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9 Year-Old Child Fatally Shot On Near North Side, Chicago

HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

00:41 sec | 4 d ago

9 Year-Old Child Fatally Shot On Near North Side, Chicago

"Have identified the nine year old boy who was shot and killed on the near North side last night, his nine year year old old Gennari Gennari Andrex, Andrex, Chicago, Chicago, police police say say Clearly, Clearly, he he was was not not the the intended intended target target of of the the gunfire. gunfire. WG WG ends ends Judy Judy Wang, Wang, the the nine nine year year old old boy boy was was playing playing in in a a parking parking lot lot at at the the former former Cabrini Cabrini Green Green housing housing complex complex in in the the ninth. ninth. Under Under black black of of North North Cambridge Cambridge Avenue. Avenue. Police Police say say the the shooter shooter walked walked up up and and fired fired several several rounds rounds in in the the boy's boy's direction, direction, hitting him in the chest. The first officers who arrived at the same perform CPR until the paramedics got there. The boy died about an hour later at Lurie Children's Hospital. If you have any information, you could leave an anonymous tip it CPD tip dot com.

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9 Year-Old Child Fatally Shot On Chicago's Near North Side

WBBM Evening News

00:17 sec | 4 d ago

9 Year-Old Child Fatally Shot On Chicago's Near North Side

"Year old boy shot and killed in a shooting today near the former site of the Cabrini Green housing projects on the near North side. Paramedics responded to Cambridge Avenue near Chestnut for reports of a person shot in the chest. The nine year old was taken the Lurie Children's Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

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Shortage of coins in circulation causes concerns for small businesses and consumers

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Shortage of coins in circulation causes concerns for small businesses and consumers

"Something new to add to that list of items in short supply During this pandemic. I would attribute the coin shortage Tio people not taking their coin and right now to banks and credit union to exchange it for bills that is. Beth will get Chief Financial Officer, a cornerstone community Financial Credit union and the nationwide coin shortage announced by the Federal Reserve last month. And while they say it's temporary It is affecting local business owners. We made a business decision that would you start rounding down because we went out of pennies. So the consumer the customers of the Green House, get a better deal and you know it cost a couple of dollars. No big deal, But now we started running out of quarters. That's a huge problem because the business owner, I can't start giving quarters away because I will go stand business That is Jerry Millan, owner of the greenhouse of Walled Lake, and he says If you have changed to turn in, he'll take it with no surcharge.

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Shortage of coins in circulation causes concerns for small businesses and consumers

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Shortage of coins in circulation causes concerns for small businesses and consumers

"New to add to the list of items in short supply during this pandemic, WW Jay's Brooke Allen explains. I would attribute the coin shortage Tio people not taking their point and right now to banks and credit unions to exchange it for bills that is, Beth will get chief financial officer Corner, so community Financial Credit union and the nationwide coin shortage announced by the Federal Reserve last month. And while they say it's temporary, it is affecting local business owners. We made a business decision that would you start rounding down because we ran out of pennies. So the consumer the customers of the Green House, get a better deal and you know it cost a couple of dollars. No big deal, but now we started running out of quarters. That's a huge problem because the business owner I can't start giving quarters away because I will be staying business

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"green house" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | Last month

"green house" Discussed on KCRW

"Fanatic Henry Rollins here that was the sunny boys attract. We have played on the show many, many times from the record Sunny boys that was the Sonny boy is doing happy man. And before that, from the cool green house from their new LP, the cool Green house, you had a track called prospects before the cool green house, crooked bangs from crooked bangs to attract called We are gold. We started with Johnny's Standish was recording under the name of John in from the supernatural 12 inch. Your truck called You can leave the Vampires. We're going to spin that hard drive and come back with a brand new. I mean, brand new music from gorilla toss, so please stay tuned. I'm Warren on Leon to the point. Covad, 19 spells trouble ahead for Republicans. The Corona virus outbreak is now literally burning through the sun ball. Will they start wearing masks in Florida, Arizona and Texas and voting for Democrats on are to the point broadcast. Phonetic as you might be. I'm on a few mailing lists from labels and bands wouldn't get their heads up and try and get in there and get a record before Cool. Kids get him before I do. And so I'm on the gorilla Toss mailing list. I don't know how you do it. I guess you go to their band campsite. You sign up for it? I don't know, but I've been on it for years. Anyway, I got the heads up. The gorilla toss has a new seven inch out and so I went to the bank campsite. And I bought the tracks so we could play them on the show. And so right now, Brand new gorilla toss This track is called human Girl..

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"green house" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:25 min | Last month

"green house" Discussed on 600 WREC

"No playing in the dirt. No. Just like to be outdoors. What? What Bushes do we have along the driveway that you like to eat all the time? Blueberry lawyers. Okay? And you like to play with rocks all the time. What do you What's one of your favorite things to do when you come to the Garden Centre? Bullock collect rocks. Mike, We've got buckets Iraq's home. When she comes to the Garden Centre. They go to the gravel pile on the collect rocks. What you collect through and I'm gonna have to charge you, Claire. Ah, You have a good weekend and ah, so sounds good. I just want to talk and say hi declare she's so talkative. She sure is. Talk to you guys later. Yeah, I'll rescue them. Birch. Two sticks of birch off burn pile back, therefore solid, all the glitter. Yeah, pull them out of there. I just brought him back, he said. He said you rescue those. Those Um Sticks of birch for me, and I said, Yeah, I had a man with trash and I was just holiday everything I could haul off the job kind of thing. So, Yeah, I'll have to grab the spit on the bailout form so I could get a meal. Look, Chris, we're about out of time for this bright. Let's go ahead and do that. Our number. If you want to give us a call and get in the last minute call Now you can do that. It's 1888910505 if you need to set up an appointment for landscape irrigation, not Lottie. Long care if you need Ah, You need irrigation repairs done. If you need force mulching done. We could do that for us will give us a call. 854 4005. We're here Monday through Friday. 8 to 5. You'll come see us at the Garden Centre, where 18 55 course and road. Put that in your GPS and bring it right to us, and we'll be right back. Fix everything I own from business to personal. Green House insurance takes care of me under one giant umbrella. With all the rising costs. It's nice to know there's.

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"green house" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:12 min | Last month

"green house" Discussed on 600 WREC

"But he's got rock up under the ground and every time it gets hot and dry. In the summer. He gets big brown spots in his yard. When we first got this product on the shelves, tried it out on his yard, And he even he'll tell you he was like, man when you sprayed that stuff on my yard. It automatically basically made it to where the Ah hot spots cleared up, you know, and they were thick and green and vibrant. Like everything else. Now, this is an and, you know, we're talking about water right now. And heck all week long we've been getting We've been getting rain, but you actually you need to apply this Hodja attain when The soil is moist. So it comes in all hoes in spray or a hose and spray or application. So you took it to the hose and you start water and, um, you know, along with it, you know the flowerbeds and vegetable. Gordon's trees shows basically anything that's this living and growing in New York. You can use that stuff on because your water in half we carry hear it at the Garden centre. So come in and get it, And it'll help long term you know, with with water management in New York, we've got some product that we're using long cares. Well, that's a So granular, But this is really convenient for the homeowner because you couldn't go through with the house in sprayer. And, you know, spray those trying to know. So Yeah, That's it, man. Well, Chris, let's take a break. Now we're we're going to be closed July 3rd. That's a Friday and we're closed now on the weekend, So if you want to come see us come see his money through Friday. We're 8 to 5. Look forward to seeing everybody. If you need landscaping, if you need long care if you need How he forced molting done if you need patios, retaining walls built if you just get old fashioned landscape and lock your shrubs have got way overgrown and you got a print and not married going on. Give us a call, and we'll come out there and rip all that crap out and put you in something that you can. You can manage. Ah, 8544005 is the number right there. Now, if you want to call us on the radio show here if you've got a garden question You could give us a college 188891051 of five year list of the classic garden landscaped sho W R. C. You know, I've been knowing Fats tractor for over 40 years. My dad first did business with him when I was just a teenager. Doubts and I have bonded a close working relationship ever since. There are other camo tractor dealerships closer than fowls, but none with more knowledge and integrity. Out's tractor also has great bison combo tractors. I don't care who I get on the phone. When I call Fausset could be Mark Linda, Josh or Pat Fowls. It just doesn't matter because they all have the expertise needed to help me with my questions. The service department gives me excellent service as well. So if you're looking for a nuclear boat, a tractor or used tractor or if you're looking for an implement to go behind your tractor, call Founds Tractor. 594 7000 Keep in mind that fouls Tractor has a great lineup of riding mowers is well. Call Pfoutch Tractor. 594 7000 and tell them that Mike sent you. Green House insurance protects everything I own. From business to personal Green House insurance takes care of me under one giant.

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"green house" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:31 min | 2 months ago

"green house" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The big trucks with the green houses we are back the current county show ends we are talking about another topic that is obviously on everyone's list of important topics and that is the death of George Floyd the the protests have been a catalyst for conversations about race police reform and even of the Democrats our house is is good too considering some sort of federal reform that we're just reading about that look this past weekend with us to discuss these issues is Dan Herbert Dan is an attorney who handled what is probably the highest profile police shooting case in history up to this point of the defense of Jason Van **** in the shooting of laquan McDonald Dan is a former decorated police officer cook county prosecutor in in house attorney for the fraternal order of police is now with his own law firm Herbert law firm and represents police officers handle civil rights cases criminal defense and personal injury hi Dan welcome to the show hi Karen how are you good good it's nice to hear you are I you know does this bring back sort of deja vu to this whole idea of this huge case and all of the protests and is does this kind of bring it back to you having represented dot Jason Van **** yeah absolutely yet especially when the protest started yeah you brought back a few memories said that you were uncomfortable feelings yeah well let's talk to some nuts and bolts here let's talk about choke holds in the holds as a police officer yourself did you ever use them and what is the training up until this point say about whether you should use them I never used chokeholds we were taught chokeholds and it would be the situation where you read after about a potential that you needed to essentially choke out momentarily to gain control of this individual thanks to my knowledge they they've done away with choke holds on in Chicago most police departments but it's important to clarify with respect to choke holds it was so cold when you're ready and if it's all that was on top and then causing a danger so you know I'm gonna ask you this like right from the beginning here you are assigned to represent Derek Chauvin and and let's say you you obviously don't know all the facts yet we don't know all the facts yet we know there was an autopsy that said that that there are other things that contributed to his death there was a a new autopsy that the family had that says that the out to Disney hold was the it was probably V. about cause of death how do you defend a case like this how do you approach it as a lawyer like get into you know we want to get into your head to see how do you approach presenting this to a jury really I think the only possible argument you would have to look at the corners of death like you spoke of in game that would be an area that you know you would have to certainly hire an expert to review the autopsy and district if you were able to show that the cause of death was on something other than the six nation then obviously it wouldn't be a murder because of your actions so no other than than that of science I think it's going to be it would be difficult because it's it's really hard to justify the actions that occurred you know for so many reasons the fact that this individual scanned copy was he was laying hone down on the ground and it lasted for so long it's just it's it's hard to come up with a defense for those actions the officer being critical that he that he needed to do that would you be talking plea bargain at this point I I certainly would I mean I think that you know maybe the prosecution with respect to the chart for a second degree it might be somewhat difficult to prove I would suspect that come trial they they may choose to go in the third degree but yeah I don't think any plea bargains what we offer in this case what that writes up quite I think the prosecution would probably hold firm on that serious serious jail time explain briefly for our listeners the difference generally between a second degree in a third degree murder charge yeah in Minnesota it's the second degree is the is the unintentional killing up crystal but while committing another felony and third degree murder in Minnesota is is obviously an unintentional killing but it's it's done with the depraved heart is how they describe it which is I think you know what you think about care but I think it's kind of Hartford jury to understand exactly what constitutes for the crazy part but at a certain thickness reporter charge in this case would likely be a lay up the only issue I see with the second degree charge in this case is the prosecutors obviously would be required who are the commission of a felony and you know the first thought that comes to mind would be some type of kidnapped like a kidnapping or aggravated battery charge the kidnapping you know the stains from what I understand but certainly won't reason to detain the certificates will be in the aggravated battery may be difficult to prove because of the fact that Minnesota's police department's policy was bailout for movies chokeholds to take place you know the but certainly the prosecution they may concede that point they would have to I I would assume that they would say well it certainly at some point it became unreasonable and I don't think anyone could really argue with that hi I know I'm gonna ask you dear your you were a police officer you've defended police officers can you possibly get into this guy's head and and and give me some reason that he continued to exert that pressure on George Ford said what what could have been going on in his mind I'm not asking you to justify it or say that you're advocating that he should have done that because I don't think you're saying that at all you're saying the opposite but what is the police put put a police officer have been thinking the only thing that I could come up with is that this police officer had some type of sure of this individual in fear that if he were to to release the pressure that he would be put in a situation where he might be harmed and you know in that might have been a real hero and that officers bind but I don't think anyone can argue that it was a reasonable you know it ended the fact that there was can't put sorry it's such a big deal in this case when when people are not in the house you know there are any number of dangers that are that are and sometimes likely when somebody's in handcuffs each they can still cause damage but we were all officers there there's really just no way to explain still for this individual suffering from some type of you know with mental illness whether it be covered or something but you know these police officers they've done studies and nervous they are suffering from the effects of PTSD no very similar to military personnel that are compact but this one was just it's hard to come up with any plausible explanation yeah I hear a lot of people saying that we should charge him with first degree murder and that this is first degree what facts would have to be present in order for that kind of charge to be brought in maybe start by defining what the what the elements are of first degree murder generally speaking yes first available in Minnesota is is different than theirs in Illinois the world's kind of some one of the few states that that doesn't require the proof of premeditation or malice well I'm so jealous in Minnesota it would be hard for a prosecutor to that this officer despite hope reaches the actions word that that he and he intended to kill was individual in that he did that spring Medicaid obviously that would be very very difficult in that he acted with with malice with Illinois it's those doctors are not in the church instead they are affirmative defenses so the burden is really placed on the defendant to prove medication such as no malice no premeditation when we come back from a break in a little bit we're going to talk about the other three officers and and and some of the defenses there but what what what kind of work do you think is going to represent show and I mean this is you know we as lawyers represent people of all walks we represent people who are innocent we represent people who are guilty represent good people and bad people and we're dealt with the facts were dealt with and and we go in there and we do the best for our clients you did that with Jason Van **** hi my view you got a good result for him it in that it could've been worse and what what would what could a lawyer would be the case the lawyer to take this kind of case well you know we it would be a difficult case to take for a number of reasons but it is you know when the listeners know that that everyone is entitled to a certain sense and it's not shows are popular defensive units also for unpopular spinach and there's you know it is horrific instance this cases with this officer you know there are thousands of Moodle malicious crimes are committed by individuals and they are very conservative parents just as much as the officer here in Minnesota so I I think it would be a lawyer that would take this case based upon the recognition that the constitution calls for everyone to serving a certain plants we're here with Dan Herbert the law offices down Herbert here in Chicago we represent a Jason Van **** in the shooting death of a convict on we come back we're gonna talk a little bit more about the other three officers and and how their trials might go you're listening to WGN all right it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the paging me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay trombone was Bob wine you say well be fine coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the fingers now small choir goes even coming at you favorites coming at.

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"green house" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:37 min | 2 months ago

"green house" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Geraniums flowers green houses around Michigan are destroying popular geraniums after cuttings were found to be infected with a rare bacteria they say this bacteria could actually threatened U. S. crops if it spreads these geraniums are the fantasia pink flare many have been destroyed greenhouses are disinfecting their facilities the geraniums were imported from Guatemala and were sent nationwide but experts say Michigan is the hardest hit and the bacteria kills plants by blocking water and nutrients from moving through their systems and other plants other crops could catch it from the geraniums they were acting like caps but they warned to cops and being found in possession of cocaine didn't help either W. WJZY joining us live a local with the story from Oakland county good morning run you're going to town deputies under cover in Lyon township had a suspicious vehicle shadowing their own car and when they noticed the blue emergency light on that windshield they pulled them over search there is two feet along with the police style flashing lights deputies also discovered a handgun a starter pistol a police style badge handcuffs scanner and a spotlight a K. nine unit brought to the search as detectives also recovered a plastic straw containing suspected cocaine residue along with the contraband two children ages one and two were in the backseat they were turned over to relatives the driver and passenger now face drug and weapons charges live in local rendu a W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty the corona virus pandemic is pushing some people in the US to the brink of a mental health crisis W. WJBK reporting live in local that says there's been a spike in calls to crisis centers bath and Roberta it's just expected to get worse with an increase in suicides and drug overdoses in the coming months with the impact it's had on the economy that's according to the CEO of the community mental health association of Michigan Robert Sheehan for example employment rate thirty one point one hundred employment rate the suicide rate by one point six percent well not for talking about a fifteen percent or twenty percent or twenty percent unemployment rate holy smokes we're gonna be talking about a suicide rate it'll skyrocket she and says if you need help reaching out and he says if you need information on where to get it call two one one reporting live Beth Fisher WWJ newsradio nine fifty check in with Tony Ortiz look at sports in about two.

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Daffodils Placed Outside Boston Hospitals To Show Appreciation For Medical Workers

WBZ Morning News

01:17 min | 3 months ago

Daffodils Placed Outside Boston Hospitals To Show Appreciation For Medical Workers

"Rich by the time you hear this thousands of potted daffodils will be placed outside hospitals in Boston to show gratitude and support for our front line medical workers this is all the work of marathon daffodils which of line the Boston Marathon route for years and this year due to covert nineteen something a little different joining me coordinator for marathon daffodils campaign Diane valley tell us all about it Diane because of the corona virus pandemic we have to be very mindful of the governor and the mayor advisory first social different thing but we also wanted to use the daffodil to bring a symbol of hope so our way of doing it this year it's have thousands upon the death of the place that the hospital the medical community can enjoy them and take them home or look at them when they are working hope that it will bring them some joy and Boston strong spirit and we are so grateful for all of their contribution to keep us safe W. F. the bell a man who has been our partner for a number of years is helping us strategize how to reach out to the hospital and with the help of open green house who are the growth of these beautiful marathon capital city scape who are helping us distribute them we're hoping

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Health department investigates potential measles exposure in Northern Virginia

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Health department investigates potential measles exposure in Northern Virginia

"Who spend time off at it posted time that is at any of five northern Virginia locations in January may this morning have been exposed to the measles the Virginia department of health is letting everybody know where and when someone with measles pass through and could have infected others the first spot listed is Dulles airport in the gate C. for complex January twenty sixth between eight PM and eleven thirty PM also on the list is green house grill restaurant in John Loring the next day January twenty seventh from noon to three PM to see all five places listed as potential exposure spots for measles go to W. T. O. P. dot

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Officials warn of possible N. Virginia measles exposure

Del Walmsley

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Officials warn of possible N. Virginia measles exposure

"Confirmed cases of the corona virus so far in our area but that's not the only virus that big wigs of the health department or worried about there's a case of measles in northern Virginia and the Commonwealth department of health says it's possible others may have been exposed if they spent time at Dulles airport on the twenty sixth or Kabam place on south east street that night from nine until one that person also visited green house grill and done Lori and the residence inn by Marriott Fairfax in falls church if you've been vaccinated for the measles you're fine but if you haven't and you start feeling ill you should stay home and call your doctor

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"green house" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:50 min | 6 months ago

"green house" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Use the green house under the city of Oakland equity program for cannabis businesses as a condition of its permit no get a cannabis operator was required to give back to the community Doug president and C. E. O. John Orem says they built the greenhouses and trained the budding business owners I'm really happy to see these groups in these individuals actually start their businesses and and learn and and become profitable and successful it won't be easy I was says a lot of blood sweat and tears as a man's job in Oakland Jeffrey Schaub KCBS new research decades the Veidt makers are winning the marketing war with the FDA details from key CBS's Jim Taylor the research out of UC Berkeley suggests there are ten thousand as many pro bait being Instagram posts as there are negative it just told us that how hard it is probably for public health officials to confront does probate thing that messages left a message just practically gets overwhelmed by marketing from Peiping influencers researcher Julia bassy she says young people bristle at FDA admonitions against Peiping there will get there yeah I'm paying us some saying didactic some saying criticizing what they do and telling them don't date because of dangerous for your health and that's not necessarily what they want to hear she says instead since the teenager's embrace the probate marketing campaigns from the vaping industry Jim Taylor KCBS there are dramatic new numbers on the opioid crisis the number of Sentinel and heroin overdoses in San Francisco more than doubled last year according to the medical examiner fentanyl may have contributed to ninety deaths in twenty eighteen that skyrocketed to two hundred thirty four last year according to Matt Haney a supervisor he is now calling for more frequent updates on overdose deaths well the impeachment trial is a hot topic in Washington here at home the area Republicans say their attention is elsewhere don Johnson Madison with the San Mateo county young Republicans talk to KPIX five we haven't been as focused on the impeachment trial just because we've been more focused on what's going on here in California the reality is a Washington DC can only do so much for California we have really she's here we have a wildfire crisis we have the homelessness epidemic and you know we have so many other issues that we need to deal with the local Republicans also say they're optimistic about re taking some of the California congressional seats that term blue in twenty eighteen nine parents who were deported with the trump administration separated thousands of migrant families landed back in the US to reunite with children they haven't seen in a year and a half half the group arrived at LAX from Guatemala City last night the trip was arranged under the order of a federal judge who found the you U. S. government had unlawfully prevented them from seeking asylum some of the children were at the airport to greet them a powerful reminder of the lasting effects of the president's separation policy the CBS news time five twenty five time to check the markets overnight you know serve Eddie in the Bloomberg news room morning Holly in med good morning the stock futures are little changed to lower here amid lingering concerns that a virus spreading from China to other countries could weigh on global growth the S. and P. futures down six nasdaq futures down eight Dow futures down eighty two overseas in Europe markets are moderately lower Asian markets slumped today wells Fargo's main regulator is preparing civil charges against former managers related to their roles in its retail banking scandals Bloomberg has learned that as many as ten people may face civil charges jewel is reducing its foot print at home in San Francisco is the embattled E. cigarette makers new management continues a far reaching review of operations the company is looking for a way to exit a we work location in the financial district and seeking to selling nearby office tower.

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"green house" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:34 min | 7 months ago

"green house" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A green house in an in ground pool another property that I have that also was shown this week is in the village of cross keys at thirty eight baton green and that's the zip code two one two one echo it is a large very luxurious and unit townhouse it's sitting in the wood it's surrounded by nature you really feel like it's in a private home but you don't have to take care of the grass in you don't have to shovel the snow and that's what the condo association is four of the villages have three swimming pools they have the shops and at the villages it's a gated private community if you're interested in the village of cross keys this property thirty eight about and green yes lovely come see yet or call your real estate agent and have them make an appointment with may our call may direct again you can reach me after the show for ten five three zero twenty four hundred another property that I have that's a condo unit six hundred on the sixth floor of Strathmore towers is over eighteen hundred square feet this is for somebody you don't want to live in a house in a more you want somebody to take care of all the maintenance you want underground parking you want a carefree living this one has got a balcony that's twenty five feet long on the third bedroom is used as a Dan and the condo fees include all utilities so you can keep it as warm as you want and the winter as cool as you want in the summer there's a door men there is a full service luxury condo are not only with the dorm and that with the front desk so if you need help with packages and as I mention it does have a garage parking move in condition interested in Strathmore towers please give me a call again you can reach me after the show for ten five three zero twenty four hundred another very special home that I have is the Stevenson area if you're looking for a mid century modern rancher this is all on one level but the good thing about it.

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"green house" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"green house" Discussed on KTRH

"Four seven news radio seven forty K. T. R. A. and high powered radio station good morning six thirty one now and Houston's morning news on Jay Baruchel long sure fryer among our top stories this half hour the person says he's the only one who has the guts to take on China confidence in the economy down for the month of August it is six thirty eight the farmers almanac says this one is going to be a polar coaster details of the minutes a head during Houston's morning news first let's get you caught up on that morning drive once again amid already has that information looking at the inbound side of the East Texas looks like we have an accident right around Laura copy and then a stalled car passed processors on the entrance ramp so give yourself at least twenty minutes to move from beltway eight into six ten in downside forty five north freeway right around all the vendor there's a little fender Bender there's just backed up to the interchange with the Sam Houston now the inbound side of I ten the Katy freeway as you're coming up to the Sam Houston we do have an accident there you back up to highway six that's going to be about fifteen twenty minutes you might wanna use memorial instead and it looks like we may have another accident behind that it's going to be right around green house road and traffic is backed up on that one all the way to ninety nine the grand parkway so that's going to take some time and then on the grand parkway if you're traveling the northbound side after highland Knowles we've got an accident there that's causing about a fifteen minute delay inbound sixty nine if you're coming up on sixty on the west loop we've got an accident there I believe it's on the right side of the roadway in traffic is backed up the beach not pop off of each not use that as an alternate over to six ten I'm Julie hardy in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center from our Katie our age west side north side Lexus twenty four with the center for the cuddly curly scattered showers and storms this afternoon with highs today right about ninety five we'll get the details of the forecast latest on door in when we talked to Terry Smith of the weather channel in.

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"green house" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"green house" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Green house gas emissions standards the car makers get a little more flexibility in meeting fuel economy goals and more credit for making electric vehicles in return they agree to respect California's authority Navigant research analyst sample balsamic says carmakers didn't want a protracted fight their continuing down the same path that they were already on they at least have peace with California analysts expect other car makers to join in the voluntary agreement just go for it CBS news Detroit president trump supporters spawn of free giveaway after a controversy a chance at a campaign rally last week CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez explains some customers say a deli owner in Clayton California crossed the line with his latest promotion John can you say shared an offer on Facebook promising a free side to anyone who would say send her back while they place their order can he's also boasted the meatballs at Brooklyn heroes were made from beef so as not to offend any quote overly sensitive poor caters an apparent reference to Muslims who don't eat pork he said he'd already given away sixty five freebies before the post was disabled Deborah Rodriguez CBS news when the doctor with a better bedside manner a big donation may help in that area if you spend a lot of time on Twitter you might conclude the world is a pretty mean place but California billionaire is doing more to improve the human condition the San Diego union Tribune says Denny Sanford is giving UC San Diego a hundred million dollars to study empathy and compassion and how to cultivate those qualities and doctors the donation apparently influenced by Sanford's private meeting with the Dalai Lama in twenty seventeen Pam Coulter CBS news at twelve fifty five.

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Little Caesars to use Impossible Foods' meatless sausages in pizzas

America's Morning News

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Little Caesars to use Impossible Foods' meatless sausages in pizzas

"Well, the head of a plant based burger maker, impossible foods says his company is in no rush to go public, despite the success of its main competitor impossible foods debuted its second product this week, meatless sausage crumbles on Little Caesars pizza impossible foods, CEO, and CFO David Lee, on the growing popularity of the company's impossible burgers, and the target market, I the hardcore mediator, and I am exactly the target of impossible, ninety plus percent of the people who keep coming back for this impossible burger, they're coming, because they're mediators, who want that crave ability that hits the spot, but they want feel better about their health. They wanna feel better about the impact, they're having on the world won't is did this meatless book. So the impossible burger is made entirely out of plants, which means it uses a fraction of the world's resources at a fraction of the amount of water produces. I think an eighth of the green. House gases, you would get from a burger from a cow, but it has that same magic molecule, the only molecule that makes credibility happen. It's called him, h e e that's right. You got it. Hime is what a counties turn itself into delicious beef. We found it in a plan and we're the only ones but the patents and the know how to produce it at scale to make delicious crave. -able me entirely out of plants either fashionable. Well, I know. Public splash throat in a lot of money in the stock went straight up. So are you going to go public? We are in. No rush to go public. Well, we've had the benefit good a piece of the day, could cash out become an even more wealthy guy than you already. Well, we are in a rush to make sure we can serve our mission by increasing our supply for meat eaters, but we've had the benefit. This is a great example, three hundred million race out of seven hundred fifty from great long-term investors like horizon, tomozyk though, many of us came from large public company backgrounds. She told shawl as just been announced their head of supply chain. Dennis Woodside took dropbox public. I have predominantly a public company background. We know how to operate as if we're public, you don't need to catch you got it now. If I go to a white castle. Yes. Can I get a meatless book a less than two bucks at every every white castle?

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"green house" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"green house" Discussed on KGO 810

"Guest like a thousand times more powerful green housing agent than carbon dioxide, and if we produce it and released into the Martian atmosphere at the same rate, we produce similar chemicals on earth in fifty years. We'd wore Mars by ten degrees centigrade. And that's a lot. Okay. You know, the whole global warming that we've had on earth since eighteen eighty has raised us one degree centigrade. So this ten times that much in a shorter amount of time. Now, if you warm the Mars that much it would force very large amounts of carbon dioxide gas. That is soaked into the soil of Mars to. Outguess and thicken the atmosphere, and yes, it could take up to densities like in the Himalayas. And and that would also create pressure radiation protection for the surface, and it would one planet a lot more. Because carbon dioxide is also a greenhouse gas as we know. And now there's water on Mars. There's a lot of water on Mars, it's frozen into the soils permafrost. But we we've now discovered glaciers on Mars as far south as thirty eight degrees north which is like San Francisco's latitude on earth that have more water than there is freshwater North America and more than the Great Lakes, and these would melt, and they dry rivers on Mars it start to flow again and Dr lakes on Mars would start to fill again and we'd start having an act of water cycle. And at this point with a six to atmosphere and water and circulation. We. Could start spreading plants around on Mars, and the plants is they spread start turning some of the carbon dioxide into oxygen and eventually make it breathe.

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"green house" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"green house" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Like a thousand times more powerful green housing agent than carbon dioxide, and if we produce and released into the Martian atmosphere at the same rate, we produce similar chemicals on earth in fifty years. We'd wore Mars by ten degrees. Centigrade. And that's a lot. Okay. You know, the whole global warming that we'd had on earth since eighteen eighty has raised us. One degree centigrade is ten times in a shorter amount of time. Now, if you warm the Mars that much it would force very large amounts of carbon dioxide gas. That is soaked into the soil of Mars to out gas and in the atmosphere, and yes, it could take up to densities like in the Himalayas. And and that would also create pressure radiation protection for the surface, and it would warm the planet a lot more. Because carbon dioxide is also a greenhouse gas as we know. And now there's water on Mars. There's a lot of water on Mars, it's frozen into the soils permafrost. But we we've now discovered glaciers on Mars as far south as thirty eight degrees north which is like San Francisco's latitude on earth that have more water than there is fresh. Water in North America and more than the Great Lakes and these would melt and they dry rivers on Mars it. Start to flow again of Dr lakes on Mars would start to fill again, and we'd start having an active water cycle. And at this point with a six zero two atmosphere and water and circulation. We could start spreading plants around on Mars, and the plants is they spread would start turning some of the carbon dioxide into oxygen and eventually make it breathe.

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"green house" Discussed on The Pitch

The Pitch

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"green house" Discussed on The Pitch

"Man from New York and accustomed to everything. Happening in like a third of the time of getting around here. So thank you in a manner familiar to anyone who's ever been late to something. They shouldn't have been myself included. Amanda tries her best to pull herself together. And then she dives into her pitch. So money's Amanda. I'm the co founder of industrial Ganic. What do you think is the single largest component of landfills? Do you think it's plastic things paper is actually food food food is the single largest component of landfills? It's about twenty one percent cities. Don't have the infrastructure. Don't have the ability to handle an increase in organic waste version or Ganic ways. So Amanda explains the problem with food waste is that after it finds its way to the landfill. It just sits there slowly rotting away. And as it decomposes it put. Off a steady flow of methane, methane, a green house gas and a major contributor to global warming. So industrial organic has adopted commercial food processing technology to handle food based in an indoor industrial setting without methane emissions and much lower Oder than other methods where raising a million seed round right now have about half of that in the Bank. Amanda says that she just started raising money for industrial organic a few months ago. And she's already secured about six hundred K of her target million dollars, including large check from pretty well known investor who was Brooklyn Bridge ventures if you know him. Yeah. I'm in three fifty the mention of Charlie Donal gets. Everyone's attention, though, few investors will admit it. They definitely take a closer look at a startup if a well respected investor has already gone in. I can feel Amanda starting to crawl her way out of the whole she dug when she showed up late. So what's your back's in Manta has great background? I I I've heard about industrial Ganic before she is a very interesting. Go ahead. Well, I don't know. It's interesting, but we'll be Georgia. Yeah. We'll yeah. We'll tell you. Interesting interesting or not. So I grew up in Staten Island near the biggest landfill in the world that could be seen from space smelly. Yeah. Very smelly. It was a huge part of my childhood like going to belly class or like going to friend's birthday party isn't like hold your nose. Everybody going past the landfill. But I thought it was totally normal. Like, everyone did that. Eventually Amanda moved on from life near the landfill. She started her career, and marvel comics in the business operation side after that she spent some time in advertising and pharmaceuticals and around the same time people started becoming more interested in whether food was coming from and thinking, you know, what something that everyone is always going to need food than was attracted to the waste aspect of that ambassador inspiration struck. She could apply her background and business to the smelly problem she first encountered in her backyard as a child trash. Initially wanted to start a collection service. I wanted to do like Uber for waste management..

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"green house" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"green house" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"We will let you come on. And if you want to brag about anything going on with your favorite beloved New York Mets before we talk NBA, we can do that. Okay. I didn't think. So. All right. Let's get right to the NBA, Mike. How long have you been in Mexico? You start with a shot like that? And that's just unfair. All I know is don't call me next October looking for World Series. You are a beauty Mike joining us here on the Jim Rome show. Are you just in Oakland? And you watched a very surprising outcome, especially when the Brown went out in the third quarter. And you know, it's almost like everybody expects the warriors to go eighty two. And no, but do you see any differences with the warriors right now, let's say compared to twelve months ago and how they're playing. Yes. And this is natural in many ways, and it's impossible to expect a team who have accomplished what they've accomplished to keep that standard, especially when they've dealt with injuries to key players, but they they're not playing right now with the same hunger that we've seen from them. And I think it's almost humanly impossible to continue along those lines during the regular season. But it's just not there. And you notice it especially on the defensive end. And when you lose a Steph curry for eleven games when Draymond green doesn't play for fourteen games. They're going to suffer the consequences because the gap is narrowed. Some of the other teams have certainly improved in the west and dream on green is such an essential part of this team in what he brings in not just as is skill level and his defensive leadership, but it's emotion, and he just doesn't seem right to me right now, he's not playing with the same abandoned injuries. A part of it, certainly so all those things combined together, and you're going to have some downs there still the favourite, but they're not playing the way they they have in past years, and it's very puzzling. When you look at Klay Thompson shooting thirty three percent from beyond the arc and it hasn't made just a bad week or two big weeks. I mean, it's been a season long struggle. Maybe we put that near the top of the list, correct? No, you're absolutely right. And I should have said that part of it. I mean, he's the guy is one of the great shooters. We've ever seen to see him struggle like this. He's had great looks and you can tell you know, he he's so steady in terms of never gets too high or too low, but you can see the frustration on them. And that's something that that you've never seen. I mean, the fact that I think Draymond green house the less technical thousand Klay Thompson this year, which could be the upset stat of the season. But with all that said grant to me, what the Lakers did was almost impressive as what the Golden State Warriors didn't do the other day, and you know, as well as anybody there's no such thing as a statement game in December. But for a young Laker team. That's trying to take that next step to do what they did the way the game played out obviously with LeBron James leaving with injury with the warriors coming back in that building going crazy, and they cut a nine hundred. Point lead to two that game that all the ear markings of Lakers are gonna wind up losing by fifteen for them to do what they did. And just absolutely obliterate the warriors without LeBron. That's there's no question in my mind. That's a confidence builder for a young team. We have a ton of listeners in Wisconsin. And you are in Milwaukee. And you're going to have a chance tonight to announce a game with one of the real marvels of the sport in Yana said that a combo and the fact that he's still several years away from his prime could be scary for rest of the league. I mean, where would you put him right now, if we put the LeBron one, and maybe we put Kevin Durant to he's got to be in the conversation right next to those guys. I'm not saying he is those guys, but on the very next level, isn't he? Well, he's he's certainly in the top five. I I'm not a big guy in terms of rating who's one two three four and five. The only time. I I have to do is one you actually have to sit and vote for an MVP and write a guy's name in. But what's scary is as you said, I couldn't agree more grant. He's not even close to a ceiling. It. He still doesn't really have a jump shot. He's still working on a three point. He's put it into his game. But it's certainly not there yet. His his his leadership his court awareness. His defensive tenacity and his defensive instincts. In addition to all the spectacular numbers. It's been truly amazing. And and some of the credit this year has to go to Mike boot holes or where he is set up an offense that makes it almost impossible for him to be guarded. You know, it's it's four guys out space them out and let instead of just take over the game. And he's done it without being selfish. I mean, his shot selection is is incredible. I've never seen a player. I know there. There are other players back in the day. I I don't remember the George Gervin a lot of people talk about him with the same body type. But I've never seen a player like this guy. And he still has so much more that he could add to his game. Yeah. You talk about shooting. And then I go over to Philadelphia. And I know that we're talking about still a very very young player in only, you know, again early in his career in Ben Simmons. But I was having this conference. Sation with Howie Beck earlier. And I still wonder in the way the game is played now. Mike can you win and by win? I'm talking about go deep in the playoffs with a point guard who can't shoot and is a liability at the foul line. What are your thoughts on that? I'm going to say I disagree with it from a standpoint of because the rest of his game is so spectacular. And he has other guys who can do some of the things you can't. Now, the free throw shooting is something that people rarely talk about and in a big playoff series. That's coming down to a sixth and seventh game. Sure. Often who has their free throws decides who advances and who doesn't so from that standpoint, you're right. But I think he's good enough and the rest of his game good enough that that they can overcome that they can still be the best team in the east. They can still go to the finals. But they're one of five teams, I think that can go to the finals in the eastern and the west who the hell knows. But I I still think his game is his leadership for his age and his his. His court vision and his defensive play he can overcome those shortcomings that I think he was eventually gonna fix Mike when I host this show. I love having on people like yourself. We've had Joe buck on we have talked with Marv Albert we've talked with doc Emrick, and I can go on and on. And I always asked a question about how they got started in the business. You have millions of people that watch during the NBA finals, and they see you announcing basketball, but they don't know how you got going. How how did you get involved in sports casting take me back to your early years? Well, I I you know, I would say one of six boys growing up in New York. And and sports was everything to all of us. I played when I was a kid in high school, I played basketball and baseball in high school, but obviously not good enough to play at the next level. So I figured I gotta figure out a way to to somehow stay in it, and I went to Fordham university, which had a great college radio station. And that was really the start for me. It gave me the bug that. Maybe I could do something in the sports world from an announcing standpoint, and like you, and like the other great broadcasters that you that you mentioned, you know, I did these high school games of the week..

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Steph Curry is the Warriors unicorn in this fairy tale

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Steph Curry is the Warriors unicorn in this fairy tale

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Kevin Durant finally out of his funk, but healthy curry needed by an Killian. Kevin Durant might not believe in fairy tales, but his coach believes in unicorns bear with me. This is where we are with the warriors. We've run out of basketball words to describe with the previous four seasons were like and what the next six months may require. So now, we're using terms that come from children's picture books. The other night after his best performance since the good ship warriors struck a rock Durant said I don't believe in. It's just going to be over in the NBA. I don't believe in the fairy tales meaning that one victory over Portland on Friday night, wasn't going to cure the ills that have beset the talented team for almost two weeks. However, a second straight victory. A one seventeen one sixteen win over much improved Sacramento on Saturday might be more evidence that the warriors have turned a corner. Her Durant's phenomenal performance. Forty four points, thirteen rebounds, seven assists, helped the warriors to their first winning streak since November fifth back to Golden State. Normalcy warriors, head coach Steve Kerr says that for four years his team has been living a charmed existence as though they'd been kissed by some magical being and turned from frogs into princes, which is kind of true, though, the Genesis of the transformation began with the two thousand nine NBA draft and the whole charmed part of you seasons to kick into gear the past two weeks of turmoil and belly button observing have at least brought clarity on one question who's the one warrior who is completely indispensable and most valued funny to think that his recently as June. There was some discussion that the answer to that question might be Durant after his back toback finals MVP awards one of the silver linings of the warriors recent struggles. Is that there's no longer a question about the engine that makes the warriors run? This is Steph Curry's team has been from the time. He was drafted by the Golden State frogs, and it will be for the foreseeable future. Recently in a speaking engagement Kirk called curry a unicorn he said that most NBA teams are quote looking for a Steph curry, but he's a unicorn he doesn't exist. Curry actually does exist. He was on the bench Saturday night hopping up to applaud his team or holding a quick conference with his teammates about what he saw the court during timeouts. He chatted with fans or grab some gum and mints from the tray on the scores table and tossed it to kids in the stands. He was wearing a sport coat and not swaddled in bubble wrap despite team owner Joe labs possible instructions curry had made his way to the arena safely in what curse suggested was quote, one of his other nine cars, though, the warriors made light of Curry's car accident. On rain-slicked highway twenty four Friday morning it surely scared the Jesus out of everyone Curry's Porsche was hit twice once when he was pulled over on the median strip Kerr said that as far as he knew curry suffered. No next day repercussions from the accident. I'm fine. Thanks for asking curry said Saturday night. Of course, the accident ended in typical Steph way with a selfie taken with the California Highway Patrol officers which was posted on Instagram with a reminder to wear your seat belts. What Kerr meant by calling curry a unicorn was that he's that elusive magical creature that appears only in fantasies, and while NBA general managers may search far and wide for quote a curry they probably never will find one. It's not just what he does on the floor though, that can't be discounted his amazing shooting skills. His thirty points a game his orchestration of the offense his pace Dereck. Action his calm demeanor. His infusion of joy, all of that has been missing from the warriors ever since curry went down with the injury on November tenth, but the other unicorn qualities of curry are his selflessness. His unassuming leadership his ability to set the tone and be a role model or the grownup if you prefer for the rest of the team he drove to drain on Green's house after green suspension to see how his longtime teammate was doing. He went on the road trip with the team. Even though he wasn't going to play to help with chemistry though. The team lost all three games on there, Texas triangle trip the site of curry on the bench cracking jokes with both green and Durant helped ease tension and start the healing on Saturday. Curry was leaping off the bench screaming in enthusiasm alongside DeMarcus cousins doubling over with laughter directing the crowd and high-fiving teammates. No, I'm not comfortable playing without. Them Durant set of Korean green who also remains out with a toe injury. I'm never comfortable without those to the warriors have a two game win streak, which is huge considering their struggles of the past two weeks. But it's not charmed. It's not a fairy tale. They're still missing their unicorn.

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"green house" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"green house" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"Oliver Queen green house just surprise. Holy harness. A guy goes on the road trip for a couple of weeks and you people react like on the ghost of Christmas past. Hey you. Superman, hugs, green arrow, don't any of you people believe in a simple handshake like the Martian blew us. Put me down. So you get believe this. Tell you what I believe I believe you just crack one of my ribs. All right. So out with all ready. Where's how come to think of it? Whereas the canary canary meeting deadlines black canary Dinah resigned from active duty in this league to move to Seattle all of you don't recall this what they did in the comics at one point. They both moved to Seattle opened up floral shop what you're kidding right Seattle. What the hell's up there? No way, John lady bird would have mentioned something that big to me. I mean, we are involved. What a woman says, I'll maybe you should let John scan your mind and might clear up all the questions you're raising simply by being here. Are you nutty? I got every right to be here. I used to fund this team soldier operation. Didn't I I'll over Queen at one point was a billionaire and he did fund the Justice league. The only questions need answering are the ones. You people don't copy to like where the hell is green lantern? And remember we have a Kyle Rayner green lantern and he says. Well, is that who I think it is? Oh, we clump. There you go. And again. Yes right now. Like where the hell is green lantern right here. Going up for. What an entrance take it away. Keep going. Well, is that do I think it is. Now who the hell is this, and what's what that stupid mask Raynor's? Green lantern mask was kinda stupid. Yeah. It was ugly. I'm I'm Kyle the green lantern great first. There's the black guy then the redneck now a toddler. The love those were the green lanterns like Jon Stewart, Jordan, those Jon Stewart their guard Gardner. For the love of Pete. Those little blue men. Give those rings out like prizes in a cracker Jack box little blue man or the guardian. The guardians who of course, the lanterns ranks little healthier. I'm way confused Ryota. Duni? Remember, what happened with how will you die with me for them, the no, but I'm starting to get the picture here. Man. How going little joy Reid, and you can just and you people think you can just replace us with young Turks like blow dry boy over there. Well, kitty flash next. You're gonna tell me there's an arrow it will Blad taking my spot. Now, this all over Queen is referring to when hint how left as hard traveling hero's saga across America met, the real America, not just super crime and stuff like that. Right. So once again, he's from different era altogether. The call or green lantern uses the all power has ranked to make a big hand that holds a photo. And he says. With all due respect, Mr Clean, your very confused..

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Global climate action summit closed with remarks on the transportation sector

Pacifica Evening News

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Global climate action summit closed with remarks on the transportation sector

"The global climate action summit in San Francisco has drawn to a close the closing events included talks and promises about electrifying transportation by making electric vehicles. More broadly available and increasing the number of electric charging stations. Christopher Martinez reports the thorniest technical part of responding to green house gas emissions is the transportation sector. That's because it's not about dealing with one polluter, but rather millions of individual cars and trucks spewing carbon emissions from fossil fuels the final day of the global climate action summit included promises. Of action to make transportation greener. Eric Garcetti, the democratic mayor of Los Angeles, Los Angeles is number one in so many ways, but we're also number one in traffic. A crown I hope to lose said talked about commitments over the course of this week's summit to deal with transportation here at this summit. We have sixty two commitments to shift to one hundred percents zero emission vehicle fleets, including two dozen global CEOs governors premiers and mayors who signed on this week alone and L A is leading that charge with the largest av market in America. The most municipal fleet the most charges on the street twenty five hundred and counting on our way to twenty five thousand electric vehicle chargers on the streets of Los Angeles said he also talked about pledges to increase the number of zero emission buses. Another transportation issue is emissions from ports the port of Los Angeles. We've met our clean air targets five years ahead of schedule. And with my brother mayor, Robert Garcia, Long Beach. We have made the first pledge of any mayors anywhere on the face of this planet for zero mission ports by twenty thirty five to come in and say a hundred percent of all the operations in L A and Long Beach where forty three percent of all the goods coming into this country. We will be zero emissions. So now, we are doubling down several CEOs from electric vehicle related industries and onset goals to ramp ups and electric vehicle charging stations. Quasimodo motto is CEO of charge point and network of electric vehicle. Charging stations in the US, Europe and Australia electrification of

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"green house" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"green house" Discussed on KOMO

"Update from komo's eric heintz forty one year old tobin pant pleaded guilty monday to fatally shooting linda green last year he told police he saw someone driving off in his jeep and that's when he started to fire his gun after fleeing vehicle he stopped firing when his gun ran out of bullets one of those bullets went into greens house and hit her in the head parents and is scheduled for sentencing on september eight he faces a standard range of six to eight years in prison eric heintz komo news komo news time seven thirty nine a plane crash just north of jackson mississippi has left more than a dozen service members dead chris nissen said he heard that sound of a plane in trouble overhead seconds later black smoke was rising from a soybean field and look for cloudy mississippi all year six teen military members were on board the she 130 fuel transport none survived county emergency management director fred rental says the field is soaked with jet fuel pru morning body without respond inerior military investigators are now working to find the cause of the crash jim ryan abc news the death of an american couple on board an amazon riverboat cruise in south america has led to calls for tougher safety regulations christie larry hammer died and april of last year after a power strict provided by the ship overheated and caught fire and their cabot more from abc news chief investigative correspondent brian ross video from the ship surveillance camera shows luke beginning to come out of the room ended minutes the entire hallway is filled with smoke vesey and randy rosenberg in a room down the hall said there were no fire alarms sounded there were no alarms know flashing lights you couldn't see five inches in front of your face again and again members go to the hammers kevin but don't try to go inside it it would be 20 minutes and forty seven seconds from the first sign of smoke until the crew will entered the.

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"green house" Discussed on KGAB

KGAB

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"green house" Discussed on KGAB

"Go back to that that's not what i'm talking about there's a let's take a look at the green house cast thing so you know to is not causing global warming i'm sorry it's not and without see oh two in the air this is a dead planet you needed in the ground you needed in the year you are you need carbon their ground in it she oh two in the air it has to it that doesn't exist where that planet in fact this planet has had the most like the keke of life on this planet when it has had the most life is when the planet was a lot warmer and it was a lot more ceo to in the air so i don't like junk science now as far as just jumped coming out of the tell quite well we over the years we've set standard for that and yes the air as being cleaned up quite a bit but you reach a point where that you're spending a lot of money to get a tiny little bit of results so in other words but let's say all are sticking you water if you're drinking water there's are snake in there i don't care where you got the water from there's are smith in there now to measure the arch neck and so a let's make sure that we're not drink in so much arch nick that was going to kill us absolutely let's do that i would never argue against that but some point you've reduced they are snake to that to a level that was perfectly safe to drink the water no harm will come to but there's still some are snake in there what we need to get rid of it yet but the amount of energy.

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"green house" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"green house" Discussed on KKAT

"Of what we call green house guesses now we're supposed to hey clean house guesses but we die without green house gases and what we say green house guesses we don't mean like guessing somebody to death we me like water of a pairing carbon dioxide you know stuff like that it would drive country road in it holder season you know maybe it's new jersey and they're twice or whatever and that it's cold and and you see this green houses basically these glass buildings in they great within the screen houses and that was fear that is conducive to growing stuff the liberals i will be marijuana but you know what i mean that's a green helps they called a greyhounds because the green house keeps within it those guesses green else get including carbon dioxide so they group prominent republicans and business leaders backing ataques on carbon dioxide were taking the case when stayed atop white house saves including chief economic adviser gary cone i don't know this guy gary con what was he a goldman sachs got but this makes me very very nervous so rather than getting a bit all slashing taxes across the board which was what a rankings number one priority is him a couple should by august and he had a democrat also representatives he had to deal with i don't see the republicans in congress do involving getting this done i don't see the present united states call on the mound saying let's go boys it's get this done i made a promise let's go and that's why don't jump start the economy but this crap but big executive orders uh protection is a man tear so not let's go let's get the economy unleashed the group listen to this including.

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