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"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Must develop and implement a health and safety policy that must include At a minimum. All employees and visitors go through a pre screening involving symptom questions and a temperature check. So get ready for that starting at noon tomorrow. I'm thinking, HB. I'm thinking any place that you go where there's people long lines out the door. Yes. So just be prepared for that. This is in addition to the mayor's previous order, which mandates that all employees and patrons were face coverings when they're in an area or performing activities, which involved close contact or proximity to others, where six feet of separation is not feasible. Once again. I wish they would leave that out. That's open to interpretation, and we know that people's interpretations are different. Yeah. All large gatherings of 100 or more people, whether indoor or outdoor are prohibited and order also prohibits social and family gatherings to no more than 10 people. Going into fourth of July weekend. I'm just hoping that people are paying attention. Because if we all do this, this might in faster yeah, and on a side note because the interim director of Metrohealth brought this up, which is really disturbing is the contact tracing process is becoming less and less effective. The fact that people who are being tested and are waiting for those test results. They're not staying isolated. They're still going out doing their normal routine. And that's contributing to the surgeon cases we're seeing. And we also talked about if you're sick. If you feel sick, Stay home. Don't you know? Go Tito try to muscle through it. It's not going to help because you might be infected. Yeah, and I can't. But the asymptomatic people that are out If you wear a mask, you don't have to worry about it. Cause if you do have it in your asymptomatic you don't know you have it. But if you wear a mask, you chances of you spreading it or a lot less. Don't muscle through for six day home that goes with any any sickness, the flu, the regular flu, we went through this. Remember when our former news director, Jim Foresight, knocked us all out. With the flu because he came and said We think we think he was patient zero was patient zero because he muscled through. He didn't want to be. You didn't want to miss work. I did hear that cough. Yeah, Yeah. God. Yes, yes, but I look, it's We don't have. We can preach this anymore, and I'm tired of preaching about where amassed social distance and wash your hands. It's that simple. It really is. If everybody does it, chances are these numbers that we're seeing jump up and we were 12,000 cases in Bear County right now. 1200 yesterday. Yeah. And I get the people don't like wearing the mask will have issues with that Their liberty their freedom, But we'll all be free to roam. Yes, it's just all collectively agree is the best approach is they're working on viruses every every hour of the day. Right now. I mean viruses that vaccines were working on vaccines every hour of the day. They're trying to get one. But that takes time. Testing has to be done. And then once they get the vaccine, is everybody gonna take it? Probably not. I can understand some apprehensions. I don't want to be the very first guy, but I'll be second. Guessed it right behind the first guy. Okay? You didn't drop dead. I'll do it. All right up next. It's those were the days brought you by brown Chevrolet. I'm beginning to believe that other than love and religion, nothing changed your life more than moving your credit score 120 points. I'm John Hope Bryant, founder chairman, CEO of Operation Hope, and We're working to expand and lift up your credit scores..

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"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

"Who drove his vehicle into dumpsters near the UCL campus and struck the student the victim was taken to hospital the driver receive non life threatening injuries and was arrested an inmate death in Stephens county the story from Jim foresight the Oklahoma state bureau of investigation is looking into an in custody death at the Stevens county jail over the weekend the sheriff's department says thirty one year old Raymond Smith was arrested Saturday for driving on a suspended license authorities say cellmates called for help after Smith began acting disoriented and he was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead a man was killed Saturday driving the wrong way on I. forty west of Weatherford the highway patrol says Robert Hicks of Blanchard collided head on with another vehicle that was then hit by a semi Hicks died at the scene the other driver was taken to hospital in critical condition and the highway patrol says seventy six year old Lauren not full of Covington died at the scene of a crash yesterday south of Agra I'm Margot Moreno in other news a double homicide in Lincoln County is being investigated by the FBI bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms and the Kickapoo tribal police the bodies were discovered after a house fire Saturday afternoon on Indian trust land in Hera a suspect was taken to a hospital the driver blamed for a three fatality crash north of admin on Christmas night is now the accidents four fatalities forty seven year old Joseph sour was taken to a hospital in critical condition and died yesterday the highway patrol says our car crossed the center line and hit a vehicle driven by seventy year old Douglas Barnes who was killed along with his fifty four year old wife Suzanne Barnes and her mother eighty three year old Madeleine Walker a thirteen year old boy from Yale has died from injuries he received in a four Wheeler accident on Christmas day he was taken to a hospital in critical condition and died yesterday authorities say the victim and a twelve year old boy were in the ATV being driven by a fifteen year old boy the.

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"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of showers eyes the mid upper seventies work forty degrees coming up wrestling by daily commentary brought you by jury guides find those were the days Oberlin College in Ohio started as the first coed institution of higher learning did you ever go to all girls school never Jerry I I can't imagine going to an all boys school that would just be weird I can't I I I just don't understand why everything wasn't just all in automatically coed got a school lot more fun well sure what did I mean I'm sure is something to look forward to and get out of bed for it definitely wasn't the reading writing arithmetic and turning seventy one years old today Ozzie Osborne is seventy one years old and I tell you last time I saw him at the Verizon at one of the oz fest it was painful watch him anymore it was just it was just god awful to watch after seeing him for so long so with Black Sabbath he does also a career in and see them and that frail and it just you know staggering around it just was not not entertaining for me I'm surprised that he actually sings live anymore a you know as does does he make does it turn around don't know I don't know for sure that he does what is that looks like he does but I like I said it was just so painful to watch him that I couldn't take it favorite all the song solo your tears no more tears I like al album I like the lab was a great album I like the blizzard of oz but I had no more tears I would have say has a special place in my heart all right coming up to the seven o'clock hour gym four sides under the weather apparently there's an epidemic yes Jim foresight will skip his commentaries this morning so we'll well guess we'll update you on the elf Louise radiothon the kicks off this Friday but here's Rush Limbaugh daily commentary brought you by juries guides a little flat George Martin St president trump's tweets which she thought were private she complained of the fort worth Texas school where.

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"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"FM fifteen eighteen there's a ten minutes away on them for ten north by between Rigsby and it been single men and a three minute delay on for ten at north bound between collaborate in band era I mean is Garcia Phanes radio two hundred W. away I this report is sponsored by will fix it got a plumbing problem will fix it saves the day and saves you money right now get fifty dollars off any plumbing service call today high around eighty degrees tomorrow's high about twenty degrees lower overnight low fifty by tomorrow only around sixteen and thanksgiving day cloudy skies upper sixties so not too bad temperature wise but a fifty fifty chance of rain we're joined now by San Antonio first news correspondent Michael Bauer Michael you weren't with his here yesterday when our news director Jim foresight talked about that this could turn out to be the biggest travel week in United States history and we just talk about the weather in San Antonio eighty today sixty tomorrow but if it does turn out to be such a big travel week it's going to be a whole lot worse for about a million or more Americans and the temperature change here in San Antonio seem like it I mean we're looking at more than fifty five million people who are said to be traveling for thanksgiving this year that's on almost five percent increase over last year and with that you're looking at tomorrow at least from the National Weather Service perspective tomorrow afternoon is being labeled right now as the worst travel period nationally with trips taking as much as get ready for this four times longer than normal major metro areas that's because you've got winter storm Dorothy that came from the west coast is settled in over Seattle yesterday drop down a bunch of damaging hail is now hovering over Denver has brought Denver to its knees as far as the airport goes over four hundred sixty flights have been canceled another hundred plus have been delayed fourteen inches of snow at fort Collins Colorado only four and a half in Denver but they are expecting another three inches so you might end up with seven and a half inches of snow in Denver Colorado with fifteen twenty eight mile per hour winds that's dangerous that's why there's flight issues there and all of that storm is heading into the Midwest so it's going to make its way up and around towards Minneapolis and shoot off to the northeast and eventually will turn into you on the east coast portion of the storms coming up from the south and be just rain and wind for the most part but that could affect the Macy's thanksgiving day parade in New York as well and and with this all the roads being shut down Colorado's department transportation indicating that they can't keep up with the snow right now so they're just doing what they can to keep as many people off the roads as possible that makes its way east it's going to be big trouble heading into all sorts of states and travel across the country where people will be driving to make their way to loved ones and it's not just making it too Charlie this point because there's another storm coming in the west coast this is winter storm Ezekiel that when you start to look at Sunday Monday Tuesday there might be more of these blizzard like conditions that will hit the Midwest.

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"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Almost as bad as the Bobby Ewing then when it when it was all a dream yeah yeah we used yeah but it was all a dream give us our they were the worst to doing that hooking it through the whole summer and then get you there let me down but I was so glad to see glorious body and even though I was like so that at the time Bobbi every time I saw him on that show all I could think of was a man from Atlantis you remember that it was a really bad yeah he was like aqua man any had these little wings on his feet there was just every time I saw that show I would go all wise a man from Atlantis there and then when you get that that was be let down but the who shot J. R. you talk about just keeping people great for an entire summer we we were talking about is in the five o'clock hour people in my family will gather around the TV to watch that yeah it was it was before DVRs and VCRs and all that that was what it was appointment viewing but you had to sit through the end yeah that theme song yeah and then shortly after that it was the next year or the year after that Miami Vice came on United then why laws to that show now I watch it now go god what a piece of crap that was but you saw those pink tee shirts white lasers you know to barely shave yeah I was double yeah good times good times by WOAI news director Jim foresight joins us at seven ten his first commentary of the morning but here's Rush Limbaugh daily com Jerry brought you by doors guns California is boring cutting.

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"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Yeah the only thing I could think of I love I knew exactly for ever got to push all the right buttons are threats Friday it really is well dates here of the house impeachment hearings get underway this morning now the coverage begins at eight o'clock or eight o'clock hour we've decided we're just gonna do we're gonna bring it to you but we're gonna bring Aegean segments Jim foresight will do is commentary day ten after that we'll get it ready for you will bring you a segmented eight twenty will bring in a segment at eight forty AM eight fifty will bring another segment and then at nine o'clock we'll go wall to wall coverage until we get tired of it or rush start look it and there's only one witness today that would be Maria von image who was the former ousted U. S. Ukraine ambassador she was fired allegedly after running afoul of trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani in this is what's going to come up today and the testimony now with one witness what expect over by noon no it's five hours the night is going to be a long time but you know what it is it's important as much as we joke about how I think it's a waste of time I think it's a waste of money there's a lot of there's a lot at stake on this thing most definitely and I think it's going to be highly emotional today today there are reports that you thought of it behind closed doors became emotional yeah it'll be very interesting to see yep so we will have it covered for you we will update you after Rush Limbaugh during during rush Limbaugh's will get you cover all day long after today's testimony concludes next hearings what happened Tuesday set to testify Jennifer Williams a state department official advising the vice president's office lieutenant colonel Alexander Veneman National Security Council staffer Kurt Volcker the former U. S. special representatives of Ukraine and Jim Morrison National Security Council staffer that's all on Tuesday and Wednesday is the big day Gordon son one of the US ambassador to the E. you will testify in the morning in the afternoon defense department official or Cooper and undersecretary of state of for political affairs David Hale then the wrap it up on Thursday with a former National Security Council staffer Fiona hill yeah leading into things giving I know around the table and talk about this to get all this done before the thanksgiving break understand that got a break coming up you got to get this in before they can take their break we'll have more on this all morning long we'll check in with course with our our designated impeachment guy that would be Michael Bowers St twenty first news national correspondent also we'll check in with bills ever the seven o'clock hour you the latest on the school shooting in California and of course Michael Palca makes his daily visit with us right now here's a fox business news.

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"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

"Six optimal tax relief and foreign tourists would avoid the area he says all of the mayors whose communities would be affected and county commissioners are opposed to the idea the house has announced a tentative schedule for its impeachment inquiry but one potential witness will not be part of the agenda you're scared today house Democrats withdrew a subpoena for former deputy national security adviser Charles Koppelman rather than waiting for a federal judge should decide if he should comply with the order or follow the white house's instructions to not cooperate a hearing is scheduled for December but Democrats are hoping to wrap up their impeachment inquiry by the end of the year in the house intelligence committee official explained to us given the schedule of our impeachment hearings of court process that leads to the dismissal of doctor Kupperman slog lawsuit would only result in delay so we have withdrawn his subpoena chairman Adam Schiff announce the next phase of the impeachment inquiry will begin next week with public testimony from ambassador bill Taylor state department deputy Assistant Secretary George can't and former Ukraine ambassador Maria von of itch Oklahoma U. S. senator James Lankford says stopping the blood thirsty violence by drug cartels must be a focus of the Mexican government there there is a reason several of the states in Mexico have the exact same rating from the state department as Yemen and Syria do because those areas of Mexico are not run by the Mexican government there run by the cartels interviewed by fox news Lankford said murders are happening every day in some parts of Mexico nine US citizens were ambushed and killed Monday on a highway in Sonora cleared here's Jim foresight a southeast Oklahoma sheriff's deputy has been cleared in the fatal shooting of a nineteen year old man who authorities say was trying to pull a gun on the deputy Pittsburgh county district attorney Charles Solomon says the October eleventh shooting of save and Roland by deputy Cody Vaughn near the town of Pittsburgh was justified Sullivan says a loaded gun was found in Roland's.

"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Joined by news director Jim foresight to explain to us just exactly what that means Charlie what a difference a couple of decades could make every member back in the nineteen nineties it was zero tolerance there was lot come up and throw away the key Texas could not build enough prisons fast enough to lock up all the people that we wanted to lock up fast forward twenty years and a lot of people are saying that that lock him up and throw away the key our procedure just doesn't work to fight crime in many cases it makes the situation worse county judge Nelson Wolff is moving toward what's called restorative justice getting away from the zero tolerance programs of the nineteen nineties and dealing with the root of the problem as opposed to just a warehousing the individuals in jail well says research has shown that these type of programs don't work to reduce crime they lied to over sentencing there frequently leading to a lot of racial disparities paid placing people in the jails and prisons who don't need to be there and above all it wastes taxpayer money that could be going to smarter law enforcement it's been estimated that that two thirds of the inmates in many urban that county jails and bear county have never been convicted of anything they've not been convicted of any crimes at all they're there because they can't make bail and we're taking a second look at that as well this involves the site in release program though we've talked a lot that has been very very well Herald which gives people a ticket as opposed to locking them up for minor offenses like possession of a joint of marijuana the county is moving away Ford toward arresting and jailing the homeless for example for property crimes there's a lot of moves that are under way and this mental health public defender program is yet another one to try to make sure that people aren't in jail because they have mental illnesses we don't put people in jail if they have physical illnesses we should not put them in jail if they are mental ill we should get them treatment and get them the help they need and this is part of a greater program that we're seeing largely all over the country just yesterday in Oklahoma we had more than five hundred people released from prison in Oklahoma who had been convicted on relatively minor charges some of them a serve twenty twenty five years in prison it was the largest mass release of inmates in U. S. history and the general feeling was these are people who did not need to be in prison it was wasting taxpayer money to put them in prison wasting otherwise perfectly good lives by having these people behind bars and the nineties are over and we're getting away from the zero tolerance program and we're definitely leading that charge in bear county all right Jim thank you very much news.

"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

"Radio X. X. Y. FM ninety six one Oklahoma City more controversy over the Oklahoma county jail good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay news that are cold wet and blustery today our forecast is coming up Oklahoma county commissioner Brian mon says he felt blindsided by Oklahoma county sheriff PD Taylor's demand that the newly created jail trust take over the Oklahoma county jail as of January first I'm not even certain that it's constitutional that he can just decide he's going to abruptly abandoned his responsibilities at the jail until the jail dressed invokes the right to take over the jail mon tells news for its childish behavior Taylor says he's lost so many employees the past few months but he can no longer operate the jail in a proper manner Oklahoma U. S. senator Jim and Hough calls it a house Democrat obsession Jim foresight explains enough support to Senate resolution condemning the house impeachment inquiry the fact that they can't even allow the president the basic rights that they've graded previous presidents like allowing the president's attorney into the room being able to but is it shows their true intentions really the plainly and clearly and even worse they're doing it all behind closed doors Oklahoma U. S. senator James Langford is also signed on to the resolution they needed one hundred seventy eight thousand signatures to put Medicaid expansion on the ballot in Oklahoma maybe bishop reports but they got a lot more than that according to amber England with the yes on eight oh do campaign you three hundred and thirteen signatures.

"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

"To our day but it'll warm up our forecast is coming up the impact of lower oil prices being felt on state tax collections here Jim foresight state treasurer Randy McDaniel says growth in the state's economy has leveled off in recent months mainly because of the decline in oil field activity in September gross production tax revenue fell by thirty percent compared to the same time last year oil prices have dropped twenty percent and the rig count plunge by thirty two percent still McDaniel says there has been a stable expansion in income motor vehicle and use tax receipts Republicans and Democrats pointing to newly released text messages sent among US officials discussing Ukraine which supporters of the president say show there was no intention of quid pro quo military aid in exchange for investigation of Biden and his son but Democrats alleged the exact opposite David spot reports in a series of encrypted text messages obtained by fox news is Mike Emanuel senior diplomats discussed in the administration suspension of military aid to Ukraine former ambassador to Ukraine bill Taylor Texas quote I think it's crazy to withhold security assistance for help with a political campaign Gordon son when the US ambassador to the U. you who contributed a million dollars to trump's inaugural fund response quote the president has been crystal clear no quid pro quos of any kind I suggest we stop the back and forth by text Sunland may be deposed by Congress in the coming weeks more vaping cases here's Beth Myers the state health department is now confirming a total of four vaping related illnesses in Oklahoma with no deaths the CDC says the number of cases nationwide continues to rise at a brisk pace with eighteen confirmed deaths and more than one thousand K.. says nearly three hundred new cases have been confirmed over the past week with several deaths still under investigation of former Weatherford resident who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about attending an al Qaeda training camp in Afghanistan hands been sentenced to nearly thirteen years in federal prison thirty five year old night eve Abdulaziz al full live just citizen of Saudi Arabia was sentenced yesterday in Oklahoma City federal court the FBI says his fingerprints were found on a training camp application recovered from an al Qaeda safehouse in Afghanistan after the nine eleven attacks Alfa lied to also allegedly applied to take lessons and a private flight school in Oklahoma lockdowns in visitation lifted at nine state minimum security prisons for minimum units and the state's only medium security women's prison movement will be controlled night the department of corrections instituted the lockdown September fifteenth after gang related fights at six prisons the Oklahoma department of public safety says the department of homeland security is giving Oklahoma until September eighteenth twenty twenty to become real ID compliant DPS officials say they plan to start issuing the compliance ID's on April thirtieth twenty twenty that means Oklahomans can continue to access federal buildings and fly on commercial airliners Congress passed the real ID act in twenty oh five to make driver's.

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"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

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"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You know just hang out the food truck they're not taking Bama in any way you can take. all the contestants. grandma and where and you know who knows that the most. I am not. all right three people shot two of them fatally river city saloon at southwest military drive early this morning Jim foresight commentary coming up at seven ten right now Rush Limbaugh brought to you by juries guns. four years public health officials and other know what all's of told Americans to stop eating so much meat they said the eating a lot of process and red meat was going to kill you heart disease cancer a slew of other health problems including some of the sea in some last Monday a group of international researchers released a new scientific analysis of meat eating and according to The New York Times what they found represents a remarkable turnabout the idea that people should eat less beef less pork less processed meat is not backed up by any credible science in other words it's bowl the scientist said that if there are any health benefits from eating less red meat they're so small that they're barely measurable a tiny blip the does not merit telling people to stop eating beef now folks how often have we been through this we were told coffee was banned force the bacon is going to kill us stay away from coconut oil brand that stuff experts hammered the public on the latest scientific research it turned out to be totally bogus this turnabout on me is not the first time it won't be the last one day I fully expect scientists to tell us that cows and cow farts have nothing to do with climate change just eat what you live your life in every nor these busy bodies who can't even live there's a right way just do what you want and enjoy it you only have one life. join me later today. twelve hundred W.. it is our honor folks to join me in.

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"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

"Another former you official targeted by a student good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Kitty okay you Sir this is Oklahoma's first new year's summer temps holding on for one more day our forecast is coming up a search warrant filed by the Oklahoma state bureau of investigation is looking for email from former university of Oklahoma vice president trip hall to and you student the warranty includes emails and social media accounts the student accuses hall of performing a sex act on the student holds attorney says the student is lying and former you president David Boren says hall was either in the hospital or bedridden at home when the student alleges the assault happened the US equal employment opportunity commission is suing a temporary staffing agency and a manufacturing facility in Norman Jim foresight has the story the EEOC alleges managers at Johnson controls fired a female employee who complained she was sexually harassed by a coworker Johnson controls manufactures rooftop air conditioning units at its Norman plant also named in the lawsuit is manpower group US which provides employees for Johnson controls the EEOC is says it seeking monetary damages enhanced anti discrimination training and the posting of notices at the work site hunter Biden's business dealings continued to pose problems for his father former BP and twenty twenty democratic presidential front runner Joe Biden and his twenty twenty campaign mark Meredith has that story hunter Biden is no stranger to controversy the focus these days is on his decision in twenty fourteen to join the board of directors of bereavement a Ukrainian natural gas company last month now candidate Biden denied any involvement in his son's affairs.

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"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jim foresight" Discussed on KTOK

"Key word talk. another former you official targeted by a student good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Kitty okay you Sir this is Oklahoma's first new year's summer temps holding on for one more day our forecast is coming up a search warrant filed by the Oklahoma state bureau of investigation is looking for email from former university of Oklahoma vice president trip hall to and you student the war it includes emails and social media accounts the student accuses hall of performing a sex act on the student holds attorney says the student is lying and former you president David Boren says hall was either in the hospital or bedridden at home when the student alleges the assault happened the U. S. equal employment opportunity commission is suing a temporary staffing agency and a manufacturing facility in Norman Jim foresight has the story the EEOC alleges managers at Johnson controls fired a female employee who complain she was sexually harassed by a coworker Johnson controls manufactures rooftop air conditioning units at its Norman plant also named in the lawsuit is manpower group US which provides employees for Johnson controls the EEOC is says it seeking monetary damages enhanced anti discrimination training and the posting of notices at the work site hunter Biden's business dealings continue to pose problems for his father former VP and twenty twenty democratic presidential front runner Joe Biden and his twenty twenty campaign mark Meredith has that story hunter Biden is no stranger to controversy the focus these days is on his decision in twenty fourteen to join the board of directors of bereavement a Ukrainian natural gas company last month now candidate Biden denied any involvement in his son's affairs.

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Charlie Parker

02:59 min | 4 years ago

Christopher Davalos, Torres And Riquet Barrera discussed on Charlie Parker

"To police as you'll recall Christopher Davalos claimed he left his car with the motor running in the doors unlocked. It a strip center parking lot off and Riquet Barrera to go into a store, and when he came back the woman who seat on the video had stolen the car and police even later released photographs taken by surveillance video of a woman carrying a car seat. But now they've determined that that was not only entirely staged. But there was a. Third person who is involved in. This who is the person who took anti Torres to the location and dropped her off. So she could walk to the car and steal the car to make all this look like this little baby was kidnapped as part of a car theft. When in reality police say now that was not the case. The police chief obviously has no time whatsoever for the Davila family at this point. You'll recall we were talking yesterday about how the family was telling anybody who would listen that the police were incompetent. They were bundling the investigation they were doing their own investigation. Trying to throw police off with fake leads. The chief said Christopher Davalos has spent more time since he's been in jail talking to the media then talking to his own detectives, and he said in very very sternly. This is a quote, he said, even if you're not directly involved in this. If you are withholding information or you have lied to the police, we will charge you at the conclusion of this investigation. So the chief has had up to here with this case, obviously this baby is in grave danger. And hopefully, we'll get to the bottom of this sometime today, but it is a very disturbing case. Dow to say the least all right news director, Jim foresight morning, commentary gyms back again at eight ten a its charity McCurdy for Belgians automotive. In temperatures are all over the place. We get into the high sixties for days, then bam. Here comes another big freeze. Don't get.

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NSA deletion of more than 685 million call records raises questions

Investing Sense

02:22 min | 4 years ago

NSA deletion of more than 685 million call records raises questions

"Newsradio twelve hundred w newsradio twelve hundred w away i news director jim forsyth is at main plaza downtown for san antonio's version of an antitrump immigration rally one of more than one hundred scheduled across the us for today jim i'm seeing signs air saying things like the united states is kidnapping children pictures of children with signs reading i'm in a baby prison and a lot of opposition to president trump a lot of people wearing t shirts reading impeach there's a sign in front of me right now united states unite families this is is a rally that is opposing the white house's zero tolerance plan toward immigrants at the border even though president trump has signed an order ending the divide the division of families a lot of these people don't believe it's happening at a lot of these people want zero tolerance to go away on main plaza jim foresights newsradio twelve hundred w police in maryland continue their probe into an attack that left five people dead in a newsroom in annapolis as a small memorial take shape outside the offices of the capital gazette newspaper in annapolis we have learned a bit more about the alleged gunman thirty eight year old jared ramos accused of gunning down five newspaper employee's in a brutal attack police today being stymied though because they say ramos is not cooperating ramos is believed to have had a long simmering feud with the newspaper and at one point he sued for defamation a case he lost was that behind this attack that terrorized not just the newspaper offices but a number of other nearby businesses and this morning rama's continues to sit in jail without bond following years of controversy and numerous missteps the national security agency is deleting millions of phone records it collected for what it says were national security reasons six hundred eighty five million call records will be erased these records the nsa collected from telecommunications companies since twenty fifteen the agency says it's due to quote technical irregularities but some speculate it might be because the program failed the data collection practice got some controversial press when former nsa contractor edward snowden leaked documents pointing to widespread government surveillance in two thousand fifteen congress passed a law saying the nsa could no longer collect call records and.

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