23 Burst results for "John Barnes"
"john barnes" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities
"When British commander Robert Ross marched his army into Washington, D.C. the night of August 24th of 1814, he wasn't expecting a ghost town. You see, president Madison and all of his government officials had already vacated the city in preparation for the invasion. With no one to stop him, Ross saw his opportunity for British vengeance and ordered the burning of The White House and the capitol building, which at that time housed the congressional library in the north wing. It had no chance against British rockets and gunpowder, creating a blaze that claimed 3000 books and maps. One of the few pieces to survive was an accounts and receipts book from 1810, taken as a souvenir by sir George cockburn. When the war finally ended in February of 1815, president Madison returned to D.C., but found the city a bit lacking in amenities. The White House and the capitol building lay in ruins, and the books within nothing but ash. That's when former president Thomas Jefferson returned to action, a veteran of this kind of quandary, if you will. That's because in 1770, when Thomas Jefferson was just 27 years old, his family home burned down, taking with it the collection of books he had already amassed at his young age. Naturally, it was the book's Jefferson lamented losing the most. So when more books were lost to flames in 1814 in D.C., this time with Jefferson in a position to help, that's exactly what he did, offering his 6500 volumes to the nation for any price they deemed fair. Problem solved, right? Well, not necessarily. After all, this is politics, and nothing ever comes easy. Before Congress could accept Jefferson's offer and make a deal, they first had to pass a bill that allowed them to do so. And in a tune eerily familiar to the modern ear, this bill did not pass unanimously. Not even close. In fact, some federalists didn't even want the books, one of whom claimed that they contained too much of Jefferson's and I quote, infidel philosophy. So when the time came to vote, there was only one thing that counted, a majority along party lines. But they got it. With Congress out of the way, the U.S. was clear to repair the damage. They paid Jefferson $23,950 for his collection. Roughly half a $1 million today. Now before you go accusing Jefferson of cashing in on the situation for a quick payday, remember that Jefferson offered to sell for, and I quote, whatever valuation they deemed fair. Besides, he had his own bills to pay, too, over half of that sum was used to pay off debts to William short, who funded Jefferson's nail manufacturing and to John Barnes who covered Jefferson's kind donation to a friend in need. By May of 1815, just two months after the conclusion of the war, Jefferson's books were packed up in their original cases that they were shelved in at Monticello, loaded into ten wagons and carted off to their new home in the capital. But the story still doesn't end there. In fact, you could say that there was still more fuel to throw on the fire. On Christmas Eve of 1851, the library burned down yet again. This time at no fault of the British, but rather a faulty chimney flu. The fire destroyed nearly two thirds of the then 55,000 volumes. And yes, that included most of what Jefferson provided in 1815. Not all is lost, though, remember the account book taken by sir George cockburn as a souvenir. In 1940, it was gifted back to the United States government and restored to its rightful place in the new and improved Library of Congress. Now in its own building. There, it sits alongside over 100 million other books. All hoping that that old adage of third times a charm holds true. And in case you're wondering, despite the new building being built in 1897, it has indeed been recently updated. With modern fire prevention measures, including a sprinkler system. Because, you know, just in case. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities. Subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosity's podcast dot com. The show was created by me, Aaron manke, and partnership with how stuff works. I make another award winning show called lore, which is a podcast book series and television show, and you can learn all about it over at the world of lore dot com. And until next time, stay curious..
What Can We Expect Next From the Durham Investigation?
"What can we expect from this point forward? So is Durham wrapping up his investigation? There's still some skeptics out there, cash. There's still some cynics. Hey look, there'll be a couple process crimes, but don't hold your breath. You're not going to get a Comey. You're not going to get a struck. You're not going to get a page. You're not going to get him a cave. You're not going to get anyone from the senior level of the Clinton campaign. What do you think? Look, I've run these massive conspiracy, massive national security cases, and they take two. I spent two three four years on some cases. John Barnes in his second year. And he's working against literally everyone in government because Merrick Garland's Department of Justice doesn't want to prosecute this. And the Chris ray and the FBI don't want to. So I don't think you issue 40 page indictments for process crimes and tell the world what you're working on if you're just going to stop. That's my opinion. And remember to your audience, an indictment is the only way a prosecutor can tell the world what they're doing because they're not allowed to disclose their evidence. So John Durham has taken the time to methodically issue indictments totaling over a 101 hundred pages now for three people. That's it. And he's identified 15 individuals like the Clinton operative in the matter like Fiona hill like Michael sussman and the like, and I think that's why he's building a larger conspiracy. Now, look, I'm not married to this pipe dream that we're going to get Comey. I wish we could, but I unfortunately just don't think we have the Jews to do it. I do think we have a shot at Andy mccabe and that's probably why the likes of Peter strzok are out in the media now, parading around. Just like Christopher Steele did, parading around his false credibility, now Peter strzok's turn. And that should tell you something that may be something else that's coming down the
"john barnes" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"C. I'm Bill Seward for the 24 hour. Ko Phi newsroom 2020 was a big year for drugs in Orange County Sheriff John Barnes says Street narcotics teams are seeing an increase in cocaine and methamphetamines have made 180 felony arrest. They've seized 51 weapons, 36 kg of cocaine £132 of heroin £777 of methamphetamine, he says. Street teams also grabbed £36 of Fentanyl, which equates to more than eight million lethal doses. Fentanyl, in my opinion, still presents one. The greatest risk to the community, he says. Street teams also grabbed $2.5 million in drug proceeds headed south of the border in Orange County, Corbin Carson KO Phi knees A judge will decide whether to stop some of the policies from the new L. A County D. A. The union representing L. A county prosecutors has filed a lawsuit against George Gascon claiming gas cones directives to eliminate three strikes allegations and some sentencing enhancements are unlawful. The lawsuit was filed Tuesday and Judge James Shelf it will hear the case on February 2nd. The union says it wants a temporary restraining order. Hours after the lawsuit was filed. Gascogne released a statement saying he spent his entire life ensuring those who pose a threat to the community are held accountable. But enhancements and strike allegations have never been shown to enhance the safety of a community. Steve Gregory KO Phi News New Year's Eve fireworks celebrations have caused increased air pollution and warnings do to covert 19. The H U M. DS Bradley Whitaker says the virus already can cause impacts to respiratory health breeding a fine particular matter from fireworks can lead to a wide variety of cardiovascular and respiratory health effects, such as heart attacks. Asthma aggravation decreased. Function or difficulty breathing. He says. Backyard fireworks can increase these issues for people with heart or lung disease. Older adults and Children and l A X is open the new rapid covert 19 testing site that can return results in 3 to 5 hours. The tests Are analyzed by a lab right there at the airport. The test costs $125 travelers can register ahead of time on the L.
"john barnes" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Mark live from the KO Phi 24 hour News Room. L. A county's health director says the surgeon Covert 19 cases is out of control. Barbara for rare says It's imperative people stay home. We cannot undo what's already been done. And collectively, we're gonna all pay a very high price for the actions we were taking in the past year says there are 3624 people in the hospital with the virus. 23% are in an ICU bed 15% on a ventilator, the state Health Department says Just in the last 24 hours for the 11 County, Southern California region, ICU bed space has gone from 7.7%. 6.2% Steve Gregory King. If I knew the judge has ordered Orange County to reduce its jail population by 50% because of covert 19 a C L U attorney Jaca Breece, Berg says. That applies to at least 1800 inmates necessarily mean released from all forms of custody. He says the judge left it up to the sheriff to decide to release parole or move people around. But no more barracks style congregate. Living. It was dorms so crowded that if you're lying on your bunk bed, you can reach out and touch the It's the next to you. There's no social distance in the judge gave the sheriff till the end of this month to pull it off. Just this week, an outbreak of 102 inmates tested positive for covert 19 at the jails in Orange County, Corbett in Carson, Calif. I need and Sheriff John Barnes has just put out a statement, saying this order creates a substantial risk because many of these inmates are in pretrial status for or have been convicted of violent crimes and will be released back into the community. Orange County Sheriff Barnes is warning of possible covert 19 vaccine scams. If anybody is contacted by any source, trying to solicit them to purchase or log in or give personal information about the vaccine that is fraudulent activity, he says the vaccine will be delivered for free to people in Orange County, he says. Multiple agencies are working together on how to safely and securely distribute the vaccine. Joe.
"john barnes" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Sharing reared in governor Newsom says the first wave of Kobe nineteen isn't over in California and he's encouraging residents to follow his mask mandate and keep those facial coverings on meantime Orange County sheriff is one of five in the state he says it's not their job to enforce the new statewide mask order governor Newsom mandated the face coverings be worn in public spaces statewide but Orange County sheriff John Barnes says enforcing that mandate is not his department's responsibility his opinion is shared by sheriffs in Sacramento Tulare Fresno in Calaveras counties Orange County saw its two biggest single day coronavirus counts over the weekend doubling the previous record Phil Hewlett K. A. B. C. news L. A. X. will start testing thermal scanning cameras to detect travelers who may be sick with covered nineteen LA mayor Eric Garcetti says this is an additional layer of public health protection it will not be used in place of screening travelers the program starts tomorrow and some California lawmakers are asking the state Supreme Court to lower the passing grade for the state bar exam saying it's discriminatory against minority students the California bars tough to pass you have to get at least a fourteen forty the national meanness thirteen fifty so in California only about twenty six percent pass it the first time Democrat assemblymember mark stone says that's bad enough but to make it worse of the twenty six percent fifty two percent of white thirty six percent Latino twenty four percent are black he says when he took it was a three day test very clear that all it really was was a stress test as many schools in lower income neighborhoods don't train students very well to be test taker so minorities especially have a hard time lawmakers want the cut score lower to thirteen eighty eight which is still higher than the national average stocks closed up the Dow closed up one hundred and fifty three points the nasdaq closed up a hundred and ten points to ten thousand fifty six and all time high and the S. and P. five hundred gained twenty K. ABC sports the Associated Press has announced that the Players Association executive board voted thirty three to five to reject the deal with Major League Baseball for sixty game regular season and that's sports on the.
"john barnes" Discussed on Caught Offside
"I didn't I didn't hate it. You know what I mean? Anyone know for. Yeah. I feel that's so funny. I didn't even talk about this. I feel the same way. So look the way I see it as it was right at the end victory was in the nostrils of Lawrence. He was pumped. Don't forget. He he missed the playoff game against Lanta. So he was he was riled up via was for straighted with everything that had happened. Kemar Lawrence does the rocking baby gesture Viana, which shorts talked on feasibly high another thing I was gonna ask you about because this is a growing trend. And I just simply don't get it. But we got to that when you work on those quads baby. You gotta show him. Let me just ask does it serve any purpose? I see guys do that all the time like Cristiano Renaldo sometimes do it. Are they just showing off or does it actually serve some kind of is it easier to run get some guys don't like the feel of the of the short as it is? Now, remembered the longshore Cam back in after the eighties, do you, let me give you a fashion thing this short shorts in the eighties were swimming like they were? They were skimpy. They were scandalous. They were hot pan. I remember the same thing in in basketball. I mean, John have you ever seen John Barnes and a pair of shorts Lord? So they went out and in the mid nineties, the longer shore came back in and then the longer short never really went away. So maybe Alba's trying to bring back into fashion trend do know what response would you know what the whole incident reminded me of this come come out? Come on. Right on the move from Rome. Stay right here come out, bro. Coming from right here. Ronnie. Ronnie, right. Yeah, it was so Ronnie. The only difference was that it's usually not soccer jerseys. It's more Ed hardy t shirts. But I'm I totally agree with you. And I also thought that'd be Alba's response. So Kemar Lawrence is doing the rock and baby gesture, and then via holding up like he's pretending to hold up the trophy, the MLS Cup that they won basically kind of at the rebels expense. Right. Like it was just I don't know. I just I thought it all was right. I don't is there also point to be made that's Latin screaming in the face of the ourselves Interbike new like that changes things now like he wasn't sanction for that. He got sanctioned for the grab of showing Johnston, but he wasn't sanctioned for for, for doing that, and it kinda opens the door to taunting a bit frantic actually had a good response. This is what he said. So he's asked these teams have been developing a rivalry. Can you see detention between the teams and I said, yeah, but it's nice. You know. To have that kind of rivalry between two teams because that makes the sport fun, I think to watch they are eager to win against each other, and they do everything to win. It from each other. There will always have to be respect, of course, on both sides. But this is what you want. This is what you want to experience every week. I thought that was really kind of mature response. Yeah. And I think it's kind of what makes it different than this lot on a new incident because that felt like one way traffic. Yeah. I'm just going to pick on this guy and bully him. This felt more like a heat of the moment, raw emotion incident stick in that chest out via by, though, that was. Yeah. Qamar said after the game I said come on bring your best. I see you bring your best against every guy in, we every guy, weakened weak out. I want your best. That's what I said, if you feels that's this respectful. That's his fault interest. I just a good scene, and like at the end of the game, it spilled over into like the post game handshakes or whatever you don't want. It's fine. Football is the as. Long as there's nothing of a really negative nature that we report on too often then that's fine. But, like we said, that's a great win for the red bulls against the really. What had been a really informant Lanta team? Tom Barlow beating them in the regular season two can't beat them. This is their bogey team in the regular season..
"john barnes" Discussed on KCRW
"Filing Twenty-two lawsuits in state court officials in Broward County where the shootings took place. Bob, Kelly's the attorney for some of the victims and says absent a settlement in the case. They had no choice all the lawyers in this room and all the clients in this room have been working for months now to try and reach a peaceful resolution of this without having to go to court. We are now being forced into court to get Justice for our class. Former student remains jailed charged with seventeen counts of first degree murder. The families. Opted to file suit after discovering the sheriff's office and the school board were legend that working behind the scenes. Prevent a financial settlement from being approved by the state legislature. Stocks move mostly higher today under some better than expected earnings reports the release of minutes from last month's Federal Reserve Board meeting that showed central bankers apparently confident they will be able to keep rates steady for the remainder of this year. The Dow's up six points to twenty six thousand one fifty seven the NASDAQ rose fifty four points this and P five hundred was up ten points. This is NPR. And this is Casey are w at seven oh four. Good evening. I'm Steve Chia take. Here's what's happening right now. A twenty seven year old man died in a California hospital after he suffered a brain hemorrhage while he was detained by US immigration authorities. Now, his wife is demanding to know what caused that injury. And whether he received the appropriate medical care Jose Luis Bara Busey. Oh was speaking held at that facility not Alonzo for about a week when immigrant advocates say he collapsed on his way to a court hearing an immigration. Court hearing back in February. He was supposed to call his wife right after that hearing. But he never did Melissa Castro was pregnant with their child and gave birth just a few days later. Well, she was concerned about her husband's so she checked in with the immigration and customs enforcement website, which said Jose was still in custody. But no longer detained at Alonzo when she inquired to ice officials personally, they told her that they take in Jose to a hospital after a quote unquote, passing out up Assad, and she says when she was finally able to see him. He was shackled to a bed in an intensive care unit in a coma a coma from which he never awoke. Now, Melissa Castro says Jose was young it. No prior health problems ice officials said in a statement that they'd re released him for humanitarian reasons, but those federal officials and the operator of the facility the GAO group would not comment on his health condition. Ibarra CO came to the US from Mexico as a young child. He grew up here in southern California had DACA protection until it expired after he got married the couple, however. Never secured an effort for him to stay in the country with his wife who is an American citizen. Police arrested him after a traffic stop his wife said that he fled because he was scared that he'd been or would be deported. He was released from prison in January and then taken directly from there into immigration custody. Orange County is changing the way it manages its crime laboratory in civilian oversight is out of it from now on that Labwani managed solely by the sheriff coroner, which is an arm of law enforcement more on that story. Now here w is sense, man. The crime lab has been under the shared control of the sheriff coroner the county district attorney and the civilian county CEO now the sheriff will have sole oversight. The change was made at the request of sheriff John Barnes and DA Todd Spitzer, they say the new structure will eliminate possible conflicts of interest at the DA's office in their pitch to county supervisors Barnes. And Spitzer said they were following a recommendation made in a study by the National Academy of sciences, but that study. He actually comes to the opposite conclusion, according to the news organization voice of OC. It says that scientific assessments in forensic investigations must be made in an environment. That's free of possible influenced by officers and prosecutors. That's KCRW. Is Darrel sats. Been reporting. Spitzer did not respond to a request for comment about the contradiction involving the economy of scientists report Barnes said that very few crime labs across the country are completely independent from law enforcement teachers in the city of Sacramento or set to walk off the job tomorrow. The latest in a series of strikes across the state and country. They're upset with district leadership proposing changes to benefits to help make up a big budget deficit of thirty five million dollar one teacher, David Fisher says that district must stand by the agreements that it's made in the past if I just allowed to sign a contract and then change their mind and not implemented. What does it say for Los Angeles or for Oakland or for any other district when district can to avoid a strike or to industry can just sign anything and then never implemented sports music? Even suicide prevention programs are all at risk of being cut, and that's concerning for some school board members to who are worried about a state takeover. School officials say June. Twentieth deadline for the district bridge, gaps in the budget. If it cannot. Not left to take out a state loan and actually appoint a.
"john barnes" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Hundred sixty five million the cash prize should that person. Choose to take it. We'll see if we can find out who the person is later this morning, and then we'll all become his his or her best friend, right? Not how it works five. Oh, five we'll talk with ABC's. Karen travers. The president just keeps reiterating his plan to get rid of ObamaCare. Even though some people in his own administration are opposed to the idea. We'll find out who's trying to advise the president otherwise. And then at six o five handle on the news. Let's start with some of those stories coming out of the KFI. Twenty four hour newsroom. The Orange County sheriff says ending the contract with ice was a business decision. Sheriff John Barnes says millions will be saved by moving staff and resources into new facilities focused on detox and mental health to get people in who need mental health treatment. Get them stable tie them to out of custody services before they get released which he says includes drug treatment to keep them sober with the ultimate goal. These people not coming back to jail, and that's where the real tax savings of taxpayer dollars are going to career says he will still work with ice within state law at OC sheriff's headquarters in Santa Ana corporate. Carson KFI news LAPD says a bunch of calls and video from the public help them. Find gang members suspected of stabbing a pregnant woman in Sunland five people have been charged with attempted murder and carjacking LAPD commander Ellen. Hamilton says the arrests just days after the attack were only possible because of a lot of tips. We have so much community support when this crime occurred that it was it was difficult for the detector, Stephen keep up with it. And that's the way all of these investigations should be investigators say one of the suspected gang members punch the woman in the face and stabbed her in the chest before the carjacking last week the mother to be had a punctured lung, but she's expected to recover. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Police in Inglewood have killed a man who walked into the church of Scientology holding a sword. The man with the sword walked in yesterday after arriving in a Bentley. This woman says she received a short text message from her friend who works at the church guy came in with a sore acting crazy police were called and you shot basically, everyone is fine. One of the police officers were shot in the thumb. The other had an arm injury and wasn't immediately clear if that was from being shot stabbed or something else. The church of Scientology says police are doing a heroic job keeping houses of worship safe. LA has agreed to pay twelve million dollars to a woman who spent seventeen years in prison before being declared factual. Early innocent the woman Soudan LAPD detective after her release from prison in two thousand fourteen a judge found the women's conviction appear to be based solely on the testimony of a habitual liar. The LA county sheriff has made a claim that the border supervisors will now say is untrue, Germany way, but has insisted he has the evidence to back up his decision to reinstate a deputy who had been dismissed over accusations of domestic violence FINA. Waiver says the evidence can't be presented in a public forum. But he says he's presented the idea of detailing the information for the supervisors in a closed session. May that offer to the board except a spokeswoman for the board's chair says no such offer was made in a waiver says he's being picked on for reinstating the deputy. It was driven by politics. It was an opportunity to take a shot as is coming out the gate brand new, Kris Ankarlo, KFI news. Now, newly released video of the deputy reinstated by sheriff visa-waiver shows him trying to force his way into his ex girlfriend's home. The deputies lawyer claims the deputy lived at the house and had locked himself out. But the woman shooting the video made it sound. Like, he wasn't welcome. What do you think I'm doing? I'm trying to break into my house. The LA times reports county officials looked at the video while reviewing domestic abuse allegations against the deputy he claimed he'd never tried to break into the house. The LA county sheriff's department has gone on a hiring binge captain, John. Mcbride says the department is focused on increasing the number of women among its ranks we're working towards hiring twenty-five percent females in our upcoming academy classes, which will ultimately lead us to breaking the barrier of twenty percent females on our entire agency. Like Brad says there are eight hundred vacancies in the department. He says the original projections said the department wouldn't be fully staffed until twenty thirty three is says the departments now on pace to fill all those positions by next year. I was fast. And if you are. It's one of those mornings where you didn't lay your clothes out last night. And like, I don't know what to wear to work today. I think it would be okay to wear your favorite dodgers and angels stuff because it's opening day for major league baseball. Thank goodness. I hate the doldrums. I hate I know there are other sports going on. But when you're a baseball fan there doldrums in your light come on. Yes. Okay. It's good when pitchers and catchers report and all of that. But opening day. It's like here we go again. It's kind of like Christmas. The dodgers are hosting the Arizona Diamondbacks this afternoon. The angels are set to play the athletics in Oakland. The dodgers are the reigning back to back National League pennant winners, but they are still chasing their first World Series since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight why do we have to reiterate that dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw will be off the mound for opening day. This will be the first time in eight season. He is on the injured list or can through some stuff. They keep telling us. All right. When we come back. We'll talk with ABC's. Karen travers. The president just keeps reiterating this plan to get rid of ObamaCare. But you've got some people in his own administration who are saying we're opposed to that idea..
"john barnes" Discussed on KCRW
"And customs enforcement detainees in local jails. The question of whether local law enforcement should cooperate with ice has been a sensitive in California. But his KCRW cherry Glazer reports that may not be the reason behind this change, Orange County. Sheriff John Barnes says he's making the move to free up more space for mentally ill inmates. In a video announcement Barnes said OC jails have seen a forty percent spike in mental health cases in the last four years. He says that's due at least partly to California's policy of realignment, which has shifted some state prisoners to county lockups day instead of short term detention facilities are gels have transitions into the mini-state presence. That'll help hospitals and drug treatment centers. The county's contract with ice wasn't scheduled to expire for another year. Once the agreement is terminated ice has one hundred twenty days to move detainees to other facilities. Probably out of state. They Orange County sheriff's department says it will continue to alert ice when it's releasing serious and violent offenders that immigration agents have issued detainers for it's four forty four. Onto the point when parents can bribe their kids way into college. What's happened to higher education? We waited going to college with. But we actually have defined success for students, and what happened is that we now define success. Data's trustees said well, next time on our podcast of to the point. Is going to be sunny Thursday after the clouds and fog burn off this morning. We're expecting highs two million the sixties today. Tomorrow just a little bit warmer into the low seventies on Saturday. We could reach eighty. It's four forty five now at KCRW. Support for NPR comes from this station and from T Rowe price offering a strategic investing approach.
"john barnes" Discussed on ESPN FC
"It this continues to happen. We've seen was a Croatia that had to play behind closed doors for a match the time. Now, it's Montenegro, and I don't it's also discouraging because like this it's not it's not inborn in you as a fan to do these things fan behavior is a. Learned behavior. And so like, this is like a generational thing. Like this isn't going to work its way out of the game. England are gonna go back to some of these places, and this is going to continue to happen and happen and happen. And I don't know. I don't know what the fix is. I feel like seemingly everything will not everything. But so many, you know, behind closed doors has been tried finding the federation has been tried which is a complete and utter joke for anyone who thinks that will have any kind of funds are never big enough to make any impact. And why would that ever be thing that the fans would care about the how does that affect the fan in any way to the fans hit their federations? What I kind of wish would happen is. And this is a small thing. But it's a thing that I don't really recall seeing I kind of wish like, you know, the I I'd have to go back and see who was the captain for Montenegro. Do you even know if the top your head? No, I kind of wish that guy would like yell at his fans like whether it be like. Get on on how it works though. They won't do that the manager manager. They should the manager came out of Montenegro came out and said all I didn't hear us me known of them ever. Here's a looked now that is possible with where they're at. You know, maybe I don't wanna call them liars for feeling that way. But you're right. I have to believe at some point some player where the managers sitting. I don't know what he can hear can't hear but players are all over the field. And they're in you know, I would think that somebody would hear it. And it's got to get back to the captain. I think it has to fall on a player. I know that's putting a lot on on players to do something like that. But they have to stand up to he has to walk over to Danny rose and put an arm around him or something like some sort of symbolic gesture like what you always heard about peewee Reese to Jackie Robinson Cincinnati. When fans were were killing them there. You know, p Reese walked over and put an arm around. Jackie like, somebody somebody from the opposite. The opposing team in front of his own fans needs to do something. I mean, the ultimate gesture will be for the. Opposing team to hear acknowledged and then walk off the field farce themselves. Yes. I can't see these things happening. It's interesting. We talked about sanctions sanctions of being spoken about a lot of players of talked about the ultimate sanction and Craig Shirley mentioned that of removing team from the international competition. John Barnes was very interesting on talksport on he says sanctions don't work. We've I think we've got some audio here from what John Barnes said. It's definitely a different approach. The probably have what he just wanna pass laws that we heard some monkey Johnson in Montenegro legal. So therefore, you can close the stadium and you can make plays behind closed door. But if not to make monkey child's decided just to every time the ball, and we know exactly what they're doing illegal to boot. He made it legal to Ulan clap clap. So that's what I'm the point. I'm making law changed the way you actually feel because they're always going to be ways around making something legal, but you can feel racist. So why don't we try making them change your mind about why? Wrong to be racist. Rather than just coughing. They decide to boo black class every time. They get the bowl that is not sanction for that. Because doing is legal as I said, and if you're gonna say we're gonna ban doing then you could do something else so tensions do not work when you're packing and ideology..
"john barnes" Discussed on Caught Offside
"It this continues to happen. We've seen was Croatia that had to play behind closed doors for a match the time. Now, it's Montenegro, and I don't it's also discouraging because like this it's not it's not inborn in you as a fan to do these things fan behavior is a. Learned behavior. And so like, this is like a generational thing. Like this isn't going to work its way out of the game. England are gonna go back to some of these places, and this is going to continue to happen and happen and happen. And I don't know. I don't know what the fix is. I feel like seemingly everything will not everything. But so many, you know, behind closed doors has been tried finding the federation's been tried which is a complete and utter joke for anyone who thinks that will have any kind of funds are never big enough to make any impact. And why would that ever be thing that the fans would care about the how does that affect the fan in any way the fans hit their federations? What I kind of wish would happen is. And this is a small thing. But it's a thing that I don't really recall seeing I kind of wish like, you know, the I I'd have to go back and see who was the captain from onto negro. Do you even know if the top your head? No, I kind of wish that guy would like yell at his fans lake whether it be like. Get on it works though, they won't do that the manager manager. They should the manager came out of Montenegro commitment said all I didn't hear us me known of them ever. Here's a look now that is possible with where they're at. You know, maybe I don't wanna call them liars for feeling that way. But you're right. I have to believe at some point some player where the managers sitting. I don't know what he can hear can't hear but players are all over the field, and there in I would think that somebody would hear it. And it's got to get back to the captain. I think it has to fall on a player. I know that's putting a lot on on players to do something like that. But they have to stand up to he has to walk over to Danny rose and put an arm around him or something like some sort of symbolic gesture like what you always heard about peewee Reese to Jackie Robinson Cincinnati. When fans were were killing them there. You know, p Reese walked over and put an arm around. Jackie like, somebody somebody from the opposite. The opposing team in front of his own fans needs to do something. I mean, the ultimate gesture will be for the. Posing team to hear acknowledged and then walk off the field farce themselves. Yes, I can't see these things happening. It's interesting. We talked about sanctions sanctions of being spoken about a lot of players of talked about the ultimate sanction and Craig Burley mentioned that of removing a team from the international competition. John barons was very interesting on talksport on. He says sanctions don't work. We've I think we've got some audio here from what John Barnes said. It's definitely a different approach. The probably have what he just wanna pass laws that we heard some monkey Johnson in Montenegro legal. So therefore, you can close the stadium and you can make plays behind closed door. But if not make monkey child's decided just to every time the ball, and we know exactly what they're doing illegal to boot. He made it legal to Ulan clap clap. So that's what I'm the point. I'm making law changed the way you actually feel because they're always going to be ways around making something legal, but you can feel racist. So why don't we try making them change your mind about white ROY? To be racist rather than just coughing. They decide to boo black players every time. They get the bowl that is not sanction for that. Because doing is legal as I said, and if you're gonna say we're gonna ban doing then you can do something else..
"john barnes" Discussed on KCRW
"Vision with the prosecution is calling this in terms of an alternative prosecution is not something that was ever envisioned by the legislators or by the courts and India is the latest country to test an anti-satellite missile could there be an arms race? But concern would be that. If there's a future conflict, these weapons might be used first business. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer senators are pressing the head of the Federal Aviation Administration on how the agency might have missed issues with Boeing seven thirty-seven max planes that could have caused two deadly crashes embarrassed Daniella. Chaz low reports senators are focused on the flight control system. That's expected of forcing the planes into a nosedive the pilots could not overcome commerce committee, chairman Ted Cruz asked FA acting administrator. Daniel L, weather pilots knew about 'em cats when they trained on the differences between the Boeing max and its predecessor was there any information on the gas that was included in the short self administered. Online course that pilots are required to go through. There was not specific specific instruction on the M cast to to my knowledge, US pilots have said, they did not know of the caste system before the line aircrash or how to disable it. Crews says the two crashes have threatened trust in the US aviation industry and its regulators Danielle says, though NPR news Washington for the first time in more than twenty years. The FDA is proposing new rules to improve communication with patients after a mammogram and to strengthen its oversight of mammographic facilities. More from NPR's Patty, naming the new proposals would require mammography facilities inform patients and their referring doctors if patients have dense breasts. The notification letter would explain how density can make it more difficult to read a mammogram and discover a cancerous tumor, it would also recommend women speak with their doctor about breast cancer risk more than half of all women over forty have dense breasts, which means there is more dense. Tissue than fatty tissue. Doctors may suggest close monitoring of patients with dense breasts, and in some cases, advanced testing such as three D mammography ultrasound or MRI the FDA also wants to modernize its oversight of mammography facilities to ensure compliance with quality standards. Patty, named NPR news US customs and border protection says it intends to pull about seven hundred and fifty officers off ports of entry and redeploy them to process. What the agency says the record number of migrant families entering the US at the Mexico border. See BP Commissioner Kevin and made the announcement today to news conference in all Paso, Texas this stark and increasing shift to more vulnerable populations combined with overwhelming numbers and inadequate capacity to detain families and children at ice and health and human services, respectively is creating a humanitarian crisis the agency says it also intends to redirect service personnel and expand food transportation. And medical contacts to meet the growing humanitarian need a drop in healthcare and technology companies help fuel the slide on Wall Street today. The Dow down thirty two points, the NASDAQ fell forty eight points, this is NPR and this is KCRW at four minutes after five o'clock, I'm Steve to you take us. Good evening. A jury today awarded eighty million dollars in damages punitive damages at about seventy five million and compensatory at about five million to a northern California man who claimed that the weed killer called roundup caused his cancer jurors in San Francisco return that amount for Edwin Hardiman, it was the same jury that previously found that round up was a substantial factor in hartman's non-hodgkin's lymphoma Monsanto, which is owned by bear is facing thousands of similar lawsuits all across the country. The agribusiness giant saying studies have established with the active ingredient in it is widely used we killer. What's called glysophate is safe last year? A different jury though, awarded another man two hundred eighty nine million dollars. Award that a judge later, slashed Monsanto has appealed that case Harman's case may be more significant though because the judge in that trial is overseeing hundreds of roundup lawsuits, and is deemed it a bellwether trial. The Orange County sheriff's department reversed course today on a controversial immigration policy. The sheriff saying that he's ending a contract with the federal government to house, some immigration and customs enforcement detainees in local jails that question of whether local law enforcement should cooperate with ice has been a sensitive one here in California. But his case WSB cherry Glaser explains. Now that may not be the reason behind this kind of change Orange County. Sheriff John Barnes says he's making the move to free up more space for mentally ill inmates. In a video announcement Barnes said OC jails have seen a forty percent spike in mental health cases in the last four years. He says that's due at least partly to California's policy of realignment, which has shifted some state prisoners to county lockups today instead of short term detention facilities are gels have transition. And many state prisons that'll help hospitals and drug treatment centers the county's contract with ice wasn't scheduled to expire for another year. Once the agreement is terminated ice has one hundred twenty days to move detainees to other facilities. Probably out of state KCRW's cherry Glazer reporting the OC sheriff's department, by the way, says it will continue to alert ice when it's releasing serious and violent offenders in immigration agents have issued detainers for five oh six KCRW support for NPR comes from the John D and Catherine T MacArthur foundation, recognizing exceptionally creative. Individuals Messrs.
"john barnes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Doug because you only have one set of eyes. But everyone in the neighborhood who's driving walking going to school going to work walking their dogs, wherever they're doing those are multiple sets that is so you wanna be actually getting out and talking to people and giving them your flyers making sure they call you if they see your dog. So you're looking you're looking for your dog. But you're also looking for anybody who has spotted your dog, right, right? There is a lot of experts have put a lot of thought into determining what's the best kind of sign to make. And what are the attributes of the best time to put in different types of locations? And so I have some information on that in the book also, but it's really. Yes. Putting for example. Okay. Bigger signs at intersections. 'cause you think about it. As an intersection where someone has to stop in a car. They have time to read it. So you wanna focus on intersections versus just in the middle of a street someplace where somebody might not be able to stop and then flyers that you can actually hand out door to door really reaching out to people's via social media or via the old fashioned way of walking door to door knocking on people's doors. Putting up signs those are things that people still are using to try and find their dog as soon as possible if you're not finding your dog right away. Then there are other things like obviously going to shelters. There are paid services who will then text or phone calls to a wider radius. You could hire people to help you even a pet detective there really is such a thing as a pet. Yeah. Who do a lot of these things? So basically, depending on how long it takes. You're gonna want to escalate the drills that you use in your search. Okay. Now this thought just came in in my neighborhood. That was like everybody knew there was a dog missing and two weeks pass by nothing. Like, what are you suggested owners that goes through something like this just give up after a few weeks of not finding them? Well, definitely in my book. I don't give up. And there's someone else that I quote in the book who says your dog is out there somewhere, and I do have a couple of stories in the book about dogs who were stolen and that does. Yes. That's that's devastating. But I do have a couple of stories in the book about dogs were stolen whose owners did find them, and they didn't give up. And so if you even if it's been a really long time, and there are some stories in the book about people who've dogs were missing for years. But because they had a microchip the dogs were missing somebody else had adopted them found them cut them. And then eventually they ended up in another shelter sometimes across the country. But because they had a microchip they could be reunited with their owners. That's not the kind of thing where an owner would be actively searching for years, right? But certainly there are stories about dogs who've been missing for weeks and months and are found so it's very difficult. It can be just extremely yapping to not know what's happened to your dog. And and because of that they're also in my book, there are also resources for grief support groups, even when you're grieving you can still be either looking or continually just monitoring either you're giving Facebook. Page or something like that. In case. Somebody does see your dog or dog that they think might be your dog. Right. Yeah. That's useful. It was a very distressing for the the owners. That's for sure. Yeah. It really is. So this is also interesting especially for for my circle. What tips would you have not for the owners for the dog handlers of the dog walkers the dog trainers volunteers, and like you mentioned dog may not have a strong bond with any of the bub? So what would you suggest? Well, I think everything that I've said, but just amplified you're walking a dog. That's not your own, especially if it's a rescue dog or a sausage. Everything is be even more cautious. Which is don't make any assumptions if the dog doesn't seem afraid it doesn't mean that something's going to happen. Ten seconds from now that's going to freak that dog out. And it's going to try and get away walking the dog with a harness or a Martingale collar. Not a flat collar is another really important one checking off dates and doors and things like that where a dog could get out really easily 'cause dogs are pretty inventive. And they usually know where the vulnerable places are in their own yard or their own fence. So I would say always double checking the toddler the fence or the doorways not making assumptions that dog just super friendly when it might become afraid of something those are things that if you're taking care of dog. That's not your own. You can just be even more vigilant about yes agreed agreed before we we wrap up. Maybe you can tell us a little bit about you highlights of the book, which you have been and people can find this on Amazon. Yeah. It's on Amazon. John Barnes and noble. And if you like to read e books, it's on IT tens and Hobo and Google play. I guess kindle because it would be off of Amazon. Yes. Yes. You can get it on kindle and all the links to that. Are I have a website, which is WWW dot doggone missing dot com. So their links to where people can buy the book we are out of time. I really appreciate you sharing a knowledge, Amy and us.
"john barnes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Temperatures warming up to sixty degrees by three I'm Gary three meteorologist Linh Trung. Newsradio key right now. Auburn you have forty seven degrees, elk grove. You're waking up to forty five degrees, and it is forty seven in Sacramento at NewsRadio KFC K. Democratic Senator Harris officially launching her campaign for the presidency. Twenty twenty at a rally in her hometown of Oakland on Sunday Harissa, California lawmaker in longtime prosecutor says she would be a president for all people. I'm running to be president of the people by the people and for all people. If she wins, a democratic primary Harris would be the first African American woman and first Asian American woman to be a major party nominee for president. She took aim at President Trump's policies at the rally we are here because the American dream and our democracy are under attack and on the line like never before. Here is the third sitting Senator to make her twenty twenty ambitions official along with senators Elizabeth Warren and Kirsten gillibrand Mike blunt NewsRadio KFB K federal agents. Have arrested a rancher Cordova nurse on suspicion of running an illegal online pharmacy that sold more than twenty thousand dollars in prescription opioid pills. The Sacramento bee reports forty six year old Carrie Marcus was arrested last week could face charges, including a distribution and conspiracy. She wasn't it wasn't immediately known if she has an attorney prosecutors say that Marcus earn tens of thousands of dollars selling drugs their marketplace on the dark net as she is expected to appear in court later today fencing all continues to pour into the country, and is now considered America's deadliest drugs. Surpassing heroin with overdoses on the rise. One state Senator says more pressure should be put on the traffickers state Senator Patricia Bates, partnered with Orange County sheriff John Barnes to craft a new Bill which puts Nolan the list of drugs with penalty enhancements for supply. Wires sheriff Barnes puts the danger of functional into perspective, if you had a sugar pack, and you dumped it out on the table to granules of that sugar would be a lethal dose of Barnes worked with Senator Bates to write the new Bill designed to go after the worst traffickers not users who need treatment. He says Mexico, not China is now the main source of coming into the country, and that has a direct impact on California is increasing significantly. And it's not going to go away without some type of penalty for these people traffic in these large amounts of Senator Bates says the Bill is already received bi-partisanship support. And she hopes the new governor will back it. John Brennan Z NewsRadio B K recent robberies of Sacramento marijuana businesses. Have city officials calling for owners to keep a lid on where and when they deliver their product the latest robberies to cannabis companies have the city's chief of marijuana policy and enforcement Joe Devlin calling for business owners to develop irregular plans when it comes to moving product and cash from one place to another when patterns develop he become more predictable that soft target of a person and a vehicle becomes even. Softer because the marijuana industry is currently working predominantly on cash. Transactions. Devlin is also recommending business owners limited information on such dealings cash handling procedures delivery dates and times really should be on a need to know basis. And that information should be really controlled at the top of any company. Devlin says it's important to remember the dispensaries are proving to be safe places and that crime being dealt with is mostly on the production side of the industry. Joe michaels. Newsradio K B K no injuries reported after a fire at a north highlands storage facility destroyed an SUV, and at least ten units the fire broke out about late Sunday afternoon at the facility on Auburn boulevard near Madison Avenue took about thirty firefighters to contain that fire. It started in an SUV but the cause remains under investigation Yosemite. National park is set to reopen today after the thirty five day partial government shutdown the park saw partial staff in return over the weekend before the entire roughly five hundred member workforce arrives today. Meanwhile, question silver main regarding how long? Workers would stay on the job. President Trump over the weekend. Threatened to shut down the government again in three weeks. If congress continues to deny funding for a wall at the US Mexico border. I'm Dan Nicholson along with Christine danza eight is six oh seven at NewsRadio KFB K. Let's get a check of our traffic. Trouble spot. Here's dana. And right now, we have a counter commute accident..
"john barnes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Average. Nobody knew there was a dog missing and two weeks pass by nothing like what are you suggest should owners that goes through something like this just give up after a few weeks of not finding them. Well, definitely in my book. I say don't give up. And there's someone else that I quote in the book who says your dog is out there somewhere, and I do have a couple of stories in the book about dogs who were stolen and that does. Yes. Devastating. But I do have a couple of stories in the book about dogs were stolen owners did find them, and they didn't give up and so do you even if it's been a really long time. And there are some stories in the book about people who dogs were missing for years. But because they had a microchip the dogs were missing somebody else had adopted them found them cut them. And then eventually they ended up in another shelter sometimes across the country. But because they had a microchip they could be reunited with their owners. That's not the kind of thing where an owner would be actively searching for years, right? But certainly there are stories about dogs who've been missing for weeks and months and are found so it's very difficult. It can be just extremely yapping to not know what's happened to your dog. And and because of that they're also in my book, there are also resources for grief support groups, even when you're grieving you can still be either looking or continually monitoring either your Facebook. Page or something like that. In case. Somebody does see your dog or dog that they think might be your dog. Right. Yeah. That's useful. It was a very distressing moment for the the owners. That's for sure. Yeah. It really is. So this is also interesting especially for for my circle. What tips would you have not for the owners for the dog handlers? The dog walkers the dog trainers volunteers, and like you mentioned the dog may not have a strong bond with any of the above. So what would you suggest? Well, I think everything that I've said, but just amplified if you're walking a dog that's not your own especially if it's a rescue dog or thought. Everything is be even more cautious. Which is don't make any assumptions if the dog doesn't seem afraid it doesn't mean that something's going to happen. Ten seconds from now that's going to freak that dog out. And it's going to try and get away walking the dog harness or a Martingale collar, not a flat collar is another really important one checking off dates and doors and things like that where a dog could get out really easily 'cause dogs are pretty inventive. And they usually know where the vulnerable places are in their own yard or their own fence. So I would say always double checking the Kotler the fence or the doorways not making assumptions that dog just super friendly when it might become afraid of something those are things that if you're taking care of a dog that's not your own. You can just be even more vigilant about yes agreed agreed before we we wrap up. Maybe you can tell us a little bit about you highlights of the book, which you have been and people can find this on Amazon. Yeah. It's on Amazon. John Barnes and noble. And if you like to read e books, it's on ITN's and Hobo and Google play. I guess kindle because it would be off of Amazon. Yes, yes. He can get it on kindle, and all the links that are I have a website, which is WWW dot doggone missing dot com. So their links to where people can buy the book we are out of time. I really appreciate you sharing a knowledge Amy and to us as well as show producer Mark winter for making this show possible,.
"john barnes" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I suppose what you do is you you would look at the fenders. If you're looking from appropriately quantum view have technical busy. And a particularly quick I think that might be might be part of it. I think you may. Well, look at defendants perhaps to have the opportunities that they might have happened. You think would be very good place, for example, like city did with Donilon. Maybe you look at someone like Cemento up. Also, maybe you look at someone like. Maybe you go look at people like maybe you go look at people like, Johnny. Maybe you go look at plas who can who can come up and down the wing for you. That's that's a possibility. But I didn't think to build this that you look at it. Now and say there are really obvious candidate straight out straight off the tall. Not just making up names of the end. Defend stevie. He's favorite meal, but is not cooked violin. Chris. Exactly. That's why awesome. Not only. I'll tell you the thing about Stephen is fantastic. Chef is on right. You know, we see this sausage. Opinions last week. Difficult. It's not one of these gyms OPA must apply. Could live again you. Ps. Well, Stephen is going to tell you. Would you? Did you put them on the Griddle something? I mean, did you fry them doing with these things? Right. I was playing Molly. What's a check them. All. Taken them off decided just to give them the right? Then I go and scoldings played Mario count. And then. Fifteen minutes later, I'm in the middle again, and I could smell shorten Finley. Remember? Yeah. Wheel left a piece on the. I'm finding this one support you actually by the patriots are underdogs against the chiefs schools notes. Nothing. So by the way, Stevie Z, Stephen. Chiefs of number one, see home. Because team you don't against any situation. It would be would be the patriots. I mean going into a tough place, and Kansas are very very good. The patriots. We'll be out the best the best. They can do it. This is very similar to the analysts to half hundred and the Super Bowl with John Barnes. Two thousand. What are they find that clip was at the pump? This plan. Jones intervene interviewed me. The first half of the game. By the way, I had eight in me as well. Please someone fine this clip. What was it for channel four channel four four in England. Yeah. And after was thought would you get ruled till well. Well, you. We with that's done ESPN FC pack tomorrow in Craig's it stealing looking into awesome. Chelsea. Yes. Yes. Ooh wee. Hasn't it? Wasn't it isn't it?
"john barnes" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Grapes. Sheriff John Barnes says one of the rapes happen when a nine year old girl was grabbed walking home from a store in lake forest. Much of the focus will be on the methods used to identify the suspect. We must not lose sight of the victims. They have lived for twenty three and twenty years respectively with no answers darn says DNA in the two cases led to a set of identical twins. Both men were arrested. But after further investigation one was released President Trump has been considering a plan to divert money from California to pay for the border wall. The plan would take two and a half billion dollars dedicated to the army corps of engineer water projects the projects that could be impacted stretch from northern California down to the central valley. The Northridge earthquake has inspired a guide to business recovery. What is our plan in the face of a major disaster. Was the quake twenty five years ago that shifted? The course of Bill Allen's career from TV executive to CEO of the LA county economic Development Corporation and became fascinated by how we could build a more resilient community here in the San Fernando Valley. Allen says the resilience of the business community is key for recovery after the next major quake, which is why he put together new guide for business planning for operations after a major earthquake guide recommends backing up data in the cloud and having a financial plan to stay in operation in Northridge. Chris ancarlo KFI news free workouts in L, A county have been helping women recover from debilitating illnesses are plan in the face of a major disaster. The quake twenty-five years ago that shifted. The course of Bill Allen. Tracy green is been dealing with health problems for three years now, I and autoimmune disease I was on a cane intermittently and couldn't see for about two years. So as soon as I started to recover from that is when I was diagnosed with the crazy, rare ovarian cancer she finished chemo for her cancer in August, then she discovered Bollywood classes at the Gare school of rhythm in Glendale..
"john barnes" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Orange County radio station to catch a rapist tests about at a live from the KFI. Twenty four hour newsroom. The same DNA technique using the Golden State killer case may have helped solve to rape cases. The DNA matched identical twins to to rapes from the nineties. One was a woman who was grabbed and raped in a park in mission. Viejo the other was a nine year old girl just walking home from a store in lake forest. OC sheriff's John Barnes says a sketch created back then is very similar to recent photos nine year old brave little girl after being brutally molested and raped was able to provide that description to our investigators she's incredibly strong those twins were arrested. But one was let go after cops determine which one they believe committed the crimes at OC sheriff's department headquarters in Santa Anna Corbin Carson KFI news, SpaceX located in Hawthorne is launching layoffs cutting ten percent of its roughly six thousand workers saying it needs to lean out to succeed in. Enormous projects like creating an interplanetary spacecraft ambitious projects. Elon Musk's firm says would have bankrupted other organizations SpaceX launches government and commercial satellites into orbit and deliver supplies to the international space station, but the company estimates it will lead billions to build a spaceship capable of sending astronauts to Mars and a satellite system for global internet service. Erin bender KFI news Broward County, Florida sheriff Scott Israel has been suspended Florida. Governor Rhonda Sanchez suspended him yesterday because of Israel's response to the shooting at a high school last year, the massacre might never have happened had brower had better leadership and the sheriff's department the parkland families, the people of Broward and the broader Florida community one accountability. Santos says retired corporal springs. Police sergeant Gary Tony Gregory Tony will serve as a new sheriff seventeen people died in that shooting at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school on Valentine's Day last year, ROY county, Florida sheriff Scott Israel, also says that he did nothing wrong. This was about politics not about parkland. Neither the governor nor any member of his staff has ever spoken to me about this tragedy. There is a Nebraska man trying to figure out why a bunch of Dev's grabbed his retaining wall. And then took off demand from Maha. Says thieves didn't break into his home. They broke down and stole his wall. Laverne Smith says one of his neighbors told him a pickup truck pulled up to his house in broad daylight. Five men got out removed his retaining wall brick by brick and took off Smith says they even came back the next day with a blow torch to remove the remaining blocks that were frozen to the ground. He says he can't figure out why they did it. He just wants the guys who took the blocks to return them and rebuilt his wall. Amy king KFI news. Traffic from your helpful socal Honda.
One year later, Grenfell Tower fire survivors still coping with grief
"The our news headlines of the grenfell tower are being remembered exactly a year after the devastating blaze in west london the block and others nearby bullet green names of the seventy two people who died were read at a private vigil kareem kelly lost his sister kadija in the far he's told us the last year has been a nightmare we are suffering this year was full of sorrow for of grief back set up a project to support those affected of children in the community have woken up this morning thinking about the friends the whole communities reflective particularly now particularly at this time and the community once again is coming together to support each other and i think that's what makes this area so amazing a minute silence at midday in other news rolls royces two counts around four thousand six hundred jobs over the next two years the engineering giant says it's part of a restructuring is it aims to save four hundred million pounds annually it's thought the cats will mainly be managerial roles will be from the uk workforce a man's been arrested over fears classified information about britain's new f thirty five stealth fighter jets has been passed to china antiterror officers are questioning a man on suspicion of breaching the official secrets act it's reported he works for the engineering giant rolls royce in darvish shut the company though is not commenting home secretary is expected to loosen migration controls to enable thousands of highly skilled workers to come to the uk the annual limit of twenty thousand seven hundred affects the likes of non eu doctors it specialists and engineers and managers of worn the cap is causing a recruitment crisis robbie williams will perform at the opening ceremony for the two thousand eighteen world cup later hosts russia face saudi arabia in the first match of the tournament england legend john barnes has been giving julia his predictions okay i mean i don't think we will win it but we can get to the quarterfinals and of course in the quarterfinals we could play spain brazil and if you look at the problem spain or having having got rid of their manager on a one off this young england team could beat anyone so great radio national weather is the weather weather warnings for much of the north strong winds and renaissance because of storm hector which has moved in this morning wind and rain will ease in the south later though with some sunshine radio sports thousands of trade products to click.
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano creates toxic stew as lava reaches Pacific
"Breath live from npr news emotion i'm shay stevens primaries are scheduled to be held today in arkansas georgia and kentucky while several runoffs will be held in texas and georgia to democrats are vying for the chance to become the state's first female governor the state gop juba gubernatorial primary is a three way contest meanwhile a veterans group is criticizing an ad in a kentucky democratic primary npr's quil lawrence reports that a former fighter pilot is running against the mayor of lexington the front running democrats in kentucky six district are aiming mcgrath a combat veteran and jim gray the popular mayor of lexington their politics are similar the ads haven't gone too negative than last week and add clean mcgrath only moved home to kentucky to run for congress she's lived around the country and the world serving our nation we're all grateful for that but now she's running for congress to represent the one place she's never lived here a veterans group supporting mcgrath says she you can't be criticized for twenty years away in the marine corps the great campaign says it's fair to point out she hasn't spent recent years in kentucky both campaigns now accused the other of going negative the winner will try to unseat three term republican andy barr in the fall quil lawrence npr news santa fe high school south of houston remains closed following a mass shooting there last week the seventeen rolled alleged gunman is being held on ten counts of murder and other charges school district police officer john barnes is among the thirteen people injured in the attack his condition has now been upgraded from critical stable law is pouring from killer way of volcano into the ocean off hawaii's big island as a new eruption sent another ash cloud thousands of feet into the air and hawaii public radio's bill dorman reports that it setting off a chemical reaction those lava pushes its way into the ocean it produces what scientists call lays lava combining with volcanic as one of the byproducts is hydrochloric acid another tiny pieces of glass.
School resource officer John Barnes, others: Heroes emerge in Texas school shooting
"Happening now the school reached a deal with tyndall last summer that allowed him to resign with an undisclosed financial payouts mazrui says her firm plans to file more lawsuits later this week usc provos michael quick issued a letter apologizing to tindall's patients but he defended how top administrators have handled the case for npr news i'm benjamin gottlieb in los angeles according to a former colleague the officer who was critically wounded in the santa fe texas high school shooting left a big city police department seeking an easier life in a small town officer john barnes remains hospitalized in stable condition school district chief walter braun had this update monday offered mourns still in is the us and subsequent surgeries and he's at ups and downs today there's a down day the seventeen year old alleged gunman is charged with murdering ten people and injuring at least thirteen others including officer barnes this is npr news primaries are scandal tuesday arkansas georgia and kentucky will voters in texas will hold several primary runoffs from their first round of voting in march in georgia to democrats are vying for the chance to become that state's first woman governor the gop gubernatorial primary in the state is a three way contest former coal mine executive don blankenship says he still wants to try to unseat democratic west virginia senator joe manchin blankenship who lost the republican primary earlier this month says he's now joined the constitution party which believes in limited government and christian based values he's the former messier energy ceo who spent a year in federal prison for violating safety rules and a two thousand ten mine explosion that killed twenty nine workers the sixty third annual obie awards were handed out late monday in new york to honor the highest achievements in off broadway theatre details from jeff london the ob's are unlike other theater award.
Houston police chief: Vote out politicians only
"The community and keep in mind this is the end of the school year so students will be going to graduations and also going to some of their fellow classmates funerals margaret elmar the city of houston is just right up the road from santa fe houston police chief art asa vado joins us now he's expressed his frustration with gun violence in a facebook post that went viral this weekend chief thank you for joining us i know a friend of yours john barnes who retired houston police officer was one of the armed guards at the school during the shooting is someone you just visited with can you tell us what is conditioners well thank god that he's he's in very serious condition but he's stable i can tell you that we expect him to recover his family's there with him his friends are there with him and they're very grateful for all the prayers and all the messages have been receiving from around the country in the world because he was their armed guards were there in fact this school had one safety awards in the past why didn't all those measures prevent this attack you know that's part of the ongoing investigation as to what the what we can do better but we don't one thing if it wasn't for those officers that ran towards the gunfire for john and his assistant chief and others that actually discharged their firearms and returned fire leading to the suspect surrendering who knows what the casualty count would have been but they're heroes and but now we need to look ahead to see how we can do better next time because there will be a next time based on the inaction of elected officials across this country specifically are you faulting for not taking action well let me tell you people at the state level on the federal level too many places in our country are not doing anything other than offering prayers i'm grateful i'm working in the city with a mayor whose transformative in turner and what we're starting to see is that local governments are starting to make a difference and i think that the american people gun owners the vast majority of which are pragmatic and actually support gun sense and gun reform in terms of keeping.
Hawaii Volcano: Lava May Cross Highway 137 in Next 4 to 7 Hours
"To teachers cynthia tis deal and glenda and perkins along with eight students killed in the rampage christone era mcleod kimberly vaughn shawna fisher sabika chic and exchange student from pakistan along with christian garcia jared black and angelique ramirez angelique she was very funny person and she was very love thirteen others are still recovering from injuries including school police officer john barnes from gunshot wounds the alleged shooter seventeenyearold dimitrios pagor cheese is now behind bars charged with capital murder is where i'm not sure what he understands lawyers for the suspect telling abc news the shotgun and pistol police say the teenager used in the shooting or locked in a gun cabinet and his parents had no idea of their son's alleged plan they didn't know they didn't expect and they surely couldn't have predicted cloth authorities continue to investigate why this happened an outpouring of support for the grieving community from across the country including an offer from nfl player jj watt of the houston texans stepping up and offered to pay for all of the funerals set to begin in the coming days and tonight the suspect is being held in confinement on suicide watch his lawyer say the teen will he is still very much in shock himself with her abc news santa fe texas no tonight investigators trying to figure out exactly how this happened unbelievable this is in midtown atlanta and it happened last night a sudden explosion caused a window washer scaffolding to collapse leaving two men dangling the two workers finally themselves to safety was able to put his feet on the railing below one got up on one balcony just an incredible scene there so glad everyone is okay the workers did make it safely to the ground with only minor injuries lava flows in hawaii have covered a roadway forcing rescuers to pull some stranded people to safety the number of fissures on hawaii's big island has now reached twenty two that is since the first one opened up just two weeks ago some of them so powerful they can be heard from miles away meanwhile there was another explosive eruption at the killilea summit this one happened overnight and that's sprayed ash seven thousand feet into the air i'm thinking that this is the new normal officials are preparing for more possible evacuations experts say the activity could last several more weeks still had on komo news starbucks is making a major policy change find out what would.