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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on GSMC SciFi Podcast

GSMC SciFi Podcast

11:24 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on GSMC SciFi Podcast

"Thank you not. Smc SCI-FI PODCAST brought to you by the GMC podcast network. I'm your host Alex. Today I wanNA talk a little bit about some comic book adaptations primarily net flicks lock and key. So it's been out for a little bit now and I want to talk to you guys about it. If you guys haven't read the comics they are written by Joe Hill. Who is a fantastic or author in his own right but he also just happens to be the son of Stephen King which is perhaps neither here nor there but a really cool fact regardless and the artist Gabrielle. Rodriguez so they have a couple of things that they have to say about the new Netflix series and have been recently interviewed about it. Also they show in. General is just pretty cool. I think so if you haven't seen locking key it's about the Locke Family L. O. C. K. E. And they live in this place now called key house and there are a ton of different magical keys in the house that do magical things. It's very funny title which I enjoy. You could think of it as being kitschy. I enjoy a good pun. The overall concept is really cool as well and it's more violent and a lot of ways than Narnia like more real world violence but it's not nearly as hard core as October faction or as the magicians like. There's not all the the cussing and other shenanigans going on and locking key magicians. There's a little bit of cussing but it's very rare. Few and far between the concept of the show is that the father of these three kids had similar experience with these keys when he was a kid and all the people who have been keeping the keys have died over the years except for like two. They just gradually die of weird things. We're things happen to them. So the dad dies in the very first episode like we start out knowing that he's dead really and the mom and the kids are moving to key house so in the Comic Sam. Lesser is a kid who goes to school with Tyler. The oldest boy in the family and highways about sixteen seventeen. Tyler's Dad Rendel was like the school counselor and this kid. Sam was having a really hard time. He was displaying some Behavior and he got sent to rentals office to go and talk to him. Rental is a very nice dude and was trying very hard to be helpful with this kid but the office that Randall is using also has a portrait on the wall of key house. Has This really nice picture. It looks like it might have been charcoal or graphite drawing and it has key house in the well house and stuff in it and so while Sam is in his office. Sam here's of voice calling to him from the picture and he listens to it and it is this woman trying to convince him to find out more about key house and to obtain some keys for her so sam is already in a disturbed point in his life and having a lot of trouble. So He's like okay. Yeah he doesn't have a lot of friends. Anyway and Rendall has his son Tyler. Hang out with Samson more but Sam and tyler actually do get along and tyler ends up really liking even though he first does this is just a favor to his dad but then at one point see. I'm just kind of lose it. Because he can't obtain the keys this woman who lives in the well house and he's trying to please and she super manipulative and Sam kind of loses it and he kills the Dad. He's trying to get information from him and the dad won't give it to him so he kills the doubt and tries to kill the rest of the family as well but is stopped and imprisoned. So that's all pretty much known in the very first episode and then the kids moved to this new house will for them. It's new for their dad. It's it's old. It's the one that he grew up in so the mom takes them to go and live there and while they're in key house the littlest one boaty who's probably about ten eleven years. Old Bodey starts hearing these keys whispering to him and he hears the lady in the well house whom he calls ECO for a while talking to him and she tells him. Hey Yeah. You'll hear the keys whispering too when you hear that whispering. Go and invite them out and bring them to me. She's looking for a very specific heat and so boating goes and starts looking for the keys for his secret friend. There are twelve keys collected by Brody Tyler and sister Kinsey. Kinsey is the middle child as well and she's probably about fourteen or fifteen. I don't think she's quite old enough to drive yet but she is old enough to be out in the town by yourself with her friends a lot. So in the meantime they are keeping these keys once they figure out that the lady and the well house is Evil Than They. Start trying to protect the keys. The keys are really cool and they do a whole bunch of different things. So I'm GonNa explain the keys for you right here if you don't want the spoilers than I'd skip ahead at least ten minutes and go from there so there are a couple of different really cool. Ones the ghost key. I really like that allows the user to leave their body and become a ghost when you sick the key into a specific he house door the walk and the key really have to match each other or the door and the key rather have to match each other so the Goski has the skull symbol on it. And while you're goes you can fly around and interact with other ghosts but the living can't see you and your body looks like a corpse on the ground lake. You like maclehose like a pallet bluish gray color as well and you don't really have a pulse but you're still alive and as long as you keep the door open that you unlock to go through. You can come right back to your body. So that's really cool. And then the show we get to see boaty really use that key to meet the ghost of his ancestors who've been buried on the property because this is a very old historic home has been passed down for generations. It's very similar in look and manner to the large. House that is in October faction. The shows do have a lot in common. But in this case it the family's just a normal family that has more of a magical history whereas it's more of military secrets and stuff being kept from the kids in October faction so I really liked the ghost king and you have to keep the door open or you will die the body. The person who's left their body will die. So if you close it bad. News bears for the ECO key. That's used to summon an echo of a deceased person from the key houses. Well House at a certain point someone uses it to bring back another character and it unleashes the demon that had inhabited their body instead so an echo. Looks like your friend who had died? But it's not an exact copy. The echoes also trapped in the well house and less they get a hold of the anywhere key so the anywhere key is really awesome. You can stick that into any lock and when you do it you think about the place that you want to go and when you stick it in there you can go anywhere that you've seen the location of a door that you can picture in your mind. You have to think about what that door looks like in order to travel through it so you can't just go. Hey I'm going to go to the KNOXVILLE zoo today. If you don't know what the door to that place looks like then. You can't envision it then you're not going to be able to go there so you need to be able to visualize that door or know what it looks like. At least in order to go there. I think that that's really cool. And that's the only way the ECHO can get out of the well house is getting a hold of the anywhere key so that is the first one that boaty finds in the well house and that the person claiming to be his echo really tells him to go and seek out because that's the one that she needs now she does that under false pretenses and the poor kid gets bamboozled film over bad for boating but also. I mean He. He's a kid. This person told him to keep a secret from the rest of his family and be like. Hey don't tell them that you are the well house because the might be really upset with you because it's not safe here and I'm sure you're not supposed to be here. And that's just a tactic that a lot of abusers used in general some very manipulative. And so it's like you know you can't tell anybody about this. You'll get in trouble for this right. So she uses a lot of different types of these techniques on Bodey throughout the story and I find that to be very interesting the way that she is kind of mimicking and giving allusions to real life abusers as it goes along. The thing's pretty fascinating and I'm really enjoying the show. We're going to go on a quick break and when we come back we are going to talk about some of the other keys. What a find out what movies to go see then check out the GS. Amc movie podcast. It's your ticket to the latest movies whether it's a new blockbuster event romantic comedy or action flick. This show has got it all covered. They talk somewhat to go. See now. Don't bother what's hot on net flicks and everything in between that. Gmc See podcasts. Dot Com back slash. Movie Dash podcast. When it's all about the movies it has to be this new show. Don't forget to like them on facebook and follow them on twitter visit GS MC podcast dot com for more INFO..

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

15:05 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of the rebar ski fox news a Tennessee man captured yesterday in Nashville is being held without bond in the weekend stabbing deaths of two men outside a bar Michael Moseley stars with homicide in the deaths of twenty two year old Clayton Vetter third and twenty one year old culture pini the third feathered was the brother of forty Niners quarterback CJ battered a warning about skin cream from Mexico a Sacramento woman is seriously and permanently injured from skin cream tainted with a particularly poisonous form of mercury the woman used the skin lightening cream made in Mexico found to contain metal mercury compound created when mercury reacts to some forms of bacteria in the environment despite being treated at UC San Francisco by a team of doctors the forty seven year old woman is unable to feed or care for herself five months later skin lightening creams some of them from Mexico have been known to contain mercury but this level of injury has not been seen before to reach Crowley fox news authorities in Thailand say they're investigating an apparent online break in by a computer hacker that allowed him to broadcast surveillance video from inside a prison in the country's south that video was broadcast live on YouTube for several hours Tuesday it showed prisoners activities from several different security cameras I rich Denison and this is talk W. O. A. I. local news police in San Antonio have now identified a pregnant woman who was gunned down by her ex boyfriend and a house on Christmas day as twenty four year old Gabrielle Rodriguez Rodriguez was eight and a half months pregnant and her unborn child also died in the shooting the woman's two and six year old children were also with the house at the time but were not hurt the ex boyfriend turned the gun on himself after the shooting and he's now in critical condition a nineteen year old is dead after state troopers say he smashed a vehicle into a home in new Caney early this morning troopers believe Eduardo Silva blew through a stop sign hit a tree then flew through the house no other injuries were reported and larger than life Texas artist Bob Daddy away died of heart failure Monday his face is included forty foot tall boots in San Antonio and a seventy foot saxophone in Houston I'm Margot Moreno every day stay informed everything you need to stand for use radio you go to talk to call eight eight eight nine four one and now he's tags Michael hello my name is sitting in for Joe bags and once more into the breach here on the Joe bags show thank you for joining me thank you for participating we still have room I'm trying to get to as many bags states as possible and we've heard from a host of states across the country and there's always room for more triple eight nine four one pads triple eight nine four one pad eggs again my name Michael Palca Sydney in for my buddy Joe packs I I've been looking back on the year because it's been a remarkable year an absolutely remarkable year and one of the things that struck me was oh my goodness the the craziness of the media and the media just lost its mind this past year and they gave up on journalism but a little journalism leaked out every now and then just a little bit not enough though for my for my taste I I would like more journalism and and frankly I'd like journalism all the time but too often we have the mainstream media saying horrific really dumb things or really showing us their agenda and on the left side of things you have CNN and MSNBC who are just now from dawn to dusk and well into the evening all opinion all the time everything has a slant and fox at night is pretty much solidly conservative I do think one of the better news shows that night the Shannon bream show which starts at eleven o'clock in the east coast and it's pretty much straight of journalism but you've got opinion shows I happen to agree with the opinions of most the people on fox but could voters affair guy and you know shop is gone now so we'll see what happens with who is it hammer taking over that spot but virtually everybody on CNN or everybody on MSNBC has an opinion and they're in the tank totally for the Democrats and in may of this year when Joe Biden announced the mainstream media seem to band together to try and I guess rationalize Joe Biden's handsy ness you know how many times is Biden was seen putting his hands on women on welcomed affection in many cases and that led to this montage that shows just how completely out of touch the media is with reality and how most women felt about Joe Biden putting his hands on people all the time very affectionate I find the affectionate people on the ballot he said he's always touching people's shoulders I've seen him rub the shoulders of women and men Joe Biden calls them expressions of affection he is an affectionate oldschool politician he's a really nice generous funny connecting guy uncle Jack always we affectionately call him because he's a very affectionate very likable person you know he's just an affectionate guys know Joe Biden a long time as are many others and have always found it a very emotional man who is very very affectionate he's touchy feely he's been doing it his entire life in a an affectionate way I think the next time I see Joe Biden if he doesn't hug me and give me a kiss and hold my hand that's not the Joe Biden I knew he's a nice guy he's not a predator and this is ridiculous so meager Brzezinski has spoken so this is ridiculous he's not a predator now if you would remove Biden and put the name I don't know Jeffrey abstain in there or Harvey Weinstein in there do you think the same thing would be allowed just imagine this was talking about Harvey Weinstein hello it is very very affectionate he's touchy feely he's been doing it his entire life so it's okay if you like their politics he's been touchy feely his entire life what's the problem here come on it's so cool Joe she I think this is one of the most embarrassing things one of the biggest double standards in the mainstream media one of the most ridiculous things that the journalists and again I'm using the air quotes around the word journalist to show you what I'm talking about to me it's insane what these people are trying to justify either it is or it isn't one of the other things is is the the way that the mainstream media allowed Nancy Pelosi to get away with ridiculous things ridiculous and insane things that she was saying and I'm not just talking about the impeachment the impeachment was bad enough but pelo C. in March of last year at her weekly press event you know she goes out and takes questions was asked about lowering the voting age to sixteen I want you all just drink that in sixteen years old you're not of your majority you can't legally buy a car or a house and now until you're twenty one you can't you can't smoke based on the new law that's going through but it the the Democrats looking for new voters wherever they are wherever they can find them and let's face it the majority of sixteen year old would be as liberal as the day is long and they would want to vote for every free of free stuff that the Democrats would offer someone pelo C. was asked about lowering the voting age to sixteen nobody in the mainstream media seem to get upset about it here's the actual moment with pelo seen her response Christopher the ACLU about in regards to your free speech issue and as far as sixteen year olds okay where you see that going in well I disagree with the ACLU on this they find terms of legislation we couldn't be prouder than HR one this is about using the role big dark special interest money in politics and can power in small donors it's about ending voter suppression it's about making the districting fair it's it's it's it's really a source of joy and hope to so many people in the country I don't think anyone in the country gets joy or hope out of redistricting I'm just saying redistricting brings joy and hope to nobody unless you're an attorney who is getting paid to draw the lines favorably for who's ever in charge I'm just saying the let's get pelo see on to the sixteen year old voters myself Selena speaking for my carcass I myself have always been following vote the voting age to sixteen I think it's really important to capture kids when they're in high school when they're interested in all the case when they're learning about government well I have some bad news for the speaker we're gonna teaching government in high school we're not teaching civics to these kids what you're doing is realizing a very important demographic reality and as I mentioned earlier the majority these kids happened to be the liberals until they wake up until they get their first paycheck and they see how much the government something out of their check and they go wait a minute I was supposed to make this much money but now I have a but I don't know two thirds of it what happened government happened well I didn't authorize that yes you did when you were sixteen and you voted for higher tax is so polo see is well she's been doing this all you're wrong and she gets a a pass from the press pretty much all year long on this and then we we in the the right side of the media have to keep up the heat we have to keep the pressure on so I'm looking back in twenty nineteen and some of the other media stuff and one of them happened just recently one of the one of the big I think offensive moments in the mainstream media it just happened literally weeks ago and I'm I'm talking about the situation at the army navy game I'm talking about the the horrific injustice that was done to the the members of the military who were caught on camera making a stupid hand gesture for something called the circle game it had nothing to do absolutely nothing to do with racism white supremacy etcetera but the mainstream media somebody said did you see those cadets you see those guys they had they made they made the the the white supremacy symbol and it was on Cameronians PM they were sending out a secret symbol a secret message to all the white supremacist around the country that the military's with you and of course instead of doing journalism and talk to the guys on camera instead of actually doing their jobs the mainstream media one whole hog on the scandal and and the military had to stop doing what it was doing to investigate and share a few days later we found out no it wasn't mainstream it wasn't some sort of racist symbol it wasn't anything other than a silly immature game called the circle game but that didn't stop the mainstream media from blown it totally out of proportion military students army navy football game caught on ESPN flushing hand signals that have lately become hate symbols that guy could not be any more dramatic if he tried it's if you were reporting on the assassination of a president and and yet it's it's about a hand gesture military students army navy football game caught on ESPN flushing hand signals that have lately become hate symbols it is now being used everywhere as a symbol of white supremacy white power pro trump ism we just had members of the navy during the army navy football game and it forced last what look like them white power sign these are the things we're talking to the news it's it's highly disturbing and and troubles and then takes away from what is really a a sort of a singular event on the sports counter a gate we should point out that was attended by president trump there it is they found a way to attach president trump to this Bravo Sierra that they were paddling they found a way to make sure that they tried to tad to president trump with this insane fearing that a silly immature game was actually about racism and because Donald Trump was in the building he is the problem we have to get rid of him he's the problem whatever we can do to get rid of him it's just madness people and there was more of it that went on over the year I have a I have a little bit more have to share with you right now I have to step aside and take a break it if there's a media moment where the media got it wrong and you want to share it with me give me a holler nine nine four one tags it's a triple eight nine four one packs eight eight eight nine four one tags what the media get wrong this year I mean brutally wrong I've got another one to share with you just around the corner Michael Palca in for Joe bags on the Joe pack show yellow pads.

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Little lower if you look hard enough the statewide average though two dollars and twenty two cents and nationally the average is two fifty five this despite the fact that triple a Texas expects more than ten million Americans they hit the highway today and tomorrow the largest crowds ever they don't expect this to have much of an effect on gas prices though they're expecting the prices to continue to fall into February Megan bishop newsradio twelve hundred W. away I the state's business climate continues to enjoy record success with jobless rate to the lowest level since the Texas workforce commission started keeping track in the seventies German Brian Daniel expects this trend to continue into twenty twenty we continue to talk to employers yeah they remain very optimistic about their ability to continue to grow and churches in twenty twenty predicts growth across several sectors including manufacturing and tech San Antonio police have now identified a pregnant woman who was gunned down by her ex boyfriend at a house on Christmas day she's been identified as twenty four year old Gabrielle Rodriguez Rodriguez was eight and a half months pregnant the unborn child also died in the shooting woman's two and six year old children were in the house of the time but they were not hurt the ex boyfriend later turned the gun on himself after the shooting he's now in critical condition it's a Christmas that one Texas family will never forget earlier this week a couple in their thirties and their twelve year old daughter decided to deliver furniture from el Paso to a town in Colorado when they didn't show police began searching for them and on Christmas Eve they were spotted by a deputy flying his personal plane over the San Juan National Forest in Colorado dark clothing so against the snow pack road I was able to spot them that family had wrapped shipping plastic around their sneakers and we're walking through the snow searching for help when they were found they were taken a safety what they spent.

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Little lower if you look hard enough the statewide average though two dollars and twenty two cents and nationally the average is two fifty five this despite the fact that triple a Texas expects more than ten million Americans to hit the highway today and tomorrow the largest crowds ever they don't expect this down much of an effect on gas prices though they're expecting the prices to continue to fall into February Megan bishop newsradio twelve hundred W. away I the state's business climate continues to enjoy record success with jobless rate to the lowest level since the Texas workforce commission started keeping track of the seventies German Brian Daniel expects this trend to continue into twenty twenty in you to talk to employers yeah they remain very optimistic about their ability to continue to grow and churches in twenty twenty predicts growth across several sectors including manufacturing and tech senatorial police have now identified a pregnant woman who was gunned down by her ex boyfriend at a house on Christmas day she's been identified as twenty four year old Gabrielle Rodriguez Rodriguez was eight and a half months pregnant the unborn child also died in the shooting woman's two and six year old children were in the house of the time but they were not hurt the ex boyfriend later turned the gun on himself after the shooting he's now in critical condition it's a Christmas that one Texas family will never forget earlier this week a couple in their thirties and their twelve year old daughter decided to deliver furniture from el Paso to a town in Colorado when they didn't show police began searching for them and on Christmas Eve they were spotted by a deputy flying his personal plane over the San Juan National Forest in Colorado dark clothing on so against the snow pack road I was able to spot them that family had wrapped shipping plastic around their sneakers and we're walking through the snow searching for help when they were found they were taken a safety what they spent Christmas day Michael board newsradio twelve hundred W. away on a teenage girl seriously injured after falling off a cliff in Austin today have been your penny Becker bridge because of the wilderness terrain emergency teams had to move over to the opposite side of the lake by boat and then flew her to by helicopter to del Seton Medical Center renderings were said to be serious but not believed to be life threatening breaking news on the hour to have any time at W. E. I. dot com brought to you by first more credit union I'm Brian.

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Little lower if you look hard enough the statewide average though two dollars and twenty two cents and nationally the average is two fifty five this despite the fact that triple a Texas expects more than ten million Americans to hit the highway today and tomorrow the largest crowds ever they don't expect this down much of an effect on gas prices though they're expecting the prices to continue to fall into February Megan bishop newsradio twelve hundred W. away I the state's business climate continues to enjoy record success with jobless rate to the lowest level since the Texas workforce commission started keeping track in the seventies German Brian Daniel expects this trend to continue into twenty twenty then you know to talk to employers yeah they remain very optimistic about their ability to continue to grow and touches in twenty twenty predicts growth across several sectors including manufacturing and tech senatorial police have now identified a pregnant woman who was gunned down by her ex boyfriend at a house on Christmas day she's been identified as twenty four year old Gabrielle Rodriguez Rodriguez was eight and a half months pregnant the unborn child also died in the shooting woman's two and six year old children were in the house of the time but they were not hurt the ex boyfriend later turned the gun on himself after the shooting he's now in critical condition it's a Christmas that one Texas family will never forget earlier this week a couple in their thirties and their twelve year old daughter decided to deliver furniture from el Paso to a town in Colorado when they didn't show police began searching for them and on Christmas Eve they were spotted by a deputy flying his personal plane over the San Juan National Forest in Colorado dark clothing on so against the snow pack road I was able to spot them that family had wrapped shipping plastic around their sneakers and we're walking through the snow searching for help when they were found they were taken to safety when they spend Christmas day Michael board newsradio twelve hundred W. away on a teenage girl seriously injured after falling off a cliff in Austin today have been your penny Becker bridge because of the wilderness terrain emergency teams had to move over to the opposite side of the lake by boat and then flew her to by helicopter to del Seton Medical Center renderings were said to be serious but not believed to be life threatening breaking news on the hour to have any time at W. E. I. dot com brought to you by first more credit union I'm Brian.

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Year old girl was struck by a car as she was catching the bus to go to western hills high school Gabrielle Rodriguez was hit by a hit skip driver who never stopped and police have never found. in this white Honda civic about a twenty fifteen model they're not real sure she was actually hit by like an S. U. V. and got knocked down and then this other car came flying through hitter in kilter and that car never stop the other driver did her dad today on Twitter **** people to remember his daughter is is if you can just say her name Gabrielle arrive Rigas out loud to date him pray for the family and hope for justice okay coming up on news seven thirty we'll talk about the trial of of Brooks Skyler Richard civic use of killing a baby in Warren County and how the defense is now going to take over after the prosecution rests tales of fifteen minutes newsradio seven WLW art to the warehouse we go to ABC's Karen driver stand by you doing good morning all right you have this ABC was imposed poll touch on some of those yesterday findings or details today have to do with Americans attitudes on I guess the economy the likelihood of a recession yes six in ten Americans in this new poll from ABC news in the post say that a recession is likely in the next year and many are concerned about higher prices and what this means for them because of the ongoing trade war with China and the poll found that it's those concerns that are bringing down the president's approval rating he was a career high forty four percent in July and now he's down to thirty eight percent in this new poll and I think also there's something interesting there that you know we look at the economy that was one thing when the president was getting credit for people felt like things were good and that was a big part of that and that was a big big boost for the campaign and that's why they want him to talk about the economy at every turn this new poll the found friends he gets more criticism right now then credit for it three to one margin Americans are saying that his policies are increasing the risk of a recession next year and all of that again gets back to trade in China yeah I mean economists don't can't settle on one a recession is likely or unlikely but yeah it's it's you know all of the the indicators are there like I think when people heard this the talk in July and August it was like that this was just be no speculation and predictions are like no they're actually basing this on several indicators there the yield curve in the bond market and things like that where they say if you look at trends I've past recessions these things happened ahead of it they're happening now does that mean it's guaranteed no but they're certainly raising the alarm bells right now and and pointing out what they think are the drivers behind this and get it all gets back to trade what what percentage of people liked him ten years ago. flights before it'll of drunk before running for president ever crossed his mind I mean I think he would say look at the ratings of the apprentice back and his is doing really well he was a popular reality star all right among TV viewers anyway yeah then all right he's up to Carolina today yesterday yesterday and this is the of the that's the elections office today yeah yeah there is exactly the special election is today and it uses a district that is very solidly Trumpy one by twelve points back in two thousand sixteen is traditionally very heavy Republican but it's a really close race down there and you know that the president says he doesn't think this is any sort of indicator what's gonna happen in twenty twenty but we are hearing from campaign officials were looking at this is a bit of a dry run and they're paying very close attention if he if there's a big win for the Republican down there that's really good but if if you know you can't pull out this when it's going to cast a lot of doubts about what this means for other districts that have been seen as solidly trump then you were sciences in pockets in other states to began to special election Tuesday it's September this is not the presidential election correct but I got to run a lot of his day thank you good close to.

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Now immediately looking for the counterattack broken up by city though now Oscar men as sinners it to speedy Williams it's got Ilya for company now Oscar minutes Texas on toast in a little bit of reading room here for city stoss now up to up in down the far side the clearance when that takes a glance off Oscar Minnesota is gonna be thrown here for Indy eleven taken immediately played here today through Connor the midfielder nice little move to free up some space thereby we mad but it goes the play looking for Rodriguez who's been fairly anonymous so far back to cities backline notice here for loyal city FC napa myself so it's Eddie eighteen man is just give it inbound looking for the far post it's still there but finally broken up now all by Tyler gives in various is there now he centers it too excuse me Gibson who turns up field little move over the ball there takes advantage of a kill wants and the ball down the right side and Chris operative pulling for an offsite call pastor is there I think it might take a deflection off of the city player not Hatcher inside of the eighteen this time down cities defensive left look for the center Rodriguez he leaves it it's there now forget saying now plays on to I always a inside the eighteen this is dangerous look at the back post headed away by Craig still alive though in Gabrielle Rodriguez can manage to get back and he is all over it's one I put on fell there I disagree with that one but here is very is looking to re center Ilyich is there really elige excuse me is there and he gets a little too much of Paco Craig and the two former teammates not exactly kissing and making a Billy elige immediately as cons in posco Craig helped up by this evening's referee.

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And a rolling road crew. Westbound on the Ronald Reagan has the right lane closed between Galbraith and Coleraine rob Williams. Newsradio seven hundred wwl w bell the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather. We moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help Abidi sedation. Learn more at no fear death is dot com. Very few clouds out there for the afternoon hours and temperatures are already feeling better will end up with a high of fifty eight degrees tonight down to thirty eight. And then tomorrow, another mostly sunny, David his winds shift to the south are high will improve to sixty five from your severe weather station on nine I warning meteorologist Jennifer catch. Mark News Radio seven hundred wwl w ours. All clear, fifty six degrees and sunshine in Cincinnati in few minutes from now they're going to dedicate a softball field at western hills, high school, it's to the memory of a student who lost her life Gabrielle Rodriguez as a sophomore was a member of the western hills varsity softball team before she was struck and killed by a vehicle last September requested the school build a field for the team which did not have one at the time on Wednesday afternoon that new field we'll be dedicated in her memory Gabrielle's family or coach Matt Phillips and reds community fund director, Charley Frank. Are set to speak during the ceremony western hills within face oh, either high school in the first ever game on the new field. Sean Gallagher, NewsRadio seven hundred w l w moving forward on the Columbia Parkway. Tune up a city council committee hearing details today on plans to fix the landslide problems on the Parkway. We've had landslide challenges on.

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Crews are monitoring conditions as our workers in Kentucky and Indiana swell. The Hamilton county sheriff says a woman who crashed into two cars in the parking lot of Nagel middle school. This morning was under the influence of drugs or meds. Fifty year old Ellen craven was allegedly driving off the road and over curbs to you then dropped off for child. They say then she drove off the road. She's charged with Lovie I and child endangering meantime, a crash on Montgomery road in sycamore township this afternoon shut down that road for hours. The sheriff says a thirty year old woman suffered serious injuries after she lost consciousness in a medical emergency and crossed into oncoming traffic hitting two cars and five months after the death of fifteen year old Gabrielle Rodriguez. Police say they are no closer to finding the driver who killed the teen who was walking to school crossing Harrison avenue at the time in September. Cincinnati police Lieutenant Colonel Paul nudie gate says they're trying to find a white Toyota Corolla likely with front end damage. It is a homicide. It's a homicide and these types of incidents investigated to the level that we would a criminal homicide involving a gun. Knife, or whatever it may be. And sometimes it just takes some time for people to come forward us. Some additional information. Anyone with information should call crime stoppers. Three five to thirty forty Jack. Crumley our next update at ten o'clock. Breaking news anytime NewsRadio seven hundred wwl. Dot com payroll. Time and. Mike Campbell here serial entrepreneur, I started my first business in the basement of a factory over thirty years ago. We had no heat and no air conditioning. Instead of customers are office. Visitors were rats birds flies in snakes are office flooded often, and we used blankets as our office walls. We were broke and needed.

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"So even if your kids are in junior high and high school walk through with them one time just to see where they're having to cross issues that you're really concerned about give us a call. Give CPS a call because we do not want students having to cross on busy roads to get to a metro bus. It should be on the same side or there should be a crosswalk nearby. And we're gonna do everything we can to ensure that kids are getting on and off buses safe areas. But you know, there there's so much. There's only so much that we can do with Mike and with flashing, and we just need to get the message out for people Mary was that the case with Gabrielle Rodriguez that it I mean she had to cross street to get to her metro bus. Was that the case that she's crossing busy roads are so crosswalk. She's crossing the busy road and the where where she crossed where she decided to cross there wasn't a. Off long and a car did not see her. I it's horrific. I mean, you can't you can't have a crosswalk everywhere. I think no. But so what we need to do with our metro stops. That was look and see if we're putting kids in danger. And if so we either need a change we need to change the bus, stop sports, Costa crosswalk or have the bus come on the other side. So we're looking at that. And even where buses are dropping students off at some of the schools, sometimes dropping them off on the other side of the school. So they are having to cross a street to get to the school, and whether it's a crosswalk or not where change it now. So that students are able to get off on the school side of the bus, which you know, we just gotta do what we can't. Because there's some people that are driving distracted. And if these students aren't across walk. They are being hit scary. I think the other thing too is is is a factor as well. I mean, when you're a grown adult, and I've driven in areas of Cincinnati before you see people that just simply will walk right in front of the car. You know, you're driving, and I'll just they won't even look and I'll be on there. And it's like they'll walk slowly and deliberately across the street cutting. You know, jaywalking probably wouldn't be wise to give them a horn because you may have some other issues there. But you know, what I'm talking about is like people don't give a damn they think the world revolves around them when it comes to kids, though, I I have no idea of parents educators in schools are talking about how to safely cross are we doing that in CPS, or they educating kids we educate them and a whole bunch of things outside of reading writing and rhythmic is is traffic education. A part of the curriculum at CPS, I think it was important to note that superintendent Mitchell came yesterday Tarlov public safety meeting, we are working with them and with metro and so from what I understand they are talking to their students, and it's a hard thing in high school because high school kids are like we learned that in kindergarten. We know what both ways. You've got to refresh that and especially with the issues that we've had with people being killed crossing and Crosswalks are crossing non Crosswalks need to have that discussion again and part of it is CPS starts so early and it's dark right now. So people are going to school when it's dark, and it's hard to fee, and you know, it just breaks my heart. And so we're gonna do everything that we can we put an extra five hundred thousand into pedestrian safety and really targeting some of the key areas in the city or working with metro, and I need courage people too. When you see one of the yellow buses, and that's fine goes up there to stop you need to stop you must stop. And I can't tell you how many times I'll see someone on the other side, not stop and you need to stop. Because it it's telling us a clear warnings are going to be kids coming and sometimes kids just run out or they assumed that the buses stopped the signs up there safe, and that's not necessarily the case. Drivers, we have a huge responsibility in anything that we can't you don't want to be the person that's behind the wheel that is distracted for one minute and kill someone or injure. Someone. He is the most dangerous city in Ohio when it comes to car and pedestrian accident evidence, of course, by the fatal, the death of officer, del woods, and chlorine. But also Gabriella Rodriguez, and they're working to try and figure out what particularly about us here is causing so many, traffic pedestrian deaths. Amy Murray, co-chair lawn public safety city council. Thanks again. And have a great day. What we all stay on at. Thank you. Appreciate it. There you go the causes. Why? Why are we so bad at this? And I guess the factors that lead up to it before you can prevent it. You also need to know the factors that are causing. I have some observations we'll get yours at five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred pounds AT and T slowly seven hundred w w in.

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Back at it this morning. Seven hundred wwl wwl tired after watching the national championship beat down last night. We'll be talking about that later on in the morning, and we begin with a much much more serious news than college football. Of course. And it has to do with the safety of all of us as pedestrians and motorists in the city Cincinnati at times, we're one or the other right, as you know, on Friday, a cool rain police officer was struck and it turns out that that was a fatal accident. He's out investigating rain-soaked road and call rain. There was an accident there as often happens when whether gets implement and Dale woods gets out of his patrol car. He's a fifteen year veteran and Adele woods is then as he's investigating the crash struck himself and he succumbed to his injuries overnight. It just a heartbreaking story for those who've been following this and in the community to when you lose a police officer in a fashion of being on the job like this, it affects all of us and something is as tragic as this. Of course. Why did you bring you together? I know the the calling police department has received under Mark Danny a lot of encouragement. And of course, kind words, and I'll add mind to that mix in whatever slight way, they may be with the loss of officer del would passing away last night with his family by his side. And you know, it kind of fits into what we're talking about this morning with lawn public safety co-chair Amy Murray, and that is Cincinnati streets, and this is call rain, but I conclude call rain as much as Cincinnati's anything. Of course. And we've learned over the past couple of years at streets of Cincinnati are very very dangerous out of the big three cities in the state coordinated data from twenty seventeen Cincinnati's the most dangerous. We had a case of a young girl getting struck and killed in a crosswalk walking to school near western hills university high school, and we've had several accidents like this involving Carson passages the point where law and public safety has decided to take up the issue Amy Murray. Good morning. Good morning, and I want to also extend my condolences in Coleraine. I'm so fat, and I know the whole communities just devastated with the loss of officer details, and you know, we're talking about pedestrian safety is a police officer. You never know what you're going to have to deal with on a day to day basis. And it's just devastating for our community. All the, you know, public safety officers in the region when you lose someone I am just it's just devastating to watch for Dale and any past I guess quietly last night too. And and fought like a like the where he is for the last few days hanging onto life. But did that make it, but you know, there's a bigger takeaway here too. And here's an officer Amy Marie investigating a crash scene, which means that you have lights on you have a well an area, you have patrol cars, of course, with their lights activated warning other motorists to slow down and be careful and yet he becomes another statistic. Unfortunately, when we're crossing the street down. Town Cincinnati or anywhere. We don't have the same lights near us in the same protections in the alert to other people out there. And we have a lot of tragedies. What makes Cincinnati so uniquely different Amy Murray, in your opinion that we are the most dangerous of Ohio's three biggest cities when it comes to pedestrians and cars why? Well, you know, it's we're looking at it, and we had this. Let me go back. We had a meeting on public safety yesterday and Gaby Rodriguez parents were there, and she was the girl that was struck and killed by watching highschool, and we're trying to deal with city council of how can we prevent any of this from happening? And especially we're looking right now at schools because we have a lot of kids that are getting on metro buses while it dark in the morning crossing streets, where maybe Dr Crosswalks, and you know, part of what we're doing is we're putting flashing lights in the Crosswalks in the school area. But people know, but what's interesting Sloan is as you may recall a few weeks ago. There was another person that was struck. A date or high school, and there was a police officer with their lights on at that. Same intersection. So people knew that there was a crosswalk coming up. There's a police car there were lights and someone was still struck. So what we really really have to focus on is driver, safety and pedestrian safety. And we're going to do everything we can is a city to get lights and flashing things and signed let people know, but I just ask everyone out there. That's driving. We just have to be more vigilant. We absolutely must and out there the Rodriguez family. Mr. MRs Rodriguez came in yesterday Dhillon public safety and talked about the death of their daughter. Their loss, and it just really strike home. That is a driver you're driving. You might not notice if someone comes out, you know, we always. Doc between parked cars. So I just encourage everyone that's driving just be extra vigilant. I even noticed myself after this meeting yesterday because it was just so devastating. There were probably three times that I had a cracked my cellphone. I'm driving either changing the radio station or someone call him. I know I'm just focusing on the road. And I'd agree. I found I've been driving behind you. You're a terrible writer, but I'm just encouraging people that you really have to just stay focused and just say whatever else is going on in the car, you have ignore it. You should not be taxing on the phone or anything like that. I mean because when you just hear the loss of a family to their daughter that was killed by a car. And now officer would then you know, it happened. I think more than four hundred times in the greater Cincinnati area that Tony was hit by a car. And so and I would encourage pedestrians. Also when you are crossing a street, you know, whether it's at a crosswalk, which is ideally where it should be. But if it's not you got to really look because you can't assume the cars are going to see you. And you know, we really need to get that message out that every needs. We're gonna do everything we can to make Crosswalks areas safer and superintendent Mitchell was at our meeting yesterday because of the CPS superintendent because she's so concerned about this. And you know, part of it is if you have a metro buses picking students up if it's not near crosswalk. Walk then you are going to have people and other side of the road crossings, and some of these roads are very busy in the morning and all day long. So we're really looking at those. So that were not foreseen are high school students or junior high students to have to cross it in a dangerous area council person. Amy, Mary, she's co-chair law and public safety talking about Cincinnati streets is the most dangerous in Ohio when it comes to pedestrian and car accidents, four hundred accidents in there was something like nine or ten Fatos. I believe in Hamlin county alone last year, which is a high watermark over the last two decades and this fits in, of course, with the profound tragedy of the death of officer. Dell wasn't rain struck by a car while investigating a crash scene. And I look at this Amy Murray in as you dig down into the details of these accidents now, those fatal accidents, and you were saying, you know, be careful behind the wheel of a car don't text and drive pay attention, but in almost all except for the Gabrielle Rodriguez tragedy. She was crossing crosswalk out of the ten nine of them. The pedestrian was at fault. So I look at that and go can we do better with Crosswalks, but do people just not care or pay attention when they're walking I understand the driving element. And it's easy to let lay the blame. It it distractions and devices, but what responsibility in burden does the pedestrian have. Well, they absolutely do. And part of our tramp part of what our transportation department said yesterday. Excuse me, is that we need more. I guess three in education, and that's not going to solve the problem by especially for school students. Excuse me, we need to let them know that they need to be careful when they get into cross even if you're in a crosswalk. You're not invincible cars are still coming. They might not see you. And so we're looking right now at least at the school Crosswalks of putting fines up just reminding people some of the new systems that we're going to have slow any persons in the crosswalk would hit a light. And then it will start flashing so that motorists know that they're coming. So hopefully by pedestrian doing that dealt think about it, and we need to make sure that they do press a button for the light goes off. So that motorists notice in that crosswalk, but you know, someone's driving along and if they're distracted for a minute and booking down and you get in a crosswalk. They might not see you. And even though you have the right away. It's a bigger vehicle. You know, you're the one that's going to be injured. So we're really trying to work with people that when you're in a crosswalk you've got to proceed with. Caution. And I can't tell you how many times, you know. I see people that go and Crosswalks than assume I'm in a crosswalk. But you absolutely cannot assume that you need to look every direction, and if a car is coming you'd have that contact with the driver to make sure that they see your eyes. And you know, that they see you. Yeah. No question about that. And and that is the thing even in a car, I look left. I look, right. I look left again before I drive through an intersection this morning. I'm driving and getting off the ramp to to Montgomery road here at the station off seventy one. And my light turns green look laughed. I look, right. I look left again about the hit the gas in this dude blows through the late late red light had I just gone as soon as the light turned green like a race car. I I, you know, he's pretty far away. I don't think I would have been struck. I probably would have reacted. But that's why you gotta do that. Because people aren't paying attention and clearly blowing through a red light. So he can get the McDonald's I love to go and slap that guy around, but I had to get to work to come talk to you. So. We we have these tragedies across all the time because people are in a hurry. Is it really that important to get that Cup of coffee is it worth deliberately going through a red light or not paying attention. Because you gotta get that text message that someone just sent you. All it takes us a simple distraction. I'm guilty of it as anyone else looking at my phone driving fast. I I get it. Here's me preaching. And I need to take better care. How I handle my business behind the wheel. Because in the blink of an eye. It could be over for you or a complete stranger whose life could end tragically like like this officer del woods in Coleraine township. And that's what the you know, again, that's an inactive crashing where you have lights activated. That's the one. I don't understand is this happens all the time you see videos like the state highway patrol where they've got a vehicle pulled over the lights are activated. The troopers on the side of the road, and bam somebody hits the car. I don't understand how you don't get over or how you wind up striking a vehicle that has its lights activated. That makes no sense to me. It makes absolutely no sense. And we've had two accidents like that with officer woods, and then the young girl at my high school where priests lights were flashing. We were sitting there we as a city. We're trying to do everything we could to let people know here's a crosswalk, and so it's really both on the driver and honestly destory on. But you know, I think of myself as a conscientious driver but yesterday after the Rodriguez family where they are. And it just touched me so much because having lost a daughter and people can look down and be distracted in a minute. And not only could you hit song. But your life changes. Also, you know, no one wakes up in the morning, and it gets behind the wheel of their car and thinks that this is going to happen. And when it happens, you hear people say, I just looked down for a minute or I did that. So you know, I would just encourage everyone. We've really got a relook at it. Because when you and I learned to drive he didn't have all those distractions. You might have a cassette tape in your car. But you know, you didn't have a lot of distractions of other things that are going to buzz and beep in your car, so I just encourage everyone driving right now. Just be extra cautious. And, you know, the Rodriguez family made a common and said, you know, we had never walked with our daughter the route she went to school to realize how dangerous it was or as far as where she had to cross some of the streets..

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"So even if your kids are in junior high and high school, you know, walk through with them one time just to see where they're having to cross issues that you're really concerned about give us a call. Give CPS a call because we do not want students having to cross on busy roads to get to a metro bus. It should be on the same height or there should be a crosswalk nearby. And we're gonna do everything we can to ensure that kids are getting on and off buses there safe areas. But you know, there there's so much. There's only so much that we can do with Mike and with flashing, and we just need to get the message out for people. Maybe Mary was that the case of Gabrielle Rodriguez th that it I mean, she had to cross street to get to her metro bus was that the case that she's crossing busy roads are so crosswalk. She was crossing the busy road in the where where she crossed where she decided across. There wasn't a. Off long and a car did not see her. I it's horrific. I mean, you can't you can't have a crosswalk everywhere. No. But so what we need to do with our metro stops. So was looking see if we're putting kids in danger. And so we either need a change. You know, we need to change the bus stop sports crosswalk or have the bus come on the other side. So we're looking at that. And even where buses are dropping students off at some of the schools, sometimes dropping them off on the other side of the school. So they are having to cross a street to get to the school, and whether it's a crosswalk or not where change it now. So that students are able to get off on the school side of the bus, which you know, we just gotta do what we can't. Because there are some people that are driving distracting, and if these students aren't a crosswalk. They are being hit scary. I think the other thing too is is education is a factor as well. I mean, when you're a grown adult, and I've driven in areas of Cincinnati before we're you see people that just simply will walk right in front of the car. You know, you're driving, and I'll just stay even look, and I'll be on there. And it's like they'll walk slowly and deliberately across the street cutting. You know, jaywalking probably wouldn't be wise to give them a horn because you may have some other issues there. But you know, what I'm talking about is like people don't give a damn they think the world revolves around them when it comes to kids, though, I I have no idea of parents or educators in schools are talking about how to safely cross are we doing that in CPS, or they educating kids we educate them and a whole bunch of things outside of reading writing and rhythmic is is traffic education. A part of the curriculum at CPS, I think it was important to note that superintendent Mitchell Cain yesterday Tarlov public safety meeting. We are working with them and with metro and from what I understand they are talking to their students, and it's a hard thing in high school because high school kids are like we learned in kindergarten. And we know what both ways sometimes you've got to refresh that and especially with the you know issues that we've had with people being killed crossing in Crosswalks are crossing non Crosswalks need to have that discuss. Russian again, and part of it is ups starts so early and it's dark right now. And so people are going to school when it's dark, and it's hard to see, and you know, it just breaks my heart. And so we're gonna do everything that we can we split it extra five hundred thousand into pedestrian safety and really targeting some of the key areas in the city, we're working with metro, and I need encourage people to when you see one of the yellow buses, and that's fine. Goes there to stop you need to stop you must stop. And I can't tell you how many times I'll see someone on the other side, not stop, and, you know, you need to stop because it it's telling us a clear warning that there are going to be kids coming and sometimes kids just run out or they assume that the buses stopped the signs up. They're safe, and that's not necessarily the case. Drivers, we have a huge responsibility and anything that we can't. We don't want to be the person that's behind the wheel that is distracted for one minute and kill someone or injure. Someone is the most dangerous city in Ohio when it comes to car and pedestrian accident evidence, of course, by the fatal, the death of officer, del woods, and chlorine. But also Gabriella Rodriguez, and they're working to try and figure out what particularly about us here is causing so many, traffic pedestrian deaths. Amy Murray, co-chair lawn public safety city council. Thanks again. And have a great day. What we all stay on. And thank you. Appreciate it. There you go the causes. Why? Why are we so bad at this? And I guess the factors that lead up to it before you can prevent it. You also need to know the factors that are causing it. I have some observations we'll get yours at five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred pounds AT and T slowly seven hundred w w your shot.

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Back at at this morning. Seven hundred wwl wwl's tired after watching the national championship beat down last night. We'll be talking about that later on in the morning, and we begin with much much more serious news than college football. Of course. And it has to do with the safety of all of us as pedestrians and motorists than city Cincinnati at times, we're one or the other right, as you know, on Friday Coleraine police officer was struck and it turns out that that was a fatal accident. He's out investigating rain-soaked road and call rain. There was an accident there as often happens when whether gets implement and Dale woods gets out of his patrol car. He's a fifteen year veteran and Adele woods is then as he's investigating the crash struck himself and he succumbed to his injuries overnight. It just a heartbreaking story for those in this and in the community to when you lose a police officer in a fashion of being on the job like this, it affects all of us and something is as tragic as this. Of course. Wines. You bring you together. I know the the chlorine. Police department has received under Mark Danny a lot of encouragement. And of course, kind words I'll add to that mix in whatever slight way, they may be with the loss of officer. Del would passing away last night with his family by his side, and it kind of fits into what we're talking about this morning with law and public safety co-chair Amy Murray, and that is Cincinnati streets, and this is call rain, but I conclude call rain as much as Cincinnati's anything. Of course. And we've learned over the past couple of years at streets or Cincinnati are very very dangerous out of the big three cities in in the state, according to data from two thousand seventeen Cincinnati is the most dangerous we had a case of a young girl getting struck and killed in a crosswalk walking to school near western hills university high school, and we've had several accidents like this involving Carson passages the point where law and public safety has decided to take up the issue Amy Murray. Good morning, good morning. And I want to also extend my condolences in court. I'm so fat. And I noticed the whole communities just devastated with the loss of officer DALE'S. And you know, we're talking about pedestrian safety is a police officer. You never know what you're going to have to deal with on a day to day basis. And it's just waiting for our community all the public safety officers in the region when you lose someone I am just it's just devastating to watch for Dale any past I guess quietly last night too and fought like a like the where he is for the last few days hanging onto life. But did that make it, but you know, there's a bigger takeaway here too. And here's an officer Amy Marie investigating a crash scene, which means that you have lights on you have a well at area, you have patrol cars, of course, with their lights activated warning other motorists to slow down and be careful and yet he becomes another statistic. Unfortunately, when we're crossing the street downtown Cincinnati or anywhere. We don't have the same lights near us in the same protections in the alert. Two other people out there. And we have a lot of tragedies. What makes Cincinnati so uniquely different Amy Murray, in your opinion that we are the most dangerous of Ohio's three biggest cities when it comes to pedestrians and cars why? Well, you know, I it's we're looking at it, and we had this. Let me go back. We we had a medium on public safety yesterday and Gaby Rodriguez parents were there, and she was a girl that was struck and killed by, you know, high school, and we're trying to deal with city council of how can we prevent any of this from happening, and especially right now schools because we have a lot of kids that are getting on metro buses while it dark in the morning crossing streets, where maybe Dr Crosswalks, and you know, part of what we're doing is we're putting flashing lights in the Crosswalks in the school area. But people know, but what's interesting Sloan is as you may recall a few weeks ago. There was another person that was struck a date or high school. And there was a police officer with their lights on at that. Same intersection. So people knew that there was a crosswalk coming up. There's a police car there were lights and someone was still struck. So what we really really have to focus on is driver, safety and pedestrian safety. And we're going to do everything we can to get lights and flashing things and signed twit people know, but I just ask everyone out there. That's driving. We just have to be more vigilant. We absolutely must and out there. The Rodriguez family. Mr. MRs Rodriguez came in yesterday too public safety and talked about the death of their daughter. Their lost. And it just really strike home. That is a driver you're driving. You might not notice if someone comes out, you know, we always childhood between parked cars. So I just encourage everyone that's driving just be extra vigilant. I even noticed myself after this meeting yesterday because it was just so devastating. There were probably three times that I had cracked my cellphone. I'm driving either changing the radio station or someone call them. I know I'm just focusing on the road. And I'd agree. I found I've been driving behind you. You're a terrible driver. But I'm just encouraging people that you really have to just stay focused and just say whatever else is going on in the car you have to ignore it. You should not be texting on the phone or anything like that. I mean because when you just hear the loss of a family to their daughter that was killed by a car. And now officer would then you know, it happened. I think more than four hundred times in the greater Cincinnati area that was hit by a car. And so and I would encourage pedestrians. Also when you are crossing a street, you know, whether it's at a crosswalk, which ideally where it should be. But if it's not you got to really look because you can't assume the cars are going to see you. And you know, we really need to get that message out that every needs. We're gonna do everything we can to make Crosswalks in areas safer and superintendent Mitchell was at our meeting yesterday because the CPS superintendent because she's so concerned about this. And you know, part of it is if you have a metro buses picking students up if it's not near crosswalk. Walk then you are going to have people on the other side of the road crossings, and some of these roads are very busy in the morning and all day long. So we're really looking at those. So that we're not forcing our high school students are junior high students to have to cross it in a dangerous area council person, Amy she's co-chair law and public safety talking about Cincinnati streets is the most dangerous in Ohio when it comes to pedestrian and car accidents, four hundred accidents in there was something like nine or ten fails. I believe in Hamlin county alone last year, which is a high watermark over the last two decades and this fits in, of course, with the profound tragedy of the death of officer. Dell wasn't cool rain struck by a car while investigating a crash scene. And I look at this Amy Murray in as you dig down to the details of these accidents now, those fatal accidents, and you were saying, you know, be careful behind the wheel of a car don't text and drive pay attention, but in almost all except for the Gabrielle Rodriguez tragedy. She was crossing crosswalk and out of the ten nine of them. The pedestrian was at fault. So I look at that and go can we do better with Crosswalks, but do people just not care or pay attention when they're walking I understand the driving element. And it's easy to let lay the blame. It it distractions and devices, but what responsibility in burden does the pedestrian have. Well, they absolutely do. And part of our transplant part of what our transportation department said yesterday. Excuse me, is that we need more. I guess three in education, and that's not going to solve the problem. But especially for school students, excuse me, we need to let them know that they need to be careful when they get in cross even if you're in a crosswalk, you're not invincible cars are still coming. They might not see you. And so we're looking right now at least at the school Crosswalks of quitting fines up, you know. Just reminding people some of the new systems that we're going to have slow any persons in the crosswalk would hit a light. And then it will start flashing so that motorists know that they're coming. So hopefully by three and doing that don't think about it. And we need to make sure that they do press the button for the light goes off. So that motorists notice are in that crosswalk, but you know, someone's driving along and if they're distracted for a minute and looking down and you get in the crosswalk. They might not see you. And even though you have the right away. It's a bigger vehicle. You know, you're the one that's going to be injured. So we're really trying to work with people that when you're in a crosswalk you've got to proceed with. Caution. And I can't tell you how many times, you know. I see people that go and Crosswalks and assume I'm in a crosswalk. Safe. But you absolutely cannot assume that you need to look every direction, and if a car is coming you'd have that I contact with the driver to make sure that they see your eyes. And you know, that they see you. Yeah. No question about that. And and that is the thing even in a car, I look left. I look, right. I look left again before I drive through an intersection this morning. I'm driving and getting off the ramp to to Montgomery road here at the station off seventy one and my light turns green, I look left. Look, right. I look left again about to hit the gas in this dude blows through the late late red light had I just gone as soon as the light turned green like a race car. I. You know, he's pretty far away. I don't think I would have been struck. I probably would have reacted. But that's why you gotta do that. Because people aren't paying attention and clearly blowing through a red light. So he can get the McDonald's I love to go and slap that guy around, but I had to get to work to come talk to you. So. We we have these tragedies across all the time because people are in a hurry. Is it really that important to get that Cup of coffee is worth deliberately going through a red light or not paying attention. Because you gotta get that text message that someone just sent you. All it takes us a simple distraction. I'm guilty of it as anyone else looking at my phone driving fast. I I get it. Here's me preaching. And I need to take better care. How I handle my business behind the wheel. Because in the blink of an eye. It could be over for you or a complete stranger whose life could end tragically like like this, officer woods and Coleraine township. And that's again, that's an active crashing where you have lights activated. That's the one. I don't understand is is this happens. All the time you see videos like the state highway patrol where they've got a vehicle pulled over the lights are activated. The troopers on the side of the road, and bam somebody hits the car. I don't understand how you don't get over or how you wind up striking a vehicle that has its lights activated. That makes no sense to me. It makes absolutely no sense. And we've had two accidents like that with officer woods, and then the young girl at high school where priests lights were flashing. We were sitting there we as a city. We're trying to do everything we could to what people know here's a crosswalk, and so it's really both on the driver. And honestly, Australian, but you know, I think of myself as a conscientious driver but yesterday after the Rodriguez family where they are. And it just touched me so much because having you know, they lost a daughter and people can look down and be distracted in a minute. And not only could you hit song. But your life changes. Also, you know, no one wakes up in the morning and gets behind the wheel of their car and thinks that this is going to happen. And when it happens, you hear people say, I just looked down for a minute or I get that. So you know, I would just encourage everyone. We've really got a relook at it. Because when you and I learned to drive you didn't have all those distractions. You might have a cassette tape in your car. But you know, you didn't have a lot of distractions of other things that are going to buzz and beef in your car. So I think urge everyone driving right now. Just be extra cautious. And, you know, the Rodriguez family made a comment and said, you know, we had never walked with our daughter the route she went to school to realize how dangerous it was or as far as where she had across some of the streets..

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Friendships. A man has now been charged with felony child endangerment. After a four year old boy shot himself in the chest Friday afternoon in north Avondale. It happened at an apartment on Burton avenue. Police have not said how the child got a hold of the nine millimeter pistol. But twenty year old to Rica's mitchum was taken into custody at last word. The little boy remains in critical but stable. Condition were hoping to get an update later today. A second Cincinnati police officer is now being investigated for using the N word. Cincinnati chapter of the ACP is calling for the immediate termination of now to see PD officers after allegedly using the N word in the field last weekend. Chief Elliott Isaac said that he discovered on bodycam video that officer Dennis Barnett used the racial slur. After a woman he was arresting shoved him Barnett has been placed on desk duty during an investigation. Now, he's finding out that officer Dante hill used the word while responding to a disturbance at an apartment complex back in September city manager Patrick do. Haney says it hill wasn't punished out the time because he incident was incorrectly. Categorized when presented chief Isaac. Both incidents are being investigated by the internal investigation section. Troy Adams radio seven hundred w l w police in Warren county are still looking for one of the men who escaped from the community Correctional Center on Friday. The sheriff says that Logan. Seven was arrested Friday afternoon near state route sixty three in Monroe, but James Adams, the third remains on the loose. You can see his photo at seven hundred w w dot com. If you can help police call crime stoppers at three five to thirty forty new lighting is going up near the Crosswalks at data and western hills. High school's this after pleas from concerned parents to improve the safety of their children thirteen students have been hit by cars this year while walking to class fifteen year old Gabrielle Rodriguez was killed in a hit and run. The search is still on for the driver of the car that hit.

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I was the only car going across the bridge. And you just look downtown you slow smoke emanating from lower Manhattan, the images seared into his memory along with the Twenty-three NYPD officers killed on September eleventh and the one hundred fifty six killed in the years since by related illnesses. Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York. The Hamilton county coroner plans to discuss findings today from the fatal shooting at the downtown. Cincinnati Bank building the details will be released this afternoon, and they come four days after fifth third Bank, employees and contractors were killed last week. The gunman was then shot and killed by Cincinnati police officers. Meanwhile, today, one of the two survivors of that shooting is now home from the hospital for the first time after last Thursday shooting. Cincinnati police continue to look for the driver in a deadly hit and run accident. Detectives are searching for a while. Twenty ten Toyota Corolla it struck and killed a fifteen year old Gabrielle Rodriguez yesterday morning on Harrison avenue, the western hills high school student was struck by a passing van and then he fatally hit by that wanted suspect. She regained as she regained her footing in the middle of the street. Current Ohio State attorney general and GOP candidate for governor. Mike dewine says he opposes issue one which will be on the November sixth ballot. If past issue one would reclassify most cases of drug possession as a misdemeanor prohibit jail time for drug offenders until their third arrest within twenty four months and allow convicted nonviolent inmates a chance to reduce sentences through work in education programs. Apple is expected to unveil some new products tomorrow do expect to see not only one new iphone, but actually as many as three according to the rumor mill Dana woman is editor in. Chief for the tech blog e gadget the past year. Apple has unveiled the latest versions of their iphones ahead of the holiday shopping season. Will apparently be a third phone that's a little smaller than the standard phone, and that looks a lot like this year's iphone ten but maybe sacrifices just enough premium features at the price comes down by a few hundred bucks radio seven hundred wwl sports. Here's a reds. Obey scooter Jeanette had four hits a three Rb is Joey Votto, editor to run double the reds knock off the dodgers last night ten to six game two of the series tonight. Seven hundred w what obese coverage begins at five forty with the Salvator USA inside pitch Tri state Chevy dealers extra show after the game. Soccer the match between FC Cincinnati Louisville FC resumes tonight at Louisville slugger field in the thirty eighth minutes. Cincinnati leads at one nil. Bill Denison, NewsRadio seven hundred w w sports. The forecast is next seven hundred wwl w news time five oh five. My house are moving.

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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02:08 min | 3 years ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Tonight. I've got mostly cloudy and fifty six is a low coming up tomorrow. We're talking about seventy three still a few clouds around partly sunny skies later this week and climbing back to the eighties. That's the forecast, and I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh radar shows. Just clouds in the tri-state at sixty three degrees. News is a service of Queen city sausage. Very heavy right now duct Carlos Blair is the principle of western hills high school there were grief counselors at that school today after a student was killed in a hit skip that happened this morning on Harrison avenue. Police say fifteen year old Gabrielle Rodriguez was fatally struck by a car that kept going. It's described as a white Toyota Corolla with Ohio plates, possibly driven by an Hispanic woman, if you can help police call crime stoppers the three five to thirty forty Cincinnati is finally getting a break from the rain and flooding concerns are dying down, but not the Ohio river river band. Does not expect to be ready for this? Thursday's sold out Jason aldean concert. It announced today. May not concert has been canceled. News Radio seven hundred wwl sports. Here's a reds update. The reds dodgers open up a three-game series tonight at great American ballpark. Seven hundred w coverage coming up at five forty where the Salvator USA inside pitch tristate Chevy dealers extra show after the game reds third baseman eight who radio swore has been selected by major league baseball and the players association to take part in two thousand eighteen Japan all star series the event featuring seven games across Japan, November eighth through the fifteenth Bengals update Bengals after their win. Yesterday to start the regular season have a short week the home opener Thursday night up against the Baltimore Ravens. Get more tonight on Bengals line life and the holy grail. Banks starting at six ESPN fifteen thirty special guest tonight from the Bengals this Clayton pendulum. Build NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w sport. On Wall Street today at the close the Dow into down fifty nine points to finish at twenty five thousand eight fifty seven NASDAQ up twenty two the SNP up five I'm Jack crumley. Our next update at five o'clock, breaking news anytime NewsRadio seven hundred wwl to the Penn station athlete of the year program. Sponsored by seven hundred wwl w ESPN.

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"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"gabrielle rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cincinnati police are asking for anyone who witnessed this morning's hit skip on Harrison avenue to call them. Fifteen year old Gabrielle Rodriguez a student at western hills high school was trying to catch a bus when she was clipped by one passing vehicle. Police say she fell and was then struck by another car that did not stop the girl was pronounced dead at the hospital. Police are looking for a white Toyota Corolla with Ohio plates if you can help police call crime stoppers at three five to thirty forty. Meantime, a seventeen year old suffered serious injuries in a crash on river road in Saddam's Ville this morning. Police say that teen went left of center and hit an. Coming pickup. The teen is in critical condition. The other drivers suffered minor injuries attorneys for President Trump and his former attorney Michael Cohen are asking federal court to end porn star. Stormy Daniels lawsuit against them agreeing to rescind the nondisclosure agreement that required her not to talk about an alleged sexual encounter with Trump years before he was elected an encounter, the president still deny in a new court filing. Stormy daniels. Attorney Michael avenue is asking a federal judge here in LA knocked to dismiss the case against President Trump and Michael Cohen novenas is arguing Cohen and Trump had been waging an intimidation campaign against Daniels. Novel Nadi claims requesting the case be dismissed is President Trump's way of avoiding a deposition judge James Otero here in L A will now decide the future of the case. Alex stone, ABC news, Los Angeles. Here's the reds update. The reds are home playing the dodgers tonight. We will have coverage starting with the inside pitch at five forty on Wall Street right now, the Dow was down seventeen points. The NASDAQ is up twenty. Three..

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