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2 employees killed in shooting at Memphis postal facility

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

2 employees killed in shooting at Memphis postal facility

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a shooting at a postal facility in Tennessee leaves three employees dead authorities say three US postal service workers are dead after a shooting at a postal facility in Memphis Tennessee an FBI spokeswoman says two US postal service workers were fatally shot by a third employee who died from a self inflicted gunshot no motive was immediately released by authorities the shooting occurred in the east Lamar carrier annex in the historic orange mountain neighborhood it was the third high profile shooting in or near Memphis in recent weeks on September twenty third the franchise owner of a sushi counter inside a Kroger grocery store fatally shot one person and wounded fourteen others before killing himself a week later a teenage boy was shot and critically wounded at a Memphis school and police detained a second boy believed to be the shooter hi

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Stolen Vehicles (MM #3856) - burst 1

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Stolen Vehicles (MM #3856) - burst 1

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Over the last couple of years, Nashville has seen a huge increase in stolen vehicles, where a growing city where the it city so an increase in stolen vehicles shouldn't be surprising. But that's not the part of it that surprises me most. The part I'm surprised with is how many people steal vehicles with small children strapped into baby seats in the back seat. So basically people are stealing vehicles with a child on board. It happened last week at a local Kroger store, a set of parents were shopping inside and had left the car running with the child strapped in outside the parking lot. Now that's just beyond boggling to me and I don't understand it, but it's not the first time anything like that has happened. Happens to gas stations all the time. People stop for gas or stop to go get cigarettes or whatever they're doing at the convenience store. Don't lock their doors, leave their car running and leave a baby in the back. It's not just stolen vehicles. It becomes stolen children. The good news so far, every one of those vehicles stolen has later been found with the child inside and the child okay. Very strange

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Stolen Vehicles (MM #3856)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Stolen Vehicles (MM #3856)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Over the last couple of years, Nashville has seen a huge increase in stolen vehicles, where a growing city where the it city so an increase in stolen vehicles shouldn't be surprising. But that's not the part of it that surprises me most. The part I'm surprised with is how many people steal vehicles with small children strapped into baby seats in the back seat. So basically people are stealing vehicles with a child on board. It happened last week at a local Kroger store, a set of parents were shopping inside and had left the car running with the child strapped in outside the parking lot. Now that's just beyond boggling to me and I don't understand it, but it's not the first time anything like that has happened. Happens to gas stations all the time. People stop for gas or stop to go get cigarettes or whatever they're doing at the convenience store. Don't lock their doors, leave their car running and leave a baby in the back. It's not just stolen vehicles. It becomes stolen children. The good news so far, every one of those vehicles stolen has later been found with the child inside and the child okay. Very strange

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Stolen Vehicles (MM #3856)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Stolen Vehicles (MM #3856)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Over the last couple of years, Nashville has seen a huge increase in stolen vehicles, where a growing city where the it city so an increase in stolen vehicles shouldn't be surprising. But that's not the part of it that surprises me most. The part I'm surprised with is how many people steal vehicles with small children strapped into baby seats in the back seat. So basically people are stealing vehicles with a child on board. It happened last week at a local Kroger store, a set of parents were shopping inside and had left the car running with the child strapped in outside the parking lot. Now that's just beyond boggling to me and I don't understand it, but it's not the first time anything like that has happened. Happens to gas stations all the time. People stop for gas or stop to go get cigarettes or whatever they're doing at the convenience store. Don't lock their doors, leave their car running and leave a baby in the back. It's not just stolen vehicles. It becomes stolen children. The good news so far, every one of those vehicles stolen has later been found with the child inside and the child okay. Very strange

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Place To Hide (MM #3844)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Place To Hide (MM #3844)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. You might have heard the story last week about a Kroger and suburban Memphis being shot up by a former vendor, killing one in the store, injuring 15 and then killing himself. It's been big news around Nashville because he had ties to Nashville his family still lived here, so it's still in the news today. But one of the interesting parts of the story that just kind of freaked me out a little bit was when they talked to the police chief and he praised the workers in the shoppers, saying they did the best that they could do and knew what to do. People were hidden everywhere you could find inside refrigerators, wherever it had to be. He said, we entered the building and was obvious they the employees and the customers knew what to do. Run, hide, and fight. Have you ever walked into a grocery store or a big box store and thought what happens if somebody comes in and tries to kill us? Where am I going to go? What am I going to try to do? I thought it was never entered my mind. We don't live in that world. But sadly, it looks like in a way we do, and we have to think about those things. Every time you walk into a building, you have to think, what if I have to run and hide? Are you prepared? Hate to say this, but you need to be prepared for the worst.

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Place To Hide (MM #3844)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Place To Hide (MM #3844)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. You might have heard the story last week about a Kroger and suburban Memphis being shot up by a former vendor, killing one in the store, injuring 15 and then killing himself. It's been big news around Nashville because he had ties to Nashville his family still lived here, so it's still in the news today. But one of the interesting parts of the story that just kind of freaked me out a little bit was when they talked to the police chief and he praised the workers in the shoppers, saying they did the best that they could do and knew what to do. People were hidden everywhere you could find inside refrigerators, wherever it had to be. He said, we entered the building and was obvious they the employees and the customers knew what to do. Run, hide, and fight. Have you ever walked into a grocery store or a big box store and thought what happens if somebody comes in and tries to kill us? Where am I going to go? What am I going to try to do? I thought it was never entered my mind. We don't live in that world. But sadly, it looks like in a way we do, and we have to think about those things. Every time you walk into a building, you have to think, what if I have to run and hide? Are you prepared? Hate to say this, but you need to be prepared for the worst.

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Beyond, Impossible join crowded plant-based chicken market

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Beyond, Impossible join crowded plant-based chicken market

"Beyond meat and impossible foods are entering the already crowded field of plant based chicken products the sales of plant based meats were already growing before the pandemic rival California startups beyond meat and impossible foods that made a splash with plant based burgers are now moving into the crowded market for plant based chicken were launching a product that is delicious order a purchase for you lower saturated fat fewer calories impossible foods president Dennis which and says its soil based chicken nuggets went on sale at Walmart Kroger and other grocery stores this month beyond meat president Ethan brown says its new tenders are made from fava beans hood told sold out panda express is it beyond original one second this time the companies will be competing with over fifty brands of plant based chicken options I'm Jennifer king

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Everything we know about the Kroger mass shooting

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

00:29 sec | Last month

Everything we know about the Kroger mass shooting

"Will keep paying employees of the tennessee. Store attacked by a third party vendor. Sarah bartlett has more a kroger. Spokesperson says the caller vel store will stay closed while police investigate thursday's attack which left a customer identified as livia king dead ten workers and four other customers were hurt in the mass shooting. Kroger says counseling services are available to any associate who needs help. The shooter took his own life and a motive is still unknown. I'm sarah

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Ghost Kitchens See Light of Day During Pandemic

The Daily Dive Weekend Edition

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Ghost Kitchens See Light of Day During Pandemic

"Of ghost kitchens is expanding exponentially, as is investment in the concept. What's a ghost kitchen and then those? No, It's not a place where ghost is the chef Michelle Romano, Tech entrepreneur and co founder of Clear Coat. These are very small kitchens that are designed to serve only customers. That order from them from platforms like seamless or uber eats. And so there's no need for a storefront. There's no need for guests eating, Romano says. That means you don't have to invest a million dollars to start up a ghost kitchen like you would a regular restaurant. You can set up a ghost kitchen now. $50,000. Now This isn't just about startups and entrepreneurs. Grocery giant Kroger will begin preparing restaurant meals from Ralph's location in Los Angeles this fall. More kitchens will be added in stores later this year in a joint venture with Kitchen United, which specializes in ghost kitchens. As many as six different restaurant companies, including local, regional and national brands will be featured. Gregg

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"kroger" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:50 min | 2 months ago

"kroger" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"We'll bring you in like herbs and spices will make out of it. You'd see real quick. How quick those people well. I think that's another point. We'll make millions. That's another good point. Is that if you if you took people out of modern day comforts aside right. That's where i was going and you put them back into the natural environment. It would take very long for them to become lord of the flies. It wouldn't take very long to become a hunter And that's it. That's the end of the story right there. You know we're almost unfortunately we're we're about a generation away from people knowing how to camp. That's how bad we all right. You think covert helped though. Oh no doubt. One thousand percent covert had meat shortages. People like holy shit. I'm going to give on meat from right. fishing license. Sales in arkansas went up forty eight percent over covered turkey licenses in wisconsin. Forty eight percent new hampshire game fish. Licensed live freely dies and people. All of a sudden started realizing. Oh i can go hunt. I can go get my meat and here if you wanna. We've ragged a little bit on the next generation and their lifestyles but the next generation has this thing called a local ball movement and that local ball movement is massive for hunting. Because all of a sudden they're like i wanna locally saw food. i want to know where it came from. I wanna know who touched it. I want to know how to processed. What's the best way to do that. Go do it yourself and you know everything about the animal everything about how it lived. You know everything about how with died because you pulled the trigger. You were the person who who spanned that chasm from between life and death you touched it you processed it and you put it in your freezer feet. I feel like the local source. People are the proper is like the have a better identity through hunting. You know the peppers are always an interesting segment of our industries. Who that's the funny argument right. Like like who's a prepar. I think we all are because we love gear and we all you know what i mean. 'cause like there's always a niche but the we all the preparations is like the outskirts almost like a dirty word..

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"kroger" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

04:46 min | 2 months ago

"kroger" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Nra obviously post ackerman. Mcqueen needs to be doing that. And i also think that. Uscca and a lot of these entities needs to be getting into that paywall pay to play and they need to go out to build entities like yours that have built themselves up and built a community a true community. I'm using the community word right. People should try it sometime. That's different than a following a fucking community and you're building that up and they should be harnessing that and it should be in hand in hand we should want to do it on the cheap to make it work and you should want to do it because they should be coming back to you and understand your value and you're worth you know what i mean. Should you saying that. Of course let origins wasn't built for avi kroger right the fact that i'm facing a voice to blood origin. Someone has to do that job. Okay i just happened to be the guy who does that job. And our push the stone. Everyday bruce wayne the guy when when the most humbling thing to me. I'll give you two examples. The most humbling thing to me is when i talked to. Someone have no idea who i am. And i'd say i'm you know i'm blood origins on the guy who built on all. Yeah know about blood origins And that is the most humbling thing in the world to me. Number two literally forty five minutes ago the pi I met a hawaiian guy. Who knew who blood or origins was even beyond that he's a supporter of Origins Paid support the god gives three bucks a month. You know we we have supporters under the cost of a cup of coffee month and the guy gives because he sees what we do one hundred percent. And it's like holy shipment. You build something you build a story bigger than you. And that's the way the pro you know. It becomes such a a journey such a a a labor of love because you want the story. The story lives longer. You know what i mean th the office of the idea behind the office of the us president versus the president himself. The stories always supposed to be greater and that is a huge accomplishment. I can only imagine how that makes you feel someday. I hope the story of this show to everybody. Listening lives on i. Don't that'll be the case. But that's huge. And i think for you that has to be an amazing badge of honor. I always think of it like this. I don't know how people do it at shows where they constantly nice and kind to every person that comes through and it's a little bit that way to you know When people come up to me. I mean i think it's way less exciting than it ever they ever imagined. I'm like host the fucking podcasts. Or do you want me to do a naked cartwheel. Too much imagery. That's too much. But i love that and i love that you know you get that but you know how many brands and how many companies and how many people never understand that basic premise of building the story before you build yourself. Well the thing is. I couldn't a couple guys in your community that are really good at build in themselves but the stories little lame. We'll talk about that off. I think for to it's lee. Look we started the same way everyone else. Stone industry. I i picked myself elevator. Pitch to anybody who would listen to me. I would get in front of..

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"kroger" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

02:57 min | 2 months ago

"kroger" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Don't get fucked up at night. Go check him out. And i wanna thank A bunch of the other brands full court since kabul courts in shadow to them a special shout out a coup you today. I don't shout them out enough but we appreciate their support here at the show and their clothing my guest and i just tap dick's and we saw each other's pants. We matched. i appreciate what to introduce him now because listen guys we gotta get into the meat and potatoes of this. And i'm excited. I got three liquids for this one. I'm pumped we got the one and only robbie kroger from blood origins to what's going on brother. Man appreciate listen you're involved. You're in an all kinds of causes. I love having you don't flatter me. Go ahead flatter me off ladder you. I'm i'm humbled to be. And i walked in the studio and you. You're absolutely right. You need to get everyone's reaction you'll because it's almost just this mind-bending experience because you've seen it but you truly haven't seen it the scales quite scaling being in the giant ball. You've got that the walking dead. I just noticed the walking dead. We can live table. We got light sabers in. Yeah you know like the end of the world. What's next needed fucking chainsaw. That's what i need. I have i have no. I have a There are there are flame thrower. I don't wanna get into what's come some top secret shit come and cheddar tax products top-secret shit on the way but listen. I love i do love having you. And then when i did a little bit of looking into some of your story and some of the genesis of some of the stuff which i hadn't got into i was really impressed. What got you into into where you are now. I was like what the hell and realized that deep. I thought you just had some fucking podcasting. It's you know. The reason why i do. Blood origins is quite simple. I'm raising two boys. Nine eight right now in america's american citizens. I'm lucky to be in american citizen. Today i wasn't raised in america's raise in south africa. I raising the town. Eight and a half million people just like los angeles families full of hunting heritage charlotte. Like if i could tell you story after story of the story of what my grandfather and my father hunted it'd be mind-blowing be a book itself. But i do. It never got to do it. Except when i came to the states and understanding the system that you have your the wildlife system hunting system the to a component of being able to walk out into a public land with a loaded weapon doesn't happen anywhere else in the world john and so. When when i started blood origins i thought about like. How do i communicate this thing. That has now been presented to me. This thing called hunting has been presented to me. And i now am a steward of it to my voice. Well then i look around. I'm like well shit. We're losing it. We're losing it left right and center. And why are we losing. It is because hunting has a pr problem..

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"kroger" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

05:47 min | 3 months ago

"kroger" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Kroger. There's there are tons of them down there in Florida. Don't I didn't know Kroger until I went down to clear water and watch the Phillies play. Then I saw Kroger's everywhere. Here's the headline. Kroger Drops Coconut milk Amid monkey allegations Now I immediately I I know you're laughing in there. I did, too. I was like, What is Kroger done? And how have they misconstrued coconut milk? Do you know what I immediately thought? What did I immediately think? Come on. And something racist, Of course. Yeah, because monkey Now we learned this with the Santas. When you say monkey around with monkey up something that's immediately racist. You can't even say monkey now without being a bigot. Right. So now the word monkey. It's just a trip word like you can't even say the word because it's immediately now you're racist. So when I read headline Kroger drops coconut milk amid monkey allegations I was like There were a couple of questions to my mind. What does that mean? How do you get coconut milk The monkey to Kroger. What's the What's the racial angler it for Once, folks, it's not racist. It has nothing to do with race. To my surprise. The selection of coconut milk for sale at Kroger is shrinking, and that's because they operate several regional supermarket changed 35 states. But they're pledging not to stock coconut products from Thai suppliers who have been accused of using monkeys as forced labor. Now I don't know why I find that entertaining. I know animal rights people won't I just think it's hilarious to imagine monkeys doing work like clock in and clocking out and having a smoke break. You know, like a Like a loony tunes. Cartoon morning, Ralph. Morning, Sam. I'm picturing monkeys and Fedor is showing up and hanging their coat and hat up and At the Coconut factory. I immediately think of what The Simpsons had a smoking monkey and big bang theory. No will, isn't it? Uh, family guy has the angry monkey that's right for the monkey under the closet or in the closet and debate. Peter has been pushing Kroger to stop selling coconut milk. From coconuts they say are made with coconuts harvested by monkeys since the Began investigating the alleged animal exploitation in 2019. Well, I mean, why don't you just give them a a minimum banana raise? Uh, come on. Just all they want is a living banana wage. Every can of coconut milk purchased from Chico A represents the misery of a chained up monkey. Any grocery store still buying from this brand after Peter exposed coconut cruelty. That's I don't think the phraseology sounds a little off. It's not coconuts. Monkey cruelty, isn't it? I'm coconut cruelty. Yeah, being cruel to the coconut, although Give people time. I'm sure they'll figure out how to get there. Peter says its members sent thousands of emails to Kroger. Held protests with people dressed as monkeys, and I see that now you're getting That's starting to get dangerous. It also dumped hundreds of what it says were humanly picked humanely picked coconuts that's well. I know that when I go coconut shopping. I don't know who's buying coconuts. Can we talk about that for a minute? Who's actually out there? Shopping for coconut? When was the last time you bought a coconut? And if so, why? I've never bought a coconut because it's a pain in the butt. Think the meat of the coconut out. I don't even know. Like what do you use a coconut? I'm not a fan anyway. But like what do you Who's buying whole coconuts. What do you do with them? That I don't know for cooking, I guess yes, that you can use a coconut like to. I know some people that do use coconut in the recipe. Cook, But I have no idea I would not buy a full coconut. I just think of mounds and almond joy. When I think a coconut any mind cracked and peeled and ready to go Given ongoing disruptions in our farm audits due to Covid 19. We were unable to confirm or refute the allegations, Kroger said. And as a result Can you imagine that in the world in all that's going on at this time in human history. There are people who are consumed with monkeys harvesting coconuts in Thailand. There. There are America. I want you to just just stop and consider this for a minute. There are Americans who go to the extent. Of gathering up quote humanely picked coconuts, setting them on sidewalks, dressing up in monkey suits. And picketing Kroger. That's what's going on in their life. Is that the sign of somebody that's got very little trouble in their world. A lot of money. Maybe none. Or maybe the American rescue plan is that it? The Thailand based maker of Chico, a coconut milk did not respond. They have denied using monkeys said they randomly selected coconut plantations to audit using a third party and did not find the use of monkey for coconut harvesting. Oh, okay. By the way, coconut milk just for just for your edification coconut milk products market has been expanding because of the increase in demand for dairy alternatives. So apparently, a lot of people are using coconut milk. My father in law was a vegan. He used almond.

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Nervous Workers Struggle to Adjust to New Mask Policies

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Nervous Workers Struggle to Adjust to New Mask Policies

"People across the country especially store workers are still trying to figure out the new government guidance on wearing a face mask the supermarket chain Kroger becomes the latest to announce that it's no longer requiring customers or workers to wear face masks in states where mandates have been lifted some workers are celebrating but others have been posting concerns they still could catch the corona virus from unvaccinated customers or co workers infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci visiting a vaccine clinic at children's national hospital in Washington admits the new guidance was confusing unfortunately some people interpret it is that that everybody can get rid of their masks which is not the case it was only speaking about people who are vaccinated he and First Lady Jill Biden kept their masks on for the clinic tour I'm Jackie Quinn

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COVID Mask Guidelines From CDC Just Eased Up

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

02:09 min | 5 months ago

COVID Mask Guidelines From CDC Just Eased Up

"States across the US air lifting coronavirus mask mandates following new guidance from the CDC. A major turning point I can breathe again. I think that's fantastic. I think that's what everyone was waiting to hear the CDC saying fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks or practice social distancing indoors. In most places. I feel like a sense of freedom right now. I've already planned a mask burning party. So President Biden entering his Rose Garden briefing mask list, the White House confirming vaccinated staffers are no longer required to wear them A great milestone. Great day. Has been made possible. The extraordinary success we've had in vaccinated so many Americans so quickly on Capitol Hill. Some senators mid vote when the news came down, gleefully taking off their masks. But there are exceptions, the CDC saying fully vaccinated people should still wear masks in hospitals on Busses, trains, planes and if required by a state county employer or business in California. L. A County officials will not immediately follow the relaxed rules in Massachusetts. The mask mandate is staying in place for now. And there are still questions about what this means for places like schools, one of the nation's largest teachers unions planning to follow the guidance if everyone is vaccinated. In a classroom, Ben. It sounds like Everybody in that classroom could go massless, but you have to make sure everybody's vaccinated and you also have to make sure everybody's comfortable with it. The union representing retailing grocery store workers, saying in a statement it's confusing and fails to consider how it will impact essential workers who face frequent exposure to individuals who are not vaccinated and refused to wear masks. Kroger, the nation's second largest grocery chain, will continue to require everyone in their stores to wear a mask. Indoor mass mandates should go At some point, but not right away. We should just wait a little longer for more people to get vaccinated, also raising concerns news of a so called breakthrough outbreak among the New York Yankees at least eight fully vaccinated members, including Star shortstop Glaber Torrez testing

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Kroger Is Amassing a Robot Army to Battle Amazon, Walmart

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

Kroger Is Amassing a Robot Army to Battle Amazon, Walmart

"Chain is betting big on robots. Kroger is building gigantic automated warehouses to catch I've been online grocery delivery. The robots made by Britain's Ocado, retrieve online orders and bring the items to human workers who begged them and make the deliveries. Critics Warren these pricey new facilities could be costly mistakes that food industry analyst Phil Lempert says. This is a smart move by Kroger. When we look at delivery when we look at clicking collect retailers are losing money on those Kroger's automated warehouse can pick a 50 item order and less than five minutes. One of the big advantages having these larger centers around the U. S. Is that they can enter markets that they don't have stores in right now, With automation comes the threat to jobs, Lempert says. His hope is that the grocery industry re trains displaced workers for service oriented jobs inside stores who does very emotional, and it's really human beings that bring the emotion to that shopping experience. Gina Serve any Bloomberg radio startups and research

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Kroger looks to make online grocery orders more profitable

Eddie and Rocky

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

Kroger looks to make online grocery orders more profitable

"To double online sales by the end of 2023 CEO saying today. It will fulfill online orders more efficiently with automated hubs and Kroger's online sales, by the way, grew 116% In the past years, many people ordered online because of the pandemic. All right, Wall

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Texas set to reopen as health officials issue dire warning

Here and Now

05:33 min | 8 months ago

Texas set to reopen as health officials issue dire warning

"People in Texas are now able to walk around in public without a face mask to help curb the spread of covert 19. Businesses are also able to open at 100% capacity. Governor Greg Abbott says in light of the recent dip in covert 19 cases, he sees no reason the state can't get back to normal well for more on the implications of this decision there in Texas we have with us Dr Joel Mullen. She's a public health expert and epidemiologist at Dell Medical School at the University of Texas in Austin. Doctor Mullen Welcome. Thank you for having me Yes. So some stores like Kroger are still going to require masks. But others won't. How concerned are you about the spread of the virus without this mask mandate and with businesses at full capacity. I share the concern that releasing people from the mandates now is actually going to slow down progress and maybe even set us backwards in the response to the pandemic. Can we talk a little bit about what's happening across the state cases are down since the winter surge, But in Houston, specifically, death still average around 200 a day. Yes, we hear the story of Houston, where we've also learned that all of the known covert variants are being found, which once again means we worry about ongoing spread. That's the kind of warning sign that has officials they're concerned and that we should be paying attention to across the state. Yes. What you're talking about. There is Thies variants that have been found in Houston, the first one found in the UK, South Africa and Brazil. Those have shown to infect people more easily. How much could the spread of those actually complicate this recovery? One of the things that we've been trying to help people understand is that the fewer precautions that take the greater the risk there is for those variants to emerge and spread further. So could we be seeing the beginning of the next snowball forming? That would be one thing that I would worry about. And there's no such thing as a fixed border even inside of a state, which means that we would not expect that issue to remain just in Houston. I would like to add that Texas remains near the bottom ranking among states that have vaccinated their population. You were than one in 10. Texans have been fully vaccinated for covert thus far. So we have one of the most populous states in the US with one of the least vaccinated populations compared to other states. But Governor Abbott is actually pointing to the Oh the vaccine rollout is one of the reasons for lifting the mandate. I mean, what I'm hearing from you is that doesn't justify this latest order. So as a public health official, I always want to be able to tell people where there's optimism that the vaccines are rolling out is something to be optimistic about. That they are not rolling out as efficiently effectively and equitably as they ought to is a reason for us to be more motivated to do better. And to keep our guard up at the same time. Do you think, though with governor Abbott is saying, I mean, essentially that the rollout is happening. We're going to see a ramp up that that could offset what we're seeing in in terms of numbers and the potential for increase with this lifting of the mass mandate in the context of our saying herd immunity where we can really feel confident about Protection of the population being maybe 70 or 80%, but nobody can say the exact percentage says there's a long road to travel from where we are now to where we need to be even with vaccinations. Ah, lot of Texas is rural, and I remain concerned about what we're not hearing about communities there. Some of whom have not seen any vaccine yet, And we're also talking about a state where many people are still reeling in the aftermath off the power and water outages. That's right, because Texas is still recovering from those water outages and flooding. Before we let you go. I want to ask you about the implications of mixed messaging around the virus in your personal thoughts about all of this. Here's Houston police chief Art as a veto on MSNBC last week after the governor's announcement, we'll get what the governor says. Forget what the law says. What does our own humanity call upon us to do, and that's to be Cognisant that this is one of the best things we could do is wear masks. I mean, the chief is a high ranking official giving a very different plea than the governor with all of the experience you have in this crisis in the data available. What's your takeaway message for those who live in Texas who are now hearing all of these messages who understand that there is no mass mandate. And really just want some direction, moving forward. Would encourage people to think less about the sound bites and oppositional language. We can fight forever and in some places we probably will, because not everybody's always going to agree. But if we could organize around a shared desire to truly get to the other side of this together We could share some strategies that everybody ought to buy into and

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Texas Executive Order Reopens Texas Businesses to 100% Capacity and Lifts Mask Mandate

KQED News Special

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Texas Executive Order Reopens Texas Businesses to 100% Capacity and Lifts Mask Mandate

"The capital Friday. Governor Greg Abbott's executive order loosening pandemic restrictions will officially take effect tomorrow. Houston Public Media's Sasha Coronaries more under governor Abbotts order tanks is businesses will be allowed to operate it 100% capacity. Have. It is also lifting the statewide mass mandate, signing declining cove in 19 cases and hospitalizations as well as the growing availability of vaccines. But many public health officials say the move is premature. A number of businesses will still require employees and customers to where Mass, including chains like targeting Kroger. The governor's decision to rescind pandemic regulations comes is Texas continues to report a high number of covert related deaths. According to the CDC. More than 1500. People in this state have died from the virus over the last week.

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Retailers put brakes on state moves to scrap mask mandates

Mark Blazor

02:16 min | 8 months ago

Retailers put brakes on state moves to scrap mask mandates

"Local retailers air saying, Hey, master going to stay in place, aren't they? Yeah. Number of stores were saying that big change in Texas Mark Kroger H. E B, Big grocery store chain in Texas, CVS, Walgreens best by Target, Macy's Jasey Benny and then Toyota and GM. They're saying that Masks here are gonna still be required and Kroger seconds, doing what needs to be done to keep customers and employees safe. Abbott saying the governor Abbott, that's perfectly fine that they could do whatever they want to do on their property. But That he believes it's time to get going again. And here's how he's goodness in Texas and across the country. We now have the vaccine. Vaccines to protect Accidents from Kobe more than 5.7 million vaccine shots. Have already been given to Texas. But his critics including many and the health care side of things, they're saying, yes, it's looking a lot better, and we're going down the road of hopefully being somewhat done with this soon, but They feel like just give it a few more weeks and that they've got 29 million people in Texas. And, yes, $5.7 million has been given out split that in half because of two doses for most of them, And it's a small fraction of the poet folks in Texas who have the shot yet and then. You look the positivity rates in Texas. They 14% which is higher than many states, California which was so big couple of weeks ago, now down to 2.1% so You've got folks saying, Yeah, we want to get going again. But in the medical world they're saying just give us a few more weeks today in Alabama that the governor there Republican governors, she's saying they want to get there. She says she feels like what Texas Mississippi you're doing is just a little bit too early. Even with this positive news. I have a Dr Harrison. I'm both convinced that we need to get past Easter. And hopefully a lamb. Oh, Alabamians to get their first shot before we take a step. Some other states have taken to remove the mask or altogether and lift the restrictions outside of a handful of states, Texas, Mississippi, Florida and a couple of others. Generally, you're hearing this, okay? It's looking good, But let's tap the brakes just little bit. Give it a few more weeks and then and see if we can knock these things down. Okay. Okay, Alex. Thank you very much. I don't know if you just heard a little

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Biden criticizes states for lifting mask mandates

Charlie Parker

01:01 min | 8 months ago

Biden criticizes states for lifting mask mandates

"States are pushing back against President Biden, accusing them of Neanderthal thinking following their decision to reverse covert 19 safety policies, including Mask mandates from Day one after President Biden sign that 100 Day nationwide made made Data Data on on federal federal property. property. He has been been pushing people to wear wear mass. So now now as more states states ease ease their requirements, requirements, he's slamming their their decision with the the knuckle knuckle dragger dragger insult down south in Mississippi, where there is no mask mandate, Governor Tate Reeves shot back, saying he's offended. Currently, 15 states do not have a mask mandate. Alabama's requirement expires tomorrow. Texas will lift there's on March 10th. Nationwide, many major commercial chains like targets. CVS, Walgreens and Kroger will still require mass Wearing citing CDC guidelines is the White House continues to press states to follow the recommendations of the announcement by the Republican governors to end state mandates come shortly after the CDC director warned that with the new covert variants on the rise, there's the potential of the fourth surgeon cases if the public is not careful. Meantime, several

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"kroger" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

Northern Kentucky Spotlight

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"kroger" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

"And welcome back to the northern kentucky spotlight. Thanks for sticking around man. We weren't like i said shop full of information today. Jeremy with lots of great things. Listen we're still talking about kobe. Bits we are just emerging from the abyss. And all that great news from dr sadler and anger from kroger cannot wait to see that hopefully very very soon we won't leave the convention center as a regional site. That's the goal. Yep and i. I do a thank you to see g and c crew consulting for helping us get this thing out there to all the people in. Hey share this information back to the vaccine. I don't know how many people i get on a daily basis asking like. Hey you know what's going on with the vaccine. Got the information right here shared it. It is confusing. It is very confusing for some people. So yeah absolutely. Hit share on this. Hit subscribe all of that. Great stuff because That's how you get this great information coming your way and hey stick with us next week right here on the spotlight We're going to be spotlighting business. That moved from ohio into kentucky. You know it is the us playing card company now that there's not that it's a competition. Okay everything's a competition. It's a card. Game is absolutely as a competition. But anyway that's coming your way next week so we hope you'll join us for that in the meantime like i said if you subscribe save share whatever you can do to get this information out to the masses. That would really help us out here on the spotlight. Jeremy thank you for your hard work today as well. Thank you so much for keeping this professional. Well i don't know. I kind of went on a rant about the bridge. But that's okay now of figuring out who are march all right guys. We'll see you next week. Here on the northern kentucky spotlight..

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"kroger" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

Northern Kentucky Spotlight

03:09 min | 8 months ago

"kroger" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

"Hi everyone we are so blessed again to have once again with us. Dr lind sadler director of health with northern health department. Dr sadler thank you so much for taking the time again to be with us. Give us another update. So where are we at with vaccine distribution this week. Oh my gosh. In spite of mother nature doing her best this week. I think we made some real Ongoing progress with vaccinating northern kentuckians You knew we have a number of sites now available to people To be vaccinated we In addition to saint elizabeth health point and the health department of course the kroger site in covington. The convention center started up a number of walgreens. I think about thirteen walgreens throughout northern kentucky a few of the independent pharmacies also All received one hundred doses. This week each Croker hat i think about two thousand doses Saint elizabeth had about three thousand doses of we got about thousand this week and so all of us are vaccinating just as fast as we possibly can And i think we all did a good job week in spite of the weather of continuing to hold our vaccination clinics and The delays in shipments of vaccine. This week did not seem to have a significant impact. Because we had our vaccine for this week And we've got some vaccine to get started next week. When the the shipments do start rolling back in again. I do want to mention that. There are going to be two additional new vaccine sites in northern kentucky starting next week the walmart alexandria and the kroger little clinic in walton will join the vaccination landscaped and all of the vaccination sites in northern kentucky can be found on our vaccine info page on our website. Www and health dot oled word. Thank you for the update you. That's that's really great news. It seems to me talking to you. Talk a couple times a week now. It seems like you're more and more optimistic about vaccine a new. You can't predict the future but it seems like what we're hearing from. The feds is that over the course of time. We'll see steady increases is it might. Am i reading too much into that or is that really how you feel. You're more more optimistic. i am more optimistic. You know all of us in public health have been going after his for over a year. Now trying to get this pandemic under control And it and i really do feel optimistic. we're hearing more and more. That vaccine allocations are increasing to the state which means that more will come to the local levels and the federal government is direct shipping vaccine to places like walgreens and other sites as well..

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New York Governor Cuomo Should Resign or Be Impeached Over Covid Scandal

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:28 min | 8 months ago

New York Governor Cuomo Should Resign or Be Impeached Over Covid Scandal

"Finally allowed to talk about the fact that Andrew cuomo is a garbage governor. Who got a lot of people killed with bad policy. In fact there's a piece in the week today. By ryan cooper titled resign andrew cuomo. He points out that his administration concealed data about kroger's cases in nursing homes reportedly for fear of federal prosecution stories of his vitriolic abuse and threats directed at other democratic. new york. Politicians are coming out yet even all that is only the start of deadly corrupting competence. So in keeping with judging by his by his results cuomo should resign immediately and free new york state from his dismal. Misrule says ryan cooper of the week and not at the nursing home scandal has been bubbling for nearly a year. Now it starts with cuomo's inexplicable decision back in march two thousand twenty two order nursing homes to accept recovering covid nineteen patients even if they were still testing positive a recent. Ap investigation found that. At least nine thousand recovering patients were sent back to nursing homes and long term care facilities a number that is forty percent larger than his administration had previously admitted is unquestionably worsened. The pandemic as it ripped through new york's elderly population. that's not the only number cuomo fudged nursing homes new york attorney general letitia. James investigated situation found that his people may have under counted the number of deaths associated with nursing homes by fifty percent cuomo. Then instead of the eighty five hundred said they'd been reporting. The true number was over. Fifteen thousand about a third of the state's deaths and then of course in your post reported comments from cuomo's top aide. Melissa rosa seemingly admitted that they deliberately faked the numbers as part of a cover up. His officials froze fear. The truth is going to be used against us. By federal prosecutors ran cooper says cuomo bungled the pandemic basically from the jump. The new york city metro got hammered with the worst break in the country. In the following months cuomo's compulsive bullying and control. Habits gradually drove an exodus of public health professionals from the state government including the state's health department director of bureau of communicable disease control as medical director for uppity myalgia in the state epidemiologist and then his micromanagement tangled up the early stages of the state's vaccine rollout he throughout the plan. The state health department had worked up over months substituting his own he put he put in place strict requirements that only people who qualified to get shots but then added threats of punishment for organizations that didn't distribute their shots fast enough and the result was chronic delays. His bottom line is this. Cuomo has been a garbage governor in the media. Didn't just cover for him. They featured him. He was the greatest government in america. Meanwhile ron santa's greatest villain. In america down in florida with the number two populations seniors in america by percentage after main which has seven people.

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"kroger" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast

The Indigo Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"kroger" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast

"All right so today. Our guest is john kroger and we'll be talking about an array of topics including the importance of learning and education for national security the future of higher education and supporting human thriving in society at large. That's right chris. We're just so thrilled to have john kroger with us today. So let me introduce him. But i can really only kinda hit. The highlights given his depth of experience so john kroger currently serves as a vice president at the aspen institute he previously served as the inaugural chief learning officer of the united states navy and marine corps providing oversight for all education institutions and programs for more than nine hundred thousand civilian and military personnel with a budget of more than one point seven billion dollars before that he served as the president of reed college. The attorney general of organ assistant. Us attorney and in several roles as a policy analyst and legislative assistant he also in uniform as a us marine after which. He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in philosophy at yale university and his law degree from harvard university. So john formerly. I want to welcome you to the nego- podcast. Thank you said scraped to join you. This morning wonderful yes. John is a giant wait. We could spend the our podcast just going over his feats general awesomeness that he sat over his life. I want to get some knowledge from them. That's right so maybe we start with this idea of the importance of learning and education for national security. So you know maybe before we get to deepen that. I look like the no. Just why did you join the marines in the first place so i enlisted in brains on my seventeenth birthday Way back in The early nineteen eighties and for me. It was a decision that probably looks like the decision of a lot of people Thinking about the armed forces. I ultimately wanted to go to college. I couldn't afford it at that time and the college education i could afford was probably part time and kind of working fulltime and scraping by and I really thought that. If i spent a few years in the armed forces i would be able to create a platform where maybe i could get the kind of college education. I really wanted and i was also not ready to go to college. I wanted an adventure. I i really was a little bit. Burned down on formal learning. I'd always been sort of a self taught kind of person. And so the idea of cutting loose from formal education for a few years and serving our.

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"kroger" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"kroger" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The the marshes are Kroger to this world or to to open up you know in certain neighborhoods so I think with the education piece it's not so much whether it's a voucher or a like a private school or charter school or a public school I think what you're looking for is what's literally happening in the classroom water teacher extrication what strategies are being used to actually you know address that she'd make gaps or opportunity gaps so soon you can different terms now so that we don't just sit back every year and just six at bats black students are gonna have lower test scores on on sept the other thing that happened with this is we're not just saying that it's about what's happening in the classroom we're recognizing that like the housing problem like a child here the child was still safe at home and have like the necessary equipment like you learn little things that nature that's the problem and that influences learning if they're hungry and they don't have healthy food options that's a problem a manifold and so with AC I've doing inside look at the problem of the she may get more holistically to the other states you really about using the energy that we can put together to build a stadium or to launch a masthead the system to think about okay how do you get food who how do you get food to people as opposed to people to suit try not to have more you know big box grocery stores are marches and things that nature are going to be more like Instacart and you know other other methods what will become of the people we just got to figure out how to get those systems to work so that we can break down who some dancers are fun of course for my friend this is up to the city council did unanimous by the way are basically said racism is a public health issue of any kind of went through the the the laundry list of things what do you think about that I was very appreciative of the fact that they did that it was in when I read the actual opera the proposal totals one eighty two so they you know they they restaurants all the different institutions national institutes of medical psychological execution that has said racism impacts help determine by black people in particular they also said some important things that were part of the A. C. I. gender including the collection of data and did the disaggregation of data to look at what's happening to black white Latino Asian and other folks in the community best or was it just like a lip service like proclamation kind of the thing basically saying to the city we're actually gonna pay attention to what's going on and we're going to be data informed about the kinds of decisions were making and use that data to you know really kind of get some equity here all right well like I said this is start of all of the long conversation my friend our good friend marshon Wally who is a columnist for the Indianapolis recorder as well as the whole nine yards my son my friend always good to talk to you thank you very much my friend for being with us to stay safe and be good yes Sir always good to be here thanks it wasn't a ninety three W..

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"kroger" Discussed on The Besomebody Podcast

The Besomebody Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"kroger" Discussed on The Besomebody Podcast

"He's left behind like American, food hero, one of the most powerful women in the Industry The work that you've been doing as as really inspired me We're blessed in grateful to be partnering with you guys, but the what you started started way before we came along, and it's just been awesome to watch us, so thank you for being thank you. Thank you, so we wanted to talk about colony. There's so much we can talk about because if this could be like an hour and a half to the. If we I. If, we forget that you're over there because I take it personal. Yeah Clear your throat. I wanted I mean I. wanted to jump in colleen just to start with. You know we talked about it the other day about all work. That's happening in the grocery side of Kroger. Obviously, the largest grocery chain in America and then also the healthcare side, which which oversee on Kroger Health twenty, two thousand is because mentioned twenty two thousand Healthcare Practitioners Professional, serving fourteen million people. Every year across country, and what you guys are doing together on the front lines of the frontlines to serve these to serve Americans has been incredible. Can you talk a little bit about what it's been like leading during this pandemic? Yes, so first of all. It's an honor. To be given the opportunity to lead on the front lines of the front lines I have been in the industry for twenty five years and I've never seen a time like we're seeing right now. I've never seen people come together like I'm seeing right now. And the collective efforts of the four hundred and sixty thousand people that work for the company across the country has just been I. mean anything but but amazing amazing to see. People being a part of something bigger than themselves, and how fast the Kroger Company has reacted to this crisis, and from the safety measures that we put in place quickly, for associates and for our customers, and every decision that we make by the way is grounded in our values, and our purpose and I think we talk a lot about purpose..

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"kroger" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"kroger" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Grocery and Kroger offers pick up and delivery and I've been hot for it I will tell you I've done a grocery pick up a couple of times now where everything ordered online is brought in bags in a cart out to my car and I have the brilliant ability to social distance so please keep that in mind as well back to your pantry the canned beans last a couple of years the dried beans they're indestructible the rice the pasta add the tomato sauce all a year or so shelf life if you have evaporated or powdered milk a great substitute for the liquid it that might not be available in your grocery store fresh milk certainly a shortage right now and with that said if you're using powdered milk which is always great to keep on hand it's a quarter Cup of milk powder to a Cup of water which will make you one Cup of the liquid and you can bake and cook with it just the same I think dried mushrooms and plant based products are brilliant to keep on hand because they too have a very extended shelf life dried mushrooms I actually make a really hearty veggie broth with an all use that to cook rice or keen why I use that as a base for soups or stews or sauces and as far as snacks are concerned I'm a snack monster yes I have beef jerky in one hand and a microphone for the radio in the other often times and your snacks have a good shelf life so their essentials the salsa in the pantry will last six months or so the beef jerky a year the not Butters always good to have on hand as a great source of protein hi two years and then I dried fruit you have about six months nuts as well but preferably in the freezer those are great places to store that super cold area the dried fruit and the knots for extended shelf life so please take note with that said I have some ideas for no cook meals because we are all cooking for stress relief I think you do need a break and so I thought I'd share them with you they're my bonus recipes this week hot my ideas to throw together something from a well stocked pantry to create a simple.

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"kroger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"kroger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"By Kroger get savings on the items you buy most often with low prices that your neighborhood Kroger Kroger fresh for everyone you see women's team advanced to the championship game of the American athletic conference tournament tonight before losing to Connecticut eighty seven to fifty three Cincinnati obviously has more postseason action to look forward to not sure about the Bearcats opportunities for making it to the NCAA tournament but if they don't make that they will certainly return to the women's at I. T. where they made it to the elite eight a year ago so hopefully so some great things to come for the UC women's basketball this shows the noble job I mean you know it's to to take first time seventeen years ago the championship game of conference tournament in the you know the exact opposite us they take your business without worry about the ending some labels and things out to share the the dunes they don't have to do dramatically the ticker business early in unbelievable which is done with the program in Lee a next level Costa were we're we're lucky to have her and they're running the only run to the elite eight of the W. and I. T. was awesome last year so hopefully they've got some great victory still to come all right more questions for coach Brandon fire away the coach I know Jen must be a real problem for the other teams and I'm just wondering what opponent what player on the opposing team you feels done the best job guarding him well that's a great question I A. S. so consumed with who we do you know what our guys doing some of the best players who does the best job on them I don't know off the top of my head that would be I think it's it's multiple people opening guard here with one person thank you gotta put multiple people and I think you have to put multiple bodies around the you know the old saying you know great players will play in space your traffic with the space much as possible in a I think the team to that success of than that to a certain extent but the I don't know anyone players got sick is done the best job I think it's more of a game playing standpoint a team it's a great job on I was wondering the week big man for next year are we coming on that I know you can't give names but yeah I mean you know one or commits is not you know this is a multi faceted blurred terms ability to you know make plays in different positions we're involved with you're quite a few bigs so we just go sit the clothes on your transfer markets also markets out there that'll still be a part of it coach the last few games you've employed one three one was some pretty good success with Mamadou on top could you tell us what you look for when you want to throw it in and what type of things you try to try to do to limit the other team yeah I'd love to I'll be giving away secrets do you think this group is is that intelligent as the coaches with me in the tournament this.

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"kroger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"kroger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The natural food aisle at Kroger where they care about your health every grain news coming up in just a couple minutes on seven hundred W. either I looked it up here we have flight six five five the United States paid almost sixty two million dollars in that shoot down of an Iranian passenger plane but did not officially take place that was the I think we live is a well will sell less out of court but more like it was like again I have to make my well this one to show reference to Italian gangster movies kind like one of the sit down like okay a guy got whacked but you don't have the authorization do that to to to do the head and so they got they got these factions and like somebody got shot blah okay we have that the sit down said the sit down in a warehouse and toys like at a table wooden table three wooden chairs and some tough guys and it's dark everywhere except somehow there's a light just above the table the whole of the room is dark it is a table there and as always I don't know maybe some some liquor or some wine or something and they sit there and many as like a couple months I have to sit down and they come up with a number next okay sixty one hundred million and we want that's like now you're gonna get sixty web art sixty one point eight it is what one the guys okay that's fine and then they they Pat each other the back giving to the kiss on the cheek and then the sixty one million dollars is paid off and then that's that's it's forgotten and then move on that's kind of what this is remember discussing should always gets back to good fellas are coming up at ten thirty five daily show speaking good good good not a good fellow should the girl Allie Martin is back I thought she was in prison she's been gone for like forever from WCPO nine on your side and a sincere lifestyle should be in the talk about stuff going on this weekend I know one thing not going on this weekend schedule that would be the the snow down at the banks what's up with that and a lot of things to do see eat and eat and drink it's just ahead with Allie and slowly Friday morning is here on seven hundred W. although the traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati not what was predicted but still a rock solid jobs report with the ten thirty report number Q. Chino breaking now the US economy generated one hundred forty five thousand jobs in December as the unemployment rate remained unchanged after a robust gated November hiring slowed a bit in December though employers still added one hundred forty five thousand jobs the unemployment rate held at three point five percent retail contributed to a significant chunk of the December hiring reflecting the increase in holiday shopping over last year restaurants and hotels along with health care where other bright spots the labor department report however showed some weakness in manufacturing which lost twelve thousand jobs last month that is ABC's Erin to Turkey on Wall Street right now the Dow up fifteen point now the latest traffic gained whether together from the UC health traffic center the UC health weight loss center offer solutions for life changing weight loss call five one three nine three nine twenty two sixty three to learn more there's an accident reported northbound seventy five just south of I. seventy four also report of a vehicle spun out in the wrong direction they're gonna watch out the slick road conditions out there for sure today Mitchell invite you have an accident also one along Montana Mustang and homestead place at Harrison Avenue Jason Erhard on newsradio seven hundred WLW ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. W. looking at on again off again rain showers for the rest of today and tomorrow overall we could see one to two inches of rain for the tri state and despite the soggy forecast temperatures will be flirting with the record books look for highs to be in the low sixties today well topping out in the mid sixties for Saturday afternoon from a severe weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist Austin Winfield newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. it is fifty degrees right now America is thriving like never.

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"kroger" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"kroger" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Took board county laid out before we start banging on his bell if you're on the phone don't you dare hang up let me just before we do this let's let's go to the Kroger phone bank phones eight seven seven seven one seven three two three three three to thirty six hours practice tennis eight seven seven three two two three all right we are in bay for or I would to greenhouses twenty cats because of the barn I got laid out back Tony did come back and you know what he wouldn't stay up here with this because he felt like he was just a bench player no he's now what he wasn't honorable that would really was is like because now you guys do this so I can see Tony and in the back of bay for over in bay three under the cloud of smoke okay is going on the road phone bank AT T. is going to have to replace everyone knows why eight seven seven seven one seven three two two three is the number W. I. B. C. radiothon dot com Mel McMahon who is the leader of the pack here I think it is only fitting that you need to do this update right now to the Smith family tote board are you ready I'm ready are we ready to any Osborne ready everybody drum roll please three hundred six thousand dollars well lord three hundred six thousand six hundred eighty seven dollars and ninety cents and the folks over the over phone bank would be celebrating with us however it still clung deal coming in three hundred one six thousand seven hundred and thirty eight we currently we we got an honor in here says in honor of Scott warble McCourt's ville hardest working mail man in greenfield I like that somebody could be seen in he is he is male Swiss real at the final people in here yeah I want to go ahead and just read him off from the screen yeah it's hard to figure out where we left off I love right yep so we've had it Laurie accords bill fifty dollars Thomas in Anderson two hundred fifty dollars Caroline in Indy three hundred dollars Lawrence in Indianapolis two hundred dollars seizing an Anderson three hundred sixty dollars I mean it just keeps going marketing Anderson six hundred dollars Edward in Indy fifty dollars and they're still putting donations in there this has been such a blessing I've only cried twice you guys I just have so much give away right now are so excited was Roger and Theresa yeah sometime in the early afternoon they just phoned in a ten thousand dollar donation we were talking about it right we can give ten dollars or someone's compelled to get a head now headed down here we feel blessed we want to share it eleven forty four AM is the first time I cried during radio thought I read a lot and we really did I mean our goal was to honor to two hundred fifty thousand now we've got a lot of thank you's we've got a guy sitting in a motor home behind this is been in there all day long Rick pike who's been doing the mix for all the music but having out affect you can see if you look at our home and garden page you'll see a picture of Rick sat up and the poor guy doesn't get to come out he's literally bent the guys got here on Tuesday yeah yeah AMC a tea set up a modem for the phone bank so that we could bring the Kroger phone bank we've got crazy Theo back in the back Ted Grigor is there he has been doing the Mixmaster up up in here it is about it really made a big difference and I want to say thank you cannot just the Kroger phone bank people but also that the musicians in musicians my gosh they came from everywhere and how bout the staff from Sullivan hardware you completely got it right I know what you think you know they'll go to put back by eight o'clock tonight well I won't leave Hey Jose look at this it's still going up with the Emily told borders currently at three hundred seven thousand five hundred and forty two dollars and ninety cents it's real approval while because we have kettles here we've got the kids size cattle kids helping kids over by the train station so we have that going the Murphy family was the sponsor of this hour they kick this a drug is over the line I love these the older they get I want to give some thank you see I want to thank Andy a mac who's corporate relations director at the salvation army he was can get it set up that under who's really taking on the role of divisional commander or division provisional community could be left the writer has been absolutely amazing I also want to thank Duke who was my boss when I was at the salvation army he's the one who really kinda let me do what I wanted to do with radiothon and thank you guys major letting me do that make it for Webster either one major Bob thank you very much for me to be a part of this again it was AM even though we got locked in selling hardware and garden last night on my side if you want we had agreed that I thought was very cool you can't beat your purses before they got you added a live in the dark here because we closed we close in close to ten well the manager didn't know they were back here counting bean on whatever so we about locked the man so all right the home hi guys still climbing guides the to hope for the Smith family tote board just went over three hundred and eight thousand dollars for this year what do you the one piece yeah radio conjured up your way you said and what I think and the different things that happened throughout the years I mean a radio fine and the way we started I really think I don't know what the first total was but I remember we are trying to get to twenty thousand dollars my political Jersey Johnny Jersey jogger gave up an exploded appendix and got got we got more money on your index then we've ever gone off any body part we have a lot of the listeners really came through and I just can't be more grateful right now and so many kids are going to have such a wonderful Christmas because of your generosity it's still in my little boys and girls three hundred thousand may I just say the girls thank you so much guys all year long give yourselves in so many ways around our community and we appreciate everything you've done for your child our army and for all this is where the work rather we're going to go back to doing what we do we're going to go back to work and it's your people your staff they're going to be the ones that are out helping the people helping our neighbors and I think that some volunteers all right off that are showing now hold the shoulder here Anne and Russian all the volunteers at the phone bank you know this is where the work really begins and they couldn't do without him but that's what we're called to do and we're so honored that we get to do it thank you so well it has been an amazing radiothon it just it's just so fifteen that is our twenty fifth yeah I think so I want to go to I BC dot com will give you the updated numbers yeah but by the time we go off the year we're going to be about three hundred eight thousand two hundred fifty that's right and I think I think back to ninety eight the first day the first day at our new building on monument circle that cub reporter that was up stairs Mike pence raise money for the salvation army and he has some impeachment announcement that he wants are like Mike we're trying to raise money please go away well we definitely achieve that goal down thank you very much thanks everybody thanks to our listeners and everyone that donated have a great day everybody right around the one good is draw back a little system the a lot can happen in twelve with me if you want to continue being informed and up today you can make a resolution to stick with us you guys kind of creepy the Windies will lose all their and all Alexa thank you ninety three W..

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"kroger" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"kroger" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"All right we are back at Kroger feel that we are joined by mark stoops to talk about this defeat at the hands of the Gators here Kroger field I mean this is this it's to say it's a tough one as it ever tremendous understatement what did you talk to you guys about. well in our told and that obviously you know what should her as much as we invest in this input into it. it's gonna hurt you know that's that's. we all put an awful lot in this state get in that position. and and then you know but we got a. you know through adversity it kind of defines who you are as a team that we all look at everything every week when Ellis what can I do better. you know what are the good things we did but how can I get better help myself coaches players and just watch it because frustration sets in after a loss any you know we have to do like we all we should is is look at what we did good look what we did wrong you know how we get it fixed and and move on I mean that's just where it is through season you know I told only a year ago you know we had some tough losses in you know and then you go and play and you try to steal one you know it hurt or maybe you feel like it goes you know the ball bounces your way sometimes it doesn't it's a long hard season. and this was a difficult loss yeah posted comments by the way brought you by Kroger simple truth with coach dupes a you're pressed to do a a backup quarterback and so your thought did a lot of good things couple bad throws but the the turnovers rob is a big issue but he also a B. C. did some very good things size up his performance I thought he'd you know really did some good things obviously you know there's a couple of interceptions the jump out at you but but he. you know really threw the ball well one and gave us a position you know put us in a position to win this game in all two two one fourth down one third down we end up inches short. and feel will NO kicked it goes you know just wide right in other what otherwise you're sitting here saying a whole different tone that I'm sorry your help that too with under a minute to play yeah yeah you're talking about he was you know he he he had mistakes about he showed resiliency is gonna give you what you do quarterbacks well anybody to to shake off mistakes and come back and make plays at all that's what he's going to have to do moving forward because of this leak there's base some rough waters forty quarterback out without a doubt but you know he's he's resilient and did some really good times against a very good defense and. you know he he definitely got to build on the good things you did you sit there and play team there the ninth ranked team in the country and we sat there and did an awful lot of good things in the leading relation it's actually a one sack on a miscommunication yeah that was the. plus the sun that the target call was a huge win and then you could talk about officiating but it's it's a difficult spot because you know I I understand there's they're trying to protect players and yet it's difficult for players specially defensive players to understand what they could do I'm sure in I just. get out basically walked out at the end of a press conference on this it's just you know what what can you say I mean like a here's the frustration I mean is sit there and TJ there were trying like heck to win the game yeah we get suckered draped all over the quarterback you're trying to finish you know those guys their body control and everything there's all kind of crazy things going on a pocket. you know how do you know when their heads or drop in when they're not or whatever I mean it's it's so frustrating manages to lose a game on that basically because it will be third fourteen yeah Burton twenty so maybe so yeah I was third log and then Mr there for about ten thirty six and got it just yeah I mean just make shuttle benefits it's very very difficult order come back and continue to coach due to just a minute.

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"kroger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"kroger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Kroger. A national ban on bump stocks goes into effect today back in December. The department of Justice announced the ban on the devices that allows a semiautomatic weapon to fire at the rate of an automatic weapon. He's were the same devices used by the shooter in Las Vegas open fired a concert killing fifty eight people owners above stocks have until today to either destroy them or turn them into an ATF field office to people have been displaced in a firefighter suffered minor injuries. After a fire broke out in college hill overnight damage to the home on Belmont avenue was estimated at two hundred fifty thousand dollars. No word yet on a cause. He'll go before a grand jury next week. Darius miller. Was arrested after leading police on a high speed chase Sunday night that reached over one hundred miles per hour. Police say Miller ran from a traffic stop in Anderson township and then had the pedal slammed to the floor for several miles before crashing on an exit ramp on I seventy one Miller told officers he did not want to pull over because he was driving a bootleg cab on a suspended license threats you in your life sentences is far from threatening me. Don't scare me. And now will not bow down you on your courts the man lashing out at a heavily county judge on Monday after being ordered to serve four consecutive life sentences for sexually assaulting his young daughters. Year-old Herman c will serve two hundred twenty one years while forty four year old angel estates will serve eighty six years in prison has both were sentenced Monday for raping three children over a fourteen year period in Norwood and Coleraine township both were charged with multiple counts of rape and one count of gross sexual imposition among other related charges. Both are also require. To register as tier three sex offenders, Sean Gallagher, NewsRadio seven hundred w l w whether looking great for opening day. The forecast is that plus.

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"kroger" Discussed on PerfBytes

PerfBytes

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"kroger" Discussed on PerfBytes

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"kroger" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"kroger" Discussed on WTVN

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