35 Burst results for "Fifty Three Years"
Hairdresser linked to QAnon to be jailed for Capitol rioting
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a hairdresser linked to Q. anon will be jailed for taking part in the riot at the U. S. capitol a federal judge sentenced to Q. one on conspiracy follower to fourteen days in jail Tuesday for her actions in the January sixth storming of the U. S. capitol fifty three year old Donna sue busy pleaded guilty in July to parading demonstrating or picketing in the capitol building in passing down the sentence U. S. district judge Tanya chutkan said the sentence was for biz he's actions not her beliefs chutkan said the fact that this he subscribes to bizarre conspiracy theories that's her right over six hundred thirty people have been charged with federal crimes related to the January sixth riot the tally of guilty pleas is expected to top one hundred this week Mike Rossio Washington
Prominent South Carolina Attorney Alex Murdaugh Surrenders to Face Charges in $10M Insurance Fraud
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting South Carolina attorney Alec Murdock surrendered Thursday to face insurance fraud and other charges prominent South Carolina attorney Alec Murdock surrendered to authorities Thursday to face charges of insurance fraud conspiracy to commit insurance fraud and filing a false police report state police say Murdoch arranged to have himself shot in the head so his surviving son would get a ten million dollar life insurance payout Murdock's attorney says the fifty three year old was deeply depressed with the drug addiction that worsened in June when he discovered the bodies of his wife and son who had been fatally shot that case remains unsolved state police have six investigations into Murdoch and his family including the deaths of a housekeeper and nanny at his home in twenty eighteen hi Mike Crossey up
Militia Leader Gets 53 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a militia leader gets fifty three years in prison in a Minnesota mosque bombing Emeli clear Harry the leader of an Illinois anti government militia group was sentenced Monday to fifty three years in prison for masterminding the twenty seventeen bombing of a mosque in Bloomington Minnesota the fifty year old Harry previously known as Michael Hary recently said she is trans gender no one was hurt in the bombing but more than a dozen members of the dar al Farooq Islamic center community gave impact statements about the trauma they suffered Harry a former sheriff's deputy who led a group called the white rabbits was convicted in December on five counts hi Mike Crossey up
Do Cities Need Resilience Corps to Deal With Climate Change?
"Cities have firefighters and trash collectors as the climate breaks down. Do they also need resilience. Core by sierra new gen when hurricane ida hit new orleans in early september tanya freeman brown made the difficult decision to stay in the city the fifty-three-year-old and her family's sheltered in an old brick hotel in the downtown area watching fierce winds of up to one hundred fifty miles per hour pelt rainwater at the windows and remembering the destruction wrought by hurricane katrina sixteen years earlier to the day. It was stressful but freeman brown. Had a job to do. She says we're no match for nature. But this is what we've trained for. This is what the resilience core was built for like. Firefighters put out fires and waste collectors. Keep the city. Clean the job of the new orleans. Resilience core is to help the city be resilient to shocks. Crises and climate change launched by the city and october twenty twenty as a pilot to run for two years. The cores forty workers were mainly people who lost jobs in the hospitality industry during the pandemic. Who are now on full time contracts starting at twelve dollars an hour with a path to an eighteen dollar an hour wage freeman brown joined after losing her work as a corporate massage therapist at an insurance company. The core spent much of the last year working to support the city through kovic nineteen and get people vaccinated hurricane. Ida is the first climate disaster that the core has confronted though the sophisticated system of levees pumps and flood barriers. Built in the wake of katrina protected the city from water damage the storms high winds battered the city killing thirteen people there and toppling thousands of power lines and hundreds of substations. The lights remained off across most of new orleans for a week with at least ten percent of electric customers still without power nine days later.
Sirhan Sirhan May Soon Be Free
"Breaking news on the man who killed robert f kennedy sirhan sirhan. Could he go free. We're back with breaking developments about the man who killed robert f kennedy sirhan sirhan was recommended for parole late today after more than five. Decades in prison are stephanie. Goss has late details fifty three years ago moments after robert f. kennedy won the california primary sirhan sirhan fatally shot women l. as ambassador hotel today in a stunning decision. The parole board recommended. The gunman be released from prison. Something few had predicted house surprise. Would you be the parole board. Leads sirhan surin out on parole. I would be astonished. The parole hearing sirhan. Sixteenth drew scrutiny. Because for the first time ever know prosecutor from l. a. county attended. Da george gascons office saying in a statement. The role of a prosecutor ends at sentencing adding. If someone is the same person that committed an atrocious crime that person will correctly not be found suitable for release on the one hand. It surprising because her answer is such a notorious criminal but on the other hand there has been a trend away from locking up criminals and throwing away the key that other that recently elected gasco and told lester in may. He hopes to be transformative in his new role. My priorities are really hard. We reimagined the way that we bring security and safety and public health to our community critics. Worry the prosecutors absence from sir hans parole hearing could open the door to letting a dangerous criminal who changed the course of us history back on the streets. Sirhan is not out yet. There will be a ninety day review before the decision lands on. The governor's desk when rfk's killer could become a
The Cecil Hotel: Terror, Murder, and Death in the World's Scariest Hotel
"The great depression changed the cels neighborhood. Dramatically downtown. la once a hot spot for tourists and nightlife became a hub for newly homeless. Thousands of people flocked downtown with nowhere to live and the area. Around the sel hotel became skid row. No longer a west coast. Gatsby esque destination. The hotel became known as a hang out for drug addicts runaways and as opposed on all that interesting dot com. Put it quote criminals far from its first days as the paul of the great depression settled over the country. The seasonal became home to a growing number of suicides and unfortunate deaths. The first successful suicide on record at the seoul was in nineteen thirty one forty six year. Old w k norton was found dead in his room after having taken poison pills he was found only a few hours after he died by the made. Police found more poison capsules in his pocket. Norton had checked into the hotel is james willis from chicago but police were able to correctly. Identify him from the numerous checks. He had with them. Made out to mrs m. c. norton in manhattan beach california just about a half an hour south of la in nineteen thirty to twenty five year. Old benjamin dotage was found in his hotel room having shot himself to death. Benjamin left no note two years after that. A former sergeant in the army medical corps fifty-three-year-old. Louis de bordon slashed his own throat in his room at the hotel. He cited ill health as the reason in his suicide note. Nine hundred thirty seven. Another military veteran jumped to his death from the top of the hotel landing on a skylight below. There is maddeningly little information about these people other than how they died. Apparently the appetite for true crime wasn't quite so hardy. A hundred years ago there were so many suicides at the c. soul that by the nineteen forties. The hotel had earned the nickname the suicide
Peer Recovery Specialists With Kabir Singh
"Kabeer introduce yourself thanks. Thanks for having me on. The addicted mind today really honored to be here. So yeah that's my name is could be are saying it's funny because there was a bollywood movie that recently came out and it was titled kabeer saying and the funny thing about that is it was about a guy that turns inflict a massive hall because he loses the love of his life and fills out and people your movie. I was totally before this interview. Doing some research and totally giggle and got that. I'm like. I don't think that's the comparising i'm going to interview very. Yeah the there's also a comedian. How out your way in the west coast that could be. You're saying so there. There's a i am neither of those people. I am a person in recovery in a proud of that and with that means for me is that i haven't found it necessary to use a minor mood altering substance since may first two thousand eleven if you do the math awesome. Got ten years awesome awesome. So let's just start with with your story first and then and then we'll talk about peer recovery and how that can help people and how people can use that as a tool in recovery. But i how did it all start for you so it all started for me. I'm a garden variety. Sort of story. Here there is a fabulous theatrics to my story. They're using started around fifteen years old and introduced to alcohol and weed. The regular progression. They're not a whole lot of problems. In the household were regular family. There is no perfect family. Parents still together today married. I think this year will be fifty three years two older brothers. Yeah two older brothers that i really kept their noses in the books and and didn't require a whole lot of interaction with the parents that but i know how to when when i was a kid
Addiction and Sales, with Ian Koniak
"As part mental health awareness month were having a number of conversations with a successful people such as yourself that have been affected by issues like addiction. And so we're gonna talk about sobriety my talk about your journey to the extent you feel comfortable in and share some things that could be helpful to other people that are are listening to this might be similarly struggling so appreciate you coming back on absolutely. And that's the goal is to help people may have May be able to relate to some. They're going through. Start at the beginning. So what was your story. I mean what what happens. That's my story with addiction. Starts when i was probably twelve years old. Twelve well starts before i was born. Because like many addicts most addicts have encountered. There's a generational element to it so My father had struggled with with alcohol his whole life. He was an alcoholic and ended up getting sober a couple years before he died but he died. It was already too late. It was a lifetime of of excess for him. He was fifty three years old. Not too long. After that my cousin my first cousin passed away at forty seven years old. He was a wall street banker And was very high stress job and he he left four children and family and unfortunately all this came came pretty close to home but i never really acknowledged the fact that i had any problems. The diction in fact. I said i am not going to be like my family. I'm not going to be like my father. My cousin my brother all the males pretty much. My family struggle with us. And i i just was always a high performer in work and in sales so i thought you know what this is something that i that. I don't have a problem with what happened. Is i just kind of pushed in the closet and i kept a lot of secrets and because it never got to a point until fairly recently where it affected my family or in my work i always kind of made the mistake of thinking. I didn't have a problem. And it was only until i thought it was gonna lose my wife when i when i acknowledged it and fortunately fortunately been sober from many vices for for about fourteen months. I've been putting a lot of work for recovery. And i really do feel like a new a new man a new person but i will say. I've struggled with addiction for the bulk of my life. Since the time. I was really probably twelve years old till i got sober when i was forty one so most of my
Please Stop Me From Cheating
"Believe stopped me from cheating. This even surely i am a fifty three year old man and i have been married for going on twenty five years. My wife and i used to have an active sex life but for the past few years the magic has been happening less and less and now we do it once or twice a year. I've talked to her about it but she always seems to make up excuses. The one i hear the most is that she's not in the mood. Because i've made her mad about something or she'll say something like if you picked up your clothes off the floor sometimes then maybe i would give you some on those rare occasions. When we do have sex it has become so boring. She just lies there until it's over sometimes is so terrible. I just rushed to complete the job lately. I find myself on adult sites online looking for one night stands and hanging out at my favorite bar talking to women. I love my wife. And i think she loves me but i also like sex. I work overnight so me not coming. Home is an unusual. So far i've met up with one woman from my past and we just had an oral exchange but nothing else. I don't want to continue this behavior. But i don't think that my wife even cares anymore this lady from my past that i fooled around with wants to give me more but i'm not really into her like that. There's another lady that i work with and we've interacted a lot. I have told her about my situation and she's willing to help me out. She's single instead. There would be no expectations on her end. That's ideal for me right now. I'm praying for strength. Not to step out on my wife and i have needs and i think it's only a matter of time. Am i justified in my actions. I cheat on my wife. Please advise all right. I'm going to say this. No there is no just a chicken justification to cheat. I got it. Everybody has needs all of that. We all have needs. But i'm not going to give you an out here. I'm just
Police: Man refuses mask, stabs worker at Texas restaurant
"Authorities in Texas are searching for a man who allegedly stabbed a restaurant manager trying to enforce the restaurant's policy on wearing face coverings police of league city Texas just southeast of Houston say fifty three year old James Schultz is wanted in connection with the stabbing at a Jack in the box late Wednesday night he's accused of refusing to wear a mask at the restaurant and then stabbing the shift manager with what was believed to be a pocket knife police say the manager had three stab wounds and was taken to the hospital last week Texas governor Greg Abbott lifted statewide orders requiring people to wear face masks in public many businesses have cut their own mask rules in place on Wednesday an Oregon woman was arrested in Texas city on a warrant out of Galveston after she refused to wear a mask and a bank of America branch to re write was arrested after she entered the office depot in Texas city and refused to wear a mask there as well I'm Jennifer king
SUV in crash where 13 died came through hole in border fence
"Authorities are looking into whether human smuggling is involved after thirteen people died in the collision near the U. S. Mexico border workers in winter haven California repairing a hole in the border wall where it's suspected that an SUV involved with a deadly accident no Centro group through the border patrols el Centro sector chief told the AP that surveillance video showed a Ford expedition and a Chevrolet suburban drive to the opening on Tuesday nineteen people escape the suburban after it caught on fire after entering the US that were taken into custody by border patrol agents the overloaded expedition packed with twenty five people continued on a tractor trailer struck a short time later we have been able to identify ten people of Mexican origin where these he's the accident Maria Beltran is with the consulate of Mexico some of the families are in Mexico some of them are in the United States cheaper more Watson with the California highway patrol said the SUV had only front seats the middle and back seats have been removed there are numerous people that were ejected onto the roadway as a result of this collision the people in the vehicle ranged from fifty to fifty three years of age I'm Jennifer king
Prosecutor: Capitol rioter aimed 'to take hostages'
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting authorities continue to track down suspects in last week's riot at the U. S. capitol in the aftermath of last week's storming of the U. S. capitol by a mob of supporters of president Donald Trump FBI director Christopher Wray says authorities across the nation have arrested more than a hundred individuals for their criminal activities in last week's siege at the capitol in Arkansas Peter Francis Staiger is charged with striking a problem police officer repeatedly with the flag pole during the siege in Texas to federal prosecutors said in court Thursday that a retired Air Force officer carried a zip tie handcuffs in the capital of salt because he intended to take hostages fifty three year old retired lieutenant colonel Larry rental Brock junior was arrested Sunday Mike Rossi Washington
Keith Morrison reads Dr. Seuss How The Grinch Stole Christmas
"How the grinch stole christmas by dr seuss. Every who down in whoville light. Christmas a lot but the grinch live just north of veal did not the grinch hated christmas whole christmas season. Please don't ask why no one quite knows. The reason it could be as head wasn't screwed on just right it could be. Perhaps his shoes are too tight. But i think that the most likely reason of all may have been that. His heart was two sizes too small. Whatever the reason is hard or shoes. He stood there on christmas eve. Hating the who's staring down from his cave with a sour grinchey frown. The warm lighted windows below on the town for he knew every who down in whoville beneath was busy now hanging mistletoe wreath and they're hanging stockings. E snarled with a sneer. Tomorrow is christmas it practically here. Then he growled with his grinch figures nervously drumming. I must find some way to stop christmas from a main for tomorrow. He knew all the who girls and boys would wake brighton early. They'd rush for their toys and then whole the noise show the noise. Doi's noise noise. That's one thing. He hated the noise. Noise noise noise. Then the who's young and old would sit down to a feast. And they feast on they feast and they feast. Feast feast feast. They would feast on who pudding and rare who rose beast which was something that grinch couldn't stand in the least and then they do something he liked. Leashed all every who down in whoville. The tall and this mall would stand close together with christmas bells ringing. They'd stand hand in hand and who's would start singing. They'd sing sing sing. sing sing. Sang and the more the grinch thought of the who christmas saying the more the grinch thought. I must stop this whole thing. Why for fifty three years. I've put up with it now. I'm must stop christmas from coming. But how then he got an idea. An awful idea the grinch gonna wonderful off idea. I know just what to do. The grinch laughed in his throat and he made a quick santa claus hat and a coat and he chuckled and clucked. What a great grinchey trick with this code in this hat. I'll look just like saint. Nick all i need a reindeer. The grinch looked around but since reindeer are scarce there were none to be found. Did that stop the old grinch. No the grinch simply said if. I can't find a reindeer make quan instead. So he called his dog max then. He took some red thread and he tied bighorn on the top of his head. Then he loaded some bags and symbols empty sacks on a ramshackle sleigh and he hitched up old. Max then the grinch said got up and the slaves started down toward the homes. Where the who's they snooze in their town all their windows were dark quiet. Snow filled the air. And the who's were all dreaming sweet dreams without care when it came to the little house on the square. This is stop number one. The old grinchey clause est any climbed to the roof. Empty bags his fist then. He slid down the chimney around tight pinch but if santa could do it then socal the grinch he got stuck only once for a moment or two then. He stuck his head out of the fireplace flu where the little who stockings all hung in a row. These stockings grin are the first things to go. Then he slithered and slunk with a smile most unpleasant around the whole route and he took every president. Pop guns bicycles roller-skates drums checkerboards tricycles popcorn plums. And he stuffed them in day than the grinch buried nibley stuff dole the bags one by one then. He slumped to the ice box. He took the who feast. He took a who pudding. He took the roast beast. He cleaned out the icebox. Quick flash way the grinch even took the last can of who hash
Nikki Haley says her sister-in-law died of COVID-19
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Nikki Haley says her sister in law died of cold in nineteen former U. N. ambassador Nikki Haley says her sister in law has died after contracting the corona virus in a tweet Tuesday evening Haley wrote that Rhonda Lee Nelson the sister of her husband Michael passed away before thanksgiving of cove it according to an online obituary the fifty three year old Nelson lived in west Milton Ohio AV resigned as governor of South Carolina in January twenty seventeen after being selected by president Donald Trump to be the U. S. ambassador to the United Nations she served at the U. N. until December twenty eighteen hi Mike Rossio
Political Ad Nauseam
"As much as campaigns want to keep spending secret federal law actually requires TV stations around the country to disclose all the political ads, the campaigns by and those TV ads account for something in the ballpark of sixty percent of campaign ads. Spending a lot of the rest is stuff like Google and facebook ads at those companies actually don't have to disclose as much information about the ads. So today we're going to focus on. TV. Spending the majority of the spending. So think of the United States as a giant game board to campaigns walk around the board they put some of their ad money down this part. Of the country a little bit more over here, and the way they put that money down tells us what places they think are most important for winning the election. If you're looking just at the state level, the bronze medal goes to Wisconsin Sixty, four, million dollars, worth of TV ads they're not surprising. Wisconsin was one of those states that trump flipped from the democratic column back in Two Thousand Sixteen Silver Medal Pennsylvania with one hundred, seven, million dollars worth of TV ads also not surprising Purple State with twenty electoral votes and in first place with one. Hundred thirty, three, million dollars America's favorite election meltdown waiting. Oh Florida, my beloved Florida. Now, this is just are beginning calculation. We're going to dig in more, but there are lessons to learn just looking at the big picture the big campaign game board. Yes. So so take Florida this is not a monolithic place. You're going to have super republican areas like the panhandle and then big democratic areas around places like Miami and you might imagine that the most. Cost effective thing is for the Republicans to completely pull out of the democratic strongholds and vice versa. But in fact, neither political party is doing that the whole state is getting bombarded with ads from both sides Daniel. Butterfield. From the Super PAC PRIORITIES USA she says it can start to turn into something like an arms race. So when you see your opponent spending money in a market, it really raises The question of should I be spending money there to to keep up area competitive and if you want to understand why political spending just keeps going up, it's at least partly because of his arms race if your opponents bins more in, Tampa you have to spend more in Tampa which in turn makes the cost of ads in. Tampa that much more expensive. Next thing you know you blue one. Hundred thirty, three, million dollars in Florida. Danielle says, the arms race thing is not just irrational fear. There's a real electoral cost to waving the white flag in a particular area. If you're in an ad market and your opponent clears out, that is great news for you. You have the airwaves to yourself. Your advertising goes a lot further in terms of impact than if you have to opponents that are. Driving opposite messages is there like a particular tipping point to that that sort of campaign folks like you gotTa. Spend the twenty percent otherwise. Like what counts as as not being drowned out. Good? Yeah. There is actually a lot of areas some data behind like what is the particular percentage that is required? It's I'd say that's probably more of a secret sauce that I wouldn't necessarily WanNa name on this podcast for you know that numbers, you're just tell me. I I. Know. Roughly what percentage I think is useful is, is it twenty three percent? You got it. But okay. So fine lots of money being spent in Florida but this is not a very specific answer to our question who is the most expensive voter we want to be more granular, which is why we got her hands on a more precise data set. Thank you advertising analytics. This data set is GonNa let zoom in on every single television market in the entire country. So for example, we know that forty million dollars has been spent in the Orlando Daytona. Beach Melbourne market. Compare that to the grand rapids, Kalamazoo Battle Creek Michigan market where it's twelve million dollars and sure there's more people in Orlando but still, how are the campaigns arriving at exactly forty million and exactly twelve million to help answer that we brought in some help Michael Beach. CEO. Crushing Media Michael Runs an advertising analytics company now, but he has worked in the past for the presidential campaigns of George W Bush John McCain Mitt Romney, and the reason we wanted to talk to Michael is his whole job. is to figure out where companies or sometimes political campaigns should place millions of dollars. Worth of ads Michael has all this fancy proprietary software. If you're an advertiser, he can tell you whether you should be focusing your ads on like Republicans, with Minivans are Democrats ride motorcycles or neither. He's got all these different attributes in his computer thousands of attributes for. Anything from certain partisanship to likelihood to buy a Ford truck into those do those specific categories correlate. Yes and no it like it's pretty geographic if you're looking at northeast, Ohio or you're you know. You're in Alabama in the Senate race. that. Wouldn't be a probably a good signal. Reich is like. As owner everyone drive structure. Now, the reason we went to Michael is because we thought it might be interesting to look at how many dollars were being spent on any given swing voter swing voters in theory are people who might be influenced by a political ad. The problem is it is very hard to pin down exactly how many of these people are out there but Michael Software can at least take a stab at it what is GonNa do is go through all these data sets to first identify how many likely voters there are in a particular TV market and then identify which of those has even the tiniest probability of changing their vote and a lot of this calculation is just sifting out the diehards. If you are somebody who voted in the last five, Democratic primaries were every year you donate to the R. N. C. You are out. But maybe your party affiliation switched a couple of times. Maybe you're a first time voter that may put you in this bucket the basically using generic party model and generic it's party not not candidate. Driven in other words, we're estimating voters chances to swing between Democrat and Republican as opposed to trump and biden specifically. But there's still does give us a way to compare across TV markets and when you re ranked the country based on dollars spent per swing voter the markets are not in Florida. In fact, the top five ad markets are all in Pennsylvania and number one on that list where campaigns are spending around ninety dollars per likely swing voter. Is My home television market the region in western Pennsylvania in and around Erie Pennsylvania. Okay. So Kenny you grew up there like what is it? What is the what are we talking about just to be clear I grew up in Meadville which is south of Erie, but it's in the market and like yeah, this is a region with a lot of manufacturing jobs these jobs have been leaving. It's predominantly white its having the. Same kind of brain drain problem that a lot of the other parts of the so-called rust belt are having. But look like I don't know anything about who a potential swing voter would be in the Erie television market. This is why we have Michael's fancy software. It can help us understand who that is. What can we know about the Eerie Market area? How does it compare to the rest of the country? Like who's there? It opened up my magic machine here. Michael Punches Eerie plugs in a few numbers so it's running. Then he opens up a tab that lets us compare the Erie population as a whole to just the likely swing voters. So now I look at in. Eerie. For instance, the average adult is fifty three years old if you just take the whole population in the market. Target, audience if you said. swing likely to turn out is forty seven other words. Michael's machine is telling us that the average swing voter is is six years younger than the average, their forty, seven years old, and the other incredible thing about Michael's machine is that it's also able to spit out this whole media plan for how to reach those people. The machine can name the single TV show watched by the most swing voters. Each week that show in the Eerie area is the OT on Fox football shows or wrap up of the day's games. That'd be fair. that is one of the most watched shows in the entire country. But the numbers do show that in terms of efficiency like sports would be a pretty good way to get your ad in front of a decent chunk of swing voters in Erie Pennsylvania Espn you can reach sixty percent on eerie and a week. Again, this target in this market if the secret to understanding what the campaigns are thinking is to learn where the most money is being spent per swing voter. That place
Court papers: Woman wrote 'give up' in ricin note to Trump
"Hi Mike Crossey reporting court papers say a package sent to the White House that allegedly contained ricin also included a note to the president according to court papers a Canadian woman accused of mailing a package containing ricin to the White House included a threatening letter in the package an FBI affidavit states the letter told president Donald Trump to give up and remove your application for this election fifty three year old US Gulf area of Quebec was arrested Sunday at the U. S. Canada border she made her first court appearance Tuesday in federal court in buffalo New York were U. S. magistrate judge entered a not guilty plea on her behalf the package never made it to the White House it was intercepted at a mail sorting facility it Friday Mike Rossio Washington
Elizabeth Wetmore: Valentine
"Today. I'm very pleased and excited. My favorite thing on bookworm is when I'm talking to a first novelist. And it someone whose work I have not previously known my guest on the show today is a booth wet more Beth wet more. Her book is called Valentine. It's published by Harper and it's novel. Beth. Wet more is fifty three years old and this is her first. Book, she's published many short stories in many of the best literary journals, the Kenyon, Review Colorado Review but this is her first time in hardcover. Tell me Beth what feel nights is finally see the book in hardcover. Well. It's all been a little unreal honestly. I worked on the book for a long time and I was ready to have the editor sort of wrestle out of my hands. Honestly I think if if she hadn't wrestled it out of my hands, I'd probably still be tinkering with it to tell you the truth and even now I occasionally spot a sentence or a paragraph that I think, Oh, I'd like to have a do over on that. But on the whole, it's been wonderful and surprising to me I think I. Expected The book to come out very quietly and and so it's been. Marvelous to see how many people have reacted to it in such a positive way and how meaningful it's been to some people. Yes the book has made its debut as number two when it came out on the New York Times bestseller list and it's set where Beth was born in West Texas in Odessa. Now, if you're me, you think Odessa that's near where my family come from in Russia this is Odessa in. West Texas how does it get its name? Well it depends on who you ask You know the they're part of Texas was settled pretty late in the early eighteen eighty s and depending on on what piece of local you believe it was it was named Odessa in part because of the sort of grasslands that that people said resembled the Odessa in Ukraine. And and and that's really been the most sort of certain story I've heard. No was Texas. is known for its. Economy. I'm sure most of my listeners will know this but what is an oil patch? Well. Odessa is in the Permian Basin which is about eighty, six, thousand square miles inside. So and and of course, West Texas and. is is even more vast right than the Permian basin and it's an oil and natural gas rich region of the country I read recently actually that actually until the until the pandemic, it was on pace to outpace Saudi Arabia for the biggest production in world in the next five years That's slow down and been derailed a little bit by the pandemic of course but it's so an oil patches you know a a part of the world where that is the single economy oil and natural gas. It's not a particularly pretty place in the world at least not by most people's standards I think it's beautiful. There's no other way to make a living out there other than working oil and natural gas and Odessa where I grew up on differs slightly from it sort of sister city, of Midland, which is about twenty three miles away in the sense that Odessa's a very working class town most of the people who live and work in Odessa do the. Blue collar work of the oil patch. So they work is the roughnecks and pipe lawler's and fitters and water haulers and That's still even today a pretty male dominated industry women in that part of the world tend to work in support roles as bartenders and waitresses preschool teachers, teachers, that sort of thing So that's where I grew up.
Hospitals Struggle to Contain Covid-19 Spread Inside Their Walls
"As the coronavirus continues its spread throughout the country, some hospitals are also struggling to contain the spread inside its walls. Well. It's only a small number of overall cases US medical centers have reported over five thousand cases of patients, catching coronavirus after being admitted there for other conditions, and that number does not include the case of medical staff that have caught the virus at work. Melanie Evans Hospital reporter at the Wall Street. Journal joins us for more on how hospitals try to protect both staff and patients from infection. Thanks for joining US Melanie. Thanks for having me wanted to talk about an interesting facet of this whole corona virus thing and how it plays out in hospitals. Obviously, people are going to hospitals to get the treatment they need. Sometimes they're spending long stays there and the hospital staff. Obviously, has to work with. With them. They have to work with regular patients as well. It can be a very difficult thing and right now. We're seeing that US. Medical centers have reported over five thousand cases of patients that caught cove in nineteen after being admitted to the hospital for other conditions I think that's that was just patients, but there's also a lot of a hospital staffers that are also catching it there from work as well. Melanie a little bit more about, please. Hospitals even outside of a pandemic. Go to some pretty extraordinary lengths to prevent infections from spreading inside the hospital itself. So you've got doctors nurses taking care of patients. Some of them have a contagious disease. You can think of measles you could think of to burke yellow says and so hospitals have all of these various strategies for trying to ensure that contagious patients don't infect hospital workers, and that the disease whatever it may be doesn't spread, and you don't get a outbreak. Hospitals began to try to adapt the way they operate in order to prevent the virus from spreading internally. What we found was that there was a pretty inconsistent approach across hospitals as the pandemic hit the United States, and so as you as you noted, hospitals are starting to report what they consider to be hospital onset cases so patients who've been exposed and contracted or respected to have contracted covid nineteen while inside of the hospital. There isn't good data for exposure of hospital staff. and. It's interesting I mean one of the things that kind of hinders. This is the reporting structure that they use to be certain that an infection occurred in a hospital. You know the federal government doesn't ask them to report everything. It's Somebody's gotta be there for at least two weeks and catch the virus there before the reported has an infection. You got there at the hospital, so there's a possibility of a bunch of other people that could have gotten it before that to expand their one of the hospitals that you. You focused on for your piece was the University of Illinois Hospital in Chicago as you were mentioning? Hospitals are trying to prevent the spread of this thing as much as they could, but even still it got through, and by mid June more than two hundred sixty nurses, clerical staff custodians texts had contracted the virus there four staff members died, so even still it's it's just tough to contain all this. The Standard, the threshold for reporting a case of a patient contracting covid nineteen inside the hospital is pretty high. It's also voluntary. So for those reasons, the infectious disease experts we talked to said the number is likely higher, so we've got about five thousand cases since May fourteen that excludes anything that occurred prior to that since May. Fourteenth there have been roughly. Five thousand cases reported voluntarily by hospitals that met as very high threshold, and to your point we looked at one specific hospital that struggled with these protocols for keeping patients and staff separate, and when we interviewed staff and the head of infection control. What we were told was. It is likely that the virus spread internally that they were investigating, but they declined to share with us. The results of their investigation, citing privacy for employees have died Joyce Hacker Bus Leblanc. She's fifty three year old nurse, Juan Martinez and. Room technician who worked on the third floor, Maria Lopez a nurse, who on the third, floor operating unit. And then FLA botanist Edward Starling. He's sixty years old and he died on June seventeenth. You know speaking to what you're saying about. Some of these protocols they isolate infected patients. The buildings are engineered to help reduce the viral spread. A lot of people talk about these negative pressure rooms, which kind of sucked the air out so the virus staying there, but then there's other research that shows that there's been a particles of the virus kind of hallways outside of those rooms, so it's a very difficult thing to. To contain and be clear these numbers that we're talking about these over five thousand cases, these are a very small fraction of the overall number of cases, but you know it's hard to for a lot of people to feel comfortable there. If certain things like these are happening you know, it just complicates everything. contact tracing is difficult in the hospitals especially at the University of Illinois Hospital that we're talking about at one point, there were so many people are getting sick and was the contact tracing their. They continue to work to boost their infection control practices. As we reported this story, we talked to hospitals across the United States over several weeks and the course of that reporting. hustles described the ways enrich their protocols, and their efforts were changing so early in the pandemic testing was limited. There was no requirement that everybody wear a mask. Now taking is more widespread and hospitals have policies that require universal masking patients and staff are being asked to wear masts to help slow the spread of the virus hospitals in the course of the pandemic raced to reengineer their ventilation systems and add negative pressure rooms, so yes, it is sort of involving response by US hospitals in order to try to contain any possible outbreaks. Hopefully as we continue to get through this, the hospitals can learn to manage it as best they
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"It was a very scary situation for all of us and it really is only by the grace of god that we do not have a tragedy here and I again urge elected officials across this great country to farm up around the law do not allow lawlessness and give added that the route when it is happening that is what we're doing here in the city of Cincinnati so we we believe in the free speech sure but we're not going to allow people to burn our city to the ground and then a day or two ago the federal protective service officer killed in Oakland was identified federal law enforcement officer in California was shot and murdered at the U. S. courthouse in Oakland during a protest for the George Floyd I turned violent his name is fifty three year old Patrick Underwood ironically he's an African American is only loved him dearly and now what happened is a shooting occurred on Friday night after vehicle pulled up in front of the Ronald V. Dellums federal building about nine forty five PM a person opened fire a two contract security officers who work from homeland security federal protective service Underwood was killed immediately second officer was wounded remains in critical condition identity and not yet been released quote when someone targets a police officer or a police station with intention to do harm and intimidate that this is an act of domestic terrorism said deputy undersecretary Ken Cuccinelli spin on with my show several times and so as we go through this I cannot imagine what a Fred Shuttlesworth or what John Lewis I want to M. L. king senior or junior would have said about the hijacking of the civil rights movement to benefit others causes that have nothing to do with the death of Georgia Floyd on Monday and and to think that this guy was simply at work do his job somebody pulls up pulls out a handgun and kills Patrick under what it should a close range then shoots as partner in critical condition because they were protesting the killing of George Floyd and they were protest anything those are murderers we should be treated as such and it's sad that is what we remember George Floyd let's also remember Patrick Underwood fifty three years old who died in the line of duty I extend my deepest condolences to officer Underwood and his entire family Preciado his service to our country and we have about a minute remaining Christopher Smitherman device merit Cincinnati the KBS preparation execution but the police itself the institution must be led and trained and educated in the proper way then once things occur there's planning that takes place and tonight in Cincinnati there's been over a hundred people arrested and put on metro buses taken in Albany County justice center more to come and you draw the line saying this or what you can do the curfew began about nine o'clock tonight about two hours ago and if you're on the street you're given several opportunities get off the streets the curfew and if not they put the handcuffs on put him in jail and away they go that's it that's it and you also have the elected officials at a minimum for officers who are putting their lives on the line every single day is to support them you cannot have a police department unsupported by the elected officials that doesn't work and scopes a part part of the problem that you're seeing in other cities across this country is they do not have elected officials that are supporting there are those police officers that are out there doing this very very tough job it doesn't work without that support of the elected officials very important vice mayor Smitherman thank you very much for coming on the bill Cunningham shot and I kind of wish to what rest of America behave like the city government and Cincinnati thank you and please people can follow me at vote some other men on Twitter thankfully for Mr thank you very much and god speed thank you that's the way to properly run things right there let's continue with more of a line becomes available which it never does eight six six six four seven seven three three seven bill Cunningham the great American with.
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"That my fifty three years on earth the change and twenty five percent of the world's population dying in Asia has put everything at a different level of different with the same view under the microscope China is now buying as much beef from Brazil and all straight as they possibly can Australia has been an importer beef to the United States for the lien trims to make our ground beef for for quite some time that subject to change Brazil continues to be high level of scrutiny because of JBS swept the presence in the United States I think there's plenty of problems with the consolidation in the packing sector protecting the beef business pork is a little better off because there's been expansion in infrastructure and that's coming from a diverse group of people that have come forth but I chased down some of the facts about JBS and they're not exactly what they appear to be and I know that even fox news has gotten this wrong the truth of the matter is that in less people involved in agriculture they just don't seem to grasp the facts to share them with the public I'll try to do that I'm involved in I'm not sure I can actually pull it off but I'll try first don't remind you about our beef a program it is the certified Piedmontese program now that is a Nebraska program because the cattle or just down the road about forty miles from broken bow that's were long creek cattle company and their cattle operation is based give more details about how you might be a part of the certified Piedmontese program by going to the website long creek cattle co dot com you want U. S. born bred and raised get into a branded beef the program that is the best approach so I she's been down some of these facts Brazil does not currently import fresh beef or frozen beef only cooked beef from Brazil to the United States the only time Brazil actually get import beef to us was during the Obama administration and then we found the what they call rotten beef which in fact when you trace that down it was lesions from poor administering of vaccinations in the needles which are be fault insurance program has fixed I'm just going to make this statement and I'm gonna expand upon it and the days to come it's time for the mandatory beef check off to end yes I did say that I have been a long proponent of the research and development in the marketing of beef but I think there's enough of discontent in the country it should be the producers it will there I don't think we even need a referendum I think that the administrators of this program cattlemen's beef board and national cattlemen's beef association should just say you know what USDA it's time for this to be over we've already have a court ruling that said this is government speech is not the producer speech this time the producer right the ship you still.
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"And is in tact he's intact is sexual life works is your inner life force and he's happy to a mother and son two members of the family in remission doing well with treatment here at thirteen eighty four Broadway where we see thousands of patients literally thousands of patients from all over the world with common cancers and rare cancers primary cancers and metastatic cancers this is the work that we do I don't know what a man is fifty three years old he's was born in New York state pretty now resides in the Baltimore Errol Maryland area he's fifty three years old he's tourney's merit is five children this three kids in college and he was fine he was having kidney stones and blood in the year and it was of seed by urologist and then over the years he had blood in the stool is from the have a pilot for the winners worked up he was found to have a liver cancer totally unrelated to those symptoms of the add on related to the kidney issues in the blood he had a kidney care who liver cancer small cell liver cancer and has worked up for one of the biggest hospitals in America and also an adjacent hospital all in the Maryland area and with the from the small cell cancer of the liver of the stage them up they found this cancer and they started among chemotherapy restarted chemotherapy the game carboplatin the top of sciences platinum every real therapy and well once it started during chemotherapy had one shot of chemotherapy and his liver started failing in the cancer camp on growing now this is a cancer small so cancels usually very very sensitive to chemotherapy he was seen as biggest hospitals in America in one shot of chemo is a fifty three year old man he's got three children in the college she desperately wants to live I met with him I met with his wife he said from the chemo and from the disease of blood laws diarrhea and this is very very weak is swelling of his legs in the exam and then my front a massive swelling of his cancer all from the small cell cancer of the liver and we have experience over decades treating cancers of liver both primary cancers as well as metastatic cancers and this is the work we do we offer to all the options to try to get this cancer resolved he is so much wanting to live and be successfully treated and they had chemo just to work and this is a disease that we commonly treated often have excellent results were first in America with liver radiosurgery research is non invasive treatment pinpoint non invasive treatment with invisible beams from thousands of goes to attack cancers most anywhere in the body with so the head or the face or throat or the longs for the breast or pancreas or liver bladder prostate this is the work we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway even if a person's of the biggest places in America even if their treatment failed even if they have no more ideas and even if they sent him home to die and that all happened to this man he's here because he wants to live and get better this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway sector leader mullah from more information your call is even now because two one two choices our phone number is two one two two four six forty two thirty seven two one two two.
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"Is a fifty three year old black man I said it because he has prostate cancer we know the black community one in six Black River will get prostate cancer wanted twenty three will die of prostate cancer sourcing is a warning sign. for every man really black white yellow every man please get checked out please no one is immune from prostate cancer please get checked up he was diagnosed ten years ago with prostate cancer any works of this hospital super pooper big hospitals and he sees how matter laid up after prostate surgery he just refused to have treatment he never had treatment for about eight years had a high PSA is PSA was going up up up. good from nine eleven to sixteen wow. yeah the Gleason seven cancers or more aggressive cancer and examined him. but he refused to have a rectal exam he just did not want to have that but he wanted treatment and we offered him treatment we try to honor patients request as best as we can. we stayed up with MRI another testing done and we had a high risk cancer it a Gleason seven leases how aggressive the cancers under the microscope his PSA was fifteen point seven eight and he chose her treatment and we treated them almost two years ago and I saw him yesterday and he told me. how he's feeling and he says he feels like spider man. he's in remission is cancer free and he's feeling like spider man and this is the work we do and I suspect if he had open surgery robotic surgery or radical surge of the prostate he would not be feeling like spider man because most men have terrible consequences to their sexual life and urinary life and if you look at the results from surgery for a high risk cancer PSA fifteen please seven you will see that most men have recurrence of the cancer was surgery most men have damage to the sexual life with surgery most men have damage to the urinary life with surgery so why is this man fearing like spider man because he came here. he's in remission doing well he's pleased about that this is the word that we do every day thirteen before Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City wow oh wow oh wow this is what we do every day. and we'll talk about a fifty five year old. woman she's born in Haiti she's marriages for children. she has recurrent breast cancer. she was diagnosed with breast cancer several years ago had chemotherapy. then she stopped treatment for breast cancer than last year she had a mastectomy. she lost her left breast for treatment one of the big hospitals we talk about all the time so often surgeries done at the big hospitals. and she was seen by her doctors didn't tolerate Q. mole had the mastectomy and now the cancers back. whoa the cancers back she has pain chest pain or excel her weight is gone from a hundred and forty five to a hundred and ten pounds losing thirty five pounds. so over a couple years she has some chemo which is like she had surgery lost her breasts were should devote like after the. mastectomy there should be more treatment well she was so upset about the mastectomy should just canceled everything. and now she has recurrent cancer I examined her number she had a left mastectomy she lost her left breast. but just because mastectomy doesn't the tell you the cancer is never going to come back in fact I examined her should multiple modules of cancer over the left chest wall right where she had the mastectomy. should not Jules raised Jules read Jules thick and Nigel's throughout the area where her breast once was. whoa. her right breast was fine she has recurrent breast cancer we got the pathology new pathology we re staged or and we're offering treatment to try to get her in remission this is the work that we do every day for new cancers recurrent cancers for people with new cancers that recurring cancers are we try to communicate better so that the patient doesn't get lost. this version of the few cycles of chemo ahead of that got lost showed up again had a mastectomy. lost never completed or therapy and that was here asking us to do the right thing and that's what we do for everyone is to try to do the right thing every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway for new cancers or recurrent cancers I would like about a man who weighs spoke to him weeks ago on a Sunday. weeks ago he called the during a radio show and told me about his prostate cancer the Gleason a prostate cancer fourteen of fourteen cores for positive he's a sixty year old man he's divorced you came with his girlfriend. years ago he was given testosterone is PSA was six had a biopsy the prostate years ago was said to be negative they had a repeat biopsy the prostate showing fourteen of fourteen quarters positive usually when a biopsies to the prestigious moldable little needles echoed to the prostate this man had fourteen all fourteen showed Gleason eight cancer is a very high risk cancer because the Gleason scores so high in so many cores are positive for PSA was hired five point five. he was worked up and he shopped around it is a brother we shopped around any chose our treatment because you saw our data for Gleason a cancer I do like the idea of avoiding radical surgery for if you like the idea of new technology like the idea of proven technology he liked the idea of communication is a big communicator and we just finished the treatment on this man and he's doing great he's with his girlfriend Indians amber Tory and functional and fully intact and tolerating his treatment and.
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"To her husband Steve for fifty three years Cokie was the mother of two and grandmother of six Karen Travers ABC news Washington metro police say they have no suspects in a deadly shooting that happened outside an east end apartment building last night the scene was on charter oaks drive off chamberlain lane when officers arrived they did locate a blackmail the man shot multiple times he received fatal injuries and was pronounced dead on the scene police spokesman Dwight Mitchell says there are no suspects in that shooting a Louisville police officer was injured during a pursuit last night's will Clark has details on that during the pursuit of a stolen car and Ellen PD officer was heading north on Preston street trying to make a left turn on the hill street that's when he didn't quite make the turn and hit a concrete. support beam for a pedestrian overpass at that intersection the stolen car also hit an unmarked Ellen PT cruiser the officer involved taking university of local hospital by another officer sustaining minor injuries will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS the Pentagon is confirming that a green beret was killed in action in Afghanistan officials identified the slain officers sergeant first class Jeremy Griffin of Tennessee serving his second tour in Afghanistan a fifteen year army veteran yep Pentagon says the forty year old Griffin will be awarded the bronze star medal and the Purple Heart after he was killed by a small arms fire in Afghanistan General Motors and the United automobile workers union are holding board discussions today is a nationwide strike enters a second day GM says its latest offer to the union includes higher wages lump sum increases improve profit sharing and an eight thousand dollar ratification payment GM also reportedly proposing a new union represented electric vehicle battery plant at its now shuttered plant in Lordstown Ohio and in all electric truck facility at the closing Detroit Hamtramck plant but union member Stephanie carpenter says there's still a lot lacking you haven't touched.
"fifty three years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Brady is nine hundred fifty three years old and he's gonna start his eighty seven season in the NFL telecasts ninety three W. I. B. C. good morning so good to be with you the shooting in Pittsburgh the synagogue there are the murder of eleven people federal authorities gonna move forward on seeking the death penalty against the the shooter there the forty six year old government saying their justification is the allegations of substantial planning and premeditation the vulnerability and the number of victims and they're saying a motivation of religious hostility you mean if it wasn't religious it would wouldn't still I just can't stand the hate crime stuff I don't mind this guy I don't mind this guy in this case in a provable case getting the death penalty I am mines the idea that somehow eleven people been murdered someplace else and if if they weren't just it would be somehow less that is not diminishing what he has done here I don't know if people are some people don't want to grasp back as what what what can I say but I'm not not surprised by this that they're going down this road that they're going to move in this direction now a bit of a Grammy stuff going on so in the last hour of the morning show rob Kendall will take over I am scheduled to do an interview with the secretary of state my contact in order to do that I have to get out of here I have to be there due to their systems I don't know I don't I just go where I'm told the guy Ralph is filling in on the mid day I hopefully will have the one on one with the secretary of state Mike Pompeii now if there was a question you want me to ask the secretary of state what would it be I've got a couple I want to know about this whole thing at the G. seven with the Iranians because the pharmacy serves reeve showed up as a what are you doing here and then the rumor was was that my grown invited them in the United States like what are you doing even Nikki Haley is sending out tweets what is this kind of disrespect then it was I on the ground like I didn't invite him but I do want to work out some kind of peace between the US and Iran next you know trouble like a I knew he was common sure we might have a conversation that it was a very peculiar of all the things that the media wants to point to as we kill your over seventy two hours that was it it had absolutely nothing to do with whether or not trump was causing problems that's the that's the media apparatchiks at play not the reality of what we saw from the G. seven and of course these meetings do you have massive national security implications and we're gonna get into that with the secretary of state with you got a question think I should ask Twitter act turning cats let me know what questions you think I should ask the secretary of state and I will do that or at least I'll try my very best Tony cats at ninety three W. IBC good morning Rodney Amanda heard if you got a question I should ask them awesome they'll answer your real estate questions all.
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"One thousand eighty okay okay XXY FM ninety six point one Oklahoma City news in Canadian county there's been a fatal accident at a job site on US highway two seventy west of cal you met two workers were installing some type of metal structure along the highway when the structure fell one worker was killed the other taken to the hospital in critical condition we'll continue to get updates and more breaking news and Oklahoma county judge today upheld a state law which bans a certain type of second trimester abortion procedure the law has been on hold since twenty fifteen today judge Cindy trong denied a request by the New York based center for reproductive rights to permanently strike down the law the global cord becomes the first court in the country to uphold a ban on the procedure known as dilation and extraction that involves dilating a woman's cervix and removing the fetus in pieces Bartlesville police called to an alley near southeast Adams Boulevard and south Shawnee Avenue this morning they found a man with a gunshot wound was taken to the hospital where he died witnesses say a suspect fled the scene in a newer model white Chevrolet pickup truck it was a triple shooting last night at a home in San springs two people were killed here's Brian gam but also county sheriff's office spokeswoman says the shooting was reported by a neighbor who found a woman bleeding in the front yard next door spokeswoman case zero Bucks as officers found two men dead and bullet holes everywhere robot says the three knew each other and that it was some sort of domestic situation and in a wax plane from Tinker Air Force base it made an emergency landing last night in the Lincoln Nebraska fairly they had an engine fire the fire was put out within fifteen minutes six people on board the plane they all escape safely hi Meghan bishop at another news of former Midwest city post office clerks been convicted of embezzlement of postal funds putting the prosecutors when customers bought stay Ms with cash fifty three year old James Barnes of Norman would keep the money.
"fifty three years" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Tyndall faces fifty three years in prison corporate carson k._f._i. news city leaders in l._a. say a proposal requiring citizenship for housing vouchers amounts to torture the feds are looking to require that all family members in subsidized housing have u._s. citizenship it is nothing short of state-sponsored terrorism and here in los angeles we say hell no to that councilman mike bond and says that rule would make the city's homeless crisis worse if this policy is implemented eleven thousand more people will be on the streets in los angeles that cannot that cannot stand at city hall andrew mollenbeck k._f._i. news members in l. a. or looking for outside help to deal with the homeless crisis counseling and mitchell farrell's state leaders should cough up more than a billion dollars from the surplus we need the state to get into the act as never before in our local delegation in the assembly and the senate needs to support los angeles city has more than thirty six thousand homeless people that's an increase of sixteen percent in last year rain has washed away beach quality in southern california you'll debases more rain this winter created more runoff teeming with bacteria believed that no one should get sick from day at the beach which is why c o shelley liu says her group releases the beach report card even in off year liu says ninety four percent of beaches in the state earned an air or during the summer that means about forty five beaches throughout our state are not safe for swimming even when the sun is shining and five beaches in southern california landed on the beach bomber list of the ten worst stretches of sand in the state in santa monica chris ancarlo k._f._i. news the senate has approved by partisan legislation to provide nearly five billion dollars to care for the thousands of migrants coming over the u._s. mexico border the house has already passed similar bill that one has more limits on how the trump administration can use the money congressional leaders say they helped to send president trump compromise measure before lawmakers leave town for the july fourth recess the wife of dog the bounty hunter has died beth chapman starred with her husband on three reality shows too about the family business the other was about chapman's longtime battle with cancer she went into a hospital in hawaii over the weekend because she was having trouble breathing she was then put into a medically induced coma chapman was fifty one from.
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"Com and use promo code WABC today. The accused shooter of baseball legend. David Ortiz, gave an interview with reporters from his jail cell. He admitted he was a hitman but said David Ortiz was not his target. Correspondent Patrick Ofman reports from the Dominican Republic it that it is just the opposite of what law enforcement has been saying. This story this suspect is making up because he's facing very terrible. Very frightening reprisals in prison. Dominican prisons are full of people or big David Ortiz fans and that he says the spokesman that it would be impossible for any Dominican to mistake. David Ortiz for anyone else. They all know exactly. Who he is? He's one most recognizable figures in this country. Prosecutors have charged nine people a tenth suspect on the run a motive unclear or TS is recovering in Boston. New York City woman, the latest to die in the Dominican Republic. There's been a half dozen suspicious deaths. Now Leyla Cox died Monday. She's from Staten Island, the reason given was a heart attack, but our son William Cox says his Fifty-three-year-old mother was healthy. You see all these red flags come up, and, you know, all these people dying. And then when it happens to you yourself and you see all the misdirection I've been dealing with. I mean I'm not I'm not suspicious. I'm certain the FBI has joined into that investigation a four alarm fire which burned through three homes in the Midwood section of Brooklyn this week, hurting thirteen people has now been ruled a case of arson. Authorities say surveillance video shows somebody setting fire at the home of Rabbi Jonathan marks working smoke. Detectors saved lives. Cbs.
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"And the only reason you would need to take care of the Down's child both of you died right someday that will occur. But I mean if both of you early. Okay. Like if you've done your forties, or fifties, something like that both of you, and let's say in that case that you had a paid for house. It was worth three hundred thousand seven hundred thousand mutual funds in your retirement accounts in, you dot fifty three years old, and you didn't have any term life insurance and the other children were growing gone. Woes a million dollars assets. There. Paid for house. Funds just laid out if that were left in trust to trust. Eat a manage, it would create plenty of income to take care of your child with downs. And if you want to even leave some of the other children, you could. But of course, the first goal is to have enough money in the nest egg, that the income off of it will end perpetuation care for the child with downs. If you have that, then you don't have a need for term insurance until you have that give any life insurance. It's very little different about that answer the answer, a family without the same issues. Still have to take care of your family this behind the mouse. If you have enough money to do that, then, you know longer need insurance. That's become self insured with financial planning debt-reduction, and wealth-building. What you're looking for. This is the Dave Ramsey show. Let me tell you a story about two families that are very much alike in a lot of ways both families have two working parents. In a couple of young kids each has a struggle to make ends meet, but they're starting to make headway with their budgets and smarter decisions with money. They have dreams and plans and the only real difference, is that one family has the right amount of.
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"And complain about having to mow the lawn again, good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance. Which of course, we'll go right into the lawn. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers discount not available in all stages situations. Talk radio five sixty. Qasem Facebook at five sixty and stay up to date on the latest events. Talk radio five, sixty key. From Washington to Wall Street. America's First News with that. Ray is. Good Tuesday morning. America's First News continues on this fourteenth day of may six minutes past the hour and Montana. Governor Steve Bullock says he's seeking the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination. New this hour the Fifty-three-year-old becoming third governor in a race. With almost two dozen candidates. But Bullock is the only statewide elected official to win a state that President Trump carried in twenty-six teen that's a key part of his argument telling voters he's succeeded as a democrat in state that leans solidly Republican making him ideal. Take on Trump now Bullock pushed expanded Medicaid insurance in Montana through a Republican led legislature and expanded LGBTQ rights by executive order. He's also vetoed gun bills and abortion restrictions pushed by Republican lawmakers. Meanwhile, Joe Biden says he'd be open to breaking up Facebook a sign of the deep skepticism. Among many democratic presidential contenders. About the power of massive tech firms. The former vice president telling the Associated Press this week that lawmakers need to at least look at a plan. It's been pushed hard by one of his twenty twenty rivals. Senator Elizabeth Warren..
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"Fifty three years. The state of Texas has subjected it citizens changing clocks in the spring and the fall, and it's nonsense goal in a modern society state rep John Smith he's amendment to Larson's Bill to allow voters to keep things. The same was rejected despite his compelling college football argument, if we adopted this and we went to a standard time year round are early today. Gms would start at ten o'clock, and they could not be televised in that time slot at the capitol. Chris FOX, News Radio KLBJ. The last man convicted in the nineteen ninety eight dragging death of a black man in Jasper was put to death by lethal injection. What John William king orchestrated became known as a hate crime and laws have been passed about them. But in Austin, President Nelson, Linda warriors, people might be going soft on them. Come up with ways to make sure that that Phillies or this possible. When people value people right space, some grace that goes kinda thing saw say change, our talk, homo Justice system. Leonard says he's he's likes digital ad dudes about racial tolerance in America today. I'll city council ceased to lay out all the ballsy priorities for city staff today. So they can better right up. A new land development code council member. Kanthi Tova has a few overarching goals in mind as they kick off the talks this morning, one priority, certainly is to make sure that the resulting code is clear consistent, and that you don't need to be an expert to be able to understand what you can build on your property like some of her colleagues on the diets Toivo also wants to prioritize the build up of dense housing along major corridors and activity centres as well as the protection of existing affordable housing. Awesome land use code. It'll be a big topic of discussion today at Allston city hall. Several proposals. Made by other council members are alarming to council member Leslie Poole, she says some of the issue she has including creasing Bayreuth entitlements on corridors within the urban core, which he says runs counter to their goal of encouraging growth and density in all imagine Austin centers today eastern, part of the city. We don't have any transit in our plans in our future plans, and I think that's a huge gap in our planning, and we need to do something about that. She says many of the other proposals disregard environmental safeguards and dismissed the imagine Austin plan as a quaint notion, Eric like of NewsRadio KLBJ. Austin city council will also be mulling over today's spending up to sixty four thousand dollars to help del valley ISD with the startup costs for or new pre-k cat, classrooms and asides from the land development code which expected to dominate today's council session. Cd leaders have been asked to are asking for an update from APD about the department's DNA in sexual assault Bank. Log kit..
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"And Melanie, your your shows great. I list all the times fan fantastic. My question. Question for area is do you have any advice for fifty three year old? Mt. F- transgender personal who smelled a female female. Sorry. I don't know the the ability around here. Who is homeless and cannot stand working in the work environment as a male and being fifty three years old at over ten years old hormones having a lot of problems with this. Can I have a moment to collect my thoughts on that? That's a complicated thing. Of course, the older, you are the more difficult. It's going to be. Most of the people that were at the event that we recently attended exhibited that problem pretty starkly very few of them actually began transitioning when they were teenagers or even preteens which let's not get into that. But anything past the age of teenager is going to be difficult because we tend to form Brett's in our lives of just going through the same actions. They in day out one of the reasons that left Mississippi was because a facing that reality of one day. I was going to pop into this convenience store right down the street as Mel and then the next day, it was going to be female and transitioned left and then transitioned as you left kind of thing. More or less transition was slow. It was more a shadow and out. She went. Yeah. Okay. I lived in Mel during the day for work, and I didn't have much twist their Mississippi, but at night, I went I would kept rises cross dressing to wear. Where'd you go places clubs sometime crossdressing clubs in Mississippi? Memphis. Memphis, long drive now is about.
"fifty three years" Discussed on The RV Podcast
"For fifty three years. Triple E R V has been transforming the North American RV industry today. Leisure travel vans is the leader in innovative compact luxury motor homes with its serenity unity and wonder product lights their vision is to be a premier company inspired by freedom to explore and driven by a commitment to growing the RV community. We're delighted to have them as a sponsor that. What does that mean? That means that there are sponsor, and they did not give us a motorhome a wanted to make sure everybody understands that unlike the the deal we had with road trek, which was also sponsored they provided us a unit, and we we. We talked about that with leisure in. The fact that matters we wanted one, and we think that it was time for us to buy one. And so we have purchased one. Whether they continue to sponsor, not we will be continuing to drive it because we are in the motor home of our dreams, which is this beautiful unity that many of you'll see it as we travelled around the country. But as a sponsor, just like any other sponsor, you hear all the other ones that we hear on the program, we read a commercial about them, and we also will make some personal appearances around the country at RV shows, and we'll be hanging out at their booths as we just did at the RV show. But we want to welcome them as sponsors. And let them know how delighted we are to be associated with them in that relationship. But more importantly to us personally. We're really delighted that we were able to buy one and. Yeah. It's a pretty big purchase price. I'll tell you that. But, you know, this is we don't look at this as much investment as in money as it is an investment in quality of life. This is the lifestyle that Jennifer I love the RV lifestyle. And it is a delight to be a part of this whole community at leisure now has opened up to us, and as owners in and of course, with them now as sponsors of the podcast and our RV lifestyle blog, and and many of our activities there. All right. Welcome leisure. And thanks again to the Burkitt's for another off the beaten path report. Why? It's check the RV calendar events gatherings. You need to know about. I we had a bunch of shows coming up this weekend. I wanna to tell you about March twenty first through the twenty fourth is the northwest sports show, the Minneapolis convention center in Minneapolis. Minnesota March twenty second through the twenty four th the Kitchener RV show and sale in Kitchener memorial auditorium, the odd as they call it in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, March twenty seconds through the twenty four th the northwest Michigan camper and RV show at grand traverse county Civic Center up and beautiful traverse city. Michigan March twenty second through the twenty four th
"fifty three years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Impeachable offenses, then I hope all members of congress would do their constitutional duty Trump crowed about his accomplishments in tweets, and then asked how do you impeach a man who is considered by many to be the president with the most successful? I two years in history, especially when he has done nothing wrong and impeachment is for high crimes and misdemeanors. Toyota is working on a new high tech lunar Rover for future moon missions. Brian shook has details. The carmaker announced this week. It's teaming up with Japan's space agency to develop a pressurized Rover for astronauts to us in the next decade and beyond artist's sketches show. A completely enclosed six-wheeled SUV that represents a giant leap over NASA. Apollo era moon buggies Toyota says the Rover will be about twenty feet long, and we'll be powered by fuel cell technology. It would also have a proposed range of more than six thousand miles. Brian shook NBC. Newsradio a mafia bosses Dan after being shot at his home in New York. Francesco collie was gunned down while walking outside his house on Staten Island. The Fifty-three-year-old was believed to be the head of the Gambino crime family NBC, four New York reports at collie was shot several times, according to the NYPD the suspect took off in a blue pickup truck, no arrests have been made in the investigation is ongoing and the numbers for Wednesday's Powerball drawing are out the numbers are eighteen thirty six forty five forty seven sixty nine and the Powerball was fourteen. The estimated jackpot was four hundred and forty eight million dollars with the cash value of more than two hundred and seventy one million dollars. Mark mayfield. NBC News Radio. Bye bye. Take a chance. Why risk a mistake? I say something we all have reasons why shoes to ignore the things that give us pause that seem out of place that don't feel right? The word. Why can either paralyze us or empower us to stand up and protect what we love. So if you see something why do you say something, I say from my family, I see say for my friends. I see say for my students. Wiki say for each other. I see say because all of this matter. We all have something worth protecting a that unifies community were all. Protect your everyday. The part suspicious activity to local authorities to see something say something. Did a lawyer, right? The trust. No. We wrote it ourselves. Get a lawyer to write one please Tom four hundred thousand dollars. Thank you, by the way. Do it yourself. Hey, have you ever had surgery? That's exactly my point. Well, said well done. Okay. Everybody has to call me back. I just hung up on everybody Handel on the law. Saturdays at six pm right here on News Radio. Six ninety K TSM..
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"Not happen. Newsradio one thousand K. Okay. And other news that famous egg church. Beth myers. Are they gonna tear it down? That's right. The Oklahoma City council today talked about the plan to save the egg. I'm Beth Myers and the NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. New center and the future of a very unique. Oklahoma City church will come to fruition and time as we hear from Katie okays, Calvin right plans to designate Oklahoma city's First Christian Church on north Walker avenue as an historic landmark on hold for a month. Reports of plans to demolish the so-called egg charge drew protesters through the property last week councilwoman megs, Sal says many people about saving the Fifty-three-year-old structure. We want a church to be saved desperately. It is an important part of the fabric of this community. I would say here that I have personally spoken to two people to parties who are interested in making. Run the church now today action was deferred by the Oklahoma City council until the April ninth meeting. However, if the historic preservation commission approves the historic landmark application during the next month, no action by the council would be necessary. If you lie about your dog or cat being a service animal, you could be charged with a misdemeanor under a Bill that passed out of the state house today Representative Maryland stark of Bethany is the author of that Bill service animals are certified and they have paperwork, so that's already done. We're hoping in the future to maybe do a registry of those service animals. She says her Bill would also apply to people who claim their therapy animal is a service animal. She says a service animal is trained to perform tasks for a person who has a disability a therapy animal on the other hand provides psychological comfort for its owner and others and the highway patrol now says it has tentatively identified the female SUV passenger killed Friday on that head on crash near bowlegs with condo a school bus after talking with family members the highway. Troll believes the woman is Sherry Dockery of Earls Berle. Also known as sharing more the SUV drivers sixty one year old Johnny tall. Bear was killed in the crash along with a twelve year old girl on the school bus.
"fifty three years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Abe, a lot of people believe and feel they'll never retire. That is not the case. So let's break it down for those listening in and around DC that are ten years away from retiring, what steps do they need to be taking what do they need to know? Well, the more time you have the better, right? Because the more time we have the plan. So there's a couple that just came in. They live in Leesburg Virginia where Shelley and I live and they'd come to one of our most recent educational workshop there fifty seven and fifty three he's the older one. She stays at home. And he works for the government there ten years out before for retirement. They're going to retire at sixty seven and sixty three he will have worked for the government for twenty five years by that point. And he's going to have a pretty strong pension with them. It's going to be forty four thousand a year, which is over close to four thousand a month. Okay. Then they're going to have both social security checks. So they have a decent income floor there between those three sources, but they needed a little more income in their plan. And so as we were talking laying things out and said, listen, all you need to do is reposition a small portion less than twenty percent of their assets today to satisfy their income needs adjusted for inflation for the rest of he and his wife's life think about that for a minute fifty seven and fifty three years old. They have about a half a million dollars saved reposition less than one hundred thousand today combined with his pension and bustles security checks will satisfy their income needs for the rest of their lives adjusted for inflation Aaron teed man that that's pretty good. He loved it. And that allows them to keep eighty five percent. I think in the market the majority of their investments, they can stay invested. They can stay the track and investors. Those funds for long term growth for cumulation for legacy. You know, he's a few years older than his wife. He's got a pension. So he probably wants money to pass onto his wife and his children. But the point there is just a small piece of the pie today combined with what they already have in place for guaranteed income in the future will satisfy their income needs the rest of their lives. And they love the plan. They loved the idea and that also shows that you are able to help all sorts of different people with their retirement. So if it is a federal employee, if you're dealing with things concerning pension, and you're looking at having a retirement income plan aid can take that into account and plan for the other. What is that you have concerns about? So if you're listening today, you have a pension if you're listening today, and you've got other ways that you've saved accumulated invested all these working years for retirement. And now you're going, you know, about ten years away in about five years away. Or I'm already retired. I need to make sure that I've got income coming in. Where is? The paycheck. It doesn't happen anymore. When you stop working figure that out with a where do I stand.