40 Burst results for "Fire Department"
No One Wants to Go Into a Job Knowing They're Potentially Going to Die
"Thought about this while we were talking to Dee Cotter because I was, I wonder what CAL FIRE is doing with the PFAS because I can't imagine that the state, I mean California is very much about health. Like we're avocado toast eaters. So when she was talking, I was really intrigued by it and I actually went to go Google it and nothing came up. So nothing came up when you Googled it? If you Google CAL FIRE PFAS in gear, the state fire marshal's office comes up, firefighting equipment and boom PFAS. IFF articles come up, US fire administrations come up, but there's nothing, there's a lawsuit from 2022, but there's like nothing, no, nothing. Huh. That's interesting. Yep. Same thing. So I'm Googling it and I don't see anything. So I'd be curious to hear more about that. We're doing research live everyone. I don't know. That's from the, they talk about the foam, the firefighting foam. Yeah. They don't talk about the gear. So yeah, their gear is killing them too. So that's a whole nother situation and something that adds to the overall distaste for public service, I think, and why people don't want to work from fire departments. Yeah. Because I mean, so like this other comment just said presumptive cancers have been slowly eliminated in Texas. That's frightening and that's kind of bullshit. Oh, let's talk about the fact that if you do die of cancer, you have to go through this whole, like, even though it's presumptive in California, right? You still have to go through this whole investigative process and they can find that you didn't actually die of cancer because of firefighting, but they can deny the claim. So it could be, it may or may not be a line of duty death in that case. Oh my God. Why are we going backwards? And why do we have to file the paperwork if it's presumptive? Like, why can't it just be? They died of cancer. It's a line of duty death. End of story. Oh, you're still working for us? Oh, you're on your deathbed in cancer? Here's your money. Like be done with it. Yeah. Thanks for your service, but also we're not going to pay for your cancer. Sorry. Right? I'm just like, this is utterly ridiculous. But it's the same. Who was it? Was somebody comment on that too? Or was that in the RDMs that said it's the I haven't read it yet, but I'm frightened to read it. It's too much sometimes. I don't even know. Anyway, sorry. We got off on the cancer topic. Went back to that. Went back to that. Back to that. So if you haven't listened to Dean Cotter's episode, definitely check it out because it's frightening. But it also goes back to what we were saying. Like being a firefighter is not glamorous anymore because it's not what it, I mean, let's say it's not, nobody wants to go into a job knowing that they're going to potentially die. Not even heroically, you know even a heroic death. Right, right. It's, you're just going to walk around in your, uh, turnouts and possibly develop cancer just from, from that. It's just not, it's not
Fresh update on "fire department" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Ninety seven seven stay connected stay informed good afternoon it's one thirty one taylor of van size for the top stories in the breaking headline learning a little more about an incident we told you about it seattle's garfield high school the seattle fire department says it has treated a seventeen -year -old boy for minor injuries after gunshots fired were following what may have begun as a fight police say that they found damage in the area caused by gunfire no one has been arrested yet officers say it appears that those involved may have taken off in vehicles will bring you more as we get it but again that's happening at garfield high school in seattle two gunmen managed to elude capture after police say they killed a man near paulsbo early tuesday morning como four's joel morano has the search for the suspects inside inside this trailer is where thirty eight -year -old brandon eggler was shot dead detective say caleb axle sloan strom and showed up and shot him in the early morning hours the property owner was asleep in a nearby house i didn't even hear a gunshot or get it got shot though because he died over there too and that's really sad detective say sloan and strong knew the victim but have not shared a possible motive for the deadly shooting they don't believe there's a general danger to the public other than the suspects have weapons and are still on the run sloan has at nine least prior felony convictions including eluding weapons violations theft and burglary strom has seven felonies including having stolen cars a hit and run and eluding the property owner says he didn't know the man who was killed but assumes he was friends with the couple who he allowed to live on his land he never expected any of this i know the people i let move in and have the change partners and uh i really don't know what goes on over there it doesn't happen very often but police a former chief in morton may soon be decertified meaning he could no longer be a police officer anywhere in washington the details from northwest news radio's carline johnson accusations of sexual harassment fellow from officers and citizens were among the issues facing former morton police chief roger star who failed a polygraph then resigned june 2nd otherwise he was going to be fired according to the centralia chronicle the criminal justice training commission agrees that morningstar violated code that prohibits officers from committing sexual harassment from knowingly falsifying information on application an and code that prohibits officers from engaging in conduct that fails to meet ethical professional standards there were sexual harassment allegations at previous law enforcement positions he held as well he now has 60 days to request a hearing to defend against the allegations otherwise the decertification takes effect carlene johnson northwest news radio coming up after traffic
Firefighter Cancer: Diane Cotter Describes Her Husband's Harrowing Diagnosis
"Diane Carter is a self -taught citizen activist who's upright focused and determined efforts in support of her husband fire lieutenant Paul Carter during and after their battle against Paul's occupational cancer served as the inspiration for the documentary Burned protecting the protectors by filmmaker Elijah Yetter Bowman and award -winning actor Mark Ruffalo executive producer. Diane is the ultimate standard bearer a smart outspoken and fearless woman who continues to march at the head of her six -year campaign to remove PFAS forever chemicals from the gear worn by today's firefighters. No less an authority that Ed Kelly general president of the IAFF has properly called Diane Carter the firefighter's hero. The firefighters hero that's uh some big big shoes to fill so Diane tell us your story first of all welcome thanks for being with us I actually watched a movie yesterday that you sent us and I had to pause several times because I was so overwhelmed and so pissed off a couple times good um yeah so we'll talk about the movie but first tell us your story can you give us your background a little bit sure thank you I'm glad to meet you ladies finally in person big follower of the show I love it I love what you do I love that spouses and significant others are involved because um that's what I am that's all that I am it's a it's a fire wife I have no formal education I did get my hairdressers license some years ago and I was the worst hairdresser in the world so I didn't go far but I stayed at home and raised our children until they were about 10 and 11. Paul got on the fire department in 1988 when our son was two months old and our daughter was 18 months old our son is now a firefighter in the same department my husband served at now works in the same station in Worcester they had a beautiful beautiful life we embraced everything that we loved about the fire service his friends became my friends their wives became my my best friends we vacation with them etc. Paul had spent 25 years on the rescue in Worcester he had a 28 -year career at age 55 he decided it was time to climb the ladder so he took the lieutenant's exam and he made lieutenant and he was pretty disappointed because that meant that he'd leave his crew and he had worked with this crew you know on the same shift for 25 years they'd gone through a lot together the Worcester warehouse fire they've gone through so much together at any event we went on vacation with our firefighter families to moosehead lake up in maine and we came back to a beautiful ceremony in Worcester city hall when my husband was promoted to lieutenant along with one of his best buddies and the rescue saw him off and it was wonderful Paul was getting ready getting prepared to go back on to a new rig and he had an appointment to see a doctor because he was going in for cataract surgery his pre -exam showed that he had just a very slightly elevated number in his psa for prostate he had that check regularly as he did a lot of checks for his health because he was a very fitness aware person at any event he did get the call to come in they wanted a biopsy and i thought nothing about a biopsy because to look at him he literally looked like a 45 -year -old at 55 he was very fit very very strong and the picture of health we went to the doctor's office and i can remember that day because i was just so adamant to get this over with this appointment because i had things to do and we were making small talk with the doctor and we were in the tiny doctor's office room the exam room and out of nowhere the doctor said yep it's cancer and in that moment that moment i can remember because i remember i screamed and i fell into the chair and Paul who's almost six feet tall he broke out in this sweat all over his body i could just see the beads of sweat come out from everywhere on him and he sunk into a chair he tore his shirt off and he sunk into a chair and i can remember the doctor talking for 45 minutes and i'm crying and Paul's looking at me looking at the doctor looking at me looking at the doctor and we didn't hear a word he said
Fresh "Fire Department" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"The right lane on 395 South. 95 southbound work zone after Fairfax County Parkway clear northbound through Stafford County slow but steadier into Quantico the crash crash near my marker 147 over on the shoulder and delays are easing back a little bit. and A crash down resulted wires in though on Route 17 near Granite Street traffic was stopped both ways on Route 17 by the Ocean initial fire department response 66 just some heavy traffic near Nutley Street and eastbound near Ballston of course getting slower on parts of the Beltway. In Maryland a couple of minor incidents like broken down vehicles and fender benders reported here and there but nothing blocking for any sustained length of time. 270 95 Baltimore Washington Parkway no major incidents reported and on 50 westbound of the Bay Bridge the broken down vehicle is clear and delays are easing. Jiffy Lube service centers keep you moving from oil changes and tire rotations to filters and wipers to a full range of services visit JiffyLubeDC .com for a location near you. Dave Deldine WTRP traffic. Check in with 7 News First Alert meteorologist Steve Rudin. Lots of sunshine for the remainder of the afternoon hours and warm temperatures considering the time of year lower to middle 80s mainly clear
"fire department" Discussed on WTOP
"The closure due to fire department activity Georgia Avenue between and Irving streets in Northwest again you're redirected through the neighborhood streets to get around the more windows you buy the more you save with wind donation get up to fifty percent off plus pay nothing for two full call 866 90 nation or visit them at Windonation .com Rich Hunter WTRP traffic yes technically it is still summer but this forecast is truly extraordinary from seven news meteorologist first alert Steve Rudin after record -breaking warmth yesterday we're going to do it all over again this afternoon with high temperatures 95 to 100 degrees heat index values upwards of 103 for the day tomorrow a bit more humid so it's going to make it feel a bit more uncomfortable outside high temperatures 94 to 100 heat index values upwards of a hundred and five Thursday we're tracking a cold front that will linger into Friday bringing showers and thunderstorms I'm seven news meteorologist Steve Rudin in the first alert weather center 79 degrees in Friendship I to 331 this is wtop news everything you need every time you listen the the wtop producers desk is wired by ibew local 26 where actors come to grow hello there I'm Ian Crawford Teddy Gelman is our producer stories were following for you this morning thousands trapped amid flooding at the burning man festival in Nevada's rock black desert has slowly begun to leave the only road out is finally dry enough for vehicles to move across at least one death has been reported
Fresh update on "fire department" discussed on Simply Bitcoin
"They printed the money. They devalued everyone else's money. The U.S. spends one point five trillion dollars every single year more than it collects in tax revenue, even though it collects more tax revenue year after year. How does it do that? It prints the money. They can't afford the spending. So they print the difference. So what you just saw was the definition of gaslighting and propaganda. And when we talk about the importance of memes, when we talk about the importance of making content, liking every tweet, for example, that was posted on Twitter. You get involved, literally go in the comments section, just go ham, drop a meme, drop like a witty response, drop something, drop a video. She is gaslighting you and she's trying to capture the uninformed part of the world to try to divert their attention from what is the actual root cause of these issues. The IMF is the problem. The World Bank is the problem. Look at how the IMF reacted to El Salvador. That tells you everything you need to know. So, yeah, look, it's just a bunch of bullshit, like it's just a bunch of gaslighting bullshit. They can make it clever and put, you know, cool music and good production quality and, you know, clever graphics and all that. But, you know, once you dig into the facts, once you, you know, see what is actually going on, like, you know, it's rotten, it's rotten back there. They're just fucking lying to your face. And you can't say that they don't know this. Like you can't say they're not. They don't know this. So at what point do you say this is not this is malicious, like this is a malicious this is a malicious intent. Like they must know they're not stupid. So anyways, so if you go ahead, Mike, hit it. I was going to say it it blows my mind. Well, I guess it doesn't really blow my mind to the point of they are propagandists at the end of the day, but it's like it's just it's fascinating how like in all of these conversations, regardless of whether it's these clips that we bring up on simply or you listen in on spaces between hedge fund managers, economists, financiers and the lot when it comes to inflation, it's always it's your fault. It's never the debasement of the currency and completely eroding the financial power of like the country's economic capability. Right. It's not it's not the fact that the dollars that you're earning per wage are being devalued at like at continuously expediting rates. It's never that. It's the fact that you're buying too much food, you're using too much gas, you're consuming too much, even though the entire economic health measurements of our country are based entirely on consumption. And the fact that I also wanted to bring up that, like when you say it's gaslighting, it's important for you to understand it's gaslighting specifically by avoiding the conversation. Right. I guess just. I think the last couple of years have probably been a pretty powerful kind of lesson for a lot of people, not just Americans like Europeans around, like obviously the the Lebanese, the Turks, the Argentinians, the Venezuelans, like they've all been learning it and they've known it for a while. But like, dude, I get fired up when I see these videos, Nico, like where they're just completely avoiding the most important aspect and the fact that they are the arsonists calling the fire department for the fire that they started. One hundred percent. One hundred percent agree with that statement. I hope the audio is a little bit better. Guys are a bit of tech, bit of technical difficulties on our side just due to the Internet connection from the hotel room. Anyways, Steve, what was your reaction to that video, man? Hey, yeah, just sad, actually, like, I mean, sad in a way that everyone's just so fooled by they think house prices just rise, they just they think the stuff just rises and, you know, no one gets around to telling them that, like, hey, nothing has risen in terms of ounces of gold for like 200 years. It's, you know, everyone just thinks it's something else and it's not the devaluation of the dollar. And, you know, we're just so fortunate to have Bitcoin here to educate a much larger group of people on the fact that prices don't rise. The only thing that happens is fiat currency devalues itself. And it's it's such a hard mental shift to do. I mean, I'm a pretty smart guy and it took me several years. To totally shift my mind away from thinking that prices rise. But yeah, man, I it sucks. I don't know. It's really strong propaganda. Like it really is like for us to be a society, for us to be incepted with this idea that somehow money needs to lose purchasing power. It's just absolutely nuts. Sophie, you've been making content for Simply. What was your reaction to, you know, that piece of content from the IMF? Well, I think it's really sad that this type of video is just going to reinforce the convenience of the institutions, because Bitcoin is something that is kind of difficult for people to grasp. And it's money. It's it's the tech, the technological innovation of money. People have a hard time adopting it. So when an institution like the IMF tells everybody, oh, it's going to be OK. Don't worry, we're in hell and everything is expensive and you're miserable. But we're going to tell you, we're here to tell you it's OK, because the government is going to save you. We haven't saved you before. We've never done it once in the history of ever, but we're going to do it now. Just trust us. It's going to be OK. And people who want to believe the lie are going to use this as ammunition to be like, see, Bitcoin is just a scam. We don't need it. The like the government's got us. It's all right. But it's it's all a lie. And that's the part that makes me so sad when I go out and do the street interviews. People don't want to believe that we're in hell, even though they're not saving money, even though everything they're buying at the grocery store is significantly more expensive. It's it's it's honestly really sad because it's it's great promo and it and it it helps them believe the lie.
Kerry Hillis, Moraga Council Member, Talks Fire Preparedness
"You've talked a bunch about fire safety as it relates to a community that has limited access to ways in and out. A cul -de -sac community, as you described it, you're surrounded by open space, hills, trees. What tips do you have for your residents or anybody regarding fire safety and preparing for the upcoming fire season? The Moraga -Arinda Fire District is great. They have drive through Long -Arinda, particularly in Orinda and Moraga and Lafayette. You will see a significant difference between the clearance, the vegetation clearance that's been achieved in Moraga and Orinda versus Lafayette. The difference is Lafayette isn't an MOFD, Lafayette has their fire service handled by ConFire. So ConFire has different regulations. They haven't required as much clearance. We are required to do very similar levels of clearance to what, you know, my mom had to do with our cabin up in the Sierras for the last 30 years, where, you know, you have to clear debris. You have to limb trees up to six feet above the ground to prevent fire. So my advice is to, you know, to, to look to your fire district, to your fire department for what their requirements are. If they are not as forward thinking as our fire district in terms of requiring them, do what you can to meet those requirements. In addition, just like you have to have an emergency go bag in the event of an earthquake that has supplies for your family, water, food, potential clothing, to sufficient to last for 72 hours, you should develop that because you never know. We have one, my wife knows where it is. The, our nanny knows where it is. I'm at work and if something happens, and this, we came close to that point two years back where we were at our other property and we saw the hill that was less than a quarter mile from our house. The one that has the graffiti all over it, ConOnFire. And I was at a business event across the state and my wife is sending me pictures of helicopters coming in and dropping flame work hardened, like right outside of our master bedroom window. And we had to be, and they were ready to go. We had walkie talkies that were charged. We had our backpack with our emergency supplies. We knew our evacuation routes to get in and out of town. And that's the other key thing. It's not always the best, even with seeing that it's not always the best idea to evacuate unless you hear that from first responders. And part of the reason for a community like ours is everyone hit the road at the exact same time to get out of town. No one would go anywhere because we, our fire chief, Chief Winokur has told us that our road system in Merage is already insufficient to handle just the people we have here now. You have a mass casualty or catastrophic event and everyone gets on the road at the same time. No one's going anywhere. So pay attention to law enforcement, public safety. We're also going to be funding for our communities and evacuation study so that we know, so we can better inform our residents what group you're in when you need to get out of town and what other modifications need to be done to ensure that we can keep people safe. Also, if your fire district, fire department has not imposed new fire standards, MOFD, I would say they have one of some of the best fire building standards in terms of what plants are safe to plant in front of your house. What safe distance there should be two feet from the property itself, whether or not you need to have sprinklers on your roof, on top of your roof, not inside your house so they can put out embers. So all of those things, they're expensive, but there's a lot of things that folks can do to prepare.
Fresh "Fire Department" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Joining picket lines this morning along with hundreds in our area. This the is Kaiser P's Neil Augenstein is at the Kaiser Permanente Springfield medical offices this morning and joins us now live. Neil, Michelle and John, about 400 health care workers here in Virginia and D .C. affected, are but you may see some picketing in Maryland, too. Specifically, therapists and pharmacists are affected locally. A few dozen employees are now picketing on the sidewalk in front of this building. The unions want better pay, better retirement and protections against having their jobs subcontracted. Kaiser says some non -urgent appointments and procedures may have to be postponed, and they've been trying to contact patients in advance to do that. Kaiser says it expects this and other facilities will remain open and operating with little disruption. Reporting live in Springfield, Neil Eikenstein, WTLP News. Morgan State University has canceled all classes today after five people were shot on campus last night. Baltimore police say four men and one woman between the ages of 18 and 22 were hurt, none critically. At least four were students at the HBCU. NBC4's Mallette Green is on the scene. This is happening during homecoming week festivities and shortly after the coronation of Mr. and Ms. Morgan State University. So this is a horrible disruption to campus life, to homecoming festivities and parents are on edge and the students are on edge as well. Police say they have no suspects. The university will decide today if it will continue homecoming activities going against two people. 19 year old Walter Padilla and an unnamed male under 18 were arrested and charged with distributing narcotics in the school zone, among other things. Arlington police say when they got to Wakefield High School last Wednesday, they found two girls suffering from apparent fentanyl overdoses. Both were taken to local hospitals and recovered. An investigation into the incident and Padilla identified as the person suspected of giving the drugs to the juvenile male who they say then supplied it to the victims. Dozens of people called for more security at Wakefield after a suspected overdose there earlier this year. Students Sergio Flores later died. Now students are allowed to carry the overdose reversal drug naloxone as part of the county's opioid prevention efforts. Scott Gelman, WTOP news. More than a month into the school year, Prince George's County is still short 200 about bus drivers. Here's what the county is doing about it. The county is offering to pay drivers to get the right licensing and provide that training for free. And in some cases, the school systems renting big passenger vans that don't need a CDL to take over some smaller routes, which will free up traditional buses. That's the school system's chief operating officer char Oscar Coleman, who helped brief the county council on the situation this week. Parents can also get alerted to delays by text or email now. An audit will come up with some long -term solutions, with Superintendent Millard House admitting, Sometimes these kind of recommendations can come at the cost of schools having to change their bell times or do different things, but whatever it takes. John dome in T. O. P. News. We want to let you know that this afternoon your phone will get a loud warning message, even if it's on silent, and it's only a test. It may be alarming, but it is important. A nationwide alert has never been issued in time of trouble. But W. T. O. P. Senior Director of Technology George Molnar says the system needs to be ready if a real alert is needed. This national test is designed to make sure that everyone is capable of sending and receiving emergency alerts from the president to the population of the United States. You'll hear an alert on your radio, on your TV, and even see it on your phone at around 220. This is a good test for the feds and for us at W. T. O. P. phone, on your phone. What we What do we is W. T. O. P. is make sure that our systems are working properly and that we can receive and retransmit the need to know is the alert in a timely fashion. Mike Murillo W. T. O. P. News coming up after traffic and weather. Do you have A. I. skills or are you faking it? I'm Jeff Clayball. It's 708. Michael and Son's heating tune -up for only $59 .00. Traffic and weather on the eights and when it breaks in the traffic center. It's Rita. A lot of crash activity going on today. Let's start out in Maryland on the right lane. It's more Washington Parkway southbound in the area of 197. The right lane gets by the wreck. Delays from E8. Northbound has the rubbernecking delays coming from Powder Mill Road. Southbound 270 heavy after 85. The crash is reported after the Monocacy River in the left lane. Then you'll be solid from 21 headed into Gaithersburg. Starting to slow a bit from 370 towards Shady Grove Road in 28 and then heavy from Montrose onto the southbound spur. This joins a delay on the outer loop that begins after Old Georgetown Road all the way around toward the American Legion Bridge. Now your lanes are open, but crossing the American Legion Bridge is a bit of a slow down due to the dense fog in the area. In Annapolis it is Forest Drive near Tyler Avenue. Watch for the fire department activity. If you're in Virginia, delays on northbound 95 are Dalles from City into Woodbridge, then through Lorton and Newington near the Franconia -Springfield Parkway, the crash
A highlight from Mike Wilkerson
"Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original, something unique and without equal. Look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Metaxas. Hey, what do you know? I'm talking to Jack Pessobek. Yes, Jack Pessobek agreed to hang on into hour two. After the segment, we're talking to my friend Mike Wilkerson. Get ready for that. A lot of crazy stuff, but I want to tell you, Jack, we haven't mentioned Maui, and there's so much crazy news. What is your best guess of what in the world has happened and is happening in Maui? What we see in Maui, it's very clear because I see the mayors, I see the governor, I see these are all elected Democrats, by the way, the state legislature. When you look at their eyes, when they're giving these press conferences, these briefings, I see fear. I see abject terror in their eyes. They are hiding something. They are hiding something the same way that when my wife, who was born in the Soviet Union, just a few years before she was born, the Chernobyl incident happened. The same way those Soviet officials were hiding what went on during Chernobyl from the people. That's what's going on in Hawaii because we're getting stories out now that children were separated from their parents. Children were sent home without the systems. Everyone knows that Hawaii's got the most effective early warning system, these sirens, in the entire country because they are at risk from these typhoons that hit constantly in these areas. They've got one of the best systems. I was stationed on Guam when I was in the Navy, so I'm very familiar with the type of systems that are used in the Pacific. And the fact that this wasn't put out, unfortunately, we're looking at a situation now with these hundreds, potentially thousands of people missing. Many of them were told children, just thepostmillennial .com ran a story the other day where they're crunching the numbers. They're saying as many as 25 % of children have not re -enrolled in schools. They're trying to go around and recheck to make sure how many people are coming in so that when the schools reopen, 25 % of the desks are going to be empty. And there are stories now that children were incinerated in their homes, hugging the family dog in one story with their entire families in cars while they were trying to flee because they didn't know until it was too late. And even people, and Tulsi Gabbard, when she went down there to interview people, this is her old district, by the way, that's where she represented in Congress, that when she was talking to people, they said, I tried to use my hose. I tried to fill up a bucket from the sink, from my tub. The water was shut off. The fire department would come. They would go to the fire hydrant. It wouldn't come on. But the questions are why? In other words, I want to know, to the extent that we can, what is it that happened? You're getting some conspiracy theories or some theories, I should say, that somehow this was planned, somehow this was intentional.
Fresh update on "fire department" discussed on Jim Bohannon
"WGN traffic right now. Looking at the expressways and tollways. That Bishop Ford has A been 17 taken -year -old girl was care fatally of. stabbed So now there last are night no issues in the out loop. there It happened or around delays. 1130 near Clark and Van Police say the teenager got into some kind of fight with another girl. A She lot was stabbed of multiple residents times of the in Galewood the neighborhood showed up for a meeting Tuesday night about the decision to turn a Mudsend Park Fieldhouse into a new shelter for 200 asylum as he received seekers. a phone call on Friday WGN's telling Dana Revick him was the there. Chicago Park 29th District plan Ward alderman to convert Chris the Taliaferro Amundsen Park says Fieldhouse into a migrant shelter. They have disrespected us, our community. They're going to tell us and just shove the it down way our throats and we're supposed to like it. Concerned Galewood residents lined up to sound off against Mudsend residents are being moved are angry to that they another weren't park. included in the decision -making Meanwhile, process there was and a the rush program's for answers Amundsen after Governor Pritzker at said Friday that Juliette getting an $8 million grant to house migrants from Central and South America. WGN's Andrea and Medina Juliette city says Fire Department of Juliette did not officials approve, had a problem agree with or that announcement. sign City off to of Juliette this grant Mayor's application. Office The mayor Mayor says If the grant request the township was made accepts by Juliette this Township grant Supervisor and individuals Angel arrive Contreras in our city and it will has be a asked tremendous him to strain. rescind the Juliette Township is a separate entity from the city of Juliette. Southwest side alderman Ray Lopez launched a three campaign -time incumbent for Congress of being part to of the Washington unseat Representative establishment Chewy and Garcia has failed in to the address 4th immigration, congressional district. crime and the Lopez federal minimum accused wage the issues Lopez promised to prioritize. Representative Garcia's campaign released a statement calling Lopez's run for Congress Chicago an is attention named as grabbing the best stunt big city adding in the U .S. Garcia for the seventh prioritizes year in a row. service Readers over of Conde Nast Traveler and other diverse communities voted for and Chicago food scene in the its magazine's beautiful Readers parks Choice Awards. and lakefront as well City as and state world officials -class museums say it's a and recognition of much the more city's says diverse Lynn Osmond president and CEO of Choose Chicago. and then of course we have the Midwest hospitality we have hospitable just to a all wonderful our visitors. hospitality industry The city officials and also released our data residents showing Chicago are just experienced really a very robust summer of travel hotel A University Chicago revenue totaled icon $825 Sister Jean million will be inducted dollars into an all the -time Chicagoland record for Sports Hall summer of months. Fame. The men's Loyola basketball team chaplain just turned 104 this year. She captured the hearts of basketball fans around the country back in 2003 2018 including Devin Hester during of the the Chicago Ramblers Bears historic and run the to Chicago the Final Blackhawks Four. Brian Sister Jean is Campbell. one of 14 honorees WGN this year Sports which Time at the United Center. 303 You the can Blackhawks hear it with beat John Whiteman Detroit and Troy 4 Murray -2 at 730 and the on Hawks will 720 host Minnesota WGN Thursday and in preseason play at
Phil Describes His Battle and Ultimate Path to Recovery From Alcoholism
"There was a time probably 10 or 12 years ago when I was taking a class by a couple individuals that were a part of the employee support services eventually, and I remember these men, you know, represented what I respected, you know, they were, you know, hell attack captains, they were strong men, they were, you know, just that persona of the individual that I wanted to represent working for the fire department, and what struck me the most was that one of them, you know, in a classroom of 30 guys that he doesn't know showed a level of humility and vulnerability to us in sharing his story and his experience with battling his demons and how he had overcome and come through and how he was honestly, I don't remember verbatim, but basically living his best life and asking for help, and he was a huge advocate for the programs available to us, and I remember being so mesmerized by an individual. I could never do that, you know, I was ashamed of who I was, and I couldn't let anybody know that I was less than, but I remember sitting in that class knowing that I was an alcoholic and being so unwilling to ask for help, but one of the coolest things like full circle 10 years later is that individual, I'm a year sober, and we cross paths, and I was able to tell him and thank him for sharing his story because in the 10 years I spent basically killing myself on the inside spiritually, emotionally, pissing away everything that I had ever cared about, I always remembered his story, and I was able to thank him for basically showing me what it meant to be a real man, to own your shit, and to get outside of yourself and not be so damn selfish, but to truly bring it back to what is important in life, and that's about helping other individuals and being a human, right, and forever grateful for that. How did I get to where I am today? Like I said, without going into great detail, like I said, I'm fortunate to be here today, I'm fortunate to have my job, I'm fortunate to be a father, I'm fortunate to be a friend, I'm fortunate to be a son to my mother and my father, a sibling to my brothers and sisters. I very easily could not be here today. I wasn't on a path to really think about suicide or anything like that. I definitely was on a path where I did not care. It got to the point where if I had continued drinking, I have no doubt when my ex -wife called me on my shit finally for being such a shit husband, if I didn't receive that call from her that day, I don't know if I'd be alive. Honestly, I was on a point where I don't know if I would have wrapped my car around a tree and killed myself or hurt somebody else or, you know, I could have lost my job, which would have impacted everybody in my life and I'm just so grateful for the opportunity in that phone call. That day, it was a low point for me. I definitely, it could have been a lot worse for me, like I said, in a multitude of ways, but that call, somebody finally being honest with me and calling me on my shit was what I needed and I took advantage of the programs offered by my department and went to rehab and spent a couple weeks in rehab. I was only spending, yeah, spent a couple weeks, ended up getting out and it was honestly, it was such a fog, man. It took, I don't know, months for the alcohol to really get out of my system and for me to even begin to think clearly, but that started me on this journey that I'm on today. I couldn't have scripted how I've gotten to this point. I've always tried to control, you know, everything in my life and, you know, that was my first step down this journey to be open to the fact that I really don't know shit, that when I'm left in control of my own life, that I don't make good choices and that I really don't know it all. So, it brought me to an awareness of working a program of recovery that honestly has saved my life. It has changed my outlook and my perception of, it's brought me back to reality, right? When I was drinking, I was so, I didn't know the truth about anything, you know. I was a liar. I lied to myself. I lied to everybody else, you know, and sobriety and working a program has allowed me to variance a level of serenity, personal growth and awakening beyond my wildest dreams.
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"Investment advisors, switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. Or to agree to this case that they need to take out. Thanks so much, Kimberly. That's Bloomberg Law's Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson. This is Bloomberg Law on Bloomberg Radio. I'm June Grosso. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Officials say there are at least 67 confirmed deaths from the wildfires in Hawaii. That number makes the Lahaina Fire Hawaii's deadliest natural disaster in state history. Emergency volunteers from the mainland are heading to Maui to help with search and rescue efforts. Justin Silvia with California's Sacramento City Fire Department says members of the incident team have come from all over the country. So there's members from Utah, there's members from Nevada, there's members from Washington. So it's a collective effort from a federal team. Residents and tourists are being allowed to return to some parts of West Maui, but there are restrictions. Officials have implemented a 10 p .m. to 6 a .m. curfew for Lahaina and other hard -hit areas. The federal judge overseeing Donald Trump's 2020 election interference case is issuing a protective order over the handling of evidence. U .S. District Judge Tonya Chutkin on Friday said while Trump has a right to free speech, his free speech is subject to rules in the criminal case. The founder of collapsed cryptocurrency exchange FTX is being sent back to jail ahead of his fraud trial. A judge revoked Sam Bankman -Fried's bail Friday. The decision came after federal prosecutors accused him of stealing his property.
A highlight from Matt gave warning to all dog walkers !! Sheriff came for Rich but hasnt taken him away yet. He is already in jail. Europeans are missing in action but Walmart is full of exotic skin color.Episode #407 August 7th. 2023
"Good morning, good afternoon, good evening, Monday is here episode 407 on August 7, 2023 from this mic Rich From this mic Matt, it's interesting that you went from morning, afternoon to evening because we don't know when our listeners are going to listen to this. We don't even know what they're doing, do we want to know? What I like about it is you gave them options. Yeah, what do you think they're doing, they're walking? I don't know, who cares? Just listen to us and we hope that they have a wonderful and blessed day, that's all I care about. Can you imagine when somebody walking dog and just like has to pick up the poop and now we say something funny and he starts laughing and cannot grab it? Oh my God, either that or he already had the sack in his hand and he was laughing and already squeezes, squeezes. Why do you have to put that in my head? That's how we started. I'd like to give people a positive image to start the day. I'm sure they're just so appreciative, especially the dog lovers. Well I try to please. Now they're going to put us on pause when they pick up the poop. Or they're going to start saying, hey, I'm just going to fast forward the first 30 seconds. Oh yeah. So it's Monday and interesting, it is 10pm, we're recording it right now at 10pm and it's because we've been busy, right? Yeah, you've been busy. That's correct. And it is right now, as we sit here, 90 Fahrenheit outside. Our air conditioning in our office and the studio is going all day and in our spa, our air conditioning already quit. It already quit, I know. And the highest today was 97. Really? Yeah. I thought it would have been high. Well what was that index thing? I don't know. It seemed awful hot. I don't want to even think about indexing. It was off the chart. I can just tell you one thing. On Saturday or Friday, we mentioned in our podcast that Mexican workers here, they burning out and they actually start getting more tan. Yeah. More Mexican tan. Yeah. And Guatemalan people get burned out on their faces. Yeah. And it's going downhill because the air conditioning quit on that day. And somebody like me, white Irish, is turning red like a tomato. Yeah. Yeah. I tell you what, you look like a tourist. Don't put the coconut on your screen. No, I don't want to give it away or make, you know. Don't put the coconut thing on it. I don't want that label. Although we love our tourists, I hope, you know, if you're out there and you're visiting Naples on what we guess we affectionately call off -season. But for Germans and people in South America, it's their time to vacation. They come here during this time. I tell you what, today one of the sheriffs, a friend of mine, stopped by, haven't seen him for a while. His name is Dennis. If he's listening and wants to say hi to him, it was really refreshing to see him after like six, seven months. And, you know, he just said he was watching from distance and he usually works at night. But he was promoted, so congratulations to him. Seven years in the Sheriff's Department, finally he's a surgeon. So that was really nice and refreshing to see. Well, wasn't the last time you saw him was when you had your head cuffed in the back of his seat? No. No, uh -uh. Actually, we have good relationship with the police and Sheriff's Department. They have the training facility. And the fire department, too. They have training facility next to us, so a lot of times they come and stop by for lunches and coffees. We never charge them because we made the promise and commitment from beginning, even before we opened. We said, anybody in uniform shows up, we always treat them with respect and we always make sure they understand that we appreciate what they do for us. Because working 12 hours a night, dealing what we don't even have idea while we're sleeping, having peace of mind, somebody has to just say thank you any different way. So if this is the way we can do it, we will gladly do it. And Dennis, we had a conversation in regards to a tourist, because he said he's not that busy on the road. He used to have a lot of traffic stops and a lot of things, true and legitimate crimes. People driving on the wrong side of the road. Or going too fast. Or going really blind. Just like you mentioned, you sometimes drive like that. And he said a lot of Europeans are missing. And then after he left, we had two couples in our coffee shop, Europeans. One of them from Russia and one from Italy. So I got so excited that he was wrong. He better stick to police officers instead of being a prophet. So I was thinking, he is wrong, right? We have Europeans here for vacations. And Italians live in New York and Russians live in Orlando. Not really. We're missing European tourists. And I haven't seen very many South Americans. Lots of times the Argentinians are up here during this time. So I mean, no wonder why we are kind of slower and traffic is not in existence now. Yeah, but I'll tell you, Walmart was banging when I went in there today. I mean, it's just like, I thought the whole town was in there. I've never seen such a line waiting to get to your, what do you call this? Self -checkout? Self -checkout, yeah. Well, maybe they were checking how self -checkout works. I don't know. Training. It was like both, there was two ends in this one on Davis and the two ends were connecting. Wow. That's how many people were there. I'm so happy for you that you can go to Walmart, you know, because my life is around this building and I cannot go any further than two miles. Well, you're not missing anything. It's like I'm in jail. Yeah. Yeah. So thank you for telling me what's going on in Walmart. I haven't been there for like six months. So I'm so glad. Please keep me posted in Walmart situation. You know, that's really nice. Can you buy me candy or something next time? I guess it depends on your location where people are. But to me, it seems like the community's growing. Seems to me that there's more people in the community. Maybe it's just down here in downtown and on 41 that we don't have much traffic. Yeah, maybe. Tell people in Walmart they should stop by here then, you know? Maybe I'll just walk around up and down the aisles. Go down to 4th and 5th Avenue. Just get those, you know, the police officers. Or the bullhorn. Yeah. Or the sticks, the directional sticks like a police officer says with the lights, you know, in the night. Oh yeah. And like at the airport and just kind of tell them the directions. This way. This way or that way.
Tucker Carlson Moderates Train Wreck GOP Showdown
"Glenn Beck and his people put together, really, a fascinating day. Number one, to score Tucker Carlson as your moderator is quite the score given, obviously, the hottest topic in political news right now and what his future is going to be. We have some news on that, actually, as well. So, he moderated this thing where all of the candidates who decided to participate, some of who now have seen their life flash in front of their eyes, Asa Hutchinson, Tim Scott. I got to see those two. Mike Pence. I got to see a little bit of Pence. Well, that's the funny thing because during the day I'm like, why is Mike Pence trending? Like, I had no idea. And then I saw one clip and I'm like, oh my goodness. I mean, call 911 on all three of them. Those were the first three out of the box. Tim Scott, Asa Hutchinson and Mike Pence. Call 911 now. Call the fire department now. They all three got so scorched. It has a defibrillator. Break it out. I almost had to do this at some point watching it because it was so brutal. Tucker is so good as a moderator, it's stupid. That's how good he is. And he was looking right at you. He will not let you get away with a non -answer. And his positions, like them or not, at least for that audience and most of middle America and most of the people who are going to watch that, he's totally in line with. So, I mean, not that Asa Hutchinson needed a lot of help. That campaign needed a lot of help. But I mean, the charade is over. I mean, just pack it in tonight and say, thank you very much. It's been a fun ride and I'm going to go back and whatever. Pence, the same thing. I mean, Pence glared at Tucker a couple of times in those exchanges like he wanted to kill him. I mean, he wanted to kill him. Well, there was one point where he laughed at his face. Like Tucker laughed at Pence's face. I mean, he just, I can't tell you how, it was almost, I don't know, it was almost hard to watch at parts. It was so brutal. I mean, in such a good way. It was so brutal. With Tim Scott asking him about Ukraine, Asa Hutchinson, he comes out of the box and asks him about the bill he vetoed on gender reassignment surgery. And he just will not let you off the hook. He will not, and Pence, the January 6th discussion and the Ukraine discussion. brutal. It was
Senator Tom Cotton Demands Answers About White House Cocaine
"Tom cotton today sent a, a letter to the secret service. He's got some questions. He says, I write regarding the secret services, recent discovery of white powder. You really have to ask yourself how this got out. I mean, you really do. How'd they, how'd they let this out and not, I mean, this seemingly would be easy to sit on. Wouldn't you think, you would think, right? You would think something as simple as this and be like, Oh, we got something like, why did they, I understand why they called, uh, the fire department, the, you know, mysterious white powder. I get it. Um, so now you've got, you had to alert somebody to this because you didn't know what it was at first. And then once you find out, maybe it was the fact that we, we, it's already out there in the public. People are going to find out anyway. We might as well just throw it out there. And hopefully over the holiday weekend, people too will be too lit up on their own to notice what happened. He says a recent discovery of white powder reportedly now confirmed to be cocaine inside the white house. According to public reports, the secret service has not yet confirmed where in the West wing, the cocaine was found. I urge you to release that information quickly as the American people deserve to know whether illicit drugs were found in an area where confidential information is exchanged. I mean, in the American people are pretty much aware that they're pouring over the border, which they don't seem to have much worry about the Biden's that is in my orchis and everybody. So I'm, I don't know why anyone think they'd have, you know, pouring into the white house seemingly like they are as
California's epic melting snowpack means cold, deadly torrents ahead of Memorial Day weekend
"California safety officials are warning that some of the states rivers could be deadly this Memorial Day weekend. Safety officials say California rivers fed by the mass of Sierra Nevada snow pack over the winter have been turned into deadly torrents, at least 7 people have died or gone missing this spring, Justin Sylvia of the Sacramento fire department. This year we're seeing higher water. Faster water and colder water. And Sylvia says some people are taking unnecessary risks. We're seeing a lot of people not wearing life jackets. That's our big message this year is put a life jacket on. With this higher water, you can see snags out there. There's more of that from the surface that you can not see. Sylvia says Sacramento has already had 20 water rescues this year, nearly as many as all of 2022. I'm Donna water
'Mother Nature has no mercy': Man gets stuck waist-deep in Alaska mud flats, drowns as tide comes in
"A man gets stuck waist deep in mudflats in Alaska and drowns before rescuers could get to him. Christy Peterson, with the hope sunrise volunteer fire department who was one of the rescuers, says Alaska can be amazing and beautiful, but. You have to remember that it's mother nature. And she has no mercy. 20 year old Zachary reporter from Illinois was walking on tidal mudflats with friends in a remote area Sunday when it happened. It can suck you down. It looks like it's solid, but it's not. And once the tide starts to come in, it gets wet from the bottom and can loosen up, which then creates a vacuum. Signs are posted warning people of hazardous waters and mud flats at turning in arm, a 48 mile long glacier carved estuary that travels southeast from anchorage. Its claimed at least three other lives and many more have been rescued. I'm Julie Walker.
Animatronic dragon bursts into flames during Disneyland show
"In animatronic dragon burst into flames during a show at Disneyland in California over the weekend. The fire breathing dragon in the popular phantasmic show normally has flames, but. The crowd at Disneyland got a different show Saturday night as it caught on fire. Ryan Lau, who captured the scene on cell phone video says he knew something was wrong when the dragon's head was on fire, then the whole body went up in flames, no injuries were reported by the Anaheim fire department. The show features Mickey Mouse battling the dragon,
"fire department" Discussed on WTOP
"Dot org. Try a thick and weather on the 8s. Let's go to Rick McClure in the WTO traffic center. Go back to prince George's county on the capitol beltway with the volume on both loops through landover between 7 O four and central avenue, had some official police and fire department activity with the funeral procession on the overpasses at two O two and 50 that was drawing laws of attention, especially on the outer loop, and the ramp to two O two was affected for a brief moment. And we have the crash cleanup activity on the interloop before central avenue who had the left lane taken away. We had two at one point made to have to just have a single left lane taken away now, and we have volume on the outer loop from old Georgetown road toward legion bridge. We had a crash near the cabin John Parkway that was cleared last hour, and watched for volume slowdowns on the Virginia side between tysons and the legion bridge and stretches had a tire change of waiting for help along the narrow left shoulder near Georgetown pike that drew loss with attention to slowdowns in the process. Elsewhere, Maryland no worries, two 70, 95 doing really well. PW Parkway had some volume northbound through green belt with a heaviest volume with southbound from route 32 toward powder mill road, we have may have had a crash that may have been in the right lane along the way. Route 50 still doing well, two lanes west and two lanes east across the bay, had the crash along the eastbound side of route 200 between lay hill road and New Hampshire avenue was cleared from the right side, had a crash reported at the intersection of Georgia avenue and seminary road follow police direction through. Over to Virginia, 66, no issues reported three 95, the only delay is northbound toward the inbound 14th street bridge. Rick McClure, WTO traffic, do you have outdoor plans this evening? Well, let's get the latest from WTO meteorologist Chad Merrill. Perhaps the shower thunderstorm early to mid afternoon, we are watching the thread for some gusty storms
Officials: 2 hurt after shooting at Texas school
"A shooting at a Texas school has left two people injured. Police in Arlington, Texas say two students were injured after a shooting at a high school where the suspect is in custody. News outlets reported that the shooting happened on the Lamar high school campus in Arlington outside of school building, the fire department reports the two injured students were getting medical care, but their conditions were not known. Today was the first day back for students after spring break, a spokeswoman says the school was placed in lockdown and once that's lifted, students will be released for the day. I'm Shelley Adler
How Adversity Makes You Stronger
"You know, I get frustrated when I see people making excuses for black people. I get frustrated. It's like, how dare you think? That I'm too stupid to navigate this world. What makes you think that I'm too stupid and unaware to not realize that adversity is to my benefit, name somebody that's done some great that haven't had adversity. Name somebody, Elon Musk, one of the richest men in the world. Now obviously, obviously he's not the richest man in the world anymore. But he was worth 200 and some $1 billion, and he only owned like 20% of Tesla. 200 some $1 billion. Go look at his story. He was sleeping on the floor and his headquarters. So everybody could see. So they didn't know that he worked just as hard as anybody else. He said, 5 years, he didn't know what was going to happen. You go down a list of all these prominent companies, these businesses, they started from somewhere they had it versus they wanted to give up, but they never did. And that's not a detriment. That's not a oh, I'm a punk out and go cry in the corner and act like this country's been so bad to me because I had a little bit of adversity. It should make you stronger. I would argue that people that face adversity that you should be the strongest people in the United States of America. My father is a perfect example. I remember when he first got on a fire department here, this is the story he told us. He said that he had some discrimination. So I'm going to white guys didn't like the black guys on the police on the fire department. What if my daddy do? He didn't act like the social justice warriors of the day. Man, let me tell you, they treat me wrong because I'm black. My day said, listen, for those who want to act this way, you better watch the way you treat me because you'll be working for me one day. And they were working for him.
US probes Tesla Autopilot, steering wheels that can come off
"There's new scrutiny of Tesla's autopilot system and an issue with steering wheels that can come off. I'm Lisa dwyer. U.S. safety regulators are turning up the heat on Tesla, announcing investigations and steering wheels coming off some SUVs. And a fatal crash involving a Tesla suspected of using an automated driving system when it ran into a part fire truck in California. The national highway traffic safety administration posted documents, revealing an investigation of steering wheels that can detach from the steering column on as many as 120,000 model Y SUVs, while a special crash investigation team will probe what happened in a February crash involving a 2014 Tesla Model S and a fire department ladder truck. They are looking at how the autopilot system detects and responds to emergency vehicles parked on highways, the agency has become more aggressive in pursuing safety problems with teslas in the past year, announcing multiple recalls and investigations
Jennifer Horn Weighs in on LA's Sanctuary City Status
"Your LA city council out there is talking about becoming a sanctuary city again. Are they really going to go with this? Is that a thing again? Well, you know what's so funny is I read the same story this morning and I thought, wait a second, is it Los Angeles? Already a sanctuary city. I mean, we've been doing any time you go to jail, the jails are not allowed to work with ice. They're not cooperating. So essentially why do we even have to make it official again? Because we've already been acting in this same vein. It's absolutely insane. I think that they run out of things to do. And now that they're going to end the COVID emergency finally at the end of March so they think what other thing can we get into? Maybe we need to revisit sanctuary fun again. I mean, you have so much craziness. You have the LA fire department and the LAPD, all coming out in the LA fire just recently just today actually LAPD last month, saying that they want to they want to reduce the test and the testing and the standard for hiring because they want to get they want to achieve equity instead of equality. And so they want to lower the standards so they can bring in more women. They can bring in more minorities. Here's the thing. I don't care what color you are. I don't care what gender you are, but I want you to be able to pass the test. Show up. That's too much to ask. I don't think that's unreasonable.
Tyre Nichols probe: 7 from Memphis police fired, 1 retired
"More investigative records from the fatal arrest of Tyree Nichols are expected today, including previously unreleased video. A 7th employee of the Memphis police department has been fired over the Tyree Nichols case, while an 8th retired before his disciplinary hearing Memphis city legal officer Jennifer sink says had he not retired this individual would have been terminated in all 13 members of the Memphis police have been administratively charged and 5 officers face second degree murder charges, while three fire department employees were fired, and one suspended. The city plans to release a trove of information related to the investigation, including about 20 additional hours of video and audio, records and charging information that will reveal the identities of employees facing discipline, the Memphis police chief has said she sees no evidence to justify the nickel's traffic stop or the officer's response, the 29 year old died in January 3 days after he was stopped and brutally pummeled by police. I'm Jennifer King
Norfolk Southern to pay millions for derailment: governor
"Norfolk Southern will pay Pennsylvania several $1 million to cover the cost of a toxic train derailment last month just across the border in Ohio. Pennsylvania governor Josh Shapiro says the railroad company will pay $5 million to reimburse fire departments for equipment contaminated or damaged and $1 million to beaver and Lawrence counties to help businesses and residents whose livelihoods were damaged. Meanwhile, the cleanup from the February 3rd train derailment continues in east Palestine, Ohio, and the EPA has ordered Norfolk Southern to cover those costs, concern over an explosion led state and local officials to approve releasing and burning toxic vinyl chloride from 5 tanker cars. No one was injured. I'm Julie Walker.
"fire department" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"On a couple of walls are still holding up with many of the people that I spoke to were scared that the fire was going to spread. Now the owner of a grocery store told me that the flames and the smoke were so strong that he was able to see it from blocks away and the Seattle fire department was here all morning trying to knock down the fire on the 14,000 block of Lake city way northeast. Now they first got the call around 6 15 this morning and it took several hours for firefighters to put it out the fire officials warned people to close their doors and windows to prevent them from breathing the smoke. That's komal forest coronavirus. Sound transit now says that light rail line from Federal Way to Tacoma won't be open until at least 2035. David Jackson with sound transit says floodplain issues have taken the 5 station out of the running and a second potential station location is not much better. The alignment along I 5 have some serious constructibility issues and also potential cultural resources in that area. So we need to study an additional alignment along SR 99. The sound transit board will convene march 23rd to discuss the options, but at this point, the estimate light rail from Federal Way which should open in 2024 or 25 will take about ten more years to reach Tacoma. A state economist says personal income is stable, statewide, and revenue collection is strong. In other words, a predicted recession has yet to land locally. We have more from northwest news radios. Corwin Hague, four months, economists have been abuzz over layoffs, inflation, and the coming recession, consumers still have some serious concerns. On the other hand, they're continuing to buy things. That's doctor Steven lurch, executive director and chief economist, with the Washington state economic and revenue forecast, trying to get a fix on our local economy. He says, despite all those tech layoffs late last year, overall income has remained level statewide. We do have a little bit lower levels of Washington personal income compared to what we were looking at in November. The overall growth rates on average are quite similar. Nor are tax collectors complaining. Still very good growth, 6.4% year over year. While none of that suggests a booming economy, it's not necessarily recessionary either, but lurch says, check back later this year, when tech companies severance packages run out, corwin hake, northwest, news radio. Boeing CEO David Calhoun padded his bottom line by another 22 and a half $1 million in the last year. However, the company did not pay him a $7 million bonus because it will fail to get its new triple 7 X jetliner into service by the end of this year. The company says the jet will be behind schedule for reasons largely beyond mister Calhoun's control, but they also say some of his decisions regarding the plane contributed to the miss. The better business bureau warning of a new banking impostor scam that targets members of the military, the BBB's Logan hickel explains how it works. The service member receives a call and that caller says that the service member was supposedly underpaid. They demand the service member's name, rank, and confirmation of a my pay payroll deposit. And they then demand that that service member wire money to them immediately supposedly to return that incorrect deposit. Now, the caller says it's the only way for the defense finance and accounting service to deposit the correct amount, echo tells komo TV that that's a lie just to get your money. Northwest news times, 6 ten, time to check in with Bill Schwartz at the Beacon plumbing sports desk. What happens in Vegas could be another kook upset. Washington state's women last night in round two of the PAC 12 women's tournament at 8 30 tonight, the cougars are in the conference semifinal game against three seat Colorado. The WSU has 21 wins already, likely good enough to get into the NCAA a big dance. The Seattle kraken last season re signed forward Jared McCann, and boy it sure looks to have been the right move. It's
"fire department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Los Angeles County fire department is sending supplies to Ukraine's first responders as the country continues to defend itself from Russia's invasion Fire chief Daryl osby says his department is eager to help Whatever we can do to assist them to enable them to protect the lives and property of their fellow citizens we're on board The department count the requests for supplies earlier this week at sending 5 pallets of gear including boots bulletproof vests turnouts gloves and helmets paramedics also pitched in with medical supplies Ukraine president zelensky is calling for meaningful talks to stop the Russian invasion In a video message early today zelensky said I want everyone to hear me now especially in Moscow The time has come for a meeting it's time to talk And President Biden is warning Chinese president Xi about aiding Russia during its ongoing invasion of Ukraine The White House issued a readout of a call between the two leaders where Biden cited the implications and consequences of Chinese assistance to Russia I'm Brad Steve And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom New York City's new health commissioner doctor ashwin vasan says that the city's private sector vaccine mandate will remain in place indefinitely Doctor bassan said he was also keeping the city's mask mandate for children under the age of 5 in place until further notice he spoke at a briefing Friday The news comes as concerns continue to grow over the new omicron sub variant BA two which now accounts for about 30% of new COVID cases in the city Stocks rose for a fourth day in a row Friday closing out their biggest weekly gains since November 2020 investors have welcomed the long expected pivot from the Federal Reserve from stimulating the economy to fighting inflation Jim Paulson is chief investment strategist at Luthor whedon capital and he says the market correction has been predictable and stocks are attractive And the combination of pessimism which is really elevated after about a year of going nowhere And with strong fundamentals I think is a buying opportunity for investors For the week the S&P 500 rows 6.2% Jersey cities Saint Peter's college will try to advance to the sweet 16 tonight after that game that shook up the men's NCAA tournament brackets Bloomberg's Michael Barr reports Saint Peter's proud as a peacock will face Murray state in round two of the tournament Thursday night.
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"Did you know? A fire department responds to a fire every 24 seconds. First alert is reminding you to be prepared by installing smoke and carbon monoxide alarms on every level and in each bedroom of your home. Don't forget to add first alert fire extinguishers on every level and in common places like the kitchen and know how to use them. Protect your whole home. With safety you can trust by visiting first alert, calm and Lowe's stores today Are you the parent of a 227 year old? Listen closely for an exciting free radio offer by now, you've probably heard of ABC Mouth the Parent's Choice Award winning online learning program that's actually changing the lives of early learners everywhere ABC mess with like a little one on one teacher. It has helped her so much. Right now we're offering a special radio promo to try it free for a month. But you have to go to ABC mouse dot com slash radio to claim your free month that ABC news dot com slash radio sponsored by age of learning, Meet Bob Monetti, my wife and I just celebrated 45 memorable years together. She and my daughter, Katie, are my anchors Bob and Wendy spent time fundraising for healthcare causes. I guess I liked it so much. I decided to become a patient in 2016. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. I assume that there was no hope for people with my diagnosis. Bob participated in a clinical trial that included cutting edge radiation therapy and surgery. He's been in remission since completion. I'm so glad that I learned about what was possible for me. I'm Keisha Sharp. Since losing my mother to pancreatic cancer. I've been working to ensure that everyone facing this diagnosis knows about the immense progress being made. Stand up to cancer and Lustgarten Foundation are working together to make every person diagnosed into a long term survivor like Bob visit pancreatic cancer collective dot org furnished by Stand up to cancer. Hello. This is Bramble Toby, inviting you to come back to the vets as the Rhode Island Harmonic and.
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"Belgium's fire department tweeted That nine other people were injured in the collapse and three remained in intensive care. As of Saturday. I'm Jim Forbes protesters will be out when a 26 ft statue of Maryland Monroe is unveiled in Palm Springs. Tonight, several groups plan to protest what they called the sexual objectification of Monroe. 17 ton statue called Forever Maryland has been displayed in cities around the country. I'm Cameron Fairchild, A federal judge agrees with the state of Florida in a lawsuit over centers for Disease control rules restricting the cruise industry. The judge granted a preliminary injunction against the CDC's covid 19 vaccination rules for cruise ships. Florida claims the CDC rules requiring proof of vaccination are in violation of their state law, causing unnecessary harm to the cruise industry and floor. This economy. The judge's ruling changes the CDC requirements to recommendations for cruise goers who embarked from Florida Port I'm Bill Trapero. Police are investigating a hit and run in the Bronx, which left six family members injured. Col. De Castro reports. Cops say it happened Sunday around three a.m. near East 170 of Street and Sheridan Avenue. In the Claremont section, a family was having a party when suddenly a gray jeep jumped a curb and plowed into the group at a high rate of speed, striking six members of the same family. A 34 year old woman is in critical condition at Lincoln Hospital. While five others suffered minor injuries. Cops say the driver of the vehicle fled the scene on foot soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo Scores big off the field, The Portuguese forward became the first person ever to reach 300 million Instagram followers. Dwayne the Rock Johnson is the next closest that 246 million. Ronaldo was also the first person to reach the 200 million mark. It comes the same week Ronaldo became the all time leading scorer at European Championships. I'm Brian Shook an American athlete breaks the world shot put record Ryan Krauser through the iron ball a record 23.37 M at the Olympic trials in Oregon just over 76 FT eight inches, shattering the previous world record by a full eight inches. Browser, won the gold medal at the Olympics in 2016. He will defend the gold in Tokyo next month. I'm Cameron Fairchild, and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. World powers and Iran failed after 1/6 round of negotiations in Vienna to revive the nuclear deal that would lift US sanctions on Iran in exchange for its scaling back its atomic activities. Day after hardline cleric Ebrahim Raisi was declared the winner of Iran's presidential election. Diplomats finished up their sixth round of meetings with big gaps remaining two men, the six year old accord. As we've been reporting New York City mayoral candidates Andrew Yang and Kathryn Garcia were attempting to shake up the mayor's race by campaigning together yesterday they're looking to cut into the front runner status of Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. Today is the last day of early voting for those elections. Listen for coverage of the primaries here on Bloomberg Radio Tuesday night, starting at seven p.m. After stocks dropped last week, investors have begun to worry over further declines as the Federal Reserve moves to rein in any rise in the rate of inflation. Pak Mara Commercial Bank of Dubai, head of investment says he's not concerned when you have a very strong economic recovery. The economy can take a bit of tapering, but we don't expect that they for tantrum this time around. Merah was interviewed on Bloomberg. Daybreak. Middle East 15 months after shutting down for the pandemic, Radio City Music Hall reopened its doors yesterday We get more about that, from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Radio city opened with the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of a new Dave Chappelle documentary. It was a full house and all were fully vaccinated. Masks were not required inside Radio City. But proof of vaccination was last night was the closing night for the 20th Tribeca Festival. Today, Medicine Square Garden host its first full capacity concert with the Foo Fighters..
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"A county fire department has strike teams ready to go. The state of California announced over the weak and the state is spending $2 billion to fight fires this summer. This double the normal budget, the state persist. Seven of those C one thirties, those giant planes that was like 7 40 sevens that dropped the fire retardant. And Gavin and company about a dozen fire Hawk helicopters replacing helicopters from the seventies. The campaign to recall L. A County district attorney, George Gascon hit close to home for George this weekend. The petition drive officially kicked off in front of his house in Long Beach. George and his fellow Long Beach. Ian's weren't amused. The recall Gascogne Ian's have until the end of October. Together 580,000 Signatures Tin Horn Flats Saloon and Grill has been fighting with the city of Burbank. Since the pandemic began. The city forced it to close but a fence around the place. But loyal patrons of tin horn flats are willing to get busted by. Cops Protest ng it's closing. Three men were arrested and released with citations Saturday afternoon. After making their way inside the fenced perimeter and refusing police request to disperse. They were part of a crowd of more than 50 people gathered to protest a judge's decision. Do not lift. A preliminary injunction that was imposed on the bar Friday, which kept the saloon and grill closed after ownership repeatedly defied health mandates at the height of the pandemic. And Jeffrey's K ABC News L. A County has had a vaccination milestone more than 50% of US in L, A County, 16 and older have been vaccinated for covert 19. Barbara is thrilled. It is truly thrilling to see us reach this landmark. That's apparently what Barbara sounds like when she's thrilled. K ABC News is part by the N H. T s say there's no such thing as a good excuse for not putting on your seat belt. Law enforcement or writing tickets. So why take the risk anyway? Do the smart thing start buckling up every trip day or night? Click it or.
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"The Hall County Fire Department. Georgia Department of Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black says vegetable producers in South Georgia are dealing with lost crops because of all that severe weather this past Saturday. Bad situation these kind of events almost every year. See them. Uh, did clip from the heavy rains Standpoints Black, saying that heavy rain and hail did a number on everything from squashed a bell peppers to cabbage. There's more news it access Wdun. Now we'll look at the access Wdun forecast. Mix of sun and clouds Becoming mostly cloudy later in the day, southwest breeze High of 83 Partly cloudy 62 for tonight Partly sunny 83 tomorrow Friday 30% chance of early showers later, Partly sunny. Friday. 77 from the Access Wdun Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Tom Wetherby. 65 degrees right now in Brass Hilton in Helen. It's 63 65 in Gainesville. From North Gorgeous News. Talk. Am 5 50 FM. One of 2.9 wdun 80, 85 90 95. No, That's not the temperature outside that's inside your house. If you're a C dies, how well do you think you'll sleep that night? Hi. This is Berk from conditioned air systems. And if you want a good night's sleep all the time call condition near systems for complete tune up by one of our certified technicians. That way. When the temperature goes up, it will only be outside call 1 880, repair or visit conditioned air systems, com conditioned air systems and try and keeping North Georgia cool with your office Employees five or 500. You need also equipment and solutions that you can count on from multi function systems that copy print scan who workflow solution for effectively made. Eating your crucial information. Duplicating products is your ticket to a smoothly running awful Hello. I'm magnet with duplicating problems. Your local authorized dealer for cannon and seven office solution for more than 45 years. Now we have divided our clients with the very best available solutions and a genuine partnership. Take us out today at duplicating products dot com. The Martha Zoller Show is presented by Gainesville Mechanical on North Georgia's News dog am by 50 and FM one or 2.9. W do you in Supports massive tax increases. He honestly believes the federal government can spend the money you earn better than you can. Deficits.
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"Calendar dot com. Wt opiate for 18 traffic and weather on the eights to Jo Conway in the W T o p traffic center. Michael start off in Virginia on the capital Beltway from Alexandria on the Internet approaching van Door straight ahead of the earlier crash along the left side of the roadway delays were easing a bit, but as you make your way farther west on the Internet toward the Springfield interchange in delays as well. The visibility, of course quite pours. The snow continues to fall, and the wet pavement does remain an issue elsewhere. Let's go. Louden County 28 North bound the radical western, About seven they looked for a spin out crash on that exit ramp. He also went out on 28 South to look for one year wax pool Road on the Maryland Beltway in and looked after 3 55 crash activity. Stay to the right to get by. On the Internet, but the belly Prince George's county before Pennsylvania Avenue, your crash was moved to the shoulder. You're traveling there, once again available elsewhere in Maryland on to 70 South bound. Your crash was after 109. There. At last report, the left lane was blocked the crash activity If you're driving, I 70 going east. They went out to look for a crash. After about 75 the exit for new market That one is reportedly blocking the right lane. They went out also to look for a crash on westbound. I 70 approaching Route 94 the exit for Woodbine Road driving in the district. The earlier structure, fire building fire on Georgia Avenue was north or near Park Road. And at last report there, Northwest. You were under road crew and fire department direction. They confirm that I 81 the seriousness of this crash. I 81 North bound. He crashed north of route 90. Except for one of the exits for Martinsburg. They've now temporally stop the North bound travel lanes. If you're going north your last time, Chester exit and used about 11 is your bypass is going to be around nine. I'm Jo Conway wtlv traffic now to storm team for meteorologist Mike Standiford one of those a stay home and enjoy a nice hot cup of cocoa days, huh? Yeah, especially with the snow still falling across the region. I 95 from the Beltway northward to the laurel.
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"Let's put the Los Angeles Fire Department shut the entrance to the vaccination center at the Dodger Stadium at about 2 P.m.. As a precaution, the protesters had members of anti vaccine and far right groups. Some of them carried signs condemning the covered 19 vaccine and shouting for people not to get the shots. Meanwhile, in New York City woman temporarily admitted to a nursing home, but denied the covert vaccine. Dies from the virus. A week and a half later, the 66 year old patient died after the dry harbor nursing home in Queens on Lee gave vaccines to permanent residents. Feta Fontanetta was a patient there, recovering from a leg infection. She was later transferred to a hospital, where she was diagnosed with co vid and died. No comment from dry Harbor in New York Gary Bomb Garden Fox News Also new tonight a bipartisan push for an investigation over trading platform. Robin Hood's handling of game stops, stock sales, well Wall Street and Main Street still trying to make sense of this whole story Friday, all three indexes suffered their worst day since October, or Texas predicting $19 billion in short seller losses. Robin Hood, along with other trading, APS, are under fire for holding trades on Gamestop and other volatile stocks. Well, big hedge funds were free to continue buying and selling President Biden and the White House have dodged questions on their whether the government will step in telling reporters basically talked to the SEC boxes Lauren Blanchard, adding that the SEC says it's quote working with our fellow regulators to assess the situation and review the activities. America is listening to Fox News. From the Bucks, News Podcasts Network download and listen to the media buzz meter, with Howard Kurtz, Aside for charged with 17 counts of espionage and one of computer misuse over the wiki leaks publication of those thousands of leaked military and diplomatic documents, his lawyers say, Oh, he's acting as a journalist. I'd like to see that testimony Court of never regarded Julian aside as a journalist. I don't think it takes the precautions that journalists do that. He just tries to do damage.
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"Text Mr. Fix it today at 31 to 91 7200. Page one. The numbers in Illinois 4191 new cases of covert 19 103 additional deaths. The good news is the positivity rate is down little bit 4.3% page to fire officials are investigating whether it was a space heater that caused that terrible fire that killed a young mother and her four daughters Wednesday and displays the displays. Fire department Says a preliminary investigation found the fire originated at the top of the stairs leading to a second floor unit of the duplex home and we will have more on this, especially in terms of safety and what you need to know about space heaters when we talked to Manfredini coming up in just a couple of minutes here. Pastry. Hundreds of pets have died and others have been sickened after eating, recalled pet food manufactured by Midwestern pet foods. According to the FDA. They've updated a recall notice. As of January, 21st. The FDA became aware that more than 110 dogs died and over 210. Others fell ill after consuming food from the company's Oklahoma plant that may contain potentially fatal levels of Alfa Toxins. Recall includes all pet food products containing corn. Manufactured in the company's Oklahoma manufacturing plant. They have an expiration date on or before July. 9th of 2020 to recall includes 19 products that may still be on store shelves. Online or in pet owners Home. Page four. A Naperville attorney has filed a federal lawsuit against the popular online stock brokerage Robin Hood after it restricted trading in game stop. BlackBerry and other companies who stocks surged in prices. Small investors battle Wall Street short sellers in the complaint filed in U. S District Court in Chicago. The allegation is To option contracts. Two options contracts for BlackBerry decreased by almost 200% home and may concern AMC Entertainment continues to open theaters and Cinemark will reopen seven of its Illinois movie theaters today. Joining a M C and Milwaukee based Marcus Theaters, starting to re open rules for all theaters require capacity to be reduced to 25% masks must be warned social distancing in the auditorium's Cinemark. Openings in Illinois. Melrose Park, Bourbon, a Deer Park Juliet mall, Link North or North Aurora on South Lincoln Way there Also the Spring Hill Mall and Woodridge. AMC announced last week that it would reopen more than two dozen additional Illinois movie theaters as of today, and Those air in the Chicago area, so want to go to the movies. At least you have a chance to do it again. A little standby for viewers,.
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"With his latest executive orders, the executive orders reopens the Affordable Care act insurance enrollment that President Trump had restricted. It also re examines orders that made it tough. Do enroll in Medicaid and reverses Trump's order that restricted abortion access in the U. S and overseas. There's nothing new that we're doing and the president saying basically the best way to describe it to undo the damage, Trump is done and the field ABC NEWS Washington Congressional Democrats are rejecting a Republican pitch to break President Biden's nearly $2 trillion pandemic relief proposal into smaller chunks. They say there isn't enough time with the economy in its current state to court. Republican support Senate majority Leader Charles Schumer. If our Republican colleagues decided to oppose this urgent and necessary legislation We will have to move forward without We have a responsibility. Help the American people fast. Particularly given these new economic numbers. The Senate will begin that work next week. The numbers Schumer refers to another 874,000. Americans filing first time claims for unemployment benefits Last week investigators of Fort Bliss, Texas, or looking into what made 11 soldiers on a field training exercise, fall sick, the base says the soldiers ingested an unknown substance. Two of the soldiers in critical condition. Six workers at a poultry processing plant in Gainesville, Georgia, were killed. 11 hospitalized with respiratory problems after a chemical leak Hall County Fire Department spokesman Zach Bracket the product in question.
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"It was 3 47 last night it was 500. So that is causing pain institutional investors, but it's back down to 1 93 tonight. Charles Schwab, TD Ameritrade and Interactive brokers all similarly restricted amateur traders on their platforms from submitting related trade transactions. This after amateur traders on a reddit thread drove game stock and AMC stock prices higher that led to big losses for hedge fund managers. It doesn't seem fair. If you can buy stocks and sell socks is an institution investor. It seems like retail investors should be able to do the same thing more details in a deadly fire that killed a mother and her four daughters in display Eins. WGN's Kim Gordon reports. The Fire Department says a space heater may be to blame for the fire that killed 25 year Old Cafe Lee's Odio and her daughters. Ages 653 and one preliminary investigation showed the heater was at the top of the stairs of the second floor unit. The only way in and out of the family had no way to escape. Foul play is not suspected, and there were no smoke detectors inside the duplex. Kim Gordon WGN NEWS Chicago police have implemented a plan aimed at pushing back against the rise in Carjackings. More than 120% in the city from this time a year ago and already 185 Carjackings in the 1st 28 days of this year when judges don't properly sentence or Are in a way handcuffed by the juvenile justice system. We're gonna continue to see this 49 toward ultimate Brendan Riley tells WGN's Bob Surat. The criminal justice system in Cook County is partly to blame. Some home health care workers in the Chicago area are expressed in desperation. Charmaine con again owns always best care Senior services in Glenview. Don't tell us that we're group. Want a on then give us nothing. You know, Don't don't tell us that we're going to get back vaccinated. Then give us no direction, she tells WGN can't get an appointment for her 125 eligible employees and at one of our long term clients has already died of killed at 19. Katie Filmon owns Comfort keepers, another long term care facility, this one in Elmhurst. This is how it was in the beginning. When we needed to get our employees tested for covert. It was it was very chaotic. It was like the wild, Wild West out there. County Department of Public Health says it's aware of the issue. House and Senate Democrats in Washington or laying the groundwork to start to go it alone Approach to pass President Joe Biden's $1.9 Trillion killed. 19 rescue plan without Republican support. Rejected a Republican pitch today. That was aimed it, splitting the plan up into smaller chunks and passing the bill as it would unleash $400 billion to expand vaccinations and to reopen schools, $1400 direct payments to qualified Americans and other administration priorities, including a gradual increase in the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour US judge has cleared the way for the extradition of an American father and son accused of sneaking former Nissan Motor Company Chairman Carlos Gone out of Japan in a box. The U. S State Department rather had agreed to hand Michael and Peter Taylor over to Japan about a U. S District Judge shut the time in Massachusetts blocked that extradition. That judge tonight says it can move forward. Court papers show Lawyers for.
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"Carry out the alleged scheme. Secretary Defense Lloyd Austin wants reports on sexual assault prevention programs in the military. You're listening to ABC News. Now Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 KFBK Bay area is experiencing a sudden jump in nice you that capacity. Multiple reports say the ICU bed past the for the region is 23.4%, but the state has not made it clear when the Bay Area's stay at home health order will be lifted. Crews put out a first alarm fire in San Francisco last night. Firefighters were called to the 1500 block of Great Highway. The San Francisco Fire Department says there may have been a person trapped in the fire. The city's police department confirms there were no injuries from the incident. Country Music nightclub in 1000 Oaks. That was the scene of a November 2018 shooting massacre is going to be turned down. The owners of the property that includes a borderline bar and grill. Don't want the business to continue and have submitted a request for demolition. Aymara well belong. Sacramento traffic from the KFBK Traffic Center north, down five in Sacramento. Between South Land Park Drive and the connector ramp to both 50 and Broadway. We got alternating lane closures in the number one through number four lanes. Eastbound 50 from the Camp City, 99 merge to 65th Street heads up for alternating lane closures and the number one through number five lanes till ADM due to cable installation. It was bound 50 We have a full on ramp closure at 59th till ADM. Dude who was striping operation with traffic. Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Steve Harare News 93.1 kfbk. Now. Sacramento weather Clear and cold overnight low 33 to 37 becoming cloudy.
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"Happy New Year. Happy New Year to you. All right. So Article two section for, says the president, vice president and all civil officers of United States shall be removed from office on impeachment for and conviction of Treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors. Can a president who's already out of office be in peace? I don't. I don't see how. As you just read Shawn. The purpose. Of impeachment is removal, So if there's nothing to remove, there's nothing to do this kind of like Kind of like calling the fire Department when your house burned down two years ago. Um, it's there's nothing to do. There's no case or controversy here. There's no constitutional basis for it. Just like there's no logical basis for it. But there is a purpose, according to Democrats, and that is Michael to prevent Donald Trump from running again and beating them in 2024. Yeah, that's I'm aware of that. But I really think that as you said that Z That's what they say. I think that there's a bigger problem that they have that might be in play here, and that's that they have back in law school. There is there was a doctor and I learned and baby baby, the first week of contract says fraud officiates everything it permeates. Broad vitiate everything that permeates that is to say everything from touches. Has avoided have no effect. And so I think the big problem here is that there's we've had an election that maybe 75 million people, maybe more. Considered to be invalid and they've got that problem, so the way they solve that problem, or they try. That problem typically is to change the subject and into attack rather than to defend on guy think that's what they're trying to do with the help of the mainstream media. This vote that they claim they're gonna have is gonna be a trial and al McConnell saying they're gonna delay until February to give the present opportunity to Appointed attorney and due process, etcetera. But do presidents, not a criminal trial? This is a political weapon, but With the bill of Attainder. Would it apply here for any Congress to pass or vote on anything that punishes a private citizen after the fact that's it? That's it. Excellent point. Um, it's actually that's an excellent constitutional scholar point. There's something that thank you. Well, I took your course, thieves of the questions that we learned to ask ability. Attainder is just for people who don't know it is really a legislative finding of guilt. Where is the finding of guilt is really a The job of the judiciary. Now, in this case, a new impeachment is kind of a hybrid situation where There is a trial, but there's the purpose of the trial again. As we said at the top is removal and there's there's nothing. There's nothing to remove. So this I think this Is for whatever purpose it is done is done for another purpose. Not for this purpose because this purpose is not logical or reasonable. Well, there's an old saying in broadcasting, of course, and that is that Sean Casey officiates talk radio. I think I think I learned that in the good word, right. I love that word appreciates everything that permeates so they've got that problem. I think they're dealing with and their priorities are perverse here in their strategies of shallow and self serving, I think The logic internal. We play a sound bite last half hour, Michael from Nancy Pelosi, who says Basically the reason that they have to impeach is because if they don't impeach it would hurt unity. Yes. Oh, that s O. That's the hell I didn't. I didn't bring that up, Bruce, because that just hurts my head. Theo. Try to explain him. Wrap my brain around there. Yeah, that's that's just Just nonsense. And you know, you just had Congressman Harrison and again. Here's his. That's another change of the subject. We're going to try to make the the issue Congressman Hatters rather than what the issue really is it Z. It's more of the same. And I think you're gonna you're going to see more of that This This is what we're in for. Unless unless these wrongs air redressed You know, getting back to the Constitution? Of course, it leaves it up to the state legislatures, the manner and timing and choosing of electors on then we found out that in many of these especially battleground states, those state legislatures were either ignored. Or they were bypassed by governors by by others. And so there there are constitutional questions here. Why didn't any court Either federal circuit appellate or even the Supreme Court. Why are they just reluctant? Tioga checked themselves into anything political. I hate to use this word, but they're cowards. There. Yeah, they actually have a duty and especially with regard to that Texas case that was brought by Texas. Against the other states. The Supreme Court has original jurisdiction. It can't it can't avoid taking that case. It has to take that case and get it didn't So we're seeing, you know, you hear people talk all the time. Shawn about there's there's There's been no fraud. There's been there's no evidence of fraud. Well, do you like irregularities in the election laws of the various states that you just talked about our prima fascia? Evidence of that? That's that's primo party. Uh, regularity. So, um You know, Of course, we saw the disclosure of switching by preset algorithms and the machines and we saw ballots come out from under tables. I mean, you know on more, I believe more evidences gives gives continuing and so that they've been screaming about the legitimacy of Trump and his his administration for four years. But now this is a huge problem they have. They have more than 75 million people. I believe you do not believe that their legitimate and we're going to see how that plays out. You know, you survive law school. Can you explain to me Because I don't get this at all. The President United States was very own reelection was at stake was repeatedly told by the Supreme Court in others that he had no standing. How could that possibly be? Oh, they the Supreme Court went and the courts generally when they when they don't want to deal with something they used standing, um or they used the rightness of the issue. There's a number of preliminary things that they invented that say that it was a case that but Michael's all our members, but in the end If they're talking about the rightness is the issue. They said. The issue is not right. And then after the election, they said, Sorry, too late. Bingo. I mean, what do you suppose to do? File on Election day. While the polls are open and hope they'll hear it by seven PM now it's well, of course you're pointing out the Nonsense and the for the court to act like it acted is really just in an act of cowardice. I did not. He did not do their job. And you're right. On the one hand, they say you're not ripe yet. I'm standing and then then they said, Well, it's over. There's there's There's nothing to be. There's nothing to be done. That's a dereliction of their duty and regrettably The court has been, you know, injecting itself into cases for years and ruling and it's on its own behalf of that's kind of what they do. Well, thank you. Michael, What's our website again? Oh, the American view dot com The American You got coming up three course that will help you to understand these things and articulate them. Very good Bye, Michael Parker. Thanks, guys. I appreciate it. Thank you, Michael 8 43 right now. Traffic.
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"And his detail the president signed 10 pandemic related executive orders expanding federal mask mandates during travel, adding restrictions for travelers entering the U. S and directing FEMA. Create vaccination centers with the goal of 100 by next month on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News I'll cover 19 vaccinations, dinners continued to open across North taxes. Alan Eyes D partnered with the city and Fire department to create a drive thru vaccine location at the Eagle Stadium. Allen Fire chief Jonathan Boyd says it's appointment only for groups, one A and one B. The important thing to know is that we continue to get more doses each week. The amount of doses will continue to go up and we're gonna We were gonna get deliver those doses as quickly as possible. So we're gonna eventually get to everyone that wants the vaccine. You can sign up on the Allen Fire Department website and you'll be notified when there's vaccines available and his efforts to ramp up covert vaccines continue. Many areas are reporting vastly more demand than supply. All the officials are urging residents to continue to wear masks and avoid large crowds. Meanwhile, the local cove in 19 case count remains high, especially in the region's most populated counties. Dallas County reported 1978 new cases and 27 desk Thursday. Tarrant County reported 1789 new cases and 26 deaths. And the New York judge on Thursday denied the National Rifle Association's bed to throw out of state lawsuit that seeks to put the powerful gun advocacy group out of business. The senators say they want to fully understand Cruise and Holly's role in the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol when tens of thousands of supporters of then President Trump had gathered that day as Congress voted to formally certify the election results. While Holly and Cruz led objections of the Senate Democrats say both new claims of election fraud Were baseless had led to threats of violence and set the stage for future violence. Both crews and Holly have since condemned the violence. Kim Lamb KIDS, WB AP News From a double D baby news desk, I'm Nicola say your next update is at 5 30 24 7 coverage at double deba p dot coms. Yeah, we're excited, You know? Her first game to hear.
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"Have the fire department. Could you imagine? Trying to live your life. If you had a Anam Bulent of Fire truck and the police always in your front lawn, trying Tolo try to address an emergency. Just life stops. So we're in a constant state of emergency when we're in a constant state of information, That's right. The body is looking Tonto Ward off a a new attack by virus or bacteria or a fungus among us, Erica right, or it's trying to rebuild the space or it's trying to just Deal with what it appears to be an emergency, and the big issue is as we get older, the trigger for cells to to call for emergency services. Is much, much lower so that pain that we have that chronic are out joint pain that we're getting as we get, you know, in her fifties, it's because there's a lower from damage we had in our youth. Imagine all of the sports injuries we had is in our tens and twenties and thirties. Teens. I guess it's not tens. It's teens, right? It that accumulates and it creates a lower threshold for the cells to be activated and to ask for an immune response. This is where curcumin can really play a huge huge difference in people's lives. And if you want to talk about pain, Josh the thing that I I usually don't want to emphasize because we We sometimes put up with pain. And we, it is our new normal, but it's the normal that we've had for 15 years or longer. And I was doing a lot of driving. The last couple of years in my hip was starting to feel it and everything, and I Was my default mindset was when I walk. I'm feeling pain when I do, you know, And I forgot what it felt like to walk without pain constantly in the lower back and hip. I just forgot. And what a joy It is not to have that anymore. This is the default, though for an awful lot of people, do you You anticipate the pain. You think about the pain coming? I know when I was dealing with my hip pain. It was like Okay. When I move, I know it's going to hurt. Can you imagine how much stress that's putting on you to constantly be thinking about overcompensating? And I need to get out of the car this way and do that. It's a nightmare. It just sucks the energy out of Josh. You tell a story about before we met about having some severe issues in your hips. Yeah, And you didn't know when I didn't know you just like you just were like Hey, Would you like to try a bottle of this and it's transforming me about it. It was a five day experience for me. That had been a five year nightmare for me even comfortable chairs like this. Five or 10 minutes in the board room chair like this, I'd have to get up. Move around. Excuse myself for a little bit stretch. It was that bad car trips were out of the question, and I was shocked because You know I was I was. He told me some pretty amazing stories about quick results, But I'm I'm a nutritional guy and thinking, 30 days 45 days. Yeah, maybe I'll get a result with this. Five days later, and I was like, unbelievable. Your people here are stories God everyday people here are stories and we would I beg.