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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Fairfield during a house fire. Investigators say the man's oxygen tanks exploded. He's not yet been publicly identified. He died the fire. Three others were able to escape the home on Chateau Way. While the consequences of Thanksgiving have yet to be realized. The third wave of coronavirus crashing down on much of the U. S. C. D c with another warning as the number of covert cases in hospitalizations breaks another record that CDC warning the virus has entered a phase of high level transmission now urging people to wear masks indoors. Anywhere you go, and if you're home and a loved one's been exposed, where one to cope in 19, maybe the leading cause of reported deaths in the US this week topic Heart disease and lung cancer, according to a projection by researchers at the University of Washington As ABC is Christine Sloan, both Ohio and Kentucky continue to see high numbers of daily covert 19 cases and deaths. Both are preparing for the rollout of that first dose of the vaccine. Trump administration is suspending all federal student loan payments through the end of January. They'll keep the interest rates at 0% that extends moratorium that started early on in the pandemic. It was set to expire the end of this month. That'll leave it up to the Biden administration has decided what to do. Next, and outdoor dining space is created by the covert 19 pandemic may become permanent here in Cincinnati. There. John Cranley and the Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation yesterday announced this $2 million plan to establish these so called ST Aries with the word eat in the middle of ST Mary's. They want to expand the sidewalks and build concrete curb bump outs to allow more capacity for the restaurants and over the Rhine..

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Latest traffic weather together from the UC help Transfix Center the greatest gift this holiday season. It's keeping loved ones safe and well, do the right thing. Together. We can stop the spread of covert 19 not bound 70 five's getting heavier out of Florence making your way towards the construction barrels of Burlington. Think clears quickly. You're in great shape. By the time you get to Erlanger into 75 crews are working with an accident. Not too far from there. It's above Richwood and Dixie Highway is shut down because of it near Frank Duque Boulevard. There's also wreck with injuries and Anderson Township that's on five mile at Old five mile Chuck Ingram news radio 700 wlw. Now the latest forecast from the advanced Industry Weather Center as we adjust to the new normal in our lives, advanced industry will continue working to make your dental visit as safe as possible. No fear. Dentist dot com Sunshine today and strike state with a high of 63 clouds Tonight Low 46 cloudy with isolated showers tomorrow. Tomorrow side 55 50 degrees Right now there are calls to Clean house and Cincinnati City Hall, not the councilman spending tide of them bribery charges, the third this year, two of them remain on council deciding key issues facing the city at the same time. That their votes in the past being questioned because of payoffs investigators say they've received. I stand here, this building where I've spent most of my professional career. Building a better city. One that I'm proud of. But I'm not proud of Another arrest today of a city council member P g. Sittenfeld. And Just like the two other council members. I think he needs to resign. He certainly is entitled to due process, but he should focus on that. Had a Cincinnati married John Cranley. Sittenfeld offered.

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"john cranley" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on KTOK

"At med school doc KP dot org's I cannot think of a major American city that's been controlled by liberals, not just Democrats because you do find a Charlie Luke owner, John Cranley, who are not extremists who are Democrats. But when the most extreme elements of socialist takeover a city what happens is what's happening in Portland, Chicago, Cleveland, Atlanta, New York City de Blasio. That is what happens and the media doesn't cover it. Now you and I just did. But Columbus is a great city and also has Ohio State University. More or less on the French is that dominates. This is scientists of state government but nonetheless, a view of a socialist takeover. Crime's gonna skyrocket businesses they're going to flee. People can't send their kids to the public school system in which case that then the taxes go up. More people flee. It's a death spiral right now. Seattle, Los Angeles and Portland or in death spirals. I hope Columbus doesn't follow. Me either. And you know if I could make a plea, quick, it, folks if you want the Camilla here, come on. Here is Joe Biden. The early bailed Low bail ticket. You know, we had a situation Friday morning where a manager of a white castle was shot and killed for just showing up doing her job and the guy that killed her. Was released on bond, a low bond that that's the philosophy today. My friend is they have no bond and parts of the job Bind campaign posted the bond for serious felons in the state of Washington and Oregon. Let's continue. Now we have. AH, let's go to rainy, rainy in Alabama, Iranian Alabama. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show Reaney Go ahead. Well, thank you so much for taking my call. Thank you so much. I am just My son is studying to be a doctor. The five minute clip from us the way and Stanford University that the CDC has admitted that only 6% of the deaths are Koven. Six. And of them. There are a lot of amore immune deficient. People like AIDS. Sure, And that doesn't mean they don't matter but amazed. The general population is not at risk. In fact, the survivability rate of covert 19 since September, 1st has been over 99%. And so we have the treatments. We have the therapeutics, and that doesn't diminish anyone's death. All of us are terribly important expressions of God's love. But nonetheless, it is a lie to say that grammar school Children, high school kids and college kids are at risk when they're not at risk. In fact, they're four times more likely to be killed of the seasonal flu than a covert 19. But we act as if it is the black death when it is not Absolutely. And they said that that 94% and I want to give you a quote from Burkes. April 8th. This This whip that he played for me was just a month ago. But Burke said the exact same thing April 8 So the 94% are not cove it but they are, You know the different things. The lung disease, diabetes, heart disease, certain things. But They tested positive for Kobe. So they put covert on it. They didn't and people are twisting them. They're saying the underlying causes with the other things. But Kobe kill them. No. They admitted that 94%. We're not over. They just tested Pope it And so they called a covert, even though the death was something else, And this April, 8 Burkey said the same exact thing. So long. I just lost my plate Rainy looking this way. Also, I'm glad you called. Thank you is that the death rate of covert 19 is 190.13%. The death rate of the seasonal flu is 0.10%. It's just a little bit higher and is coming down. By spring. This is going to be the review Mir. We're going to have covert 19 around us forever is not leaving. We got the flu around is forever. It's something to worry about something. They had a shot. You have to be careful..

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Anyone believe that? Not just no, The answer is hell? No Now, lastly, before I go to the calls Look into my left. Portland is now in their 120th consecutive day of protest that are riots rides an organized gathering in order to Impose violence in his absolute violent protests and riots. That's what it is. There's no police department in America created coin and configured. Among 12 are days, seven days a week with riders who shoot police stand. Police use lasers in their eyes and try to kill cops and burned down building. That is not a protest Dr Fred Shuttlesworth about that. That is a riot. Portland will not shut it down. The only reason in Cincinnati we don't have riots is because of the police, the sheriff's Department John Cranley, Joe Deters and the judges. You gotta have all three. I gotta go. I got to get to the calls. Make sure day. I don't talk for more than one more minute. You gotta have the cops at the front line. Arresting you got to have support by the politicians. Who are them. You have to have prosecutors who will prosecute. You gotta have judges the sentence. These riders and these arsonists and these looters and these burglars a long time in jail. These air,.

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"John Cranley though was quick to veto an ordinance in which funds would be moved from the transit authority to fund the streetcar and keep rights free Cranley said nobody who gave public comment about the budget called for this this is the worst budget in a hundred years and we're going to start giving away free car service we had people furlough for months we cut twenty five percent from Human Services to get through the fiscal twenty budget and by the way everyone I talked to including Human Services chamber of commerce including United Way endorsed issue seven because they view the bus service is part of the social service network to make sure that people can get to and from their chops in their homes he said this is an example of why some people say city council isn't listening Ohio's governor eighteen cases still above the state's twenty one day average today it was four seventy five the new number of cases was six hundred thirty two along with twenty new desks which today fell below its twenty one day average of twenty two there were sixty eight new hospitalizations and ten new ICU admissions and more than forty six thousand seven oh seven hundred Ohioans have seen positive test results since the pandemic began Kentucky governor anybody here this afternoon giving an update on where his state stood when it came to cover nineteen we are still currently in a manageable phase with the plateau that way around and that means that there are some things we can do better we need a lot more people wearing masks but remember if you can stay that six feet apart it is significant protection for you and for others cannot Kentucky announcing two hundred twenty nine new covered nineteen cases and one new death wish here says come Monday the state will be fully open at some capacity in says residents have to go about their daily activity with caution of what is the new normal until a vaccine is developed.

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Taking the necessary steps to cut down on the crowds of people that they saw out last weekend level does not want another scene like last weekend number of photos surfaced showing people gathered in large groups enjoying drinks in the city's designated outdoor refreshment zone all in violation of social distancing requirements from now on on weekends in that downtown district it is going to completely shut down mulberry street on the weekend so people have more room to spread out like closing the streets city leaders say restaurants can put more tables outside and be able to maintain proper social distancing posing a mulberry street goes into a fact a four o'clock on Friday and continues through Sunday night I'm Brian combs newsradio seven W. O. W. the city of Cincinnati says it wants re opening business this to comply and to be safe not to be punished criminally tomorrow will take before council initiative instead of the criminal violation is currently on the governor's orders books we're going to move that to a civil action through the civil fines we've even less than that and Tonio young with the health department announcing yesterday that health inspectors will be checking businesses mainly in the areas of the city with the highest number of positive cases of covert nineteen the loss to respond to any complaint reports mayor John Cranley says he wants businesses also to post signs with a list of the rule you can't have a bunch of people standing together at a bar you can't be at a gas station with no attempt to space people out in line you can't have a gas station where people just hanging out at the gas tank into the store itself there has to be active efforts to mark where people can stand the mayor says city leaders are still working on how they will let restaurants and bars with outdoor seating expand out onto sidewalks and the streets of downtown and in over the Rhine and announcement on that is expected tomorrow a big start to the day on Wall Street the Dow down one hundred fifty one points nasdaq is picked up thirty two and the S. and P. is lost ten our next update at ten thirty Rick you Chino does radio seven hundred WLW right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but will the uncertainty of current world news.

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Criticism about its distribution the department of health and Human Services it will be sending out more of the donated drug run disappear to hospitals for their use Brian Clark ABC traffic and weather together no delays through the highway system through Cincinnati no accidents reported right now now the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center during this challenging time advanced dentistry would like to say thank you to all the health care workers and folks on the front lines out there you are appreciated a sunny Saturday with a high near fifty for tonight clouds and a low thirty nine then for mother's day tomorrow cloudy skies throughout most of the day and then some late day rain high tomorrow of sixty degrees work to forty right now in Cincinnati there was a fatal crash on northbound seventy five last night just before the paddock exit it looks like this inside police said forty eight year old David Edwards lost control of his Chevy fifteen hundred pick up truck went off into the woods of the right and hit a tree he was not built in and died his passenger forty five year old Molly Cornwell was seriously injured she's at the hospital she was buckled up speed does not appear to be a factor according to the police and they say they're not sure whether he was impaired or not that is yet to be determined John Gallagher's got a quick update now on Cincinnati's covert nineteen cases the city of Cincinnati Friday reported thirty four new coronavirus cases which brought the total number of confirmed cases to six hundred sixty nine of the new cases the youngest was nine years old while the oldest was sixty five with onset of symptoms as early as April twenty seventh and this reason is may third at this time thirty six are being hospitalized for covered nineteen a total of one hundred fifty four cases have required hospitalization during the pandemic thirty one Cincinnati residents have died due to cover nineteen but two hundred eighty six of fully recovered from the virus I'm John Gallagher news radio seven hundred WLW and mayor John Cranley is.

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Any mayor John Cranley today part of the plan to keep restaurant customer safe in Ohio is a mandatory six foot distance between tables even when outdoor seating first re opens next Friday to help with that space the city of Cincinnati is going to close sidewalks and parks of some streets in downtown and over the Rhine along Vine Street wears a little bit higher vehicular traffic is where we'll do the parking lanes but we'll do everything down to the banks and all the way up to family market Joe root Miller with three CDC going over some of the areas that will see this change about two dozen spots in mind overall the goal is to have this expanded outdoor seating ready for next Friday when outdoor seating at restaurants is allowed to resume now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC health traffic center this week we celebrate nurses UCHealth salutes all the courageous nurses committed to advancing healing and reducing suffering every day to all nurses thank you just received a report of an accident it's on the southbound seventy five near twelfth and pike street you've also got an accident on northbound seventy five approaching humble it's got the left lane blocked latest accident elsewhere is on Galbraith east of Winton road and a broken down on reed Hartman highway that is on the approach of two seventy five there I'm rob Williams news radio seven hundred WLW now the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center during this challenging time advanced dentistry would like to say thank you to all the health care workers and folks on the front lines out there you are appreciated mostly cloudy but clear overnight we drop to twenty nine.

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mayor John Cranley is update that was a video from the fire department now the fire chief about to speak in this address from the mayor coming off the heels of governor Mike DeWine's announcement of how the state is going to re open good afternoon everyone I just want to follow up on a few of the things that firefighter doing outlined there as to the differences if you will when we respond on a daily basis we think about this whole pandemic for for firefighters normally when we respond like to rush in in in many instances so we really have to slow down our members in some sense but over the last few weeks it is definitely become real to them as far as the value if you will warning the P. P. everything around the country those N. ninety five mask or something that there's a shortage all around the globe as far as that's concerned but if you notice in the video we wear an advanced three thousand which is a respirator so that's kind of been my goal to us because we can wear those continuously all we have to do is D. con them after each run each incident so we get a lot more life out of them and it's not one of the things that we have to really look forward to this force that supply chain with those in ninety five mass the tied back suits for the down to the city has done a nice job of really supplying us with a lot of those items that really allow us to respond with confidence and at the same time we normally we're used to probably sending anywhere between five and six members into a home for an incident but now we get a medical run usually will send one individual and oftentimes the dispatcher even in their screening calls and questions were asked for the patient to come outside and all of that is really designed to really limit our exposure we are we're still prepared to have everybody coming in if necessary if the incident calls for that but one of the things we're trying to do is really be good stewards of the V. P. N. at the same time just limit the exposure to our members teeny teeny kovi diseases that might be within that household at the same time our members will place a mask on each patient because one of the things that science is helped us appreciate is that surgical masks really closes off the source and the source of where that comes from so you might be asked to wear masks just like we wear mask and all that is designed for the protection of our members are protection of the patient as well family members used to be able to ride in the medic unit and so we've limited that it as well so yeah unforeseen family members will have to find another source of transportation unless they're riding with a minor only one individuals are allowed to ride in those cases and once again it's just designed to really protect you as well as our members as well but at the same time I'm happy to report that to even within the whole fire department only two of are indeed members have tested positive and I think that's really a testament to the men and women of the fire department not only wearing their PPE but at the same time practicing you know good not only distancing because it's difficult for firefighters to distance himself to some degree they ride on the same truck they live in the same fire houses but they've done a good job good job of sanitizing those things keeping them clean and at the same time really watching out for one another and so we hope that continues we've seen some of the horror stories around the country and we're we're doing all we can to make sure that we're not only have a adequate force that's able to respond but at the same time do so effectively as well so thank you for your time and I headed back to my current today mayor John Cranley coming back up to the podium now is the update.

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cincinnati Cincinnati mayor John Cranley top finance meant yesterday this is the three thirty reporter rob carpenter breaking now due to this immediate sharp decrease in revenue the city must act quickly to cut cost in the short term during this crisis in order to ensure that we can bring the city back to full service as quickly as possible Cincinnati mayor John Cranley on Monday afternoon announcing seventeen hundred city workers have been furloughed as the city tries to keep things going in the face of reduced revenues because of the coronavirus mayor Cranley stressing this is temporary you remain he remained city employees and we will bring you all all all back mayor Cranley giving an emotional update saying that no sworn police officer or firefighter is among those being furloughed also on Monday mayor Cranley announced the use of the Cincinnati bell connector along with red bike rentals and rental scooters all being suspended I'm Jacque Crumley news radio seven hundred WLW meanwhile governor Mike DeWine keeping Ohio schools closed through at least may first we are today give an additional or the doctor actin will sign that will that will take this to may first which happens to be a Friday will re evaluate this as we get closer to may first the governor extending the closures which took effect on March sixteenth there are currently one thousand nine hundred and thirty three confirmed cases of covered nineteen in Ohio four eighty in Kentucky and Indiana one thousand seven hundred and eighty six cases our latest forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW mostly cloudy at seven AM temperature of thirty eight degrees our Tuesday then mostly cloudy slight chance of rain and a high of forty eight at night same story by low down to thirty eight temperatures warm to the sixties this week from your severe weather station nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh news radio.

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"John Cranley on Wednesday afternoon issuing a stadium urgency so the city would be ready to handle any confirmed cases of covered nineteen I'm Sean Gallagher news radio seven hundred WLW latest forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW cloudy skies through daybreak morning low of forty five on our Thursday more clouds and afternoon chance my high of sixty six at night rain and storms of marginal severe risk a low of forty four from your severe weather station of nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh news radio seven hundred WLW just to have a look at the radar it is clear forty six degrees Cincinnati police pulled over a guy from the twenty seven hundred block of river road in the city dams fill area heading toward the city Steve Saunders Cincinnati police says the driver did not want to stick around driver of the vehicle and fled from his vehicle and jumped over a retaining wall and officers on literally jump on a moving train Saunders says the driver left the child about five years of age behind in the car JFS was called for the kid the relationship of the driver not known he's described as black in in his mid twenties if anybody has any information about that you can always call crime stoppers at three five to three forty I'm Matt Rees news radio seven hundred WLW ready for Wall Street that's cool status quo stocks tumbled as worries about the economic impact from the novel coronavirus outbreak intensify the Dow plunged fourteen hundred sixty four points almost six percent for the day and dropping twenty percent below the record set last month that puts it into bear territory the broader S. and P. five hundred index professional investors care the most about Ella hundred forty one points and is now just one percent away from a bear market the nasdaq closed down three hundred ninety two points vicious swings like this are becoming routine as investors questioning whether any economic response from Washington will be effective if and when it comes rush to sell amid uncertainty about how badly the outbreak will hit the economy the day's loss wiping out a nearly twelve hundred point gain for the Dow from Tuesday and stands as the index's second largest point drop trailing only behind Monday's plunge of more than two thousand points Dario opener ABC news news radio seven hundred WLW sports college basketball action last night Paul Reid with a double double twenty three points and twelve rebounds DePaul upset Xavier in the first round of the Big East Tournament in New York City seventy one to sixty seven in the big ten first round last night Indiana Ralph Nebraska eighty nine to sixty four today the mid American conference quarterfinals in Cleveland Ohio U. meets Akron at noon that'll be followed by Miami redhawks up against northern Illinois big ten tourney action has Minnesota up again so I went to twenty five six thirty Purdue faces Ohio state ECHL hockey last night Toledo beat the cyclones five to three build either send seven hundred WLW sport thank you SAG for more news to listen to the daily dive the big news stories explain not shouted listen to the daily dive each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts your next update at four o'clock rob carpenter jeans radio seven hundred WLW it is full of the waves in barriers going to spring training the get a call today at three forty seven hundred W. L. W. home of the Cincinnati Reds any duty trucks need premium heavy duty fluids and lubricants pleaded owner operators rely on Starfire premium lubricants to keep their trucks going for the long haul Starfire is your one stop shop for all your lubrication anti freeze gear oil and chemical the William approved from Cummins Detroit diesel Volvo back in Reno stir fry your premium lubricants offer significant savings over major brand new records meeting all OEM specifications ask your service provider for Starfire or for product information visit Starfire number one dot com road construction crazy weather mishaps as professional truck driver you know that accidents happen are you protected if you're injured all IDA offers occupational accident insurance that can protect you uses Dana covered injury while on the job and not covered by workers compensation get the protection you need visit all IDA dot com or call the medical benefits group at one eight hundred seven one five nine three six nine occupational accidents underwritten by leading specialty insurance company an offer through owner operator services Inc when you drive a truck for a living the rest of your life can sound a lot like this qualifying is that also what so what progressive commercial we came up with smart all just share your ELT data with us and you could save an average of twelve hundred ninety dollars without ever slowing down because usually.

John Cranley
"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Yeah there are people that are that are being tested sure you're listening to an update from Cincinnati mayor John Cranley along with members of council about plans in the city going forward to deal with corona virus the mayor this afternoon declaring a state of emergency in the city as a way to make working with different government agencies easier it's important to put this into context this is all a huge change for all of us and all of us myself included have grappled with understanding how serious this is you know a couple days ago I was thinking to myself in a jail in some ways the panic could be worse than the than the illness right in terms of economic disruption joblessness recession these are real fears and these will have real consequences on people's lives and however as I and others have done a great deal of research as well as listening to the public health experts it is important to understand what we're up against a the numbers I mentioned that we heard from doctor acting for coming out of Japan but B. the why is it important to slow down the spread of the virus in because I think that a lot of people recently asked a question before all eventually going to be exposed to it I kind of like chicken pox kinda like I mean why don't we just get it over with and it was a god TV a couple days ago who saw who talked about and I knew people growing up whose parents would put multiple kids in bed together when I got chicken pox right in order to just kind of get out of the system for the for the family and those are I think fair and legitimate questions but it's also true that there are answers to those questions and the clear answers are that if everyone gets sick at the same time we do not have the health care capacity the bads the resources necessary to care for folks all at the same time in addition that would mean by definition that many many many normal illnesses whether it's the normal flu or whether it's a heart attack or anything else will be jeopardized because of the health care system being over run in the short term it's also the case that we don't have a vaccine we also don't know if people at this point can't get re infected so where we do know that you had chicken pox once and that's it for the rest of your life we don't know what happens with corona virus it whether you can get it again and again and again we just don't know the answer and so we don't know what we don't know and so we need as they say all over the world now we need to flatten the curve of who gets it how quickly they get it so that we can buy more time to hopefully get a vaccine learn more about this disease and make sure that our health care system isn't over flooded and that we can continue to provide basic services not just from a government standpoint but the private sector's resort I mean think about not only do we need to make sure that water police and fire and sewer services and sanitation services continuing to make sure that grocery stores are open we got to make sure the grocery stores don't have all their workers get sick on the same time so we can continue to buy groceries that we need so it is incumbent upon all of us the figure out whatever it is we're doing whether we're running a grocery store whether we're running a business or restaurant whether running an office building or running a city government to figure out how to not stop what we're doing but do it differently and safely.

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Like a normal person ten years ago you know I was a democratic yes long time ago but none the less well I live in a democratic party if you're talking about Charlie Luken or John Cranley or Jim Neal last me Samarco or Dusty Rhodes our god bless his soul Todd Portune they represent it kind of like good government working steps union types and then you got the modern Democratic Party which is after a pair of all Charmaine McGuffey throwing Chrissy box thrown P. G. Sittenfeld there's a split locally and there's a split nationally for the soul of the Democratic Party the party of John F. Kennedy even the party of Bill Clinton hell even the party of Barack Hussein Obama the policies of Obama today would not be selected at random seven oh wait here we are twelve years later Obama's policies don't work at all and the modern Democratic Party and so I contend that of some Alabama county which let's face is gonna is blue is blue conveys gonna be blue for a long time we're kind of like on the ramparts with the torches and with the latter's running up the side of the castle if we have a Democratic Party that goes the way of Tamaya Denard and Chris Seelbach and P. G. Sittenfeld is Charmaine McGuffey after a parable we go that direction what I would like to try we're look like Chicago there's a functioning part of the Democrat party Dusty Rhodes Jim Neal and there's a dysfunctional part which is after a pair of all and P. G. Sittenfeld into my Denard can you smell what I'm cooking your you know exactly right which is what motivates me every single day ability to give voters a conservative Republican option in every elected office in this county in this region of the state so what you're saying is correct for staving off the extremism of the far left and we're gonna keep fighting that fight I do not give me your production this time tomorrow who will win California and Texas I think Bernie to win both but I that's that might surprise people and saying that but I think Bernie Sanders is on his way to be their nominee I could be wrong I mean I don't I don't understand Democrats did anyway so why would you ask a Republican to predict what Democrats are gonna do that Parolin said Opel Blaney bleachers yeah but I'm I'm a big burning is gonna win their nomination I think they're real left wing is fired up Alex I'll say this that in November if it's the stars and the stripes verses the hammer hammer and the sickle who do you take I mean that's a monumental debate about the future of this country and I love where we are positioned Donald Trump has been unconventional Billy's date unconventional but he's been an awesome president he has done great things to improve people's lives he died in a way that's shaken up Washington that's what America needed as a shake up of that L. it's brutal tropical but America is not about his interest about special interest lobbyists it's about trying to improve the lives for regular people and he's a traditional American and I love this contrast between he and the Communist Party and I'm ready for this battle of twenty twenty and able to carry a little while in two weeks from now is a Saint Patrick's day your grades don't care much about it we ours do same Patrick's day two weeks from today Ohio has his chance in the spotlight we'll see what happens Alex tried to feel to give my best everybody the Republican Party and also especially course of the board of elections thank you very much have a great day god bless America let's continue with more he was on the cute hearing center dot com hotline if the line becomes available five one three seven four nine seven thousand pound seven hundred to eighteen.

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Your friend of mine John Cranley the mayor according to media accounts ripped into Tamayo Denard for the position and what she's placed herself wasn't somebody placing are there because of a race or gender or sexual orientation none of that stuff had nothing to do with what I had to do with was criminal behavior committed in the name of the people of the city Cincinnati so we're gonna Jack crummy tells me we're going to turn that around to you quickly but but the comment I woman I've ever met but I I and I know she has him in a county democratic chair person Glenn McFarlane issued a statement what which is a bunch of crap absolute hearing our Jack Crumley give the American people live update okay well so the council meeting up again at two o'clock our members of counsel were taking public comment beforehand one of the last ones we heard just before the meeting officially started with a guy who was going on about how there are other people that he thinks need to be investigated and it seemingly defending to mired in art the meeting started and the mayor immediately began addressing the situation he spoke a little bit they they just sort of spoke on it in the beginning of the meeting and then they have now moved on and read other things we do have about a minute here of the mayor's big main sort of thrust of what he said the allegations against councilmember Denard are serious and the most disturbing allegations of corruption that I have witnessed or even heard of and they directly.

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Nine first warning meteorologist sherry Hughes newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. it's seventy eight degrees right now Robert Muller is finally do on Capitol Hill Wednesday for questioning regarding the Russian investigation the lawmaker leading the hearings on his expectations expectations are realistic says chairman of the house intelligence committee Adam Schiff he is clearly deeply reluctant to testify he has a reticent witness even under the best of circumstances he will be even more reticent shift when asked if he'd want to hear Robert Muller question about whether president trump should be indicted after in the Cincinnati America African American firefighters association firefighters union local forty eight in the city fire department will remember it Cincinnati's first African American firefighters the late Herbert bane with a Memorial on Monday morning and bond hill the service will begin with a procession of Cincinnati firefighters that will March from Bonn hill academy to the church of resurrection located at sixteen nineteen California Avenue mayor John Cranley and other local dignitary into will attend being passed away while living abroad in the Philippines back in February at the age of eighty three our next update is at nine o'clock I'm India Jones news radio seven hundred WLW twenty four hours a day radio seven hundred W. L. W. Sunday some public affairs presentation of.

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We use PG set and failed and Chris sale balking, John cranley and Mark Mallory. We we is them. So I it drives me crazy when I hear about in major cities, there's not investment the black community or the police department is racist. Which is a bunch of crap. If that's true in Chicago. If some PD in Chicago. Kogo acts incorrectly toward black citizens. The Democratic Party has controlled the sococo police division since the nineteen twenties. It's almost been a hundred years. So if some entity is doing this, the Democrats are doing it to themselves. It's no other force and no one questions them. In fact, went to my Denard did what she said the other day about Notre Dame cathedral in the arson. There was little or no media coverage of that at all. And the inquiry had his story, but the televisions did deal with it. Because after all she's Tamai Denard. She's a black female therefore, she can't be held up the regular standards of behaviour, which is of itself racist. I wanna hold to my Denard to the same standard that I hold PG sit in film or Chris sale Bach or John cranley. This exactly the same standards when she stands up as one of the leaders of our city and charge of spending and saying that white people can't see me have you ever seen to my art? Can you see her? Well, sure, I can't I've actually met her once she invisible. Can you see her? She's she is visible for. Sure. Absolutely. Isn't that scary someone like that can hold political office? Well, yeah, it is not just this kind of comment. It's other things that she's done along the way and by the way, not just her, but her fellow far left progressive Democrats who are running city hall right now. Whether it's seal Bach, and some of these other people that are down there. You know, what's happened in the city. You've just touched on it. I mean, the far left of the Democratic Party is taking a real foothold in our city. And you know, she's just part of that problem along with seal Bach, and others PG and others down. They're a part of the far left wing of the democrat party. But I'd say you've made a great point today. I just wanna make sure it's for for the record here that I support everything you've said about the fact that we need to do a better job of pointing out that that Democrats have failed in the aftermath community extent. That people think like Joe Mallory believe there's a problem in the community. The Democratic Party. And you see it inner cities in big cities all across America. So they need to stop blaming Republicans. What they ought to do Bill is to give Republicans a chance to govern. Like, we have President Trump that lifts more people up with a booming economy and a free market. Do you think African American voters will hold the Democratic Party responsible for the failings of city government in the black community? Is there any indication that blacks are going to return to their traditional home as Republicans? I think there's some hope if we do a better job at our candidates do a better job of talking about the issues you're talking about you're giving voice to something every Republican. I know believes we gotta talk about things like this debacle of a streetcar. And by the way. African American community thinks the streetcars at debacle as well. Because you have to American community in this town like every other community in the city understand that those two hundred million dollars spent on that waste of space shiny little streetcar could've been spent on things that help people and make a difference in their lives rather than just run around downtown. And look pretty at barely barely carry anybody from one place to another exclusively the Democratic Party by by the time, you add in the interest, and they losses..

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"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"john cranley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Be a capitalist a fundamental capitalist. Right. And there's nothing wrong with that. No. That's a horrible term to be described as these days. However, the city of Cincinnati in the county of Hamilton and a piece today by our friends over at W CPO nine an investigative piece. It has John cranley on record mayor John cranley other saying we want the millennium hotel to go away, the millennium hotel downtown, of course, is the largest some eight hundred plus rooms in also if you look at travel adviser and on yelp and other sites like that. They get about two stars. The problem is this is that there is a walkway that connects Himalayan hotel to the Duke Energy convention center. And that is the lure, of course, for conventions, and like come to town that folks will stay at the neom and then just walk across the skyway. Well, the problem is if the room is crap if the services crap as the city and the county allege that gives Cincinnati a black eye to the point where mayor John cranley has stepped up and said, we don't want it anymore. We want to put them out of business and are exploring other options. It is rather interesting that they would want to take the catwalk away and move it to another hotel built some luxury hotel for convention for goes to enjoy. And if that's the first thing you see checking into a hotel in Cincinnati. It tends to give you a bad light at the city overall, which defeats the purpose of having conventions and trying to learn the like to town because interesting point Commissioner d story house was on board with this. We'll talk to a six about closing the millennium hotel down or at least removing the walkway. That's just ahead here on seven hundred wwl w. News, traffic and weather. News Radio seven hundred w ELL delegates. Cincinnati. The cost to rebuild Columbia Parkway with the nine thirty report. I'm Brian combs breaking down could run as much as ten thousand dollars.

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Push for bias training in Cincinnati after officers used racial slurs

Gary Jeff Walker

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Push for bias training in Cincinnati after officers used racial slurs

"Rather using racial slurs. The mayor says at obsers could lose a week's pay on the first defense and face dismissal of it happens. Again, a white and a black officer were both recorded using the N word recently in separate incidences. I personally as the leader of this organization. I apologize. That that word was ever use. Again. I know the significance of it. I felt that sting both personally and professionally. I take it personally. It won't be tolerated. Police chief Elliot is the mayor John cranley says that he's proposing new training for all city employees.

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Push for bias training in Cincinnati after officers used racial slurs

Sean Hannity

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Push for bias training in Cincinnati after officers used racial slurs

"Cincinnati city council will soon discuss the recent use of racial slurs by police officers. Vice mayor Chris smitherman will convene a special law and public safety committee meeting next week amid community uproar to officers now facing disciplined for using the N word during recent arrests and community leaders are now calling for department wide biased training. And mayor John cranley will be holding a press conference later this morning to announce measures to address racial and

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Cincinnati shooter's gun jammed during four-minute rampage, police say

Colleen and Bradley

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Cincinnati shooter's gun jammed during four-minute rampage, police say

"It Cincinnati mayor John cranley praising the four Cincinnati police. Officers responded to the shooting yesterday and the fifth third building downtown three people were killed and two injured before officers shot twenty nine year old Omar setup Peres video released today shows Peres pointing his gun in different directions firing then turning on police fifty five seconds pass from the time mister Peres fired his first shot until the first nine one one call was received at nine seven AM. So our our response was approximately three and a half minutes chief Elliott Isaac who says they are still looking into a motive for the shooter. You can see that police body Cam video at seven hundred WW dot

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Gunman kills three at Cincinnati bank; police shoot him dead

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

Gunman kills three at Cincinnati bank; police shoot him dead

"I'm Scott Goldberg. The Senate confirmation hearings for supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh is heating up as New Jersey Democrat, Cory Booker releases. One of those documents the White House held back an Email from cabinet on racial. Profiling Booker says this is why he did it. This process is a sham. The American people,

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Charges dropped vs. girl, 11, Tased for stealing from a Kroger market

America's Truckin' Network

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

Charges dropped vs. girl, 11, Tased for stealing from a Kroger market

"Reaction for methyl p president. Dan hill and a statement for mayor John cranley after an incident at, a Kroger store involving an eleven. Year old girl this. Is, the four o'clock report I'm rob carpenter breaking now the president of Cincinnati's police union says a conversation about whether policies that allow for the taking of an eleven year old girl or right or wrong is different from whether the officer was, in, the right Tuesday nights One hundred percent now understand that the chiefs then everybody will respond to the public Determine, how will enforce a law they wanna take a look at things. And say oh we never want to, use the peyser. Again on subjects this age that's the chiefs business in a review an internal investigation the girl was allegedly. Trying, to get away with stolen food from the Kroger in spring grove village Cincinnati mayor John cranley said. Wednesday evening that teasing an eleven year old who pose no danger, to polices wrong, and, he says that he asked the prosecutor to drop the

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CBS CEO Les Moonves doesn't address allegations during earnings call

America's Truckin' Network

03:14 min | 3 years ago

CBS CEO Les Moonves doesn't address allegations during earnings call

"Looking good as well now, the latest forecast from The Exergen temporal scanner, weather, center I heart radio station, partly cloudy skies for the rest of this Friday morning and again if you're getting ready. To head out the door. Macy some fog on your. Way to work, if we're gonna be out in about early this morning by this afternoon the fog will burn off a slight chance of, rain and, storms otherwise partly sunny pretty nice day in the. Tri-state today's high eighty seven and, the weekend, absolutely beautiful sunny tomorrow sunny on Sunday with highs in the upper. Eighties sixty seven degrees news a service of progressive insurance and travelcenters of America mayor. John cranley says, he's not surprised that it judge temporarily halted a billboard tax that. He vetoed but city council overrode the judge stating the tax violates the, billboard owners and their clients I meant rights it wasn't a wonder syntax but a seven percent actually the for the businesses. That are affected it's pretty Wake up. And all, of a sudden your whole financial models changed without, much notice one of Cincinnati's biggest billboard companies. Norton outdoor advertising sued the city saying that on top of already turning, permit fees at unfairly targeted a few companies Lamar advertising is also. Sued, making similar claims as Norton Melissa Healy NewsRadio seven hundred wwl WCBS chairman les Moonves says commenting. For the, first time sorta kindness and. Sexual misconduct allegations surfacing, ABC news explains CVS, CEO les Moonves silent about the sexual misconduct allegations. Against. Him that have, rocked the network he's run for two decades speaking on a public earnings call only about CBS financials Nunez in control and praised by at least one investor unless it's. Amazing how much. You've diversified CVS revenue over, the last five years no one asking him about the New Yorker. Expose were Six women came forward accusing him of offenses ranging from unwanted advances to sexual assault this as CBS. Hires two prominent female attorneys to look into claims against him and the culture at CVS. Earlier this week CVS films president Terry press struggling to reconcile the moon as she knows with the allegations posting this statement I. Do not believe that. It is my place to question the accounts put forth. By the, women but I do find myself. Asking that if we are examining the industry, as it existed decades before through. The lens of twenty eighteen should, we also discuss path to learning reconciliation and forgiveness ABC's Eva pilgrim reporting county commissioners. Will be holding a special session later this month to review the preliminary development agreement, with FC Cincinnati for a new practice facility in Milford, commissioners have been asked to approve a one percent increase to the lodging tax. To help reimburse the cost of buying the land the Expressway park softball complex, was bought out earlier this summer with help. From the city of Milford FC Cincinnati plans, to spend an additional thirty million dollars. Building their practice facility there commissioners will hear public comment at this month's hearing that will take place August. Fourteenth.

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CBS CEO Les Moonves doesn't address allegations during earnings call

America's Truckin' Network

02:55 min | 3 years ago

CBS CEO Les Moonves doesn't address allegations during earnings call

"Pretty, good start to your Friday partly cloudy skies with some fog possible later this morning overnight. Lows sixty seven by this afternoon. A slight chance of rain. Maybe a storm, or to otherwise partly sunny eighty seven and how about the weekend lots of sunshine both days with highs in the upper. Eighties currently, seventy degrees news a service of a wider providing. Truck insurance for over forty years, and travelcenters, of America mayor John cranley says he's not surprised that a judge. Temporarily halted a billboard tax that he vetoed city council overrode the judge stating tax. Violates the billboard, owners and their clients I mend meant rights it wasn't a one. Percent tax but a seven percent for the. Businesses that are affected, it's -nificant wake up and all of a sudden your. Whole financial models changed without much, notice what am Cincinnati's biggest billboard companies Norton. Outdoor, advertising sued the city saying that on, top of already turning. Permit fees at UNC Unfairly targeted a few companies Lamar advertising, also sued making similar claims, as Norton Melissa neeley NewsRadio seven, hundred wwl wwl's UBS. Chairman les Moonves says comments? For the first, time since sexual misconduct allegations surface CBS CEO, les Moonves as silent, about the sexual misconduct allegations against him that have rocked the network he's run for two. Decades. Speaking on a, public earnings call only about CVS financials Moonves has in control and praised by at least, one investor less it's amazing how much you've diversified CVS says revenue. Over the last three. To five years no one asking, him about the New Yorker expose were six women came. Forward accusing him of offenses ranging from unwanted advances to sexual assault this as CBS hires two prominent female attorneys to look into claims against him and the culture at CVS earlier this week CBS films president Terry press struggling To reconcile the. Nunez she knows with the allegations posting this statement I do not believe that it is, my place to question, the accounts. Put forth by the. Women but I do find myself asking that if. We are examining the industry as it existed decades, before through the, lens of two thousand eighteen should we also discuss a path to learning reconciliation and forgiveness ABC's Eva pilgrim reporting Clermont county commissioners will be holding a special. Session later this month to. Review the preliminary development agreement with FC Cincinnati for a, new practice facility in Milford commissioners have been asked to approve a. One percent increase to the lodging. Tax to help reimburse the cost of buying the land. The expressway park softball complex was bought out earlier this summer. With help from, the city of Milford, FC Cincinnati plans to spend an additional. Thirty million dollars building their practice facility there commissioners will hear public comment at this month's hearing that will..

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Kellogg's issues voluntary recall for cereal over possible salmonella risk

America's Truckin' Network

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Kellogg's issues voluntary recall for cereal over possible salmonella risk

"Tristate partly cloudy overnight low of sixty lots of sunshine this afternoon eighty seven and the weekend even better sunny both days warmer ninety two saturday ninety four come sunday currently sixty five degrees one person is dead after a crash yesterday afternoon in mason a semi and an suv collided at reading and snyder at around one p police have not said what led up to the accident another person was taken to the hospital where they are in critical condition no names have been released at this time new questions about the future of a concert venue at the banks we voted we've approved the cfo mimi group as least successful venue from the standpoint of the city and we we have nothing else to do presence i'm on the issue but cincinnati city councilman david mann says there are issues that other groups will have to work out mayor john cranley on wednesday described a much less rosy future for the project especially when it comes to the involvement of the bengals jack crumley news radio seven hundred wwl w throw out those honey smacks why you say they're being linked to a salmonella outbreak more from abc news seventy three people were reported ill and thirty one states including twenty one people had to be hospitalized kellogg's is recalling honey smacks cereal the cdc is investigating the salmonella outbreak and says if you have honey smacks cereal with a best if used by date from june fourteenth twenty eighteen to june fourteenth twenty nineteen throw it out or return it for a refund symptoms of salmonella include diarrhoea fever and stomach cramps and people get sick from salmonella twelve to seventy two hours after eating.

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Oakland A's Sean Manaea pitches no-hitter against Red Sox

Boston's Talking with Brian Dalton

01:13 min | 3 years ago

Oakland A's Sean Manaea pitches no-hitter against Red Sox

"The fallout over problems with the city's nine one one system this system came under fire after sixteen year old kyle plush died trapped in his car last week though first responders were nearby an investigation found the nine one one operator did not follow protocol and police responding to the call or not told plush was in distress cincinnati's mayor says a newly appointed city manager will work to improve operations at the nine one one call center to make sure that we fixed a systemic issues that we heard about earlier this week lack of staffing lack of support low morale at high turnover cincinnati mayor john cranley baseball history in oakland california last night abc's todd ant has details snow hit the red sox what makes sean is pizza impressive is that he no hit the best team in baseball i couldn't even imagine third no hitter in the big leagues especially against seem like the red sox still incredible feeling mnaya thought the no hitter ended in the fifth inning when shortstop marcus simeon dropped a pop up and shallow left but it was ruled in era so the no hitter remained intact it's the first no hitter this season and the twelfth and athletics history mnay is in indiana native and attended indiana.

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Austin police get 370 suspicious package calls in wake of blasts

America's Truckin' Network

02:11 min | 4 years ago

Austin police get 370 suspicious package calls in wake of blasts

"Morning we offered seven hundred fifty grand each year though though if they say yes they'll get ten times the amount and they would get by saying no fc cincinnati president jeff birding talking about what the team called its final offer to cincinnati public schools to buy land in the west end so the team could build a stadium they set a five pm deadline for decision cps superintendent laura mitchell gave an update following an executive session of the board are legal counsel plans to being communication formerly without legal counsel for fc cincinnati today the board then sent a letter to the team saying seven hundred fifty grand is less than half of what the district should get based on a tax agreement cps made with the city in nineteen ninety nine fc cincinnati then put out a statement saying that as a result of that letter the team did not buy the property wednesday jack crumley news radio seven hundred wwl w latest forecast from the exergen temporal scanner weather center an iheartradio station looks like partly cloudy skies as you get ready for work early this morning temperatures starting in the upper twenties to lower thirties by this afternoon plenty of sunshine forty eight for a high sunny on friday forty three maybe some early morning freezing rain come saturday currently thirty three degrees cincinnati city manager harry black says it he's not going anywhere as negotiations of his resignation have broke down mayor john cranley says that he's asking for black to step down after receiving dozens of complaints from city employees and others about blacks behavior i feel in good conscience that i need to cheryl this with the council in order to decide how to move forward with the city mayor cranley says he's also approached the city manager multiple times throughout the years about his behavior at city hall troy adams radio seven hundred wwl w after three mysterious packages exploded in austin texas investigators are still collecting evidence from the blast two people are dead from those explosions and the police chief says the person behind these blasts no amateur abc's alex perez with the latest police say they are not ruling out terrorism following up on more than three hundred phone calls of suspicious packages in the.

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