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"hiawatha" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Summit in Hiawatha has gas for two twenty five a gallon WBBM news thirty eight traffic and weather together on the gates here's Claire lane it's feeling more and more like a summer Friday here the deep we get into this afternoon lots of you out and about crashes coming going pretty quickly here we got a lot of brake lights among side of the Kennedy now thirty five minutes from o'hare it's twenty five off the junction up on okay to Montrose but when you round the bend a Harlem there very quickly on the brakes twenty seven back out to here up on some of the I get half an hour ride to Mannheim is forty thirty three ninety one forty five for ninety into downtown twenty eight coming in from man I'm busy on the up on Steve it's a thirty two ninety four forty three to three fifty five about a break check as he hit the Ryan finally starting to see some relief for on the northbound side of fifty five you had a bad crash at route fifty three that was blocking the right lane it's just been cleared still heavy from Weber but starting to improve I'll put on the Ryan takes thirty about takes twenty seven slow one about fifty seven at twenty five slow on the up on bishop Ford at twenty five Y. crash in the center lane at a hundred fifteenth among gamers make it twenty two that's a tollway snafus how about that Chris operable mobile seven eighty eight it's a tri state that's our problem child right now southbound tristate slow the Irving Park toll plaza just because then the Sir Michael blouse the thirty first seventy fifth down on the ground that's pretty good traffic volume for this time of the day northbound jammed awful west Brom eighty ninety four right around the Illinois Indiana state line over to near the Lincoln oasis with a crash in the left shoulder then you're slowing up again approaching his delays before the crash on my right shoulder then Europe backed up eighty eight to be up on two ninety on the ramp others always refined is by road work in the right lane north three fifty five Butterfield Roosevelt today Chris operational mobile seven eighty is Bonita rollover crash in the left lane of forty seven of traffic board to forty eight newsradio seven eighty and one of five point nine FM find it and soon a mixture of clouds and sunshine can't lighter shower thunderstorm high very close to ninety.
Protests in the Twin Cities
"Our friend Chris Eckert from five Eyewitness News is joining us on location this is the Colleen Bradley show my talk one of seven one streaming live at my talk one of seven one dot com everything entertainment calling Leinster Bradley trainer home thank Chris Eckert thank you for joining us hi Chris hi I will be already goes you know it's a tough day and I know that you know that first hand because you have been covering the riots that took place in south Minneapolis along Lake Street yeah it is it it is it's a weird dates and it's obviously a tough day I don't think anybody ever wanted to see our our city in the shape that is right now and nobody wants to look up and see the national news in the international news talking about what's happening in the Twin Cities I mean it's unbelievable and in we started probably about four thirty this morning everything along Lake Street and Hiawatha area sort of the epicenter where everything was happening it wasn't safe at that particular moment and so we kind of started in the uptown area and even to see businesses in our town get your apple store Thurston's jewelers several businesses there that have the windows knocked out I mean several miles from kind of where the main main writing was going down on and then we just kept heading east on Lake Street and it just got more and more and more unbelievable when you're talking you know I asked me at least fifty plus businesses with windows knocked out and started been taken from the inside and then and that's not even taking into account all the fires and all the buildings have burned down to its still it's just unbelievable it's heartbreaking and you know Chris I struggle because like you know I don't want to do that thing that we have a tendency to do as human beings and go all you know this is my neighborhood but but it is this is always been my backyard and one of the things that I've always loved it at lake St I have said this forever if you want to really experience the cross section of culture in the in the Twin Cities in Minneapolis specifically drive from one end of Lake Street down to the other end of Lake Street because you will see all kinds of different everything from a a mom and pop shop too you know I either are chain restaurants there are chain pharmacies but then you see the mom and pop pharmacies and you see the mom and pop restaurants and you see all the different cultures as you drive from one end to the other you get a feel for what kind of makes up the fabric of Minneapolis and so to have that be the place where this is all happening it just it's like it's rips through Minneapolis that is such a good way to put that and I've always felt that way about which street it is sold vibrant it is still alive and there is always so much going on along Lake Street and in all these businesses and think about all these businesses were already struggling right with the virus and everything that's going on and and now you're looking you see the windows knocked out and she spokes all right we're gonna have to try to start over from yelp I would choose from scratch a lot of the structures themselves are still there but the you know Chicago ridge street liquor store right there main right the middle there across from the travel market I mean they got ransacked they just did a bunch of remodeling there and they didn't even put out a lot of structural damage but the the owners there said it's going to be several days not a week before we can get real connections but this is one example of once the businesses that have been hit so Chris I have a question it's easy to see like the physical scars of this moment happening and and you know we're drawn to pictures and that's why the news is and and what you folks are doing is so important but you also have probably gotten a sense of the scars that you know our internal meaning you've had a chance to talk to some people along Lake Street as you went were there any actually I guess I don't know were you able to talk to anyone along Lake Street and if so what kind of conversations were you having yeah and I'm I'm glad you brought that up Bradley because that is what it it's easy to get distracted by seeing the the damage and destruction and move away from George Floyd staffed and move away from white people are feeling the way they're feeling we were staying out in front of Chicago lake liquors there we talked to a young man his name was what we eat vomit south Minneapolis sees you know since his family's from small yet but he's born and raised in south Minneapolis this is this is his home and we talk and probably for a good ten minutes about why he feels the way he feels and why he feels that this community city Minneapolis continues to turn a blind eye to the needs of the minority community and you know I asked him if if he felt that was justification for people to Saludos Mrs in the burn things down and he said absolutely not because you know I think that's deplorable but but people need to understand that what happened here in the last twenty four hours is something that has been bubbling under the surface for years and years and years and at times as we've seen it does it does explode and in this particular case over the last twenty four hours we've never seen anything like this absolutely I I'm wondering if you can tell us christen today now in the daylight as we've made it through what was really truly a long and difficult night I will say you know you said you were on the scene at four thirty AM that's right about when I woke up and recognized that you know that that the things that I put my head on the pillow that were happening when I put my head in the pillow were still going on and I and I and I dug deep into see kind of where we were as we woke up this morning but can you tell us now in the light of day as the day is sort of shaping up how are our community members coming out to help are there ways that people are kind of coming together on the streets to try to put some order back there are their business all individual business owners I would say probably about seven thirty in the morning when a majority of what I could tell a majority of the crowds it pretty much dispersed that's when you saw these small mom and pop shops and their friends and family gathering with brooms and and cardboard boxes to be able to gather up the pieces of glass and cart you're putting up plywood to try to protect their storefronts and that's when you really saw people yeah I saw a guy just walking around picking up garbage in the back lot who's buying his business and so that that's definitely that's definitely going on I mean it's it's it's pretty daunting thinking about the amount of of clean up it's gonna have to happen I mean if it is something I've I've I've been in the television business for twenty five years and will provide a places and seen a lot of things I I've never quite seen anything like the aftermath of of what happened and no doubt there will continue to be stories for you guys to cover you guys have been on it from the beginning and is there anything you can give us a heads up about in terms of what we should expect today I know I saw there was a press conference earlier with the mayor and city officials is there anything else we should alert our listeners to to make sure they pay special attention to KSTP well I would you say it the problem just a legit alleges a logistical standpoint from being down there I wouldn't I know that there's a lot of people's urge to go down there and take pictures and see what's left I would just try to avoid the area there are a lot of people down there who were you know down there looking at it and imposing and you've got street lights out you've got power out it's just that it it's N. and now's not a time to be some volatility there too because the the third police precinct is right there I would just I would avoid at all costs yeah I I think the next step is were waiting out here when the National Guard comes in and what happens today yeah well Chris Eckert thank you so much for joining us and giving your perspective as a person who is you know right there reporting as early as four thirty this morning and we will just encourage everybody to see two to five Eyewitness News for updates throughout the day Chris thank you so much for taking time to join us yeah I think you guys appreciate it and you know what you can do is keep talking about it there are talk about it yeah thank you you're not talking about it that's that's that's what it's about yeah I have seen you create
"hiawatha" Discussed on KNSS
"Degrees at the Kagan SS studios in Wichita hi today will reach the mid seventies the rest of your forecast is ahead the Wichita police department is asking for your help in locating eighty seven year old Colin bland and Glenn has not been heard from since Saturday morning after he left which offer Hiawatha Kansas Mr Blandon is about five feet seven inches tall and weighs two hundred twenty seven pounds he was last seen wearing a red jacket a blue or black tee shirt khaki pants black shoes and a blue and white K. U. HAT Mr Blandon uses a cane and has leg braces around his chance he drives a maroon GMC Yukon with the Kansas handicap tag nine one one three eight there's also a handicap scooter on a platform on the rear of the vehicle if you see Mr Blandon please call nine one one so that officers can check on his welfare a woman accusing Joe Biden of sexual assault says she fears for her safety more from prices Garrett Tenney terror Reid says she has received threats in us on an onslaught of harassment since she came public in went public with her allegations of sexual assault against Joe Biden things have gotten so bad she says she is now concerned about the safety of her family in an interview with fox news she said I find it astounding the hypocrisy that Democrats are talking about women being able to tell their story safely I'm a Democrat a lifelong Democrat but yet here I am trying to talk about my history with Joe Biden and I'm just the target of online harassment breed says Biden assaulted her in nineteen ninety three when she worked for him in the Senate the presumptive democratic presidential nominee says it never happened should be pretty nice today with.
What is the Intel 'Compute Stick'?
"But we have something special in this episode very special episode Amac power users because he's not only telling us about his MAC hardware he's GonNa talk about his windows machines so yes I'm I'm glad you're welcoming this little this little windows machine and it is a little windows machine this is something called the Intel compute stick and it is basically a dungle but it has a full windows computer inside of it a and Gosh it's so hard to it's so hard to explain but in the theater of the mind imagine a imagine an Amazon fire TV v stick or a couple sticks of Gum bolted together and that's what this that's what this windows machine looks like and because I don't take my laptop when I travel I just rely on the IPAD pro which works really really well ninety percent of the time but occasionally I just need to compile something on an Intel processor or do something with with with a with an operating system that isn't Ios and that's where this little stick of gum sized computer comes to the rescue and and it's really something now explain how how does that work don't you work with the IPAD on that absolutely the way this works is with an APP called Duet display this is kind of similar to the new sidecar Catalina feature will there's one main difference in that one main difference is that it is it works with windows it works with a windows computer and so it's it's sort of a two part of the APP one of it is the APP that runs on your device and one of it is the APP that runs on your windows device and it's also tethered so you have to have a way to go from the windows device to the irs device so with the IPAD it's a USB to USB see or USB to Usb a I'm sorry for the IPAD pro it's something that goes from your spic to us the L. A. or USB depending on what your windows computer looks like and then it basically allows windows to be another APP on your ipad which is Which is really really fun I'd like to get into the details of that just a little bit more though because you've got a stick of gum size p. c. that you're now driving in your ipad yet so just so how exactly are you are you connecting what are you connecting the stick of gum too so I'm connecting the gum to two things one of them power and it's powered by a USB port and the other is the IPAD and with the ipad sees it as a as another computer and on the latest versions of IOS it'll say oh you've plugged into a computer do you trust this device and I say why yes I do trust this device and then I opened at display and there is my windows so there's no monitor connected to your stick right that's correct that's what got you on the show when you told me that I'm like we have got to talk to this guy isn't that like tickle all your nerdy own Stephen just put up a picture of it in the show notes I mean it's it's pretty wild because what you've effectively done is you've got an IPAD It is an external display for like a headless pc all in one and like you said traveling every device every pound account so you have made the most of what you can do it's pretty wild in fact when I saw this picture in the show notes I was confused like we it's running windows but that's definitely an ipad not a surface device and I couldn't quite work out what was happening until I read the description underneath it in the show notes Oh that's very clever very clever indeed and Steven it kind of reminds me of the for for some reason I did this it reminded me of the UH the Apollo Soyuz program which which I knew you'd you'd appreciate a dude because there's these two design languages you know in the case of Apollo Soyuz was the this American design and this Soviet design and and yet they're sort of docked together in space and you know I'm sure you know all the nursery about how the how to how to make a doc that would fit both spacecraft it's kind of similar to bring these two worlds together and I admit it's not always it's not always clean but there are there are certain issues which I'm happy to get into you the way I look at it is this you know a lot of people say well why don't you just bring a why don't you just bring a a a Mac book or Mac book pro along with you because that's the gene that can run both windows and the way I look at it is that what's so great about the IPAD is just being able to pull it out of your bag and start using it and that's ninety percent ninety percent of the things I need to do on it are just in IOS itself it's only that last ten percent it's only that occasional use that I actually need to sort of do this do this plug in plugging in plug it into a power source etc etc etc and that actually Loyd so it's a little more annoying but it's only a little more annoying for that last ten percent and there's so many listeners that like work in a windows environment in usually they've got some kind of business APP it's not like you're running the high end graphics card game on this is this is not a machine made for that but it's very the power exactly but for a lot of the stuff people used to make a living this is fine and it allows you to work off an IPAD but the drive that one windows app you need in order to pay for your shoes and so here's a tip for anyone who's doing this even though the touch the the the even though the IPAD pro works is a a monitor and actually even as touchscreen because windows supports touchscreens natively so you can actually just touch the screen with your Apple Pencil and move files around that way I like to have my mouse my little portable mouse so they bring along paired via Bluetooth directly to the stick so that there's absolutely no lag so it says if that IPAD is just a monitor my keyboard my external keyboard is Bluetooth paired to my ipad and that route's all all of that when you when you have to do at display open to the windows machine so it's really nice because the say the spotlight search still works even when you're in the windows machine it'll just throw you back out to Hiawatha in which again boggles like I was so happy when when it I worked I guess you have to do a bit of context switching mentally because you're you're you're kind of in both once exactly but it is kind of Nice to be able to put windows in a in a in a slide or review and and have the rest of your machines where they've been the native IOS style
"hiawatha" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
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Science News Briefs From Around the Globe
"Hi, I'm scientific American podcast editor Steve Mirsky. And here's a short piece from the February two thousand nineteen issue of the magazine somewhere in the multi verse. It's like the thirty first in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science technology and medicine the article is titled quick hits. And it's a rundown of some science and technology stories from around the globe compiled by editorial contributor Emiliano Rodriguez. Mega from Greenland, scientists spotted a nineteen mile wide crater hidden below hiawatha glacier in northwest Greenland. They believe it might represent a meteorite impact. But other experts say more evidence is needed to prove that the crater has an extraterrestrial origin. From Chile one of the driest places on earth. The Tacoma desert is losing its microbial life because of unprecedented. Rains frequent rainfall for the past three years has caused the massive extinction of native bacterial species from Egypt an excavation near Cairo yielded dozens of mummified. Cats are gala Just's also found two large mummified scarab beetles wrapped in linen. And a rare collection of smaller scarab mummies from Palau the tiny Pacific archipelago became the first country to prohibit the use of sunscreens containing coral toxic ingredients, including Oxy Benzon and octa create. The measure follows a similar legislative decision in Hawaii that takes effect in twenty twenty one and in South Africa students in Capetown made bricks using urine for men's toilet. Sits in a biochemical process involving bacteria calcium and sand. The bricks offer productive and odorless way to recycle human urine that was quick hits compiled by editorial contributor Miliana Rodriguez. Mega.
"hiawatha" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"They hide rivers hills and other surface features. They conceal the bodies of animals that roamed the landscape tens of thousands of years ago and in the debris of crashed airplanes and a glacier in Greenland has hidden evidence of a cosmic impact a twenty mile wide. Crater blasted out by an asteroid scientists use several lines of evidence to discover the crater which is below the hiawatha glacier on Greenland's northwestern coast. They use radar scans made by airplanes to see through the ice to the ground below those observations revealed a circular basin below the glacier, a peak in its middle rises fifteen storeys above the basin floor the common feature an impact craters scientists then collected material that had been washed from beneath the glacier by a river. The samples contained beads of glass that were forged in. Extremely high temperatures. They also contain quartz crystals that have been squeezed by extremely high pressure. The evidence points to an impact by an asteroid about a mile and diameter when it hit it released as much energy as seven hundred thousand one megaton nuclear bombs. It would have obliterated any life within a wide range and produce lesser effects, hundreds of miles away and after effects would have lasted for centuries. The impact probably happened within the last hundred thousand years, although the.
"hiawatha" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Secrets they hide rivers hills and other surface features. They conceal the bodies of animals that roamed the landscape tens of thousands of years ago and in full the debris of crashed airplanes and a glacier in Greenland has hidden evidence of a cosmic impact a twenty mile wide. Crater blasted out by an asteroid scientists use several lines of evidence to discover the crater which is below the hiawatha glacier on Greenland's northwestern coast. They use radar scans made by airplanes to see through the ice to the ground below those observations revealed a circular basin below the glacier, a peak in its middle rises fifteen storeys above the basin floor the common feature in impact craters scientists then collected material that had been washed from beneath the glacier by a river. The samples contained beads of glass that were forged in extreme. High temperatures. They also contain quartz crystals that have been squeezed by extremely high pressure. The evidence points to an impact by an asteroid about a mile in diameter when it hit it released as much energy as seven hundred thousand one megaton nuclear bombs. It would have obliterated any life within a wide range and produce lesser effects, hundreds of miles away and after effects would have lasted for centuries. The impact probably happened within the last hundred thousand years, although the exact date is unclear the glacier will keep that secret for a little while longer for the university of Texas at Austin McDonald observatory I'm sandy wood started is sponsored by the Morrison. Planetary.
"hiawatha" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Glaciers keep secrets they hide rivers hills and other surface features. They conceal the bodies of animals that roamed the landscape tens of thousands of years ago and info the debris of crashed airplanes and a glacier in Greenland has hidden evidence of a cosmic impact a twenty mile wide. Crater blasted out by an asteroid scientists use several lines of evidence to discover the crater which is below the hiawatha glacier on Greenland's northwestern coast. They use radar scans made by airplanes to see through the ice to the ground below those observations revealed a circular basin below the glacier, a peak in its middle rises fifteen storeys above the basin floor the common feature in impact craters scientists then collected material that had been washed from beneath the glacier by a river. The samples contained beads of glass that were forged in extra. Namely, high temperatures. They also contain quartz crystals that have been squeezed by extremely high pressure. The evidence points to an impact by an asteroid about a mile and diameter when it hit it released as much energy as seven hundred thousand one megaton nuclear bombs. It would have obliterated any life within a wide range and produce lesser effects, hundreds of miles away and after effects would have lasted for centuries. The impact probably happened within the last hundred thousand years, although the exact date is unclear the glacier will keep that secret for a little while longer for the university of Texas at Austin McDonald observatory I'm sandy wood..
"hiawatha" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Seventeenth. Glaciers keep secrets they hide rivers hills and other surface features. They conceal the bodies of animals that roamed the landscape tens of thousands of years ago and info the debris of crashed airplanes and a glacier in Greenland has hidden evidence of a cosmic impact a twenty mile wide. Crater blasted out by an asteroid scientists use several lines of evidence to discover the crater which is below the hiawatha glacier on Greenland's northwestern coast. They use radar scans made by airplanes to see through the ice to the ground below those observations revealed a circular basin below the glacier, a peak in its middle rises fifteen storeys above the basin floor the common feature in impact craters scientists then collected material that had been washed from beneath the glacier by a river. The samples contained beads of glass that were forged next. Extremely high temperatures. They also contained quartz crystals that have been squeezed by extremely high pressure. The evidence points to an impact by an asteroid about a mile in diameter when it hit it released as much energy as seven hundred thousand one megaton nuclear bombs. It would have obliterated any life within a wide range and produce lesser effects, hundreds of miles away and after effects would have lasted for centuries. The impact probably happened within the last hundred thousand years, although the exact date is unclear the glacier will keep that secret for a little while longer for the university of Texas at Austin McDonald observatory I'm.
"hiawatha" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Rivers hills and other surface features. They conceal the bodies of animals that roamed the landscape tens of thousands of years ago and in full the debris of crashed airplanes and a glacier in Greenland has hidden evidence of a cosmic impact a twenty mile wide. Crater blasted out by an asteroid scientists use several lines of evidence to discover the crater which is below the hiawatha glacier on Greenland's northwestern coast. They use radar scans made by airplanes to see through the ice to the ground below those observations revealed a circular basin below the glacier peak in its middle rises fifteen storeys above the basin floor the common feature in impact craters scientists then collected material that had been washed from beneath the glacier by a river. The samples contained beads of glass that were forged in extra. Family high temperatures. They also contained quartz crystals that have been squeezed by extremely high pressure. The evidence points to an impact by an asteroid about a mile diameter when it hit it released as much energy as seven hundred thousand one megaton nuclear bombs. It would have obliterated any life within a wide range and produce lesser affects hundreds of miles away and after effects would have lasted for centuries. The impact probably happened within the last hundred thousand years, although the exact date is unclear the glacier will keep that secret for a little while longer. Starting w w j is made possible by Cranbrook institute of science there. Metro Detroit explores the natural wonders of the universe through changing exhibits programs and planetarium shows. Now, a Bloomberg business report from the suburban Cadillac Buick business.
"hiawatha" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"She went home state at home when she had a fever. She was isolated by your healthcare providers. But there are some people who may have been in contact during the contagious period. Of course, health officials are looking for people who may have been interacting with that patient at five different locations between January tenth and January fourteenth posted the list of that where you might have run into this patient on their website at Denver public health dot org. Mayor Michael Hancock wants another go. As Denver's top elected official formally announced his candidacy this evening at the hiawatha Davis junior recreational center in park hill, the mayor acknowledges his mother's ingenuity. She was in the audience several times during his remarks. She was a single parent of ten ks and yes, some grandchildren as well. Well to this day. I don't know how she did. It. But she did it. It's a big field there. Now nine other candidates in the race for Denver mayor de LA the president interrupted his questioning of the attorney general nominee today to ask the president to reconsider his decision to pull US troops out of Syria. You make people were trying to help wonder about us. And as they get bolder people were trying to help we're gonna get more uncertain. Saw this in Iraq. And now seeing in Syria, Senator Lindsey Graham comments, come after ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack in Syria today, killed a number of US service personnel and finally charges being brought against Georgia man for plotting to attack the White House. But a prosecutors say that has sheer Heeb plan to use an improvisational improvisational explosive device and an anti anti-tax tank rocket to carry out his attack apart from the White House. The Heeb also planned to hit other federal buildings in the nation's capital..
"hiawatha" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Sara covering the homeless encampment for a long time. Great journalism as always from Chris latest headline in today's Tribune out of the cold but drug peril persists. It's one of the biggest stories in the city of Minneapolis for a while the homeless encampment the homeless shelter the debate on whether to move the different factions within the encampment and finally everybody moving to this new location and Chris's kind enough to join us. Thank you, sir. Appreciate you coming on. When you think about the months you've been covering this story. What part of the story is gonna stay with you, the longest. You know, that's a good question. I I would have to say that really if I think back to the very beginning of what was called the wall of the forgotten natives when it started back in August. What really sticks with me is the really the success stories. I mean, if you think about it at one point there were about three hundred people crammed into a small strip of land along hiawatha avenue, right? And there was this intensive outreach effort by native native, run, nonprofits. By the city by the county by tribal leaders by red lake and they found housing for over a hundred people one hundred individuals and they found housing for over thirty families. And I just think about it. And there's been a lot written about, you know, the overdoses sure about drug use about you know, the fires that erupted at the at at the wall. But really what what really sticks with me is. You know, the unprecedented outreach effort, and we've never seen anything like that. Where there's been such an intense effort to get people housing and it took a while, but people got into housing and they got into treatment. Chris who deserves the majority of the credit for coordinating all those efforts, you touched on some of the components even more groups were involved. But normally you need somebody is the main facilitator to bring this group together. Does does does one group stand out amongst all of them? You know, I couldn't pick out one group. There were so many that were involved I will say that the, you know, the coalition of native American nonprofits, the metropolitan urban Indian directors otherwise known as might really stood out in recognizing early on, you know, that they had to meet people where they're at that. They couldn't come in and tell people what to do and impose. Real rules and in imposed penalties on people. They had to work with them meet with them where they're at and get them to a safer place. And I would say that really the native American nonprofit from the beginning, and that includes organizations like natives against heroin where his mental inciting this on the right path from the very beginning. And obviously the city played a huge role in saying, look, we're not going to clear them out. We're not gonna sweep them. We're not gonna come in. And take them in a victim. Like, you know, it's done in most other cities, and we're going to give these nonprofits that know the community the intimately know the community space. To do the work. And that was huge. I mean, the city's leadership I think on this, including the mayor was instrumental. I want to get the mayor in a second. But let's talk about the new location if folks on their normal they on the train or the normal drive and high Wath assault where they were before talking about how different it is the new location. Well, the new location for first and foremost, it's it's warm. Okay. So actually, that's a big part? Sure coming in, and that's huge and people. Appreciate the fact that they have a warm place to sleep at night. They're getting three meals a day. They're getting hot showers in there and their safe. And and so that's the big difference earn a safe warm place, and there's dignity in Matt, you know, the difference. That I would say right now is it's for better or worse. It's more isolated. So everybody could see where the previous again, right along avenue. Exactly. And it was visible to thousands of people especially at rush hour. And so it was extremely visible and one of the benefits of its previous location was that you had a number of people constantly coming through there. Giving donations coming in to help the many of the people that were in their tents. And so there was a real connection between the people living there in the community, many of the people that obviously that live there were native Americans, and it was next to Littler housing project symbiotic relationship there in many of the relatives were able to come visit. And I think that was. That was very helpful as people were moving towards a path towards housing in towards a recovery to have that connection with community. Now, I'm not saying that doesn't exist at the new site. But one concern is it's it's a bit more isolated. There is a chain link chain link fence around it, and so you don't see as much of the the the flow of people coming through as you did previously. And if you think back on what really made the outreach efforts so successful. It was at the previous site. It was really the connection with the community with the native American nonprofits. And it would be I think unfortunate if they didn't continue that recipe for success in the new site Christina's was in writing about the homeless encampment in Minneapolis and all the issues related to it for Moncey continues to great journalism, including the Tribune today. So let's go back to to mayor fry when when when people talk about the role, the mayor is played. And his staff. How different has this played out compared to maybe how it would have played out if it was Betsy Hodges or RT Rybeck. Because a lot of people might be saying, well where RT lines up politically, and where Betsy Hodges lines up politically is fairly similar to fry. But you know, Jacob fry even as a candidate talked a lot about homeless, affordable housing equality in the city and this issue happen. And from what I've been told. It wasn't just, hey, here's the camera and make yourself available that behind the scenes he has continued to be very involved. He has and it's tough to make comparisons with previous marriage. I mean, that's that's difficult to now. But certainly from the very beginning he reached out to the native Americans, nonprofits commode to the tribal leaders and behind the scenes he met with them. I was in some of those meetings, and he was very impressive. He said, look, you know, we're not going to pose a solution for this camp. You know, there's been too much of that history of colonization in the state and in this country. So we're not gonna be the white colonizers. Imposing a solution. We want you to come up with a solution. And then let's work with you. And let's give you the space. Let's give you the time in the space. We have to remember it's incredibly difficult. I mean, the barriers to housing it's difficult to find an apartment if you have good credit if you don't have a criminal record. And if you're not addicted to drugs, but you throw in those factors and it's incredibly difficult to find housing. And so this takes time, and I think it was incredibly important that we had a new mayor that was willing to give these organizations nonprofits in these tribal leaders the time and the space to get the work done. Now, all I think they have to do is basically say look. We've we've gone down this road. Let's continue this because if they stop doing what they were doing which got again over a hundred and twenty people into safe stable housing up their own if they stopped doing what they were doing then. We could just end up going backwards option. What other cities have done is? Just look come in and said, you're out of here. Right. Swept them ticketed people in in those people, you know, they've vanish and they go back to living under bridges in parking lots. And then of course, you know, they fall off the radar screen, and they don't get help the mayor and the tribal leaders in the American Indian nonprofit said we're going to do this differently in the city, and I really think they have the opportunity. Setting example for the rest of the country. I mean, I really think that what's happening here is is could be a beacon to the whole country. Well, that's what I want to finish with because they obviously have had a great deal of success. So far, you went others have chronicled. How are we gonna know over the next six months two years four years if the folks who in many ways, we're saved one hundred twenty and others are continuing to live this life of prosperity and opportunity compared to it's just hey, we got it away from the cameras. We gotta wait for the media. And we looked better what we did initially. Well, I think we can track this. So, you know, the numbers aren't gonna lie right now, we have one hundred and thirty five people, you know, mind, you that's a hundred and thirty five people out of hundreds that have passed through that encampment, but that's one hundred and thirty five people that are currently at the new shelter known as the navigation center. So we can track it. I mean are those people going to get into safe housing are people that are in the depths of addiction going to get into treatment. And so the numbers are not going to lie. We're going to be able to see that. We also have to recognize that. Relapse is part of the recovery process. So there are going to be people that are going to make it right into a treatment program, and they're going to relapse natural normal, and we just have to accept that. So it's not going to be a simple sex. And I think in society, we have this tendency to expect the Quick's, you know, you have a person to drive they're going to get better. This is not going to be that easy. This is gonna play out. I think and I like the way you framed it. This is gonna play out over a period of years. And I think it's important that we that we follow it. But also, we look at the broader systemic issues that have created these camps to begin with. You know, these barriers to housing it's barriers to getting into treatment. And it's it's more broadly speaking, I mean, it's this opioid epidemic ravaging our community. And so we've got, you know, look, more in more depth those problems too. We can't just focus on these one hundred and thirty five people which by the way on any given day. There's about one thousand five hundred people in the twin cities that are that are homeless. So, you know, this is just one small group of a larger population of people who are unsheltered in this in this region. Chris always appreciate you coming on continued reach work. Thank you. Thanks so much. Thank you. 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"Then thirty one at nine zero three I'm Ed girl and heiress w CCOO news. The hour's top story. No details yet. But Dutch authorities are investigating after a young us edition from the twin cities was found murdered twenty one year old Sarah Papin Heim of Andover was studying in the Netherlands. She was found in her apartment stabbed to death. A twenty three year old man who was also a student and lived in the same housing complex was arrested for the crime Papin hind played drums and would often sit in with blues bands in the twin cities nearly forty people are now at the navigation center in Minneapolis today city and tribal leaders took reporters inside one of the temporary shelters on cedar avenue, south close to the homeless encampment hiawatha in Franklin were hundreds of homeless people have been living in tents, but he apples mayor Jacob fry says they are working with tribal leaders to motivate people to leave the camp. The homeless encampment at its present state is not a safe long-term, nor even mid-term option at this point. And so yes, we are looking to transition the transition has been facilitated by. Leaders of the respective tribes throughout Minnesota. It is going to be their leaders that are actually going to the individual tents and saying this is not a safe option anymore. We are transitioning towards navigation center, the long term goal is to get the folks into stable housing. So far, the red lake nation has placed sixty two people in long term housing and Hennepin county has placed eighty billionaire Jeff Bezos has two point five million dollars to a Minneapolis nonprofit to help him homeless families. Simpson's housing services says the grant from Amazon founder and CEO is the largest and it's thirty five year history. The donations will help organizations expand its family housing programs over the next four years. Venture CEO Nate Clark is making the rounds across the state today reminding folks that Saturday is the deadline for open enrollment through the state's health insurance exchange. He says so far open enrollment has gone. Well, we're having a very smooth open enrollment. We haven't serious issues on the website context. Center has been snowed. Wait times have been very. Low. We're just having a very successful running. We're very happy about that venture will continue to enroll applicants after Saturday for coverage beginning February first, but if you need health insurance in January now is the time to enroll Saint Paul city council votes eight to one on a measure in support of recreational marijuana as well as decriminalization marijuana. The pioneer press reports that it doesn't carry legal weight. But it will be added to a list of requests to state lawmakers. The one no vote came from former Saint pa- police sergeant Dan Bostrom who talked WCC's John Heinz on the morning news. We've been working with clear way, Minnesota to reduce young people's access to cigarettes and menthol cigarettes. And now we're talking about introducing something like marijuana. Maybe it's it's my age showing. But I'm not ready for that. Yet Bostrom is retiring after twenty two years representing ward six let's take a look at your WBZ AccuWeather weather. Tonight, partial clearing, low of twenty tomorrow, partly sunny and mild with a high of thirty six right now, we have fog mist in its thirty one at W radio dot com are WBZ news time nine oh. Six for more on these and other stories, go to WC, oh radio dot com. I'm Ed Gerland heiress W C C O when do you want to spot that burglar casing your home or after resigned asked John who's blink camera? Alerted him a burglars trying to break in while his family was home or Shannon. Who's blink camera? Caught a thief stealing packages. Blink motion. Activated cameras are wire free set up in minutes and run onto double A batteries that lasts up to two years. Save up to a whopping forty percent off all outdoor XT and add on cameras through December twenty second while supplies last. Visit blinkprotect dot com slash radio. Blinkprotect dot com slash radio. Blink is an Amazon company.
Huge, previously unknown impact crater found beneath Greenland’s ice
"Researchers have verified the discovery of a giant meteorite impact. Crater the biggest one ever found around the Greenland ice sheet. It was found under what they call the hiawatha. Glacier. The crater is one thousand feet deep and nineteen miles wide. According to the Goddard Space Flight center of NASA was likely formed when a half mile wide iron meteorite hit. What is now north west Greenland about three million years ago? It was then covered in ice. And so it would hide it from view the impact may have occurred at the end of the last ice age and that. Would make this on the most recent giant meteorite strikes
"hiawatha" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I'm Jay w Cox much of the state will continue to see rain today. But the heaviest rain expected to shift farther east mainly affecting west central Wisconsin, extreme southeast Minnesota. Heaviest period of probably be this evening. The overnight into early on Wednesday meteorologist Dan efforts. With the national weather service says river systems will still feel the effects of the rain later this week. A man struck by a light rail train Monday afternoon in Saint Paul has died. Metro transit police say to pedestrians were trying to cross the tracks and one didn't make it. The man was taken to regions hospital. Officers are reviewing video of the incident. Minneapolis city officials are hoping to have a navigation center opened in early December to help people living at the hiawatha homeless encampment find more permanent shelter. In the meantime, John tribute with the Saint Stephen street outreach. Team says that there are still significant challenges transition weather like this can be particularly dangerous because like last week we had a day. Where was humid and in the mid upper seventies. And then it drops almost forty degrees. And there's rain is really prime time for people to really experience illness. Minnesota's cold weather rule goes into effect this coming Monday, October fifteenth, Rebecca -verting with centerpoint energy. It's not just for customers. Who are having trouble paying their natural gas Bill during the cold winter months, but it's also there for customers currently have their service disconnected, and if they're in that position we expect to call us. Now, this is imminent. Message and data rates may apply. When did it become ok for men to be Lazier softer fatter?.
"hiawatha" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"West ninety four near nNcholas the activity off to the right side. Traffic already bit slow as make way through that area. Anyways, you come in from hiawatha actually as far back as riverside six. Ninety four eastbound watching limit of sodas make team thirty five W in Lexington. North one sixty nine beginning to jam up a bit has moved from bass lake road. I ninety four your traffic and weather together, exclusively NWC's your next update's thirty. I wait for the whistle. Susan. I don't do anything without a whistle. Forty eight degrees out there. We salvaged a fairly nice day. Nice to have the sun out. And now we're back to wet and the first slush of the season for parts of northern Minnesota. Maybe a coating for the Brainard lakes area. Bemidji maybe an inch or two of slush late tonight. Tomorrow morning, whatever falls, and it could be enough to whiten the ground whatever falls up north northern third of the state will probably melt by mid afternoon tomorrow. Just a shot across the bow forty two tonight, a cold rain in the metro developing a couple of showers tomorrow, not all day rain on Friday, high tomorrow, fifty five Saturday still looks pretty good. Partly sunny, brisk fifty four good news for marathon. Runners the twin cities Medtronic marathon Sunday morning, intervals of sun. Cool. Fifty six more rain coming in Sunday night, and maybe a couple of inches. Of rain Monday through Wednesday of next week forty eight out there now three oh, eight at CCA. Oh, we work hard at.
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"A light. At the end of the tunnel is a lifeline cherish spark of hope. And experienced cyclists tells of a biking trip he took with some friends along the beautiful hiawatha trail in Montana. He knew the trail would pass through long dark tunnel through the rocky mountains, but he wasn't too concerned that is until he actually entered the tunnel after only a short distance he found himself overwhelmed with utter darkness. He suddenly became disoriented nervous and afraid, but his friends rallied together until a pinpoint of light appeared in the distance and his confidence immediately returned life can sometimes feel like a dark tunnel. We all have times when we feel anxious or confused when we need to know that things will get better we need something to look forward to something to reach for something to keep us moving onward. All it takes is the small. Wallis point of light. And suddenly, we know where to go. We know there's a way out of darkness. We know the future can be bright a season of ill health can finally pass a strained relationship. Can eventually he'll a stressful situation at work or school can find resolution in time. Just when we think we can't continue we catch it glimmer of light and the power of hope propels us forward. Where does that light that hope come from? It might come in the form of a supportive loved one. It might come from remembering that we've made it through other dark tunnels in the past. It might be the values and firm convictions that have stood the test of time it might be day to day blessings that somehow give us courage to put one foot in front of the other. No matter the challenge or difficulty such glimmers of light reassurance. That life's tunnels are temporary given time patients and effort life gets better. No matter how dark the tunnel. There's always.
"hiawatha" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Jared is our IT guy here a WC show, Jerry good morning. Good morning. Now we're chatting last week. And you're going to you're working on something which kinda happened just kind of happened regarding these encampments and folks are looking for a place to live that are homeless here in town. And there's more than one we've heard of one about the many ha Parkway there. But we there's another one you ran into. So let's talk about your story. And for folks are reading the Saturday or the newspaper over the weekend. You had a nice piece in there about your experience since I just want you to relay that information to what we're chatting about last week. Yeah. Thanks, a lot of people have been talking about the encampment down by ten city as some are calling it or the wall, I forgot natives one on hiawatha. But I know as the conversation about that grew I couldn't help. But notice doors one across the street from me, it was it was definitely smaller and it had been growing throughout the spring in south Minneapolis in south, Minneapolis. Yeah. And I've talked to advocates since then apparently there's there are small and captains dotting the city someone there park somewhere near national highway embankments like mine, I'm thirty five W. So this is not a thing just confined to that big one that everyone's talking about right and show, you just so you get in a conversation with your roommate? Right. Yeah. She she got concerned someone someone who thought she thought was maybe intoxicated to try to talk to her daughter. Another day. She was with her daughter ends. You saw someone changing by the street, and she got she got worried. What's going on here? Is this a safe place for my daughter, and you have a daughter. That's that's part of the reason why we share houses we have dotted around the same age. They're good friends. And she wanted she called the police wanted to call the city. Register complaints get this cleared out. And I got to think of that. Maybe you know, maybe we should try talking to them to. So you went over to the encampment. Yeah. I went there it, you know, it wasn't as it was how do you talk? You can't just go and knock on the door. And it was was it raining. The day. You went over there. Eventually the day that I made I made made contact with stablest as someone to talk to. I initially talked him outside their Kevin they said it could come back, and I did and we started a conversation. And yeah, it was it was raining. And it went from us modules, not just an absolute downpour, and they ended up inviting me into their into their ten. And that's where we that's where we did most of our talking in the town was quite small. I'm sure yeah. It was. Just enough for two that they could fit me in there. So so what's their story? They looking to find something permanent. I would guess. Yeah. Like a lot of. They were looking to find something permanent. It was a couple and the men and that couple junior he has real struggles with social anxiety. So it's hard for him to be staying with a large group of people and makes them nervous. So that's why they weren't. They're looking for something other than a shelter another another type of housing and Saint Stephen's is in the process of of helping them with that. But that process can take up to eight weeks. Yeah. And it's interesting too. Because you had mentioned the neighbor rated guy and your daughter, and it sounded like she said the same thing. I'd be just as scared if that were my daughter. Yeah. And what was interesting is that the the guy who was an abbreviated, you know, he didn't actually live in an accountant. And I think there's a tendency the incident you see something that's very visible in this case a group attends. You know, what I was noticing that anytime anything wrong in the neighborhood, the neighbors would immediately soon. Well, it's got to be the people in the tents. And that's because they were there they were visible now. That's not to say that there aren't some problems with with. You know, the people that are in the tense, but there's a natural instinct to blame whatever happened on them. So folks want to read what you wrote in the paper. How could how do they do that? You know, they can just go to Star Tribune look at Google search on your homeless encampment. My my article be one of the top ones also be putting some stuff up on WCTC CEO radio dot com about some of the things I've learned and some of the things that advocates say to keep in mind, if you have people that don't have homes in your neighborhood. How do you live with them? And those are those are hard questions to answer. And I'll do my best Jared. Appreciate your stopping in here this morning. Thank you, Jerod, go at RIT guy, right here, WC, she. Oh. And his piece again available.
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"Yesterday Bob welcome back my friends great there have you Rush. Limbaugh by the way a companion story that I meant to Mentioned along with the g. q. LGBT t let let me, just read you by the way a paragraph under the explanation of why they're doing this traditional safe sex guides are often structured in a way that presumes everyone's gender. Is the same as the sex they were assigned at birth Of course By, the way Do you think you were? Assigned your sex is that how? You. Look at certainly were you assigned to mail and where did the acid nation happen When when you were in the womb do you recall Going before a review board in heaven or wherever and somebody in a flowing white robe and a big white beard assigned you, to be male and you didn't want to. Be male but you had no, choice at that point so, if you, survived your birth which is a questionable thing the American if. You survived your birth now you can? Challenge your assignation is that how you look at it did anybody that you? Grew up with in your demographic group or age group look at their sexuality. That. Way somebody. Somewhere had assigned them their sex and, okay me either I have? Never looked at my gender as an assignation what these people clearly believe it? Traditional safe sex guides are often structured in a way that presumes see right. There. You have You have. Prejudice somebody. Presumes that everyone's gender and here the possibilities they mentioned male female non. Binary trans Okay male female what. What do you, think, non binary. Is I know what I don't know what binary. We would mean you. Go both ways you got both non binary means you've got nothing that somebody forgot. To assign you That can't be what. Or else trans it's it, it anyway traditional, safe sex guides are often structured in. A way that presumes everybody's gender is the. Same as the sex. They were assigned at birth which is male female intersex or differences in sexual development So it's because? Some. People were missing signed. A bunch of people were assigned a sexuality and they wanted no part of what of course in the womb. They had no voice because, the world was, discriminating against them even then you're saying Here's a look at. The roads brought to you by holiday stations divorce southbound one sixty nine. The accident at forty ninth avenue has been. Cleared stop, and go westbound ninety four from hiawatha. Avenue. To thirty five w. also on the cross town at Tracy eastbound the off. Ramp closed in.
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"Four registered car pools use the ABC ramps, now they rebuilt what thirty years ago The goal was to reduce congestion on the freeways and downtowns now that number eight oh four back in two thousand sixteen that's down from twelve hundred fifty three carpools in two thousand. Five when apparently carpooling hit it's peak So you know traffic as we all know and if you're listening, right, now I. Think you will agree. With me the traffic is, bad and odds, are it's not going to get any better. In, our lifetime until the flying taxis arrive or maybe that Elon Musk with his boring machine boring tunnels underground maybe that'll. Cure everything I doubt? There's a cure but you know we're all finding different ways to? Get around now one? Of the options with Uber and lift our. Carpools and you pay considerably less just curious if you're using that is that an. Option what would you like to see more light rail more bus routes what is the answer I don't think anybody has the. Answer key And you know. You can't just pin this on, on men dot and city planners I. Think it comes down to each and every one of us personally I like being in control of my ride and the music I listen to on my ride is does, that, make me. Selfish does that make. Me stupid and nobody has, exactly the route, that I take to work because I stop. At, my weather office in the morning and then right around, twelve thirty I drive downtown so it's kind of a circuitous. Route but I like? The idea of carpooling and saving money and maybe making some new? Friends along the way? Why not just curious do you take care Do you. Take advantage of carpooling One. Listener. Says no more light rail okay another listener says I worked from home, the, best option for a young widowed, mom. With two special needs kids man I liked. The sound of that telecommuting you. Have decent internet signal? And a cell phone I? Would argue, that most of us can get most, of, what, we need done, you need to meet with people how about a, WebEx how about a conference call I mean people push back. On that and see Well Paul the creative process you. Gotta get people in the same conference room and, that's how, you come up with the best ideas collaboration but now there's so many online tools for collaboration it it seems like organized madness all. Of zipping around you know spending how. Many. Minutes a day, hours a day stuck in traffic when ninety percent of, what, we do could be done from, home Somebody says a listener says how about a subway system Going as far. As Rochester Fargo Saint Cloud, etc etc I don't know I like that idea but don't hold your breath you really think. We're going to put a subway system in. Here in, the twin cities seems like we're all, in with light rail I mean the investment has been made big investment, and now the goal is to marry all. These light, rail routes together so you. Can get from anywhere to anywhere but, no that's, not. A. Magic cure either Another listener says public transportation Paul will. Never pay, for itself keep paying your taxes Another, listener, says hey Paul hiawatha line is. Great to get in and out, man I I'm I'm looking forward to light rail my offices are out needing prairie I loved. The idea of having options being able to hop on the light. Rail and downtown so I'm I'm hoping that, the south west rail line gets. Built we shall see Again I. Don't pretend, to have the answer key this is way above my. Pay grade but You know, people Chastised, me A couple of, weeks ago we talked about light rail and a return on investment and people pointed, out Paul, you know there's no return on investment when it comes, to freeways and yet To be competitive with the Denver's of the. World the Nashville so the, world the San Diego's of the world we need a competitive transportation system businesses won't, set up, shop here she can't get around if traffic is a, daily nightmare It impacts business it impacts quality alive so it's just, one of. Those necessities you, have to have options for transportation, but curious why carpooling has not. Taken off the way that some. Alleged experts thought it would ten fifteen twenty years ago A listener tax, Paul as a nurse working odd hours always getting to work on time but never leaving when you should makes carpooling impossible Yeah I hear you if you're working? You know third shift good luck with that is it a, safety issue is it what do you think is going to interject on that because I've, noticed since the recession and this, is just me. But a lot of, us had been working longer hours just a lot, of jobs disappeared and they never be hired positions I noticed, this as someone who works later you know till seven eight sometimes nine o'clock at night I see more and more people in the. Skyways at seven o'clock eight o'clock at night. Who are obviously have been at work all day long in are now getting back to their cars and I think that working longer hours doesn't allow you to carpool because you know even on my. Job, might. Be from eight to five, doesn't mean I can. Leave at five because I still, have? Work to, do I still have to clean up. Or whatever and I think. A lot of people do want to drive themselves because of that because they don't. Know, what time they're going to get, out of, the office. Having that that independence. Having that freedom yeah exactly? When you want to leave you wanna stop it pick up a? Gallon of milk right you know try doing that with a, car pool I know I get that there's even just to stay late and work because, you need to get stuff done So, again curious have you. Tried the lift carpooling no I, haven't? I don't, carpool because of my hours and when. I worked regular hours you know I used to work like from seven to three thirty or four or five I bust and I loved the bus that things the boss the metro transit is the best, way to get in and. Out of downtown other than light rail but when my hours changed than, I had, to drive, myself because the bus doesn't run where I live it. Bright ops, running at, like, six o'clock at night so I can't use it but. Back to, my, premise and I know you and? I, and Jordan. We have you know we're here where. We work later than most people, do and, yet you know I I can do the show from up at the cabin A good, internet connection, up there, and I plug in the equipment but this notion that. I mean, you can, do, most of what needs to be done remotely from home Why on earth do we subject, ourselves daily pain torment it's interesting, because there's a lot of people who do radio shows from their homes Yeah you know it doesn't, take? A lot of you have to have a mother station you have to have a A you. Know a place to have the ideas line run through or whatever but one have many. Advantages of, radio or television he, how you need to. Be, at the, DVD gotta jump through a lot more hoops I mean you can do. It but it's but anyway Another listener says, hey Paul, I've thought for years we should offer cost and time effective. Work from home jobs where we only have to. Go in once a week a lot fewer cars on the roads that way carpooling means. More time, on the roads and, less sleep not good Another listener says. I love public transportation after work I have a couple of drinks, don't have to worry about driving I have, to admit I've done that have. Your guests during state fair, time it's always very very stressful right and I, only, did it once you get a really really tried it and. I used to catch the bus by the a street grill and. I, went, in, and, had, a, drink, and I thought I'm not driving so I had? Another one then I got my buzz and he was like hey this I can see why people would stay, for, happy, hour this can't bring to someone else you can't bring a beer on no no no no no no no you drink it at the, bar and then right just go walk. To your. Bus stop and you take your forty five minute commute, home and Delightfully, buzzed, yes hi that no it's smart right we all want to. Avoid do you is if at all possible so all right well. Thank, you, for, weighing, in, again, no, magic answers but just curious why carpooling is fizzling? And we'll.
Mariah Carey reveals bipolar disorder diagnosis
"Mariah carey has gone public with a very private personal crisis we've seen mariah carey struggle breakdown hospitalized for what looks like manic episodes turns out that's exactly what was going on she reveals in people magazine that she suffers from bipolar disorder which can cause periods of depression as well as manic episodes called hypo mania she was diagnosed in two thousand one and says she spent years in denial not dealing with the disease afraid of ending her career but now she says she's in therapy and on medication and in a really good place correspondent jason nathanson reporting the creator and star of the amazon series one mississippi is now headed to outer space hollywood reporter says pignataro has joined the cast of star trek discovery for a second season on the streaming service cbs all access she's taking on the role of chief engineer denise reno of the uss hiawatha we just news time one thirty nine at mattress firm we think of our customers as family so we'd like to extend our friends and family sale.