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How monkeys played an instrumental role in the development of polio vaccines

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05:28 min | 10 months ago

How monkeys played an instrumental role in the development of polio vaccines

"In the nineteen forties. America was under a constant threat from polio. A disease that had a then unknown cause and devastating effects especially in children. It spread quickly through unclean water and unwashed hands leading to symptoms like nausea fatigue. Fever and a stiffening of the body summers especially saw surges infections particularly around swimming holes leading to post polio paralysis and in some cases death on average thirty five thousand people were disabled each year. According to the centers for disease control and prevention president franklin delano roosevelt was among the most notable people to get the condition putting a face to a still uncertain disease. A vaccine was desperately needed as scientists learned about the transmission process including the fact that anyone could be a carrier in the next few years rival scientists jonas and albert sabin worked with teams in their labs on two completely different vaccines. Sabin worked on an oral vaccine. While sulk created an injectable vaccine that using a kill version of polio in the book polio and american story. David m ocean ski writes about the urgency of work. During the time quote. I talk there was reason to hurry the year. Nineteen fifty two was the worst polio year. On record with more than fifty seven thousand cases nationwide the headlines screamed of plague season and polio time. Twenty one thousand victims suffered permanent paralysis and about three thousand died from the very beginning of the polio epidemic. Monkeys were considered to be essential for research before human trials could take place becoming the unsung heroes of the fight to defeat the disease was through animal research that scientists i discovered that there were three strains of the deadly disease. The monkeys were purchased at a high cost from india and the philippines and shipped to the united states. Many died in transit so the national foundation for infantile paralysis now known as the march of dimes began overseeing their import in nineteen forty nine. A foundation established a special facility known as ot farms and rural south carolina to process the monkeys arriving from abroad oak tree farms operated in the picnic colony a beaufort county in coastal south carolina. Originally called the prichard bill primate center. The forty acre or sixteen hectare tract of land along. The river was called by local newspapers. The ellis island for thousands of monkeys from india naturalist john. Hamlet had the job of finding a space for the primate center. That was both connected to deep water ports and airports but also remote enough for neighbors the area he chose closely approximated the natural habitats of the monkeys with its abundance of shady long leaf pines and a mild climate. The monkeys were originally brought into savannah. Georgia one of the region's biggest ports and taken by truck the thirty odd miles or fifty some kilometers to the farm. When air travel became more popular they were flown by a london and new york before travelling by train to the low country. Once they arrived at the farm veterinarians treated the two thousand or so recess and sign a mogus monkeys before clearing them for transport to research facilities around the country. The monkeys spent twenty one days. Getting acclimated and eating a special diet was scientists carefully monitoring their status many went to sell nukes facility in pittsburg and sabin in ann arbor where they were given vaccines to test the vaccine. Strength against the three strains of poliovirus a few locals were aware of the research that was going on at the farm. Despite rumors of people encountering the animals we were unable to discover any opposition to the research facility perhaps because it was not well known and also because opposition to using animals and testing was not very common at the time in the united states. The movement against animal testing didn't pick up steam until around nineteen eighty in any case. The farms purpose wasn't permanent. Once sox polio vaccine was deemed a success and released to the public in nineteen fifty-five the work of qatif arms was no longer necessary and the facility closed in nineteen fifty-nine saban's oral vaccine came into use in nineteen sixty one the foundation that had established the facility. Its attention to reducing premature births. The monkeys found new homes and labs across the country. According to a former employee named louise crawford things at the farm were left just as they were including the monkey cages. A caretaker kept the grass and plant life at bay. The lab was locked up ready for someone new to take on the important task of preparing monkeys for research but that day never came in nineteen eighty the land and its contents were sold to development group. The lab equipment was donated to a local school science department while a farmer claimed the former monkey cages for his own animals. Today acreage along. The river is mostly residential and privately owned thanks to south and saban's vaccines polio cases of plummeted from three hundred and fifty thousand nine. Nineteen eighty eight to just twenty two in two thousand seventeen

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02:15 min | 11 months ago

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"Dinners for clients of thresholds. That's a nonprofit mental health provider that helps people with serious mental health illnesses and substance use of conditions, too. Emily, an outreach worker for Threshold says that we were happy. We're happy that we're married and we're so happy that we could also help out thresholds and their clients feel the connection of a Thanksgiving meal as a result of the wedding cancelation, that's awfully generous. And they didn't stop there. The couples also working with the venue they reserve for their reception to use their deposit for a future event for the epilepsy Foundation. That's another cause that Emily's Actively involved with threshold CEO. His name is Mark. I shock, he said. I know that Emily's act of kindness will inspire others to do the same thing and build love and connection and a difficult time. In any way that we can. So this couple uses their canceled wedding funds to feed hundreds of people. Nice job way to go. More things change, the more they stay the same. A new study by researchers in Spain finds that people largely remained the same over time and at least one way. One researcher, explaining that we found that there's a component of ourselves that remains stable, while another part is more susceptible to change over time. The capacity for self awareness and self recognition was found to remain stable throughout a person's life, whereas other components such as physical aspects The process. Is there even attitudes, beliefs and values and we're likely to change. So there's the answer to the question. At least a partial answer. Are we the same person throughout our entire lives? In essence, the answer is yes, it's now 6 30. Let's go to the roadways and check in once again with John Hamlet. John how we looking at their chest Ghost writers Swell 1 95 east and westbound through New Bedford Fair Haven and fall River and delays crushed the Dragon Bridge than an easy ride from the Braga in across the state line in 1, 95 west, Maybe you see a problem. Call the provenance. Auto body Traffic tip line. 866999 72 100 with your Southern New England traffic. John Hamlet. Thank you. Here's the forecast with strong team tendon urologist Kristina earning today. High winds and heavy rain trigger weather alert day winds may reach 40 to 60 MPH with the potential for power outages. Heavy rain and thunderstorms. Moving by noon impacting the evening commute..

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

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"Not me, and in Dartmouth, I was outside right outside my house. I could feel the ground shake and kind of felt like an explosion. It's expected that there could be some aftershocks. But it would be so small that residents wouldn't feel anything and there wouldn't be any damage. So I don't know if you felt her enough, but I certainly did here in East Greenwich. And when I went to the stop and shop, one of the limited travels that I have masked fully on, of course, and people social distancing. A lot of people were talking about it in the checkout aisle. At the stop and shop in North Kingstown yesterday. Earthquake generally don't cause damage until they reach magnitude 5.0 not significant damage until they get above 5.5. But it depends on the type of buildings and what area that she might be in so Minor quake yesterday. It gives us something to talk about, that's for sure. Stay at home advisory began yesterday, too, and reminder was sent out to Rhode Islanders via text message on Sunday. So I got mine. And that's when I knew I was really in the twilight zone, because, you know A 12 punch of an earthquake and then a reminder to stay in your home between 10 P.m. and five AM on weekdays and 10:30 P.m. to 5 A.m. on Friday and on Saturday. Now for the stay at home advisory residents are asked to do exactly that. There are exceptions for essential travel. Of course, the alert sent to Rhode Islanders as a reminder that these new restrictions started on Sunday, 20 minutes after seven o'clock, and it's time to go to the roadways once again with the traffic center with John Hamlet and John's Report from one bomb dot or well busier, but moving on 95 in the sixth inning on Providence, 1 46 still good down from Mineral Spring Avenue on 2 95. 1 95 West is good to go. A swell and from the state line If you do see a problem called Providence Auto Body Traffic tip line, 866999 72 100 with your Southern New England traffic. I'm Johnny. Right now, There are young people across the world facing a tough choice, continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table..

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03:18 min | 1 year ago

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"Biden holds on to Georgia. He blocks the path for the president to 70. It's 7 20 so stick with us. We'll have results as they flow in 7 20. Let's go to the road noise once again. John Hamlets brought to us by one bomb dot org's mostly moderate traffic so far this morning, just a little busy through the city in both 95 north and south, down the end of the 6 10 connector after Dean's forgetting on 95 no complaints in 1 95 less rolling in from the state line. 2 95. Goodbye, Route 63 44 and 1 20 to in Cumberland. We through southern New England traffic. John handle it Right now. There are young people across the world facing a tough choice. Continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table. You could help change their future in a single moment. See how far your support Khun go at unbound dot org's Take a look at the forecast. A beautiful weekend hits our way. With Storm Team 10 meteorologist Christina Earnings For today. Cloudy to start then. Seeing increasing sunshine is temperatures climb to the upper sixties for most for Saturday, mostly sunny skies and temperatures climbing into the low seventies for many upper sixties. Then on Sunday with again mostly sunny skies I'm Storm Team 10 meteorologist Christine Ernie on NewsRadio 9 21 of 47 FM. 60 degrees coming up. Next Steve Mac will stop by with sports results of a Thursday night football affair between Green Bay Packers SAN Francisco 40 Niners. It's now 7 21. Now, the Rush Limbaugh update proudly sponsored by Mike's Professional Tree service before the election and drive by media hype, the blue wave it was about to sweep America the Republican Senate was going to fall. As well funded Democrats knocked off Susan Collins, Lindsey Graham, Johnny earns the others. The Democrats were gonna drive deep into the Republican Heartland. They were goingto pack the House of Representatives with so many new Democrats. Republicans might as well not even bother showing up in January. Well, something went horribly wrong. In Florida to first term Democrat House members lost their seats, including the Clinton hat, Donna Shalala. Republican women one at least five House seats voters still being counted, not a single Republican incumbent was picked off by Democrats now in the Senate. Story isn't over. But despite never being up in a single pole, Susan Collins was easily reelected. Lindsey Graham, badly outspent won his seat, Joni Ernst one hers and in Alabama, Republicans picked up a Senate seat with Tommy Summerville. So the polls were wrong again and the worst poles were those put out by media outlets. The pundits were wrong again. More African American and Hispanics voted Republican. That in 60 years, more Republican women were elected, so there wasn't a blue way. If there was never going to be a blue wave. The truth is, you can't count on the media for the truth about anything anymore. There is a way for you to save more than $400. A year on your cell phone bill by switching from your current cellphone carrier to pure talk. Now look in your last.

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Island. Even if you're self employed head to our Web site turned to 10 dot com For details. Yes. Katie Davis from the I T Man, NBC 10 9. Minutes after seven o'clock ST Input. City Police in Providence responded to a brief protest on Interstate 95 Providence on Monday night. U Haul truck was pulled over and around 10 PM after it was reportedly used to block traffic on Route 95 with protesters inside, according to a report from NBC 10. Several arrests were reportedly made police plan to share more details on the incident today. I mean, you've got to be completely responsible. You know, they're safe ways and smart waste to protest one is not blocking traffic on route 95 with a U Haul truck. I mean, talk about brilliant. 10 minutes after seven o'clock and let's hit the wet roadways out there. Careful on the side roads, you know, because you still have a lot of fallen leaves and things can get quite slippery. Miss John Hamlet, Pronto Spy, Compassion, International and earlier crash. And then if I find a 1 52 in North Attleboro, that's been gone for a bit Another one a little further up those 95 north bound on the kinds of ST Norwich slowing your right upto 1 28 right around the city, filling in with the rain from falling in spots as well from busy traffic in 95 south through the 1 46 merge North bound getting up from 1 95. Live with your Southern New England traffic John and we're all feeling the weight of Koven 19 for kids in poverty around the world. Things are becoming desperate, Join compassion International, provide for a family and make your one time $40 gift text hope to 83393 and now the forecast is storm Team 10 meteorologist Christina Honey today is a wet one with showers from start to finish. Some thunderstorms are possible this afternoon, his head to the lower Middle sixties..

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Maximum height, They could only develop build on 10% of the property. It's now 10 minutes after seven o'clock, and it's time to hit the roadways. Once again, let's swing into that traffic center again with John Hamlet and he's being brought to us by compassion International. It's makes your time getting up from Warwick this morning, Dr Times Way up with a couple accidents clearing out of the way by route 37 Buy 1 17 again both on 95 north little busier now through Yes, Curves of attack it £95. Eating it through the construction of protected 30. We through southern New England traffic. I'm John. We're all feeling the weight of covert 19. But for kids in poverty around the world, things are becoming desperate. Join compassion International Provide for a family in poverty. Make your one time $40 gift text hope 283393. Take a look at the forecast. We got a sticky stretch coming up here. Storm Team 10 meteorologist Christina Ernie the next few days or cloudy and unsettled with a few chances of rain today. McGee and warm in the upper seventies that spotty morning showers and some breaks of sun through the afternoon Tuesday still human with middle seventies and mostly cloudy skies, along with a few scattered showers. I'm storm Team 10, meteorologist Christine Attorney on NewsRadio 9 21 of 47 FM. Still 69 to grace and in a 7 11 coming up. Next, A judge has postponed the TIC tac ban, which the president wanted to implement. And the first presidential debate is coming up tomorrow and they're gonna be a lot of changes from debates gone by now. 11 after seven. And now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready? Go, So the.

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

"john hamlet" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Certainly hope those peanut butter Reese is mystery shapes are a lot better than mystery meat that used to get in college on Wednesdays. As for how soon you can get the holiday spirit with Hershey's and all their new Candies, the products are expected to be on shelves. Sometime next month. Everything's rolling out early, huh? You know, see the Halloween candy's been on since what August if there is going to be a Halloween A woman. Her hubby in Washington state inherited a suitcase from his grandmother, but they never really looked inside of it. While Caroline David Richards were cleaning out their garage, they dusted off the old brown suitcase. Open it up, and voila! They found stacks of family albums filled with old photos. Some of the black and white images date all the way back to 1915 and Carol wanted to get them back to the relatives of the people in them. And luckily, get this. 90% of the photos were labeled. So they're easier to identify. So she started a private Facebook group. Memories from Helen's Suitcase sounds like a bad Hallmark movie and started inviting family members to join. And now she's reuniting the living loved ones with their old photos of generations that their families and man they're really, really grateful. Carol explains. That's why I do it not for the reward, but to make other people happy. How about that? She got lucky. 90% of the photos were labeled. My mom always used to do that all the old photos that I still have. From growing up when I was a kid, my mother always wrote the dates on the back of those photos, which certainly helped out and also, you know, she wrote some ideas on there, too. So interestingly enough, this woman finds a suitcase of old photos tracks down family members to return them to. So that's that takes a lot of work. Good for her 6 30. Let's go to the roadways once again into the traffic scented with John Hamlet from Mothers Against Drunk Driving Looks OK and 20 for North and South Taconic River Bridge, Manhood Bridge getting in and out of Bristol looking OK that we do have more roadwork in Bristol, on.

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

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"Into the traffic center. We go with John Hamlet from the T. J. Martell Foundation. It looks pretty good. Up and down. 95 leased their war weaken Krantz. Then we do have a little bit of company between 1 95 in the Statehouse and both sides of 95 getting through the excursion. Pataki without issue 95 North bound across the state line into Adelbert past Newport Avenue that's moving in good stead as well with your Southern New England traffic John Hamlet. T. J. Martell Foundation is there for cancer Patients help make a difference in the fight against cancer. Join the music industry to help fund the doctors who will help your family and friends. Five cancer DONATE today A T J martell dot org's now the forecast with Storm Change N meteorologist Christina Ernie hot and humid today with highs in the low nineties. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible through the afternoon. Some could be strong with gusty winds and the chance of hail much cooler and lower. Amenity overnight into Wednesday. That's the pick of the week highs in the upper seventies. I'm Storm Team 10 meteorologist Christine Ernie on NewsRadio, 9 21 of 47 FM. 73 degrees and cloudy out there coming up next to Mack Stop Spy with Sports as Bruins in the Tampa Bay Lightning play Game two of their best of seven Stanley Cup playoff series tonight With the Bruins won games oneself. Snow, with their second round opponent will be in the bubble as the NBA playoffs continue Stocks and Yankees back into action. Tonight. We'll see what's trending today is now 7 21..

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02:29 min | 1 year ago

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"Lot of people heads are not in the right place right now. I think that's AH, that's fair to say it's now 7 50 Let's hit the road ways. John Hamlet is in the chair is being brought to us by compassion International. It's been a slow rider from one steal. After getting through the construction this morning on 95 North through Pataki, it's half pound Ryder's been okay down from the state line in from South Attleboro and no delays in 1 46 halftime from 2 95 in Lincoln, 1 95 still quiet in the Washington Bridge with her southern New England traffic. I'm John Hamlet. We're all feeling the weight of Koven, 19. But for kids in poverty around the world, things are becoming desperate. Join compassion International, provide for a family and make your one time. $40 gift text hope to 83393 And now the forecast for this the first day of the month of July. It's Wednesday. We are losing track of what day it is. Biscuits all melted into one, doesn't it? Well, anyway, we're stumped him 10 meteorologist Christina Ernie. Today. High temperatures reached the middle and upper seventies with a mix of sun and clouds, but increasing clouds can be expected ahead of scattered showers and thunderstorms. This afternoon Thursday, much warmer and mug you're heading into the eighties, with more sunshine, staying mainly dry. I'm Storm Team 10 meteorologist Christine Ernie on NewsRadio, 9 21 of 47 FM. Christina thank you very much. And when the great White Way reopens, which now doesn't look like it's going to be until January on Oscar winner is going to be taking the stage on Broadway. Get back with you in on that story and check sports Next. It's seven. It's not too late to turn up your central air system called U P to schedule an appointment today boost our medicated ointment works fast to relieve the pain and each of almost any skin irritation. It's amazing. It's like as soon as you put it on, you can feel it working. We've had Blue star in the family for years. It works on everything. I love the cooling sensation or my athlete's foot. What a relief for my exam. A. Nothing worked on my dry cracked skin until I tried. Blue Star Blue Star is great for scalp Ege. Look for the white box with the Blue star in the first aid section, Feel Blue Star work fast or your money back. We're all in uncharted territory, looking for ways to support our communities at Del Technologies were making sure small businesses have the right tech solutions. Del Technologies..

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01:57 min | 1 year ago

"john hamlet" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"These in and then getting months of people. It's now 7 40 Let's hit the road ways. Once again. Check in with John Hamlet in this report is brought to us by Compassion International. It's been a slow rider from Lansdale at getting through the construction this morning on 95 North through Pataki. It sat down right has been OK down from the state line in from South Attleboro and no delays in 1 46 halftime from 2 95 and Lincoln 1 95 still quiet of the Washington Bridge with her Southern New England traffic. I'm John We're all feeling the weight of covert 19. But for kids in poverty around the world, things are becoming desperate. Join compassion International Provide for a family in poverty. Make your one time. $40 gift. Text Hope. 283393 Here's the forecast with Storm Team 10 meteorologist Christina Earning today. High temperatures reached the middle and upper seventies with a mix of sun and clouds, but increasing clouds can be expected ahead of scattered showers and thunderstorms. This afternoon Thursday. Much warmer and mug you're heading into the eighties, with more sunshine, staying mainly dry. I'm Storm Team 10 meteorologist Christine Ernie on NewsRadio, 9 21 of 47 FM. 68 degrees coming up next right. Islanders feel about the pace of reopening from covert 19 at 7 41 They call it the new normal high. You could just leave the pizza right on the grounds. Yep. Thank you Allow us to trouble here. I found you some hand sanitizer. I love you. OK, but one thing remains the same one. Time. Damn Route six. Route six Order more Kia In Swansea. It's still a crime to pay more than a dime and get this. You make no car payments for four months with 0% financing. Take that the new normal.

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"North bound up for retaining Cranston in the clear route ten north and south checking out by union Avenue with your southern New England traffic I'm John hamlet in the weekends upon us let's take a look at the forecast with storm team chief meteorologist Christina earning another rainy and windy days ahead but scattered showers and wind gusts that reach or exceed thirty to forty miles per hour mostly cloudy with high temperatures in the upper forties increasing sunshine this weekend near fifty degrees Saturday and low fifties with sun on Sunday I'm stormteam ten meteorologist Christina Ernie on newsradio nine twenty and one of four seven FM forty five degrees with rain coming down and Kristen Marx's newscast at seven OO one is being brought to us by compassion international right now this child living in extreme poverty with no future no hope but you can bring some hope when you become a compassion international sponsors so text the word child now to eight three three nine three and sponsor a child Ron here are the stories were working on today nearly half of the now twelve corona virus does reported in Rhode Island have been nursing home residents the two new deaths reported yesterday were residents of golden crest to nursing center in north Providence for does in total have been reported from that facility as well as one from the Oak Hill center in Pawtucket the two nursing homes have reported a combined total of about one hundred coronavirus cases there are now ninety one new confirmed cases in the state bringing the total number up to six hundred and fifty seven of that number seventy two people are hospitalized which is up from sixty Wednesday Massachusetts is reporting thirty two more covert nineteen related deaths bringing the total number there to one hundred and fifty four the total number of cases in Massachusetts is now close to nine thousand after twelve hundred and twenty eight new cases were announced yesterday governor Gina Raimondo taking questions from the state's children yesterday instead of holding her daily press conference among the questions concerns that kids may have to repeat the school year.

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02:12 min | 1 year ago

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"Nine hundred seventy eight mistakes started so that's where we get the about for about twenty thousand all right by the time the kids eighteen so let's take a look twenty one per year okay all right it's like almost one it's almost one a day as for the mistakes that these parents are making well sixty five percent say that they allow their kids to have too much screen time and I feel like that's kind of a newer thing too as we learn to deal with technology well you know devil's advocate here monkey see monkey do because that as as we know I've seen a lot of reports about kids actually won their parents but the phones that that's true actually we did that another time that I was here we did that story about kids being upset by that and and I know it's easy and I totally get it but I think that it is good that people are becoming more aware of how much time they're letting their kids use whatever the devices whether be in front of the TV or using a tablet or phone at dinner to keep them quiet I mean the year look if you're just using that as a discipline basically and you're not actually disciplining them radio I think you're losing some of that interaction between parents and and kids next up for clinical mistakes parents make forty two percent say they accidentally cheat teach their children swear words and that's going to happen in the real world though yeah thirty nine percent they let their kids watch something that isn't age appropriate alright so far including these in the four thousand quote unquote mistakes I mean I don't think any of these are really you know yeah too damaging to kids are going to be in therapy years later there's there's a lot worse that could be going on okay it is seven o'clock right now and it's your chance to win a thousand dollars your shot at one thousand dollars now tags that nationwide two hundred two hundred and you'll get a confirmation text dinner date delight in this nationwide contest in cash two hundred two hundred Rhode Island news traffic and weather station newsradio nine twenty one oh four seven FM WHAG a Providence and I heart radio station and now let's get a check of our traffic with John hamlet press one for a new Bedford among forty.

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01:52 min | 2 years ago

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"Law would supersede local ordinances, it's very important to us that, that stitch handle language is in the Bill to respect the ordinance is already on the books. This Bill would find businesses one hundred dollars for violating the ban. The governor's task force to tackle plastics, and the department of environmental management recommended, the original version of the Bill that did not include the stitched handle language, but the Senate amended it to tighten the restrictions. Something Senator is now ski hopes the house will do to. They also removed a proposed five cent charge for paper bags. Now, the house version of the plastic bag ban also pass out of committee, Thursday, and is headed to the floor Anita Buffoni from I would. Witness news. That was a poll question from weeks passed that we asked, you should that be left up to individual towns, cities communities, you know, whether or not, they want to ban plastic bags instead of it being an across the board, sweep, you know, statewide, and you said, yes, it should be left up to the individual communities, but it doesn't appear that that's going to be the case. They longer ten minutes after seven o'clock, NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM. To the traffic center was again, his John hamlet, and he's brought to us by handy for people who love cars. We have some backups on ninety five south in the six ten connector because of an earlier breakdown by exit nineteen on the southbound side of ninety five he's gone and delays who pretty much eased as well just briefly downs getting up towards Thurbers Avenue so far on ninety five north traffic on the rise. But it's moving from Broadway and one that five last with your southern New England traffic. I'm John hamlet? Hey, New England need collector car insurance only Haggerty has the expertise and passion to protect your Connor, quote at Hegarty dot com slash east or with your local agent. The forecast is powered by Dunkin. You can try their new line of handcrafted signature, lot taste that include blueberry, crisp caramel,.

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01:52 min | 2 years ago

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"People were injured, one of them in American tourists, when they tried to outrun the out of control cruise ship, and the tourist both the river Countess witnesses on shore said they heard the warning siren, signaling that something was about to happen to tugboats tried to stop the nine hundred foot long opera. But they're Tokyo snapped the collision happening about eight thirty Sunday morning Venice. Time on the judaica canal, a major thoroughfare in the city, the crash renewing calls to ban. Cruise ships in Venice altogether. Karen McCue, Fox News that, you deca canal, by the way, a major thoroughfare in Venice in the incident highlights when many locals have complained about for years, that the waterway is far too crowded, and that cruise ships, simply don't belong there. And you know, cruise ships aren't getting any smaller those things like little cities, now it's crazy. The startling video of this thing. You gotta. See it to its online shows the MSE opera. It's careening towards a dog blaring as you just heard blaring its horn as onlookers ran for safety. So this gigantic cruise ship crashed into the Venice tourist boat. Twenty minutes after six o'clock, NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM back to the highways. We go into the traffic center with John hamlet and John's report from Haggerty for people who love cars from Pawtucket towards one ninety five in the city and ninety five south all the way down to the airport connector in less than fifteen minutes. Drive time getting up from route four towards the state offices on the northbound side, one ninety five in the clear as well of the Washington bridge with your southern New England traffic. I'm John hamlet? Hey, New England need collector car insurance only Haggerty has the expertise and passion to protect your caller, quote at Hegarty dot com slash east or with your local agent. Forecast powered by Dunkin. You can try their new line of handcrafted signature lot, as blueberry,.

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

"john hamlet" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Fight for what all new Englanders want. Good jobs, affordable, healthcare, a better wage and to be treated right by the company, they made a success stop and shop sent us. This statement claiming in part, we deeply appreciate the patience and understanding of our customers during this time, and we look forward to welcoming them back to stop and shop now, some stop and shop employees tell us. They were notified that this strike was over by either their union rep, letting them know or a mass text message that was sent out by the union as far as scheduling goes there's still lots of questions in that category. Read from NBC ten so the stop and shop stores are expected to reopen their doors and be fully staffed by about eight o'clock this morning, but boy, they must have lost a lot of money that parent company, but I mean at this companies massive four hundred and four. Eighteen stop and shop's to eighty two thousand employees, right? So some estimates say they might have lost anywhere between twenty and twenty five million bucks during the strike because you know, it was targeted to be right there. Smack dab with the Easter holiday weekend right in the middle of it. So, you know, a lot of perishable goods a lot of flowers a lot of candy, and what have you so, but I feel that a grain of sand of the beach for this. This Dutch company that owns the chain. It's now seven fifty NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM off to the traffic center. Once again to check in with John hamlet Johns reports brought to us by positive coaching alliance. Clearing, five West Broadway and east providence for slow getting in from Seekonk, and we had earlier breakdown by Thurbers Avenue and ninety five north that's busy now from Jefferson Boulevard and route ten southbound delays starting around Lonsdale avenue, six ten bags EPA Toby street now busy through the roadwork and Hartford avenue and route six with your other New England traffic, I'm John Gotti as with youth or high school sports positive coaching alliance can help an. National nonprofit offers more than thousand free all bide resources for youth and.

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"john hamlet" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"john hamlet" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Is now being blamed for having coordinated this attack which included at least seven possibly eight different explosions, which took these people's lives all set at churches and hotels where visiting worshippers would have been staying Evan. What's the deal with social media being blocked over false news reports on this? Well, I think the government had concerned that the use of social media might either encourage more attacks. Or it could also contribute to the inadvertent spread a false information about what was going on and and create perhaps another security situation or just a general danger. If any bad actors were to get onto social media start telling people to go to this one area, and that happens to be the area where a bomb might go off that would be a bad idea. I don't know if that was the predominant reason why this relaunch can government did that. But that's a hypothetical. I I know the country is still under various degrees of lockdown today. And in fact, there's been one more explosion of van blew up. We can tell been hurt Brown from Fox News. I appreciate the update. Thanks. It's seven thirty eight officials with the Topeka zoo say a tiger that attacked as keeper is not going to youth. Anais the keeper and a male tiger apparently ended up in the same area. When the tiger attacked on Saturday morning update on how zookeepers doing from. Fox's Ken Duffy days after the keep Roy's mall that the Topeka zoo in Kansas zoo's, director says the prognosis for recovery is said to be good a seven year old Sumatran tiger jumped victim while she was in the outdoor tiger habitat this weekend, the director Brennan Wiley, telling the peak capital journal that the woman. Could soon be transferred from intensive care while he says, they're investigating the attack. And checking the see what procedures might not the change to prevent another one Kenza Fox News zoo was put on lockdown to about forty five minutes after the incident. These director, Brendan Riley said that the reaction from the tiger is normal for animal of its nature, and that there is quote, no consideration of euthanizing that tiger zoo will conduct a full investigation as we just heard from Ken Duffy, reviewing all policies and procedures to see if any changes need to be made there. It's seven forty NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM. We head back to the traffic center. Now check in with John hamlet John's report from positive coaching alliance breakdowns causing some hangups here. Five northbound Thurbers Avenue, busy right up for ten and elbowed avenue in Cranston, slow ride and one ninety five in from the state line with a breakdown clearing by Broadway. Six ten connector on the brakes Toby deem now getting onto ninety five with your southern New England traffic, I'm John hamlet got issues with you there high school. Sports positive coaching alliance can help and national nonprofit offers more than thousand free resources for euthanize school..

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"john hamlet" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"john hamlet" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Hundred eighty two thousand twenty school budget comes after a decrease in enrollment district wide and the state aid for education that's been reduced by roughly eight. Hundred thousand dollars compared to the current year. Kimmel they need. We don't want that to go away. A lot in my life. My mental host is something my entire life and drama club and music and art are the only things of human now, another public hearing on the matter will be held. And then we're told in Mavis school committee will vote on whether or not what positions if any will be eliminated soon read from NBC tenants. Now, nine minutes past six o'clock. So our poll question again today, do you think that support for the striking stop and shop workers will wane as time goes by in this strike lingers? A lot of people feel inconvenienced by this, you know, and sometimes they can generate some anger, but then go she ations between the stop and shop and the unions have gone on strike and Rhody and Massachusetts and Connecticut continued yesterday labor action stretching into its fifth day today, launches Dana number six United food and commercial workers unions in the grocery change management. According to the Providence Journal staff report this morning, they're meeting at the graduate in providence. That's formerly the Biltmore by the way did so yesterday in an effort to. Resolve the impasse. The strike affecting hundreds of stores and five hundreds of workers. Now, most stop and shop stores remain open on a modified eight AM to eight PM schedule all the banks and all the pharmacies inside their open. But if the stores closed, you get a knock on the door you're gonna knock on the window to get in. All right. But then you're gonna go through picket lines to do that to the unions in management there. At bitter odds, by the way over everything from pay to healthcare into retirement plans. So the talks do continue between the stop and shop workers and the union. It's now ten minutes after six o'clock NewsRadio nine twenty one four seven FM. And let's hit the highways once again and traffic center, we John hamlet John's report from discover busy traffic and route twenty four northbound getting it from one forty and Taunton towards an accident clearing in Raynham by route forty four if you see a problem, call the Providence Auto Body traffic tip line, eight six six nine nine nine seventy two hundred with your southern New England traffic, I'm John hamlet. Discover alerts you if they find your social security number on any one of thousands of risky websites. It's just another way. They look after you not just your account. It's free.

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"john hamlet" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"john hamlet" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Opposition from lawmakers ratepayers, and environmental groups, pulling this off would have been massively complicated, politically financially logistically from an environmental standpoint dill were really significant concerns proposed the plan to try and raise. Money for the city's one billion dollar, unfunded pension liability the water supply in the Scituate reservoir controlled by the providence water supply board is worth an estimated four hundred million dollars. But the water supply board isn't allowed to make a profit on it, which is why legislation was introduced year after year at the state house to monetize the water supply. But it received little support with many concerned that rates for customers could go up. If the water was bought or leased we knew that it didn't have a chance at the state house. If our entire city wasn't behind it as for shoring up the city's finances. The mayor says they are now seeking new ideas. He does not want the city to declare bankruptcy. If you think things are difficult now, then you have no idea the pain that would be inflicted if we do go into receivership or bankruptcy under every every scenario. Bankruptcy should be avoided and multiple environmental groups celebrated the end of this idea they had been fighting to keep the state's drinking water in public. Hands. Steph Machado from this news, seven forty NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM back to the traffic center. We check this every ten minutes, traffic and weather on the tense. Keep your friend on time and up to date. His John hamlet John's report is being brought to us by unbound dot org. Little flora from elbow to Thurbers Avenue and ninety five north leftover traffic, though, it's from proved through Attleboro towards one fifty two where we had earlier accident this morning and ninety five northbound southbound a little tough down from branch avenue. Six ten connector. Busy already at Toby street way through southern New England traffic, I'm John hamlet right now. There are young people across the world facing a tough choice continue.

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Man arrested after jumping fence at Los Angeles airport

Ron St. Pierre

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Man arrested after jumping fence at Los Angeles airport

"There's a guy behind bars this morning after allegedly jumping a fence at LAX Los Angeles International airport and. Doing some push ups on the runway Los Angeles International airport police say the man was seen climbing over the fence yesterday afternoon made a break towards a Delta Airlines jet which was about to take off apparently that's where, he, stopped, the dropped Gun and a few reps it's also we're. Officers rebel to. Take them into custody no word on whether he was armed or how it Wii hop the fence the runway. Was shut down so, thirties could search for any evidence the man may have dropped you imagine. That though MRs at one one of if not the most busiest airports in the United States in Los Angeles International

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Investigative reporter Brian Ross leaves ABC News

Ron St. Pierre

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Investigative reporter Brian Ross leaves ABC News

"Abc news investigative reporter brian ross member gaffe that he made and his top producer rhonda schwarzer leaving the network their departure coming seven months after ross was suspended for an incorrect report about president trump ross wrongly reporting in december bad while he was a presidential candidate trump had directed divisor michael flynn to make contact with the russians however the request to flynn who later briefly became national security advisor actually came when trump was the presidentelect ross was suspended for four weeks over the incorrect story and told that he could no longer report on trump ross said that in a note to his abc colleagues yesterday that while he and schwartz are leaving abc they're not leaving investigative reporting but abc's the reporter he's been with that network by the way for twenty four years is out and it says destroying hundreds of millions of records that go back to two thousand fifteen after analysts found technical irregularities in data provided by phone companies whose fox's catherine herridge more details in securing america the nsa was not supposed to get some of the information that includes phone numbers and length of coal but not the content the aclu nima single yanni says the data is still revealing essentially information that would allow the nsa to put together a picture of the most intimate details of someone's life according to an agency statement it was not feasible for the nsa to identify and isolate the data it was authorized to receive so with approval from the justice department and head of the intelligence community the nsa said the appropriate course of action was to delete the records tom kellerman is the cybersecurity officer at carbon black my great concern is here as a purge this data that there will be of interest regarding specific individuals who were planning terrorist attacks in washington catherine herridge fox news it is now six twenty time to hit the roadways the traffic and weather now on the tens we do it every ten minutes and it's the courtesy hyundai drive courtesy dot com traffic center once again john hamlet john's report is being brought to us by express employment professionals accidental washburn.

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NBA legend Bill Russell released from the hospital after dehydration issues

Adam Jones

01:30 min | 3 years ago

NBA legend Bill Russell released from the hospital after dehydration issues

"Playoff and they're they look to be in the driver's seat in that series they looked to be headed to the nba finals but just you know just take a moment of karmic karmic moment to make sure that you don't just put like nine cards in front of this one horse that's where some people are in the best player in the league is playing for the other team and we've seen him take over whole series yes on his own especially in boston against boston over a thousand points in his career against the celtics marshall local get you caught up and everything happening in sports headlines we'll say goodbye to him and we'll welcome in john hamlet on sports up headlines right here on ninety sports the last half hour we told you that bill russell had been rushed to a hospital in the seattle area last night dealing with heart trouble in shortness of breath this is confirmed true by russell himself but he has since tweeted from his confirmed official account that yes he did go to the hospital last night but he is on his way back home now and that obviously is good news meanwhile game three the eastern conference finals tonight with the celtics sitting on a two games to none lead this of course this game tonight will be in cleveland on the cavaliers home court tip off set for eight thirty sean grandy cedric maxwell the call right here on ninety eight five the sports hub starting with the mind cast celtics pregame show at eight o'clock.

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