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"fort thomas" Discussed on WTOP
"To BWI thurgood Marshall be advised the Baltimore Washington Parkway is closed northbound between four ten and the beltway crash investigation from the early morning hour Now you have root one count avenue four ten four 50 50 onto a New York avenue on to 50 all workarounds for an early Saturday morning keep that in mind Now if you're joining the beltway to go to the Baltimore Washington Parkway nothing is in your way there and you ride well all the way through 6 95 in both directions 95 in Maryland also beltway to beltway running well There is a work zone on Maryland 200 the ICC eastbound ramp to go north 95 scheduled to be closed for that work soon You are able to access the southbound ramp but that is a hefty workaround to plan early If you bypass on cantera to route one you can turn around just be prepared Now we're checking into southern Maryland and we have a closure of roof fort Thomas Johnson bridge both directions they've shut the bridge down police action There are delays now in both directions to get there where they're turning vehicles around and off of the protectant river bridge So root four closed between Solomon's island and saint Mary's county how they have the brute for Thomas Johnson bridge closed with police activity into Virginia we go We're interstate travel is light 95 Springfield spottsylvania doing okay Easy pass express points out down Three 95 all clear from the earlier issue between one ten and The Pentagon the debris and disabled vehicle have cleared Ashley Helen stores super savings mattress event is going on now save up to 25% off mattresses select mattresses hurry in for better sleep and savings Ashley home store This is home Mary defends a WTP traffic And now a storm team four is Michelle Grossman All the cold start to our weekend We could see some icy spots just be careful as you head out today becoming mostly sunny bitterly cold and windy highs upper 20s to low 30s.
"fort thomas" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Because what's not to say, they weren't going to get a charter flight back, but let's just say another airline flew them back to Canada on a regular flight. You know, they've got passengers on there who are obeying the rules and everything. That could have been a real mess. Yeah. I guess my first inclination was, yeah, they got what they deserved. And as I thought about it more, I was thinking, there's a parallel here, which is the no fly list. If you have an individual passenger who's disruptive, doesn't follow rules. You get on the no fly list. The difference here is apparently everybody got punished for the behavior of presumably not a 100% of the people on the airplane. I'd have to guess that there were some people that were following the rules, maybe not. I don't know. The video I saw at least everyone in frame was not they were all participating in the debauchery. Therefore, you're right. There might have been two or three people not, but they were certainly the exception. Well, maybe there should be an exception for Canadians. I mean, the weather's pretty brutal up there. I could understand when you're headed to Mexico that you're gonna be pretty excited. But Canadians are so nice and well behaved. It's out of character, right? But well, seriously though, the transport Canada is reportedly investigating this situation and passengers could face some fines up to $5000 if they violated the COVID-19 restrictions. Canada's restrictions, because they forbid passengers from traveling without masks. And I guess this group or at least most of them were not. Yeah, I was going to say, maybe one punishment or the other, but not both. I think that's pretty bad. Yeah, yeah. Being stuck in that having to pay a 5 grand final deal. But at least they were stuck in Mexico. You know, I mean, it could have been worse. It could have been stuck in Greenland. I think I'd rather be stuck in Greenland. Greenland, but I loved Iceland. I wouldn't so I'm thinking I wouldn't mind being in Greenland either. I've been to Greenland and it was cold. So it was like Canada is what you're saying. Yeah. And for those that are offended, I have the email account, I am really offended at Yahoo dot com, so go ahead and send your email there. You mentioned that last week. Are you getting enough volume of mail to that? Or do we need to help? Yeah, I don't check it every day, but I think if I'm more offensive, the volume will pick up and all of something to read, of course. Do you reply to all the emails? Yeah, you do. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, that's part of the fun for me. So are you trolling these people? I mean, is this? No, no. Nope, no, just one reply. And if they choose to reply back then, we'll have a conversation, if not, that's the end of it. But that would have made sense, because when I think of Brian, I think, of trolls. So that's right. No, no, you remember that. I always tell that story. We'll go ahead Brian. Maybe when we talk about what's up with the gigs we get Brian to get remind people. Some people. It's a fun story. It is, I love it. So in the meantime, let's move on to what's become the regular 5G segment of the show. Man, so maybe this is what you know there's tankers, there's F-35s. It's about time the rest of you people have things that you have to talk about every week. Like 737 maxes and now 5G it's finally it's coming around full circle for the rest of us. It's the a ten of the cellular industry. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So I won't recap the situation because we've done that several times, but previously on 5G that's right. This week in 5G so what's new is AT&T and Verizon, both agreed to delay the rollout of the C band 5G service for two weeks to January 19th, 2022. But here's the kicker absent any quote unforeseen aviation safety issues. But the wireless carriers agreed that the FAA would provide them with a list of and this is a quote from, I think the statement they made with a list of no more than 50 priority airports that they would propose to be subject to the sea band exclusion zone. So that's already happened. That list was provided by the FAA talked about that on aviation news talk this week. And what was really interesting was the criteria. So there are some airports for which C band is not being deployed next to them, so they obviously didn't get included. They looked at which airports had poor weather the most. And so they kind of sorted on several criteria. And I guess that those particular airports, the FAA is going to limit pilot's ability to do cat two and cat three landings in auto land. So I think it sounds like some of those functions just won't be allowed at some of these airports. It wasn't real clear, but that's kind of what it sounded like because the FAA said there may be delays because of this. Well, the we have a link to the list of the 50 airports. There's a PDF that's available on the FAA website. Mary Kirby wrote an article for the runway girl network on this topic that is pretty instructive and we'll have a link to that in the show notes. But the FAA said that the wireless companies agreed to turn off transmitters and make other adjustments, those are near these airports for 6 months to minimize potential 5G interference with sensitive aircraft instruments used in low visibility, landings. That's what the FAA said. But this deal also says that additional requests may be made for voluntary surgical mitigation measures at any individual airport. Which is interesting. But at the same time, AT&T and Verizon shall have sole discretion to determine if any requested mitigations adjustments or alterations will be made. So that reads kind of funny. Yeah, and where's T mobile in this? They don't use cbm. They bought a huge chunk down on the 600 megahertz range, which kudos on them because it's 600 megahertz does much better at penetrating buildings. The lower frequency. Let's see. Lower frequency longer wavelength. Yep, is going to penetrate buildings better. You get up to the C band and, oh man, you could probably block C band signals with a pillow. The wavelengths are so short up there that it's not nearly as attractive spectrum. It's probably the one positive to it is there's much more of it available than there is down in the 600 megahertz range that T mobile is deploying their 5G and just to be clear, I think 5G, I think T mobile is doing 5G and multiple bands. The 600 megahertz is probably the most attractive band they have, but they're not in C band. This is an example of why 5G is not one thing. 5G is a marketing term in my opinion that's used by different carriers in different ways. Yeah, standards. We love them. That's why we have so many of them. That's right. Yeah. All right. I could go off on a rant on that too. All right, so this is another interesting story. This comes from who is this come from? Fort Thomas matters dot com, I'm not sure what that is. Boon county, jury awards nearly $2 million to pilot fired for. Refusing to fly in unsafe conditions. For being smart. Yeah, no, it's a fascinating story..
"fort thomas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We'll talk to Mo eager if he's available. If he's on the golf course this morning or Doing something some kind of celebratory Fourth of July kind of thing. Perhaps. Um And Mike Allen will be with us right after nine. Saturday midday here on 700 Wlw Happy Birthday America. I mentioned the Mount Washington Fourth of July Parade, which is actually this evening at seven o'clock. I understand that the Fort Thomas Fourth of July Parade, which is traditionally one of I'm not a parade guy at all. But the Memorial Day parade The Bellevue Dayton, Kentucky Memorial Day Parade is just one of the most enjoyable spectator parades. I've ever been it and so is the Fort Thomas. Fourth of July Parade which I believe happens around. I don't know. 10, 30 11 o'clock. This morning. They'll be lining the streets for Thomas Avenue. And somebody. Rex told me that, uh, red, white and kaboom. Goes kaboom tonight with Rosie's famous fireworks in Fairfield. I'm looking for a place to watch fireworks because I never get to. I won't get to tomorrow night for sure. Haley get up early and work on Monday morning, but Such as the case. You got to do what you gotta do. It's time to talk to our friend Rick Green from Spirit works. This.
"fort thomas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"When, when you can't trust your drinking water that that's like at the end of day school Rude. That's one thing you can always fall back on. Okay. That's one of the greatest blessings of living in America as most people get fresh, clean drinking water, which is a total blessing. But now The case. There's a treatment plant on Kellogg. There were California golf courses, and it seems to me the protection is there's a sign that says drinking water don't enter. Well, increasingly, That's not going to cut it anymore. There was another example. And we've seen this multiple times in the last six months to a year about these. Some of these small, um you know, structural, governmental structural things that are getting hacked into right, the colonial pipeline and now also drinking supplies. This was in California. The, uh, parts of the San Francisco Bay. I drinking water 50,000 security disasters potentially around the country. Wayne happen. There are according to this article that Dave Hatter, as a matter of fact, just sent me there are over 52,000 separate drinking water. Facilities in the country Now Dave had her, um, in your mind. I'll tell visit to secure all of those, and I think I'm gonna know your answer. Yeah, I bet you guys can get what I'm going to say it. It's pretty tough. You know that article? I just found Eddie. I think it's fascinating and terrifying at the same time, because you know, we've talked about this people were and it's in the news a lot. You see these infrastructure attacks. And while a lot of that's been focused on land somewhere, you know which typically just shut the system down. You know, we've seen at least two examples. Now the old um, our plant in Florida and now this plant out in California. Where hackers have been able to get in, and unfortunately they're taking advantage of known security problems. Fantastic words obsolete system tools that probably should not be installed. In the operational technology. Nerds like me will draw a distinction it information technology is the stuff the businesses using, and the operational technology is typically the but software the systems that are controlling some type of machinery plants. That sort of thing. You know, these things are connected to one another when they shouldn't be. And to your point this this article just came out. I just stumbled into right before I came on here. 52,000 plants. For a survey of 600 employees that work at those plants. Only about less than 40% of them even know exactly what they have. And if you think about it, and think about this for a second guys and this is a fundamental tenant in the cybersecurity world. How can you secure something? If you don't know you have it. And how can you keep it secure? It makes you don't know you have it right and think about it, right? Yeah. No, it makes a ton of sense, but But we We've talked in the past about this, Um, about the infrastructure getting into the drinking water in votes said they target these kind of smaller, maybe even more rural E. Facilities right that don't have a don't have the best up to date security. Don't have the best up to date software and also don't have money come out of their ears. Right? So so what to be able to and you need the money to build the system to secure yourself from stuff like this? And a lot of them? Don't have it Is that kind of what's at play here Still I think that's part of it, Rocky, but I think a lot of it too is you know you can probably trace it all to money to some extent, right? If you don't have nerds like me running around that can say, Hey, you know, You need to be worried about the security of these things. And you need to be doing what we nerds would call just basic cyber security hygiene, making sure that when someone quits their accounts get disabled, right, making sure that people don't use the same passwords over and over. You guys probably saw the headline. Gigantic path word dump again. Almost 8.5 billion path words released, Um if you're using the same username or password and local accounts, right passwords reused. Of how the bad guys can break in, You know, people use the same user names and passwords for the work account and their personal accounts. So you know, it doesn't cost anything to have a strong password. It doesn't It doesn't cost anything in many cases, or very little, Relatively speaking. To use things like password managers, the multi factor authentication. It doesn't cost anything or very little to set your systems up so that they're installing the latest updates. Now again, some of the I'm oversimplifying this because Sometimes the latest updates will break things right. But doing things like separating the operational technology from the information technology, making sure that these critical system can't be accessed from the Internet. That creates friction that creates problems for maintenance and that sort of thing, But where we're at today. Now we've seen to real world examples of this per this study. And this other article. I just sent you ready. You know, it says that Only 67, or 67.9% of the water systems reported no it security incidents in the last 12 months. That's that's pretty hard for me to swallow, right. But how many again, you said Almost 70% said they had no incidents. Well, right. Well, that means 30% have yes, 30% of 52,000 is I'm not good mouth, but that's a lot. That's a lot of dead people. In other words. One, and that's the thing you know, rocketeer point a lot of these smaller rural ones where they don't have the money and so forth. Now, obviously, if you attack active, they're going to be a softer target. Put. Your impact is probably not going to be as high if you are there, you know, And you pointed out that plan on Kellogg Avenue. You've got the one on Grand Avenue in Fort Thomas. Yeah, with a fence around it here in northern Kentucky. I've always thought that too. I mean, forget the cyber attack for a second. What would stop a terrorist from just walking over and jump in and fraction? Yes, I've wondered that were absolutely how easy would that be?.
"fort thomas" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"John McGinnis in Fort Thomas Sullivan. Hope you having a good Tuesday. Talking about the incredible bias on the part of the media and how they just could not accept the notion the promise that Mike Pompeo, I think, most notably, frankly, Mike Pompeo, but President Trump as well could possibly have had something In terms of accuracy and correct us when they posited the theory that it was the Wuhan lab that was the source of the leak of the Corona virus. Why in the world would you just outright dismiss that and actually, I'm interested. Note that At Home and Jenkins Jr points out. The Wall Street Journal today and almost every profession law medicine engineering science, agriculture architecture, Countering bias is central to the discipline. Get noticed that representatives of these professions when talking to the press often seemed to adapt themselves to a media culture geared to the production of bias. Scientists who found their way into the story, dismissing the lab league theory where the ones most willing to model the media's preferred standard. Mr Trump supports it. I'm against it. And again, I don't I don't have any quarrel or any black of ability to understand. People in large numbers taking except exception to the manner in which President Trump comported himself. I get that Uh, but that does not mean that everything he came up with, and certainly not Secretary Pompeo should be dismissed outright. Conversely, if you really truly infatuated with a public figure Resist the temptation to fall in tow, cultivate type of behavior and and mentality and ask questions there, too, because it's appropriate. Which calls 855295 66 100. Let's head out to California and check in with the Iran Ron. Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation, sir. In the afternoon. Thank you for taking my call You, Ben, You know, I completely concur with your assessment that this was not an accident and we can expect another pandemic. And the reason I say that is now the Chinese feared up the best way to hit us. They beat us by defeating our economy. In a pandemic certainly did a good job of doing that for a while, it did it did it. I just think this thing is over with. I expect another one within a year. Well, I wouldn't go so far as to say, I believe that it was intentionally done. I have engaged my skepticism on that one. I think it's a possibility, certainly that it warrants further exploration. But it is incredibly high risk. Tol leak something of this nature because As we've seen, it does not discriminate in terms of who is going to strike. So nonetheless, I think is very, very clear that because it has happened, and it has happened again and then yet again, this is not the first the first time this has occurred. Emanating from the same part of the globe. I think that the likelihood the foreseeability is that it will happen again. And would we be better prepared to Ah, to minimize the likelihood of Ah recurrence of this kind of Ah pandemic. If we if we masked the appropriate probative questions early on and sought answers and moved with haste and some level of force Tonto to demand answers to the questions. There were the absolutely critical Tonto gauging a plan creating a plan mapping, of course for the future to minimize this kind of a pandemic it it's been a horrible, horrible year. And and I think quite honestly, there's a very high degree of probability that we haven't seen the full impact of it in terms of in terms of economic challenges. Appreciate the call very much. Ron will stay in California. Check in with Eric. Eric. Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation, sir. Hi, John. How are you? I'm very well thanks. Hey, don't Yeah. You know, I grew up in the coming this country and, you know, I know what this cover ups, but I think you know, we will know it's just matter of time. What happened? You think we will now, but yeah, Yeah. I have no doubts about it. It will just You know, it will come out eventually. But the point is like, you know, like in. Ah, in, you know, criminal, though there's like circumstantial, You know, everybody always have them there. There's there's plowing of them. And, uh, one of the scientists so called You know, they were saying, Well, you know, it's unlikely they said, the mutations and everything. And I was always wondering. They never show the evidence that it was like natural mutation right? There was killed them, right? You know what the based on because I know. You know, I did. I'm not a biologist, but I'm in a different area. You know what? When you do in the testing And what you do something There's always you can manipulate data. You know everything. No, I I understand completely. And I'll tell you what, Erica, I'm hopeful. Uh, that your your your true you're correct in your assessment that this is likely to be answered more affirmatively. And maybe I hang some hope on the fact that we have moved a long way in the last 30 days. We'll see where it goes, but, frankly, absent specific evidence to support a theory than the questions need to still be asked, And I think that's exactly the point you make, and I appreciate that very much. John McGinnis in Fort Tom Sullivan, 855295 66 100 talking about the importance of being appropriately skeptical yet open minded..
"fort thomas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Over 12 years. Other parts of the tri state exceeded the 10, Inch Mark, Fort Thomas and Southgate among them. The storm system that moved through overnight is now gone. Now it's down to the cleanup. Jared Bolden with the city of Cincinnati says they have 55 trucks out right now, clearing the main streets first, before moving on to the residential areas. You don't have to travel to stay in the comfort of your home. We would like if you could utilize off street parking that's always helpful to us. And if you do have to be out And you see our trucks. Please, just give him enough room to work, You know, give him some space and let them do the things that they need to do. All of Hamilton County is operating under a level two snow emergency. Right now. Butler County is that level One road conditions are getting better, but you're still dealing with some tough spots out there and long delays due to accidents this morning. Let's check the latest traffic and weather together from the UC Help Traffic Center You see, health cardiology provides the region's most advanced heart care program visit. You see how don comes last heart for details. The biggest headache is on Fort Washington Way North bound 71 remains blocked because of an accident in that traffic is slowing off of 75. South bound, slowing from 74 into town North bound that's heavy from buttermilk into downtown. The All lanes were blocked off on South bound 71 on Fort Washington. Way you can now use the river road ramp. You can use the North bound 75 ramp and I just watched the salt trucks get to the South Bay. 75 ramp so hopefully that will re open shortly. Crews continue to clear Rex on eastbound to 75 near Kellogg. That traffic is.
"fort thomas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Stay home if you can, with the seven o'clock report them, Rick, you Chino Breaking. Now avoid leaving your home this morning. If at all possible overnight snowfall, making four very hazardous road conditions, the plows and salt trucks around the lane. Visibility is at a minimum. If you absolutely have to be out this morning, take it easy and take it slow digging out from several inches of snow, some parts of the tri state seeing 10 inches of accumulation that fell overnight. And that's been keeping salt trucks and snowplows busy for hours. Now it's harder work in some areas than in others. Anytime you can use off street parking, please do so. It only helps our trucks. So whether you're on a priority street or you're on a residential street. If you can utilize off street parking, it definitely helps us. Jared Bolden with the city of Cincinnati. Butler County is at a level one snow emergency meaning drive with caution. But Hamilton County is that level two, meaning you should only be on the roads if it's an emergency, and a statement from the Hamilton County sheriff says all roads in the county have been closed. I'm Jack Crumley news radio 700 wlw. The 10 inches of snow in parts of town is the most we've gotten in over a decade. Northern Kentucky and Fort Thomas and Florence especially got hit hard in Ohio. The snow was pretty much everywhere. You're traveling anywhere. Really from, say, Columbus south towards Pike County. And then all the way across from Cincinnati to Wheeling, West Virginia. You're gonna have snow covered roads and spots and a slow go this morning. That's Matt Bruning. With Odin. As you can imagine, Dozens of school districts have either called off class or they're running remote learning for the day. Boone Kent in Campbell County,.
"fort thomas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Wlw. Like that. Someone like some Mike McConnell music there. 7 36 on the 700 wlw. Good morning. Steve Hawkins in for Mike. Mike's off on vacation much deserved to end 2020. He'll be rolling next week Monday and get you going in 2021. Doesn't that sound good? 2021. That is good. Hey, northern Kentucky. Getting some love this morning to see this latest home Snacks website right about different regions in America. New report Out says that Fort Thomas is the best place to live. In Kentucky, not just Northern Kentucky. In Kentucky, it says for Thomas Frank's first because of its low unemployment, high adjusted medium income, and it's crime rate rakes in the lowest 10% of all the places in Kentucky, other places in Kentucky. For you to live. Edgewood came in second Villa Hills. Third, Fort Mitchell, fourth six, was fort right. Seventh was Cold Springs so and ate with his Bellevue. The other one's air around the state, too. But there's some good love there for northern Kentucky. I like that, as we wind down 2020, all right. The stock market's down yesterday from their recent high the record highs. What's going on with your money and all new Bloomberg Market minute coming up in about 30 Cents. Did you see that new fantasy film with the evil wizard places a curse on the beautiful woman who refused his advances But her true love a dashing knight with the magical sword battles The Wizard to the.
"fort thomas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"That he has vetoed a bill that would allow the General Assembly to rescind quarantine or isolation orders from the health department. Wind, saying that Senate Bill 3 11 was simply not in the best interest of protecting the health and safety of the people in the state of Ohio supporters, though, say lawmakers would've had to say on orders that impact their liberties and lively hoods. The Senate leader told the Enquirer he has the votes to override the veto, but we'll be looking into some alternatives first. Help. Meanwhile, right around the corner is Cove in case numbers continue to surge in Kentucky, the country lost a record high number of people to covert 19 Wednesday and with 34 new death Thursday. This week, Kentucky saw its highest number of deaths We've had our three high stays. Covert fatalities all in a row. We've had 118 deaths since Monday alone. Kentucky now has over 2000 covert 19 related deaths. The positivity rate is now 10.7%. But in better news light at the end of the tunnel, just got a little bit writer. He says. The state could be vaccinating people in just a matter of weeks. We believe that we could be vaccinating people here in Kentucky. As early as December 15th just right around the corner, he says The first allocations will be sent to 11 hospitals across the state, including three and Jefferson County into and Fayette County. That's Suzanne Duval reporting Saint Elizabeth in Edgewood. Also on that list again roughly 1000 doses of the vaccine. Meanwhile, due to the influx of covert cases in northern Kentucky, Saint Elizabeth Turning three of its five urgent care centers into Cove it on Lee facilities. The idea is to keep covert and non covert patients separated from one another. The facilities in Highland Heights, Dry Ridge and Greendale, Indiana, will be converted to Cove. It only centers while Fort Thomas and Florence will.
"fort thomas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Fair has officially been canceled due to a coronavirus concerns fair organizers making the announcement this morning on Twitter they say the fair will return next year a judge in Lake County Wednesday ruled in favor of independent health and fitness centers and struck down the health department directors order keeping gyms across the state closed but governor Mike DeWine says in the grand scheme of things it really doesn't matter because they were set to reopen next week anyway open we worry opened virtually everything now in the state there's a couple things that were a finish up opening tomorrow lieutenant governor is going to have a press conference and more now since two moral arbiters virtually everything is open now the only thing it's really not open as any kind of mass gatherings we're still holding to our rule of of ten people in again in a in a gathering the governor telling channel nine the yesterday's court order does not change any of the restrictions that the state has put in place on how gym owners must operate as they re open today is the day that restaurants in Ohio can reopen for indoor dining operations are being scaled back to comply with strict social distancing guidelines Kentucky restaurants open at one third capacity tomorrow a northern Kentucky teacher is facing child **** charges coming to police charged Justin fussing here yesterday with possessing and viewing matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor fussing or as a special education teacher at Samuel ward hill elementary school in fort Thomas he's already out on bond a reward is now being offered to anyone who could help locate a missing tri state team the family of a missing pricey chains now offering a fifteen thousand dollar reward for information on the disappearance of Madisonville high school senior has been seen since Sunday when a car and cellphone were found in the parking lot of a church in greenfield our father tells nine news they know she didn't run off of someone voluntarily.
"fort thomas" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Turns out he's a blues band from fort Thomas New Mexico played a bass got food with our guests running for district attorney here in judicial district number one what was the name of your band the victory the victory garden no wonder a yeah yeah we we rock and roll band it was college kind of rock and roll in the early nineties the name we actually got from the public television broadcast manual it was the name of one of the shows and nationally syndicated show that is lame yeah it was really I'm not I'm not disagreeing with you yeah I wouldn't be proud of that because the funding of told me what the U. S. and I'm an honest guy so all right Scott is running for district attorney you'd like to call in Chatham to him about what he what do you know what he envisions a district attorney and this judicial district number one should be four two four twelve sixty four to four twelve sixty all throw some headphones on all right are you you practice long now what kind of law do you practice Sir my my practice is turned into a largely consumer focused practice which I didn't really anticipate when I left the AG's office so just by way of background I graduated from law school in two thousand one and get okay my first job at a law school was clerking on the New Mexico Supreme Court for the honorable Pamela Beaminster okay one of the best jobs I've ever had she was she was a wonderful woman and a great boss and I learned an awful lot both about being a lawyer and about being a gracious human being from her she was she was phenomenal that's a good lesson it was it was there are lots of good lessons and then after that year I spent five years in the Dallas Texas office of a Houston based law firm called Vinson and Elkins after that five years was up I came back to the maternal always Vinson and Elkins is it that was all come for me it was all commercial litigation so yeah it was it was companies fighting over money five years was a balance ideal it was six five years was about all I could all it could handle that okay so so at the end of that I I like said it came back to New Mexico came to Santa Fe took a job at the attorney general's office with Kerry king I was in the litigation division there for the first three years I was a staff attorney in the litigation litigation division and for the last four so for pretty much the entirety of Gerry second term I was the director of litigation division okay got to do some great stuff in that role I and I can come back and talk about some of that in a minute but to your question what I'm doing now I opened a solo practice at the end of two thousand fourteen or the beginning of two thousand fifteen I guess and like I said it turned into a consumer focused practice for me what that meant was representing borrowers of predatory lenders and specifically title a car title lenders I had a whole host of cases against a couple of the bigger lenders in New Mexico on behalf of individual borrowers and it was work I really have really ended you win some I will have one most of them actually well I agree well I shack I should say this I one one at the beginning and that particular lender then decided that they would prefer to settle of the remaining cases that I had in any of that I had on deck okay so I cleared that out and they're busy this day did you run out of state I was not that successful unfortunately but my favorite industry yeah that well you we could fill a whole hour probably talking about just that income so but it was it was good it was good work it was it was good for the soul and and you know I I actually was able to to at least scratch out a living doing it right so that was that was good so this doesn't sound like Scott you have any criminal any criminal experience at all I don't have any prosecutorial experience I'd I have been defended criminal side I did have one criminal defense case in the last couple years it was a case that arose out of the same set of facts as a civil case that it represents incline and K. so I I handled the the criminal matter forms well and when I was it was acquitted criminally but still still try sibling actually he was he was convicted criminally but it but the criminal case was about a year or so after the civil case wow so so there's already been a finding of liability in the civil case and then the the the criminal case picked up it had it been up on appeal the criminal case had been pending but so all this experience is going to lead you to do what with the district attorney's office and Santa Fe in surrounding areas the the first thing that I would say is a lot of people I think you're a little confused on the right were they just they just don't know when there's no reason that they would necessarily what it is that the elected district attorney does in in the answer is not terribly glamorous related the district attorney that manages a law office for the most part district attorney sets prosecution priorities sets appropriate policy priorities to the extent that they relate to the to the job of the of the district attorney and and your job is to make the trains run on time and that's that's really what you're there for your there to make sure that the people who work in the office the people who were over in court date today know what their job is I know what what's expected of them and have the tools that they need to be able to get the job done I have to say professionally the courtroom is my favorite place to be and I'm a little disappointed you that try cases if you want I I will have the item while cases well if we know that for just a second okay I certainly will have you are your own I will have the opportunity to to to get into court and I will take those opportunities but the the criminal cases that I've touched in the past this sort of circle back to to something you would ask me about earlier when I was at the attorney general's office I argued around forty cases in the New Mexico Supreme Court can briefs probably a hundred more he does doing that yeah the the I I really enjoyed that work and it was all in this starts to get a little technical but but they were they were extraordinary rate cases which originate in the Supreme Court they weren't appeals they started in the Supreme Court and and only about half of those cases dealt with criminals substantive criminal law issues from the extent to which the DA's office can be involved in the grand jury selection process calling Grand Jr is to bring him in you know to to sit and be impaneled the the conduct of district attorneys and assistant district attorneys in front of a grand jury nine sentencing for repeat offenders there there are a whole bunch of criminal law topics that had the opportunity to to deal with in that capacity and so coming back now to trying cases at the district attorney's office I am not at all the kind of manager who would say that looks like a case that's going to get a lot of media attention I'm gonna try that case I want cases to be tried by the people who are the best people to try those cases and if it turns out that that's me great but certainly early on at least I would expect that that will be did the the seasoned and talented prosecutors are already in that office I would think you're not gonna take any high profile homicide cases that's not your special day that's that's the exact exactly right right it's going to find the best person to handle those kind of case that's right it's much more important to me that something like that be handled competently than that I'd be the face of that prosecution our guest is Scott Fuquay is running for DA Scott I'm almost I'm almost appalled that you would think that the district attorney would take the.
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"For another time ray Kinsella director communications thank you very much for coming on the bill Cunningham show thank you thank you so much spell unlisted tenure with more coming up in about twenty minutes or so we'll be sheriff Richard K. Jones of other county big story in the USA today yesterday was about the Mexican drug cartels kind of targeting small town America for heroin methamphetamine cocaine and fat known all those things you can't sell products to individuals and don't want to buy I don't care what it is you can show up somewhere where those drugs and if you're not welcome in fort Thomas Sir liberty township you have no customers so there's something about the hollowing out of Americans that we have so many economic and other benefits today but something's happening in bother county Ohio Kentucky West Virginia Tennessee is like the epicenter of the marketing of the Mexican drug cartel to sell their products here because customers are buying why it's happening is USA today attributed to among other things joblessness a sense of not belonging loneliness of mental health issues are always in play most of us in the last year I've had five acquaintances of mine killed themselves from the age of nineteen to the age of fifty seven on a lawyer friend of mine and those five and something's happening where people are checking out and can handle it and no one has spoken more forcefully about what to do and not just to the supply but to the need to have that done to him compose drugs upon yourself into get lost in the drug world and Richard K. Jones in fact I'm gonna ask him how many women in the Butler County jail been addicted to drugs how many babies born in the potter county jail I have drug addicted babies and what's happening to generations of families lost in Butler County player my account is another area rural white America disproportionately uses these kinds of drugs and what are the reasons so let's continue with more plus a two oh six today is spread when strip plus a.
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"Low drops down to twenty seven and a mix of sun and clouds for your Thursday a high of forty four eighteen degrees right now Cincinnati police still investigating after a late night shooting in Evanston police say a man was shot in the stomach while sitting in a vehicle on Dick's month Avenue victim was able to drive himself to the hospital he still in serious but stable condition there was a ten year old in the car at the time of the shooting the child was on harmed still no arrests have been made a former northern Kentucky tourism officials now awaiting sentencing for stealing millions of dollars an agency fun Bridget Johnson online love whom she never met was real he just wasn't from fort Thomas he wasn't working on a business deal involving diamonds and gems police say he was a New York man who ran cellular phone businesses and bill Johnson out of all of her cash hundreds of thousands of dollars then four million dollars in Kentucky taxpayer money from the northern Kentucky convention and visitors bureau where she was a finance director police got him his name is Keith Kasher a forty two year old who they picked up in the Bahamas he's now in the Kenton county jail facing charges she pled guilty and we'll find out in about a month if she'll spend fifty years in prison sandy Collins newsradio seven hundred WLW the recent sales tax increase in Hamilton County is here to stay the group we demand a vote that had been collecting signatures to get the issue put on the ballot will not collect the thirty four thousand signatures needed by tomorrow's deadline that means the quarter of a percent sales tax for the general fund will start on April the first when the union terminal tax expires all in the Wall Street so far today the Dow down fifty eight points nasdaq dropped twenty eight and the S. and P. is off eight our next update at ten o'clock Rick Eugene newsradio seven hundred WLW call Pizza Hut now to pick up a large three topping pizza for just seven ninety nine because the best place to pick up a pizza pizza in the navy no one out pizza after clip off of the doesn't charge for extra.
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"Trial on charges of lying to the FBI and aggravated identity theft he was charged with those crimes after prosecutors say that he pretended to be an underage teen who had been missing for years from Illinois police say Brian Rini is actually from Madonna Ohio and has a history of lying about being the victim of sexual assault that's what he told officers in Newport Kentucky when he said that he was Timothy pits in this past April trial now set for January I'm Jack Crumley newsradio seven hundred WLW a convicted rapist who was mistakenly released from a prison in Georgia last week is behind bars tonight here in the Cincinnati area Tony moon euros Mendez was arrested by the feds in fort Thomas last night should be headed back down south soon update on the case of a suspect who allegedly killed a woman body was found a Woodward high school recently a man accused of killing a young woman in Cincinnati is now dead police believe twenty five year old Gary you banks junior shot and killed himself inside of a Milwaukee apartment after a long standoff Wednesday night the walkie assistant police chief Michael Brunson says officers made a number of attempts to get you back to surrender peacefully before hearing a single gunshot inside the apartment Cincinnati police wanted you banks for the death of eighteen year old Bailey wall her body was found near Woodward high school last Wednesday the two were allegedly on the run for a robbery in Alabama Rick you channel news radio seven hundred WLW the vaping health watch continues tonight with the CDC saying that the number of vaping related illnesses keeps climbing now thirty eight people are dead another eighteen hundred have become sick after vaping this year that's an increase of three deaths and nearly three hundred illnesses over last week's totals and Chicago public school kids go back to class tomorrow and is there teachers strike has ended on Wall Street the Dow lost a hundred and forty points nasdaq off twelve in the S. and P. five hundred down nine.
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"House voted today to lay out ground rules for the impeachment inquiry as it enters its public face the votes cast largely fell along party lines and after the tally house foreign affairs chair Eliot Engel told reporters if the information investigators have uncovered so far hold up to scrutiny the outlook for the president is grim moving ahead the foreign affairs committee will continue to support this effort because we know that the administration's abuse of power resulted in our foreign policy being subverted and our diplomats being smeared sidelined and harassed Kentucky's congressional delegation voted along party lines on the house impeachment resolution Republican congressman James Colmer voted against the impeachment resolution and then demanded a vote on the north American trade agreement my Republican colleagues and I are ready to vote on the deal but house Democrats setting their sights on baseless impeachment of the president choose to neglect important opportunities like this their district Democrat John Yarmouth voted in favor of the measure the state's five Republicans voted against it the vote passed two hundred thirty two to one hundred ninety six ABC's Karen Travers is at the White House with president trump's reaction president trump's first reaction to the house voting to formalize the Democrats impeachment inquiry came in a tweet the president writing quote the greatest witch hunt in American history a familiar refrain from Mr trump one Hughes repeatedly to describe the special counsel's Russian investigation the White House said in a statement that the president quote has done nothing wrong and the Democrats know it press secretary Stephanie Grisham focusing on the impeachment process so far calling it quote unfair unconstitutional and fundamentally unamerican Karen Travers ABC news the White House one of the most wanted men in America is back behind bars now after being captured last night in fort Thomas Kentucky thirty one year old Tony moon euros Mendez had been on the run since Friday the prosecutors sent to prison John war of Gwinnett county Georgia says he doesn't understand the mistake that accidentally set free a child rapist in Georgia if anyone was deserving of a life sentence for this type of crime it was him he was convicted of child rape and molestation in twenty fifteen and was released from jail though he was serving three life sentences in southern Indiana woman is dead after an early morning apartment fire will Clark reports fire crews were called to the winds are two apartments in Charles town Thursday morning to find one of them involved in flames Charles town assistant fire chief Andre he'll telling W. okay why rescue we do women with fire suppression and did our search there was a victim inside the apartment that was on fire.
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"Traffic reports every six minutes in the morning when I go home traffic reports every six minutes mornings and afternoons on ninety five point five W. SB at lance's news and big delays I seventy five leaving Cobb county trying to get into town we hear from the traffic team in less than three minutes WSU's time seven oh nine baton temperature seventy two new from overnight a convicted Gwinnett county rapist let loose from state prison by mistake is back in custody after reaching northern Kentucky state and federal authorities tracked Tony Munoz Mendez to fort Thomas across the state line from Cincinnati the department of corrections is now investigating how he was released from prison in Reidsville despite three life sentences for rape and child molestation and upset customer lands in jail after allegedly threatening to harm done what he bank employees police say Martin Donaldson made numerous calls to a regions bank branch for a money transfer the bank manager was late calling back and Donaldson allegedly cursed and threatened to beat him up and his boss they closed his account but even after getting his check police say the calls continued he's charged with terroristic threats and harassing phone call half of Americans under thirty plan to dress up this Halloween ABC sherry Preston says that definitely changes with a with decorating the house nearly half of those with younger kids say they will be doing it less than a third of those over sixty say they well eleven percent of Americans will dress up their pets and a dread seven percent of the A. P. center for public affairs research poll will give out healthy treats tonight traveling for thanksgiving will this year to break the bank over thanksgiving this year is a fortune especially if you're flying says WSB consumer expert Clark our because they're such limited days that people fly through the thanksgiving holiday nice is that I'll be much easier to find deals for Christmas and new years since both fall on a Wednesday this year as long as you flex on your days you got a wide wide travel period see what fares are different days both going and coming and that's where the big savings are Sabrina Cupid ninety five point five WSP WSB news time is seven eleven I. W. S. B. meteorologist Kirk malice will have his exclusive long range winter forecast tomorrow at six twenty seven twenty eight twenty here on this morning news you can see it on the WSB.