16 Burst results for "Kevin Stitch"

"kevin stitch" Discussed on Podium Time

Podium Time

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on Podium Time

"Are we interested in selling tickets for the next gig so we cannot keep doing what we're doing. Then excellent kevin. Kevin was commenting on your deadliest comment or something seemingly well put bread right on. Hashtag good teaching. That's unfortunately it's the only thing that i remember. Now i mean you are so lucky i mean i know you got to chat with kevin earlier but there's there is for my money. There's not better conducting pedagogue in the country. And i'm glad that your audience has gotten to hear from him before and i'm glad that they got to hear from him today. Because i certainly wouldn't be where i am with without kevin stitching here. That gavin taggart teaching hashtag. If he does say so himself oh oh he said it was about. the accidental. Hate speech got put any anything like super cool coming up in the future for you. Any any gigs. Any i mean. I have all sorts of things in the calendar. I can tell you. What's in the calendar. I'd have just have no idea if any of it will happen the next time. I'm supposed to be on the podium. At the end of april with the river oaks chamber orchestra. Down in houston. That'll be my second time with them. They're wonderful man of course has a great relationship. I know man from forever ago and tito from forever ago. We were all league fellows together so anyway. So i'm supposed to be with river of chamber orchestra at the end of april and supposed to be with the north carolina symphony in the middle of june. I'm supposed to be with the san antonio symphony now. North carolina's middle of may san antonio's beginning of june. And i think that's all. I can talk about right now but even those three things may disappear as you know so hopefully. Run the tail end of things disappearing. I i hope so. I don't think we're on the taylor. You know kind of circling. Back to what i said before. I don't think we're on the tail end of having to change programs and having to kind of modify on the fly. I also don't think that's such bad thing because frankly having done this professionally for as many years as i have one of the things that hamstrings us most is this insistence upon programming. Everything's seventeen years ahead of time and we have been made to be a little more flexible right now and i hope that that's one of the. I think there's a lot of really good things that have come away from this in terms of our field. I'm how we deal with things. But i think that's that's one of the things that i really hope we stick with and and hope we take away from homeless absolutely perfect. Anything else you'd like to plug share with our with everybody watching I will second what tito said. My old friend tito wear a mask. Please get vaccinated when it's time to get vaccinated I don t know said when it's your time and i think he meant when it's your turn if it's your time i think the vaccine may be a little late. I would suggest you know the really. The only way that i'm releasing content right now is on my youtube channel. So if if you wanna go to to my youtube channel which is just you dot com slash brett mitchell conductor. Just like most of my social you can check out all sorts of good stuff. There dot com slash brent..

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"kevin stitch" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"ABC News. I'm Dave Packard. Federal agents stepping in in Portland. Oregon's protests continue after the death of George Floyd. The governor wants them to leave some of the agents now being accused of abusing their power. Working for homeland security. Acting director Chad Wolf met with local and state leaders Thursday, claiming they're not doing enough and called the mostly peaceful demonstrators. Anarchists, Democratic Governor Kate Brown. Once federal agents out we're seeing folks being picked it up on put in vans. This's absolutely outrageous. Oregon's attorney general filed a lawsuit against VHS and other federal agencies alleging they seized and detained people without probable cause. Michelle Franzen ABC News the US breaking. At another record, more than 71,000 cases of Corona virus reported in a single day. Florida remains one of the states in a surgeon, new cases, hospitalizations and deaths. Governor Rhonda Santas that his briefing maintains the state can handle the surge. I think fear is our enemy here, and I think that we approach this with a steady resolved. I think we're gonna handle it much, much better. 48 hospitals reporting they have no Icee, you availability. Oklahoma's governor, Kevin Stitches in self isolation after being diagnosed with Corona virus earlier this week, American civil rights giant Congressman John Lewis has died raises pouring in for the man who made civil rights. His life's work. Federal flags at half staff. The Reverend Al Sharpton, remembering Louis walking alongside Martin Luther King Jr front and center on the Bridge in Selma and the March in Washington. John was the.

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"kevin stitch" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on KOMO

"ABC News. I'm Dave Packard. Better relation. Stepping in in Portland, Oregon, is protests continue after the death of George Floyd. The governor wants them to leave some of the agents now being accused of abusing their power. Working for homeland security. Acting director Chad Wolf met with local and state leaders Thursday, claiming they're not doing enough and called the mostly peaceful demonstrators. Anarchists, Democratic Governor Kate Brown once federal agents out we're seeing folks being picked it up on put in van This's absolutely outrageous. Oregon's attorney general filed a lawsuit against VHS and other federal agencies alleging they seized and detained people without probable cause. Michelle Franzen ABC News the US breaking At another record, more than 71,000 cases of Corona virus reported in a single day. Florida remains one of the states seeing a surge in new cases, hospitalizations and deaths. Governor Romney sentence that is briefing maintains the state can handle the surge. I think fear is our enemy here, and I think that that we approach this with a steady resolved, I think we're gonna handle it much, much better. 48 hospitals reporting They have no Icee. You availability Oklahoma's governor, Kevin stitches and self isolation after being diagnosed with Corona virus earlier this week. American civil rights giant Congressman John Lewis has died, praises pouring in for the man who made civil rights. His life's work federal flags at half staff. The Reverend Al Sharpton, remembering Louis walking alongside Martin Luther King Jr front and center on the bridge in Selma, and the March in Washington was the.

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"kevin stitch" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Packard. Better relation. Stepping in in Portland, Oregon, is protests continue after the death of George Floyd. The governor wants them to leave some of the agents now being accused of abusing their power working for homeland security. Acting director Chad Wolf met with local and state leaders Thursday, claiming they're not doing enough and called the mostly peaceful demonstrators. Anarchists, Democratic Governor Kate Brown. Once federal agents out we're seeing folks being picked it up on put in vans. This's absolutely outrageous organs attorney general filed a lawsuit against VHS and other federal agencies alleging they seized and detained people without probable cause. Michelle France and ABC News the US breaking At another record, more than 71,000 cases of Corona virus reported in a single day. Florida remains one of the states seeing a surge in new cases, hospitalizations and deaths. Governor Rhonda Santas that his briefing maintains the state can handle the surge. I think fear is our enemy here, and I think that we approach this with a steady resolve. I think we're gonna handle it much, much better. 48 hospitals reporting they have no Icee, you availability. Oklahoma's governor, Kevin Stitches and self isolation after being diagnosed with Corona virus earlier this week, American civil rights giant Congressman John Lewis has died, praises pouring in for the man who made civil rights. His life's work. Federal flags at half staff. The Reverend Al Sharpton remembering Louis walking alongside Martin Luther King Jr front and center on the Bridge in Selma and the March in Washington. John.

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"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"19. I'm Dave Packard. Federal agents stepping in in Portland, Oregon, was protests continue after the death of George Floyd. The governor wants them to leave some of the agents now being accused of abusing their power. Working for homeland security. Acting director Chad Wolf met with local and state leaders Thursday, claiming they're not doing enough and called the mostly peaceful demonstrators. Anarchists Democratic Governor Kate Brown once federal agents out We're seeing folks being picked it up on put in vans. This's absolutely outrageous. Oregon's attorney general filed a lawsuit against VHS and other federal agencies alleging they seized in the Attained people without probable cause. Michelle Franzen ABC News the US Breaking. At another record, more than 71,000 cases of Corona virus reported in a single day. Florida remains one of the states in a surgeon, new cases, hospitalizations and death Governor Rhonda Santis that his briefing, maintains the state can handle the surge. I think fear is our enemy here, and I think that we approach this with a steady resolve. I think we're gonna handle it much, much better. 48 hospitals reporting they have no I see you availability. Oklahoma's governor Kevin Stitches in self isolation after being diagnosed with Corona virus earlier this week, American civil rights giant Congressman John Lewis has died. Reyes is pouring in. For the man who made civil rights. His life's work. Federal flags at half staff. The Reverend Al Sharpton, remembering Louis walking alongside Martin Luther King Jr front and center on the bridge in Selma, and the March in Washington was the last.

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"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTOK

"Ht to Oklahoma City. Tulsa police officer has died. I'm Beth Myers in the news radio. 1000 Katie. Okay. New center. It's being announced right now. By Tulsa Police chief Window. Franklin at one of the two police officers shot and wounded early yesterday during a traffic stop, has died. Sergeant Craig Johnson died this morning. The other officer remains in critical condition again. Tulsa police officer has died one of two who were shot and wounded yesterday during a traffic stop Two people. Have been arrested. Well, Governor Kevin Stitch showed up at his cove, a news conference at the State Capitol today wearing a black mask, the kind that you wrap around your neck scarf kind. But at the same time, he reaffirmed that he will not require Oklahomans to wear a mask. Like other states. I will not consider reconsider mandating mask we believe in freedoms. I will not mandated that the state of Oklahoma, But he also said, it's not that hard if you can't social distance today, he also announced he is directing the State Health Department to develop a color coded alert system for individual counties to alert residents of cases in their counties and also tell them what precautions they can take. A state Health Department today reported another 585 positive Coben 19 cases in Oklahoma. That is the biggest one day increase since reporting began in March. There are fewer people hospitalized since Friday. And another 16,000 people have been tested. Compared to yesterday's numbers. There have been two additional deaths for a total of 387 deaths in the state, and more than 10,000 Oklahomans have recovered. Meanwhile, students at Oklahoma City public schools will be going back to school in August, the Oklahoma City public school district sharing its reopening plan here's Brian Gan. The plan calls for students to return to class on August 10th students in pairs who are not comfortable with returning to the classroom due to Koba. 19. Concerns will be offered a virtual learning option for third through 12th grades. A remote learning option will also be over for students in pre kindergarten through second grade University of Oklahoma has hired former interim State Health Commissioner Gary Cox, who had to leave his job at the State Health Department because the state Senate wouldn't confirm his nomination. The university says he will serve in the Hudson College of Public Health as associate dean for public health practice and community partnerships and governor still losing to members of his Cabinet who say it's time to return to their full time careers. Here's Margot Murano Health secretary Jerome Law Fridge will be replaced by Oklahoma Healthcare authorities CEO Kevin Corbett. Secretary of Science and Innovation. Casey Shrum will be replaced by her deputy secretary Elizabeth Pollard. State says both law, fridge and shrub more volunteers in his administration and juggling duties of public service with their professional work. The nation's top expert on infectious diseases, says if states don't contain the spread of the Corona virus, he won't be surprised to see as many as 100,000 new cases a day. Dr Anthony Fauci says it could get very bad. The nation is currently adding about 40,000 new cases a day. And another aerospace company, announcing it will locate its headquarters in Oklahoma Sky dweller announcing today it has selected Oklahoma City for its new headquarters from the.

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"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTOK

"County judge orders in Oklahoma county judge to stand trial on allegations of tax evasion Kendra Coleman is accused of failing to filer twenty seventeen state income tax return until after news reports that it was overdue prosecutors contend Coleman has evaded paying taxes for the past decade her attorney says Coleman made estimated tax payments on our law practice a surprising update in the deaths of two children inside a hot pick up Megan bishop reports the Tulsa county district attorney's office now says the two children who died Saturday inside a hot pick up truck we're not left there accidentally by their father who was initially arrested on two complaints of second degree murder investigators now say video surveillance footage from a neighbor's house shows the two children ages three and four getting into the truck on their own apparently while their father was inside the house sleeping for some reason they never got out of the truck police continue to investigate the circumstances though an Oklahoma death row inmate wins his fight to get a hearing before a federal judge over whether his attorney provided ineffective assistance the U. S. Supreme Court yesterday upheld a federal appeals court decision that sixty three year old Jimmy dean Harris's attorney should have sought a pre trial hearing over whether Harris was intellectually disabled Harris's been tried twice and sentenced to death both times for killing moral Taylor in nineteen ninety nine at a transmission shop in Oklahoma City Harris also shot his ex wife who worked at the transmission shop and pistol whipped her when he ran out of bullets and Oklahoma City federal judge says no to governor Kevin stitch requests that the judge clarified the governor's authority to enter into tribal gaming compacts that should turning general Mike hunter claims are against state law the judge ruled yes today that a federal court should not get involved in the state law issue and rejected the governor's request to suspend mediation efforts until the governor's authority was clarified the judge's ruling sends the issue to the state Supreme Court didn't case involves gaming compacts between the state and the Comanche nation at local Missouria tribe the compact would allow sports betting and house bank card and table games which potter says finally state law despite concerns about covert nineteen Oklahoma Republican Party chairman David McLean says it is a good time for president trump to visit Oklahoma we have to be able to get out and communicate with one another great business and we're thankful that we have a governor who understands those things but wants to do it safely as per the data driven guidelines via the health department the trump campaign says a million people have registered for the rally in Tulsa on Saturday the B. okay center hold only nineteen thousand an overflow crowd will be allowed inside the **** business convention center meanwhile the governor wants president trump's campaign to consider moving Saturday's rally outside to accommodate the crowd.

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"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTOK

"Week in a row about forty thousand people filed last week down from fifty four thousand the week before the U. S. labor department says roughly twenty six million people have filed for jobless benefits in the five weeks since the corona virus outbreak began about one in six American workers have lost their jobs since mid March the number of hospitalized covert nineteen patients has declined but there are more positive cases and deaths in Oklahoma here's Marco moronic there are nine more coronavirus cases in Oklahoma the state health department is reporting the deaths occurred in Cleveland Washington Oklahoma Tulsa creek cattle and the Skokie counties there are seventy nine total deaths in the state and the number of confirmed cases has jumped to three thousand seventeen the number of persons hospitalized has fallen slightly to two hundred eighty four covert nineteen is not the only health problem in Oklahoma the state health department's latest report shows the flu said ten more people to the hospital last week and one person died from the flu last week bringing to eighty five the total number of deaths since flu season started in September today's the day governor Kevin stitches hair salons nail salons and barber shops can re open by appointment only as long as they adhere to strict sanitation protocols and are not in communities that have closing restrictions in place the governor says of covert nineteen numbers remain stable restaurant dining rooms movie.

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"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTOK

"Kevin stitch Cherokee ancestry that person has launched an online petition seeking to have states private citizenship revoked several Cherokee genealogists have questions to its ancestry providing documents that they say indicate posted ancestor more than one hundred years ago got the family on the tribe's citizenship rolls fraudulently this coming as the governor faces blowback from engaging in a battle with the tribes over casino gambling revenue Oklahoma voters head to the polls tomorrow in addition to deciding who they want to see on the presidential ballot voters in Oklahoma Cleveland kingfisher creek Muskogee Tulsa and Washington counties will decide whether they want liquor stores to be open on Sundays in their county Oklahoma City voters also will decide whether they want a permanent eight of a cent sales tax for city parks closing arguments are today in Oklahoma county District Court in the trial of the cardiologists accused of driving drunk in an accident that killed a motorcycle driver on I. thirty five forty nine year old Brian Perry is charged with second degree murder aggravated be why leaving the scene of a deadly accident and obstructing an officer thirty one year old Nicholas Russell was killed in the October twenty eighteen accident from the Kiki okay weather center four warn storm team will be mostly cloudy today with a high in the upper fifties will drop back to the upper thirties for lows tonight tomorrow will be cloudy with a high in the mid sixties for more news listen to the daily diet the.

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"kevin stitch" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Be affected children and people with disabilities this focuses on adults who are under age sixty five and enrolled in Medicaid so how it works is states apply for this waiver to get this block grant if approved they'd get at Capt budget from the feds for that population and in return they would have more flexibility to run the program they could make changes to benefits for example they could limit the drugs that are covered right now Medicaid covers all drugs Oklahoma's governor Kevin stitch was there with firm it today he said as he's going to apply for this and called it a game changer and he talked about how this would allow him to charge premiums and add work requirements for adults and Medicaid and he said this could be quote a trampoline it to their future okay that's a memorable image so this announcement came this morning what has the reaction been or other states on board so it's not clear if other states are gonna apply besides Oklahoma Washington state for one tweeted out that it was a hard pass but some states are going to be interested and critics were really quick to jump in here and say that this is not a good idea it's not a good plan for states one example of a group that came out against this was the American academy of pediatrics which put out a statement that it is quote baffling and alarming that such drastic harmful changes are being proposed to a program that works so well critics have started to paint this as a threat to the safety net and some pointed to Porter Rico which actually does already get a block grant for Medicaid and has had many to natural disasters and their what they've had to do is cut benefits and cut provider payments which is caused to doctor shortages and folks are pointing to that as a cautionary tale mmhm how big a deal this is change gonna be great it's optional for states Seth it wouldn't change Medicaid for everybody who uses the program so is this transformation it might be I mean it depends as I just said it and terms of what states do with that how many states apply but it is actually a really big deal to be changing Medicaid at all this idea of block grants has been on the table for a really long time I mean it was talked about in the Nixon era almost it's almost as old as Medicaid and it has always been passed over so it's a big deal for the trump administration to finally get it done without Congress but polling suggests that Medicaid is really popular even in red states Idaho Utah Nebraska where some of the latest to expand Medicaid by popular vote which is a pillar of obamacare and so it may be politically risky for the trump administration to be doing this an election year and legally risky to it will almost certainly be challenged in court that is NPR health policy reporter Selena Simmons Stephan thanks thank you the World Health Organization has declared the new corona virus from China a public health emergency that underlines the increasingly global nature of this epidemic and here in the U. S. federal health officials have identified a sixth case it's a Chicago man whose wife fell ill after she travel to hunt China this is the first case to arise with in the US but NPR science correspondent Richard Harris reports that health officials say it is not cause for alarm health officials in Chicago have been on high alert since a woman who returned from a trip to Wuhan China on January thirteenth fell ill with the novel coronavirus that vigilance has paid off doctor in goes he is he gay is director of the Illinois department of public health the second patient did not travel to China indicating the first person to person transmission of novel coronavirus in the United States the man in his sixties has been hospitalized and is in stable condition according to Dr Jennifer Leighton the Illinois state epidemiologist his wife is largely bounce back from her disease laden says but remains in isolation well she completes her recovery we believe that the husband was exposed to his spouse well he was symptomatic that's a key point because scientists are trying to figure out if the disease can be spread before people are coughing or showing other symptoms Dr Izzie K. underscored that this case is not a surprise this person to person spread was between two very close contact a wife and husband the virus is not spreading widely across the community they spoke at a telephone news conference organized by the federal centers for disease control and prevention also on the call was the CDC's Dr Nancy mess and yet I understand this may cause people to be worried about the virus and how it could affect them this long infection is a serious disease she said but with just six cases in the United States it does not pose a threat to the general public all what we can expect to see more cases in more cases mean the potential for more person to person spread so the CDC is following a tried and true approach to preventing these sporadic cases from fueling an epidemic disease detectives are keeping watch on those who've come in close contact with known cases including their health care workers they are quickly isolating people who get sick and they're urging people who recently traveled to China to be alert for symptoms including cough and fever but doctor missing a says there's no need now for extreme measures such as wearing face masks in public or canceling events we want to lean forward and be aggressive but we won our action three evidence based and appropriate the current circumstance those circumstances can change as we learn more about the disease she says to that end the CDC is eager to get more first hand information from a World Health Organization scientific delegation which will soon be travelling to the diseases epicenter China's hu bay province it's good news that there will be a W. tell mission in China there is much to learn from their more detailed experience that is by far where the vast majority of cases are indeed the case count in China has now surpassed seventy seven hundred including a hundred and seventy deaths the novel coronavirus is still a much smaller wrists to global health than the annual flu which killed hundreds of thousands of people every year but health officials are eager to snuff out the new disease before it.

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"kevin stitch" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Real news for real reporting I'm Jim mission of the house impeachment investigators have begun releasing transcripts of closed door testimony including that of the former U. S. ambassador to Ukraine CBS is Nancy course three of on a **** told congressional investigators she was warned by Ukrainian officials last winter to watch her back because the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani was planning to do things including to her she got fired final but she was blocking it Giuliani would go on to publicly smearing Evanovich as he worked to convince Ukraine to investigate president trump's campaign rival Joe Biden how she Intel chairman Adam Schiff says more to come we will be releasing further transcripts tomorrow we are scheduled to release the transcripts of investable current bass or song one and we will continue to release the transcripts on a an orderly way the FBI says it's disrupted a plot to bomb a synagogue in pueblo Colorado the rest of twenty seven year old Richard holder KCNC reporter Rick sallinger it all started with an undercover FBI employing making contact with holes around Facebook holsters center buttons with swastikas on them and other items according to court documents she said he used to be with the Ku Klux Klan holes were told another Facebook user I wish the Holocaust really did happen they need to die culture was arrested after he took delivery of what he thought were pipe bombs from undercover agents Oklahoma officials believe it's the largest single day commutation of prison sentences in U. S. history more than four hundred fifty state prison inmates went free today C. Farman reports Oklahoma governor Kevin stitch made the official announcement this is the first day of the rest of your life those being released for after the ceremony this woman talked about being reunited with her family my daughter and get a job and get my own place those being released or low level offenders convicted of mostly relatively minor drug and property crimes the governor said they will receive assistance we want to help you it's being called the largest single day commutation in U. S. history Steve Futterman CBS news the Dow join the nasdaq and S. and P. today and closing in a new record market analysts Eugene Peroni in Ewing hope that there would be some kind of a an ounce cement we guarding China and the resolution place a partial one with respect to the character and under that some better than expected earnings reports the Dow gaining a hundred fourteen points to a record close to twenty seven thousand four sixty two it's now up eighteen percent for the year the nasdaq added forty six points the S. and P. up eleven this is CBS news is the unforgettable documentary.

"kevin stitch" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Including to her she got fired finally she was blocking it Giuliani would go on to publicly smearing Evanovich as he worked to convince Ukraine to investigate president trump's campaign rival Joe Biden how she Intel chairman Adam Schiff says more to come we will be releasing further transcripts tomorrow we were scheduled to release the transcripts of investable current bass or song one and we will continue to release the transcripts and a an orderly way FBI says it's disrupted a plot to bomb a synagogue in pueblo Colorado the rest of twenty seven year old Richard holder KCNC reporter Rick sallinger it all started with an undercover FBI employing making contact with holes around Facebook holders center buttons with swastikas on them and other items according to court documents she said he used to be with the Ku Klux Klan holds her told another Facebook user I wish the Holocaust really did happen they need to die culture was arrested entry took delivery of what he thought were pipe bombs from undercover agents Oklahoma officials believe it's the largest single day commutation of prison sentences in U. S. history more than four hundred fifty state prison inmates went free today the foreman reports Oklahoma governor Kevin stitch made the official announcement this is the first day of the rest of your life some of those being released for after the ceremony this woman talked about being reunited with her family my daughter we get a job and get my own place those being released or low level offenders convicted of mostly relatively minor drug and property crimes the governor said they will receive assistance we want to help you it's being called the largest single day commutation in U. S. history Steve Futterman CBS news the Dow join the nasdaq and S. and P. today and closing at a new record market analysts Eugene Peroni hope that there would be some kind of a an ounce cement regarding China and the resolution Lisa partial one with respect to the characters and under that some better than expected earnings reports the Dow gaining a hundred fourteen points to a record close to twenty seven thousand four sixty two it's now up eighteen percent for the year the nasdaq added forty six points the S. and P. up eleven this is CBS news.

"kevin stitch" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I'm Pam Coulter hundreds of nonviolent Oklahoma prisoners are free tonight after the largest single day computation in U. S. history CBS is Steve Bartman reports Oklahoma governor Kevin stitch made the official announcements is the first day of the rest of your life this woman talked about being reunited with her family my daughter we get a job and get my own place those being released or low level offenders convicted of mostly relatively minor drug and property crimes the governor said they will receive assistance we want to help you it's being called the largest single day commutation in U. S. history unknown white supremacist is in custody and faces charges in a plot to bomb a synagogue in pueblo Colorado twenty seven year old Richard holes around up working with two undercover agents US attorney Jason Dunn says holders facing a hate crime after being contacted by undercover FBI agents posing as fellow white supremacists Mr holder indicated that he wanted to do something that would let Jewish people in the public can you know that they are not welcome and that according to him they should leave or they will die holes are faces up to twenty years behind bars if convicted the curtain is being pulled back from the house impeachment and Corey house Democrats have released transcripts of two witnesses who said they were concerned that ambassadors were being used to advance domestic political objectives including Marie your vine of itch who told lawmakers she was warned that Rudy Giuliani and other trump allies were looking to hurt her president trump had this to say I really don't know.

"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTOK

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"kevin stitch" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"kevin stitch" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

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"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTOK

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"kevin stitch" Discussed on KTOK

"Wants five million dollars for a border wall. But Democrats say it's too expensive and are offering a one point six billion dollars for border security. Oklahoma's new governor is touting the power of change. Here's KT okays Calvin right? Republican Kevin stitch sworn into office on Monday and during his inaugural address. Governor Stith said change underway. I look forward to rolling up my sleeves and working with you on the important tasks we have ahead to make Oklahoma a top ten states. Good also said he's committed to Oklahomans as a bold face leader for decisions make a difference today and for future generations in one of his first actions as governor stood asked the Oklahoma state banking department to encourage Oklahoma financial institutions to take some practical measures to accommodate customers affected by the partial government shutdown. The banking department says those measures might include making adjustments to existing loans or originating new credit to support immediate cash. Flow needs with the death of an inmate Friday at the state penitentiary at Macalester midwest city police may never learned the whereabouts of an eight year old girl kidnapped from her house in nineteen Ninety-seven and presumed killed Anthony Palma was serving a life sentence for the murder of Kirstin Hatfield Kirsten's body was never found midwest sepals cheap. Brandon claves worked at the case from the beginning. We're certainly not encouraging violent actions independent century. But. Some people would say he met his Justice are concerned is the fact that we've not had closure on this case, and we may never have closure. He told KFOR he planned to interview Palma in prison later this year. Corrections officials say Palme was killed by his cellmate a female gorilla died Friday at the Oklahoma City. Zoo officials say twenty four year old Khalili was found unresponsive in her habitat and necropsy determined. She guide a twisted intestine. She was born at the Toledo zoo and was moved through the Oklahoma City zoo in two thousand as part of a breeding recommendation..

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