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"fort campbell" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"Explained in my husband has to what our grievances were and we. We got an out brief with the colonel came from Fort Bragg. And there was it was all very kind respectful. Healing have with the healing process and even before that, I, started going to Fort Campbell. which is about four hours from Memphis but now I can drive up there. In. Less than an hour and I started talking to the CEO's. Because once I got I got an email saying any survivor was to come talk to the CEO's in their training in the end as they wind up their training face. That's critical. Amazing it was amazing. So. They. Just tell you the survivors. You know this is most important part of their training and It's it's critical to their training that they see survivors that. That were real. We have a face and we're really everything. They've learned maybe spend for manuals, manuals books, and now they hear the survivor stories and. They just they just let you talk which dangerous for some of us, but you know just like your, let me talk you just you just tell your story the way you want to tell your story however, it comes out you just kind of ramble it out this happened this happened this happened. So I do try to shape it in a way so they get something out of it. The message that Hey. If you see parents and they don't have a casualty assistance officer you. Notify somebody tell the caq and take very specific take very specific actions and so that that was the first thing really started doing with the army Thanks to Fort Campbell and then they told me at Fort Campbell SOS office I usually interact with them a lot..
Jimi Hendrix’s ‘60s Japanese sunburst guitar sells for over £160,000 at auction
"Watchtower, Jimi Hendrix that guitar that he played in the early sixties, sold at auction with 216 K boys and girls. He was a young Morocco in York City four times the pre auction estimate. They said, 50 to 60 right We talked about this the last time. Hendricks began playing this sunburst electric guitar made in Japan after he was discharged from the Army in 62 that he was even in the army. After leaving Fort Campbell. He moved to Clarksville, Tennessee. For a short time, man. They must have thought he was something else in Clarksville, Tennessee. He played on the chitlin circuit with Wilson Pickett, Slim Harpo, Sam Cooke, I Cantina and Jackie Wilson. I didn't know you played Jackie Wilson for he moved into Harlem. In 1964 where he stayed until 1966 playing venues such a cafe Wah and the Cheetah Club. Hendricks remained in possession of the guitar through his brief tenure with the Eiseley Brose and his own Jimmy James at the blue Flames in the blue plate when he went to England. Guitar was left in New York at the apartment of his friend might quite shy. What is it that it was named? Question provided watching, he pried a notarized letter of Providence for the instrument prior to its own prior to his death. You get tired at a pre auction estimate has said 50 60 reached a high bid of 180 when factoring and fees the total bill was 216,000. Other notable music related items. From this auction, artifacts of Hollywood and music events 14,014 carat Cole. A gold ring on by Elvis went for 20 to 5. A pair of princes, custom made purple boots went 13,000 before they were sold. One of Michael Jackson's sequined black jackets went for 20 Okay, people, low spending a lot of money in auctions people by and that's where they get it
New York City Has One-Third of U.S. Virus Cases
"Or almost a third of the nation's covert nineteen cases are in New York City and now the army is sending in some much needed help every medical teams at fort Campbell Kentucky in Fort Hood Texas building a giant instant hospital in Manhattan they will set up at the Javits center this weekend and they will be operational for non covalent patience beginning Monday army chief of staff general James makan ville so as a separate unit from Colorado on its way to Seattle to help with the patient overflow there Andy field ABC news Washington Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says with nine deaths in a single day an increase of more than fifty percent his city isn't far behind there's no place in America that will not be overwhelmed in terms of the number of patients who need I see you at other hospital beds and how many we have in this country there is no place that will be overwhelmed by needing more ventilators and not having enough cases in Louisiana spiking twenty eight percent in a day if we don't flatten the curve and do it soon as I mentioned yesterday we could be out of ventilators in region one the New Orleans area by his early as April the second governor John bel Edwards is the federal government is setting up to field hospitals and sending in a strike team of sixty health
"fort campbell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Members to discuss escalating violence in the effect on children if it's a non violent drug crime I think we've locked up way too many black people compared to white people in the incarceration things a big problem however if it's a violent crime I think I'd keep people even longer so I think I would increase the penalties for violent crimes particularly involving a gun the FBI and other law enforcement agencies were also on hand along with some families of crime victims president trump is in India he's wrapping up a thirty six hour visit to that nation Olding bilateral meetings today with Indian prime minister Narendra Modiji and announced pledges to cooperate on security and trade the White House was hoping to announce a trade deal that now does not appear likely at least not during this trip anyway instead India's prime minister willing president trump with the pomp and circumstance and all that the actress that he so loves to see leaving ABC news Delhi the president holding a media availability at this hour we'll monitor that and if anything of note comes out of it will bring it to you as the morning goes on back in this country convicted perv Harvey Weinstein waking up in New York City jail following yesterday's conviction on rape and forcible sex assault Erica Turkey with the latest the jury convicted Harvey Weinstein despite complicated testimony and a lack of forensic evidence Manhattan district attorney cy Vance told ABC news he hoped it signaled a new era in which the criminal justice system believes women the case has been very visible and therefore will reach a lot of survivors of sexual assault and hopefully influence them to step forth and said he hoped the trial busted myths about sexual violence like rape only occurs by someone you don't know or in some dark alleys wind Steen is now in custody prior to sentencing in March the defense plans an appeal Erin cutters ski ABC news New York fort Campbell hosting some V. I. P.'s later this week second lady Karen pence will be on the base Friday the vice president's wife will be joined by the secretary of defense is wife Leah esper Mrs pence will speak to military spouses meet with senior military leadership and visit the intrepid spirit center at fort Campbell's therapy program and today is fat Tuesday or as they say in French Mardi Gras in New Orleans parades rolling out across the crescent city from early this morning until late tonight when New Orleans police.
"fort campbell" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Its says thirty nine on the paper but she her fortieth birthday blackmail yeah there was a real varmints for them yeah about minutes that I have a **** yes wait is that what it's called laser varmints the girls are back and it's really yes well see IBM educated again that's what I'm here for ways to was one of the fort Campbell C. late last night was for any man that wanted to be in her life so I was sitting there with my gas okay you know if I had a girl this would be her Rhianna I try I try to go to but then chante winds up there every man gave man with lesbian and man that they're trying to get you out yeah yeah my cousins pull him up to the stage in life to come up to the thick whose him what you know who I got a question well I had a crush on fresh is the just killed the the man was in there last night yeah he was there that that's all life that was number twenty seven your date his jockey Karloff thank you for over a year thank you enough in stock yeah manifested in that's what every woman you manifest yeah man if you with I was able to catch black minutes late last night and you know a lot of people myself included didn't know the you were actually Jewish we want to hear a little bit more about your journey towards duty as and when we come back Tollywood amok yeah.
"fort campbell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Derek Anderson, the green beret team commander could be a poster boy for the army fluent in Arabic at twenty nine he was a bronze star recipient in Iraq and had led more than eighty combat. Patrols in Afghanistan. This was supposed to be the team's final mission after a six month deployment that started in January of two thousand fourteen did you see much combat? Yes. It would be pretty typical during the course of operation to take fire. We had a long deployment. It was fairly Connecticut a lot of action. Yeah. Enrollments coming home safe. We had a few guys from our sister team that had gotten shot on a previous mission. The ten men eighteen was part of the fifth special forces group from Fort Campbell, Kentucky, the group's commander called them the most disciplined, well trained and affective unit in Afghanistan, the green berets struck out from forward operating base Apache. A dusty outpost in restive Zabul, province, an area dotted with beehives of Taliban fighters hidden in plain sight among the locals. We knew that this area contained Taliban bad guys. So we understood that there was a clear possibility that we'd be getting shot at some point. Captain Anderson says the Taliban stepped up its tax when the US announced most of its troops would leave you after the Afghan election in June. I think that the Taliban was trying to make a statement before we left. What was the mission in the Gaza valley that day our job in conjunction with our Afghan partners were to help the Afghans in going clearing, the Gaza valley, for many Taliban that may be hiding and waiting for the elections to come forth and attacked the polling sites. To help understand what happened that night, almost five years ago, using satellite photographs of Afghanistan's, Gaza valley. Sixty minutes commissioned, a scale model of the exact location where the friendly fire took place. And brought these three soldiers who fought there to see it at surreal to save the whole landscape, again indefinitely brings up memories of that day. What's the terrain like steep and slippery?.
"fort campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Official. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. As expected deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein has submitted his resignation January Rosenstein said that he would be residing after the Muller report was released in his resignation letter today, Rosenstein said that the department made rapid progress at achieving the administration's law enforcement priorities, pretty general bar. He prays on Rosenstein, saying, quote, rod has been an invaluable partner to be during my return to the department that I have relied heavily on his leadership and judgment over the past several months John Roberts at the White House and army veteran under arrest in southern California. Authorities say marked Mingo who converted to Islam was plotting terror attack against white supremacists. Retaliation for the mosque attacks in New Zealand was an active duty US army infantry. Assigned to Fort Campbell Kentucky, and then spent time in the military. He was deployed Afghanistan for four months in the fall of two thousand twelve FBI special agent in charge. Ryan young the family of Domingo says there's a prized by his arrest, Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti tweeting his praise of law enforcement for us. He put it saving lives. The woman killed in Saturday's attack at a synagogue in southern California is remember large crowd attending the funeral service. Monday for sixty year old Laurie Cape killed in the weekend synagogue attack near San Diego. Her husband. Dr Howard k spoke at the service they pace per veil on the earth. That is the universal message of Lori and our household and of my daughter gay was shot to death in the attack inside the synagogue, three others, including the rabbi were injured, a nineteen year old is charged with murder and attempted murder and may face an upgraded hate crime charge, which Denison former vice president Joe Biden adults first campaign rally today. In Pittsburgh, Biden was born.
"fort campbell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Top story. House speaker Nancy Pelosi will not be heading to Afghantistan after President Trump's public letter telling her the trip has been postponed. At now, it seems the White House is going even further ABC's. Lana Zak has the latest from Washington Nancy Pelosi. The speaker of the house says that after the White House leaked information about the congressional delegations travel plans it became a security risk. The speaker was asked if she felt that the president's actions were made in retribution for her request that they find another date for the state of the union during the shutdown. She said she hoped. Not. Meanwhile, the White House has instructed the military to deny congressional plane us during the shutdown without its prior approval. Lana Zak ABC news, Washington. Vice president Pence was at the national ball today. Addressing the March for life to protest the nineteen Seventy-three Roe v. Wade abortion ruling in that moment. A movement was born a movement defined by compassion and love a movement animated by faith and truth and movement that's been winning hearts and minds every day sense after a day rally. Participants are marching to the supreme court seven people were injured including a pedestrian and a multi-car crashed this morning on Dixie highway. It happened to your Flint lock road. Police. Tell us all the injuries are minor. The Pentagon says a Fort Campbell Kentucky soldier is among the four Americans who were killed in this. Week's suicide bombing in Syria. Identified as cheap worn officer Jonathan barber of Florida. He was a special forces soldier at Fort Campbell. The Louisville cardinals hit the road this weekend. Thank every road trip is a unique experience. I mean, it's it's hard to win on the road. Coach Chris back and the cardinals played Georgia Tech tomorrow. To be the same team. When you go on the road. Saintignon the practice facility you have the same team your teammates. Depend on you got to be able to run. Good offense. Not turn the ball. Over tip off is at four o'clock Kentucky travels to Auburn that game. Also at four and Indiana plays at Purdue tip off at to your next news update at two thirty. I'm Paul miles NewsRadio eight forty W H A S, Kentucky, Anna's, breaking news, weather, and traffic station, your.
"fort campbell" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The twenty eighteen midterm elections. Saw nearly one hundred new Republicans and Democrats elected to the house of representatives. Judy Woodruff sat down recently with four members of that incoming class. The congressional freshman class of twenty nine thousand nine is one of the largest since World War Two. It is the most racially diverse class in history with a record number of. I it's ranks include doctors soldiers, teachers and professional athletes starting in January. They'll have a chance to weigh in on an array of issues from immigration to health care to possibly investigating the president. I'm joined now by four new members of the house of representatives democrat Elissa slot can as a former CIA analyst who worked in both the George W Bush and the Obama administration's she'll represent Michigan's eighth district made up of the Detroit suburbs and the state capital Lansing. Democrat. Lauren Underwood is a registered nurse and first time candidate who represent the Chicago suburbs. In illinois's fourteenth district, both women defeated Republican incumbents on election day in our two Republicans. Mark green, doc. Army veteran who served tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, he will represent the Tennessee seat vacated by incoming US Senator, Marsha Blackburn. The district includes the Nashville suburbs in the area around Fort Campbell army base in Denver Riggleman. He is an air force veteran now owns a craft distillery. He will represent central Virginia in the fifth district, which includes the city of Charlottesville, and congratulations again to all of you. And welcome to the news hour, thanks for having a great to have you here. So three of you had never run for public office before. So while it's still fresh in your minds. What is it that you're taking away from this election from this campaign that is going to stay with you for a long time Elissa slack? And what about you first time for you? I run for office. It was it was the first time. I think for me the number of people who were first time volunteers who had never done anything on a political campaign. Their lives who were just feeling like they deserved better in Washington, and the vitriol and the tone and tenor coming out of Washington did not reflect how they wanted to live at home how they wanted to get along with their neighbors how they wanted their communities to be for their kids and Denver Riggleman. What about you? I mean, this is first time you've run for office. You're businessman lives talking to some of the folks here early our district looks like a dragon riding a scooter. It's twenty one counties. Jersey or parts of Delaware. You find as you think, you know, your home state for the Commonwealth of Virginia. And you find out that people have such diversion views on everything and what they're really looking for somebody to listen and to provide some solutions allow those solutions are sort of get out of our way because we feel like nobody listens to us. Well, some of this next question, you're you've already answered, but I mean, we have to make the point in this election voters took control of the house away from Republicans gave it to Democrats. I gave Democrats something like forty more seats than you already. Had Lauren Underwood. What do you think the voters were saying, I think the voters were saying it's time for change? Policy change process change in make sure that the congress is truly responsive to the needs the American people, I come from a community where people had no idea what was happening here in Washington. They couldn't recognize any of the policies coming out because they weren't responsive to our needs. They couldn't recognize some of the words I was saying the words and the tone of the conversation, and so folks were really truly trying to vote for change, Marguerite. What do you think what's very interesting? You know, we we did lose control the house, but we gained seats in the Senate. So it's it's very interesting to see the dichotomy there. So in my district. I mean, I want my seat by thirty five points. So it was pretty clear the conservative values that I have or what the people in my district. Want me to come up and fight for? So I think what I really think everyone wants these guys. Us people do just work together. Better. Is that kind of what what you were hearing. I wanted a district that was gerrymandered Republican district. So the only way for me to win was to appeal to a broad group of people across the political spectrum. And so they were really responding to a message of we gotta we gotta work together and be practical and get something done. Denver riggleman. How did you hear what the voters were saying what I saw especially in south side in the more rural counties? They actually feel like they've been forgotten. And every time I go in there. Like, we've never seen a congressman here. You never had anybody come here. And we start talking to these to these individuals, and you look at what what we had in our lives, and what we've been able to to fight foreign serve and to help others you start to get this. A bit of a sad feeling that maybe the systems failing some people were you won't be surprised to know that every freshman classes, come in with that. We've had a chance to talk to believes they can make a difference. But Lauren Underwood what is it about this moment that makes you think you can do things differently? From the way they've been done before. Well, healthcare was the number one issue in this election without fail. Affordability premium prices are too high prescription drug prices are too high and we saw with the congressional Republicans attempted to do in two thousand seventeen which was to take away healthcare coverage from people with preexisting conditions. I feel like the American people spoke, and we said that was unacceptable and this election at least in the fourteenth district. We were our voters are looking for real progress on this issue with Mark green. Were you getting a different message from the voters in Tennessee? Where as you said, you got what a thirty five I'm in New York physician and I run a healthcare company in about eleven states. We had about a thousand providers working. For us. If you want to fix healthcare, we got to reverse the incentives. That's the real problem. And I think free market will do that. If you look at a guy surgery, it was like two thousand dollars an hour when it came out. And while technology has improved incredibly the price saw an ad the other day for two hundred dollars. So we've got to get market forces and people choosing making choice, and then we'll we'll fix healthcare. We may have different opinions about how to get there. What we can't do is just forget about our responsibility to get in a room and work on it. Like, you feel that we could have a real conversation to get something done, Democrats and Republicans have never agreed on everything. That's our system that's healthy. So we got to actually get in a room and get something done. That's our mandate. Wellington. You're you're entering a congress where the two parties have not worked together. Do you think the parties should work together? And how do you make that happen when it hasn't happened before? Well, I mean, I had a pretty interesting tonight talking about it. A crash the Democratic Party on the fifteenth floor, and I went and talked to them. There wasn't a sort of partisan divide. They actually started talking about issues and solutions to those issues. I know we say there might be a different time coming. I almost feel like it is how much do you think you should be working with the other party, and how much do you stick to your your principles fundamentals that that you believe in? Why think that on many, and I will dare say most issues there's an opportunity for common ground. It's how far do we want to take it? And so I think of an issue like paid family leave which we heard President Trump campaign on he dispatched his daughter, Ivanka go work on it. And she couldn't get it done. But we have an opportunity in a democratic majority where we know that this is a priority. And so can we work together? Yes. Another good example. That's infrastructure. I think that we really have some commonality there. There's an opportunity to get some things done. And it's unique, you know, we've got a Republican Senate and we've got a. A democrat house. And so obviously, we're going to have to work together. And I kind of conjures up for me. The Reagan O'Neal era when those two fought like cats and President Reagan and tip O'Neill democratic speaker of the house, and then they would go drinks and scotch togethers Irishman in the evening. You know, we also need to start relating in having a relationship with the other side. Some members have been essentially punished by their party leadership for working with the other side. Yeah, I would say this is the important thing about us being such a large freshman class because it's it's hard for one person to come in and change the system ninety new people coming in at the same time with the strength of numbers with the strength of fortitude to say, no, I was sent here to work to get something done and that requires me to work across the aisle. That is a lot stronger of a position of bien when your leadership or someone else comes to you and says, hey toe the party line. You've got ninety people standing behind you hopefully who have been sent with a different mandate. And that's the difference and cultural change one of the big problems. And I think politics is everybody wants to be the. Person who fixes it instead of just helping somebody else fix it. Sometimes I think that's important. We pride gets in the way sometimes. And I think it's time to throw that to the Qurban sort of the people. So, but I'm curious still to know are you prepared to stand up because there's they're powerful forces in each party should keep the party in line and boating with your fellow Democrats, Republican I think we're going to be pretty independent because I don't think in our lives we've gotten to where we are by kowtowing to leadership, obviously, we're respectful other because we're chain of command or other things that we've done in our lives. And I think at some point all of us are going to be able to say, no if we have to and the the point is we are here to represent the people who sent us here. My district is a Trump district. And so my responsibility is to represent the seven hundred twenty thousand people in northern Illinois who have put their confidence in me to represent their voices in the congress. And that does not mean that we have to be blindly loyal to any party any figurehead any leader. It means that we are to represent the voice isn't those individuals. So that means you're prepared to vote with President Trump on some issues. I'm prepared to vote in the best interests of the people the fourteenth district. Yeah. I mean, listen, we talked about infrastructure if he said the right things on infrastructure, if we put real money behind that we need once in a generation investment in our infrastructure in Michigan. If that's something that he's suggesting in his pushing I'm on board because we need it. So that's keep the focus on. What we need, and you can vote the way you want. And what about on the Republican side are you prepared to stand up to the president? I think at this point. I can't imagine an issue right now where I would be different. But if there was one I mean, I would support the people in my district. They're the people who sent me here. So I work for them. They're the boss and in military terms. I report to them. But right now, I can't think of an issue where we would be different. Well in my district. It's it's unique in that is President Trump supporters. But I think again with the size of my district. There's so many different ideas and policies. I have to approach that I have to go policy. I based on my district President Trump's policies. Yeah. I agree with a lot of them. But if it's a policy that that I disagree with. I'm not afraid to say I disagree with it. And I'm uncomfortable wearing another person's sports jersey. So. And really comes to me about policy over personality and everything I've done in my life. A lot of talk about Washington DC being swamp. We've heard that from the president smothers. What does it look like to you here? Fire to say, I didn't see some of the swamp still there. I'd be lying. I think that's why some of us ran is because we do see that. So for me, I'm here to maybe maybe we stop, you know, some of the shenanigans and all of us have fought behind closed doors, and maybe, you know, drag some of those vampires into the sunlight, you see what we can do there. I think there's certainly a perception when you get into Washington a little bit of a bubble and the conversations going on in my district are not the same as the conversations going on in Washington. And I think everyone has good intentions, but I also think it wouldn't kill some people to come out of Washington, sometimes come and be on the ground here. What we're talking about? Instead of just thinking it's all about what's happening here in this town. Thank you very much. Eliza.
"fort campbell" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Fort Campbell and Fort Knox five thousand two hundred will be in place within a week. They will be armed for self defense. But most of the units are engineers and military. Police US aviation units will airlift border patrol two points of vulnerability on the southern border the Commissioner for the customs and border patrol told reporters there are thirty five hundred migrants in southern Mexico about nine hundred miles from the US border. And that another caravan is forming on the border between Guatemala and Mexico. Fox's Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon, President Trump was asked about why he thinks this method work by FOX's Laura Ingram. Video captured we don't let them out what has been happening. And we're not as of pretty recently. We're not letting them out. What happens is they would catch and release. We're catching we're not releasing. So they wanna come over. But we're not even doing that. We're not letting them into this country the entire interview with President Trump this hour on the Ingram angle. A vigil held tonight in your Pennsylvania for the victims of Saturday's mass shooting at a synagogue in. Pittsburgh governor, Tom Wolfe worshippers murdered for no other reason than who they were. Religion they profess. From the God. They worshiped. Despicable and cowardly act of anti-semitism has no place in our society. Eleven people were killed six were wounded including four police officers. The suspected gunman Robert Bauer appeared in court today. He faces federal hate crime charges South Dakota has executed a fifty six year old man for the killing of a prison guard in a failed escape attempt seven years ago. This is Fox News. News Radio KLBJ. I'm Eric like you can drink water from the tap again. But the city's asked me to watch how much.
"fort campbell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Trump administration sending more troops to the border with Mexico as thousands of Central American. Migrants make their way to the US. General Shaughnessy says the goal is security as we sit right here today, we have about eight hundred soldiers they're on the way to Texas right now, they're coming from Fort Campbell coming from Fort Knox, the moving closer to the border there, you continue their training, and they're ready to deploy to be actually employed on the border, the National Transportation Safety board will assist investigators after an Indonesian plane carrying one hundred eighty nine people crashed into the sea near Jakarta, correspondent will Ripley heroin the captain called shortly after takeoff asked to turn around and go back to the airport did not indicate an emergency. But of course, after that call was made the flight dropped from fifty two hundred feet down to three thousand feet in advantage from radar screens altogether losses today on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average fell two hundred forty five points, the s&p five hundred closed down seventeen the NASDAQ off one hundred seventeen. I'm Ann Cates. Here's Nick bond Santo from the one zero one five FM seven twenty A N K, dawn one Nevada credit union traffic center. This report brought to you by Bob Evans, refrigerated sides, mealtime, easy and delicious with Bob Evans, side dishes, mashed potatoes, and MAC and cheese. They're made with real milk butter cheese and potatoes and a ready in the microwave in six minutes. Try Devon's sides from your grocery store, he'll be love at first point. We have an accident being cleared on that access road onto ninety five. Northbound just before Decatur slow go a little bit through the resort Carter. Fifteen north from spring mountain up to Charles did not too bad though. Southbound fifteen drags bit Washington. Charleston. Traffic starting to build ninety five north Charleston curve on the new one one five FM seven twenty AM on.
Israel prepares for opening of US Embassy in Jerusalem
"In kentucky lake two days after a us soldier went missing following a boating accident the identification soldier was stationed at fort campbell the cause of the accident is under investigation preparations in jerusalem as the us plans to open its embassy there tomorrow on tap today a reception for the us delegation led by ivanka trump this week is politically significant not only is the us moving its embassy but israel's celebrates fifty one years since jerusalem's reunification and seventy years since the founding of israel and all of this and the framework of greater us support for israel in a way that we didn't see under the last administration says benjamin hall the relocation of the us embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem has sparked angry palestinian protests another high rise catching fire in dubai and this time firefighters are also battling a sandstorm the zen.
"fort campbell" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"And other factors not available in all states a fifty seven year old man arrested in an incident that involved multiple stabbings in downtown indianapolis saturday afternoon abc's graham hunter is on the scene for adult men are in the hospital right now two of those people are in critical condition police are saying the person believed to be responsible for instigating the stabbing also suffered stab wounds i pd is still trying to figure out what led up to the stabbing saying there were multiple witnesses to the attack and they're between forty and fifty people were out here when it happened i talked to a few of those witnesses who say the man responsible road into the park and a bicycle and playing siren noises on a megaphone and then when people asked him to stop he pulled out a night in new york city trump tower residents describe a chaotic scene during that fire at the building on saturday resident dennis shiels phone wasn't working so we heard from childhood friend who happens to work for the president he says michael cohen who's trump's lawyer texted him and said to get out asap you could smell the smoke and you could just things like falling through the vents the fire started on the fiftieth floor of trump tower around at five thirty yesterday afternoon killing the occupant of that apartment police in germany say they made six arrests after they say they thought it a knife attack and a half marathon in berlin to apache helicopter pilots killed in friday night's apache crash at fort campbell have been identified as thirtysevenyearold chief warrant officer ryan connolly and twentyeightyearold warrant officer james kasa donna this is abc news now no keeping it simple is usually a good thing and when it comes to rewards programs keeping it simple is always a good thing that's why we made the napa rewards program.
"fort campbell" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"To forty nine thousand four tell miss this great free credit repair just be one of the first ten callers eight hundred four eight to four hundred ninety four a fifty seven year old man arrested in an incident that involved multiple stabbings in downtown indianapolis saturday afternoon abc's graham hunter is on the scene for adult men are in the hospital right now two of those people are in critical condition police are saying the person believed to be responsible for instigating the stabbing also suffered stab wounds d is still trying to figure out what led up to the stabbing saying there were multiple witnesses to the attack and they're between forty and fifty people were out here when it happened i talked to a few of those witnesses who say the man responsible road into the park on a bicycle and was playing siren noises on a megaphone and then when people asked him to stop he pulled out a night in new york city trump tower residents describe a chaotic scene during that fire at the building on saturday resident dennis shields phone wasn't working so we heard from childhood friend who happens to work for the president he says michael cohen who's trump's lawyer texted him and said to get out asap you could smell the smoke and you could just scare things like falling through the vents the fire started on the fiftieth floor of trump tower around five thirty yesterday afternoon killing the occupant of that apartment police in germany say they made six arrests after they say they thought it a knife attack on a half marathon in berlin to apache helicopter pilots killed in friday night's apache crash at fort campbell have been identified as thirtysevenyearold chief warrant officer ryan connolly and twentyeightyearold warrant officer james kasa donna this is abc news range a feller can get a bit sells sore that's why i use blue emu original super strength cream it works fast and penetrates deep to soothe my tired muscles drawings and i'll tell you one thing i had no idea this stuff is so darn handy blue emu original super strength cream available at all major retailers it works fast for longlasting soothing of tired muscles and joints route stank dave packer abc news.
Charter bus shooting leaves 3 dead in Rockford, Illinois; suspect at large
"The fifteen people killed when a truck collided with a bus carrying a junior hockey team western canada trump's is intrigued spoken with canadian prime minister justin trudeau to pay my highest respect and condolences the relatives of the humboldt broncos hockey team curtis a block is with the royal canadian mounted police hockey community has strong roots in our province and the sudden loss of so many lives will be felt not only insists catch one but across this country the driver of the truck involved in the crash wasn't hurt an investigation is underway in munster germany where a driver rammed his van into a crowd of people outside a bar two were killed twenty others hurt than the driver killed himself bbc correspondent jenny hill in the historic heart of one of germany's biggest towns the squad was crowded people enjoying the spring sunshine when a van plowed through what should be a pedestrian is saying for those in its path the chance to escape this pavement cafe with full of people eating drinking relaxing the german security officials says this does not appear to be linked to islam extremism free people have been shot to death on a private adult themed charter bus in the shooter still on the loose rockford illinois police chief daniel shays says the driver of the distinguished gentleman boss called police individual there this killed at least killed three people and we need to make sure that we try and there's no word yet on a possible motive cbs news correspondent cami mccormick says there's been a deadly helicopter crash in kentucky latest crash killed two soldiers there apache helicopter went down during a training mission at fort campbell last night this is the latest in a spate of accidents involving us military aircraft which is raised questions about readiness marines were killed tuesday in the crash of their chopper during a practice landing in l central california parts of yosemite national park have been closed visitors because if very heavy rain this woman says it's okay she's just working around it line plan to come out for the day and it's beautiful it's actually fun to see the park and clouds and fearful in a different way northern california's been drenched by socalled pineapple express storm that's flooded some roads have prompted flight.
"fort campbell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Huge word with fire all around it that first day my mother and i were met by a mob of hundreds and hundreds of redfaced white people some of them carrying ropes i get caught up in that mob and experienced a cloud of fear that i'd never experienced in my life is mother and i would chase back to our car by angry guntoting men it would be days and a trip to court later many news conferences an nacp meetings before we could go again on the second attempt just to get into the school on the second attempt we were escorted to the side door of the school by little rock policemen those same policemen had to seek relief areas out of the base one of the school at the end of the day passed a mob of citizens determined to hang us nineteen 57 determined to hang us one policeman even suggested that they allow one of us to be given to the mall for hanging as a distraction while the rest escaped but the man in charge was determined to get us all out it turned out to be one of the most harrowing events of my life up until that time on the third visit little rock central high school you wonder what sort of mental and emotional strength they have to even try again but on the third visit to little rock central high school we were escorted by the 100 first airborne division from fort campbell kentucky known as the screaming eagles for the extraordinary military skills i was really relieved ungrateful the prison eisenhower sent those soldiers to protect us because how much trouble we must be an if we needed that much military power now get this part the soldiers came with tons of warring equipment including helicopters tanks jeeps with machine guns.
"fort campbell" Discussed on WLOB
"Would zero mike is listening to us in fort campbell kentucky a great patriotic gus spot in america mike walker to the program hurt they thought they i just wanted to say that i think would think joke if that i hear that the reality we have to we have to stir hardening the target no and that's one of the biggest wave that we can deter some of these attack their happening we had a shoot em nashville one of the churches there and my pastors welcomed the pets in the area epa assign detonated shooters within the congregation so if the military towns we had love miltary folk and law enforcement within the congregation so the presser detonated individuals concealed carry that he'll create permanent and also a train with a weapon battled that that gives the congregation a uh more cop that they're safe in then environment because these gather a coming into the salt areas and that's will make an attack and also control a k out if there if there at the shooter that comes then uh we've got detonated guys they're going to pull the trigger we don't have a whole lot of people that can cause more crossbar yaghmai cod because i can't think of a more softer target than than as sunday morning church service you know where folks i'm quite frankly a good number of churches just don't have security in place and anybody could walk in there in and do lord knows what and that certainly appears to be the case in in texas that's exactly i ethic of guys were but in police stations huge knows played up make your statement it will be having a different discussion but they're going into turkey this now you you've had schoolcraft and apparently is replacing it that need to harden their deep is unfortunately that the reality we look at it we don't embrace that fact did the detect will continue to occur folks should know that once they go into a socalled soft target they are going to have marketed yeah you know you mentioned that that situation in tennessee right outside of nashville book of the church of christ and one of the ushers was able to after he been beaten up by think pistolwhipped by the gunman was able to get back out to his car and he was able to get his own gun and uh and and stop the you stop.
"fort campbell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A collection of photos there uh there was a school trip that code and the kipp gall wind up to have their picture taken out front of the cave the photograph was taken and win it was later developed because this was pre digital work with the developed picture and they actually a it popular sulu anything like that they've got a collection of photos there uh there was a school trip that code and the kipp tall wind up to have their picture taken out for an at the cave the photograph was taken and win it was later developed because this was pre digital weapons developed picture and they actually copy back to the k because there is a kid sitting there with his arm around his buddy but in the picture the buddy gone there's nothing there he's missing now i've never seen anything like that before it but the teachers everyone with bear or there was a kid there in that picture but he is literally invisible when the pictures taken it stupid weird spot man there's just a lottery you'd be strange energy there and that the thing with the photographs happened to live people get laughed and push to clinch did not down there have been lots of instances where they're in group people there is a a military base close by speaking a lot of soldiers to come out from fort campbell to visit the case and a lot of those guys had weird no happened in in experiences when they've come to this cave it's a theory took very strange place and it's one of my favorite places within a little tight country i just i love the place i mean it's just it's fascinating just because it's weird but i gotta tell you i've never spend the night geared you just won't um now i wanna go spend the night there that's amazing how you gotta visit i mean if you.
"fort campbell" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"In my parents had worried about me going into the military because and i'll just show this is a really quick story ray when i decided to go into the military my family was aghast because although they wanted me to make something of myself there was a sixty minutes profile about a boy who had had his head bashed in with a baseball bat at fort campbell which is actually very close to where i live right now here in kentucky and it was a big to do in the military and i was like mom that's not going to happen to me like i i can butch it up they need to they're never going to find out about me end so that's probably in part why felt like i needed to act like the way that i did yeah we mentioned this on the previous interview that you came out to your parents at sixteen i was forced out of the closet at age six okay yeah i i was a bit of a horn dog and again as i mentioned other the previous podcast i had no outlet for expressing my sexuality and this is like a 1991 1992 so there were still a lot of homophobes a lot of people didn't understand what being gay was they thought it was just a bunch of child molesters and perverts they had no real idea about what it was like to be gay and how normal we are like i'm so average as far as my life goes know me and jay we come home we watch tv we have dinner we go to bed we wake up i fix dinner ethics breakfast i mean it's just it's just a normal experience but people didn't understand that in 1991.
"fort campbell" Discussed on WLAC
"Tactical edge on fort campbell boulevard last friday a five thousand dollar reward is being offered for information leading to a can vic shen and as the mlb draft continued yesterday more names from the vanderbilt roster will be headed to the pros junior infielder will tafi was selected by the oakland a's in the fourth round as was senior catcher jason delay going seven picks later to the pittsburgh pirates get the latest national and local news ondemand now a w l e c don the truth nothing is is the sean hannity morning sights on monday yes senator crocodile tears chucky schumer peru while he is way too much time on his hands after president trump held his first cabinet meeting well chucky tweeted great meeting today with the fast staff in the history of the world along with a video of him and his staff around the conference room table mocking the president now the hill by the way also reports video of schumer asking a stamp well how did we do on the sunday shows what a staff quickly pivoted to compliments your tone was perfect one staffer said you're you're right on message another a schumer ask another raid house hair look towards the staffer replied view have great hair nobody he has better here than you know what he thinks he's funny senator crybaby india please find a better way to work for the american taxpayer made maybe you should be by yourself some new straight path later the sean hannity show imagine that i only gave you a part of the new story but guess what it'd be pretty hard to follow but that's what.
"fort campbell" Discussed on WLAC
"Tactical edge on fort campbell boulevard last friday a five thousand dollar reward is being offered for information leading to a can vic shen and as the mlb draft continued yesterday more names from the vanderbilt roster will be headed to the pros junior infielder will tafi was selected by the oakland a's in the fourth round as was senior catcher jason delay going seven picks later to the pittsburgh pirates get the latest national and local news ondemand now a w l e c don the truth nothing is is the sean hannity morning sights on monday yes senator crocodile tears chucky schumer peru while he is way too much time on his hands after president trump held his first cabinet meeting well chucky tweeted great meeting today with the fast staff in the history of the world along with a video of him and his staff around the conference room table mocking the president now the hill by the way also reports video of schumer asking a stamp well how did we do on the sunday shows what a staff quickly pivoted to compliments your tone was perfect one staffer said you're you're right on message another a schumer ask another raid house hair look towards the staffer replied view have great hair nobody he has better here than you know what he thinks he's funny senator crybaby india please find a better way to work for the american taxpayer made maybe you should be by yourself some new straight path later the sean hannity show imagine that i only gave you a part of the new story but guess what it'd be pretty hard to follow but that's what it's like relying on monitoring your credit your bank statements to protect your identity you're only get part of the story yeah your bank well they can help detect credit card fraud but not the many other ways that your identity can be stolen like for example of someone opens a new account or applies for an on