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"john baird" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:38 min | Last week

"john baird" Discussed on KCBS All News

"At the local library. Alice works. What could the antiviral pax lovid be effective as a treatment for long COVID? Kcbs reporter Melissa culross tells us that's what researchers at Stanford are trying to find out. Long COVID continues to be a mystery and studies suggest that anywhere from a small fraction to almost a third of people who contract COVID could end up with long-term symptoms. Right now, there is no treatment for long COVID. And if people seek care, they're asked to make sure they get plenty of rest to eat well to get some exercise, but there's no medical treatment. That Stanford infectious disease professor doctor ubi Singh, speaking on ask an expert, sing is one of the principal investigators working on a clinical trial to determine whether the antiviral packs livid could be effective against long COVID, but she says that depends on what causes those ongoing symptoms. One of the hypotheses is that there is some virus persisting somewhere in the body or portions of virus, maybe that active virus, but enough that it's activating the immune system or causing some other issues. And so with the antiviral treatment, that's really the idea that we're exploring. You can hear ask an expert weekday mornings at 9 20 on K CBS on the air and on the Odyssey app. Melissa Ross, K CBS. The young Southern California man who allegedly drove his SUV into a crowd of law enforcement recruits who were out jogging in Whittier on Wednesday morning has been released from jail at least for now and even though investigators now believe he did it deliberately. Reporter John Baird explains. Authorities thought it was an accident at first and then hours later they arrested a Diamond Bar resident 22 year old Nicholas Guterres on suspicion of attempted murder. They think he plowed into the recruits on purpose. Two of them remain in critical condition, but investigators are still working on their case to present to the DA's office and they can only hold a suspect for 48 hours so they were forced to let him go for the time being. You're going to probably see it in most circumstances. There's an accident. So an accident is not a crime. And an accident doesn't involve intent and accident involves negligence and accident involves somebody making a mistake. And intentional attempt to kill someone's different. He says when it comes to attempted murder prosecutors will have to be able to prove there was intent to kill. Regardless of how it looks, that you bust somebody and then you cut them loose and then you think you want to bust them again. Who cares? It's an investigation. We have to let it happen. The sheriff has made it clear when they finish their work, they'll go out and arrest him again. John Baird, case CBS. The jury in Harvey Weinstein's sexual abuse trial will be off for the Thanksgiving holiday before the defense begins its presentation, Margaret carrero reports, prosecutors have rested their case. All four women for whom Weinstein is facing charges have testified before the jury, one of them is governor Gavin Newsom's wife who broke down in tears on the stand earlier this week, she told jurors that she still lives with the trauma of being raped and sexually assaulted by Weinstein in a hotel room back in 2005, the governor had this to say when asked how this has impacted his family. I'm going to ask you to ask me that question when this trial is over. Because I have a lot to share. He went on to talk about his wife's grit and courage and said he couldn't be more proud of her, Weinstein is now facing 7 counts after four were dismissed because prosecutors said they were not going to proceed with the charges related to Jane Doe number 5, Weinstein pleaded not guilty to an amended indictment the defense is scheduled to begin presenting its case on November 28th, Margaret carrero, this is a test of the emergency alert system. This is only a test. Case CBS News time, one 36, we update your traffic and whether a 92nd. We are all on this planet together. So join Odyssey and find your one thing. After Halloween this year, don't throw out your jack-o'-lantern. Use it to start composting instead. Pumpkins and other gourds are perfect additions to any compost pile. Also, you can add container soil and roots from potted plants that have withered away, and if you have a garden, be sure to add garden waste from cleaning and pruning, like stems, roots, and leaves. Join Odyssey. 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"john baird" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | Last week

"john baird" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Department in Los Angeles County is releasing more information about an incident in which an SUV hit a group of police recruits as they were jogging. The sheriff indicated this could have been an accident and yet the suspect, the young man allegedly driving the SUV, identified as Nicholas Joseph Guterres has been arrested for attempted murder on peace officers, with other charges pending. Homicide investigators intend to present this case to the left. I'm just kind of district attorney's office this Friday for filing consideration. She's a deputy with the sheriff's department, detectives believe the SUV was traveling 30 to 40 miles an hour when it crossed over to the wrong side of the road and slammed into the group of about 75 recruits and then hit a pole. John Baird for CBS News, Los Angeles. Autopsies have been completed and the bodies of four university of Idaho students, they were found dead inside a rental house near campus on Sunday. They results show all of them were stabbed to death, the bodies have been released to their families, the killings have shaken people in the college town of Moscow, police say they do not yet have a suspect or a murder weapon. Twitter is continuing to bleed engineers and other staffers after its new owner, Elon Musk gave them a choice to either pledge to hardcore work or resign with severance pay, many workers signed off via internal messaging forums yesterday and on Twitter itself, it's not clear how many staffers took Moscow on the offer, the newest round of departures means the platform is continuing to lose workers just as it's gearing up for the World Cup, one of the busiest events it deals with, it can overwhelm its systems if things go haywire. Top trending stories just ahead along with all the latest

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"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

"Tom Foden and Washington, the federal judge who heard arguments over ex-president Trump's request for an outside arbiter to get involved in the FBI search of his Florida home promised a written decision in due course. It has not come due yet. But the case has resulted in more information about what was seized correspondent Steven portnoy takes a look. A detailed inventory of what the FBI took from Mar-a-Lago just now unsealed, shows agents found documents labeled top secret commingled in boxes with news articles, books, and articles of clothing. Of the more than 100 documents marked classified that were seized, 27 were pulled from the former president's office. Former attorney general Bill Barr now says he can think of no justification for Donald Trump to have such documents at Mar-a-Lago, and any notion that they had been secretly declassified would amount to abuse and recklessness. Smile to the ongoing water crisis in Jackson, Mississippi. It is not new, but it has gotten worse due to recent reigns on Florence correspondent Elise Preston is there. Heavy rainfall and flooding last week placed a strain on the aging system. Exacerbating long-standing issues with the city's infrastructure. Fema administrator and Chris well told CBS nor O'Donnell that the Army Corps of engineers is among the agencies inspecting Jackson's water infrastructure. We have to focus on what the future is going to have to be, right? How are we going to make sure that this doesn't happen again? With some key tribal costs dropping a bit plane tickets and gasoline among them a lot of Americans are taking advantage in our on the move, this Labor Day weekend from very hot Los Angeles can John Baird. LAX is projecting more travelers this weekend, 56,000 more than last Labor Day. So the busy day started on Thursday. And we'll stay busy until about Monday or Tuesday next week as people really stretch out that last weekend of summer. Travelers won't let the high temperatures and still higher than usual gas prices get in the way of a good road trip about that heat there is plenty of it in Northern California to and throughout the west southwest and mountain states. In Florida, it's a bit cooler but the hope is clouds don't get in the way of tomorrow's plans. Second try at test launching that new Artemis moon rocket. They've got a two hour launch window. It's a little bit better toward the end of that window than it is at the beginning. Overall, generally positive, 60% go at the start 80% go at the end. And somewhere in the middle, they've got to find a spot where all the conditions line up and they can launch. CBS newspace consultant Bill harwood, that launch window opens about a quarter after two Eastern Time tomorrow. Actress Jane Fonda says on Instagram. She's been diagnosed with cancer and non Hodgkin's lymphoma has begun chemotherapy founder describes it as very treatable. She's 84 years old. This is CBS News. The Dell Technologies Labor Day event is here, up to 48% off vostro laptops, with 12th gen Intel core processors, upgrade by calling 8 7 7 ask

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"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

"On the hour, presented by Liberty Mutual Insurance. I'm Tom fully in Washington as the Justice Department at ex-president Trump a way to federal court decision on his bid for an outside party to be allowed to look at material taken from his Florida home. He's hearing skepticism and criticism about the case from his former top law enforcement official, attorney general Bill Barr. The former attorney general rejects the arguments those loyal to the former president have made that he had and may have used the power to declassify the documents he kept at his Florida club. Bill Barr tells Fox News. That would be such an abuse. That shows such recklessness that it's almost worse than taking the document. A newly unsealed court filing shows 27 documents marked confidential secret or top secret were seized from Trump's office, 76 more from a storage room. Stephen portnoy CBS News at The White House. And now to the capital of Mississippi dealing with a long running but now worse, unhealthy water system crisis correspondent Elise Preston is in Jackson. Mississippi governor Tate Reeves says the focus and the short term is distributing as much water as possible to residents in need. I just wanted to help any way that we can. Enlisting the help of the state's National Guard. This is one of 7 mega sites where the National Guard is handing out two cases of water per adult. Overseas the Ukraine war is more than 6 months into the Russian invasion now. It's also put Europe's largest nuclear power plant at major risk. International inspectors are there now at that Russian controlled facility. Massive explosions near the zapor region plants written to derail the nuclear inspectors mission, but IAEA director Rafael grassi and his team braved the shelling and finally managed to inspect the damage at the Russian occupied nuclear power plant following 6 months of war correspondent Deborah pada in Ukraine. Many of us are already on the go for this final summer holiday weekend triple-A says that Labor Day travel could reach near pre-pandemic levels, much like Memorial Day in the 4th of July did from Los Angeles can exes John Baird. Some people have decided to ditch the car this weekend and hop on a plane instead, heath Montgomery is with LAX, he says they'll see bigger crowds. Yeah, definitely bigger than last year. Today is going to be the busiest day of the holiday travel period. He says they're projecting 103,000 passengers at the TSA checkpoints. Also, in LA, a federal judge throws out the manslaughter indictment of a dive boat captain in the deaths of 34 people in a 2019 fire aboard a vessel anchored off the coast. Financial markets are closing sharply lower, Dow Jones now closing down 337 points. This is CBS News. Liberty mutual customizes your car and home insurance, so you only pay for what you need. Visit liberty mutual dot com to learn more. Four O three on Friday afternoon, September 2nd, 2022, sunny and 84 in Rockville down to the 60s tonight. Good afternoon, I'm Dmitri sodas. And I'm Shana stool in the top local stories we're following this hour, some good news for those of you that take the metro metro can start getting ready to put more 7000 series railcars back on the tracks again. It's been a slow painful process to get there, keeping more than half of its railcars off the tracks. Starting September 12th, metro can increase the number of 7000 series railcars being used in service from 8 to 20. According to a new plan approved by the Washington metro rail safety commission. But that's only if metro follows a revised process being put in place governing their return. There are elements that relate to what the trains are doing on the tracks. And then there's elements that relate to making sure that the safety aspects of the inspections that are one of the key mitigations but not the only mitigation in the plan are properly being carried out as well and max Smith is a spokesman. Metro will announce how the additional railcars will impact the train schedules next week. John dome in WTO news. Four people have been arrested in fairfax county for a carjacking that happened in Maryland. Photos on social media show two guns and drugs in a seat following several arrests and fairfax county this week. The discovery was made after fear facts county police spotted a stolen 2017 Nissan rogue on Wednesday just before 5 p.m. at Richmond highway

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"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

"Union At The White House President Biden held a nearly two hour video call with Chinese leader Xi Jinping He made clear what the implications and the consequences would be if China provides material support to Russia as it conducts brutal attacks against Ukrainian cities and civilians CBS News has learned China has still not decided whether to help Putin back in Kyiv Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky visited a hospital where he met civilians and soldiers injured in the war Natalie Brandt CBS News Washington And this other news tonight from China It reports two deaths from COVID allegedly the first ones there in about 14 months COVID originated in China It's taken more than 970,000 lives here Glancing at gas prices They have nudge down a bit in some places but not many and not much even as crude oil prices have dropped much more with other factors in play John Baird of K and X Los Angeles People have been simmering over the fact that while gas prices keep going up oil prices have been coming down Tom closure an oil industry expert says maintenance issues and glitches at refineries here in Torrance and Carson are keeping gas prices high and he warns that if one of the refineries was forced to shut down you would pay a lot more for gas California is one refinery away from a $2 increase On the weekend where they're watch CBS's David Parkinson We're likely to be seeing more tornadoes on Saturday The place where we're going to be seeing that probably along the southeast Carolina coast This is drought stricken California imposes a new round of water cuts less of it for California farmers and cities from state reservoirs in central Texas fire crews battling huge while windswept wildfires that have burned at least 50 homes Word from his office donations longest serving member of Congress has died Republican congressman Don young who moved to Alaska when it became the 49 state in 1959 was elected to Congress in 73 This is.

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"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:47 min | 9 months ago

"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

"And Washington death in Ukraine flag waving in Moscow diplomacy in Washington and Beijing more than three weeks into the Russian invasion of Ukraine We start on the ground there in the battle zone correspondent Charlie d'agata Nadia you're a sick told us she has nothing left And where are you going to go now And this is how you could I don't know if she said I am alone My son died a year ago I don't have anyone I hope that Putin dies I curse him How big Moscow stadium crowd was doing anything but cursing Putin instead praising him and applauding his war in a display reminiscent of the old Soviet Union At The White House President Biden held a nearly two hour video call with Chinese leader Xi Jinping He made clear what the implications and the consequences would be if China provides material support to Russia as it conducts brutal attacks against Ukrainian cities and civilians CBS News has learned China has still not decided whether to help Putin back in Kyiv Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky visited a hospital where he met civilians and soldiers injured in the war Natalie Brandt CBS News Washington And this other news tonight from China it reports two deaths from COVID allegedly the first ones there and about 14 months COVID originated in China It has taken more than 970,000 lives here more than 6 million worldwide Glancing at gas prices they have nudged down a bit in some places but not many are not much even as crude oil prices have dropped much more with other factors in play Here's John Baird of K and X Los Angeles People have been simmering over the fact that while gas prices keep going up oil prices have been coming down Tom closure an oil industry expert says maintenance issues and glitches at refineries here in torrents and Carson are keeping gas prices high and he warns that if one of the refineries was forced to shut down you would pay a lot more for gas California is one refinery away from a $2 increase On the weekend weather watch CBS's David Parkinson We're likely to be seeing more tornadoes on Saturday The place where we're going to be seeing that probably along the southeast Carolina coast This is drought stricken California imposes a new round of water cuts less of it going to California farmers and cities from state reservoirs in central Texas fire crews battling huge windswept wildfires that have burned at least 50 homes work from his office tonight the nation's longest serving member of Congress has died Congressman Don young who moved to Alaska when it became the 49 state in 1959 and was elected to Congress in 1973 This is CBS News To sell your home connect with Jennifer young this is Dave Johnson I know this from experience And while the average agent in the D.C. region sells a home or two every month.

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"john baird" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:01 min | 9 months ago

"john baird" Discussed on WCPT 820

"I need somebody else not just anybody you know I need someone I was younger so much younger than today I never needed anybody's help in any way and I will now these days are gonna look so selfish in my mind I know both of the doors help me if you can I'm feeling down and I do appreciate you being my help me get my feet back on the ground won't you be as held me now I'm done my life is changed in so many ways I am leaving seems to vanish in the haze Chicago's progressive talk W CPT 8 20 where facts matter The former president has praised Vladimir Putin's very savvy and his genius Do you agree with them I do not think anything sadly or genius about food but I think Putin is a dictator I think he's learning the people right now Gee Kevin speak up Kevin McCarthy I'm sorry what did you say I did not mess with the audio on that That's exactly what he did He's disappeared Farther and farther away from the mic That's hilarious Kevin's like I didn't But we have a bad connection and the guys like sir Kevin you're on a landline He's not sure what the bad connection is He was like Stewart Right in front of me Yeah Right Kevin McCarthy first to have a short memory or hopes voters do when he talks about the Did you see that yesterday He posted a tweet where he expressed regrets that the U.S. didn't supply Ukraine with weapons earlier John Baird tweeted Donald Trump illegally cut off defensive aids U going to blackmail president zelensky and McCarthy defended it Someone else tweeted did you say that to Trump when he withheld a congressionally authorized military assistance to Ukraine to coerce the Lincoln to help his reelection campaign That was Dan Goldman Julia Davis said when Trump said that Russia's annexation of Crimea was so smart Russia was listening when Trump held up U.S. Military assistance to Ukraine Russia was watching When Pompeo said Americans don't give a about Ukraine Russia loved it And here we are And then David just said does McCarthy have a Biden supporter ghost writing his tweets for fun I mean do they think we seriously forgot what the entire impeachment was about He's criticizing Biden for not getting aid to Ukraine They have to do it It's the worst gaslighting we've seen in centuries in this country about that They do it with the bills that they don't sign and pass too They take credit for the money that goes into their states It's disgusting Oh and then the question is he going to punish Marjorie Taylor Greene for the white speaking at the white supremacist Nazi Putin loving conference The answer.

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"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

"Four counts of involuntary manslaughter Jennifer crumbly is also charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter But then the question was where were they Fearing the parents might try to flee law enforcement officials issued in the rest warrant and ask the FBI for help However now an attorney for James and Jennifer crumbly says although they initially left town for their own safety they are returning to be arraigned Steve federman CBS News With the new Alma cron variant spreading fast there are questions if your vaccine will protect you Doctor Anthony Fauci is every reason to believe that if you get vaccinated and boosted that you would have at least some degree of cross protection very likely against severe disease even against the armatron variant More COVID testing sites are being set up in short order including one at LAX The testing is aimed at arriving international passengers with the hope of quickly detecting new cases and slowing the spread of the virus in the local community Doctor Barbara Ferreira's LA county's public health director Any travelers that do test positive will be required of course to isolate and their close contacts will need to quarantine But the testing itself will not be mandatory and one traveler believes it should be I don't think it should often be voluntary I think everybody should have one Those who test negative will be given an extra testing kit to test themselves a second time days later John Baird for CBS News at the LA airport The trial of former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter is about to begin Potter maintained she was reaching for a taser but grabbed her gun instead during a traffic stop killing 20 year old black man Dante Wright obeying statements are expected to start on Wednesday In Colorado experts have determined the man charged with killing ten people at his supermarket earlier this year is mentally incompetent to stand trial for now 22 year old awad ELISA's accused of opening fire at king supers supermarket in boulder last march Secretary of State blinken working on how to defuse tensions with Russia The most important thing is for Russia to pull back the forces that it's massed near the Ukraine border to deescalate the crisis.

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"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

"Another and staying high You know people you don't even know It's just after the pandemic everything feels great Or from K and X's John barret in Los Angeles Some shoppers hit the stores all night long although many were just focused on the bargains Especially Kate Spain Retail analyst Burt flickinger says the national brands which normally offer up to 50% off we're taking advantage of supply chain issues The big brands for the most part are price gouge He believes shoppers will likely pay more this year John Baird for CBS News city of commerce California As mentioned earlier stocks fall on word of a new COVID variant the Dow closed down 905 points NASDAQ ended down 353 S&P fell 107 Now this American Queen voyages unites the North American continent from sea to shining sea with river lakes and ocean expedition cruises visit AQ voyages dot com for details 7 O three on this Friday evening November 26th 2021 37 at Tyson still some pretty strong winds making it feel like it's below freezing Good evening up Dmitry sodas with the top local stories we're following this hour Unhoused people in D.C. should be allowed to stay in their encampments through the holidays That is the calls from some D.C. council members tonight The letter to mayor Bowser from four council members criticizes the current pilot program that aims to find housing for those who are homeless while also removing the encampments throughout the city where they currently live They want the program to focus on finding safe housing for those living in the encampments but hold off on clearing the sites until the end of hypothermia season in March There was a lot of public criticism of the program in October when a man in a tent was lifted by heavy machinery during an encampment clearing under the L street underpass There also asking for more services at encampment sites like trash collection portable restrooms handwashing stations and fire extinguishers Michelle Morello WTO P news Has reached out to the mayor's office for comment It is a chilly and windy night as we've described in southeast D.C. volunteers hustle to waiting cars to hand off badly needed coats as many as 3000 of them available It's called coats for kids but the D.C. State Council of the knights of Columbus has coating all sizes Alex Cranston spokesperson for the group on why it matters that the coach they're giving out are brand new But we want to make sure that the people that were giving out a coat to they feel valued and they know that this coat is just for them There were concerns about whether or not the distribution could happen this year They were shipping them overseas to us and we were worried for a while we weren't going to actually be able to do the cot because they were stuck on a boat in Baltimore This isn't the only coat distribution Cranston says there will be more throughout the season at our lady of perpetual help in D.C. Kate Ryan WTO P news Montgomery county leaders among others have been warning against spending too much time outdoors at the moment They've issued a hypothermia alert in Montgomery county running through at least 8 a.m. tomorrow Those alerts are put out when temperatures are wind chills are expected to fall below freezing If you see unhoused people sleeping outdoors on your concern for their welfare Montgomery county police say you can call the non emergency number so they can come out to help the homeless find shelter tonight If you are living in this area in 2002 you can not forget what a terrifying time it was when two snipers were shooting and killing people at random Now the police chief who led the investigation into those shootings has died He was the police chief in Montgomery county at the time The person are.

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"john baird" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"john baird" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Accelerate your business growth has got to cover. And now on with the show my guest today is John Baird. John built his career working with top leaders at companies ranging from early stage startups to Fortune 500 firms like Apple, Nike and Twitter. John is currently the senior partner and board chair at velocity, where he coaches companies at various stages of growth, including Google, DoorDash, and many others. Welcome to the podcast, John. Thank you so much, Diane. It's great to be here. It is great to have you here. We're going to be talking about really work structure decision making, you know, teamwork, all of those kinds of things. And I would really like to start with the subject of collaborative work structure. I'm curious about the benefit that has to accompanies productivity. You know, where you've got multiple levels of employees and they.

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"john baird" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"john baird" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Accelerate your business growth has got to cover. And now on with the show my guest today is John Baird. John built his career working with top leaders at companies ranging from early stage startups to Fortune 500 firms like Apple, Nike and Twitter. John is currently the senior partner and board chair at velocity, where he coaches companies at various stages of growth, including Google, DoorDash, and many others. Welcome to the podcast, John. Thank you so much, Diane. It's great to be here. It is great to have you here. We're going to be talking about really work structure decision making, you know, teamwork, all of those kinds of things. And I would really like to start with the subject of collaborative work structure. I'm curious about the benefit that has to accompanies productivity. You know, where you've got multiple levels of employees and they.

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"john baird" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"john baird" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Our next gas. He's a former. Nfl quarterback now and nfl analyst. Marcus cromartie marcus. Lab to the alabama man. What's going off matthew. You're talking big money chris. Let me hold something. I take a look. We speak in the big money. We were just talking about this shawn watson former teammate of yours houston endless. We're we're not on the side. Robin i we want the truth. We want justice right. Exactly what the women whatever whoever whoever whoever we own you're familiar. Obviously john baird former quarterback he was on our show yesterday. He has a radio show in houston and he said that this sean does not want to play this year to the point that even if he's not put on the commissioner's exempt list and he's able to play and that the texas want him to be there started which jay glazer and other reporters have said they say he. Sean said that. The sean still would not late and robin. I don't get this number one. I'm not paying you if you aren't willing to play right. What do you think is going on here. If this is indeed true with the shop. Well i think personally when i guess. He's seeing they wasn't per se behind him throughout the whole you know off-season and they kind of kept quiet and you know it's just your franchise guy staying behind. He might have a bad taste in this. You know but like you said you can't you can't pay guy who don't say I've been hearing you know. You hear auto rumors about him. Maybe going to the eagles you know maybe him going to the coats or call me out for how long how long but i think people sounds good. I honestly Him for jail. And you know you never know. But i think that's bad taste. His his trade value is still high. And so trade while you can And you know start fresh. Nobody sees houston teen is gonna win anyway. Yeah but i. I agree with you on that. I just don't see how you either have to retire. What i mean or or you have to play if they want you to play it be involved that easily and when you spoke about retirement see what happened to calvin jackson. When he tried to retire they came back for this. Signing bonus money you know. I don't know of retiring would be the way to go because if you're retired and they start trying to claw back mean you're talking about quarterback twenty thirty forty million dollars. You know you might not have the money. Give back barry. Sanders had to pay back when he quit. Five point five million dollars because they pay you you know up front and you have to fulfill the contract. You have to fulfill it. I mean it's better. They always better game cutting their retired. No you'd rather be you right and it's like if you walk out right quit. You're not going to get the money if you have a contract and they fire you. You're gonna get paid right. Want to get fired. No doubt i'm marcus. Let's go here. That prescott gonna get a second. Mri on was you right off the time when you when you hear that dictating a second mri. I don't like it. Honestly you know this is a guy who you live waiting to see a guy who's been excited about playing..

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"john baird" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"john baird" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Nice little bounce again today. Best week since November. Bouncing back from the worst week last week since October, Major averages up 4 to 6% this week, even though the jobs number was ho hum with 49,000 jobs, added Final numbers down 92 of 31 1 48, NASDAQ Up 78 the S and P up 15 points to a new record high of 38 86 gold up 22 10 Year bond Yield 1.17%. All right, Our thanks to Kelly at 6 53 President Biden is called for 100, mass vaccination sites across the nation within a month of where the first a few said to open with the help of the military. CBS News correspondent Leela Luciano has the latest in an effort to ramp up vaccinations across the country. The Pentagon will deploy more than 1100 troops to five large vaccination centers. Two of the five teams are headed to California, the country's most populous state, has had a slow and rocky vaccination rollout. Governor Gavin Newsom also announced this week, California will will receive a million doses from the federal government where the other team's airheaded will be announced soon. Lily Luciano CBS NEWS LOS Angeles Yeah, Levi Stadium is going to be the biggest one in the state. And one more thing here seems to be a big push to reopen schools in Los Angeles, home to the nation's second largest school district. In fact, simile officials were talking about filing a lawsuit to force the district to bring the kids back. But the school board president says they can't John Barrett of KNX radio in Los Angeles, with more threat of legal action may not be enough to prompt L, a unified to reopen its campuses. School board President Kelly Gona says the virus infection rate is still too high to meet. State and local guidelines were legally prohibited from reopening our schools at this moment because of the rate of community spread of Kobe, the L. A teacher's union and the L. A superintendent also want school personnel vaccinated before the kids return. John Baird for CBS News, Los Angeles. And it's 6, 55 and KFBK. Let's find out what's happening on Monday morning with a Cape became morning news with Kristina Mandanda and Sam Shane City on Monday morning. Maybe you're thinking about taking a trip to Europe or somewhere else around the globe. The global travel industry is reacting. Maybe with covert tests you could order like room service. I would like to go to Europe or something anyway. Stick around Monday morning for that. And then here on our KPK afternoon news or now I should say, rather than then we'll do the handoff from the KPK. Afternoon news to the Pat Walsh show, and.

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"john baird" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"john baird" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Jobs added. Of course, last month was that negative number. The unemployment rate did drop to 6.3%. But the hope is that as the vaccine gets out, and economic lockdowns are lifted The number of jobs added will go up each month here for the next few. That's the hope we'll see if it plays out. Let's check the final numbers down. 92 31 1 48 NASDAQ Up 78 13 8 56, the S and P up 15 points to a new record high for the week The major averages were up 4 to 6%. Gold up 22 18 13 Announced. 10 YEAR bond Yield 1.17% 4 53 are thanks to Kelly. President Biden has called for 100, mass vaccination sites. Kelly talking about this cross the nation. Within a month, with the first few set to open with the help of the military. CBS News correspondent Legal Luciano has the latest in an effort to ramp up vaccinations across the country. The Pentagon will deploy more than 1100 troops to five large vaccination centers. Two of the five teams are headed to California, the country's most populous state, has had a slow and rocky vaccination rollout. Governor Gavin Newsom also announced this week, California will receive a million doses from the federal government where the other team's airheaded will Be announced soon. Lily Luciano, CBS NEWS LOS Angeles There seems to be a big push right now to reopen schools in Los Angeles, home to the nation's second largest school district. In fact, Some L. A officials are talking about filing a lawsuit to force the district to bring the kids back. But school board president says they can't John Baird KNX radio in Los Angeles with more The threat of legal action may not be enough to prompt L. A unified to reopen its campuses. School Board President Kelly Gona says the virus infection rate is still too high to meet. State and local guidelines were legally prohibited from reopening our schools at this moment because of the rate of community spread of Kobe's teacher's union and the L. A superintendent also want school personnel vaccinated before the kids return. John Baird for CBS News, Los Angeles Is for 55 kfbk. Let's find out what's coming up Monday morning on the Cape. The Morning News with Kristina Mandanda and Sam Shane Kitty on Monday morning. Maybe you're thinking about taking a trip to Europe or somewhere else around the globe. The global travel industry is reacting. Maybe with covert tests you could order like room service. And we'll actually have more on some new mask mandates for travelers coming up here on the afternoon news that is ahead. Also.

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"john baird" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"john baird" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"But there's a reminder from state health officials that we're not in the all clear just yet. We are pumping the brakes a little bit on the road to recovery, while the latest daily virus update from the state Department of Public Health does show a decline in the estimated number of active covert cases in the state, now down to more than 64,000. There's been a slight increase in the number of virus patients in hospitals upto 1635. There are also 53 new, confirmed covered related deaths, bringing that total in Massachusetts. 14,415 1. Positive trend, though that continues in this latest report is a decline in the seven day positivity rate down to 3.3 Old percent, the lowest of this new year. Karl Steven stop BBC Boston's news radio. CDC says schools are safe to reopen even if teachers do not get a covert vaccine in the nation's largest teacher's union response, and says vaccines Would be a game changer. Meantime, city officials in San Francisco are taking their own school district to court in a lawsuit in a bid to reopen classrooms there and get teachers back inside class. All of Boston's public schools will re open their doors today for high priority students only. Which begs the question. Now that all parents have been asking our kids suffering more harm by being out of the classroom than they would be. By returning to schools during the pandemic. The doctors say Keeping Children at home is really hurting them and that they can return to school safely with protocols in place. Dr Monica as nanny is a pediatrician along Ella's Miracle Mile. We're seeing emergency room visits are up 30% in terms of things like depression and anxiety and social isolation. The local teachers union says covert rates need to come down first and that kids could end up bringing the virus home to their families. But Dr Oz Johnny says studies of schools that have already reopened show that kids don't usually pick up the virus of school. They get it at home. John Baird for CBS News, LOS Angeles, The House has done it, and now it's the Senate's turn. And will Democrats bite to jam through a coronavirus relief package? A BCS Andy Field says It'll take a procedure known as reconciliation to move about $2 Trillion in tax. Republicans will offer amendments in the initial Biden covert rescue plan designed to embarrass or put Regrets in a bind. That includes votes on whether taxpayers should give relief checks the undocumented immigrants or raise small business taxes during the pandemic. It is part of political theater when a minority party can't stop in this case, Democrats getting a simple Senate majority vote on covert relieve reconciliation eliminates the filibuster in the need to get a 60 vote majority to pass anything in the Senate. Now, most recently when Republicans were in charge, they used budget reconciliation to pass. Syriza of tax cuts right after Inauguration Day in 2017 more controversy in the Catholic Church this morning, a new investigation finds a number of Catholic diocese in the United States had more than $10 billion. And funds when they received at least another billion from the federal government. Small Business Emergency Relief Program. The Paycheck protection program was intended for employers hit hard by Corona virus lockdowns. Church officials say they needed government relief to pay staff because donations that services slowed when houses of worship were ordered to close. 7 20 clouds and a few snowflakes left over here in Boston 29 degrees this morning Super Bowl Sunday is coming up quick. Kansas City chiefs taking on Tom Brady and you're adopted Buccaneers in Tampa, Florida, CBS News correspondent Skylar Henry says many hometown fans in Tampa are ready to watch their team make history City of Tampa never lost faith that Super Bowl 55 would be played this year. Even with the coronavirus raging we posted during the Gulf War we hosted during the recession in 2000 and nine and now obviously we have the pandemic in place, so we've had to adjust. Santiago Karada is the president and CEO of Visit Tampa Bay. He's ready because not only is the game on, but the hometown Buccaneers will be on the field Stadium will also be about one third full entertainment news. Now we check in with Billy Acosta and our sister station, Kiss one away. So Nick Cannon, host of the show, the mass singer has tested positive for covert. We're being told you'll miss it least the first few episodes of the new season, Niecy Nash has been called in to fill in On those episodes. Screen Actors Guild nominations will come out today. In case you missed it. Yesterday, Netflix dominated the Golden Globe nominations with 42. Overall, Amazon had 10 and by the way, three women nominated this year for best director Cardi B will release a new song tomorrow. Don't forget, you'll be a part of that uber eats commercial for the Super Bowl. With the Waynes World Guys and Taylor Swift is now being sued by a theme park owner in Utah. The park is called Evermore. Her album is called Evermore, and They insist that her album is violating the park's trademark rights with the entertainment report. I'm Billy Kostya, the Matty Show on Kiss 108 Make WBZ NewsRadio.

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"john baird" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"john baird" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And Mustang that we're launching. Ford had some trouble with some launches a few years ago, the company says it has to get these vehicles launch properly with the core Chronicles. I'm just Gilbert CBS needs a shortage of nurses is forcing many Southern California hospitals to increase the case loads of health care workers. John Baird of News Radio can x in Los Angeles Has that report Governor gave the okay to adjust the nurse to patient ratios a few weeks ago and now, for example, I see you nurses can care for three patients instead of two and er nurses may be asked to handle six patients instead of four. Joanne Spats is the director of the Institute for Health Policy Studies at U C. San Francisco. Our overall number of nurses per population is among the lowest in the United States, even though the hospital's their staff Really, really well. This is putting more stress and strain on the nurses, with experts predicting another surge of covert patients coming very soon. And some California hospitals have considered rationing care because of the strain on their resource is coming up. We'll take a look at the rising number of Massachusetts communities now in the Red Zone, considered at high risk for the coronavirus and both the Senate and House overriding President Trump's veto of the National Defense Authorization Act. Charlie Bergeron up next with that, and more Yes, 5 58 Way all know the most common New year's resolution..

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"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"john baird" Discussed on WTOP

"K and X is John Baird in Los Angeles. The governor gave the okay to adjust the nurse to patient ratios a few weeks ago and now, for example, I see you. Nurses can care for three patients instead of two and er nurses may be asked to handle six patients instead of four. Joanne Spats is the director of the Institute for Health Policy Studies that U C. San Francisco. Our overall number of nurses for population is among the lowest in the United States, even though the hospital's their staff really, really well. This is putting more stress and strain on the nurses, with experts predicting another surge of Copan patients. Coming very soon. A study by British scientist confirms that the new strain of coronavirus first identified in Britain is much more contagious than the original strain. Imperial College, London's Axel Gandhi could triple So this is more less the most serious change in the virus that we've seen since the epidemic began. The mutation increases the number of how many people each person infects by as much as 7%. Congress overrides President Trump's veto of the defense bill. On Friday, the Senate voted to override President Trump's veto of the National Defense Authorization Act. The ND A is a must pass annual defense policy bill. Mr Trump vetoed it because of a provision on renaming bases honoring Confederate officials and because it did not include a repeal of a social media liability shield. 81 senators voted in favor of overriding the president. 13 voted against doing so. This is the first veto override of the Trump presidency. That CBS News correspondent Jamie You CAS Missouri Republican Senator Josh Holly says he'll object to the Electoral College tally of the presidential election when Congress meets Wednesday. Utah GOP Senator Mitt Romney says Holly isn't doing democracy any favors to spread.

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FIRE UPDATE AS NEW BLAZE BREAKS OUT IN VENTURA COUNTY

Rick and Bubba Show

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

FIRE UPDATE AS NEW BLAZE BREAKS OUT IN VENTURA COUNTY

"CBS news update firefighters have made real progress against the last of this week's major wildfires up and down California activation orders now lifted north of LA in Ventura county residents are being asked to let the firefighters finish their job they are against the so called Maria fire on is now about thirty percent contained KNX radio John Baird is there no smoke no flames and the winds seem almost nonexistent at this point however the big concern we heard this before when we talk to the fire officials their concern there could be a wind shift that could cause problems and possibly store of some members and and because the more fire so that's why they're keeping watch my insurer county fire department division chief John Spiderman that fire sits right now to approximately nine thousand four hundred acres and we don't expect a perimeter to grow much more due to the efforts of the firefighters are on the line right now mopping up and controlling the perimeter CBS news update on

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Canada's Conservatives offer bland option to Trudeau's flash

WBZ Afternoon News

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Canada's Conservatives offer bland option to Trudeau's flash

"Canada's Conservative Party is advertising its leader as bland and its touting that as a virtue it's all meant to be an antidote to prime minister Justin Trudeau splash and star power the party is counting on the bland branding to help Andrew Scheer defeat Trudeau's Liberal Party in national elections on Monday in the words of Canada's former conservative foreign minister John Baird he's not the sizzle he's the steak polls show here has a chance to defeat the liberals after a combination of scandals and high expectations damage Trudeau's prospects but you're also has had a bumpy ride he's been criticized for embellishing his resume and not revealing that he holds dual U. S. Canadian

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No evidence Clinton server was compromised, FBI says

WBZ Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 4 years ago

No evidence Clinton server was compromised, FBI says

"Relief in this area good afternoon I'm Jeff. Brown our. Top stories in the WBZ newsroom as you drive home sure enough that's another hot day and how hot a new record high temperature ninety eight degrees at Boston's Logan airport at breaks, the old record. Of ninety six set back in nineteen fifty three a suspect arrested following a, search in Haeberle also turns out to be wanted in Boston officials say Elias subtler

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