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"friday, may 7th" Discussed on Security Now
"That does appear to be the case. Yeah. Yeah, the story of 20%. No, that's exactly what happens. So since the demand was updated, it now carries an expiration date of this coming Friday May 7th. But it's been reduced from the initial request of 50 million down to the now much more seemingly affordable 20 million. I can't see Apple paying a penny and quanta shouldn't either, but at the same time I also could see Apple being very concerned. Yeah. So they're going to announce in June. Various researchers have been quoted saying that this appears to be a pattern. The revival gang apparently feels that forcing the opening of a dialog with their victim. Is a crucial first step in getting paid. What appears to be happening as we're seeing a pattern of them deliberately establishing a reputation for dramatically reducing their initial ransom demand upon the establishment of a dialog. So this asking 50 and immediately dropping to 20, that's what people are now coming to expect. And of course, I guess this provides some incentive for a victim to establish contact in order to obtain the more real ransom demand. And also, of course, in the process serves to break the ice. And it's like, well now, of course, we're all put in mind of that old joke about prostitution. Okay, well, we've determined what you are. Now we're just negotiating a price. So this is the world we're in. And of course, we'll be talking about this takedown task force here, or the ransomware task force shortly. You could almost say that this was the year of the rise and fall of evil. Fascinating to watch, and of course we covered that each step of the way on security now..
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Gonna get to questions? We are live here today. Friday may 7th glad you're with us. 16 363 11 10 6 10 363 11 10. We're gonna get to calls. Let me go to Richard Richard's going us from Arkansas. Hey, Richard. Hi there. Good morning. Quick question. Good morning. My wife works for an employer. She quit that employers, she transferred her for a one k two vitality for a higher a account. And, uh, we did a transfer, so there was no cash taken out. Do that, But we're getting a 10 99 are from her previous employer for that for one K. Um, is that just something they do? Uh, my concerns is that trigger desire I arrest thinking we should be paying taxes on it. No, I mean you rolled it into a traditional Ira Wright. Yes. Okay. Yeah, No, that Z nothing. You have to worry about. So we just ignore that 99 are nothing to do with it. Well, do you do your do you do your own taxes? Yes. Okay, so you'll have to file that. But as a you know, roll over, there will be a box for that to file, but it's not a taxable event. The only you know. Did a quick look over the tax form. I did not see a box that showed roll over, But there is something that just doesn't look very enter that correct. Yeah. Yeah, that should be. You're going to have to Okay, file. But if not call H and R block or something and ask him, But I think you need to file that. But It is. It is a roll over. It does ask you in the tax form. Did you have any qualified distributions? You did not, or did you have any non qualified distributions? That would be 4 59.5. And that would be not true, either. So it wasn't a distribution. So director all over and you'll be fine. Okay. All righty. Thank you. And and by the way, the reason people aren't working is because of global warming. You do know that I You know what? I never thought of that until I heard Christine Lagarde this morning. Yeah. So that must be what it is. It's too hot to work. It's too hot to work. I'm in Arkansas is getting hot already. So no terrible Um God. Help us, Richard. That's all I could say. God help us. Thank you, brother. All right, we'll see you. Yeah. Um, let me go to John. John's going is from South Carolina. Hey, John. Hey, Uh then this is, uh, my wife and left me a trust. It's a considerable amount of this trust is with Marilyn Church, the investor and, um I'm at a standstill. I've got banks, including me. Want to One. I was telling me the cash in because the way the taxes are coming up. And they start all over. Which distrust is with Marilyn Chin. There's a portfolio probably two inches thick on investments with utilities. Uh, gasoline. Automobile. I'm new with all of this and I get a portfolio from them every month, and it's got me confused. I'm talking to the investor now, and he's helping me get my trust set up to just roll it over into that trust. Under a Type of trusted acted, Uh, Take care of myself. Which, um, I understanding, you know, I have total control over. What? What? What is your suggestion with this? Wouldn't don't listen. It's frustrating to me, of course. They want you to sell out of its start over because then they get all the commissions. And they're going to make a ton of money from that. And the individuals going to make a lot of money. You don't do that. That would be ridiculous to do that. Just leave it alone. If it's a good trust, and it's set up in a positive way, and you've got some good holdings in there, there's no reason to be moving in and out and churning over. The account. You shouldn't do that The account should stay in the trust and be done with it once it's in the trust name. Of course, the other thing is you could move it anywhere you want. It doesn't have to be a Merrill Lynch. You could move it to fidelity. You can move to TD Ameritrade. You move it anywhere you want. So keep that in mind. I'm not saying you have to do that, or you should do that. But there's no there's no issue with that. Either is you don't have to be there. But, um, you would have tol. I would have to know all the things that are in there. Are there some things that you ought to move or there's some things that you want to combine. Probably. I don't know how many positions total Are there. There's probably some things that might serve you better in the long run, But but not not because somebody wants to Make a commission so I would not I would leave it alone if it has been performing well. Over the last. You know, several years. I wouldn't. I wouldn't be concerned about it. I mean, I would like to see you at a place where you could maybe manage it, you know, or or look at it. A little bit different. It's hard to do anything so moral inches of full service broker. They're getting big commissions. You could have that account in Fidelity and It would be wouldn't cost a nickel to make the changes. So I just think that you you leave it alone right now, until you get more familiar with what's in it, or maybe you are familiar with it. If you have some bad things you can. You can sell them, But, um I wouldn't. I wouldn't be looking to turn the whole count over. Her dad is set this thing up back in the eighties and invested in it, and it is had grown tremendously. But he was a low risk investor. And I think when we went to the bank, and they set up a portfolio off of it, it wasn't using. But like 3%, because he was He was a low risk investor. Uh, also, um They're advising me to put it in the Revokable Trust. That way, I'll have control over myself. You mean you mean it? And have revokable or did they say you're revokable? Revokable. That way. I'll have control over that. That was my understanding, you know, So it's a brother should be a revokable living trust. But it's probably it's probably that now. Well, it was when her dad was under the the family name and care of her and her brother with her brother passed away with her and she passed away and it goes to me as the Beneficiary. Um So it was a revokable. And then I think he changed it to a revokable. Their amendment. Uh so They want me to say that? Well, it was the remarkable but they want me to set it up. Revokable. That way I could handle Could have control of my investments along with Marilyn. Sure, I could decide to set myself up on a monthly budget. Send it to me, you know, and still invest whatever I got invested. Well, let me just say to you, Apparently, Merlin change. Doesn't know this which would be Crazy. If it's already.
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on AP News
"Said, of course segment of its biggest rocket reintroduce atmosphere above the Maldives, and most of it burned up early because of the uncontrolled re entry of the 23 Ton 10 story. Tall rocket, Harvard astrophysicist Jonathan McDowell tweeted, an ocean re entry was always statistically, the most likely it appears China one. It's gamble, but it was still reckless. The Chinese rocket carried the main model of the country's first permanent space station into orbit on April 29th. I'm Julie Walker. AP News for Friday May 7th I'm Tim McGuire. A down report shows 266,000 new jobs added last month, prompting calls by some for the Biden administration to end the weekly federal unemployment payments. See AP Saga Began. E. The president says the $1.9 trillion virus relief bill has the nation on the right path, removing more rapidly than I thought we would. But opponents say part of the package is actually hurting employment with expanded benefits like a $300 weekly check, giving the jobless a reason to stay home instead of work. Spokeswoman Jen Psaki says. That's not the case. We're seeing little evidence that enhance unemployment benefits are currently impacting are affecting Americans willingness to work. Still, the U. S Chamber of Commerce wants the payments to end immediately, and the weak job growth could stiff it. GOP resistance to the president's next big push for a massive infrastructure bill. Saga room AGONY Washington The administration's cracking down on ghost guns have proposed rule from the Justice Department would broaden the definition of a firearm, requiring some gun making kits to include a serial number. They're right wing Republican backers of former President Donald Trump stage a rally at a retirement community in central Florida, Florida Congressman Matt Gates. We send a strong message to the week establishment in both parties. America first isn't going away. We're going on to her controversial Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene also taken part in the gathering. Federal investigators are looking into sex trafficking allegations and whether Gates paid women and an underage girl in exchange for sex. They're also looking into whether Gates and associates tried to secure government jobs for some of the women. Green was stripped of her congressional committee assignments following Social Media post expressing racist views and absurd conspiracy theories. This is AP News Restaurant idea, based on a popular eatery model from the middle of last century, making a comeback in New York and Donahue has more. The food is in Cubbies and you pick out what you want. Stratis Morfogen, owner of the Brooklyn Dumpling House in New York, brought back the auto mats. What I wanted to do is have the whole concept, the whole guest experience. Controlled by your smartphone. Restaurants have been struggling during the pandemic. Morph again, says auto mats will save jobs in the long run. My grams with Taco Bell likes the idea. Some of it's for safety, and I want to contact with experience for other people. It's just want to be left alone and go do my thing in its time square Cantina Taco Bell has what it calls Cubbies morph again, says Cubbies alone won't work that is as good as the food. If your food is not on point You will fail more. Fagin says he's already sold almost 100 franchise options. I'm Ed Donahue. I'm timid Wire AP News Musician Lloyd Price has died of complications from diabetes at a long term facility in New Rochelle, New York, according to his wife. He was 88 I marches are a letter with a look at his career. Lloyd Price was known for songs like Stagger Lee Lawdy, Miss Claudie and Personality. But he was so much more price credited being stationed in the U. S Army with a bunch of lawyers for his ability to read contracts because dude That he found a double L records help stage the Thrilla in Manila and rumble in the jungle heavyweight prize fights, ran construction businesses and sold his own food products. Plus, as he said in 2011, he was a really good bowler. 73 Million Bowl is a year. And only 2% ever shut 300. I got six happened. Coronavirus Update. I'm Ben Thomas within a P news minute. The numbers continue to head in the right direction in the US Johns Hopkins University's tally Sunday morning shows newly confirmed covert 19 cases at less than 35,000 in the past 24 hours. More than 600 deaths were recorded during that period, and the U. S toll is now more than 581,000 people on NBC's Meet the press president Biden's chief medical advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci, says Cove It is far from gone, but the country appears to be getting a handle on things if we get 70% of the people vaccinated By the Fourth of July. Name, the one single dose and even more there after you may see blips, but if we handle them well, it is unlikely that you'll see the kind of surge that we saw in the late fall and the early winter. Meanwhile, India is trying to vaccinate million's admitted devastating wave of infections. AP correspondent Charles Dillon Asthma The bond for vaccination is surging in India, with people standing in long lines outside centers around the country. New Delhi medical officer would serve, Singh says numbers have doubled in the recent period. Vaccinating 106.
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"To questions. We are live here today. Friday. May 7th Grader with us 16 363 11 10 6 10 363. 11 10. We're gonna get to calls. Let me go to Richard Richard's going us from Arkansas. Hey, Richard. Hi there. Good morning. Quick question. Good morning. My wife works for an employer. She quit that employers, she transferred her for a one k two vitality for a higher a account. And, uh, we did a transfer, so there was no cash taken out. Do that, But we're getting a 10 99 are from her previous employer for that for one K. Um, is that just something they do? Uh, my concerns is that trigger desire I arrest thinking we should be paying taxes on it. No, I mean you rolled it into a traditional Ira Wright. Yes. Okay. Yeah, No, that Z nothing. You have to worry about. So we just ignore that 99 are nothing to do with it. Well, do you do your do you do your own taxes? Yes. Okay, so you'll have to file that. But as a you know, roll over, there will be a box for that. The file, but it's not a taxable event. The only you know. Did a quick look over the tax form. I did not see a box that showed roll over, But there was something there just doesn't look very enter that correct. Yeah. Yeah, that should be. You're going to have to Okay, file. But if not call H and R block or something and ask him, But I think you need to file that. But It is. It is a roll over. It does ask you in the tax form. Did you have any qualified distributions? You did not, or did you have any non qualified distributions? That would be 4 59.5. And that would be not true, either. So it wasn't a distribution. So director roll over and you'll be fine. Okay. All right. Thank you. And and by the way, the reason people aren't working is because of global warming. You do know that I You know what? I never thought of that until I heard Christine Lagarde this morning. Yeah. So that must be what it is. It's too hot to work. It's too hot to work. I'm in Arkansas is getting hot already. So no terrible Um God. Help us, Richard. That's all I could say. God help us. Thank you, brother. All right, we'll see you. Yeah. Let me go to John. John's going is from South Carolina. Hey, John. Hey, uh, band this is, uh, my wife and left me a trust. It's a considerable amount of this trust. And it's with Marilyn Church, the investor and, um I'm at a standstill. I've got banks, including me. Want to One. I'm telling me the cash and because of the way attacks are coming up. And they start all over. Which distrust is with Marilyn Chin. There's a portfolio probably two inches thick on investments with utilities. Uh, gasoline. Automobile. I'm new at all of this and I get a portfolio from them every month, and it's got me confused. I'm talking to the investor now, and he's helping me get my trust set up to just roll it over into that trust. Under a Type of trusted acted, Uh, Take care of myself. Which amount understanding. You know. I have total control over. What? What? What is your suggestion with this? Wouldn't don't listen. It's frustrating to me, of course. They want you to sell out of it Start over, because then they get all the commissions. And they're going to make a ton of money from that. And the individual is going to make a lot of money. You don't do that. That would be ridiculous to do that. Just leave it alone. If it's a good trust, and it's set up in a positive way, and you've got some good holdings in there, there's no reason to be moving in and out and churning over. The account. You shouldn't do that The account should stay in the trust and be done with it once it's in the trust name. Of course, the other thing is you could move it anywhere you want. It doesn't have to be a Merrill Lynch. You could move it to fidelity. You can move to TD Ameritrade. You move it anywhere you want. So keep that in mind. I'm not saying you have to do that, or you should do that. But there's no there's no issue with that, either. You don't have to be there. But, um, you would have to. I would have to know all the things that are in there. Are there some things that you ought to move or there's some things that you want to combine. Probably. I don't know how many positions total are there, but there's probably some things that might serve you better. In the long run, but but not not because somebody wants to make a commission so I would not I would leave it alone if it has been performing well. Over the last. You know, several years. I wouldn't. I wouldn't be concerned about it. I mean, I would like to see you at a place where you could maybe manage it, you know, or or look at it. Ah, little bit different. It's hard to do anything. So moral inches of full service broker. They're getting big commissions you could have that account in Fidelity and it would be wouldn't cost a nickel to make the changes. So I just think that you you leave it alone right now, until you get more familiar with what's in it, Or maybe you are familiar with it. If you have some bad things you can You can sell them, but, um I wouldn't. I wouldn't be looking to turn the whole count over. Her dad is set this thing up back in the eighties and then invested in it, and it is had grown tremendously. But he was a low risk investor. And I think when we went to the bank, and they said a portfolio off of it, it wouldn't you remember like 3% because he was He was a low risk investor. Uh, also, um There by the meat to put it into Revokable Trust. That way, I'll have control over myself. You mean you mean it? Have revokable or they say you're revokable. Revokable. That.
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on KCRW
"So called ghost guns as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. The move is part of the Biden administration's efforts to tackle gun violence. The proposed rule would expand the definition of firearm and require manufacturers to include a serial number on so called ghost guns, which are made from easy to build fire on kits. The Justice Department says that between 2016 and 2020 Law enforcement officers recovered more than 23,000 firearms without serial numbers from potential crime scenes. The proposed rule would also require sellers to run background checks before selling kits. And so that requirements for licensed dealers to have a serial number added to three d printed guns. Proposal falls President Biden's actions last month and to curb in what he's called an epidemic of gun violence in the country. Ryan Lucas. NPR NEWS Washington Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro May or Kiss says the US Mexico border remains closed, but he says conditions for unaccompanied minors are improving. During a visit today at a processing center and Donna, Texas, New York has noted that young migrants traveling without a parent now spent far less time being processed at the facility rather than Custody period of approximately 139 hours. They're here for approximately 24 hours, A orca says he inherited a system that was turned down by the Trump administration. He says. They're working on building it back up and making it better. Disappointing jobs report out today shows just 266,000 jobs were created last month. That's far fewer than economists were expecting that his business groups pushing President Biden to end expanded benefits for the unemployed because many say they can't find enough workers for their companies. But the Biden administration says the enhanced unemployment benefits are not to blame. The unemployment rate rose slightly to 6.1%. You're listening to NPR news and at 5 32 on a Friday May 7th is his KCRW. I'm Larry Peral. Well, apparently, California has lost some of its luster. The Golden State is shedding residents. People are packing up and moving out as KCRW's Tara entry on reports new figures released today by the States Finance Department show. California's population has declined for the first time in recorded history. Last year, 182,000 people packed up the U haul and said so long to California. That's the first yearly drop ever recorded for the nation's most populous state, which has seen perpetual growth since 18 50 on the heels of the famous gold Rush. California's population now sits just under 39.5 million more people have left the golden State that have come here in previous years. But we've always managed to make up the difference. Not in 2020. A mix of things could be behind that, including a reduction in visas for people coming in internationally, a rise in deaths tied to the pandemic and fewer people having babies amid the upheaval of 2020. The figures follow an announcement last week that the Golden State will lose a congressional seat for the first time due to sluggish population growth that is KCRW star entre and reporting in the Golden State slowdown in population growth. Has often been attributed to a mass exodus. And rightly so. During the last decade, more than six million people moved from California to other states, while about only 4.9 came into the state. New analysis from the Public Policy Institute of California shows who's leaving and who's arriving are largely different they found in general people who move here or more likely to be employed. They are of working age and high wage earners on top of being less likely to be in poverty. They also tend to have higher education levels and, conversely, more lower and middle income residents have left and their numbers Accelerated over the past year. P p I. C found most people who say goodbye to the Golden State, do it for economic or for family reasons, and we've got to warn you that some time this weekend a piece of a Chinese rocket is expected to hit the Earth. Moving in about 18,000 miles an hour, and here's the problem. Scientists say they're not really sure where it's going to land and they won't know until it's just hours away. The risk to humans is low, but the Pentagon and White House are monitoring senior writer for space dot com. Mike Wall told kcrw's press play about what could happen when the debris reenters Earth's atmosphere. When it comes back in the atmosphere, it gets There's so much frictional heating it justice so hot. It burns up most of the rocket But some pieces that are extremely hard, you know, made out like especially hard metals. I mean part of the engines. They might make it to the ground, and that's sort of what we saw last May with this rocket to some of it did come down. Scientists say it will most likely land in an ocean or the wilderness. But there is a slight chance it could hit Ah wide swath of places like L, a New York, Madrid, Rio de Janeiro, and maybe even Beijing. Support for NPR comes from indeed with more than 100 skills test to help businesses quickly attract interview.
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on WBUR
"The pandemic. There's been a lot of talk of herd immunity herd immunity community. Public health officials said that achieving herd immunity herd immunity is what's going to save the country from an endemic and then it would mark the end of the crisis. You get an overwhelming majority of the people vaccinated, we can reasonably quickly get to the herd immunity that would be a blanket of protection for the country. Today as infections fall and the country begins to fully reopen my colleague of poor but Mondavi Lee on why experts now believe Achieving herd immunity may not ever happen. It's Friday, May 7th Pervert described this reporting that you have been doing over the past few weeks. I have been thinking about where we are with getting to the end of the pandemic by if we've been talking about getting too hard immunity as this percentage of population that we have to get to this milestone beyond which the virus is gonna have a lot of trouble spreading. So it was always described to us as the way out of the pandemic as this place where we can finally show the virus the exit door and can get on with our lives, and I wanted to talk to some scientists to see how close they thought we are to this hard immunity threshold for the virus basically has run out of people to infect. Which is extremely pertinent question. Are we nearing the point at which, if somebody sneezes near you and has Cove in 19, that sneeze is just gonna bounce off immune people, right people who are immune because they've been vaccinated or they've had an infection, And basically the virus can't find a host. Yes, exactly. You hear me? Can you? How are you? Hi a proven. So I called up a bunch of scientists across a range of disciplines. And I asked him that question. So let me buy the thing, You know. Do you think that we will get the herd? Immunity? How.
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And will Barton that game tips off just after seven and then the latest start of them all ABS in L. A taking on the King's for the first of two abs looking to keep pace with the Vegas Golden Knights atop the West Division. That that will be about eight o'clock start. So that's all I got for you. And when I say that's all I got, I just mean from the standpoint of This is the update. I have two more hours. For you here on this Friday. Thanks for dropping by. 5 to 29872. If you want to interact with the show, so with no nuggets as Rockies, none of them were in action last night. Pete, the Lakers Clippers game. Um Expecting the Clippers to win I yesterday when I was talking about betting during, line them up. Had the Clippers covering and boy did they cover But the reason why they covered by so much was because Anthony Davis got hurt again. And the TNT crew of Kevin Harlan. Reggie Miller kept saying ankle ankle Inkley reaggravated. It's the same injury. It's the same injury. And then the Lakers PR staff told them no yet went out because of back spasms. And then Anthony Davis, basically after the game said that, yeah, he tweaked it. Little bit. Whatever you got hurt again. And it had to leave. And then the club presented up blowing them out. So the impact of that this is where we stand at this very moment at four or five. On Friday, May 7th The Utah Jazz are the number one seat The Phoenix Suns are the number two seed. The number three seed is now the L. A Clippers because with their when they leapfrogged the idol, Denver Nuggets, then the Nuggets are the four seed. Season ended today they would take on the Dallas Mavericks, who gotta win last night against the Brooklyn Nets. Which I told you when it matter as long as either they won or the Lakers lost, they would remain in the five seed. Both things happen. So the Mavericks are in fifth. Then it's the Blazers, who are in sixth and oh, by the way Blazers Lakers tonight. Anthony Davis expecting to play but I will confirm that When I checked the MBA injury report Surprise surprise. The Lakers were one of the few teams that had not published their injury report. In the early window of when those things they're supposed to be published. So because the Lakers lost Blazers. Move up to the sixth seed Lakers air now firmly in playing territory in the seven seed. And then the warriors or any So that's where we stand right now. A win tonight for the Denver Nuggets would move them back ahead of the Clippers into the third seed. And if the Blazers beat the Lakers tonight, then the it would be Nuggets Blazers. If this season ended today, it does not. So it will probably change 34 more times. Between now in the end of the year. Which is a week or so away. Any who's ill. What sticks out to me here. As I look at these teams Nuggets play the Jazz tonight. The Nuggets will not have Jamal Murray, Avi. They also don't have Monte Morris. Was dealing with a hamstring strain. Will Barton, who's dealing with a hamstring strain, and PJ Dozer, who's dealing with an a doctor? Injury, a strain of his a doctor. And we are very familiar with a doctor's because that is the injury that played Gary Harris. Throughout this season until he got traded. Michael Malone the other day, saying that Denver is the soft tissue injury capital of the world or say something like to that extent. They're not the only ones. So they don't have Murray because of the big injury, but they still don't have barn Morris and Dozer. These soft tissue, nagging injury things. The Jazz. Have their own soft tissue issues. Salt Lake City, giving Denver run for its money as the soft tissue damage. Capital of the world. Utah Jazz Tonight will not have my Conley Has a tight hamstring. Quite like a toy. Gah and Donovan Mitchell. Doesn't have any soft tissue damage here. He has an ankle spring. Both guys will be out for the Utah Jazz. Don't worry. We get Joker vs Go Bear. And that alone is worth the price of admission. So those are the nuggets, injuries and the jazz injuries. Then you have the Lakers with the obvious. LeBron James Anthony Davis injuries. The Dallas Mavericks don't have Chris stops Poor Zynga's because he has knee soreness. The Clippers aren't playing Kawai full quarters and didn't last night because they're trying to ease him back into things after he missed some time with an injury. And the sons for what it's worth. Not that the Fate of the Western Conference is in the balance. When it comes to Jae Crowder's injury. But Jae Crowder is out right now for the sons with the right ankle spring. So you thought last year In the conversation surrounding the the bubble was, this is going to be a war of attrition. Right is just gonna It's just gonna be ball for three months. Every almost every day. You know you don't go out there. I mean, this is gonna be AH, grind. For 90 days. You know, Itwas We saw the signs of mental and physical fatigue. Throughout the postseason..
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"T enter it now at kfbk dot com from California's Capital City, This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, fbk. Good morning to you 8 30 on this Friday, May 7th I'm Christina Madonna as we head into the weekend. This is our final half hour. The program. This week. Thanks for being part of it. I'm saying shame. The state of California now looking for land in San Diego to build a migrant processing center, The alleged captain of the boat that capsized and broke up off San Diego on Sunday was charged in federal court today. Also all knew it ate. We have a new report on this developing story. A 21 ton out of control. Chinese rocket expected to plunge back to Earth this weekend We're going to tell you what the U. S military is planning to do. That's all straight ahead. Let's get up to the road right now. And check in with Brian Noble swells rolling this Friday morning. Take it away. Brian. This report is brought to you by Save Mart still have an accident North down 99 about halfway between Mac Road and Floren roads. The two left lanes blocked as many as five vehicles involved in this one. Right now, Traffic is at a crawl almost all the way back to Elk Grove Boulevard. Mom's rarely put themselves first. So for Mother's Day, save Mark and help you serve a meal that will make her feel like number one. Angus Beef filet mignon Just 10 £99 Mom's first could save Mart Valley Proud traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the cap Trust Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk. It'll be sunny today with a high of 82 84 than clear tonight with a low of 56 to 60 sunshine of are becoming very breezy and quite warm. Combination of gusty winds and dry weather will result in an elevated.
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on WTOP
"The decision that I have made after thoughtful prayer and consideration. Is not to seek another term as mayor of this city. What started out as a bank transaction gone wrong, turned into a confrontation and an hours long standoff with police and ST Cloud, Minnesota. Chief Blair Anderson says a man took five employees hostage. Some of the hostages were released by the suspect and some flat out that made a run for the door. I made it out safely. When the last one left, police move it in and made the arrest Wall Street right now the Dow is up 150 points. NASDAQ is up 1 74. This is CBS News. Fasted wealth, personalized and affordable financial planning for everyday Americans. No wealth or asset minimums. Quality financial advice for every stage of your life. 11 3 on Friday may 7th 2021 61 in the nation's capital on the way up to the mid sixties. Good morning. I'm Brendan Hazleton. And I'm John Aaron. The top local stories we're following this hour. A man has been found dead in a Fairfax County shopping center. Police are trying to determine what happened and why the man was found lying in the road here in the Santilli shopping center of Jason to Dulles Expo Center. Fairfax County Police chief Kevin Davis says the victim is a Hispanic man who was shot several times, but we don't know Anything about motive, any other particular circumstances? This is an area that generates a lot of foot in vehicular traffic. Police are asking businesses for surveillance footage. Even if it doesn't capture the crime in progress. It may capture our victim coming or going May capture a suspicious vehicle coming, you're going potential gunman coming and going on foot in Chantilly, Neil Organ, Steen Wtl P News..
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Of Vaccination P ece from Singapore, which we Michael has procured the entire radio. Something something enough? Get suspected, Uncle Bob and me, Robbie. Everybody is timeto affectionate. No time to waste. But he Oh, come from, say, yeah. Rosie, come on. Befriending affection is not short of the base over tonight. So let me know what you want me. Oh, we'll have to Well to get back to this later. I love that. Oh, why just stop it! That's good stuff. So I'm trying to remember what it doesn't really make up or there was a fantastic book. I read it like I think it's just called the ninth. A book about the Beethoven's ninth sympathy That's just just focused on that one thing and how I wrote it now is receiving everything. It's absolutely fantastic anyway. Maybe I'll try to figure that out. We have the rest of the singing more. Singapore Singapore vaccination from club That's the one if you like that yesterday. I'm stupid. I'm Jack Armstrong. He's Joe Getty on this Friday, May 7th the year 2021 where I'm strong and getting we approve of this program. All right, then let's begin officially. Now, according to FCC rules and regulations, hat mark, I think we should start lifting these restrictions as aggressively as we put them in. We need to preserve the credibility of public health officials. Wow. I recognize the voice of Scott got like we need to Remove these restrictions as fast as we put them in. That is not what's happening. That is not at all what's happening. Speaking of things we predicted over and over again, and you're right. The government loses credibility. Absolutely right. When it's clear. It's that article were talking about yesterday why the left won't let go of the pandemic or whatever it was from the Atlantic. It Z making everybody cynical about everything the government tells us when you get when you're looking around and seeing nonsense. And everybody gets vaccinated by July, 4th. I was just said a little league baseball game packed full of people everywhere. Kids, parents, old people, young people, everybody, no masks anywhere. What do you think about The New York Times is publishing stories about this mother of three is afraid to have teen or backyard with a fellow fully vaccinated person, even though they both had it and they're both vaccinated and Baba. And and they don't portrayed as a crazy person or a person who's motivated by some odd political tribal leaning. They just reported as some people are concerned. Yeah, crazy people are. Yeah, I came across some statistics system trying to verify It seems to be true that the most vaccinated town in my local area right now is also the most shut downtown in the local area Interested is not surprising. Um, how's mail back? Look. Oh, it's excellent. And we have cows. Well, clips of the week to come in moments. Oh, cool on the way state. Armstrong and Getty. You've heard us talk about simply Safety Award winning home security system engineered with the latest technology to help keep your family safe. But what really sets simply say for partisans, people, highly trained security experts who are always there for you when you need them most, and they truly care about keeping you safe. Yeah, For instance, when the alarm goes off a person who cares? Is there for you with a phone call to make sure you're okay. When an emergency happens, a person who cares is there for you by getting fire and police responders to your front door right away. Even if you're just having a problem setting up your system, a person who cares? Is there for you with a friendly chat in the quick resolution?.
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Look at what's happening from the Fox News rundown. Good morning. It's Friday, May 7th and this is the Fox News Run down. I'm Paul Stevens President Biden in Louisiana on Thursday, Looking to rally more support for his infrastructure Ville and the so called American Families plan. The White House says the American families plan will spend $1.8 trillion over a decade. And be fully paid for within 15 years. However, the new pen warden budget model said something different that projects the cost would actually be about $2.5 Trillion. The tax foundation has also weighed in with its model on what the tax overhaul could potentially meet. And here's what that model projects that GDP would decline by 0.4% over a decade and so to what wages. They also model that 64,000 jobs would be lost, and that the plan would not be fully paid for rather cost in the area of $337 billion, though the tax foundation also Notes that their model doesn't include potential gains from Iris Enforcement, which the president is calling for as well. Fox is Blake Burman. Meantime, vice president Kamila Harris, speaking with the president of Guatemala, and will speak Friday with the president of Mexico. All this is part of her effort to address the root causes of migration. More from Fox is Jessica Rosenthal, despite Republican insistence that she visit the border to see the influx of Central Americans firsthand. Vice president Kamila Harris has instead focused on virtual meetings with leaders south of the border, and today she's scheduled to speak with Mexico's president, Andres Manuel Lopez over door Lopez over door has said the expected focus will be on migration ahead of the meeting. He said that in a competitive world where Asia is growing, one needs to seek integration with each country in North America, contributing what it can Whether that's technology investment or a workforce. Harris has plans to meet with the president of Mexico and Guatemala in person next month. It has not been clear of Harris plans to speak to the president of El Salvador or Honduras. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News House Republicans appear increasingly likely to boot Congresswoman Liz Cheney from her leadership role. Details from Fox is Jared Halpern. House Republicans will meet next week and for the second time since February are expected to vote on whether Wyoming Republican Liz Cheney should keep her position is the conference chair, the number three leadership post. There is a large number of members who just said, You know, they gave a second chance and they feel like they got burned. Steve Scalise, the GOP whip, second and leadership is endorsing a change. He supports New York Republican Elise Stefanik for the job. Former president. Trump also endorsed the Phonic Cheney, his drunk IRA Republicans for vocally warning about the dangers of Trump's continued refusal to accept the 2020 election results shared how burner Fox News Republicans are expected to press Biden White House climate envoy John Kerry on his dealings with Iran's foreign minister during a hearing before the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Next Wednesday. The reports claim that Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said that Kerry revealed to him that Israel had attacked hundreds of targets in Syria. Kari maintains he never discussed those strikes with Shareef State Department officials point out these attacks were well known, and even the Israeli government publicly acknowledged them. Other Republicans have requested investigations, including those on the House Oversight Committee. I want to review of Carrie security clearance and all documents related to his access to classified information. Senator Grassley is also requesting.
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on Z104
"Is Friday May 7th Good Morning Ashley. Line Born and shag Partly cloudy afternoon showers 67 for a high today and we're in the chili right now. Well, tanned outside. Maybe not. City is not the day to try your little tainting experience Not coming up this morning. By the way, Mother's Day on Sunday. Don't forget about Mom. Okay? I only reminded of that. Cause there are phone scam is a mom that we phones game this week coming up will do that. Plus, in 20 minutes to Daisy on the Z. We have another old man celebrity flirting with a young girl on a dating app. Also, we're getting closer to reopening everything. Getting back to normal, as they say, might be sooner than we think. The governor made an announcement yesterday that we'll talk about and we're going to discuss if there will ever be an occasion. Once this whole thing is over that you will still feel like I'm going to wear a mask or you done done done forever ever, ever. With it. There are a couple series all throughout at you. You tell me if it's yes or no, right s. We'll get to that. And a big, surprising thing You never knew about one of your favorite TV shows. In a moment that everybody I believe everybody has seen on this show that's coming up in 20 as well. But first phone scam times Mother's Day weekends. Of course we phone scam the mom. Yeah, this we got an email from now This is Donna that we phones came to her son and daughter. Teamed up for this one scam. It asked us to call her. So I guess Donna's neighbors just got a Jack Russell terrier, which, by the way, are loud world's smartest dog. Incredibly trainable, but They're hyperactive and their loud all day long. So when they asked Donna, what do you want for Mother's Day this year, she jokingly said. I want somebody to come over and kill that damn dog. That's what she said as a joke. We took it seriously to.
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"If your family's next until two years later and arrest would send shock waves throughout the tight knit community. Yesterday. Investors in Ri a provides up to 18 to 21% returns on their class A real estate portfolio go to an R I A dot net for more Friday May 7th 2021 I'm Jessica Rosenthal, Republican Slam President Biden's plans to tax and spend, But the president says the GOP doesn't even know what it stands for. They're not talking about Who's going home, You know, be running the party. They're not talking about who's gonna be the president in 24 they're talking about how do we improve this country? And how do we stop the radical left Biden agenda. We speak with Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott on Lisa Brady. Are they stopping violence or just stifling speech? The big tech debate heats up again. As a trump fan continues. There's no question that that is mobilizing opposition. On the right to these platforms and the argument that they're censoring conservative before we speak with Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace on I'm Tom Shillue. I've got the final word on the Fox news run down. While many Republicans are focused on limiting the amount of spending President Biden wants to do. The president is accusing Republicans of not having their act together. It seems as though the Republican Party just trying to identify what it stands for. And they're in the midst of Significant sort of many revolutions going on the Republican Party. There is some infighting. House GOP CONFERENCE chair Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney may lose her position. She's facing a lot of criticism over her remarks about former President Trump. Writing recently that the GOP is at a turning point, accusing many Republicans of following him with blind loyalty, not taking the capital riots seriously enough and supporting the former president's claims about election fraud. South Carolina Republican Congresswoman Nancy Mace was asked about the infighting on America's newsroom. The American experiment is all about a debate of ideas. We should be able to disagree and not be attacked over. But in order for us to win back the house in two years, we must have a unified front, both our leadership and our conference as a whole. I sit in the swing district. I would like to keep that district and go out and get a few more so we get the majority back so we can make changes for the better. Better prosperity. Better freedom in this country. Right now we've got to be unified, and that's my greatest frustration With all of it. The former president himself weighed in on his own platform urging Republican leadership to push Cheney out. So is the GOP going through a mini revolution? Or is this normal post election loss? Introspection? You know, Jessica, if you get out outside of D C You don't hear any of this Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott, where they're focused on his jobs, Better education, public safety. Um, and whether they're furious about is abiding agenda. They don't want to secure border. They're frustrated boys down the borders could create a crisis. They want their schools open. They don't want men played in women's sports. They don't want to shut down the keystone Pipeline. Anyone shut down fossil fuels they wanted don't want become energy independent. They're frustrated with all of Biden's proposal's basically drat, it radically change this country which nobody voted for that. All these things they're doing. So now you get you get outside DC people in bed, having any earthly idea what you would be talking about it because they're served so focused on their own personalized How to improve their families. That said this conversation about the GOP is happening. As you know, article after article really gets printed about this division among Republicans, namely the idea that Congresswoman Liz Cheney might lose her position is conference chair in the House. Over her comments about President Trump in January. 6th. My question for you is how big of a risk is it for Republicans ahead of 2022 to say that they're conservative but not necessarily a fan of President Trump's Just talk to people all day all over, you know, providing affordable all over the country. This is not even a conversation there thinking about their own families. They're saying, what can we do to get this economy going? What can we do to make sure we have options for schools? What point do to make sure we have a safe community. That's what they're talking. That's what they're talking about. They're not talking about who's gonna Who's good on, you know, be running the party. They're not talking about. Who's gonna be the President 24 they're talking about How do we improve this country? And how do we stop the radical left fighting agenda? That's what they're talking about. They're not talking about anything's happening. D c On that note President Biden when he talks about his plans, TOC spend trillions of dollars with what he calls the American Jobs Act. The American families plan. When he talks about it, he says this spending is necessary in large part to compete with other countries, namely China that you know autocracies could just spend and decide and they don't have to reach a consensus to do so. I assume you assume you don't disagree with that reasoning, but But you do disagree with that spending is the way to compete. Look. Hey, just just got a group of American dream. The American dream is you start with nothing like I didn't live in public housing. Not even know my dad and you get to go build something. You don't build something through government doing things. You don't do something through government handouts. You do something because you come up with a great idea. And you figure out how to build a company. That's that's the dream of this country. It's not government spending the the If you look at what the Biden Biden doing right now he's bankrupt in this country were $28 trillion with them. With the last bill they passed, which had very little to do with covert. They called it a covert bill. They'll take us to $30 Trillion with the dead. The next two bills their so called infrastructure bill has, like 6% for roads, bridges, airports and seaports..
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's from getting the shots. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Noel King. We examine which parents are hesitant and wide on StoryCorps, a foster mom and her foster daughter. Talk about how they met in Colombia protest against the government's attempt to reform the tax system are widening. Colombians are demanding something be done to address poverty and inequality. It is Friday, May 7th the Colombian singer J. Baldwin is 36. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. Voting rights groups have filed a pair of lawsuits challenging Florida's new election law. NPR's Greg Allen reports. The organization's claimed the legislation will result in illegal discrimination against voters of color. Republican lawmakers in Florida toned down there bill when they saw the backlash that emerged after Georgia adopted new voting restrictions. Most significantly, Florida's law makes changes to voting by mail. Voters will need to provide a valid I D or so security number to get a male ballad drop boxes will only be available at early voting sites during working hours. State Senator Chevron, Jones says those and other provisions target minority voters. Let's be clear. This is Jim Crow two point Oh, Oh, and I made it clear that we've seen this before. We've seen it across this country in the South Jones's Republicans are trying to rein in mail voting after an election in Florida, in which Democrats cast nearly 700,000 more mail ballots than the GOP. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami, The Republican led Legislature in Texas is pushing ahead with a bill that would impose a syriza of new restrictions on voting. The measure would bar election officials from sending voters unsolicited mail in ballot applications and give partisan poll watchers more access to voting sites. The legislation is pending approval and both the state House and Senate the Federal Election Commission has voted to drop an investigation into whether former President Donald Trump broke the law when his attorney made hush money payments to an adult film star ahead of the 2016 election. MPR's Amy held reports. The decision was made over the winter but was just announced this week. At issue $130,000. Trump's former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, paid to stormy Daniels. Two weeks before the election. Cohen pleaded guilty to breaking campaign finance laws and went to prison. He says he was acting at the direction of the former president. Trump says it was a private transaction. The to FCC Democrats who voted to pursue the probe into Trump say it defies reality to argue the money was not campaign related. The two Republican commissioners who voted to drop the case say it was statute of limitations in peril. Cohen had already been punished for it, and it was not a good use of agency resource is Statement. Cohen says Trump should have been found guilty like him. Amy held. NPR News. India continues to report record numbers of new Corona virus infections such meet a contact reports the country has confirmed more than 415,000 cases within the past 24 hours. Public health experts say the official caseload and death toll Are both West under guns. Hospitals are severely overloaded, and many Indians are dying without getting kid. The virus is also surging in neighboring the ball, which has an even more fragile health care system than India. Such made a product reporting. This is NPR. The latest jobs report is due out this morning. The U. S. Labor Department will release employment numbers for the month of April. Economists are predicting a month of robust hiring, The nation's unemployment rate is expected to dip below 6%. States in the Western U. S. Are bracing for what's expected to be another intense season of wildfires as NPR's Erik Wester about reports a worsening drought in California, has officials worried. After anemic winter rain and snowfall, reservoirs and river flows are down significantly in California as the state experiences its driest water year in more than four decades. This year looks like another year that has some really ugly potential. U C L A climate scientist Daniel Swain says wildfire fuels in some parts of the West are at or near record levels of dryness. And forecasters expect warmer than normal temperatures again this summer. Of all the aspects that air predictable about fire season in the West. They all look pretty ominous for 2021. That's the result of drier, hotter weather due to a warming climate combined with a century plus of.
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Responsible. Prime Minister Narendra Modi faces the anger of a nation in this hour of morning edition from NPR news. One Spinsters vaccine is approved for Children aged 12 to 15. How many parents will keep their kids from getting the shots? I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Noel King. We examine which parents are hesitant. And why on StoryCorps, a foster mom and her foster daughter talk about how they met in Colombia. Protest against the government's attempt to reform the tax system are widening. Colombians are demanding something be done to address poverty and inequality. It is Friday, May 7th, the Colombian singer J. Baldwin is 36. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm winter Johnston voting rights groups have filed a pair of lawsuits challenging Florida's new election law. NPR's Greg Allen reports. The organization's claimed the legislation will result in illegal discrimination against voters of color. Republican lawmakers in Florida toned down there bill when they saw the backlash that emerged after Georgia adopted new voting restrictions. Most significantly, Florida's law makes changes to voting by mail. Voters will need to provide a valid I D or so security number to get a male ballad drop boxes will only be available at early voting sites during working hours. State Senator Shepherd Jones says those and other provisions target minority voters. Let's be clear. This is Jim Crow to point and I made it clear that we've seen this before. We've seen it across this country in the South. Jones says Republicans are trying to rein in mail voting after an election in Florida, in which Democrats cast nearly 700,000 more mail ballots than the GOP Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami The Republican led legislature in Texas is pushing ahead with a bill that would impose a series of new restrictions on voting. The measure would bar election officials from sending voters unsolicited mail in ballot applications and give partisan poll watchers more access to voting cites. The legislation is pending approval and both the state House and Senate the Federal Election Commission has voted to drop an investigation into whether former President Donald Trump broke the law when his attorney made hush money payments to an adult film star ahead of the 2016 election. MPR's Amy held reports. The decision was made over the winter but was just announced this week. At issue $130,000. Trump's former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, paid to stormy Daniels. Two weeks before the election. Cohen pleaded guilty to breaking campaign finance laws and went to prison. He says he was acting at the direction of the former president. Trump says it was a private transaction. The two F E C. Democrats who voted to pursue the probe into Trump say it defies reality to argue the money was not campaign related. The two Republican commissioners who voted to drop the case say it was statute of limitations in peril. Cohen had already been punished for it, and it was not a good use of agency resource is Statement. Cohen says Trump should have been found guilty like him. Amy held. NPR News. India continues to report record numbers of new Corona virus infections Such meet a contact reports. The country has confirmed more than 415,000 cases within the past 24 hours. Public health experts say the official caseload and death toll are both West under guns. Hospitals are severely overloaded, and many Indians are dying without getting care. The virus is also surging in neighboring Nippon, which has an even more fragile health care system than India. Such meat apart a Crip porting, This is NPR. 45 degrees. Partly cloudy skies 704 I'm Lisa Lobbies With WB easy news. Reports of anti Asian harassment and violence during the pandemic have been spiking in recent months. The national group called Stop A P I Hate says the number of total cases have jumped from about 2 66 100. Report says Illinois has the fifth highest number of incidents in the U. S cat. Shea is the anti hate training coordinator at Asian Americans advancing Justice Chicago and says here in the Chicago area, there's been a lot of interest in her anti harassment seminars recently from schools. I am assuming that there are something that is directly needed to be addressed within the school culture. In the school community, just general anti even sentiment. She also says she hears about more cases in the Chicago suburbs, then in the city. The autopsy of 13 year old Adam Toledo shows he was killed by a single bullet that entered the left side of his chest. The sometimes report Chicago police officers, paramedics and a county investigator initially believed and of Toledo was 21 years old. The seventh grader was shot and killed in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood on March 29th. Latino Community leaders have called for a moratorium on police foot pursuits and have called for an investigation into the shooting. By the U. S. Department of Justice Governor J. B. Pritzker says Illinois is on track to fully reopened its economy next month. The first step would happen a week from today. On Friday, more May 14th with expanded capacity at restaurants, offices and social events. Meantime, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot wants to fully reopen public schools this fall, and she expects to reach a new reopening deal with the Chicago Teachers Union. Well before then WB Easy's Adriana Cardona McGee got reports at a virtual town hall last night Light, Wood said Reaching an early deal with the union means parents can plan ahead. It's not anyone's benefit. Were these discussions to be filled with a lot of noise accusations? I want a professional and productive process. Three opening negotiations with a protracted this spring after the union strongly opposed CPS is early reopening plants, calling them and safe. They're in the town hold, CPS officials said this summer, schools will offer in person and Richmond programs an academic support to more than 90,000 students. Adrianna Cardamom A Giga. WB is seniors. Let's see a few Sprinkles this morning that partly sunny and high of 59 today right now, 45 on the syllabus, WB easy news. Traffic is slow on the west End of the inbound Kennedy and again into downtown. The Ike You're slow into a park Stevenson has delays at Central to Kensi and at the Ryan the Dan Ryan slow at the start and from 35th instead into downtown north on Lake Shore..
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"802 831 on 1.54 30 time for the news. The latest New Jersey news from N. J Wanna 15 dot com You might have heard Governor Murphy say the other day. He never exactly issued an outdoor mass mandate in New Jersey. It was only if you couldn't socially distance. But now, with the CDC, saying for most outdoor activities, those who have been fully vaccinated against covert 19 no longer have to mask up Murphy, not giving any indication Jersey will change its policies. Just yet, and update to a story we brought you a few weeks ago, which is an update. 45 years in the making, a retired school bus driver must now stand trial and cold case killing of a pregnant Jersey city Teenagers 63 year old Louise Sierra of Ozone Park, New York, now charged with homicide in the 1976 death of 15 year old Evelyn Cologne. Sierra's attorneys call the charge. Huge reach. Watch the tram car, please. That famous saying we'll be sounding on the Wildwoods boardwalk starting Friday, May 7th a sign of summer at the Jersey Shore for the past 72 years. Patrick Ross Anello, executive director of the Wild Woods Boardwalks, Special Improvement, District, says It is $4 each way, which is about a half an hour ride in each direction. We do have an APP called the Wild Woods tram car app where you can download that and by multiple tickets and get significant discounts, he says. The train cars are the best way to travel from end to end of the two mile Wildwoods boardwalk and experience all sites along the way. Patchwork Elaborate New Jersey One of 1.5 is your covert 19 Vaccination Information station, Go to n j 115 dot com slash coronavirus to find out how you can make an appointment and for a list of vaccination sites in your area on Lian NJ, wanna 15 dot com slash coronavirus. If it's.
"friday, may 7th" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Here. And it's real easy Couple ways You can do it. Go to w TMZ dot com. Just click on the little Service banner or touch the words service s e r V i c e to the acronym Organs. Talking text landed 85561616 20 Deadline for submission is not this Friday. Next Friday, May 7th and this is all part of as I said Waterstone banks with service on WTMJ. It starts, which is telling me who the person is. Where they work and a little blurb paragraph or two. Maybe just telling this story why you're nominating them. We do all the rest. Jordan Chase's down the nominee nominees and we put together a piece. Jordan does a lot of the heavy lifting on that interview them. And at the end of the day, we have to get five honorees that deserve the recognition that all first responders dirt deserve that kind of represent the groups. And it's just our way of saying Thank you to the men and women who serve as first responders. So help me out Text words service. Could be a local cop in your city. Could be a firefighter. MTV came your house for an emergency. Whatever it is, tell us the story. Nominate somebody for salute to service and again thanks to our Great partners, Waterstone Bank, IndyCar Rev. Group Grand Prix at Road America and Heizer Automotive. They allow us to do this. We're fortunate. Last year we award of the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Award Force for Community Service. I am. I'm proud of that of that award. And, uh, I'm looking forward to telling those stories this year, So help us out, said those nominations after the break. I'm gonna talk about Real life concern in law enforcement. This story comes from the Philadelphia Inquirer. And it's part of the national debate over use of force. Policing community police relations and how we get enough people that want to do those jobs direct response of a national story. To a critical shortage. Now among police officers in this country, I'll tell you that story after the break right here in Wtmj. The more the Steve Skip Edie Show next on WTMJ. Honoring those who protect our families.