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"jack rabbit trail" Discussed on 790 KABC
"NBC. Dependable Traffic Badlands, the 60 westbound after Jack Rabbit Trail crash in the left lane. Traffic is slammed Corona on the 91 eastbound before Pierce injury crashing the car pool and two left lanes. Traffic is stopped from sixth Street and I'm hills on the 91 eastbound before the 2 41 disabled vehicle left lane blocked traffic is stopped from were Kenyan. Downtown. L A on the one Oh, one northbound before Alameda Street stall in the right lane. Stop and go from the five Hollywood is stop and go on the 101, this time south bound between Hollywood Boulevard and Mission Road that's dependable traffic. I'm Kevin Trip on Am 7 90 K. ABC. We've been hearing for a while now how everyone's taken a hit during the pandemic. You know who hasn't in a lot of cases and I do mean Lot of cases insurance companies. Some of them have no problem taking advantage of people's financial desperation. If you're in an accident, you need a lawyer with compassion for you and a passion for aggressive representation to make sure insurance companies don't take advantage of you. Clark, fielding of fielding law has been through it. He knows personally what it's like to endure multiple surgeries due to a dramatic accident professionally. He knows how hard insurance companies fight to keep every dime. Clark and the whole fielding law team has the compassion and Experience to guide you through your legal case with integrity and tenacity. If you've been in an accident, don't wait. Call Clark Fielding's direct connect for free Confidential, no obligation legal consultation for your accident or injury case. Counseling with compassion. 833 88 shark That's 833 88 shark or go to Clark. The shark law dot com This new administration is going to decimate the economy and render the dollar worthless. There's new legislation that will cost trillions. You need a hedge against inflation. It's time to learn to legally move a portion of your IRA or 41 k into real goal. Text Leo.
"jack rabbit trail" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Live on the KTs are new zap, You're breaking news and traffic. Oh, good afternoon. It's 1. 30. I'm Nyla Leon. Here's our top story. Arizona saw one of its worst fire season and history with almost a million acres burned across the state. This has been a very weak winner with 55% of the state is in the deepest level of drought, which is very unusual in the winner. Retired Forest Service fire chief Clay Templin doesn't like what he's seeing heading into the spring. The potential instantly their friend early fire season and it certainly could be another extreme season much like what we saw last year, and Templin says. People are going to have to be incredibly careful when it comes to preventing fires. More than 80% of the 2500 fires last year were caused by people. And if your president's day plans include going up North be aware that work begins today at the Grand Canyon on repairing the Cross Canyon pipeline that carries drinking water to the South rim. Hikers won't be able to use the silver Bridge across the Colorado River and water and power will be off Phantom Ranch for several days. Now, let's see how the roads are looking. Here's Larry Lewis in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center when I later we've got delays. 10 West down from 43rd Avenue over just the two of two South Mountain Freeway due to a crash here. Looks like they've got most of this moved off to the right shoulder. But initially this was blocking several lanes. Thus the back also and well, Jack Rabbit trail. You've got a collision there, and the one on one North bound and Broadway crash off, right? This report sponsored by some of male medical. The traffic's not getting any better. Neither will your erectile dysfunction or low testosterone without the help of Summit. Male medical go to summit. Male medical dot com. I'm Larry Lewis keep to our news..
"jack rabbit trail" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Says it's expected Alejandro My orcas will be confirmed Monday. Back we go to that crashed on the 91 in Corona is a big one westbound after auto center drive, he had a truck overturned from the eastbound lanes end up in the westbound lanes. It's not the fast track and two left lanes are blocked your stuff from Lincoln that's on the westbound side. He's found 91 before Auto Center That same crash blocking the fast track planes. Your stop from Green River Road in Marino Valley. The 60 westbound before Gilman Springs a crash box. The right lane. You're stop from Jack Rabbit Trail. Still tough. Go on. He won 15 North bound between Sierra Avenue and Highway 1 38 tonight in Fontana. And if you're headed through Diamond Bar, the 60 Eastbourne after Lemon Avenue. Look out for a car fire that's off to the right shoulder. Okay. A pie in the sky helps get you there. Faster on him gave Joseph we're going to have a nice weekend. That's next. Why want a plumber? Just tell me what it costs to unclog my drain over the phone. Is it that complicated? No, It's not. It makes no sense at all. They obviously have a price. Whoa! You've got a nice aroma. Who are you? Mike Diamond. The smell Good plumber. Will you tell me how much done stop my drain $99, but you haven't seen it Don't need to. Doesn't matter if it's a kitchen sink or a mainline sewer stoppage smell good plumbers there. Mike Diamond will unclog almost any train for $99. Almost. Yeah, There are a few exceptions, but you can read all about them on our website before you call. Just go to the smell good plumber dot com. Wow, You're like upfront and everything..
"jack rabbit trail" Discussed on KCRW
"All right. It is 6 19 here at KCRW. Thanks for joining us for this Friday evening edition of all things considered skies are beginning to not quite clear, but certainly the clouds are dissipating a little bit for sure and rain is Headed on its way out, headed to the East, for sure, coming up on all things considered Denzel Washington and Rami Malek, or on the trail of a serial killer in a film called The Little Things. Written and directed by John Lee Hancock, the film draws From a script that Hancock wrote nearly 30 years ago. Also ahead, you're gonna hear from the director of the A. C. L. U. S National Prison project about President Biden's executive order not to renew Justice Department contracts with private prisons. The project. According to the A C L U is does dedicated to making sure that prisons and jails comply with local and national laws to stop injustices. And later, after years of pressure, Disney getting rid of its racist depictions of indigenous people in the jungle cruise ride at its to theme parks in Florida and California. Tell you what they're gonna be up to. Over there as they make those provisions right now, look at your road's starting with Marino Valley 60 West Bad before Gilman Springs Road still have this hanging around, literally big rig went over the side. Slow traffic from Jack Rabbit Trail Silver like one on one south about its Silver Lake Boulevard. There is a stall in the middle lane there, and that's got you slowing down for about Sunset Boulevard. And in Sherman Oaks, one of what South bound at Woodman Avenue. Earlier stall has been moved from lanes and traffic is recovering from the four or five From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Elsa Chang. Joe Biden's first full week as president has been a gusher of executive orders, some big legislative proposals and a very different model of presidential leadership. NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson reports in the first week, new president set a tone with President Biden. It's been disciplined, orderly, a lot like the way he campaigned, says Barbara Perry, the director of presidential studies that Va's Miller Center, moderate liberalism, a moderate persona and personality, someone who's not a great or a tour not going to set the world on fire but is well meaning a good soul empathetic. Feels people's pain President Trump style of leadership was chaotic bent on keeping the cameras rolling and eyeballs glued to his Twitter feed. Biden is hoping that steadiness and decency do better lacking in charisma, but Just calm comforting in the Biden White House. There are lots of briefings, in fact sheets a return to what you could call regular order. Biden keeps his public appearances short. He doesn't always take questions when he does tweet. His tweets are pretty basic. Like today we rejoined the Paris climate Agreement. No caps, no exclamation points, no stoking of the culture wars and is, Biden keeps saying his top priority is to get things done for the American people today, his climate day at the White House and Which means that today is jobs Day at the White House. And just like Trump put his personal stamp on everything. Biden takes every opportunity to demonstrate that his presidency is about treating everyone with dignity. Here. He is addressing hundreds of political appointees during a virtual swearing in ceremony. If you ever worked with May and I hear you treat another colleague with disrespect Talk down to someone. I promise you. I will fire you on the spot. Another core Biden message. He prefers bipartisanship of possible and he's always open to compromise. Whether we get it all done exactly the way I want. It remains to be saved. But I'm confident that we can work our way through and Biden's Northstar unity In his definition. It's not bipartisan agreement on everything. It's just camping down the partisan Dumpster fire. All that makes it hard to demonize Biden. Although Republicans they're still trying with the same playbook they used during the campaign. Here's Florida Senator Marco Rubio. President Biden is talking like a centrist. He's using the words of the center talking about unity. He's governing like someone from the far left. Biden may not succeed in the long run, but for now he's enjoying a little honeymoon. He has an approval rating in the mid fifties, something trump never achieved in four years. Biden's challenges are daunting. Still, says David Axelrod, who was president Obama's top strategist. There is a potential upside for Biden. Great presidents emerged from great crises. This is bides opportunity. He is facing a set of circumstances that are as severe as any president since Franklin Roosevelt. Huge challenges, but also the opportunity to leave the country out of this morass. Biden success will be measured by two simple metrics. How quickly can you get the country vaccinated? How quickly can you get the economy moving again? He's trying to achieve both with a big $1.9 trillion relief plan, Axelrod says. Biden has to decide soon exactly how he'll try to get that bill through Congress. He has two competing imperatives. One is to do things quickly to get the country moving, and the second is to do them in a way that doesn't CA. Note this unity. He wants to show that he can work across the aisle. That's something that people are hungering for. And he's got the way these equities How much is cooperation worth versus speed? If he can't get Republican support in the Senate, he can pass parts of his plan with a legislative maneuver called Budget reconciliation. That would allow him to pass it with a bare majority of Democratic votes. Only. How long will he wait to make that decision doesn't sound like very long and I don't expect we'll know whether we have an agreement with what extent you know, entire package will be able to pass or not pass. Until we get right down to the very end of this process, which would be probably in a couple weeks. For Biden. This is a kind of do over. He was in the White House just five years ago, and the two big lessons his team took away from the Obama years were one. Don't wait too long to find out whether enough Republican senators will work with you and two if you want to fix an economic crisis. It's better to spend too much than too little. Now. Biden has given himself just a couple of weeks to see if he can get bipartisan buy in on his first big initiative and to decide how much of that proposal he's willing to put off for another day. Mara Liasson NPR news.
"jack rabbit trail" Discussed on KCRW
"A crash in the left lane that's got to slow from national That could be building pretty quickly and in Marino Valley 60 westbound before Gilman Springs Road, Sigalert, right lane blocked by a large pothole. You're slow from Jack Rabbit Trail. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro. And I'm Elsa Chang. These days, women make up just more than half of all medical students in the U. S. There are more than 48,000 of them now. But there was a time when that number was one. Elizabeth Blackwell entered medical school in the 18 forties. Back when bloodletting, leeches and blistering were common medical treatments. And yet the idea of a female doctor back then was outrageous. But Elizabeth Blackwell roped in her younger sister, Emily, into becoming a doctor as well. And Janice Nomura tells the story of their unusual childhood and complicated sisterhood in her new book, The Doctor's Blackwell. When we spoke, I asked Tomorrow What was so offensive back then about a woman studying medicine. The very idea of a woman sitting in a medical lecture hall studying the body in the company of men was appalling. On top of that, if you went to a medical school well equipped enough to offer cadavers for dissection, the idea of a woman with her hands on a corpse was also impossible. What self respecting woman would do that would strive for that. People thought she was either wicked or insane. Well, well, Elizabeth becomes the famous Blackwell sister. She became more famous than Emily, of course, because she was the first woman doctor, but What's interesting that you point out is Emily ends up being the better practitioner of fact, that kind of gets lost in history. How did Elizabeth and Emily Approach the practice of medicine differently. Well, Elizabeth really chose medicine not because she was drawn to medicine but because she wanted to make a point about what women were capable of. Emily, having been invited to join her, discovered that she really loved the science loved. The technique loved the innovation, loved thinking about how to make Medical health better, especially for women. Elizabeth was always oriented morte toward healing humanity than healing individual humans on then, right At the beginning of her career, she had an accident, an illness that caused her to lose one eye, which further directed her toward policy rather than practice. She was also Elizabeth. I'm speaking of She was also rigid about morality in a way like she believed that disease was the result of living a morally unclean life. Of course, this was before germ theory. I mean, were Elizabeths beliefs about the connection between health and morality considered backwards then or where they actually right in line with the popular attitudes of the day. Would say more the latter. Certainly she spent a little bit of time in Philadelphia at block Lee Almshouse, a large public hospital, which was sort of Ah, warehouse for the destitute and the prevailing wisdom in Philadelphia was, you know, that is where You ended up if you were a sinner, really that that the disease was the wages of sin. Elizabeth was right in line with that, and you know it throughout her her path. It's interesting to watch her trying to sort of navigate between The establishment thinking which she had to embrace if people were going to take her seriously and thinking about innovation and new ideas in a way that wasn't going to drive away her supporters Right. What's also interesting about both Elizabeth and Emily is that neither of them really liked people. They were both short on empathy as you right. Neither of them needed the company of many other people. How do you think that limited them as doctors? Think it limited Elizabeth more. But then again, I think you know her level of rigid idealism kept her going forward. You have to be extend extremist in a way to make the kind of change that she made. Emily. In the end, I think was a more emotionally healthy person and more connected in the end. She you know she had a female partner. She had colleagues and students who really respected her. In the 40 years that she spent running the institutions that she and Elizabeth had founded together in New York. By the time the two of them both died in 1910. Elizabeth had been back in England for 40 years, and she was more of a concept than a person to the institutions she had founded in New York. Emily was their fearless leader and her and much beloved Right? You know, One of the most fascinating things about Elizabeth that you portray in your book is The contradiction that she embodied like she was in many ways progressive right, a woman who refused to let her gender deprive her of opportunities. But She also looked down on women. Can you talk about that in your introduction to me? That's that's a central message of this story. That's absolutely relevant today. This kind of misogyny that we won't really acknowledge among feminists. I think if we were fed truth serum, we could all think of Ah moment where we might not have been as generous as we could have been. To our sisters, Um, the Blackwells were trying to make a point about what women could do in a man's world and they were very wary of any woman who might taint them by association. So this is something that we all have to look squarely at and fight against, because I think it's more prevalent than anyone wants to admit. Yeah. I mean, Elizabeth would write things these letters that you found talking about how women were gossipy. They were stupid, inane. It was just so interesting that she was talking about the gender that she was trying to prove was capable as capable as men were. All right. She really saw women as sort of enslaving themselves that it wasn't up to men to break their shackles. It was up to women to cast them off to want more to raise themselves. So because of this misogyny that Elizabeth embodied to an extent, how would you say Elizabeth Blackwell fits into the feminist movement of the mid 19th century? Yeah, it's a good question. I mean, she was very much out of step with the suffragettes the she really disagreed with the idea that the first order of business was the vote. She thought that if women were still sort of ideologically enslaved to their menfolk, giving them the vote would really only be giving more votes to the men who would tell them how to vote. And, you know, she sort of had a point there that the leaders of the women's movement, including her own sisters in law, Lucy Stone, and Antoinette Brown, who married two of her brothers really wanted to bring her in and have her, join them and lend her achievements to their cause. And she really actively resisted that. So fascinating. So ultimately what do you think? Each of the sisters Elizabeth and Emily, what do you think they each gave to the practice of medicine? Mm. I think Elizabeth is the one who kind of wrenched open the door. This idea that women belonged in the medical profession. And then Emily Is sort of the one who held it open because by running the institutions they founded for the last three or four decades of the 19th century, she really was the bridge between The outrageous idea that women could be doctors all the way to sort of 18 99 1900 when medical schools like Cornell and Johns Hopkins started admitting women As a matter of course, Elizabeth kind of stormed the.
"jack rabbit trail" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"We're also hearing from the governor after Arizona's electoral votes were objected to with claims of fraud. Katya cars Gabriel Gamino joins us with the governor's comments. That's right Job Governor do see speaking exclusively with the MIC room had to show this morning says he simply did his constitutionally job by certifying the fraud free election results. He says it those that say, otherwise, they were misleading people. Arizona's vote count was accurate, and it was on a date Do see ads that are election was secure, thanks to the states experience with mail in voting. We've been doing mail in voting since 1992. People can have confidence in our system here, but there were some Definite issues across the country. However, he says those issues were still not enough to overturn the election. Reporting live Gabriel Coming. Yoki Tr news to hear the full exclusive interview with the governor. Head to the podcast Center at K t a r dot com. Let's get an update on traffic. Now, as we head live to the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center and check in with Monica Read. Well, we have this accident in the East Valley, Jeff It's on the 101 North bound at university at the off ramp accident involving a motorcycle. That exit is closed at university That may be closed for a while while they investigate here. Go with Broadway. A real Salah Toto exit off of the North found one on one. Then on I 10 westbound. You're Jack Rabbit Trail. The right lane is black for a vehicle fire. Expect some slowing for curiosity through there at Belle and grand. We've got a collision. Who's Greenway? Instead? North bound. I 17 past six. Aleta and accident off.
Indiana teacher who tackled shooter released from hospital
"Friends and family shoop says that the number one destination for those hitting the road this weekend is las vegas a science teacher that stopped a shooting at school says he's in good condition witnesses say the shooter had two guns and scott seaman knocked them out of his hands and russell the shooter to the ground yesterday and noblesville indiana seaman who was shot three times releasing a statement to students saying you are all wonderful and i thank you for your support you are the reason i teach abc's alex perez says a female student was also shot and is in critical but stable condition traffic from your helpful socal that's going to be on the ten east at the fifty seven a crash now over to the right shoulder the it's gonna be slow for you though back to kellogg drive in marino valley some good news there sixty west after gilman springs road and earlier crash has cleared to the right shoulder traffic remains a little slow back to jack rabbit trail some slowing in hollywood one south is slow from melrose avenue to the one ten one zero one north is slow from alameda to echo park and traveling through mid city the chinese to slow from normandie avenue over to the one ten.