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"hummadi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Like with Michael bar Michael thank you Paul thank you Tom a thirty say the veteran pilot of the helicopter that crashed near Los Angeles killing Kobe Bryant and eight others tried to avoid falls so heavy that it grounded police choppers Jennifer hummadi with the NTSB says the grounding of the police choppers may or may not be relevant typically we look at the man machine and the environment to help us to determine what happened and we have weather professionals on staff that will help us do that the helicopter was taking Brian from orange county to Ventura county on Sunday when a smashed into a Calabasas hillside in nearly two hundred miles an hour the cause of the crash is still under investigation during his defense of president trump in the Senate impeachment trial attorney Alan Dershowitz argued against calling the former national security adviser John Bolton as a witness democratic senator Dick Durbin responded to the Harvard law professor have him say to us listen don't bring a witness and there's nothing he could possibly say of importance or relevance give me a break professor you can say that your classroom but in the real world we believe the people under oath telling the truth and the best way for us to have an outcome industry trial that is credible across America the trump defense team will wrap up its presentation today the state department is warning Americans to avoid traveling to China as the corona virus outbreak there spreads at least one hundred six people have now died in China from the illness global news.
"hummadi" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Everything bagel was near do you enjoy yourself all of the network newscasts few minutes ago gave the latest on Kobe Bryant in the investigation into the crash that took his life his daughters life and seven others I love I was nice to see the various news departments identify and give proper credit not credit that proper attention to the other folks that died in that crash lake of the Orange County baseball coach John also belly and his daughter Alyssa and wife carefree died in that crash the pilot and then another coach Christina Mauser she leaves behind a husband of the pilot's name is are a I believe and he was Colby's private pilot here's the latest on the investigation CBS aired this and and puts it dying capsule eats it better than we could take a listen else in in traffic I won the missing like a school play results in in traffic in two thousand eighteen Kobe Bryant talked about why he started flying helicopters I had to figure out a way rockets still train and focus on the craft but still not compromise families on it so that's when I looked into helicopters and be able to get down and back in fifteen minutes Bryant his daughter Gigi and seven others were on their way to Kobe's mamba sports academy the pilot always a buy in who was experience with more than eighty two hundred flight hours began flying under normal visual flight rules are VFR which typically requires about three miles of visibility about fourteen minutes into the flight divine Astor traffic control for special VFR allowing him to fly and worsening weather with less visibility it is not unusual in Los Angeles to have less than three miles visibility aviation consultant William Lawrence is a retired marine corps colonel and flew helicopters in the LA area for years and if you didn't have special VFR you pretty much wouldn't be able to fly NTSB board member Jennifer hummadi says in the flight's final moments the pilot told air traffic control he was going to try to get above the worsening weather the chopper then climbed into the.
"hummadi" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Before from the sooner downtown ten minutes the westbound side is at eight and for the Z. to how we sixteen be another twelve also said on north found ninety four late now neuter downtown will be about eleven minutes a four minute delay cellphone forty threes clear though twelve minutes brown here to Marquette and a ninety four north bound to inhale and zero five minutes what traffic and weather together on the sands of Debbie Ladoga WTMJ palette of you why dot com time saver traffic cloudy today and today each with a chance of a flurry or sprinkle today's high thirty five tonight's will twenty four twenty nine degrees in Milwaukee at seven oh one from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center investigators in southern California collecting evidence from the scene of Sunday's deadly helicopter crash that killed nine including basketball icon Kobe Bryant and his daughters Jana investigators here on scene saying the debris field is large but they have now found all parts of the helicopter front back and sides the NTSB is Jennifer hummadi has been on scene it was a pretty devastating accident scene and she says there was no black box on board one was not required they did the find an iPad that may have some slight date on it I like stone ABC news Calabasas California the Bucks hosting the wizards tonight on WTMJ but they will do so with heavy hearts after that fatal crash that Russell has more Mike didn't hold to try to stop Kobe Bryant for years first as a spurs assistant coach but as an NBA head coach most of the time by his own admission he wasn't successful still the Bucks bench boss was asked yesterday.
"hummadi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Valley we have different challenges than some other communities Phoenix is the fastest growing city in the United States but first only three of the nine bodies have been recovered from a helicopter crash site in southern California where NBA star Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven others died the search is on for the rest of the human remains investigators here on scene saying the debris field is large but they have now found all parts of the helicopter front back and sides the NTSB is Jennifer hummadi has been on scene it was a pretty devastating accident scene but she says there was no black box on board one was not required they did the find an iPad that may have some slight date on it I like stone ABC news Calabasas California no because of the deadly crash tonight's NBA game between the Lakers and the clippers at staples center has been postponed you know I I've started to think that there's somebody in my you know in my in my phone list this is the first name is potential last name spam because I keep getting calls from him I will tell you in a few minutes here what the government's trying to do to stop those spam calls right now let's find out how you doing on the roads here is there a cell of in our first look at traffic from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center in you're doing pretty good this morning I've not seen any delays on any of your free way so I just wanted to remind you that you've got a long term road work project and it's going on up on the loop one a one so east bound with one a one fifty six street onramp that's closed also but we want to one eastbound sixty fourth street exit ramp that's close for long term of road work it is a sixty day project the support is brought to you by the new thirty ten weight loss for life after weight loss success is within your reach visit your nearest thirty ten weight loss for life to find out more Danny Sullivan KTAR news it's going to be a gorgeous day with sunny skies and a high of seventy one this afternoon then mostly clear tonight with a low forty seven expect more clouds on Wednesday as our next storm arrives we'll see a ten percent chance.
"hummadi" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"To know at twelve fifteen one in court papers filed by lawyers for men have DA cy Vance junior he slams the justice department for trying to stop them from obtaining president trump's tax returns the post reports Vance's filing his response to DO J. letter to a federal judge telling him to block Vance's subpoena into trump's finances citing unspecified constitutional issues no ruling yet from the judge to the funeral mass for NYPD officer Brian mall keen will be held at Sacred Heart church in Monroe later this morning in our inch county the thirty three year old was killed by friendly fire early Sunday in the Bronx during a struggle with an armed man it was also fatally shot. three federal investigators have been on the scene of. Wednesday's crash of a vintage World War two bomber at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut seven people were killed and seven others injured national transportation safety board member Jennifer hummadi says the first word of trouble came from one of the pilots who indicated there may have been engine trouble we are aware that the pilot radioed air traffic control and stated there was an issue with one of the engines we identified that engine in the wreckage and we secured it for further examination both pilots were killed in the fiery crash just after takeoff. from Bradley International Airport fourteen miles north of Hartford part of the investigation will focus on witness reports that work was being done on one or two of the engines prior to take off. a year and a half long experimental on fourteenth street is under way after getting into gear at six AM when WCBS reporter Marla diamond says a mile long stretch was transformed into a thorough fair to the cross town M. fourteen bus electronic signs posted on the far west side and four east side asked drivers to exit at nine and third avenues Arthur Kleinman from the East Village drives but likes the change so congested people double fault trouble pop some time and the the only one who would be affected I think is the store owners and the parking garage managers like ari who stood at the top of the ramp unsure what to.
"hummadi" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And other emergency missions nuisance as president Donald Trump should be focused on the quote real threats of wild fires earthquakes and other natural or man made disasters more information about the deadly dive boat fire starting to emerge KCBS is Curtis Kim says the surviving members are telling of a failed rescue attempt as the national transportation safety board continues to interview the surviving crew members they are telling stories of how they tried in vain to rescue the people trapped in the lowest level of the boat NTSB board member Jennifer hummadi says the survivors just couldn't get to them they saw flames they knew the passengers were in the galley I mean there in the passenger compartment the bunk room right there in the bunk rooms of course you know their efforts were to try to get to them and they could not get through the windows one crew member broke a leg while jumping on the deck in the failed rescue after their unsuccessful attempt to save the thirty four occupants the five surviving crew members abandoned ship by jumping into the water some crew members came back in a skiff but could not find any survivors it's also being revealed the owners of the dive boat have filed a lawsuit to avoid liability in the case under a civil pre war provision of maritime law saying the boat with see where the and properly equipped the owners hope to avoid damages in San Francisco. Kurdistan KCBS CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman has even more information from Santa Barbara the Los Angeles Times reports that when the conception caught fire there was no night watchman looking out for possible dangers and problems including fires boats like the conception are required to have at least one crew member awake at all hours roaming the boat this as a safety measure the times quoting law enforcement sources says that when the fire broke out at around three o'clock in the morning no crew member was taking on that role Steve Futterman CBS news Santa Barbara California coming up on KCBS Annalisa call Ross in Oakland prosecutors are evaluating their case against go ship warehouse master tenant Derek I'll mana after a jury was unable to reach a verdict in his manslaughter.
"hummadi" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Reporters covering the go ship for house fire trial today defended Max Harris was acquitted of thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter the jury failed to reach a verdict regarding Derek elementa KCBS is Holly Quan recalls her initial reactions in covering the trial and the fire itself on December second twenty sixteen I remember being stunned at how somber and serious the fire officials worry that morning after because clearly you could tell that this wasn't just a warehouse fire although based on the destruction you knew that it had to be an inferno inside. at that time we didn't know how many victims there would be or how they were able to get out each day the fire officials what update us on the number of bodies found they set up a tent outside the entrance and we're very respectful when they brought out remains it was really hard for a lot of those firefighters some of them were rookies and this was their first big incident and it affected those respondents deeply makeshift memorials remain to this day at the scene of the burned out warehouse in the Fruitvale district of Oakland more information emerges about the scuba boat fire on Monday morning off the coast to Santa Barbara KCBS is Curtis Kim said the surviving crew members tell the story of a failed rescue attempt as the national transportation safety board continues to interview the surviving crew members they are telling stories of how they tried in vain to rescue the people trapped in the lowest level of the boat NTSB board member Jennifer hummadi says the survivors just couldn't get to them they saw flames they know the passengers were in the galley I mean there in the passenger compartment the program right there in the bunk rooms of course you know their efforts were to try to get to them and they could not get through the windows one crew member broke a leg while jumping onto the deck in the failed rescue after their unsuccessful attempt to save the thirty four occupants the five surviving crew members abandoned ship by jumping into the water some crew members came back in a skiff but could not find any survivors it's also being reviewed. is this a flex covered so many people say that small businesses are the backbone of the economy it is true that was something about the type of small business you would like to open up I know for me it would definitely be in the company of America is committed.
"hummadi" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Member Jennifer hummadi says they're already formulating a list of people they want to question the surviving crew members we're going to want to interview the companies that were involved will want to interview for example the first responders certainly the Coast Guard and others there are key areas investigators plan to drill down on in order to get answers we look at the vessel we look at the crew the operations and we look at the environment in which they're operating the NTSB thinks they should have all the answers they need within the next ten days in Santa Barbara paid them a three okay and extend seventy newsradio we're gonna go to Norwalk ease one of five before the six of I'm gonna crash blocking the middling about two miles a slowing there and Blu ray us south fifty seven at Lambert road and overturned rate blocking the all Lambert offramp that's been a problem for a while sick alert we're gonna get you some alternates on that are high in the sky is up for you he's coming along at seven fifteen it is seven just getting into the new school year in a lot of parents are already worried about another stressful year for their kids with homework struggles and under achievement it's Vicki Moore and last school year academic struggles difficulty focusing and negative reports from the school not only affected you probably left a child frustrated and discouraged parents that does not have to be the case this year and you may not have to put your child on drugs the dry. institute of behavioral medicine successful non drug treatment program for ADD ADHD and autism enables.
"hummadi" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Creating a ministry of truth freedom to say to plus two equals for ya that's it anything is the holding of this hall if the buses mom fool the fine in hummadi he this was as playing random winner i didn't play mm this means syria attributed on the computer here in the hot wanna tell everybody is fees you're not going to believe what just what you just heard was the scene from nineteen eightyfour with richard burton that just popped up on my computer by itself and andy my producer 'cause i thought this was part of his montage okay we just played a montage and that's why i was that's why i was talking we're seeing andy no no no no no that's why i started talking because you know how it works is that the montages have a bed at the end of the might unite that's how we do it i talk over the music ripe and i'm thinking i'm looking over the clock in usually the countdown the montages the countdown the music bed so i know one to talk right it wasn't moving and i was hearing this scene from nineteen eightyfour and i'm thinking to myself where is this coming from that's why didn't say anything that might when is this going to stop and i notice that he just popped up on youtube i started playing if you'd stage the start of play yeah i was shocked i was shocked because i was asking siri about 1984 on the phone and she kept giving me you know i can google this reagan google that and i was just very frustrated because i just wanted to reply or do some wicketpeer read or something about 1984 and twoplustwo whose five instead i'm sure siri was trying to find a way to get to me and i don't know maybe she computer she she was communicating with the other computer in the office and just fired up this this audio fired of the video honestly i didn't even ask for it and it just popped up and started playing on the computer so what that oil it had to have happen is that siri with my phone here syria what had two of somehow communicated with the computer with little bleep some bits blips in whatever and the computer said okay i'll just put that up on the screen.
"hummadi" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Attila hummadi does we do not have anything like evan prison right there's nothing like that in america no no of course type of you at the same time we do have allegations of fake news uh of uh of uh these sort of legislate the uh the iranian legislature at the time was sort of conservative band and they sort of uh day it was the same sort of i re conservative versus liberal politics they think plagues us higher interested do you think there's anything to do with allegations of fake news and boxing with the media and the sort of systematic uh terrible repression that is ongoing in iran including the murder last week of twenty two dissidents in the imprisoning of more than a thousand o r absolutely absolutely i think that that is where it starts when you start no no it starts actually it starts with the murdering of people and the imprisoning a people have has the trump regime murdered anyone or imprison her know i i i would disagree with you on that i don't think that that that authoritarian regime to start off with murder and and you know i think it starts someone much smaller which is to de legitimize critics uh to uh to silence critics than that's a fable hitler began with brown shirts mussolini began with black sure it's khomeini began with evan prison in the execution of people i wanna give you the last thirty seconds has donald trump imprisoned anyone for their speech and donald trump has not improved anywhere from the present anyone been executed yet by donald trump regime knock on away not that we know of so we're really not very neil and hugh i will say this you know i i went on fox news.
"hummadi" Discussed on WLOB
"That vein partners part of the conservative philosophy is subsidiarity and and that means making sure that the action stays closer to home and that gives you more accountability to uh in in terms of policy now the the issue here is that you've got ill noise clearly a democratic state um but part of the reason why those uh the impact of those policies hasn't been really felt on the political class there is because part of it gets shrugged off onto taxpayers across the country through this state local tax abs uh subsidy it end limiting that means that there's going to be more accountability for people who are raising taxes in your state because people are going to end up paying them more than they did in the past asked and so it in the short run yes uh but it is true here in minnesota to believe me i have the same issue here in minnesota and in california were in front but in order to get those policies changed you have to have that impact on this in a subsidiary fashion so that subsidiarity can actually work i mean that's part of what this is and as a as a conservative it's hard to justify uh having people in florida subsidize the taxes a people in illinois people in florida don't have an income tax they have voted against having an income tax and why these should be helio pay anka krahn noise on it with only rich people who who who get hurt by the i'd like hummadi to acknowledge that it's not it's not the hoover richman of people who have their clinic national that that are the only ones hurt by this i think that that's a very valid point chris and i appreciate you coming on here to make that because i do think that there's a very valid point but the only way that we're going to get that fix the omon we're going to get that change is to make the people who pass those policies feel the pain of those policies and that means holding people in illinois accountable for the high tax rates they're holding people in california accountable for the high tax rates there and holing people in new york accountable for the high tax rates there that's what andrew cuomo was afraid of is holding people accountable in new york for those high tax rates in this a.
"hummadi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The network for an entire week five shells live and then the bashes on the fourth at the event center across the street from the di it's right category walk across the street in your at the bash you're also fifty steps from the kiosk so you can bet in game during the super bowl spend a week with me or the weekend of the super bowl weekend in vegas trust me i guarantee you it will be more fun in vegas than in minnesota tell mafia i mean for crisex it is better vegas is better vegas is the best for the super bowl it's not give me a typical vegas gorgeous weather expect but in our bigoted 60s better than minnesota monastery right we believe that game before seventy degrees right it's and i can tell you parties minnesota and if you do seventy freezin' outside allow there's no point going after come party with us right all right so what else am i getting abashed february twenty eight on 14 straight at the uh one of these days i remember that aim at a bar offside tavern offside yes the offside tavern is the hummadi i'll see podcasts live show february tori fourth as a ways off hobart iin a promotional mode here in our own crowd expect come up he are a genius when it comes to promoting we always promote ahead of time for everything aiming us uh that i'm forgetting i don't think so oh uh the the radiocom uh as cbs sports app and the apple music that's how you can listen to the show have you don't get the station or affiliate where you.
"hummadi" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"Now back to our program the loan welcome back to the tag zone i am all hummadi his lane and thank you so much for having me back after the break i mean he could win gavin coffee and never came back when a glad glad that you came back remember you can always connect with me at all hummadi is lane that com will love to hear from you would love to connect with you and you can follow me voyeurism updates on social media and let's let's been gone on in the tech world while i recently got back from vegas a few weeks back and i saw one of the coolest things i have ever witnessed in my life you are noted was check all right here that was simply awesomeness in all the spurs have right there it's algamaa at the morals avenger station in las vegas at treasure island resort casino while i got a chance to the tour the facility it is like just it's like you in in a in a in a vengeance movie i mean holck iron man they have a lot of different um i'm costumes there that that are from the actual the actual actual movie so it was awesome i got a chance to get in contact with a cheryl over this cheryl i runs the pr department in a a practically begged her as it sure you've gotta let me come in check it out i want to find out all about the technology there in sheryl was also gracious she put me in contact with the chief technology officer over there michael maddix get a chance to chat with michael about this awesomeness of technology check it out right so michael talk about the technology that it's on display at this exemption and that she's the put all this together okay vervet the we tried to use everything was cutting edge mixed with things that we know were trying through um because you wanna give everybody this experience of something new exciting that may not had anywhere else though in an tecnology always comes the new bucks so you wanna mix that with things that are old and rhythm like dumb i are and we used connects on exports to make the ants move around and react to your body and stuff like that um transparent lcd screens tv information but as well as you can see through and see the actual cost him from the movies in the artefacts.
"hummadi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"He also told our undercover journalist a bizarre story about a very personal connection to a very newsworthy person a story that if true is an undeniable conflict of interest for the times men want to help call mm how'd you be combing we're here in the campaign he's your godfather how does that in a hot but you heard that right dude it claims to be the godson of controversyl former fbi director james comey the guy president trump fired in may we looked something chrome legs assessments hearing or told me gary there wasn't i should have review yeah creanga knack i assume data about holly in the fbi and he told me it wasn't true so i mean how much of hummadi life well what's going on why i mean why would you i about that why would you lied about kony.
"hummadi" Discussed on KELO
"1079 separate 21 cloudy skies fifty six plumped him to the great gulf rachel just ahead what's your brief we'll get the it's your chance open phones your chance to weigh in on what's going on what's your it beef coming out if you're just joining us this morning agrees get your thoughts on this task force that speeding there weighing the future of the usp law school how closely following this talking about potentially moving the dortha considering options and one of them would be potentially moving the us the law school trump per million falls and too many members talked about marine the internship opportunities young law firms here and the larger city you belief that of that would attract more students who will attract more faculty anwander i've always wondered hummadi wished he faculty live imson falls anyway i wonder how many commute from sioux falls teuber million i'd be curious to know as all the commute on a daily basis i lease for me but i don't people who drive that far further every day i've always bench interesting i just i guess i've never i'm just using a little bit here this morning um and then there are pretty strong arguments also lead the school ember million politically speaking you can imagine there would be challenges too moving this rule the super bowl and i think the un just vermillion losing the school which i'm sure they would feel which which they would not wish to see any way i always wonder about the super bowls the anti super bowls and across the state and how it plays out when we time when we discuss these issues how much does it anti super bowl sediment kenneth factory in too and i think it's i mean it's a legitimate conversation they have an say suit falls has already got so much now we're going to blow the laws school the super bowl i understand why people might be a little sour about that i'm just curious as to where iraq again i don't feel like i've got a horse in this one way or the other down attended the usd law school i undergraduate of usd jumped zero it was a mass communication student at the.
"hummadi" Discussed on WLAC
"You join us on tomorrow's uh broadcast i give you this before we break every record has been destroyed or falsified every book has been rewritten every picture has been repainted every statue in st building has been renamed every date has been altered and that process is continuing day by day in minute by minute history has stopped nothing exist except the endless present in which the party is always right nineteen eightyfour george orwell think about fat as we watch statues pulled down by mobs by ma this is the glenn beck program mercury hey it's glenn beck on nashville's news fifteen ten w lac mm good morning we've had trouble god's neurons 24 event has slammed the traffic here get everything cleared out to get a twenty four westbound near belle road left lane of traffic is a blog and then one twenty four westbound lanes on the right shoulder to they just did an all stopped hummadi said ask my taxes little heavier than most as what's going on here and twenty four westbound play bellen hey wet how many of the it trapping jordan news radio fifteen ten wctc forecast on the accurate weather center couple of showers not out of the question this afternoon otherwise partly cloudy not a your high clouds tonight an early shower loose 76 thursday sunshine's of the forecast highs near 90 friday partly cloudy skies don powered by the accurate mortgage group richard weather give the weather channel.
"hummadi" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The way just occurred to me something you you know who broke the story about the blumenthal's uh stolen valor the failing new york times yeah but but again in a right now we've got beat his too many issues out there that just need a focus and we keep young getting involved in these tit for tat which now i understand his point of view i don't disagree with him i don't disagree with how disruptive it is put in a do things and and and then maybe you can at least change of some of the news cycle me gives you can't allied lives i some some of the things you are working i mean like today miami for instance crop that sanctuary city status i mean officially dropped that they had they said they were going to do it before we that's a that's a victory no that's that's a great victory so lifts applaud it and let's tweet about that you know well miami that iranian iv tweets the stock market's at all times high in the end they say all will it's only a handful of stocks and then they say oh but it's all your 47 percent are the american people don't have any money in the equities and i'll let me that's a that's be asked what he's got a tac the tax problem he's got attacked you know some of the issues rely on tuesday that he will he linked the senate that go on recess for a month i mean that's that's disgraceful i i agree but you know he he redirects the conversation away from important issues and takes away a lot of the time and the energy and the air in the room and i think he's gotta stop that even even though it's it's somewhat diminished over the last three or four days um it still has to stop hummadi did he do how many did he do how many tweets thief did he do today steve defigured others like a dozen of m a dozen and they're just go all through the day yes so like in other words he just you know goes down to breakfast at his golf club legislate there watching tv and rifle and after weeks probably delivered the new york times and the pa does the and the wall street journal blumenthal went went on cnn to sell that's what the.