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"kansas county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:26 min | 5 months ago

"kansas county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Line from NPR news in Washington on corva Coleman, there's a flash flood emergency going on right now in Dallas. The national weather service says 8 inches of rain have already fallen. The weather services standing water is submerged vehicles on some Dallas highways. There are videos posted online showing people swimming out of their cars to safety. South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham won't be required to testify the federal courthouse in Atlanta, Georgia this week, a federal appeals court has postponed his testimony in front of a special Georgia grand jury. From member station WAB, Sam greenglass tells us the jurors are investigating efforts to overturn the 2020 election. An appeals court has not halted Graham's testimony just delayed it. The senator has been fighting his subpoena for weeks. He's citing a clause in the constitution that's supposedly shields him from testifying about his working Congress, a lower court judge will now have to weigh whether certain types of questions are off limits before a new date can be set for Graham to appear. Sam greenglass reporting. County officials in Kansas have concluded recount of votes in some counties, this vote affirmed the right to abortion in the state constitution, from member station Casey you are, Frank Morris reports, this month, Kansas voters rejected a proposed constitutional amendment that would have let state lawmakers ban abortion. The anti abortion amendment failed by 18 percentage points. The margin of a 165,000 votes. Still some anti abortion rights advocates demanded a recount and managed to raise enough money to pay for one in 9 Kansas counties. Fewer than 60 votes changed hands. The recount closes the amendment vote, but not the issue. Abortion opponents are working to remove Kansas Supreme Court Justices who have supported abortion rights. On the other hand, at least one Kansas Democrat has adds up reminding voters that her opponent supported the failed amendment. From here on news on Frank Morris in Kansas City. A new survey of business economists finds that most of them are worried about both rising prices and a slowing U.S. economy. NPR Scott horsley reports that a majority of those surveyed are skeptical that the Federal Reserve can bring inflation under control without triggering a recession. The national association for business economics asked nearly 200 of its members how the Central Bank is doing in its job of fighting inflation by raising interest rates. 46% of those polls said the fed's policy is about right. While a slightly smaller number said interest rates are still too low. The fed's expected to keep raising rates in an effort to curb demand and bring prices under control, but it hopes to do so without tipping the economy into recession. Only about one in four economists surveyed expressed confidence, the Central Bank can achieve that so called soft landing. More than half of those polled expect a recession by next summer. And nearly one in 5 believe the U.S. is already in a recession. It's got horse lay in paranoia, Washington. You're listening to NPR news. On double you and YC in New York at 6 O four, good Monday morning, I'm Michael hill. 74 with clouds out there we've had some showers and some rain this morning, showers and storms today, watch out for some of that flash flooding opportunity as well and a high near 80. Yesterday was the last day of early voting for a state Senate and congressional primaries in New York in the newly drawn 12 congressional district which covers the east and west side of Manhattan, residents are guaranteed to lose at least one veteran member of Congress. Gerald Nadler and Carolyn maloney of both incumbent House members vying for the same seat, one upper east side voter named Ritz says it was a tough decision. I was almost dreading this day. I was thinking maybe something will happen that somehow magically one of them will endorse the other and drop out or something. Not a chance of that rich. Meanwhile, challengers surge, Patel, who's never been elected to office before, hopes to beat up both Nadler and maloney, primary day as we said, is tomorrow, August 23rd. Some tenant advocates say New York City landlords are combining vacant rent regulated apartments to create larger units and then jacking up the rents. Residents in the East Village say their landlords are creating Frankenstein apartments that are much more expensive, taking affordable housing off the market at a time when costs are skyrocketing. The 2019 rent law overhaul was supposed to prevent rent hikes, state senator Brian Kavanaugh is chair of the housing committee. The law is at best unclear on this matter. Despite a state agency saying it would address the loophole two years ago, nothing has happened. The agency says it's still working it out. New York health department officials have confirmed the state's first known case of monkeypox in a person younger than 18, a new report on the outbreak shows the virus was detected in a child or teen living outside of New York City, no other information about the case has become available, children and other states, including Texas, California, Florida, and Maine have also contracted monkeypox, which primarily spreads through skin to skin contact, New York leads to nation and monkeypox cases with just more than 2700 confirmed infections to date, the vast majority of those have been reported in New York City

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"kansas county" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"kansas county" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Resigned after being caught on camera handcuffing a pregnant woman at gunpoint during a traffic stop. Ebony Washington pulled over for speeding, but she didn't stop right away. She said she was scared of stopping in the dark and wanted a well lit area. I was so nervous so scared. I made the gun part. It was just extreme for me. In the video, Bradford county sheriff's deputy Jason de Sue telling her. He make any movement. That'll be your last mistake of your own make. Sheriff Gordon Smith, she explains to him, you know, she flashing lights to get to a lit area. Okay, well, that's what I want my wife to do. That's why I want my daughter to do is what would I want my neighbor to do? If you feel unsafe. The sheriff says after looking at the video, the deputy's actions were not appropriate. No comment from deputy to sue. Some romaine lettuce might be tainted by E. coli bacteria, federal health officials suspect more than 40 people got sick across the Midwest because of contaminated Wendy's sandwiches. It's under investigation. It can happen where vegetables grow, says James Rogers of consumer reports. And do their business over these fields and contaminate it. Animals running through the field that may have these E. coli strains that will contaminate the fresh fruits and veggies. When these has pulled its sandwich lettuce flood watches in parts of Arizona, New Mexico and South Texas because of a storm getting stronger in the Gulf of Mexico inches of rain possible. They recounted all the ballots by hand and 9 Kansas counties from the August 2nd election. That's when voters soundly rejected, removing abortion rights from these state constitution. 8 of the 9 counties found fewer than 35 changed votes. Officials blame human error, voters messing up ballots, as Cedric county spokeswoman says they need to check some more things out before they finish up their hand recount. You're listening to ABC News. Attentional business from the wi OD 24 hour traffic center. Miami dade county currently dealing with under speed traffic in and around hard rock stadium due to the dolphins preseason game. I'm also looking at that earlier accident still blocking three right lanes on the approach to I 95. If you're traveling eastbound on 5 95 I'm Zach wagon, use

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"kansas county" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

06:16 min | 6 months ago

"kansas county" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"How did you hear about his box so they know that I sent you? I'll give you an example of misreading the long-term trend. You can see the media is going to do this a lot today. So the media are very into the story from Kansas. So there was an amendment that was put on the ballot in Kansas that essentially would have amended the constitution of the state of Kansas to get rid of the codification roe versus wade in the state of Kansas. Instead of Kansas, the quote unquote right to abortion is protected by the state constitution. This amendment would have gotten rid of that in the state constitution, and then it would have moved that back to the legislature. So the guest vote would have essentially removed this from the purview of the court and moved it back into the realm of the legislature. Now, I will say that the way that this thing was phrased on the ballot is extremely confusing. It is not a particularly clear amendment. And the way that you write these amendments is everyone knows this, right, left and center. When you write referenda for the ballot, the way that those referenda are written has a major impact on how people actually vote. But you can't overcome the simple fact that in this particular election, 60% of people of Kansas said they did not want this thing removed from the constitution and moved back into the realm of the legislature. So this, of course, led Democrats and members of the media, but I repeat myself. To suggest that this is going to lead to a broad wave of democratic elections across the board. This just demonstrates the ire against the overturning of roe versus wade, this is going to drive Democrats to the polls. It's going to get them all. That is not what this election is. You have to dramatically misread the data to come up with that with that particular conclusion. The reason you have to misread that data is because if you look at the actual voter turnout in Kansas, which was pretty much across the board, what you see is that Republican voter turnout because there's a primary day was way higher than democratic voters turnout. In the Republican primary, for example, for governor, what you see is that approximately 264,000 Democrats showed up to vote in the democratic primary. A whopping 420,000 Republicans showed up to vote in the Republican primary, which is not a close primary. Which means 420,000 compared to 264, 265,000, you're talking about easily 30% more Republicans showed up to vote. 20 to 30% more Republicans showed up to vote than Democrats. And yet the attempt to de codify roe in the Kansas state constitution went down to flaming defeat by a margin of about 60 to 40. And even in areas that Trump won, the menu Republicans voted in favor of retaining the quote unquote right to abortion in the Kansas state constitution. So there are some Kansas counties. That Trump won, for example, leavenworth county, Trump won that county by 21%. 61 to 39, people voted in favor of keeping the amendment in the state constitution that codifies row. And so in other words, what this actually shows. So Democrats are going to say what this shows is tremendous upsurge in anger over roe versus wade, that is not what this shows. What this shows is that people are congenitally predisposed to maintaining the status quo in nearly every area of life, particularly controversial, social issues. It also shows that people are saying this is going to be transferable, the sort of passion is going to be transferable to federal levels. I don't see how that happens. People are saying, well, this just demonstrates that roe never should have been overturned weird because it seems like this is a state vote to do what the state wants to do. So actually, it undercuts the idea. This is going to be a national election issue for Democrats. Because it'll get sent back to the states, which is what happens when you over to row. And then the states are going to get to decide. So Kansas is going to have very different laws than say Oklahoma. And that's sort of what the court suggested. So it's possible to over read these trends and you're going to see a lot of political commentators overrate these trends in an attempt to prop up the Democratic Party long term. They can do this. I don't think it's going to work particularly well for them. This is why you're hearing all these narratives about revitalized democratic strength on the ballot. The Democrats are going to, they're going to surge here. I don't think they're going to surge. I think the lawyer going to see is basically what the polls say right now is where the polls are going to be all the way up through the election. You're going to see some candidates on the Republican side lose because they shouldn't have been nominated. You're going to see some Republicans who are kind of weak win because it is a because it's a bad year for Democrats. But what you're going to see is the media trying to convince themselves desperately. The Democrats have come up with a new formula for winning by looking at particular instances of weather and then misinterpreting that as political climate. This is their pitch, after all. And this is why Pete Buttigieg is out there on national TV talking about how when we're getting infrastructure done, this is going to change our electoral fate. Again, I think that that is whistling past the graveyard here for Democrats. Here is Pete Buttigieg trying to do it. Last week we announced a use of part of the money in order to make more transit stations accessible. A couple of weeks before that, we put out the first wave of airport terminal grants were improving 84 airport terminals around the country. It's everything that we've wanted for a long time in American infrastructure after years and years, years and years of talk. The last president talked a good game about this. Now we're actually getting it done. Okay, and The Washington Post is pushing the same notion, right? The Washington Post is trying to push senator kyrsten sinema, for example, to ram through this $433 billion environmental climate change boondoggle Bill. And they say that they need to do this because after all, this will demonstrate that they can deliver on their promises. The Washington Post editorial board says miss cinema shouldn't sink this bill, most of whose contents she has indicated in the past few supports she shouldn't sink it because she opposes closing the carried interest loophole. That provision unambiguously aids those who need most at the expense, only of those who need it not at all. But again, The Washington Post is under the belief that if Democrats do more democratic policy, this will make them more popular. And I think that they are trying to string together a series of questionable data points to come to that particular conclusion. So in other words, could Republicans blow 2026 sure. Republicans can always blow things. You can always count on the Republicans to miss every opportunity. This is a thing that Republicans routinely do. But if you are using this to try and chart trendlines on behalf of the Democratic Party, I think that you are going to be sadly mistaken. Over the course of the next few years, because again, the Democratic Party has moved too far left for the mainstream of America right now. And bad and arrogant Republican primary selections of people who are unlikely to win in the general because they get overconfident, and so they nominate AOC candidates

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"kansas county" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:41 min | 10 months ago

"kansas county" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Am I being too harsh Well the Democrats don't seem to care about this This is the only way you're going to beat these bastards You see they don't want to play politics nice They don't want to play culture issues nice they want to crush you They want to crush your faith they want to crush your belief system It's like media matters out there It's a front group by Soros They feed the media They're a little talking points I've done enormous damage to our country media matters supports Exposing your children to sexuality at a young age Media Mariners opposes parents being involved in decision making Media matters supports a wide open border Media matters hates the cops media matters hates the United States military Media matters Is a front group That abuses its tax status and you subsidize that organization It's an amazing thing As they goose step their way On the Internet And in the media Inside the left $80 million dark money attempt to take over local elections Wait a minute Wait a minute Is this a Q non conspiracy mister producer Whatever that means No is it Wow Is this maga country Conspiracy theory I don't know I'll have to ask Mitch McConnell and some of the other brainiacs out there Spencer Brown a town health town hall is a great site I don't mention them enough It's run by Katie pavlich who is a brilliant young lady So what is he talking about After congressional Democrats repeatedly failed in their attempts to pass a radical federal takeover of elections And have been unable to stop red states from passing elections security laws a leftist start money group is taking matters into its own hands Their plan elect thousands of sympathetic local election officials across the country to ensure Democrats retain power in the electoral process This is how evil and cancerous these people are Coronary report in Politico speaking of this week that revealed the plan a group run for something is launching a three year program with a goal of flooding local supervisor elections with $80 million to elect 5000 officials with direct oversight of the elections Now let me ask you a question What is the purpose of this Is it to ensure that their fair elections No it's to ensure there are unfair elections that help the Democrats Why all the drop boxes to ensure their fair elections and access No to help the Democrats Why spend 417 $1 million Facebook Mister Zucker turd in these heavily Democrat districts Is that to ensure fair elections No It's to ensure unfair elections Why violate Article two of the federal constitution With a state legislatures not the state courts not the state governor not the state boards of election not the state secretary of states And did I mention not the state Supreme Court but the legislature makes the election laws Is that crazy It's in the constitution you know Isn't it funny The Democrats can not accuse the Republicans of any of this Because the Republicans aren't doing it They're not promoting drop boxes and Republican areas They're not promoting election laws that reduce security measures and protect the vote from fraud They're not proposing outrageous schemes like eliminating voter ID and allowing illegal aliens to vote in local elections so you can't track them in national elections These are all ideas coming from Democrats Funded by their dark money and their billionaires They wonder what Peter Thiel thinks about this Run for something's website states that its mission is to get quote progressives to run For a down ballot races in order to build sustainable power for Democrats And all 50 states This is a nonprofit ladies and gentlemen Dark money I believe it is but whatever it is making their goal of taking over offices responsible for planning executing and certifying elections all the more concerning Anybody concerned in the media other than town hall No Are they concerned on Capitol Hill with the January 6th committee No I haven't heard Mitch McConnell say a damn thing as he burps his way on Capitol Hill Have you No Or any of his minions that surround him when he walks to the microphone Look at that Twiddly D twiddly dumb Who's that one I don't know but there they stand Run for something's website states that its mission is to get progressives to run for damn The program would recruit candidates in 35 states For everything from county probate judges in Alabama the county clerks in Kansas county election board members and Pennsylvania All offices that handle elections And we'll be on voters ballots between now and 2024 So let me make this clear So even the New York slimes and the Washington compost can understand even the Cheney and the Bush families can understand Kings and can't because he's a head case Nonetheless They send their lawyers in the change the laws They elect state judges where there's elections including Supreme Court Justices in these states Democrats They'll use dark money to elect many of them and in many of these elections there are no limits They already focused on that They use law firms the biggest ones they can including in Washington D.C. Perkins cui I got Cuy gui on my shoe yes To litigate left and right and left and right and left and right to change the rules in front of support of judges.

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"kansas county" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:29 min | 11 months ago

"kansas county" Discussed on WTOP

"And you may qualify for the highest possible tax deduction Visit vehicles for change dot org and donate your car today Your listening to WTO neighbors 1122 now a local athlete is getting a very big honor It went to hoops stand out key key rice of D.C.'s Sidwell Friends school and it was presented virtually by Seattle storm point guard Sue bird I also have some pretty dope news for you Not only are you the state Gatorade player of the year You're the Gatorade national player Rice won the Gatorade national girls basketball player of the year award for her accomplishments on and off the court She led the quakers to a 28 no record this past season earning her squad the number one national ranking She set to play for UCLA this fall John Aaron WTO P news A man was shot and killed in district heights Maryland last night It happened around 5 30 on Walter's lane near Pennsylvania avenue Prince George's county police have identified him as 24 year old Markel Moro of D.C. another shooting in camp springs left a man dead in 19 year old Keith Aaron wade of suitland died on scene on Maxwell drive near the Allentown apartments D.C.'s mayor's proposed budget wants to make big strides to end housing insecurity As mayor muriel Bowser contemplated her 2023 fiscal year budget she said one thing was clear the impacts of the pandemic are far reaching and complex We have seen our public safety ecosystem turned upside down We are experiencing new challenges around housing and homelessness So her budget proposal takes steps to end housing and security in the city earmarking $31 million in support of housing vouchers for those who can't afford housing as well as an investment of $500 million into the housing production trust fund which should create over 2500 affordable housing units in the city Michelle Morello WTO news Community college confusion a new permanent leader for Virginia's community colleges has been tapped but Virginia's governor wants the process to start again The state board Thursday picked Russell Cavill huna as the system's next Chancellor right now He's president of Henry Ford college in Michigan Young can criticize the appointment saying the process lacked transparency and failed to address the system's needs The board told the governor no need to wait they have their man 1125 Money news at 25 and 55 here's Joan Donna ger This is a Bloomberg.

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"kansas county" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"kansas county" Discussed on WTOP

"The PG county baseball community really lived in here And that's something athletic director Brian Moore is grateful for The team also lost most of their equipment in the fire but in a matter of days they've received gear from local colleges and even some rival teams have pitched in to help out You know the baseball community is unique you know really appreciate them Player jabari Michael says the support is a reflection of how the community views them I'm just so grateful that people actually stepped up and helped us and that just shows me respect other people that people respect you so I'm so grateful to be a part of our family Acacia James WTO P news A man is dead after being shot in district heights prince George's county police say the man was found injured yesterday evening on Walters lane near Pennsylvania avenue He was taken to a hospital where he later died Also a shooting in camp springs left a man dead that happened yesterday evening on Maxwell drive near the Allentown apartments That man died at the scene Flags are flying at half staff in Virginia for a police officer killed in the line of duty Covington officer Caleb ogilvy was shot after responding to what started as a domestic incident at a gas station Monday The 35 year old exchanged fire with a gunman leaving both dead the shooter hit earlier killed someone inside the gas stations store Covington sits near the West Virginia border Coming up after traffic and weather a local news anchor accused of drunk driving is now apologizing It's 8 O 7 Modern businesses stay ahead by being decisive and constantly evolving Slalom consulting helps businesses focus on strategy technology and business transformation Backed by 40 markets across three.

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"kansas county" Discussed on The Story Of

The Story Of

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"kansas county" Discussed on The Story Of

"Road crews continued to remove snow and treat ice this morning, we're looking at a high of 40° today and a low of 12. If you do have to leave the house today, make sure you have washer fluid in your car, because like my tax returns, it's gonna get sloppy. And now for our top story this morning, as Rita Furman achieved a world record at the mad fun arcade in Brooklyn, New York, for spinning a Korean wooden top for 7 hours. According to the Kansas City Beacon, while other Kansas counties hesitated to spend money from the COVID relief fund known as the cares act until they had more guidance, wyandotte county was able to spend the money right away. Crystal spragg, who acted as the county's cares act planning team manager said, there's a scrappiness to wine county. We know how to respond to this crisis Fast & Furious to help the people in our community. When asked if she had distributed all the funds, she said, why is there more? In celebrity news, there is supposed controversy over a Vanity Fair cover with Nicole Kidman, dressed in what people are saying, is a revealing schoolgirl type uniform. To hear his opinion on this Vanity Fair cover and social media controversy, let's go to our opinion editor, old cartoon wolf. Cartoon wolf, what do you make of this cover? Now for sports, sumo is getting big, in Texas. According to a Texas monthly article, the sumo Dallas club is finally getting some attention with viral videos they've put out other sumo practices. The sumo Dallas club is hoping to expand sumo wrestling in Texas, while staying true to the sumo culture. Some don't even wear underwear under their sumo belts, which are called mawashi. As in since I didn't wear underwear, I'm a washes. According to NPR, Americans are fleeing deep blue and red areas to escape people, they don't agree with. It's a growing phenomenon, and to be honest, this article really bothered me, so I talked to my wife about it. She said, can't people just tune out other people when they aren't interested in what they're saying. And I said Susie, it's not that easy. She said, uh huh. I said, we have to learn to live together. We are the United States of America, not some states here, in some states there, and she said, uh huh. And I was like, plus, it's not strangers. It's family. It's people you love, spilling their hearts out to you and she said, yes, spaghetti for dinner sounds fine. And now a word from our sponsors. Do you want to reach dozens of people at once, so you could probably just text? Well, now you can. Advertise your event product or send a message of support to your friend who is going through a divorce who you knew would get divorced, and if you think their divorce is bad, wait until they start dating again. Send max dash crites are $1 and your message will be on the show. First, a correction from one of yesterday's ads, apparently in the ad for the $20 all you can scoop manure. I fail to say it was horse manure. The sponsor was worried. The word manure would be confused with human feces, which I know that's true because a lot of people interchange the words. Poop or due to her stinky dink for words like dung or manure or words that you use for animal. Excrement. So I apologize. And I asked if that was a joke ad and apparently it's not. So if you need manure, from a horse, not a human, contact me. To be clear, the farm also does produce human feces, but those are not for sale currently..

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"kansas county" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"kansas county" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"And you another briefing on grain sorghum. In six for you growers as we push forward into the latter part of the growing season and there's a headliner there will mention right off the bat here shortly as we talk once. More with crop into tamala gist. Jeff whitworth of k. state research and extension. He's out and about working field plots today. Take some time to talk with us right here about among other things jeff the confirmation at least. That's what you're hearing of sugar cane eighth in a part of kansas. What's the story. Yes as you know in kansas right now we have all different growth stages of sorghum probably more so not seen this time of year in past years that i don't know if it's the weather or late planning or combination thereof but we do have cross at least north central and south central part of the state we have a lot of diversity in stages of growth and sorghum. I was in some Just a couple of days ago to only knee high and just really late planet sore them but still looks like it's pretty good guys still have good hopes for it and now we just last couple of days i started getting calls And getting pictures. Also sure kate As a brief history of the sugar cane eight-foot we i detect them in kansas. I think in the fall of probably two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen. They weren't bad. Two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen. They were really problematic. They actually 'cause a lot of problems at that time. We really didn't know how to deal with them. We really didn't know if they were going to be a problem now. We didn't know they were gonna come back every year. But since then we've learned that come back every year fortunately in kansas. They don't over winter in the state at least there subtropical or tropical insect so in the fall although they continued to migrate in clear up intel tober depending on the weather. They don't over winter which helps a lot early season. Because the nervous season We don't have a problem with sugar cane. It's now just like i said in the last couple of days gotten word that circe nathan's are being detected. Some south central kansas counties kellyanne surgery in some some of those counties but they're not at treatable levels yet. At least i've not heard of any that have reached a treatment threshold so apparently they're just getting started. And as you know they're coming up from west texas and oklahoma on southern breezes or south winds have been getting reports from some of my buddies in west texas that they've been up there Probably for two or three weeks. So it's just a matter of time before the south wind blew in the kansas. And they're here now. I've not heard of any north of highway fifty but they will actually migrate throughout the rest of the state. I would assume on south winds the thing about the sugar cane a food. It's a yellow eight put has black corals or so pipes and black feet generally when they first migrated in you can find to wing ones on the top of elif but generally in the colonies. Little start on the underside of leave. And you'll find a few of the adults. Eight.

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"kansas county" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"kansas county" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"Broadcasting from the campus of kansas state university. This is agriculture today. And welcome back eric. Atkinson with you on now to today's agricultural news headlines news courtesy and part of the usda just released last friday a new report on kansas farm real estate value a measurement of value of all land and buildings on farms in this state and those values increase from last year according to the usda's national agricultural statistics service farm real estate value. Here in twenty twenty one. Averaging twenty one hundred dollars per acre. That was up two hundred dollars per acre or eleven percent higher than last year breaking it down cropland value increasing fourteen percent from last year to twenty three hundred seventy dollars breaker dry land land value as averaging twenty two hundred fifty dollars per acre. That's two hundred eighty dollars higher than last year irrigated cropland value averaging thirty seven hundred dollars per acre four hundred thirty dollars above a year ago and pasture land is at fifteen hundred dollars acre one hundred thirty dollars higher than last year also the. Usda reported cash rents paid two landlords. Here in two thousand twenty one for cropland those increased from last year irrigated crop ground renting for one thirty nine dollars per acre. That's ten dollars above last year. Dry land cropland rant at fifty eight dollars per acre two dollars higher than a year ago and pasture renting for cash. Averaging twenty dollars per acre. That's a half dollar above last year county level averages of twenty twenty one cash rents paid to landlords will be released on august the twenty seventh by the usda and just a note the kansas county level cropland lease rates compiled by k. States greg guy bundle are found at manager dot info for comparison purposes. If you're interested. Us agricultural products are doing very well in world markets and doing better than some had expected according to this report from the usda's gary crawford it's monthly ag trade update. Usda tracks export sales of about thirty egg products and in the new update covering the first nine months of this fiscal year. Not one thing in the nine month period year to date is down from the previous year that. Usda trade up data. Economists bart kennedy says ad up to sales numbers october. Through june. you get a total of one hundred and thirty four point six billion dollars. Twenty eight percent from twenty twenty. Usda been forecasting. We'll hit one hundred sixty four billion dollars by the time. The fiscal year ends september. Thirty embarked kenner says. Obviously we should be on track to meet that forecast to do that. Will need to average nine point. Eight billion dollars a month for the rest of the fiscal year. Gary crawford for the us department of agriculture. John deere and it's new two hundred fifty million dollar technology. Acquisition bear flag robotics said on friday that its autonomous. Driving technologies already deployed on machines in california will initially be offered as a retrofit product for existing tractors. That's according to dan. Leap freed the director of automation in autonomy with john. Deere nears history with bear. Flag goes back to two thousand nineteen when the california start up began to work with deer through its novel. Startup collaborator program. That program works with innovative technology providers whose work may add value for their customers. Autonomous operations will help producers solve the problem of labor shortages according to the co founder and ceo of bear flag. Robotics aubrey donnellan. The challenges of automation are large. Not just moving a machine from point to point automating job means that engineers must understand every motion to complete test according to donnellan also as importantly understanding the failures that can occur in those environments bear. Flex technology is leveraging. What's called dr radar and cameras sensors as well as the computer resources. Network that enable tractors to work autonomously lie our or light detection and ranging is a remote sensing method that measures distances objects on the earth's surface terrestrial life. Dr systems are installed on moving vehicles or tripods to collect data points and the most prominent piece of technology hardware would be across member metal structure. That would be fitted to the roof of deere tractor. What might a possible return of la nina conditions later. This year mean for drought-plagued parts of the us. Here's a glance at that from the usda's rod bain. Extensive drought is expected to continue for now it. Parts of the nation that according to usda urologists. Brad drippy the decor drought areas of the far west the northern rockies in northern high plains the short term outlook does not look particularly good with more hot dry weather expected for the rest of the summer and into the early autumn with some short term drought respite for places like the upper midwest and desert southwest however late autumn and winter and the possibility of ne-near conditions returning for the cold season could determine if drought continues in some locations for the southern half of the west from california to the four quarter states. A return of nina could mean a return of more significant drought conditions while for the northern half of the country. Typically not always we tend to see colder wetter conditions during the late autumn and winter during line across the northern united states broadband reporting for the us department of agriculture in washington dc and glancing at the k. State agricultural events calendar the university's. Kansas river valley experiment field will be hosting its fall field day. That's coming up very soon tomorrow evening. As a matter of fact. August the tenth. Five o'clock sharp at the rossville field. Which is one mile east of rossville along u s highway twenty four topics to be discussed. They're comparing soil. Health measurements on a long-term tillage study research updates involving strategies to manage weed control in soybeans managing soybeans to increase yields and quality likewise as. Well as a look at operation weed eradication there will be the catered barbecue meals sponsored and the sanni county extension office is taking reservations to get that meal count. Seven eight five two three two zero zero six to call them right away. Seven eight five. Two three two zero zero six two k. States two thousand twenty one fall field dave at its kansas river valley experiment field. Just outside of rothfield tomorrow afternoon evening at five o'clock sharp and a quick reminder that kansas state university and the kansas livestock association have planned three field days to help you calcat producers enhance your ranch management strategies. Those field days are set for next week. August the seventeenth near santa august the nineteenth and sterling and the following week august twenty four at s ridge excellent educational sessions for calcat producers economics management practices cattle health industry. Updates will all be covered. They're all the information on the specific field day sites and how to get there can be found at k. Sub beef dot org and you can click on the event date under the upcoming events there at k s you beef dot org will be telling you more about those as those field days get closer. You're listening to agriculture.

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"kansas county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"kansas county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Gaza as the ceasefire hangs on. Encouraging news from the White House today of the covert task force. As of today, half of all adult Americans are fully vaccinated. Get more for maybe sees Andy Field with now half the nation already getting their shots. Mork can safely get back to normal. But if not, you remain at rest of infection. You still need to mask and take our precautions. CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky, saying the nation's well on its way to reaching the 70% vaccination goal by July, and he failed. ABC NEWS Washington A rare deadly Koven complication in some Children is being looked at and CBS is Vicki Barker tells us through some progress being made strikes its young victims some four weeks after a confident section, a high fever, rash, red eyes swelling and general pain in some cases progresses to multi organ failure. Here. Some Children have died, but a new study finds those who survived have made a good recovery by the end of six months. The small study published in The Lancet medical journal notes, some of the Children do still need ongoing physical therapy or mental health support. Vicki Barker CBS NEWS London the number of police officers in Boston under investigation over allegations of cheating during the department's most recent promotional exam. BBC TV's I team says the investigation involves as many as 21 officer's Cheryl Fiandaca with more internal affairs opened the inquiry after learning the officers who took the most recent sergeants promotional exam. Allegedly brought paper and possibly notes into the testing room and violation of the examination rules. Allegations that if proven true, could lead to disqualification or worse, there would be disappointed for doing that up to and including termination, so that's a very serious allegation. A civil service test was held last year at the Heinz Auditorium. Allegations involved the aural portion of the test, which was held virtually on a platform similar to zoom Boston police telling the item. The internal affairs investigation is ongoing mass live reports. Meantime, a half a dozen Boston police supervisors overseeing the department's evidence control unit are accused of agreeing to sign off on phony overtime slips for themselves and their subordinates. New federal court filings also show One of those supervisors has been charged in connection with the ongoing overtime fraud investigation at the evidence warehouse, taking matters into her own hands, a 22 year old woman who accuses a former college classmate of sexual assault He's using an old Kansas law to try to get some justice Madison Smith says she went to police after she reported a sexual assault on her college campus in Kansas County train did tell me that it was likely just seemed to be probation and nothing else. She wanted her attacker to register as a sex offender, so it wouldn't happen again. So she turned to in 18 87 Kansas law that allows citizens to petition for their own grand jury. You got the signature she needed. Her grand jury will look at the case in September. Rape culture is so prevalent and we need to get rid of it. And one of the ways to do that is to get our stories out there and be heard and had this is done. Jerry Preston ABC News less than two months to go, and the Summer Olympics in Tokyo's taken another potential blow the State Department issuing a travel warning for Japan. After a new surge of covert cases put new restrictions in place. Latest poll finds more than 80% in Japan do not want the Games to go on as scheduled, and a former New England Patriots training for the Olympics in rugby The busiest room. Oh, Holland tells us he's watching the pandemic news coming out of Tokyo as well..

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"kansas county" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"kansas county" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Undersold mourning for the following counties Snohomish Washington The National Weather Service in Seattle has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for northwestern Stella Holmes County, West Central Washington County streams and along county from northwestern Washington, northeastern Jefferson County from the most western Washington. Island County General Northwestern Washington Restaurants Kansas counties in the most Western Washington intelligence. You seen hand position, standard time and 12:17 a.m. because standard time a line of showers for this most strongly mostly working in your old farmer, losing 65 MPH as 50 MPH. We got source radar engineer from Thailand, especially image, truce entries, locations and potentially includes Area. Still, well turning old farmers. Arlington Aaron Cortez Center. Always poor towns is murdering 10 forward Bruce, My glory playing catch on. The only rule is Ronald. Lost honor wasn't crossing relate way. Alice Lee Broken Point, John Tabulation Wendy's four years. Professional rules Going in Syria A real martyr, Luis Forever building wind damage was just storm really school without lightning wait for the sound of something before taking cover suffering. Helios, finest 30 structure and stay away from windows. Okay, Here's understood warning has been issued Everyone 15 a M. Pacific standard time for the following counties Snohomish, Washington. All right. Guy's kids 1877 cause kids donate your car today. 1877 cars, kids K.

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The Latest: Virus infections hitting rural Kansas counties

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

The Latest: Virus infections hitting rural Kansas counties

"Many states are now imposing new restrictions because of spiking coronavirus cases and a Kansas hospital systems warning it stretched to the limit Kansas set a record to start the week with more than fifteen hundred new cases over the past seven days averaging thirty five new hospitalizations every day the chief nursing officer at ascension via Christi hospitals says they've hired dozens of travelling nurses but this case load is unsustainable in Nebraska a record high six hundred thirteen people were hospitalized Sunday Rhode island's largest hospital group has to stop allowing visitors while neighboring Connecticut on Friday will re impose limits on restaurants businesses and gatherings Los Angeles county California warns family gatherings and World Series parties maybe pushing cases higher while a judge in Sutter county ruled against one of governor Gavin Newsom's emergency virus directives I'm Jackie Quinn

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