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"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:50 min | 4 months ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"The house built a while ago. And he has been able to take over that and not take over. I mean, he's in addition to us living there, he's saying That's also his address. Then I received a postcard from the voter registration in Delaware and county and saying that that is, you know, Here's your polling place. Here's where you're going to vote in all that with my address on it, so That was a little concerning to me, and I'm gonna wait a minute. What could be happening? So have you ever been the victim of something like this? Or identity theft? That's kind of what got all this started. But, Joe, thank you so much for waiting. I know you've been on a little while. I appreciate it so much and tell me your thoughts on this. Well, Mark. I got a call at 7 30 in the morning from a collection agency telling me that I owed $1000 to a communications company down in Georgia Warner Robins, Georgia. At first I thought it was a scam. I was ready to hang up, and they said I wouldn't do that. If I were you. They gave me the name of the communications company. I called them And they said, are you so and so. Yes. Is this your so security number? Yes. You live? It sounds I said, No, I don't I live in Columbus, Ohio. Problem Mark is that the owners had is put on you. I had to prove that I lived here in Columbus with electric bills and gas bills. And credit card. And that is Well, then you have to call the Credit. Three credit bureaus and advise them. Put a halt. On any any anybody calling and getting information on, uh on me. It is really bad. You know, The thing is Joe. The hardest part of this whole thing is just like you just said the onus is on you and on me to prove who we are. We're going along, You know, doing what we're supposed to do, And it's so stinkin, Easy online now to just assume somebody's identity that now it's on you to prove who you are. Not the person who was trying to steal it if they tried. If they tried is hard for that person trying to steal it as they do that for us to prove who we are, we wouldn't be in this situation. Correct. Direct and I had to wait. I had a way to get a letter from the communications company to tell them that it was clear free and clear. In case something in case I want to go buy a car or whatever. On real unreal, Joe. Thank you for sharing. I appreciate that. Sounds like you got it all worked out. I'm great as glad to hear that, Cheryl. Thank you so much for waiting all this time and your thoughts on all of this? Okay, Well, I have several things. First of all. I'm really sorry, because it really is awful. I have a good friend and she had her cell phone hacked. When she answered the phone with a number she didn't recognize and they immediately were able to get into her phone and they took over everything which basically was identity stuff for her. I definitely would check into the title fraud because that's something you'll wanna, um see if you can get a lock on your title to your home. Thea. Other thing that she was able to do was to go through her homeowner's insurance. Um, so her insurance company had a way that they have a whole thing about, Um Identity theft, and then they took over and made a bunch of phone calls and did something so you might check. You know with your insurance company and see if they have. Ah, you know a feature within their company that does that. And then also your credit cards and triple A, um, you know, And then they'll be able to work with you. And they could put a freeze so that you know, only you can use your card. And I'm not exactly certain how they do all that, Right? Okay, Cheryl, Thank you very much. I will look into that for sure right now. There's been no theft of my identity. At this point. It's feels like the beginning Stages, though, which is why I'm so persistent with the B M V to try to track this down the Bridgeview Bureau of Motor Vehicles they have an investigation's unit who is on this right now. So I'm waiting to figure out if they've got this figured out or whatever. But this guy's pretty elusive at this point, But have you ever had your identity stolen? That's what we're doing. 81 w T V in 1 816 w. T. V and Sheila thank you for waiting and what's your situation? Hey, Mark, Thanks for all your good shows. Thanks. Yeah. So, uh, The whole thing I want to tell you is yes. My address and my son social was stolen. Hey, hasn't lived here for 12 years, but The fake I D was made and cars and diamonds were trying to be purchased. Luckily, he throws his credit, and I got a notice from Huntington before the book came. You know how to give you a payment book, and you don't want to wait for that, but freezing, getting on and creating Towns with the three credit bureaus. Not not accounts that like a log in and getting verified, and all it takes is a push of a button online to freeze your credit. If you want to take out credit for something You go back on that they'll call you are the hotel on my credits Frozen and I need to unfreeze it. You can work that out with, however you're trying to get credit, but it doesn't take any time at all. It's not a big hassle to prison. Unfreeze your credit. The other thing I want to tell you is That identity guard. I wouldn't do Lifelock. I had bad luck with them. But we all got identity guard now because we've been going through this since, uh, August. And the last thing he tried to do was steal medical Treatment at Grant Hospital. Under my son's name and social and he has a fake driver's license for Ohio. My son lives in Weehawken. And And he hasn't been here for 12 years, so He tried to buy a car in Kentucky. So we got Kentucky, Weehawken and Columbus all involved in that. Yeah. Yeah, It's a nightmare. But I tell you simply get your credit freezes. Because it and get your identity guard because it includes your title, everything that you could set it up the way you want it If you make a purchase that you don't you want to be notified over $50? They're going to send you an email that Hey, I see that you made to charitable contributions. They, Matt, you know, I mean, there's something anytime There's anything up that's over the amount or repetitive..

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"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:19 min | 7 months ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"No talk. How are you? Good morning, so good, Teo, talk to you again. I listened to your daily Thank you Appreciate that very much good to know the good folks of Columbus. I like to stay up to speed on What's going on Run. I would imagine in your position You spend a little time paying attention to what's going on with Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. I mean, the Supreme Court what you do not on that grandiose scale, but I imagine being wired the way you're wired. You're probably interested in what's going on there, aren't you? Yes, certainly. Ah am and actually found by accident. Last week, I talked to a local lawyer here in Columbus, who went to law school with Judge Barrett, who I asked what his impressions were, and he said that back even in law school, she was the smartest student in the class and go to person, Tio. Talk with and discuss issues, and he said that she really is a really deal in terms of legal scholarship. How early in your life did. You can't determine that you were going to be good. At being a process. I mean, you've been the Franklin County prosecutor longer than anybody. I can't remember a time in my life when you weren't there. Franklin County prosecutor So at what point did you kind of figure out this? This is where I'm going to do, And then I'm going to be pretty okay at it. You know, I watched a murder trial Did a fella I was going to college with dad prosecuted. He was the chief trial counsel in the Franklin County Prosecutor's office. A man that Ah, um, prosecuted a Defendant who killed Ah person in a drugstore robbery gone High Street downtown area on DA When I saw that found the old courthouse When I was in college, I convinced immediately that that's what I wanted to do. It's the nature of kind of the performance of doing doing a trial law. Well, I think it's trial worked and the ability to Ah talk Tio jurors to talk to victims, police officers and witnesses and to present the story of Ah In our case, serious crimes that happen here in Columbus. Maybe a bit of justice for the victims, Because particularly and obviously in the homicide, you never get the full measure of justice. But I think representing victims is what we and the lawyers in our officer all about. I got you. I got you. It's interesting man. Your 71 years old, the two guys running for president 74 78. On bears people that kind of make hay over that you and your opponent 71 74. You still clearly feel like you've got plenty to offer and good mind and a good body to get it done, huh? Yeah, I love what I'm doing, And every day I get up for work on something new and different and So long as I feel good, and I do. I will run about 20 miles a week here in Columbus. Ah haven't had a chance to do many races this year because And Demming annually. I'd be getting ready. Probably in a week or so to do the Columbus half Marathon. Is that right? Half Mary, and you run it all. Yes. Wow. That's what's what's your best time in the head a little bit slower, but they did come a half marathon last. I've walked it after I had my car action and I walked it. One year just to prove that the good people at Grant Hospital knew what they were doing when they screwed me back together, But to run it is is amazing. Franklin County prosecuting attorney Ron O'Brien, our guest, Ron, You know you're up for reelection. You running against Gary Tyack, one of the things that he launches your way. Is that you focus a little too much attention on criminal matters and not enough on civil cases. I'm curious. Your reaction to that. Will we have 15 lawyers in our civil division. And as you know, most civil cases don't go to trial. I have actually tried civil cases over the years before I was prosecuted. I was city attorney and during both terms, a city attorney and as a county prosecutor, I worked on several cases, most of them don't go to trial but on a daily basis. Civil issues arise, and the fact of the matter is that the public doesn't really AH, observer. Many don't know. We have several division with 15 lawyers that appear in state court, Federal court administrative agencies, and it's just a statement by him, indicating you really didn't know what the office does that he's running for. When you look at the kind of the nature of what's going on in the country right now, and certainly here is well, I mean, we've had our share of protests. Do you feel like Community relations police in the average citizen When you look at that, you get a sense that there are racial disparities when you see what cases come through and and what you and your office work on. Certainly because human beings are part of this system and part of the criminal justice system, whatever racial problems exist in society in general will exist in the criminal justice system. And so we try through training on implicit bias to make sure people in our office are not doing anything either intentionally or unintentionally. That promulgates a racial bias in the handling of the case is in fact, had implicit bias training last year for everyone in the office, but I think way Ah ah, cognizant of those issues and are have trained on these issues. And work with area groups, Ministers. Frequently with Nana Watts, and he's the president and the weekend of the Ah civil unrest downtown. I probably talk to her three times on the phone about issues that were ongoing and we were trying to prevent. So I am in the community regularly in them sensitive and work on those issues regularly as well. Yeah, is curious, too, because there's a lot of people run on. We're talking to Ron O'Brien and prosecuting attorney here in Franklin County. A lot of people run. Think you really can't Address issues of you know, racial natured issues adequately If you don't have a nice mix of people, you know under you and working for you on your team, So walk me through the diversity of the people you work with. The diversity in our office includes that those that are African American, Hispanic. Um, those that are of Ah, Asian descent and probably over 50% of our lawyers are female. Back when I started as a city prosecutor few years back As part of the city attorney's office. We had no female lawyers on a group of maybe 20 prosecutors in the office and we hired and actually the first person I hired It was was later Congress Woman, Deborah Prize Sure does a judge on she was my first assistant prosecutor in the city prosecutor's office so I have always tried to promote diversity of both on gender race on national descent. It's interesting, I guess. It's always seemed to me like and you know, I've not been in a lot of positions of hiring, but I have had a few on it just seems like that comes naturally to me because I'm always looking for the best person. And if you you know if you advertise jobs correctly, and you know, you get it out to the to the greater public. You're going to get a good mix of people that are going to apply. And it's just the nature of it. Some people better at other things. And all of a sudden you look around you OK? We got a pretty good mix of people here..

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"grant hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The federal government is piling on huge debt as it responds to the corona virus pandemic the federal budget deficit is expected to quadruple this year to three point seven trillion dollars according to projections from the Congressional Budget Office CBO points the nearly three trillion dollars in federal spending since the pandemic shut down businesses than overwhelmed healthcare centers president trump signed the fourth corona virus related piece of legislation this week a four hundred and eighty four billion dollar measure providing small business loans and grants hospital funding and money for testing the CBO report also paint a grim picture for the jobs market forecasting a fourteen percent unemployment rate this financial quarter Jared Halpern fox news the navy's top officer advises reinstatement of fired aircraft carrier captain Brecher Khattar who sent that email to commanders pleading for faster action to protect his crew from an onboard corona virus outbreak even as the feds issue warning about the use of two anti malarial drugs states and local governments have been stockpiling one of them the food and drug administration warns the drugs hydroxy Cllr Quinn angler Quinn should not be used outside of a hospital or clinical setting that comes after reports of covert nineteen patients coming down with a serious heart rhythm problems but that warning comes as state and local governments across the U. S. have stockpiled about thirty million doses of hydroxy Cllr Quinn the president's been counting that drug but a recent study done on hundreds of patients the veterans health administration Medical Center showed those who took the drug had a higher death rate than those who didn't chill NATO fox news are down as that can S. and P. five hundred all ended higher yesterday but it wasn't enough to push Wall Street to a third straight weekly advance America is listening to fox news health care workers like me are in a fight for your life and ours that lack in planning and will select has left many of us without personal protective equipment president trump needs.

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"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"The suspect then presented a firearm to the officers and one of the officers returned fire and struck in suspect they took the suspect into custody and that suspect is now at the hospital the causes no officers were injured the person involved taking the grant hospital in stable condition suspect in a Columbus homicide from last week is turn himself then sixteen year old Herman Sanchez junior was wanted for the shooting death of twenty role Jacob Todd and injuring a twenty one year old so let me get the along apple fair drive last Tuesday investigators say Sanchez appeared at CPD headquarters yesterday and peacefully turned himself in along with murder Sanchez is charged felonious assault comes police are taking notices spike in homicides and officer involved shooting start twenty twenty C. P. acting deputy chief Jennifer knight tells ABC six departments youth services programs getting revamped it's going to have to officers that per previously just working on truancy type issues during the day and we now have a sergeant and two additional officers that are going to work on engaging youth in the city outside of the school hours so far this year they're been nineteen homicides in Columbus in this morning's officer involved shooting makes it seven for the year the Rangers get their points to the access to legal illegal guns and a spike in violence among youth then after the three have fifty men suing Ohio state over sexual abuse allegations involving Dr Richard Strauss with the judge to resume their lawsuits thing universities refused to refused to quote engaged in productive settlement talks and quote a bank robber held up a branch in the ocean campus Tuesday afternoon Columbus police say the suspect entered the key bank along north High Street just before four PM and handed the teller a note demanding money suspect then displayed at night that's when the teller complied and handed over an undisclosed amount of cash suspect then took off towards twelve Avenue radio six ten WTVN sports the blue jars with a good push at the end but too little too late they lose five for Minnesota and fall out of playoff position and the captain not happy you'll hear from him in sports at five fifteen basketball the always the women's team loses to northwestern the man at Nebraska tomorrow big ten last night Michigan state wins over Iowa football pending board of trustees approval Ryan day gets a three year contract extension through twenty twenty six and the NFL combine continues Indianapolis Joe Breaux saying yes I'd be happy to play for the bangles from the central are one of the reports that's medical use radio six ten WTVN coming up in sixty seconds on news first of five look at more news around Ohio today's house call for help five oh six now it's extended we T. V. M. four this.

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"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"Were forced to leave a production of The Nutcracker because two of the cast members were gay the version of the Christmas classic feature two fathers as the main character's parents school apologized for the decision and has since called it a mistake rescue crews in Cincinnati you're still trying to recover a worker who is believed to be trapped after a partial roof collapse city building under construction downtown Monday afternoon it happened as crews were pouring concrete on the seventh floor of the structure they have been chipping away at the concrete sense for the workers were injured they have been treated and released local hospitals a local attorney shot while driving in Ross county Monday sixty two year old into follis was driving along state route one oh four south of Chillicothe when a young black male in a Ford or compact vehicle reportedly shot her Wallace was taken to it in a regional Medical Center in Chillicothe then later transported to grant hospital in Columbus the suspect is still not in custody a cleaver moment says the city's mayor Aaron police chief interfered in the investigation of her son's killing that of all the mers grandson entry apart has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in the death of her son Antonio who was shot and killed August twenty fifth suspects fled in a vehicle registered to mayor Frank Jackson grandson Frank Q. Jackson it was a prime suspect in the killing in northwest Ohio a strike is averted as Fostoria school district teachers have a new contract after the school board ratified a two year deal Monday union members had worked without a contract for several months that you'll bring salary increases and improve benefits Ohio state in Cincinnati football will play for conference championships on December seventh and tonight they will learn where they stand at the new college football playoff rankings that are set to be unveiled after seven o'clock the Buckeyes are currently ranked number two the bear cats are nineteen I'm Sean Gallagher latest news traffic and weather at the top and thirty past the hour and breaking news when it happens use radio six ten WTVN janitors.

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"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"Says the report outlining hundreds of recommendations for the Columbus police department will not be ignored too often what happens with a report it is red it is simply left on the shelf that will not happen here a consulting group hired by the city released interview yesterday which showed eighty percent of people had a positive perception of the police but also says over half of African American employees at C. P. have experienced discrimination governor Mike DeWine established a new state office to address school safety at the statehouse Wednesday said the Ohio school safety center begins its work today high school safety center will assist local schools and law enforcement in attempting to prevent prepare for and respond to threats and acts of violence including self harm and they will do this to a holistic solution based approach its creation was via executive order signed Wednesday workers will monitor social media posts for threats to Ohio schools and help schools improve their school safety plans a second teenager involved in a wrong way crash in Pickaway county is died the state highway patrol says seventy year old Vladislav good die was removed from life support yesterday grant hospital good I was a passenger in a vehicle driven by seventeen year old Josh will five it was hit head on by wrong way driver and US twenty three Circleville last weekend five was killed in the accident the wrong way driver died at the hospital just two weeks after two mass shootings in Ohio and Texas the present expressing optimism Washington can agree on new background checks for gun purchases president trump telling reporters before boarding marine one that he believes Republicans Democrats and the NRA can get on board what he's called meaning full background checks legislation when Congress returns from its August recess we have a lot of background checks.

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"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"The city's police department needs to improve when it comes to discrimination and bias this difference in experience from discrimination the use of force threatens the legitimacy of our public safety work and the safety of our families and first responders get their commenting on a new report that lays out about a hundred forty recommendations for improving the department for C. P. is succeeding according to that report the use of community liaison officers training and policy development second teenager involved in a fatal wrong way crash has died the state highway patrol confirmed yesterday seventy year old Vladislav get die was removed from life support yesterday grant hospital good I was a passenger in a vehicle driven by seventeen year old Joshua five when they were hit head on by wrong way driver on US twenty three Circleville last weekend life was killed the accident the wrong way driver died at the hospital nearly twenty people facing federal drug charges of drug overdose deaths in the states remain high federal state and local police arrested seventeen people in Ohio this week on drug trafficking related charges prosecutors say the group was shipping heroin fence at all and cocaine from California in order to sell in Ohio their arrests come just as a new study by term life to go shows Ohio has the second highest a drug overdose death rates in the United States just behind West Virginia in Franklin County alone there was one thousand one hundred and two deaths between twenty fifteen and twenty seventeen I'm Allison Wyatt reporting kids probably won't be singing this at the bus stop this morning all back to school back to school to prove told dad that I'm not a fool I got my lunch packed up my voice tight tight I hope I don't get in a fight it's the first day for the Columbus city school district this school year the largest district in Ohio serves over fifty thousand students several buildings have received critical H. FAQ upgrades and thirty one school resource officers have been added across the district radio six ten WTVN sports football bar guys willing to practice this afternoon they're prepping for the opener in nine days and defensively are playing with some attitude all of more on that in sports at five fifteen it is with the top law schools are ran hand blows a save only two runs in the bottom the tenth Mets rally past the tried for three Reds winner for two over San Diego clippers wind five to over local soccer the crew won the loser in New York and NFL preseason tonight bangles hosting the giants from the central.

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"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"Find Columbus business. First editor, Doug Buchanan, and you hunker down this morning are you out in about like last week? No, I am definitely hunkered down and trying to dig myself out until I got the job ahead of me after we gave the. Yeah. The the snow. I'll tell you, you know, sometimes you get that back-breaking heavy wet snow this one I think if you had charged up leaf blower, you could probably take care of most. Yeah. It's definitely much lighter. Snow able to shovel a walk, and then, but boy, it's it's really piled up. That's the problem. And don't misread what I'm going to say here about you have ample headwear, this theory that people mover and shaker people always wear. Interesting headwear I wear and footwear. And I don't want to take that as I'm taking a shot at UB in bald. Now, it's completely understood. And if you knew you know, that I did not go anywhere without a hat. Good. And. Yeah. And I I am definitely layered up for this kind of west. Yeah. It doesn't surprise me at all. Because you're just one of those guys. So I want to start with food today. If that's okay. Are you sure? Can we talk chicken? Well, yeah. So the newest concept coming down. Columbus is one of those ideas where you just like sit back and think why didn't I think of that? Because this is a shot that is completely specialized in chicken salad chicken salad chicken salad a dozen different righties chicken salad, and plus some sides and sweet tea. It's a southern thing. It's out about them. And they're going to be coming to Polaris and opening their first a centralized shop. And what's it called chicken salad? Chick chicken salad Schick? Yeah. So and it's got an interesting backstory. The founder was a divorced mother in Alabama, and she needed, you know, to make money, and so she was very good at chicken salad. And so she just started selling now, she's got more than one hundred like thirteen states. It's crazy. That is crazy. And I mean, it's the only one or does she planning to expand here in Columbus? No, she she is looking for a site. I in Dublin, and then we'll see how it goes from there about that. So with food often in Columbus comes talk of beer, and he beer news this week. Well, yes, we have. I think it's the fifty second or fifty third local brewery. That's that's opening here in central Ohio. Oh, this one is in how it's called knock Tara growing. And it's the same story that that we hear with most of them. It's a few people who are avid home brewers and decided to make the leap, and so they've, you know, picked a spot there in the historic part of Powell, and they're gonna you know, serve that neighborhood about that. So I mean, that's what you say fifty two you think that's that's incredible number. Yeah. They they they keep they keep expanding. And and we keep adding more. And you know, we'll see if any of them end up closing this year. But there's definitely more openings on the way when you know, the most interesting man in the world says stay thirsty, my friend against Columbus. Really takes. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. Let's shift over to real estate because real estate is always a big part of what's going on Columbus business. Wise historic building got saved. Tell me that story. Okay. So this is the don't love the last use was the Salesian boys and Girls Club. And it's a it's a five or six story historic building on sick. Just north of grant hospital. It's been vacant for a decade. But a local developer bought it and more than likely, you know, you would expect it to be a mixed use with residential apartments are condos in all the all the top floors, which is which is great because we keep seeing this across across downtown people is that you have to get accustomed to living in that kind of space that what people crave now now people are craving that now. Yeah. The the more the more product like that that the that they can build and I haven't seen the incitement buildings like that typically have higher ceilings you. So you know, you get it's just a different feel to it. And the more you can differentiate your product, and you know, people are going to be living downtown like that. I think that they're gonna expect more of you know, that type of an apartment open space in sweeping vistas. I guess yes. Of six three. I Gotcha church of Scientology. Gee, moving out grandview. Yeah. Now, I have to admit I didn't even know the church of Scientology had their offices downtown on high street, and if you look at just north of capitol square on high speed, and you know, one of those blocks of tall slender buildings. One of those is the church of Scientology headquarters, but the interesting thing is a decade ago. They bought the former Time Warner Cable headquarters up on Dublin road Granville, and they never moved in. And and so now they're finally getting set to to to move into that building. So that's going to free up the high street building for potential redevelopment. I'll be doggone. I guess I didn't I didn't know that either. But that's just down the road from us. So I'll keep an eye on that as they go now one more, and this one is I suppose what you might call an interesting commercial property in hill. Your oh my gosh. Yeah. So there are not many properties for sale. Come with the storm or a bomb shelter. This one has a four thousand square foot bunker, reinforced geo two foot reinforced walls, they can withstand a I think ten thousand megaton what was the number at ten thousand Becca time bomb. That's crazy. Yeah. It has its own. Sewer and water system. It is it is set up if you're the ultimate doomsday proper. But you're going to need one point two five million dollars. Okay. Well, I would imagine a bunker that big you say four thousand square feet. That's that's gotta come with a little property, doesn't it? Yeah. Actually, so this is on nine. Okay. Hillier? And and yeah. So it's it's nine apparently, the the backstory's it was part of a network of like telecommunications that they built either in case of a nuclear bomb attack. No, you know, this is just one of those. But you know, you can just use it for storage if you want, but certainly if you're looking for a pretty solid bomb shelter. This is the one. It's funny. You you think of storage I think immediately of super cool nightclub. Right. Well, you are that much. Who wouldn't want to party in the bunker? I mean, it's literally a bugger. And if you blow it out, nobody can hear you outside, and if something happens outside you can't hear in. Yeah. I should have very go. Well, I don't know if I can come up with one point two five million. But if I can I got a business plan. All right. We'll start a Kickstarter page. I love it. I love it. Get your head on and get shoveling, my friend. And we appreciate the info much, Doug Buchanan. Columbus business first here on NewsRadio.

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"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"Remember the show the champagne wishes and caviar dreams. Oh, yeah. This is not the only one that was watching Robin Leach show off all these fancy things all the time. And how the wealthy lived, well, how rich speaking of wealth. Do you think? Bill gate is funny enough and astrophysicist named Neil degrasse Tyson decided to put gates wealth in perspective with this question when you're walking down the street. What's the smallest denomination of coin that you'll pick up off the ground for me the boundary between picking up the coin and not is between a diamond a quarter. So I figured Lenny ratio. This and ask how much money has to be laying in the street. Bill Gates to be too busy to pick it up. It's forty five thousand dollars. That's how rich the man is. Well, that's true. But because I was just thinking I don't stop as much as I used to to pick up money in the street now forty five thousand dollars, that's different. No, I can tell you. If I see a penny. I pick it up. I do not walk past it, really. It's just in my DNA, my mom and dad, you know, they they worked very very hard dad worked for he worked for international harvester, which later became Navistar mother worked for grant hospital most of our nursing years, and of course, the old mercy hospital that that's no longer around. And then later on became an administrative assistant for a nursing home out off of alum creek drive. So that was kind of their profession, and they taught me from a young age that every dime. Every single penny actually is important. So I don't step over anything. Kristen what about? Got you. Well, you know, pennies are one of those things I have to admit I am guilty of stepping over penny to I really am. Because when you use pennies, I mean, they're not pennies unless you have five of them. Really go anything anymore. Now, I'm guilty of that mostly because our son Jaden who is a quarter hoarder. Take every piece of silver out of the house, and he'll leave the pennies lane around. I do pick them up. I don't literally lay them laying on the ground by at home. I'll pick them up and throw them in. And I never put them together. My grandmother used to always have the the paper rolls and keep a running a running role of is it fifty cents in a row. I think it is. Yeah. And she would feel it up when she got fifty and she'd tank them to her weekly Bank trip with her. And you know, I just don't see I don't think kids have the understanding of the value of those pennies once they're all headed together. Somehow, I guess this raises a really good point that everything is relative to who is in that situation, and I guess retirement too. So how do you guys help people determine how much money they'll need to make sure they're going to have a comfortable financial future and not have to searching those pennies on the ground. We'll, you know, from my perspective, just the last maybe handful of appointments that I've had in the office were Greg, and I weren't both together in the appointment people that I. Met with talking about budgeting because I just happen to I'm thinking of one specific couple who is really trying to nail down what their income need was going to be in retirement, and you know, kind of beating around the Bush about some of their expenses. And I finally said, you know, what let me just send you home with this guide to retirement this little. Yeah. Retirement sheet that we put together can think of the name of it. And I said just go ahead and fill it out. And tell me, you know, when you come back what a more accurate picture of your budget is and I'm so glad I had them do that. Because when they came back, they said, you know, Chris, then we didn't realize what we spent on some of these things there's so many dollars here that we were missing. And are just wasting really that we cut back on to make this retirement thing work because I was really concerned about their tight threshold of being able to meet their income needs and retirement with what they had saved. And I mean, they were able to uncover quite a few hundred dollars in just random things that they bought that they said would not be an ongoing expense. Now. A D caution them a little bit with that. But that will be a situation where I think they were they were stepping over pennies if you will, you know, that's interesting. But a lot of folks that we talk with Kristin are just really wanting to be able to maintain their lifestyle. But. Many families tell us. Well, you know, I I don't wanna live extravagant. I don't wanna take world trips or anything like that. Yet others want to take world trips. They wanna take their grandchildren over to Europe. Or they want to go to France or they want to go over to Italy. They wanna do some some experiences that will be very meaningful to them. And whether it's someone that just wants to be able to go to Florida for two months or three months in the wintertime or someone that wants to take great opportunity to spend time with their family and create memories, whatever that happens to be now boils down to whether or not you can have you saved enough because the true test to that is to now take the amount of risk were taking versus the amount of return. We're getting and apply inflation to all that in really dig into the weeds a little bit to discover whether or not your lifestyle needs attainable. Whether it's something that you can count on the rest of your days. Do we need to certain backing off of that thought or perhaps delay retirement a little bit? Those are some of the conversations that we do have to have. And when you dig in the weeds. Enough. And you find out where people really stand now that can help put things in perspective either really creates a lot of confidence. Well, we've done we've done a really good job. And now we can move forward and retire or stay in retirement and not worry or we have to maybe put on a plan B, or maybe we delay retirement a little bit either way is really gratifying for us to help people understand exactly where they stand where do you stand with your retirement, you can get a better idea of that by giving Greg Kristen and their team at legacy retirement group, a call here in Columbus and sending up a time to have a conversation with them or gravity of the guides that they've talked about here before friendships at five steps to retirement checklist. Many others all complimentary six one four three three six seven six six zero six one four three three six seventy six sixty and you can Email us, of course, legacy retirement group dot com and shoot us an Email that addresses questions at legacy.

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01:57 min | 2 years ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"Sean Gallagher. Police are investigating a shooting that took place in east Columbus, Saturday evening semi to people to the hospital just before six o'clock. Police responded to Allegheny avenue reports of gunshots being fired police say one victim arrived at grant hospital with a gunshot wound to the left foot. And the other victim arrived at Ohio State University east hospital with a gunshot wound to the right buttock. A prosecutor says investigators have not been able to determine how an inmate in twenty three staff members at southern Ohio prison were exposed to in sick. And by a mix of heroin and the potent painkiller feno. Ross county prosecutor match Schmidt tells C chillicothe gazette that thirties could not determine who brought the contraband drugs to Ross Correctional Institution. And don't have enough information to prosecute anyone for the August incident. It was investigated by the state highway patrol which has publicly released its report Schmitt ads the invest. Was inconclusive about what caused the exposure? But one possible explanation came from the inmate who was treated who told investigators the fan in his cell blue dust or white powder into the air when it was turned on that day number ten Ohio State, sixty two thirty eight blowout win over number four Michigan yesterday, puts them deeper into the college football playoff conversation, m many believe it will come down to them an Oklahoma on paper. These teams are so similar that it would be a very difficult debate for the selection committee when you look at what Ohio State has done. They have the best win against Michigan. They have the worst. Heather Danish ESPN OSU plays northwestern in the big ten championship game. This coming Saturday. Oklahoma has a chance to avenge their only loss in the season when they face Texas the big twelve title game. Oh, you beat issue at the horseshoe last season thirty one sixteen and most Buckeye fans. Probably remember the Baker Mayfield flag-planting incident the buckeyes had beaten the Sooners in Norman the year before Forty-five twenty four.

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WTVN

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"Sean Gallagher. Police are investigating a shooting that took place in east Columbus Saturday evening. Sending people to the hospital just before six o'clock. Police responded to Allegheny avenue reports of gunshots being fired police say one victim arrived at grant hospital with a gunshot wound to the left foot. And the other victim arrived at Ohio State University east hospital with a gunshot wound to the right buttock. A prosecutor says investigators have not been able to determine how an inmate in twenty three staff members in southern Ohio prison were exposed to in sick. And by a mix of heroin and the potent painkiller feno. Ross county prosecutor match Schmidt tells the chillicothe he said that authorities could not determine who brought the contraband drugs to Ross Correctional Institution. And don't have enough information to prosecute anyone for the August incident. It was investigated by the state highway patrol which has publicly released its report Schmitt ads the investigate. Was inconclusive about what caused the exposure? But one possible explanation came from the inmate who was treated who told investigators the fan in his cell blue dust or white powder into the air when it was turned on that day number ten Ohio State sixty two thirty eight blowout win over number four Michigan yesterday, puts them deeper into the college football playoff conversation. Many believe it will come down to them in Oklahoma on paper. These teams are so similar that it would be a very difficult debate for the selection committee when you look at what Ohio State has done may have the best win against Michigan. They have the worst. ESPN OSU plays northwestern in the big ten championship game this upcoming Saturday. Oklahoma has a chance to avenge their only loss in the season when they face Texas the big twelve title game. Oh, you beat OSU at the horseshoe last season thirty one sixteen and most Buckeye fans. Probably remember the Baker Mayfield flag planting incident the buckeyes had beaten the Sooners enorm- Norman the year before Forty-five twenty four.

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WTVN

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"Police are investigating a shooting that took place in east Columbus Saturday evening. Sending people to the hospital just before six o'clock. Police responded to Allegheny avenue reports of gunshots being fired police say one victim arrived at grant hospital with a gunshot wound to the left foot. And the other victim arrived at Ohio State University east hospital with a gunshot wound to the right buttock. A prosecutor says investigators have not been able to determine how an inmate in twenty three staff members in a southern Ohio prison were exposed to in sick. And by a mix of heroin and the potent painkiller feno. Ross county prosecutor match Schmidt tells the chillicothe gazette that thirties could not determine who brought the contraband drugs to Ross Correctional Institution. And don't have enough information to prosecute anyone for the August incident. It was investigated by the state highway patrol which has publicly released its report Schmitt ads. The investigation. Was inconclusive about what caused the exposure? But one possible explanation came from the inmate who was treated who told investigators the fan in his cell blue dust or white powder into the air when it was turned on that day number ten Ohio State, sixty two thirty eight blowout win over number four Michigan yesterday, puts them deeper into the college football playoff conversation, and many believe it will come down to them an Oklahoma on paper. These teams are so similar that would be a very difficult debate for the selection committee when you look at what Ohio State has done may have the best win against Michigan. They have the worst. ESPN OSU plays northwestern in the big ten championship game this upcoming Saturday. Oklahoma has a chance to avenge their only loss in the season when they face Texas the big twelve title game. Oh, you beat OSU at the horseshoe last season thirty one sixteen and most Buckeye fans. Probably remember the Baker Mayfield flag-planting incident the buckeyes had beaten the Sooners in Norman the year before Forty-five twenty-four,.

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WTVN

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"News Radio six ten WTVN. I'm Sean Gallagher. Police are investigating a shooting that took place in east Columbus, Saturday evening semi two people to the hospital just before six o'clock police responded to Allegheny avenue reports of gunshots being fired police say one victim arrived at grant hospital with a gunshot wound to the left foot. And the other victim arrived at Ohio State University east hospital with a gunshot wound to the right buttock. A prosecutor says investigators have not been able to determine how an inmate in twenty three staff members at a southern Ohio prison were exposed to in sick. And by a mix of heroin and the potent painkiller feno. Ross county prosecutor match Schmidt tells the chillicothe gazette that authorities could not determine who brought the contraband drugs to Ross Correctional Institution. And don't have enough information to prosecute anyone for the August incident. It was investigated by the state highway patrol which has not publicly released its report Schmitt ads the investigate. Gatien was inconclusive about what caused the exposure. But one possible explanation came from the inmate who was treated who told investigators the fan in his cell blue dust or white powder into the air when it was turned on that day number ten Ohio State, sixty two thirty eight blowout win over number four Michigan yesterday, puts them deeper into the college football playoff conversation, m many believe it will come down to them an Oklahoma on paper. These teams are so similar that it would be a very difficult debate for the selection committee when you look at what Ohio State has done may have the best win against Michigan. They have the worst. ESPN OSU plays northwestern in the big ten championship game this upcoming Saturday. Oklahoma has a chance to avenge their only loss in the season when they face Texas the big twelve title game. Oh, you beat OSU at the horseshoe last season thirty one sixteen and most Buckeye fans. Probably remember the Baker Mayfield flag planting incident, the buckeyes had beaten the Sooners enorm- in the year before Forty-five twenty-four,.

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WTVN

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"News Radio six ten WTVN. Allison Wyant police released more information about an officer involved shooting that happened early this morning at ten A one AM absurd were dispatched out to three seventy south. Here on a distraught. Male who had a gun possibly suicidal Columbus. Police sergeant Sante bucks'll says the officer fired shots the man was hit and taken to grant hospital where he was pronounced dead. Just before eleven this morning. They countered the gentlemen with a gun. And so all of that evidence is being. That man is identified as Billy heater Jared. Allen NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Meanwhile, today police say it was a former boyfriend who shot and killed a woman and injured two other people today. Leo, Dwayne Stanford junior should be considered armed and dangerous. Police say he's accused of killing Sierra and critically wounding jury Emma Montgomery as well as injuring Duane Thomas Madison senior that three were shot at a home on Argyle drive holiday travelers in the big city. You should be ready for some gridlock. Nightmares? Especially tonight. Locally. Oh dot says they have pulled up some orange barrels to help ease that traffic congestion as you try to get home to celebrate the holiday the Ohio State highway patrol. Meanwhile, they are out in full force. They're trying to keep an eye out for impaired drivers, they say during the first ten months of this year, they made over twenty two thousand arrests for impaired driving resulting in fifty one fewer Lovie, I related fatal crashes the Columbus. Police department weenie mile. They have announced the creation of new special task force aimed at stopping pack. Thefts. This holiday anyone who suspects. They have had a package stolen is asked to report the theft. And no matter what the value of the item was so that they know what areas are being targeted and their season has been over four months, but the Cincinnati Reds have scored a win in court. The Ohio supreme court even invoked Marty Brennaman and their decision. And this one belongs to the rent the court citing with the team in a dispute over tax credits for their giveaways of bobbleheads and other items that were handed out to fans at selected home games. The majority opinion said the team factored in the cost of the items.

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WTVN

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"AM op surge were dispatched out to three seventy south year. On a distraught. Nail who had a gun possibly suicidal Columbus. Police sergeant Sante bucks'll says the officer fired shots. The man was hit and taken to grant hospital where he was pronounced dead. Just before eleven this morning, countered, the gentlemen with a gun. And so all of that evidence is being processed that man is identified as Billy heater Jared. Allen NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Meanwhile, today police say it was a former boyfriend who shot and killed a woman and injured two other people today. Leo, Dwayne Stanford junior should be considered armed and dangerous. Police say he's accused of killing TRS seals and critically wounding jury Emma Montgomery as well as injuring Duane Thomas Madison senior that three were shot at a home on Argyle drive holiday travelers in the big city. You should be ready for some gridlock. Nightmares? Especially tonight. Locally. Oh dot says they have pulled up some orange barrels to help ease that traffic congestion as you try to get home to celebrate the holiday the Ohio State highway patrol. Meanwhile, they are out in full force. They're trying to keep an eye out for impaired drivers, they say during the first ten months of this year, they made over twenty two thousand arrests for impaired driving resulting in fifty one fewer Lovie, I related fatal crashes. The Columbus fell. This department weenie mile. They have announced the creation of new special task force aimed at stopping package thefts. These holiday anyone who's Hispanics. They've had a package stolen is asked to report the theft. And no matter what the value of the item was so that they know what areas are being targeted and their season has been over four months, but the Cincinnati Reds have scored a win in court Eulogio supreme court even invoked to Marty Brennaman and their decision. And this one belongs to the rent the court citing with the team in a dispute over tax credits for their giveaways of bobbleheads and other items that were handed out to fans at selected home games. The majority opinion said the team factor in the cost of.

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710 WOR

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Ability to successfully treat prostate cancer, even Gleason seven cancer like this, man. And this is the work that we do. This is what we do every day here at thirteen four Broadway, where we treat cancers we have a new book that DVD we have a two part DVD, which if you haven't seen and you're interested in prostate cancer. If you have prostate cancer, you should give us a call. Even now at two one two choices call us, even now at two one two choices will send out the booklet DVD to you. Are you at no charge? It's a two-part DVD. That's very interesting. I must say I enjoy watching it myself because of the content our book that gives data and you'll see why our results Gleason seven or so appealing for this man, and why he wants our treatment. This is what we do every day. And then we're talking about a man who came to me eighty six years old. He came. Diagnosed a year ago with rectal cancer at one of the most a lusty hospitals in New York. And he came to me said, oh, Dr Liederman I was at blah, blah, blah hospital. So we lustrous and majestic. Well, they was at this majestic illustrous hospital, but they sent him home with no treatment, they diagnosed him with a rectal cancer. They sent him home with no treatment because they had no answer for him. So it's amazing on one hand he loves his hospital. It's great. It's fantastic. He loves his hospital. Majestic grant hospital, but they sent him home to die. Hit a rectal cancer diagnosed head blood in the stool, head colonoscopy, a biopsy of the rectum acid, rectal cancer, and they sent him home to die. So how can it be? He loves his hospital so much, but they didn't do one thing to help him by up seeing is cancer. Well, I guess that's a diagnosis. But they didn't treat him. They didn't offer many treatment. They thought he was going to die on the table normal heart function normally when the heartbeats pumps out about sixty percent of the blood. That's inside his heart pumps just about twenty twenty five percent. He could barely keep up barely stay alive. And he has atrial fibrillation. So he has this rectal cancer was obstructing. It's fun gating circumference show at six centimeters in length. He had a biopsy shook adenocarcinoma his cat scan did not show any metastases came to us. Restaged? Remember it's been a year since he was at that. Majestic hospital sent him home to die a year, we staged about we've found the rectal cancer. We found a mass in his liver. Also, so in that year, the cancer has traveled stage four cancer, and he wants to be treated he wants her treatment. Why does he want treatment will number one? He wants to stop the bleeding who stopped the mass opened up his rectum, get the cancer under control and do it. All noninvasive -ly without any damage to the heart without anesthesia without a hospital. Stay comes in and gets a treatment. And he goes home. He goes where he wants. He does what he wants her treatment. Just takes minutes noninvasive pinpoint treatment for his rectal cancer. And he wants us to treat the mass in the liver to and I would agree with that. It's a nice treatment. Good treatment. Most likely was slow down the cancer or even get him in remission. That's our goal is to get him in remission, and do well that other hospital didn't do we don't want to send them home to die. We want to treat him. So he can live. And carry on and live as long as possible and stop the bleeding and shrink the mass. And this is what we do. This is why we're so different so differ. Why radio surgery started here, I with radio surgery in the western hemisphere? So that bay grant hospital the majestic hospital Saddam to die. Okay. It's majestic. But it didn't help him. He came here is having treatment. And most likely is cancer will be controlled where we attack the cancer. And this is the work that we do every day. And we'll tell you about a woman who went to that same big majestic hospital shed, a cancer in the ear should a big master ear, and she had a biopsy shed a biopsy of a basal cell cancer in her left ear a fun gating big tumor, and they wanted to cut off her ear, and it's been years. It's been eight years and shed a biopsy. They wanted to cut off her ear, and she and her family absolutely refused. And for eight years, she was searching to get better treatment for her cancer of the era. And no one would offer anything other than radical surgery to remove the ear until she came here. And she came to me last year, I met with her and her son and her loving family. And we offer. Treatment we offered pinpoint non invasive treatment for her basal cell cancer of fun, getting cancer ver- ear. She was treated she's now in remission, and she's so happy after eight years, she waited for treatment. Yeah. She was at the big majestic hospital. They offered to cut off the ear. She didn't want that. And you can understand. It's easy to understand why she wouldn't want to have her ear removed treatment is so different just because the doctor too big majestic hospital says all you have to cut off your ear cut off your colon or cut off your whatever doesn't mean you have to do it that might be his or her opinion. But doesn't mean you have to do it. It's their opinion, and you can come here. If you want for a fresh second opinion, this is the work that we do every day at radio surgery, New York, thirteen eighty four Broadway. Wor except most insurances Medicare Medicaid. This is what we do. And just a moment introduce myself because so many people you hear so many. People talking and offering advice on the radio and television and in person, and you don't know who they are what their qualifications are why should someone be offering advice. Well, let me give you. My qualifications was born and raised in Waterloo, Iowa went to school there went to university. I went to medical scored and my MD degree at age twenty five one of the youngest people in my class. Twenty-five went on and trained in internal medicine at the university of Chicago, and Michael Reese in Chicago, Illinois, three years of internal medicine training. Mrs studied practice of diseases of the body and then went on to.

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"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"grant hospital" Discussed on WTVN

"Wtvn your abc six first warning weather from chief meteorologist bill kelley generally cloudy skies very early evening hours than either some breaks here and there we can't rule out some off and on rain showers into the nighttime but we're not going to cool off much sixty three for the low the early showers will and areas of fog develop our saturday partly to mostly cloudy warmer sticky too high hi temperature 83 degrees we're looking at some evening showers possible but a much greater chance for showers and even storms late saturday night and into your early sunday right now mostly cloudy and it's seventy four your severe weather station news radio 610 wtvn also vegas police still searching for a motive any concert shooting the left fifty nine people dead police here say there still no clues leading to a motive for the shooting spree undersheriff kevin make may hills saying they have looked everywhere and there are no clear signs as to why steven padded carried out he's attacked looked at everything literally to include the suspects personal life any political affiliation is social behaviors economic situation in any potential radicalization that so many have claimed police and the fbi are now launching a billboard campaign with a slogan if you know something say something they're desperately looking for tips on this case alex stone abc news las vegas columbus police say as suspect that prompted a swat situation this morning on the city's north east side is now in custody but it is also in the hospital officers were called out to an apartment along ashton wood's place where a woman got into a fight with her boyfriend and the man locked himself inside the apartments bathroom police moved in that's when the suspect shot himself he was taken to grant hospital in critical condition ohio's infant mortality rate has ticked up port new numbers from the state health department put the infant more talvitie rated ohio up just slightly between 2015 and 2016 one thousand twenty four infants died before their first birthday in 2016 this team more than the previous year experts at the health department say they will be using federal money to help reduce premature births and improve prenatal care in the next year or two jerod alec news radio 610 wtvn radio 610 wtvn.

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