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Los Angeles Officials Reach Deal With Firefighters Amid Budget Crisis

KNX Evening News

00:20 sec | Last week

Los Angeles Officials Reach Deal With Firefighters Amid Budget Crisis

"Firefighters in the city of Los Angeles will avoid Laos and job losses during the pandemic. City officials have reached an agreement with the firefighters union so there won't be any temporary closures of fire stations despite Eli's budget crisis, But the firefighters scheduled salary increase will be put on hold for 18 months. Earlier this week, he said he also reached a tentative deal with non sworn employees to avoid

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Salt Lake Citys two sustainable fire stations

Climate Connections

01:19 min | Last week

Salt Lake Citys two sustainable fire stations

"Dr anthony leiserowitz and this is climate connections fire. Department's mission is to protect people's lives and property and in salt lake city utah. The fire department prioritizes sustainability to we want to be part of the solution to our energy crisis and our environmental challenges that we have. We're always looking to minimize the carbon footprint. Active all our fire facilities that fire. Chief karl leib. He says the city opened two new fire stations in two thousand eighteen. Each has three hundred rooftop solar panels and geothermal heating and cooling now the city's installing even more solar panels at one of the stations with the goal of making it net zero that means it will produce at least as much energy as it uses and the firefighters like being there. It's really a home for the firefighters. They're there for forty hours straight. They eat their sleep there. And they feel very comfortable in these stations. And they're proud to be occupying these buildings. The buildings cost more to build than a typical fire station but there are also far more efficient with led lighting high performance windows in folding doors that minimize heat loss. So leap says the investment will pay off over time and energy savings and for the climate.

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Dave Chappelle set to turn Ohio firehouse into comedy club

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dave Chappelle set to turn Ohio firehouse into comedy club

"Chappelle said to buy a former fire station near his Ohio hometown with plants and turn it into a comedy club. Dayton Daily News reports that the Miami Twp. Fire Station and Yellow Springs will be sold to the 47 year Old Actors company and turned into a club that will see 140 people.

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Dave Chappelle set to turn Ohio firehouse into comedy club

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dave Chappelle set to turn Ohio firehouse into comedy club

"Fire station near his Ohio hometown with plans to turn it into a comedy club. Dayton Daily News reports that Miami Twp. Fire Station and Yellow Springs will be sold to the 47 year Old Actors company and turned into a club that will see 140 people. A member of the Development Corporation board, said the group wanted someone who could breathe life into the station. Chappelle's ties to Ohio go back to his father, who was a college professor in Yellow Springs case. CBS News Time. 5

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Boston Fire Department Create Workshop For Female Firefighters

All Things Considered

03:23 min | Last month

Boston Fire Department Create Workshop For Female Firefighters

"Make up a small percentage of career firefighters in the U. S. And they face unique challenges. Fred Thais reports that in Boston the Fire Department is trying to address that the Boston Fire Department recently put together an unusual workshop for female firefighters Hall of Bruins, a 26 year veteran firefighter. Says the women share common challenges The challenges that I'd say that female firefighters have is pretty much our physical fitness and getting along with, you know our male counterparts. And working together. And as a team, some women still face prejudice. Yes, one firefighter tells the class. The guy in her fire station thinks the only place in the fire department for a woman is as a secretary. Normally women attend Fire department courses along with men, but Fire Commissioner Jack Dempsey realized that some differences need to be addressed. We've done this course for the man and the women certainly were invited, but the physical exercises that's probably the biggest difference, so this was give specifically for women's bodies. Women have a lower center of gravity than men. Boston firefighter Diana McDevitt points out other challenges, I would say being a smaller stature, learning how to use my whole body to do movements rather than just upper body strength. Firefighters learned that they may be more flexible on one side important to know when reaching for something out of fire. Adam LaRue, founder of 02 ex human performance, the training company, The Boston Fire Department hired to run this workshop says Despite physical differences, female firefighters have to accomplish the same tasks has male colleagues. They have to be able to drag and get low, get high throw ladders up overhead. So you can see it's a very physically demanding job. But a lot of people don't recognize that the mental demands to address those mental demands actually ripped a cognitive performance specialist who works with Army special forces. Teaches the women to trust themselves, changing their self talk to recognize those beliefs that hold them back and performing. What are some of those beliefs, for instance, having to prove themselves and if they're not strong enough, you know, and the men are stronger, or at least appear to be more physically fit, Ricky says. In some situations, Women have a physical advantage over men. A smaller person might be able to get through a small window or a cross face to save a baby. She helps the women counter. Another preconception the belief in the perception that women are more emotional or sensitive. Working through this this, you know perspective, and some of the women were saying, You know, I think it's the men that are actually more sensitive. All the instructors in this workshop or women All the Bruins likes that they show a concern for us in a way that they have the same particular feelings or emotions or they understand a different mindset than, say, a male 6% of career. Firefighters in the United States are women in Boston. It's 1%. Since fire commissioner hopes to offer more workshops just for them for NPR news. I'm Fred Thais.

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Santa Ana winds to bring fire danger to Southern California

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Santa Ana winds to bring fire danger to Southern California

"Red flag warnings of extreme fire danger go into effect for a large swath of southern California with Santa Ana winds developing Santa Ana winds blow from the interior toward the coast that creates potentially critical fire conditions with the combination of vegetation withering low humidity and powerful gusts especially below mountain passes and canyons the Santa Anas will affect the region from Ventura county northwest of Los Angeles down to the Mexico border through the holiday and into the weekend cal fire captain Fernando Herrera tells KESQ crews are on twenty four hour call those guys are staying at a fire station they're sleeping there and they're ready to go the winds could also bring blackouts southern California Edison is considering shutting off electricity to more than seventy six thousand customers to avoid power lines sparking wildfires that has Linda Lincoln's in riverside county worried about her thanksgiving dinner hopefully we'll we'll go out and train I'm Ben Thomas

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"fire station" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

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05:54 min | 2 months ago

"fire station" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"We're posted the time of year. When people start thinking about the birth of jesus christ if you remember from anti chapa tubers through three matthew tells us that there were some wise men and these wise men came to see. Jesus a lot of people think that there were three wise men to baba's there were three a lot of people think when it comes to the wise men. They were there when jesus was a newborn. That's simply not true There was no need for hair to destroy children. Two and under jesus had been a newborn the wise men as they come along and they see jesus and they talked to joseph and mary. They make it clear that he's a king. Jesus christ is a king. Have you ever thought about the kingship of jesus christ and considered how ironic it is as a king. Jesus is ironic. Jesus is king but where was his palace. How ironic to have king. That's not living high in the hall. How ironic to have a king the greatest king of all but he doesn't dine with fine food. How ironic to have king. Who is lord of all but not be decked out with expensive clothes how unusual how ironic to the king and you don't have some kind of massive earthly army equipped with the best weapons off. How how ironic. How odd to be a king and have no political alliances. How odd how ironic to be a king and you come and serve people instead of being served. How ironic to be this glorious king and you're not filled with pride you are someone who is humble. How ironic to the king moctezuma king. And you're the only king when you start looking at the christian faith it is a. It is a religion which is filled with irony when people think about religion. They sort of do things in the way that people expect but god says not me. My thoughts are not your thoughts. My ways are not your ways to the prophet isaiah and god shows that in a number of ways one of which is irony as said. Christianity is virtually infused with irony and we see several examples in matthew chapter. Twenty verse sixteen. What we have highlighted in yellow. You may remember that particular teaching. Jesus said there's this man and he owns a vineyard and this fellow needed some employees. He needed some workers needed some waivers so he goes out and begins to hire some people and they agree to a certain wage and they begin to work in vineyard. And then there's another batch of workers and then there's another batch of workers and this goes on throughout the day and finally there's only one hour left in the workday. Jesus said that man goes out and he finally find some people to work for that last hour. Now you imagine that you're on that work route you'll imagine that you are the first people who show up and you work for a full eight or ten hour day shift. you're out. There worked in the heart. Hot sun that blazing sun. The work has been hard. The day has left you filled with sweat and exhausted and at the end of the day. You've been promised to one hundred dollar bills and you think two hundred dollars for the.

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Seattle Mayor Durkan Announces $5.65 Million to Community Organizations Through the Equitable Development Initiative

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle Mayor Durkan Announces $5.65 Million to Community Organizations Through the Equitable Development Initiative

"Several million dollars will go to community groups in what Seattle mayor of Seattle's mayor hopes will be the building blocks for a generational boost. The nearly $6 million awarded by Mayor Jenny Durkan through the Equitable Development Initiative are meant to help mainly African American organizations to build capacity or expand. Facilities as a foundation so that they can then work from the ground up to help preserve the cultures of neighborhoods where people are being priced out Derek and also signed a 99 year lease for fire Station six to Africa Town Community Land Trust, where a black owned business incubator will soon open Africa town director why King Garrett says the investment show another future is possible. He's successful solution developed by community and then embraced and invested by our government can be scaled across sectors, including private Corporate philanthropy sectors. Durkin says she hopes this is the start of what she calls generational investments. Ryan Harris camo News

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"fire station" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:50 min | 2 months ago

"fire station" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"All of their remaining lawsuits against energy giant End Bridge, the company behind the controversial natural gas compressor station by the four River bridge, part of the town's agreement within bridges, a 10 million Dollars up front payment along with additional tax revenue in the years to come now the fire fighter's union is saying that $10 million should go towards reopening the broad Street fire station and getting them new equipment. The firefighter's union over the weekend, releasing a statement, saying they will have to shoulder the burden of any sort of emergency response at the Fore River Bridge. They also noted problems with their current fire truck fleet, even admitting they've had to borrow vehicles from Boston on multiple occasions this year. Jim McKay W B C. Boston's NewsRadio take a ride on the Hyperloop. What is this? This is Richard Branson's Virgin hyper loop. It has just completed the world's first passenger ride. On a super high speed levitating pods system, so the passengers are put inside of a pod, and they hurtle through a vacuum tube at speeds up to 150 miles an hour. The test ride was 107 Miles an hour at the company's dead Loop test site in Las Vegas. This milestone represents a key test for developers who hoped to transform transportation as we know it, and we know transportation needs to be transformed. The future travel could be a 30 minute ride via Hyperloop between New York and Washington are a 10 38. Maybe Wall Street is on the hyper loop this morning. Tracy jockey what is going on at Bloomberg? Certainly speeding along the Dow is not currently at a record, but we've seen it there. Laurie. It is still up the most since April. Searching 1133 points. The NASDAQ is up 147. The SNP is at a record high. It's up, 101. And the reason for the rally is Fizer, which says it's covert. 19 vaccine is effective more than 90% of the time. Fizer stock itself is not at a record. It was a tough day for another drugmaker. Biogen stock is down the most in 15 years after an independent panel advising the FDA said the Cambridge biotech has not proven it's Alzheimer's therapy is effective. I'm Tracy. Junkie. Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's NewsRadio. All right, Tracy. Nice to have some good news, Isn't it? Alright, coming up, Though the state of covert 19 in the United States That's a 10 45 sports Right After this, A winner has been declared. Joe Biden is set to become the 46th, president of the United States. Information You trust from the number one radio station in Boston, BZ. Boston's news radio. SG is responsible investing who's responsible for building SG into your investments at P. Jim, the pursuit is on.

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Los Angeles Fire Department's robot goes where firefighters can't

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Los Angeles Fire Department's robot goes where firefighters can't

"Tech tech tool tool for for the the Fire Fire department. department. A A robot robot firefighting firefighting device device could could be be a a game game changer changer in in battling battling major major structure structure fires in saving lives when dealing with the building on the verge of collapse. The RS, which saves for robotic solutions was used during a major emergency fire in a textile business. Just this morning, £3500 robotic firefighting unit moved into the burning building on tractor trends and push burning debris out of the way with the snowplow style steel wedged help the crews put out the blaze. It also has the ability to spray 2500 gallons of water a minute from a camera guide nozzle on board, If need Big L a City fire chief chief Ralph Ralph Terrazas Terrazas says. says. This This quarter quarter million million dollar dollar machine machine we we put put in in the the hands hands of of specialist specialist for for further further testing. testing. We're We're assigning assigning it it to to our our downtown downtown fire fire station, station, Urban Urban search search and and rescue rescue fire fire station station and and I I want want our our experts experts who are experts at everything. You They are able to operate the Rs three. At this point, officials feel the Rs three named after the fire stations assigned to has almost unlimited uses, depending upon the imagination of the operators using it in

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Friday in Seattle: Light the night for fallen firefighters

News, Traffic and Weather

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Friday in Seattle: Light the night for fallen firefighters

"Field and T Mobile Park where turned red honor fallen firefighters and their families. It's part of the nationwide like the night tribute. Earlier, all Seattle fire stations turned on their apparatus. Emergency lights for 15 minutes. You remember those firefighters who made the ultimate sacrifice?

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Stunned residents tour Oregon town devastated by wildfires

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Stunned residents tour Oregon town devastated by wildfires

"The wildfires moving through the Pacific Northwest wiped out much of the small town of Phoenix in Oregon Brian Pearson says the flames arrived very quickly we didn't have time to think Robert partridge soon realized the magnitude of this wildfire that took the picture was just a wall of smoke and the wall got closer and closer this is a good idea to take we're gonna be able to out run it he did out run it but his house is gone Jerry Walker in Phoenix says it will be a long recovery in devastation like this ever in my life yeah you doing war would not hear the small farming town of mold in Washington was also mostly destroyed losing its fire station post office city hall and library I'm a Donahue

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Stunned residents tour Oregon town devastated by wildfires

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Stunned residents tour Oregon town devastated by wildfires

"The wildfires moving through the Pacific Northwest wiped out much of the small town of Phoenix in Oregon Brian Pearson says the flames arrived very quickly we didn't have time to think Robert partridge soon realized the magnitude of this wildfire that took the picture was just a wall of smoke and the wall got closer and closer this is a good idea to take we're gonna be able to out run it he did out run it but his house is gone Jerry Walker in Phoenix says it will be a long recovery in devastation like this ever in my life yeah you doing war would not hear the small farming town of mold in Washington was also mostly destroyed losing its fire station post office city hall and library I'm a Donahue

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Firefighters overtaken by flames in California mountains

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Firefighters overtaken by flames in California mountains

"Than a dozen California firefighters try to keep a melt in fire station from burning and they were Overrun by Friday Tuesday. In the process, several of them heard at least one of them critically. Military helicopters have rescued more than 150. People stranded in the burning wilderness. CBS News correspondent Jonathan Vick Liatti has more The creek fire is being called an unprecedented disaster. Spiraling claims in all directions. We saw it first hand These are the kinds of unbelievable conditions that rescues are facing and why they simply can't get to those campers that are trapped deep inside this forest campgrounds had been packed on a Labor Day weekend that quickly became a nightmare. There's fire offsides around us. The California National Guard meet some rescues, but had to abort several more. With the fire still too treacherous

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Firefighters overtaken by flames in California mountains

The KDKA Radio Morning News

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Firefighters overtaken by flames in California mountains

"Firefighters injured Tuesday overrun by flames as they protected a fire station in the rugged mountains near the central California coast. One of the firefighters was in critical condition. The injuries. Caymus helicopters rescued more than 150 people stranded in a burning forest in the middle of the state. California has set a record with two million acres burned this year, More than two dozen major fires are burning, the state's largest utility has turned off power to 172,000 customers. To prevent more fires.

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Firefighters Hospitalized With Injuries From Battling Wildfire In California

The KDKA Radio Morning News

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Firefighters Hospitalized With Injuries From Battling Wildfire In California

"On the situation in California more than a dozen firefighters overrun by flames, trying to protect a fire station in rugged mountains near the central California coast. One of those firefighters in critical condition on Tuesday. The injuries came as military helicopters rescued more than 150 people stranded in a burning forest in the middle of the state. California's set a record with two million acres burned so far in this wildfire year, More than two dozen major fires are burning. At the moment, the

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Firefighters overtaken by flames in California mountains

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Firefighters overtaken by flames in California mountains

"Several firefighters were overrun by flames while trying to protect a fire station in the rugged mountains near the central California coast. Three firefighters were airlifted to a hospital in Fresno and last report. One was in critical condition. They were working the Dolan fire at Los Padres National Forest 14. Firefighters had to deploy their individual fire shelter, which is designed to protect them by allowing the fire to roar over them. The injured firefighters were burned and suffered smoke inhalation. The Dolan fire has burned more than 73,000 acres since August 18th and is 40% contained

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Los Angeles - Several firefighters injured in California blaze

Clark Howard

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Los Angeles - Several firefighters injured in California blaze

"Firefighters were overrun by flames while trying to protect a fire station. The rugged mountains near the central California coast. One is in critical condition. The injuries came as as military military helicopters helicopters rescued rescued more more than than 150 150 people. people. Stranded Stranded in in a a burning burning forest forest in in the the middle middle of of the the state. state.

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Firefighters overtaken by flames in California mountains

John Howell

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Firefighters overtaken by flames in California mountains

"Firefighters in California trying to protect a mountain fire station from flames were overrun by the blaze. Leading several seriously injured. ABC is Matt Gutman has more. More than two dozen major fires are burning through the state. Nearly 14,000 firefighters battling impossible conditions. California passing the grim milestone of two million acres burned record. The dome in fire Monterey County, nearly doubling in size overnight moving so quickly 15 firefighters were forced to deploy fire shelters. Those are only used when their lives are in immediate danger at least two and taken to the hospital, one of them in critical condition Today, rescue choppers pulled 164 people from wildfires in the Sierra National Forest.

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Hundreds of Charges Filed in Downtown Los Angeles Building Explosion and Fire That Injured Firefighters

KNX Evening News

01:16 min | 5 months ago

Hundreds of Charges Filed in Downtown Los Angeles Building Explosion and Fire That Injured Firefighters

"Operators operators of of several several downtown downtown L L A A buildings buildings are are now now facing facing hundreds hundreds of of criminal criminal charges charges for for alleged alleged safety safety safety safety violations. violations. It It led to a massive fire and explosion, which almost killed nearly a dozen firefighters were also now starting to hear the personal accounts of many of the men who lived through that inferno. 11 firefighters from L. A city fire station, nine were seriously burned in May, when they were fighting a fire in a building off Avoid street. An explosion sent fireballs over the ladder trucks as they try to escape that day. Her in. Soriano is one of them. He spoke with cane exit the Grossman burn Centre where he and some of the others were treated. There's fire fire at at our our feet feet and and we're we're trying trying to to obviously obviously get get down down the the ladder ladder we we became became engulfed engulfed myself myself and and the the firefighter firefighter in in front front of of me me ended ended up up getting getting stuck stuck on on the aerials with our axes because we came barreling down, Soriano said. He thought he was going to die pulled free by a couple of the gentleman that got off couple of firefighters that got off previous to us when they realized what happened. Turned around and started trying to help us down. Yeah, From there. It was just chaos. Today. He wears a bandage on his hand and leg, but he's headed back to work soon at Fire Station nine. Emily Valdez que next. 10, 70 news Radio, Los

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"fire station" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"fire station" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"And fire station in our twenty thirteen and my kids were like ten and twelve at the time and they said you know I mean that was kind of cool because they did exactly what they're supposed to do right they put their home the helmets on and put him up in the cab of the truck and then and let him you know turn on the lights and they said you we should do more next year and so they said they would do it so the next year we did all of Denton and then the next year we did the surrounding areas and then it just got bigger and bigger and bigger and this year will be six thousand first responders you and get you about four hundred police and fire stations across seven counties well that's absolutely fantastic is there anything else you want people to know about this yeah so the one thing that you could really do for some of the biggest need that we have is is so kind of the way that that Christmas happens first respond hers everybody's Brighton happy in the morning because again presence and then come about noon it yeah and and we've already delivered the meals at that point and now uncle Lou you've been in your house goes awry a Christmas is on a Wednesday this year so uncle Louie probably came to your house on on on Friday night maybe Saturday and now he's been in your house for four days you know sit in your favorite chair watching your TV telling your kids what to do and what not to do and and the pot starts to kind of boil for our first responders and unfortunately we have a lot of domestic disturbances and and and you know disturbance calls later on in the day so what we do is we go out we deploy mac so things like chips cookies snack cakes things like that that you know are just kind of fuel when when later they don't even have time to sit down and have a meal and so we want to make sure they've got a a snack they can grab and go a couple bottles of water and those are those are things that were also to point out today and if so if if they can bring those smack so just the individual you know individual you know many packs out to either the distribution centers that music city mall in Lewisville or the **** of police station then with all the battle set up and that's our biggest need right now and again anybody can time anyone can bring supplies anyone can volunteer you just have to show up absolutely the more the merrier it really is a unique and awesome experience to to kind of come in and and put these things together and then tomorrow to just take a little bit of home and and take it out talk first respond beating hero volunteers will assemble meals today at music city mall in Lewisville and the we talk a police station through four o'clock this afternoon yeah sure Christmas Eve and Christmas day forecast coming up for you of traffic and weather together on the eight that's next on KRLD it's our holiday sales event.

"fire station" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"fire station" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of the Plymouth fire station on super street how to get all this week when the floor started to collapse what sort of re bar inverted concrete couldn't support the trucks and on sandwich street firefighters can't sleep there there's a trailer outside in the parking lot the roof Sir to collapse engine seven is currently stationed in Kingston I spoke with Neil Foley Plymouth deputy fire chief the safety compromised yes you know whatever this station is here for a reason it will extend some of our response times the town manager tells WBZ radio she's going to reach out and ask that the headquarters as well I to be completely rebuilt or renovated as well as a number of other small stations she says this is our responsibility reporting from Plymouth canton regal WBZ Boston's news radio after weeks behind closed doors public hearings begin Wednesday in the house impeachment inquiry ABC political director Rick Klein everything that we think we've known so far about impeachment could potentially get reset when the cameras turn on this is all been based on reporting about things that are happening behind closed doors in quotes about it from politicians we're going to hear from the principal starting on Wednesday and I think that has the potential to reset a narrative and and we'll see if the public engages ABC's Elizabeth her reporting that the house releasing more transcription us today focusing on former national security adviser John Bolton released on Friday transcript of testimony from she quoted bold as being angry about the involvement of the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani in Ukraine's matters and says Bolton called guiliani I can't grenade who's going to blow everybody up transcripts also revealing Republicans and Democrats repeatedly battling over GOP questions that appeared aimed at drawing out the identity of the whistle blower who filed the initial complaint against president trump former Massachusetts governor bill weld running against president trump for the Republican presidential nomination appearing last night on night side with Dan ray WBZ's done up with more well says the country is at a watershed period in its history and believe the trump administration poses a threat to its democratic institutions a government should be as small as possible and individual liberty should be as as a broad and wide as possible is as I said in one sentence to the Republican National Convention in nineteen ninety two I want the government out of your pocket book and I have your bedroom and that still stands well sees himself a fiscal conservative I think that someone who's not at all an economic conservative has even less of a claim to being the quote real Republican and there were of the you know the president is not that we have trillion dollar year deficits don Huff WBZ Boston's news radio former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg entering the presidential race Bloomberg switch parties from Democrat to Republican when he ran for mayor back in two thousand one now appearing on the Alabama democratic party's website is a qualified candidate for the March third primary Jonathan Karl reports sources close to Bloomberg say he is considering a run in part out of fear Democrats may nominate Elizabeth Warren who he believes would have a tough time beating Donald Trump for her part Warren suggested Bloomberg would try to buy the election I don't all big money to be able to buy Bruce move comes amid concerns the former vice president Joe.

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"fire station" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"fire station" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Fire station will be in last week has been shot and killed Friday following a deputy involved shooting Maricopa county sheriff Paul Penzance as they were able to track down the second suspect after he stopped at a shop in a stolen car near forty eighth street and Broadway as they approached the vehicle the illuminated with their lights identified themselves as a law enforcement officials and directed the driver occupant to put his hands in the air where they could see that no deputies were hurt the first suspect involved in the attempted robbery has also been arrested Arizona votes a new policy giving Arizona voters with sloppy penmanship a chance to double check their signatures after ballot the buckles over early ballot signatures in recent elections a new voter rights law is giving voters a second chance secretary of state Katie Hobbs says the law creates consistency across all of Arizona's fifteen counties allows voters hill correct or confirm their inconsistent signature for up to five days after federal elections or three days after non federal elections Hobbs says this comes after the twenty eighteen mid term election when it became clear each county had a different process in time period for checking early ballot signatures Taylor can wrap KTA our name health officials are hoping the recent measles epidemic is now in its final stages of measles outbreak is a really considered officially over until you've got forty two days without any new cases being reported we aren't there yet but the CDC does say this country is gone a full week without any new cases at the height of the most recent measles outbreak this path. spring and early summer there were an average of seventy new cases being reported each week with more than twelve hundred cases reported over all this measles outbreak the worst in nearly three decades the disease spread by those who have been vaccinated sherry Preston ABC news. let's check you drive.

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"fire station" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"fire station" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Fire stations but construction required cutting down some trees our nineteen year veteran of the department is re purposing some of those three some of the silver maples at the sight of what will be the central fire station were sixty years old they had to come down enter captain bill Eckels of the south Elgin fire district when he's not on fire department duty Eckels is a woodworker when this came along it was just kind of all right all kind of stuff that I've been doing and just you know as an opportunity for me to you know get back to the district so Eckels took three salvageable logs from two maples and he's making three eight foot tables one for each kitchen of the two new fire houses and one for the kitchen of the existing south Elgin firehouse grand opening of the two new fire station at the end of next February Eckel says the lumber will go into a killed and then construction of the tables will start in the fall Steve Miller news radio one of five point nine FM it's July eleventh or seven eleven and police across the nation our own Slurpee patrol today it's a fun day for police officers in riverside as they patrol the neighborhoods for the good guys sponsored by the seven eleven corporation they they print the Slurpee coupon tickets and they give them out to law enforcement agencies actually nationwide chief Tom Weitzel says it's their thirteenth year participating in what they call operation chill and I encourage my officers to give them to kids for wearing bike helmets for crossing their bicycles at the intersection for it or any other good deed that they may see that the kids are doing riverside police will be on the look out all summer to positively reward and encourage good behavior and bicycle say the free Slurpee coupons will be valid all year long Lisa fielding newsradio one oh five point nine FM traffic and weather low gas prices coming up W. people can use time six thirty six get told maybe now.

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"fire station" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"fire station" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Towns backstage. So I was watching your Instagram and you're playing at a fire station because your stuff your stuff have been stolen earlier that day. Yes. So what happened first of all? Okay. So we're in our rental car and San Francisco, and we went for lunch and we came back window was smashed backpacks for gone, and we really sad, but then we got this GPS notification, the told us where the laptop was has been over. Raha and then we were on this mad mission because we, we were like laptops, or replaceable. But there are some personal stuff in there that we're like maybe they just like threw it to the side, we were going to go back for that. And so we go to the sketchy park, we like we probably shouldn't go in this part by ourselves. And there's this amazing fire station next door. So I went and knocked on the door and was like interest myself was like, how's your day? Do you have any interest in coming over to this part to help us look for backpacks and they were amazing totally? They were like you stay here where save we'll go look for your stuff, and they looked forever, and they couldn't find anything, but then they came back, and they had a good tar randomly sitting in the fire station. And so I was like that. I play you song to thank you for your amazing efforts. And so is played them song, and we hung out, and they let me try to firemen jacket, which is really cool. And then we went on our way, and it just like was this great story of them just making our day, so much brighter. But then people in San Francisco, founder stuff. They it was dropped in someone's driveway. And so the people who were like four cars down from us. Also got broken into and their infant Cincinnati. And so the people San Francisco sent all the stuff Cincinnati. And then Cincinnati found a couple of our things, and send it to Nashville, and then three days later, we played Cincinnati. So I was like you guys need to come to the show. So we can hang out. And I got to personally, think them. Yeah. We were hanging out backstage was awesome lifetime movie. I don't know what happened, but it was all what do they know taking though? And keeping out of your bags anything electronic all that stuff like pond or sell real quick. Yeah. You got back the personal stuff. Yes. Oh, that's a good story. And they didn't take my ATar out of out of all the things drawings. They left it. I'm so thankful that did that maybe a super fan because I know the guitar you're talking about guitar the best. How was that the people sing your song back now? It's insane. It's like the world's most wonderful sound. I can't even explain it because your song all over the radio and it's got to be a difference. Even from six months ago. Yes. Somebody's crazy at some of these Dirk shows it's like people are singing along now, and it's a crazy feeling even from last year to this year is like insane. But yeah, I can't believe people are knowing bombshell latest Nashville in Hollywood Morgan, number two thirty second city. Billy Ray Cyrus surprised the may festival crowd with little, nausea x and Keith urban to perform old town road. Yes. So the whole thing happened. Emerson the live and I was up there, too, on the stage by stage because I wanted to see it. And so I went in front of the stage and yes, pretty wild every single phone was out, and it seemed like every phone, the whole stadium was out to record that. And they do one song, and that was it. Well, no sex to do one song. Thanks watson. He only has one. Yeah. Yeah. What else more number two? Brothers Osborne is releasing the live album tape during their sold out three night, Reimann residency, and it's going to be out this fall Kelsey Ballerini song. Miss me more went number one. And she tweeted that her and her best friends, where pedal tavern around Nashville all wearing red lipstick to celebrate. Congrats. Smain his own its own snake is funny because we worked every night of CFS together me Kelsey and Thomas Rhett. And we had to wear the same clothes every night. And so we all picked close, it would be comfortable..

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"fire station" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"fire station" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And AM seven forty KCBS in Santa Rosa one hundred and forty people are homeless after a fire broke out at a large older apartment complex Thursday evening. I reports of the blades came in shortly before seven pm at the apartments on west steel lane. Fire officials say everybody got out. Ok but some people had to leap off their balconies to escape the flames others were rescued off the roof. Eleven fire injures engines responded for people were treated for minor injuries at the scene. The cause of that. Santa rosa. Fires under investigation. Firefighters in the north bay were also called the fight a fire Thursday night. The broke out. Ironically at a firehouse the blades occurred at a Cal fire station on highway twenty nine in Saint Halina. No word yet on the cause of that fire station fire and how much damage was done. There were no reports of injuries. Burlingame lawyers are among the first file suit over last month's crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet as KCBS reporter Holly Kwon tells us they're suing on behalf of the family of twenty four year old global health care worker who died aboard the Boeing seven thirty-seven max. Eight jet ninety Miller on grew up in Berkeley, but raised her own family on the east coast family that included her twenty four year old daughter some yes to mow who was on a work assignment in Africa. When her plane went down, you know, one family loves their whole, family, grandparents Paris. Wants children another guy lost his wife and his one year old child. I mean, this is just repeated one hundred fifty seven times I mean, we've met so many of these families, and this could have all been prevented if according to the suit Boeing had not been blinded by greed to rush the seven thirty seven max eight to market Burlingame attorney Frank Petrie. Joined a Chicago firm in filing the suit which seeks to have an independent panel evaluate whether the jets are safe for us. I don't know how one can conclude anything other than this was a conscious disregard for safety in continuing on with that aircraft without fixing the problem and fixing the problem doesn't mean a software patch. The crash was the second deadly incident involving the max eight within five months, all Kwan KCBS. There was a murder suicide. That's what a special corners jury in northern California ruled about the two women and their six adopted children who died last year in Mendocino county when the fan. SUV plunged off a cliff KPI fives. Andria Borba reports officials say Jennifer and Sarah Hart deliberately drove off a cliff off of highway one near Westport last year killing themselves and six of their of children. The ruling followed disturbing new details in the case a CHP investigator, testified GPS data show, the family stopped at a WalMart or Jennifer purchased. A generic brand of Benadryl. Toxicology reports show Sarah had at least forty two doses of the medication in her system before the crash the children also had anywhere from nine to nineteen doses. In their bodies, the deaths drew national attention, partly because the women were alleged to have abused their children family. The family had fled woodland Washington. Their home there shortly after a visit from social workers. KCBS news time two thirteen a good night for the warriors sports is next. This week. Find great deals at Walgreens now select varieties of.

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"fire station" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"fire station" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Worcester is mourning the death of a firefighter this morning WBZ's. Ben Parker is in Worcester with the latest good morning. Good morning. Josh. There are flowers. Candles. Flag flies at half staff outside the Webster square fire station, that is where firefighter. Christopher ROY was stationed. He'd been with the department for two and a half years yesterday while battling a fire on Lowell street. It was he became trapped and was eventually pulled from that that fire scene, but he succumbed to his injuries. This is Worcester. Fire chief, Michael avoid firefighter. Roy was assigned to ladder for group three at Webster square fire station. He leaves behind an eight year old daughter. His parents who are what's the residents and a brother. The cause of the fire remains under investigation by the Worcester. Fire department and the state fire Marshall's office there has been an outpouring of sadness at grief over the death of this firefighter and Josh December is a tough month for Worcester. Firefighters including the deaths of six firefighters nineteen years ago on December third of the cold storage warehouse fire. And of course, there is a lot of morning that is going on again this December it stir. It was Ben Parker. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty a fatal crash in revere has claimed the life of one child and left an infant in critical condition. WBZ TV's. Michelle Fisher has details on the driver who is now facing charges state. Police have identified that driver as autumn L Harris, a forty two year old woman from Boston this morning. She is in custody and is going to be arraigned later today there was a baby stroller and a car seat left in the crosswalk of.

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"fire station" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"fire station" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Our? Mike, Tracy where do we start well the commute started in ended or is, wrapping up earlier in San Jose but we do have a couple of late incidents here including a crash on north seventeen approaching two eighty first word of a crash there, that is on the right side but seventeen traffic is really thinned. Out southbound through Las Galveston slow the. Problem is up near, the summit somebody stalled out vehicle towing a trailer in they're partially blocking, the right lane before summit road and it's really starting to jam things up. Around the Cal fire station there the, alma fire station at the end the Lexington reservoir leading up the hill. Through holy city and Redwood estates as we, check traffic on highway thirty seven which is problematic tonight as, well checking, the Chilton. Auto body collision cameras John Atkinson we've been dealing with this crash minor injuries involved a couple of cars westbound thirty seven on the Richard Janssen. Bridget's been blocking the westbound direction they are in process of clearing that traffic, spin getting by on the show Shoulder very. Slowly so hopefully we? Can, get the link completely reopened here in the next couple of minutes but, westbound thirty-seven backed up about three and a half miles or so also affecting the eastbound side folks just taking a look and trying to get out of town that's heavy, from lakeville highway out to the scene of the crash east five. Eighty from grove way gin over the. Dublin grade is slow, motion most of the way through the Dublin interchange in the wake of, a crash in north eight eighty unwinding after earlier crashes were cleared on the. Way to Hayward slow still from north, Thornton street your next update six eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS being. Nice holiday weekend temperatures finally near normal for, this time of year the usual coastal clouds and fog overnight, through the, morning hours. Afternoon sunshine there high's mid to upper sixties at the coast seventy s near the bay upper eighties to round ninety degrees inland traffic and.

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"fire station" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"fire station" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Evening I'm John Steven's coming up a former Alaska Airlines pilot who is caught flying drunk has been sentenced to. A year behind bars Viacom wants to be more awesome. I'm, Bloomberg's Adrienne Mitchell that story is coming up and five minutes President Trump and a European. Union leaders say. They'll work to avoid a trade war these stories, are coming up in the next fifteen minutes I. We have traffic and weather together every. Ten minutes on the fives sponsored by progressive insurance here's Chuck row if you're heading up. Toward the Santa Clarita valley I'm still. Seeing that slowing on the five northbound. The truck route is very heavy there the pretty much the entire length from before the, fourteen, to just after the fourteen, freeway and I've been checking with. Cal trans they haven't put. Anything on their list although I do suspect there is some roadwork going on through there now on the four oh five freeway southbound Culver boulevard some debris in the road there it's clothing in the lane. CHP is on the way, they may run a quick break to, get, that cleared up four. Or five northbound past sunset that. Earlier wreck, on the right shoulder still bit crowded there. From Santa Monica. Boulevard if you're in downtown LA we have a wreck on the one ten Northbound. Before the one on one that was really causing a backup that has cleared now and still just a little bit of reduced. Speed as you come up from. The Santa Monica freeway. San Bernardino freeway the ten eastbound in Baldwin park there was a crash plenty avenue that has been moved to the shoulder more. Roadwork this time in commerce if you're on the seventeen. Northbound, the right two lanes shut down there between Atlantic Bandini and the five freeway also in. Redlands at ongoing. Work on the ten eastbound looks like the left, two lanes coned off there between the two ten. And Ford street and watch for those. Closures around the Cranston fire highway seventy four shutdown between the Cranston fire station and lake..

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"fire station" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"fire station" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Long beach fire station ten near fourteenth street in alameda avenue where captain rosa had been assigned chris and raw back to you bryan thank you for thirty one on knx deadly crash in bloomington has residents really worried about their own safety they say the streets had happened on is becoming increasingly dangerous a dodge challenger slammed into four relatives walking long slow over avenue in bloomington which is near fontana three of them died two or teenagers and one witness says she is really shaken up he's seen the car up against the wall shoes and clothing everywhere it makes me nervous being out in my front yard but she says she's been nervous for awhile street was recently widened and the speed limit change to fifty miles an hour another resident says it seems like there's a bad crash every week sarel here i mean widen the street and all they did was created racetrack he says there should be speed bumps or something otherwise somebody else is going to get hurt or killed the driver involved in the deadly crash stayed at the scene and was not arrested cooper rummell knx ten seventy newsradio buena park police say they think a driver was high on pot when he hit and killed him in crossing western avenue sergeant mike love chick till's knx the pedestrian was in a marked crosswalk driver of the vehicle remained at the scene further investigation revealed that the driver was possibly under the influence of cannabis and he was arrested without incident the driver is facing a murder charge because of a previous dui conviction growing number of former patients are shoeing usc in the wake of the scandal involving his former longtime student health center gynecologist plaintiff's attorneys estimate the number is as high as two hundred so far and they expect it to keep going up our phone continues to ring attorney john manley says they're already representing more than one hundred of dr george tindall's former patients tyndall was a campus gynecologist for nearly three decades the la times reports complaints against him date back to the early nineties it ranges from sexual battery to terrorizing women with false statements things like you know i think you have age it's interesting is what it is in interviews with the times tyndall has denied wrongdoing he kept practicing at usc until two thousand sixteen the times reports administrators reached a secret deal with tyndall that allowed him to quietly resigned last summer with.

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"fire station" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"fire station" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The city of dallas owns a fire station fire station number two it is literally touches their their yard and so they bought a house that abuts a fire station these city got the city has been notified that with a recent study that they do not have as many sirens they need they had to add twentyone sirens and that's life or death so the city says well we own fire station to this is one of the areas that needs a siren we're going to put it there because we own the property this woman claims it's in her front yard which it's not yes it's right next to her front yard but it's not in our front yard looking to play all that little quick quick clips from the story believe that the city actually placed it right there the expression on their faces like wow i don't think anybody i said oh that's nice it is the centerpiece of our front yard and that's not true because it's not in their front yard we know our property value if that tornado siren states where it is we know our property values go down quite a bit we'll work with them and make sure that you know we all are comfortable at the same time our primary concern has public safety that's the city so i love this woman saying you know my property values are more important you can die as long as my property values are go higher die for my property value now there's a moral aspect of this but before we get in the moral aspect of it i i want to know the realtor aspect broker aspect of this truthfully does this affect your property value so let's let's back away a little bit big picture and say hey number one impact on your property value the giant fire station that was already there slipped about the fact that giant trucks with giant sirens come and go from the fire station more often than the tornado siren will even be tested man i'm not i'm not bad mouthing people i would absolutely not.

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"fire station" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"fire station" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The disaster that was happening and then also got to this issue of process where it they're calling the firefighter has to call from the field and let the the main cal fire station know what's happening than the main dispatcher there is calling another dispatch center and then that information is getting relate to law enforcement 'cause law enforcement the only ones to have the actual authority to ask people to leave their homes and evacuate and so all that process that takes time especially when everyone is kind of freaking out right as you pointed out what we found was that there's so many players and so much going on i want to play one call that i think illustrates the frustration the public ran into what because of this chaos from our house it looks like no one's calling it is to see words are more toward eddie this is actually going to be tough irish jurisdiction let me give me their phone number i know they are working this is nine one one i'm no man they say if you're pointing out fire it's gonna be cal fire who reforms out there what worked in a fire in that area i'm not aware that so you can hear their the frustration in this woman's voice i should say this was a call around ten o'clock to napa 911 and she's basically being told call cal fire i mean lisa do you think i think as as a member of the public we think that there's maybe this sort of cohesive system it seems like this shows some pretty big gaps in that yeah one of the things we found is that often there's different people who deal of different situations and since cal fire there has the jurisdiction to fight fires they're the ones who actually need the phone calls were when people tell you that there is a fire going on so they can find it and then decide whether or not to send responders to it and that's what's going on in that call but one of the things we also learned from is listening to all of these calls is that this kind of this vicious cycle that's happening where people really want information they see flame james they smell smoke and they want to know what to.

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"fire station" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"fire station" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The nature of the disaster that was happening and then also got to this issue of process where they're calling the firefighter has to call from the field and let the the main cal fire station know what's happening than the main dispatcher there is calling another dispatch center and then that information is getting relate to law enforcement 'cause law enforcement are the only ones who have the actual authority to ask people to leave their homes and evacuate and so all that process that takes time especially when everyone is kind of freaking out right as you pointed out what we found was that there's so many players and so much going on i want to play one call that i think illustrates the frustration the public ran into what because of this chaos his from our house it looks like no one calling it is to see worth their word for word we don't offer any showman this is actually gonna be doubtfire jurisdiction let me give you their phone number i know they are working this is this is nine one one i'm geoff stults somebody else no this is reporting have fire it's gonna be cal fire who respond out there being worked in a fire in that area i'm not aware that you can hear their the frustration in this woman's voice i should say this was a call around ten o'clock to napa 911 and she's basically being told paul cal fire i mean lisa do you think i think as as a member of the public we think that there's maybe the sort of cohesive system it seems like this shows some pretty big gaps in that yeah one of the things we found is that often there's different people who deal of different situations and since cal fire there has the jurisdiction to fight fires they're the ones who actually need the phone calls were when people tell you that there is a fire going on they can find it and then decide whether or not to send responders to it and that's what's going on in that call but one of the things we also learned from listening to all of these calls is that this kind of this vicious cycle that's happen where people really want information they see flames they smell smoke and they want to know what to.

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"fire station" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"fire station" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Iran the aramar paddock fire station 21 a bunch of units just left they were other unit that had gathered here from other fire station but may just took off towards the hills going east and uh the sun is just writing and there's this on this orange glow but i can see flames on the hills here and they just evacuated are in the process of evacuating factors school where there's a school are school this is a private boarding schools is incorrect correct correct yeah and guy that's if uh if uh you can hear they wanna by the way kwang past there's really gearing up now and it's going to be concerned because uh the is burning out of control right now and uh looks like there's no signs of letting up the winter still strong zero percent containment laos word from tall sire reporter stephanie o'neill joining us on the scene stephanie stasis thank you john i will go down to kern county which is embroiled in a lawsuit over how the political boundaries to elect county supervisors were drawn kqed's vanessa run conyers tells us more about the case that goes to trial this afternoon the lawsuit claims that when kern county redo its supervisory old districts in 2011 they've violated the federal voting rights act attorney tanya pellegrini with the mexicanamerican legal defense and educational fund or mall death says the new lines illegally dilute the power of latino voters you know candidates will never get elected in this district because the eastern part will not support them pellegrini and fellow attorney denise hewlett will be arguing in court that the districts drawn in 2011 violate the law here's hewlett what they have done is.

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"fire station" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"fire station" Discussed on WCTC

"Chair nineteen year old apparently did this after being terminated in not pleased obviously with what had happened she's facing assault charges alabama fire station is being reopened this is after spyders came crawling out huntsville station was closed down a few days ago after two firefighters were sent to a hospital they were bitten by venimous spyders the officials say the firefighters worked at of station seventeen they were bitten last week by the brown recluse spdr which are among the most venomous in the world exterminators fumigating the station over the weekend two firefighters are recovering also in alabama a man they behind bars for allegedly stealing bulletproof vests from a police department this than casey of birmingham accused of breaking into the tear into police department during the overnight hours of few weeks back and stealing body armor investigators say then tried to sell them at a pawnshop officials released images of him just recently taken into custody he's he has been arrested nearly fifty times in the past did you see habitual offender him please return are welcome to key west sign and that is the plea from the rotary club of key west florida after summit apparently walked off with the sign during hurricane erma the sign declare to key west to be paradise usa was knocked down with the powerful hurricane swept through the area on september ten members of the road club discovered missing when they went to repair it won a member of the club says they were hopeful that someone picked it up for safekeeping insult to get it back while one man sludge is another man's gold scientists in switzerland save forty three kilograms of gold worth nearly two million dollars actually passes through the countries of waste water system every year scientists are suggesting that gold refineries might want to start a recycling programme and catch the gold is founded sewage sludge linked to several gold refineries in the region switzerland is a.

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