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"jeffersonville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"One of the two, Okay, or both. Happy birthday. I got a happy birthday. Oh, Is it your birthday? No. She's 106 years old and you've been honor. What Yes. You have been on her. She was 16 at the time, Right? Probably. Maybe 106 years old, The belle of Louisville, The belle of Oh, way We're going back to Jim borders. We look, we've all been on her. Yeah, who hasn't? She started. Her name was idle Wind or Idlewild. Sorry I don't want And then she became that was her maiden name. And then she became the bell in 1962 when the city of Louisville or Jefferson County, whoever bought her probably for a couple of bucks and turned her into the Belle of Louisville, which every school kid in the seventies and eighties did a little field trip on the bell of Louisville. When I lived at the harbors in Jeffersonville when I was 24 years old, and it was just a dent event of like an opium den. Oh, my God, and it had the great thing about the harbor's there in Jeffersonville. It's that big, pink condo gigantic 11 story thing. Right next night. That's that's the best view. It's the best view by a wide margin, and the balconies are about half the size of your apartment. So it's just like you. You know you want to be outside all the time looking at the view. So every morning I wake up to an afternoon drive, so it means that I'll be until like one in the afternoon. It was a tough, tough gig like in the nineties, Esso I would get up in that roll out there in the little lunch or whatever on the balcony, and they got the guy would play the The organ, this stone and the steam organ because it's up steam powered paddle wheel, so they powered the organ. He was up that bit about the that the circus thing. But he would play that that organ every day. And on a beautiful day, downtown Louisville It was kind of cool. There It is. Every morning. Yeah, but this is like, two minutes, Max. Yeah, And then you think Okay, Where can I attach the rope on my balcony? Wasn't that bad? So you would play for.
"jeffersonville" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To Jeffersonville Light rain 71 degrees in Cincinnati that fatal shooting near Rutgers University is not believed to be tied to the college. Now, however, two men are dead. Six others hurt in that nearby neighborhood of New Brunswick. The secretary of state here in Ohio, is appealing the ruling that allows Ohioans to request absentee ballots by email or fax. Frankly, Rose believes that doing so online would open it up to hackers. A new information this morning, a medical emergency said to have caused that multi vehicle accident yesterday, Rodney Schwartz apparently suffered a seizure and lost control of his 2007 Ford Explorer as it was traveling east on 2 75 in the Loveland area. 51 year old Go Shin Man crossed into the westbound lanes, and by the time it was all over Hamilton County Sheriff's Office says he struck four cars driven by women, one of them trapped in seriously injured the sheriff's offices. All the drivers except Schwartz were wearing seatbelts. Schwartz escaped serious injury and speed and impairment or not believed to have been factors and the wrecks that occurred between Loveland Madeira and Montgomery roads. Shutting down the westbound lanes for about 2.5 hours Saturday morning. Matt Reese News radio 700 WLW news radio 700 WLW sport Bangles say they do have something planned before the kickoff of today season opener against the Chargers, much like we saw before Thursday's NFL game, the Bengals plan to deliver.
"jeffersonville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"And we're excited about it because a lot of fun and and cable different because like I said the kids are eager to get out the parents and in some cases back to work and looking for some a babysitter to watch your kids accounts from from ages five to sixteen boys and girls and two three from nine to three PM drop off is at eight AM and they'll be in a very safe sound very healthy environment and and all Mustapha good they've been with me for a long time and I've been to a camp of eighty six right and the very first camp that I did was after the championship in eighty six and Wiley and I did our very first camp together in high school and we had thirty kids and here we are back at it again the first time we've been together and doing a camp in years but at the same time we we're looking towards getting the kids out and let's have some fun and a doctor who can afford it you know get my email address and we'll work something out to get that man and more parking with the mayor by New Albany and I'll be doing three camps on behalf of the city of Louisville but I do it the community centers I take my campus to the community centers because some kids don't have transportation I do too weak for that with a new one week on behalf of mayor of Jeffersonville as well so we we we you know we do our camp but also we want to get back and get the kids out we'll have some fun and and just continue doing what we did man back when you know you can go around us down to that Sir all right Robby appreciate glad you're doing well I got a job appreciate your seat robin Valentine gifts sales KFC yum center dot com right now there.
"jeffersonville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"First one was in Jeffersonville where Indiana state police were involved in an officer involved shooting about one o'clock this morning a middle road in Loma Vista court the trooper pulling over a car at that location driven by a woman in a male passenger was also present the violation no tail lights the trooper originally called for an EMS unit for a medical reason but a few minutes later shots were fired in the male passenger was taken to university hospital where he was pronounced dead the female driver was not injured nor was the officer it's still unclear at this point why shots were fired the investigation is ongoing on the Kentucky side of the river LMPD was involved in investigating a homicide this morning that call came in at around two o'clock in the seventy six hundred block of third street road officers arriving to find a man who had been shot he too went to university hospital was pronounced dead the homicide unit handling that investigation you know anything call the tip line at five seven four L. M. P. D. we got out of Frankfort eight get the latest on Kentucky's battle with corona virus from governor AT Bashir in his daily briefing governor Beshear reported two hundred thirty new positive cases of cope with nineteen we have lost twelve new Kentucky ends covert and nineteen and that brings our total number of folks that we have lost a two two hundred twenty four with also one probable he says one thousand six hundred seventeen people have recovered the governor also gave an update on the state's unemployment situation he says the state is now down to thirty seven thousand claims filed in March the still haven't been resolved he says eight thousand one hundred ninety eight claims need an identity verification and some have employer separation issues Suzanne Duval newsradio eight forty WHAS Kentucky and who filed for unemployment in March still having some difficulties getting their benefit say new hotline for March filers went live at seven Tuesday morning but technical problems plagued that line some people have reported that he continued to have trouble getting through to the new hotline governor shares pledged to have all of the March claims resolved by the end of the week there's a major detour on the road to higher education thanks to corona virus A. B. C.'s dari all been there with advice on that from an expert essay teas and the AC tease or a right of passage for college bound high school students except for this year because of cover nineteen are only seven S. A. T. dates officially nationally each year already three of them have been canceled so many schools are requiring the test for admission hobbies with Connie with laconic coaching which preps students for the test the first thing to do given how much destruction there's been in the testing calendar but he has this warning for students selective admissions will remain selective schools will look harder things like grades extracurricular interviews and essays Terry Alden or ABC news for more on corona virus had to be on her radio app and click on the podcast page your next news update is a date I'm will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS really thank you it's seven thirty five here at ten news radio eight forty W. H. as something that we knew and heard about but I did want to get to so serious props to Shaquille o'neal who offered to pay for the funeral of the the local football signee dexter Rentz junior Shaq told ESPN might die he will cover all funeral expenses including a horse and carriage custom made casket for rats who was shot and killed in the Saturday night in Orlando I don't know if we've had any update on that her story guys but very sad situation for this young man and his family so yeah we want to wish the best for his family as they try to go through this tragic loss and you know it's for the sake of a well you're talking this morning about you know more violence again around our area there is no Jeffersonville we've had a number of shootings that I understood that we had last month are starting to look like there is a cooling of the two thousand sixteen numbers in our city and some of its I don't think it's just related to frustration I think that that we have a gang problem.
"jeffersonville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"State police investigating officer involved shooting it happened overnight on middle road at Loma Vista court an officer with the state police conducting a traffic stop we called for an ambulance for an unrelated medical issue and within a few minutes gunfire was exchanged the person taking the university hospital and pronounced dead the officer wasn't hurt the investigation into that incident is also on going from Jeffersonville we had to Frankfort to get the latest from governor Andy Beshear in his daily briefing Tuesday governor Beshear reported two hundred thirty new positive cases and twelve new deaths bringing the death toll to two hundred twenty four he also gave an update on opening up the state unveiling a new ten point plan that aims to guide businesses as they prepare for a gradual reopening while continuing to keep workers safe just because you can doesn't mean you should unless you have what you need to make it safe the governor encouraging everyone to wear a mask in public should you if you're going to the grocery store absolutely you should just just think about it none of us know of for a symptomatic at any point which means we could be affecting the people around us he says that by may eleventh everybody working for or visiting a central business should be wearing a mask C. Sandoval newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. getting excited about the possibility of a coronavirus vaccine being ready quickly ABC Cherie Preston says you need to slow your roll so you've been reading about vaccines and some promising in the fight against covert nineteen a university study here a scholarly article there Dr Richard Besser president CEO of the Robert wood Johnson foundation and former head of the CDC says don't get too excited about any of them none of these vaccines have been used in people have been shown to be safe and effective against corona virus so I worry that some of these releases are more about stock price than they really are about science one of the human trials being done at Oxford wanting to be complete until September at the earliest Cherie Preston ABC news and we had in western Kentucky where the Marshall county high school shooting suspect has pleaded guilty Haley Hanson has that story Gabriel Parker is charged with two counts of murder and multiple counts of assault in connection to the twenty eighteen shooting at Marshall county high school two fifteen year olds Preston cope and Bailey Holt were killed appearing via Skype Parker entered a guilty plea on all counts Parker faces a life sentence for the murder charges with the possibility of parole after twenty years a sentencing date has been set for June twelfth he Lee Hanson newsradio eight forty WHAS repeating this hour's top story LMPD investigating another homicide this scene is in the seventy six hundred block of third street road for more on corona virus head to the I heart radio app and click on the podcast page your next news update is at seven I'm will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS by will Clark thank you Scott fitzgerald Toni Kroos Kentucky as morning news so we were talking about the Attorney General Daniel Cameron in his lawsuit against going to be shares of relates to church gatherings and you know it gets you thinking all right well what what church reopens while I go well my family go what kind of precautions are going to take I mean everybody's going to have the kind of difference is up on that our church is looking at maybe a staggered approach as to how we do that I assume some other churches are looking at this as well with safe distancing and all in all the of the light you know we we have a small church we're probably a little I was a lucky when I talk about yours but we have some benefits that may be a real super large church may not from the same point of distancing of those kinds of things that are probably trying to that they're all trying to figure out right now but there's a new Reuters Ipsos opinion poll out it's not just church that could be a problem a poll shows that only twenty seven percent of those question would go to a movie theater concert or live theater performance when venues open and worse for you L. U. K. I. you and others only seventeen percent of American adults right now say they would attend professional sporting events when they do re open now of course we're in kind of the subject plateau or still in the middle of being involved as a nation in a lot of hot spots and I think a lot of this will depend at this poll could change you know in two or three weeks with what we're seeing some of the other states that it kind of opened more their businesses if there's a spike one would think in those states that people will still be pretty why don't shuddered or or whatever from going out as much but if not if they sees a difference in this because we can have some lab testing going on in states like Florida Georgia and some others then I suspect that people may have a different view of that we'll have to see but I don't know I think I would be comfortable right now going to a large venue people breathing or screaming at the top of their lungs you know even **** not no and I think that that there will be the beginning of sports will be fabulous and I I think at this point everybody would be fine with that just because it would be at least L. even though you're watching on TV listen to on the radio whatever the case may be that it leaves there would be that was somewhat of a return to normal and you know that sports were back and I could live with that yeah but you know I think it's going to be awhile before were in a large scale setting which is you know it kind of makes you wonder and again the maybe maybe the tide turns and things go faster than we thought who knows I mean I'm not of us are doctors but it makes you wonder if our thing's going to turn the corner fast enough that there can be a crowded Churchill first September derby yeah yeah it's all it's all going to be a personal thing I mean it's it's hard to kind of gauge that question when people ask that question because there's so much of it as we've seen with the protests already it's all personal it's a personal some people exactly some people can feel totally confident going out there up until just recently I was comfortable not wearing a mask I now have a mask in in fact I I hang it on the rear view mirror my car when I'm driving he's kind of a symbol to others to kind of go as a reminder to go along it's it's a mask I wish I was uncomfortable wearing one for a long time and gradually at my own personal volition I got into okay I probably need to wear a mask much like we all did with covert nineteen because we all kind of laughed it off at first and thought everybody was freaking out images talking about us here I'm I'm speaking as a whole and then we all kind of get used to it so I think it's going to be a personal preference you'll see some people they're not gradually start to trickle in much like when you see the curve go down you'll start to see fans trickled back into stadiums and arenas shouldn't take time yeah end date by the way speed of Churchill Downs governor bush here addressed the possibility could they open in a couple weeks here's Andy Beshear yesterday so we're working directly with Churchill had another call with them today and I hope to have news on that tomorrow we are close they have submitted very detailed proposals they have been very willing to work with us and we're not announcing may the fourteenth or the eleventh or the or the eighteenth or the rest Intel it least tomorrow but that I that I will say it was a very like many I mentioned the the maritime manufactures yesterday had a great plan Churchill had a a great plan to that I know a lot of different people worked on and sometimes being able to see those models that somebody has put together and and may have experience with with tracks are businesses and other areas they're really helpful for us as as well right there yeah that's a governor yeah yesterday speaking and so hopefully church we can have a spring meat is safe as they possibly can of course I know that they're gonna be concerned about this and does so does say I don't know what the take is guys when it comes to the gambling and taxing on winnings and those kinds of things that have never really kept up on on that but you would have to think that at least there's got to be a trickle sum of money were missing out on there is a state but he's still been online that's that's the thing I've actually been watching just at racing will you do with this was gonna say I've actually been watching just like in like some semblance of real sports Fox Sports one and NBC sports have been running they've been racing at tracks and you can bet on him I mean you've got you know Gary Stevens been out there live having guys been out there I'm here those familiar voices in kind of I did to kind of get me in the derby spirit even though we're not going to have a derby this year just to see some sort of semblance of racism there's plenty of races to bet on it if you want to be but not him now it whether to Churchill Downs property or not that's you know those traction to be determined but now they're gonna run the Arkansas derby this weekend I mean there's gonna be plenty of horse racing in there has been plenty of horse racing in fact we joked about it on Saturday that that was actually one of the few sports that in cricket that we're going on that you could actually watch live so yeah there's there's no money thanks to Fox Sports one NBC.
Girl Scouts Donate Unsold Cookies To Frontline Workers
"And those working on the front lines of the pandemic won't be don't worry about getting their sweet fix Haley Hanson explains the girl scouts of Kentucky he had announced that staff members will start delivering free cases of their famous cookies to those working on the front lines of the health crisis over the next two days employees will be traveling to hospitals nursing homes and Kroger's cookies will be delivered in the Volvo Bowling Green Owensboro Paducah and Elizabeth town areas in Kentucky and Jeffersonville Clarksville and New Albany
"jeffersonville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Kennedy bridge coming at Jeffersonville this morning our next report in ten minutes bodiless newsradio eight forty WHAS. okay what meteorologists Mamelukes image with a look Thursday forecast to be mostly sunny less humid with highs near eighty forces shaping up to be a really nice day at Lowes dot at sixty two clear and home tonight hi little warmer tomorrow will jump to eighty eight degrees with partly cloudy sky okay just a few passing clouds as we start the weekend on Saturday with highs near eighty five looking dry in the eighties as well for Sunday at WLKY forecast I'm meteorologist novelist of it. eight sixty six at news radio eight forty WHAS our top story. Dorian taking aim at the Carolinas the wind and rain pelting Charleston ABC's Alex stone is there the streets of Charles Taylor empty windows boarded up sandbags in front of doors the gas lamps to define Charleston flickering away I found Rachel colleagues who are working around the clock at a local hospital out on a break in joining the empty streets having a little job. yeah takes away from the flat she says locals do expect Dorian to cause flooding problems here now they wait to see what Dorian has in store Alex stone ABC news Charleston and Dorian strengthening and back to a cap three storm it began breaking the southeastern seaboard early this morning tens of thousands are already without power Georges coastal islands are also at risk and those further up the coast in North Carolina are feeling the effects of the Bahamas the death toll is at least twenty the store moved across the islands is a powerful cat five storm Jerry Preston ABC news it's six oh two it news radio eight forty WHAS backing Kentucky Attorney General and gubernatorial candidates eighty Bashir proposing some pay raises for the Commonwealth teachers stop the bullying raise the pay calls for a two thousand across the board raise for Kentucky teachers it also prioritizes student loan forgiveness for teachers to stay in Kentucky the Attorney General was asked how he plans on paying for those races I tell you a couple easy things are gonna undue that'll start providing the money is we're going to undo the two hundred fifty thousand dollar raise this governor gave to one of his best friends as the head of IT here in Kentucky this year's plan would cost the state around eighty four million dollars per year he Lee Hanson news radio eight forty WHAS in other anti Bashir related news a Franklin circuit court judge has refused a request and governor Bevin to remove himself from overseeing a lawsuit over the state investigation of teacher.
"jeffersonville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Fourteen and Jeffersonville home police say over Hensley admitted to eating parts of her organs during testimony today a witness testified Blanton had mentioned previous drug use by over Hensley the statement about his criminal past and drug use led to an immediate halt to the proceedings because both sides had agreed that not be brought up Clark County prosecutor Jeremy maltose W. okay why this is better than having a verdict thrown out the last thing in the world I can do is put this family through another four or five years of delays trying to get a trial date so if I'm going to wait a week or two weeks behind schedule to get that done this summer that's fine another jury trial is set to begin September third they were serving ham and hand cuffs at the Kentucky state fair this morning gay rights activists tried to crash the country Hambrecht this but they were handcuffed and taken away by state police members of the fairness campaign show up every year pro testing what they say are discriminatory policies of the event sponsor the Kentucky farm bureau the state fair grand champion hand was auctioned at the breakfast and he said he'll give a very may the winning bid of one billion dollars was made by central bank that's a lot of money for a hand but no where near last year's record bid of two point eight billion dollars Paul miles news radio eight forty WHAS officials are trying to force prison workers to cooperate into investigations under way on the debt the financier Jeffrey Epstein about twenty prison workers have declined interviews with investigators and are getting lawyers officials are looking into how esteem was able to kill himself only a couple of weeks after a previous suicide attempt how long can you sit on a plane that's what one airline wants to find out New York to Sydney and London to Sydney nonstop sounds good until you learn how long you have to sit on the plane the proposed Qantas airlines flight would be in the air for nineteen hours to prepare and make sure the passengers can bear it what this will try a series of test flights as passengers will be monitored by a team of scientists sleep patterns and food consumption tracked and even the pilots will be observed to find out the physical and psychological impact of that long flight if all goes well regular flights would begin in twenty twenty two Dave Packard ABC news senator Mitch McConnell says he supports the protesters in Hong Kong the Kentucky Republican wrote an op ed for the Wall Street journal saying the protesters are demonstrating against the authoritarian rulers of China the Senate leader says the Chinese Communist Party is terrorizing the people of Hong Kong and though the United States continues to pursue a good relationship with China that will rely in part on the nation's treatment of Hong Kong.
"jeffersonville" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"One eight Praeger seven seven six this is resonate with you the you are you married to somebody or are you in it in a mid life crisis that is the subject of this happiness our Mary Lou Jeffersonville Indiana hi there hi Dennis hi can I first tell you that I'm listening to you as far back as religion on the line so you once lived in LA hi dear yes well you know it's interesting I I I heard about the exodus of people from LA to Jeffersonville you you're you're part of that well yes I suppose so yes I've just followed him bread most here are a lot of your book thank you yes you're welcome well we were married very young admittedly and he served in career right out of high school and then I came back and started school on the GI bill and that was wonderful but then he decided to specialize which he did which was for more well after college than medical school then four year of specialty and we need any started practicing eagerly thirty all right hold on hold on with the story I'm gonna come back to you midlife crisis putting your eggs in the career basket these are the subjects this happiness our the Dennis Prager show live from the relief factor pain free studio we're surrounded by noise boarded by information messages struggling to get attention so many ways to reach customers your message needs to cut through and stand out for the resources and know how to make it all work there's Salem surround get started with a free evaluation of your digital presence and some great ideas to increase your online visibility and revenue learn more it's around San Francisco dot com in San Francisco dot com.
"jeffersonville" Discussed on WTVN
"The Dayton radar now this very tight couplet, right here on the county border on its way toward Jeffersonville, this is a very strong storm that's holding to see that hold together in that sweep, so this one may actually end up being on the ground. It is definitely enough rotation to warrant these the tornado warning that gets us into the Jeffersonville area. This is a very strong storm and it will continue to March off to the east. And as it does, it does have the potential to drop something onto the ground. Here's the tornado warning in Jeffersonville area until twelve forty five tonight to that is going to include parts of Fayette county Clark county Greene, county and Madison County. It just sort of makes your heart drop anytime you say there's a tornado warning in green county, just because of the history there in any case, there is plenty of activity. Across central Ohio tonight. It is important to be weather aware. Here is a strengthening storm in parts of pick away county. Now, the one that is in the western portions of pick away, county, does have the potential to create a tornado ADP, Ohio. Telling us now seven thousand people are without power there about five thousand in Lima area, fifteen hundred here in central Ohio. Some of these storms combined with the lightning have been able to knock out power to thousands of people. And if you do lose power, you can only stream on our app just search for WS wiig. So if you have a tornado warning, and you're in your safe place, you might be like, why don't have access to a TV download our.
"jeffersonville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Out of Jeffersonville, and sixty five northbound still looking good from shepherds villain. Brooks up to the Snyder Freeway. No problems pants the outer loop fern valley road to the Watterson expressway ramps. Our next report in ten minutes about a yellows NewsRadio eight forty WFAN. I'm wwl Kyi meteorologist, Mamello Cevic Tuesday forecast will feature a partly sunny sky. Highs inching up towards the eighty degree Mark. Why tonight with low near sixty six but without your chance of showers and storms tomorrow, not an all day rain. Highs will be very warm, and eighty eight degrees. We'll be partly sunny Thursday is a summer, like ninety one and we'll carry that ninety degree heat into your Friday to round out the workweek. That's your wwl forecast. I'm meteorologist Mamello savage. It's fifty five at News Radio eight forty. W H AS. Our top story is overnight violence in Louisville. LAPD working at least three separate shooting scenes with five victims. One of those victims is dead shooting responded to share drive in the park hill neighborhood around two thirty this morning, officers found a man there who'd been shot. It was pronounced dead at the scene. A large crowd gathered after that shooting, and they're reviewing security footage at the housing complex. Just six minutes later to Vic. Victims showed up at saints Mary, and Elizabeth hospital, a bluegrass avenue they were later taken university hospital. Police not sure where they were actually shot at and their conditions currently unknown and a little before that at midnight. Police responded to the twenty six hundred block of lark would avenue where two more victims are taken to university hospital. They're expected to survive. No arrests have been made in any of the shootings that if you know, anything call the tip line five seven four LAPD. It's six thirty three at News Radio eight forty. W. H A, S voters have been going to the polls in parts of Kentucky for thirty four minutes. Now, Paul miles previews, this primary day, the race for the democratic nomination for governor is the top contest watch on this primary election day Andy Bashir is focused on seeding. The Republican.
"jeffersonville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Love web booming noises. But no, our furry friends to let me tell you. We have training in here feeders has plied. Here's why I wanted you in here. All my dogs have been named after Rockstars. I've got lemme now I had mic and before mic head Jagger. When fireworks went off, the first time ahead rescued Jagger fireworks going off neighborhood fourth of July. We had a glass. Port in the back. Remember, I'm a glass portion Jagger jumped through the glass, she was so freaked out. And thank God. I got nothing happened. But you don't know how your pets going to react to wild noises and thunder lemme tries to attack the funder and fireworks, but you, but you don't know, but feeders combing products to get ready for this weekend. Tell us about what we can do for pets to keep them. Calm. Okay. Well, we all know it's coming. So we've got natural remedies such as heavenly hounds, brownies which has its. It's got a very stone dog on the front. I'm going to try it. They take about thirty minutes after ingestion, and they work really well to open this. Yeah. We get off the air in thirty minutes. No, no. If you're going to eat it now because if it gets y'all loopy I want you on the air for that. Let's say, but we saw get ten minutes of lupus open. So this is the happy hounds or heavenly hound hands Browning as a calming product for for the dogs. I it doesn't have catnip in it. It's like catnip for cats though. Because my cats they get stone. They just hang out. I usually don't they? Don't mind they eat so much. They're just ownership. I've got some lazy. Can I have five cats? Yes. So they eat that cabinet by the bucket. It tastes smells like you. Don't eat it. No. Here we go ready. Yeah. Yeah. Bad taste like peanut butter. It's like a protein bar. Thank you. It does taste like a protein bar. It's not actually not bad at all for actual dogs feed based on weight. Yes. Dog food. Did you bring in come on? Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Is it like drinking and smaller people? So you can't give him the whole bar. So the other person goes did you give them the home bar? Listen, I'm going to tell you a story, a friend of mine work with gave me a brownie recently, and I slept. Great. Then that's not say. Okay. So we have the heavenly and actually pretty good for people to the heavily house, brownie scrutiny free. I just had that what else can we do what other techniques? What would I mean? There's no earmuffs for dogs or cats. There's not we have something called the thunder shirt, and it's compression therapy. So it's something that will provide. Leave and it's it works. Well, they've been doing it for a while of an autistic children. They can person here and it works. We had a dog that was terrified of thunder works. And we put the thunder shirt on him. He be passed out in his bed yet while they waited blankets now or a work for a lot of people in that in that will women some women will wear scarves at work because it makes them feel more secure or what they in simple stuff is too simple stuff. Do we also have a lot of plug ins which have fair moans in it? And those are coming as well. Mimics like the Mohme's nursing fairmont's she releases and kittens. Yeah. Well, the problem is is not just for you know, like fourth July thunder people keep blowing those things up for. Well, and I mean a lot of dogs having Zayed separation anxiety when the owners, leave thunderstorms fireworks. They're time that visits when you move anything type a change if there's a new baby that came into the household. So there's a lot of reasons dogs can have anxiety. Here's what I wanna jaw because we joke around all the time on this show. But this is really quite serious because if your dog your cat freaks out they can run there's traffic they cannot find their way back. There's really a lot of danger in this. I'm not joking around about this. And you guys actually have a new location coming in Jeffersonville. Yes. It's currently opening Jeffersonville part of on tenth street. Jeffersonville Commons and our grand opening is Thursday April eleventh in starting on April eleventh through the fourteenth, the first fifty customers every day.
"jeffersonville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"H E S our top story. A Jeffersonville police officer was taken to university hospital after being hit by a car officials said officers were sent to the area of Charlestown pike and Armstrong road Friday nights in reference to a suspicious car once officers. Arrived and got out of their patrol units. A passer bys vehicle struck the officer the officer suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the incident. The state teacher's union is reacting to the education. Commissioners demand for sick day information, the Kentucky Education Association says Wayne Lewis is using the power of his office to compile an enemies list of educators for the Bevan administration. And the tactic serves only one purpose to intimidate educators. Public employees school board members and superintendents in a statement, the K A points out that each school district determines their sick leave policies and practices in compliance with state law, Paul miles, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S governor Matt Bevin now responding to a federal judge granting the ACLU request to block the enforcement of to abortion bills in Kentucky, the ACLU sued to block house Bill five a measure that has not been signed by governor Bevin at this time in a video posted to social media last night Bevin showed the schoolhouse rock video. I'm just a Bill while the video speaks to what happens at the federal level. It works ACLU the exact same way here in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Devin said, the ACLU should have waited to file their legal challenge until the measure is actually signed into law house Bill five prevents pregnant women from boarding in a more child due to its race color disability or national origin. The Louisville man accused of fatally shooting two people at a Kroger in Jefferson town will undergo a mental evaluation. Gregory Bush was in court Friday morning police say Bush killed MAURICE Stoller and Vicki Lee Jones at the Kroger in October is charged with two counts of murder attempted murder and wanting endangerment. He also faces federal hate crime charges. Bush will be back in court in July W. Okay wise, Morgan Lintas reporting and UK basketball is set to take on Tennessee in the semifinal round of the SEC tournament the cats defeated Alabama last night, seventy three to fifty five in Nashville's Bridgestone arena Kentucky will face UT this afternoon for the third time this season UT coach Rick Barnes on the UK team. We know it's going to be a tough game. They know it is. But I think right now just both teams want to try to win. This conference champion championship is what I think really is on both people's mind game time is set for three thirty eastern dime. Your next news update is coming up at seven thirty. I'm jealous. Chance. Mid newsradio. Eight forty W H A S, Kentucky, Anna's breaking news, weather, and traffic station. Well, good morning seven. Oh, five thirty seven heading up to fifty son with increasing clouds. Tonight's got the show with you. Joe Jack in the control room mate is Kentucky and Saturday morning news. And of course, Julia Chapman, working hard in the newsroom, and it's you know. There's not enough duct tape for me. If you listen to us during the week when it comes to Frankfurt. I'm both sides. I'm serious. I mean, it's a hot mess. I don't I don't think this happens anywhere else in the country. I I'm not sure though, I haven't lived too many places. I don't think it happens on the lunacy. I guess the lunacy. Maybe if in Frankfurt was in eight it would be maybe a five or six elsewhere. I think it does. I mean, it goes down to was Adam edlund calling outweighing Louis going, she'll you're sick days days. Wayne Lewis goes, okay? Look at him, dude. I mean, it's like can we stop already? I mean, it's like, it's all Tony. And I won't go in this big grant because that told Tony that's one of my pet peeves. He does when we come on the air in the morning. It's it's like, but but it is. I mean, people it's the people have lives to live. And when you be like, I don't want to hear from the teachers. I don't want to hear from the politicians. I want to hear from the parents. And I've suggested that this station while we're doing forums. I would love for this station to put Terry Tony in that room back there in a conference room and get in the JC TA, and and get in the other players that are involved, Dr polio, etc. Or whomever you want and you're they're only to answer questions. And let's bring in some parents and let them have their say. And that's it. That's it. I don't wanna hear. I don't want political grandstanding. I don't want people like Adam eveland, go Julius days. I don't want that either. I just I want the parents to be able to I want to hear from them. You know, it's just it's insane. When you play that Julia with the governor doing his little I'm gonna run the house rock, I I like drama. Oh, so, you know, time something goes down. I just I sit at Bevan's Twitter account, and I'm just waiting on. The next video this man today. Well, and that's you know, in all fairness, it's interesting because that's that's what a lot of people. Do it President Trump's Twitter account because I think when President Obama was president. He he really there wasn't much movement in that account. I'd love to see the hits that the in between the president's and not just, you know, Trump to Obama, but I'm talking about Bush the Clinton on Twitter. Probably wasn't a thing. Like, I don't think it was the tail end. But to see that in to see the reaction, and yeah emotion creates motion. Don't get me wrong. I'm all about dialogue. I really am constructive dialogue, not unnecessary rock. Right. Dialogue. Right. And that's why I'm not gonna take sides the teacher issue. But I can see why the teachers struck when they did for maximum impact. Now, remember, if you're going to do that there's going to be you're going to have to deal with the sort of the collateral damage that goes along with it. And that's just like when you raise a stink at work, you know, pick your battles. Because if you call somebody to the carpet who's may be in a power of was it a position of power you'll have to deal with it. You know, whether you're you could be right on every level. But you're going to have you got to be willing to deal with that. So now, the teachers did this in now you have to deal with the ramifications of what comes down after that. And you have to deal with let me see you're sick days in let me see that. And and I think given from the calls we took your at the studio and the emails that Tony and I received it seemed the general the general consensus of the population was they weren't real happy with the teachers there were some that were. But there were some the general, and I think a lot of that was frustration over the fact that you don't wanna look at school like a babysitting service. However, if it's. Five in the morning, and I wake up now. I suddenly have to find day care for my kids. That's a problem. You know, some people have jobs judge. Oh, we were. We were talking at work about how we understand why they were doing it. But we also thought they kinda shot themselves in the foot for that exact reason because whatever sympathy they had during the previous sick outs. Yeah. It was gone after this one because I can't tell you how many people at work were going. Or had to call in. Or what do I do because I wasn't expecting to have to find care for my kids? It's not cheap Netanyahu. And you guys got a babysitter on the side. And let me tell you, right. And you make some good Dell. And you and you cut that with the fact that that knowledge that you're having to drop kids off places they've never been there. There's that aspect. So anyway, we'll see how it shakes out. But it's good. No, we're showing schoolhouse rock videos there in the capital. Let's show the one where that big that big federal.
"jeffersonville" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I do not have knowledge of that. No sorry. I know she did not play last week when they beat the north north western. So that'll be interesting situation with who's your basketball had worn central number one and number two. So in theory potential state championship. Caliber game, you know on the on the pairing show. We obviously spent quite a bit of time talking about sexual number ten cathedral because you know, that game Tuesday night with north central warrants central to ranked teams there that is a tremendous game. You have Lawrence north who takes on the winner of that one. So those are the three ranked teams in that sectional and their ears heritage Christian. You think about this in a sexual heritage Kristen knocked all of his favourite. But they're they're they're right where they need to be in the bottom half of the bracket. Well, yeah. And they had a big win over homestead on night. So playing playing well with the right time the Tuesday night for girls basketball, be interesting because Bedford north Morrison Jeffersonville. They also other and Belmont. And nor while I was at that game during the regular season, which was an outstanding game at Belmont one. And that rematch had a lot to say about wins that sectional you're right. Because you know, what you got teams like this squaring off against one another so early. Yeah. Why not have some great matchups in? And you're right. So you know, where you're going to be or you still figuring it out. Well, definitely gonna be cathedral. And then. We'll just see how Wednesday goes Wednesday actually, make it to a boys game, Carol, Carol. Allen county. Plays Huntington north and Huntington north been having a very good year. Carols always a strong team. So that's that'll be a boys game wins. The and then Friday just kind of see who wins. And but tomorrow is the Ray Compton bankers life house extravaganza. So I will be at bankers life Fieldhouse tomorrow, and you can get your who's your basketball magazine. At I feel Hauser who basketball magazine dot com. I have to run thank you so much for the call have a great day. We'll talk tomorrow night. Josh. Hi, everybody. Josh is a high school basketball player solid shooter. Green tea me. Hey, don't forget, my he's my son. So what does Josh do to be the best basketball player? He can be. I play tennis. Studies show that student athletes here Indiana who play more than four are more likely to accept this does more than improve Josh's condition. It gives him a fresh.
"jeffersonville" Discussed on WTVN
"Welcome back to NewsRadio six ten WTVN live coverage of the winter storm that well it wasn't. Then it was analysis really damn cold out there, man. Just Friesen got an update here on your snow -mergency levels. Franklin county, we are under a level to stow -mergency. Basically. This means road conditions are very hazardous, and you should not be driving unless absolutely necessary, and you really need to kind of think about why in the world you need to be out. In case. You're knucklehead that works in radio, and you have to drive in Delaware County level to Fairfield Fayette level twos. We've got Madison County is a level two. Pick away county is a level two richland's a level to Ross level to union level to pretty much the entire area other than really Athens. And then I've got more oh county is at a level three which means you are subject to arrest. If you're out on the roadways and just as a reminder, again tanger- outlets in Jeffersonville in sunbury. They are closed your Columbus metropolitan, libraries, close the zoos close, although good luck. While you were trying to. The zoo today, vets memorials closed Cosi is closed and also coda bus services free today for all writers because of that level to snow emergency. We do have a couple of hills snow hills out there. I'm seeing at least in Franklin county. The metro parks announced that Battelle Darby creek and CEO, grove parks. You can do some sledding or sled. Ryden dependent on how you view it. And oh dot right now has two hundred and forty drivers working twelve hour shifts throughout central Ohio. So they're getting it done, man. And as of right now, again, a piece about eight hundred people without power in and around Franklin county, which is a lot better when it was over five thousand earlier this morning. It is my pleasure. My honor to bring onto the show the guy. I am lucky and blessed enough to be able to say I get to produce. And he lets me play side kick and be as cohort on the afternoon show. The Mark blazers show Monday through Friday, three to six on this great station. The one the only it's the Mark plays her, dude. Thanks for calling in, man. I appreciate it. Absolutely, man. I don't deserve that kind of an intro. And I hope your stay in war. And I it is absolutely. Unbelievably numb outside. It's crazy. Yeah. Dude. It's like, it's it's sort of like how I feel on the inside watching most sporting events when my team's losing just numb and cold. And I'm I'm I've got nothing going on dude. So we kind of maybe I don't know if we should peek behind the curtain and let people know but last night you and I exchanged attacks message where we're kind of like, oh, man. Yeah. What a storm. Yeah. Her. Yeah. We're even exchanging Waldorf and Stadler memes from the Muppets. And then Bowden nine thirty ten o'clock when that thing switched to snowman. We got hit pretty good. I think we ended up with about four inches in Dublin. What what was it like up in blazer territory because I know you live a little north of where I do up Olen Tanzi school area. Yeah. Yeah. It was in Delaware. And it ended up. I think we ended up just over six inches here. So just a couple of more than where you're at. And we were under a level three which I didn't even realize this morning until I don't know not too long ago. You've done the exact time. But I was out. I got out pretty early started messing with the driveway such and my neighbor comes out to walk his dog. And he's like you're under a level three. I had no idea. Good thing. Because I was warming up the Jeep. I was going to try to find a place and get caught because my daughter on the heels of a birthday party yesterday. She had girls staying, and I was trying to be super dad, blah, blah, blah. But yeah, this morning it ended up being it was pretty good man with the blowing drifting up here in Delaware. It's it's it's still not the greatest out right now. I was out just a little while ago. But we got hit pretty good just a little bit a little bit harder. Probably than Dublin. Even started the show..
"jeffersonville" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Here on the tomorrow program. John and Jeffersonville Ohio. Hey, john. What's up? Yeah. Tom I had a a basically a situation that happened. And then I'd like to, you know, make MAC inclusion on and I'd like your comments, and I I did a deep dive on the Reverend Barbara sermon out of South Carolina, and he was talking about the three reconstructions that we've had in this country, and he goes back into the recipe behaves whenever they did the eighteen seventy seven compromise. And how you know they pulled out the troops out of Louisiana and South Carolina in order to let this out do what they want it again. And then it goes up into the plastic versus Ferguson separate but equal and it was eighteen ninety eight. I did. At the deep dive on all that stuff. I it just broke my heart. I mean, just to sit here and think about where we're at is a nation. And and what all you know. Worth. Thanks daren. And basically what conclusion that I came to his people who are racist if we can identify that are racist. We need to just basically not. Remove them for my life. Not communicate with him and not have anything to do with them and shame them. And that's the only thing I know how to deal with with the racism that were were experiencing. Well, and I agree John. And I think that the good news as it were is that if you look at the popular genres of of, you know, homemade YouTube videos made with camera phones phone cameras is that you know, we went through. I it was the, you know, cops killing unarmed black people mostly men, and then and then it went to know people behaving badly, you know, shouting shouting racist stuff at at bed black people by and large. You know, the the, you know, trying to have a picnic or whatever may be and then it moved to in the more recent version of this. And we've been seeing a lot of these in the last year is basically white people yelling back at other white people for being racist when they misbehave in public and. And so, you know, the genre is evolving, and I think that it's evolving in a way that reflects a broad consensus in America, at least with I think the majority of Americans along the lines of what you just laid out John that Americans are saying enough already. We you know, we s we have racist among us. We are not going to tolerate them anymore. We are going to call them out. You've got even you know, the guy who was the founder Gavin McGuinness the guy who's the founder of the proud, boys. Now in his neighborhood. They're his neighbors have signs up to say, hey, doesn't live here. And you know, suggesting that it does live in his house, and he and his wife are threatening legal action against them. They're freaking out there going around door to door begging people not to do it. I mean, you know, he's saying, oh, the proud boys is just a fraternal organization. You know, it was just a joke. I know I'm not even involved with them anymore. I mean, even the big time racists are being taken down. So I think John that we're moving in the right direction. Frankly, it's just heartbreaking that you can hate somebody. You don't even know. Yeah. The color of their skin. It just to me. I it's inexplicable. Don't get it is breathtaking John. Thanks a lot for the call Al in Beverly shores, Indiana. Hey, Al, what's on your mind today? Yes. I wanted to talk about horses in spirits. I loved your article. Can we take it back to the grant administration? Sure. But let me let me just before you continue. Let me just tell people what you're talking about. Because a lot of people are going what when when Ronald Reagan rolled out trickle down economics. The the idea of trickle down was presented as new and novel. But it actually wasn't back in the eighteen seventies eighteen eighties eighteen nineties as the oligarchy were basically taking over America along with the industrial revolution. They started promoting this idea called horse and Sparrow economics and the whole idea was back in the day. When there were a lot of horses. People knew that the sparrows love to eat love to pick the undigested seeds grain out of the horse poop that was all over the streets because everybody wrote a horseback in eighteen seventy and so what they suggested was that if you feed the horses more oats than they normally need they will put. More oats, which gives more food for the sparrows, which is going to cause the sparrows to be fat and happy and grow in population. So therefore, we should do the same thing with rich people give them more money, and they will then you know, poop that money on the rest of us Reagan. It was us and tell us that it's raining, and you know, the will all become richer back to you L. I strongly agree. I also think that grant kind of a rail because he just didn't know how to deal with the oligarchs nobody had to deal with them before you know, it was a brand new situation. Yeah. This is a illicit assessed. Grant. Who is I recall was elected president what eighteen seventy two or was it? Seventy eighteen sixty eight sixty eight coups. Remember Johnson was impeached over. Grant took over the following Presley. And then went to terms. Yeah. Then got reelected in seventy two. Yeah. And and and grant also I mean, if if you've read his his notes, his biography, and you know, his his notes on the civil war. I mean, he was a brilliant civil war tactician and military guy. But he was also a severe alcoholic. And that was the problem that really really hurt his administration was that he was drunk most of the time while he was president and it eventually killed it. I mean, you know, he died as I recall the mouth cancer. Didn't he? I don't recall. But.
"jeffersonville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"John Belsky telling us some parts of new Albany got three inches of snow through all this roads for the most part are rapidly improving Scottsdale with your Joe Giacobbe, no in the control room. It is Kentucky on a Saturday. Morning news. Stay with us as anything changes. Yeah. John Belsky saying three and a half inches of snow in Jeffersonville three inches falling in new Albany. And the roads really primarily slushy crews have been out doing a great job. Andrea Clifford telling us that they're pretty much coming along as usual some accidents along the way in and around Joe getting reports if you're heading up to Indianapolis around there, sixty five is a slow go pretty much looking at the latest on the maps once you get I want to say right right past Cruthers Ville, maybe on up to just as you get past highway fifty there and on your way to Indy. That's when it starts to slow down. Down a little bit as far as seventy one. If you're heading up seventy one towards the Cincinnati area. Just after you pass Campbell's Berg, that's where it starts to get. It starts to get a little slow it slows down there. And then if you're coming down seventy five from Cincinnati to the Lexington area, it looks like areas just just south of Crittenden on down through to. I guess you come down a little bit further. Maybe almost a Georgetown. It starts to be a slow go. But outside of that Joe saying people that are in the immediate Louisville area are flying along no problems at all doing the speed limit and just wet roadways. So stay with us here at News Radio. Eight eight forty W H S, we'll keep you posted on everything you need to know there is in addition to the weather. There is so much sports going on right now as promised let's get to some of those girls high school basketball scores last night. It was number eight highlands up ending assumption..
"jeffersonville" Discussed on Here & Now
"From NPR and WBZ are Robin young. And I'm Lisa Mullins. It's here and now federal workers across the country are feeling the impact on this thirteenth day of the government shutdown. The vast majority of government employees work outside of Washington. There are some twenty seven thousand incentive Tonio, Texas, nineteen thousand in Kansas City, and several thousand in southern Indiana in the small city of Jeffersonville Indiana, nearly two thousand people work for the census bureau about half of been furloughed. According to the American federation of government employees, local fourteen thirty eight which represents the workers, the president of that union is Victoria, Martin Batory. We understand that earlier today you had to tell more employees that they've been furloughed. How many did he speak with approximately succeed eighty total today just out of two units? What does it mean for them to be furloughed? There's a lot of uncertainty. They're not sure when they will be recalled to perform the work. So they're not going to be. Working at all for for an unknown period of time. Correct. Either until the workload is available and the recalled or until the government reopens completely when the discussions take place, and the workers are told that they're being furloughed. What's what's the reaction been like even today when when you speak to them, it's kind of a, you know, a little bit of shock. They weren't expecting it since they had previously been funded and working everyone's a little worried about their payroll, and and all those things. Well, the payroll is, of course, in issued the government pays people on a scale of GS one two GS fifteen a GS one on the lower side. You have said that the office has workers who are predominantly GS four, which means they make under forty thousand dollars a year. How do they say the shutdown will affect them financially? And for those workers have already been furloughed. How is it affecting them for those who are currently being furloughed or have been furloughed? You know, many of them are seeking unemployment compensation. You know, they're just really uncertain most of our employees don't have a lot of money in savings, and therefore many work, they live paycheck to paycheck. So they are very much concerned. You know, just recently there was one employee that we learned had received a denial from the unemployment office in Indiana. And you know, she obviously was in a an extreme panic, you know, depending on how long the shutdown last. She's unable to get to receive unemployment benefits. Then, you know, of course, her bills won't be paid came put food on the table. And it's heartbreaking and can the union do anything to help. We have a lot of programs and benefits through partners with af g e to lessen the blow in some of the areas, but you know, the unions not in a position to compensate people for their salary of. Front speaking about the census bureau, but I know that the the union represents government offices in other departments, wouldn't what others do you. Do you represent we represent the VA, of course, social security parks and recreation border patrol our ice agents bureau th prisons as well. So you name it we pretty much represent them throughout government, and what's happening in those offices well for the agencies that are funded, you know, it's business as usual for those individuals, but you know, across the agencies that are not funded. You know, we have staff going to work without pay especially our border patrol and ice and our prison staff. They're putting their lives on the line every day. And it is just unbelievable that they have to go to work wondering if they're going to. Be able to pay their bills and support their families as well. Do you know if they'll get paid eventually for this time that is dependent on whether or not congress passes a Bill that grants retroactive pay to federal employees during the shutdown, Victoria. The census comes out every ten years..
Indiana reports first hepatitis A outbreak death
"Stormy daniels is out on bail and columbus ohio arrested on a state law against patrons touching strippers during their performances she's suing president trump and her lawyer says the arrest was politically motivated setup cheers in croatia tears in england ratio wins two to one at the world cup to advance to sunday's final against france fox news fair and balanced wip see mobile news on the level of the papa john is papa john we're under sunny skies at seventy one degrees and radars clear on monument circle i'm john herrick and here's what's trending at nine oh to the hoosier who started papa john's pizza has resigned from the company's board of directors and his name has been taken down from his hometown's fueled house in southern indiana forbes says john schnatter used the n word while on a conference call with papa john's public relations firm as part of an exercise to prevent a public relations disaster schnatter grew up in jeffersonville and graduated from ball state he had given money to the jeffersonville fueled house but city leaders have taken his name off the building because of the incident two other men are being charged with murder and the death of boone county deputy jacob picket kurt darling reports john ball and john baldwin junior are the ones being charged prosecutors say ball gave anthony baumgart meth and the gun he used a shoot piggott baldwin drove the getaway car that baumgart initially fled in before taking off on foot baumgarten facing the death penalty kirk darling ninetythree wibc mobile news outbreak of hepatitis a has claimed the life in indiana i'm stan lear the state health department is saying nothing more about the case because of patient privacy law hep a is a highly contagious disease of the liver the shout break calls thousands of illnesses and multiple deaths state health commissioner chris box urges you to protect yourself by keeping your hands washed.
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"Stormy daniels was arrested in columbus ohio all performing the same act she has performed across the nation at nearly one hundred strip clubs daniels was arrested for letting patrons toucher in violation of state law have an ati went on tweet this is a setup and politically motivated it reeks of desperation we will fight all bogus charges the founder and public face of papa john's pizza john schnatter resigned as the company's chairman afterwards revealed he used the n word while on a conference call with a marketing agency and may now the city of jeffersonville indiana schnatter's hometown has removed his name from a fieldhouse jeffersonville mayor mike moore can't have it on a piece of city property especially for little kids are going to be walking into to get educated sadder came under fire last year when he said papa john's sales were heard by how the nfl handle the national anthem controversy he stepped down as ceo two months after those comments under fire for his warm embrace of russia's vladimir putin president trump jolted the nato summit wednesday by turning a spotlight on germany's ties to russia abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran reports washington is worried about the president's moves on the world stage there are republican senators are trying to stop it but they aren't going to be able to donald trump clearly wants to de emphasize america's relationship with western european allies and increase america's relationship with the kremlin that is his foreign policy term iran in brussels the new head of the addressed employees wednesday at the agency's headquarters in washington acting epa administrator andrew wheeler said he like most epa employees is there to protect the environment when president trump called me last week and asked me to take the lead he asked me to focus on three key areas he said clean up the air clean up the.