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"kenton county" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

02:18 min | Last month

"kenton county" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"The flash poll to forty five minutes. This is somewhat scientifically accurate. So far the total is four hundred and ten four trump and three for biden. And i mean it's it's it's not a bad ballot is as good as the other ones we got. We also got votes here for segment denison. We've got votes for kibaki otta now. We got votes for kanye west. That's unbelievable writings hired biden and in your poets. Doing well in the poll. That's all i can tell. He's not doing well at this point. No point willie. I'm not as concerned. You know i know where kentucky's going on more concerned with my local races. I want senator chris mcdaniel to get reelected all my other. Local senators damon. Thayer john schick will show to. they're on. the ballot is well. They're gonna get reelected then a much tougher district 'cause he's here in the very northernmost part of kenton county where we have too many Hamilton county democrats the move across the river. Not that that's bad thing. We always welcome and milton. County residents every year to no one. I can talk to you but it does. Make it a little harder for chris to win reelection. But he's going to but he needs all the votes out there and he thought that republicans to turn out ten county but the one that i'm really concerned about my good friend jovita. We already have enough. Crime believe across the river willing to keep the as possible and joe doesn't win reelection and get a lot worse so we're gonna have more refugees. That's right the population will go way up but it's gonna make it harder for republicans in kenton county so you know. We have to balance the New residents and the population growth with keeping the political balances tilted slightly in our favor. Well hopefully you'll have to have a blockade at the brent spence bridge hopefully riding cincinnati will be to a minimum by the biden supporters. If trump wins but rob sanders give my best everyone in the commonwealth. And may god bless you and god bless america. We get the government. We deserve an a. Times that worries me. That's true willie. God bless america. we're going to need god. Bless you thank you very much rob. Sandra thank you very much. Continue with more your reaction and your fall out. Tell me your experiences. And the polling places and on chip gerhard our to go and he talked about an eighty percent. Turnout not means today today in hamilton county alone we must have two hundred and twenty five thousand people vote today otherwise.

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"kenton county" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

05:07 min | 5 months ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Can't win again. I don't believe it, do you? Continue Thousands on hold millions of listening, I love that last guys got spunk has got courage got stainless steel backbone which I enjoy. A lot of people don't like the shots. You have freedom of choice to get the shots. Don't get the shots. That's fine. I know one thing July. Fourth is Independence Day. It's not dependence Independence Day. Let's continue in in coming up later. We have Kevin Jackson. The blacks fear also scheduled. Is Rob Sanders from Kenton County about what's happening there with the McGrath race against McConnell, and also what would happen if he had confronted, Chop situation in Covington. And of course, Seattle, that's underway right now as we speak to tear that thing apart, the insurrection has stopped. This is literally an insurrection. Embraced by a whole bunch of people. Black lives matter as much as any other life, but the goal is not to make things better. The goal is to destroy the country. That's the goal and they're using some useful idiots to help. Get it done. Your home, the reds. Bill Cunningham, seven hundred WWL W. Woman. A good woman steel. Make an old woman plus. One of the of the baby. You're. Bad? Cunningham the great American Kevin Jackson owns the black sphere radio talk, show host, and also author has a new movie coming out about the bleeding the blue and more and Kevin Jackson welcome again to the bill, Cunningham, show and Kevin. How are you? Job Willie. Already grow. Tell me. Of course it is rare to have African Americans independently thinking about their own communities in a way that might better everyone that lives in every community, but the movie bleeding the blue describe what that is. Breeding Blue is the name of it not bleeding, bleeding, blue, leaning blue and We'll daily. There's no such thing as African Americans. Let's get that straight all right so anyway. What is it about? It is We made this because at the time we wanted to bridge the gap between police and the black community, so we made it in two thousand eighteen limited release in theaters, and we thought.

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Kroger teams with Kentucky on a drive-thru coronavirus testing

America's Truckin' Network

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Kroger teams with Kentucky on a drive-thru coronavirus testing

"The state of Kentucky and Kroger have partnered to create free coronavirus drive through testing sites the first open Monday in Frankfort with the governor saying during his afternoon briefing that nearly one hundred tests have been done he also announced the next site which will be in northern Kentucky Wednesday we're opening our second facility and it's going to be in Kenton county the testing site is for health care workers first responders patient sixty five and older and those with chronic health conditions the goal of the partnership is the test up to twenty thousand residents over the next five weeks

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92 new coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky

America's Truckin' Network

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

92 new coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky

"O. W. Kentucky governor ended this year says under the state's stay at home order he wants residents to still go outside to get fresh air and exercise but they cannot forget about social distancing as the state reported ninety two new cases Saturday and it's nine deaths due to cover nineteen I don't mean you can't get out and enjoy the outside but it does mean you can't socialize with people when you're out there right now healthy at home it's your patriotic duty as a Kentucky and and as an American the latest death think Kentucky is a sixty six year old woman from Kenton county the first in northern Kentucky there are now three hundred ninety four total cases of the corona virus in the state seven new tested of the crowd of Irish reported Saturday in Indiana as well the twelve hundred total cases have been reported Franklin County has twenty three confirmed cases and two deaths in southeast Indiana so it's going to county reporting its first case Ohio county still with one case Dearborn county is eight cases and they have had one

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92 new coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky

America's Truckin' Network

00:17 sec | 8 months ago

92 new coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky

"Doubles Kentucky reporting ninety two new cases of the coronavirus Saturday that's the largest daily count since the pandemic started a sixty six year old Kenton county woman is the latest death she is the person of the Kentucky ninth in the state Indiana now thirty one deaths due to the virus in over twelve hundred cases have been

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"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Weeks Kenton county here in the Cincinnati area shutting down and so our Jefferson County schools in Louisville another one total coronavirus deaths in the U. S. now at least forty the latest reported being the first fatality in Kansas a man in his seventies total U. S. cases now at least thirteen hundred Major League Baseball pro basketball hockey and soccer suspending their season's NBA Dallas Mavericks owner mark Cuban answers a question on many workers mines when they're affected by such mass cancellations will compensate them in advance even if the games might be played in the future will still compensate them now so they can pay their bills and we'll do that for a renowned ploys for the mavs games and four hourly employees that work for the Mavericks that might not get those hours American Airlines confirms one of its pilots has tested positive for cove in nineteen the airline saying its chief medical officer he's been in touch with the pilot based out of Dallas fort worth it is believed the risk of transmission to passengers from the pilot years low a source familiar with the matter says a pilot he is recovering well around like stone chucks Iverson ABC news now the latest traffic and weather together no major delays on the interstates tonight you will run into a few delays though on seventy one north throughout the overnight hours is there working on guard rails between ridge and Stuart northbound side of seventy one and they'll be closing down some lanes around tonight otherwise all clear now the latest forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW expect rain through the rest of the night some of that could be on the severe side and then after that wake up Friday morning with a low of forty five mostly cloudy but eventually those clouds will clear up we'll see some mostly sunny skies.

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"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"At seven forty six prank calls us here and a big day for the party judge yeah we're talking the Kenton county family court judge don gentry who is accused of misconduct in office today Hey about eight o'clock they will start of disciplinary hearing that could determine if she will be suspended and ultimately removed from our position the charges are quite sensational regarding this case and the allegations are the she is in our first year on the bench traded Saxon of other political favors for campaign contributions and jobs that she's responsible for within the courthouse there's also allegations that if you didn't participate and these schemes that gentry cooked up whether it be sacks or contribute to our campaign then she would retaliate against those attorneys when they came before in court and that was so one of those women who was an attorney who brought the charges initially saying that she faced retaliation because she wouldn't participate in a three way with the judge and her new boyfriend and we'll see where all this leads today it's expected that she could be suspended before the end of the day ultimately they could remove her from office even though she was just elected by the people of can county this is your cell go coming of our news eight o'clock we still have traffic troubles on one interstate in the tri state seventy five south bound to mass though was hard to see if we were to say and I want to write her window when you think seventy one the pick up the slack could be jammed till and maybe it's just poor unfortunate people traveling through that are stuck and don't know any better I don't know well maybe even there you'd think to be enough people moving over to seventy one I mean this that it's not even up to regular isn't like a Saturday morning at six o'clock yeah the one right now it's just it's just wide open it's crazy coming up in our news today we'll talk more traffic on seven of a W. O. W. all right mercy of medical minute time brought you by mercy health and the guest of the week is best plan who's a mercy all dietitian talking about changes in diet and resolutions to lose weight because that's what people do or right around now and that people would say some say the most important thing to being healthy is diet not the exercise next person says the exact opposite and I was soon it is probably a combination of the two I agree I think there's research that shows that losing weight really is about what we eat just deciding to start exercising and not changing anything else in your life is not really going to get you to where you want to be wait lights exercise though is he for keeping weight off if there's a lot of research that shows that that is the case I think it's definitely a combination of the two I think also it has to do just with our society and that we sit all day you know it's not even a hundred years ago what it took to get through a day is is you know we sit all day long and well we sent we sit all day and then we drive everywhere I live in the suburbs right as I've lived in the city before and you tend to walk place not salute lake having your car is a pain yeah is that wrong yeah this is a part of my style we just we just get our cars and then we come home and and you know watch TV and it's it I think that's a big part of it is just our society and how it's involved in so you have to make the dish the choice that I have to do something to burn some calories with a band furniture just walk around and good idea all right so you find out more it's all fun and games until you on the health pages seven hundred W. O. W. dot com to find out more order set an appointment with our friends of mercy just go to mercy dot com.

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Former Kentucky governor Matt Bevin under fire for issuing hundreds of pardons

KYW 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Former Kentucky governor Matt Bevin under fire for issuing hundreds of pardons

"Patrick Brian Baker murdered a man in front of his wife and while in jail Baker's brother held a fund raiser for governor Matt Bevin raising twenty one thousand dollars for his campaign Baker and a man charged with raping a nine year old girl serving just eighteen months of a twenty three year sentence are two of the over four hundred pardons the Kentucky governor's handing out as he leaves office Kenton county prosecutor rob Sanders can't imagine what the governor was thinking shocks the conscience it's mind boggling how any governor could be this you're responsible another of Bevins pardons a man who decapitated a woman left her body in a

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Andy Beshear speaks after declaring victory in Kentucky

Scott Sloan

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Andy Beshear speaks after declaring victory in Kentucky

"Now thank you that is Democrat any this year claiming victory in the race for governor of Kentucky it was very close loss of five thousand votes separating him and incumbent governor Matt Bevin while Bevin is not conceding the race just yet Bashir plans a news conference today talk about plans for the transition of power across the bluegrass northern Kentucky could well provided the death blow to the Bevin campaign turn out across the area was much higher than than the rest of the state I'm sure end up winning both Campbell and Kenton counties Kelly said Bevin easily carried back in twenty

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"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"School time Kent County was sort of special arrangements the state legislature approved a bill last year requiring new security measures to combat a possible school shootings and other threats and the the Kenton county schools have completed a number of changes they say is I go back to school today new camera systems are automatic locking doors at the main entrance of the high schools have to have like a vestibule with like a double entrance so yeah like one set of doors come in where they could be screen like a metal detector something then go through another set of doors before you enter the building of this bill was approved by the legislature last year without any funding for they were telling district you have to do this this and this and the game to July of twenty twenty two to do it weeks the expectation is that they will send some money their way to help with the improvements and when they meet again but can Kelly took the steps themselves go ahead and do this since I knew the law was coming and they wanted to make improvements anyway one of the things it's different this year in the Kent County schools and I imagine now will be a number of schools across the country across the state every time you have class after the students are in for that class in you lock the door from the inside so that nobody can come in and it's now required that the doors half the lock from the inside so that differ an intruder somebody was going through the halls trying to get in the classrooms in theory they would have to break the locker Bustin somehow to get into a room like steel doors one of them in the classroom I mean I I guess there's the doors are being upgraded I haven't seen any any photos of my mean most of the doors they have like a least some kind of glass panel insure you could bust out but the doors half the lock according to Kentucky lawn can count is made those changes okay coming of our news at seven o'clock we'll have more on the arraignment today for tristate priestesses.

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CNN, Sixty Years And Two Years discussed on Gary Jeff Walker

Gary Jeff Walker

03:39 min | 1 year ago

CNN, Sixty Years And Two Years discussed on Gary Jeff Walker

"CNN is covering quote devastated children without parents after immigrant rates it appears that in Mississippi there were two hundred seventy five illegal immigrants working at a chicken processing plant and the ice may I use the term rated went into the plant with warrants and arrested a whole bunch of illegal immigrants many of whom had already deportation orders against them some were simply working illegally and CNN is covering the story is a circumstance where children are left without parents were taken into ice custody now I don't know about you but normally if you commit criminal acts and your in custody you lose custody of your children normally that's the way it works what we were in a country where kids do not go to prison with their parents this is a normal circumstance Hammond accounting Kenton county switch one county Clermont county Butler County one mothers and fathers who are criminals go to court to be sentenced they normally do not bring their children with them and if they do the judge will say separate the child from the convicted criminal going to jail and then somehow the system has foster care which is a broken down system completely in order to care for the child until order is restored normally when you engage in personal criminal miss behavior the consequences of that it might be separation from your children one might say don't engage in the behavior in the first place in which case ought to worry about but that's not the way scene and cover something this is about trump and not cracking down on illegal immigration which he is but he's following the law Democrats passed these laws in Obama and Schumer a few years ago sounds exactly like trump today when discussing illegal immigration the Democrats wanted to build the walls the Democrats wanted to export illegal criminals from our country the Democrats sound alike trump today see everything is failed with this guy the ability bush access Hollywood tape failed the media coverage of them failed in October November of a twenty sixteen the Russian collusion delusion failed you then had to call me that failed then Mahler's testimony heck that failed now it's on to racism and if that doesn't work then they have guns in which the president is taking the position of the Democratic Party until very recently on not matters of illegal immigration in fact in twenty oh nine and twenty ten up to January fifth of twenty eleven the Democratic Party for the first time in sixty years had complete control of the Congress and the presidency something Republicans have not had since the nineteen fifties even though Republicans control the house and the Senate unless you have sixty votes in the Senate you control nothing for two years nine and ten the Democrats had a sixty vote majority in the Senate control of the house and the presidency they passed no significant legislation whatsoever about guns or immigration to keep those issues alive to use as culture was against Republicans the only thing they fax or what it was a bomber Kerr and that was an unmitigated disaster the drew up that that flew the prices through the roof on premiums and deductibility as and so don't tell me the Democrats want to solve problems if they did they were to solve them they'd rather have the issue to keep power rather than solve a difficulty let's continue with

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"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A handgun fired one ram at the officer eight second officer backup officer was pulling up to the scene. Just is this happened. He got out of his car, and Mr. Julich is reported, pointing the gun at second officer and fired multiple rounds before taking off into the woods, massive manhunt and sued in a Mr. Julich managed to evade capture, despite these dogs and several canine units that were there. The Hamilton county sheriff's department helicopter was there and dozens of police officers all looking for him. I suspect, somebody probably transported him out of the area. We might be looking for some accomplices before this is all over, but one way or another Mr. Juelich managed to get away. He has since had a felony warrants for his arrest by detective Los police department in. Kentucky's looking for right now. Because I could not imagine somebody on foot with this kind of a manhunt manhunt. Simply vanishing. You thought he was in a wooded area. I was watching channel nine last night. And I saw what was going on? Is it conceivable he got out of there without anyone's help? Well, I mean it's possible. We never know at this point, there's so many different ways that you if you're familiar with that area, originally from northern Kentucky Bill. So you might be familiar with that area. There's creeks. There's some wooded areas. There's an expressway that goes through not too far. From there. There's some train tracks ago not too far from there. There's a number of different ways. He could have slipped out of the perimeter that was set up when you know, obviously, he's gotten a long ways now. And so I suspect at some point, he had to have called somebody to come pick him up and give them a ride from somewhere, but where that would have been how close to the scene. I just don't know. Do you have any idea why a passenger and vehicle would open? Fire onto cups. Any idea the only thing that I know about Mr. Juelich is that he is no stranger to our criminal Justice system. In northern Kentucky's head four prior felony convictions to in Ken Cammy to and Boone county. He had a parole absconding warrant out for his arrest at the time, I assume he didn't want to go back to prison in been out all that long to hit him in a halfway house the-the apparently flunked out of, in assume, you didn't want to go back to jail. But I tell you what he traded in going back to prison for a few months for going back to prison for the rest of his life, and that's soon that he's captured alive because, you know, he's obviously a very dangerous individuals. So I can only assume that every law enforcement officer in this area is going to use extreme caution when approaching Mr. Julich in use whatever force necessary to defend themselves, if people's a gun on them like you did yesterday. Sanders any involvement of the driver of the vehicle, what involvement to that person have. Well, he also is no stranger to the criminal Justice system. However, we don't have any proof that he did anything to put the officers in harm's way, he does have a number of criminal convictions, as well, though, and he has some, some explaining to do in terms of some things found in the vehicle after the police were shot at, and they seized the vehicle and executed search warrant on it that sort of thing. He I suspect, we'll be facing some kind of charges before it's all over, but he had to be taken to the hospital yesterday for his narcotics consumption from prior to the police contact. And so he's currently is the last I heard he's currently receiving medical treatment last night on the news. I, I watched Julie's mother say what a good boy is he's had some difficulties in his life. He's got challenges to overcome, but he's a good boy. That was a mother's love. I also know that the Boone county police last time they had contact with Mr. Jolie. The reason they were called in the first place is because he's alleged to have been holding a gun to his own mother's head. So I don't know. Maybe she's having some, some corrective memory issues or selective memory issues. I should say, but I don't know that I would classify him as good boy, given his criminal record. He has certainly however graduated from being a bitch a-all felon. Into being an armed and dangerous criminal that will be captured before this is all over. So when you put a gun, upside, your mother's head, that's an indication, maybe you got difficulties. Yes. Certainly you have to wonder whether your behavior is in need of some significant modification, although I can tell you that if I ever even thought about putting a gun to my mother said, she would modify my behavior they wouldn't need any police prosecutors to do that. As far as time spent in prison. He spent quite a few years already. He's now bought the farm. Thank god. These two lakeside cops are alive and well how many years is Julie facing in Kentucky. I guess you guys don't take this too serious. You take this rather seriously. No. This might be, you know, a minor crime in some other big cities. But here in northern Kentucky. We take it very seriously anytime somebody shoots at a police officer, the last guy that did it I believe doing about seventy years in prison right now, Mr. Julich, because of his criminal histories facing ten to twenty years on each count of the attempted murder of a police officer. However because of his prior felony convictions. He would be eligible for enhanced sentencing as persistent felony offender. And so he's looking at twenty to fifty years, or life in prison, so he may be in prison for decades, if not for the rest of the century. Yes, I believe, by the time he gets out of prison, if he ever gets out of prison. He will hit his criminal menopause, by that point. I would also assume having numerous felony convictions. You can't have a gun otherwise. No, no. That's another one of the charges he stays. I mean in addition to the attempted murder of the police officer, there's possessing a handgun by convicted felon. They're smart and endangerment. But all that's small potatoes compared to try to kill a cop. What should we do in the tri-state? I would assume most individuals like him or making the way to Tennessee. They're getting the Florida. But if they're in, if they're in the tri-state right now, what is there, anything citizens can do to help find this guy, or they run across them? We got a photo on our website. We got it's all over the media. What do you do? Well, he's not very hard to recognize with the size of his neck tattoo there as fairly distinct looking if somebody spots him. They should definitely call nine one one immediately. Even if you think it's him and you're not sure call nine one, one immediately. Because we have police to standing by waiting to check it out. However, if somebody comes across some information on where he might be. Or maybe somebody knows him knows family. And that sort of thing they can call Erlanger police, or they can call the Kenton county dispatch, three, six three one nine one that's eight five nine area code or you can always call crime stoppers and get paid for your tips. That's five one three three five to thirty forty I believe Sanders last late, according to media accounts, less than nine months ago, Joel was sentenced to five years in prison on a Ken county, charge, receiving stolen property. The charge was based on a Kent County warn issue, two days, after his April tenth sentencing, Boone county, you're not in charge of letting people go. But why was this guy out at all? Well, I believe he walked away from a halfway house, file in front of me. But somehow he got a parole warrant issued for him. And the records, I've seen say something about failing to comply with the halfway house. Now, I don't know if that means you escaped, or that means he just didn't feel like being there anymore in this is what our department of corrections has come to and they just let him go. I just I don't know. But it's hard to tell these days Willie with the math that goes into the good time in the parole eligibility, and all this nonsense. The, the only people that can figure out how long criminals have to stay in prison, the criminals themselves, you know, they the sentences get shorter and shorter, somehow one year only equals about seven months. It's really frustrating for law enforcement frustrating for prosecutors as well. He began his life and crime, at least at the age of nineteen in Hardin county, which is near Louisville on a bunch of drug charges. I would assume his juvenile record isn't the best either. But that's not public. Now, lastly, we got on this side of the pond, Joe is running for reelection. How many county prosecutor there are many prosecutors around the country, and especially in urban counties? Republicans have great difficulty getting reelected because of the nature of the county changing significantly in Dallas county. There's a prosecutor who announced that she would not arrest anyone who steals anything less. Than seven hundred fifty dollars. And so she considers that to be petty. You have the situation happening in Cook County with prosecutor, seemingly, a call was made to her about a TV star from from shell Obama's chief-of-staff. Suddenly those charges were dismissed. There's other urban counties in have rules and regulations in New York City is damn near impossible to get arrested. What happens in a county when the prosecutor announces, you know what we're going to go after social Justice, and you can steal from stores up to seven hundred fifty dollars, and you won't be apprehended, how important in your viewpoint. Is it to maintain law and order approach and Hamilton county Hamilton? Canada's the impact of the prosecutor election in Hamilton county goes everywhere in greater Cincinnati. I know that I want you to get reelected, because we can't deal with the overflow crime coming across the river, he and his staff topnotch prosecutor's office, they go after the hardened criminals they. They are not busy chasing people for dime bags Weeden, little stuff like that. They're serious about taking the dangerous people off the street and the people Hamilton county, really need to ask themselves. Do you think that we need more crime or less crime? Do you needn't think that violent offenders need to spend more time in prison or less time in prison? Because if you elect somebody that's got no prosecutorial experience in his here on some kind of social Justice campaign what you're going to get his chaos. You're going to get tons of people back out on the street that don't need to be on the street that are committing violent offenses that are breaking into houses, and stealing your property, that are pointing guns and innocent citizens spaces. Yeah. You just can't have that. We don't want it on this side of the river. We don't want it. Bleeding over Joan. His team are great to work with Mark p Meyer and all the assistant. Prosecutors at work for Joe just are, you know their team players there, whenever we need them. We love to return the favor whenever they need someone this side of the river, but I think they do an outstanding job. And I know Josiah's had a big fundraiser raised over a half million dollars in one fundraiser, which is just amazing. That's like presidential election type fundraiser. And I hope that Hamilton county continues to get behind him that everybody comes out, big, former regardless of political affiliation because Joe data's needs to get reelected. I'll say this a couple of weeks. Go ahead on a council member from Los Angeles, California, Los Angeles County. They have on the streets of Los Angeles, sixty thousand homeless. There was a police officer out there that contracted to play another one contracted typhus several dozens of contracted hepatitis a and hepatitis B. And when you have sixty thousand people living on the sidewalk, intense, you have defecation urination fornication, you have dirty needles you live in a community, the suddenly becomes unlivable, Joe confronted that last summer down on third straight, and he was able to clean it up because you nip it in the bud. And it doesn't proliferate if we ever prosecutor that doesn't care about certain kinds of offenses under committed suddenly, the problem metastasized, instead of having ten or fifteen or twenty people living on third street in tents doing what they do. We're going to have hundreds or thousands of people and they're not gonna stay in Cincinnati. They're going to go to Covington. They're going to go to Newport. You got that great facility of f c. On over.

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Driver in fatal Taylor Mill wreck now facing murder, assault charges

America's Truckin' Network

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Driver in fatal Taylor Mill wreck now facing murder, assault charges

"Drugs are to blame after a deadly crash Wednesday evening northern Kentucky. This is the one thirty report. I'm rob carpenter. Breaking now. What happening Kenton county a man testing positive for felt Nolan. Other drugs after that fatal accident. Wednesday evening at around five o'clock. The fatal crash happening on pride Parkway. Just north of Lakewood drive in Kenton county. Thirty nine year old you KEMA Buckley of independence was going the wrong way in his Cadillac and struck a Chevy suburban head on thirty nine year old crystal Buckley was killed in the crash. Her husband, now faces charges of murder

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Man arrested in Covington after attacking children with machete

America's Truckin' Network

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Man arrested in Covington after attacking children with machete

"A nine year old boy is expected to be okay. After being stabbed in the shoulder with a machete in Covington. Witnesses say a group of kids were playing at a park when they were approached by three men holding knives. Lycee that the nine year old was unable to get away from thirty five year old Esteban Portuguese and he stabbed the little boy leave. Three inch deep cut. No other injuries were reported. Poor gas was later arrested and charged with second degree assault. He's being held without bond and Kenton county. Police say no other charges are expected to be filed at this

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"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Myself on television. That'll put me to sleep. Welcome back. Ken Bruin for Gary. Jeff Walker on this soon to be rainy Tuesday night into Wednesday. But have no fear. You'll be fine. It's the snow later on Wednesday got to worry about. Well. It's January in Cincinnati. Come on talking about this Cup cat situation all night and just just the various levels that are involved here. And how it's it's something that probably just the whole situation. Probably just disintegrated on these kids in a blink of an eye and. When things like that. I just think about you. If you've ever been in a situation like that. What do you how do you handle it? And particularly when you're that age. How do you handle it when there are people of different? Nationalities. Ethnicities obviously religions coming at you from a number of different angles and. You know, you're waiting for a bus to go home. And I'll tell you the the the kid that's at the center of all of this is I I'm sorry. He was stoic. And if my son was sixteen years old and was placed in that situation. I would be damn proud of him. And I as I said many times tonight, I feel like that school, and the people running that school, and the parents of the kids at that school have to feel like they're on an island tonight. They're getting little support from there. No support from the archdiocese and the mayor of that town has cut and run from them. So you know, what the stoicism of that kid may be the blueprint for how Cup CAF gets through the school will be open tomorrow. Which tells me that the Kenton county sheriff's department and the coveting police have pretty good handle on what's going to be going on tomorrow. So if you're the parent of a student there, I would feel like your kid is going to be okay. Tomorrow seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on AT and T here. Now in the great city of Hamilton is Tom Tom, welcome to the show. How are you? Good. How you doin man? It's a gorgeous night great night to be alive. I know I know you're invigorated. Turn.

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"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Wwl w. Oh. Broadcasting. Segment rates. We have some great individuals here from Kenton county school district in heaven born myself in Covington, it's good to have individuals. Like, Jan Ishmail. Dr Kim Banton just dykes here. Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to Bill Cunningham show. Chan ishmail? Explain what's going to happen this weekend. Because as you know, I was born in Kenton county. I feel great about Kenton county and had businesses in Kenton county. No, many lawyers in Kenton county highlight Kenton county. But there's kids in Kent County. They're hurting playing with your foundation does the we're having a three day block party at the Roebling point, which is just south of suspension bridge. Good Friday Saturday and Sunday Sundays all day from eleven AM to eleven pm with all kinds of events. Zip lines petting zoo. I his discipline could segment fed on zip line. I think there's two hundred fifty pound weight restrictions implying. No, sir. Are you implying? No myself myself cannot ride saw. Okay. What about Rachel could she fit on zippo? Of course, you could with you. Also, I now that would be on the blog. You're talking about. Cavenaugh having problems. He's got no. He's got major problems for you to have you done zip line. Why not I just haven't been in five? Zip-line before Sega. Have you done zip line? No me neither. And this benefits is talk about the beneficiaries is Dr Banta when I read the literature, it appears there's many kids in Kenton county is elsewhere and have food clothes school supplies, personal hygiene, all that kind of stuff. So the money explain how this is important to the kids academically the team captain foundation is set up to just help kids over a minor road roadblock to their education that roadblock might be still toed boots for to go into automotive. It might be paying for the ACT to go to college. I could be food on the weekend.

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"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:58 min | 2 years ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"W w on this Wednesday morning and beautiful on it that Lizzie heat and humidity continue to crank up nicer starting like Friday the weekend for sure. So. Anyway, the hashtag Nike boycott continues column. Captured will be one of the faces of the thirtieth anniversary just do it campaign, and everyone has lost her Dan mine on this issue. One of those things that's happening is a result of this. And we'll get into the the the overreaction. I think on both sides of this whole story to in just a second here to I'll give you the the reality and the bottom line on a minute. But. There's always an equal opposing force. Right. As many people think that this protest is good. In saying, it's right. And it's just in. This is a great move by Nike, and like there's I don't know if it's an equal number, but many many people are probably safe to say close to fifty percent Earls. I really upset by for obvious reasons. Colin Kaepernick, the Nike. They said we're gonna make him the face of the just do it campaign because we, but I'm reading the court from the press release here, we believe he's one of the most inspirational athletes of this generation who has leveraged the power sport to help them move the world forward. Now, I also have images in my head. In addition to taking a of the national anthem by also wearing socks with the images of pigs dressed like police officers. It's hard to take someone that serious when they're doing things like that. And this whole thing is led to many people saying, that's it. I'm done with Nike products. I'm boycotting Nike thus. The hash Nike boycott hashtag mardi Esten fellers organizing. A local Nike product up at noon September fifteenth the Kenton county youth sports complex in jonsman. I've talked about it mardi Esten or good morning. How are you? I'm pretty good. Thanks for having me on. Yeah. No problem. So why are you fired up enough to do this? Why did you say that's enough? I'm organizing I'm gonna I'm a protest the protest. Well, I got a lot of good friends that are police officers and probably six or seven guys that are really good guys and the good family, man. They're just good people. And I'm sick and tired of them getting hammered every time. They make a mistake or something. I mean, you know, everybody makes mistakes. I don't I don't claim that every police officers great because any any job you go into whether it be a teacher or a radio talk show host or not all great. But I think they have a very high percentage of good people. Pretty upset. About kapernick and the whole deal there. You know, he's made an awful lot of money because he pro football. A lot of nerve not standing across wagons. Grace. You said I think some issue with that Martin go well cops make little mistakes. But when you're talking about shooting someone taking their life and being investigated, in some cases, let's face it. Most cops are exonerated because the way the law and the standards of law goes, but that's our system. But, but we just had a police officer who was convicted and somebody sake. Well, that's more than a little mistake. Well, yeah. But the cops go out you may be right about that. And I'm sure there are some instances. However, the cops go out every day and risk their life and limb. Knows whether they stop a DUI driver or on drugs and arrest them did actually saves somebody's life because they didn't create a car record tell somebody. They'll get they make a fraction of the money that these national football players make. I get it has to do. Obviously. It's a supply demand issue. It's a specialty issue that, you know, there are a lot of people that are qualified to be cops. But very few people are qualified to be professional football players are professional athletes. Unfortunately, that's the standard in America in capitalism, right is if you have a specialty or more in demand, you can command more money because there's fewer people to do the job or a qualified. I mean, I understand that. And he certainly is blocked with the athletic ability has or had or however you wanted to bait that, but in this regard to your calling people to do does this include Nike because Nike is a big company. I mean, you're talking about jerseys hats, anything with the logo shoe in addition issues or what? Well, what we're gonna do what they get back to cabernet for just. The guy got the United States of America. The guy got college. He's working millions of dollars and people creating market hero. I'm sure he he has some some rough ways to go from time to time. But he can throw the ball. Pretty good. He's a pretty good quarterback. He gets to watch game films the next day and find out the mistakes he made find out why he didn't hit an open receiver or why he didn't run the ball instead of pass it or a cops out there got to make a split second season. And he doesn't have the opportunity to go back and analyze it. He's in a life or death situation. He doesn't know that guy's got a knife or a gun and. And they make it to watch films for football and capture IX led a charmed life in my book. I mean, I wish I had the kind of money, but man has. And you know, he's put up on a pedestal when he disgraces the American flag, which millions of people men and women both have died. No question. No question. I don't know why he doesn't go out to the inner cities and do some things and help some people if he wants to protest says, hey, I'm going to go in Chicago and help people you actually has done. He's he's donated a lot of money and a lot of time towards it. But you know, donate money for a guy who's worth fifty million dollars is not a big asset. Like the big problem for a copy goes on risk. His wife. Yeah. I get what you're saying the other element to this too. Is is a and I support his right to protest big. Because I think America's such a great country. I don't like I don't like people taking the neater in the anthem. I think it's disrespectful. I don't like people mistreating the American flag in protest. But I recognize too though, mardi that that is part of how great our nation is is that why I hate it. While you hate it. I support the right to be able to do that. Because how many countries in the world? And if you desecrated their symbol, you'd be hauled off to some prison and never be seen. Again. We don't do that in America. We have the right to protest and much like that. We have the right to protest your protests, which is what you're doing. Exactly. And I agree with you is right to protest. I just don't think it should be on the football field. And I don't think they should be using our American flag. The do it. You know, he's got a lot of great things out of this country. If he wasn't in the United States of America, he probably wouldn't be playing professional football. He might not have got. In the foster home that the country is great country. Given you got some good parents. And like I say he got to go to college free question asset value states of America and for him, you know, for him to do what he does. And. Jack Toussaint goes around in shorter time again, mardi Esten filters on the show. We're gonna talk about he's having a essentially a Nike dump? Once you bring all your Nike gear down to the canton. Now, youth sports baseball complex to on September fifteenth at noon to get rid of it in protest of the Nike decision to have Colin Kaepernick as the face of the just do it thirtieth anniversary campaign, but on that note. He certainly benefited will benefit from being Americans. But his part of America being being allowed to protest as well for something. You think is a good cost. But, you know, not only do we have a Nike, but we're also going to honor our police, we're inviting every every police officer out there. The era. And and I've already spoken with some of the guys I've spoken with the sheriff of Boone county. The sheriff Ken county, Chuck I even talked to Richard Jones up in Butler county, and they all support what we're doing. And you know, I have a I coach baseball coach Derek you'll he argues Covington police department, he's one of the best people. I know good family, man. And I hope he never makes a mistake. Well, it's unfortunate that there's a stereotype about police officer all bad from the same people who don't want to be stereotyped. Exactly, exactly. These are all good. You know, most I would say higher percentage of cops are good people is anybody, you know, any profession. And I'm not gonna deny. I'm sure there's a few bad ones out any group west battle. But having said that, you know, they have a life or death situation constantly, you know, they they don't they don't get to watch game film. And maybe. They gotta watch. They gotta watch that film to see if they're going to get indicted or not. Yeah. Martin Marty real quick here. PG sitting felt city councilman said don't destroy the Nike gear don't do this. Instead bring it to city hall, and we'll give it to kids who are need or people are in need of shoes and clothing rather than setting it on fire. How do you respond? Well, I'm going to respond to that by saying we are also having. Not only the Nike dump, but we're trying to in contact with Adidas, and we're contact with the the American flag company and to see if we can get them to donate flags that we can give out if we can get Adidas to match everything that we dispose of that we can give that to needy children. And it's interesting to lane America. Would you go to a foreign country to protect the United States? Well, we're just. Look, look, we can give things to the media kids of this country because we are disposing of the Nike where you know. And and I got plenty of Nike stuff during my home, and I won't have as of September. Upcoming fifteenth because our our September fifteenth from twelve to two we'd like everybody supports local police everybody that supports you know, what we're doing is upset with Nike to come out and support us. And. We're going to have a national way up from an American flag. And you know, if you don't respect the flag, you may not wanna come. Gotcha. Again at is September fifteenth at noon at the Kenton county, use spur sports the baseball complex eighteen acre facility Martin Aston filter. Thanks again for coming on the show. Okay. Thank you. There you go. Get the word there. If something you're interested in now, I want to get down to me and you talking about this at five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one and pound seven hundred AT and T and a simple question is this, and I'm going to lay it out to why think Colin Kaepernick is is innocent this many times before what is wrong, and what is right about this movement. But even bigger than that how good is this for Nike. Don't you? See what's going on here? Let me ask you something. Do you think that Nike actually gives a damn actually gives a rat's, you know, what about the protest movement and all this other stuff? Okay. What Nike care is number one is making money watching the value of their stock? Go up it took a hit. But it's going to go back up. It's gonna go back up, and I'll give you the strategy behind this because it is a brilliant marketing move, and you're gonna well hockey this something so divisive. So hateful. So anti-american be good for their bottom line. Well, explain in a minute here. Slowly seven hundred w w. Some people say Willey's of.

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"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The honorable brian hamburger the power of five brian hamrick welcome again in the bill cunningham show brian how are you thanks again mr cunningham you've been around a long time as i have when i looked and i had on yesterday your friend rob sanders the kent county prosecutor who is the job of kenton county he spoke about the joy in a sense at the conviction of the of the daniel greis for murdering five members of the family but he also talked about the fact that when the jury recommended a twenty year sentence the sentencing judge cannot go up from that she can go down but not up and so i brought up the point to rob sanders that means if he killed five people and the jury essentially orders a concurrent sentence which means you're only serve one sentence instead of consecutive trip or deco when you complete one sentence you begin serving the other when the jury recommended concurrent that men's twenty years in jail for all five which means he gets out in about seventeen years which means he'll be about eighty five years old back out again but it means that the other four individ killed for nothing their lives were worthless because there was no penalty for it now you've covered many events and awful circumstances i've gone online what some of your some of your video coverage of this event which is among the worst in the tri say think since the clinton bus crashed at five die in one incident rental of dui is really unbelievable but but in a sense when you cover these things can you put aside your personal feelings and just cover it objectively i tried to do that with all of you know it's it's difficult that you got a situation like this we got bought people including three children were killed and they're killed by the guy you know clearly not doing anything within the bounds of the law i mean he he he he was drinking he was across the double line it was passing a car we wasn't supposed to be it was over a blind hill he hits the gas to try and get around this guy and and then slams into this car and you know he's essentially fine he's gonna be okay it serves some injuries but all five members of the family with their life for stupid mistake that this guy date so yeah you know frustrated when you're there but i mean in terms of covering it i mean the baxter what they are those are all basically undisputed now what the defense tried to say is the reason i think stacy grout the which is a defense attorney and you know when you heard the first that he got five conviction of murder they were asking for murder they could've found second degree manslaughter as well but they went for the murder charge and they were only out for a few hours didn't take them very long at all to say now this is murder clearly you know rob dander said if this doesn't fit the definition of murder wanton disregard for human life what you know i thought he made a great point with dangrek gripe it tried to pass a couple other cars that was disputed but i think it's dangerous make people believe that he actually did happen and it seems feasible it it did that he had passed a couple of cards and he said every time you pass the car a blind turn because there's no passing or that wrote it was like putting another bullet in the chamber in a game of russian roulette you pass one quick pass another quick but he got to the family and there was no click that the gun went off and set him pain with light they paid with her life bryce could not he could not a wanted murderer in ohio it's called vehicle or homicide and conducted it's called wanting murder there could not have been a more clear case of number one taken marijuana for.

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"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Jury's recommendation she doesn't really have much of a choice it's not a pro batabano offense so i think mr crisis got his twenty year sentence coming prison years is like two for one if you spend eighteen years in prison that's like thirty six years and he's not going to be able to you'll be won't have his marijuana and alcohol anymore lastly you've been doing this for a long time i've been in maybe a dozen fifteen murder trials the worst the most awful ones the ones involving the death of children insist the photographs the video the scene it's just awful is this affected you as a as a husband a father a man is is affected you well you know willie odds out there that night when this happened went out to meet with the investigators and of course all of independence park department personnel we're all still on the scene and those guys really did an amazing job of everybody doing their job being professional sergeant chris handle and detective erin she'll along with sergeant bush from the kenton county police department jed mills captain with kentucky state police sergeant hunter martin from kentucky state police everybody from independence fire district that was there they were just the best in it i don't think anybody that saw these images how i don't even think the judge or the jury will ever forget the images they saw but to see that stuff in person i'd i'd be lying if i said it hasn't changed me i think anybody that was on the scene that night would be lying if they said it didn't change them or have some effect on them if nothing else you know it makes you appreciate your family that much more there will never ever ever be a morning that i leave my house without telling my wife and daughter i love them because so fragile and you know the pollen family get nothing wrong to lose their lives just in the wrong place at the wrong time but you you just never know because life so fragile and times sometimes too short sometimes you think about you didn't pay bill on time you miss his six foot pod or you bounce into somebody in a parking lot oh my god i backed into somebody how terrible day i had then you compare it to the family in which an entire generation was wiped out and my my difficulty shrank to insignificance in right now it's probably the hardest time yet for the pollen malone families because so many times when it comes to tragedies like this you know they get wrapped up in the criminal case in the criminal prosecution that's how they hold onto their loved one even though their loved ones gone but there comes a day lake friday when they walk out of the courthouse and they still have that giant hole in her heart with their loved ones you know that they loved ones used to fill and now they walk out of the courthouse the cases over you know the media hype is going to go away in a few days and they're still going to be there with that in their heart and that that missing loved that they used to feel and you there's just no filling it and you really gotta come to terms with your loss wants the criminal case is over and i'm sure that's what they're going through right now and i can only hope and pray that somehow they find peace it's difficult when you have a nine and eight and a six year old that birthdays christmas the holidays fourth of july on wednesday and it's just snow this is something that this is something one can never get over rob sanders good job and i think twenty years is to light but if he spends the rest of his life in jail that would be sufficient but rob sanders go job and once again thanks for coming on the bill cunningham show thank you yes sir thank you willing thanks for him and god bless you let's continue with more bill cunningham seven hundred wwl w thank you.

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"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I think it was no coincidence that both times is buddy road in a car with them the buddy drove you know drove mr grace's car i don't know about you i don't drive my buddy cars very often unless they've had too much to drink yeah last layer daniel greis testified quote i feel responsibility yes those people died horribly it was my car that hit them did that i didn't see it but i hit that car they didn't have a chance i was praying please god don't let there be anyone over that hill unquote because he had no previous record because he worked at kroger and because he had children and grandchildren because he was looks to be a frail scared individual was a sympathetic character to the jury i think there's no doubt he was you know this is probably it's definitely the first wanting murder conviction by jury in kenton county since i've been commonwealth attorney i don't remember one before that i haven't heard of one by way of jury and buner campbell it's a very difficult case to win for the prosecution because so many times the jury wants to say well he didn't mean to do it you know he didn't mean to kill anybody well that's the whole point of one murder it doesn't matter whether you meant to do it or not it's what you were doing the activity that you were engaging in it's so deadly to other folks that law punishes it is if you meant to kill him in the first place but there's no doubt that this defendant he was fifty seven years old but he probably looked more like he was seventy seven years old he had a wife a special needs child but was still living at home even though he's an adult he had a daughter that got on the stand and testified about his interaction with his grandkids and stuff i think there's no doubt that he was somewhat sympathetic to this jury and then there's the fact that i can see them saying we didn't mean to do it and you know he had good legal representation is defense attorney did a good job form you know despite the murder conviction i think he was very very lucky to walk away with only a twenty year sentence rob sooners i want to ask you about that when i heard this i thought there's no way they're going to stack the sentence it's almost as if he killed one person the other former free because the jury recommended convicted murderer of all five counts but they recommended a concurrent sentence which means onesentence equals all five is that fair well you know i asked for consecutive sentences or life sentence i thought that was more fair but you know looking back on it it wasn't what i wanted it wasn't what i thought was fair but at the same time it's a it's a verdict from the jury that i can respect i think the jury with sympathy sympathetic enough form that they did not want to put him in prison with no hope of ever giving getting out you know he's fifty seven fifty eight years old now he's going to be at least seventy five years old before he's eligible for parole that's that's a lot of years especially in prison years not many people live to be seventy five years old in prison jury took that into consideration when they're setting the amount but you know willie i tell people all the time that you can get justice but that doesn't mean you get fairness and certainly the twenty year number does not equate to the incredible loss to the polit malone families it's certainly not fair but i don't think they were ever going to get a fair number out of this or any other jury 'cause even a life sentence wouldn't be fair considering the loss they've suffered an entire family entire generation wiped out does a judge have to follow the twenty years it can the judge increase it now the judge can increase it in kentucky the judge can go under a jury sentenced but they can't go over a jury sentence so in this situation the twenty years the judge can't go under because that's the bottom line for the murder conviction so i expected next month in judge summit will follow the.

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"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Think it'll hash out it's just another another formation of an agency to employ more people in a government that we have to pay for employ thousands of people because for the next two or three years is going to be bad think about how many people have to handle this now you got the person there that could possibly because it's not a government agency it's actually a private agency that bid on it become a government works for the government then they're going to send it off deal whatever methodology to the new agency who's got nobody has ever done this before didn't have you to put it in the us mail out to me so we've got at least three maybe four people touching this document can you imagine how many opportunities for fraud they're going to be thousands this is supposedly going to stop fraud it main courage it oh it's nothing to pull a piece album mail when they feel it they're gonna steal it there's a document and they're they're gonna steal it solid they're gonna know right away that it's a it's a storm of id so anything somebody adapted all can take that out can change the picture on there and lo and behold got every access everything the united states supposedly vetted outfitted l'aimable jeff good luck to you but your point about the voting is exactly accurate let's continue with more and fourteen minutes rob sanders will be of the kenton county attorney on daniel greis and more on news radio seven hundred wwl w before the markets open they close and throughout the business day get the vital financial information from the bloomberg market minute at six passing chow on news.

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"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Force everybody into that that bottle of me that's boring radio and you just hear the same old thing over and over again i mean i kind of wanted to be a free for all on that same being said it seems like it brings out the best of everybody and we really have some great callers on intelligence and intelligence free for all you know and i love steve i hear steve a lot and i listened to him and he has a great lineup of people that get on that phone and they say some very helpful things because again i'm out there every night driving the highways and the byways earning my living and i love it you know and and you you were talking about or maybe steve or something about jobs there's care there's courriers out there like me now making almost six figures being a medical career you know what you need to you need a driver's license that's all they care about four wheels car gps she gotta know how to get from here to there do the political or excuse me the the religious thing again it's four o'clock in the morning bear with me to people but what i'm saying is so many people love to quote the bible and knock that i'm a very foundational baptists methodist catholic jewish christian i've been all those things but and they're all right and they're all whatever but so many people want to quote the bible like they're the only person that's ever read it the kind i won't go too much into this but the commonwealth of kentucky many years back thank goodness gave me about six months and kenton county to read the bible so you could read all you could do because the judge wanted to make sure i'd show up so long story short i'm ready probably twenty thirty times in some parts probably a hundred times you can find whatever you need in.

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"kenton county" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"kenton county" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"And couldn't do but it really had such a negative impact told me emotionally so as you made clear this was a brain injury shrapnel lodged in your brain so you will heavy teammate your brain do new toss perform new functions at a time you appointing to make it recover exactly and had to relearn a of functionality so i mean for example the first day that i was allowed home just to see if i could cope and see if my wife could cope i was put in the baath by my wife and she potted around in the whole and then came back because she heard me sobbing and when she came running in she saw me sat in the bath and where the butler shampoo my left hand and i couldn't work how how to wash my hair i knew i wanted to but i didn't know what i should be doing but thankfully ill a lot of those automatic sort of its came back fairly quickly but i've had to work out what my brain kenton county now we're going to hear some of your poetry later rome it talks the poet in that you're gonna re to us at the end of the program about you having a new identity as a poet an of interpol traits it has in effect helped you to be reborn as a yes i mean that i became a painter fora as a former cell therapy and poetry owes introduced a poetry by this wonderful lady emma willis first charity style for soldiers which is really supporting me in my aspirants to be portray tartus and on the poet and to actually ranked poetry is such an interesting beneficial task because it's about know focusing on an event theme.

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"kenton county" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"kenton county" Discussed on WLOB

"Start putting some money way forward for next year so just some some advice from my accountant passed on to you throw ongko phil larry you would be up next larry what's up alcohol fail um uh love what you're doing i just wanted to uh offer a couple of point number one i think the reason the tax bill was stalled in congress with 'cause they left out the annual philvalentine audit claus yeah it's amazing the shelling stopped since trump got it i haven't heard from these votes uh i wanted to find out can i do a psa real quick jared regards taxes uh i don't know if people are aware but in the state of tennessee there's been a bill that was introduced that if the state of tennessee collects more taxes sam the the bills that it has that that money would go back to the people and that was uh actually introduced by mark podium and he's running for reelection actually trying to fill me beaver seat because she moved over to the governor's race um and and today's uh the day to vote um he's also the one that introduced the lifetime conceal to carry permit in tennessee abby coauthored the bill that stopped nashville for becoming a sanctuary city well i'd like to it i'd like to encourage everybody if you're looking for a through conservative standing on principles mark poet he needs to be put in that heat and that uh voting is today it's wilfing county kenton county clay the cabin smith out so this is a special election for may be receipt run correct okay all right psa noted briefly the called earlier thank you bye bye now we're going to give equal time to the.

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"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"kenton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Again i'm certainly no expert the super you know mrs at my bailey where come to the average you know on this street if you like to say but it if it's just really fab that this is the state of affairs that we have had david young you're in a peaceful tom wellfinanced money in the bank community things are quiet probably murders don't take place in warren county but once or twice a year if that amount it's a much better way to live your life so give advice to the unwashed masses in hamilton county in kenton county tell us what we can do to improve the quality of lives of residents here i would i would point back to people wiser than myself and say that in my opinion a to a lot of it's about personal responsibility if you do something in again we all make mistakes we often we all do things have we shouldn't be doing we break the law we speed we do whatever take some personal responsibility for your actions in own it if you do something wrong and you get caught with your hand in the cookie jar so be it you know pay the price and move on don't play the victim don't be wait there targeting me because of whatever our this or that either trumping wrong so so pay the price in in pay your deputy fighting armed affecting productive member of society get a job support yourself support your family move on what a novel suggestion well you know the that ain't going to will we live in very very difficult now tomorrow night black lives matter picks you see dolled the most recent rally at the.

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