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Fresh update on "harrisburg" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Radio dot com at on your smart speaker now on one or 39 FM, and here's three things to know at 3 45 Philadelphia City Council is backing a new gun buyback program is the scourge of gun violence continues to plague. The city of Philadelphia, Central Pennsylvania. Woman is in custody after she was accused of swiping a laptop from Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during the insurrection at the capital and to recap our top story, the city, Philadelphia said to move to phase one B for its vaccination plan. Dr. Thomas Farley made the announcement earlier today and it includes essential workers and people over the age of 75. That's all ahead. In the next 15 minutes. Good Tuesday afternoon, Philadelphia on J. Scott Smith, Greg Relin genies that the editor's desk here in center City and the Philadelphia City Council is once again partnering with community groups for a gun buyback program. And as we hear from Kate, what obvious community affairs reporter Cherry Greg the effort comes is elected officials renew calls for citywide states of emergency This Saturday, individuals can drop off guns at two city area churches. No questions asked in exchange for certain guns. They get a $100 gift card to Brown shop, right were targeted handguns and automatic. Weapons because those are the guns that have been used on the streets below. Kalyan runs Father's Day Rally committee last year they worked with the city to do gun give backs collecting 100 guns over several weekends. This time they found sponsors, but it's just one step. You're sick and tired of being sick and tired of seeing aftermath Youngmin being gunned down. Philadelphia City Council member Chiana Johnson is one of several elected officials on this week's press conference. They're renewing council's call for Mayor Jim Kenney to declare gun violence a citywide emergency they want. City resource is focused on stopping the killing time so we could have weekly updates regarding how we're addressing this issue because it's just that important, cheerfully saw 499 homicides. There's been 27 so far this year. Gun buyback details All right, Kay what? W news radio dot com Cherry Greg Capable units ready help. Meanwhile in Harrisburg woman has surrendered to authorities now charged for her alleged role in the violence of the capital two weeks ago. Have you seen the menace is following the story and Tim she's also accused of stealing a laptop from Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Yes, either a laptop or a hard drive and that accusation that Riley June Williams stole it. Came from an ex of hers. The FBI says that ex called that into their tip line, adding that Williams his plan was to give the device to her friend in Russia with then sell it to the government there. The ex says that all fell through and Williams either destroyed the device or still has it now. Pelosi's deputy chief of staff, said on Twitter that a laptop was indeed stolen, but it was only used for presentations. As for whether the.
FBI investigating woman said to have stolen Pelosi's laptop during Capitol riot to sell to Russia
"An alarming claim about a woman who stormed the U. S. Capitol earlier this month. The FBI says she intended to send a computer stolen from Speaker Pelosi's office to Russian intelligence 22 year Old Riley, June Williams of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was seen in the video of the attack near Pelosi's office. An FBI affidavit says A witness told authorities Williams intended to send the stolen property to a friend in Russia. Who would that, in turn, sell it to the country's foreign intelligence service. The FBI says the deal apparently fell through and they believe Williams either still has the device or she destroyed it. Ah, former presidential candidate and New
Fresh update on "harrisburg" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Help get a handle on the corona virus pandemic. Dr Rachel Levine picked to service the country's assistant health secretary. Here's what Abi's majority Dr Rachel Levin, would be the first openly transgender person to be confirmed for a Cabinet position by the U. S. Senate. In a statement, President elect Biden says he picked Levin to meet the public health needs of our country in this critical moment, and that she is a historic and deeply qualified choice to help lead the administration's efforts. Part of those efforts will be a $1.9 trillion plan to combat the virus by it and says he wants 100 million vaccine doses administered in his 1st 100 days in office, and Dr Levin will be a big part in helping rollout that plan. His plan also calls for Americans to wear masks for his 1st 100 days in office. And Dr Levin, a served as Pennsylvania's health secretary. Since 20 1800 governor, Wolf Ah Harrisburg woman surrendered to authorities now being charged for her alleged role in the violence of the capital. One of these two men is following this story for US and Tim. There's one claim that she may have stolen something belonging to Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Yes, either a laptop or a hard drive and that accusation that Riley June Williams stole it. Came from an ex of hers. The FBI says that ex called that into their tip line, adding that Williams his plan was to give the device to her friend in Russia would then sell it to the government there. The ex says that all fell through and Williams either destroyed the device or still has it now. Pelosi's deputy chief of staff, said on Twitter that a laptop was indeed stolen, but it was only.
Protests start small, peacefully at fortified US statehouses
"Police and National Guard troops are standing sentry at newly fortified state houses ahead of expected demonstrations planned for the lead up to president elect Joe Biden's inauguration the Mounted Police patrolled outside the state capitol in Harrisburg Pennsylvania one National Guard troops rolled up in hundreds there were similar scenes at statehouses around the country and a massive presence in Washington DC with the national mall has been closed in fencing and other barricades thrown up to keep people away from the U. S. capitol the deterrence efforts appear to be keeping numbers small though armed protesters were seen in locations including Columbus Ohio in Lansing Michigan Timothy T. can showed up there with a rifle **** said he wanted to it's a message of peace and unity to the left and right this is nothing new here no misconduct in a prime Alexa to Michigan state police different topic and it's not that we won't tolerate criminal I'm Ben Thomas
Fresh update on "harrisburg" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Has been recovered and she is safe. That's certainly good news. Okay? Would it be news time? 2 30. In the pen medicine studios, encouraging you to never stop believing you can be the difference. You know, Radio won all 39 FM people in Category One be cannot be vaccinated for covert 19 in the city of Philadelphia President elect bite and selects Pennsylvania's Dr Rachel of being to serve as the country's assistant secretary of health. Mike Tardy Ah Harrisburg Woman whose ex says she stole Nancy Pelosi's laptop in the capital Riot is now in custody. I'm Tim Jimenez, Sonny 45 temperatures.
Another 1,000 Pennsylvania National Guard Members Heading For Washington, DC
"Pennsylvania is doubling the number of National Guard members. It's sending to help secure Washington after the riot last week in which a group of angry supporters of President Trump stormed the capital. Of Inner Wolf announced Friday. He is sending about 1000 more. To help with the inauguration of Joe Biden on Wednesday. He's previously deployed about 1000 to Washington. Wolf has also called up about 450 guard members to protect the Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg and other possible targets of unrest. The FBI has warned of the potential for armed Trump supporters to cause trouble at state
Fresh update on "harrisburg" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"In the week. Theo impeachment of President Trump, the latest from K Y W. NewsRadio, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says the mob that attack the capital on January 6 was provoked by President Trump Mob was fed lies. They were provoked by the president and other powerful people. His words come as Democrats regain a working majority in the Senate chamber this week with the new vice president Kamila Harris says the tie breaking vote. The Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer vowed to make President Trump's impeachment trial a priority, including any punishment. We need to set a precedent that the severe is defense ever committed by a president will be met by the severe ist remedy provided by the Constitution. Impeachment and conviction. This chamber. As well as disbarment from future office. Democrats still needs 17 Republicans to join them to convict President Trump Ah Harrisburg Woman who the FBI says stormed the capital has been arrested and has killed abuse two momentous reports. Authorities are also investigating a claim that she allegedly stole Speaker Nancy Pelosi's laptop or hard drive, according to court documents. The FBI, says Riley, June Williams, her ex called their tip line several times, and the main message from that X was that Williams stole the speakers. Advice from her office, and the plan was to give it to a friend in Russia to sell to the government there a plot that the ex says fell through. And Williams either has the device somewhere or destroyed it Now the FBI has not determined If those claims are true, they're working on it, so there are no theft charges. But she is facing heat for violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. In the court docks, investigators attached images of Williams and links to video that shows her in the capital during the writing. Investigators say she even lead people up a staircase to Pelosi's office. Tim Jimenez, killing W news radio..
Police move to increase security at Pennsylvania Capitol
"Officials here in Pennsylvania planning for potential unrest this weekend in Harrisburg, That part of the story from cable IWC Pat Lowe, the Pennsylvania Capitol Police are the front line and protecting the capital, and spokesman Troy Thompson says they're aware of the threat to state capitals posted by many of the same groups that stormed the U. S Capitol last week, and they've beefed up staffing Pennsylvania Capitol Police are working with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to monitor the situation. Representative Kevin Boyle says he's noticed the enhanced police presence more heavily armed police 15. Very, very well, honey. The National Guard has not been some into the Pennsylvania Emergency Management says it hasn't received a request for them. The state police say they're standing by to assist and that planning is ongoing. The governor's office says it's confident the Commonwealth has the resources in place to protect Pennsylvanians against threats and to keep the Commonwealth safe. At Loeb, K Y. W News radio
Fresh update on "harrisburg" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Police have issued an amber alert for one year old Nova white police say the baby was last seen with 32 year old Ronald White on the 1200 block off North 10th Street just after eight o'clock this morning. Police are now looking for a 1998 green colored Toyota Corolla. Ronald White is described as being 5 FT. Seven African American with brown hair and brown eyes with a teardrop tattoo very significant on his face. Anyone with information should contact Philadelphia police or call 911 Harrisburg Woman who the FBI says stormed the capital has been arrested and is K y W is Tim he menace reports. Authorities are also investigating a claim that she stole Speaker Nancy Pelosi's laptop or hard drive, according to court documents. The FBI, says Riley, June Williams, her ex called their tip line several times, and the main message from that X was that Williams stole the speaker's device from her office, and the plan was to give it to a friend in Russia to sell to the government there. Plot that the excess fell through and Williams either has the device somewhere or destroyed it Now the FBI has not determined if those claims are true, they're working on it. So there are no theft charges, but she is facing heat for violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. In the court docks. Investigators attached images of Williams and links to video that shows her in the capital during the writing. Investigators say she even lead people up a staircase to Pelosi's office. Tim Jimenez, Kevin W. News radio with a crash we're monitoring on to 95 Logan Township, New Jersey, check on traffic is next. From Rittenhouse to.
"harrisburg" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"harrisburg" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"A hush fell over the courtroom. It was packed with witnesses press and spectators and the gallery there for the biggest trial of the year. That day was just the indictment. But it was sure to be a doozy. Some federal authorities believed the defendants were more dangerous than the terrorists in weather. Underground a radical left wing group and yet the harrisburg seven didn't look like militant. In fact they were priests nuns. One was an academic however these clergy members and public servants were facing a serious set of charges conspiracy to kidnap the presidential foreign affairs adviser. Henry kissinger a plot to blow up the heating system in several buildings in washington. Dc it looked like extreme left-wing terrorism while it may sound odd. The defendants didn't see any contradiction between their religious convictions and their liberal activism. In fact the two stances were part and parcel of this same belief system. The harrisburg seven took commandments. Like love thy neighbor and thou shall not kill seriously especially in their opposition to the vietnam war they burned draft cards and antiwar protests. They damaged records to interfere with military. Recruitment they campaign to pull american soldiers out of vietnam and they were willing to break the law to accomplish their goals according to prosecutors that included a plot to kidnap henry kissinger and blow up some federal buildings. heating systems. The harrisburg seven. Insisted they never intended to do any such thing. But prosecutors had letters with allusions to the potential crimes. They argued that this was enough to prove the defendants were violent terrorists. The question was would. The jury agree and did it matter that so many of the harrisburg seven were clergy acting. According to their faith after all the trial wasn't just about the alleged crimes it would also measure the public's attitudes toward religion politics and the intersection of the to america's most Values were on trial. But even that didn't seem to deter the harrisburg seven. They were used to battling for the nation's sole coming up the trial against the harrisburg seven listeners. Have you heard the eerie new podcast. Superstitions every wednesday explore the varying beliefs. People around the world. Fear and follow in this mystifying series from podcast. You do not want to miss it each week. Step inside stories that illustrate the horror weirdness and truth behind humanity's train codes of conduct. Why do black cats represent witchcraft. What's the point of carrying a rabbit's foot around with you. And how come. Certain films seem cursed and others don't each new episode of superstitions presents. A story that unlocks the mysteries of unorthodox traditions and surreal phenomena. They may seem cryptic or illogical or completely insane. But then again do they follow the spotify original from podcast superstitions. Freon spotify or wherever you get your podcast now. Back to the story. On january twelfth nineteen seventy one a group of seven including priests nuns and former clergy stood accused of conspiracy to damage federal buildings and kidnap. Henry kissinger the religious activists. Far left politics shocked the nation but so far is the harrisburg seven were concerned. Their values were a natural consequence of their faith. Author william o'rourke dubbed them. A part of the new catholic left a religious sub community that saw antiwar activism as a key tenet of catholic theology. Which was why in nineteen sixty seven. Father philip baragan led an anti vietnam war protest. He and three other activists who were collectively known as the baltimore. Four broke into a draft board building and dumped blood on the service records to destroy them and demonstrate. The many lives lost to the war. While waiting to be arrested they passed out. Bibles and prayed. It was a nonviolent protest. Though the destruction of records led to jail time a year later. Philip baragan his brother daniel and a group of other clergy members and antiwar activists destroyed more draft records. This time by them from a draft board office and burning them outside the building using napalm for this demonstration the canes ville nine as they were dubbed were arrested tried and sentenced to time in prison baragan received three and a half years but his incarceration didn't discourage other activists in fact his actions were part of a growing secular and religious movement against the vietnam war. Barrigan stayed in contact with his fellow. Protesters he even fell in love with the non and demonstrator elizabeth mcalister. He wrote mcallister a series of love letters from prison. They included ideas for protests demonstrations and acts of civil disobedience and they referenced. A plot to kidnap henry kissinger enact that baragan had mcallister discussed but never acted upon. Unfortunately their correspondences weren't as private as baragan assumed. He relied on a fellow inmate. A supposed- antiwar war. Protester named boy douglas to smuggle the notes out of prison and to their recipient but douglas wasn't an activist. He was an fbi informant and he delivered each message full of speculations and outlandish. Plots to his handlers. They used the exchanges to compile a case against baragan. Mcallister and five other collaborators. Which is how in january nineteen seventy-one. The harrisburg seven were indicted on conspiracy charges. According to protesters the seven hadn't only conspired to kidnap kissinger. They also plan to blow up parts of federal buildings..
‘Violent fugitive’ shot by police at Cleveland’s Steelyard Commons parking lot
"Fugitive who had been tracked from New Mexico was shot and wounded by members of a law enforcement task force in the parking lot of a busy Cleveland Wal Mart. The shooting occurred around noon Friday. A Cleveland police spokesperson says 31 year old Duwayne Taylor of Harrisburg is hospitalized with non life threatening injuries. Cleveland police chief Calvin Williams told reporters Friday afternoon. The man pulled a weapon in the parking lot and shots were fired. US. Marshal Peter Elliott says Taylor was wanted in Pennsylvania and had earlier pulled a weapon on law enforcement officers in New Mexico.
Interview With Michael Spedden of "Fowl Players Radio"
"Welcome to many podcasts. The podcast about podcasts. Now podcasting from the sherpa chalet on matt podcast era. He's your host jim. The podcast shah rebels in too. Many podcasts the podcast about podcasts. And so much more. You know who you're listening to right. Seen five me. Jim the podcast sherpa bringing you another wonderful interview. And i think you're really gonna like my guest today. Who's out guest today. show pa. He was a lot of fun to talk to. His name is michael sped. And many times that i get his name wrong in the interview. He told me what the name is that he uses for his podcast. And that is the name. Obviously us and i misheard him and hello sherpa. These name was right on the little zoom screen. I could've just read it right there but we were just talking and having so fun. I wasn't paying attention to the name on the little corner. Zoom screen play. It happens but michael is such a great guy. We're actually close in age. And he said it was fun talking to someone who was close in age because he was making references that i understood and to return the favor i actually appeared on his podcast called foul players radio. And you got to check that out. That's a lotta fun on that. Show mike a great guy had a super time on his show. And i think he had some fun over here to didn't even have to make him pay to come on it or anything like that. He did it absolutely free. Free didn't charge them a dime. If you want to listen to michael's free interview on this show how to listen. Hello rebels i send something foul. No it's mike stagnant from foul players. Radio is my guest. He's a musician. A podcast an actor and we're gonna be talking about his career so we can get to know him so you guys might want to check out his podcast you mike. Welcome to the sheriff. La it's great to be here with you tonight. greeting from maryland. All the way up to long island great to talk income. I appreciate you having me having pleasure to have you here sir. I always like to start off by asking. I guess to tell a little bit about themselves. So if you can k- Right now i'm the host of foul players radio. That's f o w l like the bird It's named after my murder. Mystery company called the foul players of perryville. Perryville is where. I live in maryland. Were about fifty miles northeast of baltimore. The reason why we make that ton or whatever you would say it would be for. Foul is because The town i live in is right on the susquehanna river which is known for its multiple species of waterfowl people. They have actual waterfowl museums ear to talk about that stuff so we figured it'd be a nice play on words for foul play my head. The murder mystery company for a couple of years. Now we perform on boats and on trains office parties and vineyards and whoever have us. I also am a musician. I right now have an acoustic duo. That i've had for about fifteen years and we're kind of comedy act sort of similar to the smothers brothers. It's two of us. We play acoustic guitars and the humor isn't as much when with the banter between us as it is with the humor's actually in songs so that's called. The uncle moldy show. And we perform a in the maryland area a wide knob sometimes in pennsylvania to most recently. You may know me as the viking. And the jim what worth commercials while riding around on the bus. I was the big viking. That came out of the back You've also seen me this year on kimmy versus the reverend if you haven't seen that movie it's based on the unbreakable kimmy schmidt and it's there's a scene where kimmy and tight us. The two main characters are way out in the country and they come into a bar. There's a leonard skinner ban. they're playing. And i'm the bartender in there. I won't give away the movie. But it's an interactive movie but no matter what choices you make in the movie. You always get to see me. So that's the good part about it. You know it's it's not like that movie revolved around me or anything like that We have been nominated nominated for a couple of emmys I believe it was for best special perhaps and then Titus burgess has been nominated for an emmy for male performance. I believe as well. I'm excited about that. I'm also appeared on gotham. I wish unseasoned. Five episode eight played one of the penguins henchman named dale. I was shot to death in the third scene. I was in. And i've also done a number of discovery. Id shows and some mom commercials down here in maryland. When i was starting out and everything. I'm also years ago. I was in the hair bands of the eighties. I had a big hairband back. In those days. I had a band that was kind of more like the call to little bit. After that when the hairband started going out we were called orange seed parade we played. Cbgb's in new york a number of times. And you know open for a couple of national acts over the years. So yes so. That's me in a nutshell so we can get a little more specific if you like Depending well you know the first thing that you said that caught my ear was the susquehanna river and i was thinking of that old. Avidan castillo routine about the susquehanna company. All right right squad at company there may have been years ago but the majority of there's only a couple of miles of the susquehanna bets in maryland and it actually goes all the way up to near upstate new york so there could be something on the way you know that river goes through lancaster and harrisburg and it goes quite a ways up. I believe almost up to upstate. New york if it doesn't start up there somewhere along the line. I'm sure there was and with your murder mystery troop you. You're an actor in the troupe. Right yes i am. Yeah okay so basically your book like for parties and stuff like that and there's someone who's been killed in they have to figure out if it's you or one of your co stars did it. Yeah yeah exactly. Exactly exac- i'm normally the detective and the host i'm normally the host and the narrator at the beginning and i have a row i have roster i would save about fifteen or twenty really good actors from this area here and we we kind of rotate. We were on trains. One of our biggest clients is the western maryland. Scenic railroad all. the way out and cumberland. That's all the way out. The panhandle of maryland out west year west virginia. But we also do the pride of or not the pride of the susquehanna we do. The black eyed susan riverboat. We do Slate form brewery. We do some microbreweries. Mount felix winery a lot of the tasting rooms where they have events and trains and boats and office parties corporate events. Whoever will have us
Pennsylvania limiting alcohol sales on Thanksgiving eve
"Bars and restaurants in Pennsylvania alcohol sales are being cut off at five o'clock. Thanksgiving Eve tomorrow. Ow! Steam him in is is with us Hang. He's got the details. Tim, What are business owners? Tell me about this. William? Yeah, something I think that's obvious to all of us. They're not happy about limiting alcohol sales on a night that could have helped ease the financial burden. Just another punch to the gut, says Matthew Rossi, owner of Nick's Roast beef, who spoke to NBC 10 at this point We feel like we're just being targeted. What is to say that in retail setting Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year. Nobody's doing anything to stop Black Friday, shopping from happening in the Pennsylvania license, Beverage and Tavern Association also sent out a statement saying. Yes, they understand. Sacrifices are needed during the pandemic, but they're clamoring for more help from Harrisburg In Washington, Governor, Wolf says he understands that this frustration is there and it's been going on, of course for months now, but They want to limit opportunities for crowds of people to gather and for covert to potentially spread. Even more. Officials say. Covert deaths have doubled in the last week in Pennsylvania cases or seven times higher than even a couple months ago, and ICU beds could possibly run out in December. And these measures in are in place
Federal judge dismisses Trump campaign Pennsylvania lawsuit
"A federal judge in Pennsylvania is thrown out a lawsuit from the Trump campaign seeking to block state officials from certifying the state's election results. It showed Democrat Joe Biden want Emily Property is with member station W I T F. She reports on the order issued last night dismissing the case. Trump's campaign claimed it was disadvantaged because Philadelphia and six majority Democratic counties let voters correct technical problems with mail in ballots and Republican majority counties did not. U. S. District Judge Matthew Brand noted in his order that the campaign sued Democratic Secretary of State Kathy Book far and heavily Democratic counties, but did not suit GOP dominant jurisdictions where ballots were allegedly thrown out without giving voters a chance to correct similar problems. Ran wrote The campaign's legal arguments were without merit and its accusations were speculative and on supported by evidence. For NPR News. I'm Emily property in Harrisburg president's legal team says it will appeal the decision. More Republicans so urging President Trump to drop his challenges. Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey issued a statement last night, saying President Trump should accept the outcome of the election in North Dakota, Senator Kevin Cramer told NBC this morning. It's past time to start a
Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Officials Confirm First COVID-19 Positive Cat In State
"Are investigating Pennsylvania's first case of feline Corona virus. Okay, what I will lose Paul Kurtz reports the cat lived in a home outside Harrisburg. And had been in and hole in a home in which people had contracted covert. 19. The 16 year old Cat was diagnosed with Corona virus in early October. After developing mild respiratory symptoms. The animal quickly went downhill, according to state Agriculture Department spokeswoman Shannon Powers. Unfortunately, the cat had to be euthanized. It was in a restaurant distress. And we don't know for certain whether code was the primary cause of death. Investigators are fairly certain as to how it became infected. The cat was in a household with several people who had previously been diagnosed with coven 19, so there was prolonged exposure, Powers says. This case is similar to a handful of other cases across the country in which household pets were infected with Cove. It all had to be put down. I'm Paul
Pennsylvania second lady films woman calling her a racial slur at the grocery store
"Took to social media on Sunday to post a video of her being verbally accosted by a woman at a grocery store in Harrisburg. In the post on Twitter, Federman says she was verbally assaulted by the woman who appears in a posted video uttering racial slurs. Letterman as she was told by the unidentified woman that she quote did not belong here. Fetterman ends her post by saying that sort of behavior and hatred is taught and implores neighbors and relatives of the woman to instead teach love. Pittsburgh Catholic
COVID-19: Biden campaign calls out Trump for putting lives at risk with campaign stop in Pennsylvania
"The Corona virus pandemic is being condemned again by his Democratic challenger. In a statement, Joe Biden's campaign criticizes the president's plan stop in Harrisburg, saying families across Pennsylvania deserve a president that will put their health and economic well being above his own political gain. America's listening
Biden condemns Trump campaign schedule amid pandemic
"The president's public schedule during the Corona virus pandemic is being condemned again by his Democratic challenger. In a statement, Joe Biden's campaign criticizes the president's plan stop in Harrisburg, saying families across Pennsylvania deserve a president that will put their health and economic well being above his own political
"harrisburg" Discussed on Esports Minute
"By E Sports Network Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has exactly one varsity team on campus and I'll bet you can guess what they competed and it's quite the team they are Harrisburg diversity or the back to back champions and test was Collegiate OverWatch National Championship. That's got to be the most prestigious College OverWatch competition out there in the finals the team swept Maryville University who we covered on a previous programmed light but Harrisburg is more than just a great OverWatch team. They've bought into Esports all over the place this week Harrisburg is holding huge twenty twenty one of the largest college Esports invitationals in partnership with nerd Street gamer on September nineteenth and twentieth 64 teams will compete for a $20,000 prize pool in OverWatch and League of Legends right before huge 20/20 a new documentary will be debuting at Pax West Palm. Raging Storm the burgeoning world of ecology Sports follows Harrisburg you from the creation of the team to be coming to time over watch Champions After debuting impacts. The documentary will be available on Amazon Prime Apple TV as a Google Play for prospective students Harrisburg you has a ton to like first of all, they offer full rides free sports players most other Esports scholarships we talked about on the show are partial scholarships, but talk to players are on full rides to hu their coaches are also among the best in the business the OverWatch coach played for the Philadelphia fusion and Team Canada in the OverWatch World Cup before transitioning to coaching. They'll walk ins coach spend time with the golden Guardians TSM dignitas and liquid. If you're a top player in League or OverWatch, I think Harrisburg is one of the few ecology Sports programs that could truly be considered a path to the top level of Esports. That's it for this program Spotlight. I'll be back tomorrow with an interview with Jordan Sherman Genji's head of Revenue operations where he talks about genze sports scholarships and Partnerships with the University of Kentucky and Eastern, Michigan University..
CDC directs halt on renter evictions to prevent COVID-19 spread
"Pennsylvania's moratorium on evictions expired earlier this week. It resulted in all kinds of political back and forth in Harrisburg, with any renter's facing eviction left in the lurch, but Evictions are once again on hold not only in Pennsylvania but also across the country as this time the order comes from the Trump administration. Now our suburban bureau chief Jim Millward reports the order to halt evictions through the end of the year comes through the CDC on the heels of a similar ban on all foreclosures of any federally backed mortgages. The CDC says evictions could force people into situations that could cause significant spread of the Corona virus. So anyone who meets a serious of criteria like making less than $99,000 this calendar year and unable to make rent because of a loss of income. And sign an affidavit to give to their landlord. The federal evictions. Halt does not offer any money landlords and does not forgive and he past due rent or fees. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe has been calling on the state Legislature to increase Pennsylvania's offered landlords. That plan offers $750 a month of landlords pledge not to evict. But Wolf says there hasn't been much buying because it's too low. Last week, Wolf told lawmakers he was blocked by law from extending Pennsylvania's panel and evictions. He blames Republicans for inaction. They blame him for playing politics with people's lives
Philadelphia eviction moratorium set to expire as thousands face housing crisis
"Since the pandemic started, started, renters renters in in Pierre Pierre gonna gonna have have to to pay pay up up a a moratorium moratorium on on evictions evictions has has expired. expired. W's W's Anakin's Anakin's joining joining us us Live Live this this morning morning with with more more on on this. this. Good morning, Len. Good morning, Carol people all over Pennsylvania, waking up today wondering what's gonna happen next. The moratorium on evictions has expired. Brent is due and they're still without jobs because of the pandemic. Gail Campbell of West Philadelphia says she's missed rent payments and she's worried and she knows there's a lot of people on the very same spot sleepless lights. They were nightmares out, which I I deal with now. They will wake up and picked a already industry. Now Governor. Wolf says he might take action by executive order buddies urging state lawmakers to take up the issue. He wants them to set aside $100 million to prevent evictions and then another $100 million to stop utility shut offs. But that's not likely to happen until next week at the earliest because of legislative rules and how things work in Harrisburg. And now that the moratorium has ended, residents who have already lost eviction hearings in court could be locked out of their homes as early as next Tuesday. So action can't come quickly enough for for them, them, Carol. Carol. All All right, right,
C.D.C. Suggests Some Child-Care Centers Can Reopen Safely
"Are doing all they can to help his many childcare centers keep the doors open. That's Ravinia Department of Human Services Secretary Theresa Miller says they worked with Penn State Harrisburg. Look at the effects. The Corona virus has had on childcare centers and to help recommend how to distribute the third round of cares Act funding childcare. Both the industry and its work force has long been under appreciated for its foundational rule. And the development of Children and has a critical piece of our economies infrastructure. The state's already directed more than $100 Million of Cares Act funding the childcare centers, But the study says it could take twice that. Miller says pre pandemic there around 7000 childcare centers in Pennsylvania as of late July, more than 200 of those providers have indicated an intention. Permanently closed their doors. And she says another 1000 could close if they don't get help, not only with what they lost while they were forced to close but also with limited enrolment and higher protective equipment and cleaning costs. At the suburban
Newt Gingrich and the Start of an Era
"This feels like an episode out of like not just a recent. It's not the recent past. Past the distant past I mean newt is still with us, but this is a very different time for newt, and I think that for many people he started to really appear on People's radars outside of Georgia in the early ninety s with a contract for America, but your book predates that so the book starts in the Nineteen Eighties when you Gingrich. Is this young? Young Congressman who comes from Georgia. He's elected in Nineteen, seventy eight, and any comes to Washington ready to just tear everything down to shake things up to do whatever necessary to help. Republicans become a majority in the House of Representatives which they had not been since nineteen fifty four, and he's intent on a not listening to senior members of the Party and to really. Really taking on the Democrats in ways that they had not been comfortable with, and so he makes a name for himself very quickly, even though he's not part of the leadership in the early eighties. Okay, so you're a history. Professor Newt Gingrich Thought of himself as a history professor and was a history professor, but what exactly did he teach? How did his academic career? Career fit in with his political career well, he received his PhD until Lane. After attending undergraduate school in Emory and Gingrich wrote his dissertation on Belgian colonialism, and he wrote about how and why colonial government had failed to modernize local education and nurture an elite that was capable of sustaining economic growth, and what was remarkable about the dissertation in retrospect, which is what he spent. Spent his academic time on was that he was critical of the design of Belgian policies, rather than on the merits of colonialism, which were much less interest to him, but but that wasn't really his his main focus. I mean as soon as he gets to West Georgia College. That's his first job as a professor. He's deeply uninterested in the academic life I think in. In his first year as a professor, he applies to be the president of the university. He then wants to be share the department and he's impatient with the slowness of academia He quickly gains a thirst for the life of politics, and that's really what engages him, and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy four. He decides to run against the incumbent in his district. District John Flint who's an old southern Democrat. What are nudes politics like growing up? Because he conservative early on, and did his conservative ideology remained consistent throughout his life. Yeah, he comes from a working class family. The family's originally from Harrisburg. His father left his mother while she was pregnant with him, so he didn't have much of a relationship with him. He is raised. primarily by his stepfather, who's in the military, so Gingrich spends a lot of his youth travelling around. He's what we call an Army Brat, and lives in different places in Europe before the family finally settles in Georgia, which is the final stop? He's a Rockefeller Republican during the nineteen sixties. He he is conservative, but he is interested in Republicans like Nelson Rockefeller and then Richard Nixon who had ambitions of building a big Republican coalition as FDR had done for Democrats in the Nineteen Thirties. He doesn't really make a hard right. Right, turn until about nineteen seventy five I'm what prompts that well. He ran for the first time unsuccessfully in nineteen, seventy, four against flint. Then he's getting ready to run against Flint again in nineteen seventy six, and he meets some people associated with the conservative movement like Paul Way Rick. Who's running these camps for up and coming Republicans and he like many young Republicans starts to become enamored with what's this conservative movement that's bubbling up in America and talking about the need to dismantle government to be much more aggressive on national. National Security and this is when he starts to shift to what will eventually be the Reagan Revolution? Would you say that his guiding principles were firmly aligned with Reagan conservatism, or were there differences there? There were differences. Gingrich for example is much more concerned about environmental issues even in the early nineteen eighties than a lot of Reagan Nights, are he? He actually takes those kinds of policies much more seriously, but generally he lines up by the time he's in the house. He believes in tax cuts. He believes in deregulation. Deregulation, he believes importantly in a very muscular approach to fighting the Soviet Union and to fighting allies in places like Central America so though there are differences between him, and and some of the hard core inner circle of the Reagan administration. Generally they line up pretty well
The Supreme Court has turned away pleas from anti-abortion activists to make it easier for them to protest outside clinics
"This is a pre courts declined to hear an appeal from anti abortion activists we would hope to be able to bring their protests closer to abortion clinics there were two cases brought to the nation's highest court where activists from Chicago in Harrisburg Pennsylvania we're hoping to get local rules lifted on buffer zones to protect clients which prevent protesters from demonstrating too close to health facilities without further comment the justices said they wouldn't hear the cases this follows Monday's ruling against a Louisiana law that required hospital admitting privileges for abortion providers but the justices have ordered lower courts to revisit fetal ultrasound and parental notification cases in Indiana previously blocked by lower courts but now the Supreme Court's defined how to determine if a restriction is permissible or creates an unconstitutional obstacle for women Jackie Quinn Washington
Why the racism in facial recognition software probably cant be fixed
"Been proven that facial recognition software isn't good at accurately identifying people of Color. We also know that police departments around the country use facial recognition tools to identify suspects and make arrests, and now we know about what is possibly the first confirmed wrongful arrest made as a result of mistaken identification by software. The New York Times reported last week. That Robert Williams a black man was wrongfully arrested in Detroit in January. Joy Berlin. We has been researching this topic for years as a computer scientist based at the MIT. Media Lab and Head of the nonprofit Algorithm ICK Justice League. She says like racism. Algorithm make bias is systemic. This is not a case of one bad algorithm. What we're seeing is a reflection of systemic racism in automated tools like artificial intelligence right now where gambling with people's faces. Faces and homework gambling with people's faces were gambling with democracy I mean it does seem like awareness and policy around facial recognition are starting to catch up if slowly, but what more needs to happen, is that the role of companies alone to not offer the software, or is it the role of governments to stop police departments from using this technology? We can't leave it to. To companies to self regulate while we have three that have come out to that back from facial recognition technology still have major players who supplies h recognition technology to a law enforcement. We absolutely need lawmakers, so we don't have to accept this narrative. That technology is already out there. There's nothing we can do. We have a voice. We have a choice what we are pushing. Pushing for with the Algorithm Justice League is a federal law that bans face surveillance across the nation, so I am encouraged by the latest bill I've seen a from Congress so I would highly encourage support of that bill so that at least across the country there are some base level protections. You wrote this post. The ended with the line. Racial Justice Requires Algorithm Justice. Given that humans right the algorithms, this is sort of the the constant question. How can that be accomplished algorithm justice? I mean sure so when we're talking about our MC justice, it's really this question about having a choice having a voice and having accountability, and so what we're seeing with this wild wild west approach to deploying facial recognition technology for surveillance is the lack of choice. Lack of consent, and so when we're thinking about Algorithm, make justice it is this question about who has power and who has a voice in. It needs to be the voice of the people when we're talking about racial justice, the reason racial justice requires Algorithms Mc. Justice is increasingly we have. Tools that are being used to determine who gets hired who gets fired who get stopped or arrested by the police, what kind of medical treatment you might receive where your children can go to school, and so and so much as a I is increasingly governing and serving as the gatekeeper to economic opportunities educational opportunities. We can't get to a racial justice without thinking about Algorithm mic justice. Technology companies are so sure that there must be a way to make the technology work and make it work largely for good. and I wonder if you think the events of the past month have really changed whether they keep working on this technology or whether they might actually start to see the the real limitations that you have seen I along. Companies respond to the pressure of the people, and I want to emphasize that the announcement for IBM to stop selling facial recognition technology for Amazon to do a one year moratorium an for Microsoft to not sell to law enforcement came after the cold blooded murder of George Floyd protest in the streets, years of employees activism. We have a responsibility to think about. How do we create equitable and accountable systems, and sometimes what that means is you don't create the tool. Joy Bologna as a computer scientists at the MIT media lab, but speaking of tools we should not create researchers at Harrisburg University last week said they've created facial recognition software that can actually predict crime. We already know what could go wrong.
"harrisburg" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Staying in Harrisburg were the state Senate passed a pair of controversial bills to address re opening the government and one bill is now on its way to a veto from governor Tom wolf our Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo tells us why one bill passed the state house Tuesday and the Senate a day later he would have had the governor create a process to reopen businesses based on CDC and other federal guidance but a spokeswoman for governor wolf says he plans to veto the bill saying re opening businesses too soon would only prolong economic strife the Senate meanwhile passed another bill that would give counties essay and re opening businesses Republican Jake Corman the Senate Majority Leader says some rural counties have had minimal impact from the virus they have very few of the nineteen cases and therefore they could take a different approach Philadelphia Democrat Larry Fran aise he countered that the state won't let counties make their own decisions on gun control three days after we leave to go down to those local officials who know the situation better than any and we're told no that's not the way to deal with that bill now goes to the house for consideration in Harrisburg Tony Romeo KYW newsradio from Harrisburg to Philadelphia where officials here added measures to try and help residents through the coronavirus lockdown indicating that they think it could last a little while longer our city hall bureau chief at globe explains the measures include reserving two more hotels one for quarantine N. one for isolation officials say the city is rented out to hotels with a total of two hundred fifty rooms to back up the center city Holiday Inn where some forty homeless people in a few first responders are recovering from the virus managing director Brian Abernathy said the new space would be primarily for first responders including doctors and nurses who don't want to bring the virus home we want to protect their families as well these are men and women who put their lives on the line for us every day officials also announced new meal sites for older adults and places where care givers for very young print can get diapers and other supplies health commissioner Tom Farley reported three hundred eleven new cases today which would be a record week day low for the month but he says few results are coming back from the lab so we could be artificially low he says hospital cases are up indicating the city likely has not hit the peak of the outbreak yet and he emphasized the risk of lifting stay at home measures too early if we had stayed open just a couple more weeks we might be like New York City have ten times the number of people who died and if we are required to re open to so you might see a surge just like that again Dr Farley announced there were sixteen.
"harrisburg" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Tony Romeo in Harrisburg one main wild wouldn't be someone at the commission hi David and this is a day off for the impeachment trial of president from they'll get back at it more of the sports the Sixers stone the Lakers with an easy win ten feet temple in the Big Five right now mostly cloudy here broadcast center thirty seven degrees going to forty seven later on good morning I'm John off to coach in our top story at nine OO one the Pennsylvania house has approved a package of bills to crack down on human trafficking Hey why W. Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo reports victim advocates say people find it difficult to believe that human trafficking is happening everywhere not just in big cities Republican Brian Cutler the state house Majority Leader says his southern Lancaster County district is known for its rich world history but he says route thirty also runs through that district and the route thirty corridor is one of the areas and it's a huge target for law enforcement trying to crack down on this horrible scored on society among the bills approved by the state house this past week those that aim to increase penalties or expand the definition of crimes related to human trafficking the crimes of human trafficking and patronizing a victim of sexual servitude would be increased to a first degree felony by one bill that's already passed the Senate and is now headed to the governor's desk other bills in the package go to the state Senate for consideration in Harrisburg Tony Romeo okay why W. news radio could be a record grand the show tonight for what's happening all states we'll get to that little later but right now whether on the Jews for traffic Malcolm Poindexter the third thank you so much down we have a new accident into the traffic center it's on eastern.
"harrisburg" Discussed on WWL
"Those from Harrisburg Pennsylvania to do a debt free screen Hey guys how are yeah hi yeah welcome welcome so congratulations you did it and you actually got through on the phone line yes third time trying to understand there's an adventure you've been through just to get on the air and water yes glad you persisted so this is a long time coming out how much debt did you guys pay off we paid off I. eighty seven thousand dollars cool and how long did that take you about twenty four months all right and your range of income during that time we start about eighty four thousand and then this year were we ended up the more this year that just on a weekend at one twenty six we all do for a living so I work for a school district as a behavior analysts and I work for a major shipping industries and companies okay very cool what kind of that was in the eighty seven thousand so we had an adjuster on thirty seven thousand in student loans we had a loan with Brian's parents because they had to help us out at one point and then the rest was car loans and credit cards okay how much of it was cars sixteen thousand she kind of normal yeah a little bit of every kind of debt all right so how how long you been married just over six years we just hit six years in December yeah so what happened twenty four months ago win or plus or minus when you decide to get out of that what was that was a story that got you started well we had talked about paying off that and because those put a lot of stress on us and everything and we were trying to kind of do our own thing and trying to like out smart it but never actually working a plan and then about twenty four months ago my wife has under podcast and showed it to me I was so listening to it and based on common sense and everything that you it said just made perfect sense and so listing more more and just started working place another time just not just star knocking off the little death like crazy now so in that case I gave me hope yeah I know yeah enough to go to work and take on the extra hours yeah yeah wow way to go man congradulations very proud of you guys a phenomenal job so how's it feel to be debt free it feels amazing like just the weight off your shoulders like when you're in debt and you're taking on new that you keep thinking like what we can do that minimum payment we can make the minimum payment but when it all adds up it is just so much on your mind and then when something happens out of the norm and you have that emergency and you don't have the funds to cover it it's just so stressful so now like you know just even things as simple as taking our dog to the vet and figuring out that they need you know a four hundred dollar medication a we can actually budget and pay for that and not Georgia it just feels amazing okay yeah I does it give you just that sense a room that since our margin in your life there's a piece of that in there sure yeah I'm so proud of ya well done who were your biggest cheerleaders our families but also each other yes definitely we have different personalities when it comes to money like Brian's amount third and I'm definitely a Spender so there were some conversation the times where he kind of had to write me a little bit but it only brought us closer in our marriage so what do you tell people the key to getting out of debt is you did it you paid off eighty seven thousand freaking dollars so one thing that I always if I people say they're struggling I always tell them is like you have to have a why and I always believe Asia three wives because there's three things that like you said they can do with money and maybe step to I think the main focus was like you know saving such getting out that like securing giving ourselves that solid foundation which we knew later on then would allow us to give and enjoy and all that and it kind of just as a transitional thing but we always said there's three wise and every time we do a budget meeting my while I was sitting next to me my wife hi my family and you know that always has made me it didn't matter how many hours or training at that if I got tired I thought about that and I was fine absolutely absolutely that's cool man that's very good that's a good it's a good way of looking at a good way breaking this down good job very very cool very cool so what's the next thing you're off to what you're going to now well right now are we just finished building our fully funded emergency fund so now we're setting something inbound aside for a vacation and we're gonna be saving for a car at some point we don't need one yeah but we just wanna make sure prepared when that time comes so no more death no more to allow that you're broke the chain forever yeah are you to our both thirty two old we'd thirty two in December one day older than her man okay very cool well done you guys very well done we had a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you every day millionaires that is the next chapter in your story where you're going you are on your way baby you did from Brian an amber Harrisburg Pennsylvania eighty seven thousand dollars but all open twenty four months make an eighty four to one twenty six counted down let's hear a debt free screen well.
"harrisburg" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"This from Harrisburg Pennsylvania to do a debt free screen Hey guys how are yeah hi yeah welcome welcome so congratulations you did it and you actually got through on the phone line yes third time trying to understand there's an adventure you've been through just to get on the air and water yes glad you persisted so this is a long time coming out how much debt did you guys pay off we paid off by eighty seven thousand dollars cool and how long did that take you about twenty four months all right and your range of income during that time we start about eighty four thousand and then this year were we ended up the ball this year that just ended we end at one twenty six we all do for a living so I work for a school district as a behavior analysts and I work for a major shipping industries and companies okay very cool what kind of that was in the eighty seven thousand so we had a just around thirty seven thousand in student loans we had a loan with Brian's parents because they had to help us out at one point and then the rest was car loans and credit cards okay how much of it was cars sixteen thousand she kind of normal yeah a little bit of every kind of death yeah all right so how how long you been married just over six years we just hit six years in December yeah so what happened twenty four months ago win or plus or minus when you decide to get out of that what was that was a story that got you started well we had talked about paying off that and because those are a lot of stress on us and everything and we were trying to kind of do our own thing and trying to look out smart it but never actually working a plan and then about twenty four months ago my wife has under podcast and showed it to me I was so listening to it and based on common sense and everything that you it's just made perfect sense and so listening more more and just started working craze another time just not just start knocking off the little death like crazy now so in that case I gave you a hope yeah I know yeah enough to go to work and hang on the extra hours yeah yeah wow way to go man congratulations very proud of you guys a phenomenal job so how does it feel to be debt free it feels amazing like just the weight off your shoulders like when you're in debt and you're taking on new that you keep thinking like what we can do that minimum payment we can make the minimum payment but when it all adds up it isn't so much on your mind and then when something happens out of the norm and you have that emergency and you don't have the funds to cover it it's just so stressful so now like you know just even things as simple as taking our dog to the vet and figuring out that they need you know a four hundred dollar medication a we can actually budget and pay for that and not Georgia it just feels amazing okay yeah I does it give you just that sense a room that's such a margin in your life there's a P. after that at the sure yeah I'm so proud of you all well done who were your biggest cheerleaders our families but also each other yes definitely we have different personalities when it comes to money like Brian's about third and I'm definitely a Spender so there are some hard conversations at times where he kinda how to write me a little bit but it only brought us closer in our marriage so what do you tell people the key to getting out of that if you did it you paid off eighty seven thousand freaking dollars so one thing that I always if I people say they're struggling I was tell them is like you have to have a wire and I always believe a chef three wives because there's three things that like you said they can do with money and baby steps to I think the main focus was like you know saving slash getting out that like securing giving ourselves that solid foundation which we knew later on then would allow us to give and enjoy and all that and it kind of just as a transitional thing but we always said there's three wise and every time we do a budget meeting my while I was sitting next to me my wife hi my family and you know that always has made me it didn't matter how many hours at work I have that if I got tired of thought about that and I was fine absolutely absolutely that's cool man that's very good that's a good it's a good way of looking at a good way breaking this down good job very very cool very cool so what's the next thing you're off to what he can do now well right now are we just finished building our fully funded emergency fund so now we're setting something inbound aside for a vacation and we're gonna be saving for a car at some point we don't need one yeah but we just wanna make sure prepared when that time comes so no more death no more than I love it you're broke the chain forever yeah are you to our both thirty two thirty two in December one day older than her man okay very cool well done you guys very well done we had a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you every day millionaires that is the next chapter in your story where you're going you are on your way baby you did from Brian an amber Harrisburg Pennsylvania eighty seven thousand dollars but all open twenty four months make an eighty four to one twenty six counted down let's hear a debt free screen nine.
"harrisburg" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Those from Harrisburg Pennsylvania to do a debt free screen Hey guys how are yeah hi yeah welcome welcome so congratulations you did it and you actually got through on the phone line yes third time trying to understand there's an adventure you've been through just to get on the air and water yes glad you persisted so this is a long time coming out how much debt did you guys pay off we pay it off eighty seven thousand dollars cool and how long did that take you about twenty four months all right and your range of income during that time we start about eighty four thousand and then this year were we ended up the ball this year that just on a we have that one twenty six we all do for a living so I work for a school district as a behavior analysts and I work for a major shipping distribution company okay very cool what kind of that was in the eighty seven thousand so we had an adjuster on thirty seven thousand in student loans we had a loan with Brian's parents because they had to help us out at one point and then the rest was car loans and credit cards how much of it was cars sixteen thousand she's kind of normal yeah a little bit of every kind of debt all right so how how long you been married just over six years we just hit six years in December yeah so what happened twenty four months ago win or plus or minus when you decide to get out of that what was there was a story that got you started well we had talked about paying off that and because those are a lot of stress on us and everything and we were trying to kind of do our own thing in trying to like out smart it but never actually working a plan and then about twenty four months ago my wife has under podcast and showed it to me I was so listening to it and based on common sense and everything that you it's just made perfect sense and so listening more more and just started working craze another time just not just start knocking off the little death like crazy now so in that case I gave me hope yeah I know yeah enough to go to work and hang on the extra hours yeah yeah wow way to go man congradulations very proud of you guys a phenomenal job so how's it feel to be debt free if you run mazing like just the weight off your shoulders like when you're in debt and you're taking on new that you keep thinking like what we can do that minimum payment we can make the minimum payment but when it all adds up it isn't so much on your mind and then when something happens out of the norm and you have that emergency and you don't have the funds to cover it it's just so stressful so now like you know just even things as simple as taking our dog to the vet and figuring out that they need you know a four hundred dollar medication a we can actually budget and pay for that and not Georgia it just feels amazing okay yeah I does it give you just that since a room that since our margin in your life there's a piece of that in there sure yeah I'm so proud of you all well done who were your biggest cheerleaders our families but also each other actually we have different personalities when it comes to money like Brian's amount third and I'm definitely a Spender so there are some hard conversations at times where he kind of had to write me a little bit but it only brought us closer in our marriage so what do you tell people the key to getting out of that if you did it you paid off eighty seven thousand freaking dollars so one thing that I always if I people say they're struggling I was tell them is like you have to have a wire and I always believe Asia three wives because there's three things that like you said they can do with money and maybe set to I think the main focus was like you know saving slash getting out that like securing giving ourselves that solid foundation which we knew later on then would allow us to give and enjoy and all that and it kind of just as a transitional thing but we always had there's three lies and every time we do a budget meeting my while I was sitting next to me my wife hi my family and no that always has made me it didn't matter how many hours at work I have that if I got tired of thought about that and I was fine absolutely absolutely that's cool man that's very good that's a good it's a good way of looking at a good way breaking this down good job very very cool very cool so what's the next thing you're off to what he can do now well right now are we just finished building our fully funded emergency fund so now we're setting something in on the side for a vacation and we're gonna be saving for a car at some point we don't need one yeah but we just wanna make sure prepared when that time comes so no more death no more than a lover you're broke the chain forever yeah are you to our both thirty two with thirty two in December one day older than her man okay very cool well done you guys very well done we had a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you every day millionaires that is the next chapter in your story where you're going you are on your way baby you did from Brian an amber Harrisburg Pennsylvania eighty seven thousand dollars but all open twenty four months make an eighty four to one twenty six counted down let's hear a debt free screen well.
"harrisburg" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Harrisburg Pennsylvania last night one of the men has been identified as mark Croce of orchard park I know our sister station W. B. E. N. as well as other news organizations are in the process of trying to confirm if it is the mark Roache who owns buffalo chop house and had we have monde every year in December with the giveaways for buffalo chop house the deals there is no confirmation at this point however now it is your okay well it's the name matches up the middle initial matches up in the other gentleman who was killed in the helicopter crash is someone who is friends with mark Roach in the two have been known to fly a helicopter together apparently they were returning from a trip to Washington DC again the helicopter crash last night outside of Harrisburg Pennsylvania central Pennsylvania and one of the the dead in the crash has been identified as mark de Croce of orchard park so it appears that is the same gentleman who owns buffalo chop house among other properties in downtown buffalo I will keep you posted for the latest are keep up updated on the latest on that when there is if there is when there is official confirmation of that story in the meantime we proceed on eight oh three oh five fifty to join us eight eight eight five fifty two five fifty we open up talking about the Sabres and decided to talk about football and something that's more entertaining the talking about the Sabres these days you can check your thoughts on the hockey team at eight OO three OO five fifty of the you know you've had practice at this saber fans you've been down this road before of the storyline is playing out as many saber seasons storylines have played out with just a different twist you know get off to a hot start this time and then it all falls apart as opposed to a hot stretch in November or later in the season but there at the same spot where they usually are out of a playoff spot chasing teams in the division chasing teams in the wild card having nights with a score one or two goals and looking around going there's no one in Rochester is going to save this team and waiting for the GM to make a mover moves and the mover moves at this point would would involve guys like Evan Rodrigues and Zach Prigogine which would not be a noticeable difference making trade for the Sabres so the long story short that's one of the things we're talking about when it comes to the NFL you you and you know we'll get some bill stuff too when it comes to the NFL who you root for to win the Superbowl out of the eight remaining teams and is is there what is the best story line in terms of who you're rooting for which team would make the best storyline in terms of winning the Superbowl you can let us know about that as well and could get some tweets on the Sabres people not treating it about how they're worried that Jack Eichel will ask for a trade and because he'll be tired of losing and who want to be out of here because he's got this long term contract that would just add to the misery of that ever happened so yeah you can share your thoughts on that too Alison tweeted and I'm on rewind forgive the delay the difference with being in the about our discussion with bottle difference with being in bottle is being can now say that because he has proven he's tried to fix it least making moves in that direction bottle can't say that well having done nothing yeah yeah if that's the point about being this week coming out saying he didn't do enough the last couple years to help the offense to put more players around Josh Allen in there we Jeremy brought point comparing it to Jason bottle at least you know being admitted that bottle last two times he's been scheduled on with the afternoon guys has been unable to make it I think last time was the day of the trade and he was on a league call and was not able to make his second with my progress so I don't couldn't title last time Jayson box all you know what you spoke to the press that night he spoke to the press in the in the arena that night I think between periods and Brian had him on the show but it really hasn't been much from the Sabres GM this season alright so you're up to speed eight oh three oh five fifty join us or eight eight eight five fifty two five fifty Hey make sure you get yourself some tickets to our roast we announced a second roaster this week are.
"harrisburg" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"In Harrisburg in sports the Phillies on the road to my third leading the Mets forty two the game in the top of the ninth inning right now cloudy seventy eight going down the seventy five over night with an excessive heat warning in effect for the entire K. Y. W. listening area right through tomorrow night good evening I'm Frank trainer in our top story at ten OO one all Wednesday a police officer recovering tonight after he was stabbed this morning along route three oh nine in Bucks county this happened while he was trying to help other officers make an arrest and as we hear now from KYW central Kramer he wasn't even on the clock yeah police were looking into what Bucks county district attorney Matt Weintraub calls disturbances at some stores in the area when they came across the man responsible forty five year old Steven deal Hauser hold mentally ran on to route three oh nine which as you all know is a very very busy roadway where he was encountered by corporal law head of the Richland township police department why trip says deal house are pulled out a knife the officers then drew their weapons who was at that time that officer Dan Gallagher of Lansdale police who was off duty became involved Gallagher tackle deal how's your before any shots were actually fired deal Hauser was arrested but not before he stabbed Gallagher in the shoulder why trip says Gallagher will be okay his parole action prevented potential harm to the public and frankly to the suspect himself and for that we are very very grateful officer Gallagher is a nine year veteran of the force enter Kramer K. what have you news.
"harrisburg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"So before we left for the break, we were talking about property taxes and property tax- elimination and one of the reasons why property tax elimination or substantial relief hasn't gotten done is because one of the arguments for property taxes is that it's a it's a predictable revenue source. I hear that all the time. It's it's a predictable revenue source. But the problem I have with that is what revenue source isn't predictable. I mean, we anticipate every year when we pass a budget. I've served on the appropriations committee for eight years when I was in Harrisburg and every year we pass a budget hopefully by June thirtieth. Doesn't always work out that way. And we're anticipating what revenues will come in over the next twelve months where predicting personal income tax sales tax revenue and by and large those two revenue sources are very predictable. And so I think when this this debate of property taxes an elimination comes up there's a lot of red herrings. And and I've seen a battle of the plans over the years. And what that is is well, you know, six plans maybe out there for elimination. Some raise the personal income tax. Some raising expand the personal income tax the same on the sales tax. And then we have we have candidates who hide behind. We'll I introduced a plan. But I don't like that plan, and what happens is inaction occurs in the status quo continues in perpetuates, and you're forced with families having to deal with that that that that life changing. Problem of paying for their property taxes every year. And like I said before it is something that you have a constitutional right to be secure in your home. There's lady in my district a number of years ago. She lost her home because of a three dollar late fee. She paid her tax or she paid her property taxes one day late didn't know that she was assessed a penalty, and it perpetuated to the point that she had to go to the United all the way up to the United States Supreme court to get our house back. I just think that's on American. And I think there's been enough talk for for on this issue that we need an upper down vote. Right. We need to see who's for and who's against it. Because at election time right now, you're you're you're left with feeling like, oh, everybody tells me what I wanna hear. But then they get elected, and they don't do anything, and that's because of the status quo in my opinion, the other thing that. Derails property tax legislation is that we want. We think that if we eliminate it. That means all the money will come to Harrisburg. And listen, I agree. I do not wanna see all my school districts, my son when he goes to school or your kids money, go to Harrisburg, and then have to try to get that back, but we could eliminate it in a way that actually allows the school districts to have alternative revenue sources rather than the property taxes. So these red herrings, I just think or what frustrate people and has derailed public policy that is meant to to try to fix this problem. Harrisburg. I I've seen there's by and large almost all the people that I've had the pleasure of serve with have a desire to make it better and to and to fix the problems that are are in front of the legislature. But oftentimes, those rank and file members don't get an opportunity to vote on it. And we need an upper down vote. This has gone long enough. And I think in the next legislative session the public and in the media. We really need to fight to get a vote on property tax limitation, and it's gone on long enough. We're going to go to the traffic on the fives. And get back to some of the biggest issues facing us in Harrisburg..
"harrisburg" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Down in Harrisburg, the fatal legislation sought by victims of child sex abuse up in the air, lawmakers ended their final scheduled voting day of the session in an acrimonious stalemate, but they left open the possibility of coming back to vote. If an agreement could be reached KYW Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo child sex abuse victims are demanding legislation that would essentially expand the statute of limitations retroactively. So that lawsuit can be filed Senate has been cool to the idea and late last night. After the Senate left town without action attorney general Josh Shapiro accused the Senate of knuckling under do insurance companies, and the Catholic church they stood with the powerful institutions over the people of Pennsylvania. What the top ranking state Senator Republican Joe Scarlatti says the issue is. Become politically charged. It is clear to me by statements by the attorney general and others that this is about elections now Granada contends he offered a fair compromise in which is critics had no interest in Harrisburg, Tony Romeo, KYW NewsRadio. The President Trump will meet with secretary of state Mike Pompeo today amid the spiraling spiraling crisis over the apparent murder of Washington Post columnist dramatic kashogi at a Saudi consulate the president's has stressed. He doesn't want to abandon Riyadh is. It comes under increasing pressure to explain kashogi disappearance. He hasn't been seen has kashogi since he entered the consulate in east on earlier this month, both the president and secretary of state of face criticism that the US is giving the Saudis have benefit of the doubt correspondent Angela Angelica Alvarez with the latest secretary of state Mike Pompeo returned to the US Wednesday night after his high stakes trip to Saudi Arabia and Turkey, President Trump had sent Pompeo on a fact-finding mission into the disappearance of Jamal kashogi. Where is the fault? And we will probably know that by the end of the week last week, President Trump vowed severe punishment. If the Saudis were involved in his death in recent days. Mr. Trump has repeatedly noted their denials and warned against a rush to judgment..
"harrisburg" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Even look at the list of contributions. He did get some fundraising. You left fundraising to his former teaching mentor and current campaign manager at the time. He talked a lot about Poland on his during his campaign. What he felt was wrong with Poland. You know, even had a slide show. He presented to show what life was like over there and how terrible the average lives it publishes were and how we counted us happen and that kind of stuff. You know, he's very anti-big red former friends. CBS's presentation actually won him that first election and he won't even though he ran against incumbent, he won that first lecture in now you work in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Harrisburg capital of Pennsylvania only about fifty thousand people in it. The metro area has over five hundred thousand, but still very, very small state capital. Just outside of Harrisburg sits Hershey Pennsylvania. Just outside of her. She's sits that small town of squirts. So there's Hershey squirts, and that was the lamest dad joke. I just sit in there. I just I just thought of it and I was like, don't say, don't say it. And I said, I'm going to keep editing that out. I took the kids there Hershey wants and they're a little I recommended or recommended tour of the plant. If you have a chocolate lovers in the family, the Three Mile Island nuclear incident occurred near Harrisburg nineteen seventy nine Forbes rated Harrisburg is the second place. Second best place in the US to raise a family in two thousand ten. So guess nuclear incident didn't couldn't have been that bad. Didn't contaminate things too much. On so buds. Now getting to work in there took his first political office in Harrisburg on January fifth, nineteen sixty five, and it's a five hour drive from Harrisburg to meet Ville and rather than move his family and his now pregnant wife away from her parents. You know, bud would make the drive from Harrisburg to to for me to go to Harrisburg. And then back each week, like he would live in Harrisburg during the week on the weekend, he would drive home five hours each way. Yeah. And you also want to return to meet Ville on a regular basis so he could properly kind of, you know, monitor and serve the constituents of of the district voted Dement and man, he would. He would make that weekly trek back and forth for sixteen years. Think about that commute sixteen years of doing a five hour fucks thrive Jesus. I served in the state house Representative till nineteen seventy-one, and then he served in the state Senate for a full decade raising a family making that drive my God. I thought my. Schedules rough that was on the road almost every week, five days a week for over fifteen years. So there's that. So he's away from home a lot starting to year and a half into his marriage. And then he and he was doing this before there was podcasts thing about that drive to talking about the five hour drive before podcasts. No satellite radio, no Pandora, no Spotify, no books on tape, no cellphones, man. I hope those nineteen sixties and seventies DJ's kept him entertained. I can only imagine how sick you would get a certain songs now that's not the way a high like it. Fuck AC and the sunshine band fuck him to hell. You know, cut the budget quickly shutting off his radio furious. And then after a minute of just utter boredom too slowly, raising the volume up. Again, that's the way. Uh-huh. Like that's the way I like it. Done. It don't turn turn just fucking over and over week after week. At the beginning this ongoing sixteen year cross day commute buds son, rob is born in the meat Ville area. Nine hundred sixty five three years later bud's daughter. Diane.
"harrisburg" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In harrisburg there's opposition eric epstein chairs the watchdog group three mile island alert and he argues tm i should be allowed to close it's a natural winnowing of the hurt they're not competitive there an antique there a fossil epstein concedes that at the point of generation nuclear emits no greenhouse gases but he says the industry's effort to rebrand itself as environmentally beneficial doesn't hold up if you consider nuclear green then you have to ignore a high level radioactive waste the federal government still doesn't have permanent storage for that waste and epstein says there's the environmental costs of uranium mining to consider to also there's the question of giving nuclear power plants public money that could be used for renewable energy instead abe silverman is with the power company nrg which opposes the subsidies it really is this sort of philosophical battle are we building the energy economy of the future or are we just sort of keeping with the status quo the nuclear industry thinks it has a good chance of convincing people to support its side of this debate and visconti does opinion research for the industry and says a lot fewer people oppose nuclear energy now than just after the three mile island disaster she says many are in the mushy middle which creates an opportunity renew see a whole lot of people sitting in the middle really sitters information that they receive that they didn't know before makes a huge difference which is one reason the nuclear industry is talking a lot about its environmental benefits now as it seeks subsidies to.
"harrisburg" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Said select services to most of its customers while recognizing that some were still affected promising to get the issue fully resolved quickly and apologizing to the customers who were affected molly daley kyw newsradio the state senate has passed and sent to the house legislation to create a system that would allow anonymous reporting of school threats kyw harrisburg bureau chief tony romeo has that story program dubbed the safe to say is modeled after what backers say is a similar successful system with anonymous reporting threats to schools established in colorado after the mass shooting at columbine high for summer recess in harrisburg tony rummy ways.
"harrisburg" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Government has gained a whole lot of power that they didn't have before that we wouldn't have put up with since nine eleven happened okay but it still doesn't answer the question how you could engineer all of those events you're right you're right but then i had a friend of mine tell me he says you know there are things that the government has done that if we all knew we would be shocked and it's a shame that people actually think that there are people in our own government that could do that what we're finding out now with all the investigations that are going on all the stuff they follow administration was has gotten with has gotten involved in like the fundamental transformation of america we all must have brown government that is working for their own agenda as opposed to the american people and most american people that i know what what pass and i've asked a lot of my friends this question if you found out tomorrow that the government did know of at least intimately involved in it what a shock you and most people say no yeah there is there's no question that there is a profound suspicion of governments and rightfully so i do appreciate your call by the way one of the things that concerns me and i keep coming back to this in all the discussion about the deep state where are the people who are calling for the dismantling of the deep state where are they and one of the things that frustrates me about all the conspiracy talk i don't see the advocacy i don't see the marches i don't see the demands to disassemble this thing it's like people just want to sit around and talk and complain rather than to something about it that's one of mysteries for me bob in harrisburg bob are you there there's a bunch of facts about this number one you hit a three hundred airplane going about three hundred miles an hour hit that building it tore up terrible terrible structural damage i'm also an engineer and i had some structural engineering my background is the steel did not melt still loses about half of it stretch out about eight hundred degrees at fire jelly burns around fifteen hundred so you about eighty ninety percent of the.
"harrisburg" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Cases before skoda so he is changing the course he is transformational very happy and you do a great job growth than handy so awesome thanks good good to hear from you thank you so much for your call you know i can't help but think every time i see flake it's like he's so proud of himself that he's on television again an aren't i so cute i don't know the guy bothers me he really does and i resent the fact that we have a gop nominee and he didn't support him i'll tell you what everyone that did not come out after we had a nominee and support that nominee is just i mean they're you know where they are as far as i'm concerned liu calling from harrisburg virginia lou how are you a road how you doing good how are you her have an urban neighbourhoods term this is a relative of mine on the vote family everywhere okay retaliated are everywhere nice to hear from you so i mean are you concerned at all about the two thousand eighteen midterms no uh virginia's kind of a weird states uh we live in uh in uh away from the swamp we live in the mountains so there's no water up here but um we gotta connolly we kinda like uh like chris in california it's got to live with you know what you're dealing with my we'll tell you this we're gonna save enough money are we have a small business we import wine and we're gonna save enough money on the taxes that we're now on offer uh blue cross blue shield to our four employees plus our family members and uh uh we workers actually save about uh i will projecting about eight thousand dollars for the year and we're use that money to pay for uh put towards the premium of the uh of the insurance for.