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"jennifer brown" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The 77 WABC sports update Another day another Yankees win Today it was a Nestor Cortes show Nestor nest actually entered the 8th inning with a no hitter before the dream came to an end with one out in the 8th inning He was pulled after the lone hit Yankees would win this game one zero and improved to an MLB best 20 and 8 record a role of this Chapman who has yet to allow a run this year closed the door in the 9th for his 7th save Yang saw number three game set with the Blue Jays tomorrow Metz off tonight Da hockey massive massive rangers game tonight The blue shirts find themselves down two to one in the series game four in Pittsburgh But we used to Ming the third string goalie for the penguins gets to start tonight If you can't do it tonight you're never gonna do it For more sports content follow 77 WABC sports on Instagram and Twitter I'd like to dino Listen to this podcast now on the red Apple podcast network Dominic Carter city hall Jennifer Brown the executive director of the New York City fire museum What does this say about how New Yorkers felt feel about the response of EMS FDNY and other essential workers Well I think we'll all remember those nightly rounds of applause for all of the first responders including members of the fire department That was really a show of support for everybody on the front lines during that time So certainly I think we'll all remember what that was like Elements of the exhibit actually speak to the public's outpouring of support and gratitude for the first responders We have some artifacts and shines that community members made and posted around different EMS stations throughout the city and things of that nature that really show the public gratitude and support Download all.

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on Shitz Grim

Shitz Grim

02:24 min | 4 months ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on Shitz Grim

"Or in their youth who have then served a long prison term and are now elderly. Okay? So they got to get special consideration for that. I guess that there is is because they were so fucked and young, they didn't know what the hell we were doing. I'm sorry. You're 24 fucking years old. Okay? What the fuck you were doing? Exactly. It's not like you were 15 year old kid. Yeah, you should still somewhat know, but your dumb ass 15 year old kid. You're a 24 year old man. I call bullshit. Yeah. Complete bullshit. Okay. And like I said, the reason I'm not for this is because the trauma. Okay? Number one, it's the trauma that they put on these kids. That is something that lasts with them for life. It affected each one differently. And the fact that they sat here and they created a fucking lull that's going to minimize sentencing. Okay, what about these people with these survivors? I feel like it's a slap in the face to them. Complete slop. So they get to live with this trauma, the rest of their lives. And so they take their last breath. But these assholes get to have a minimize sentencing and get to come up for parole. Bullshit. That is a fucked up judicial system right there. I agree. But it's California. No offense. Sorry. I love California. It's beautiful, but that judicial system right there when you were talking about people harm children, there is no sympathy. I gave no sympathy period guys. I can't stress that any further. But there are, of course, a few survivors who were also against Woods pearl guys. You have Jennifer Brown Hyde, who we previously mentioned, she opposed Woods parole. She said that, you know, he didn't make any complete amendments, you know, for the crime. He never meant it to it. And there was others also opposing Woods parole. Yeah, it survivor, Linda, Correa, you had Laura yazi, yazi fanning, excuse me. And you had a Carol Marshall, which is the mother of survival Michael Marshall, the young fortune year old man who assisted in helping all these young children flee. All right..

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"CBS is Elizabeth Palmer has reaction from those who witnessed the stampede 18 year old shul side, all people started to get squashed, he said. And when the poll You didn't open up the passageway. The walls crashed and dozens were trampled to death. Apart from those who died, at least 150 people were injured, some critically. President Biden is responding to comments made by Republican Senator Tim Scott about racism, he tells NBC's today show Think America's racist, but I think Overhang from all of the Jim Crow. And before that slavery have have had a cost coronavirus cases are on the rise in Oregon at present Providence, ST Vincent and Portland Medical Center. Dr Christine stock says vaccine hesitancy may have something to do with it. 40 and 50 year olds who are relatively young patients to be hospitalized with no underlying medical conditions, sometimes And they're fighting for their lives. Reuters is reporting. The U. S. Is sending the fines or vaccine to Mexico after a Trump administration rule barring dose exports has expired. The news agency says The company has already shipped more than 10 million doses to Mexico, making it the country's largest supplier. More and more Americans are hitting the restaurant scene once again, but they may have to wait a bit longer for a table. Many owners like Michael Ball holes at the loft in Paul's Bo Washington, says there's a worker shortage is the hardest. It is ever been in my 30 years in this industry. Find anyone to come and cook. And if you happen to be ordering chicken may be out of luck again. We love our chicken sandwiches. Countries, even running low on wings got to put that air friar to good use. There's a nationwide shortage and all things chicken chicken neck While we're craving more comfort food through the pandemic, chicken processors are having trouble hiring finding people to work. Last year, meat processing plants became hot spots for the coronavirus, with nearly 60,000 workers testing positive. Jennifer Brown. CBS News officials in Central California say they plan to draw water from distant reserves to help with drought conditions in the state Water. District spokesman Matt Keller describes the seriousness of the situation actually going.

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on Cyber Security Interviews

Cyber Security Interviews

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on Cyber Security Interviews

"You have to be an optimist to do this work great. We'll look at. And i think inherently people do want to change it. I don't i. I do wanna believe in the good of people that are not inherently hateful. They just maybe they've just been brought up in ways they just don't see see things and so few educated. They're they're willing to change. Yeah exactly i last between you if we can't figure out how to do it. I'm not sure anybody can. Jennifer greatly appreciate. Take them. i can talk about this all day. But yeah but we're can people find you online. Thank you so much. I have two books. Both you can look up on amazon and other places. You buy your books. The first one's called inclusion from two thousand seventeen second one is how to be an inclusive leader from two thousand nineteen Let's see i have a podcast called the will to change if you We we go deep on lots of diversity dimensions lot more about what i was talking about today and then on social media i am agenda around on twitter at jennifer. Brown speaks on instagram. And if you have a consulting need Please look up on jennifer brown consulting dot com and meet our amazing team and get the expert. You need don't try this at home so definitely partner with a whether it's us or somebody else get a good partner in place for your journey And i think that's all the goodies. While be sure to put all that in the show notes and again i greatly appreciate first of all your time and effort on these subjects. That are incredibly important and in taking the time to speak with my listeners. About it today awesome. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. Thank you so much for joining us today. On cybersecurity interviews. I hope that you enjoyed this interview as much as i did. Please go to cybersecurity entries dot com where you can find every episode including show notes and links each. Get there you can also find. Social media links gauges sign up for new episode notifications thanks. We'll talk soon..

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on Cyber Security Interviews

Cyber Security Interviews

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on Cyber Security Interviews

"Douglas brush in. You're listening to cybersecurity interviews. Cybersecurity interviews is the weekly podcast dedicated to digging into the minds of the influencers thought leaders in individuals who shape the cybersecurity industry. I discover what motivates them explore their journey cybersecurity and discuss what they think the industry is going to show let's listeners. Learn from the experts stories and hear their opinions on what works and doesn't in cybersecurity. Hello and welcome to episode one hundred. Sixteen of cybersecurity interviews. This is the fourth in a five part series that i'm doing on diversity equity and inclusion today. We're speaking jennifer brown. Jennifer is an award winning entrepreneur speaker diversity and inclusion consultant and author as a successful founder president and ceo jennifer brown consulting headquartered in new york city jennifer is responsible for designing workplace strategies that have been implemented by some of the biggest companies in nonprofits in the world. She has harnessed more than fourteen years of experience as a world renowned diversity and inclusion expert through consulting work keynoting in thought leadership jennifer has spoken at many top conferences and events such as the international diversity forum the global dna summit form for workplace inclusion the energy el-sisi international business and leadership conference the out and equal workplace summit emerging women as well as organizations such as the bill and melinda gates foundation the nba. Google ibm and more. She's the best selling author of inclusion diversity in the workplace in the will change and the new book how to be an inclusive leader your role in creating cultures belonging where everyone can thrive jennifer is also the host of the popular weekly. Podcast will change which uncovers true stories of diversity inclusion in this episode discussed being an ally.

Christmas trees and lights selling out amid pandemic demand

WBZ Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Christmas trees and lights selling out amid pandemic demand

"Different this year during the pandemic. One thing people are buying this year is fresh Christmas trees. Last year, more than 26 million Real trees were sold, and this year the National Christmas Tree Association expects the number to be even higher. Some lenders air worried they'll run out of trees Last spring, when the Corona virus was bad vendors ordered fewer trees and plant an operating at a slower pace. Turns out a real tree is what many want. It's created a spike in demand. 200 bucks for a 7 FT Tall tree. One family in Brooklyn paid that much to keep the tradition alive. Jennifer Brown

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on Two Christians and a Jew

Two Christians and a Jew

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on Two Christians and a Jew

"Wage welcome to to Christians in a Jew where to Christians and Jews are digging into Hebrew scriptures and we're going to see how we interpret them differently and what we can learn from one another so that we can walk with God more closely. I'm Frank Taylor, I'm Jennifer Brown Joan. I'm nervous. No, your resident Jew and it is my pleasure and privilege to introduce be one of the only tracks zeroed very excited to welcome as our first guest on two Christians in a Judy open-hearted wandering but not lost loving soul woman Tracy Tracy has a New Jersey work.

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"Now leaders are panicked because they haven't prioritized the truth about their workplace and they're in a hurry to address it and i think that that can cause some problems as well because this is something that you can't really rush through you have to do it in a certain a thoughtful and responsible way and also in a consistent way that you can sustain hello everyone welcome to the t- s best factor. Podcast for women where we talk about challenges senior female leaders face and being happy and successful at work. I'm your host. Dr sarah brown my guest today is jennifer brown. She's an award winning entrepreneur a dynamic speaker and a diversity and inclusion expert. She's the founder and ceo of jennifer brown consulting a strategic leadership and diversity consulting firm that coaches business leaders worldwide on critical issues of talent and workplace strategy. Jennifer is a passionate advocate for social equality who helps businesses foster healthier more productive workplace cultures. Her book inclusion diversity the new workplace and the will to change which came out in two thousand sixteen will inspire leadership to embrace the opportunity that diversity represents and empower advocates to drive change that resonates in today's world jennifer second how to be an inclusive leader is a shortlist. Owi l. award and nautilus book award winner in the business categories and provides a step by step god for the personal and emotional journey we must undertake to create an inclusive workplace where everyone can thrive welcome jennifer. I'm so glad to have you. I'm so glad to be here. Thank you for inviting me. So what is the biggest challenge. You're helping organizations face today and what might be the symptoms of those challenges. Yeah i think If you had asked me that question a couple of months ago my answer maybe a little bit different there. It's been a very dynamic and challenging space lately but it always has been it always has been. I mean it's the the continual conversation for years has been you know how do we attract and retain the best talent. The how does that talent then service and serve a diversifying world of customers and clients and then you know they ask me. Is it a problem that our leadership laxed diversity lacks visible and invisible diversity whether that's ethnic diversity gender diversity. Lgbtq all the other aspects and so there has been a lot of work on the part of companies that quote unquote get it for longtime to focus on representation on demographics in the workplace on inclusive cultures. Where all kinds of talent can truly thrive and that's always been the work but right now with the pandemic first and then with the black lives movement. There is a whole conversation around you. Know what is this now..

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On Boylston Street in Boston. The flyover will also honor the frontline workers who have served through the pandemic earlier than usual. You're going to start to see the Salvation Army's red kettles as holiday fundraising kicks in Theo charity says the pandemic has left the country strapped so they're starting their holiday fund raiser early. Thank you. The Salvation Army says. This will be a tough year for Bell ringers with more stores out of business. People going cashless and a nationwide coin shortage. They're expecting a 50% drop in fundraising dollars while they're projecting 100 50% increase in need this Christmas season. Jennifer Brown CBS News Rebound in the works on Wall Street were open for business. It's 9 38 We check in with Bloomberg business. Now, here's Tom Busby. Well, it's a good start to the new We Jeff a lot of optimism about fighters covert 19 vaccine being ready by the end of the year and a flurry of corporate mergers. Minutes into the new trading session, The Dalek 176 points the beaten down NASDAQ up 142. That's a gain of one and one third percent. The S and P 532 big gainer Shares of Oracle That's after outbidding Microsoft to acquire the U. S operations of the Chinese owned viral video APP. Tic TAC that deal far from done shares up about 4.5% anyway. And Amazon shares their higher announcing it plans to hire 100,000 workers in the U. S and Canada this month. Even Mohr expected ahead of the holiday rush. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on W. B Z Boston's news radio. What did he say? Complete election coverage from now.

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How 'Lose Yo Job' became a protest meme and rap hit

WBZ Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

How 'Lose Yo Job' became a protest meme and rap hit

"Of video of a woman being detained is included in a song mix that's become the latest protest anthem the videos got more than a million views on Instagram and shows Jimmy quick Charles being detained by security outside a strip club in South Carolina this one of the guards posted it because she was so good over in Seattle they use it at city hall protesters are not happy with the mayor and police use of tear gas as for Charles she's struggled with being homeless and has a young child a go fund me campaign has raised more than fifty grand to help her out Jennifer brown CBS

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Floors distance the company is encouraging users who had a confirmed case of the virus or flu symptoms to sign up for study through the Fitbit mobile app I want to ask questions and collect data to see if they can spot early warning signs of covert nineteen their goal and alert system with pre symptomatic detection to let users know before they infect others Jennifer brown CBS news claims by civil rights groups that the SAT and ACT test discriminate against minority and low income students result in a change of the university of California system is ditching those standardized tests until at least twenty twenty four at the UC schools there will be no SAT or ACT requirement any longer but Intel twenty twenty to perspective students will have the option of submitting a test score come twenty twenty three the test what no impact on getting admitted and if by twenty twenty for the UC system can't come up with a new test it believes is a better fit it says it will get rid of standardized test admission rules all together and that was ABC's Alex stone with many schools doing remote learning a Harvard student is suing the university demanding tuition be refunded after shutdowns related to the corona virus pandemic Harvard crimson reports the student filed the five million dollar class action lawsuit earlier this week the students says remote learning provided by the school has been quote subpar and that's not worth the amount of money they're paying full house actress Lori Laughlin and her fashion designer husband Mossimo G. a newly entered up guilty pleas for their participation in a college admissions bribery scheme but their fate is still undecided today was a big day in a Boston courthouse even if it was done as a zoom video conference Lori Loughlin and her husband pleaded guilty in the college admissions scandal in exchange for pleading guilty to conspiracy counts involving fraud thank you greater counts of money laundering and bribery went away and that was CBS news legal analyst Rikki Kleiman a check of traffic and weather coming up next hello my friends.

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Four o'clock this afternoon will bring you reveal heather is proud to work at Amazon during the pandemic I do believe we are essential workers I think that we are doing a lot of help elderly disabled people to check it out is the company doing enough to keep workers safe people are getting sick I've had four confirmed cases of people I work with a lot of people who have actually done so they had to go to the hospital on the next revealed again that's coming up at four o'clock this afternoon it looks like we'll have some clouds tonight with overnight lows in the fifties you're listening to KQED public radio I'm Jennifer brown this is radio lab so it is eighteen forty seven eighty seven Weiss is flummoxed he's noticed a very distressing pattern that you know there are two delivery wards in the hospital division one you have the best and the brightest male doctors in the world delivering babies division two you have female midwives he runs the numbers and finds that women giving birth in his delivery room division one die at ten times higher the rate then division two he has no idea why this would be these are supposed to be the best doctors in the world then he has an aha moment what route seems to really have made a click in place was not that the death of one of these patients but the death of one of his professors a man named Jacob Colescott hit this mentor who had taught him about medicine and how to do an autopsy how did your friends that path ology all that stuff during one on top see this professor was with a student he in the student were bent over a cadaver in the student was you know cutting open a cadaver under his guidance making some incisions and then just accidentally necked in with the knife Nick the professor yeah currently the student's hand slipped or something and he caught his professor on the fingers of the student next the professor with the knife just a tiny little scrape and then suddenly within a few days his mentor he died a terrible death what a terrible death it seemed familiar totally shattered I brooded over the case with intense emotion until suddenly a thought crossed my mind and once it became clear to me that child bed fever the fatal sickness of newborn.

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on WTOP

"The international Olympic committee in Japan announced today a one year delay of the Summer Games the world's biggest sporting event it was supposed to begin in July in Tokyo the last time the summer Olympics didn't take place nineteen forty four because of World War two those games were supposed to take place in London CBS is Jennifer brown says medical facilities in New York City are making difficult adjustments during the crisis a couple of big hospitals in New York say partners and relatives will not be allowed in the delivery room to protect against spreading the coronavirus moms and newborns Melissa trying to do is eight months along with her second child and says it's sad to think her husband will be with her during labor it's really anxiety rate and it's really scary we're hoping for the best for her really trying to stay positive doctors are suggesting the mothers use face time on their phones to keep in touch Jennifer brown CBS news advice is being given to Mexican citizens as well this is Adrienne bard in Mexico City the president of Mexico urge people to give priority to caring for the elderly that includes an increase in senior citizens pensions and sending government workers to deliver cash to seniors at home Mexico's military is stepping up its role in the crisis including the manning of some government hospitals where there may be shortages of doctors and nurses the worldwide death toll from the corona viruses now eighteen thousand and again on Wall Street the Dow having a blockbuster day going way up it closes up around two thousand points eleven percent this is CBS news brought to you by the new Capital One savor card earn four percent cash back on dining and entertainment two percent of grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases what's in your.

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on WTOP

"Your home for original reporting I'm Peter king schools out in Maryland Michigan Oregon New Mexico and one more state here CBS Jennifer brown in Ohio children the state will have an extended spring break Ohio governor Mike DeWine saying closing schools is a must to slow down the spread of the corona virus across the country so far more than ten thousand schools are closed in regions recovered nineteen continues to get worse in Portland teachers say fear an illness have taken a toll they're also starting to run out of supplies there's just a whole host of issues that also make teaching and learning very difficult right now Jennifer brown CBS news president in Congress you're still trying to come up with more specific plans and money to deal with the outbreak CBS's we Jiang is at the White House president trump said he is considering declaring a national emergency under the Stafford act which would free up more federal resources I need to do something I'll do it the race to control the coronavirus led Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to cancel next week's recess as democratic lawmakers and the administration tried to work out an emergency aid package partial ban on travel from Europe to the U. S. goes into effect tonight could more be in the works CBS is crisp and clean the state department is now urging all Americans to reconsider any travel abroad and the president was asked about the possibility of domestic flight restrictions here in the U. S. he said that's not something they've talked about yet but he didn't rule it out on wallstreet things seem to be looking up this morning Dow futures are up well over the eight hundred market S. and P. futures have been hovering around the plus one hundred mark all morning welcome news after the market's biggest one day loss since the nineteen eighty seven crash CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger it's been a staggering three weeks the Dow went from a record.

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on WTOP

"Case in president trump says he hopes travel with Europe and China can be reestablished soon but he doesn't rule out the possibility of certain restrictions in this country depending on the course of the corona viruses from areas that are very heavily infected and you have set up some areas that aren't frankly but we do need separation for a little period of time in some cases his new band affecting most of Europe was defended by vice president pence on CBS this morning this week seventy percent of the new cases were in Europe and and the increases been dramatic the CDC backed up that with a travel alert for Europe today because of the virus and has warned people at risk against global travel CBS is Wendy Gillette says all these new steps are doing little to calm investor fears stocks tanked right after the opening bell and kept on falling triggering the circuit breaker that stopped trading on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange fifteen minutes later trading resumed it's the second time this week there's been an automatic trading halt before then the circuit breaker had only been triggered once in nineteen ninety seven the Dow was down about two thousand points the cruise industry's getting swamped in the choppy economic waters kicked up by the corona virus situation CBS is Jennifer brown in recent weeks dozens of cruise passengers have been quarantined with covert nineteen now Viking in carnival's princess cruise lines are stopping plan trips eighteen ships princes sales won't be going anywhere through mid may that'll impact fifty thousand passengers daily Viking.

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Overnight the US raise tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese made goods from ten percent to twenty five percent expected to raise taxes on billions of dollars worth of items made in China, but sold in the US China says it will respond and higher tariffs on US made goods are likely regardless the president contends this is good for America. Businesses will pour back into our country. So instead of making the product it'll be the old fashioned way. The way we used to do we've made our own product. According to the consumer price index Americans will be affected by the tariffs and can't expect to pay a bit more for gas rent and healthcare, if the trade war persists, high emotion and tight security will ring the commencement exercises at the university of North Carolina, Charlotte CBS news. Jim Krasula has the story. You want to say Charlotte is holding graduation ceremonies for some five thousand students just ten days after a gunman stormed a classroom and killed two students while wounding four. Or others security will be extra tight campus. Police chief Jeff Baker, and we felt like that would be necessary. That would also make folks feel more comfortable chancellor, Philip DuBois. We'll probably have a moment of silence, the two slain students twenty one year old Riley hold in one thousand nine year old to Parlier will receive degrees in memorial. Gym chrysalis, CBS news, Greensboro, North Carolina. A teacher battling breast cancer in San Francisco has more than just your medical bills to worry about CBS news. Jennifer Brown tells us the ailing teacher is going to have to pay for the substitute filling in for her as well. It's the lawn California the pay for a substitute must come out of the teacher salary of Dave exceeded their sick days other teachers can donate their unused sick time fingers crossed that happens at Glen park elementary where this teacher works. The whole situation has gotten national attention. Because of a gofundme e set up more than thirteen thousand dollars already been raised. Jennifer Brown's CBS news governor Newsome was insane. The today speaking at the near future summit at the estan Seattle Hoya. Hotel and spa.

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Teacher with cancer forced to pay for substitute

Brett Winterble

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Teacher with cancer forced to pay for substitute

"A teacher battling breast cancer in San Francisco has more than just your medical bills to worry about CBS news. Jennifer Brown tells us the ailing teacher is going to have to pay for the substitute filling in for her as well. It's the lawn California the pay for a substitute must come out of the teacher salary of Dave exceeded their sick days other teachers can donate their unused sick time fingers crossed that happens at Glen park elementary where this teacher works. The whole situation has gotten national attention. Because of a gofundme e set up more than thirteen thousand dollars already

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Overnight the US raise tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese made goods from ten percent to twenty five percent to expected to raise taxes on billions of dollars worth of items made in China, but sold in the US China says it will respond and higher tariffs on US made goods are likely regardless the president contends this is great for America. Poor back into our country. So instead of making the product it'll be the old fashioned way. The way we used to do we've made our own product. According to the consumer price index Americans will be affected by the tariffs and can expect to pay a bit more for gas rent and healthcare, if the trade war process a teacher, battling breast cancer in San Francisco has more than just your medical bills to worry about CBS news. Jennifer Brown tells us the ailing teacher is going to have to pay for the substitute filling in for her as well. It's the in California, the pay for a substitute must come out of the teacher salary of Dave exceeded their sick days other teachers can donate their unused sick time fingers crossed that happens at Glen park elementary where this teacher works. The whole situation has gotten national attention. Because of a go fund me setup words more than thirteen thousand dollars is already been raised. Jennifer Brown's CBS news a wild scene in the waters off oceanside this morning as police rescued a screaming woman am seven sixties. Dan, noon has more. Your name. The woman was hysterically yelling,.

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"There's drugs in that is because if we're to solve all these problems. I think it begins with crappy parenting, right, and some skating, it's all about your childhood. And how you grew up that leads you to these things and a lot of cases and trying to suffocate some of the pain you have in your life shouldn't have bulk of this money be put towards mental. Hell, yeah. So, you know, I think that's a great point. And you know, the the the funding mechanism here is both the national institutes is health and substance abuse and mental health services and ministration. So it is complicated. You know, addiction is a really complicated problem, and there's many facets and for some people mental health is more or less a part of it. And so part of. What will be doing is partnering with those agencies that are providing not only substance use treatment, but also mental health treatment. Our grant also has a focus on prevention. So part of what we'll be doing is working with schools to think about prevention messaging, and how that is in the communities and supporting you know, families that have been affected either directly or indirectly by this crisis. So it's a really complicated set of issues to tackle. And and we're going to try and be as comprehensive as we as we can be. But there's there's unfortunately, not one one single issue that we can point to. But crappy parenting is a big part of it. Right. Dr. Well, you know, the environment which one lenders question definitely plays a role, but on all these people, and they get caught up in math and drugs and heroin and all these things and in you hear their story. It's tragic because they were abused or neglected or abandoned where they were young, and it all starts there. Yeah. Yeah. No. It's it's it's so complicated. And there's so much, you know, at play that affects you know, people's lives, and, you know, substance use is certainly one big fat deferral to the human condition. Dr Jennifer Brown at UC house addiction sciences center. Thanks again for the time. Appreciate and go go find an answer to this. And hopefully, we see a reduction. Do you think we ever see a win the war on opiates? I don't know how we would. You know, I it's probably not going to be perfect. But we we definitely need to do more to try and turn this crisis in our communities. So we're going to do our best. And I really appreciate you. Having me on this morning Braschi that thanks again. Thank you. All right. There you go. Yeah. Here. They okay. Sixty six million eighty seven million. We're going to do a study, and maybe we can decrease the thing in and hopefully, you do you know, you save some lives. That's a great and wonderful thing and the money will go to real science and figuring out. Why we do what we do. But I have a two ways one. Is you become swept up in something? You didn't sign up for because you didn't know and a lot of people listening have a hard time believing this. But it's true. You could take as I did opioids no problem put the bottle down when the prescriptions gone prescriptions. Gone. But there's something in a certain percentage of people chemically speaking that the opioid reacts and causes a change in brain chemistry to the point where they can't live without the drug, and you're talking about someone who just by chance has an injury accident and illness and the doctor says, okay, I'm going to prescribe these drugs is classic drugs opiates, and they wind up become addicted with the first pill, and I know there's a lot of people go on. I don't buy that. There's something else going on there. They were junkies to begin with. I knew they're up to. No, it's not the case it literally a switch that goes off. We don't know what causes if we did we probably could eliminate a huge portion of chemical dependency from an opioid related level, the other element, of course, to is people trying to escape and we escaped because of mental health something else. That's drastically underfunded in this country. Seems like when it comes to the war on drugs we've gotten so wrong for so long. We can't dig ourselves out of this whole. Sloane to hear seven hundred w w..

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"jennifer brown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer brown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Michelle Franzen ABC news with the goal of driver safety and making rural roads safer. Engineers at the university of Texas have come up with what's called a smart stop sign, and they say it can help prevent crashes. Professor Sara Ahmad helped to develop the product a signal using Pluto's our communication, and it turns on assignments the scientists can stop sign or any other silence. And for us. It was basic stuff signed a flashing beacon that flashes until the car reaches the. Stop and then passes once it passes. It turns off I'm Ed says the system can pretty much be used anywhere because it is powered by small solar panels and functions in all kinds of weather conditions taxpayers in California are footing the Bill for workers who leave their jobs without taking all of their vacation time reporter Jason cap Adonia explains more than four hundred and fifty employees is left their jobs last year in Tacoma, a six figure check the LA times is reporting that the state shelled out around three hundred million dollars for unused time off, which is a direct result of officials not enforcing a cap on vacation, a cruel. The report also states that as of two thousand seventeen say workers have piled up about three and a half billion dollars worth of Bank vacation time. Critics are calling the practice pension spy game. Apple says, it's building a new tech hub in San Diego. Twelve hundred jobs are coming with it, the mayor of San Diego, pretty pleased. There isn't a better city in the country that can offer apple talent, the infrastructure and the quality of life. Speaking of apple the CEO of. That company got some praise from President Trump this week. And that's not all apparently also got a new last name. Tim cook was sitting next to President Trump at the American workforce policy advisory board at the White House. Put a big investment country. We appreciate it very much Tim, apple Tim, cook took it in stride. It seems even changed his last name on Twitter to the apple logo before they were entertainment options like apple TV. Netflix Hulu, we visited video stores blockbuster among them right now. There are only two blockbusters left in the world. One of them though, in Perth, Australia is closing CBS's. Jennifer Brown tells us the only one left is in the Pacific northwest busters. Classic blue and yellow signs still lights up in bend, Oregon. Source such a throwback to the nineteen nineties. It's sort of a tourist destination the movie rental chain once had nine thousand stores and left a lot of sweating late return fees. Part of the reason the store and band is still going is because the area doesn't have great high speed internet making Netflix and chill kinda hard. Jennifer brown. CBS news that store in bend. Oregon has about four thousand active members, they add a couple more every day wonder, if they'll let me rent a movie with my old blockbuster card.

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