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Life in Front of the Lens
"Hey. Welcome back to another episode of this week in photo I'm your host, Fredericton Johnson. Today. On this interview I'm talking with Mal, reilly jade about well first of all, she's written a book called in front of the lands in it. Sort of goes into the the world of a model in front of the Lens and some important tips and tricks on how we as photographers behind the lens can have a more successful relationship that results in great photos. So she's put that together. So I thought it would. Be Great to have a discussion about that and talk about it. You know what are the pluses? What are the minuses where the landmines for photographers that are looking to get into this genre photography? You know shooting models and it's it's it could be a minefield especially in these days with the metoo movement and all that a lot of photographers a move into this genre, but don't for fear of doing or saying the wrong thing. So Riley is here to help us hopefully not step on any landmine. They. Well, welcome to the show how are you doing and get. Thank you. Thanks for having me on here. Yeah. Yeah I'm excited to dive into this topic. This is like I said a little intro there. This is obviously an important topic and photographers deb you look at all these gorgeous images of beautiful women in magazines and online etcetera and they dream of one day shooting like that. You know. But the hurdle to get to that as a where do you find people? You know there's a lot of amateur models but not a whole lot of professional models that that that know how to pose I wanNA talk about that, and then also some of the. Pitfalls that photographers should avoid win trying to shoot this kind of genre. So let's let's start with just a little bit of history on you. So Riley Jade, who are you in where are you from and what brought you to this world of modeling? Yes I must trillion. And side muddling about eight years ago Mazda Uni and I just did as a hubby about full years and then I started to get into more paid work and yeah when Kobe not happening I'm traveling around and around the world. Shooting which I absolutely love. So Yan and obviously during lockdown I was stuck in one place so I decided to put. Together. And how's it going? How's it going so far? Yeah. It's honestly going so much better than I expected. I hit one hundred styles not long ago and I had so much amazing feedback which is what's really important. So yeah, really scared we'll let let's to help get the word out about it because I think it's like I said I think it's a really important topic for photographers to sort of understand how to move into that genre. So let let's talk about that a little bit. So you've been photographed many many many times you've worked with many many many photographers of all skill levels I'm sure. Out of all the people you've work with what are some of the some of the traits of the more successful photographers out there you know is it is it become Organi, their assertive or their collaborative would you feel the trade of the successful photographer? Say like the key to any successful she is communication and respect you know if you've got those two nil been, you're gonNA have a great shoot. Definitely. You said being a collaborative if it. You know no matter. Even if they took the race specific idea still including the models ideas hiring mannequin you hiring a person with ideas and experiences the IT'd be a waste not to you that. So definitely, like communication respect and having that sort of teen collaborative approach to shoot is key. Yeah and then that what does that collaboration look like? There's like you know when when the photographer first contacts you and says, Hey, you know that. Is it. That, they know what they want and they allow you to input your thoughts into what the the final shot is going to be or. Does it manifest differently. Ya. Think it depends on the type of you know if it's T.F. p. then it's obviously the models ideas really needs to be included. But you know if a photographer contact me for a page with a specific idea that collision comes in the fact that they still they get my agree I agree to those ideas really communicate them well. Is that okay with you excetera. So that's just not a big. Information Dump on me, it's back and forth communication like agree with that. And then we get to the shoot. Odd Do you have any ideas to add to this exemption it just really makes for a more enjoyable experience everyone and great sheets. Great shots. So yeah. Yeah. It should be fun. Right at the end of the day is should be doing a shoot should be you're having a good time you know it's work obviously, but it shouldn't be stressful or shouldn't be attitudes on set in that kind of thing if you had that kind of thing happened where you in the photographer. Just didn't gel in the final shots reflected. I get along with very much. But I think. The issue is when people micromanage. That sort of when it. makes it a bit hard. You know they don't give me a chance to even post it all this a movie hand up here and there, and so I think it's important just to you know you're hiring someone with experience and you know who knows what they're doing. So give them a chance to show you that anticipate of show the you this skills setting micromanaging is when it does kill shoot a bit.
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Washington DC - State delegates, pastors and businesses sue Hogan seeking to end coronavirus restrictions
"Group of Maryland residents and lawmakers is suing governor Larry Hogan in an effort to curb his stay at home order claiming it violates their rights to travel free speech and assembly this after a caravan trekked from Fredericton Salisbury Saturday to air their grievances among the demonstrators former state delegate deb Rey our clothes it's not the right thing to do our church responsibility to run their business governor Hogan responded to critics on CNN we wanna get him outside and enjoying some fresh air out after being cooped up people are are ready to do that and and and we want them to be able to do it but in a safe way with with social distancing
1 dead, 5 missing in crash of Canadian chopper off Greece
"A NATO military helicopter crashed in the Mediterranean between Greece and Italy today A. B. C.'s Megan Williams has more from Rome the cyclone helicopter took off from the Canadian Halifax class frigate HMCS Fredericton as part of a NATO exercise off the coast of Greece when it crashed great state media report to brief from the crash has been located with one body retrieved and five others aboard the aircraft missing the Canadian armed forces says it has contacted the primary family members of those on board multiple ships and aircraft from Canada the U. S. Italy and Turkey are involved in the search says NATO
Richard Paul (Maliseet) Part 1
"Stay good day. Welcome my friends to storyteller who you'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation as a little boy. Richard was introduced to getting high soon. Drugs and alcohol would control his life but he longed for something more he wondered if God was really real because he wanted to get his life turned around. My Name's Richard Paul and from the Saint Mary's reserve here in Fredericton. I'm analysis native from New Brunswick. I was born in Woodstock on Woodstock first nation and we moved here. I was just a little baby so I've pretty much been here my whole life and I knew I married. My wife is melody we have three kids anyway. I came to know Jesus Christ sometime in the late. Nineteen thousand nine through to early. Two thousand is a bit of a process for me because I had come from drug addiction and alcohol and I just when I came to Christ my life was was in turmoil. Hi I had a lot of good things in my life. That were positive. Had a good job I had. I just had a lot of good things. It really from the outside. Everything looked like it was pretty stable but on the inside I was. I was Iraq really I was just in my whole life was in turmoil since I was young. You know like I said I was born and raised here. Lived here on the reserve my whole life and ever since we were little kids just seemed always. I was always one of the kids that just seemed to. You know straight a bit and I got in trouble and you know starting back when I was probably seven or eight years old and anyway we we were always doing bad things and I remember as a little boy. We'd kind of always you know. We just typical living on a reserve right next to a city. We were always getting in trouble off the reserve. I remember as a little boy. A friend friend of mine. He was Actually I saw him sniffing glue or Sniffen Gas. I don't remember what it was introduced that to me when I was just a little boy and I don't think I could have been any more than eight or nine maybe ten and It kind of made me feel like you know it it. It made me feel good. I was brought up in an abusive home or anything like that. But you know I just felt like it kind of gave me a bit of an escape and I think it opened the door in my life that led to a life of turmoil and sin and just a whole bunch of things in my life. That weren't good and I think that was the doorway that opened up for me and by the time I was eleven or twelve hours smoking weed and and by the time I was thirteen. I really was a regular marijuana user and By the time I hit probably fourteen or fifteen I was drinking in the sixteen. I was a I was a problem drinker. It just accelerated that fast. I left home when I was seventeen or eighteen and moved into an apartment with a friend of mine and tried to go to university and that didn't pan out. Alcohol seemed to consume my whole world. That's all I cared about was drinking. And and by the time I was seventeen or eighteen. I had experimented with just about everything Doing acid and weed and alcohol. Every kind just pills speed everything. The only thing is in our neck of the woods down here. Cocaine was not a cocaine seemed to be like this. Hollywood drug that nobody heard about here. It was just kind of something you see on movies and in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Roughly around nineteen eighty nine. When I was I was twenty one or twenty two years old. I was introduced to cocaine. And it was just a just an occasional thing. I I did it in nineteen eighty nine hundred ninety. Nobody really was aware of cocaine around here. I had actually met up with a guy one night. And we were drinking and and he was with a relative of mine and he was a he was a cocaine dealer. And I didn't know it. And that was my introduction cocaine and is if I didn't already have enough problems this was introduced into my life and it completely consumed me from nineteen eighty nine up until nineteen ninety nine when I came to Christ and It it just you know. I can't even find the words to tell you what it did to my life. I just thank God that I didn't get addicted to heroin or things like that and I think in time that was just a matter of time before I would've been had Christ not come into my life in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine but I need to back up a little bit because I I met my at the time. It was my girlfriend in nineteen eighty six and we started dating a little bit. And you know. I don't know if I was necessarily ready for a girlfriend at that time. But you know we we kinda went out a little bit not really dating. But kind of you know and and Anyway as the relationship progressed a you know met. Her parents and I discovered that her parents were Christian. People and I don't know why it was. I have no idea why but I had this big question mark about God i always wondered if God was real now. I always wondered at the time on. Tv there was a lot of television ministries. And I can think of one like this. One minister was always on there and I always wondered. Why are these people always so passionate about Jesus and about God and I just always thought that God had many faces and many different aspects to him and I? I didn't realize it you know because I really had no faith. I was brought up belonging to the church but I didn't go and you know God was not a big thing in my life. Religion wasn't church wasn't and Swanton met my girlfriend. I naturally I had this natural curious side about God I just remember I used to ask her about God and she would always kind of go. I don't know I don't why are you asking me this I i? I don't know I didn't know at the time. She was running from God herself anyway. We met up in our world just kind of collided in her world. Met My world and in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. We started a relationship that was you know it was pretty. It was pretty up down there from one thousand nine hundred six until I get saved in nineteen ninety nine. After I'd met her I was watching. Tv One Sunday morning. And as I've already stated I was a real problem drinker. I had a lot of head a lot of anger and a lot of things going on in my life that I really couldn't find answers to and Was watching one Sunday morning. I had a little apartment in a in an area of my city where I was living at the time and my little apartment had nothing in it. I just had a couch and the TV and add some curtains and that was basically it. I don't know if they got any furniture in the kitchen. Hardly had any had nothing and I was sitting on my couch on Sunday morning watching. Tv and we'd been drinking all weekend and half the week like we did every single week and drink and brings a lot of for me. It brought a lot of kind of mixed feelings after you know you. You ought to drunk for a little while you have these feelings of wanting to get your life straight and thinking you know like I should be like some of my friends and get on with my life is just not good in every time I kinda sober up and after the brakes when you're young it's not like some drunk that's been drinking for fifty years. That's different when you're young. You can kind of handle the abuse your body can take that abuse and so when you snap out of a drunk after three or four or five days. He you know physically. You're not you're not really down but emotionally and spiritually. I always felt really bad. Nice to think to myself I should try to get my life straightened out and of course. This was one Sunday morning. When I was feeling that way and I was flicking through the channels and I saw an evangelist on TV and as I was scrolling through the channels. He was singing in. I remember he was singing a song. I think it was called room at the Cross and I I saw him and I paused their for minute and I remember. I watched him and he was singing this song and and I remember feeling something in my in my heart thinking what is that. What is that feeling that? I'm feeling
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"ISLA IOT welcome to ideas and to the third of the twenty one thousand nine hundred. CBC ABC Massey Lectures All this week. We're bringing you the five talks in the series power shift the longest revolution by claim journalist. Sally are strong on. The facts are beyond dispute when girls and women get an equal opportunity all of society benefits in her twenty nineteen. CBC Massey Lectures. Sally Armstrong talks about the fundamental shift. That has been taking place all around us for centuries and yet equality still alludes half the world's population. Sally Armstrong is an award winning author journalist and human rights activist as journalists. She's reported from some of the most dangerous and broken places in the world but always her. I has been on the plight of women in the stories that women have after tell in this year's. CBC Massey Lectures. She argues that the future of humanity depends on improving the status of women and girls improving approving the lives of the female half of humanity is crucial to our collective future in the past has much to teach us. Sally Armstrong Examines Examines. The many beginnings of the roles women have played in society and what we learn is that gender inequality comes at too high. A cost to all of us us in that the only way forward is for women to become truly equal with men each year. We go on the road. Recording the Massey's in front of a live audience this year. We went along with Sally Armstrong to White Horse Vancouver Fredericton Montreal and Toronto. Today's days talk. The third in the series was recorded in Fredericton. And it's called a holy paradox..
"fredericton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Fredericton daily gleaner where I live and so I I saw the illustrations and let's face it it's an artist's concept that's not the a you know somebody really seeing something they have a rough idea that it's long and thin cigar shape is somebody calls and we don't we we know it's there and we know it was moving very fast came through the solar system and was picked up by a system that's really looking for asteroids that might you know asteroids can do ask a lot of damage a big chunk of rock from out there but it's clear in the they say that's how the dinosaurs that's right so we're not talking about the a little hole in the ground one of these things that you it and so it it's a mystery and they they know it's color and they've got telescopes trying to its past us now I mean you can see it now but trying to figure out more and they look there listening alien technology why do some of them some of them think that it could be some kind of alien craft well only because what else could it be we we have it you know it's one of those well but isn't this then it must be somebody sent it but what we don't know we're pretty ignorant about this sort of thing you know in the universe is Marge is in the solar system is largely galaxy is very large it we are not at the end of our rope when it comes to knowing what's going on and we we don't have answers for all the questions but I I know this is guy I I did some looking on the web and people he is one guy said in his article it's not alien that's the standard the response can't be alien it's never aliens one comments and that's what they're saying so we don't know what the situation is but it's it's interesting simply because we haven't picked up something like this before is moving at very high speed not not around in some eyes or anything it's it's cigar shaped and I I get a kick out of that because frankly I always talk about if you're coming from outer space in for somebody is visiting us and I definitely think some buddies are it is I think of a two stage system a huge mother ships which goes from start to start and then once you're in the atmosphere of a planet with the conditions are altogether different heating in the atmosphere you know the gravitational field of a plan and so forth then you have what I call earth excursion modules compline services if you want so I've always said that and this scene is growing in the paper or this artist's concept this long cigar shape we have reports of cigar shaped mother ship this size and they're not seen near the ground now normally seen quite a ways above the ground so this is going to be interesting to see how it proves that remember was first discovered in October and we've been trying to find out I had gone out more about it and we haven't really weird tuning more radio telescopes to see if we can hear anything George you know would it be is it is it was an alien craft stand would it still be under this kind of extraterrestrial control or has it gone role we don't know that's one of the questions of course it seems to be not maneuvering you know but its rotating if it's turning over it every couple hours and so that that's one of the things that makes a peculiar it's not just something moving in one direction and stay in that direction and looking the same all the time but they deduce that it's you know like the thirteen hundred feet long and depending on what you read eighty to a hundred feet the thickness of the cigars and it's almost as wide as a football field yeah it's a big world monster you certainly wouldn't want to hit the planet is it is it's spinning well it's rotating at the spinning it is not something I can answer at this point I look for that to see whether you know the calling is spinning it's it's like it's end over end kind of thing so for a part of the time it's presenting a large phase two eyes of the world and for part of the time a much smaller phase that's where they get this these dimensions so is you know it's one of those mysteries and it makes for an answer in the answers aren't coming easy it you know it's gone we do we can't see it right and they say it's it's zero mean cleanly they say it doesn't have any space debris around no that's one of the things that first somebody thought were mostly a comic from someplace else but there's no junk around it it is red they say it and when moving the caption on the photo photo and the growing says elongated metallic or rocky object four hundred meters long it's roughly thirteen hundred feet and is one like anything normally found in the solar system we're due for surprise I guess so yeah so you know it this can go in any direction.
PEIs election is next week. It could be historic.
"To what happens in Prince Edward Island. And I'm willing to bet that if pressed many of you would admit the same thing that needs to change there's an election next week and Canada's smallest province and some of the polls are well. They would make history if they turned out to be true liberal leader. Wade McLaughlin, set the vote for April twenty third, and according to the polls this election could produce Canada's first green party government to years ago. They had the support of nine percent of voters by last year. They'd risen to eighteen percent before bounding to thirty eight percent. This fall topping all other parties, including the governing liberals. A real possibility of the first green party government in Canada is reason enough to tune our ears to the island. But there is a lot more to today. That is probably a scape. The notice of Canadians beyond the east coast right now, most of us know PI from the beautiful way that it's sold to tourists, and that's lovely. And I wanna go there. But it does seem like we need to know a little bit more. Jordan, heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Trevor corkum is a writer at the walrus and the global mail. He splits his time between Toronto and Prince Edward Island. Trevor how much attention does candidate usually pay to elections in PE. I not very much. I mean, I think most people aren't even aware when there is an election. I wasn't until about two weeks ago. Yeah. Exactly. But this is a nail biter, and it's has a chance to make history. So this is when people wanna watch what's going on there right now. So it's been an interesting landscape the liberals have been in power for twelve years. So since two thousand and seven and traditionally PE, I like a lot of the maritime provinces. But especially in PE, I the elections have alternated between the conservatives and the liberals before twenty fifteen only one other member from one other party had ever been elected in the history of PI elections, and that was one end EP. Member back in the nineties. What's happened is the green party has risen in the pools. And they're now leading so they've come from not quite out of nowhere. But in the last few years, they've really ramped up their popularity and in the last four out of five pools they've been leading the liberals it's a bit of a three way race, but the the greens look like they may be pulling out of the bag. What's going on in PI in general that would lead to this kind of change election because this is unprecedented in Canadian provincial politics? Anyway, it is. Yeah. There been a lot of interesting indicator. So PI people have this idea of PI being a bucolic rural place a place that's a little bit stuck in time. You know, a lot of our the advertising campaigns on the island of really played this. It's kind of a place where you go down home. You go to the beach. You have some good food. Everyone's very friendly. And that's all still true to a certain case. But immigration is one thing that's changed in the last few years. So. The population of PI's always been pretty low. But it's lead the country immigration in the last couple of years, so very robust immigration, which has led to strengthening of the economy. So PI's lead the country in a number of economic indicators GDP growth housing starts. I saw something today in the paper that said housing prices have jumped twenty percent in one year on the island. So you're you're seeing that traditional island also dealing with a lot of big city issues like housing like the economy like this growing inequality between people who can afford, those changes and people who can't. So the green party's been able to capitalize a little bit on some of the unease with specifically the economic situation in the inequality also number of people have moved to buy from other parts of the country. So the province has become a little bit younger than the other provinces in Atlantic Canada. And it's really that youth vote in a way that's open to these new ways of doing things. So. So a large number of people under forty have kind of broken the tradition of voting for either the liberals or the conservatives which for a lot of families have gone back literally hundreds of years, where if you are a certain family, you voted conservative were another family you voted liberal, and that's all just splintering away. Give me an example, because I'm kind of fascinated by what you said about how we perceive PI, thanks to the tourism commercials. Because I know that that is my main source of of images of p give me an example of what you see on the island today that you'd have no idea of. Yeah. I mean, there are a number of things I think if you're in Charlottetown one of the things that strikes you first off is the diversity of the population. So there's people have been moving their from literally all over the world. So the school board, for example, we'll give out notices to parents in multiple languages because of the diversity of the classrooms, and at amazing selection of ethnic restaurants from the Middle East from Asia. South America, Afghanistan, Syria restaurants that you'd expect to finance Ron or Montreal. But not in a city of forty thousand people Charlottetown has two mosques, for example that both been built over the last ten years. So it's an it's actually a very cosmopolitan small city. So those are just a few things you see sort of on the surface. How did the green party come to be leading the polls? Yeah. You know? It's very interesting because the green parties, I think in Canada, especially provincially have this reputation of being a little bit of the fringe party, you know, the party of older hippies and and of peace love and grooving us on. And I think increasingly elsewhere, they straddle a very interesting part of the spectrum where the greens have NPR have been very pragmatic, so they've emphasized fiscal responsibility. So balancing budgets, in addition to growing, social and an environmental programs. So if you look at the population of pediatric. You know, there are a lot of older people. And as I said a lot of growing younger people. So those are kind of the two poles of the population that I think have driven part of this this interest and the green party, I think we're seeing around the country and N P I this splintering of the traditional left right parties. People are looking for new alternatives, and the greens have been able to capitalize on that on ease with the way things of always been done. If we drilled down a bit on as with other maritime provinces very much the case in PI. There's been this real sense of this kind of old boys network or backroom deals being done in things like, you know, who's getting loans that kind of thing there've been a number of big cases in the last ten to fifteen years on scandals with the liberal party that of really disillusioned people with the way things are done. So in general time, they would then just switch their vote to the conservative party. But they conservatives on P, I have really had a tough. Time they've had six liters and six years they really haven't been going anywhere quickly. So the greens have capitalized on that on ease. But have also really tailored their programs to both rural islanders, and then people in the cities as well. Tell me a little bit about the leadership dynamics and play who's the leader of the liberal party, who's the leader of the greens. So the leader of the liberals I mean, in a way, they're they're puller opposite. So the current premier Wade McLaughlin is the former president of UPI he comes from a very well established island family. They're very well known. They've been political family for many years, he inherited the party or didn't inherit the party, but became the leader in twenty fifty and after Robert gives resigned after a scandal in government, and he did win a majority government at that time, but he seen as a little bit aloof two islanders. So he's got that university president energy around him. So people. Say, you know, we really like Wade, but they don't really warm to him. He doesn't have a lot of natural charisma. So for the last three years, the leader of the green party, Peter Bevan Baker has been a foreign head. The preferred choice of of premier for islanders and the support of the green party has kind of incrementally grown based on his own personal leadership. So he was he's someone who I would call an anti politician. He's just suggest an average guy. He's he's an emigrant from Scotland he came into a couple of decades ago. He was a former dentist who bought an old church in rural PE, I converted into cafe had his dental practice on the side. He plays the trumpet. He's a storyteller and people just really warm to him. He's very authentic, and he's the kind of person who you know, you just to stop and chat to on the street. The kind of person who had a fundraising event will be the first one up dancing is. Unafraid to kind of poke fun at himself. So that's something that really appeals to people on the island. How difficult would it be to translate? Some of what the green party has seen NPA I to a national level. I mean, we've talked a lot on this podcast about the the upcoming federal election. And certainly the left is in kind of a state of disarray in general. So there is an opportunity there. How can they take what they've done there and build it? Yeah. It's tricky based on our current electoral system. But I think a couple of kind of lessons that they've learned from their other provincial successes. You know, we know the grants of won their first seat until and Guelleh's. They won three seats and the New Brunswick election. I think the New Brunswick cases interesting because they won in downtown Fredericton writing. So very urban writing they won in the riding around mount Allison university, so small university town, and then they want a very rural northern New Brunswick riding, so. So they were able to appeal both to kind of a very local grassroots kind of rural population. People in rural communities who are worried about jobs and the rural economy, and they were able to appeal to people at universities younger students and then urban people of the urban left. And I think that's a coalition that if I were Elizabeth may I I would wanna try to emulate, and I think we see in the B C election and the seats they won there in the seats that they're targeting at the federal level that it looks like that's that's the formula. They're looking to repeat so really targeting some of the urban writings, especially on the west coast where maybe the end EP is done. Well, traditionally the liberals, but they're flagging a bit. Some of the the more rural ridings that tend to be around left leaning cities or left leaning region. So the country and then pockets were there strong youth populations like around universities. So all that to say is I don't think this if. If the green stew, and it's going to translate in a green victory at the federal level. But you know, we know that in the case of PI New Brunswick winning the first seat, then leads to a couple of seats. And then you know, who knows where it goes. So based on the current splintering and fragmentation across Canada, you know, we don't really know what's going to happen. But we do know that people are open to new ideas. What kind of new ideas are in the platform N P? So as I said, it's a it's an interesting mix because there's a real mix of pragmatism with some very forward thinking idea. So on the forward thinking side they've made a commitment to making the province carbon neutral by twenty forty five so investing in small loans to homes and small businesses for things like solar panels electric vehicles. They've said that they will provide loans to rural small businesses and entrepreneurs to
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Shooting in Canadian city leaves at least 4 dead, police say
"Is investigating stone as part of his now, fifteen months long probe into Russian election interference to police officers. Were among four, people killed in shooting that sparked panic Anna police locked down in the normally quiet eastern Canadian city of Fredericton police chief. Leeann Fitch this is. The worst moment for any chief of police. In
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"Since the bank's chairman was looking for a position in a possible, Trump, administration Recco testified. The pressure from his boss Stephen caulk made them uncomfortable but the, loans went through even after the election prosecutors allege. Manafort was contacted by caulk about being secretary of the treasury. Or housing and urban development when there was some internal thought in the Trump team to have him in secretary of the army Bob Costantini Washington to police officers are among four killed a shooting in a, Canadian provincial, capital Fredericton deputy police chief Martin got it says it, took place at an apartment complex engaged with the suspect and shots were fired by police around nine thirty, Furton police force injuring apartment and arrested a forty eight year old man from Fredericton He was. Taken to the, doctor every, Chalmers hospital, and is. Undergoing treatment for. Serious injuries. Chief gerrad says the officer saw two dead civilians before. Being shot and killed themselves, no word on a motive the man charged in. Connection with the latest wildfire raging out of control in southern California made a quarter appearance today correspondent Jim Rupe reports while the suspect didn't answer to the charges he did have a lot to say, fifty one, year old force Gordon Clark was ordered to court by the judge after he refused to leave his, jail cell yesterday his behavior was erratic and odd at one. Point stared into the courtroom camera and was uncooperative with the judge asked them questions your birthday Mr Clark December twenty ninth sixty six all right he's declining part Okay thank you Sarah the judge read the charges he, said that's a lie where the judge kept his bail at one million dollars he said he could handle that and asked if he could pay it today still in jail back in court on the, seventeenth, in Santa Ana California I'm Jim Roope. WLS.
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"Harangue focus road we have a vehicle fire blocking the right lanes lays actually really starting to grow. Quickly now southbound side to ninety five you have a little bit of agape related deal with recipe to ninety five south is slow from the white horse pike to the pro to the forty two freeway, forty two south lot ashore traffic will slow you down between the Walt Whitman bridge all the way down the lower landing road. Everybody hitting the shore right now why not take advantage of the last few hours and some sun before the weather. Gets goes downhill now in pennsauken we're still jammed and route seventy three, northbound approaching Hilton looks like they just blocked the. Offramp to Hilton road for the crash ambulance on the scene watching right now in the Mealey's. Furniture jam cams have very slow through, that, area heading, into New Jersey over the Walt Whitman bridge to the expected on a Friday it's slow the entire length in Pennsylvania eastbound, Schuylkill expressway still jammed from zero to to just past the blue route we still, have this, broken down vehicle in. The right lane after. That, it's still slow from Montgomery drive the south street Westbound side is, seventy six sluggish from. University Avenue to the vine then generally slow from Montgomery drive all the way out to. The, approach the blue route blue. Route northbound jammed from ninety five the route one slows down again from the Schuylkill expressway through to make candy tolls southbound four seventy six a lot of traffic volume. Ties you up from the. West Chester pike all the way the ninety five turnpike eastbound starting to slow down approaching mid-county to. Fort Washington and it's still sluggish. On the northeast extension northbound right around the Lansdale interchange about five miles north of it construction causing. That lay mass transit Donna closest schedule I'm just dropping in the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center KYW news time three oh four it's a winning hand on the Atlantic City labor front more than, thirty thousand people are currently working in the casinos this summer here's KYW's David Madden putting full and part time members together July. Statistics from the division of gaming enforcement show more than thirty thousand people working at the hotel casinos employment hasn't been. That high since twenty fourteen when the were eleven casinos in. Play Rummy, Penn did a gaming and hospitality analysts stocking you University says, the number she's. Surprised no one given the openings hard rock and ocean poo brand new properties bringing eight. Thousand individual. Into employment that's fabulous for the area and for the city largest employer remains forgotten with almost six thousand people working there pending. Expects a. Slight reduction in overall staffing after the summer season but not as much as in prior years given a push for more convention in off peak business David. Madden KYW NewsRadio to eastern Canada now where. Condolences are going out to a police force after, two officers were shot to death in Fredericton Two other people. Were also shot suspect in, custody one witness I spoke with described being woken up by volleys of. Gun shots more, than.
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"May be heard or said something they should have there's also a possibility that the prosecution is is considering maybe taking some sort of action against the judge trying to move for a mistrial at this point we have absolutely no idea sort of what all this mysterious meeting and greeting was about this morning when we were expecting to hear from witnesses president trump taking time again to lash out at football players who protest during the national anthem c._b._s. news correspondent angelica alvarez several n._f._l. players used their first preseason game to resurrect protests against what they see as injustice in america president trump who's been outspoken against a demonstrations tweeted the n._f._l. players are added again taking a knee when they should be standing proudly for the national anthem and then he added numerous players from different teams wanted to show their outrage at something that most of them are unable to define four people killed in fredericton canada today one shooting suspect is in custody c._b._c. news network reporter reshma ni- year four People killed among those four killed two of them are Fredericton police officers and now that police force saying the one person, they have taken into custody is currently being treated for serious injuries related to this morning's incident new DNA analysis news aspect. In a series of deadly hammer attacks in the Denver area in the nineteen eighties Aurora police chief Nick. Mets I received the call from director John, camper, from the Colorado bureau of investigation, just a few short weeks ago was told the results of of the. DNA results I it's set the chill through my spine when that suspect was imprisoned in another case in Nevada his DNA was taken tossed into a databank extradition expected the. Dow right now down two hundred, and seventy nine points this is CBS news To experience relief from foot, and leg cramps use theraworx relief get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy ask your. Pharmacist for theraworx relief.
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"Possibility that one of the jurors may be heard or said something they should have there's also, a possibility that the prosecution is is considering maybe taking some sort of action against the judge trying to move for a mistrial at this point we have. Absolutely no idea sort of what all this, mysterious meeting and greeting was about this, morning when we were expecting to hear from witnesses President Trump taking time again to lash, out at football players who protest during the national anthem CBS. News Correspondent Angelica Alvarez several NFL players used their first preseason. Game to resurrect protests, against what they see as injustice in America President Trump who's, been outspoken. Against the demonstrations tweeted the NFL players are added again. Taking a knee when they should be standing proudly for, the national anthem and then he added. Numerous players from different teams wanted to show their outrage at something that most. Of them are unable to define four people killed in Fredericton Canada today one shooting suspect is in. Custody CBC news network reporter Reshma ni- year four people killed among those four killed two of them are Fredericton police officers and now that. Police force saying, the one person they have taken into custody is currently being treated for serious injuries related to this morning's incident new DNA analysis new suspects in, a series of deadly hammer attacks in the Denver area in the nineteen eighties Aurora police chief Nick Mets By received the call, from director John, camper from the Colorado bureau of investigation just a few short weeks ago. Was told the results, of of, the, DNA results Set the chill through my spine when that. Suspect was imprisoned in, another case in Nevada his DNA, was taken tossed into a databank extradition expected the Dow right now down.
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"Or said something they. Should have there's also a possibility that the prosecution is is. Considering maybe taking some sort of action against the, judge trying to move for a mistrial, at this point we have absolutely no idea sort of what all this mysterious meeting and, greeting was about this morning when we were expecting to hear. From witnesses President Trump taking. Time again to. Lash out at, football players who protest during the national anthem CBS news, correspondent Angelica Alvarez several NFL players used their. First preseason game to resurrect. Protests against what they see as injustice. In America President. Trump who's been outspoken against a demonstrations tweeted the NFL, players are added again, taking a knee when they should be standing proudly for the national anthem and. Then he added numerous players from different teams wanted to. Show their outrage at something that most of them are, unable to define four people killed in. Fredericton Canada today one shooting suspect is in custody CBC news net Network. Reporter Reshma ni- year four people killed among those four killed two of them are Fredericton police officers and now that police force saying the. One person they, have taken into custody is currently being treated for serious injuries related to this morning's incident new DNA analysis new suspects in a series of deadly, hammer attacks in the Denver area in the nineteen eighties Aurora police chief Nick Metz by received the call from director John. Camper from the Colorado bureau of investigation just a few short weeks ago and was told the results of. Of the DNA results it's a chill through, my, spine when that suspect was imprisoned, in another case in Nevada his DNA was taken tossed into a databank. Extradition expected the Dow right now down two hundred and seventy nine points this is CBS news national mortgage lender Quicken Loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently licensed in all. Fifty states equal housing lender NMLS.
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"Or said something they. Should have, also a possibility that the prosecution is is considering maybe. Taking some sort of action against, the judge trying to move for a, mistrial at this point we have absolutely no idea sort of what all this mysterious meeting, and greeting was about this morning when we were expecting to. Hear from witnesses President Trump. Taking time again. To lash out, at football players who protest during the national anthem CBS, news correspondent Angelica Alvarez several NFL players used. Their first preseason game to. Resurrect protests against what they see as. Injustice in America. President Trump who's been outspoken against the demonstrations tweeted the, NFL players are added, again taking a knee when they should be standing proudly for the national anthem. And then he added numerous players from different teams wanted. To show their outrage at something that most of them, are unable to define four people killed. In Fredericton Canada today one shooting suspect is in custody CBC news Network reporter rush. Me NY year, four people killed among those four killed two of them are Fredericton police officers and now that police force saying the one person they have taken, into custody is currently being treated for serious injuries related to this morning's incident new DNA analysis new suspects in a series. Of deadly hammer attacks in the Denver area in the nineteen eighties Aurora police chief Nick Mets received the. Call from director John camper from the Colorado, bureau of investigation just a few short, weeks ago and was told the results of of the DNA results it's. Chill through my spine when that suspect was imprisoned in another case in Nevada his DNA was taken tossed into a databank extradition expected the Dow right now down two hundred. And seventy nine points this.
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"That the prosecution is is considering maybe taking some sort of action. Against the. Judge trying to move for a mistrial at this point we. Have absolutely no idea sort of what all this, mysterious meeting and greeting was about this, morning when we were expecting to hear from witnesses President Trump taking time again to lash, out at football players who protest during the national anthem CBS. News Correspondent Angelica Alvarez several NFL players used their first preseason, game to resurrect protests, against what they see as injustice in America President Trump who's been outspoken against. A demonstrations tweeted the NFL players are added again taking. A knee when they should be standing proudly for the, national anthem and then he added numerous. Players from different teams wanted to show their outrage at something that most of, them are unable to define four people killed in Fredericton Canada today one shooting suspect is in. Custody CBC news network reporter Reshma ni- year four people killed among those four killed two of them are Fredericton police officers and now that. Police force saying, the one person they have taken into custody is currently being treated for serious injuries related to this morning's incident new DNA analysis new suspects in, a series of deadly hammer attack in the Denver area in the nineteen eighties Aurora police chief Nick Mets I received the call from director John camper from the Colorado bureau of investigation just a few short weeks ago was. Told the results of the DNA. Results it's set the chill through my spine when that suspect was imprisoned in. Another case in Nevada his DNA was. Taken tossed into a databank extradition expected the Dow right now down two hundred and seventy nine points this is CBS news to experience relief from, foot and leg, cramps use theraworx relief get theraworx relief today the pain relief file at. Your local pharmacy ask, your pharmacist, for, theraworx relief A search underway in North Texas for a missing girl good afternoon seventy four.
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"Scott Three things to know to forty five one the man accused of robbing the. Body of a seven month old son. Into the East River on Sunday was in court, today James Currie, charged with concealment of corpse we don't yet know how we son little Mason sell Donna died but investigators, say the boy was, dead when he was dropped into the river to more trained cancellations today a New. Jersey transit at least six during, the, morning commute and JT blames it largely on crew shortages three police in Fredericton New Brunswick Canada say a. Suspect is in custody after four people. Were shocked to death today in the Canadian maritime province two of the dead were, police officers we do not yet know exactly, what led up to those, shootings at two forty, six local. Police, chief is facing, drug charges Mike sugarman with that story they know the name, Michael Coppola well in these parts I remember the government says he was, a bad actor Iran the Palisades interstate Parkway police department until last year when he. Was suspended. Accused of give Awards and good parking spots for cops wrote the most, tickets and a reckless chases now he's accused of cocaine possession aren't you, get to power You're thinking I can get away with everything until you get, caught Tony talking about the story. With his buddies was a bit surprised about the way police say he was. Caught buying drugs on the internet but he didn't get real drugs, this last time he was set. Up by officers and arrested out of jail now he'll, be in court later this month in Hackensack New Jersey Mike. Sugarman WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty a new artificial reef is being constructed off Nassau County much of the material going underwater used? To, be above water so feel hall explains how can. You make a former bridge and old barges into something that brings life into the area well it's, happening here in the water off of Hempstead an artificial reef. Is being constructed using the former tappan Zee bridge and other materials governor Cuomo says the reef will be seven hundred forty five acres in length we've done them and we have, to change our.
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"News update I'm Jim Taylor police in Canada. Say there is no further threat to the public after at least four people were killed in a. Shooting in the eastern province of New Brunswick earlier Fredericton police said there were two of those killed were police officers still no motive. For this incident has been given local, health authorities say multiple people are still being treated stay with w w j for, the latest and arraignment this morning for Nathaniel Abraham the youngest Michigan resident to be convicted. Of murder in one thousand nine, hundred ninety seven he's facing. Three new felony counts including assaulting and obstructing officer the man had agreed to turn, himself in on an outstanding warrant for indecent exposure but he didn't show up deputies later observed him walking along Baldwin road at, Malcolm in Pontiac when they attempted to stop him. Abraham struck three of them with a closed fist he was subdued With a taser and taken into, custody? Abraham was eleven years old at the time of his first conviction WWE j.. News time to thirty three some, answers about a white foam that used out of. Manholes in Melvin Dale twice the latest now in an update from w w j Zara Huber the. Phone that caused some concern from residents in the area of Schaefer highway Melvin del may have come from a recently resurfaced parking lot. Melinda stuff ler with the Michigan department, of environmental quality says they believe rain cost some of those materials to run off, we believe when it ran off and under the stormwater catch basin and then due to. That turning action of the rain, produced the fall it's important. To understand that this is still a preliminary source that we've identified we have them, sampling results that we're still waiting for stuff ler says they are waiting for more test results to confirm the county's working to, prevent this from happening again the Hooper w w. J news right Nine fifty Detroit grand prix will continue to race on Belle isle a new agreement announced this morning between the Michigan. Department of natural resources and race officials we're looking forward to to another, great year, in nineteen and and moving forward with. Grand prix on bell Detroit grand prix president Michel mantra why says, since two thousand seven the Detroit grand prix and its partners have invested, more than thirteen million dollars in enhancements to Belle isle parks natural and cultural. Resources so all that money goes back to to either directly. To the island or to belau conservancy things like the aquarium being open in available free of charge year. Round, are direct results of of that event The new agreement is for three years with an option to extend for two more a Florida man has to give up one hundred fifty thousand dollars. After a case of mistaken identity led to a banker in his favor the PGA European. Tour accidentally gave fifty eight-year-old Thomas Fleetwood of Claremont the British Open winnings of a pro golfer with the. Same name Tommy Fleetwood. Reporter Troy. Campbell Fleetwood says he was convinced, it was a simple mix since he had already given the PGA tour his banking information will apply to, their, senior, to work sent. Me an Email from the tour office in England saying we made a mistake and you please. Send it back we would says he walked into his Bank and he explained what had happened to the Taliban Never had this before so she had to get a little advice on. How to do, it and it was all pretty simple as something that she's never seen play says Tommy Fleetwood wife sent him. An Email thanking him for his honesty the blunder was. Noticed when a friend of the American Fleetwood eight Florida teacher, revealed the windfall on Twitter meantime here in Detroit some. Summer interns getting a lesson on Gulf in hopes of it helping them in their future endeavors About eighty summer.
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"Hope for the best New York City transit president Andy Lyford. Says the weekend closures are necessary substations can be modernized and signals upgraded before the big job begins on fourteenth street Marla diamond WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty. Two thirty-three motive yet for a shooting today in. The Canadian Maritimes where two. Police officers and two civilians were killed it happened in. Fredericton the capital of New. Brunswick the suspect is in custody this man lives in the neighborhood where the shooting happened I thought everything was safe so I opened my, window up just to see if I could hear going on because. The swat truck was parked in the parking lot and you started taking shots at the. Cop, that was standing there so probably close window while we sat in back in the middle of my. Kitchen floor again a nearby hospital says it is treating multiple people for injuries more than twenty thousand, people in southern California had been forced to leave their homes, because of the holy fire which broke out inside Cleveland national Forest CBS's Jonathan big Liatti is. In lake Elsinore where firefighters are trying to. Keep the flames at bay we were at home as we watched we were just. A few feet away from an airplane that came in and dropped his neon pink retardant it worked incredibly well in stopping those flames and saving those. Homes skill though can only get you so far. I was speaking with the. Fire chief yesterday and he said alternately no matter how. Many men you have here. This is ultimately in the hands of mother nature is about the weather coming down the winds coming down say man with a history of, erratic behavior deliberately set that fire today is day nine of the. Paul Manafort Bank and tax fraud trial there had been talked the prosecution might rest its. Case, today but.
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"On NewsRadio nine fifty Good morning. Thank you for joining us I'm Roberta. CENA and I'm Tom Jordan these are. The top stories on WW they are calling. This an active shooter situation we are watching, breaking news in eastern Canada police, in the city of Fredericton say at least four people have been killed in a shooting incident that is still unfolding police are telling people to, stay inside lock their doors circumstances surrounding the. Shooting are, not yet known but again at least. Four people have been
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"NewsRadio nine fifty WGN good morning thank you. For joining us I'm Roberta just. Say now I'm Tom Jordan these are the top stories has seven fifty we have breaking news in Canada right. Now we're police say there are. Multiple fatalities in a shooting in the city of, Fredericton in New Brunswick this incident they say is ongoing Fredericton. Police are telling people to avoid the area stay in their homes and lock their doors for their safety. The CBC says firefighters and paramedics have been sent to the scene. And armored vehicle has also, now arrived this is ongoing and we're told at least four people are dead we'll have more ahead Republican Bill shooting. And democratic Gretchen Whitmer wanna square off at least three televised debates in. Their race for Michigan governor Schutte the state's attorney general is. Proposing a minimum of three debates, before November's election Widmer wants to. Three debates as, well with specific issues Covered at each one of those debates is very high, tech in very cool looking but is it ruining our I site here CBS news man Jim shanavie blue. Lights produced. By LED's in an ever. Increasing number of electronic, gizmos they're cool to. Look at but is that light hurting your. Eyes scientists at the university of. Toledo in Ohio founded blue light can permanently damage a person's vision through macular degeneration it's one of the leading. Causes of blindness that up until. Now it's affected mostly older people this research shows, that the molecules of retinal a form of vitamin a that. Helps us e turn into cell killers when they interact with blue light Jim Chenevey CBS new online at. That museum WWE, as Santa media reports Cranbrook science museum will be. Pulling an all nighter with, fun for the entire family bring your pajamas and a sleeping bag and prepare to have fun that's Cranbrook astronomer Mike. Narloch who says they're holding an all night party on Saturday eight pm. To eight AM in honor of the Percy had meteor showers There will be all kinds of Brill's access to the observatory after closing hours your own private, planetarium show activities you name? It we're going to take, advantage, of it, Cranbrook will turn off the lights at night for the best media viewing in the morning breakfast the, cutoff to buy tickets today is noon Sandra McNeill w w j NewsRadio nine fifty, dresses that belonged to Marilyn Monroe along with an autographed photo thanking. The executive who launched her Hollywood career go on display before heading to auction the sale will. Be conducted by profiles in history but before they are put up for bids the atoms will be put up for Lux in Beverly Hills California starting. August the eighteenth auction to be held in October among the items to, be bid on is a photo Maryland signed for Twentieth Century Fox executive Ben Lyon. Thanking him for believing in her when no one else did the. Photo taken during. The filming of the seven year each movie in one thousand nine, hundred fifty five that provided histories lasting image of Marilyn Monroe standing over That subway gate and holding down or white chess and with the police in Canada are saying at least four people have, been, killed in, a shooting in the Canadian city of Fredericton Fredericton New Brunswick we are following that developing story multiple people dead in. That shooting eastern portion of Canada the latest straight ahead up next to look at business news that Corey Right now join.
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"Is in russia to work on a potential meeting between putin and president trump defense secretary jim mattis has opened talks in china with his counterpart mattis describes the discussion as quote open and honest there has been tension between the us and china over beijing's decision to put troops and military equipment on islands in the south china sea the first black player in the national hockey league has been named to the hockey hall of fame dan carpenter has more on canadian willie are the eighty two year olds as he paced in his house for hours waiting for the call and when it came he says he felt fantastic re is originally from fredericton new brunswick he joined the nhl in nineteen fifty eight he's still active is the league's diversity ambassador and supports the program hockey is for everyone although he was the first black player in the national league he's the third to be inducted into the hall of fame his first game with the boston bruins resulted in a win over the montreal canadiens he didn't realize the significance that night but the next day read a newspaper article that confirmed he had broken the nhl's color barrier for npr news i'm dan carpenter can toronto in thailand teams continue to search part of the cave complex for members of a missing youth soccer team they're believed trapped inside the cave by flooding tie navy divers are helping search for the twelve boys and their coach rescuers are pumping water out of the cave i'm korva coleman npr news support for npr comes from indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring more employers can post jobs and use screener.
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"Come prepared do kim need from come on i miss you regards me and thank you so much for listening to my block party for fredericton was leaving his home in meat and you also have their names in i can't see it was shula no yes moore at you know in these key changes coming from various elf found not win down how are you and you may as saying on and and that was the one and only michel bruggere ghassem in sidney gilliat injecting herself into her fredericton block party and why not she's a huge part of the music scene there hernu memoir something is always on fire is out now and tonight you can catch her at the ottawa writers fast and michel will be in halifax on tuesday now time for a big developing story out of hollywood you may have read yesterday the new york times published allegations of sexual harassment against hollywood giant harvey weinstein if the name sounds familiar if you don't know that is he you've seen then that name on a lot of movie screens he is the cofounder of miramax films and the weinstein company and has produced a lot of big movie including oscar winners shakespeare in love and the king's speech the iraqi accusations against harvey weinstein go back three decades and the often involve women who worked for him or young women looking for opportunities in the entertainment industry actor ashley judd went on record with the first person account she told the new york times that as a younger actor harvey weinstein invited her to his hotel room for a meeting and then allegedly asked her to give him a back rub and watch him shower.
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