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"henrico" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 2 months ago

"henrico" Discussed on WTOP

"For you some rain some What? Snow, But I'm not expecting any accumulation for those locations south as we go through tomorrow morning. If you're north of those roads, we are thinking 1 to 3 inches and that includes the district as well as we continue through the mid morning we'll start to see that taper off into a few flurries. Snow showers will be dry at times until our second system comes and that'll be tomorrow late afternoon, and that allows through Friday, mid day this will be cold enough for mostly all snow. And this is taking a southerly path. So south of I 66 South of route 50. That's where we're going to see some of those snow totals in If you're closer to Central Virginia, you have a better chance of seeing a couple inches so generally speaking across the region before this is all said and done from Wednesday into Friday, 2 to 5 inches, There could be some inches that gets six, maybe seven. But that's pushing it. So this will be a little wet snow that's compacting across Syria. I think tomorrow morning, the roads will be wet and slushy, but generally fine, especially main roads. Fried dried dry Friday night into Saturday, Saturday afternoon into Sunday. Morning. Another event. This one looks like freezing rain 37 right now in Washington, Baltimore at 35. Tyson's at 34. Okay, thanks. Lauren 9 52, Virginia man who drove his pickup truck through a crowd of black lives matter. Protestors is heading to prison. Harry Rogers struck at least two people last June in Henrico County after driving over a media near a Confederate monument. Then through a group of protesters. No one was seriously injured. He was sentenced to three years and eight months behind bars. Rogers, who has acknowledged being a KKK member apologized in court. Maryland senators have voted to override the governor's veto of a bill requiring background checks on rifle and shotgun.

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"henrico" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"henrico" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Yeah flowers important that you have to feed at least once a day if you don't feed it it just kinda goes quite you could put in the freezer if you if you are going to see if that'll give an app it takes a nap in the freezer the freezer and then and then you just thought out and it'll start growing again awesome it's the miracle of nature yeah your very own little you still think I've ever made sourdough before so I'm excited to I don't make bread anymore fake they shouldn't do anything if I should just have given you the whole thing I don't make bread anymore but when you make sourdough there's always extra every day because you're putting more flour and water and so you other the jar will overflow so you take that what they call the discard the extra and it makes the best crumpets ever I'll give you the rest of his suppose you could make beer with that too you could do well that's the magic of fermentation but take a whiff have you ever used it this will be interesting it's quite tangy yeah right yeah that that's been going since January wow yep so Kim enough bake talk this isn't well it's not that I take guy some guy called and I said what you want to talk about and he's that apple sauce apple sauce the mixed apple and Microsoft and cannibalism apple sauce and my my laugh hi this is us this is the apple sauce guy on well he is but he's not first his first is Jason and Henrico Virginia Henrico Virginia thank you Kim Sheffer hello Jason Leo laporte the tech guy hello there thank you very much for the essential service you provide to all of us yes I come I am not doing anything risky though I wear a mask I'm in the studio there's no you're just come is two doors down I'm on my sealed boosts no one's allowed in here and boy you can tell because it's getting a little dusty.

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"henrico" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"henrico" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Angel unbreakable Kimmy chef why give me don't take no Sheffer hello Kim good morning you now have your very own sourdough starter it's just a little guy but it will grow if I can find flowers yeah flowers important that you have to feed at least once a day if you don't feed it it just kinda goes quite you could put in the freezer if you if you are going to see if that'll give an app it takes a nap in the freezer the freezer and then and then you just thought out it'll start growing again awesome it's the miracle of nature yeah your very own little you still think I've ever made sourdough before so I'm excited I don't make bread anymore but they shouldn't do anything if I should just have given you the whole thing I make bread anymore but when you make sourdough there's always extra every day because you're putting more flour and water and so you other the general overflow so you take that with a call to discard the extra and it makes the best crumpets ever I'll give you the rest of his suppose you could make beer with that too you could do well that's the magic of fermentation but take away have you ever used it this will be interesting it's quite tangy yeah right yeah that that's been going since January yep so Kim enough bake talk this isn't well it's not that big guy some guy called and I said what you wanna talk about it he said apple sauce apple sauce next apple and Microsoft in Campbell's Oppel sauce and that was my my laugh hi this is us this is the apple sauce guy on well he is but he's not first his first is Jason and Henrico Virginia Henrico Virginia thank you Kim Sheffer hello Jason Leo laporte the tech guy thank you very much for the essential service you provide to all of us yes I come I am not doing anything risky though I wear a mask I'm in the studio there's no you're just come is two doors down I'm on my sealed boosts no one's allowed in here and boy you can tell because it's got a little dusty.

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"henrico" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"henrico" Discussed on WTOP

"Being a part of the legacy Maribel dot EDU Steve Dresner WTOP traffic you might need a rain Easter bonnet let's get your storm team four forty forecasters in BC for some R. Theodore Hey folks so tomorrow we start off with a little bit of sunshine than clouds build in the afternoon high temperatures will be in the low seventies upper sixties the thing about Sunday is there will be enough moisture available that an isolated shower could pop up in the afternoon but the real rain chance holds off until after midnight that's when or should I say after sunset at around ten eleven o'clock at night rain picks up thunderstorms likely after midnight Monday morning and some of those storms will be strong to severe high temperatures Monday will be near eighty degrees and in the afternoon we could see another round of strong to severe storms before that front rolls through and it'll be gusty any severe storms bring with them the threat for damaging winds heavy rain and of course the chance for isolated tornadoes Tuesday were dry Tuesday high temperatures will be in the upper fifties and low sixties and were partly to mostly sunny and then Wednesday rain chance with lots of clouds high temperatures ups are current temperatures right now fifty two degrees in the district down to forty eight in Fredericksburg and fifty in Lorton so far thank you very much it is fifty six degrees outside our studios here in friendship heights brought to buy new look home design where they designed a new roof with a lifetime warranty it's ten twenty one on WTOP an early morning fire these DC church leaving a man dead DC fire and EMS saying it broke out at Shiloh Baptist church just before two AM started outside an entrance to the church and was quickly put out no one else was injured in an investigation is underway here's the latest on the pandemic worldwide more than a hundred thousand people have died according to Johns Hopkins University in the US the death toll now tops eighteen thousand five hundred thousand people testing positive fourteen thousand five hundred positive cases in the DMV three hundred eighty three of our neighbors have died from the corona virus a member at freedom high school in Loudon county testing positive for covert nineteen it is now said to be self isolating Virginia's governor Ralph Northam forming a new nursing home task force eighteen people dying at the pleasant view nursing home in Mount Airy Maryland the move comes after covert killed thirty nine people at the Canterbury rehabilitation and healthcare center in Henrico county in Virginia governor Larry Hogan ordering a state budget freeze because of the grim financial forecasting from the crisis seven more members of the DC fire and EMS department testing positive that brings that total to fifty six eleven though have recovered and returned to duty the Pentagon has ordered everyone to wear facemask and stay six feet apart in DC's wharf is back open this weekend you may recall it was shut down last weekend because of overcrowding it's ten twenty two are rapid corona virus testing program is being expanded at the university of Maryland school of medicine state is helping out with the funding saying we've been late in the game when it comes to testing you MD professor Dr Jacques Revell spoke to us via Skype about the two and a half million dollars in state support that he believes is critical to getting testing going within a few months once it's completely fully ramped up I think we'll be able to process about twenty thousand test today Revell.

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Coronavirus updates: World hits 100,000 deaths; US has 'not reached the peak,'

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus updates: World hits 100,000 deaths; US has 'not reached the peak,'

"The worldwide death toll has hit one hundred thousand according to Johns Hopkins University here in the states the death toll now top sixteen thousand since the start of the outbreak four hundred sixty six thousand people have tested positive the DMV counts more than thirteen thousand positive coronavirus cases with three hundred thirty deaths and breaking news in Virginia this afternoon governor Ralph Northam is forming a new nursing home task force after covert killed thirty nine people at the Canterbury rehabilitation and healthcare center in Henrico county big news from Maryland to governor Larry Hogan ordered a state budget freeze because of the grim financial projections stemming from the

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Starting a BJJ Revolution with Andrew Smith

Between the Slides

07:04 min | 1 year ago

Starting a BJJ Revolution with Andrew Smith

"Andrew. Thank you again for joining us on the show and sharing your story and you know some processes particularly Brazilian Jujitsu another stuff. We'll get into and just help another folks with your perspective to kind of make that progress of thank you. Thank you Kevin. I'm excited to be. I think that what you've done so far has been a really good and I think it's important to break down Particularly the process aspects. You don't really hear very much about that when you're listening to a podcast or learning about Things though the process part in particular is something. That really appeals to me especially as every business been involved with as grown over the years. Yet I for the impetus for this which is really I rebranded. I had another pockets called between the slides and then honestly the more folks. I talked to. What so if you're like when you have to explain it a lot you're let me make it more obvious. But it was largely focused on that for the world that I came from a public safety and incident management special events and then project management. It's super process heavy Sometimes too much sometimes informal and everything in between and in particular as you mentioned eighteen months in was still very new but totally getting into more of the the understanding of how incremental of process that is of like every little roll little thing. Little tweak little move and it's kind of mind blowing even from being so new of how much depth their is. They're part of an episode. Let me do kind of like a book. Report podcast version of of one variation and You know from grappling to the modern Brazilian Jujitsu and the seventy different variations. So I was very interested to see all those different flavors of history and people and you know cross discussions and things and So for you and I and I've looked up some your background and and heard some of this from when I listen to you on on dirty web. What radio which was cool so folks if you haven't listened to that check that out as well But your process in about you. Are you from the rich Mary? I know you've been there forbidden went to vcu. Are you originally from Richmond? Virginia No actually grew up in Columbia South Carolina so about Twenty five years ago. I just wanted sort of a change in a ended up in the Richmond area. Then it's funny I've been enrichment for A little over twenty five years now on. It's still doesn't really feel like I'm from here. You know there's no other place that has ever traveled to where I think it's quite So so Front and center. When you're if you didn't grow up in Richmond. You're not really from here. You know and it feels that way to me still like imposter syndrome or something. It even in the area. It's it's still it's shifted now. I grew up in Chesterfield South side. Now it's kind of the old old area and I remember just a richmond thing of someone at intern. I think I had when I worked for the state And she grew up in Henrico. Which is the place to be so to speak of and and just talking about. Oh you grew up in south side like it was such an old place and it was so different but the economy and the change and everything of all the different areas around Richmond Annex. Pretty NEAT but but yeah it's There's definitely a very kind of Richmond. If you're from there you're kind of all in as well One thing we do share Richmond wise as we both went to vcu I'm a back to school. Use My job building stuff and went to an for you starting That's where you got into judo first-rate. That's right yeah. I wrestled in high school I wasn't amazing but I got a lot better my senior year. I was actually starting to get pretty good but then I graduated high school in there. Just wasn't there wasn't wrestling at the college. I went to which was university South Carolina. Okay you believe it or not. There wasn't a wrestling team there at least in the nineteen nineties and I was really bummed because I sort of fall in love with grappling Wrestling you know Dan so I mean. I wrestled a little bit with the high school kids. After the season you know went to a few freestyle wrestling tournaments but I just wanted more wanted to keep going and there wasn't anything there and I think ironically there was a judo club. But I didn't think much about judo back then When I was in South Carolina and then I moved up to Richmond and in nineteen ninety seven. I started training judo at the judo club and at vcu and it was just. I was hooked right away. It was a special time for for martial arts special time for judo. Insofar as there was a lot of sort things that were coming together at the right place at the right time we know the UFC. We have to go back in time. You have been on on the air since nineteen ninety-three but nobody had seen it like literally. Probably fifty thousand people saw the I see in the There was another one eight months later or something and that's the sort of the way it was so is this sort of a niche underground to a degree but people that were involved with judo They knew about the UFC. They knew about Grappling they were reading. You know Martial arts magazines and stuff like that like black doll magazine was sort of the the leader back then if you were interested in even grappling. Because there wasn't there weren't industry specific magazines out there so I think that communities were a lot more interconnected. You had a lot more sort of a Geek condo type people involved with grappling people. You know judo injury. Jitsu were much more closely related than they sort of art today Which I mean as far as martial arts go. They're very very similar as far as like the way. The Arts are practiced in the culture. It's it's pretty different. Judo is a lot more formal. You just is very very laid back. You know tends to get rid of a lot of aspects of the tradition and so Maybe it's perceived as incompatible to a lot of a lot of people but I was really lucky at vcu It wasn't really like that. There were people coming over from you just schools throughout town and When I started competing in in Jujitsu Before actually started formally training in it. I'd had experience at the Judo Club. Traveling around Training going to seminars stuff like that. But no consistent regular training in. That was possible back then. It was possible because of the particular circumstances that I had to actually do pretty well when I competed in some of those arenas because I had you know. Of course judo Experience Judo Club but also good grappling especially for the time we had people. He wrestled before but also people that were actively training in Brazilian Jujitsu. And I think that was uncommon back. Then so it's sorta how things got started for me. When I moved to the Richmond area was really really lucky. Fell into the right

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Police in Virginia are responding to a report of an active shooter near a school in Henrico County

Rush Limbaugh

00:09 sec | 1 year ago

Police in Virginia are responding to a report of an active shooter near a school in Henrico County

"No reported injuries in Virginia where a school outside Richmond is being cleared police responding to a report of an active shooter in hand right

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"henrico" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"henrico" Discussed on High Noon

"Point. It was an achilles that's strange range and i think it's especially concerning for this team because they're really good. They were amongst the super bowl favorites and when you are in that tier of teams every woman in matters right. They're not just trying to win the division. They're trying to get a high playoff seed and they will lose more games shocker. If i think there are on the early side of their champion window we talked about this before on your podcast if people can download and rate and review that the colts could have gone all in this off season and they have have chosen not to it seems like they are playing the long game. Most people have complemented that but we don't have to look far if we look at the celtics and then b._a. Team who kind of tried to play the long game and ended up like like with nothing with a bag full of nothing in a team. That's not championship righty so i wish they would have gone more aggressive this season but it doesn't matter we have another number. It's seven. It's because washington has told multiple teams. It is not trading seven time pro bowl off tackle trent williams according to adam schefter teams have repeatedly called about williams only to be rebuffed meena. Do you think that washington will change. Its tune in trade them. I'm gonna tell you something nothing shocking and children at home. Cover your ears teams. Don't always tell the truth. They will absolutely trade him if they they are given a tremendous offer first round picks i completely believe that but the fact that they are drawing a hard line leads me to believe they think trent isn't going to hold out and he can only hold out until week eight otherwise. Is you know he has to won't get free agency winning supposed to <hes> they need him to protect potential either rookie quarterback if people as so right now. I believe they're either hoping for that monster trade or they expect to come back so it's important that everyone knows that despite the fact that we're calling this a hold out. It's not a traditional holdout. It's not a holdouts about money. Although i think some people are speculating that money would bring him back. This holdout is about him having a tumor on his head in the medical staff telling him not to worry about it until he went to other medical professionals to find out that it was actually a tumor so he has distrust in this organization something that money can't fix and he's someone who has made more than sixty a million in the course of his contract so despite the fact that there's ten million for him to make an could impede him getting to free agency in the future. I'm not sure that ten million would be enough to bring them in because it's not not going to change his lifestyle. He's not going to suddenly move to a bigger house. So if the principle is that he can't trust them. They're not treating him well. I could imagine if this is something that he would sit for and i think not missing a game. They'll probably trade him better. Get something rather than nothing in closing. I would like to highlight a breaking news story in henrico county virginia jinya where mass philanthropy is dropping television sets on people's fortunes dominique. Let's hear more about the man they're calling tvs anti-drugs real thick. I think one virginia neighborhood has been left puzzled after a prankster left dozens of old t._v. Sets on people's front porches. Take a look at the bizarre video at person's wearing during a tv set. We'll dropping off the thinker business. Performers are out in front of more than fifty homes local. Police police say it appears to be nothing more than a prank before camping out right college students who we were just bored. Maybe t._v. <hes> <hes> he was just ready to strike to put a little humor into our lives man. I want to believe if he is just spreading the gospel of television..

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"henrico" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"henrico" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man it is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity and it lies in Henrico county Virginia that's your the state capital Richmond we woke up Sunday morning on August eleventh I looked outside and saw an old small style to TV sitting on our front door stop that is Jeannie Brooks bank and she was not the only one to open her door and find an ancient television sitting there within ten minutes I received a call from my neighbor across the street and he's like Jeannie did you get a TV and I said did you get one you guys I did and the guy next door got one in his is even bigger than mine he Michael county police report fifty two vintage TV sets had been left out fifty two front doors as the late rod Serling the voice of the twilight zone might say it was the middle ground between light and shadow between science and superstition and between totally weird and an elaborate prank definitely totally weird but the question is who would do such a thing Brooks bank has no idea no no no nothing to see the scariest TV had appeared in the middle of the night here is what we do know there were two perpetrators dressed in nondescript clothes their heads were covered by TV's like the ones they relieve on doorsteps one of them was captured on video he takes time to walk up put the TV on the staff position in the right position in one video there's even a view of him waiting at the next door about giving away like Hey here I am so what is these TV Santa's as they came to be known in ten with this elaborate scheme was it an effort to terrorize the neighborhood or were they just hoping for the opposite effect you know we need because it brought that community kind of together and it was kind of mysterious and Twilight Zone ash it also might be a crime of sorts according to Henrico county police lieutenant map **** when looking at the code of Virginia we would compare this to illegal dumping another lingering mystery for Jeannie Brooks bank did the TV work could you have watched.

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"henrico" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:45 min | 2 years ago

"henrico" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And the answer appears to be yes from our governor? And my opponent is also on the record with very clear comments, and she went off on law enforcement, and that's good, and I'm happy with her service to our country and law enforcement, but when it comes to immigration that doesn't change her position. She said she does not want federal law enforcement working with state and local and I'll give it to the press today. Her remarks are out in public view for all to see. And that is the issue governor northern along. With Nancy Pelosi wants to provide sanctuary and what does that mean, it's sanctuary from violent crime and illegal immigrants? That's what it sanctuary from those folks should be deported, not giving sanctuary in our neighborhoods across Virginia and across the Commonwealth and show immigration is one of the huge issues. Again, I'll repeat my opponents said we should have bipartisan agreement on this issue. We did the Republicans compromise and put in a Bill with seven hundred thousand dot relief. And then President Trump added it to one point eight million. And then I put a Bill in to unite parents and kids at the border, and the Democrats said no to every rational compromise, why they save this as a political issue. I don't know that compromise is sitting right there in front of them. So what part of the Goodlatte Bill does my opponent, not light. And you will not hear an answer. There is no policy platform on immigration coming from my opponent at. At all. So I can't tell what her position is. Thank you. Dave abigail. Sure. Republicans. Compromising is not bipartisanship. That's Republicans who are so far askew on this issue that when they come together and compromise it is merely just a compromise. Among Republicans related to safe havens for criminals. I do not support safe havens for criminals or gangs. And I think that what's important here is the fact that this is actually a complicated issue when we look about how it is that we give responsibility and jurisdictional issues from one agency to a dip to another agency. And so me in recognizing that there are constitutional issues at play. And there are jurisdictional issues at play is merely me understanding the complicated nature of this issue. But the bottom line is I do not support safe havens for criminals or gangs. And in fact, in terms of what it is that I do support related to immigration reform. I supported where I in congress. I would have been a major supporter of the heard angular Bill that. Is a bipartisan Bill, meaning a Republican and a democrat crossed the aisle had hard conversations about what it is that they could agree on of note. I would add that congressman heard a Republican from Texas is also a former CIA case officer. And so I've heard him give multiple talks about the Bill that they put forward that they proposed and it is founded in a strong sense of how it is that we secure our borders because like myself congressman heard is well aware of the threats that are coming to this country at all fronts, but particularly along the southern border. Thank you Abigail. Our next question is for you. And we turn to education. The United States is facing a teacher shortage with district seven currently having a number of full-time educator positions unfilled. What do you feel is causing this shortage? And how can we only not only attract new teachers, but also encourage existing teachers to stay? I crossed the seventh district from colpepper to Henrico. Chesterfield to not away county. People are talking about the need for strong public schools. And I support keeping our public dollars in our public schools. I support ensuring that our public schools create a pathway toward success for our students a pathway towards good paying jobs where students can grow up to be adults who add to our economy to add to our community and who add to our tax days. But when we look at the fact that we do have teacher shortages, we have to recognize that these teacher shortages are caused by the fact that indeed teacher pay hasn't gone up. Our communities are creating challenges for teachers, particularly as wages or excuse me as housing prices. Go up there has been a twenty housing prices in Henrico county have increased twenty eight percent over what incomes have increased. So when we look at the challenges that are presenting. People who are increasingly having difficulty affording houses in the places where they live that is compounding. The issue of why we have teacher shortages since two thousand believe the statistic is teachers salaries have gone down one point two percent. And that is when we adjust for inflation. So the real issue here is that we are making it difficult for people who want to choose a career in education to do. So. And when we look at the fact that so many teachers are graduating with significant debt, it goes back to an earlier question of how does it we can incentivize people to pursue careers in public education to pursue careers and public education and still be able to afford their house still be able to pay back their loans, and that's something that we can do by allowing for people with student loan debt to refinance their debt by expanding access to Pell grants across our communities, and by ensuring that employers, including public schools have the ability and tax incentives in place to be able to. Pay back some of the student loan debt that their teachers and employees may carry with them. Thank you. Dave. Yes. Thank you. I'm very proud of the Republican results. I work on the committee. And as I said, we have proven results this year at the K to twelve level. One of the major problems. We have shared across school bureaucracies. Teachers and students is the nature of high stack. High stakes testing our kids are under extreme pressure. They have to study all day and all night every single test. We've lighten the load we took away some of those federal mandates and now the schools had the latitude to let teachers teach teachers don't like the high stakes testing either I work with several curriculums in K to twelve and my years working with a state Senate. We had one collaboration with business partners business came into the schools and talk them to to work at their corporation, the soft skills, the business skills that teachers loved it. The administrators loved it the kids loved it the community love it the business partners loved it. This is what's wrong. We need creativity defense. Leads have done our job. Now. The problem is the one size fits all education bureaucracy on the left, right? If you look at the big cities, it's always one size fits all. The fed knows best. Let's bring that money down to the states, and localities. They know how best fit their students in various counties that are urban or rural with various needs with the job opportunities distinct there, and so the to twelve Bill we passed has done heavy lifting getting rid of the federal mandates, and then of the higher level we done major heavy lifting provide other venues for teachers to teach as well. Including community colleges and CTE cetera. So if we make teaching more rewarding in pay us back as well is rewarding in the teaching aspect that is the piece that has teachers leaving they are not being allowed to teach. They're being s to do every other job under the sun. The teachers are the salt of the earth, and we need to make their teaching environment. More fun and more productive and more productive for the kids learning and for their eventual business outcomes. Thank you. Dave. Dave you're going to continue with this next question. Has deal with infrastructure accessibility. To the internet is becoming more critical in everyday life. Residents in rural areas of our district. I found a challenging to gain access at an affordable cost. If reelected is this a priority for you. So what will you do to help? These residents gain affordable internet access. Yes. Great. Thank you very much for that question. I've been working on rural broadband internet since day one in my job the first year head town halls that were civil with rational discourse, I brought the head of the FCC down from DC to meet with all my counter leak county leaders, especially the rural counties we held it up here. And that meeting got the ball rolling for collaboration with the federal government, the state government and the local government so much. So we have a national model in Orange County with a county supervisor hood known for a couple of decades, and he says wonderful work going off of a t one line, and providing a unique experiment how to provide broadband the Wease is making progress on this. I've worked with every rural community. I can't I've gotten federal grants for the orange project that grant the federal government quit making payments on that. So last month we had to write letters to get them payments. So they can keep building that broadband. Piece of work. And so I've been working on this issue since day one, we all know the stories where kids and parents have to drive to the McDonalds in order to get a signal. The internet is the pathway. It is the information pathway technology is basically an information in our minds, and we have to have access to that information for all of our kids. So to get ecconomic development in the rurals that is a huge priority, and I've been out of forever. I was surprised to hear my opponent. Go on the radio a couple of weeks ago on eleven forty and say I have done nothing on roller broadband without knowing any of the work that we've accomplished I'm very proud of our results, and it's hard to hear someone say something about no work at all. When they don't even know the work that's been done. And so I don't know what she knows about the work that has already been ongoing in all ten of my counties and thank you for the question. Thank you. Dave. How y'all same question. Sure. What I know is that every opportunity to actually fund the programs that would provide grant money to our communities. You have voted against them congressman. That is what I know when we are looking at the challenges facing our communities again from Culpeper to Louisa Powis hand to not way, it is an economic imperative that our communities have access to high speed broadband internet eight is an educational imperative that our communities have access to high speed broadband internet. We have kids in our community who are going to McDonald's to do their homework. In fact, I met a couple from not away county that every Friday they drive their grandchildren to Chesterfield county, libraries, so that the kids can get on the internet that should not be happening in central Virginia. It is creating a divide in educational opportunity and educational experience as we see telemedicine incur in increasing across this country. It will also create a healthcare divide as communities are left behind without access to telemedicine and we need to. Look at this problem just as the United States data in the thirties when we recognize that in the event of electric electricity being left solely to the free market. There would be communities left behind, and there is an imperative that we recognize that broadband infant entrant internet infrastructure is just as vital to the growth of our communities as electric city. Once was I often tell the story that we moved home back to Henrico county to be close to family. Well, part of that story is that my husband is able to work from home. Had we been from parts of Amelia county parts of Louisa county. We would not have been able to move home. We would not have been able to buy a house put our kids in public school. Invest in a community the same way some graduating kids and some adults wanting to move back to Louisa county may not be able to do. This is an economic issue a healthcare issue and an educational issue and one that I will work for in congress. Thank you Abigail. This next question is also for you guys to do with work. For the economy. According to the bureau of labor statistics as of August. Twenty eighteen Virginia district seven has an average unemployment rate of about three percent versus the national average of three point nine percent. What do you attribute this to and what workforce tax policies? Do you support that will assist me in maintaining a low unemployment rate? Central Virginia.

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"henrico" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"henrico" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Twelfth, thirteenth grade, then we'll be at the providence comedy connection, Tober nineteen. You twenty good back in the back in the northeast, and then a bunch of dates coming up later in the fall in San Francisco and New Year's even Portland, great, love it. Phenomenal. That'll be fun. A little married. She one yard. And then you roll. It's Oregon, a second three. Here we go. This was sending by Josh Mout I will say wrong. I'm sorry. Buddy at j. m. o. u. AT Millette out now. I don't know. They make a good champagne. Henry k Henrico Henrico Henrico Henrico county, Virginia. Okay. I thought it was. It's not an Rica and it's not an Rico. It's Henryk. Oh, and Ricco today grow herbs. There. Here's the first line. You can't make this stuff up. Yes, you can. First of all you can make totally. That is a kind of a pretty deep question on this show. Do you fact check these real stories? We do. There's usually a source and usually the police. Here's what we, here's documentary. Well, what's going we we've if a story is crazy, damn will verify whether it's fake or not. Okay. I mean to our best Bill. Yeah, I'm just a man once in awhile. Yeah. Oh boy, we keep silly we used to. We just had one sent to guy crashes car while perform trying to perform oral sex on himself. Great story. It was hilarious. And then I was like, what's the guy's name? Couldn't find it? Where did this happen? Google. Oh, this is fake. This. If I get suspicious when there's it's not credited any other news source like although now that you've put it out there, I'm going to have a long drive home. Long and dangerous driving on the four. There's a man, weaving. He's bobbing. You can't make this stuff off guys. You literally cannot make this stuff. Can make it up students and parents in in a Henrico neighborhood. Learn some shocking news at the start of the school year is a in there. You just don't know it yet at the corner of east bury street and selfless south Wilson way in Henrico several students from both middle school and high school stand in wait for the bus. I'm gonna read you the headline to. They were electrocuted by something they tried to blow themselves. The whole mix of the bus stop has an electric fence around the yard. Just a few inches away from where the students wait the home? Yes. Next thing has an electric fence. It's a women's prison headline for this article by the way, is parents outraged Schefter, man installs electric fence near school bus stop that should not happen at all. That's a guy clubs, no electric fencing. There you go. No sex in the champagne room. None. Not the man who put the who put the fence up did not post a sign on the fence to warn children which prompted a call to Henry go police. This guy wanted to see what hell up in the middle of the night to this is a guy who has had it up to here with kids making noise at seven fifty in the morning in the periods between seven forty two and seven fifty two. He is up to here with it. I would argue it gets louder though. Once you electrocute them. Right. He was quietly electric. That's never. He had them debarred. Electric fan. How many kids do you think it took before they stopped doing? It doesn't another. It'd be like what this meeting one morning. I'm just curious. Guys, the stupidity of kids who were like, yeah, guys getting on their hands in these behind. Another guy. Right? Or maybe it's like when you have one of those bugs zappers and one after another going, are you not watching your friend right over here? What is just walking and texting walking right into it while text insane said one resident who did not wish to share her name. I love the idea that somebody like This this is. is. Strong opinion, real recognition. You're really going out on a limb here. Yes, saying that guy who put up electric fence around a bus near the source from the White House? Yeah, the corner looked more like a crime scene rather than a school bus stop on. I don't know. Someone said it was electric..

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"henrico" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"henrico" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Wasn't we're coon now mr news band joe bartlett rolling his eyes that he says that's the big three storey nuts syria favorite story of thank you natalie the day i could pick five better storms mr dues mad i'm only going to say i come in and i say you know i think we should talk about syria syria who cares about here i may be going to war sins are marshalling their troops there trump and the europeans are deciding what they're gonna do to go after assad who gassed his exactly henrico ratzinger story that's why the people who thought it was a tiger gives us relief from we've done a great job with isis we have just absolutely decimated isis but now we have to make some further decision so they'll be made for all right look at warren piece there's other stories other than trump out there i don't see syria on the front page of the tabloids or not at war yet what do you see the raccoon on a front you don't even see it in the papers there's a little tiny box if they're shows picking up by big just wait to your news cast six thirty i'm gonna atalaya i graduate is funny i mean how how do people mistake correct coon for tiger how was this in the bronx i mean you know he'd probably looked like a big rally a big one if you could have to be a really big one hundred sixty four she'll look raccoon it looks like shere khan from the jungle book tiger we don't have a turning point contest the mets are off last night there back in action tonight with their long winning streak best record in baseball they're taking on milwaukee at city field coverage six oh five here on seven wr but at seven thirty you have my personal mets tickets up for grabs an eight thirty michael's personal mets tickets and at seven.

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"henrico" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"henrico" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Blue line for bushman veteran demand hands it off in henrico back came download gosh in the left corner pressed to the glass by coleman puck comes loose devils pick it up lovejoy circles away from henry create some space then plays it off the wall and down but this will be yeah ben lovejoy trying to get a break to get off the ice we'll have to stay on a good start to this third but in that first game what happened in the first game matty that these two teams met well craig sidon are statistician listening back home reminded me during the innovation that the devils fell behind in that game to nothing after one just like tonight got a power play goal to make it to just like the night now did give up a third goal in that second period but rallied to make it three two after two and three in the third to win five to three in nason had two goals and miles would have to goals in that game oh well let's hope we see something similar here craig staying up well past his bedtime it's after eleven o'clock he needs to get his beauty sleep well he's better looking the two guys he works with so he's still okay he certainly younger than the to give up the locks i'll give up the us i i can't argue the birth certificate here's taylor haul moving behind the anaheim net fires it in front it's poked away by silverberg paul gets it back but his past cross ice comes out to center ice devils will settle it there here's a pass out of the devils end for hall carries it across the line looks around gives it to series at boeing it's ten it goes over the crossbar that might have been lindholm who got a piece for hi now it's boil james damore at the left point please it off the end wall boil track it down move to the near circle looks around has it on the backhand sweeps to the near wall stafford dumps it in deep john more comes off for a change anaheim looks to clear here's kessler with some room thanks it ahead to silverberg silver across the rightwing feed for our shot by ken he looks for the rebound moved to the corner now behind the net it's cog liana skate dow farside feeds the.

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"henrico" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"henrico" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"She said she was seventeen when she had katie and stephen was 22 they gave her up for adoption but when katie reached the age of eighteen she located her biological parents to develop a relationship she ultimately moved in with them for a couple of months at this henrico home and called the pair mom and dad katies mom ultimately moved out when the couple opted to separate she said she had no idea a sexual relationship started between the pair until she read one of her other daughters journal's where she found drawings of katie being pregnant and wrote that her dad was trying to make horror called katie step mom that point she said she took out protective orders against steven so he couldn't go near her or their younger daughters she says katie and stephen got married in maryland and then moved to north carolina where they were ultimately arrested she believes stephen brainwashed and manipulated their daughter oh everywhere award nausea to say it's a it's rider okay but but jail time no eight jail no jail no l well you gotta think about the other aspects of if if are to do this and have a baby in its you know not that's not fair to a to a unborn child rhyme i re i dunno that's where i think i mean if they're gonna have a baby in its deformed or has some terrible disease growing up that child should have to live with that just 'cause they couldn't help from bang in there or thwart the baby you know it's somehow perfectly normal yeah dan do you still put them in jail who jail i don't the okay i don't think he put them in jail but th the baby's not going to be normal there's no way no way at all that's tooclose that's why every dalmatian is screwed up in the had because they come they they come from the light of inbreeding right so you're in a baby's condition it's going to be mad your safe with third cousin a second cousin you're risking a little bit yeah.

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"henrico" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"henrico" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Didn't get the flu shot herself but got sick and died after caring for her husband and two kids her father is encouraging others to get the vaccine were doing this for her that all had their shots and they're gone over everything pretty well as more than a million people descend on minneapolis this week for the big game doctors concerned the super bowl crowd we'll bring an uptick of the flu will be people congregating than really large numbers in and really close close proximity to each other that's exactly how influenza is passed on organizers wiping down handson exhibits exhibiton equipment parents doing their part two and even pilgrim reporting in from minneapolis tonight where the facilities are already underway and you've i know organizers are trying to get the word out to people who are going to be visiting there this week because of the close proximity they're going to be in right behind you that's right david the dry air here in maniac with the plo the conditions to spread the flow organizers are encouraging fans gets her flu shot before you come david critical group with us tonight eba thank you next tonight newly released bodycam video causing outrage at this hour cleveland police calling the city's ems to help a man had been shot sixteen times but cleveland's ems reportedly refusing to come because they said the man ended up a few blocks over the border into the next town tonight that call is under investigation here's abc's alex praise tonight to ems officials in cleveland under fire after this disturbing video police discovering a man shot sixteen tonnes the officers at call through an ambulance.

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"henrico" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"henrico" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The way adam henrico was traded by the devils to anaheim in order to acquire fought then did play tonight four the ducks in their four two loss in columbus he picked up and assist on the night joe plan dc also played he did not pick up a point will begin the second period skating four aside as nico he shares submitted forty wanted to serve of his hooking minor anz gt copper as admitted fifty four to serve pop his highstick so they'll be a little open ice time what are the devils do chico in the second period two now they've establish some legs gets involved they got a shoot the puk batty worthy golias them in a scottish ended the nets and this is why we pay you the big guys are great you know you break everthing down but the bottom line is on the howard were quote threetime they could have shot the proc i know sometimes you pass the look at added we did shoot like that worked out better which generally especially any other key drink star griffin that can i take that would be a good or would they get seven shots i would go for like twelve i would have a set of twelve shots as period car hood how they do get let's see what happens is colorado sr to the faceoff win a kinney the winning it back to his blue line in colorado brings it across rand giving drops at all for vacated now through the corner full ranted eighty green gets a piece of the plot sammy bought and it off to marcus johanns he spins back deep in his own enschede for the dead and now carries it out the center ice said the centre circle joe hanson across dry top it a far circles sets up looks around reshot that's block quite johnson off the glass and it goes out of play well matti i looked around.

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"henrico" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"henrico" Discussed on KKAT

"A blatant this would be a blatant violation of the principle of double taxation in the sense it's dr that if you pay a state tax you should not in my opinion have to then pay a federal tax will no money you've already paid to the state in tax what are your thoughts well this this was a very difficult political issue particularly facing states california new york new jersey and so on and i i would suspect is that congress will not legislate an action of that kind will modify it paul is on the line listening to the great w b e n radio buffalo paul you're on with henrico when go ahead a cop man i'm wondering if you grief we explain dropped who will change the way you can hang up well structural changes are changes that i'm not repetitive economist anthony think of a business cycle the economy expands and then contracts and then again and then contract there there is a kind of a rhythm to vis built up and down in economic behavior and the same thing there's a little bit of a rhythm in terms of the behaviour of interest rates structural changes however change eight eight to some extent now to give you a stray shower of of risk we we in the united states some legislation that remove the barriers to competition poor financial institutions institutions were allowed to consolidate and term merge in cochairman of 1990 so there were no barriers to one in the truest jill acquiring another institution and as a result we've had a crime matic change from 1990 or soak up the present time in the number of insults russian for example back in the 1990s uh the ten largest banks uh control ten percent of our financial assets in the united states the ten largest financial.

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"henrico" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"henrico" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Back with jilan money if you've got a financial question we want to hear from you our phone number is eight five five four one one jail sentence an email ask jill at jilan money dot com we have just seen the thirtieth anniversary of black monday the worst day in wall street history he single day of course 1987 october with a time when the us financial system was under great pressure we had interconnected markets we had a loose regulatory regime we had a bunch of disuse new financial products that few people really understood we had some math heads who were trying to convince us that they were ringing risk out of the system does all of this sound eerily familiar to you yes that was 1987 and unfortunately 1987 was really the perfect predicate for two thousand eight we just unfortunately did not learn lessons of that time that's what our guest diana henrico says she's the author of a first class catastrophe the road to black monday the worst day in wall street history here's more of our interview with diana so now i wanna go to two thousand eight where it's almost the exact same set of circumstances there's different products but the same risks the same landmines you've got novel untested financial derivatives a k in 1987 they were these stock index futures contracts the hatton anticipated the way that with tie these two markets together in two thousand eight credit default swaps not only did they not understand and how these derivatives shackled all of wall street together but they didn't even they couldn't even count those and at least in '87 they knew what the exposure to sp 500 futures were because they were traded on a public exchange credit default swaps were not and it's interesting i know you you probably to done this how early the fight to regulate swaps begin it began before black monday oh yeah and it might have succeeded but for the political aftermath of black monday so yes we've got untested financial derivatives traded at viral levels by heightened supersize his too big to fail investors and working across regulatory boundaries to move money at breakneck pace from one market to another and that's exactly what.

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"henrico" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"henrico" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"What is your policy when it comes to pan handlers triple8 63 to be on a l i ask because i have you noticed that they're kind of getting ubiquitous around town have you noticed an uptick just last night hopped on the metro to go downtown right after the program to the media friend for little libations and right there on the metro walking through with the sign please help please get on the metro there's a panhandler dan and leave in the place and i get an uber right and i'm waiting for the uber and right there a down on connecticut on the median these are the ones i hate the most standing on the median right by the left turn line app a stoplight go one to each car this is what you're stuck at a red light and they come up to your driver's side of the car and look into your window with their hand out asking for money and it's a problem if mary hits a very serious problem i think and and here's the deal this is you know so much in our world can be explained with market economics and market economic principle supply and demand and such and here's the thing if there wasn't any money in it the panhandlers would not be there they would not be doing it and as long as people will give money to them then they will continue to be there and down in an henrico county is henrico county right henrico thank young jet turn it i do that every time according to the richmond timesdispatch they have uh they started putting up signs now they've got signs that these intersections not saying no panhandling not saying panhandlers will be prosecuted there're begging the drivers to not give any money to these people while they're standing on the.

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"henrico" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"henrico" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Stupidest plan in or out of all the stupid plans you could come up with to get a peek at a woman this is like one of the one of just the stupidest almost the stupid as anthony wiener it's just that yeah like how the hell do you suppose you're going to get away with that unusually to you know a walmart is so spread out if you're in any given notice greg there'll be a lot of the there'll be a lot of people in walmart at at the same time but usually there's only maybe two of you in the same i l at the exact same time except maybe in the grocery than the grocery section it's different there's been ten people in the night but if you're anywhere in like the home goods so the toys or the the automotive section there's usually like one or two people tops in each one of those aisles in this bozo thinks he's gonna very discreetly just film up this woman skirt and she's not gonna notice any just the ridiculous anyway speaking of ridiculous reading here from the associated press a potbellied pig that's been on the loose for weeks in virginia neighborhood has finally been nabbed by the police the pig had become a familiar sight in henrique owes twin hickory subdivision as its scurried around the neighborhood police finally caught the pig on tuesday morning after it briefly held up traffic on a busy side stream lieutenant shawn sears of the henrico animal protection society said the pig is likely up pat that escaped if the pigs owner doesn't come forward to claim him police plan to place them with an animal rescue organization won't you come home arnold zoepel you know i hear very good things folks about potbellied pig the says pets does anybody have one out there no famously for the longest time it was george clooney the the actor always had a potbellied pig for i and they live long lives they live to be.

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