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"josephson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Josephson who we lovingly call DJ is producing today thank you for tuning in as we wonder and muse out loud about how this pandemic something that the world has not experienced in a century yeah I mean you have to go back to nineteen eighteen for anything comparable to Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen which actually Jordana I'm reading a book now amazingly I know reading of Paul reading is not the job of reading a book it's got a lot of pictures it's got pictures but the Spanish flu was not just a one and done it was three or four different waves of infection over two years it came all in the spring of nineteen eighteen and then it faded away in the summer people thought that wasn't so bad everybody went back to work no harm no foul and then he came roaring back with a vengeance September through December of nineteen eighteen during the fall that's when the greatest fatalities occurred worldwide but the again there were a few more waves of infection there never was a vaccine and this killed an estimated fifty to a hundred million people around the world in the U. S. the best estimate is six hundred seventy five thousand Americans lost their lives and there were arguments back then about do we have to wear masks and do we have to shut down the city and no I'm not going to go back to work you can't force me to close some of the same disagreements that we're having today juror took place in nineteen eighteen it is uncanny how history really does repeat itself I told you the story that my grandmother's older sister died from the Spanish put it my grandmother was born in nineteen twenty she's a hundred this year on March fourth she turned a hundred she is in her boy in beach assisted living facility she's doing okay she's fine a little bored but she is totally fine I talk to her almost every day and she taught I I we were talking the other week about literally she just told me the story few weeks ago I can't believe I didn't know what she was the third in a family of four she had an older brother George and then she had an older sister who she never met because her mother told her the story that in nineteen eighteen you know two years before she was born somebody came to take George and the sister away George and a sister got sick they had Spanish flu I guess it was my my grandmother didn't know because again she was alive they took the babies away they took them away to some hospitals in government run facility and then they put a few weeks later I guess they brought them back and George survived and the sister did not wow died at I don't know if it was a second wave I don't know she didn't recover properly but the older brother lived on the sister died then my grandmother was born and then they had another son after that but she didn't really ever speak of her sister she never matter because like you know my grandmother wasn't born yet but when her sister died but she said it was her mother said it was during this great illness that the babies were both taken away and they came back to the house but the still the sister still back terrible huh it's surreal and and you hear the stories that families get a why did they have five six eight ten kids well the reason they had so many kids was difficult percentage of them did not survive childhood and it's just again when you hear these stories it's it's it's horrific but look we we want to get we don't have the answer key we don't pretend to have the answers but I'd be curious what you the listener at home thanks maybe come obsolete or maybe not as important after the pandemic if you have an opinion six five one nine eight nine nine two two six I have a little rough list here I don't know the next time I'm going to go to a salad bar a communal salad bar and and poke around the dressing and and the the lettuce I mean that to me right now does not sound terribly enticing handshakes high fives you know I I love the food stamp will set fire lanes do you really think we're not going to have handshakes anymore high fives do you think people are not going to do that anymore I think there's going to be a period of time where people think twice about it I'm not saying it's not coming back but for some period of time I mean would you shake hands with somebody you don't know right now if you saw them out of this room would you give somebody a hug no definitely not now now now but not now but maybe in a in a few months I even something as mundane as schlepping down to an office building you know a lot of people can be just as productive from home not everybody but roughly thirty seven percent of people in the United States fit the category of knowledge worker information worker who could in theory do their jobs just as well from home people say well you don't have the face to face collaboration it's like well okay with Zoomer webex you know you can do a pretty good job of collaborating thirty seven percent roughly so let's call it one and three so why did why spend an hour or two of your life schlepping downtown to an overpriced commercial real estate building battling the traffic only to do the things downtown that you could and would do in your home I just think the model is changing and businesses many are realizing they can still get great results people can be productive and add value and they can do it remotely from home I don't think we're going back to the way things were and they're still going to be a need for office towers but not as great in the juror that's my opinion will see but that's only possible because of technology and the way we have stretched and created these these technologies that exist to perform in ways that are not only useful but entertaining and very very effective like I guess everybody's on zoom but David has a great story about how his wife was doing a zoom convert and David I want you to tell the story was doing zoom conference and then had a side conversation in a nother side group virtual group chat with two other women during a zoom meeting it was an unbelievable use of technology in it was like it the way he described it to me and I promise he's going to describe it in the next break after the next break it was almost like being at the zoom cocktail party but kind of being off in the corner with your girlfriends talking about people that doesn't cocktail party in your own private conversation and if we can recreate that technologically this really is a Brave New World so David is going to share that story find out how Katrina did it how she pulled it off because I totally want to do this and then also we'll talk about creative ways that you are making other things obsolete just like Paul said what's going to be obsolete and how are you making them that way through technology that's all next on news talk eight three WCCO calling Jordana so all of us are reacting adapting doing what we can to keep our families safe but life goes on in our needs change over time do you still want to move do you need to move you have to move actually right now is a great opportunity to.
"josephson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"George David Josephson back from Ireland the prodigal son and global traveler is back in our midst he's almost sobered up to from all that again okay okay easy while while it is a done marsh near degrees are good to have you back Dave yeah nice to be here said now say that again with and and with feeling is is good after after a several hundred yard line at the Dallas airport yesterday to get through immigration if it causes a missed our flight and sport and for extra hours in Dallas it is nine outage ouch our that's our top trend of the day that David is back but yes all of other ones that we are keeping our eyes on US senator Warren was in town wooing democratic voters she talked about minimum wage you talked about uses of multinational corporation she talked about her numerous plans for things like free college and health care and she attracted quite a crowd about twelve twelve thousand folks she also Pfister Minnesota visit yesterday with the tweet announcing her opposition to the N. bridge line three oil pipeline project she said this is from Elizabeth Warren the line three pipeline would threaten Minnesota's public waters lands and agricultural areas important to several tribal nations hi she also talked about the supporting the middle class and she opened a nearly hourlong speech in front of twelve thousand in McAlester by telling about her own parents financial struggles when she was a kid and how that really help to inform her quest to help the nation's working families the Star Tribune questioned if any club Sharma speech here which you retract twelve thousand people but Paul did point out that you know we've seen any before we knowing she's right on it so I'm not sure what your wants yeah if Amy went to Massachusetts could she attract twelve thousand miles I think so I hope so other big trend today for us is this business roundtable right yesterday a group representing the country's most powerful CEOs released a statement that redefined the purpose of a corporation the old mantra was that the shareholders interest always come first but now it's different it's different it's not just return on investment to the investors it's customers its employees suppliers communities the environment all stakeholders and again why are they doing this well increasingly young people want to buy products and work for companies that that have a well defined corporate responsibility practice one of these days yet do they have a mission there been putting positive things into the universe how were they trying to improve the world what are they doing to improve their communities not just about making money it's what else are you doing I see it with when we hire people for our our small companies out need in prairie they they quiz us yeah we are some questions what are you doing exam are you giving back how are you being a positive productive member of the community I totally get it we love it Paul and I love it we just hope to see them walk the walk on and in the practice well again and younger people have different expectations it's not enough just to have a good product or a good service what do you stand for how are you making things better another big story that we were following you heard a little bit about it in Lawrence news a gymnast came on with us it was simply today representative Jim Nash to talk about almost eighty million dollars over charge in fees to people like you and me and anybody who is building a house or do one but not a garage or any kind of construction these building permit fees were charged to folks by their cities like let's say a building permit would normally cost you and twelve hundred Bucks they would tack on another thousand or a couple hundred and use that money to renovate the town has a sort of a slush fund right what whatever the city needed but this may or may not have been disclosed to local city residents and it wasn't just coworker and I don't think representative Nash was just picking on court grab salute there was a long long list of suburbs and cities that have been doing this to the tune of seventy eight million dollars and he's asking for a refund yeah well they should get refunded because I said to him I said so basically are these people screwed and here is represent of Jim's Nash response well I'm not gonna use the word city of corporate trying to screw people but they certainly over charge them all because he's just a whole lot nicer than me yeah that's right yeah and they over charged them and then went on to use that money to make city hall improvements and acknowledged that name they funded a portion of that city hall improvement with overage from permit fees and if you were truly going to be transparent which is what we want government to be we want them to say Hey if Paul you've just built a new house and pick a place will Konya and your permit fee from the the third party permit borrow inspector folks that are out there is fourteen hundred dollars we're gonna put ticket number a hundred dollars of staff time from the city of Oconee on top of that and that's what you pay but what happened in Corcoran and some other cities as well that's not what what turned out so there they put thousands of dollars over and above and what they're doing is they're making I hate the word slush fund but they're making a slush fund to build things like an improvement to city hall or other things that they may wish to that realistically and this is a former mayor you guys my remember that as a former mayor we would put important projects into a thing called the C. I. P. plan a capital improvement plan and we would say Hey we need to make some improvements to city hall it's going to cost about this much money we need to begin accruing that money and the way we accrue money is through the levee and we vote on the levee we propose in the preliminary levy in September we have meetings that are open to the public we then have the final levy in December and before that meeting we have a thing called the truth in taxation meeting or whatever they're calling it today it's when the public can come and ask questions about anything they want it could be Hey why are you painting fire hydrants it could be that benign or it could be why are you spending millions of dollars on improving city hall so this is but none of that happened right in mind the people didn't get a chance to do that people demand accountability and transparency and and you want to know what your money is going great it's going to the building inspector salary I understand there's administrative fee but a couple hundred or thousand dollars to repaint the walls in city hall I might want to vote on that seventy eight million dollars a representative Nash is is helping to lead the charge at the legislature to see if if homeowners who build homes can get any kind of a refund that's right for again not the completely disclosing what these fees were and what the overtures were and it all goes to affordability here at a time you know what we used to be one of the more affordable places in the country for house arrest and now and hoarding do represented Nash were twenty fifth on the list and and things like this the adding the money into the building permit fees which ads for your property at your property just another tax exactly as your mortgage he says were bore pricing ourselves out you know if it another three four thousand dollars on each home your pricing it makes a real difference absolutely it really doesn't really interesting stuff today from him he sent over the whole report which and and he said go and ask your mayor if you build something I guess the past few years going Oscar Mayer did I get screwed out this money and again we are moving heaven and you know what to I try to get this on it'll I'll apologize on Facebook Facebook page as quickly as possible so you can see but he listed a he rattled off all the towns and lot of cities impacted by this when we get back we're going to speak with the Henry lake who is over at the stadium talking about he he's ready for his first pitch which starts at six o'clock here because then there's the twins pregame at six thirty and the actual first pitch of the game coming up at seven ten we'll check in with Henry right after the break all as you're dead there's a switch the family to boost mobile and we got so much more like what well we got for free LG stylo five phones four lines for a hundred dollars a month I.
Iran, Josephson Sione And European Union discussed on Texas Home Improvement Show
"So what next for the European Union and responses days announcement from Iran that it plans to exceed uranium enrichment limits included in the twenty fifteen nuclear deal the trump administration withdrew from that deal last year and restored sanctions global analyst Josephson Sione on the American response some will use this as an excuse to apply even more pressure on Iran what a one is showing it is is that if you pressure you on they will push back there's no winning hand here except at the
"josephson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Josephson. The father of murder victim. Samantha Josephson who got into a vehicle. She thought was her Uber says Sammy's law is a positive step forward L summers here. Dear chief meteorologist Dan. Zeros complete forecast will be right ahead having up and New Jersey fast traffic in one minute. New Jersey, one point five news. Traffic and weather. First responders count, on us off to the minute information from our award winning news. I'm Mary Scott topping our report this hour out on us to get you around with bass traffic. Bob Williams, New Jersey traffic, north jersey traffic south John to keep you and your family safe with instant weather meteorologist Dan's era. New Jersey, one point five, your first responders for news, traffic and weather place. Your legal sports bets at place or house dot com. Your home for baseball bedding place, your house dot com. Offers live in game betting on every major league game in the US and more exotic pets, like which team will score first which team will be a head after three innings will the next batter get a hit. And here's the best part, you'll earn rewards for every bet you place with our innovative loyalty program, sign up now and we'll match your first deposit up to two hundred fifty dollars using one of our twelve deposit methods. More bets better. Odds more action place your bets at place in your house dot com. Must be twenty one over to play on gambling. Hi, I'm Jay Farner CEO of Quicken Loans. Thirty percent of Americans who are planning home, improvements of five thousand dollars or more. We'll pay for those renovations, with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea. A better idea may be to take cash out of your home with a Quicken Loans. Thirty year fixed rate mortgage, the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point one to five percents. APR four point two two percent. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to. Rocket mortgage dot com. Subject to change at eight hundred feet. Receivers discount rate. Call for cost information and conditions. Housing prices and all the states. MLS number thirty thirty drive is driven by Edison. These side, route forty six side, route thirty three side and now route seventeen and as Brooke heights, where they may vying fun easy. New Jersey.
"josephson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Data Abyan would neighbor use of Ramadan attended the victims wedding just several months ago. Facing. That's been specially in times like this. I would I was killed trying to move away a group of men loitering outside the boat, gone dikeman street. His life was taken for no reason for nine Matteo with United Bodega of America, which is offering at least two thousand dollars reward money for the killer's capture Roger stern ten ten wins in newer, shell governor Murphy, has signed a Bill into law that will require ride hailing cars to display illuminated signs in the front and back windows, semi Slaw. It's named after New Jersey native Samantha Josephson who got into what she thought was an Uber but was not it cost her her life. She was murdered and her body was dumped in the woods happened in Columbia, South Carolina, where she went to school. The governor noted that Sammy's parents have started the what's my name campaign who in the face of deep personal tragedy had made it their calling to spread awareness, about ridesharing safety through the what's my name campaign. To encourage writers to ask their drivers three simple words. What's my name before entering the vehicle? Murphy signed the measure in Josephson's hometown of Robin's filled New Jersey. The NRA has sued its former president Oliver North, claiming he hurt the organization north step down from the post in April, the lawsuit says he quote departed office after a widely publicized, failed coup, attempt research indicates that people are more likely to return a lost wallet. If it contains money, the more cash, the better, the research, involved planting more than seventeen thousand lost wallets across three hundred fifty five cities in forty countries. The wallets that had money in them boosted the response rate, more money was placed in wallets in the US, and Poland and that boosted the return rate, even more author Elaine Cohn at the university of Michigan says, people tend to care about the welfare of others, and they don't want to be considered a thief, another author, Christian zone at the university of Zurich said when there is money in the wallet, get suddenly seemed like stealing..
"josephson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Governor Murphy assigned Sammy's law requiring Uber and lift drivers to clearly marked their cars and post their photos. The laws named after Samantha Josephson, the college student from New Jersey who mistook her killers car for her Uber ride in South Carolina to President Trump says, Iran's downing of an American drone may have been unintentional. He says a general or someone may have been in his words loose and stupid and three the S and P five hundred closed at a record high today with investors betting the fed will cut interest rates as soon as next month. The Dow was up two hundred forty nine points today, five months after a Long Island man was found dead in his home Nassau police. Have arrested his nephew for the fatal stabbing. So feel hall has details. William Cohen used to dine at a local catering facility once a week and went employees did not see him for a while. They. called nine one one soon after detectives found the seventy year old stabbed to death inside his levittown home nasser county police lieutenant stephen fitzpatrick says his remains were found in january but his body had been there for about a month norm desiccation points to one subject his nephew fodio david cocoon needed money the lieutenant says and his own cool heads substantial savings mainly because of a pension the to argue the lieutenant says and the younger cahoon stabbed his uncle more than ten times william hoon from all accounts from people that knew him and have spoken with us hues very nice man he never was married didn't have any children so everything he ever earned he stored away sophia hall w._c._b._s. newsradio eighty n._y._p._d. will stop arresting students at their schools for most low level offenses rich lamb has that story in a formal memo of understanding between the police department and the department of education Police will opt for diversionary measures, instead of more punitive steps for fences such as marijuana possession disorderly conduct graffiti, drinking alcohol, trespassing and harassment in schools. We need to create an approach that was student focus that was educator, focused, but also maintain safety and rebounds, the equation. Ensure the voices of educators in their own buildings mattered, and that we were thinking about how to address students in all their needs not as you heard just the punitive approach that often was there in the past. This is the result of immense collaboration between NYPD to get that, right? To modernize to bring us into this moment in history at school. Officials have made it clear that cases involving firearms or violence will still involve police in Brooklyn. Rich lamb WCBS News Radio eight eight five eighteen at WCBS with traffic.
"josephson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"It's name for the Robins Ville, student killed in South Carolina. The wall. Nerve to sign the belly memory of Samantha Josephson the twenty one year old college student thought she was getting into a newborn. She wasn't. She was later found murdered his should make rideshare safer. We will give passengers a greater sense of security by clearly invisibly marking the vehicles of rideshare drivers. Travers will also need to post picture and a QR code has singers, her courage to answer ans- driver's name, so they know they're getting in the right car. Peter. Hence gold that a UCD Hans NewsRadio eight eighty the growing backlog at crime labs. Nationwide is impacting not only victims, but suspects CBS's, mayor Avera, I'll get a look into the Arkansas crime lab. It spoke to a woman who stuck behind bars because of the backlog. Seve two thousand sixteen Dacia fincher was on her way to upon shop in Macon Georgia with her boyfriend when they got pulled over were you nervous at all? Now you wouldn't do anything own. Dash Cam video shows the pair, calm and cooperative. So when was the moment that things changed when he came out debate, Satan fib, what if in this bag, it was a bag of cotton candy fincher said it was left in the car on a humid night, turning the fluffy treat into blue crystals. Results from a roadside test kit identified it as meth less than eight minutes later, she was in handcuffs charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute Arkansas's crime lab director Kermit channel says the problem escalated about six years ago in connection with the opioid crisis in his lab alone DNA and drug cases have nearly doubled since twenty fourteen. Arkansas governor has approved more funding for the state's crime lab and for a new crime lab, which will open next month. One eighteen at WCBS. Traffic.
Uber unveils safety measures after college student's murder
"Crime two weeks after the horrifying murder of Samantha Josephson Heuberger has unveiled several safety measures. While the new changes could not help the Robins. Ville native get into a car. She thought was her Uber. Her parents are advocating nationally to try and prevent any families from having to deal with their pain. She simply mistakenly got into this particular car thinking, it was a new Garad and just. Like that the beloved twenty one year old university of South Carolina. Student was found murdered ridesharing services. Have since faced intense pressure to boost safety precautions for the writers with the Josephson family leading the charge. What else can they do to help in enhance the safety over as rolled out new safety measures, including an apse safety notification that includes the driver's license plate car make and model and name and photo ID. They also plan to Email every rider outlining steps to prevent a fatal outcome.
Uber unveils safety measures after college student's murder
"In the wake of New Jersey native Samantha Josephson's murder. Uber announces new safety measures the changes, which come two weeks after the Robins villes student who attended South Carolina university was murdered near the school was getting into a car. She thought was her own Uber. Instead was the wrong car. The measures include now in Uber app safety notification for riders to confirm the correct person as picking them up it'll include the driver's license plate car making model and the name of that
"josephson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Lisa lacerra, Fox News. Lawmakers in South Carolina working on a measure that would make ride shares safer statehouse by ninety nine to one vote approved the measure that requires all Uber lift and other ridesharing cars to have lighted signs identifying them the Samantha Josephson ridesharing safety act is named for the woman who was killed last month after getting an car that she believed was the Uber. She called for supporters say having lighted signs will help identify cars. But it's only a first step riders must still check car tags than ID drivers before taking the ride. Critics say the lighted signs can easily be copied and acquired online. The Bill must still be approved by state Senator faxes Grenell. Scott timeline for the attorney general on the release of version of the mullahs reward. The Justice department will release the Muller report with reductions within a week attorney general William bar. Says we will provide explanatory notes describing the basis for each redaction productions will be made for national security ongoing prosecutions and personal privacy. But more could be released to judiciary committee leaders oxes Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill. Democrats have doubts bars assessment of the report is fair on day after announcing his intention to run for president California Democrat, congressman Eric swallow. Well in Florida to take part in a town hall meeting. He talked about gun control, pistols, keep your rifles, keep your, shotguns. But we can ban and five back the fifteen million assault weapons and our country. We've been that more than a dozen Democrats have either declared or are considering running for the White House in two thousand twenty.
"josephson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Student. Samantha Josephson, she got into a car. She thought was her Uber alleged killer. Locked the car doors from the inside for more. Here's ABC's Victor oquendo. Smith was by herself. She had absolutely no chance of heart wrenching vigil for college seniors. Samantha josephson. She truly was. My life per less moments. Cut owed surveillance footage getting into what appears to be her Uber, but it's a stranger. Police safe Nathaniel Roland kidnapped and murdered the twenty one year old before discarding her body in a remote wooded area. Forever. Be better having known her. Family and friends remembering the university of South Carolina student furrow, positively and bright future. Samantha was to go to law school. Now, those dreams gone with ridesharing apps more popular than ever with an estimated seventy five million writers on Uber alone questions swirling about how passengers can stay safe. It was a typical Thursday night here in five points at area, really popular with college students near the university of South Carolina campus. Samantha Joseph inter friends. They were out here at this bar called the bird dog after she got separated from the group. She decided to go home police say she ordered an Uber after two a m waiting alone outside on the surveillance footage of black Chevy Impala pulled up and Josephson got in. We believe that she simply mistakenly got into this particular car thinking, it was a new variety. It was none. The next day worried. Friends told the police had not heard from her. The next morning. I became worried about one thirty. They reached out to the police department to report her missing, but it would be too late but found by a couple of people hunting and field won't was describe the sheriff to us as a wooded area in a very rural part of the county. According to the arrests work Josephson suffered multiple wounds to were body, including her head, Nick face, upper body, leg and foot. The coroner releasing her cause of death as due to multiple sharp force injuries. Police track down the vehicle surveillance. Video arrested Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel rolling at a traffic. Stop around three AM inside police say they found liquid bleach cleaning wipes and window cleaner. The Chevy Impala that was driven by the suspect had a large large amount of liquid that we believed to be blood and once they did a presumptive test. In fact, was confirmed to be blood rolling is now charged with kidnapping and. Murder police describing how he was able to carry out his alleged crime further investigation on the suspect vehicle determined the child than a child safety seat was in the back, and then the child safety locks were activated on the door that would not allow someone to the means of escape from the back of the suspect vehicle in court hearing, which the alleged murderer did not attend Josephson's mother with this abortion police. Face is thing girl. Nate. Be given the right to get to my daughter given the opportunity for anyone. On campus some students saying they'll continue to be vigilant. Are you take extra precautions definitely going to be checking who's overdrive checking the license plates? All that stuff. I'm telling my friends. The number and not I'm not going to burn alone. Police have not said if the killing was targeted but are asking the public to report any encounters with fake Roger drivers. We also would ask anybody that has been in five points, you know, in in recent times that has had anybody and try to entice them over to a car like in Rochester capacity or would ask them to give us a call. Uber calling this an unspeakable crime sing their hearts with Samantha Josephson's family and loved ones writing that we've been working with local law enforcement and college campuses across the country to educate the public about how to avoid fake Roger drivers. They also caution users to use the app to double check to import details before starting a trip that driver and the car you guys have to travel together for Josephson's father and the rest of her family the warnings come too late, but they're focused on making sure this doesn't happen to another. Some what I wanna do is educate everybody and not on the smartest person here, but I've gone through this. And I don't want anybody else to ever go through this again. I can't tell you. How painful this is? I'm Victor oquendo in Columbia, South Carolina. Coming up healthcare providers in rural America. Down with the film director who explored this topic and her new documentary on perspective after this. What would it take for you to get a tattoo? You didn't want a million dollars? How about a million sucks? I'm Randy from bama's when me and my business partner, Dave has a going quitter jobs.
"josephson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Mandatory. And the dashboards of ridesharing cars, Herman Hanson of Jersey City takes Hoover's. And listen, here's what she does before she'll get in. I'm always check license plate. And I always checked the color of the vehicle, and if the person that's driving matches the person that's on the profile. Samantha Josephson, New Jersey native going to. School in South Carolina got into a car. She thought was an Uber and police say she was killed by the driver who was not working for that company. So Jersey City mayor Steven Fulop is proposing making ride shares in his city of signs that light up in the dashboard displaying their affiliation. They don't know which car is their car will make it easier and cleaner for passengers and four on the cost maybe a hundred and fifty dollars. The mayor says Hoover hasn't yet weighed in but taxi drivers like Howard think it's only fair album like they take money out of my pocket. I hope they blow up cabs in Jersey City are plainly marked in Jersey City. Mike, sugarman, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty a department of transportation Commissioner Diane good heiress cassette. He says infrastructure projects or at the core of improving residents lives in the state has to focus more on community roads their community as they shop in their communities. They visit in our communities. That's where their families are. So. So we can't ignore our local road system and our transportation system in its entirety. The interstate state highways county roads local streets and New Jersey transit all must function together. New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the country. Now ninety five percent of its municipalities will get grant awards totaling one hundred sixty one dollars to fix their infrastructure..
"josephson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"And Brosio has worked with Cammarata for two years at a dollar tree store. We weren't we worry because she's not like that. She always show up door, but she had frequent run ins with her estranged husband's as cameras friend and landlord Jose Perez. Is I know you guys a husband and wife, but be careful guys following me with the lights off. That's the problem that couple was in the midst of a custody battle Cammarata failed to show up for hearing on Monday on Staten Island, Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty friends and family of Robin's. Ville New Jersey woman killed his past Friday in South Carolina, pay their respects yesterday. She was laid to rest down in Mercer county. Roads are closed in cars are parked as far as the I can see mourners here. Trying to make sense of something. Senseless had Samantha Josephson open the door to a different car that night in Columbia, South Carolina, her vibrant smile. Her quirky personality might still be here today, the sadness that it's being offered will never end the difficult task of putting this tragedy. Two words fell to we're cousin. Seth who says rideshare companies need to do better with the millions of dollars it earns the Ubers and the lifts should be compelled to adjust its business model better assuring it rider safety. The man who police say was driving the car that Josephson mistakenly got into is in custody charged with kidnapping and murder. Josephson was twenty one a senior at the university of South Carolina studying political science in west Windsor. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eighty CBS news time.
"josephson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Samantha Josephson had her bought mitzvah. Her family is returning today under much different circumstances today. They don't know and can't contemplate how they think of the future set Josephson says his cousin's death will leave a hole in the heart of their family forever. But they don't want her death to be in vain families. Message that it hopes people young adult for certain take from this senseless killing other wonderful girl that the rideshare community Uber and lift learn from this and take ownership of the fortune made by their customers. They want to see more education more stringent laws put into place for drivers to better identify themselves. And for riders to double check before they get in either of those things might have saved Josephson's life. She was twenty one years old the alleged driver is in custody in west Windsor. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight the FDA wise backtracking on plans to cut the number of firefighters on fire engines, here's Mike melts for firefighters association. President terrar- FitzGerald sums up his discussions with the administration so far points that that I was pretty much have been aware of and just don't agree with city officials in the FDA are looking at cutting what's called the fifth man on fire engines to an extra firefighter for about twenty engines across the. The city that union boss. Fitzgerald says is crucial and operates as a manpower pool. If one person goes sick or gets hurt during the course of a tour. That means a ladder company will be will be responding with less than a full assignment of firefighters on that Rick and that makes it dangerous. The city wants the firefighters union to get its members to cut back on the amount of medical leave. They take a big money trainer. Something the union says they can't do for now the fifth man on engines won't be cut. But that could change depending on whether the two sides can come to a deal at USA headquarters. Mike shmelts abuse CBS, News Radio eight eighty it's nine seven charges leveled against the man who's drone struck a cop and the hat. Yesterday's funeral for a Brooklyn rabbi that's coming up in three minutes descriptions are on sale now for the next thought provoking season of the New Jersey speakers series, presented by fairly.
"josephson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Passengers. Samantha Josephson was murdered in South Carolina, allegedly by a man who trapped her in his car after she mistakenly entered it her cousin. Seth says the companies that operate ride hailing apps must ensure the safety of passengers education and laws need to be put into place. To protect people and the ride share industry, South Carolina. Lawmakers are considering a new law requiring rideshare drivers have eliminated signs in their windshields. And in New York City there is similar legislation for those illuminated signs. Correspondent Scott Pringle has more talk about getting Uber and lift to better identify their vehicles. This is after Samantha Josephson was killed in South Carolina last week. She got into a car. She thought was her Uber ride. Instead police accuse the driver of killing her now city council speaker, Cory Johnson. He says this legislation makes sense to have these companies show lit up sign on their cars and in New Jersey funerals held for Josephson today. There are new details. Emerging about the final moments of Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed last month. Alex stone has the latest is Boeing faces some new questions the Boeing seven thirty-seven, Maxine went down in Ethiopia, you still a mystery. But the Wall Street Journal is quoting sources who say data from the black boxes indicate supply le'ts did follow procedure that the plane was nosing down. They deactivated the automation system. Boeing his said that should have fixed the issue, but the pilots reportedly still could not recover control of the plane, and for some unknown reason the pilots reportedly reactivated the automation got past security at an airport in Salt Lake City over the weekend and allegedly attack traveler is in custody. The victim says he sat down to wait for his flight, then felt a blow to his head strongly that I went black. I thought something had fallen.
"josephson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Hour for New Jersey college students. Samantha Josephson, she's murdered in South Carolina after getting into what she believed was her Uber ride. The driver has now been charged with killing. Her are Steve burns says live on the news line with us. Now from the funeral Steve and pad. It's hard to put into words for us. It's hard to put into words for the family. Just how tragic Samantha Josephson's death is the Robins. Ville native was twenty one years old a senior at the university of South Carolina studying political science, she was out at a bar in Colombia last week when she. Got into a car. She thought was her Uber. It was not police say the driver engage the childproof locks so she couldn't escape and stabbed her to death before leaving her body next to a dirt road. It was found by some Turkey hunters a few hours later twenty four year old David Rowland has been charged with murder and kidnapping, and we just heard a little while ago from Seth Josephson Samantha's. Cousin speaking outside congregation. Congregation. Beth? Hi, I'm here in west Windsor wealth mourners were making their way in behind him. He is imploring rideshare companies to do more to protect their writers. And for riders themselves to go that extra step to make sure you're getting into the right car for now. Seth says Samantha's family cannot contemplate the future without her pet. Steve burns. Thank you for that. It's twelve oh four and two people have been hurt in a crash involving a stolen septic truck. A car and a mini school bus near the RFK bridge in queens this morning officials say the bus partially overturned the to injured people were hospitalized. We don't know their conditions at this point. Suffolk County is a new program to improve emergency response times. But his turning to bystanders now for help this stop the bleed classes very realistic using simulated bleeding body parts to help a person. Learn how to help save someone's life after an active shooter situation. Here is good Samaritan hospitals. Dr Abe Airlangga the first thing we teach us to make sure that you're safe then we teach to identify the bleeding, and then depending on the situation that you're in come up with a way how to stop the bleeding whether that be with a direct pressure wound packing or turn at us. He says seconds count when someone is critically injured. The example, a artery you can bleed out.
"josephson" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Talk radio twelve ten w we've new tragic details on the murder investigation into twenty one year old. Samantha Josephson who grew up in Robbins Ville, Mercer county her family speaking out today, saying they are devastated after the killing of their beautiful daughter. So the university of South Carolina student from New Jersey was found murdered about a day after she was reported missing. And now are saying that she may have entered the killers car thinking that he was actually an Uber driver. So investigators believe the victim of the twenty one year old Joseph since she was waiting for her Uber ride. This was Friday nights in South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina. Police say that she got into a black Chevy Impala driven by a twenty four year old man and police do not believe that the man driving that vehicle named. Nipping Roland was an Uber driver. So they're thinking she she mistakenly got into a car thinking that was her Uber investigation regarding Samantha Josephson is now a homicide case. After her body was found by hunters in a rural area late yesterday afternoon. The suspect Nathaniel Rolin has been charged with murder as well as kidnapping so it's an ongoing investigation, but just a tragedy for this New Jersey family so going viral MAURICE peers in Wildwood setting off quite a firestorm of outrage. Comments on social media after they sent out a message of media alert that they are getting rid of their longtime staple of curly fries replacing them with some healthier options. Like kale chips roasted chick peas and seaweed salad using locally sourced seaweed. Do you like that? So then and April Fools. Thank you. Thank you know. It was a job. I had to be a joke. Zoli only right away. Like, boom. He would know this right? But thousands of people what outrage crazy, and then they went. I'd be outraged. Absolute thank God. It's an April Fool's day joke. Thank god. But the next story is not an April Fools joke. This is Bryce Harper and his wife Kayla announcing today, they're expecting a baby. Boy, we'll get that. Sweet help that kids going to be okay. Can they afford the cost of childcare and raise a child? You think they get? Yeah. It's it's tough. It's tough. You know, that's a big commitment financially. They know what they're getting into. I dunno. It's what was this contract three hundred and thirty million or something? Same which is what a lot of us pay for daycare. To say so baby Harper will make his debut in August of twenty nineteen. So they're very very excited..
"josephson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Anywhere on iheartradio. A Grammy nominated rapper is shot dead. I'm an charac, Fox News. Madam Ma breath last thirty three year old rapper. Nipsy hustle was shot and killed in Los Angeles outside his own clothing store. The marathon clothing a woman who claims to be a childhood friend says he was very giving a pre show for people. He was given. Hiring people. Hustle was pronounced dead at the hospital. Two other men also were wounded in that shooting hustle tweeting shortly before his death, having strong enemies is a blessing. A candlelight vigil was held Sunday night at the university of South Carolina to remember Samantha Josephson murdered after getting into a car. She thought was her Uber ride early Friday morning one professor praised Josephson for her intelligence and her heart for family and friends the memory of Samantha's brilliance. Her smile are infectious energy have friends tell me that she lit up the room when she walked in have passion for her studies. The love she had for her family and the love she had for her friends. The driver of that mistake in car Nathaniel Roland is under arrest charged with murder Democrats want the full Mullah report on the Russian investigation by Tuesday. And they're willing to use subpoenas. If needed acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, tells ABC's this week why exoneration was. Not addressed in the report that is not what these documents do when you do an investigation like this. There's typically two outcomes. Either criminal indictments come down or just quietly goes away these types of investigations are not designed to exonerate people. The report also draws no conclusion about President Trump committed a crime, the president has claimed full exoneration. This is Fox News..
Missing College Student Found Dead After Getting In Wrong Car
"The death of a college student has done to Columbia, South Carolina state. Investigators found twenty one year old Samantha Josephson's blood in the car. She was seen getting into in a bar early on Friday morning police chief William Holbrook elections with blood or pain by frenzy crime-scene agents, and we're submitted to sled the lab for analysis. The analysis concluded the blood in the suspect vehicle was added Vic
Slain college student apparently mistook suspect's car for Uber ride
"Meanwhile, a college student from New Jersey found dead in South Carolina on Saturday apparently got into the car of a stranger thinking, it was her Uber ride so say investigators have also announced an arrest in the case police in Columbia say the body of Samantha Josephson was discovered dumped in the woods about sixty five miles away from where she was last seen climbing into a black Chevy Impala the twenty one year old USC student from Robbins Ville was reportedly headed home from a night out in the city's entertainment district after getting separated from friends police chief William Holbrook has Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel Roland was arrested after he was pulled over for a traffic. Stop and his black Chevy Impala and tried to make a run for it. Also gave chase was able to make an apprehension after a short chase when they return back to the car further examination determined that. There was what appeared to be blood present. In the call the victim cell phone turned up in that car is well police say the suspect activated the backseat child safety locks on the doors could only be opened from the outside. Police are now warning Uber and lift to customers to follow some basic safety tips like not waiting for your ride outside with your phone in your hand. Make sure the car is the right? Make and model before you climb in and also double check the license plate number with the one on
Samatha Josephson, South Carolina And William Hope discussed on WBBM Programming
"FM, South Carolina. College student last seen getting into a car early yesterday morning is dead. Twenty one year old university of South Carolina students Samatha Josephson was reported missing. After last being seen early Friday morning getting into a car outside a bar near the campus and the capital city of Columbia police chief William hope believed that she simply mistakenly got into this particular car thinking, it was a new Garad. She opened the door and got into it. And departed with the suspect driving. The suspect is but identified as twenty four year old the th-annual Rollet Josephson was a senior political science major
Purdue Pharma agrees to $270 million settlement in Oklahoma opioid case
"One of the big drug companies at the center of the national opioid crisis. Reached a major settlement today with the state of Oklahoma under the deal announced this afternoon Purdue pharma, and it's owners the Sackler family will pay out two hundred seventy million dollars over several years. The bulk of the money will help create a new center for addiction treatment and research in Tulsa north country. Public radio's Brian man covers opioid litigation for NPR, and he joins me now. Hey, Brian hails. So at this point Purdue pharma faces something like more than a thousand lawsuits across the country. What makes today's settlement? And Oklahoma's so significant right? So Purdue pharma makes us really controversial painkiller Oxycontin. They're drowning in lawsuits. This isn't the first settlement. That company is reached during this big opioid crisis. That it comes in a crucial year at a time. When people are watching to see if this company will start. Cutting deals with states and local governments to limit its legal exposure. So this is a big settlement will be looked at as a potential template for future deals all over the country. So what does this was this deal? Look like, what did Purdue agree to do? The big piece here is Purdue and its owners the Sackler family will endow this new center at Oklahoma state university and the idea is to study opioid addiction and find new ways to treat people. Here's my counter, he's a glaucoma attorney general quite simply we are out of time to deal with this crisis. The money from the settlement will provide significant and substantial funding to the center for wellness and recovery here. Allowing us to focus our attention on what should be our highest priority. Americans struggling with addiction. But the Sackler family and Purdue have endowed other medical facilities and pain treatment centers around the country. Right. So are they doing the same thing? They're already doing as part of this legal settlement. Yeah. It will be interesting to see how people react to this part of the deal. There are some differences. Of course, the Sackler won't have their name above the door at this research facility, like they do at other places where they've donated a lot of cash pretty also has agreed to pay more than twelve million dollars directly to local governments that are struggling to respond to the opioid crisis. And one other thing, that's key. Here's the company has agreed to to really strict new limitations on how they market and sell drugs like their Oxycontin brand in Oklahoma. I understand that produce CO Craig Landau has been talking recently about the possibility of bankruptcy was that even a consideration. In today's settlement. I think it was a big deal. Mike hunter, Mahomes attorney general said point blank that talks with Purdue were very much spurred by these growing questions about the company's future. So. So Oklahoma effectively negotiated here to get to the front of the line to ensure that they'll see some compensation so what's producing about today's settlement. The produce spokesman Bob Josephson Centene PR statements saying this resolves all of Oklahoma's claims against the company. He also included a separate statement from the Sackler family that includes this, quote, we have profound compassion for those who are affected by addiction. But this comes at a time when we've learned a lot of troubling details from internal memos and emails about how hard Sackler family members who were on produce board at the time pushed employees, urging the to sell more of these dangerous opioids to more people at higher doses. This was at a time when tens of thousands of people were dying each year from overdoses on painkillers like Oxycontin now. Just really quickly. There are still some other defendants remaining in this Oklahoma case right trials still set for may. That's right at my counter says he's negotiating with those companies. But if settlements aren't reached he says, he will go to
"josephson" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"josephson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"She gets up in the middle and scream at the top of her lungs with that's what the sopranos sounded like to her so restaurant and decided that it would be a while before i attempt to take her to align opera i'm talking with supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg this is only in america i'm larry josephson we'll be back in a minute welcome back to only in america part of a celebration of three hundred fifty years of the american jewish experience on larry josephson my guest is supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg i've been told.