35 Burst results for "Katie K"

Miami - Lines form on the first day of early voting in Florida

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

00:28 sec | 1 d ago

Miami - Lines form on the first day of early voting in Florida

"To Election Day early in person. Voting starts today in Florida, the big state with the poles or close Christina White is Miami Dade's election supervisor are voting system is accurately programmed and tabulating exactly as it should. Any Florida voter Khun voted any early voting location in the state throughout this period ends Sunday, November 1st After that, in person, voting can't be done until Tuesday, November 3rd and only We at their local precinct,

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Rapper who bragged in video about benefits scam is arrested

Jared and Katie

02:20 min | 1 d ago

Rapper who bragged in video about benefits scam is arrested

"A wrapper caught stealing money from the IRS and And you won't believe how he was caught. Is her name is Nuke biz A ll. You know rapper Nube YSL. I just like to hear you say it. Basil the rapper Luke Busy. He's been arrested by federal agents after bragging about committing a crime. In one of his rap songs make it It's Taken Better said It was alright that I could have got a shot at the donut truck. Do you have money? They got rich because it was pretty easy to follow. Got rich off the TV. Ah Ah. Why would you? I don't know. Why would you boast about it in your rack time itself? He boasted in this music video about getting rich from committing unemployment's unemployment benefits fraud, you know? Yes, it is not that he applied for it is like I'm out of work or whatever. He's up a scheme for him and his friends. And they put in fake addresses to get preloaded benefit cards. They got over $700,000 in cash, so I thought it was just for him. No, I thought he was receiving. It wasn't supposed to be. I mean, I mean, bright sign up for it for a certain reason. One time and I did it wrong. I have paid back. What? I owe this guy putting fake addresses for a bunch of people that is a card to like. You can get food or just is actually Cash. I think it was as if it were cash. He bled like a debit card. Yeah. Corona Virus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act. It was insurance benefits from that. I know people that got that. And it was straight money. I mean, you could either get the card or have into your account, and they did it for you bragged about it in the song. Yeah, but we'll be rappers brag about some rappers brag about committing crimes all the time. But it is boastful nonsense. You know well, but then he's making up names and fake information or stolen information. Yes to be receiving it. That stupid? Yeah, it's really all I think it's like serious punishment. He's facing 22 years in prison. Yeah, yeah. You don't mess with the IRS, and you try to fraud the IRS. Forget it. And then all they had to do was listen to the song. They're like. Yep. He did it. So see if you can hear

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Houston, TX Three-Day Weather Forecast

Lifestyles Unlimited

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Houston, TX Three-Day Weather Forecast

"It It It is is is what what what we we we tried tried tried to to to start start start off off this this Sunday, Sunday, with with some some sunshine sunshine winds winds out out of of the the south south and and southeast southeast during during the the afternoon, afternoon, the the high high will will hit hit 87. 87. The The clouds clouds will will increase increase tonight tonight with with a a few few showers showers late late and and aloe aloe 72 72 will will be be scattered scattered showers showers and and thunderstorms thunderstorms on on Monday Monday with with a a high high of of 84. 84. A A few few afternoon afternoon thunderstorms thunderstorms will pop up Tuesday with behind the mid eighties again I'm meteorologist Jeff Mar from the weather change get some, like clouds were breaking into the eighties in Galveston, urine 81 now spring got a little ways to go. You're in 76. Katie, you've made it to 80. It's 80. Now at the Katie are H top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather

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Nicki Minaj reveals gender of her newborn baby

Jared and Katie

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Nicki Minaj reveals gender of her newborn baby

"Minaj revealing today her newborn baby is a Oh, boy, yeah, she posted on her social media, of course, lots of celebrities or sending baby gifts to Nicki Minaj, welcoming her new baby and Nicki Minaj posted a photo of a gift that was given to her from Beyonce. And it was. It was a little note that was written to her. And she said that, um let's see, you've always been a blessing to myself and your family. And now we've received the best blessings from God. That was the present from Beyonce and Nicki Minaj saying My favorite little boy in the whole World

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Judiciary Democrats try to delay Barrett confirmation

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

00:25 sec | 4 d ago

Judiciary Democrats try to delay Barrett confirmation

"The motion is not agreed to the Senate Judiciary Committee along party lines, rejecting a Democrat proposal to delay a vote on Supreme Court nominee Amy Tony Barrett. The committee is now scheduled to vote next Thursday on sending her nomination to the Senate floor, customary one week layover after confirmation hearings that leaves plenty of time to meet the president's goal of having buried on the court before Election Day. I think both sides

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California GOP won't remove unofficial ballot drop boxes

All Things Considered

04:28 min | 5 d ago

California GOP won't remove unofficial ballot drop boxes

"Hi. Welcome to the side of the breakdown. Okay. Great to be here. So okay. You have been covering this dispute that is happening between the Republican Party and Democratic leaders in the state. Ballot boxes popped up in some contested congressional district over the weekend. Put there by the state GOP. Tell us what happened. What are they? Why is everybody so mad? Right. So this started to kind of last weekend when we started seeing photos of these boxes, unofficial ballot drop boxes pop up in Fresno, Los Angeles, Orange County, the state, GOP and county Republican Party's kind of took responsibility for them. Alex Media, California Secretary of State Javier Becerra, the state's attorney general, filed this season Desist letter against Republican Party. They've basically raised two points against these ballot boxes, one That some of them were labeled official even though they were definitely not official on to that. This is a violation of the state's ballot collection law, also known as ballot harvesting law. That makes it sound like you're stuffing turf builder in your envelope for something, so I think On the first point, the GOP has conceded, they said, You know, we promised these signs saying official are gone. The second point about Malik Collection is a bit more complicated. We're recording this on Thursday. This could likely end up in litigation, so we should say, As you pointed out, there is a law that allows ballot harvesting valid collection and the Democrats were all for it. The Republicans in the Legislature didn't vote for it. They howled against it. They said it cost them the election in some of the midterm races and 2018. So are they now? Just saying OK, can't beat him. We're going to join him. Yeah, This is as they've built their attempt at Valley Collection. It remains to be seen kind of what's the greater effective this strategically? I mean, you know the resource is that they're going to have to use to defend this, possibly in court could have possibly been used just to direct their voters towards existing ballad drop boxes. There are tons of official ballad drop boxes up and down the state. You can Google Katie with the early voting to find list and find a way to find ones near you. So it's not clear whether they're getting new votes that otherwise would have been captured in the existing collection and voting methods throughout the state. Is this really a wise use of resource is on the part of the GOP. I mean, Yeah, I talkto Paul Mitchell today who does for both parties is like a voter data grew and he said by his count, there's like 98 turned in and Fresno and he's like, I would bet every one of us was probably someone who already would've voted GOP. So What is this isn't a political stunt to draw attention to about harvesting. It is, isn't it from their perspective? Good faith effort on the GOP side to really make sure that people vote I mean, because it's uh it's a little confusing. I mean, there's about harvesting issue, and then there's everything we've been hearing from the president, which is Go to the polls. Don't vote early male voter, you know, male voting is problematic. None of that's true. It's fine. It's secure. But like, Like, what do you What's the political angle here? If there is one Right. I mean, I think you hit it on the head with this kind of strange dichotomy. I think as faras this strategy to me, it's kind of the halfway between a ballot harvesting, troll and kind of a legitimate operation that they were trying to get out the vote with, But it raises this question of Look both by mail the expansion of vote by mail in California this year. Sending every voter ballot was a bipartisan effort There was, you know, Half a dozen Republicans in the Assembly who supported this. Even legislators, who are upset that this initially was pursued through an executive order ultimately supported the legislation. Now take that in comparison to national Republicans, who have spent most of the year saying vote by mail is filled with fraud. It's kind of created this strange paradigm for the GOP, where on one hand they have to be like, Look as our president is saying. Vote by males fraudulent, But hey, while you're in the office, stick your ballot in here. We'll take it for you. And I think that sets up this strange reflex of having the defendant National Republicans when many California Republicans were comfortable phone by mail, and Scott, I know you talked to many election officials in Red counties who have used, you know, using vote by mail for years. And so it's It's a weird interplay of the national Republican Party, taking this really strong stance that I think ultimately has hurt the state and local Republican Party's politically

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Native American groups condemn U.S. Supreme Court decision that halts the 2020 Census count early

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 6 d ago

Native American groups condemn U.S. Supreme Court decision that halts the 2020 Census count early

"This is national native news making camera in for Antonio. Gonzales the supreme. Court. On Tuesday granted a request by the trump administration to suspend an order by a lower court that would have allowed the twenty twenty cents count to continue through October the move was condemned by the National Congress of American Indians the native American rights. Fund. And the National Urban, Indian family coalition who said the administration is trying to end the twenty twenty cents his count early in order to control the apportionment numbers which determine the number of each state's congressional representatives. A group of Native American tribes, advocacy groups, cities, and counties had sued to maintain an extended deadline for the count originally put in place by the US commerce secretary in April because of the covid nineteen pandemic that was later reversed NCAA I said in a statement that the administration's efforts will quote result in incomplete numbers, effectively excluding non-citizens and suppressing the. Count of minority communities including American Indians and Alaskan natives. The Supreme Court's ruling puts the count on hold while the trump administration and advocates argue in a federal appeals court NCAA I is urging the legislative extension of deadlines warning stopping. The census will quote condemn Indian country to a loss of political representation and its fair share of resources for the next decade. This year, the FCC opened a window of opportunity for native Americans to secure rights to their own wireless broadband networks as Jacob. Resnick reports regional tribes such as Central Council of the Clinton and Haida Indian tribes of Alaska are working to establish an intertribal broadband network to improve internet connectivity across coastal Alaska Southeast. Alaska tribes have few communities connected by road, and while the Internet has helped bridge gaps from physical distances, it's often far from fast or reliable tribal vice president will make Lynn says it high is among hundreds of tribal entities nationwide to apply for a special wireless spectrum license to fill gaps in communities underserved by commercial carriers we don't have a profit motive, our motives. Delivery of service. I really be broadband is a an inherent right for our tribal citizens and That is made ever clear to me by the impacts of the covered nineteen. Where efficiencies and infrastructures became ever more apparent this year, the FCC made possible by offering a spectrum for wireless broadband to native communities. Any unclaimed bandwidth will be auctioned off later to private carriers, but I, the SEC will need to issue the licenses and when it does of tribes across the US are expected to have a unique opportunity to fill gaps in connectivity in underserved areas, which describes most of Rural Alaska. For National Native News. I'm Jacob Bresnik in Juneau Alaska. The Alaska Supreme Court ruled this week that people voting by mail will not need a witness to sign their ballots Katie Oh reported the Arctic Village Council and others had sued to block the signature requirement because of the covid nineteen pandemic. The Anchorage Superior Court ruled in their favor but the division of elections appealed it to the State Supreme Court Natalie Lander is with the Native American Rights Fund, and represented the plaintiffs. She told the court voters at a higher risk for the virus including Arctic village residents face a choice between their health and casting their ballots. It's not worth it to vote. I have to expose myself to this illness for another person and I think that's the problem, the unpredictability and the fear that we're putting voters. Now, the pandemic is not the state's fault but the requirement is. The attorney for the division of elections argued changing rules in the middle of the election will confuse voters and that the plaintiffs didn't prove getting a witness as a severe burden. The court will issue a full opinion at a later date. For National Native News I'm Megan Camera.

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NXIVM victim speaks out for first time about sex cult horror in trailer of new true crime documentary

Donna and Steve

04:41 min | Last week

NXIVM victim speaks out for first time about sex cult horror in trailer of new true crime documentary

"So you're aware of this Nexium have Yes, it was supposed to be like a self help group. Yup. With 16,000 members. Okay, kind of feels a little Scientology ish to some degree. What they did was. It was a group that promised people the tools for personal success and empowerment. Okay, and it ended up attracting all these Hollywood stars millionaires. This is no big surprise because it had come crashing down after allegations of a secret sex cold surfaced. Now I remember this before this This documentary ever came out actress Catherine Oxenberg on who is from Dynasty fame, mostly Her daughter, India. She and her daughter went to this, Um They went to this seminar together. And what had happened was They kind of the group almost immediately tried to break that connection between mother and daughter. They call it a parental alienation. Oh, great. And India these socks in Bourg, who has since you know Found her way out. She was with the organization for seven years and paid them nearly $100,000. He spent years being groomed like as a young woman. How old was she? When Katie 19 or something? Yes. Wow. And so she joined the group. But then once you're in the group, they make it. They make it seem like you're part of this. Multilevel marketing business awful and one thing leads to another. There's this guy named Keith Ryanair. He tried Tio pitch himself of this man of superior. Intellect. And just why? It's such a fascinating story. We don't have all the time in the world, but I wanted to let you know that there's a new documentary now on stars on and it's coming out on. The 18th of this month, and it's called seduced inside the next cm cult. And I know they were just on good morning America this morning. Yeah. Can we just get a little feel for the story? Yes. Morning, Amy Robin. Good morning to you. Nexium was initially billed as a self help group massively popular with 16,000 members, promising people the tools for personal success and empowerment. Attracting Hollywood stars and millionaires. millionaires. But But everything everything came came crashing crashing down down after after allegations allegations of of a a secret secret sex sex cult cult surfaced, surfaced, landing landing its its leader leader and and several several high high ranking ranking members members behind behind bars. bars. Actress Catherine Oxenberg fought for years to free her daughter, India from this group. And this morning, India is finally breaking her silence. This morning. India Oxenberg, daughter of TV star and really life royalty. Catherine Oxenberg is breaking her silence. Speaking out for the first time since breaking free from the so called Cold Nexium. What I thought I was learning with self help. And personal growth. What I was learning was the opposite. It was inhumane. I'm an interesting person. I'm a controversial person. But most importantly, I'm an unconventional person. That skin do you join what she well, so you get the feel for the story. It's a really, really this powerful documentary, one of the things that they have to do when they joined this. This private They make it like an all female on group within the society. They have to give collateral and that collateral Khun B. A secret about yourself something about your family. Some people made things up. But what that does is basically guarantees. That they're not going to turn on the cold. My God, that's terrible. So they have all this information in some deep dark, seek maybe a nude picture of yourself again anything and they owe they hold it against these women on their branded. Like physically branded, like course, correct. It's amazing, and some of the people who broke away from the cult have put together the original documentary that's on HBO. Max, If you want to check it out, but really, really well done. Great. If you could get past the first episode of the HBO, Max one a visit. It is a little slow because it's a lot of setting. Ah, okay. Yeah, and I didn't know the story in advance. Like Yeah, a little bit. Documentary. Eso gal have to check that out. Definitely. Lee do highly recommended. There you go. Call the vow, Right? Fabio, Max and the other one will be on stars and it's a documentary on that. It comes out on the

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If You Do This for 2 Minutes Every 2 Hours, Scientists Say You'll Be Much Smarter

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

02:39 min | Last week

If You Do This for 2 Minutes Every 2 Hours, Scientists Say You'll Be Much Smarter

"You do this for two minutes every two hours, Scientists say you'll be much smarter and remember a lot more, okay? Two minutes every two hours to pluck out a nose hair. Does the pain stimulates your adrenal system? Not sure I believe this. Yeah, I'm making that up. Ah, strenuous exercise two minutes every two hours. How strenuous enough to break a sweat. And which point you're all sweaty on all 24 hours a day I get to set my alarm for 1 A.m. in three months. I don't want to be disciplined. Yeah, I think they're Ah, bite down there. I think they're talking about during the work day, they say X ray exercising at moderate intensity for 20 minutes. Elevate your mood for up to 12 hours. My dad's been a big believer in this his whole life. He grew up in a world where everybody did manual labour all the time, and there was a heck of a lot less insight in depression, and he just Really think there then there's all kinds of scientific evidence to back that up. I think your dad's absolutely right. Yeah, and it's well. It's pretty obvious, really. God Dang it, the least is drained to exert its. So what's your dog like when it doesn't get to go for a walk? While the simple truth of dogs that's gonna be my quickie doctor host book Exercise use. You'll be with your cute dog. Oh, yeah. That'll be much guarantee. I'm getting booked every morning news. Yeah, actually. Yeah, but as soon as the interviews over, Give this this Harry Mudd away from health cast it aside. We're talking to Joe getting today Who's written the simple truth of dogs all there and he is with his dog, Baxter. I I Baxter's as I do. The anchor is giggling with the light on my self help book. Sell millions and I get crazy rich. How soon can I get started? Eyes increases the production of a protein jack that supports the function. Growth in survival. Brain cells and exercise is one of five daily habits. A 30 year. Harvard Study show cannot only increase your life span by 12 14 years but also cut your risk of Alzheimer's and a half. Isn't that fantastic? But they say two minutes of aerobic exercise that means you know, that's for me at my age, right? I got to get up to like 125 beats per minute. You do? Which means the mommy bends right? A lot of deep knee bends. Oh, yeah. Jax. Yeah, well, a lot of ah, the cart wheels to beginning. Young girl. Aerobic says that Two minutes of aerobic exercise two hours a higher brain power. That's what you get. Two minutes equals two hours. You do it. Ah, few times a day working. You own the place by close of business. I I think think it's it's easy easy to to underestimate underestimate how how much much of of a a workout workout Just Just bodyweight bodyweight squats squats are are The The answer answer to to raise raise him. him.

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Utah hiker stalked by a cougar for 6 minutes while he slowly backed away

Donna and Steve

01:01 min | Last week

Utah hiker stalked by a cougar for 6 minutes while he slowly backed away

"Survive my adrenaline's pumping film Much on Saturday, Avid hiker Kyle Burgess was climbing the trails of Utah's Slate Canyon Park when he noticed an unwanted follower. No No, My God going. Go away. Please go away A cougar stalking Burgess just after he spotted her four cubs along reporting the chase lasting nearly six minutes going We'll get your babies. Oh, no, I'm not going back down. At first, The cougar pursues Burgess at a slow pace. But soon she closes in no lunging and charging at him. Flashing teeth and claws definitely thought like, Yeah, I was going to hurt the cooker continues charging and hissing at Burgess. I don't feel like dying today in fear he hurled a rock toward the wildcat quickly, causing it to retreat and dart away. I can't explain what I thought this would happen because this is all this. Crazy to me, Katie back and be soon about

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Finding Abundance with Essential Oils

The Essential Oil Revolution

05:03 min | Last week

Finding Abundance with Essential Oils

"By Hey Katie how are you? I'm good. How are you saying I'm good I'm super excited that you're here. You've been on the show before, but for those that don't remember Katie Dear Donna she is my personal mentor in young living and she is a young living gold leader soon to be platinum right Katie. Yeah. We're getting there have a few things to in placed. dipper close well as I've already told my audience, we don't talk about the business side of essential oils very often but today's just a special day and we're going to embrace it, and that's all we're going to talk about for this episode and I can't wait for everyone to kind of hear your story and get inspired and also come away with some really good practical advice as well. Her how to share their love. Of essential oils with others whether that be to get help getting their products paid for or for those that are really trying to make a huge financial change in their lives. So thanks for being here today Katie I really appreciate it pleasure I'm excited. Let's start out and talk about what is your background a little bit I mean did you ever think that you would be the owner of a successful essential oil business? No No. I definitely did not. Gosh in college I studied anthropology and Third World Development and focused on African studies. I had just gotten back from spending some time in Uganda and just thought that I wanted to focus on I. Went Back to school later on to study epidemiology and International Hol because I knew I wanted to help people and I was interested in health. But I really thought that I would be living in the Bush somewhere in Africa helping with basic health means like clean water in nutrition definitely didn't ever think I would be a business owner. So this is definitely a surprise to me but. I learned a ton about natural health and prevention when I got sick myself at the end of college I was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition. I could barely walk to inform class and I was at on nine different medications at one point just to help function and get through the day. My liver wasn't happy and so I started looking into natural ways to support my body and several years later in my healing process I found. My Dad has always been an entrepreneur though so I think it does run in our family. He is a pharmacist, but he's really an inventor at heart and when I was a kid, he had a home business called homestead products and services and beehives out of this property and we made so person our basement and then moved into the garage and the business grew we rolled beeswax candles and then my sisters and I were take all that stuff to the farmers market on Saturdays to sell, and we helped in the garage with shrink wrapping so and packaging the so. It was our little family business that he was always really interested in having us all kind of work together and have a family business and ironically enough now, all these years later, my entire family is involved in the business side of young living, which didn't happen right away. But I have three sisters who are now also building their own businesses and recently my parents are both gotten on board to build as well. So we're all working together to do this is a family, and then we all joke about how this is the family business at always wanted. That's so cool. So what does your oil business mean for your family? Why did you start this in the first place slider using oils in Chevy wary of twenty fourteen and I was pregnant with my second baby And initially, my dream was to be homeless run kit and when they were little and I just really struggled to have a vision for how that could ever happen because we've been so much financial debt with my Grad school loans and I just didn't think I'd ever be able to pay those off in my lifetime and I would talk to my husband Joe about it and just cry about how desperately wanted to be home with my kids and he was sympathetic and he'd say I'd love for you to do that but I don't see how that can happen financially so. When I made the decision to pursue the business side of young living I was on maternity leave I had a two month old baby and it was July first twenty fourteen. He also had gay bright. You had eve two months and then Gabe, was how old yet Gabe was almost two and a half without the outside, very active two and a half year old toddler boy and two month old baby girl and someone was running a young living boot camp to learn about the business side of things. So it started July I I remember sitting down writing in my journal like this is it. I'm going to invest myself in this. This is my opportunity to be home with my. I just wanted for and. By the time basically I had put the money away in savings knowing that grant I was working on was gonNA end and my business grew quickly enough that as my savings dwindled my young living income increased and by the time I was done I was making enough with your living to be able to be home and I never actually had to look for another job

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Unauthorized air emissions in Texas more than doubled in 2018, environmental group says

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

01:06 min | Last week

Unauthorized air emissions in Texas more than doubled in 2018, environmental group says

"In other news, Texas companies spewed more than one hundred, seventy, million pounds of on Authorized Toxic Air Pollutants during twenty nineteen from a new report from Environment Texas, and our own Katie Watkins brings us more details. Unauthorized emissions can come from things like equipment malfunctions or maintenance work in Texas. The amount of unauthorized emissions has more than doubled since two thousand and fifteen according to this new report Catherine Frazier with the advocacy. Group Environment Texas we found that every single day in twenty nineteen, an industrial facility. Somewhere in Texas illegally pleaded our air what can seem like small everyday pollution events they they really add up and that's why we need better accountability for polluters. In Texas, Frazier says, they found that companies only face financial penalties for these emissions about three percent of the time in Houston unauthorized emissions more than tripled compared to the previous year. A series of chemical disasters contributed to that increase including the massive fire at ITC's petrochemical facility in deer park. I'm Katie Watkins in

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Federal judge throws out Trump challenge to Pennsylvania voting

Hefren-Tillotson's Your Money and You

01:02 min | Last week

Federal judge throws out Trump challenge to Pennsylvania voting

"Trump campaign. The suit claimed unmanned ballot drop boxes lied to fraud. Attorneys also challenge state guidance, which says mail in ballots should not be rejected, even if the signature does not match the one on file the goal. Jack is the legal director of the of Pennsylvania. One of the organizations, which challenged the lawsuit. He tells Katie Kay, this case is probably not over yet, And I have no doubt that before Election Day, this case well To the United States Supreme Court and at some point high court is gonna weigh in on this lawsuit. The Allegheny County Elections division, meanwhile, says numerous voters have received incorrect ballots. Katie Kay radios. Boris Shylock has that story. The county elections division says they received calls from approximately 20 county voters that had received mail in or absentee ballot packets, which contained the wrong ballot. The county is encouraging absentee, airmail and voters to check if the voting material they've received is correct and to contact the elections division if it is not County spokesperson told the Post was that the issue lies in

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My Life in Plants with illustrator Katie Vaz

On The Ledge

04:07 min | Last week

My Life in Plants with illustrator Katie Vaz

"Hi. My name is Katie Vase and I'm an illustrator and author based in upstate New York and I recently put out a call my life in plants, which is an illustrated memoir. Really great to have you on the show Katie I. Apologize in advance if my voice is bit creaky, it's cold season here even though the sun is beaming through the window and making my class Claudia. Cloudy. Culture here. So I apologize if I'm sounding creaky, but it's great to have you on the show. Thanks for having me. I'm really looking forward to talking to you about this book because it's something a little bit different from the normal kind of house plot book we talk about. Can you just talk us through? The basic premise of the book share. So my life implants is in illustrated memoir that tells the story of my life through thirty nine plants and flowers that have been like an audience to various parts of my life all the way back to childhood up to Present Day each chapter in the book features a particular plan or flour and I talk about the memories. That are attached to it or if there any lessons that I think that I learned during that time period some of the stories in the book are warm and light in a stall Jake while others are a bit heavy poignant. I would say because it's a memoir. It's of course very personal to me about my life, but I do talk about some universal experiences. That I think a lot of people can relate to such as just like growing up in Virginia Path in life and figuring out who you are and being okay with where you are the mistakes you've made and how all those things have helped you grow in and formed you into who you are today. Well, it's really wonderful to find out that you are awesome. As Nostril Jake about certain plans as I am and there are specific stories tied to these plans you sort of unraveled them in the book. So well, what do you think it is that plots bring out those nostalgic emotions in you. So plants and flowers and everything related to gardens has sort of been around in my life as far back as I can remember and. I even noticed it or he really cared about plants that much. But a lot of. My childhood memories are attached to plants and gardening in and flowers and Yeah. Just some of my strongest memories from growing up my GRANDPA had a huge garden when I was little and You know all all of my younger memories are around like sitting outside surrounded by off the hind trees. In the different plants he would plan the eating vegetables and fruits from the garden and. Now. That I'm older. I. Think Plan Sunflowers and gardening have been my way to connect to my family. So I fortunate enough to live near family and I can see them fairly often not this year really fun. Any other normal year but it's a way to feel close to the people that are around anymore or just something to connect me to my. Roots in where I come from. So I think there's a lot of like Yeah. Just like deeply routed into who I've been since the beginning of my life it's amazing. Isn't it the power of plants to bring out emotion I've this year art been growing African marigolds and not even because I really liked them just because the smell when you did had them so. Nostalgic for me of being child and my dad had quite solve. This was the eighty s quite traditional eighties bedding plant tastes creating African marigolds. Just. Just snapping off and getting this the flowers and getting these this really strong sense. And it really does take me back to being a child in our garden. Yeah. Plant marigolds to for that same reason that they were around when I was younger and it's a unique sent it is and my. My family, my parents live overseas in Canada. So I haven't seen my dad for four years. So it's it is for me. It's a really powerful thing to be able to. Unleash that but

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Foles Beats Brady Again As Chicago Bears Squeeze Tampa Bay Buccaneers

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

00:19 sec | Last week

Foles Beats Brady Again As Chicago Bears Squeeze Tampa Bay Buccaneers

"Week of the NFL season began like Super Bowl 52 ended with an unsuccessful attempt by quarterback Tom Brady to lead his team from behind to victory against the team Quarterback By Nick Foles. Last night Falls led the Bears passed Brady in the Buccaneers 20 to 19 2nd week in a row. Brady's former team has had its game rescheduled because of covert 19 a

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House Democrats say Big Tech must be reined in

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

01:39 min | Last week

House Democrats say Big Tech must be reined in

"Democrat led House Antitrust committee will proposed to break up Silicon Valley's tech giants after a year long investigation into competition in the technology sector, a Republican member of the subcommittee said. The antitrust enforcement agencies need more resource is and Say the Republicans. Some of the Democrats proposals are nonstarters for conservatives. Before we go even further in this, I would be very careful about saying Well, let's see Republicans are against it, so I'm against it. Democrats are for it, so I'm bored or vice versa. Number one. These issues are a little complicated. Number two Silicon Valley Big tech throws around so much freaking money. They have so many Congress people, senators unleashes diamond studded choke chain Haven't you told us? Google is the biggest audience. I remember it was, like last year or something like that. It probably stand from both sides The Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, they they go a little more heavily left and right, But yeah, they write enormous checks and find ways to Ah Finance other groups that write checks campaign. Finally, finance laws are AH, ajoke Eso anyway. The Democrats proposal would, for example, prevent Google from owning both the world's biggest search engine and YouTube. While Amazon won't be able to sell its own products on its marketplace. Home. Now, buck this Republican. We're we're we're quoting Told Politico in a statement Monday agrees with the several Democrats that tech giants have acted in anti competitive manner and that the next phase is to work on solutions. They just don't really love the solutions.

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Stephen Miller latest White House adviser to test positive for COVID-19 in Washington DC

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00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

Stephen Miller latest White House adviser to test positive for COVID-19 in Washington DC

"Stephen Miller, President Trump's senior advisor and speech writer, has tested positive for Corona virus. A senior administration official says Miller had previously tested negative. White House officials have tried to contain an outbreak of the White House that has infected President Trump the first lady and more than a dozen other aides and associates. His wife, Katie Miller, who serves his communications director for vice President Mike Pence, previously

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A Conversation With Big Freedia

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04:05 min | 2 weeks ago

A Conversation With Big Freedia

"Ri Babies, alright alright calm down. We talked to free and her five dogs from her home in New Orleans chef. So that's the five babies honey read offense. -Ation Yan. Say Royal and Farrell four girls and one boy and there are a hot mess right now 'cause they in heat. It is some stuff going on in here I'M READY TO WHIP ALL MED. Dig To grew up in public housing in the city's third ward and was super close with her family and neighbors as a kid free to pitched in with her mom's hairdressing business helped her aunt Organiz second line parades and saying in her Church's Gospel Choir every Sunday when she was in middle school in the early nineties, a new genre called bounce was starting to pop off in her neighborhood. It sounded like hip hop mixed with New Orleans brass band beats, and Mardi Gras parade chance. was planted like at the you know in our community and it was planted at the block parts at like the middle school dances and baby you hear that beat come on, you'll hit booming. You'll hear that trigger male. Brown. Cheeky Black Party was MAPA give because everybody getting hype an people starting to go crazy all the girls thought in the running these thought notorious though I'm getting excited like I'm saying it right now my leg was shaking my hands are moving because I'm featuring bill. You know I'm I have my hands on a flow in my feet on the wall and I'm upside down like shaking and. When you heard it is just with like infectious everybody just started to spray and we were just. In on rhythm in an hour own motion. Caroline, my legs were shaking right now to and. Not. Even they're not even those. Same So when Frieda was around twenty in the late nineties, her longtime friend Katie read emerged as the first trans bounce rapper and basically became the godmother of the genre and watching Katie. Read on stage really changed fritos life. Lock them. Why? Pay Him. Why We were friends before she started doing the music. And to see her. First doing the music our so. Happy and so excited because it's like damn my friend doing this. You know what I'm saying and she the first Gaiger in new. Orleans, like this is big. This is a part of history. This is you know this is a tone Saturday it was the thought of something new and fresh for her and us as friends and Orleans and. It was like an incredible moment like I'm just glad to be a part of that moment. fritos started helping Katie out dancing backup for her and helping her in the studio. Eventually she started performing herself using a nickname of friend had given her big. Frida. I was just like I gotTa have a face name that these girls is not gonNA forget I want to do something different. You know that everybody was doing. You know we had already we had Katie Ray we have Vaccari do I say, well, what's GonNa make me stay out different from them. So I when I do my stage introduction I was say this the one and only big the queen diva the either your best up on leave and the crowd would just go crazy and if you owe. Her name. Lucy. She created diva the. Believe. The late Nike.

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"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:44 min | 5 months ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Doing right this is Katie K. A. radio seventy degrees at Pittsburgh International at ten o'clock on board a Shiloh off six million Australians have downloaded a mobile phone app that helps health authorities trace coronavirus infections federal health minister Greg hunt says the coded safe app is playing a strong role in Australia's response to the pandemic and several countries have expressed interest in learning from its positive impacts if the user is diagnosed in the app works to identify other users who have been in close proximity for fifteen minutes or more in the previous three weeks the government has said at least forty percent of Australia's twenty six million people need to use the app for it to be effective China meanwhile reported three new cases and South Korea twenty five police in a suburban Cleveland the city say they are investigating three fatal accidents on interstate ninety in the first day of Memorial Day holiday weekend W. O. Y. O. TV reports that Euclid police say two out of the three crashes early Saturday were hit and skips authorities say a motorcyclist hit a guard rail and died one hour later a man standing on the interstate was struck and killed and a woman who may have been trying to render aid was struck and died in the hospital the vehicles in both of those cases fled the scene our airlines cutting travel to your city CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes reports the department of transportation says it will tentatively allow fifteen airlines to stop lights to about sixty cities most of them small but the airlines say none of the destinations would lose service completely American Airlines wants to stop lying to aspen Colorado among other places and delta wants to stop service to flint Michigan and Lincoln Nebraska United wants to stop lights to Fairbanks Alaska and myrtle beach South Carolina among other places the airlines say the markets are secondary and could be served by other nearby airports Alison Keyes CBS news nearly two weeks ago the White House urged governors to ensure that every nursing home resident and staff member be tested for the corona virus within fourteen days it appears that will not happen a review by the Associated Press found that at least half of the states are not going to meet white houses that meet the white house's Monday deadline and many aren't even bothering to try many say the logistics costs and manpower needs are too great to accomplish the testing goal in a two week window some say they need another week or so while others say they need much more time churches across the country are preparing to reopen after president trump on Friday deem them essential and called on governors to open the places of worship Berlin New Jersey's solid rock Baptist church's pastor Charles Clark tells us the procedures his place of worship are taking to keep the pressure safe include people coming to our church will have a touchless temperature taken anybody one hundred point four and above would not be able to come to the church building everybody coming into the church building will wear masks about three hundred people have registered to attend the church's first in person worship service since the start of the stay at home mortars and a legendary hall of fame collegiate hoops coach has died I'm Tom Foley Eddie Sutton with three college basketball teams to the NC double a tournament he was also the first coach to take for school for the so called big bands he was just elected to the basketball hall of fame last month but did not live long enough to be part of the ceremony his family says Eddie Sutton died of natural causes at home in the Tulsa Oklahoma area Eddie Sutton was eighty four years old Tom Foley CBS news instead of three your accu weather forecast is coming up next when designing a golf course a pro must have experience.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:27 min | 5 months ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The firm studio doing doing right this is Katie K. A. radio sixty four degrees at Pittsburgh international at eleven o'clock onboard Shiloh off a third round rimmed in his beer is on its way to hospitals across the Commonwealth so says the state department of health in the press release says some eighty nine hundred doses of the investigational antiviral medication were since two eighty one hospitals on Friday including a locally to UPMC's Presbyterian Shadyside and mercy and Allegheny health network Allegheny general west Penn and Jefferson among others the FDA suggests rib does appear it may ink may decrease the amount of virus in the patient's body and decrease recovery time the government in England has told schools to start re opening some classrooms a starting June first as the county rather the country they're cautiously eases coronavirus restrictions children aged four to six will be among the first to return that has parents nervously asking each other whether they are sending their children back the policy has sparked a heated debate with teachers unions is saying it's not safe for staff children and their families they also say it risks creating a spike in infections others argue it's impossible to eliminate risk and school closures are exacerbating education inequality some schools have put down tape spread out desks and designed a stagger timetables to ensure students don't mix in large groups top trump administration officials reportedly considered ending a decades long moratorium on nuclear testing CBS news correspondent Vicki Barker reports the topic reportedly surfaced this past week at a meeting of senior officials from the top national security agencies The Washington Post reports they discussed conducting what would be the first U. S. nuclear tests since nineteen ninety two the trump administration asserts that China and Russia have each resumed low level testing something both countries deny it appears the meeting ended with the decision to take other measures instead the Barker CBS news Republicans are trying to use the three trillion dollar coronavirus relief bill that speaker Nancy Pelosi pushed through the house as a weapon in this November's elections to attack moderate Democrats they are highlighting pieces of the legislation like benefits it would provide it to immigrants who came into the U. S. illegally but the GOP faces an uphill climb in their drive to win seventeen seats and control of the chamber and they'll have to do that despite president Donald trump's negative marks from voters for his handling of the pandemic and in the face of an economy in its worst shape since the Great Depression some three billion people around the world have nowhere to wash their hands at home escalating fears over the spread of covert nineteen here's A. B. correspondent Sarah Bassett intense and other crowded settlements around the world clean waters gas across Africa more than half of the continent's one point three billion people must leave their homes to get washed up nearly a decade of civil war has damaged much of Syria's water infrastructure affecting millions in Yemen five years of war has left over three million people displaced with no secure water sources and in minutes Brazil three hundred families in one indigenous community have water in the three days a week from a dirty well charity group WaterAid fee is the global funding is being rushed towards vaccines and treatments without any real commitment to prevention I'm surpasses.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:55 min | 6 months ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This is Katie K. A. radio the six degrees at its very international at eight o'clock going rose Ryan Douglas the latest figures show more than one point six five million people have filed for unemployment benefits in Pennsylvania since the business shut down in mid March KDKA radio's Jody Steele reports secretary of labor and industry Jerry Oleksiak says the state is paid out three point five billion dollars in benefits but I know if you're not on the right side of those statistics that doesn't help we know that there are people are frustrated going desperate he says a thousand state workers have been transferred to take calls and process forms seventy labor industry retirees brought back one hundred new hires to train next month still thousands of calls don't get through the email back up is twenty five days Jody studio newsradio ten twenty KDKA outdoor activity related businesses such as golf courses marinas guided fishing trips and privately open campgrounds will be allowed to re open statewide starting may first governor Tom wolf announced to be lifting the restrictions this Friday but the businesses will still need to follow guidelines prioritizing public health and safety the trump administration has offered new written guidance to states on corona virus testing here CBS's Stephen Portnoy the president is sounding cheerful things are moving along and he says he's only hearing good things from governors these were not complaining people these were people that were they had everything they needed the leaders of several states have been clamoring for the federal government to do more to procure testing supplies the president's new blueprint for testing still puts the onus on governor's describing the administration as the supplier of last resort still the White House now says it will ensure states get what they need Steven Portnoy CBS news Washington state health secretary Dr Rachel Levine says we will see more covert nineteen testing in the coming days in Pennsylvania we discussed the possibility of a mass testing site or maybe mobile vans and we're gonna have more granular detail about that it later this week as for what is enough testing and contact tracing Dr Levine said there's no specific number that they will look globally at their ability to expand testing through hospitals health systems and other medical providers and they've had discussions with rite aid also people will be hired to do case investigations and contact tracing fewer than one thousand new cases of covert nineteen in Pennsylvania reported today the total now forty two thousand fifty about sixteen hundred of them fatal in Allegheny county alone there are six new deaths today thirteen new covert nineteen cases reported this morning the death toll is now seventy nine with twelve hundred twenty four cases confirmed since the pandemic began as always for more information on covert nineteen go to KDKA radio dot com slash coronavirus shotspotter alerts in Pittsburgh police to the fourteen hundred block of Eleanor street in the south side slopes around one o'clock this afternoon they found a male with a gunshot wound to the stomach he was conscious and alert but in critical condition as medics took him to the hospital there were no other reported injuries one nearby building was hit by a bullet no motive or description of a suspect at this time about fifteen minutes ago KDKA TV reporting a large police presence in Brighton heights on Shoreham street good idea to avoid that area right now in sports former NASCAR champion Matt Kenseth will come out of retirement to compete for chip Ganassi racing he is the replacement for fire driver Kyle Larson it is zero three we will check Tripoli traffic and accu weather next this is Greg shoes in ski from the original mattress factory the last few weeks have been unlike anything we've ever seen but when this is all over and daily life begins to return to normal let's remember how we work together to protect the vulnerable let's remember how much a simple phone call to check in on our family.

Katie K.
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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:08 min | 6 months ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The voice of desperate this is Katie K. radio ten twenty on Larry Richard and Kevin battle good morning Larry you know we had talked yesterday that it was gonna rain all day throughout the afternoon so I sat down after the show and started watching some TV other people ventured into shows that they would have never even dreamed they would have a the time or interest in watching absolutely I yesterday I watched a bit on a documentary kick I watched in silence Patton silencing patent which was tremendous is my world the World War two and how Patton died in a car crash in where their conspiracy theories about it because he was gonna start talking about how poorly the U. S. said that run some of the campaigns through Europe and sort of extended the war a little bit and cost a lot of lives and then sort of folded Berlin to the communists and then but I also watch certifiably Jonathan winters yes he knew that what was the one you were taken it was either Jonathan winters or you texted me about there was another show you're gonna watch instead yeah there are a couple that I was gonna watch I ended up watching one of them was a George R. Martin the documentary as well about his career so yeah it does look quite a few options I watched most of them will last night after the evening overnight we had those severe storms moved through the area and as you just heard Paul Rasmussen say fifty thousand one hundred sixty three without power in the region let's go live to accu weather world headquarters meteorologist heather serwis with us have a good morning Hey good morning sell these up thunderstorms turned into some really nasty storms with high winds that did a lot of damage in the region yeah they really did in fact take a look at some of these reports from across the area there were some wind gusts reports up to about seventy five miles an hour this is not the kind of thing that we usually see in April usually this is the kind of thing you might see more in on June at night or perhaps in the July we're start to gather a lot more that higher humidity and things like that going on to help to kind of fuel these things but yeah there were these very high winds that moved through the area we also ended up with quite a bit of rainfall ended up with between the benches and an inch of rain which I'm sure has called some ponding of water on road users while heather was this storm bigger than expected I mean why expect a rain throughout the day yesterday afternoon but we had a beautiful afternoon and then all of sudden got slammed I mean this is a big storm from everywhere from like new castle got hit of castle Shannon got hit hard all the way up to the center township in beaver cafe so was a big bad storm was expected to be this bad we thought that the worst of it would end up being a part of the Ohio valley and and then it was time to weekend coming into Pennsylvania except for perhaps a.

Katie K.
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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Right this is Katie K. A. radio it is six thirty three transnational at five o'clock calling rose Ryan Douglas no city of Pittsburgh employee layoffs this year because of the covert nineteen economic downturn KDKA radio's Jody Steele has the story mayor bill Peduto says it's too early to estimate the hits on city finances but he does know we will have a deficit this year we simply won't have enough money to pay the bills but we also recognize that's why we created the reserve fund but it says he can't promise there will be cutbacks next year and it might take two or three years of budgets to dig out of the hole on the north shore Jody studio there's radio ten twenty KDKA a record long streak of U. S. job growth ended suddenly in March after nearly a decade as employers cut seven hundred one thousand jobs because of the viral outbreak that's all but shut down the U. S. economy the unemployment rate jumped to four point four percent from a fifty year low of three point five percent governor Tom wolf suggests today that we wear a cloth mask in public to help slow the spread of coronavirus Dr Rachel Levine state health secretary says a mask is another tool to protect yourself and others against the spread of covert nineteen supporting to remember that your mask protects me against exposure to covert nineteen and my mask protects you against exposure it suggested they be worn when going for groceries or the pharmacy more than fourteen hundred more people have tested positive in this state for a total of over eighty four hundred there were twelve new deaths for the statewide total toll now is one hundred two you can see the story of today's briefing by governor wolf and Dr Levine along with a link to make your own mask at KDKA radio dot com White House we in testing for corona virus among people set to meet with the president and vice president CBS's Stephen Portnoy says the results can be returned within minutes the White House is the rapid test will be administered to anyone in close proximity to either the president or the vice president the aim is to limit inadvertent transfer mission by people who may not be showing symptoms temperature checks are already being done on everyone who enters the White House aides say the tests will not be conducted on reporters even though they're often brought into the room to cover events and sitting in the briefings just feet away bill withers has died the AP's Oscar wells Gabriel says he's being remembered as one of the top recording artists of his generation you know sunshine when she go visitation Questlove says bill with this was the closest thing that black folks had to someone like a Bruce Springsteen and in his life in music with those data exemplified that working class ethos even posing for the cover of his first album while on a break at work still holding his lunch pail his biggest hit lean on me was performed at the inaugurations of both Barack Obama and Bill Clinton eight and No sunshine are among those on rolling stone's list of the five hundred greatest songs of all time bill withers was eighty one I'm Oscar wells Gabriel on Wall Street today have for intelligence says the Dow closed down three hundred sixty one points at twenty one thousand fifty two nasdaq was down one hundred fourteen points the S. and P. down thirty eight in sports world triathlon has extended its expansion of all events from the end of April to the end of June because of the.

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"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:25 min | 7 months ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Doing right this is Katie K. A. radio it is fifty seven degrees at Pittsburgh International at five o'clock going rose Ryan Douglas researchers at the university of Pittsburgh say they have a potential vaccine against covert nineteen that works in mice and is ready for human trials KDKA radio's Jody Steele reports the big research team was able to develop this vaccine at about eight weeks because of previous work on the sars and mers viruses Dr Louis fellow says they use what's called a spike protein from the virus to build immunity and our goal is to use a piece of that virus a piece of that spike proteins so that we are able to induce antibody responses to block that interaction so that the virus can't enter the self a microneedle patch delivers a protein in the skin it goes on like a bandaid with regulatory approval they hope to start you've been trial soon Jodie Steele newsradio ten twenty KDKA there are sixty three new confirmed cases of covert nineteen in Allegheny county today bringing the total to four hundred nineteen Allegheny county health department reports seventy hospitalizations past and present nine more than yesterday two deaths as a result of the corona virus have been recorded in this county the latest numbers from the Brighton rehabilitation and wellness center show that thirty eight patients have been infected with corona virus that's an increase of four from yesterday the Beaver County nursing home also confirms a third patient who tested positive for the virus has died a statement says the exact cause of death is not clear management says they have also reached agreement with workers represented by the S. E. I. U. for ongoing operations Allegheny health network has created a new test kit production center but how many test kits can the volunteers produce and how quickly A. H. and director of clinical microbiology Kelly Stefano Cole joined KDKA radio's Lynne Hayes Freeland to run through the numbers side tomorrow we will have six thousand **** needs are and and packaged in out in our distribution center ready for release one we finish our our quality control process Stefano Cole adds that over the next two to three weeks that we making a total of one hundred thousand kits Pennsylvania businesses faced a deadline tomorrow to seek an exemption from governor will shut down order he's ordered all non life sustaining businesses to close their physical locations until further notice to help slow the spread of coronavirus but established a waiver process for company owners that believe they should be exempt the state a lot more than thirty four thousand waiver requests through yesterday approving fifty six hundred denying eighty six hundred a state representative from Butler County is calling on the governor to rescind his business shutdown orders and make them voluntary in an open letter Republican representative Daryl Metcalfe writes your unconstitutional dictates an over reach into our lives in the marketplace has caused immeasurable harm and hardship for far more Pennsylvanians than the virus that cav says all jobs are life sustaining for the individual who works he says citizens should be encouraged not ordered to practice the social distancing corona virus outbreak has triggered a stunning collapse in the U. S. workforce with ten million people losing their jobs in the past two weeks and economists warning unemployment could reach levels not seen since the depression on Wall Street today have for intelligence as the Dow closed up four hundred seventy point at twenty one thousand four thirteen nasdaq up one hundred twenty six points the SNP up fifty six in sports was phoning the Tokyo Olympics to twenty twenty one will make the event more costly according to the I..

Katie K.
"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Doing right this is Katie K. A. radio there's guys in thirty three degrees at seven o'clock on board is Shaila off I'm extending my stay at home order across the state regardless of where you reside in Pennsylvania you should not leave your home unless absolutely necessary as governor Tom wolf and he has placed all of Pennsylvania under in order to stay at home dramatically expanding their geographic footprint of the quarantine as state officials combat the corona virus pandemic wolf added thirty four counties to his stay at home edict that means residents of all sixty seven of Pennsylvania's counties must now stay at home as much as possible to help slow the spread of covert nineteen coronavirus infections are continuing to rise dramatically in the Commonwealth there have been nearly one thousand new confirmed cases reported as of Wednesday meanwhile Pennsylvania state police will no longer respond in person to some types of calls Detroit has emerged meanwhile as one of the hot spots for covert nineteen nationwide and in other cities military personnel and civilians are working together to quickly transform a convention center into a one thousand bed field hospital as they are in Detroit AP correspondent Ben Thomas reports from the motor city partitions are going up beds are being assembled while oxygen and back up power lines are being laid he feels more like a setting lieutenant colonel Greg Turner of the army corps of engineers says when complete it'll look more like an emergency room then and I see you he says they should be putting patients in beds by April tenth hi Ben Thomas economists are bracing for another record breaking jobs report from the labor department as layoffs continue to climb CBS news correspondent during non reports if you don't the report last week was painful this one could be even worse estimates for the number of workers applying for first time jobless benefits will come in somewhere between three million and five and a half million if these forecasts are on target it will be as many claims in two weeks as in the first six months of the Great Recession and there's a chance last week's three point two eight million will be revised higher urine on CBS news a West Virginia middle school has joined the legion of homemakers businesses and other places to produce masks for the healthcare industry Andrew Jackson middle school in cross lanes says its staff used a three D. printer and a print file to produce its first night masks this week the move came in response to a request from the West Virginia National Guard for basic medical supplies the school staff conducted online research and did some trial and error before embarking on the task with plastic materials commonly used in three D. printing the school says the night masks are being donated to nurses in the intensive care unit at St Mary's Medical Center in Huntington for more information on covert nineteen go to KDKA radio dot com slash corona virus and a quick check of sports Wimbledon has been canceled for the first time since World War two because of the corona virus pandemic at the all England club announced Wednesday after an emergency meeting that the.

Katie K.
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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:34 min | 7 months ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This is Katie K. A. radio twenty nine degrees at Pittsburgh international at eight thirty I Melinda rotor I Clayton resident who died yesterday at Jefferson hospital in pencil is Pennsylvania's second coronavirus fatality the patient was in their late sixties Allegheny county officials also announced this weekend that they have now been a total of thirty one confirmed cases of cobit nineteen in the county for patients remain hospitalized county executive rich fitzgerald encourages residents to stay home and continue practicing social distancing we need to listen to the folks that do this for a living every day that that have dedicated their lives to a medical needs that the the needs of the the community health care needs of the community and those are the folks I think we should all the listings and another corona virus closer the omni William Penn hotel downtown is now temporarily closed he joins several other major hotels to suspend operations and lay off workers until the spread of corona viruses under control managers say they will re assess each week and reopen as quickly as possible but they expect to be closed until June first the official newspaper of the Catholic diocese of Pittsburgh is reportedly terminated all of its employees the Pittsburgh post Gazette reports that employees were notified by conference call late Thursday some employees told the P. G. they expected layoffs but not permanent termination the Pittsburgh Catholic had about eighty three thousand readers most copies were mailed in bulk to churches the rest homes the paper was funded by money from parishes in advertising Pittsburgh public schools is teaming up with United Way to make sure families have access to basic needs like water and heat during the corona virus outbreak they're also working with local organizations to move the grab and go meal distribution sites across the city those sites will open this week from eleven until one o'clock Monday Tuesday and Friday students will also receive multiple meals on Tuesday for a full list of locations visit the school's website governor Tom wolf has extended the enforcement deadline for non essential businesses that were ordered to close their physical locations last week enforcement will now begin Monday morning at eight the postponement is partially due to push back from the business community Schultz Ford president and owner Richard bass he thinks the shutdowns or an over reaction that will hurt workers and the economy one hundred people I had the book at night and tell them they no longer had a paycheck that is not a pleasurable experience well the trump administration says millions of additional face masks are being distributed the administration is also looking at other options as CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick reports one of the options is searching for existing stockpiles in doctor and dentist office vice president Mike pence more Americans that the stepping away from elective surgery including elective dental care wording Dennis around America to look at their supplies of N. ninety five masks and make those available to our hospitals another option is new tests that people can perform on themselves eliminating the need for health care workers to use protective gear and president trump says they're investigating sanitizing mass so they don't have to be thrown out after each use doctors and nurses have been treating patients with the corona virus have been getting sick themselves and now much needed masks have been in very short supply across the country KCBS TV reporter Jeff Newman tells us that some good Samaritans though are donating masks to health care professionals in need of protection March fall is the head of these illegal school in.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:09 min | 7 months ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Doing doing right this is Katie K. A. radio fifty two mostly cloudy at eleven o'clock I'm Paul Rasmussen stocks are sharply lower after resuming trading on corona virus pandemic fear the selloff slamming global markets came after president trump imposed a travel ban on a number of countries in Europe on Wall Street after until since as the Dallas right now down to sixteen hundred eighty three points to twenty one thousand eight seventy one the nasdaq is down four hundred forty three points the S. and P. is down one hundred sixty six a total lockdown in Italy where all stores now accept pharmacies and food markets are closed in response to the cobit nineteen operate Sabina castle Franco reports for CBS since Lee's death toll has risen to over eight hundred with a jump of close to two hundred cases in twenty four hours cities are practically deserted within the food stores and pharmacies allowed to remain open but even to enter these people are allowed in one at the time and everyone must maintain a safe distance from each other Italy has the biggest corona virus outbreak outside of China Congress is shutting the capital and all house and Senate office buildings to the public until April disclosure begins at five PM today lawmakers aides journalist and official visitors will be allowed into the buildings five more presumptive cases of Kobe at nineteen in Pennsylvania now bringing the total to twenty one statewide the new cases are in north Hampton and Montgomery counties Colfax elementary school in squirrel hill is closed today as student may have been exposed to the corona virus from a relative Pittsburgh public schools says the district will clean the building with a cleaner that sprays a mist that clings to services and it really is in a related story Woodland Hills intermediate school is closed due to possible crowbars exposure the building is being disinfected because of what the districts as as a potential student interaction with the staff member from Colfax school Woodland Hills intermediate will be re opening on Monday the Pittsburgh public schools employee is self quarantine for the next fourteen days here's Katie K. A. T. V.'s Nicole Ford though courting to a release they sat out the employees college age child was potentially exposed to the corona virus at a conference in DC school officials say there is no concern at this point to any student staff or their families because the employee quarantine herself prior to her child returning to Pittsburgh for more information on Kobe it nineteen go to KDKA radio dot com page it's it's slash corona virus the number of new flu cases is holding steady in Allegheny county the number of flu deaths is up KDKA radio show to steal reports three new flu deaths brings to fifteen the number of people who have died from the flu in the county this season it was six this time last year A. H. and Dr Brian lamb says it's hard to compare flu and coronavirus death rates because so few people have been tested for covert nineteen fortune what we're looking at is we're comparing the deaths only to the confirmed cases of the three new flu deaths see tour in the early seventies one in the.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:18 min | 8 months ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The firm studio doing good doing right this is Katie K. A. radio it is twenty five degrees at Pittsburgh International at five thirty on rose Ryan Douglas California governor Gavin Newsom and state public health officials addressed concerns today regarding their first case of someone being infected with the cove in nineteen virus who has no idea how it was transmitted some eighty four hundred plus are currently being monitored with forty nine local jurisdictions doing those protocols and monitoring California state health officer stresses that they are working closely with the CDC and that the risk to the general public remains low stocks continued their slide as fears of a corona virus spread along with the virus guy suppose she chief economist PNC financial services group expects the markets to be volatile until we know how the corona virus shakes out and it could lead to an economics economic slowdown I do expect to see slower economic growth that is going to be a drag on stock prices but I don't expect to see an outright recession however it is still possible that we could get one on Wall Street today have for intelligence as the Dow closed down eleven hundred ninety one points landing at twenty five thousand seven sixty six the nasdaq was down four hundred fourteen point at eighty five sixty six and the S. and P. down one hundred thirty seven points at twenty nine seventy eight former state lawmaker Mike former pleaded guilty today eleven county court to three counts of possessing child porn and one count of criminal use of a communication facility for having items on his cell phone no sentencing date yet he also will be evaluated as potentially violent sexual offence under state laws former was a sitting four term state senator last September when he was arrested police say a search of his cell phone on a ward had turned up to images of child **** the former mayor of Baltimore gets three years in prison after pleading guilty to federal conspiracy and tax evasion Catherine Pugh was sentenced today for selling herself published healthy Holly children's books to non profit organizations to promote her political career and find her run for mayor a new research lab in the world of virtual reality opened today in Pittsburgh KDKA radio's Jody studio has the story about a hundred Facebook employees work in this four story brick and glass building at fifteenth street in the strip district it's called the Facebook reality lab director Yasir Sheikh says they're developing avatars three dimensional faces soon hold people in groups of people and their environment this is something that we've built here in in Pittsburgh it's one of a kind there's nothing else like it in the world and that's based in the center of the storm what you're seeing there are hundreds of high resolution high frame rate cameras and microphones and this is where we build up a charge these avatars can be used in education entertainment and at work once the technology is here in the surface or Joe distilled newsradio ten twenty KDKA kia is recalling more than one hundred ninety three thousand cars and minivans in yet another move to fix the nagging problems that could cause engine fires the largest of two U. S. recalls released by the government today covers certain twenty thirteen and fourteen optima midsize cars the second recall covers certain twenty eleven and twenty twelve Sedona minivans that recall expected to start April sixteenth in sports pirates loss to the Orioles thirteen nothing this afternoon penguins.

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"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Wouldn't have a ha ha now that we have it don't have a paper a hard copy today anyway and then you would only have Katie K. as your option right I mean time times have changed but we're still providing good news information especially as it relates to well lots to talk about today and show when you think Larry we got a lot going on so thank you Paul will lead to get to your massive stack of news check with Hey Paul coming here after the break is I got some really good not role for you she's learned quickly that in this letter mob that's all you gotta do a spring and some food and the staff in the newsroom will enjoy so we'll keep you covered on all the weather information that's going on right now in Pittsburgh it's been just wet mmhm but as Kathy indicated just a heads up you could encounter some slick spots just be careful on those bridges as as Paul is communicating yes so do otherwise what do you think people are going to be talking about today the D. A. vote for the impeachment should come this week I have a house right probably not a lot of people talking about that necessarily this morning I think we're heading into the last weekend before Christmas right so if you're a parent or grandparent you're thinking about finishing the last wrapping your presence planning your mail perhaps at least for me that's that's my focus yeah for three kids and a husband or your partner there you've got this past weekend so you were just detail on to me so what do you do that's what you were doing right for kids for kids Larry well that's right add one to the mix here fifteen to age too so we have we have all of the all of the mix here in the house and and so were you know we know that top tech gadgets of of twenty nineteen twenty twenty we know for the two year old what what toys are gonna last longer right we've been through the yeah buy everything phase and six months later you're giving it all away so put poor daisy she doesn't get as much as probably the first daisy she's up almost two Emma she had a brand brand new kitchen set this weekend the dad built took four hours away did you give it to orient we've we tell me if you know what you couldn't wait well here's the thing she was just bored in the house here she is she needs to needs more things to do she's into everything she's into our cabinet so we thought let's build her own fancy kitchen set and how that go over it's going over well I mean she likes it let's see if it lives fifteen to two yeah yeah so we can we get for at night and we got many mass you are all hands on deck well we've got a great show talking Tuesday the great documentarian Rixey back is gonna come in weather permitting I think it'll permit he's in this he answer you'll tied at the o'reilly theater downtown but he also has another show coming up it details you he this terrible fall he spent seven weeks Sam McGee that's horrible and he of course he's a filmmaker documentarian so we documented it good for him so he wants it tell us about that will also have United United States senator Pat Toomey that's this guy yes yes we allowed to ask him about so much going on and supporting other marines for their toys.

Katie K.
"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:14 min | 11 months ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"I don't know that he's gonna leave anything here for the boys and girls that work at Katie K. but this summer no no no no no right now he's just taking notes in that case he's just taken notes someone Jim colony well known combs yes good being concert on Saturday night at the PPG paints arena so as you know John this is unprecedented never witnessed this before the station among our own employees was offered a chance to win a pair of tickets yeah we had a raffle all you had to do was fill out an entry and they even gave me a toothbrush if you wanted to just say that that where they go when you want both those are two expressions I saw a box or something there yeah you're stressed working hands rush I wanted me to surprise him today I thought they were pens I don't know it's something they want to give away it's a bonus sign up to win in sick it's and you get a two price more than a bonus it's a hand hold to a lot of people now I could be but none the less so Jim who is a a Gino Vannelli fan first but apparently a little combs fan right and wants to go to the show so he goes around and in asks is fellow employees that might not want or be able to go like I can't go albeit with its football team so he said well would you mind put an entry and then and if you win then I'll take your tickets wait a minute so so this is a raffle by committee it's tremendous idea I don't know why anyone didn't it's the perfect idea right I don't know why everybody didn't think of it I signed up when no but their producer the fans producer Matt Hughes may they a mac all the producer for the fat actually won the tickets so I texted Jim immediately say in his mad on your team because I thought Matt was a fan of Lou combs too and turns out he SO gyms going to the show it mattered Horton target they have about that that minute and my goodness stands are in New York tonight that home and home of the islanders and we'll talk to Jim about that and more some of the Steelers spoke yesterday yes they did Mason Rudolph basically apologized for his role in the fight so that he got out of hand and handled it poorly meanwhile miles Garrett appealed to the NFL marquise Pouncey the day before that marquees Pouncey had an innovative last night where I was there Ian Braddock where they handed out thanksgiving meals to two hundred families Brian and marquis Sykes wrote the check for the turkeys right he bought the turkeys and the greater Pittsburgh community food bank provided the the rest of the stuff and it was handed out to very very grateful people are he's came and did not want to talk about what happened in Cleveland just talked about wanting to give back and Larry the entire line was there including the back ups all of them there to support our case and standing right next to mark case numbers eligible as advances that banner he is a character he is all my good guy he is and you know you don't realize it when you watch them on TV right it is see these guys museum at each other and all sorts of an occasional you'll see a small running back near these guys and you get a perspective of how big they are but until you are standing in the same room in close proximity these are mountains of men are hugely six nine Jack is so is Alejandro Avila waiver yeah he was he did yes they're both they do all of them imagine dude Stella hander of coming out to in his full combat uniform and and say so in as an army ranger and in between the two of them was Ramon foster who's no slouch now here I see him all written down on my hand but anyway they they want to talk about it I'm sure no I am and that was in the point of the event and that's not why we were there so we weren't there to talk about it but I thought Mason handled himself well I thought so too very well he just kind of said yeah I shouldn't have but the same time he explained how it all transpired right and even said to buy miles scare as he goes I don't I'm not hold it against them so well that can defuse a lot right either it certainly can and all indications are that it was out of character for miles scared as well well well what's coming up traffic and weather for the weekend next KDKA radio when you get scanned at the airport.

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"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"To. Katie k radio I should ask Bob from West Virginia should ask him while I had him on the phone. I don't know if you saw this story. Three members of west Virginia's house delegates are going to introduce legislation that would give ten million dollars of the states money to fund the wall. Because all of the opioid issues in West Virginia have been fixed okeydoke guy named day Caleb Hannah. Says he's the youngest of the West Virginia state rep's he's nineteen. He said of the legislation we owe it to the voters because of the ongoing drug problems throughout the state, bro. The ongoing drug problem throughout the state aren't from the Mexico border there from the doctors and the pill mills, you're right. You gotta massive opiate problem in West Virginia. And they they ain't coming from the border. They come from the pill mills and they're coming from the prescription pads. But okeydoke should ask Bob that doggonit eight six six three nine one ten twenty one or call get in before we get done, Andy and Wexford. Thank you for waiting on me and a urine. Katie k. Hi, hi, Eddie. I'm calling about the that incident that happened with the native American Indian. Yeah. The high school to high school kid that was taunting. The native American elder who is also a Vietnam vet at the Lincoln Memorial. Yeah. It was at the Lincoln Memorial. But some places reported as the Arlington National Cemetery. I think you're correct. It was the the Lincoln Memorial. It was during the indigenous peoples March that they had yesterday. Yeah. Yeah. And that that's kind of coincided with another March the March for life that drew like a hundred thousand people there was a March for life. There was the third annual women's March today, there are a lot of marches. Yeah. So I I don't know why everyone seems to be concentrating on this one day. But anyway, that's the one kid. It wasn't. It wasn't just the one kid. It was a whole bunch of people that were kind of mocking the end in which I I've found offensive, and I'm a Catholic. And I I feel for the administration that yeah. There should be some subs- suspensions. Well, the school the school district where the kids were from there from Covington. And if you don't know Covington Kentucky is literally right across the bridge from Cincinnati. Okay. But the the diocese it's a Catholic school in Covington and the Catholic school or the diocese has already said we're going to investigate and we're going to deal with it. And we are not happy and some people could get expelled. So there will be retribution. You hope. Right, right. I just found but I was kind of find it a little bit unusual. How well just this one native American just happened to go in the mental of the March for life people. And and do that it almost it wasn't at the March for life. It was at their own March. It was at a different March. It was at the indigenous peoples March. Right. Right. He was I if you watch the video he was all by himself. Surrounded by March for life people. So that the March for the invasion of sports. What's that got to do with the kid being an absolute horse's ass? Nothing. Excusing the kid. I'm just saying it, it almost seemed like something was being planted there for these banal kids to do this way it so they planted an American Indian there to rile up these Yuban aisles into behaving like jackasses. I think about that for a second. If I lean and I bet Andy. Be honest. If you and I walked down the street, and we look for a reason to be a horse's rear end. We can find it that doesn't mean. The reason we've found is where the blame gets put it was offensive. It was low brow. The kid needs somebody to stop his. But it's no more confusing than that. And if you want to remove the Vietnam veteran and the American Indian or native American and all of that being removed and the kids still needs to have himself snatched up a little bit because it was utterly disrespectful. Period. You gotta think about it past that if you're disrespectful for the sake of thinking, you can get away with it. Somebody needs to bust you one. I think the the parenting tournament is negative reinforcement. And for.

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"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Katie k. You unlock this door with the key of imagination beyond. It is another dimension dimension of sound a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind, you're moving into a land of both shadow and substance a things. You've just crossed over into the twilight zone. on rowdy. We'll make it. Here's a fork in the road ahead, which way, do you think it is right or left? Hope you know, what you're doing. What are you know? I do believe that's town of ahead. Peaceful valley relation. Nine eighty one. At least it's got a gas station rowdy. You just earned yourself a steak. anybody here. Do I can you fill it up? They'll see.

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"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"NewsRadio. Ten twenty. Katie k. Danas right. It was a classic show. And we're not done. Right. What I thought it couldn't get crazier. I go out. And I want to say how to me a-. And I get phone handed to me. And the phone is a very kind woman. Who is calling on a personal note to tell me that her husband found something the belongs to us. And wants to be able to get back to us. This is truly been the twilight zone. This show has been so far off the rails and script in there. There's very few times there's a script. But when I look at least the topics that we haven't even gotten to the New Jersey. The New Jersey schoolteacher who allegedly thought it was a good idea to snort morphine in front of the class. Oh, my palladino. At the elementary school was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance right there in class. The guy uses an empty big pan is a straw. And I'm looking at rose. And she's just like what rose this is. This your top news. I don't know. How I missed that one. How does this this day's been crazy? Yes, it has. All right. Let's go over to her right now..

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"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Katie k. is handle on the law. Marginal legal advice, Ray, tell you. You have absolutely no case whatsoever. Hey alphonso. Welcome to handle on the law morning. Yes. Sir. Okay. So this morning. I was using the public restroom out a. Carl Carl's junior near LAX, and it seemed like they were cleaning the bathrooms because I saw a woman inside cleaned the women's bathroom, and they had one some obstacle blocking the entrance to the bathroom. But there was a small gap where I could get him through. Not in CSI posted on demand bathroom indicating that we're Queen it. So I went through the gap. I went inside the bathroom nine set, my pants on that started peeing and this woman came in and she opened the door. And she asked me, and she told me that I needed to get out of the restroom because we're trying to clean it. And so I yelled at her and told her that she needed to close the door because I was trying to PM I have my penis in Miami. She refused. And I kept trying to argue with her that she needed to close the door. Because if I if I had been the other way around had I been a woman and had she been a man opening the door and people would have been upset, and she probably wouldn't have done the same. And. Okay. So so what's your question Alphonso? So what can I do? Well, what happened? We'll wait is that what happened to you? As a result of that. Well, my you weren't arrested. You want arrested were you know, I wasn't. Okay. So what's your question? That's all I was there any legal for procedure procedure. Again, why what how much how much money? Do you want for that? Well, just restitution restitution foot restitution for what for someone saying you're in the wrong bathroom get outta here. No. Because when I told her that if I if I had been a woman. Yeah. I understand. But if I e yeah. But if my grandmother had the right plumbing, she'd be my grandfather. So what the point is had I been a woman had I had no legs. Had I been in a wheelchair. Had. I had what if I was a double amputee. What if you know? It's just. Where are you going with this kind of restitution he wanted be much better? If you got arrested that would be terrific. There's a story. No. Okay. So there there's no no there's nothing happened to you. It's yeah. Want restitution now had he been arrested then it gets to be fun. And the question then becomes exposing yourself in front of a woman, and that's illegal. However, that's an intent crime. So arguing that it was an accident. I had no idea 'cause I was taken Lee went into the women's bathroom. Okay. That's one. So therefore there was no intent, and then the argument, which is really fun is I self identify as a woman penis or no penis that is my self identification. And then so that kind of interesting based on while certainly California because California's crazy, and so, but no, gee, I was told the stop it. And I said, no when we come on, really. Jeanie Jeanie Europe. Welcome to handle on the law. Hi. Yes. My husband, and I took out a loan at the credit union. And I still owe one hundred thousand my property was put up as collateral. I had a trust made and his name is no longer on the property when I went to the credit union. I found out only his name is on the laurel. Do I start to pay? Well, of course, you do. You don't get a free house. What one hundred thousand dollar mortgage, first of all the collateral is there. No, it's not the loan was taken out for house repairs. You're talking about the the original loan the original mortgage. Yeah. Of course, you have to it has to be paid. Yeah. Yeah. In that case. Everybody would kill their spouse and not have to all any money. Just not too bad an idea, but that it's difficult. The law makes it virtually impossible to do that. Jim. Hi, jim. Welcome to handle on the law. Okay. Is a young man contact to me. When he worked for me three months ago block would fell down from either to scalpel or the roof and hit him on the head, and he wouldn't have been going to the doctor. Now, the doctor says he needs to go see a specialist. Charts and permission, what am I up against here? Can you give it to your insurance company because you have insurance your insurance company calls for coverage for casual labour, I'm assuming this was casual labour, correct? All right. I mean, it wasn't wasn't a contract that you had with someone. None of that. It was just a guy who was doing work for you. Yeah. We'll splitting an education, all my home. Oh, whoa. So that was you contracted with a contractor who wasn't a contractor. That's actually even better because if he was working there, and he should have been licensed contractor. He's gonna have a real.

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"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"katie k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Katie k. Tobacco. The Jim Bohannon show. One eight six six five zero JIMBO how do you feel about what we said on Tuesday? We the collective way. Let's go to Terry in Austin, Minnesota next up. Hello, terry. Good evening shirts. A pleasure. Thank you. I'd like your opinion on something. Uh-huh. See all through the media, everybody criticises all the tweets and everything that Mr. Trump puts out, and it's it's uncensored. That's why he was voted in because he's not a politician. But now all of a sudden, that's a problem. You know? I mean, we have in these elections. We have the skit from Saturday Night Live on the one gentleman. And I don't think that was right. I'm a war veteran myself. But he opened himself up to that. So this. This holiday. Are being criticized for being actually a real person instead of a politician? And I just don't understand where where that goes. Well, where it goes first of all the president is a politician. He was a politician from the day declared for the presidency. He just hasn't been a very good one. Although he has improved somewhat. He goes around making enemies he doesn't need to make. He can't pass up a laugh line for his base, which you already has and creates enemies and creates a tiny doesn't need to. He's made a lot of mistakes as tweets are getting better. They no longer read quite as much like the graffiti on a a middle school boy's room wall. But what the president ought to do is have a lock box on his Twitter account that he cannot send anything out until after he's gotten up and have the time to think about it. Those three AM tweets get him at a lot of trouble. He's not here to entertain his base here to govern as I say. He says that he's toned down a bit. I agree and that's to his credit, but he can learn a lot more in that regard. So that's that's would be my take on what you've had to say Terry to call from Charlie in Sheridan, Wyoming on the Bohannon show. Hello, charlie. And welcome. Thanks, jimbo. Yeah. I agree with everything you've said in your analysis. And then I think it's really important hope some people in the Trump administration will convince him.

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