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3-year old Gary boy shot south of Chicago

WGN Programming

00:25 sec | 9 months ago

3-year old Gary boy shot south of Chicago

"Year old boy was hospitalized earlier this morning after suffering three gunshot wounds in Gary, Indiana. The police say his mother was at work when it happened. The caretaker is being questioned. Sam Cook's tells w G and he lives nearby in the 1700 block of East Seventh Avenue, and that was all right. I don't really know the four story but the thought of a chapel in a trigger three time now there's been no update on the boy's medical condition.

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The Ammons Haunting

Ghost Town

03:48 min | 11 months ago

The Ammons Haunting

"A swarm of black flies. Unidentified wet boot prints a twelve year old levitating above her bed a nine year old boy walking backwards up a wall. And that is just the beginning of the amazon's haunting in november. Two thousand eleven. The evans family moved into a rental house on three eight. Six carolina. street. In gary indiana in two thousand fourteen. The story of the two hundred demons house went public in a bit for a haunting. Yes and i wanted to do a haunting. But i didn't wanna do one from seventeen thirty two. That's my job. Yeah i'll i'll dredge up an old hundred year old woman fairness that's when a lot of those happened. That's where a lot of those were born but defined one and again. This is finding this but something that's relatively current even for us is a relatively current haunting. Episode of the year is ending a want to get some haunted. Got some haunted. And i was so happy that you went that route. I often find to finding something for the podcast. That's different to not your standard garden variety haunt to something that is strive to do and it can be hard. You know i think haunted episodes are probably the most few and far between. Because they're generally unsubstantiated yes as opposed to true crime or something strange historically exactly go into records and test monis with with go stuff it can be a little dicey so what happened between two thousand eleven and two thousand fourteen everything. Nothing did not happen. Everything had in. But what makes this case so public and we'll find troubling okay. Is that it heavily. Involved the department of child services. Or as i recall them child protective services based on my interactions with child protective services. I'm not apparent when i was interviewed by them as a child really. No yeah wait because your parents had an unsafe for what what happened to you. What happened you. There was there was a time and this is a kind of a brief time. Because i moved out relatively soon after but we have had rats living in the walls. It's everything about you. It's at the poverty. Chapter of my life wasn't extremely long but there was just the rest of the time just been coasting on ab just broke peanut. Skateboard sunglasses at forty eight. No rats when you involve the the safety and wellbeing of children it gets a little bit it gets dicey to say the very least and there were eight hundred pages of official records that were obtained by the indianapolis star. Well which indianapolis newspapers in sources are a little bit skewed. I'm finding lee. Really lean into foul. Was gary indiana and maybe this running area very religious. Almost bibles else as hsieh checks. No indiana riverboat in indiana one time and i might as well have been in the deep south. They take their religion very seriously. And yeah and the spirituality of it and the idea of ghosts and those things are not are not lost on them and that plays a lot into the story. So some of these. And i'm not trying to say they're good or bad and that since they really skew into. This seems very legitimate when not necessarily true. Yeah

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"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And burgers and bars. Gary Indiana will continue Michael should pay is over there with an update on the news fire in Mission Hills has burned about five acres near Holy Cross Medical Center. Nearly city Fire Department says the fire was burning in trees and medium brush with very little wind. Officials now say that the fire was first reported as an explosion believed to have been caused by a transformer. They say people on CNN reporting down Power Lines County health director says she is concerned that a projected surgeon covered 19 cases will Max out the county's hospital bed space, Dr Barbara for Air says As of yesterday, there are 1921 patients being treated for the virus. 28% of the people are in the I C u an 18% of the people who are hospitalized. Are on ventilators says there are 1500 additional hospital bed throughout the county that already for covert 19 patients by at the current rate of spread. Those beds could fill up pretty fast Marine Corps says that a soldier that shot himself on the base of 29 palms is being treated at a hospital in Palm Springs Captain Nicole Ply Mail says It was a report of gunfire 6 30 this morning near a gym on the east side of the base, and there's a report suggested that there was an active shooter in the basement on lock down for a couple of hours by mail says When military police arrived on scene, they found a man with a self inflicted gunshot wound climbing all says the soldiers. Injuries are not known, and it's not clear if the shooting was intentional. People in Southgate are trying to catch a kitten killer. Ah, Home Security camera shows a woman with hair dyed orange, reaching across a short fence to grab a small kitten at night. She also grabbed a can of bug spray than she sprayed on the kittens, mouth and further kitten was later found dead with a broken job. He could do that.

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"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Out these divorced yet so no I'm not number manically interested I just you know here's a man who likes a cheese steak and beer and she's Gary Indiana we gaze at ten AM Lou yeah we are we're off the rails the way on KFI KFI am six forty live everywhere on the I heart radio app welcome to Wednesday I'm glad you're here and Jennifer Jones Lee and some of the stories were watching in the KFI twenty four hour news room orange county and several cities in O. C. have submitted plans to re open beaches with certain restrictions and time limits to supervisors say Orange County was targeted and the board shouldn't have to ask to open beaches the state's already approved several OC beaches to open with certain activity restrictions and time limits and a federal judge has ruled governor Newsom was within his rights to ban church gatherings in the interest of public health the ruling out of Sacramento yesterday says Newsome did not violate the constitutional rights to religion and free assembly at five thirty five it's our business buzz with CNBC's Jane wells we're gonna talk food food and more food James story this week for C. N. B. C. was to look at the current status and future of go grocery stores and as she put it to me it's not pretty right now so not only will we talk about possible meet shortages but we'll find out what's going on in the packing plants what about other food prices how long might this continue all of that will cram in with Jane in just a second right now let's say let ABC's Tom rivers Hey Tom so is this a scandal because of the scandalous story and the lifetime movie plot is it the fact that it is one of the lead research scientist in the U. K. that is had to resign it's got a little bit of both interesting Jenna burly guys kind of learn if you will the resumption of modeling the ferry okay Christmas couldn't be the bottle the lockdown in the UK you were going to broke his own rules and what his what his water coming over to his place get into the details for you she's married and his shoes over there with him the daily telegraph's smells a darn good story they run with it bottom line is that this professor Neil burger send her through our results with his scientific advisory role with the government now because you can't be in a situation where you're designing the whales for sixty five million people and then not then decided not to follow them yourself good news said but it wasn't me she just insisted she'd she came over one of the twisters listening if you're tested positive for Colbert thank you earlier so he said well I got I got a meal ready for move so I can go up or do whatever I want you to know that hasn't been proven yet without a shadow of a doubt so what kind of out on a limb here by himself and I would think to they keep peace making accusations like that our claims like that I should say then this is going to win probably a lot of his research into question with people going Hey wait a minute you're making assumptions that you really have not had proven yet so how are you the right guy to put together these models what was interesting is a model and a bell projected something of a neighbor of two hundred fifty thousand Britons would be dying because of colder you know that you might be right somewhere down the road but as of right now I think we're done about roughly about thirty thousand people all right here so you know he's he's he's way way off almost by power plant and then almost adds insult to his scandalous injury because what he was predicting was making it look so incredibly dire yet he still was willing to make the rules yeah still no winner hello are you have to yeah you had to resign the health secretary will help bring us about this and today on the various shows over here the morning shows then you just kind of a loss for words look you are usually stronger shoulders Matt Hancock and he said oh no we had to go he's done the right thing you've left in a story what a course there are a lot of other sciences all my panel developing those strategies and putting forward their scientific you'd be well point of view on where the government should go for Johnson in the commissary hinting that there could be some relaxing of some very minor things probably as early as Monday wow okay well we'll be watching for that then that'll be kind of the next part of this story thank you so don't so much time I'm not sure if that was the lifetime movie plot or if yeah the news report I kind of like these let's keep these like I do I like these dramatic wins let's keep this going all right see you later Tom ABC's Tom rivers of you can't make those kinds of stories up and you know you know what that movie producers are already casting this I support you know what I'm gonna find a picture of this guy and I'll tweet it out and you guys can tell me who you think he said who should play him I'll be fine this morning I'm trying to picture it and I'll tweet it out in a second it's kind of a tall at night since a time no idea how tall he is he looks in the picture sort of tall thin blinds and I don't know all of us are you I can't decide who I think it should be let's get back to some of the stories coming out of the K. five twenty four hour news room food trucks the big getting permits from Caltrans to sell food at state rest stops amid the cove in nineteen shut downs some truckers Italy so creek rest stop near camp Pendleton have mixed feelings about food trucks at rest stops going to be a little problem because it's too much people get together Vissi rode the food truck culture I would softer most definitely I would destructor says a new way to get lunch is helpful I hear from drivers that are all over the road this struggle to find food these guys say some variety would be nice if fruit for those details from a year and chicken Mexican food some food trucks have been going to rest stops near palm springs in Barstow on the tip top of San Diego county rob Newton KFI news Nike is putting a little pep in the step sum some healthcare workers the athletic brand has announced plans to donate thirty thousand pairs of its air zoom pole shoes to medical workers fighting over nineteen issues will be donated to hospitals and healthcare centers in New York City Chicago Memphis and Los Angeles as well as the veterans health administration issue donation as part of Nike's pledge to give away over one hundred forty thousand pieces of footwear apparel and equipment around the world during this pandemic the company says the donation is worth over five and a half million dollars Gina grad KFI news well speaking of healthcare workers on this the national nurses day huge shout out to all the nurses who are listening on the I heart radio apps were here locally in southern California all across the nation we know how important you have been to all of us during this corona virus pandemic and will continue to be and even if it's just a national day to highlight you it's not even close to what we can do to say thank you now on that note Dunkin a southern California wants to say thank you on this national nurses day and is offering a free medium hot or iced coffee and a free doughnut no purchase necessary.

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"gary indiana" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Eight six six ninety right I let's go to Jim in Gary Indiana Jim welcome you're on but I. radio welcome to the show about the Harvard getting that money hi good morning guys there was during my thirty minute break down Gerry and I would listen to you guys like Google Harvard's endowment yes it's conservatively worth between twenty two and forty billion dollars yes how in the world could even claim that they need any money it just doesn't make sense to me well it doesn't matter whether they claim they need the money or not it's the fact it's not Harvard's fault it's the fault of politicians all right it's it's the politicians putting together something so quickly that no thought went into it right which is what happens this is what happens when you say let's start spending trillions of dollars and come and and make the entire of plan in just a couple of days it was inevitable that this was going to happen it's inevitable that there are people out there because we look at this gem about okay let's look at the nuclear family affect here of the stimulus payment and that's for a family of four thirty four hundred dollars right well did we have to we qualify every family there to determine whether or not they were affected by directly or indirectly by Colvin I mean but it it goes on or not go ahead yeah or for like my wife and I I'm a truck driver I'm working yeah my wife works for the gas company in Illinois she's working yeah right we're gonna take our twelve hundred whatever the hundred dollars we're going to get and donated to our church while all right yeah good good well the the the church of Eric in Gary yes if you want the address will make sure that you could get that immediately because we're honest and pure here yeah but you know this is the thought was and and and and what it was on the largest level Jim honestly was this I'm desperation to change the psychology of a in terms of fear of the American people okay handle it and that's what it comes down to and I would not want to be a governor a mayor a judge or president in a situation like or lawmaker in a situation like this because there is no winning here but you couldn't sit back and do nothing except for the fact that all right now we can all take a breath and say all right what's next because we've had more time to judge the problem too I guess maybe qualify the problem in terms of the size the magnitude the effect on the economy and I think we have to be a lot more thoughtful going forward I expected them not not that I applauded the two point five trillion but I expected them to do a lot that first time out and thank you by the way we appreciate that and thank you truck drivers all of you Jim and everybody out there delivering the goods for America every single day we greatly appreciate that but it comes down to this I mean it comes down to from cnet you know I'm I'm hoping there is a foot on the brake pedal that we can look back at that we can stop and say okay that first round it was really a mess on many different levels we have to get in now with the scalpel and decide where that money is going to go where the smart money really is on solving a crisis this is emergency relief if we're going to do that that it needs to be focused on the relief the relief part of it for those who were affected full stop well you know you the fox news story here that's talking about the fact that restaurants the retail you know since the whole PPP was set up as a loan or a grant if you kept people hired.

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"gary indiana" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Number eight six six ninety right I let's go to Jim in Gary Indiana Jim welcome you're on but I. radio welcome to the show about the Harvard getting that money hi good morning guys there was during my thirty minute break down Gerry and I would listen to you guys like Google Harvard's endowment yes it's conservatively worth between twenty two and forty billion dollars yes how in the world could even claim that they need any money it just doesn't make sense to me well it doesn't matter whether they claim they need the money or not it's the fact it's not Harvard's fault it's the fault of politicians right it's it's the politicians putting together something so quickly that no thought went into it right which is what happens this is what happens when you say let's start spending trillions of dollars and come and and make the entire plan in just a couple of days it was inevitable that this was going to happen it's inevitable that there are people out there because we look at this gem about okay let's look at the nuclear family affect here of the stimulus payment and that's for a family of four thirty four hundred dollars right well did we have to we qualify every family there to determine whether or not they were affected by directly or indirectly by Colvin I mean but it it goes on or not go ahead yeah or for like my wife and I I'm a truck driver I worked at yeah my wife works for the gas company in Illinois she's worked at yeah right we're gonna take our twelve hundred whatever the hundred dollars we're going to get and donated to our church while all right yeah good good well the the the church of Eric in Gary yes if you want the address will make sure that you could get that immediately because we're honest and pure here yeah but you know this is the thought was and and and and what it was on the largest level Jim honestly was this I'm desperation to change the psychology of a in terms of fear of the American people okay and and that's what it comes down to and I would not want to be a governor a mayor a judge or president in a situation like or lawmaker in a situation like this because there is no winning here but you couldn't sit back and do nothing except for the fact that all right now we can all take a breath and say all right what's next because we've had more time to judge the problem too I guess DOT maybe qualify the problem in terms of the size the magnitude the effect on the economy and I think we have to be a lot more thoughtful going forward I expected them not not that I applauded the two point five trillion but I expected them to do a lot that first time out and thank you by the way we appreciate that and thank you truck drivers all of you Jim and everybody out there delivering the goods for America every single day we greatly appreciate that but it comes down to this I mean it comes down to from cnet you know I'm I'm hoping there is a foot on the brake pedal that we can look back at that we can stop and say okay that first round it was really a mess on many different levels we have to get in now with the scalpel and decide where that money is going to go where the smart money really is on solving a crisis this is emergency relief if we're going to do that that it needs to be focused on the relief the relief part of it for those who were affected full stop well you know you the fox news story here that's talking about the fact that restaurants the retail you know since the whole PPP was set up as a loan or a grant if you kept people.

Gary Indiana Jim Harvard
"gary indiana" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Number eight six six ninety right I let's go to Jim in Gary Indiana Jim welcome you're on but I. radio welcome to the show about the Harvard getting that money hi good morning good night thirty minute break down Gerry and I would listen to you guys like Google Harvard's endowment yes it's conservatively worth between twenty two and forty billion dollars yes how in the world could even claim that they needed the money it doesn't make sense to me well it doesn't matter whether they claim they need the money or not it's the fact it's not Harvard's fault it's the fault of right it's it's the politicians putting together something so quickly that no thought went into it right which is what happens this is what happens when you say let's start spending trillions of dollars and come and and make the entire plan in just a couple of days it was inevitable that this was going to happen it's inevitable that there are people out there because we look at this gem about okay let's look at the nuclear family affect here of the stimulus payment and that's for a family of four thirty four hundred dollars right well did we have to we qualify every family there to determine whether or not they were affected by directly or indirectly by Colvin I mean but it it goes on or not go ahead yeah all right my wife tonight I'm a truck driver I'm working yeah my wife works for the gas company in Illinois she's working yeah right we're gonna take our twelve hundred whatever under dollars we're going to get and donated to our church wow all right yeah good good well the the the church of Eric in Gary yes if you want the address will make sure that you could get that immediately because we're honest in pure here yeah but you know this is the thought was and and and and what it was on the largest level Jim honestly was this desperation to change the psychology of a in terms of fear of the American people okay adult and that's what it comes down to and I would not want to be a governor a mayor a judge or president in a situation like or lawmaker in a situation like this because there is no win here but you couldn't sit back and do nothing except for the fact that all right now we can all take a breath and say all right what's next because we've had more time to judge the problem too I guess maybe qualify the problem in terms of the size the magnitude the effect on the economy and I think we have to be a lot more thoughtful going forward I expected them not not that I applauded the two point five trillion but I expected them to do a lot that first time out and thank you by the way we appreciate that and thank you truck drivers all of you Jim and everybody out there delivering the goods for America every single day we greatly appreciate that but it comes down to this I mean it comes down to from cnet you know I'm I'm hoping there is a foot on the brake pedal that we could look back at that we can stop and say okay that first round it was really a mess on many different levels we have to get in now with the scalpel and decide where that money is going to go where the smart money really is on solving a crisis this is emergency relief if we're going to do that that it needs to be focused on the relief the relief part of it for those who were affected full stop well you know you the fox news story here that's talking about the fact that restaurants the retail you know since the whole PPP was set up as a loan or a grant if you kept people hired.

Gary Indiana Jim Harvard
"gary indiana" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Right I let's go to Jim in Gary Indiana Jim welcome you're on but I. radio welcome to the show about the Harvard getting that money hi good morning guys there was during my thirty minute break down Gerry and I would listen to you guys like Google Harvard's endowment yes it's conservatively worth between twenty two and forty billion dollars yes how in the world can even claim that they need any money it doesn't make sense to me well it doesn't matter whether they claim they need the money or not it's the fact it's not Harvard's fault it's the fault of politicians all right it's it's the politicians putting together something so quickly that no thought went into it right which is what happens this is what happens when you say let's start spending trillions of dollars and come and and make the entire of plan in just a couple of days it was inevitable that this was going to happen it's inevitable that there are people out there because we look at this gem about okay let's look at the nuclear family affect here of the stimulus payment and that's for a family of four thirty four hundred dollars right well did we have to we qualify every family there to determine whether or not they were affected by directly or indirectly by Colvin I mean but it it goes on or not go ahead yeah or for like my wife and I I'm a truck driver I worked at yeah my wife works for the gas company in Illinois she's working yeah right we're gonna take our twelve hundred whatever under dollars we're going to get and donated to our church wow all right yeah good good well the the the church of Eric in Gary yes if you want the address will make sure that you could get that immediately because we're honest and pure here yeah but you know this is the thought was and and and and what it was I'm the largest level Jim honestly was this I'm desperation to change the psychology of a in terms of fear of the American people okay handle it and that's what it comes down to and I would not want to be a governor a mayor a judge or president in a situation like or lawmaker in a situation like this because there is no winning here but you couldn't sit back and do nothing except for the fact that all right now we can all take a breath and say all right what's next because we've had more time to judge the problem too I guess maybe qualify the problem in terms of the size the magnitude the effect on the economy and I think we have to be a lot more thoughtful going forward I expected them not not that I applauded the two point five trillion but I expected them to do a lot that first time out and thank you by the way we appreciate that and thank you truck drivers all of you Jim and everybody out there delivering the goods for America every single day we greatly appreciate that but it comes down to this I mean it comes down to from cnet you know I'm I'm hoping there is a foot on the brake pedal that we can look back at that we can stop and say okay that first round it was really a mess on many different levels we have to get in now with the scalpel and decide where that money is going to go where the smart money really is on solving a crisis this is emergency relief if we're going to do that that it needs to be focused on the relief the relief part of it for those who were affected full stop well you know you did fox news story here that's talking about the fact that restaurants the retail you know since the whole PPP was set up as a loan or a grant if you kept people hired.

Gary Indiana Jim Harvard
"gary indiana" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Eight six six ninety right I let's go to Jim in Gary Indiana Jim welcome you're on but I. radio welcome to the show about the Harvard getting that money hi good morning guys there was during my thirty minute break down Gerry and I would listen to you guys so I googled harbored sit down mate yes it's conservatively worth between twenty two and forty billion dollars yes how in the world can even claim that they needed the money it just doesn't make sense to me well it doesn't matter whether they claim they need the money or not it's the fact it's not Harvard's fault it's the fault of politicians right it's it's the politicians putting together something so quickly that no thought went into it right which is what happens this is what happens when you say let's start spending trillions of dollars and come and and make the entire plan in just a couple of days it was inevitable that this was going to happen it's inevitable that there are people out there because we look at this gem about okay let's look at the nuclear family affect here of the stimulus payment and that's for a family of four thirty four hundred dollars right well did we have to we qualify every family there to determine whether or not they were affected by directly or indirectly by Colvin I mean but it it goes on or not go ahead yeah or for like my wife and I I'm a truck driver I'm working yeah my wife works for the gas company in Illinois she's working yeah right we're gonna take our twelve hundred whatever the hundred dollars we're going to get and donated to our church wow all right yeah good good well the the the church of Eric in Gary yes if you want the address will make sure that you could get that immediately because we're honest and pure here yeah but but you know this is the thought was and and and and what it was on the largest level Jim honestly was this I'm desperation to change the psychology of a in terms of fear of the American people okay and and that's what it comes down to and I would not want to be a governor a mayor a judge or president in a situation like or lawmaker in a situation like this because there is no win here but you couldn't sit back and do nothing except for the fact that all right now we can all take a breath and say all right what's next because we've had more time to judge the problem too I guess maybe qualify the problem in terms of the size the magnitude the effect on the economy and I think we have to be a lot more thoughtful going forward I expected them not not that I applauded the two point five trillion but I expected them to do a lot that first time out and thank you by the way we appreciate that and thank you truck drivers all of you Jim and everybody out there delivering the goods for America every single day we greatly appreciate that but it comes down to this I mean it comes down to from cnet you know I'm I'm hoping there is a foot on the brake pedal that we can look back at that we can stop and say okay that first round it was really a mess on many different levels we have to get in now with the scalpel and decide where that money is going to go where the smart money really is on solving a crisis this is emergency relief if we're going to do that that it needs to be focused on the relief the relief part of it for those who are affected full stop well you know you did fox news story here that's talking about the fact that restaurants the retail you know since the whole PPP was set up as a loan or a grant if you kept people hired will.

Gary Indiana Jim Harvard
"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Recorded you guys are up there slobbering over each of the governor and the mayor of Sacramento you know you meeting the moment better know your a moment of all the moments to be met Gary Indiana you are me you are a wonderful Johnny can show John KFI am six forty live everywhere on the I heart radio lap but you just heard our interview with the doctor Anthony Fauci finally got him on the show we'll talk about that a moment one important thing to tell you from the mayor yoga pants and nightly update is that is sensual businesses in LA in those are the only ones that should be open right that's medical providers in the restaurants they could deny service to you starting Friday John if you don't wear a face covering I really hate this so think about that we got a card that says that in LA that's really crossed the line with me I don't have to do that I talked to them I can't stand wearing the damn face mask I really just physically can't stand might be an improvement so far the city recommended but demand I people over their face when venturing into Salt Lake but this is a step in the right direction every day every day he's got something new yes for weeks it didn't matter why is it today it matters sooner or later in fact with Google to actually see your movement to decide that you are gone too no he's gone too far now we were made to ensure success you're on the air your essential no I know I'm essential I just don't I don't want to walk around the mask no I know I know you're very I just don't okay set against it I guess I just don't like it it's gross it really is gross it's all hot and moist in there add picture I think in New York City a couple of officials came out and what they did they took the band Dennison tied them they look like the old west of stagecoach robbers yeah with the Pendennis up around there's always a down to under their chin it looks ridiculous it's gotten it's gotten so he ran to things the band things too close but he's got to justify his that is that nightly speech why was anywhere in a mask when he came out to talk to people in public there I guess in a room by myself with that everything so we had that port guy with them so everything's over kill that we ought to have another chance to talk to doctor felt she heard him say later at the corona virus task force when he was asked about you getting back to normal I think it's a the thing on most people's minds people are concerned with catching the virus and getting sick from a chore but they also want to know you know what we free well it was good resume work when can resume the activities that gave us life it's good he said we don't have to wait till it hits absolute zero with that yes these cases that's really sad the future will bring us with the treatments in the vaccine the vaccine could take awhile but eventually will be able to isolate the people that have the virus if you get more testing going and then we can contact rate so we can really get a handle on it you know what I can't stand and I I don't know what category to put these people in but that the one to the well I don't know this may go through the fall this may go three and a half no it's gonna be able to leave no it's good that sounds like Newsome dead yeah that's absolutely ridiculous okay thank you don't have a society anymore if you have three hundred thirty million people out of work and all their businesses are shut down and they have no money to buy any food the government can't print money forever I mean what's wrong with you you can't do that it's impossible I think you're right sounds he just wants to see the curve on the downside the cases coming down and well be sure that we don't have big outbreaks based on these damn projections which change every five minutes maybe sometime in may that is if you if you could actually happen if you look at the curve it said yeah the curse check on that word I guess it comes a day where I just hit my limit and and and the the mandate of wearing masks in public I just at the limit now by the way Lister sent me a photo you can take a ordinary coffee filter and punch holes and make into a master case you need to do that I'm gonna get a virtual mask get a get a mask that projects on my face but is it really there there's gotta be a way to do that all right we're out of here yeah far out here Tim Conway's next Gina grant as the news KFI am six forty there's.

Sacramento Gary Indiana John KFI
"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Sharpest knives Gary Indiana prisoners what we save the sharpest knife that's right on KFI do that kind of an argument is what's so frustrating about Washington DC today so we should be that's not the way it should work that's not what you would say to your own kids and sometimes you have to treat these five hundred and thirty five members of Congress like children because they don't understand the stupidity of an argument like that the case at ten AM on KFI there's a movement rebelling against the extension of our species in fact there's so many people got the traffic going out my window we could use a good extension and can we days two to six KFI KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk this program has been pre report greetings Mr Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea this is the opponent on post because statement to the to the hostile invading alien armies hiding just outside of earth's atmosphere behind their cloaking devices waiting for their chance to strike I remember keep the Canadians first they're much tastier they're the free range north Americans so you know they're listing you weigh less fatty and they have sort of a kind of a vague can't of Tim Horton's donuts not that it and I thought it may be easier to spot these days invade the United States first you're down in the lower forty eight you know you got a.

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"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Out there is enough wealth in this country to take care of the people who are going to be hurt by this socialism yeah but not socialism imposed by exactly taking care of each other is a volunteer social yes once telling you you have to give money to people that are hurting but can make you feel good if you do Gary Indiana days at ten AM on KFI good morning handle here in the morning crew on a Wednesday March twenty five KFI AM at six forty live everywhere in the I heart radio app the big stories that were covering it will be for the rest of the day the stimulus package I. two trillion dollars it will lose should get through it was passed yesterday and now it's just a vote and by the way Jan what are the futures and other stock market opens up in just a few minutes so far with the futures have to say what they're up right now one eighty one but I thought it was so interesting that earlier this morning on the news about the stimulus package they went down they were down like sixty it was a bad but they went down almost immediately then now they've gotten back up yeah I don't see a huge uptick or downtick on in this is that obviously I'm not a financial expert all the way to play one on radio it's a question but it's the market is already taken into account what is happened for example waiting for the trillion dollar package two trillion dollar package was up in the air was gonna get signed was it not going to get signed the negotiations well as soon as it became evident it was going to happen and they sort of knew all the terms market exploded saying okay now we know and we don't need another two thousand dollars two thousand point drop although if the confidence is down it'll go down two thousand points we'll see what happens today let's go on more handle on the news Jennifer Wayne in me all right mad guy said he said you need to shut down your business and now he said if you're not shutting down your business will shut off your power and.

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"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Twenty new year new new you I don't like to live laugh love Gary Indiana and will continue to on KFI six forty and I got it say Happy Birthday to my grandmother my dad's mom her birthday was today I just learned something about her yet she'd was from Romania she's she passed away back in the room in mid early nineties Marty yeah Margie bargain Papa my my my kids birthdays that I'm and she would about a hundred and ten years old now yeah what I learned was that she came to this country she didn't speak any English not and two years later she speak English without accents yeah because she knew that you know this success people in this country spoke English without heavy accents so impressive you gonna tell that muggy story in which one that's not that's not hurt that's my mom and I apologize yeah my you would find that very offensive he never did that into a name your your daughter after her yeah what does M. Sophia which is by I my grandmother's name Sophia motor go away and so instead of calling my daughter would go away well with the Sophia yeah yeah thank you very much but my mom is mom my my dad's mother was the most beautiful soul and most beautiful person I think I've ever map where she was kind everybody she never heard of negative word to say about anybody she was just loved kids you take all six of us for the summer I'm an avid didn't haven't been much money they would not you know save up their money did take all those kids my day I'll get my five in a box you know like that could go for three months with six kids we go there in June July and August and spend all three months with them in in the summer and just the greatest woman in the world if I ever open a door for somebody or write a thank you note or or I say thank you or or or anything I learned it all from her and my my grandfather but he might it so she would my grandmother my dad's mom weeds with six kids should have six kids so we'd be all over the house you know different bedrooms and you come down stairs even though she had bad leg she had diabetes she had you know she wasn't in great health if you come down three or four times a night to just to check on us make sure we have blankets if it was cold out or if you have the windows open and was in a breeze on issues used always checking on us and and just the greatest woman ever now my mom's mom I had was running a different program she would come down we say to her house like a week or two hi this using Canada and I remember her coming down the stairs one nine completely nude at seventy eight I reaching behind their free trade to get rather bottle of gin and should go go go gloves and then put the bottle back still completely nude wow I agree we're sleeping in the living room so we had quite the show like sent away and she would walk back up the stairs and with every spare your here huh huh huh and it is this how it sound when she walked of this judgment not not not not and my brother whispered to me is that this out sound of this a her farting and then what my brother whispered to me she went up up up up up and my brother whispers old members wow did she enjoy yourself here really one of the yeah but when my grandfather had hardening of the arteries no they called nowadays and went to the hospital she quit drinking like that never another drink yeah my grandfather was a real hard liner and he said I'll be in the car ten you're in the car ten or you're not going and so my uncle Dan was getting married we they were in the area which is just near Chatham about maybe two hundred fifty miles from where the wedding was going to be in in I. Ontario and there he said to to my grandmother in the car at nine o'clock we're going the wedding I've been nine o'clock comes around she's not the card he doesn't honk he's got left in there and help on on the on the day that my uncle her son is getting married it's crazy that goes to Hamilton without a twenty fifty miles so what my grandmother did is on with his money your took some his money went to Chatham airport and paid a guy you want a boxer so three in a box the fly her to London about London and I Hamilton Amazon Terrio and flies to Hamilton Ontario and she gets the church before he'd wow great that group what is wrong play that is sit in the front row when he walks that's a strong yeah Hey Walter how are you did you get here maybe yeah that was that quite too good that I was a good start good stuff our live on K. five common times more.

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"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Not getting high end to the vernacular of calling it the bullet train the bullet was taken out of this training years ago which street you think would move faster the train that rolls around Disneyland for this train firmer said to Bakersfield Gary Indiana I like high speed trains even better okay weekdays at ten AM on KFI you're hearing coast to coast AM with George Noory live from somewhere deep below the earth on premiere networks box six feet under is a matter of fact thank god it's Burkle lot horizontal what would you burn our special guest will take calls with him next to ours we talk about the space force to get ready for that well it's Wednesday that means two more programs.

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Former Gary Mayor Richard Hatcher Dies; One Of First African American Mayors Of Big U.S. City

Laura Ingraham

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Former Gary Mayor Richard Hatcher Dies; One Of First African American Mayors Of Big U.S. City

"One of the first black mayors of a major US city has died correspondent Pat Piper on the life of former Gary Indiana mayor Richard Hatcher he was first elected to Indiana's second largest city in nineteen sixty seven members the same your Carl Stokes another black Democrat was elected mayor of Cleveland Hatcher faced opposition to the Lake County democratic machine in that first run for office but he won the primary and while campaigning for the general election the machine backed his Republican opponent had her serve five terms and became a national spokesman for civil rights in American cities Richard Hatcher was eighty

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"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Every time there's a rose parade this is not a picturesque great Gary Indiana we would really kick the sh sh you can use often that parade probably just pulls your case for no never saw to one that was somewhere out there this is coast to coast AM with George nori take calls next hour with curriculum an amazing information he just always brings a packed with information and got lots more to talk with him about when we come back and of course every Wednesday we open up the are doubled for coast insiders to more programs put in Tom's got details we do we do in the art to a vote is open for business again this week we added two new just like you just said first show is a parent will both shows repair of open line shows first ones from August eighth nineteen seventy seven art has to special hotlines men in black and he wants to hear from people with time machines second one January eleventh two thousand two art asked the question I love this one if you were god what would you do differently tremendous answers in the show folks you want to hear the show so it's a great time to be an.

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084  Jason Weavers Lunch Break w/ Jason Weaver

Van Lathan's The Red Pill

05:40 min | 2 years ago

084 Jason Weavers Lunch Break w/ Jason Weaver

"One of the first people to do that to seem act do the whole nine right music play music Jason Weaver we know Jason Weaver as a youth playing young Michael Jackson to being the voice the singing voice of Simba in the lion king to go onto B. Movies drumline at l. the question is how does a life in show business change your perspective on regular life what is Jason Weaver now forty years old looking forward to he's already been in the business for so long he's already accomplished so much where did you go had so much success at such a young age also what was that like how much money he spent in a strip club what was what was he out here with these ladies were some of the things that went right for him some of the things that went wrong for him it's a fascinating story and he goes into all of it in this interview or one other thing I want to talk to him about specifically was he had a massive hit with one call away went to number two we're all expecting as a we were to come back and take over music after he was on one of the biggest records of that year and it didn't happen he's Gonna is the whole story of why he didn't jump on the success of that record what happened who fucked over Jason Weaver in that situation he's very honest about down so we're GONNA get into that in one second before we do I wanNA talk directly to black people black people right now black people you only need you it will be fantastic ideal great if talented hard-working black-americans got support from all over America for their endeavors for the be the personal professional it'll be great if people were reinvent missing into our communities they were invested into our professions if they were investing into our wellbeing that'd be fantastic that's what we want that to me is America a society where each group independent of their ethnicity is interested in a thriving middle-class in a in the everyone from all areas of the ethnic sphere being able to sustain themselves that makes for a better country to me but in lieu of that you only need each other I have an example people okay man you say that everyone says that you have any examples tyler fucking Perry Tyler fucking Perry is your example of the fact that you only need you tyler Perry opened up three hundred and thirty two acre studio this past weekend every black person in the world was there except you mean he opened his studio up named it after black people it was funded by black people the people that helped the studio gets built were other black people and he made all of this money by catering directly to black people you can have a conversation about whether or not you like Tyler Perry's films you can have a conversation whether or not you think the Tyler Perry films are good but what you cannot have a conversation about is about the fact that he has believed in empowered and used black people for his success from the beginning I remember when you had go and rent the videos of Tyler Perry's plays before the movies were coming out if he wasn't coming to your city I remember the the fact that Tyler Perry was going all around and started such a frenzy in our community that he made himself the hottest ticket he didn't worry about trying to get his shit on Broadway he was worried about trying to give shit on MLK MLK you US believing in an investment into us took him to a billion dollar entity to where now countless scores of other black people are going to be empowered by the fact that he exists no one else made that possible even the people that lionsgate that started putting Tyler Perry's films out they put them out not because they thought that the Tyler Perry films we'll play well in Idaho they knew that they will play well in New Orleans they knew that they will play well in Gary Indiana in Atlanta that everyone that there was a block of people that would support Tyler Perry because he was serving them he was serving them now a lot of us have lambasted the movies a lot of us had looked at the art and been like we don't like that

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U.S. Steel plans to lay off hundreds of workers in Michigan

Charlie Parker

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. Steel plans to lay off hundreds of workers in Michigan

"Months Reuters is reporting US steel will temporarily lay off up to two hundred workers from its Great Lakes facility near Detroit the steel workers union says it believes there could be layoffs at the facility in Gary Indiana as well the company says it doesn't expect layoffs there U. S. steel previously has blamed lower steel prices and weakening demand for softer

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"gary indiana" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"And this one is extraordinary boys and girls we love the spaniels version of you gave me peace of mind cookie wrote this while working in the box cars building boxcars in the middle of the night his one shift was like at two AM and on a very cold and brutal like in Gary Indiana during his lunch break he the sandwich this in around trying to keep his hands warm a little fire he looked up at the cold clear sky look at the stars and the moon and his family had broken up at the time and he was really down and out and he looked for guidance from above and wrote the song you gave me peace of mind he was talking about the lord not not his girlfriend but this particular version well it speaks for itself in sort of spooky the first part of my life the whole everyone else in this world really that really touches in the right place this beautiful canny Dave who's building the box because the Chicago thirty miles away wow from Gary Indiana focus which is clear find the facts for you.

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"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Jail in this hour the Gary Indiana show sponsored by cutting dental call now for a free dental exam triple eight six forty smile well take a look at your forecast next sometimes here in southern California of course you know the winds pick up utilities have said that they're going to turn off the power of wildfires can knock out power earthquakes can knock out power you need to jump on solar Max technologies lowest price ever that's forty nine dollars a month for solar and you can add an L. G. home battery to that for just a few dollars a day going to summer with peace of mind knowing that your solar panels are powering that LG home battery soul if well when the great goes down you can continue to power your wifi or the TV or the fridge or lights or any lifesaving appliance but summer installations have been booking fast do not wait around for this solar Max technologies the only so we're company that designs engineers and assembles their own tariff free solar panels in the headquarters in California that's why solar Max can offer forty nine dollars a month for a premium fifteen panel system call now save your spot in line for solar installation and get that L. G. home battery as well downtown to fifty on your cell and say solar Max pound two fifty solar Max that's pound two fifty solar Max or visit solar Max tech dot com monthly payment available approved credit CSO being or nights of Jews are for Hey some got my junior if your hairline is receding or your balding advanced air can help fix it on your cell phone dial pound two fifty and say advanced air that's pound two fifty and say advanced.

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"gary indiana" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"You also can apply to Oscar ship that we want to give away in August. Right before they go back to school. Okay. Brother has Email gmaiLcom Email of the story of child and proof of them getting proof proven getting septa Sakala schools like that in grace. So we got the story was single mothers single-parent wouldn't be Rupa civic will be given to starting to mother. So Senator story, and we're narrow rate maybe look through them we've about and we prayed about the ones that just fit for a scholarship, and we gave it out. That's amazing. Well, thank you for doing that. I mean, honestly like on behalf of the community. That's amazing. This you, of course. So before we wrap up can you again, tell us the location of the event of the concert, and what time and also where to send that Email for that scholarship. Stop the violence. Peace costs are anti bullying April twentieth. Gary Indiana, starting at four to seven four PM to seven PM, April twenty ninth, and Jerry, and Gary, Indiana, and Gary Indiana Knighton, Jerry get your tickets today. 'cause now butter the preacher where you can send a scholarship of the info were book booking Email and other digital size, and you can found the album, but at a preacher, the transformation a release in April twenty I go get that out and hope it change your life. Let me tell you this. Also that morning before the concert, we doing our first citywide helicopter airdrop, but we all dropping over three thousand eggs for the gifts gift cards money. Good. Wow. We wanna bless the children are not community. So we want to invite you all come out to you in Gary Indiana area, Todd park pavilion. It will start at eleven o'clock. We are going to be a blessing to the city. Entire week. Stop at a restaurant and fully Liebau, gowdy Ishikagi, Indiana gowdy, seafood, thirty NATs. Seven main street once again, it's thirty nine twenty seven main street east Chicago Indiana galaxy seafood busy I love it be a blasting bless Reverend Dr Eric boon and Reverend.

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"gary indiana" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"gary indiana" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"The spectacle of like, Gary Indiana writing this letter to Amazon that's just this plaintive plea for an injection of help when Amazon was never going to locate Gary, Indiana, it's like a dominance play that bazo says Lord commander, and like he sits on the throne, and he watches all these sort of supplicants common. These supplicants are Megyn can cities represent millions of people who've been elected by their citizens to represent the public trust to come as if before the king or before the emperor like shower their gifts upon his feet and say pick me pick me, and then he'll Dane to pick one. And it's just offensive to every less democratic fiber of my being. Hello. And welcome to why is this happening with me your host Chris hates. Well, you probably know this, I guess, but I live in New York City, which is where we shove nine. I'm actually from New York City. I'm a city kid born risen Bronx. And I've always been a city denizen, which means in entire adult life. I lived in cities post college that Chicago, Washington DC and New York and one thing about say life, particularly in New York, and I'm saying this in a room with other New Yorkers. I think we'll agree with me. The bays. The basics of life are hard just doing basic stuff grocery shopping in New York is harder than it is another places and other places in America. You come out of the house, you get in your car, then you drive to the grocery store, which is maybe ten minutes away, and there's a big parking lot. And then you park, and then you fill your car up when you come home that's grocery shop in New York. It's not that easy. A lot of times. You don't have a car. If you do have a car, you might go to a place that does or does not have parking it might be really far away. Then you come back, and you have to look for parking you. May live in a four story walkup, and you've got groceries you gotta schlep up there. Now, you can maybe go to the local Bodega to get some extremely overpriced Tropicana and some tuna. But that is not that is not fully provisioning your house. And this challenge is a perennial challenge of of New York City life and big city life and for us in our life one way that we square the circle on. This is a little company will secret I'm gonna let you in on called Amazon. Amazon has created this like friction lists customer experience. That means that all of the ways that you get stuff into a house. Less. I would say groceries honestly be insecure for that. But that's another story. So Amazon has created this amazing experience to to acquire things and get them into your house. That is particularly if you live in New York really makes life easier. It's cheaper than the towel paper. Look at the data. It comes the next day. You don't have to mess with like taking stuff on a subway or lugging it up steps it gets delivered right to your door. And when I sit and take a look at my life. It's unnerving the degree to which Amazon is embedded at come downstairs in the morning. I tell Alexa, play WNYC, and I listened to that as I make my kids their breakfast. I use the paper towels to wipe up after my daughter that were ordered on Amazon prime and then on Friday movie night. Like, maybe they watch a movie on Amazon because Amazon does that to most of the websites that I'm visiting are hosted. Amazon these days, I don't know most, but a huge amount like the amount of things that Amazon is doing from producing original television to selling every frigging thing in the world to hosting a massive portion of the entire to the internet to contracting with governments including our own on stuff. Like facial recognition technology to sell the department defense is kind of shocking and also a little more than a little unnerving. And I think people have a strange feeling about Amazon because because the first person user experience can be so simple, and so seemless, and so smooth polling shows that people generally have a good feeling about the company, and I think that's partly a credit to the fact that they have put a lot of investment into customer service and their front end interaction, but that front and interaction is hiding a massively large and powerful company that is up to a lot of. Stuff that should really give you pause. So our guest today is an expert in this. She's an expert in big companies generally and specifically Amazon her name is Stacey Mitchell. She's co director of the institute for local self reliance short a nation article called Amazon doesn't just want to dominate the market. It wants to become the market, which is a really important point that she makes the course of our conversation, and Stacey has been working at this small kind of think tank now profit for years studying the effects of concentration among large corporate enterprises, and the effect that has on small businesses local hardware stores local pharmacies. You'll hear talk about that local bookstores, which is how she got into Amazon, and she makes an incredibly persuasive case that the policy environment under which we have created Amazon a is not some state of nature level playing field where they just sprang up because they have the best mousetrap. It's not they are beneficiaries of all kinds of policy advantages starting from the very beginning having to do a sales tax and all the way up through their big new HQ, which can be built here in New York with a ton of government subsidy and number two that the policy environment itself determines the kinds of corporate structures and business structures. We have and that the world can be different and American capitalism can look different than the one that we have created. So if you're a person who uses Amazon doesn't use Emma's on a person who participates in any way, shape or form as a modern American consumer, which is basically everyone if you buy stuff from big corporations or you buy stuff from mom and pop shops. If you buy stuff from mom and pop shops, you love or mom and pop shops used to love that went out of business. If you're thinking about what the future of being a consumer and being a worker looks like in this brave new world, we're entering into with an economy that is increasingly concentrated you need to listen to what? Stacy Mitchell has to say about just how big Amazon's. Ambitions on. You

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Pa. officer charged in shooting death of unarmed teen

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:39 min | 3 years ago

Pa. officer charged in shooting death of unarmed teen

"Aim with tyler right to see his play remember when he was doing mama's boy anybody see the pitch no pitcher well fan johnny surely pitches disbar seeing us yeah yeah that we know yeah too tall women maybe close over here was the sassy here matt how had to swim in his pitches for everything he does know pitcher janet okay yeah now you got she is here the lovely not talking to you the talented miss an trip thank you avoid those guys anyway this is andrew for the news let's get to it president trump says he already has a list of possible supreme court nominees now that eighty one year old justice anthony kennedy's announced his intention to retire and that the list was compiled by the conservative heritage foundation and the federalist society justice kennedy's impending retirement provides the president with the opportunity swing the highest court in the land to the hard right you see the decisions that just came down how big they are how vital they are and they can swing different ways depending on who it might whom they might be in the core that's right there's already a five four gop appointed to democratic appointed supreme court split however the eighty one year old kennedy was the courts a swing voter actually mostly agreeing with conservatives but not always republican leader mitch mcconnell says he intends to be expect rather sent to hold a confirmation vote on trump's high court nominee sometime this fall meanwhile the conservative supreme court already dealt a serious blow yesterday to the nation's unions in a five four decision the justices ruled that organized labor can no longer force people who don't want to be members of say police oh teachers unions to pay special fees even if those same people benefit from the public unions collective bargaining another work now that infect in effect cuts off a great deal of extra revenue for employee unions and lessens their political power a white east pittsburgh police officers charged with homicide in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager name antoine rose offers a michael ross feels accused of shooting seventeen year old rose three times as he ran away from a vehicle suspected of being involved in a drive by shooting early this evening however the allegany county da says that officer rossville was not acting to prevent death oh series bodily injury when he opened fire on the teenager and their rose never fired a gun on the night of the shooting officer rossville preliminary hearing set for next week is bail set at a quarter of a million bucks the white house in moscow have reached an agreement on a summit meeting between president trump and russian leader vladimir putin authorities will only say at this point that the summits to take place in a mutually agreed upon thirdcountry would fox news says the meat's gonna take place in helsinki a twenty one year old white man accused of purposely driving his car into a crowd of antiracism demonstrators last year in charlottesville virginia now facing federal hate crimes and a few arrangements are being made for the patriarch of the jackson family joe jackson the father of michael in the other room to have died of pancreatic cancer joe jackson was musician himself strict disciplinarian and credited with setting his children on the road to start them and international claim starting in their home and gary indiana twenty three hundred jackson street to be specific i it was his sons as the jackson five then michael with elise singer in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and later all of his children were involved in music to one extent or the other including his daughters reveal toy and janet joe jackson was eighty nine years old back with.

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Jennifer King, Nassar and Christopher Webster discussed on Hugh Hewitt

Hugh Hewitt

01:57 min | 3 years ago

Jennifer King, Nassar and Christopher Webster discussed on Hugh Hewitt

"You're in the city stopped by steakhouse itself at two twenty eight west fifty second street look over the stakes and picks them out yourself and bring gallagher's home today twenty nasa scientists are reporting new discoveries in the search for potential life on the red planet correspondent jennifer king reports two studies published in the journal science are advancing the case for possible life on mars past or present scientists reported that nassar's curiosity rover found the potential building blocks of life organic carbon containing molecules in three point five billion year old bedrock in an ancient martian lake bed the discovery suggests conditions that might have once been conducive to life the curiosity also confirmed sharp seasonal increases of methane in the martian atmosphere christopher webster with the jet propulsion laboratory lead author on the study said the magnitude of the seasonal peaks was far more than scientists expected he says there's no proof the methane is formed biologically but it can't be ruled out either outside experts are describing the findings as breakthroughs in astro biology i'm jennifer king more on these stories at townhall dot com i'm rhonda rostrum atf agent was shot thursday during an operation in indiana earlier today atf was conducting undercover operation in gary indiana when our agents were ambushed one of our agents was shot multiple times and transported to the methodist hospital here like campus h e s atf assistant special agent charge burnden iber agent who was assigned to the chicago field office was conducting a controlled drug by when a shootout occurred he's in critical condition one offender was shot by law enforcement during the operation a chicago police officer fatally shot a twenty four year old man who already saved pulled a gun while running away prompting questions from the man's family about why the encounter turned deadly officials say the armed confrontation wednesday night on the.

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Gary Indiana, Arizona and Robert Johnson discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:26 min | 3 years ago

Gary Indiana, Arizona and Robert Johnson discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"Police swarmed the neighborhood in gary indiana this afternoon after undercover atf agents were ambushed one agent was shot in the chest and arm we are told he is in critical but stable condition the agents return fire and one suspect was killed the police in mesa arizona released body camera video showing what led four officers to beat a man into submission we warn you this video is graphic the incident has ignited protests in the phoenix suburb the man who was beaten spoke to reporters today and jamie yuccas has our updates family man mccarthy person robert johnson says he still replaying the may twenty third incident over in his mind to be held accountable for what they have done newly released body cam video shows the moment when three mesa police officers and a sergeant i confronted johnson they were responding to a domestic disturbance call while the suspect they were looking for complies with an order to sit johnson is asked several times and appears not to comply this is what happens next johnson who is unarmed take several blows to the head and is rammed into an elevator door after being handcuffed he could be heard swearing at officers.

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