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"hampton inn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
", Notorious BIG, how about Darth blader and then there's Melton John. Those are the new names of snow plows in that west suburban village. In Chicago, voters are still deciding in the 6th winning names of the 50 finalists to choose from, the candidates do include one, yes, salt or Peyton, salt or Peyton popular, but that appears to be the only duplicate with Brookfield, but in Lake county choosing names is a bit more shall we say mild. Residents are being asked to choose a name for a new water tower, an old gage's Lake road, so far the options are gauges Lake, wildwood, gage's Lake slash wildwood, or no name at all. Terry kashner one O 5 9 wbm. Now to that story about Chicago police investigating a shooting in the west loop last night. The woman shot Saturday was inside the Hampton inn homewood suites by Hilton on north Jefferson in Chicago's Fulton market area, sources tell CBS two she was shot in the abdomen just after 1130 a.m.. It's not clear if she was a guest or a hotel worker. One guest said, this is not the news they wanted to hear. He was visiting from Indiana. He said, when we stay at these types of hotels, we stay frequently, and I've never heard of anything like this. Police said their questioning a person of interest, the woman who was shot is expected to make a full recovery. Jan Coleman, one O 5 9. 6 people are hospitalized after a hit and run car crash in Chicago's river north neighborhood last night. Police say just before 8 p.m. on Ontario and wabash, a Chevy sedan hit a Toyota Prius, then drove onto the sidewalk and hit four people standing at the corner, two men and a woman got out of the sedan and ran off a 26 year old woman is in critical condition while other people that were injured are in good condition. Police are still looking for the man and woman who ran from the scene. We'll get a check of your AccuWeather 5 day forecast when we return it's ten 13. And now the weather expect partly cloudy skies with an excellent chance of maximum refunds. Wait, that can't be right. Oh, but it is. Who are you? I'm April. And we could see refunds writing down all tax season with people switching to tax act. Tax act? The tax filing software that makes it easy to file for less and get more. New forecast. It's sunny days ahead for everyone using tech act. Always
"hampton inn" Discussed on Liberty Station
"A lot of money starting up this company with him. And everything went silent for a few months. And without any discipline, I went through almost all a cat and I savings and we were expecting a second child. And without discipline or still understanding of how to really succeed without the guidance and my father in this department because he was the consultant was really the networker, if you will. I have had guns in my face. I'm not afraid to meet like billionaires. So I was not afraid of this, but I didn't have the practical knowledge to make our business succeed without my father. So I started going out and trying to do film. Realized I sucked at acting and I should never try again. And that was hard lesson learned. So I got a second job while waiting on my dad at a hotel. And this hotel is the Hampton inn suites in Burbank off of Glen oaks boulevard. And I remember going there. I went there so I could get discounts at Hilton's when we traveled. I remember going there and people were always warning me of this guy in Tucson, Adams, and I watch out this guy's got the pass through he's going to try to save you. And in my head, I'm like, you can't save somebody like me. You know? My wife and I, and she was very Catholic. I used to call her Shiite Catholic shudder at the grocery like an hour every day. And I was more of like, I just hope my family goes to heaven. That was always my goal. I was like, I'm going to hell. I'm firmly planted knowing I'm going to hell. And just hoping to meet my family legacy better. It was my goal. So they tell me this about this character. And I remember thinking, I'm going to make this guy doubt who got it. My whole goal in speaking to this guy was to make him doubt who got his. So I get scheduled with him. And I remember saying to him, I was like, you're pastor correct. Is that yes, sir? And I was like, what if I told you that everyone deserves a good help? And he's like, amen, bro I was like, no, even you as a pastor, I think you deserve to go to hell. And he's like, amen. And I was
The Pomp Podcast
"hampton inn" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast
"Did you know that your taste buds change in there? No. That's why they changed the type of food that they serve. Interesting. Is that why everything's so salty? Yes. Yeah. And also why a lot of people order tomato juice supposedly? Oh. I didn't know any of this. I read an article. It's kind of like sleeping at the Hampton inn or whatever. Yeah. No buy actually, flight attendants need to take this. I was on a flight and I told people about this, but I'm telling you. The skin care woman told me to take this. So I was like doing a facial for me. And I started taking this thing. I won't live without it. The reason the FDA is trying to ban it and you can't find it on Amazon. The FDA is they want to make it prescription because this stuff is so good and you can get like two 50 for like 1999, okay? I am never tired. Never sick. The only reason I caught a little cold last week is because I forgot to take it for like 5 days. This thing makes your immune system so rock solid. I feel like I could lick a subway pole and nothing would happen to me. It's given me like dynamite. And then I was on TikTok and I saw this other guy, come on, he goes, there was a study out of Baylor university that they might have cracked like the fountain of youth is what he was saying. He goes, these two supplements over the counter taken together. Could be the fountain. Just a second one. NAC was one, and the other one was glycine. Glycine. That sounds like some Clorox shit. Yeah, so you take those together. So I'm gonna go and pick up some glycine. Glycine. Not medical advice. It's all natural. What is glycine? I don't know exactly what it is. I have to do, but it's another look at it. You should not look at what it is. Don't look at what it is, just take a bunch of it. Over the next couple of weeks. And then just see what happens. And then look to see what you were taking. It's kind of like you ever gone to a restaurant. No, they've got like some fancy looking name or whatever. And then my thing is actually turn to people like what is this? What does that mean? And they're like, oh, it's like a liver or heart or whatever. I'm going to just get the burger. Yeah. Right, exactly. But no, it's supposed to be amazing. NAC and glycine. I'm a go do research. But the NAC thing, I mean, I swear by that and I'm not like a big supplement. I take what I need. Do you think? But this is the one that.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Guardsman Investigated for Chasing Bus, Believing Migrants Were on It
"Then the lieutenant colonel in the National Guard does the same thing. And people on the bus are starting to freak out. They don't know what's going on. So anyway, long story short, the bus finally gets to its destination. And by the way, he's Facebook. All of this is on Facebook Live. The lieutenant colonel is Facebook Live. It just keeps getting worse. Is that how you say Facebook Live? Yeah, no, you did good. You did good. Thank you. So anyway, they get to the, this nice little hotel, and is it foul mouth or foul mouth? It's falmouth. Whatever. The admiralty inn and sweets. It's a very nice looking hotel. They have a little swimming pool in the middle and the courtyard. And I don't know, I guess they give them a free breakfast, I don't know. No, that's only at the Hampton inn. So anyway, they pull in and then the guy starts he jumps out and he starts banging on the door of the bus. And he says, you have to let me in. Let me in. And the bus break down the door. The bus driver's freaking out. And the guy said, I know you have illegal aliens on the bus. And this is all in the dark of night. Can you imagine Michael Vaughan is the driver? He is the owner of Mike's limousine, it is a bus company. They don't work trying to get a bus to go to Nashville next week. A party bus. A party bus. But I digress. So anyway, Hoffman thought that the bus was full of illegals. And he wouldn't, he wouldn't give up. So he would not leave, and mister Vaughn says he harassed us to death. This is the Cape Cod times story. Everybody was scared to death and I have to imagine show. And all of this is being recorded live on Facebook.
Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"hampton inn" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"Again, looking back is an empty nester at even hits me more. I love that. Troy and I had a similar experience. We went to get a 5th wheel, took the truck out, had to go cross country to get it on the way back the truck breaks down. So we're stuck Memorial Day weekend for four days, waiting for this truck. We're staying at a Hampton inn and eating at cracker barrel next door with no vehicle. And we swam. We played Scrabble. He was probably 7. And we get in the truck. I have an attitude like I'm out 2500 bucks. Plus the hotel plus four days of Memorial Day weekend and we're driving down the road and he goes, dad, this has been the best vacation ever. And I'm like, what? What are you talking about? So if it's all perspective, isn't it? He loved it. It is. And you know, we really miss that even more looking back. I had some intimations when my youngest daughter was just 12 years old. I'd forgotten something on a speaking trip and had to go to a mall to pick it up or something. And I saw a young family there. It was a mom and a dad. They had three or four kids with them. One of the kids was very small. Curled toddler. She ran up in front of her dad and jumped in front of him and stopped and said, daddy, you got to carry me. My legs are too tired. And you can tell he didn't want to, but he looked like a good dad, so he moved all of the bags to his right hand and scooped her up with his left and started walking along. And there was just something about that scene that hit me, Gary, when is the last time you carried one of your kids through the mall? Because they're little eggs were too tired. And it was the first time I realized that season was over. It's so subtle. You know what's happening every day. All of a sudden years have gone by and it's not going to happen again. And I so wish somebody had said to me that last time, Gary, this is the last time you carry one of your kids through the mall..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"hampton inn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tie the record in Boston for the most snow in one single day Over 23 inches of snow fell there Saturday tying a record set in 2003 while daily snowfall records were also set in New York and Atlantic City the cleanup continues there this morning Massachusetts DOT says there's nearly 2000 pieces of equipment on the highways working to get roads clear today the storm system still active It's moving across northeastern Maine 9 have been treated for life threatening levels of carbon monoxide at a hotel near Columbus Ohio Police say several staying at a Hampton inn and Marysville were taken to the hospital last night for carbon monoxide poisoning The two year old girl was found unconscious in the pool area 7 people are in critical condition North Korea's reportedly fired its longest range missile since 2017 Jim Forbes has details The South Korean and Japanese government say the intermediate range ballistic missile was launched off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula Officials in Tokyo say it flew nearly 500 miles reaching over 1200 miles into the atmosphere before plunging into the sea A defense analyst told CNN it was North Korea's longest missile test since 2017 A group of Canadian truckers called freedom convoy have been protesting Canada's vaccine mandate policy in the streets of Ottawa hundreds of trucks and thousands of people reportedly converged downtown Prime minister Justin Trudeau calls the protesters a small fringe minority Former president Donald Trump said at a rally last night if he were to reclaim The White House in 2024 he might pardon some of the January 6th capitol rioters In Conroe Texas last night Trump complained about the criminal prosecution of those who stormed the capitol building January 6th last year Trump said the rioters were being treated unfairly over 700 people have been charged in connection with the capital attack I'm Scott Carr Three children have died in a house fire in eastern Nebraska The fire was reported early Saturday in pierce northwest of Omaha according to the Lincoln journal star three children ages 1215 and 17 died in the blaze three other people escaped authorities say the fire was triggered by a wood burning stove A pair of NFC west rivals class for the conference championship today as the LA rams host their neighbors to the north the forty-niners at SoFi Stadium Number 6 seeded San Francisco is looking for one more road wind to get back to the Super Bowl for the second time in three years Los Angeles is seeking its second Super Bowl trip in four seasons Union Pacific says it'll try out some all electric train locomotives Jim Forbes with the details The company says it will spend $100 million for 20 battery powered engines and the infrastructure to run them They'll test the engine's performance in both hot and cold climates at rail yards in California and Nebraska In a news release Union Pacific says it will be the largest carrier owned electric train fleet in the world I'm Jim Forbes A SpaceX falcon 9 launches had to be scrubbed again The rocket carrying an Italian satellite project was set for liftoff last night scrub for the third time since Thursday due to weather issues The mission will carry the Italian space agency's Cosmo sky med second generation or CSG's two satellite arrays into earth orbit over the Mediterranean Sea basin A fourth launch attempt planted cape canaveral Space Force at 6 11 Eastern Time this evening Former president Donald Trump says he might pardon the January 6th capitol rioters if he reclaims The White House in 2024 Speaking at a rally in Conroe Texas last night Trump complained about the criminal prosecution of the Trump supporters who stormed the capitol building on January 6th last year Trump said the rioters were being treated unfairly The Justice Department's charged over 700 people in connection with the attack I'm Scott Khan And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Clean up of the nor'easter that hit our region yesterday continues who's got the most snow Well it looks like ice lip on Long Island winds that snow prize A total of 24.7 inches was reported there The Federal Reserve could choose to raise its benchmark interest rate by 50 basis points if a more aggressive approach to taming inflation is needed We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini This is according to Raphael bostic President of the feds Atlanta bridge speaking in an interview with the Financial Times Abbasid is sticking to his prediction the three quarter point increases starting in March would be the most likely scenario but he says prices that stay high could mean a larger hike is needed at best says every option is on the table for every meeting depending on the data Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio After almost a week of failed votes to elect an alternative candidate Italy's president Sergio mattarella was reelected Bloomberg's francey and lecroy was in Rome for the vote Mario Draghi the prime minister it was initially seen as a top contender for the job and he made it clear he would be keen to become head of state But lawmakers and feared to return to political turmoil without druggy as prime minister In the end it was dragging himself whilst much wealth remain in office breaking the weeklong stalemate Francine says investors may be soothed by the move as it sets up Mario Draghi to remain prime minister of Italy It's yet another supply chain problem and it's affecting the liquor industry distilleries and wineries are facing a glass bottle shortage Andrew yancy owns the tarnished truth distilling company in Virginia Beach Virginia That's the bread and butter of our business is selling liquor And if you have nothing to put it in there's no revenue coming in We're having a tough time getting everything from employees to bottles the corks Yes he says his company is doing its best to keep up with demand Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg Wall Street week Markets shrug a higher consumer prices The economy is in the process of rebounding Well the Federal Reserve has its own digital currency The.
"hampton inn" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Being reported along the Massachusetts coast where when guests of up to 80 mph have been reported Governor Charlie baker says Massachusetts got about 30 inches of snow Former president Donald Trump is promising to take back The White House once again in 2024 And in 2024 we are going to take back that beautiful beautiful house that happens to be white That is so magnificent and that we all love We are going to take back The White House At a rally in Conroe Texas Trump criticized the Biden administration for their handling of inflation to their COVID-19 response He said once he or a Trump backed administration reclaimed The White House China would be held accountable for the COVID-19 pandemic and the U.S. would have stronger borders Over a dozen people are being treated for life threatening levels of carbon monoxide at a hotel near Columbus Ohio Authorities in Marysville say 9 people at the Hampton inn were taken to a hospital and what officials are calling carbon monoxide poisoning Saturday night after being found unconscious in the pool area including a toddler who fell into the pool Others reported experiencing dizziness and burning throats the Columbus dispatch says 7 people are in critical condition Marysville fire chief J Reilly says they are working to determine the source and three children have died in a house fire in eastern Nebraska The Lincoln journal star says the fire was reported Early Saturday morning in pierce Nebraska I'm Jim Forbes This.
"hampton inn" Discussed on WTOP
"Of carbon monoxide responders immediately remove people from the unit and evacuated the rest of the building Two were taken to the hospital in serious condition and three for observation maggiolo says the carbon monoxide came from a defective furnace in the building He says the apartment did not have carbon monoxide detectors and urges all area residents to get functioning functioning detectors for the cold weather season A man is charged with making threats against President Biden's life On Tuesday Scott Ryan Merriman allegedly called police in his hometown of independence Kansas saying he was going to see the president According to court documents he told an FBI agent the following day that he planned to lop off the head of The Serpent and the heart of the nation although he denied that The Serpent was the president Officials found him at a cracker barrel located in Hank's town He had no weapons on him but court documents say he had a loaded magazine with three rounds of ammunition on him He's also accused of telling a switchboard operator at The White House that he planned to kill the president Acacia James WTO P news A man who once let rather a woman who once lived in Kansas has been arrested After federal prosecutors charged her with joining the Islamic State group and leading an all female battalion of AK-47 wielding militants The U.S. attorney and Alexandria Virginia announced today that 42 year old Allison fluke eccrine has been charged with providing material support to a terrorist organization Prosecutors say she wanted to recruit operatives to attack a college campus in the U.S. and discuss a terrorist attack on a shopping mall Court papers don't indicate how she was captured or how long she was in custody before being turned over to the FBI yesterday She scheduled to make an initial court appearance in U.S. district court in Alexandria on Monday We'll check sports next it's one 13 Ashley home store is.
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"hampton inn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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Mojo In The Morning
"hampton inn" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"Yeah no i guess. It is on their life. but at. But if you're just going to gary indiana or something you just assume go into the hall if you see a pool at at the hampton inn included. The holiday inn was where we used to go. The holiday home would go all the time as a family and we would all check into a hotel. I don't know but experienced a few weeks ago them charging. Would you like an early check in for an additional thirty dollars. Would you like to sleep in a late. Checkout and they were they're starting to do like spirit airlines stuff where they start attacking on all these extra fees for things a lot of times if you're if you're a marriott card member for example you'll get a complimentary late checkout because you are they offer those incentives to you so you see also with the airline story. We did a couple minutes ago. I forgot to mention that. Did you see united airlines. Had to tell its employees the flight attendants to stop duct taping passengers. I saw the headline. But what's the story there what's happened. Is they have irate. Passengers on the flight and what ends up happening is the fellow. Passengers grabbed the person. Hold them down and the flight attendants are duct taping them to see. I don't get it. Because i know they're allowed to restrain a passengers like that. I know the zip ties packed away and stuff so if they have to get somebody who goes crazy on a plane or drunk on a plane and to me. I'm like hey you give them all the power you know what. There's three hundred people on that plane and if one's gonna act in start punching flight attendants i say here's my duct tape. You can man like. Why are we coming down hard on on the flight attendants for hanoi..
Fore The People
Boo Weekley Will Provide His Own Natty Light - Even if He Has to Pay
"But hey boo, you remember this is one of my last events, all right? I was playing with you as in travelers. We were in Connecticut. You actually were like leading through a couple rounds. I played with you the first and second round. It was like 2017, maybe. That was one of my normal. Yep. Yep, we were staying there at the Hampton inn and there was a chili's in the parking lot. And being Amanda went to that chili's every day and you know who we saw in there every day every day. You, man. You do not, you do not waver. Once you find a place like if it's a chain, you go there every day and you wear it out. You and me and Amanda and your girlfriend ate at that chili's every day, that entire week. Well shit, and what if they had natty light? That's even more. Draft. I promise. He was probably drinking quarters like getting fancy. I brought the beer in there too. And then they'd sell it to me for $2 a pot. Dude, that's the greatest thing I've ever heard. It's like if the beer is too elite to their terms and it's like, here's the natty, sell me the natty light. I bought this Matty light. Sell me the naughty life for $2 a pop and that's what I'm gonna delete these the whole time. Yeah, that's it. That's what I mean, God dang, that's the greatest thing I've ever heard. Dude, look, that's what I do to a lot of golf courses around here because they don't have my which is
News 96.5 WDBO
"hampton inn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"65 bucks. What's your point? $65 are going to pay for a steak way. You gamble nothing but me. I'm gonna pay $65 for a steak $3 for a chili dog and coke. I'm not going to Vegas for Costco. I'm not doing it. I'm just saying, Are you okay? You don't strike me as a buffet cat. You did I mention the Mexican street corn. I'm sure you can get that at another restaurant at the wind. I don't mind your wing guy. I am a win. Guy is sure I'm I don't mind a buffet. I don't want it went in Vegas, right when in Rome, but you could get Listen, you could spend 100 $5200 on mistake in Vegas. Uh, For $65. You can get a pretty good steak in Las Vegas. Is it going to be the top steakhouse in Sin City? No. But for 65 bucks, you could get Something that's made for fresh to order just for you, and they'll bring it out to you and they'll smile and they put the plate in front of you and you'll get to cut it. It will be a loaf of bread and don't have to get up every three minutes and do a hip check into someone. Is there going to the salad bar before you But those people are old. I can totally take them out. Breakfast is from 8 to 10 brunches from 10 to 3 dinners from 3 to 9. And by the way, it ranges From 38 99 to 64 99. Depending on if you're having breakfast, brunch or dinner. C. Have you ever I've never spent $39. Breakfast for myself. I can't say that's true about me. I'm I know I must have done it. I must have done it and and by the way, the idea of spending $38 on eggs is such when I could stay at the Hampton Inn, and it comes with the exactly section affront to the soul. But these are eggs Benedict. It's a whole station. This guy's life is eggs Benedict and what you can add to it. That's a dream. That's a dream. Do you think this holiday is not holiday hollandaise sauce? Thank you. Gary Goldman. Do you think during the interview process that Weber's cooking the eggs had to say I have a passion for eggs Benedict and I need to run the eggs Benedict station if they didn't I don't want to make my eggs Benedict I absolutely positively.
"hampton inn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Hampton to bridge Hampton was by bicycle. And it's a crowded little cockamamie one lane country road lunchtime. You could manage to get to Amagansett, but only if you were born there. For 10 Minute breakfast at the Hampton Inn in Hampton Bays one year and Yenta waited online 40 minutes. Waitress finally led this 35 ish woman to a table with you won't like it here. This place is for young people. Me. Listen, I do not want another country house. I do not do ants, caterpillars, crab, Wes or houseguests. But I join all of you and loving the concept of Memorial Day. Patriotic songs like God Bless America. Grand Old Flag America, the Beautiful Yankee Doodle Dandy. This land is my land. It makes you hark back to the glory days when we all pulled together instead of a part. It made you proud to be an American. I'll be back in two seconds just after a station break. I missed a mortgage payment. But now I'm turning things around with Sam I can Sam is smart about money, A free online resource from the National Endowment for Financial Education. We're an independent, nonprofit foundation dedicated.
"hampton inn" Discussed on KCRW
"Found a diamond bar boulevard to crash in the right lane. You're backed up from Phillips Ranch Road, the 14 South bound this one in Golden Valley Road. Carpool Lane here has some debris it's blocked and just be careful. If you're driving through that area, 5 20 kcrw from NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm married Louise Kelly and I'm Ari Shapiro. Babish Patel has been working in hotels since he was about eight years old. We helped clean rooms. I used to be a lifeguard at our property. We did maintenance. I did lawn care. You name it. I did a front desk all aspects of the industry. It's his family's business. So my father started out with three small properties migrated over from England and then we moved here in the box. Probably in 1976 small 25 room property by McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey. And it was a family run business. Primarily, we lived on the property because such a small property had living quarters and that's basically how we grew up with. So you literally grew up in a hotel grew up in a hotel Exactly. By the time he went to college. He had a different career path in mind, but fate intervened. I wanted it to business. Financing. So my last year in college, I had a job lined up in New York City, all ready to go and my dad had a brain aneurysm. It was my mom basically saying, Hey, finish school, and then we'll see what we want to do about these properties. And then I just fell into taking care of these properties. And then we just added from there, and today he has seven hotel properties in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and Illinois. Their franchises like Hampton Inn and Comfort in And so we're going to follow Babish Patel as one of our American indicators. These air people whose path through the pandemic recession will help us understand the Ark of the recovery. Since he started running hotels in the 19 eighties, but tell has seen a lot of upheaval from 9 11 to the great recession. He told me those were nothing compared to what's happened to his industry. During this pandemic. Think the pasture is the worst we've ever seen it with Cove. It must. Our properties are the running like between a 10 or 15% occupancy. So in a normal year, I know 100% occupancy is not normal. What is typical for you? So for us, we can range anywhere from 60 to about 75 80% occupancy, sometimes higher, and now you're looking at 10 to 15%. Were looking attended 15%. What does that mean for your employees? So we were able to stay open, and at that time, most of our employees said we Don't want to come to work or we're afraid to come to work. And so those that didn't want to come to work. We said. That's fine. We understand when you're ready. We're here and then some because of occupancy. We just had to further our or lay off. Having run these hotels for so many years. You must know the employees really well. Was it difficult to have to make the choice toe for lower lay people off? It really hurt me? Because you get to know these employees. They're like family to you and You know some of the kids? Yeah, it was hard. Lucky we didn't close. But we were like right there. So we just had one person running the property, and then at night, we would either shut down or Very limited service because there was no one traveling. No one coming in. Do you think this experience says anything more broadly about the American dream and a person's ability to build something lasting in this country? It depends on How you believe in your American dream, And if you really, really want to fulfill your dream, there's always ways there's always there's. There's a lot of different ways a lot of different avenues that you can pursue and you can fill those dreams. Yeah, I think To some. Maybe They might give up and say This is just It's not gonna work for me anymore, and I give up just going to go in a different direction. But I think those that came here for a dream. I think they can fulfill that dream. You just gotta be a little bit persistent. You gotta find the ways you gotta find the avenues. Got a network, but I think there's it's still a possibility to me. What I hear you saying is that despite the devastation of this last year, despite all of the hurdles on the challenges You're still confident you're still optimistic. You're still hopeful. Am I am I have a dream. I again my father started this small company. I want to expand upon the company. I don't want to see it. Go down on dime. Not gonna go back. I'm not gonna let it go down without a fight. I'm gonna put every ounce of energy. I have. Between myself. My wife is here to stand by me all the time. And so we'll do what we need to do to keep it afloat. Lavish hotel. It's been great talking with you. Thank you very much. No problem. Thank you again for having me and tomorrow we'll meet a woman who runs a manufacturing plant in Georgia, where business over the last year has actually been good. Manufacturers across the country are having trouble filling positions. A large number of manufacturers just went into overdrive. And it's not uncommon that they've gone to mandatory overtime and that they've really had to scale up. She's our next American indicator. There's new information about the helicopter crash that killed basketball star Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others. Last year the pilot violated federal air safety rules when he flew through fog and clouds. That is, according to a National Transportation Safety board investigation, which determined the pilot likely became disoriented and lost control as NPR's Russell Lewis reports, This crash highlights an ongoing problem in aviation. When the pilot of the helicopter Ariza by and took off from Santa Ana, California in January, 2020. The weather wasn't great. A low fog and marine layer was already thickening and continued to deteriorate. Is the flight progressed? Here's NTSB lead investigator Jim English. In this situation, this weather did not sneak up on the pilot very quickly. It was a condition that was very stable. The charter pilot pressed on talking to air traffic controllers and bypassing airports where he could have landed. Brian had flown Kobe Bryant and his family before and investigators say he possibly felt pressure to continue to the destination, a youth basketball tournament. The pilot was highly experienced. But when he entered the clouds as he was legally prevented from doing, he started a sharp climb and a left hand turn lost control in spiraled into the hills near Calabasas. At the hearing, NTSB Vice Chairman Bruce Landsberg was frustrated. We pretty well know what happened. We have a very good idea off why it happened, and we absolutely.
Tornado leaves several injured and homes damaged in Alabama
"Image and injuries are reported in Alabama after a tornado hit north of Birmingham. The tornado damaged homes and businesses in the Fulton Dale area last night, about eight miles outside the city. The local police chief says At least five people have been hospitalized, some with severe injuries. Search and rescue efforts are continuing amid the damage. Ah Hampton Inn hotel is said to have significant structural damage. The National Weather Service has yet to determine the strength of that
"hampton inn" Discussed on 600 WREC
"What Okay. All right. Yeah. So we're just standing by getting some more information that if we hear anything, we're gonna pass that along, and we're trying to get some get some images and some scenes coming in What's happening there in areas to the North Tonight, Colman looks like the worst of this is is through. I know it's late at night. A lot of folks staying up with us and a lot of folks have been asking me about the all clear And anywhere you're north of this line. You see this here Double Springs, Marion County over towards Hamilton and Coleman. You're in good shape. Some of the most active weather in the immediate short term is going to be roughly along the I 15 9 corridor. Let's check out what we have here. JP Yeah, We got some video trying to come in. But picture of the tornado crossing. I 65 no Fulton, Dale, just north of Birmingham. Extensive damage, a tweet coming in. And of course, we have the the roof boil on off the Hampton Inn and the ice 65 exit. Massive damage. There was looking at some of the pictures a few moments ago of that damage with no woman there right now, At this point, it's been kind of back and forth, and it's pretty much what we you know these marginal setups. It's It's very tricky like this, you can have one storm suddenly spends up And it was just incredible. The lightning I was looking north of the station here from Red Mountain earlier tonight, and it was just that continuous lightning. You know how it gets around here? When it's warm like this. We have severe weather night. Some of these storms, and it just had that ominous appearance to it. And and soon later we saw it rotate, and we've got a debris signature. And there you go. You got At Stony Brook Apartments in full Tyndale. Yeah, that's reporter Bria Chapman is checking out some of the damage up that way. Obviously significant damage Stony Brook apartments and the Hampton Inn there. Nice 65. So exactly Fulton between Fulton, Dale and Garden, Dale uh, Webster Chapel. Those were areas that were hammered and we're still getting pictures in and trying to get some of those pictures in from around the center point area. And around Carson Road. I think there's some damage through their based on what I'm getting from some of the reports on social media, so there's gonna be a lot of trees down. You've got some structures down and we may still have some situations out there where people are trapped in buildings. I'm getting kind of some rumblings about that. We're gonna follow up on but not a pretty sight out there with that storm that really hit a pretty populated area. I don't know the strength of the storm, but The weather Service is gonna have to figure that out tomorrow. But based on what we were seeing, it's not gonna be in a level of like ef 45 or anything of that magnitude, But you're probably just kind of eyeballing it. You may have EF to damage from this. And again they're gonna go out tomorrow and look at everything, but it was enough to take the roof off some of these commercial buildings and do some significant damage. Knocked the power out. Wanted trees down that sort of thing based on what we're seeing, so eager to see the weather service reports tomorrow on the strength of that storm at the end of the day, a lot of damage out there right now. No active warnings. The watch is in effect until.
"hampton inn" Discussed on 600 WREC
"To get back to Northern Jefferson and ST Clair County. And by the way our news team right now, where a gathering what's happening around the full 10 del area, And if we have any new information, any video coming in, we're gonna be passing that along, so just stand by. Wedding me gather some more information right now. Wiley and 3/4. This is Highway 69 north in Tuscaloosa County around Windham Springs. This storm needs to be monitored closely. I see. Little bit of a hook with this at the moment and indications we may have some small hail. We had some nickel sized hail reported with one storm earlier. Sandtown Toe Windham Springs and the Samantha area. This has now crossed highway 43. It's moving towards highway 69. So if you're anywhere from Oak Grove Perish. I know it's late at night. Just stay up with us here for a little while. Let's wait and see what this storm's going to do. Is it moves on through a couple of these again have been rotating. And if you look at what's going on, some of these are lining up even back in the Mississippi noticed right there, south of a Philadelphia, Mississippi. There's one storm the overall system finally starting to move to the south. It's been just kind of held up here to the northwest. But now all this is finally starting to move to the South. So things kind of flaring up here, JP over the past hour, so But what are you hearing with respect to Jefferson County? Yes, I'm incredible damage. I'm seeing some pictures right now. And we're not putting him on TV at this point, because Of any kind of copyright infringement. But we're efforting to get these. I can tell you right now. The Hampton Inn by the Outback and Fulton Dale a tremendous damage tremendous damage, And we're hearing reports that in that area, there may be some entrapments that's in Fulton deal and you know exactly where that is. That's the By the Outback. There's no Charlie is there. There's a chick fil Way. There's that hotel. That's a lot of damage. It does not look good. Dr. Tim Coleman is on the phone with me and Dr Tim and saw some damage in CenterPoint. Tim, Tell me. What have you seen? You've been driving around Jefferson County since this kind of blew up. Yeah, I went up on top of Charleville Mountain to try to see the tornado. I never could see anything definitive. But I can't believe You hear me?.
"hampton inn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Okay. LBJ. I'm John Cooley. This news the surface of Central Texas Honda dealers now City Council this week has homelessness on its agenda again as it considers another multi million dollar purchase of a hotel for the homeless. Austin's homeless strategy answered, Diana Gray says there's been a lot of collaboration in search of even Maura of these properties, constantly communicating about what a project might need, how we might explore, making it more feasible or how we might support that work. The property under discussion this week is the Hampton Inn on Picon Park in North Austin, which is city might spend $9.5 million to buy. It was July of last year. Hayes High School Up to Retire It's Generations old rebel mascot in the district today has announced the official name change to the Hazara. Box, the district says Making the complete change to the hearts could cost up to $800,000 and almost 16,500. More banks in doses are being allocated to Travis County this week. Another 8200 doses will go toe. Williamson County Cork, LBJ radar Weather Watch 73 degrees Low. 46 Get Austin News on demand it news radio k l b j dot com I've and local every afternoon to before. This is Marc, Melinda and Ed on news, Radio, K l B J Call or text them and 51283605 90. Thanks for taking my call now. Marc, Melinda and Ed. Thank you for joining us 303. We're live in local 2 to 4 every week day after Rush Limbaugh, 18 year old Jackson Rafic. Of Wiley, Texas, turned his own father into the FBI. He contacted.
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"hampton inn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The G and Ursula show happy Friday, and we are grateful that you listen to our show coming up at 10 o'clock we're gonna bring in someone who became homeless with her two kids during the pandemic after her landlord gave her The boot. But right now, Ursula, we need to talk. And here's what happened. Let me explain. I don't know if you guys heard about the door dash situation. There was a video of a door dash driver that was berating a customer over there. Tip. The driver delivered the food and was not not not. Hey, I'm not giving you your food because this $8 tip was not enough. Yeah. Yeah, That's what happened. So anyways, that's the story. Which brings us to the next question and is real simple. When should you tip And who should you not tip? I know. Sometimes people are having this conversation like it's normal to tip your server and everything. But there's some other situations. I believe that Life is better for you if you if you if you can tip It would be better for you. So I want to talk about that a little a little bit. I'm already feeling nervous because I think compared to you, I'm gonna sound like a complete cheapskate. But I'm gonna pull a G right now. Can we all agree that holding someone's food hostage over a bad tip is not the right way to go? Not just that the right way to go. That's not that's not the right way to go so So my uncle John Scott, who was two story he was the driver for Hugh Hefner for a little bit back in Chicago. Of course he was. This is my This is my great uncle, My dad's uncle, and then he taught my dad and of course me. When you have the opportunity to tip in this and you're being serve, or it's a service that's being done for you where there's food or anything, I believe any and every opportunity that you can tip Do it because trust me, it comes back to you. And people wonder why they treat you like for a treat You like a million dollars. So, Ursula, I tip in all situations. I tip when I'm going to the airport. You know who you tipping in the airport when it will. I park my car at a parking area by the airport. Master part kind of gets you okay? So when they come and grab your bags, you tip boom, right? And what? What are you because I do, too, And I noticed that there are many people who are pretending that they forgot their wallets or whatever, and they're just jumping off that bus and not giving any money out, And I always make a point to give I'm not giving huge I'm giving like two or $3. That's cool. Okay, That's the thing that school now the night before, before you go on your trip. You supposed to get your dollars together like some people go to certain clubs and they have their dollars together. In this case, you have your dollar together for your vacation Now when you check into the hotel Ursula, huh? There's somebody right there. Hey, excuse me. Can Nelson can somebody get my bags? Oh, yes. Sure, sir. You don't matter. L can't you at the Hampton Inn doesn't matter what hotel you have them. Bring your bags up, and they'll bring your bags up Boom and with a few dollars look, Tip boom. Okay. This is so bad, because so often husband, I'll be like Lugging our bags up. No. Let them do it. So so you could go and get it. And then house housekeeping when it comes out every if you're there for 34 nights, everything gonna put a couple dollars on the bed. Okay, that I d o Okay. All right. Just a couple dollars on the bed with every every couple dollars. Chef. There's a couple dollars. No. You find you find that you get some extra soaps of extra towels. That's the little thing. Extra soap. Hey, I do Dumela soap speed. They will also be going with one swipe anyways. Now I want to talk about the restaurants because right now, a lot of people are going. They're doing a lot of pickup services because we can't dine in, right. So when you guys were going to the restaurants to pick up your food Do you tip the person for for take out A couple of days ago. I did, but I don't always and this is where I feel horrible or I will I see that the big line. Is there an empty and very obvious and then I'll grab a couple of dollars and put it in the jar instead. Instead, because every time I see that, or they turn that thing around, I feel like do I have to go 15% 20% Now I have been much more generous. I've tried to be much more generous during the pandemic. Okay, Because there is no dying it a Zilong is we don't have dying in on putting. You know, I realized that is a big part of their income to or I just feel like Oh, my look at the empty restaurant and I'm picking up some stuff I'm thinking, okay. I'm just gonna do my part. But traditionally if I'm picking up I have not been so I might just horrible. I've not been tipping. Yeah, I guess I got I got a tip in this situation. Ursula. Okay. How about here's another scenario I need. I need to ask about something because I worked in a service type job all through college. I worked Had a cosmetics counter. And, uh, no one gave me tips when I was I'm not trying to do. Ah, Hey, they didn't do it for me. So why would I do it for them? But what? Where do you stop? I don't stop, Ursula, because no one let me know. Hold on Now, Guys, guys, guys, Here's why I don't stop and I look I would love to be like everybody told you. You're such a nice guy. Look, I'm a little selfish to let me let me explain. Let's just say you're at a bar or something like that. And there's a bartender. Have you ever been frustrated? Where you like? Man? What is the bartender Not see me is taking me a long time. Because dollar Bill up. That's because you got you can't it can't be a rookie. Your very first drink. You give that bartender 20. You could do that. I guarantee you, Jeff. You for sure have to do it. But what sex ain't no way they see in me a second time. If I'm not getting some money about it. So again, there is nothing. There's nothing better when you do that. You'd be amazed.
"hampton inn" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Very important because plaintiff lawfully gained access to the computer first with permission of its owner, Biden and then after by and failed to retrieve the hard drive, despite plaintiff's request in accordance with Mac Shop, abandoned property policy plaintiff as a direct result of defendant's actions and statements is now widely considered to be a hacker and on the same day defended, categorized plaintiff as a hacker plaintiff began receiving negative reviews of his business as well as threats to his person and Property in a defamation lawsuit. One of the important factors to consider is, uh, a provable damage damage had damaged, quantifiable damage has to have occurred. And so by labeling this story, a Zach materials and despair disparaging the name and qualifications of the small shop owner. He really might have a strong case here and Twitter could be in store for another big payoff lawsuit settlements in much the same way that CNN had to settle with Lin Wood and Nick Sandman, and that would be very cool to see Also another lawsuit brewing in the background. A black man in New Jersey suing the police department after he spent 10 days in jail being misidentified by facial recognition technology. Groups in early 2019. The police were called over to a shoplifting incident at the Hampton Inn and Woodbridge, New Jersey, The suspect fled the scene, clipping a police car with his vehicle on the way. Weeks later, a man named Gear Parks learned police issued a warrant for his arrest. Parks. Uh, what? What asked his cousin to drive him to the police station to clear his name. But upon arriving, he was handcuffed and spent 10 days in jail. This isn't the first time that facial recognition software has involved in involved in suspect misidentification. Earlier this year, Robert Julian board, Jack Williams was arrested in Detroit and we talked about that story. Um Accused of stealing five watches, accosting $3800 from a shoe Shine Ola store in 2018. Unbeknownst Williams at the time, he'd been I misidentified by facial recognition Tech called Data works, plus Um So that now let's see Mr Goodyear Parks. I thought the charges and ultimately got them dismissed. His attorney says. The police and prosecutors pursued his client based on Leon evidence provided through facial recognition technology, which seems to have a inherent bias against minority users, which is quite fascinating. Indeed, Obviously, the reliance on this technology is premature and is resulting in some rather embarrassing mistakes for law enforcement. Sometimes the old ways are the best ways. And I believe forensic technology had been up to the task for most cases prior to the use of facial recognition technology. So how about we roll things back a little bit. Anyway? You're listening to Saturday night on the circle coming up. Next. We're gonna talk about Chicago teachers union leader. Got a little bit of hypocritical trouble and also the changing economy. How it's affecting restaurants and big business in America Coming up next stay tuned. Did I remember to turn off the coffee bomb? Did.
Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
Flawed Facial Recognition Leads To Arrest and Jail for New Jersey Man, New York
"So this is, uh, issue that I think is something that has because here has been so busy with so many things. It's an issue that has slipped by most people, but it's not slipped by Cashmere Hill reporter with The New York Times We've spoken on Cairo nights. She is now joining us here on Seattle. Morning News Kashmir DYNAMITE Story in The New York Times about facial recognition technology. Can we let's start at the beginning of the story. Can you tell us a little bit about who is Nigeria Parks? And why does he matter in this big discussion about facial recognition technology? I feel like you're part that he's in New Jersey. Man. He's 33 years old. You started a grocery store. He now works making kitchen cabinets, and last year he was arrested. Um, for A crime he didn't commit on. See there was Where do I start to know there was a shoplifting incident at a Hampton Inn and in New Jersey, and this guy came in. He stole some candy. The cops were called When the cops got there, He apologized that he would pay for the candy. He gave the cops a Tennessee driver's license and when they ran it in, turn out to be fake. He, um Tried to handcuff him. He ran to his car. He pulled out very quickly. He hit a police car hit the calm of the hotel. And when the officer said he had to, you know, dive out of the way to get cannot be hit by the car on they found the car a mile away, abandoned into the only thing they had for the crime. Andre were this driver's license and You know, there was a problem today. There. There's fingerprints, but they decided to go with his driver's license, and they ran the photo through facial recognition technology and they got a match to night here, Park. And arrested them. And he ended up serving 10 days in jail on at the time that I've I've never been to the Hampton and I've never been dead to that town. You know, he just also happens was in New Jersey. We're talking with Cashmere Hill technology reporter for The New York Times. All right, so, so they arrest Mr Parks Based on what who? Apparently they were told by facial recognition technology who had committed this shoplift against subsequent potential, I guess assault on a police officer. When he was arrested. What was his response? What he was was he surprised that the police showed up two to arrest him. He actually went to the police station to say, Hey, you guys have the wrong guy. This isn't me. Um this is a case of mistaken identity on, do they? They didn't believe him. He Hey, did have some prior convictions in his youth 10. Years ago, he was arrested for selling drugs and he had spent some time in jail. So I think for the Costigan said, Hey, this guy said face matches. They've got prior convictions. He's our guy. Um so yeah, he went to the station. They arrested him. Um, at his Hearing. Uh, because he had these prior convictions. He New Jersey has a no bail system and so at the point system rather than cash determine if you're released before trial. The point is that he had to stay in jail. So he was in jail for 10 days. Well, I got transferred to a pre tile laundering program after he hired a private attorney, which ended up costing him $5000 on then for the you know, the next year, he was Battling this case, you know, he was offered a plea deal. You could take six years and in jail instead of going to trial, and you consider taking it just because he was afraid that he would lose it trial and because he had the prior convictions, he could have gone a very long sentence. It was really scary for him. On and Yeah, it's hard. The police the police always have told me have reported a lot of facial recognition. They say we've never arrest somebody based on Leon facial recognition. We just just the clue in the case. And we do other investigating, But this is the third case for somebody's been wrongfully arrested based basically just on a facial recognition match with very little additional investigation.
WBZ Morning News
Boston homeless gather in large groups outside, without face masks, as the weather warms up
"Among the most vulnerable to covert nineteen the homeless population and the warm weather this weekend brings them outside in Boston WBZ's Carl Stevens tells us they were gathering in large numbers many of them with no face mask what happens when you're supposed to stay home and you don't have one that's what I wanted when I saw a fifty or sixty people together on the grass outside the Hampton inn off mass have Sunday afternoon that's down the street from the large homeless shelter this man told me this is where they could meet outside and socialize this is how we all hello we socialize result by me in the you know home hang out we sell the home and I don't think that a home you know is the bomb it was the kind of sunny day were a family might be barbecuing in the backyard no face coverings needed there but what happens when the only family member you have until listen the only backyard you have is the street