6 Burst results for "Josh Roberson"
"josh roberson" Discussed on KTRH
"Trump is going to speak at the values voter summit in Washington DC tonight last night the president held a rally in Lake Charles Louisiana campaigning for Republican candidates challenging Louisiana's democratic governor in today's election acting homeland security secretary Kevin Magdalena in an ounce in his resignation Friday fox is geared teddy from Washington this was Magdalene's decision he was not fired last night in a call with senior DHS leaders medically then said he was leaving to spend more time with his family but according to the source the acting DHS secretary has been on the outs with the White House for some time he fell like administration officials didn't listen to him anymore and he knew that he was not going to be nominated to lead DHS permanently so he decided to step aside it is worth remembering that mac lean and took over after former secretary cures and Yeltsin was fired from the post is the White House was aiming to take a tougher approach on immigration and the president even some of the success meddling in this had during his tenure president says he will announce a successor next week at least two people are missing and one person dead after a large portion of hard rock hotel that's under construction suddenly collapsed in New Orleans on to Canal Street fox affiliate W. V. U. we reporter Josh Roberson has some details from New Orleans earlier this morning we were receiving word that the hard rock hotel or what was going to be the hard rock hotel is under construction partially collapsed and and and this is a very large building so partially means that it was a huge portion of the building collapsed into the street and we know that there were several injuries a pretty much a madhouse fire department EMS police department homeland security I mean you name it they're out here right now public works code enforcement they're all out here this morning authorities say eighteen people or more were taken to the hospital for treatment all of the eighteen are now in stable condition the same is called fluid right now with other pieces of the building still occasionally falling off well back home for Houston mayoral candidates faced off at the debate last night millionaire lawyer Tony Busby incumbent mayor Sylvester Turner facing off over traffic we can synchronize lights that most traffic for you telling me that we have the number one Medical Center in the entire world and we're not smart enough to stage the type of construction that occurs I support strongly support the metro next we do need light rail we do need bus rapid transit we do need to wait H. O. V. lanes more parking racks more money for sidewalks all of those things are included in metro next flooding the city budget and economic growth were also discussed a jury hands down a death sentence for the man who murdered six members of his ex wife's family in their spring home five years ago Ronald Haskell junior executed Steven and Katie stay and four of their children ages four to thirteen then fifteen year old Cassidy stay who was the only survivor spoke after Friday's sentencing I feel a lot of relief it feels like a huge weight has been lifted off my chest I feel like justice is finally going to be served and I'm glad that I don't have to worry about it anymore Harris County DA Kim Aug commended the jury calling it a just verdict Haskell's defense attorneys are arguing that he was insane and should get life in prison they're working on an appeal go duds or turn off your lights a recent study finds the most popular Halloween candy in Houston Katie are H. informally surveyed Houstonians on their favorite hauling candy now as well as when they trick or treat it back in the day baby Ruth today the miniature stickers because you don't feel like they're treating as much candy corn and the candy pumpkins sweet charger C. mating ruse sane some people action still gave apples in the state I'm forty eight percent of Americans support moving hollowing to the last Saturday in October Audrey Morton newsradio seven forty K. Terry thousands of migrants are in a caravan from southern Mexico to the US fox is Richard Jordan has the story the roughly two thousand people originally from Central America Africa and the Caribbean spent weeks just north of Guatemala waiting for transit papers from Mexican authorities officials say they can stay in southern Mexico but the migrants want documents that will allow them to reach the northern border almost all of them want to seek asylum in the United States well Mexico frequently repatriates migrants deportations are more difficult for migrants from faraway countries in Africa so far Mexican authorities have not attempted to block the group even after scuffles with police.
Hard Rock Hotel partially collapses in New Orleans
"Week at least two people are missing and one person dead after a large portion of hard rock hotel that's under construction suddenly collapsed in New Orleans on to Canal Street fox affiliate W. V. U. we reporter Josh Roberson has some details from New Orleans earlier this morning we were receiving word that the hard rock hotel or what was going to be the hard rock hotel is under construction partially collapsed and and and this is a very large building so partially means that it was a huge portion of the building collapsed into the street and we know that there were several injuries a pretty much a madhouse fire department EMS police department homeland security I mean you name it they're out here right now public works code enforcement they're all out here this morning authorities say eighteen people or more were taken to the hospital for treatment all of the eighteen are now in stable condition the same is called fluid right now with other pieces of the building still occasionally
"josh roberson" Discussed on KTRH
"Of the hard rock hotel hard rock hotel that's under construction in New Orleans suddenly collapse to this morning fox affiliate W. V. you re reporter Josh Roberson has some details earlier this morning we were receiving word that the hard rock hotel or what was going to be the hard rock hotel is under construction partially collapsed and and and this is a very large building so partially means that it was a huge portion of the building collapsed into the street and we know that there were several injuries a pretty much a madhouse fire department EMS police department homeland security I mean you name it they're out here right now public work code enforcement they're all out here this morning authorities say eighteen people were taken to the hospital for treatment in there now all in stable condition in local news a man who executed his ex wife's family and their spring home five years ago has been sentenced to die here's county district attorney cam Aug praise the jury they follow the law Dave looked at the evidence and they rendered a just verdict defense attorneys claimed he was insane and argued for a life in prison he killed Stephen Kading stay there four of their children but their teen daughter Cassidy survived and testified against him president trump is going to speak at the values voter summit in Washington DC tonight last night the president held a rally in Lake Charles campaigning for Republican candidates challenging Louisiana's Democrat governor in today's election now Louisiana has a so called jungle primary system if governor Edwards wins fifty percent of the vote he wins the election out right but if he doesn't get fifty percent he faces the November sixteenth run off against whoever it was that finished in second place it's three oh three boy we have a lot of sports right now bring on those Yankees Yankees haven't played since Monday is somehow Gerrit Cole doesn't think they're gonna be rusty though the loaded talent that's that's just kind of always made you know they're they're still like the game tonight is at seven O. clock and you can hear the entire game one K. Terry's now pre game starts at five o'clock and you can hear that on sports talk seven ninety the N. L. C. S. you know that other league has their first had their first game last night two days after putting up thirteen runs to in the NLDS finality the Saint Louis cardinals bats fell silent in the NLCS opener.
Hard Rock Hotel partially collapses in New Orleans
"Hotel hard rock hotel that's under construction in New Orleans suddenly collapse to this morning fox affiliate W. V. you re reporter Josh Roberson has some details earlier this morning we were receiving word that the hard rock hotel or what was going to be the hard rock hotel is under construction partially collapsed and and and this is a very large building so partially means that it was a huge portion of the building collapsed into the street and we know that there were several injuries a pretty much a madhouse fire department EMS police department homeland security I mean you name it they're out here right now public work code enforcement they're all out here this morning authorities say eighteen people were taken to the hospital for treatment in there now all in stable
"josh roberson" Discussed on Dear Sugars
"Abed. Yeah. What are really did speak name. The first thing that I help pretend are is that if your heart is breaking you're you're doing it right? I mean, that's what it is to be a momma. Um, I had my first kids when I was twenty two and I had my last two kids when I was forty And there's so much heartbreak involved in. And what I see for this child is that there's no way to make this child. Um, not the biological child, her sister, but there's everything that this hell. Has to gain from the relationship with his pants. So the the sad thing is every kid is built a different deck of cards in the beginning. I mean, it's it's really unfair how it's purse doubt. And this kid is never ever gonna be a kid who doesn't have a deeply damaged mother. There's nothing that can change that. So I think if she can handle dealing with effects, this kid is going to have to grieve his biological mother in all different ways forever. And it's never ever going to be easy. She his real momma. Yeah, I I think when we hear of a child in trouble, we wanna make it disappear. You know the upside of this is I when I read this letter, I see so much light as well as what he does have at a lot of kids in this situation. Don't have this loving grandparents and a loving aunt and uncle, and so he's got four people who are not struggling in the ways that his mother is struggling. He's got four people who who love him and are willing to be stand in parents. And you know, that's powerful staff and it will hold every night so much. Yeah, It is everything we should do. So you know Mamo the hand that your nephew was still to his. There's no father. That's even more reason for you to play that role as a loving, caring parent and your husband is will in your parents. Yeah, I I think that question I hear the writer asking is, is there any way that I can racist child would out? Anguish and I and I think the answer is no road. I think the thing is, if you choose to love this child, there's all of this wonderful, incredible stuff. You'll get out of it, and there will also always be English. I was really struck by the end of her letter where she mentioned, Should I have a biological child in that really stuck out to me because I was thinking about the deck of cards. Thing is if she has this child who had a rough deck of cards and she has another tale to her. Other child deck of cards will be ultimately defined by her first child to which doesn't mean that they won't adore each other, But that won't make an one seamless other parenthood experience. That's right. I mean it and it won't take away the anguish Itoshi. The thing is it's beautiful to me. Pretend momma is you love your nephew And no matter what happens when it comes to the custody of this child. You will be part of his life and his heart, and he will be part of yours. And so I I feel like when I read this letter there, there are two questions. One is the as as you so aptly said, Jesse like, cannot can I do this without filling anguish and despair in wracked and destroyed and saddened grief-stricken. And sadly the answer is no. But you know, I think that you have the capacity and the strength to deal with that. The other questions that I think are really swimming beneath the surface of this is really How does this work? And, uh, this is a question that we can answer today in that you probably can't either because of course it depends You they're all kinds of legal questions involved with with. Parenting and a parental and custodial and guardianship Rights, Steve points out that the father isn't even mentioned to this letter bit Guess where the father is present in his legal, right? Okay. As a father who's never even met the child and the fathers ran out in and say, This is our child And you know there's also the mothers, parental rights, which seemed to be, you know, at least in question right now It doesn't sound like she's lost her her rights, but she certainly lost custody of her child. And you know, So I think that those all of those questions are, are ones that need to take shape over time and pretend momma you and your family can make wise decisions about them as they come. But for now, it's really about loving, nurturing and caring for this boy. You very much already loving nurture. And which rules talking about. Pretend momma whose innocence. This child has brought your sister back into your life, and your sister is a figure who you are already have as you, right? You've spent a lot of time grieving for her and fearing that she's going to end her life for self-destruct. The complication here in a way, is that a part view wishes that she would recover Get out of jail and be able to care for this child. But I think if you're perfectly honest with yourself and you seem like somebody who's really honest with yourself, There is another part of you that wants to raise this child. And that wants to be not the only mom and dad, but wants to play that role as Life recognizes that you are right now, effectively loving and nurturing this child. And actually fears perhaps that your sister will, in some way come back into his life and and um, undo some of that love were at least complicated. And that's a real internal conflict. The hand that this child was dealt is now in some sense your hand as well. All your sister agreed to have the baby placed with your parents, your father and mother temporarily. And then you write because the baby came to us about six months ago, and we made this arrangement, and that's why I'm in a kind of pick Yunwei saying, your sister knows that Europe partly a custody apparent for this child's, right? She isn't thinking Well, the child is with my mom and dad and may be sees, uh, his aunt Meono occasionally or, or you know, for visits. I think it's important really that you're up front with your sister about the role that you're playing. And, um. Um, you know, in within yourself about how you feel about the role that she might play in this bigger complicated family because the larger hope here is that she recovers and plays a role in raising this child as well. And then you're in partnership with her. So that relationship with her is vital psychologically emotionally, and even legally I couldn't agree more, and I, I just like to add as well that and pretend mama, I get adoption of child on and there are no legal issues after that. It's completely adoption. Final, I, I still think it would prove the child could talk about it biological mother regularly starting now. But I think any kind of decking away from the fact that that person is there and isn't the first primary bond of this child will only served to push away her Henmam Mahmus. Act with and when he's older and And during the teenagers when people really want to find their roots. So I think she'll be investing in the depths of her own relationship with her child after adoption, if she can always try to note the biological mother. So I was thinking about I I actually know, um, assembly in which the adopted the one year old son of their friend who received a long prison sentence. And they always told this boy about his parents. There was never a day that it was like, Okay, will We're your real parents? So Forget about those other parents. You know what they did instead with this boys now a man in adult, they said, You know, here's the deal. You have a little bit of a different story. Your parents are incarcerated and we will take you to visit them. You can write to them. We can nurture that relationship. And we are your parents out here And guess who your parents are. All of us. Spray All of us, it doesn't have to just be one parent or two parents or for parents. I mean in a Jesse to speaks to this too, I think, right? You have this family of all these configurations and and sometimes you know, we just need to embrace the story that his ours that is true. And in this man, you know, has grown up now and he loves the parents who raised him, And he has important deep profound loving relationships to the his biological parents. His mother was released from prison in the last few years, and they see each other and that they have a relationship. Is it different than the one they would have had if they describe the traditional way? Yes, but I think that it's That was that an ideal outcome? From an non ideal situation, Right. I think that it's important show because in your letter, pretend mom or you, you're writing about how can I have would give him our heartbroken in the new rate? How can I ruse this child? His my own always knowing my sister may comeback to claim him anything in your mind, you have to realize that there's another story possible, which is that your sister will come back to help raise him right, that she will come back not to claim him from you, but to occupy a her rightful an important role as a mom who's going to nurture him and you will also, you know, we've so set on this idea. I think especially in this era of the nuclear family and we know from our in box and just from our experiences in life, much more families are, are there big and complicated as they used to be there more like There were cousins and aunts and uncles, and a whole bunch of people who are raising the children. And so you have a set up. Hopefully that will evolve into something more like that where mom plays a huge role and a positive role in our son's life. But you do also and so does your husband And so to your parents? Um, and you know, I felt possibly does this boy's father that That would be one other because out here, I also feel like it's really getting lost here that there is also a father should feel and embrace as you have the beautiful heartbreak of raising a child, all that that entails. The thing that I I keep thinking is, is just that, um, I'm It's just so sad that things have to be so difficult sometimes for some children And and I think that she she's doing the right thing. I mean, I think it's it's the right thing to care for children. It's the right thing to, you know, you see a cave who's been dealt a bad back to do every single thing that you can do to help them, despite the fact that it won't be easy. So I have so much the fee for pretend momma because my niece He's not my daughter, but she is always going to be my knees and my love for her is boundless. And that ability to see both sides is is really painful. Hi listeners, This is actually the last episode of the season, but we'll be back with new episodes of sugars in just a few weeks. Talk to you that disagrees is produced by the New York Times in partnership with WBUR our producer as Alexander Li Yang, our editor and managing producer is Larisa Anderson. Our executive producer is Lisa tell them and our editorial director as Samantha Hennick are mix centenary as Josh Roberson. I think the music is by the Portland banned Wunderle with locals by Liz vice. Please Find us at New York Times dot com slash dear sugars. You can send as your letters at Durres. Sugars at NY Times dot com, That's dear sugars plural at NY Times dot com. Or leave us a voicemail on our hotline at nine two nine three nine nine eight four seven seven. 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"josh roberson" Discussed on Dear Sugars
"They understand when you're being dishonest. In fact, the more honest we can be with them about our feelings as kind of the ultimate muddling that you do for your kids Mon does not want you on her body. Cuba kid can deal with that data with the can't deal with his mom internalising. Sense of frustration trying to Tampa down in it suddenly exploding in a very chaotic way. I think kids know the truth and the more that we can be honest with them about that, they really actually fuel profound relief. Yeah. I feel like so often. Lina modern progressive parenting books and classes are telling you to be authentic, but only if you're calm luffing. Right. So there they leave out this whole section of what if you're not feeling common loving, you know, how do you the authentic one you're angry, and that's also okay for your kids when they're around. You know, it's one of the other things I learned is that change takes a long time. At least it did for me, You know, I always wanted change to I'm kind of an impatient person. I always wanted it to happen quickly. And you know, I guess it just took me Like, you know, whatever it is. My kids are, you know four an almost seven. It took me that many years to kind of figure this out and figure out exactly what kind of parent I wanted to be in that I could be. You know, I I I wouldn't even say Now that like I love parenting, I love being apparent And I love my kids more than anything. I still don't love like driving them around to dance class and soccer us, or whatever, and doing dishes and laundry like that sort of rigmarole is. You'll really hard and I think modern-day society, You know, if you don't have a really tight village of you know, friends and family near you, You know, it's really true Like It's just so hard if you don't have any support. You know? So one of the things that we mentioned before you refer recalled, yo is, is this notion of change taking a long time? And I'm curious about what's ahead. You know what our Is this a work in progress or you Donner Lee, You know what? What are your thoughts about motherhood now as you move into different age with your kids on helping him down and Unperfect now, I mean after fellow, Uh, I like B. I like the idea of not that it beaten that if a fairly work in progress Ray, I like the idea of that. It's a relationship, Right? I'm growing and building a relationship with my children and it's deepening and I love now all the different dynamics that happened between, You know, me and my husband, me and my children him and the children, you know them together. I think it's just as time goes on. We we all change, Right? And we all keep just relearning who we are and, you know, every day every week my kids are doing some new thing or saying some new thing, And I'm always like, Oh, whoa. This is new, You know. Um, I think in one week my daughter like told me she had a crush on someone dyed, her hair pink and lost all her teeth. You know, her friends. And I was like, uh, yeah, I was Uh, so there's a lot to keep up with and and for me it's about like, I just want to be a happy rider on the train, You know, I like to think that it's like a night a train going somewhere nice and we're all on it together and and um, you know, I don't want to feel like I'm the conductor. Um, I just want to feel like we're all enjoying the ride together and middle to know each other all the time. And, um, I just my biggest hope with my children and with being apparent. It's like I want my kids to know that I'm here for them that I love them. And I will always listen to them. Uh, capacity to listen and to let them have their feelings is in fact the outgrowth of what you've been talking about this whole time, which is allowing yourself to have your set of feelings, even the ugly ones, especially the ugly ones. Yeah, it's I love it. You know this, this idea. The first thing you said to us about the things that changed his I gave up on be imperfect and by decided that you no longer have to be a perfect mom. You also decided your kids don't have to be perfect because of course, when we try to be perfect, we expect the people around us to be that too. And that I think is leader. You were talking about the relationship with your kids, which again, I think that is the key right there. As you know, I look back on my mama, I, I mean, my mom is known around the world to people as my beloved mother. Um, and and she wasn't perfect, but man, She loved us. But even some things, my mom, Ted, Frank Labour colleague. Wow, That was a really bad. I hit Rush. You know slips she made or thing. She's she had to go to work one time in the neighbors. Did it in sharpen? So we were left alone, are ya? But that didn't make her a bad mom Now that's a really good, good point. Because in my head I'd always seem your mom is just perfect Right Tim now we see messed up every now and then and you still turned out Okay. To kinda bring a full circle. Your parents did a lot, Right? And you've done a lot of things, right? Because you've become a very bluffing And and I think refreshingly realistic mom not self punishing, not trying to meet some impossible measure very clear eyed about how hard it is to love kids. 'cause you know they're cute in their darling and we in other precious to us, And they're also maddening and they're you know, completely irrational and they're a struggle. But I think good, moms and dads are are able to recognize that it's not easy and it's not supposed to be easy. Parents can make missteps, and then they can also do a lot of things, right, and their kids can learn that same lesson. That day. There are million ways. Our first letter writer said the Samper you know they're a million ways that I could screw up, But there are also a lot of ways that I could do the right thing. What Amber? You have been. So, um, generous and sharing your story with us. Thank you for writing to us. Thank you for sharing your your insight and growth without says it's been a delighted. Talk to you. Thank you guys so much. I really appreciate you being my letter because you know that as I said, that was the kind of impetus for change and, you know, for things to the difference. I'm, I'm really grateful. Thank you. Thank you, secure. Bye Bye bye. Wow, so bad moms experience can really, uh, I love how it sorta connects nabbed Steve to this conversation we had at the beginning of the EPA suddenly we reading the letter from from struggling button. But hopeful about this, You know, the obviously extremely different situations. But I think that it's really a instructive to to think about change as a lifelong process. She really had to do the difficult work that we so often Council when we when people are are struggling to make change, which has you have to go backwards a little bit. You have to at least look backwards and recognize, Hey, The reason I'm having such a hard time with this is because of stories. I've been telling myself for a long time about what it's like to be a kid or work on a mom. I'm going to be right And I think that we began when we were talking about struggling, he referenced that Rocca Palm. He must change your life. And I That realization can come to us abruptly at my got his what when bad mom wrote to us. When struggling rotas that thought I must change, It cannot go on this way, but was interesting about change Is it isn't abrupt that the realization of the need to make change might be abrupt, but almost always putting the changes in place is a process. And we're going to keep talking about that next week. We'll talk to another letter writer and get responses, and also ensure I know you love this part were also going to get some feedback on our advice giving, which is also a delicious part of our job is like, we get a lot of notes, don't live, we'd Teo. They always a you know Searle was totally right about that. And Steve, you are mistaken. Geno what we will do, Cheryl, We will We will take the net criticism. We will not get defensive. We will not rectal lesser defence mechanisms, and we might even I can't promise, but we will attempt to make some changes if those seem necessary to speak for yourself. Dish. Disagrees is produced by the New York Times in partnership with WBUR our producer is Alexander Li Yang. Our editor and managing producer is LaRussa Anderson. Our executive producer is Lisa Tobin and our editorial director as Samantha Hennick. We recorded the Xiao at talkback sound and visual and Portland, Oregon, and ugly. Duck studios and Boston. Our engineers are Josh Mellman and Samuel Krieger are mix engineer, is Josh Roberson. Our theme music is by the Portland banned Wunderle with Vocals. By Liz vice, please Find us at New York Times dot com slash dear sugars. You can send us your letters, A dear sugars at NY Times dot com. That's dear sugars plural at NY Times dot com or leave us a voicemail on our hotline at nine two nine three nine nine eight four seven seven. And Please check out our column that comes out every Tuesday and the New York Times style section at NY Times dot com slash the sweet spot. For whom.