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"future council" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:58 min | 9 months ago

"future council" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Rick Francis our top story state senator Steve Hobbs has been sworn in as Washington's new Secretary of State Hobbs takes over for Kim Wyman who is leaving for a job with the Biden administration The Lake Stevens Democrat was appointed to the position by governor inslee in large part due to his military background and experience in information security Last thing we need is to have our democracy eroded By people believing that our election system is not secure when it is secure Steve Hobbs will serve until a special election is held next fall to fill out the remainder of Wyman's term Jeff pagella come on use The new 2022 budget calls for the city of Seattle to spend $7 billion on everything from economic recovery to transportation become as Ryan Harris tells us one council member took a parting shot over police spending outgoing council president Lorena Gonzalez tried but failed to shave more than $17 million from the SPD budget for 101 officer position she says the department won't fill next year and Gonzalez says that amendment would have made the SPD budget more transparent than accountable The future council will continue to struggle with holding the police department accountable to spending within its limits in large part because the failure of my aggregation amendment means the future mayor and permanent chief will have the budget by which to hoard nearly $20 million worth of general fund dollars during a historic global pandemic A statement from the downtown Seattle association says the council virtually ignored what it says was a clear message from voters by not coming up with a real strategy to address homelessness and improve public safety Ryan Harris come on is Amazon will pay the state of Washington more than $2 million after being accused of improperly selling highly regulated pesticides online State attorney general bob Ferguson says the law in Washington is very clear These chemicals are regulated for a reason pesticides are dangerous for human health and they are dangerous for environment And that's why they are so strictly regulated So it's frankly deeply concerning that a company is large and sophisticated Amazon was failing to meet the most basic safeguards for selling those products Ferguson says Amazon was selling the pesticides without proper licenses and was not collecting required information still ahead A ten year old missing woman cold case gets another look I'm Kelly Blair the latest on the Laurel Sinclair case ahead First though a check on our como traffic would do that for you every ten minutes on the forest from the deuben law group traffic center here against Kimi Kline We'll keep an eye out for a crash reported he's found 5 two senior echo Lake road I can't get a camera shot of him but it's keeping it busy out of Maul B we do have a crash in Everett north on 5 just north of the Boeing freeway see a medic still with it blocking the carpool lane So a very short backup there and we had a crash in the north on 5 express lanes just before northgate but everyone is on the right shoulder of that Either way it's keeping it busy into and out of Seattle both directions of I 5 In fact sell 5 at northeast 45th an accident blocks the left lane so you're heavy from Lake city way all the way to the west Seattle bridge And if you're headed to the south end we're seeing delays south and I fly from inner urban avenue up the south center hill and then heavy again from highway 18 throughout 5 you could still see Pacific highway eastern 5 shut down between the portage coma road and Milwaukee for an accident investigation and volumes on one 6 7 are mostly heavy now south of highway 18 in a pulp with some lingering delays on southbound 5 around JBL Lim but that's actually starting to improve Your next gomo traffic is 6 14 Here's the weather outlook from Shannon O'Donnell Why everybody Monday night here in the great Pacific Northwest it's damp it's cool it's a little breezy it's the way November's supposed to be here as we head into the late part of the month and Thanksgiving is waiting just around the corner Tomorrow a little bit brighter out there from time to time with fewer showers more sun breaks in between them but still damp at times Wednesday does look mainly dry and that's a good day for travel before Thanksgiving The holiday itself is looking damp and gusty as thanksgivings usually do around here In the coming four weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell It's cloudy and 46 in downtown Seattle and that.

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"future council" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:58 min | 11 months ago

"future council" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"FM W m A L A Cumulus station news now. W M A L news at 11. Good morning, everyone I'm John Matthews. The search continues for a Florida man after the body believed to be that of his missing fiance turned up in Wyoming and exhaustive search of a 25,000 acre nature preserve has produced no signs of Brian Laundry. Brian's parents told police they believe their son was there when they reported him missing from their nearby home Friday. Until then, the laundries had refused to speak with authorities investigating the disappearance of Brian's fiance, Gabby Petito. On Sunday, a search team in Wyoming discovered a body matching Gabby's description near Grand Teton National Park. An autopsy is scheduled Tuesday. Johnson Siri Fox News Covid Vaccine for Kids be ready to go soon fighters asking the government to approve a regimen for 5 to 11 year old Children. Kids will still get their shots three weeks apart. The main difference is the size of the dose. The actual amount in the vial is only one third. Despite the quantity results show that kids ages 5 to 11 developed the same. Antibody levels as teenagers and adults to fight against Covid 19. Now this does not mean that it is clear for use fighter plans to hand over all of this information to the European Medicines Agency and the FDA as soon as possible for further review. Fox News Alex Hogan, the mayor of Fairfax City, is ordered an end to invocations that all future council meeting Council members saying he, who offered the final prayer, says he was disappointed by Mayor David Myers. Order. It doesn't have To be a Christian prayer. It can be any type of prayer or a moment of silence. And it just reminds us that there is a higher authority than Government Council member, Ye tells O'Connor and company community in the heart Before you start these meetings, and especially as politicians, VCs, I think politicians seem to think a little too highly of themselves. Requests for comment from Mayor Meyer were unanswered. Barbara Brit W M A. L and W m a l dot com Democrat wants to put President Biden's $3.5 Trillion spending plan on hold. Senator Joe Manchin is privately discussing waiting until 2022 to negotiate the by Egypt reconciliation package, according to access Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee can't confirm the report but echoed some of mentions public comments on the Fox business network. You're overheating the economy and you're forcing this money out, and the federal government is a supplanting the private sector. The package includes social programs and climate initiatives. Rachel Sutherland Foxes, cashless tolls in Maryland have allowed drivers to travel faster and easier, but it appears to have come at a price. Marilyn legislative auditors found that Villages and the cashless tolling infrastructure. Overbilled drivers by thousands of dollars. The Office of Legislative Audits reports as the problems include electronic tolls, incorrectly counting vehicle axles and overcharging..

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"future council" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"future council" Discussed on KOMO

"Some cases Assaulting and have assaulted our signature gatherers. There's just no place for that in politics. Police are investigating for cases of assault supporters say there have been others not reported to police. It's an example of the polarization the Charter amendment is generating Which will dictate how future councils and the mayor must spend money on homelessness, including 2000 units of housing the first year, But it also includes camp Remove ALS. You want more housing? Um, of any kind, really. But it cannot be used. It cannot be used in exchange for, uh, inhumane practices like sweets being built into our city's charter. By going the Charter Amendment route, supporters are essentially putting the spending requirements into the city's backbone. That can only be undone by a vote of the people and not changeable by a mayor or city Council. It's time for voters to have their say, and that's what they said today by signing petitions and more than 60,000 being turned in. But opponents are organizing a signature withdrawal campaign of their own through their website, claiming deception by compassion. Seattle's paid signature gatherers and when they find out what it actually is there said a lot of the time they want to remove their signature. They feel frustrated that they were, um yeah, deceived by these paintings to gatherers, King County elections must verify those signatures. And the ballot measure may prove to be a litmus test in the race for mayor as well as the two city council seats that are open and where people scan on the issue of homelessness reporting in Seattle, Matt Markovich components News time. 6 14. Let's check your drive from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Kierra. Jordan still working with a blocking problem in to Aquila. This is an aid response that is blocking our ramp from state route. 5 99 2 Tequilas International Boulevard so unable to get through there, we were working with the closure of Everett Mall Way between 3rd and 4th. With a crash investigation. It looks like that roadways now been reopened. Also a stall as you're approaching that shoreline area from 145. To North 95. It looks like that has been moved out of your way as well. Still seeing really nice light volumes. Just brief hesitation on North 25 is you're approaching the convention center. Same story goes for north beyond four or five around Sunset north about 167 with the miners slow down as you're approaching 24th.

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"future council" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"future council" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Southern California's undisputed this talk leader. Okay, ABC, just Orange County, a cumulus station, get kitted. Right. Okay. ABC News that poor clock. I'm Kevin Trapp. San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria is asking the Department of Homeland Security toe lift the border travel ban. Here's Jack Cronin. The mayor's office says he met virtually with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro My or Kiss, with the mayor, asking to remove the restrictions on non essential travel, saying they've heard the San Diego economy. Mayor's office Ng the secretary did not commit to extending all removing the restrictions, which had been in place for 14 months, but stress continued cooperation to safely reopen the border in a timely fashion. The mayor also invited the secretary to visit the Sandy Sea drill port of Entry, the busiest land border crossing in the Western Hemisphere. L. A County will wait until tomorrow to loosen business restrictions in accordance with its move into the least restrictive yellow tier of California's guidelines. However, Pasadena a long Beach eased many guidelines today, including the reopening of indoor bars, Orange County reported. Just 47 you covet 19 cases and one additional death today, as hospitalization rates continue a downward trend, The OC remained in the orange tear likely for another two weeks. Another City council meeting and another vote of no confidence in Los Angeles County D. A George fiascos, controversial new directives. The city of Cavenagh joined six other cities for now, Beverly Hills, La Morada, Wittier Lancaster, PICO Rivera and Santa Clarita and passing a resolution vote of no confidence in gas scones. New directives. Meantime, the city of Arcadia also voted last night to consider a no confidence vote in gas cones. Directives at a future council meeting. Sharon reared in K ABC News, All of the roughly 100,000 people employed by Los Angeles County may be receiving training on how to intervene when they see a hate crime happening. The county Board of Supervisors has voted to consider launching the massive training effort. It comes in the wake of the recent violence and hate against the Asian American Community Supervisors Hilda Solis and Katherine Barker, who proposed the idea save bystanders have not intervened in most of the recent assault and need training to feel comfortable getting involved. Two supervisors were also asking the board to declare May Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage.

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"future council" Discussed on Not Another Horror Podcast

Not Another Horror Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"future council" Discussed on Not Another Horror Podcast

"By eighteen eighty five a distaste for freak show said developed in britain and america's managers decided to try to move the elephant men exhibit to belgium. The show met with only mediocre success. However merrick's manager there eventually robbed him of his life savings and abandoned him after finding passage on ship. Back to england in june of eighteen eighty. Six merrick was mobbed by a crowd at liverpool street station in london and taken into custody by the police unable to understand mary. They eventually found. Frederick travis business card on him and took him to the london hospital chavez examined merrick pool and found. His condition has clearly deteriorated in the previous two years. By this time. Eric was extensively disfigured with bony protrusion soft tissue swelling covering much of his body he also experienced physical and psychological pain to void the stairs and attention of others. He covid himself in a cave in ville ventured outside distress by the reaction of others to his body. Merrick often quoted a poem by the him writer. Isaac watts tis true. My form is something odd but blaming me his plumbing however. The house put considered incapable of caring for incurable. Such as him and seeing the america will be forced to fend for himself yet again. When the chairman of the london hospital car rome was able to find out of the hospital to care for america. He decided to publish a letter in the times. Scrubby mary's case and asking for help grooms letter resulted in sympathetic public. Outpouring and enough financial donations to provide merrick with a home for the rest of his life and in eighteen eighty seven. Several rooms in london hospital were converted to living quarters for him. A lot of people recognized mary and this resulted in his being. Aided by members of the british upper class most notably the actress mae kindle and alexandra the princess of wales future council. mary's live depict him and kindle interacting in person. Having a deep report does believed that this was probably never the case. Doctors husband however did visit. Mary gua kindle herself help. Raise money for america's care sent him. Several gifts merrick always wanted to go to the theater and he got to do that on at least one occasion. It may trips to the countryside several times over the next few years. When he was at home he spent his time conversing. With trevor's one of the few people who could understand him are writing prose and poetry with the help of nursing staff. He also built an elaborate cardboard cathedral which he sent to mash kindle and which would later be exhibited at the hospital despite mayors newfound support structure his condition however continued to worsen during his time at the london hospital on april eleventh. Eighteen ninety. Joseph merrick would die due to the size of his head he had for his whole life slept sitting up with his head risk against his knees. The official cause of death was as fixation due to his head crushing his windpipe. Although travis who dissected. The body said that america had died of a dislocated neck. He believed that merrick who had to sleep sitting up because of the weight of his head had been attempting to sleep lying down to be like other people summarized that he died from it. Crushed or severed spinal cord after his head fell back due to positioning on the bed. Travis arranged for casts be made america. Spotty he also took skin samples and probably the bleaching amounting of skeleton. Merrick is now thought so suffered from protests syndrome. His life has been the subject of numerous plays films and books which focus on his intelligence and sensitivity as a message of tolerance. Michael jackson would even try to buy his skeleton offering five hundred thousand and when they declined he has it to one million but it was a no-go no one knows if his body will ever know peace but his skeleton is still being house for medical studies or that wraps up our journey into the cabinet of curiosities for now next week we are headed to memphis tennessee. As always as you like to show you can rate us on apple. Podcasts or padre sir. Stay safe stay sane and please don't keep any half dead chickens..

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"future council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"future council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Is 702. Good morning on Mark Caesar. This update is brought to you by discount Electronics. Six, Boston City Council District incumbent Jimmy Flanagan did a District six is out. He was defeated by conservative candidate Mackenzie Kelly and the runoff election, Flanagan says. It's a bitter pill to swallow, but it doesn't mean that any of this work ends. And I am excited for the rest of my colleagues who I know will continue this work and the future Council member I hope does her best. Kelly got 52% of the vote in District 10 incumbent Alison Altar was the winner. She defeated Jennifer Verden Alter got 51% of the vote and says her victory was a victory against the politics of fear. Teachers will be included in the second round of vaccinations. But some groups like the Association of Texas Professional Educators want teachers to get the vaccine sooner. Mark Wiggins is their spokesman, except the vaccine is a critical step in allowing schools to resume those normal operations. Then he says, that would help the overall economy. Texas A and M is investigating a large case of cheating in an online finance class, The Texas Tribune reports. Faculty noticed students were answering questions too quickly. University officials are asking students to come forward and admit their guilt. Those who do not could face suspension or expulsion. Texas has $2 billion from the federal government that it needs to spend in two weeks or has to return it to the federal government. The money is part of the $8 billion the state received for pandemic relief Governor Greg Abbott will make the decision on what to do with that $2 billion. 704 now a tail BJ. Here's Austin's on time traffic with Melinda Brandt. We're seeing some brake lights on 35 south, found in between 51st Street and MLK and 35 North found between slaughter and Stassen old torque to seventh Street, and there's a collusion over until 1, 30, South Bend and Cameron Road that is causing the slight back up. Your next report said 7 15. I'm Melinda Brilliant with Austin's on time traffic, honey son today, the high hand 56 from the weather Center. I'm Steve Williams. This segment brought to these Get Austin News on demand it NewsRadio, kale, BJ dot com. Welcome to the Todd and don show we're live, and we want you to join us at 51283605 90. Now here are Todd and done. Is it time to forget about Trump and start thinking about the G GOP Well. That is the message from Mitch McConnell, pleading with his fellow senators yesterday to not force a public vote on challenging Biden's electoral college victory because it would split the party and fail the electoral college. Has spoken. So today, I want to congratulate President elect Joe Biden. The president elect is no stranger to the Senate. He's devoted himself to public service for many years, said a majority leader, Mitch McConnell, urging his fellow Republicans not to challenge the electoral votes. When Congress moves to certify the election for a Joe Biden yesterday, electors met and all 50 states. So as of this morning, our country has officially President elect and the vice president there, Ugo and he also said he had some kind words for the VP. Beyond our differences, all Americans can take pride that our nation has a female vice president elect. For the very first time. Be honest with you. It kind of feels like the GOP is already turned its back on Donald Trump. Yeah, does already feels like they have. Yeah, and just a handful of that has been speaking out, so you know, but but, yeah, it feels like the GOP has already moved on. I mean, you know, we talked about a lot yesterday. A lot of people just don't feel that this is over and maybe in some respects, it's not. But I think there's also something healthy about eventually. We all have to move on whatever. It's gonna be Sure we've got the midterm Elections going to be very important man. Very important. Maybe more important than ever. This runoff race in the city and the state of George is incredibly important as well. Hey, you could jump in. We'd love to get your thoughts. Your reaction at 51283605 90 reading this morning that Texas A and M is investigating a large case of cheating on line. I guess an online finance classes. It's not a good place to begin your cheating career finance majors. If you start cheating in college on finances, then it makes it difficult for you to get a job in the finance community. When you graduate gonna look good on the resume their how good that Aggie ring looks. They're not gonna want to hire you. If you've got cheating in your background and your finance education is gonna be out there. While the Texas Tribune reports faculty notice, students were answering questions just too quickly. University officials there asking students to come forward and admit their guilt, those that do not face suspension and expulsion. Really? You think and him's gonna kick a bunch of students out because they cheated. Really? You think they're going to do that? And pick that scab and make it worse? Really? And do you think people are gonna come forward and say Yeah, I'm sorry. I cheated. Can I do that test again? Come forward or you're going to be suspended or expelled from campus. I'm sorry. I'm missing your point here. What? What? I just don't think they're gonna come forward. Picked the scab. What scabby? You talking just just a and M want to say that they kicked 200 kids off campus because they're cheaters. Do they really want to come out and say that? Well, it looks like it doesn't look good. Oh, no, It's not. Not probably not great for recruiting. Yeah, no, not probably not a great promotional tool one dishing it over now that more people are online education, working from home those kind of classes, you know, I mean, there's a possibility of this. I know, but the thing about that is now if you do pull a move like that, unfortunately, because of where we are digitally, that's always going to be out there. It's gonna be after you. There's no there's there's no hiding that it does tarnish chosen field is not gonna be welcoming it tarnishes, you know Adam's image letter. It does. Do you know what I'm saying? Yeah. I mean, yeah, that's that's not good. That'll haunt you, man. Well, it's just Yeah, it's well. It's another yet another example. How anything digitally, I's gonna be less secure. Here's another example of that There's rampant cheating going on. Well, there could be. I mean, these are individuals these you know these these people were probably cheating and skating through life and cutting corners to begin with right, well universities across Texas nation why they're seeing an increase in online cheating since the start of the pandemic of students. It'll take virtual courses and test remotely, you know, with less supervision. Yeah, already on unusual fall semester, wrapping up the Texas A and M University officials sent out an email in early December just a few days ago to hundreds of students in an online finance class that set off a panic factory reported concerns of cheating on a very large scale to the Aggie Honor System office and after they noticed some students in the class answered online test too quickly. Later, faculty discovered the entire exams posted on a homework help website that has become synonymous with cheaters. Well, maybe this is ah, good thing for the future.

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"future council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"future council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Week in Oceans mayor before this trip was announced, said it was too soon for either presidential nominee to visit. But Biden yesterday told reporters that he has spoken with the governor's office and other local officials in Wisconsin about his plans, and they encouraged him to make the trip box is Garrett Tenney in Kenosha Bite is also expected to meet with Blakes family. He's attacking the president's record on the economy and Corona virus in Pennsylvania, where President Trump holds an event tonight but something he said yesterday in North Carolina, repeating by tweet today. Is raising eyebrows your balance you get about sending, suggesting people who try to vote by mail could vote in person instead, if need be elections officials in North Carolina reminding people it's not legal to vote twice, urging them not to try to check the status of mail in ballots on election Day. America's listening to Bach. Steve's NewsRadio Kale, BJ on Patrick Osborne. This news brought by J Con Roofing. The Austin City Council today is voting on a series of grants for the Austin Police Department. One grant would see more than $150,000 help fund improvements to a body's air unit, which helps in search and rescue missions and is one of the on ly air assets in the region. Another worth 3 to $10,000 would fund rifle resistant body armor. For up to 400 officers. John Cooley. NewsRadio Kale B. J. E. Austin City Council also taking steps today to ensure that if voters do say yes in November to that $7.1 billion public transit overhaul that people living in certain parts of town won't be displaced. Mayor Steve Adler says there will be triggers to give community members of voice and future council meetings $300 associated with that for heavy displacement strategies. Make sure that impacted communities are participating in the identification of our If voters do say yes in November, funding of that overhaul would require a tax rate increase of nearly nine cents. Three p p E kids are being distributed across parts of Travis County, where Cove in 19 positivity rates of the highest Austin public Health director Stephanie Hayden says it's the perfect time because classes begin next week in the Austin school district because education is our priority. It is very important for us to do all we can as partners to protect our community. Kids will be made available for the next six weeks at all community care clinics, as well as several other distribution locations across Austin Del Valley and Pflueger Ville. And Williams, a county this week is a prudent extension of its opioid emergency response. Pilot program. Officials say the program has helped save numerous lives in central Texas, including two in just the past two weeks, Tens.

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"future council" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"future council" Discussed on KOMO

"Checks. Larson and El Benny will be in the House this weekend for a vote on a bill to fund and restore the USPS to service levels the same as they were at the beginning of this year. As for its chances in the Republican controlled Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says he doesn't share the president's concern and that the Postal Service will be just fine. In every Ryan Harris camo news calls to defund police now spreading outside Seattle City limits young activist in Can't protest Ng with four demands and into the lawsuit against the county inquest process. 50% cut to the Kent police budget investment in black engine indigenous and people of color communities and investment into students and youth programs that can police department says. It's working on new community focused programs, and the pandemic has forced the city to scrap plans to expand its police force by 30 officers. The head of King County's Office of Law Enforcement Oversight is one step closer to being out of a job. Council committee voted 72 to not reappoint director Deborah Jacobs after an investigation found that she engaged in discriminatory and inappropriate contact. The proposal came from council chair Claudia Balducci. By our vote. We have approved the recommended this position. The portions of it that are to go to the council will be on a future council agenda. Jacob's four year term expired in June. Most theaters are closed due to the pandemic. But some in Seattle are open as the latest places where you can donate blood. Vicki Fencing with Blood Work's Northwest says they have been able to make up for some of the lost donations with pop up donor centers at churches, stadiums and other venues..

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"future council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"future council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Former foster part part of he's pleading not guilty to charges that came from and indecency with a child and sexual assault claim Marcus read was indicted on two charges of indecency with a child in a charge of aggravated perjury the city of Georgetown is trying to recover from a near seven million dollar shortfall in the utility department and has now agreed to the termination of a one million dollar grant from the Bloomberg philanthropies councilmember Steve fought says if at a time later when when the dust settles and we're back in good shape with the Electric Company in a future council wants to go back to the Bloomberg people they have an option to do so the shortfall occurred when the city purchased an excess of solar energy but couldn't sell it for a high enough price as market rates dropped and US marshals have joined in the hunt for an Austin mother who gave birth under a false name and police believe tried hiding her newborn Alisa Phillips from CPS workers or family members your kill BJ radar weather watch low seventy six highway ninety seven it also the news on demand newsradio kale B. J. dot com call this is coast to coast AM with George Noory going to talk about the cheese in a moment on coast to coast reptilian play video and what does it all mean to us you get home you jump into bed and you want to wake up feeling great and you do with the sleep number bed in for proven quality.

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"future council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"future council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"News brought to you by Edwin financial engines domestic terrorism is the target of a new task force rolled out by governor Greg Abbott LBJ's Chris fox reports the goal is to combat hateful acts of extremism in the wake of the el Paso shooting the card don't happen in a vacuum there are always signs ten west is a senior security analyst with the global security intelligence firm strike for he believes the main goal of governor attitude task force is to be more proactive in stopping the nextel Paso by infiltrating local extremist groups so you're developing forces within the community is that help you kind of sucks out radical activity talking to people who can maybe tell you yeah you know so and so has been kind of getting weird lately west says he wouldn't be surprised to see more sting operations against suspected domestic threats at the capitol Chris fox news radio K. L. B. J. F. B. I. agents raided the offices of local real estate firm war class holdings cakes and says agents hit the company's C. E. O. Naples office on nine form of vodka and offices in the frost bank tower that used to house some world class holding office space until last may FBI agents would not say that the operation was about but they do say there is no threat to the public the city of Georgetown is trying to recover from a near seven million dollar shortfall in the utility department and has now agreed to the termination of a one million dollar grant from Bloomberg philanthropies that was awarded last year councilmember Steve boxes now just isn't the right time if at a time later when when the dust settles and we're back in good shape with the Electric Company in a future council wants to go back to the Bloomberg people may have an option to do so the shortfall occurred when the city purchased in excess of solar energy but couldn't sell it for a high enough price when market rates dropped in Travis county reps say a former Austin fire department arson investigators pleading not guilty to charges that came from an indecency with a child and sexual assault claim Marcus read was indicted on two charges with the city with a child in a charge of aggravated perjury your Kaylee Jayne news time is for for now for a look at Austin on time traffic.

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"future council" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"future council" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Detailed three experiments that roughly mapped out how this works one experiment had participants work with a partner on a task where they took turns describing photos there all paired with actors, although they didn't know that at the time and when the actor would smile or jiggle is foot or rub his face the partner tended to follow suit in exit interviews, though, most participants said they hadn't even noticed their partners mannerisms. So it seemed to be an unconscious tendency. In the second experiment, participants were paired with actors once again, but this time the actors either mimicked their partners behaviors or they adopted neutral, mannerisms, participants whose partners had mimicked them were significantly more likely to say they liked their partners and that the interaction had gone smoothly. And in the third experiment, researchers measured people's empathy. Using something called Davis interpersonal reactivity index which tests. How likely you are to spontaneously try on another person's perspective, basically, how empathetic you are. They found that the more empathetic someone was the more likely they were to mimic, their partners. Mannerisms the team said that this made sense, because empathetic people pay more attention to the people around them and have an overall greater perception of those people now as for why the chameleon affect exists. Researchers argue the mechanism behind all of this is a thing called the perception behavior link. That's the phenomenon where you're more likely to do something just because you see someone else doing it this. Is well documented when it comes to micro level behaviors you can imitate unconsciously like gestures, postures, speech patterns and moods. In other words, it's not just yawning. It's contagious. It's pretty much every move. We make in front of another person. Mimicry seems to work like social, glue helping pairs to bond and promoting group cohesion, and as the researchers behind this study, pointed out, it seems to help us bond even when we're not trying to. So the next time you find yourself, Mirroring someone's gestures or mimicking someone's accent. Don't be embarrassed. Just remind yourself that it means you're an empathetic human being Cody do you do this? Yes, I noticed during podcast interviews, if a guest has a verbal, tic, I will adopt that verbal tic actually. So will you. Yeah. Definitely if somebody says, you know, a lot then in that interview, you and I will say, you know, more, and you edit these things so you probably noticed that all the time. Yep. Wow. It's a thing. I didn't even realize that. Do you. I mean. Yeah. I think I note. Yes. It, especially when I'm hanging out with jazz musicians, like I know there are a lot of silly stereotypes about jazz musicians like calling people cats and saying things like dig. And those are real. And I do them in certain situations. Awesome

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"future council" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"future council" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"A few minutes? I'm Cody gov and I'm actually here today. You learn about new sustainability rules that could help us cut space debris why you shouldn't blow your nose. When you have a cold and why you unconsciously copy other people's mannerisms. Let's unconsciously copy, some curiosity. We've covered the problems with space junk on this show before, and today, we've got some good news, new rules about sustainability in space could help us cut space debris as reported by universe today. There are twenty thousand objects orbiting earth, that are larger than four inches or ten centimeters out of all of those objects only about ten percent of them are operating satellites. That means there are eighteen thousand pieces of junk out there and it's not just regular junk, it's very dangerous junk, even if you've got something the size of a cell phone flying around, it can do a ton of damage of its travelling at thousands of miles an hour. It's bad news. If something crashes into. One of those two thousand satellites up in orbit since they help us with things like navigation weather, forecasting, hurricane tracking communications and climate science. Fortunately, the space junk problem is being addressed by a new initiative led by the World Economic Forum global future council on space technologies. The council is spearheading a project to come up with what they call the space sustainability rating system or SR. It's basically a set of voluntary guidelines to help nations that are developing and launching satellites. Some countries already have laws in place to govern companies operating on their soil. But the SR is being set up as a global initiative, it's being worked on by a pretty diverse team, including members from the space enabled research group at the MIT media lab and members from the European Space Agency, a big part of their focus right now is to come up with guidelines for what happens after a satellite stops functioning for example. Hopefully, the SR can come up with a way to help satellite operators, set the altitude and the lifespan of a satellite. So. Doesn't just stay up in space forever. The group has just started working on the problem. But the clock is ticking, according to a press release from the team, working on this. There are a lot of countries working on new space programs. So it's important had the SR in place, as soon as possible still. It's good knowing that someone is taken the first step towards sustainability in space. After all, we've got a lot of universe to explore can't have our dirty laundry, getting in the way blowing your nose is a great cure for this nipples. But when you have a cold it turns out the blowing your nose is actually a bad idea. In fact, blowing your nose the wrong way could be a bad thing, anytime. So let's get into some nose blowing safety tips. Yeah, there's a phrase thought I'd say, we're all about safety here. Sure. According to at least one allergist blowing your nose with too much force can actually cause breakage of blood, vessels and undue stress. It can also force bacteria and other bad stuff back up into your sinuses, which could increase your risk of infection. Uk-us isn't even the real reason. Your nose feels stuffy, the stuffy sensation is a signal that the blood vessels in your nose or swollen. You do produce more mucus when you're sick but only a little more. And even if you blow some of it out on occasion, your body just replenishes. The disgusting supply even on a normal healthy. Your body makes enough mucus to fill a twenty ounce bottle growth. So yeah, you're not going to win that battle anyway. The real problem is the underlying sickness. You have typically the common cold sinusitis or hayfever mucus is a sideshow, and trying to blow it all out can cause more problems than it solves. So what should you do? Well, pulling your nose isn't forbidden. It may not be super helpful in the long term. But it can give you a brief respite from your symptoms. Just make sure to do it properly. That's according to Dr Neal, Kumar Lonnie, the chairman of the department of auto and Galeotti at the New York University Langone medical center. He told the New York. Times that you shouldn't blow to forcefully and that you should actually blow your nostrils one at a time blowing too hard has actually caused some real problems in rare, but documented cases over enthusiastic knows blowing his even led to Izhak injuries Asaf against ruptures and other medical issues. But with a safe knows bowing technique, and some decongestants you should stay decently comfortable through your nasal troubles. I think I just got.

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"future council" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"future council" Discussed on KOMO

"Scout camp in one thousand nine hundred eighty three when he was fourteen attorney Jason Amela says both men were identified in the boy scouts, so called perversion files. Confidential files kept on volunteers no longer allowed due to various reasons, including allegations of abuse amyloid says they requested the boy scouts release the files, but with settlement reached we're never going to know the full extent of it. But at least I think society deserves to know whatever we can because that's the only way we can make sure this stuff doesn't have a future council the local organization of the boy scouts released a statement saying that quote, the protection of children as their top priority. And that they can't comment on specific details of settlements or litigation. Sue romero? Komo news immigration cut. Enforcement says they'll keep doing their job despite resistance from King County last month can county executive Dow Constantine ordering any new or renewed lease at Boeing field prohibit ground support for private chartered ice flights. Localized director Brian Wilcox's. It's a distraction by interim. We've already moved on the end. We continue our flight. We we have today is of successfully come in and out of the area by law. Public government. Flights cannot be restricted so Constantine's order only applies to private airlines chartered by ice mowing appears to have a plan to replace human inspectors with machines and many workers aren't pleased with the plan come with Charlie harder explained. The idea is to have computers and machines go over every square inch of the plane's manufacturer with people supervising and human still in charge of evaluating the high risk high stress parts of the plains Boeing contents. This will make the process safer and increase quality the union disagrees. I spoke with Todd Curtis from air safe dot com technological advances are happening across many industries the industries, no different. So it's not surprising. Some technological tools algorithm or otherwise that could augment, but not take the place of human beings in the latest newsletter from the Boeing machinists union it calls this a bad idea. And it says it could reduce the level of scrutiny on planes, leaving Boeing plants. Charlie Harger, KOMO new voter Inslee has signed a series of bills aimed at fighting climate change the bills the governor signed fourteen forty four which increases efficiency standards for appliances and twenty forty two which pushes adoption of green energy. For Republicans have argued the measures could have chilling effect on business something Inslee dispute. Washington state is open for business to put people to work in clean energy starting today. Go to easily running for president on climate, change agenda. Just because someone calls.

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"future council" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"future council" Discussed on KOMO

"The year long pilot program will run in the downtown core and nearby neighborhoods peak hours in Seattle Ryan Harris, KOMO news man who says he was sexually abused at camp. More than thirty five years ago has reached a settlement with the boy scouts of America. Komo's Romero has more the man identified as b b. She says he was sexually abused. By to scout leaders at fire mountain boy scout camp in nineteen eighty three. When he was fourteen attorney Jason amyloidosis, both men were identified in the boy scouts, so called perversion files. Confidential files kept on volunteers no longer allowed due to various reasons, including allegations of abuse analysts. They requested the boy scouts release the files, but with settlement reached we're never going to know the full extent of it. But at least I think society deserves to know whatever we can because that's the only way we can make sure the stuff doesn't have a future council the local organization of the boy scouts released a statement saying that quote, the protection of children as their top priority. And that they can't comment on specific details of settlements or litigation. Sue Romero, KOMO news. It was the best legislative session ever for gun control antecedents. That's how the alliance for gun responsibility is describing the two thousand nineteen session and ten bills being signed into law, restricting access to firearms with Democrats in control of both chambers. Republicans and gun. Rights groups were powerless to stop legislation. Several of those bills signed into law today by governor Jay Inslee. Spill removes a provision in law. Allowing either to deliver a pistol to purchaser produces a valid concealed pistolet since before a state of Akron shack could be completed Dave workman with these second amendment foundation tells KOMO it makes no sense to force law. Abiding citizens have already completed thorough background checks to get their concealed pistol license to go through it again over six hundred thousand people in the state of Washington reliance to carry concealed, and they have rights to one of the other measures signed stablishment a six month prohibition. On owning a firearm. For anyone involuntarily held seventy two hours because they present a risk to themselves or others. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Estimated that for every death by suicide in the US one hundred thirty five other people are directly affected that translates to more than six million a year almost MandA factor. Tells us about a well known doctor who is sharing her story two years ago. ABC news chief medical correspondent, Dr Jennifer Ashton lost. Her ex husband to suicide completely devastated and shatter. They had two kids together. Now nineteen and twenty years old family therapy. We've all been an individual therapy. And we recognize that that will be a part of the rest of our lives Dr Ashton says there were no obvious signs of depression. Maybe there were some signs, you know, he walked away from his career abruptly. And I thought it was to follow his dreams. I thought that he was pulling away for our marriage. But may be really it was pulling away from life Ashton is written a book titled life after suicide finding courage comfort and community after unthinkable loss. Manda factor. Komo news. And you can also reach out to the national suicide prevention lifeline, eight hundred two seven three talk. And now at three ten let's get over to Bill Swartz and find out what's going on from the Harley exterior sports desk. Let's talk a little Big Apple weather because that's where the Mariners play baseball about half an hour. Sixty five degrees few showers in New York City. The Mariners trying to bounce back after losing to the Yankees seven to three the Bronx. Bomber lineup is potent. Even without some injured sluggers Aaron judge John Carlos Stanton. He's not sure he'll be back soon after doing something bicep some extra time the of blown out. The whole arm. Straight to build with each other. So to give more time that's a big man with a really large bicep, two lefty. Marco Gonzales starts for the M's today muscle hero Tanaka first pitches. We said about thirty minutes tasty Tuesday night and t- town the Rainiers open a new PC L hardball series with Reno honors for some U dub huskies pitcher Taryn. Elva low is college softball's national pitcher of the week Robinson Stevenson, Robin. Stevenson, I should say Pac twelve tennis coach of the year. And the huskies take on UCLA in the super-regional this Friday, and you have a game seven tonight on the ice and Saint Louis. This is where Lisa loves it back there in the gateway city the Dallas Stars and the blues for a spot in the western finals sports updates at ten and forty after the hour. Bill Swartz on the home of the huskies, KOMO news. You three eleven at KOMO news Washington woman smiling again after what seemed to be impossible suddenly becoming possible. Komo's Brian Calvert. Shares Kayla's story. For Kayla Edwards marrying. Her husband lands was a dream. Come true. The young couple began life together just a few years ago Kayla. Had another dream first comes love, then comes marriage and then comes just not for Kayla town. Heartbeat or. When she was sixteen Kayla found out. She was born without a uterus. Not giving up Kaelin Lance moved to Texas after finding a donor actually got to Dallas. My donor fell through. Eventually there's good news to report for the couple. A transplant did take place and it worked out three months after.

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"future council" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:22 min | 3 years ago

"future council" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You need to know. Right now. New this hour, the FAA confirming they are experiencing an increase in sick. Leave a to some of these on the east coast FA website is showing delays Philadelphia. Newark and LaGuardia air force right now due to a shortage of traffic controllers. The man who sounded off this week spending city council meeting over the sun's arena has been banned from future council meetings and some other city buildings. Larry naming spoke out on Wednesday and referred to his nineteen Ninety-seven shooting a miracle begun board of supervisors member. Mary rose Wilcox. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, says the arrest of former Donald Trump campaign adviser, Roger stone in the special counsels. Russia probe has nothing to do. With the president Sanders. Comments came hours after stone was arrested this morning doing a pre dawn raid at his home in fort. Lauderdale florida. You're never more than fifteen but it's away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. I got called a nerd for listening to air traffic control. You are had nerd alerts. And love it. Hurt alert shut out to captain, Mike. My my pilot, captain, my captain chemokine. Yeah. Okay. All right. Speaking of transportation. So let's say you go to sky harbor, and they're saying you cannot fly to near to their delayed by and a half. Do you get on the bird scooter, d do you think I don't know? How far can you make to New York can at least get to Albuquerque before the battery runs out? No, you most certainly can you only go a couple of miles on these things. But there are east scooters now all over the valley. Yeah. All over north south east west and each city each municipality is taking a bit of a different approach. It's a it's a shotgun approach. Yeah. Okay. So you brought up sky harbor for incidents. If you wanted to take an east scooter, let's just say the Scottsdale, not necessarily Albuquerque. Okay. Okay. I was gonna say to the airport. I could just see somebody with dragging the roller bag behind that would be brilliant. Oh, look. Here's the deal. You may soon be able to do that. And phoenix. Okay. Phoenix street transportation department now they're looking to test out a pilot program. All right, six to twelve months or so valuate. These scooters because the city council has really kind of kept them at bay. The the the have had. I'm gonna say a band, but they haven't allow them. They haven't say. Yes. Come in with open arms. No, that's not how Phoenix has handled. It thus far, but they're are adjusting an ordinance that is allowing these electric scooters to start operating pilot program, you can see him as soon as March. So they got this pilot program. They're going to test out and want to hear pilot program, it it's kind of like a you're hired on a probationary Steiner days ninety days will reevaluate you, and we can yank that well speaking of that. That's exactly what the city of Peoria did because Peoria announced yesterday it ended its pilot program with the electric scooter company bird. Those are the the black ones that are use. They said that they wanted to evaluate how this new transportation system would be used. Well, addressing public safety concerns. Okay. So dipping their toe. Yeah. They're going to check it out. And they're going to see how it goes. They said. No, no on this. And they're blaming burn. They're saying that that bird didn't live up to its end of the agreement the that they started with and so the city of Peoria is saying no more east scooters in puree. Okay. You know, why I think they might be saying no more east scooters in Peoria Peoria, did a pilot program. Okay. And they didn't like how things turned out. Well, let's go to my neck of the woods and Gilbert, we're kind of dotting around. Okay. Okay. Let's go to and. I am I am I be off a little bit. But if you guys live in Gilbert, you you know, what I'm talking about about two months ago. All of a sudden you saw bird that's the one that's in Gilbert ever popping up on street corners. I mean like piling up on street corners and now the town council there bit peeved. Right now, they are looking to tackle the issue of these scooters, and and they're expected to discuss it, and maybe put a temporary ban on it. That's what the vice mayor. Now, they're in mayor in. And Gilbert is saying he's saying there's no doubt we're in favor of any business coming to Gilbert and setting up shop they've done things. I don't appreciate for instance, the company without alerting Gilbert dumped it scooters in the public rights of way such as sidewalks causing a nuisance. So they didn't ask permission. It's kind of like that old adage is it's easier to ask for forgiveness than it is permission. Well, that's been the business bottle of these scooters. I know this going over to California where it's been a fight in southern California that bird was I think they're the first ones, by the way. Time Kleenex bird was the first one. Yes, they never asked. Anybody permission dangerous? Like, you know, this seems like a good idea. We've got an app we got scooter. So you started dropping them off around southern California. And then the city's had to deal with it. Because when you say the cities have to deal with it. They have to use staff did the complaints. They have to put them on projects. It's a bit of a distraction. Least this is what we're hearing in Gilbert in my neck of the woods here. And so now, there's also apparently been accidents. The vice mayor says he's heard of accidents involving residents in one accident is too many now so you've got bicycles as well. But I understand, but bicycles are one thing like because they're your own bicycle rental bicycles. Yeah. I guess I'm just not happen and aware of all of that. But I'm just saying just play along from Uber to basically use only when they have these things called zipcar and some of the other only rent the car for the miles. You wanna drive it to bicycles scooters? I mean, it's the way things are going. And so I with all these cities that are up in arms over my problem. Is it still the way things are going to have a problem with this is the way things are going? But there needs to be a little bit more clarification as to how it could appropriately move forward in one of the reasons why I bring that out. Bruce is because there's now a proposed class action lawsuits come on. And what we've got here is a disability rights group that is suing the city of San Diego. All right. So this is. Yeah. The there. I I would I would have seen sob beach town Santa Monica was I guess soon after so San Diego has been dealing with us a lot longer than the valley. Okay. And they're taking bird and lime to task because they're being left on sidewalks on ramps just drop them when they're right, and it's creating significant hazards for people with physical disabilities. If you have a scooter. Have you can't necessarily walk on a sidewalk you've gotta keep those sidewalks free. This Qatar's them. Listen, I mean are people with disabilities impacted by this? Yes, I don't like the idea that they're using is example because you and I walking down the sidewalk trip over one of these things just laid in the middle of the sidewalk. Absolutely. But it will be more of an ability though, being able body to step over it again is that the is that is that the birds fault. But because they are asking for forgiveness. Versus permission this stuff. Couldn't be addressed out of the game. In this situation used to get yelled at on on at least three times a week for leaving my bike laying in the driveway. So that dad couldn't pull into the cover. Yeah. Same thing. Apparently, I was on the cutting edge of ticking off sitting or something. N A B wrong. This hacienda case has us talking a lot about it. We're going to talk with prosecutor worked on sex crimes involving DNA to learn more about the process. That's coming up next..

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"future council" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"future council" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News flash. I'm Jamie west with three things you need to know right now. A man who sounded off of the Phoenix city council meeting over the sons Arita has been banned from future council meetings and entering some other city buildings and his public comments Larry named referred to his nineteen Ninety-seven shooting of county. Supervisor Mary rose Wilcox on day thirty five of the government shutdown. There are signs of progress. Senate leaders from both sides working on a new plan. President Trump says he'll support a reasonable agreement expect some headaches getting around parts of the valley this weekend, the one oh one will be closed in both directions between seventeen and seventh avenue from nine tonight until nine tomorrow morning. There will also be restrictions on I ten get a fool Listrik KTAR dot com. You're never more than fifteen minutes away. From today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. KTAR in-depth is didn't have to happen. This wasn't supposed to happen. That's Pete Johnson. The father-in-law of fallen Salt River police officer Clayton towns and talking to our TV partner ABC fifteen right after his daughter was made a widow by an admitted distracted driver man who told troopers on the scene he was texting and driving. When he hit officer towns on the side of the loop one on one the driver of that car made a huge mistake. And he punched a gigantic hole in my family. Pete Johnson is still talking and talking about Arizona. Finally, maybe joining the rest of the country and getting a law that bans texting and driving behind the wheel. So he and several other members of officer Townsend's family, including his twenty five th to twenty five year old widow joined state Senator Kate Brophy McGee at the state capital yesterday. That's because state Senator Brophy McGee is sponsoring a Bill, which if it's passed would make the use of a cell phone while driving a primary offense, meaning police would not need any other. Reason to pull over a driver. We have the momentum. It's time and we need to do this. But and this is important state. Senator Brophy McGee wasn't just standing with officer Townsend's family and police leaders shoe standing there with democratic members of the legislature.

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"future council" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"future council" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News news flash. I'm Jamie west with three things you need to know right now. A man who sounded off at this week's Phoenix city council meeting over the sun's arena has been banned from future council meetings and entering some other city buildings and his public comments Larry name and referred to his nineteen Ninety-seven shooting of county. Supervisor Mary rose Wilcox day thirty thirty-five of the shutdown. But for the first time hints of a possible compromise. President Trump telling ABC news, he's open to deal to a deal to temporarily reopen the government and isn't ruling it out even if it doesn't fund his border wall expect some headaches getting around parts of the valley this weekend, the one oh one closed in both directions between seventeen and seventh avenue from nine tonight until nine tomorrow morning. Also, some restrictions on itin. Get a full list at KTAR dot com. You're never more than fifteen minutes away. From today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. KTAR in-depth Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams on with us here on Arizona's morning news yesterday talking about the hacienda healthcare investigation after they made the arrest of that nurse there who was alone with a lot of patients. So you're thinking to yourself. Wow. There's gotta be more potential victims here other than the woman who gave birth at the end of last year. Who is incapacitated. It could never give her permission. And that's why it's sexual assault. Well, yesterday, by the way, chief Williams said that's one of the things are looking into right? Eleanor rigors was arrested. Tori, therapists who worked at hacienda healthcare with the man who's been arrested and was on with MAC and Gaydos yesterday, and I think she partially answers. The question here about how many more potential victims. There could be on that wing that we're talking about. They call them pods. How many people my load was about anywhere from twelve to fifteen people. So I'm thinking the nurses loads are probably about the same. Okay. So keep in mind that there were likely people moved in and out of that word through the years that the suspect worked there. So that number twelve to fifteen is just a starting point because this man had an opportunity to be alone with all of of those patients, but you know, what you got to also say to yourself. Wow. What's going through the mind is somebody who knew this guy and Ellinora says Eleanor rigors once again talking with MAC and Gaydos, said she never ever saw this coming full me, I suppose, you could say because I had nothing, but a good opinion of him. I had a good professional working relationship with him friendly outgoing very nice if I had concerns that I had to bring him over a patient. I personally always felt like it was in good hands. It would be addressed. Now, we know otherwise, we know the monster. But not when I was working with him. I never saw any indication of anything other than professionalism, a nice guy. Never inappropriate with me. Never inappropriate that. I ever saw with anybody else. Gosh that has got to shake your confidence. Not only in people, but shake your confidence in your ability to know, what people are really like at work that closely with somebody every day every day. And is we pointed out yesterday here on Arizona's morning news. You know, all the background checks. I mean, they check the sex offender registries the child Protective Service registries the guy passed a background check, and it has fingerprint clearance card all this stuff. And you just sometimes just don't know six eighteen now at KTAR, and it's time now for your Rosie on the house help. Tip of the week exhaust fans. No, they're not groups of people that are crazy about being exhausted. We're talking about the ones in your bathroom. Hi. It's Gary d with Rosie on the house. Here's your tip of the week. And have you looked at your exhaust fan lately? In your bathroom, it likely hasn't been touched in a while. And it's probably filthy dusty in. But it's a real simple fixed to keep them clean, and it's important to. But the first rule of thumb is make sure you have the electricity disconnected to the fan or you'll find out pretty quickly that it's still connected. Get your vacuum cleaner ready or rag and some cleaning solutions and slowly. But surely just start cleaning around the fan blades. Maybe take the cover off. And you could soak it in some dawn liquid with some water just get right up in there and make sure all the dirt grime and dust is completely clean, and then reassemble it and you're back to a nice clean exhaust fan that will exhaust the steam and humidity from your bathroom. We've got the complete article. You should take a look at it. Just text Rosie. R O S I E to four one one nine two.

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