31 Burst results for "Four Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars"
Judge denies former Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway’s request for home confinement
"Showed that a federal judge denied former Dallas mayor pro tem. dwaine caraway's request yesterday to be released from prison to home confinement sixty, eight year, old caraway had asked to serve his sentence at home because of health concerns related to. To the coronavirus, his attorney, Michael Payment wrote in a court filing. Last week. That care way is clearly a high risk prisoner because of his age and numerous health issues caraway returned from the Dallas City Council and pleaded guilty in August. Twenty eighteen to taking about four hundred, fifty, thousand dollars in bribes and kickbacks over several years from men responsible for the downfall of school bus agency Dallas, county schools, US district. Judge. Barbara. Barbara Lynn sentenced caraway. In April, twenty nineteen to serve fifty six months in prison for his role. In the corruption case, he could have received up to seven years. Lynn denied the motion to have caraway moved to home confinement ruling that he did not support his claim that he had extraordinary or compelling circumstances that would warrant the transfer caraway was sent to a minimum security federal facility in spring about three hundred miles west. West of Dallas data from the federal. Bureau of Prisons shows that six staff members. There have active COVID, nineteen cases. No active cases were listed for inmates. The Dallas Morning
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to 'step back' from senior royals
"We've got huge news. News coming from the Royal Family. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are stepping back from their duties within the monarchy. Yeah instead of Brexit. This is MEG's is it. This is something we've never ever seen before in our lifetime. I mean yes only time. I can see true Maggie. See I I take such a historic at global view. I'm like quantum leap of gossip. I go to other times but Prince Korean Meghan Markle have basically quit the royal family. There was a report out in the Sun. That said That they were going going to be in talks in the coming days with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles about maybe taking a step back maybe even relinquishing their titles. But later the same day that the report came out they just popped it on instagram. That they're out. They broke broke up with the queen what they posted on instagram from their official Duke and Duchess of Sussex Account after many months of reflection and internal discussions as we have chosen to make a transition this year in starting to carve out a progressive new role within this institution. We intend to step back as senior members of the Royal Family and work to to become financially independent while continuing to fully support Her Majesty the Queen Financially Independent are going to start acting again. Maybe I mean I mean. Prince Harry got thirteen million dollars When he turned thirty from a from a trust so he and his his brother Prince William both got thirteen million dollars so at least he has that in the bank but there are some questions about if they're going to be living in North America And in the UK you know will they still need a full security detail. WHO's GonNa pay for that? WHO's GonNa pay for this life in both places so now they have a family? And you know so I think there are a lot of questions about whether UK tax payers are still going to have to pick up the TAB for any elements of their life or they're just going fully rogue. There are so many questions and it sounds like even the Queen has questions because a few hours after after they released this break-up statements The Palace released one. That's discussions with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are at an early stage. We understand their desire. Take a different approach but these are complicated issues. That will take time to work through. That's a very much like remember. I'm the Queen. I am your grandmother and I will tell you what's up. The writing was on the wall. I mean this is pretty extreme. But you know Harry and Meghan didn't spend Christmas with the royal family. They spend it with her mom right then. They spent six weeks in Canada and then of course there was all the negative press surrounding her. Which Harry fell was unfair? It caused this very testy relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and the press in the UK and it. I guess it was all leading up to this ultimately walking away from the royal family. I guess you figure. Maybe he's thinking. Hey you know you guys treated my mom like crap. I'm I'm not really in line to be King of England. He's like pretty far removed from thrown in in lineage. And he's like what do I need this for. I've got my thirteen million in and I'm good amount and something else you've been reporting on. Is this alleged. Feud between Prince Harry and Prince William you know for a while there. We were calling William Kate Harry and Meghan the Fab four and they look so great when they stepped out together and so happy and you know in recent months. It's been all that other not getting along along. And we just published a story that a friend of Prince Harry and Prince William was on television talking about how the rift is very real and and it's still ongoing and I can only imagine how it's escalated. Now that Meghan Harrier kind of like you guys can handle it from here. We are good it also be interesting to see where they wind up in North America because obviously they have this Canadian connection They could have been Canada which just seems also like a little boring for you. You know some royals. I mean. She shot her. TV show suits in Canada. So you know I guess she could get some acting work still up there when Harry could become like a manager of a Tim Hortons but you know the other thing that could make sense since they left the door open to North America were to do if they're doing a full Lebron and they go to like La as well. I mean the sky's the limit if they go to la they could just take over the town she could relaunch the tag her blog her lifestyle blog. Remember that named after a low. Yeah that's a great idea. Yeah when she was on suits she was making four hundred fifty thousand dollars a year and I was on a USA cable. Show so I mean she does have the potential. I guess if she wanted to go back to acting with her new fame theme I mean I don't know she could do bigger projects than cable shows and probably make quite a bit of
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"And sixty second way unfortunately two cats died in that fire but no one else was injured the losses estimated at four hundred fifty thousand dollars the fire department is the cause of the fire was hot embers that had been removed from the fire place earlier in the evening and disposed of in a plastic plastic container on the deck and tomorrow the female driver involved in a deadly crash along Seattle's Aurora Avenue will appear in court at a bail hearing and now faces additional charges almost Cole Miller explains that deadly crash on a roar Avenue north near thirty ninth street metal and plastic littering the roads power will every horrible and the driver tried to run away after hitting four people killing one of them anybody let me Tamara kept his eyes on the woman behind the wheel are these chairs are down and make sure I keep our how to the police to get the heart breaking update in king county court a second person has died the driver now faces to charges of vehicular homicide and one count each of the heck you are sold and hit and run the drug recognition expert interview the driver no word yet on if she was under the influence a deadly crash in Oregon kills three and injures ten the accident happened Friday night in Marion County in about thirteen people in a van three of those people died at the scene officials say a pick up truck T. bone the van at an intersection two people remain in critical condition three others are in stable condition for others have minor injuries and is the giving season former sea hawk Richard Sherman is certainly doing that.
Fast Five: David Horton, President of Schweizer RSG
"The s three hundred helicopter traces. Its lineage back to the Hughes to sixty nine it received its FAA certification in nineteen fifty nine the US army bought some eight hundred of them for pilot. Training called it the osage over the years. Here's the little helicopter was owned and built by several manufacturers and in two thousand eighteen was purchased by a new Fort Worth Texas entity called Schweitzer RS jeep and. Today we're speaking with its president and managing partner. David Horton so I just wanted to talk about what's going on with the new Schweitzer and what's going on on with the three hundred thing that occurred to me. David is as we discussed. The three hundred is hardly a new design. You obviously think it's still very during competitive and I'm curious what about it after fifty years makes it competitive in two thousand twenty a couple of things. I is the opera ability. It's useful load operated do helicopters from fish potting range wildlife management the cattle mustering who law enforcement. Uh they actually use them for harvesting Christmas trees and training and one of the most robust trainers ever produced the other thing is the safety of a helicopter. I I got a substantial. Thank you reckon with best in class for the class that we operate in and I think those two things make it a very viable so helicopter. I know durable there. Lots still in operation or third in production stopped ten years ago helicopter. Belkin eighteen you know like the fifteen sixteen thousand sixteen timeframe and so it wasn't quite that long ago but there's only a handful bill but yes they have been around for a long Okon like most helicopters you replace. Parkas needed is not a complete overhaul interval. One time in operation. You can still get hard pale mainly because the retirement of the model though. The army is hard-pressed. Hell but we think somewhere around seventeen under this what we estimate. I assume helping support those as a part of your business plan part of the attraction of taking control right. It's pretty straightforward the first. The thing was is to support the existing operators so that they could depend on us to keep their fleets operational. That was first and foremost the second thing was to in the The new production going get the new production line and all the things related to that production certificate supply chain vertical integration. Take all of those things set up in order to be able to produce new helicopters. Then the third thing is to upgrade the helicopters. Currently have you know whether it's a different power plants or Avionics suite or just the vehicle management system bringing into the twenty first century on the things that the pilots in this day and age would look forward or to Saying that you know the modern helicopter when will we see taxes made S. three hundreds. We have started. Actually this week put together together. Are I e model and the ideas. We're going to probably put together four over the next several months. And the reason it's GonNa go slow as the EPA has validate eight hours. Kimberly instructions planning so to speak to produce the helicopters the FAA has worked with us very well so far and they're very excited about helping us get the next level of production support by you know helping US produce the entire helicopter I think after the first three or four or five helicopters we should be able to have have a what they call it. A limited production certificate. How many do you think you'll produce in here? We're going to win for the families flow. They maybe next year and maybe three times that much the year after probably fifty to seventy five a year would be a good average. They're actually the two models of the three hundred right it's three hundred c and the CBI correct and how do they differ. Hey Model Venkat you. Copy model of our helicopter has a higher horsepower. Engine Mexico's way to twenty fifty. And it's the helicopter that a lot of the military trainers to use around the world and so the CBI is lower macro swayed helicopter. Seventeen hundred fifty pounds and it runs the engine that is a a bit lower horsepower. Trade off though is primarily used for training helicopter although people use them for other things around the world but jacked up wedding costs. You'll possibly twenty five to thirty dollars. Our last thing speaking of dollars. What's the price of a three hundred and see beyond we think the three hundred thirteen they can be ours can be in the mid four hundred fifty thousand dollar price way somewhere in there the TV? I would vote four four or five four ten. Is it a three place. Helicopter both to be seeing is definitely a frequent helicopter when we configure it at the left hand drive it can be a left hand drive or right-hand-drive if it's bigger as a left hand drive there'd be a free fights helicopter. CPI for developed is to place helicopter Walker because the primary Pollen Command would be sitting in the right. So what's the market reception so far. You've got some motors. They we're actually able to contract for twenty seven helicopters love them. CBS and then that time we have received notes of interest. I I guess for people like listening to you are counts proxy another forty Salat orders. Considering you haven't even begun yet happens AH happens bill probably two three times a week. We get Paul's about wing to get into a helicopter. And so while we want to go faster than slower on the Production Avenue helicopters. We have to take a pay where we feel comfortable about what we're building and our partners. The best player comfortable about what we're building. You actually acquired three models from rights three models from Lackey Sikorsky. There's the three thirty three as well. Is that likely to go back into production. That's turbine helicopter right. Yes it is. Our Turbine powered helicopter. Three thirty three. We think you've got leg but we've got to do is we gotta find a customer and and have a pretty decent order a pretty good back before we start producing the three three three. We do have a demonstrator here and we will be actively working They'll That helicopter over the next several months years in order to build the backlog we think the helicopter does have some legs. We think it's gotTa play. The world especially for military trainer depend on what the market perception is. If we can get out there and sell it and we can provide something that we think is the value for things and then we will put the thirty three and when do you think you might be getting your production certificate for your operation in the field. Well we're planning on the first quarter of twenty twenty but I think you know everything has gotta go perfect in order to meet that date again. We're not trying to put too much pressure on ourselves because we really would rather do it correctly and makes it a bit you know as we start the production that there's no more kinks or any kind of issues with regards the production of the helicopters. I plan is the first quarter of twenty twenty and were dropped little hard to get that done if it bleeds into the first by the second quarter. Uh He'll be okay with that. There are two production certificates. We're talking about right isn't one from parts and the whole aircraft and all the thank certificate what they do is they limit to production tickets to what they call articles only for left currently what we have articles only production certificate once we start predicting the helicopters as the confident that we can build the helicopter sneak. Article only restriction will be removed the actual unfamiliar with this on articles. Only can you produce parts and sell them exactly what we can do. We can produce every part the helicopters for the second part of that is putting all these parts together to make flying sharing that the second part of the production certificate but yet we have the authority to build every art our helicopter. So are you in business now. Making parts and selling them for businesses to seventeen helicopters tale hard every day to manage our supply chain cups. I feel you're in a helicopter hub aren't you. You've got aerospaciale there and bell's not far away. You got some veterans around you. You know. That really helped him point of you. Know we've been able to attract
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KTRH
"No one so I give up the money four hundred fifty thousand dollars president trump talking about the Democrats and how they're vicious and they stick together they don't have a Mitt Romney in their midst well I think the Democrats fight dirty I think the Democrats allows you politicians with lousy policy they want open borders they don't care about crime they want sanctuary cities they don't care about drugs they don't care about almost anything they don't care about you as soon as you have about that I think the lousy politicians two things they have their vicious and they stick together they don't have big Romney in their midst there are people like that they stick together you never see them break off you never see somebody go out that's why I respected so much what I watched with will heard today because he was one of the few that didn't seem to be there and yet he made a statement he said well I haven't seen any complaints whatsoever from the Ukrainians what is the point and they didn't tell any of our this thing is all about a letter that was perfect you never hear the letter anymore it was all about whistle blowers you never hear what happened to the list of all the gun because they've been discredited what happened to the informant and where is the I. G. why did the IG read the letter read the transcript because I've got the right yes I so I would have declassified it for if I had to do that why did you read this and then she that the whistle blowers account was totally different than the law what is that all there's no problems the was given false account now I have to say well we have to protect somebody they gave a false account you know these whistle blowers they have a like their angels okay so do we have to protect somebody they give a totally false account of my conversation I don't know you tell me you know I would add to that well first of all Mitt Romney was discovered over the weekend had an alternate Twitter account he had his own Carlos danger thing going remember Anthony Weiner was Carlos danger when he was interacting with fifteen year old girls that would end up sending him to present Mitt Romney has been busted for having an alter ego P. error delicto that was really honestly what he was tweeting under the name of and he said well I just had it so I could follow my kids and family members and see what they were up to without people knowing it was my account but then you couldn't help yourself when you defended yourself when you defended when Pierre delicto is supposedly objective person came to the defense of the honorable Mitt Romney and attacked those who would criticize him good grief these people what a sad lot what a sad that lot Mitt Romney and I hate to say it I'm gonna have to hear it John McCain we've got people on the Republican side who.
Jury awards $450,000 to father of Sandy Hook victim in defamation case
"The father of a boy killed in the twenty twelve sandy hook school shootings been awarded four hundred fifty thousand dollars by a jury in Wisconsin in a defamation suit filed against conspiracy theorist writers who claim the massacre never happened a Dane county jury ruled James Fetzer must pay Leonard Posner who six year old son Noah was among the twenty six victims at sandy hook in Connecticut Fetzer co wrote a book that a judge earlier had rule defames Posner by claiming he'd fabricated copies of his son's death certificate the Wisconsin state journal reports Fetzer a retired Minnesota professor plans
Jury awards $450,000 in Sandy Hook defamation case
"Right now this remarkable story from America involving the aftermath of the twenty twelve shooting at sandy hook a U. S. jury has awarded four hundred fifty thousand dollars the father of one of the boys killed in the massacre but it's in a defamation lawsuit against a conspiracy theorist Michael James Fetzer wrote a book co wrote a book nobody died at sandy hook and in it he claims that Leonard Posner the father had fabricated the death certificate of his son Noah now this is just one example of the conspiracy theories that surround one of the most high profile American gun massacres that sold twenty children shot dead broadly at the claim of the conspiracy theorists is that it was all put on by the government staged in order to discredit gun ownership and limit the constitutional right to bear arms the kind of stuff being ventilated on air on talk radio and in some books up sadly it's also ended up leading to a lot of abuse and harassment of parents grieving that children Leonard post not was the father he's won the case we found out from his lawyer Jake Zimmerman what he had to do to win it book is called nobody died at sandy hook and the idea of the book is to spin this grotesque tale that sandy hook was a government operation designed to support a policy change that would take away the right of Americans to own guns and the elaborate background of this the hopelessness is the kind of
Jury awards $450,000 in Sandy Hook defamation case
"McGill here's what's trending at two thirty a father whose son was killed in the sandy hook school shooting has awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars in a defamation case fox's Lilian Wu explains a conspiracy theorist claiming the sandy hook school shooting never happened ordered by a jury in Wisconsin to pay four hundred fifty thousand dollars for the father of a six year old boy who died in the massacre back in twenty twelve James Fetzer co author of nobody died at sandy hook which claims it was staged by the federal government also that Lenny Posner who brought the suit fabricated copies of his son know as death
Jury: Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist must pay victim's dad $450,000
"A jury in Wisconsin is awarded four hundred fifty thousand dollars to the father of a boy killed in the twenty twelve sandy hook school shooting after he filed a defamation lawsuit against the Minnesota conspiracy theorist who claim the massacre never happened the jury yesterday deciding the amount James Fetzer must pay eight Leonard Posener who six year old son Noah was among the twenty six victims at the elementary school in Connecticut Fetzer retired university of Minnesota Duluth professor plans to appeal that
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"C. news for a story about America's sweetheart. stormy Daniels I mean unless about her I don't know going away retiring yeah like never to be sold down on her. because she's gross yeah she is she is the head **** from scant Val. you've never even seen her work. this. fair you have and probably just don't remember it really had a cameo in forty year old virgin. yeah I did yes you get yes yes wow how do you know that because I just remember that that is like her claim to fame and that's when she mainstream are you yeah big deal that a porn star was hitting the mainstream movie while business very diverse very very diverse okay well star stormy dangle settled her lawsuit against the city of Columbus Ohio over her arrest last year to strip club official said Friday I remember them for any. so now the the city Columbus Ohio I thought she was like suing somebody else she'll receive four hundred fifty thousand dollars my gosh. degree was wrongfully arrested okay I mean that is wrong so you're not supposed to just arrest people so now I'm taking she retire with that now click happily invest well and with their other monies she can retire now was a lot of legal bills to pay probably you think I mean she's got I'm assuming she has to pay her newer turn I was gonna say should be to pay out a nadie now for most people in the business is not about the money are you serious run a business in the end one. spending joy they bring to the pot all really that's why they do it it's just about bringing joy. yeah they do it for the philanthropic benefits I just feel like that okay probably not true at all maybe I just made that up. she has to drop all claims under federal civil complaint against the city according to our attorney her lawyer said the Daniels real name is Stephanie Clifford could have reached a settlement for more than four hundred fifty thousand dollars but she was satisfied with changes implemented by the Columbus police department following her arrest Michael nice he was satisfied that's good that's so nice let's see the teens who she says next. this thing like is there still a thing with trump I mean like is she's the one in court they're appealing hit the judgment she has to pay the legal fees okay all right that's where we are with that I just didn't know if there is any. because you know obviously what's his face Michael Kohn is in prison and he's getting visits from Omarosa so why not stormy too yeah right and she says nasty things about Malani at you know I mean she is she's continues on yeah I like to be relevant but yeah. edible is that one of the heroes of my youth is feuding with the heroes of my adulthood it's like a it's like a worlds colliding type like that so incredible to have more frustrating about the side storm do I have to go. the routes over. that was a joke okay I do have one so apparently I didn't know this but there is an actual medical term for owning too many dogs really yeah it's called overdose..
Stormy Daniels to Get $450,000 Settlement After Arrest at Columbus Strip Club
"Ohio's capital city Columbus has reached a four hundred fifty thousand dollar settlement with stormy Daniels over the porn actresses arrested a strip club it settles a federal defamation lawsuit alleging several Columbus office. whose conspired to retaliate against or me Daniels over her claims that she had sex with Donald Trump before he became president Daniels whose real name is Stephanie Clifford was arrested on suspicion of inappropriately touching an undercover officer for your performance in July twenty eighteen but the city's attorney's office dropped charges within hours hello this is interpolation recommended this month at the two officers from the former vice unit be fired for their roles in the under cover strip club operation that resulted in
Stormy Daniels to Get $450,000 Settlement After Arrest at Columbus Strip Club
"Ohio's capital city is reached a four hundred fifty thousand dollars settlement was stormy Daniels over the porn actresses arrested at a strip club last year federal defamation lawsuit against several Columbus officers allege they conspired to retaliate against terror over her claims that she had sex with Donald Trump before he became president Daniels was arrested on suspicion of inappropriately touching an undercover officer prosecutors later dropped the
Stormy Daniels reaches $450,000 settlement over strip club arrest
"Stormy Daniels win hi Mike Morris Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says if the house does impeach the president the Senate will immediately open the trial is called for in the constitution McConnell says the Senate has no choice but to act stormy Daniels has agreed to a four hundred fifty thousand dollars settlement of a defamation lawsuit against Columbus Ohio police they arrested her to strip club last year she charged officers conspired to retaliate against her over her claims that she had had sex with Donald Trump before he became
Woman accused of insurance fraud after sawing off her hand
"I really stories about people doing ridiculous for money. And I don't think I could do it. This woman here for insurance fraud. She saw off hand. Oh what? Yeah. Oh, did she win? Well, they know that thing how much she get or which. Dismember police have accused a woman of cutting off for him with a circular saw with the help of her family to make a fraudulent insurance claim. She's twenty one years old her relative had been detained and face eight years in prison, the took it insurance policy and she stood again four hundred fifty thousand dollars in compensation. You go that's half million dollars. But as my hang closer. There's I couldn't do it. Could I was thinking last night in bed? Could I do it? Don't you have trouble doing the needle thing? I have trouble doing the needle after getting a massage. Okay. But you see you you probably wouldn't do it for insurance fraud. But what about like if you're like that guy? One hundred twenty seven hours in your arm is stuck in Iraq. The. He was known your life on the line lots on the line, right? Because I don't think I could I don't take do it. You would have to four fifties. A lot of money. No. I just be like, okay. It's my time. By like, I don't know. Sometimes I feel that way with very cramps. I'm like. Inst- cramps for so bad. I'm like, you know. Good. God take me away. Jesus the movie's called one hundred twenty seven hours, and we say that. Yes. The number of. Yeah. Sometimes I say a hundred twenty seven days he'd probably need food or
American, Delta fined for long airport tarmac delays
"American Airlines and Delta Airlines are getting big fines from the federal government for about a dozen instances where passengers were stuck on planes that spent over three hours on airport tarmacs, the department of transportation is finding American one million dollars in delta seven hundred fifty thousand dollars for violating rules prohibiting tarmac delays of more than three hours for domestic flights and four hours for international trips. Both airlines will be credited four hundred fifty thousand dollars for
Canadian ex-diplomat detained in China, official confirms
"At night. More from reporter Simon marks the arrest of mung one. Joe the chief financial officer of the Chinese technology company wallpa- has been met with anger by the authorities in Beijing that threatening while they called grave consequences if she's not freed by the authorities in Canada who detained her at the request of the United States where she's wanted on charges of conspiracy to defraud multiple financial institutions case has shown a spotlight on the company her father founded, so how big a deal is while way Nick filed says telecoms correspondent for the financial times in Europe while he's gone from being a company, I guess people had heard of in around two thousand three hundred four to basically, the largest supplier telecoms equipment. That's the stuff on my boss. The stuff that comes into the network through transmission at in some countries, not the UK stuff in the coal, which actually routes Kohl's licks subscribe to whether I need to go. And as I said, it's been an incredible rise. I think before. They won. What was a landmark deal with Bates? Hey for the twenty-first century network in two thousand and five you had very famous names Makoni NorTel Siemens over this. Mock wouldn't add doubts about three players mess, largely dancer wise. Pretty relentless rise to be honest. He spoke to F T dot com. Ms monks arrest comes right in the middle of that US trade war with China and some in the Trump administration have extraordinarily suggested that her freedom could be used as a bargaining chip by Washington with FSN spotlight. I'm Simon marks Chinese-American. San Francisco elected officials held a commemoration this morning of the seventy fifth anniversary of the repeal of the Chinese exclusion act in eighteen eighty two congress passed and president Chester Arthur signed into law the measure prohibiting the immigration of Chinese workers. Chinese workers were blamed for driving down wages and for being unable to assimilate US born Chinese Americans or also ordered to carry. Or face the risk of deportation. The act was repealed in nineteen forty-three officials organizing today's commemoration said that more than ever the diverse immigrant community must quote stand together. United in solidarity against the hateful rhetoric and anti immigrant policies emanating from the Trump administration unquote, more news to come. It is our mission to bring you as much news and information as we possibly during the evening news, each weekday at six for the half hour additional on the weekends. But it is also are obligate during a fund drive to try to raise some money. So that this news department can continue to function and overall. So our listener sponsored radio station KPFA can continue to operate eighty five hundred ninety percent of the funds expended to keep this radio station on the air be that. Staff salaries be that huge amount that goes to the electricity company, and we're going to have some news about that electricity company coming up in just a few minutes to keep the water flowing in the bathrooms and the kitchen sink. To rent service, the computers all that stuff. Eighty five to ninety percent of that money comes directly from you. Our listener, no one else. There's no middleman no middle woman. No mediating factor. There are no commercial announcements. There are no corporate underwriting announcements there are no foundations of the left. There are no foundations of the right? There are no foundations of the middle. There's no alien financing here. There's no rich people. Just listeners just listeners. We were the first radio station to attempt to do this, which is to do broadcasting. And then when we were done broadcasting asks the list, there's if they supported it enough to enable us to give us enough money to enable us to do some more broadcasting. And that's basically the way it's been for nearly seventy years now, and we hope it will be that way at least for seventy days we're trying to raise enough money to get us into the new year. We need four hundred fifty thousand dollars to do that. But that's our goal to raise by the end of the year right now, we're
Caitlyn Jenner slams Trump, says transgender people 'relentlessly attacked'
"Users without their informed consent. The fine was the maximum allowed under the law at the time of the breach. But it would have been significantly higher. It took place now that the new EU data protection rules are in effect. Mike bauer. NBC News Radio Google says over the past two years, dozens of people have been fired without pay for sexual harassment. The company put the figure at forty eight in an Email to employees Thursday after the New York Times reported a former Google executive received a ninety million dollar golden parachute. When he was fired for sexual misconduct in two thousand fourteen a remote Hawaiian island has vanished underwater after a powerful hurricane earlier this month, federal officials using satellite images say east island, which. Which is an eleven acre strip of gravel and sand. Northwest of Honolulu seems to be completely engulfed by water. The discovery comes after a hurricane surge past the state officials say the island was the nesting ground for half of the world's Hawaiian green sea. Turtles and served as the birthplace for roughly one seventh of all Hawaiian monk seals. It's currently unclear if east island will ever return, and how many of the displaced animals will respond chip Fletcher a university of Hawaii climate scientists says events like this may become more likely with climate change Catholic, white NBC News Radio. A Canadian woman is being charged with fraud and pretending to practice. Witchcraft after allegedly running a scam pretending to ward off evil spirits. Police and Trotter say the woman conned a sixty seven year old man out of four hundred fifty thousand dollars and what they call an evil spirit blessing scam. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. Radio fantasy
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"A high near ninety still get a little rain Sunday but most of the, rain will be west or south It. Was Sunday and Monday on KLIF, WB meteorologist Brad Burton seventy eight degrees in Arlington right now seventy eight in Fort Worth and, seventy seven in. Dallas KLIF news time seven of. Six that was mayor pro. Tem Dwaine caraway facing up to as many as ten years in prison after. Pleading guilty to corruption charges according to the US attorney's office caraway accepted more than four hundred fifty thousand dollars, in bribes and kickbacks from a company called, force multipliers solutions US. Attorney Aaron Neely. Cox says her office doesn't take public corruption lightly corruption does not merely strike at the heart of good government with left on check it. Roads public confidence and undermines the strength of our very democracy Caraway's sentencing will be December fourteenth a Dallas resident by the. Name of Sean g shed said she was very surprised. With what with Caraway's guilty plea she. Said she wants stood behind him I started looking at him we believed, him when he said that he didn't do anything wrong Now all of a sudden he's saying that. He did something wrong I can't say. I was a fan of. Them but I believe what he was doing for Dallas was right Chedda, now wonders if there's widespread. Corruption in city hall she said Caraway's actions maker wonder again about John Wiley price he was. Accused of receiving over, nine hundred thousand dollars in, bribes but, was found not guilty the Texas Department, of public safety, will fill one hundred new, positions over the next few months the beef up staffing some of. The high volume driver's license mega centers, across the state EPS spokesman Lonnie hassle said and a lot of cases people don't realize that they don't have to go to the center they're offering a temporary fix DPS personnel including state. Troopers will be assigned to the highest volume driver license offices to help identify customers. Who get out of line and conductor terms actually either online on the phone, or by mail the announcement came after reports. Of weights of eight hours at the Carrollton DPS center Dallas police. Officers are sporting a new look these days in, the tweet yesterday the department wanted to know what people thought What about the officers wearing beards baseball. Caps and, out her carry. Ballistic vests in the summer heat. Just one of the changes chief Rene hall implemented to try to, retain officers reaction to the. Post was mildly widely mixed a grand jury has indicted the seventeen year old student accused of, shooting ten people to, death at a Houston area, high school, investigators say a gorgeous admitted to gunning, down eight students, and two teachers at Santa, Fe high school in may authorities say the teenager used his father's. Guns and described planning the attack in, private journals but gorgeous is charged with capital murder and first degree villainy charge of aggravated assault on a peace officer his attorney said he wasn't surprised by the indictment and expects a court. Date to be set within a month Clayton Neville KLIF news the Fort Worth owner. Of three d print everything manufactured a plastic gun called the liberator from the, controversial online blueprints which have been temporarily halted Michael Lind told WFAN TV it took more than thirty six hours. To print the part Sarah's a completely assembled liberator gun people have test fired this gun and it blows up. On the very first bullet that they put a lot of people, are holding, this in their hand and that's like holding an eighty you know it's just very dangerous The gun was test fired at eagle gun range it. Exploded in all directions after being fired from vice, with a string attached to the trigger so nobody was hurt although gas prices are. Dropping these are the highest numbers for August in four years Daniel Armbruster with. AAA Texas had drivers, could see some, relief at the pumps, if demand continues to fall gas prices, in Texas or, falling as well the statewide average down two cents on the, week, Dallas Fort. Worth eight and nine cents.
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"I'm afraid to tax you know we could come up in a congressional hearing one day don't wanna get more no privacy now of course i read jamie mcintyre daily on defense and so should you and i have a couple of different subjects i wanna talk to but first and foremost i thought a couple of days ago you wrote an article like how much do we really save if we cancel the socalled war games with south korea and the answer is nobody actually knows because it has a lot of moving parts you know literally these exercises and of course the the comparison i made was it's like trying to figure out you know every year when they were flying over in the super bowl somebody complains that you know spending our tax dollars flying airplanes over us professional sporting event and then somebody has to explain that yes if you if you take the cost the entire cost of the plane flight hours and the pay for the pilots and everything it's like four hundred fifty thousand dollars but the thing you have to remember is these pilots have to fly the planes a certain amount of flying hours every year and they just schedule some of those to fly them over the over the super bowl in formation so you know so the cost is four hundred fifty thousand dollars unless you figure you're to do it anyway in which case it doesn't really cost anything it's already in your budget you're not actually and then if you don't do it how much did you say well i guess you'd save the fuel costs but but you still have to do reality is just still have to fly and so when the when president trump said he was going to cancel these joint exercises with south korea it's tennyson a shiver through the pentagon for a couple of reasons one is the us believes it's the military it leaves its final to continue to conduct training with our south korean allies partly because under the treaty agreement that ended the war in korea making fifty three with an armistice united states and the united nations forces are obligated to to defend south korea should north korea ever decide to you know come south or take some aggressive action so you know we're you know if if there was some it warburton break out it wouldn't be a case where we go to congress decide whether we were gonna get club all already being so they feel it's it's very important that we continue to do these these exercises at the same time i think there's some understanding at the pentagon that if you could skip the exercise around the exercises are down you know to conduct them into different way where the not so such high profile that's going to help lead the peace on the peninsula and he might make sense to to take a break from the exercise just to see if north korea is a serious about keeping its end of the quebec said it's made him down a little you know.
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"In pennsylvania primaries yesterday and decided candidates for key midterm races here's trucks iverson four term pennsylvania congressman lou bar led a staunch supporter of president trump who i got national notice as a small city mayor of hazleton for his attempted crackdown on illegal immigration wins the republican nomination for us senate the president is expected to campaign for barletta who mostly focused his campaign on two term democratic senator bob casey who's one five statewide elections and has a reported war chest of about ten million bucks almost ten times more lettuce mr trump won pennsylvania by less than one percentage point pennsylvania could send at least three women to congress next year breaking the all male hold on the states eighteen member house delegation and the nebraska primary incumbent republican senator deb fischer who is backed by president trump defeated four challengers wins news time eight thirty five people have been found stabbed to death in an apparent murder suicide in brooklyn police say a man and woman were discovered in a building at flatbush avenue near east twenty eighth street in flatbush yesterday afternoon the nature of their relationship wasn't known the medical examiner is handling the case the jury in the federal corruption trial of former nassau county executive edmund gano his wife linda and former oyster bay town supervisor john van ditto is expected to get the case by the end of the week closing arguments were heard yesterday man gano and then ditto are accused of taking bribes and kickbacks from long island restaurateur horrendous sing to help him get guaranteed loans mangan's wife is charged with accepting a four hundred fifty thousand dollar a year no show job.
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Grand you have to buy a home for three hundred grand could be or by two homes for one hundred and fifty but you have to put it in yeah you have to go back to where you were that's true and you've got mortgages on all three of these rentals yeah yeah all right let's four fifty that so we're talking about fifty five grand probably frees up all of this fifty five or sixty thousand bucks in capital gains taxes probably frees up the whole thing correct i would run the taxes out with your accountant to be sure know what you know what you're making a decision on but if i can free up four hundred fifty thousand dollars in cash for for sixty thousand bucks not be in debt at all and pay off my home have two hundred thousand dollars leftover give or take well you're not gonna have that leftover you're one hundred fifty leftover to buy rental property in your area therefore cash i'm probably doing that one i'm probably going to go ahead and pay the okay if the only way to do it if the only way to do the ten thirty one that works is to go back into debt it defeats the purpose so i i'm gonna pay the capital gains to not be in debt that's what i would do it's what i you know i haven't done that i i didn't have any property to sell to get out of debt because i went broke the first time around but the so the second time i was buying property i pay cash as i went along i never had any debt and this this go round obviously so but yeah that's exactly if i woke up in your shoes kind of scenario yes i would sell long distance landlord rental property that's a nightmare three hundred miles away and then yes i would pay some capital gains tax in order to have my home paid off and to not be going back into debt to do a ten thirty one if you can do a ten thirty one and have no debt on some of it in clear the clear enough pay a little bit attacks and and clear enough in order to clear enough to pay your mortgage off be debt free and do a ten thirty one that would be probably my favorite move i think though you're right i.
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Right now we heard that on a ten thirty one you have to like if you sell your house for three hundred grand you have to buy a home for three hundred grand could be or by two homes for a hundred fifty each but you have to put it in yeah you have to go back to where you were that's true and you've got mortgages on all three of these rentals yeah see so it mean that we would still be debt yeah all right let's see four fifty it wouldn't be that so we're talking about fifty five grand probably frees up all of this fifty five or sixty thousand bucks in capital gains taxes probably frees up the whole thing correct i would run the taxes out with your accountant abi sure know what you know what you're making a decision on but if i can free up four hundred fifty thousand dollars in cash for sixty thousand bucks not be in debt at all and pay off my home two hundred thousand dollars leftover give or take that leftover you have a hundred and fifty leftover to buy rental property in your area therefore cash i'm probably doing that one i'm probably going to go ahead and pay the yes i would pay the capital gains okay if the only way to do it the if the only way to do the ten thirty one that works is to go back into debt it defeats the purpose so i i'm gonna pay the capital gains to not be in debt that's what i would do it's what i you know i haven't done that i i didn't have any property to sell to get out of debt because i went broke the first time around but the so the second time i was buying property i pay cash went along never had any debt and this this go round obviously so but yeah that's exactly if i woke up in your shoes kind of scenario.
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Well we'll probably get fifty thousand from but it's only increased in value by probably twenty grand okay all right and is it paid for no okay are paid for okay when you sell all three of them how much cash is going to be in the middle of the table i think close to four hundred fifty thousand dollars and you need to forty to pay off your mortgage which means you got two hundred invest in other properties right correct after paying the taxes if there's taxes yeah so you gotta pay some capital gains on this so what i would do is sit down with your tax person and i would run the calculations because you've got an adjusted basis meaning your original basis in the property minus your appreciation that you've taken plus any capital improvements and that should be on your tax statement but you should be able to your tax person and figure out exactly what your capital gains will be on this and therefore what your capital gains taxes are if you cash the whole thing out that's one scenario you could run the second scenario probably would run is what how much taxes would it be if i pull out enough to pay off my mortgage and i do the rest of it into a ten thirty one that's my favorite one okay right so we don't we don't we don't pay taxes on the whole thing we do some of it into a ten thirty one but clear enough to clear the mortgage as well that's another scenario and then the third scenario would be just roll the whole thing into attend thirty one and then pay off the house the hard way.
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"For a four hundred fifty thousand dollar a year noshow job that ain't no say they were longtime friends with the restaurant owner and that any favors for because of their personal ties we do have a chance of rain later today twenty percent chance of that mainly after three o'clock with a high near forty four degrees rain and snow likely before ten o'clock this morning the national weather service has issued a winter weather advisory starting at eight o'clock tonight we could see two to four inches of snow here in new york city by the timing ends sometime late tomorrow this is wnyc it's six oh seven support for npr comes from focus features and participant media with seven days in entebbe about the 1970s six rescue mission when four hijackers took a plane with two hundred forty eight hostages inspired by true events starts friday on the next for a share journalist rania abu zayd banned from entering syria by the syrian government she continues to go back to report on the war in her new book no turning back she writes about rebel fighters and families caught in the middle as a child she also saw war of close she was raised in australia but her lebanese family would visit wartorn beirut join us today at two on 939 fm wnyc it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin in washington dc and i'm noel king in new york city weeks after a school shooting left seventeen people dead the white house has announced the start of a new federal commission on school safety secretary of education betsy devos will lead it she talked with reporters about that yesterday hated dancing this plan uh we are committed to working quickly because there there's no time to waste no student no family no teacher and no school should have to live the horror of parkland or sandy hook or columbine again the administration also offered a couple of policy recommendations including training teachers to use firearms and giving law enforcement greater ability to temporarily take guns away from people who are dangerous to themselves or others joining us.
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Temps fashioned beauty pack them more things or you could just google rahman rats again linked at any point the poor recorder has she rahman where the pig now you didn't you got played and you paid her money to do so by all right speaking of getting played can i share my uh my dbacks with you these are loyalty they debated i've got artists in local the artisan now bags so here's this story okay and this story will change your life hm this applied in gulu room from minnesota are suing men ta ho the catering company of adjoining poonch where up four hundred fifty thousand dollars what did they do like like their cake on fire no try again light people's hair on fire now here's what they did okay this coppell and i'm gonna say their names who the are as e elevage williams of her new husband kevin williams they had a goal and their goal was to host a completely vegan wedding but it was not just going to be a completely vegan wedding it was going to be a surprise vegan wedding of the only thing worse than a complete vegan wedding is a surprise vegan wedding yes here's what the is that landed him i'll tell you that what they had planned wise to serve to their entire guest list and entirely vegan meal and then tell them ha ha at the end of the meal everything you just eight was vegan jokes on you is the meanest thing you could ever do it's just kind of regularly lazy in stake i mean were they i'm glad you asked rally at what were the recipe option it was apparently a thai theme most of the food was a.
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"You like this tax reform bills a good enough for you well here's here's the roof of course i got email from uh bob this thing o how are you gonna pay for this how we can you didn't well i am uh chapters see preparations tiny company i've got two dozen employees but uh but i'm incorporated so and and there are tens of thousands not hundreds of thousands of small business people like yourself so what they're what they're not telling you is four people like myself corporations likely so if the tax rate goes down at the end of the year i can spend more on equipment i can spend more on infrastructure reinvestment i'm sorry reinvestment into your own deputy my own company so they don't they don't they don't want to take that into consideration the other thing that's been happening which could be a little bit better now because if i want to save up for a new building you can't yours there's no way you can save the money because at the end of the year it's gonna be taxed as well with thirty five percent whatever it is now twenty one would be better if there's no way there's no way that you can save up for building or save up four hundred fifty thousand dollars not your you know uh doing doing uh uh the tax the tax rate than they are now so so for us it will be a boon not much of a boon but it is these little give us a little bit of a little bit of uh leeway as far as uh money we can spend at the end of the year yeah we spend money on material infrastructure vehicles equipment things like that that's going to create jobs and that's how that's how the whole trickled it works it works it works it works so have that one uh as far as what.
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"In at four hundred fifty thousand dollars a year in salary and they get pensions based on these i mean the trouble is it cost seventy five thousand dollars a year to house a prisoner in the state now well of course you're blow in the budget if you have too many prisoners while get tell ya as you said the role of government is to protect the people here letting people at a prison you're not doing that the other part of it obviously to the crime problem is our education system we're not producing kids you are i talked about before the show began about how a lot of our kids go in the school forty percent uh of cs houston's are in remedial education because they're not getting basic skills in our public schools and why because the schools are run for the teachers unions they're not run for the parents they've got to be run for the parents and the kids so that we get kids that are graduating that can actually succeed in this economy let me let me tell you that with a pp i see public parts and soon of california report that said that almost four in ten californians are living at or near poverty even higher in places like a sandwich valley right indeed you know we talked about this twotier economy uh in the state unemployment rates in the valley are twice as high as they are in the in the bay area in fact eight of tennis interesting statistic eight of the ten metre areas with the worst unemployment nationally are in california and most of them are in the valley yeah uh so what can be done to correct this imbalance two things first of all we gotta bring down lacrosse love it i mean one reason people are in poverty is because they can't afford to live here any more the cost of housing water electricity gasoline with the the taxes that we pile on but the other part of it is is the lack of good education too because if we're not preparing people for the twentyfirst century economy they're not going to be able to get a job that's going to make enough of all living i met with some business leaders here in fresno this morning and they were telling me they can't find qualified workers they they interview people and they're just clearly unqualified.
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Have an asset call on there and you're supposed to put all your assets and that in that call on the list your assets the end uh you know things like your car your boat and your house go in those categories bagged most of the gdd put in that category are not true assets call him assets but to me and i learned again computer sake was that it's only an asset is it may seem why weren't asset of about making you money so all you know your boat last time i had a boat it didn't make me any money how 'bout you kevin i never on one because i knew it would you can you are one of the boat at the killer however one for a couple of days but otherwise while i do something crazy like that argue sucking i've had many conversations on the show on that exact concept it is it is hard you using it isn't good or bad except for how you use it so that kind of single although purity that you talked about with the low to no credit early on those are a little harder to findings way games i do see some low introductory wage but talk about how navigate it today uh mitch well it it it is beyond back in my day if you had your credit he just to sign up for credit cards and they'd automatically since either best card with cash limits on cash advance limits and yet today uh uh you know it's a little bit because i guess a lot of people took advantage of that because in my day i had like forty five or fifty credit cards and if i want it to i could go out like a 10day period and i could round up all the cash atlanthia's i could have had like four hundred fifty thousand dollars sitting on my kitchen table and i think a lot of people did that and took off the mexico and now it's gotten tougher because credit card companies are in cahoots with the law and they they monitor people available unsecured credit limit and the propensity for them to do that and so they start to regulate you a little bit on how many cards you can get and how much you can get fortunately they're a companies now that are out there now that'll help you um if you have a good credit score say like seven twenty or better bill help.
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Martha right hand gathering more information while while the right there on it matti thank you so much you gave me great insight i had no idea that was what was going on so thank you i only saw the pictures carefully i down joann bauer joe the ira phoenix city half pairs fighting a pretty expensive belfair president trump's campaign rally last month his visit cost the city an estimated four hundred fifty thousand dollars said this was four south overtime about three quarters of that with four police overtime the large police month of course that was going on the four jerian specially after the event you remember we cover that live here and 550 camp by paul even in the center of the crazy him taking a little bit at that teargas i know clausus money but you know what i actually as far as taxpayer dollars goal offerings protection and make use your people still have the rights of protests were to speak freely while at the same time giving others an opportunity to go see a sitting president who's in town that's an okay use of tax dollars in my mind now i could be really hard core libertarian and say if you want to come to phoenix than you need to provide your own security or some of the crumbling that but i don't have an issue with a spending tax dollars on it it's nice to have the reports are we know how much it is exactly in a republic dealing this report saying that the trump campaign did pay for the rental of the convention center the security inside the embalmed bad okay deal wise whatever went on outside the facility falls for this city to them cocker okay for me and he did a good job well cricket for spicy i mean you can hear the silent and the turfing of the cricket the big five tv networks are barely all taken a path and former white house press secretary sean spicer represented as for spicer having conversations with the.
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WWL
"Less than two thousand dollars of carnival assets now used spouse can have up to one hundred twenty two thousand some change romped but you know there's it's medicaid eligibility interesting if someone has three thousand dollars in the bank in no house they're not eligible for medicaid but it they have a four hundred fifty thousand dollars house with equity in less than a thousand dollars in a two thousand dollars in the bank they eligible for medicaid so the key is medicaid eligibility which you can do some planning for in advance and there's some things you can do in certain cases when you're up to the you know to to that point where you have to apply for medicaid right is you the strategy is to see if any your countable assets could be transferred as non combo assets right right but right but not make district carnwath that he has a small and come and so i didn't know what would do its pull up the it would be our aim of two thousand five pull up in exception to get them annuity to bring him up to the minimum luckily needs allowance in housing allowances but my concern what if you know he didn't exhaust basically the charter of who seven ping properly 26 our our if he didn't you that what he'll wacko did he would automatically vet ma did i quite by at the excess resource the now that jeopardize now faldo resource allowance liz couple of things there are some strategies that you can do to.
"four hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"It's not as ridiculous is a sounds but it is still ridiculous and you still use still desperatelyneeded crank your lifestyle down to well under a hundred to where you clean up all of this in about two and a half or three years but and that's going to mean no restaurants no vacations that's gonna main selling stuff it's going to mean selling stuff you don't want to sell things that you quote unquote think you have a right to you don't you don't you're broke your make a two hundred grand a year in your baroque so you've got a bus through that nato what it's a psychological emotional spiritual thing that that you're trying to push through and then the math will start work that's what it comes down to kelly's going to pick up and get you got signed up for financial peace university so a hold on brandy is with us and cincinnati high brandy how are you i'm glad hiring how better than i deserve what's up unaccredited pack here i am we have repeatedly refused about four hundred fifty thousand dollars gift from a family member but it's in stock while earn yet so the problem to have accepts we are faced karn entire enough pressure to um you in certain way we have started the process building a home on our land of that is taste for and we are hitting a lot of pressure to hit a mortgage get a mortgage because of the tax implications you can save money their vocal i know you're going to say but literally they're making us feel crazy who are using this money tours bath and then using the money that we would be spending on a mortgage putting it into a ross fully sending are off may not for the the pressures killing from the person who do the rest.