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"johnsson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:12 min | 2 weeks ago

"johnsson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Beckmann Show News, Talk 7 16 W. J. R and welcome back into the show. Everybody 808 90957 is the film number so good to have you with us after the show today I've been mentioning, and I've been encouraging you to be here, but you can't be so I apologize for that. That's my bad. The Michigan Fallen Heroes Memorial is having their annual September 11th ceremony to honor Michigan's fallen heroes. We're talking about police and firefighters. Who have died in the line of duty here in the state of Michigan, nearly 900 of them now with the nine new ones whose names are being added to the guest speaker today is police Chief James Craig. I'll have the honor of being the master of ceremonies and the more I think forward to this. The more I just get the chills inside because I said earlier. Hey, get out there. Make sure you're there. You can't be because I'm reminded by Mandy Ford. Who has done a lot of the groundwork for them out there that they're limited to 100 guests by the governor's orders. Attendance is now restricted. Two survivors and family members of those heroes who are newly added to the memorial wall. That's only nine families. So, but there's another way to watch it. Okay. You can still take part in this because starting in two, you could watch the ceremony on line. It's going to be live streamed. At the YouTube channel. Of the Michigan Fallen Heroes Memorial. Every YouTube general, we've got a Facebook page to even go to either one and watch the ceremony. So we know that ah that many of you will take advantage of that opportunity. I hope you will. And it'll be your way of saluting those who have who have fallen in the line of duty on our behalf throughout her state of Michigan, so once again live streamed on the Michigan Fallen Heroes Memorial YouTube channel. And that starts a two PM and on their Facebook page as well. And you know, it's kind of weird How you got to do with these days with covered, but I hope you can join us. I really do. We're gonna honor of the nine Names that have been added to the Ah, the granite wall. Including among others, just want to point this out, because the story stuck with me ever since. It happened about 10 days ago or so, Sergeant Savage Johnson 26 year. Veteran Detroit Police Fire Department, Detroit Fire Department. 49 years old. You know what he did? He was told that there were three little girls that were in the water in the Detroit River and needed help. He dived into the water to save the three young girls from drowning. That's what he did. Savar Johnsson Hay was there with his 10 year old daughter, Hayden on Friday night Heard witnesses say that the three young girls were drowning and heat. Gave his phone has keys to his daughter. And along with the civilian. He dived into the river and the two of them saved lives. Three lives of little girls. The girls were brought to shore. Sergeant Johnson's daughter realize she couldn't find her father around 9 P.m.. She called the police. Ah! And she was turned over to the care of her grandfather. While authorities searched the river that about 4 A.m.. They called off the search and then later that morning, the body of Sergeant Johnson was found near the Detroit Young Club. That was one of our heroes who lost his life just recently who'll be honored today. His name is on the wall of honor. Ah, for the Michigan Fallen Heroes Memorial and he will be among those being honored. So I hope you'll join us. Ah, Virtually the fallen Heroes Memorial YouTube channel That's the Michigan Fallen Heroes Memorial YouTube channel. And they've got a Facebook page as well. And you conjoined us there because it's impossible to do so in person than another time. Maybe you could make that trip out to Oakland County. You know the main campus? We're all there. Ah, you know, the courthouse in the office buildings are the Sheriff's department. The jail all on that huge campus and the mission Fallen Heroes Memorial, which is now That's in only 15 years old. It is Acting baby past 15 now At a rate. Michael Bouchard is the man who came up with the idea and lead the fundraising campaign to make it happen, and God bless him for that. That's why he's considered one of the top law enforcement officials in the United States of America. One of the many reasons all right, let's get back to your phone calls. When you say 808 590957 out the Lavonia, we're going to go right now. Mark your next up here on the show. Good morning. Thank you for your patience. Yeah. Morning, Frank. I just wanted to mention that You know, I occasionally think about 9 11. What happened? And then the country did pull together too. You know, not be so divided as it is now, And I remember during the 16. 2016 elections that when Bush was running his brother and You know, he mentioned that His brother kept America safe, kept safe. And for his time he did You know there wasn't You know, there it put the terrorists on. I watch. But then, when Obama came in, it seemed like a terrorism just spiked up all around the world, different countries. Isis really grew. But now under this president, we don't see that We don't hear about that too much. Now I think that When he dropped that bomb on there under underground bunker, and then they a lot of them. You know, law gave up, turned himself in. So to speak there. You're in prison now. And we don't hear about that. So national security is a really You know, it's an important thing, and I think people know absolutely and you know, one in the lives of our troops are too and for the president to draw down in the Middle East again, I don't know about you, but I love this idea where we've got about 5000 troops over there. I think in Iraq and he's bringing 3500 of them home, I say Bring them all. Right, And I remember rush, saying that I think he's I'm not sure if I'm saying it right? But like one of the first president that didn't bring us into a war in the first four years saw you, Noah. I guess that's pretty remarkable. When you think about it. I promise you. I'll do the research on that for next week. Okay, Mark. All right. Okay. I appreciate it. Thanks very, very much. Lets go to Rochester right now, Steve, you're on the Frank Beckmann show. Good morning. How you doing, Frank? Good. Good. Thanks for the call. Just wanted Teo honor to men that served with my son, both from Michigan. Andy Saiful from the West Side and Dan Price, his mother wrote a book. Called no stray bullet, but Andy was a good friend of my son and they served together. My son did 610 years in the Marines. And to see a surrendering our liberties today. It's terrible, but I'm gonna tell you about Andy. I want to give you that chance, Steve. But I'd like you to tell me how we've surrendered some of our liberties. Which ones you talking about? We surrender well. We just coward. We've coward after this When we When we first got hit, everybody was ready to attack stand up insight. But since the.

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"johnsson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"johnsson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Be Tuesday at 9 29, now still scheduled for it today is a satellite launch for Argentina at 7. 19 PM forecasters only giving that though a 40% chance of happening, the satellite for Argentina is designed to help emergency responders communicate and to monitor the nation's environment. The playoffs are officially over for Orlando Magic They lost against the Milwaukee Bucks yesterday. 1 18 to 104. Er with Florida's news. I'm trade Johnsson Hay with everything going on in the news today. Do you worry about your retirement money? Well, if you do, why don't you do what? I didn't go see Graham Capital Advisors and get some straight, honest financial advice. You can't put a price on having peace of mind. Remember, if you have an advisor who has the name of a big bank or insurance company on their business card? That's who they work for. Not for you will always be trying to sell you something, And you have to wonder whose retirement of these guys thinking of Yours or theirs. And if you now are in a financial hole, I have a suggestion. Stop digging and let Graham Capital Advisors create a personal retirement roadmap for you to follow. This is what they do. Let me tell you, they're the real deal. They do it all one stop retirement planning, legal, financial and a state planning When I was getting close to retiring, it was the best thing that I ever did and you should do the same. Just go to their website scheduled appointment. Graham Capital advisors dot com. I'm that's Graham Capital advisors dot com. W f l A news dot com Available anywhere on our I Heart Radio APP Now number one for podcasting news Radio w F Ella and I Heart Radio Station Police in Portland. Want.

"johnsson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:02 min | Last month

"johnsson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A Tampa and W X TV HD to Clearwater, 9345 Florida residents have died from covert 19 ST reported 200 form or on Saturday. So what did Floridians think about covert 19? For one thing? They don't think it's going away anytime soon. Floridians do not believe that the worst of this is behind us. Ah, strong majority of them. Don't Stephen nearly of the University of South Florida School of Public Affairs says 55% in their survey says the worst of the pandemic is still ahead. USF finds overwhelming Majority support A statewide mask mandate and keeping schools closed, but it's an even split on holding political rallies. Jacksonville residents have a new sheriff in town literally. Florida Governor Ron De Santis has appointed Matt Walsh's interim sheriff of Clay County. Walsh comes from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Friday, De Santis suspended sheriff Darryl Daniels from office in the northeastern part of the state after his arrest on the felony charge of tampering with evidence. The Florida Times Union reports that investigators say Daniels had ordered his deputies to arrest his mistress on a stalking charge. They told prosecutors they didn't think the arrest was just I'm John McChrystal, the state of Florida being denied its request to dismiss the teachers Unions lawsuit against the emergency order requiring schools to hold face to face classes this month. The teachers union claims the order violates the state constitution. But the state says the mandate doesn't order students or teachers to return. If they don't want Teo, it gives them a choice. Leon County Judge ordered both parties to work it out. Mediation. Regal and AMC Movie Theater chain says they're going to begin to re open their theatres this month and tickets on Ly costing you 15 cents Opening day. AMC Entertainment, which owns the chain says it expects to open the doors to more than 100 cinemas August 20th. With those throwback prices with Florida's use entree, Johnsson Hay with everything going on in the news today. Do you worry about your retirement money? Well, if you do, why don't you do what? I didn't.

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"johnsson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:02 min | Last month

"johnsson" Discussed on WTOP

"The Russia investigation continues today, and it comes from Republican Senator Ron Johnson, who says he's subpoenaed the FBI for documents related to the probe. Meantime, the Wisconsin senator is defending a separate investigation that he's leading into Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and Ukraine. Democrats say all of that is just amplifying Russian propaganda. U. S. Intelligence officials are saying Russia's already working to denigrate bite and ahead of the November election. Johnsson, Hay chairs, Thie Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. There's a call to break up the Homeland Security Department. In the letter, American Civil Liberties Union executive director Anthony Romero calls for the dismantling of the Department of Homeland Security, saying in recent weeks the actions of federal agents have shown the agency quote isn't capable of acting consistently with the Constitution. He goes on to say that for nearly 20 years Many of the views warnings about VHS had become tragic realities. Romero also writes that the department's quote horrific tactics are being used in cities across the country. Jim Priscilla CBS News, 9 42 President Trump is once again floating his desire to host the G seven summit. He wants to do it after the election, and he wants to invite Russia. Now Russia was kicked out of the group after it annexed Crimea six years ago. When the president suggested hosting the G seven in June, the European Union insisted Russia can't be there as faras the pandemic. Mr Trump says the meeting could be teleconference. Meantime, the president says he's deciding between two locations for his GOP nomination speech, and one is a civil War battlefield. The president tweeds he'll deliver the August 27 speech, either at the White House or what he calls the Great battlefield of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Both sides are federal property, which raises legal and ethical issues about using them for a political event. Do we get a Gettysburg would also revive the president's defense of monuments to Confederate Heroes? Spokeswoman Kayleigh Mcenany says the president looks forward to celebrating his achievements. President has done Ah lot to bring this country. Together, he says. A decision on this speech will come soon. Soccer agony Washington knew tonight after initially pushing for the opening of more than 1800 polling places in Maryland on November 3rd The governor has decided to allow for some big changes in casting your ballot in person after an official recommendation for them from the state Board of Elections. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is given the green light to a plan to use 282 voting centers in November. With the plan, residents will be allowed to vote it any voting center in their home county. The governor's approval was needed for the centres and state elections. Officials say it will help as the state sees thousands of vacancies for election judges, since many who normally volunteer or high risk for the Corona virus governor did say In a letter to the B O. E that he remains concerned about the decision to close nearly 80% of polling places, and he calls on absentee ballot request forms to be sent to every voter. Mike Murillo, w T. O P News Capital one arena is taking on a new identity. It'll be a polling place for Washington voters. D C'est confirmed the news as the district tries repurpose ing some currently empty spaces. Last month. Monumental Sports and Entertainment, which owns the wizard's mystics and caps offered up the arena to help for the election. D C is still in the process of finalizing locations for 20 early voting sites that will be open for two weeks before Election Day. In other news tonight, the Corona virus pandemic has brought new challenges to the teaching world. But if you're in the education field, you're in a good place around here, the third best. In fact, according to a new Smart asset survey of the best places to be a teacher, the company analyzed a number of metrics, including teachers as a percentage of the workforce, average income spending per student and housing costs. Among others are region rates high when it comes to the average income more than $81,000 as well as the number of.

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"johnsson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:12 min | 4 months ago

"johnsson" Discussed on AP News

"An 8:00 PM curfew didn't stop thousands of demonstrators were marching through the streets of New York City but reports of vandalism and looting were down this was not the widespread free for all seen another guy still there was looting in Manhattan police say there were about 280 arrests mostly for disorderly conduct many stayed out past curfew peacefully protesting for the most part including Andreas Johnsson says police were roughing people grab innocent people for no reason and decided like call for them to the ground this tool was he's a journalist and a price does a press pass in a push into the ground it was also a police shooting which chief of department Terence Monahan says was unrelated to the protests involving a man with a gun in I said I have been critical of the chaos of the city and want to send in the National Guard Julie Walker in New York active duty troops sent to the Washington DC region to help if needed with civil unrest start starting to leave as protests turned violent this week roughly 1300 troops were sent to this area they haven't been use and senior defense officials tell the AP the troops are now beginning to pull out while president trump has talked about using the military to put down violent protests Pentagon chief mark esper said this morning conditions do not warrant to using active duty troops for law enforcement I do not support invoking the insurrection act which esper says should only happen as a last resort in the most dire situation Sager make ani Washington

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Active-duty troops deployed to DC region start to leave

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Active-duty troops deployed to DC region start to leave

"An active eight PM duty curfew troops didn't sent stop to the Washington thousands DC of demonstrators region to were marching help if through needed the streets with civil of New York unrest City but start reports starting of to vandalism leave and looting as protests were down turned violent this this week was not roughly the widespread thirteen free hundred for all seen troops another were sent guy still to this area there was looting they haven't in Manhattan been use police and say senior there were about defense two officials hundred and tell eighty the arrests AP mostly the troops for are disorderly now beginning conduct to pull out many stayed while out president past trump has curfew talked about peacefully using the military protesting to put for the down most part violent protests including Andreas Pentagon Johnsson chief says mark police esper were said roughing this morning people conditions grab do not innocent warrant people to using for no active reason duty troops and decided for law like enforcement call for I do them not support to the invoking ground the this insurrection tool was act he's which a esper journalist says and should a price only happen does as a press a last pass in a resort push into the in ground the most it was also dire a police situation shooting which chief of Sager department Terence make Monahan ani Washington says was unrelated to the protests involving a man with a gun in I said I have been critical of the chaos of the city and want to send in the National Guard Julie Walker in New York

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"johnsson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:14 min | 4 months ago

"johnsson" Discussed on AP News

"An 8:00 PM curfew didn't stop thousands of demonstrators were marching through the streets of New York City but reports of vandalism and looting were down this was not the widespread free for all seen another guy still there was looting in Manhattan police say there were about 280 arrests mostly for disorderly conduct many stayed out past curfew peacefully protesting for the most part including Andreas Johnsson says police were roughing people grab innocent people for no reason and decided like call for them to the ground this tool was he's a journalist and a price does a press pass in a push into the ground it was also a police shooting which chief of department Terence Monahan says was unrelated to the protests involving a man with a gun in I said I have been critical of the chaos of the city and want to send in the National Guard Julie Walker in New York

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"johnsson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:14 min | 4 months ago

"johnsson" Discussed on AP News

"For an eighth straight night protesters fanned out nationwide while speaking out against police violence here in Washington George Floyd was the rallying cry thousands gathered in Lafayette park across from the White House in New York mayor bill de Blasio promised they're being hurt and we will make that change I am certain I guarantee it diplomacy was resisting president trump's demands that he bring in the National Guard to stop violent protesters thousands of troops are on the streets here in DC and elsewhere in the Chicago suburb of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington president trump says this summer's Republican convention will not be held in North Carolina after all the president says he's looking for a new host state after North Carolina governor Roy Cooper a Democrat refused to guarantee the convention could be held in Charlotte without restrictions due to a coronavirus concerns Cooper told organizers the pandemic requires planning for a scaled down event with fewer people the president had been demanding a full house at Charlotte's spectrum center GOP governors in Tennessee Florida and Georgia had shown interest in hosting the convention if North Carolina fell through Sager made Connie Washington an 8:00 PM curfew didn't stop thousands of demonstrators were marching through the streets of New York City but reports of vandalism and looting were down this was not the widespread free for all seen another guy still there was looting in Manhattan police say there were about 280 arrests mostly for disorderly conduct many stayed out past curfew peacefully protesting for the most part including Andreas Johnsson says police were roughing people grab innocent people for no reason and decided like call for them to the ground this tool was he's a journalist and a price does a press pass in a push into the ground it was also a police shooting which chief of department Terence Monahan says was unrelated to the protests involving a man with a gun in I said I have been critical of the chaos of the city and want to send in the National Guard Julie Walker in New York

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'Not stopping': Defiant NYC protesters march through curfew

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

'Not stopping': Defiant NYC protesters march through curfew

"An eight PM curfew didn't stop thousands of demonstrators were marching through the streets of New York City but reports of vandalism and looting were down this was not the widespread free for all seen another guy still there was looting in Manhattan police say there were about two hundred and eighty arrests mostly for disorderly conduct many stayed out past curfew peacefully protesting for the most part including Andreas Johnsson says police were roughing people grab innocent people for no reason and decided like call for them to the ground this tool was he's a journalist and a price does a press pass in a push into the ground it was also a police shooting which chief of department Terence Monahan says was unrelated to the protests involving a man with a gun in I said I have been critical of the chaos of the city and want to send in the National Guard Julie Walker in New York

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'Not stopping': Defiant NYC protesters march through curfew

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

'Not stopping': Defiant NYC protesters march through curfew

"For president an eight an eighth PM trump straight curfew says didn't night this summer's stop protesters thousands Republican of fanned demonstrators convention out nationwide will were marching not through be while held the speaking streets in North of Carolina out New York against City after police but all reports violence of vandalism the president and says looting he's looking were down for a new host this was state not the after widespread North Carolina free for all governor seen here in another Roy Washington guy Cooper still George a Democrat there was Floyd looting refused was in the Manhattan rallying to guarantee cry the police convention say there were about could be two held hundred in Charlotte and thousands eighty arrests gathered without mostly in Lafayette restrictions for disorderly park due across conduct to a coronavirus from the White many House concerns stayed out past Cooper told curfew organizers peacefully in New the York pandemic protesting mayor requires bill for de the Blasio most planning part promised for a including scaled they're Andreas being down hurt event Johnsson with and says we fewer will police make people that were change roughing people the president I had am grab been certain demanding innocent I a guarantee full people for house no it reason diplomacy at Charlotte's was resisting and spectrum decided center president like trump's GOP demands call for that them governors he bring in in Tennessee to the the National ground Florida Guard this tool to and stop was Georgia he's violent a had journalist shown protesters interest and a price in hosting thousands does the convention a press of pass troops in a are push on if the streets into North the ground Carolina here it was in DC also fell a police through and shooting elsewhere which chief Sager of department in the Chicago made Terence Connie suburb Monahan Washington of says Cicero was unrelated Cesar to Bautista the protests is glad involving to see a man them with after a gun days in of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I said I have been critical I think of the it's chaos a no of the city I think and it's want a to send ridiculous in the National song Guard or make Julie ani Washington Walker in New York

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"johnsson" Discussed on Army Wife Talk Radio

Army Wife Talk Radio

04:52 min | 5 months ago

"johnsson" Discussed on Army Wife Talk Radio

"What a great interview so thankful for Lucy Piper for joining us this year her empowering resources about ACP and the services they provide to the military community with us this week again if you would like to connect with ACP check them out online on facebook Edlington at American corporate partners at twitter and Instagram at a C. P. Underscore USA and youtube at ACP points. It's nice to be able to have resources like ACP for veterans and their spouses as they transition out of the military. And I wish I had known about this type of organization when my husband gotta the Army back in Twenty sixteen it would have been super helpful for me Especially just because you know. Try to find work as a military spouse get out. Luckily I have a mash degrees. So it's not as hard but I can only imagine for those who don't have the education background like that. Getting into a workforce that you're not familiar with You know going to a place where you're not familiar with where whether it is you. Don't go back home or you go back home for wherever that may be for anybody. It's hard to transition out of what you're used to however many years you're in the military to something that you're not used to having a resource like this is very helpful for veterans and their spouses Even though I didn't use it in an I didn't know about it. When we got out it would have been helpful. But we made it work when I transitioned out of the army and instead of my husband going directly into the workforce he uses Gi Bill. And he's almost dead has the rest of the semester and then summer and that he's done so maybe we'll use this resource one of the time comes Or maybe we won't but it's just nice to know that we have it there And for those. Who Need these resources? Har- heartwarming to know that they exist and that those veterans and their spouses don't have to be in limbo once it with the military. What did you think about the injury? Mirren so I absolutely loves listening to this interview. I felt so much more energized and empowered and like all the wheels were turning when I was listening to this interview because I felt like I resonated with so much about what Lucy shared with us. Especially me being a new military spouse. I know for me when I graduated college. In two thousand seventeen. My initial plan was in my head like Oh we'll go to college then all you're GonNa Masters or go to law school that my husband and I ended up getting engaged which completely changed her plan. Especially since our current duty station doesn't have law school relatively close off so that was really difficult for me. I was trying to figure out like you know I always wanted a career and I knew I wanted to be in the legal field so I took a slight detour. I've been working as a paralegal. The last three years which honestly has been really fulfilling. I've loved it Great and I know like after we don't engage. My husband was deployed during our engagement so I recently moved to. Fort Bliss. I know. Pc ICING job-hunting is so hard. And I just want to encourage fellow. Nelson's out there I. It's so hard to feel discouraged if you can't find the exact job you're looking for or whatever your Avenue Group has is but I've been trying to just look at it as a roadmap to getting to where I want to go and it's helped me a little bit of stress. I know it's not exactly what we would dream of but something is. Something is what I keep telling myself so. I know that I can greatly benefit from. Acp Especially I know as you mentioned Tackling interviews explaining the gaps in change of employment as can be so beneficial. Because I feel like I've been told you know some employers. Don't love the fact that you could be leaving so soon and I never know how to navigate that so that would be really helpful and my husband. He's not sure if he's doing career. Or how many years will stay in. But I'm always trying to play in the next step in kind of get ahead of whatever we're going to face next as much as I can in the army I'm really take this free and customize resource and my husband's also trying to figure out what he's going to use his Gi bill tune so this is definitely going to be really beneficial for both of us. Here's another one of our command members with weekly EMPOWERMENT PATROL REPORT. Hello. Awt Our listeners. For this week's empowerment patrol report. We are showcasing band of blogger. Ana Johnsson Larsen for diligently meeting every deadline and writing stories that stick with US ANA grew up in the beautiful idyllic Pacific northwest wearing socks with sandals recycling when it wasn't a thing and having no idea had a comfort her own gas in two thousand six. She agreed to marry her soldier with the promise that he traveled the world with her two children. Eleven and seven and one for baby later. He didn't disappoint their nomadic. Family of five has spent the past sixteen years visiting as many countries as they can and her free time. Anna Rights Dabbles Art and photography and home schools. Her too seriously cool kids. She just made the big decision.

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"johnsson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"johnsson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"johnsson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

10:19 min | 1 year ago

"johnsson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"johnsson" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

17:03 min | 2 years ago

"johnsson" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

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"johnsson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"johnsson" Discussed on KOMO

"Downtown seattle next traffic a 450 poor marina rockinger komo news do we will have a lull overnight about thirty five degrees tomorrow cloudy a slight chance of showers and a high of forty five rain likely on friday and saturday in a chance of showers on sunday currently overcast and forty three degrees in seattle twenty minutes of nonstop news continues on komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven and komonews dot com jeremy grater is at the editor's desk good to have you with us on this wednesday doctors say seventeen people are dead after a shooting at a florida high school and one doctor dr evan boyer at broward to sixteen people wounded are being treated at area hospitals and he says to victims died three were in critical condition three were in stable condition at broward health and he says all three patients are stolen the operator in room this evening well the always growing mega business that is amazon branching out in the health care industry in writing about it in today's edition of the washington post karolina johnsson and she is a good enough to join us on the komo news i first of all caroline thanks for your time how potentially significant could this be of the medical portion of amazon's business moving forward well a lot of people had heard about amazon and healthcare especially in the last few months 'cause they're rumor mill has been rampant about them shaking a prescription drugs doing something mysterious terrain and health.

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"johnsson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"johnsson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

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"johnsson" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"johnsson" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Satisfied with your case know when you say you're not supposed to talk about it did you sign something with bacon shake shaken bake you you did they maybe can talk about it now mikey case they made you sign something that you can't talk about your case because you were on happy with it i do not sure why but when i got can't read or write so i don't know but they he wouldn't commie why cadets while on here because you can't read or write know do you know what you signed um my my wife his wife's case not settled but if they're still treating her that might be why well no no they create but they they don't dare if i could feel curtain i will keep my story about it lady would go into a heating what do you mean that shaken baker or you're talking about the another that goeran johnsson he doing that ensured what is she doing to you didn't sign anything that you could talk about her right no no i didn't talk about her dog mom all right okay whoa tell me what they're doing too well for the day senate mediation gil but my wife and then some guy to beat leka old judge and he will carry my wife i have dr report you're what came into the doctor gang the commission salman is their doctrine goes i got dr reports coming theme now fina you're a liar you're making this stuff up you're not hurt i remember this so do i and and and then a lawyer for from here you to find out you know i think and called over to them did we ever callaway can bake on this bank assault shankar i i touch people they won't talking anxious to remember this case sijari i remember this call or someday face sickly think did you saw one of them call your wife a liar did you talk to us before save saaba.

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