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"kentucky education association" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Man. It's affecting every everything. Everything moves slower than normal at least for me. I'm already not the the Nimba list quickest guy. Bit of a slow mover. Drew? I like to agile agile Li I like to think of myself as deliberate. Yes. Very deliberate with you, then I'm with you on that. I take my time as to not make mistakes. All right. Let's let's. Steady wins the race. Right. Let's approach this. Do we want to start off with the with the bad one? And then bring the funny afterwards and start with the funny. So bring the so bad. I Kentucky I Kentucky. I said we're gonna go. Go light hearted stupid. I in a state that's gonna gross everybody. Yeah. Yeah. Into into hor Matt Matt Bevin. The Republican governor of Kentucky bright says, you know in America. There's too many snowflakes apparently he lamented school closures in his state on Wednesday when the wind chill could make it feel as frosty as fifteen below as evidence that the country has lost its metal. Yeah. No shut up. No. Shut up dude. Where's this guy from Kentucky? Oh my God. Now, he said I mean, hold on. Snow there. Well, that's one of the points. He made one of the points. He made was he said, look, there's no ice. And there's no there's no snow, right? It says we're getting we're getting soft. Okay. I'm I'm pretty I mean, I don't know for sure, but I'm betting there was ice. You don't get temperatures that low without? Yeah. That moisture freezing. It's just that it doesn't work any other way. He says I mean what happens what happens to America? He wondered during an interview with local radio and Louisville. He says we're several school districts said they were closing anticipation of the blast of Arctic air from the polar vortex. He quit. His question was about why everyone couldn't just toughened up. We're getting soft. He apparently loves posting selfies on social media, but also blocked hundreds of his constituents from interacting with the stages because he doesn't because he doesn't like what they say about him, he squishy. Well, there's another side of this real quick. I don't disagree with. Okay. But he does say he goes he says we're getting soft. He says now we canceled school for cold. Right. The host replied, it's it's deep freeze. This is serious business. And he scoffed at Saint come on now. I mean, there's no ice going with it or any snow. You try to qualify. His comments. Do appreciate it's better to err on the side of being safe. But he also. Said he was only being you know, he's only he was only joking slightly. K he's at does concern me a little bit. On this any number of other fronts were sending messages to our young people that life is hard. You can curl up in the fetal position somewhere to workplace just wait until stops being hard isn't reality. Yeah. Allegri with him on that statement. And I'll also even go so far as to say, you know, perhaps the private schools are innovating private schools on days like this and things like this. You know what they're doing? They're not canceling school. But they're also saying you don't have to come in. We're going to send you some work. You're going to do it from home. Right. People are doing for actual jobs. Yeah. They're gonna utilize available technology to make sure that kids still get some education on days. Like this public schools, though seem unable to grasp that concept of innovating a little bit. And maybe giving kids some better and different options to continue to get a bit of an education. Even we even on days when it doesn't make sense to send your kid out to stand at a bus stop when it's twenty seven below zero. And why is that why do public schools? Make innovations to make those changes unions. It's the teachers unions. Yeah. Maybe look even when they cancelled school because of contracts and things like things like that. Teachers and school faculty and school staff can still go in and sit there and do nothing and get paid when there are no students around. It's it's insane. It's it's such a waste so bloated is so it's so ridiculous. But public the public school sector apparently can't figure out. Hey, hey, you know, maybe it's a little cold today. Maybe we don't send the kids in the school. But you know, we'll we'll utilize all these ipads that were giving them and these MAC books, and and and and all the technology that's available and we'll give them some assignments. So that they still have some education today. Now, if there's any fear that this guy wasn't getting the appropriate. Flack he forgot about something on top of his stupid comment. He's also a Republican. Oh that. No. So you had a number of people who came you had Jessica who was the Kentucky's talk about think he's up Kentucky's twenty nineteen teacher of the year. She issued a personal challenge for the governor says please go outside tomorrow stand outside for thirty minutes. If you're waiting for the bus dressed as one of our students would be because I guarantee most of our students would not be wearing some fancy Patagonia north face jackets. Ooh, another teacher Tiffany done wrote on social media, these elitist comments don't shock me anymore, but they're still appalling. And then the Kentucky Education Association after. He was a democrat. Nobody would care. Nope. Equally dumb comments, but nobody would have cared. Okay. Kentucky. Governor it's going to be sixty degrees. All next week. So shut your pie hole. I don't care. It was a dumb thing to say ninety degrees colder here. Yeah. I'll be honest with you. There's actually to a certain extent more reason for Kentucky do a closer schools in there is here. Meaning the people in Kentucky are prepared for those types of temperatures. So a lot of parents wouldn't understand the dangers in the wind chill. And we were just learning about children earlier this week, and we live here. I mean, we're used to the cold, and we have the infrastructure for coal defense like this. But at the same time, I mean, we have there's a lot of things that are breaking down because it's so cold. We barely have the infrastructure to deal with just like they barely have the infrastructure to deal with some snow. So we moved from that governor to another governor. And this is frightening, and it's getting a lot of attention as it as it should be. We'll start off with this audio that brought about these comments from the from the governor a democratic lawmaker in the Virginia house of delegates proposed a Bill on Tuesday. This Bill would allow abortions through the end of the third trimester of pregnancy. The video of delegate, Kathy. Tran presenting her Bill led to an exchange where she admitted that her Bill would allow for a mother to abort Kurt child minutes before giving birth. Listen to this exchange with this delegate L late in the third trimester. Would you be able to do that? You know, I it's very unfortunate that the physicians at a witnesses were not able to attend today to speak specific and on talking about your Bill how how late in the third trimester could a physician perform an abortion, if he indicated it would impair them until health of the of the woman. Okay. Okay. I'm talking about the mental health. So I mean through the third trimester the third trimester goes all the way up to forty weeks. Okay. But to the end of the third trimester. I don't think we have a limit in the Bill. So. Where it's obvious that woman is about to give birth. She has physical signs of that. She's about to give birth would that still be a point at which she could request an abortion if she was so certified. She's dilating. Mr Chairman that would be a, you know, a decision that the doctor the physician and the woman understand that. I'm asking you. If you're Bill allows that my Bill would allow that. Yes. By the way, hat tip to that interviewer for pressing issue in getting her to admit what she wanted to admit we did not add pauses in there. I don't think I've ever. Well. No. In fact, I had to shorten up one of those positives because it would have been dead air because that that one of those positives was about five or five to ten seconds longer than that. Yeah. I mean, it is it is that was one of the rare occasions where I heard an interview were and even the person being interviewed in a rare moment of honesty admit to something that I pretty sure both of them realize in the moment, if you know keys, certainly did hopefully, she did just how atrocious. It is of what she was suggesting then it got even worse. Because the governor of Virginia Democrat Ralph Northam was went on a 'nother show and was asked about these statements. And this is what he had to say. I certainly can't speak for delegate TRAN, but I will tell you one first thing I would say this is why decisions such as this should be made by providers physicians and the mothers and fathers that are involved. There are you know, when we talk about third trimester abortions, these are done with the consent of obviously, the the mother with the consent of the physicians more than one physician, by the way. And it's done in cases where there may be severe deformities. There may be a fetus that's non bible. So in this, particular example, if a mothers in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother, so so I think this was really blown out of proportion. But again, we want the government not to be involved in these types of decisions we want the decision to be made by the the mothers and their providers. And this is why Julie that legislators most of whom are men, by the way shouldn't be telling a woman what she should and shouldn't be doing with her body. And do you think multiple physicians should have to weigh in? As is currently requires she's trying to lift that requirement. I think it's always good to get a second opinion and for for at least to provide. Leaders to be involved in that decision because these decisions shouldn't be taken lightly. And so I would certainly support more than one provider to be clear here. What what what is referring to is is alluding to the physician and the mother then discussing whether the newborn infant after they're born should then be allowed you live or to deliver die in in in my in my opinion. Okay. Without even giving my views. That's not abortion. No, that's infanticide. This is murder. Right. Yeah. Okay. All right. So so so we're clear. Yeah. Look, regardless of what your position is on abortion and without giving my position on abortion. And I've been clear before this goes well beyond the pale of of what we normally discuss in terms of a woman's right to choose. This is a this is these are cells anymore, even if you want to argue that point anymore. This is a baby. Yeah. The whole crux of the abortion debate sort of revolves around the idea of wind does life begin like right consider life to have begun..

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Morning, otherwise sunny with a high today of ninety two. Clear tonight seventy two for the, low sunny ninety two tomorrow and on Wednesday chance for showers and storms sunshine and. A high of eighty nine seventy seven degrees right now news, service of Croker summertime temperatures are returning to the area bringing. High humidity today lasting through Wednesday that'll cause the heat index to climb into the upper nineties mid week though a cold front is expected to move in with that. Colder temperatures and a chance for some weekend rain and thunderstorms two. People including a firefighter recovering after being injured during a townhouse fire fire crews were called last night to ablaze it's townhouse. In the villages role hill person inside. The home suffered smoke inhalation was taken to UC medical center firefighters also thinking of the hospital with a minor injury at damage, estimate from that blaze seventy thousand dollars. To cause under investigation the Dayton mall is losing both Sears. And elder Beerman this year they're both set to close in the next few months is Sears will be shutting down their operations In November so right. So, university employees could go on strike Tober I that if members reject the fact finders report due in September universities offered staff a three year contract with no raises and reduced health benefits and higher premiums meanwhile workers at the Kentucky Education Association protested, outside the state house on Saturday they say to get a better contract. From the teacher's union teachers Macron's Kentucky protested at the capitol for days this spring south the proposed pension reform plan the beginning of the NFL regular season is just under two weeks away Cincinnati travels to face the colts on September ninth during week one home, opener is week two against the ravens on Thursday. Night football they're currently three and, during the preseason and the reds have the day off today the.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And a tree has fallen argus road at cedar avenue now latest forecast from the exergen temporal scanner weather center and i heart radio station overnight showers with thunderstorms possible although sixty do rainfall amounts between a half and three quarters of an inch possible on sunday showers mainly before four pm temperatures falling to fifty four by late afternoon new rain amounts between a quarter and a half inch possible sunday night chance of rain mainly after midnight mostly cloudy with a low thirty six that's the forecast from your severe weather station news radio seven hundred wwl w the radar shows the entire tristate blanketted by heavy rain and storms it is fifty eight degrees right now after a kentucky governor matt bevin said that children were left vulnerable to harm drones and even sexual abuse because schools were closed for friday's teacher walkouts state senator max wise said the disgusting comments made by governor bevin insinuating that a peaceful protests by teachers would lead to sexual assault are reprehensible the president of the kentucky education association stephanie winkler said that she was appalled by bevan's words there's a recall of some e cigarettes three calling the power units used for about two point six million electron cigarettes tobacco giant rj reynolds recalling all views vibe power units after a user reports at batteries malfunctioned and caused the units to overheat and create a fire risk no injuries have been reported reynolds says stop using the east cigs don't charge them and contact the company to receive a refund abc's chuck sivertsen here's a reds update their it's three losses in a row for the reds against the cardinals with saturday's final score six to one they wrap up their series today our coverage starts at twelve forty i'm troy adams her next update at three thirty in breaking news anytime on news radio seven hundred wwl w if you are a small business trucker you owe it to yourself to call oh idea the owner operator independent drivers association in ohio id membership can provide you access to information and resources to help your trucking career along with many cost saving benefits like affordable truck insurance medical benefits drug and alcohol testing fuel card and.

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Kentucky gov. says "I guarantee" child was sexually assaulted during teacher protests

America's Truckin' Network

02:23 min | 3 years ago

Kentucky gov. says "I guarantee" child was sexually assaulted during teacher protests

"And a tree has fallen argus road at cedar avenue now latest forecast from the exergen temporal scanner weather center and i heart radio station overnight showers with thunderstorms possible although sixty do rainfall amounts between a half and three quarters of an inch possible on sunday showers mainly before four pm temperatures falling to fifty four by late afternoon new rain amounts between a quarter and a half inch possible sunday night chance of rain mainly after midnight mostly cloudy with a low thirty six that's the forecast from your severe weather station news radio seven hundred wwl w the radar shows the entire tristate blanketted by heavy rain and storms it is fifty eight degrees right now after a kentucky governor matt bevin said that children were left vulnerable to harm drones and even sexual abuse because schools were closed for friday's teacher walkouts state senator max wise said the disgusting comments made by governor bevin insinuating that a peaceful protests by teachers would lead to sexual assault are reprehensible the president of the kentucky education association stephanie winkler said that she was appalled by bevan's words there's a recall of some e cigarettes three calling the power units used for about two point six million electron cigarettes tobacco giant rj reynolds recalling all views vibe power units after a user reports at batteries malfunctioned and caused the units to overheat and create a fire risk no injuries have been reported reynolds says stop using the east cigs don't charge them and contact the company to receive a refund abc's chuck sivertsen here's a reds update their it's three losses in a row for the reds against the cardinals with saturday's final score six to one they wrap up their series today our coverage starts at twelve forty i'm troy adams her next update at three thirty in breaking news anytime on news radio seven hundred wwl w if you are a small business trucker you owe it to yourself to call oh idea the owner operator independent drivers association in ohio id membership can provide you access to information and resources to help your trucking career along with many cost saving benefits like affordable truck insurance medical benefits drug and alcohol testing fuel card and.

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Kentucky gov. says "I guarantee" child was sexually assaulted during teacher protests

America's Truckin' Network

02:23 min | 3 years ago

Kentucky gov. says "I guarantee" child was sexually assaulted during teacher protests

"And a tree has fallen argus road at cedar avenue now latest forecast from the exergen temporal scanner weather center and i heart radio station overnight showers with thunderstorms possible although sixty do rainfall amounts between a half and three quarters of an inch possible on sunday showers mainly before four pm temperatures falling to fifty four by late afternoon new rain amounts between a quarter and a half inch possible sunday night chance of rain mainly after midnight mostly cloudy with a low thirty six that's the forecast from your severe weather station news radio seven hundred wwl w the radar shows the entire tristate blanketted by heavy rain and storms it is fifty eight degrees right now after a kentucky governor matt bevin said that children were left vulnerable to harm drones and even sexual abuse because schools were closed for friday's teacher walkouts state senator max wise said the disgusting comments made by governor bevin insinuating that a peaceful protests by teachers would lead to sexual assault are reprehensible the president of the kentucky education association stephanie winkler said that she was appalled by bevan's words there's a recall of some e cigarettes three calling the power units used for about two point six million electron cigarettes tobacco giant rj reynolds recalling all views vibe power units after a user reports at batteries malfunctioned and caused the units to overheat and create a fire risk no injuries have been reported reynolds says stop using the east cigs don't charge them and contact the company to receive a refund abc's chuck sivertsen here's a reds update their it's three losses in a row for the reds against the cardinals with saturday's final score six to one they wrap up their series today our coverage starts at twelve forty i'm troy adams her next update at three thirty in breaking news anytime on news radio seven hundred wwl w if you are a small business trucker you owe it to yourself to call oh idea the owner operator independent drivers association in ohio id membership can provide you access to information and resources to help your trucking career along with many cost saving benefits like affordable truck insurance medical benefits drug and alcohol testing fuel card and.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The criminal probe that led them to raid the offices of donald trump's personal lawyer this week is focused on his personal business dealings in a filing with the court in new york prosecutors blacked out a section of describing what they what crime they believe that trump attorney michael conan's committed but they provided new details on the investigation which they said has been going on for months the book by fired fbi director james komi certainly not getting a good review at the white house the president tweeted james comey was a slime bowl press secretary sarah sanders picked up the retorts with a one sentence chain of putdowns does nothing more than a poorly executed pr stunt by komi to desperately rehabilitate his tattered reputation and enrich his own bank account by peddling a book that belongs in the bargain bin of the fixing section komi is launching a significant publicity tour for the work in which he describes the president as unethical and untethered to truth in institutional values bob costantini the white house in kentucky continue to demand more funding for public education a number of school districts from across the state canceled classes to what teachers attend to rally at the capital the kentucky education association is opposing pinch and reform bill signed by the governor that reportedly requires new hires to interact hybrid the cash balance plan as opposed to a traditional pinch the union says the bill also limits new sick days teachers can put toward their retirement frustration still being felt in oklahoma while teachers head back to the classroom but say they'll take their fight for more funding to the polls i'm clayton neville checking your money tonight the dow finished the day down one hundred twenty three points the s and p five hundred down eight the.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from bleaker street presenting the new thriller bayrou's set in nineteen eighty two jon hamm plays a former u s diplomat synagogue she ate their release of a kid nazi i a operative also starring rosamund pike in theaters april eleventh live from npr news in washington i'm to wayne brown in kentucky at this hour thousands of teachers or rallying at the state capital demanding more funding for education kentucky public radio's ryland barton says school districts are closed cross the state is teachers protest changes to public employee pensions the statewide teacher's union has called for lawmakers to override republican governor matt bevins' veto of the two year budget which set aside more money for education than the governor proposed bevan repeatedly lashed out at the kentucky education association this week here he is on w l a p radio in lexington is a fraud they are wasting the teachers hard earned money and they are not representing what's best for the teachers and they're sure not representing what's best for our students more than thirty districts called off school on friday after thousands of teachers called into take personal days ahead of the rally if the republican dominated legislature doesn't override the budget bevin would have to call a special session for npr news i'm ryland barton in frank i kentucky a federal judge has sided with los angeles ruling the trump administration can't threaten to withhold federal grant money from cities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement has danielle carson reports the city's lawsuit argued the justice department was overstepping its authority attorney general jeff sessions has repeatedly threatened to pull the plug and crimefighting grants to so called sanctuary cities which includes la city attorney mike fewer says dangling community policing funds to force cooperation endangers the public we hope that this decision will add a dagger to the heart of administration's efforts to make jurisdictions like ours complicit in the administration's civil immigration policies la got three million dollar crimefighting grant in two thousand sixteen but because of the city's refusal to cooperate with ice it hasn't been awarded any money from the nationwide ninety eight million dollar grant pool for npr news i'm danielle carson in pasadena california.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on WGTK

"Thirty three hundred today seeing is limited brought to you by heart song memory care kentucky elderlaw and word media group intelligent conservative talk this is nine hundred seventy the answer i'm dave dropped for the newsroom the kentucky education association's annual delegate assembly meeting in louisville through friday night is here amid unrest senate bill one fifty one awaits governor matt bevins' signature just this past monday thousands of teachers across the state rallied in frankfurt to protest the bill which involves teachers pensions to louisville meeting has representatives from every kentucky county eight other news floodwaters are back along the banks of the ohio river once again creeping up on the waterfront park the derby festival crews aren't overly concerned representative of the committee that most years during derby festival the banks are flooded under is a little more than two weeks away and the national weather service confirmed that an f one tornado touchdown tuesday night in grayson county near lichfield luckily officials say the rural area received little damage ever wonder what's behind those orange tractors boat offers efficient engineering from agta construction from zero turn moore's to rtd's find a dealer at goku boda dot com stuck in traffic we've got the answer we got a couple of new ones out there this update brought to account temps accident brand new at five fourteen seventy one southbound near the us fortytwo overpass watch for it also working here no injuries gene sneider eastbound preston highway when you could use help closing your books and need additional staff it's time to call accountemps they can provide you with bookkeepers and other accounting and finance professionals on a temporary or project basis and quickly call today accountemps a robert half company i'm charlie soon nine seventy am the answer the nine seventy am the answer weather forecast for tonight skies mostly cloudy overnight low forty two friday mostly cloudy the afternoon high near sixty with a ten percent chance of a late afternoon shower friday night cloudy the overnight low twenty nine with a mixture of rain and snow and about one inch of cumulation possible this forecast brought you by knob creek gun range don't miss the machine gun shoot and military gun show april thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth log onto not creek dot com for details.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on WGTK

"To eight dot com intelligent conservative talk this is nine seventy am the answer i'm big straw for the newsroom the kentucky education association daniel delegate assemblies feeding louisville through friday night this year amid unrest as senate bill one fifty one awaits governor matt bevin signature this this past monday thousands of teachers across the state rallied in frankfurt to protest the bill which involves teachers pensions to louisville meeting has representatives from every kentucky county eight other news floodwaters back along the banks of the ohio river once again creeping up on the waterfront park the derby festival crews aren't overly concerned representative of the committee that most years during derby festival the banks are flooded thunder is a little more than two weeks away and the national weather service confirmed that an f one tornado touchdown tuesday night in grayson county near lichfield luckily officials say the rural area received little damage ever wonder what's behind those orange tractors kubota offers efficient engineering from construction from zero turn moore's too our tv's find a dealer at goku boda dot com whether you're looking to stretch your dollars or save for something special we all want our money to work better for us river citibank is pleased to offer maximum checking the checking account that pays you back you rely on the money in your checking account so why not earn maximum interest on that money visit river citibank k y dot com to learn more or visit any of their convenient neighborhood locations and like the mon facebook river citibank hometown banking hometown people river citibank member fdic fresh yankee doodle wish louisville choice for asian stir fry now with three convenient locations oxmoor mall middletown in the highlands check out our new menu with specials at old favorites brought back jeff for you try one of our specials like patsy you or chop chop noodles or joint some of your traditional favorites like firecracker chicken and pad thai thanking those local and proud of it online at yankee doodle dot com and curbside pickup available at each location stuck in traffic we've got the answer traffic alvarado's by accountemps slowing westbound approaching sixty five just beware that through the end of the rush hour right out in the new incident brand new at the bottom of the hour working at third street at west broadway when you could use help closing your books.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on WGTK

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on WGTK

"Answer from the newsroom the kentucky education association's annual delegate assemblies meeting in louisville through friday night this year amid unrest senate bill one fifty one awaits governor matt bevins' signature just this past monday thousands of features across the state rallied in frankfurt to protest the bill which involves teachers pensions to louisville meeting has representatives from every kentucky county eight other news floodwaters your back along the banks of the ohio river once again creeping up on the waterfront park the derby festival crews aren't overly concerned representative of the committee at most years during derby festival the banks are flooded under is a little more than two weeks away and the national weather service confirmed that an f one tornado touchdown tuesday night in grayson county near lichfield luckily officials say the rural area received little damage ever wonder what's behind those orange tractors kubota offers efficient engineering from construction from zero turn mowers to rtd's find a dealer at goku boda dot com stuck in traffic we've got the answer good morning there aren't being brought to you by the us hhs health resources and services administration we do have the delays on the center freeway at brownsboro road with a crash also on the snyder northbound billtown crash and we're barreau between six and third remain shut down due the flooding here's those who sign up to give the gift of white the heroes the angels the bearers of hope during national donate life month thank you for registering as an organ eye and tissue donor from organ donor dot gov i break shrimp nine seventy am the answer the nine seventy am the answer forecast calling for mostly sunny day today less windy and a little warmer high fifty seven tonight that a few clouds not quite so cold low forty three and then for tomorrow becoming mostly cloudy and milder high sixty three winter storm watch overnight friday with accumulating wet snow likely low around thirty this forecast is service of phnom creek gun range where april thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth machine gun shoot and military gun show go to knob creek range dot com for details morning glory america it's hugh hewitt thank you for joining me today i'm joined by meet the press host chuck todd and check good morning to you good thursday to you i have a couple of stories though and talk to you.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The case of oh skill new details in the russia probe i'm john trout deputy attorney general rod rosenstein told special counsel robert muller in a classified memo last august that he should investigate allegations that former trump campaign manager paul manafort was colluding with russian government officials correspondent shimon prochavez a big piece of info here is that there's an active collusion investigation relating to paul manafort but it also shows that the scope as it relates to paul manafort did go beyond russia in that ongoing investigation a lawyer out of the uk alexander vendors swan will be sentenced today facing zero to six months in prison and right now we expect probably closer to two zero no no time in prison despite the fact that he is now admitting to lying to conspiracy charges in the special counsel investigation correspondent evan perez jury selection of the bill cosby sexual assault case continues judge steven o'neill ruled today that the jury can hear details about a settlement that cosby reached with an accuser cosby's defense has laid out their plan to portray the accuser as a greedy liar who framed the comedian to get rich the walkout continues for oklahoma teachers educators in kentucky are back in the classroom today after yesterday's protests kentucky education association president stephanie winkler overall we feel like this budget does keep the promise to fully fund our pensions and we we're just hopeful that the governor signs this budget and keeps his promise new york stock exchange correspondent alison kasich is on the trading floor where president trump is being blamed for a big drop in the market attacks on twitter against amazon really hitting the tech sector hard you look at amazon shares fell another five percent yesterday yesterday and throughout the past several days the dow is currently up one hundred points i'm john trout broadcasting live from the san francisco bay area this is talk radio five sixty king sfo your tuesday with brian sussman.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Of the board of trustees resigned over the scandal they're also demanding more action to prevent sexual assault on campus the disarming of campus police and adequate housing at the historically black university in oklahoma tens of thousands of schoolteachers have called a strike and are set to rally at the state capital today as they protest for higher wages and a reversal to a decade of republican led cuts to public education last week governor mary fallon signed a bill bringing teachers sixty one hundred dollar pay raise and other benefits the oklahoma education association has said the measure is welcome but does not go far enough in a state where teachers are among the lowest paid in the country meanwhile school districts in parts of kentucky or closed again today after thousands of teachers and kentucky began calling in sick last friday the wildcat strike comes after republican lawmakers ram through legislation last week that traumatically cuts retirement benefits for public employees the pension rollback came as part of an amendment to a nearly three hundred page bill about sewer system regulations it was passed in a matter of hours on thursday with no public hearings and before most lawmakers had a chance to read it as the legislation sped through kentucky's house and senate hundreds of teachers protested inside the state capitol chanting vote them out this is kentucky education association president stephanie winkler.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wbz news time six eighteen get a little bit of sunshine this time of day temperatures going up it's now forty degrees in boston still below normal good afternoon i'm jeff brown our top stories now in the wbz newsroom a major selloff on wall street again today the dow losing nearly two percent over fears of a trade war with china will take a deeper dive inside the numbers coming up on the cbs evening news with jeff lord tonight at six thirty right here at wbz trump administration officials are working on a new package of legislation aimed at closing what they describe as immigration loopholes and locally state police cruisers will now be equipped with gps locators and troop e will be disbanded in the aftermath of the state police overtime scandal a california teenager is found alive and has quite a story to tell after spending a good chunk of the weekend stuck in a drainage pipe law los angeles fire captain eric scott says after a thirteen hour search they found thirteen year old jesse hernandez was oriented he was able to speak we got him to talk to his family immediately and that moment i've never seen a command posts a big burly firefighters hug each other so much yellow fire department says jesse fell in over the weekend and when they found they me was scared cold and hungry but otherwise none the worse for wear a socalled affluence a teenager goes home today ethan couch finished a two year jail sentence for killing four people in a drunken driving cat crash in texas the two thousand thirteen accident happened on north texas roadway when the then sixteen year old boy got drunk and plowed into another car couches attorney argued that his privileged upbringing led him to have affluential and was unable to tell right from wrong a large teachers rally in kentucky today protesting pension reform in education budget plans reporter christine kennedy at the protest leaders with the kentucky education association led the thousands in chanson cries educators here once state funds that go to local schools known as seek funding increase they also want transportation for school districts funded and they are keeping a close eye on voting records meantime in oklahoma kids had the day off today while their teachers protested at the state capital they want more funding for education and this move comes just days after.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Two thirty eight with tracy jonky in bloomberg business wbz news time to nineteen a thirteen year old boy found alive this morning after he fell through a wooden plank yesterday and got lost in a network of drainage pipe types across los angeles captain eric scott tells abc news after a search that lasted thirteen hours the entire team was elated to find jesse hernandez oriented he was able to speak we got him to talk to his family immediately in that moment i've never seen a command posts a big burly firefighters hug each other so much now the fire department says jesse was cold hungry and scared but again he was alert and he was talking the socalled affluential team goes home today ethan couch finishing his two year jail term for killing four people in a drunk driving crash at accident happened back in two thousand thirteen on a roadway in north texas that then sixteen year old couch got drunk plowed his car into another his attorney argued that his privileged upbringing led him to have quote affluential which led him to be unable to tell right from wrong a large teachers rally in kentucky today protesting pension reform and education budget plans christine kennedy's their leaders with the kentucky education association led the thousands enchancing and cries educators here once state funds that go to local schools known as seek funding increase they also on transportation for school districts funded and they are keeping a close eye on voting records meantime in oklahoma school kids are still on spring break but their teachers are protesting at the state capital demanding more funding for education is comes just days after the governor signed legislation approving pay raises of about sixty one hundred dollars this teacher says though she still has to draw from her own paycheck to do her job right spin because i want to make sure that my children have everything that they need and in doing so i do i have to spend quite a bit of my money and i spend quite a bit of time teacher said the appreciate the pay hike but they're still concerned that lawmakers only put aside fifty million dollars for education programs a new study suggests infants who are given antacids like pep sitters antibac are more likely to develop childhood allergies researchers say these drugs may alter the gut bacteria they also say early use of anti biotechs do.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hundred los angeles firefighters continue to search drainage pipes for a teenager who went missing sunday afternoon the thirteenyearold was reportedly playing with friends at griffith park when he reportedly fell into the drainage system firefighters released a picture of jesse hernandez is they worked to find him the pipes he fell into lead to the la river teachers in kentucky will spend their day at the state capital protesting a recent bill that changed that the recent bill that changed the pension program in the state many districts are on spring break today but on friday hundreds of kentucky schools were forced to close because of the amount of teachers who were calling in sick late thursday night lawmakers attach the pension bill to a sewage bill and passed it without any debate the attorney general and kentucky education association plan to fight this pension bill and then in oklahoma thousands of teachers are planning to walk out over demands for better funding last week the governor of oklahoma signed the largest pay raise in the state history but teachers say they are still lacking critical funding only fifty million dollars for the was slated for educational supplies in programs there there are also taking money out of their own pocket money that they don't really have to supplement the materials that they're providing for their students hundreds of dollars for each student each teacher in in some cases thousands of dollars out of their own pocket right now about two hundred schools are expected to close because of this walkout kids were sent home with extra food on friday in preparation it is five forty five the socalled affluence a.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Benefits for public employees kentucky public radio's ryan bertin says thousands of teachers called in sick on friday the protests the changes last week the republican led legislature rushed a bill overhauling the state's pension systems it mostly affects future teachers and state workers but also tweaks benefits to current employees kentucky education association president stephanie winkler said teachers have had enough they are sick and tired of being treated by this government and this particular this governor and the way he treats public educators it's got to stop governor matt bevin has indicated he will sign the bill many of the states school districts are on spring break this week a handful of school districts that aren't have announced they'll be close to let teachers go to the event on monday lawmakers are scheduled to vote on the states to your operating budget which could include cuts to public education for npr news i'm ryland barton in frankfort kentucky the environmental protection agency is expected to reject fuel efficiency targets for vehicles one of president obama's key measures for curbing climate change npr's jennifer ludden reports the move could lead to another legal battle with california in two thousand eleven automakers the obama administration and california all agreed to the higher standards they aimed to nearly double average fleet wide fuel efficiency by twenty twentyfive but since then the price of gas dropped and more american started buying less efficient suv's the auto industry now calls the efficiency target a costly burden and press the epa to weaken it doing that might set up a confrontation with california that state has its own tough mandate for cleaner cars and says it's prepared to sue the epa to defend it jennifer ludden npr news washington china is rolling out new tariffs on meat fruit and other products from the.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst china is levying additional tariffs on one hundred twenty eight kinds of us products including pork and fruits and fairs emily sullivan reports china's ministry of finance says at the increased tariff rates are taking effect monday last month the trump administration decided to impose a twenty five percent tariff on steel imports and a ten percent tariff on aluminum that much criticized decision affects china which produces almost as much steel in a month as the us does all year chinese officials said that this terrify elated world trade organization rules the statement from chinese officials said suspending its tariff concessions on us products was a counter measure in response to that us decision the trump administration said last month is preparing to propose list of other chinese products to be targeted with tariffs emily sullivan npr news mexico's secretary of foreign affairs is country works with the us on migration every day in a tweet saying the facts clearly reflect this is in response to a tweet from president trump this morning saying that mexico does very little if not nothing at stopping people from flowing into mexico through their southern border and then into the us meanwhile mexican presidential front runner andres manuel lopez overdraw says mexico will not be the pinata of any foreign government convince him we won't rule out the possibility we might convince donald trump about wrong firm policy and his contemptuous attitude towards mexicans we will be very respectful towards the us government but we also demand respect neither mexico nor its people will be a punishable for any foreign government her there through a bbc interpreter teacher's union is planning a massive protest at the state capital tomorrow after legislators passed a bill tweaking pension benefits republican ployees kentucky public radio's ryland barton reports thousands of teachers called insect friday to protest the changes last week the republican led legislature rushed a bill overhauling the state's pension systems it mostly affects future teachers in state workers but also tweaks benefits to current employees kentucky education association president stephanie winkler said teachers have had enough they are sick and tired of being treated by this government and this particularly this governor and the way he treats public educators it's got to stop governor matt bevin has indicated he'll sign the bill many of.

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China imposing new tariffs on U.S. products in retaliation of Trump tariffs

02:31 min | 3 years ago

China imposing new tariffs on U.S. products in retaliation of Trump tariffs

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst china is levying additional tariffs on one hundred twenty eight kinds of us products including pork and fruits and fairs emily sullivan reports china's ministry of finance says at the increased tariff rates are taking effect monday last month the trump administration decided to impose a twenty five percent tariff on steel imports and a ten percent tariff on aluminum that much criticized decision affects china which produces almost as much steel in a month as the us does all year chinese officials said that this terrify elated world trade organization rules the statement from chinese officials said suspending its tariff concessions on us products was a counter measure in response to that us decision the trump administration said last month is preparing to propose list of other chinese products to be targeted with tariffs emily sullivan npr news mexico's secretary of foreign affairs is country works with the us on migration every day in a tweet saying the facts clearly reflect this is in response to a tweet from president trump this morning saying that mexico does very little if not nothing at stopping people from flowing into mexico through their southern border and then into the us meanwhile mexican presidential front runner andres manuel lopez overdraw says mexico will not be the pinata of any foreign government convince him we won't rule out the possibility we might convince donald trump about wrong firm policy and his contemptuous attitude towards mexicans we will be very respectful towards the us government but we also demand respect neither mexico nor its people will be a punishable for any foreign government her there through a bbc interpreter teacher's union is planning a massive protest at the state capital tomorrow after legislators passed a bill tweaking pension benefits republican ployees kentucky public radio's ryland barton reports thousands of teachers called insect friday to protest the changes last week the republican led legislature rushed a bill overhauling the state's pension systems it mostly affects future teachers in state workers but also tweaks benefits to current employees kentucky education association president stephanie winkler said teachers have had enough they are sick and tired of being treated by this government and this particularly this governor and the way he treats public educators it's got to stop governor matt bevin has indicated he'll sign the bill many of.

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"kentucky education association" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"kentucky education association" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Salamis shot sterling during a struggle outside the triple s food mart with a thirty seven year old black man was selling homemade cds cbs news correspondent mark strassmann as komo's did you understand me the newly released body camera footage shows the two white police officers wrestling on the ground with alton sterling you can hear police trying to him but sterling continues to struggle after the two police officers struggle a bit longer one yells he's got a gun and then gunfire six shots in all officer howie lake helped wrestle sterling with ground but didn't fire his weapon a pathologist hired by attorneys for the family of an unarmed black man killed by sacramento california police says an independent autopsy shows stefan clark was shot several times from behind and took up to ten minutes to die cbs news correspondent john blackstone bennett oh mulu hired by the clark family to conduct a private autopsy says his conclusion is supported by video from a law enforcement helicopter that captured the shooting with a heat detecting camera attorney ben crump is representing clark's family the narrative that had been put forth was that they had to open fire because he was charging them where obviously based on dot models findings and the family's autopsy suggest all the bullocks were from behind clark was unarmed when he was shot to death by officers responding to reports the someone breaking windows in the area cbs news correspondent jim casula says kentucky teachers are giving the governor of failing grade kentucky teachers are outraged after the republican controlled legislature passed pension reform with no debate or public input kentucky education association president stephanie winkler they are sick and tired of being treated by this government and this particular this governor and the way he treats public educators attorney general andy share is a democrat if and when the governor signs that.

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