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"hankins" Discussed on The Current
"I Matt Galloway. You're listening to the current when Dr Catherine Hankins was on the front line of the fight to stop the spread of HIV. She imagined that that would be the greatest challenge of her career and then she met. Covid nineteen another virus raising many many questions about immunity. Antibodies how it spreads. Dr Hankins hopes to get answers to at least some of those mysteries in her role as the CO chair of the Federal Covid Nineteen Immunity Task Force. She is a professor of public population health at McGill University. Dr Hankins Good Morning. Good Morning Matt. What is the focus of this? Federal Covid Nineteen Immunity Task Force. Well what we're trying to do. Basically is to catalyze and to support and where possible and appropriate to harmonize. What's going on across Canada? Already we've been trying to scope who's got Who Got Studies? That are planned. Who's got blood banks who has collecting blood? So that's one part of it is to see what's going on if we can harmonize coordinate support where there are gaps. We're also looking at. Can we get rapidly? Get essays standardized So we've had to essays that have been approved by Health Canada or antibody testing. They'll they're more coming in the pipeline. We're going to need more than one or two for sure so We're involving the Canadian Public Health Laboratory network to cross validate tests so that we can come up with really good tests for studies going forward and then we're looking at the field testing the field studies. That will give us a better idea about what's going on in Canada who has been exposed to this virus. Antibodies and then the final area we're working on is the immune science area. Which is so you have antibodies. What do those mean do they provide you with any level of protection? And if so for how long? What is the big question that you mean? I'm sure there are a lot but top of mind the question. You have the still want answered when it comes to this virus. I am personally really interested to know how exactly it's working and what we can do where we can intervene so I'm thinking back to HIV where we in the beginning thought everybody could get it and nobody was going to be saved and so on and we figured out then how it was transmitted and subsequently we've come up with prevention tools and with treatment we don't have a cure and a vaccine has completely us because this virus keeps on replicating and mutating and escaping for my antibody responses. So I want to know you know. What can we learn from? Hiv that we can apply to Sarah's Kobe to you know how does it? How does it attached to cells to enter cells? Can we block that What is our immune response? Why is it that you know? Some people have no symptoms. Some people have symptoms. Some people have severe symptoms. Other people have almost like a long tail. They're not over it in a couple of weeks. It kicks back starts to affect other parts of the body so I think we need to know a lot more about how we are responding to. This virus is totally novel Corona Virus. So we have no experience it prior to that now and then. What can we learn about who responds well to it? What was their immune response? And how can that help inform eventually Vaccine and I have to say you know we absolutely need a vaccine. Do you are you? Are you're optimistic about that? Because as you mentioned there isn't an HIV vaccine. There's talk within the scientific world. This may not be solved through a vaccine that we might have to figure out other strategies. I think we absolutely need a vaccine and I am hopeful. And I'm optimistic about it. I was you know I've worked on a number of different viruses and when I think about them. You know hepatitis. B. We got a vaccine for that human papillomavirus we got a vaccine for that Hepatitis C. We have a very very effective treatment in fact cure it's HIV. That's kind of alluded us As I've mentioned in terms of developing a vaccine I think we can get back scene for corona virus and I think that we've got such a tremendous effort going on worldwide Including one that was announced last week in Canada but I think we will have one. I'm concerned about the timeframe to get it. And I'm concerned about the manufacturing capacity to make sure that we can get to everybody who needs it because the vast majority of the world is vulnerable to this Corona Byron. Do we have any sense and part of this is about testing? Do we really have any sense yet? As to how many people have been exposed to this virus in Canada? No we don't. We can look at the number of cases obviously and testing strategies varied by province. So some people who had symptoms didn't get tested if they were not that ill As we know there are a symptomatic infections so we can look around the world to see where else people have been testing. And if I talk with my colleagues you know they say you know maybe it's one percent maybe it's two percent. Maybe it's three percent. I think we're going to be disappointed. Those people who were talking about getting herd immunity disappointed when we actually do were able to representative Canadian population survey to see what we've got and I certainly would predict to be below five percent so in the immunity tests in the best case scenario. Who would you hope to test? Who WOULD I hope to test for the immunity test? I mean I think you know our first thing to do is to try to get a feel for what happened across the country if possible to get so we're looking for sources of blood that are national and that can give us that kind of perspective We would obviously want to have it disaggregated by age and by sex and geography and Solon. Then we want to look at specific populations that have been highly exposed. And we know them. We know it's our healthcare workers. It's our care workers in homes for the elderly. It's our residents of homes for the elderly. Were INTERESTED IN LOOKING. At incarcerated populations indigenous populations were seeing outbreaks in communities we're seeing them infringe centers. We need to get a feel for who it seems. Go to very vulnerable parts of our society and we need to better understand that in order to be able to to know how best to proceed not just now in terms of the public health response but also in terms of who would be top priority for an effective vaccine. Just in the last couple of minutes I started by saying in some ways that you thought the work that you had done an HIV aids would be you know the great challenge of your career and then along comes cove in nineteen. What has this taught you about about the challenges that we face and how to face them. I I feel a lot of humility. I think there's a lot of things. There are a lot of things for maybe that we can apply to took over nineteen and the tremendous scientific effort on HIV the mobilization of communities to respond. And it's definitely sure that for covid nineteen. This is a whole society responses needed. We all have our part to play but a real humility and also I guess I feel really really passionate you know. I really appreciate the work of John. Cohen who's a science writer and he basically said this needs all of us addressing this. We really have to get out of this. And you need to be humble and you'd have a sense of humility in the face of something like that. Yeah because this is you know. We're learning new things. Every day. About this this is not a slam dunk. And so it's a challenge and I think we're all up to that challenge and we've got to be realizing it's as many people have said. This is a long haul marathon. It's not going to be a quick win. There are no easy solutions. But we do all need to work together on this. Take your optimism to heart because it is a long haul and I think that that can grind people down absolutely absolutely and I think we're seeing we're seeing the trade offs that we need to be making between you know protecting our vulnerable people as we start to re-enter and re stimulate the economy. And so on. How do we protect those? Who are most vulnerable you know? How can we move for the safely as possible? We've we've flattened the curve which is great But we now need to get more time. We made that time to save US waiting for the vaccine to come. We will talk again in the meantime a pleasure to speak with you this morning. Thank you pledge to speak with you Matt. Thank you Dr. Catherine Hankins is the CO chair of the Federal Covid Nineteen Immunity Task Force. She's also a professor of Public Health and Population Health at McGill University. That's it for the current for today. Coming up next on your. Cbc Radio One. It's cue Mr Tom. Power is the host and he is in his comfortable chair. Tom Good Morning Matt. How you you having these pandemic dreams? Now let me think about this. Yeah I've had dreams that the pandemics not happening. I've had dreams that I'm going through the pandemic with my family back in Newfoundland and I've had dreams that I didn't eat an entire box of triscuits. Last night I keep having dreams of being in an elevator. People keep trying to get into the elevator and somebody. Who's there with me says no? I'm sorry you can't get in the elevator. You have to wait for the next one. Is that a metaphor. I wonder I don't know what it means. Here's what I think. No I'm only joking. I don't have any sort of dream analysis. It is the worst ones and sometimes the best ones are the ones where I wake up and I forget that this all this stuff is going on. You know I wake up and go game time to go life back to normal so nice few seconds before you realize what's actually happening the you know. I'll take him cool show. Today man we got the winner Canadian winner of the Griffin Poetry Prize so live poetry on the radio. I look forward to that Tom. Thank you thank you manpower so host of its next on. Cbc Radio One right after the CBC news. I'm Ed Galloway. This is the current. Thanks for listening. We'll talk to you tomorrow for more. Cbc PODCASTS GO TO CBC DOT CA slash podcasts..
June 17th, 1765 in Williamsburg Virginia
"On this episode. I'm once again on location in colonial oneal Williamsburg in Virginia last time we were together. We were outside of Bruton Parish Church a congregation that was founded an Anglican congregation Gatien that was founded in sixteen seventy four Williamsburg was founded as a town in sixteen thirty eight and of course Jamestown Jamestown was the original capital but in sixteen ninety nine the capital of the colony was moved to here and it held that capital all the way until seventeen eighty when and during the revolutionary war it was deemed that Richmond would be a safer place well we are interested in the year seventeen sixty five in fact a date in seventeen sixty five on June seventeen seventeen sixty five a group of seventeen men got together and petitioned Russian the court here and Williamsburg. This is what they requested. We intend to make use of a house in the city of Williamsburg situated on part of a lot belonging to Mr George Davenport as a place for the public worship of God. According to the Protestant Austin dissenters of the Presbyterian denomination well. This is an Anglican colony. The Anglican Church is the the established church and these seventeen presbyterians wanted an authorized legal Presbyterian church to be established they actually actually added a ps two it and the PS was this as we are unable to obtain a settled minister. We intend this place at present only for occasional worship when we have opportunity to hear any legally qualified minister well. The city of Williamsburg granted their request. They established their church perch. It was just a small little modest meeting houses. They mentioned they're not even able to have a settled minister. I walked it off and it measures about twenty two defeat by thirty six feet and in this very simple meeting house these presbyterians met member how Paul ends Romans by listing listing off a number of people well here are seventeen names William Smith John Connolly Walter Lenox James Holdcroft Robert Burke Nicholson John orchiston James Douglas James Atherton William Gemmell Edward Cummins Thomas Skinner Daniel Hoy John Bell James Smith William Brown John Morris and Charles Hankins. These were carpenters vendor's craftsman. Some of them worked in the courthouse. These were the seventeen who started this church on June. Seventeen seventeen sixty five these presbyterians came out of the great awakening. They were a new side Presbyterian Rian Church that meant that they were not only in favor of the great awakening but many of these were likely converted during the great awakening some of them might have been in converted under the Ministry of George Whitfield. Remember that sermon that we heard a paragraph from by Steve Lawson. Some of them might have been converted by I Samuel Davies Samuel Davies was a Presbyterian Missionary Tha Virginia his first wife died and his second wife was Jane Holt. Her family was a prominent family here Williamsburg and so Samuel Davies made many visits to the capital city not only to see his in laws but also to petition before the Virginia legislature and before the Virginia governor for Religious Freedom and no doubt bolstered these presbyterians that were here in Williamsburg one of those ministers who came occasionally to preach actually to those ministers who came occasionally here to preach once they've established their meeting eating house were trained by Samuel Davies well. That's the Presbyterian
"hankins" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"It lady Reagan's connected funny. This is the ace and T._J.. Show I'm reading one degraded stories. Alabama Alabama woman stabbed two people at a wedding reception started what you pulled out a knife as she needed a beer for the road that rule the Jennifer Hankins and her family asked to leave or wedding reception after they broke up fan she pulled out a knife said she needed to get a beer for the road. The records show a man took the knife from her. That's her boyfriend got upset. So get your hands off my woman while the two men were fighting the knife fail she grabbed the knife stabbed the guy in the back. When another guy stepped into the topic? She stabbed him in the lip accord. They say that's all in the store. APP somebody in the in the lip. She looks like she took a couple of shots in the in the ensuing altercation because she's a little bruised and beaten up so fool beaten bruised. Also y'all hear what.
"hankins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Put it up to a final shots to warm up for the second half. David with a six point lead thirty six to thirty over the great Bluejays edge. Joe's again at a good hap is ever. Specially the big men inside Xavier had twenty four thirty six points came from in the paint. Tyreek Jones and Zach hankins eighteen of those twenty four points in the pay. Both of those guys were really good in the first half. And that's how it should be Creighton has the advantage. Relative to skill in three point shooting Xavier has the advantage of inside brute force and size in Xavier was able to take advantage of that. Now, they did commit seven turnovers in the first half. They're going to have to watch. That number Travis has about a a goal of twelve assists or less. They can't fall apart down the stretch here. Joe like we've seen in the past couple games where they've been in a great position. Similar to where they are. Now, only to see it kind of fall apart at the end buyer willing to keep an eye on the foul situation between of course, tyreek Jones in hankins. They have ten thousand burn up in a ballgame between they've already burned up five. Hankins just picked up three Jones has picked up to as you pointed out. So well that that is vantage the two big hammers inside. They can't afford to lose lose any benefits from either of those guys do the foul. Trouble on the four for the musketeers to start. The second half podcast will get the start along with Jones false Grottes Nashi Marshall, quit good. Start the ball game. Travis had started vote Jones Ian Hopkins, but I'm sure the foul trouble. That's out of the question right now to put him on the floor at the same time for the rest of the game. Scruggs with a pass or the right side of the wing into the corner. He tosses to quit Gooden was after the wing back to scrub. So given the right side quit good on the three point line the cow castle data Marshall Xavier working against Amanda, Mandy, fetch Marshall inside the top of the key throws. It left side. Intercepted taken away by ballot quickly across the timeline admits it his shots blocked by pulse. Drugs off the backboard Xavier rebounds at brings back down the other end their offense. Once again, that's a seventh locked shot for savior in this game. The only average about three a gain Joe since I was a great doubt protecting the rim. Greg good and top of the key at the free throw line in the lane. Stutter step throws up a floater off the iron. No, good falls off on the right side. Rebound ticket by Alexander. Good. It's to be more decisive. That was just kind of a. I'm not sure what I'm doing move jumping ear and try to create some at the last second that'd be more decisive. Thirty six thirty Xavier lease by six we played one minute. The second half looking for either team yet the score in the second half Joseph with the basketball outside the three point arc drives across the length. Finger-roll leaves a short rebound taken by crumple lobs. It back out for timeline for. It's caught by Benson. Who reset the offense for the Creighton? Bluejays Twenty-three on the shot clock. Now, he's out near the center, jump, circle, we have a whistle and a foul looks like Alexander may have gotten a hit or hurt possibly bleeding or so forth as the officials call timeout in a looks as though Jefferson will check into the ballgame. Alexander goes down to the end of the blue Jay bench to be worked on by their trainer. He sat out the game before last with an injury to his knee. It's like they're I don't know if he had our three on the knee over there looks like they're working on. Part of his lower extremity. But I'm not sure if it's a knee or ankle or wet. That's where the basketball hire the right point out the ballot straightaway at the point fake, slept drives rights kicks it to the wing into the corner. Coast immense bluffs, a three picked up nicely by Clinton. Good Gruden then. With a deflection off the knee. That'll be a turnover. Nice defense being played by the musketeers guards. Start at the second half a block. And now a deflection. An attorney over forced by Quin good thirty six thirty Xavier leaks. Neighbors got to get some offense going Joe to empty possessions on the first two times down on this half. You got to get a shot at the basket. A good shot went good and find the cutter marshawn a give and go his shot is blocked taken out of the air marshal caught that under the basket had to reach back out wide, easy block lob inside the crumple. He lays it up. Mrs it inside ball's knocked to the free throw line picked up by Paul struck Xavier entries. Transition Scruggs drives the ball's knocked out of his hand. He's fouled. You think he was in the act of shooting? He might have been. Beck ended up driving the left side again Xavier grabbed a long rebound. Paul scruggs. Did not hesitate turned and drove it hard left down. The left edge of the wings fans entered the wing eyecare Charleston classic flyway promotion now through March. I inner online at goes abor dot com slash swing for a chance to win a trip for two to see the musketeers plan to two thousand nineteen Charleston. Classic in Charleston, South Carolina. Pulse. Cross at the line for two shots. Bakes? The first savior leads by seven it misses the shepherd. So he goes one for to rebound taken by the Blue Jays. Seventeen fifty four to play first. Half miss lowers dribbles. Pressured by Quin, good entry pass left side of the floor with the basketball top of the key dimensions. Change of direction, slips and falls. Little his knees. Didn't call traveling Travis steal one of that. Didn't get it. Back to crop will working on the perimeter nine on the shot clock. Joseph with the basketball, spins in Elaine, kicks it out the crumple foster three four and a shot clock. Now, he takes a three point shot. Fleas a short hits the front of the bam. Bow taking on the bounce by quick good. Russia's it across the time line inside the top of the key is on the way. It is. No, good rebound. Taken by balcony. He's racing it across the timeline. He slowed down by Scruggs on the primary drives again. And we've got a foul called on polish grudge on the drive your change of pace by ballot. That touch like you're hearing stop by club. He's gonna retreat with that was nothing but a fake Joe that was the defense by tall Scruggs. He had his hands up the entire time valley throat right to his chest. Pros Scruggs still got the foul called on. He's still at talking to the officials. Like, hey, what did I do showing him? What he did? Now. He is both palms face it up as there's going to question. What question in the official? That's Paul shrugs. First foul of the ball game. Both teams with one found here in the second half long three on the way from Trump which no good long rebound taken beyond the free throw line by Alexander who check back into the ball game. After being looked at by the trainer. Top of the key. Joseph changing speeds drive down the left side of the lane loses it regained dribbles it again. If it was knocked out of his hands Joseph right side of the floor a drive by Jefferson pulls up outside the. Lane. Fires it up off the ram, and it's deflected by musketeer out to the perimeter right to the hands of the Creighton Bluejays you're treating back on defense. Meanwhile, three has taken on the right wing it scored by Joseph or that is a tough break. Right. And actually was retreating all five players Xavier head the basketball surrounded on the initial shot. Hit the front ramp came off low Xavier player reached up to grab it deflected. At after the retreating great Blue Jays. And they found a wide open three and hit it favors. Zil? Not scored a field goal this half thirty seven thirty three Xavier's league as you Marshall drives anxious shots blocked by crumple Nause tumbles to the ground. Meanwhile, Creighton breaks the other way on the left wing about passed off the hands of Joseph pass came from the right side of the floor. Fuck it must have had a lot of spin on it bounced right in front of his gym shoe. So he hit a short hop it spun rhinos his palms and do the Creighton bench. That'll be Xavier's ball thirty seven thirty three record one point. So far in the first four minutes of the second-half still looking for their first fill go. Oh of the half. Good good dribbling between the circles. Takes it down the lane throws up afloat or use it short. Another rebound breakout from Bollock, and he dunks it for two. Xavier may think about a time out here. They're leading by two thirty seven thirty five. But as you pointed out the offense. Without a rhythm to it. Scruggs takes it to the right side of before. He's picked up the dribble out to Marshall. Cow castle. You're in the low post Jones back out to quit and good and bluffs the three wants to drive. He's turned back now to castle shock lock right side before destruct. He's dribbled to the free lines of fossil anti stripped with the basketball back the other way too on break for the Blue Jays. And we have a Lisi layup on a pass by Alexander who drove it under the bucket. Look back to the free throw line found the trailer. Joe's Jefferson, foster tune Hannity. Lamp were tied at thirty seven timeouts been called fifteen oh nine to play in the second half. We're gonna take a break here. From the cintas center. This is your basketball from learfield. IMG college on seven.
"hankins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The shots blocked from behind by hankins hankins trailing down the lane Zagajewski went to shoot it the hanging swat swatted that like he was crushing it over a volleyball net for a spike. Yeah. He he punched that out of bounds though, frustration with Zach rather. Like, I rather see him just kind of tip it in this. Keep it keep it in bounds. And go up the other way Xavier trailing thirty seven twenty six minutes. Fifty eight to play in the first half a driving layup. I mention any fades away on a five footer instead every fakes a layup it hits it along the baseline good for two Xavier trails thirty nine to twenty-six largest lead to the ball game. For the Creighton Bluejays where the minute forty four to play. Thousand athletic by meant yet tip. You had to tough action for tyreek Johnson defense quit and good working on the left side of the floor left point trying to get the ball in the hankins unable to do. So back out the Scruggs at the point way out on the point though. Senator jumped circle and the Jones he's doubled up the ball's knocked out of his hands. He's hitting the face Jones removing southbound from the play meanwhile, pitched the ball up Richard across the Todd. And now we've got a foul on Brooks Jones. Now, finally come down place of defense with the musketeers. He's checking his left on we appears to be okay. He just kinda got hit and stop playing as you said you'll took himself out of the plane. It was four and five Xavier somehow was able to stop the ball by committing the fat put them in a position situation where they had to FAO to stop ratings advantage. One on one opportunity for Joseph at the free throw line is seventy five percent free. Throws. Bakes the first earns the right for the second shot. It's forty two twenty six now favor..
"hankins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Scruggs top of the key to hard-driving the right side of the lane pulls up real floater and mails it and he is found on the play. Look like he was gonna drive all the way to the hoop abruptly stopped. Just under the free throw line rose up with one hand flipped his wrist buried its wished it. It was found on the plate potentially a three point play for art Joe. The thing about basketball is when you're aggressive with the basketball good things happen and allies heart and just caught the ball was was ripped through the defense and made a strong move to the basket and was rewarded is he goes to the free throw line and finishes at three point play. Kyle cast has got to do more things like that allies heart place, always downhill JV, lease nineteen a driving layup by Moseley is no good rebound. Taken by Jones for the musketeers nine eleven to go scrubs cautious. A time line in the first half working on the perimeter to Jones a pass to the top of the key is a -ticipant at taken away by law. He drives the floor for easy to hand. Duck. There's a pick six as I like to call it. Not a defender in sight to try to stop that play a v six turnover by Xavier. Who almost again Jones picks it up this time. Just out of the grasp of LeBlanc went for the steal again. Now pass into the paint the ball's knocked to the sideline knocked out of bounds. And that ball will stay with the musketeers Jones dove. After that Jesse go van the man the knock it away in the paint. Started down the block ended up with a pile just that they? Feet of all the Georgetown players under bashes the player slid into their feet. Nineteen to eleven April. Eight eight forty to play in the first half. Thirteen on the Shacklock for the Muskateers Ryan. Well, it's just checked in see if he can get freed up for three or Dave your work against a man to man defense Marshall takes it turns the corner left sideline. Throws it up off the blast running hook shot. Good for to the Bank shot. High off the glass, Joe Marshall is almost as comfortable finishing with his left. Even though he's a right handed player. Twenty one to eleven Xavier leads with eight twenty one to go at the free throw line, go van with basketball ball's knocked out of his hands by Scruggs recovers it. Right side of the four to Moseley down the baseline back to go. And he goes no shot blocked by Jones. We've got a technical foul. That's going to be on a musketeer. Was it Hankinson blocked that was he celebrating that. Apparently. I don't know what happened. There will look at the replay monitor. There's some taunting or whatever it might have been by musketeer. And that's it. I didn't see it. So that's still to be determined what bike hankins actually blocked that side thought it might have been Jones is van one for the dunk hankins blocked.
"hankins" Discussed on KOMO
"The mother of a college basketball player who took her own life is suing. What are the biggest sororities in the country? We get more from ABC's. Janai Norman, hit a lawsuit filed this week Felicia hankins alleges her daughter Jordan hankins a nineteen year old sophomore at Northwestern University who was subjected to physical abuse, including paddling verbal abuse mental abuse financial exploitation, sleep deprivation. Items being thrown in dumped on her and other forms of hazing intended to humiliate and demean her while pledging the alpha Kappa alpha sorority in the fall of twenty sixteen Jordan was found dead in her dorm room in January twenty seventeen and the lawsuit. Hankins claims that her daughter told members of the sorority that the hazing was triggering her PTSD causing severe, anxiety, and depression, and that she was having suicidal thoughts. Her family's attorney telling ABC news Jordan was seeking to join an organization she believed was dedicated to sisterhood and personal and professional development. Instead, we lead to that aka failed to take action to stop the abuse resulting in hankins taking her own life and overnight. The sorority issued a statement saying it is deeply saddened by the death of our sister. Jordan and episode has a zero tolerance policy for hazing. But still that fairly says sorority didn't do anything to stop it in this case ABC's today. No one time for lifebeat now with komo's marina Rockinger in partnership with I r g physical enhanced therapy. Indigestion and burning maybe you occasionally suffer from acid reflex. But if it's happening a bit more frequently and causing you a lot of misery. It could be gastro esophageal reflux disease or GERD primary care physician, Dr Heather Osman from the Everett clinic explains the difference. Basically, it is a more, chronic and complicated reflex. So almost everybody gets an episode heartburn. Most of us are familiar with what that feels like and sometimes can be associated with overindulgence, but gird is a little bit more chronic than that. So we sort of think people that are having symptoms more than a couple times a week that might be a sign of gird..
"hankins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Steve Raleigh. News Radio seven hundred wwl w still some flurries. Twenty two right now in the tri-state and accident in Walton Kentucky on Ridgewood road claiming alive. A woman from union Kentucky is dead and her two children hurts after a crash Wednesday morning on Ridgewood road between chambers and Hicks pike. The Boone county sheriff says an eastbound flatbed went off the right side. Then swerved left of center head on sideswiping the oncoming vehicle driven by forty-five-year-old, Amy sky. She died or two twelve year old children in the car were injured. The flatbed kept spinning ending up in a culvert but not before its bed. Detached and hit a pickup driving behind Skype is car. The driver of the flatbed has been transferred to UC medical center. The driver of the pickup was not hurt. Anyone who saw the crash is asked to call Boone county deputies Jack. Crumley News Radio seven hundred w w Kentucky lawmakers yesterday and veiling a school safety measure. This is nearly a year after two students died in a shooting at Marshall county high school it calls for hiring a state school security Marshall also sets a goal of putting more school resource officers and mental health professionals in schools. Said the Wall Street stocks continue their gains for a fourth day, but close off their session highs the Dow rose ninety two points. The NASDAQ added sixty four the day in the SNP closed up eleven oil closed above fifty dollars a barrel for the first time since mid December. The markets responded, positively to optimism that the US and China are making progress to resolve their trade dispute that momentum was tempered late in the session when the latest negotiations between President Trump and democratic leaders went nowhere. Daria albinger. ABC news. News Radio seven hundred wwl sports. In college basketball. Zach hankins tie-break Jones each had double doubles leading Xavier past Georgetown, eighty one to seventy five the musketeers rally from a seventeen point first half deficit for the victory. Elsewhere last night. It was Dayton knocking off George Washington. Seventy to sixty six Rutgers holds off Ohio State, sixty four sixty one Pitt defeated Louisville in overtime eighty nine to eighty six ACH hockey, Utah grizzlies. Says the cyclones in an overtime shootout. Four two three Bill Denison, NewsRadio seven hundred w w sport. Our next update will be at two o'clock. I'm rob carpenter. News Radio seven hundred wwl w hey,.
U.S. holiday shopping season best in six years: report
"The US they're in bad shape. Michael board. Newsradio twelve hundred w the wild rom com. Life itself has been named the worst picture of two thousand eighteen by film. Critics group the critics called the movie quote ill-conceived over rod predictable and painfully manipulative other big turkeys of twenty eighteen the John Travolta mob bio pic Gotti, which got an unprecedented zero on rotten tomatoes, and the muppet murder mystery the happy time murders, you didn't get a car for Christmas. Join the club now is actually the best time to fix that. This year is the busiest and best time of year for car sales. Vic Vaughn runs Toyota, Bernie, sell probably three times a new cars on a daily basis last week is typically two weeks worth of business. He says all the manufacturers put the most incentives in at the end of the year. Can you get drunk on candy? Will apparently Joan Doniger from Bloomberg says. Yeah, she's got today's in focus report. If candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker. What is liquor infused candy and investment board member at the medical marijuana producer till Ray is putting more than two and a half million dollars into a British company that believes candy should be fun for adults to Technomic. David hankins doesn't see this disrupting an industry. The overall impact on beverage alcohol is probably going to be minimal notes beverage alcohol. Sales have been falling in recent years. He says due to the changing tastes of the consumer end. While candy producers Smith insane Claire is planning to use the infusion of capital to come to the US by next Christmas. You see some issues ahead, certainly some of the consumer rights groups are gonna look at this and wonder if this is being targeted toward children the four year old candy maker buys directly from distillers. But even there Hanka sees cautious. There's a lot of big brands that would be very leery to attach their name to a candy. He says it will work only as a novelty gonna really remain a niche market.
"hankins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Other way he's fouled on the drive to the bucket. Going back to that play. Joe hankins helped out the ball. And then when he recovered back to get in front of of Tillman, tell me just kind of smacked his face didn't allow hankins position back to defend him from Zach. My man you guard you guys got to protect a parameter because he got he got he was late to the party because he was helping out defensively quit Gooden at the line for two. The first one rolls out. Save your basketball is brought to you in part by Wardi, Sandra Ford, I seventy five at Mitchell avenue right in the middle of everywhere. Good and tried to add to his point total was seventeen get canary. It is good that hit the front to the back almost up on the flange enroll through good now. Eighteen points to the ball game. Six of eight from the free throw line five of eight from the field for the most tears Smith splits the double team free throw line kicks. It left side three's on the way. It is. No good. And the rebound has tapped after the perimeter ride to the hands of pickets on the aerial reset their offense leading sixty nine to fifty three minutes and fifty seconds to play dice now on the center jump circle picks up his dribble. Is it up to per year? He pivots to face the bucket. He's beyond the three point line with the right point that gives it up the guys that the left point fakes a pass over his head dribble to the elbow. Give it up to pick. It. He drives those up a floater from about ten feet away. The rebound has traced into the corner. And it's picked up by Geist drugs almost there. He is with four fouls. Hit a back off at the moment. Actually, then went over the body. A guys Falcone's he tumbled to the ground guys with the ball on the right side of the floor sixteen in the Shacklock, lobs it inside for Tillman shot blocked by Paykans inside as.
"hankins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Turns and shoots off the back iron. No, good rebound taken inside. By musketeer, and our we have a whistle and a foul. Tyreek Jones got raked in the face by penson. So he'll be at the free throw line. That's the ninth foul by Missouri. So that's like tyreek is going to be. Alright he's kinda Blinken his eye. So he's going to be at the free throw line for another one in one. Second foul the ball game on Pinson Jones standing near the top of the key point on the end of his shorts. Now, he walks up, but again rubbing his eyes with his left hand last time. We went to the free felony was shaken his left elbow now. The officials was we're not gonna shoot these yet. We need a tau. He book that require. Jones just to our right working on his is a little bit. Now, he tosses it back to the bench. Jones will be at the line with a one on one opportunities. You said that was nineteen fallow. Ready on Missouri this half? We still have ten minutes to play. We're still. They're still looking at Jones. She forgot to take him out. They're going to take him out of there looked at his eyes are not happy with gonna bring in hankins and that will show the different free throw shooter to the line for the musketeers affect the official right now with coach Martin is to who. He's worn to select. For shoot the free throw Martin says number fourteen wants to shoot. If I heard that right? Pardon me, nausea Marshall. I think in this situation the opponent the other the coach of the opposing team gets to decide who shoots the free throw in. Elect a number thirteen ninety Marshall Marshall Gibson opportunity for his first free night in it rolls across opening could perhaps make that find stroke a little bit out of the floor. Rebound it by Pinson for Missouri. Brings it across the time. I the corner per your fakes a three drives it into the lane kicks. It bleep in the left corner. Seventeen on the shot clock back out the pension her you're such as crushing screen about pass down low off the dribble inside and has dumped by till the freshman pension may pass with a bit of flair. You could hear the rise from the fans and that was about the pay is not the duck. It was a no look off the dribble. Hard bounce pass down the left side of the lane. Fifty eight thirty three. Missouri. Control this basketball game over the musketeer nine twenty one to play jump hook all the way taken by package inside though. Good rebound. Take goodbye, Missouri outlet pass layup the opposite direction. Store by Missouri. It was Smith. Warren on that play. Smith now historic team points of the ball game. Five and nine from the field. Three of south of three first myth deeper into the right corner. Threes on the way for Marshall of the flange. No good. Again, the rebound taken by Missouri. Get back. It's another old attempted duck. And was a passed just before the half court line by more experience. The head of the streaking career. He was on the left side of the shot was blocked behind. But he was also fab perio- will be at the line to shoot two. They've just not getting back. This kind of doing a lot of standing around. There's no flow. Offensively and Missouri's is making this a one sided.
"hankins" Discussed on Dear Hank & John
"Approach. Listener support W N Y C studios. Hello and welcome. The dear hankins, John. Dear John and Hank. It's a comedy podcast for two brothers question advice and bring you all the week's news from both Mars and FC Wimbledon. They're both very tired and froze the product for awesome reporting this the Monday after the P ended a John why why Indiana Jones, so sad. Why is Indiana Jones so sad because his career is in ruins? I'm not sure what it says about me that I actually sort of enjoyed that. When I was surprised by I'm bringing you around. Yeah. Maybe by the end of this year, you're going to be going to be dead jokes all the time. Maybe or maybe I'm just incredibly tired. I have been more physically tired than this. But I do not recall being more spiritual retired. Like, I am. I am empty on the inside. Yeah. I saw friend if I hadn't seen in a while. And she said, oh, I saw the things from the party for Osman Instagram how to go, and I'm like, it was so great. And then the day after on Sunday, I felt so great. And now every two seconds. I think I'm about to cry. And I have no idea. Why? Yeah, I'm in a similar position. But we're so grateful to everybody who was part of this year's project for awesome. We raised over one point five million dollars for great charities money. That is. I don't even know what I'm saying. I feel like I'm hosting the project problem livestream again. It's like as like I'm back in that head space. Thank you to everybody who donated thanks to all the dear John listeners who pitched in. It was so much fun. I'm very tired. Like, I said, but it was a lot of fun. And that is the good news for this week that we raise more than a million and a half dollars were so grateful and excited and yeah. Hey, can we answer some questions from our listeners? Yeah. Let's answer some questions from our listeners. John right this first question comes from leash who asks a question that is extremely relevant to my life right now. Dear John and Hank where did all the websites go every time? I try to accomplish something on the internet. I'm always redirected to a Facebook page or other social media where I'm required to have an account to access that information. The problem is I don't have any form of social media. I really don't wanna go down that rabbit hole. Oh, we show. That's the right. Call should I just cave and make up a fake Facebook account? So that I can. See concert dates and look at NT Facebook is buying but I'm not selling we show where have all up side. When we were kids. We heard that Pete Seeger song at least five hundred million times. It's like our mom and dad's favorite song. So we've both created like fifty thousand different versions of it. But whenever anybody asks me where have all anything. That's the only thing that pops into my head is well hang can you please stop now. I have juiced ended my relationship for twelve months with Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, Hank. My phone is as dumb as dirt. I can't do anything on this device other than text taken credibly high resolution pictures make phone calls. Call cabs actually, come to think of it like the device that I'm holding in my hand, despite as densely being dumb phone would have seemed like magic to me twenty years ago. Yeah. Maybe even ten. Yeah. Absolutely. But I no longer have any of the big time sucks in my life. I do have an Athlon my phone that is remote for my TV. And I can find out what the weather is going to like in Shanghai in fourteen days. But I can't do the things that kill time including Facebook. And I have already noticed Hank leashes problem, which is that if you don't have a Facebook much of the internet is difficult to navigate. Yeah. Yeah. And in many ways, and for many people, I think that the internet kind of ease Facebook, right? They don't use anything else or or the internet is just apps. It has things that you that you locate through apps, and that's such a fundamental like an anti theft idea to me that like once upon a time the internet was this limited place where it was just prodigy or it was just CompuServe. It was just whatever BBS you're inside of..
"hankins" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"He's the play by play man next. Door's tossed by Philip rivers, and Gordon is going to pick up a couple of yards on that play Cabinda rookie linebacker making the stop and Lincoln on his last two drives Philip rivers eight hundred forty seven yards and two touchdowns. I tell you someone will say that some people would say that's pretty good. Yeah. He deserves to be the MVP discussion way. This team has played. I know Patrick Mahomes just getting all the love as well. Away from him. But do not forget Mr. mile second down at eighty just keeps rolling along going to throw it again from the gun to Jordan, Gordon is a thirty yard line and down sort of the first down hankins. Thank you. Thank you. Did a good job. That's on Brennan snipping off the screen. Philip rivers was backing up and trying to set it up and Melvin Gordon really had a lot of green acres out there. But as you mentioned hanging as I mentioned hankins did a good job screen and getting in on that. What? The ball was spotted at the thirty one yard for now. For Philip rivers, and is very talented offense. Long as Mr. Gordon stays healthy. Then offensive line stays in tact. He's got great weapons on the outside wanna size with a wide receiver six three six four. Battle for the ball from the gun. Rivers forced out of the pocket on the move to the left. Looks deep. Throws to Keenan Allen intercepted. I believe picked off dot com. Gilchrist Marcus Bill Chris right there with a timely interception. The raiders badly needed that they decided to only rush three though, burgers have plenty of time. But he tried it again, tried to take a shot downfield Gilchrist is still down slow to get up after the recession. Hopefully, hopefully, he's okay. But he wanted to go to Alan Gilchrist had them underneath. Reggie Nelson was over the top really wasn't anywhere for the Golden Ball. But it wasn't even a good ball by Philip rivers. You don't normally see that. Got a little pressure that time Arden key who's who's who's going to have to be big especially because the raiders without a dominant rusher. He can certainly bid, but he's more of a nickel Russia than in. Every everyday. Every now got good crispy tended.
"hankins" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Hankins worked here for cedar parks, public works. Some of his co workers are planning a motorcycle ride on Sunday to their friends funeral. We want this to be the biggest thing that anybody could ever want for somebody. For danny. And while aleisha hopes whoever struck Danny will be caught soon. The ring that hangs around her neck gives her something to hold onto put it like in a box or something. We'll do pre K news. There you go. Now, they did a little reenactment investigation yesterday at the scene. I mean, they were actually often the on the median looking for parts of the truck parts of the motorcycle clues. The word is they have found the truck. But no arrest has been made as of as of this morning. So there you go what a horrible story this is. It really is. So she is lost to husbands within a year of each other. And I made it it's tragic every aspect of this. Of course is tragic, and it's tragic also for the person that that did this that made a horrible decision by leaving the scene of the accident. And it's going to be a motorcycle fundraiser at the twin creeks ice house. That's it is that on the thirteen hundred block of farm to market twenty seven sixty nine. I think it is. Motorcycle ride. Yeah. Everybody's meeting there that afternoon tomorrow Sunday afternoon you ever ride motorcycle. Have one. I've never owned one never driven by myself. I've written on on the back of one ever. No, no. I don't I like them. I think they're cool. I have no problem with people ride motorcycles at all Danny small. No, they've always scared me to death. That's why. I'd never never have. Yeah. Stephen and Ron Ron good morning. Hey, you serve. Well, I called in about this the student in Cyprus, she got in trouble for not standing for the pledge, and I'm kinda wondering because if you don't like what's going on in the schools, can you beetroot and not be subject to turn see loss for plenty of hooky. Or if you don't agree with what's going on the schools, can you protest by not paying your property taxes, which fund the government school. What's your what's your point? Stephen my ears. You don't have to say a prayer because their separation of church and state, but the schools are completely funded by the people and they're funded by the state and when you pledge allegiance to the flag. You're pledging allegiance to the state which funds and pays for your education. Okay. You think the kids should be forced to stand during the pledge of allegiance? Well, I think if it's a different matter when you say when you say, okay, I want to take me and not paying my school taxes. I wanna take a knee and not show up to school that day. There are laws that compel people to do those things. And you think there should be a law to compel people to recite the pledge of allegiance and stand. How can you compel for one thing? You're not compelled for the other liberty. Listen, I I'm I'm for liberty. And I stand for the pledge with my wholehearted aware it almost leave. However, I believe in freedom, and I do not believe this government should force. You to recite are stand for whatsoever. Well, the government should not force you to do that. And that's freedom that you're talking about that you believe in. It's okay when they come and they. Throw you in jail for not paying your taxes. I got you. I got I see what you're saying. Yeah. Okay. I got think we're kind of conflicting a couple of different. But the story out of Cyprus is pretty clear, I don't think he should be forced to do it either. But at the same time, I think kids should strongly encouraged to do it to show respect for the flag of of their country. I don't think one kid should be given all of this attention. What's what a massive distraction? This is not only at the state attorney general level, but for this classroom. It's ridiculous. Okay. The kid wants to be a jerk. Let the kid be a jerk. We're still free to be jerks in this. We are free to be jerks. But at the same time, I think kids should be encouraged not to be jerks, and I absolute I think one of the the offshoots are one of the results were saying is like this group of protesters at ended up. Going into a restaurant where Ted Cruz and his wife for trying to have a quiet meal in a lot of other people are trying to have a quiet meal and they go into start harassing cruise. I think that this kind of mindset where you know, you're not encouraged to do the right thing to encourage to be respectful. This is the result. You get like that seven forty five and a check on traffic, here's Melinda. Brands. We are beginning to see more and more of those delays billion on all of the freeways over on low pack as you make your way northbound watch out for a stalled vehicle reported your twenty two twenty two we have reported rack on one eighty three southbound service road near Bernie road as well. As a collision with injuries over at red, bud trail near Westlake drive. Your next report's at eight oh four. I'm melinda. Brielle. Boston's on time traffic today, we have some some this morning along with a stray shower this afternoon won't.
"hankins" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"Mark collins and randy hankins welcome to crypto wanna one thanks for having us for having randy this is mark guys marking randy you guys are doing something really special you're incorporating blockchain technology you are cooperating technology that people don't even know about and that is building floating habitats in on those habitats the transactions the spending your day to day life will be using digital assets or crypto currency is that correct what i like to say is that were trying to create decentralisation in the world of atoms where most blockchain today's happened in the world of bits so we're trying to create floating communities where people will have enough autonomy over themselves because they live on a floating vessel that they can sail from one location to the other people are gonna have to wrap their heads around this and imagine and probably go to our website pitchers of this but our big idea is that thousands and millions of people will live on these slowed in cities and they're living on these cities and they can rearrange their homes and we arranged our cities will have more choice than i have currently and how cities are arranged and we can decentralise excellent awesome let's first go into a little bit about you guys do a little bit of history and then we're going to go into these floating habitats how they're built the tech behind it then was going to the economies of the habitats and maybe the future what do you think sounds perfect to me so randy could you please just introduce yourself a little bit sure so my name's randy hankins and i'm one of five managing directors of blue frontiers but i've been the executive director of the c steadying institute think of the word home steadying but see setting our big idea was we were gonna go create nations at sea so how can we start the very first floating cities with some autonomy to make an interesting for the people that wanna pioneer see stats and i decided why don't we try.
Conditions of ex-Russian spy, daughter improving after nerve agent poisoning
"To a new wisconsin policy form report has had a series of long standing financial challenges foreign president rob hankins sees no crisis but says opportunity or the city to increased development and increase its half space but that of course may require some capacity to invest which we're not detecting at the same time they're going to be increased serviceman suggestions really going to also take this region really acting like a region meaning the sharing of pending costs all enjoy future benefits g miller wtmj news the former russian spy who was poisoned in england with the military grade nerve agent is recovering the hospital treating former russian double agent sergei script whole says he's no longer in critical condition and is improving rapidly his daughter julia also poisoned with toxic nerve agent more than a month ago remains hospitalized as well but it said to be getting stronger and talking when they were first taken to the hospital they are unconscious and it was feared neither would survive the incident ignited a major diplomatic crisis between russia and the west cbs larry miller the women's center of waukesha is welcoming an olympic gold medalist aly race men will be in town in a couple of weeks for sexual assault awareness month she'll be here april twenty fifth race men is one of one hundred and fifty survivors of sexual abuse by dr larry nassar who's currently spending life behind bars reported crime sexual assault women's center of waukesha executive director as an cousteau says the metoo movement is encouraging more discussion about sexual assault the fact that more and more people and young people are talking about it and also intergenerational i think we will start to see the bigger changes that are necessary cousteau says there's still a long way to go its not a happy sunshiny pleasant.
"hankins" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You know it's an amazing doing his close us out as can't do this tone voice that you can do it as duff man tell the people give me i'll give them the website you do it in tough man where's the website where's the information so play where people suffering from dementia and memory loss can read i like to think of ms free range and they can walk around with people who are trained to be impact again caring and loving towards them in an environment where they're not confined they can just live and happy under the care of dr macho crony and they've recently received a grant a fifteen million dollars and they will be opening soon and it is a wonderful call miami jewish health system dot org miami jewish health system dot org if you are interested in helping hankins area who has helped us for free over the last couple of weeks and he would have been very expensive hang thank you for being on with us it was a delight from start defendant thank you dan lebron besets are not going to read them selves like front row seat to see hey a real bridge real pleasure dollar shave club in and help out the things that he cares about if you want to help out hankins area because he did it all for us for free at sport clips haircuts weakened making guys look good for twenty five years we raise the bar with our signature mvp experience and now we've made it more convenient with online checking visit sportclips today we're sharing thousands of things with our clients by giving away two hundred fifty dollars to five lucky winners every day during march no purchase necessary fifty usd c h thirteen plus enter without purchase at sportclips dot com see website for details including prices tonight's ends three thirty one eighteen we're prohibiting donlevatar good work today those a fun show stugatz it was also intergalactic lee stupid vc's the live at our show with stu gods on espn radio hour thanks the heck is area for joining us in studio and giving the straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless best phones best.
"hankins" Discussed on Dear Hank and John
"Hello and welcome the dear hankins john or is a dear john and hank gets a comedy podcast for two brothers answer your questions giving advice and bring you all of the week's us for both mars and afc limbo than john how are you doing dhabi wonderful do you know what i did over the weekend i built a tree house i did hear that you were building a tree house because at one point i called you on the phone and you said i am building a tree house right now yeah i built a tree house with my but actually my buddy alex built the treehouse but i did a lot of sawing and a fair amount of drilling and frontally it'll bit of measuring oh my assumption is that you may have moved a lot of wood around i moved a lot of what around and then i drilled a lot of wooden place but it was amazing because i have a tremendous fear of heights but i was reminded of that line i i heard from rosh brynjar v of last mile health that no condition is permanent and even though i have a tremendous fear of heights it turns out that i am slightly more scared of social embarrassment and so working with my fear social embarrassment i was able man to to do it to stand on top of that tree house even when it didn't have decking i was once in a situation and the grand canyon where a our our tour guide was like you should go out here and walk along this this like six inch wide path that on one side has this cliff face and on the other side has nothing and then at the end of it you will find a lovely view and you can go and sit and contemplate your thoughts.
"hankins" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"The tax stick them out there stay away from my johnathan hankins so yes i hope we hope we get hank he did visit so so we'll see we'll we'll we'll see what happens there with washington last thing for me is ones we're talking about my teams yeah giga mags syracuse orange juice in the house guy in k you yeah one of the many many schools that's define you went to also to find a big fan of kentucky should be there's no way no no no and no right iraq who else is in the sweet sixteen she loves the vada she's big fan of atta my bracket went down hard in the meantime checkups to find you on wednesday and friday of this week on espn television part of the broadcast for two separate spring training games we look forward to that for us we'll be back in early april before the draft to put a bow on any kind of trickle down signings there's still some not a lot but there's still some players out there that somewhat moved the needle and then beyond that what we should i don't know what point we do it but it we still should do like a on offense quaker head coach changing podcasts here's what pat shurmur in new york means you know here's what filipo in minnesota means etc etc right now that is a plan to do after the draft once we have some of the pieces in place they on board with that look at you secret squirrel nice job way to make that up on the fly.
"hankins" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Oh i know he just present recused themselves from topics where no one is as opinion like he's like i'm not talking about this governing thing anymore i'm like your time here to talk about the capper nick thing on the on the air it's always cc i'm very intrigued but behind the scenes he's getting he's giving no this is no yes firm knows and knows i just heard him from the other room yesterday screams snitch is get sticks right guys i don't know what's happening with him but it's sort of the worst manifestations of putting the poisons instigates the super put the superficial poisons to god's they'd be like steroids for his character yeah like just put all of those port money glory and fame into that and see what bloated thing one bloated wonderful frankenstein thing they've got sort of become what do we do though mike on explaining to the people how they can help hankins area for helping us because if they appreciate well that liner that's in front of you is good places start and then we asked the listeners sort of follow are very obvious yet subtle lead in hey help us out man this guy's doing something really nice do you know what this guy he gets paid scaled to do this of this is one of the best vocal talents in the history of hollywood okay so what he's doing right now i don't care if you don't think it's funny like just help a good dude out who did something out of the kind of sorry he really because let me explain this part to you because i really do want you guys understand it because you've been so supportive of the things we do we've seen that saturday saturday night we'll see it thursday when we go out to win would code is going to end up being there now we get to enjoy some of the fruits of our success with all of these people that that we love and here comes within the spirit of that hang.