18 Burst results for "Ktbs"

"ktbs" Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

03:46 min | 7 months ago

"ktbs" Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"How many of you have taken more than a four hour course specifically about conflict and very few people put up their hands although when i asked them the next question. How much of your day or week are you as a leader spending dealing with conflict worrying about conflict coaching others through it the quotes i get are more than sixty percent of their day. Hello everyone welcome to the. Ktbs fest factor podcasts for women where we talk about challenges senior female leaders face and being happy and successful at work. I'm your host. Dr sarah e brown. My guest today is charmaine hammond. She works with organizations and teams who wants to effectively resolve conflict build resilient teams and generally work better together charmaine as an expert in conflict resolution collaboration resilience and just plain working better together..

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"ktbs" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"ktbs" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Judges sort through nearly fifty thousand images submitted by professionals and amateurs. The winner was announced by the Duchess of Cambridge Kate, Middleton Katcha that I could announced this year's wildlife photographer of. Is. Sergei Gorshkov, his image, the embraced the embraced is a wonderful image of a Siberian tiger sitting up and hugging a large tree in Russia's Far East. The bark is well worn contest judge Tim littlewoods says that shows that this is not the first time. The big cat cozied up to this particular trunk. He's like rubbing post for the Tigris a bit like domestic cadillacs rub against a tree or a branch scent marking. It's a picture that's almost unreal. Looks kind of like a painting little would describes a winning photo as having an autumnal look with light peeking through the league onto the Tigers orange striped coat and the Tigris is kind of. An ecstasy she's got her eyes closed faces into the sun. It's very captivating. It is a cat in utter bliss. Other finalists include a monkey meditating and Southeast Asia a translucent frog grasping onto a branch in the Andes and playful palaces cats bouncing through field. In Tibet a scene took six years to capture judge Littlewood said, the photos don't just highlight natural beauty. They also remind us of the need to preserve natural environments we need to do something before we start losing all of these species and we're losing them at such an enormous right. You can see the winning images and also enter next year's competition at London's natural history. Museums website. You're listening to the world. Support for this podcast comes from Port of entry. The podcast explores interesting and unexpected ways. The US and Mexico are inextricably linked despite the wall running between us. You don't have to live anywhere near the border appreciate these cross-border stories about human connection from ktbs. NPR, ex port of entry is available now on apple podcasts or wherever you listen get details at. Port of entry pod DOT, Org I'm Marco Werman your with the world in Nigeria's largest city legos reports are coming in of security forces opening fire tonight on unarmed demonstrators the demonstrators had been protesting in fact against police brutality according to several eyewitnesses the live rounds hit several people details on casualties have not yet been confirmed. This evening's violence erupted after the Lagos State government imposed a twenty four hour curfew in response to the growing protests against police violence. Yesterday protesters blocked a major expressway in Lagos and also targeted the main airport shutting down terminals Judeh John was a lawyer and journalist and Lagos earlier today I asked him how people in the city were responding to the curfew. People in a frenzy panicked people are constant appointments people are running home. Lagos notorious for heavy traffic transportation is a nightmare and so I've just feel so sad for people who would have to be rushing home and David cuts under ruled. It's well before many people usually get home from work. I've even seen suggestions on twitter cautioning those not close to home to head to a hotel. Why did authorities take such action what prompted this Nigeria's security systems if the mess that incentivized protect powerful on the privilege against citizens The government in this atmosphere of chaos. Must have made strategy conclusion that the easiest thing to do is keep everybody hope. Just a sense of will not have the capacity to contain spiraling protests on. We should do the easiest thing for us to do to keep this on their ups. The problem with that is that citizens expect that the government should be taken action to protect constitional protests citizenship but the punished. For the government's inability to secure life on property, which ironically is the point of the protests in the first place. So while I can send me a tree she, it's the thinking that led to this. It said Selena against them because even though you can see, yes, people understand that we care on this trees the government was trying to get control over fluid situation. Students expected mental thought of a better way to do this that doesn't infringe on the rights of peaceful protests on the rights of freedom of assembly. So today when you say the police system in Nigeria a mess, a lot of Nigerians point I two SARS a special anti robbery squad, the unit that actually prompted all these protests and now the demands of the protesters have grown beyond just a narrow focus on the SARS unit. What are protesters calling for? Now any serious blended engaged government should have anticipated that the conditions that covid nineteen hundred presented would stimulate already restless citizenry to get on the streets in Nigeria. Young people overwhelmingly. Tired, of bad, governance, they're tired of what appears to be disengaged disconnected. Government, that's the crux of the matter people just feel like the government's a disconnected from the demand the desires of every major ends what people are really tired of is Goldman that doesn't care when citizens die. That's the problem and onto citizens believe that the government is not just going to react to the protests at the time. The government understands that this is about disappointment in the system. The demands will keep on multiplying. I know the young people of Lagos especially incensed and have been on the streets. They've got a lot of popular support from celebrities who won't let the government off the hook like the massively popular musician Burnham boy. I'm actually spoke to the BBC jeff to understand the Nigeria is the biggest black nation in the face of the. If Nigeria kind over common I do reach its full potential and the youths come. Make sure that happens by rising up for their rights like they're doing this. then. That's just. Tell me victor drifted world. Judeh is a federal government in a Buddha mistake government in Lagos getting the message and are they going to provide some satisfaction to the protesters? They don't yet understand the depth of the discontent. Because it is surely. Those who voted for this president of which I have one have been saying his being profound disappointment. Now. That's undestanding has eluded the authorities. And even now they zero them that young people will leave. This treats ACTI- shots while they've never witnessed protests like this as far as doing history but then give the global diaspora of Nigerian protesting Texas protest in DC participant New York protested Montreal Professional Tarot Protesting Pretoria was a protest this week in. Trafalgar. Square London. The rather Donna Humbly, confront the disconnect between their assessments on the assessment of the major on public. All they're trying do is to end the protests. Unfortunately for them that.

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"ktbs" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"ktbs" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"You think to yourself when it first got brought up to be like well, you know food has never been a pay per view thing. We have entertainment. It's all it's all I mean other than maybe you're kind of tell, brisket, recipe or or different subscription services. It's just not the kind of thing that you typically pay, so you'd have to think. Think like what would be something special. You know what would be something that would make it. An event would be to do it in one night with all of these grace. We've got six different pitmasters in there that are there. We've got Kelly from forelegs out. Barbecue Pat Bill Gillespie from smoking hawks. We've got a fascinating mcallister from one three. Is that Luke turnout from Old Virginia smoke? We've got Darren worth you can't have a a great matchup without one of the greatest, if that greatest of all time in there as well and so, it's It's a collection that you would not necessarily see altogether, and only against each other, and then and then we've got six judges to, so we've only announced three of the judges so far. Soon Ray lamp Dr Barbecue now these are personalities. Obviously you see him on TV all the time, but but they are your. They walk the walk as a as a certified. Certified judges well all that street cred, so it's a little different than you know. Chopped or or iron chat right where you've got a great personalities and they know what they're talking about, but there's no it was formed sports elements just isn't into it, so the emily detweiler from ktbs and going to be sanction kcbs contest, and so she's going to be. Be In there as well and I know you appreciate what it is that that she's been doing so she's been I think a great kind of force in barbecue.

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"ktbs" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast

The Pascal Show Podcast

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"ktbs" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast

"Yes. Welcome back to the Pascal show. We are now like I said before. If this your first time checking out the show go subscribe to our Youtube Channel YouTube dot com forward slash the Pascal Show. And of course if this is your first time checking out our facebook feed go click that like button on our page facebook dot com slash the Pascal. Show you as well go figure you know. Go figure that it's the Pascal show anyway. Big Shot out to KAOS WATSON FOR COMING THROUGH TODAY. You guys definitely have got to go check out. Katie Predator hunters LLC. That's their facebook page. There pages blown up. He does some really really great things for the community if not the state if not the whole country. Don't don't worry we'll talk magazine this thing. I could see him doing this to a larger much larger level. Yeah I mean it's going to be. I have a feeling that his his what he's doing is going to blow the hell up so definitely keep an eye out on him and if you guys are looking to help somebody who is doing something great. Please go check out his page. Ktbs Predator Hunters LLC anyway. And if I had a million dollars came into that and I would be giving it to them man for that caught on some real stuff. He's doing something incredible and a lot of men who got problem here and women. Yeah Women's forget the women. I'm sure there are. There are some women out there scary. There's a lot of shares. Watch your kids on the Internet for real seriously and at my daughter all the time and as she got older she'd be like. Oh you don't trust me and I'd be like look baby girl. It has nothing to do with you. Know I trust you I trust you. Don't trust them it all about you and that's what you're trying to hit you with but mom. I'm a good kid. He should trust me. It's not that I don't trust you. Oh okay look I don't want nobody looking at you know kind of way. Nobody nobody so messed up. They will thank you later. What frustrates me was scares me. The most is that it exists that that that even exists to the point where somebody because you know what I'm saying. Everybody you know. There's those trolls out. There that feel obligated to put their personal opinions on certain things. You know what I'm saying. They want to throw shade on something like say you you. You have your beautiful baby right. And you're you're doing. You're a photo or video with your baby going. All look you know. Did she. Just born and there's always somebody in there that feels obligated to throw some shade on your baby right okay. There are people out there that feel obligated to try to Holler at a thirteen year. Old Kid yeah. They can't help which blows my mind now. My instant so much. Yeah that they got off. I got to type that in like what we're how was that? How is that really? Where how and why you know saying lose my mind and this this this space that we're in with the Internet is a really tricky space. We are were spoiled. Everything is at our disposal one. Click away from information. It's really great in a lot of aspects but then it's also really bad because when I was a kid we didn't worry about things like this worried about getting snapped off the street which was like a lot more rare a lot more difficult nowadays. There's I mean your kids have phones in their hands because you need to reach them and they want social media. I mean I save. I'd I'd I kept my daughter of social media for as long as I possibly could. By the time she got to as grade. It was like okay. I got kind of let it go. Because everybody's on it was the only kid like mom. I'm the only one without an instagram. I'm like my that parents. I'm like I'm like I am a young mom. I'm like my mom and I'm like I guess I am so I finally like you know. I just had to get given her her her her page on my phone. I can click over and I'll be right into her page ever and I told her like for as long as I possibly can. She just turned sixteen. And I still have access. I'm like look I get it. You're about soon as you hit eighteen years old. You are full adult. You're on your own and you know what I'm saying. I can't protect you anymore. But for as long as I possibly can. I would like to keep you away from all of this. The negative side of social media right. You know what I mean because it's a tool but for you right now. It's shouldn't be a focus but then but then. I guess my my ongoing question is this and maybe this goes out to the people who are doing right now as well and listening right now. When is the right time? When is the right age to let your children walk into the dangerous waters of social media? You know when is the age that you go okay? I think this kid you know my kid is old enough to be able to do X Y and Z. Because there's all these kids out there that are trying to be the next big tick tock star value trying to be the next big youtube star. So then it's like when that's mainly that if you really let's let's keep it straight funky. Y'All one of the main reasons why our children are doing that in the first place is so that they can. They want the aspirations of becoming popular or famous on these social. Media's that's one of the main reasons why they're doing it in the first place so then it's like all right you're opening the floodgates to the shark-infested waters are so it's like okay. When is the age? What is the age? It's scary that you let your child go into that thing because it's such a dangerous place. There's always that one kid getting that one message at the one right time whereas older adult or something like that and they go. I understand how you feel. And then it's over after that it's a wrap. Suddenly they are this person's tapped into them emotionally. And the next thing you know. There's a crazy stuff happens like where? Ktbs predators has to jump in to get involved. No you're right and you know what's crazy. My daughter has been on youtube since she was like. I want to say ten. She wanted to do videos and I mean she would do. She laughed at her when she first told me. I was like okay okay. We'll make one. Because she had a computer. I was like okay. You do so bad. Make a video and I didn't. I thought that was GONNA be at the end of next week. She can't fully edited video about my looks first-timer her outfits and this one is cute and funky and I was just like a little personality. I was like okay. This is something you really WanNa do. So I encouraged her. Because you know what's crazy. That was something that really like helped her develop a skill she can edit videos she can make beautiful titles and like graphics she can make logos she can do all of these things by the time she was fourteen years old. She was doing all of that like she added. She made Wayne's YouTube video intro fifteen dollars to make him a video and I mean and she was a little girl and I thought this was a great skill but at the same time like you said and at that point she was on any other social media. I was just upload or youtube videos and all that but it's so sad that we can't just nurture our kids in that way without having to worry about the creeps who are like. Oh you're oh girl you're so cute. And these are kids at the age where the kids are like vulnerable and their low self esteem. And they're going through their their and so a message that massages the right points like you said it's over you tap into that child emotionally and now you think somebody cares about you when they're really sick in the head so it is. It's a tough question to know when the right age is it really is. I've had friends who've kids been on social media since they were eight. And I'm like too much. I get a follower question. It's my friend's child. Who's like a baby? I'm like deny we do have some comments though to Alicia just said my Kiddo. My Kiddo is sixteen and he wants nothing to do with facebook snapchat snapchat etc. You have a very very unique. How Very Unique Unicorn right there? We have Kathy also said our ten year old son. Plays Games and homework on his on his phone but has to be in the same room as we are whenever uses that stuff so that's also a good process or a good way to approach a situation you know but like I said like we're both saying there are creeps. There are Weirdos. What the hell are they doing there? I know to say and there's some creepy creepy dudes out there. And so that's why I'm like all right. What is the age unless you know you got some really amazingly talented nine year old kid? Who is an amazing dancer or amazing entertainer singer or something like that? Then I understand like jump the having them get into it but at the same time you're controlling that social media time you're the one who's picking up the photos you're the one who's responding back to the messages because like I said there are some creeps out there y'all some really really creepy dudes out there that are.

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"ktbs" Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

13:15 min | 1 year ago

"ktbs" Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"A lot of my clients really truly struggle with is this idea of being seen being heard and knowing and owning their own self worth so a lot of that really truly comes from the idea of being marginalized and workplace really truly not necessarily having equal access to opportunity to get to wherever Robert is that they want to be in their chosen careers or I could be a matter of basically. They're just not treated the same. Hello everyone welcome to the KTBS. Success Factor podcast for women where we talk about challenges senior female.

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"ktbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ktbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A handful of customers making use of the facilities at Reno guns arrange wall man looked at several semi automatic rifles hanging up behind a glass case some of which are banned in the state of California let's say I am a California resident can I come in and purchase that and leave with it today that no actually not that's J. Hawkins the store manager the former soldier in Reno police officer Hawkins says federal and state laws prohibit Californians from buying guns in Nevada and leaving the state with them at least legally person who resides from the state of California cannot upon purchasing a firearm take possession of the pharmacy in about that farm must be transferred to a federally licensed dealer in the state of California to where they would actually go through all the process that California requires for them to take possession if a federally licensed gun dealer illegally sells a firearm to anyone Hawkins says they could lose their license and face criminal charges but for people living in the silver state as long as they pass a background check process they can take as little as five to ten minutes they can buy a gun and leave that same day for the California report I'm Paul burger in Reno let's turn to immigration now since February central American migrants have been sent back to Mexico under the trump administration's migrant protection protocols to wait for their asylum hearings KTBS is Max Rivlin Nadler joined a mother and her teenage son recently as they crossed the border on their way to court in a Margarita and her fourteen year old son Jorge got up early and pack their bags to leave Tijuana for what they hoped would be the final time Jorge says that they had to flee gang members in El Salvador on.

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"ktbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ktbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A handful of customers making use of the facilities at Reno guns arrange wall man looked at several semi automatic rifles hanging up behind a glass case some of which are banned in the state of California let's say I am a California resident can I come in and purchase that and leave with it today that no actually not that's J. Hawkins the store manager the former soldier in Reno police officer Hawkins says federal and state laws prohibit Californians from buying guns in Nevada and leaving the state with him at least legally person who resides from the state of California cannot upon purchasing a firearm take possession of the pharmacy in about that farm must be transferred to a federally licensed dealer in the state of California to where they would actually go through all the process that California requires for them to take possession if a federally licensed gun dealer illegally sells a firearm to anyone Hawkins says they could lose their license and face criminal charges but for people living in the silver state as long as they pass a background check process they can take as little as five to ten minutes they can buy a gun and leave that same day for the California report I'm Paul burger in Reno let's turn to immigration now since February central American migrants have been sent back to Mexico under the trump administration's migrant protection protocols to wait for their asylum hearings KTBS is Max Rivlin Nadler joined a mother and her teenage son recently as they crossed the border on their way to court in a Margarita and her fourteen year old son Jorge got up early and pack their bags to leave Tijuana for what they hoped would be the final time Jorge says that they had to flee gang members in El Salvador on.

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"ktbs" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ktbs" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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"ktbs" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"ktbs" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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"ktbs" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"ktbs" Discussed on KCRW

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"ktbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ktbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news. In Washington, I'm Shay Stevens. US central command has released recording. It says shows an Iranian patrol boat, removing and unexploded mind from one of two tankers attacked in the Gulf of Oman. Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo had already blamed the attacks on Iran calling retaliation for US actions and the decision to pull out of the twenty fifteen nuclear deal. But Iran rejects those claims it's foreign minister calls the tanker explosion suspicious. The traditionally bipartisan House Armed Services committee, as approved its annual defense policy Bill following marathon session that ended Thursday morning. The vote was split along party lines. NPR's David welna reports that Democrats control the panel included provisions that directly challenge Trump administration policies. It was nearly seven o'clock in the morning when a clerk report of the final tally on the national defense. Authorization act on this chairman is our thirty three. And the knows are twenty four only two of the panels. Twenty six Republicans voted for the Bill. It provides seventeen billion dollars less for defense next year than the seven hundred fifty billion dollar Bill Republican controlled Senate Armed Services committee has approved it also sharply. Restricts military spending on a border wall with Mexico bands, arming submarines with tactical nuclear weapons and forbid, sending anymore war captives to Guantanamo the Bill now goes to the full house, David welna, NPR news, Washington. The wife of Republican California. Congressman Duncan Hunter has made a deal with prosecutors as KTBS's Matt Hoffman reports. Margaret hunter has pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations. Margaret hunter changed her plea from not guilty guilty of conspiring with congressman Duncan Hunter to spend more than two hundred thousand dollars in campaign funds for personal use. She is cooperating with prosecutors ended appears she will be testifying against her husband. Mrs hunter. Pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States afterwards, her attorney, Thomas McNamara Reta statement on her behalf. I.

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"ktbs" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"ktbs" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Honest opinion, an eighteen year old woman being hailed a hero after saving three kids in an attempted carjack always himself Salt Lake City say it was instinct that took over when a man tried to carjack an eighteen year old woman Tuesday night, ripping her out of the driver's seat of her car with the victims three young siblings in the back seat. She heroically reaches over across him and grabs the keys out of the commission. Police officer Gary Keller tilling KTBS that a bystander. Also, intervene pickup truck pulls up polls in front of the electron blocks the along tra- from leaving officers from a nearby police station later taste the suspect Twenty-seven-year-old, Patrick Medina is Aurora now jailed in facing multiple charges. Jeff monosso, Fox News college professor placed on leave after a controversial exam question. Professor Jeff Byers being investigated by Middlebury college in Vermont under the terms of its faculty misconduct policy after question on a written. Exam asked you to calculate the lethal dose of poisonous gas used in Nazi gas chambers. During the holocaust buyers apologize to the college community. In a written statement, a thumbs up from one sports legend to another Jordan, saluting tiger in an interview with the athletic basketball legend, Michael Jordan, said he was left in all watching Tiger Woods when his fifth green jacket of his career the masters last weekend. Jordan saying, quote, no one expected him to be back the way he is. Now, he's probably the only person who believed he could get back to me. That's a major accomplishment and quote, the Basketball Hall of Famer referring to the star golfers numerous medical procedures, including most recently, spinal fusion, surgery inhibiting, his efforts on the course. But now Jordan says he believes Tigers and done yet expecting him to win more events manned. Apollo tano. Fox News officials in New York City say Netflix will expand its operations, adding one hundred twenty seven jobs in Manhattan, and it's marketing and development office and building six a sound stages in.

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"ktbs" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"ktbs" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"So we create a nondiscriminatory society, but it is not anti semitic to be critical of white wing government in Israel. So the thing that you missed the beginning the beginning of the question, he actually explicitly said Ilhan Oma is not an anti Semite. And then he goes on to say, hey, it's anti semitic to criticize Israel. What is Bernie Sanders missing Burstein everything? I'm back that little piece Bernie Sanders is somebody who spent his honeymoon in the former Soviet Union this over at union when it was in the Soviet Union. Right, right. This'll be correct. It's former now back then he got married us. He spent his honeymoon. They are I will tell you. We're Jewish refugees from Russia the point, but I will tell you that the Soviet Union was an anti-semitic state state, right? There was a cap on with what about that? Bernie Sanders as an American Jew right went. I mean, it was bad enough to think that he's going to come in a state for his honeymoon. But he's going to communist state that has systematically oppressed Jewish runs since the beginning of the book, Paul Graham is originally Russian word is it not. So here's here's the quick story of that right now under the SARS Jews were prosperous. We're not allowed to come into the city. That's that's the pale of settlement. They beyond the pale. That's where that comes from the pale of settlement. Then the union still deep anti-semitism a cap on. How many? Juice. There could be universities and colleges. Kaplan. How how many naked Denia so antisemitic organized, antisemitic state birdie centers goes there for his honeymoon to celebrate sing songs and has a good time. That tells you about everything you need to know, and what how much he cares for does not care for the plight of Jews around the world. Okay. So Bernie Sanders is obviously not that concerned with how Jewish Americans or Jewish people in general fair. He's more concerned with allowing them are who. And that's the medic. Yes. But also we've talked about this before does not seem to be a huge fan of the United States of America as well. Right. A place that has taken her in has given her refuge. But now she says it's oppressive one dismisses the worst attack on our soil nine eleven is just something. Well, what what did she say? What did no say some people did something some people did something is nine eleven on that issue. So let's we know she's anti Semite, and we can say it because she is us, you know, making a slick offering spins this, isn't what the president had to say about this just last night. Totally unrehearsed a local correspondent from KTBS being min- Minneapolis behind stage two stage of a town hall. Just walks up to the president. You know, what he's like he's just says. Okay. You want an interview he starts talking. Let's listen to nine. Congresswoman Omar sent out a release last night saying that your tweet from a couple of days ago has led to direct threats on her life. Any second thoughts about that tweet and the way it was produced and put together. No, not at all. Look he's been very disrespectful to this country. She's been very disrespectful, frankly to Israel. She is somebody that doesn't really understand. I think life real life. What it's all about. It's fortunate. She's got a away about her. That's very very bad. I think for our country. I think he's extremely unpatriotic and extremely disrespectful to our country. That's the president isn't Boris. He says how he sees it. That's why he's likely the best communicator in the history of this country. He's he sees it. He says it, and that's why the American public can connect with him that often testing that you heard in that statement, he's saying what people who are in the right mind seemingly unlike Bernie Sanders, but those who are in their right mind are thinking. Talking point, no rehearsed. No, it's what he believes. It's the truth. And that's what red blooded Americans. Right. That's what America if you take a cross section of America. And you take out the folks who who's liberalism has blinded them. And if you go out to Minnesota to Michigan to this concept, the Pennsylvania to Florida to parts of New York and California. Remember, New York is a lot more than island of Manhattan, New York's huge in California's not just LA. That's what Americans are thinking. Why is there someone in our country?.

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Asylum seekers returned from Mexico plead to stay in U.S.

Morning Edition

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Asylum seekers returned from Mexico plead to stay in U.S.

"This is the California report. Good morning. I'm lily, drew, Molly. And we begin today on the border to asylum seekers from Honduras had hearings in immigration court in San Diego yesterday. There's were among the first cases heard under the so-called remain in Mexico program in which asylum seekers wait in that country between their days in court KTBS, gene Guerrero has more the men were transported from church in Tijuana to San Diego with the help of immigration and customs enforcement on the US side. They listened to live Spanish translation of their preceding through headphones. Attorney Robin Bernard of human rights. I filed a motion for an evaluation of the men's fear F returning to Mexico. They received threats and the. Shelter that they're seeing has received threats for sheltering asylum-seekers. You know, there have been individuals at the shelter who who've been attempted kidnaps things like that. So they're pretty pretty scheduled to be there. The judge granted the motion. The men will remain in US custody until their fears are evaluated according to Bernard. The remain in Mexico program is being challenged in federal court pay the ACLU into other advocacy groups who say many asylum seekers are not safe in Mexico, particularly in Tijuana was just seeing record high

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"ktbs" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"ktbs" Discussed on KCRW

"The Trump administration said the prototypes were virtually impassable, but KTBS obtained government records showing they were all deemed vulnerable to breaching during testing in one case a quick side of the job for NPR news. I'm Jeanne Guerrero in San on Wall Street stocks bounced between small losses and gains today. The Dow Jones industrial average fell seventy two points to close at twenty five thousand nine hundred eighty five the NASDAQ was up five points, the standard and Poor's five hundred closed down a point today. You're listening to NPR news. And you're listening to KCRW news. Good evening. I'm Steve take us with us local update right now. Here's a question for you should the Los Angeles river be returned to local control. Yes. Members of the LA county board of. Supervisor's the answer is yes, they voted this week to formally ask congress to support the county takeover of about forty miles of the LA river county. Supervisor Sheila kills says it's an important first step the use and the reasons for the river really changed significantly. And we have been looking at this for a while. We'll continue to look at it. As we develop a unified river plan plan includes other proposals for new housing and parks along the river Sarah Rascon with the mountains recreation conservation. Authorities says she's excited about that move as an agency who has been working on the river for over twenty years. We can attest to the challenges. Simply a navigating a project big project. Obviously officials are also pushing for improvements to the Whittier narrows dam, and that one would require nearly six million dollars to complete its awaiting approval from congress Michael Jackson's famed Neverland ranch is up for sale again as KCRW's Amish. RT reports. Now, the asking price for the pop singers former home in Santa Barbara county has been drastically reduced Neverland ranch. I went on the market in two thousand fifteen and owners wanted one hundred million dollars for it two years later the price dropped to about two thirds of that. No, one took them up on it. And now it's back on the market for about thirty million dollars with a name change the sycamore valley ranch the twenty seven hundred acre property includes a six bedroom. Mansion guest houses a lake with a waterfall a movie theater a basketball court and more Jackson bought the property in the late eighties and lived there until his death in two thousand nine the listing comes just days before HBO releases a four hour documentary called leaving Neverland it explores the child sex abuse claims against Jackson KCRW's, Amish artsy reporting for us this evening, six oh, six and support for NPR comes from the William and flora Hewlett foundation, committed to supporting ideas and institutions to a dance education for all preserve the environment and promote vibrant, performing art..

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"ktbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ktbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I felt it was very successful. Some people would like to see. Satisfied you're satisfied. We want to be happy with what we're doing Trump referring to positive meetings and dialogue, thus far speaking before dinner in Hanoi facing pressure at home over investigations into Russian interference in two thousand sixteen election and testimony on Capitol Hill from his former lawyer Michael Cohen, Trump next sits down with Kim for a series of meetings beginning with a one on one session in San Diego today, crews demolished eight prototypes for President Trump's border wall is gene Guerrero of member station. K P B S reports. The structures were built one form construction of the wall. The Trump recently declared a national emergency to fund. The steel and concrete prototypes. Which once stood thirty feet tall crumbled beneath a bulldozer dust, flew into the air, then settled on the ruined Egypt. Justin cassidy-collins has some features from the prototypes were incorporated into thirty foot w Wapping built in this area. It's also going to provide more safety for the agents and then safety for our communities here. The Trump administration said the prototypes were virtually impassable, but KTBS obtained government records showing they were all deemed vulnerable to breaching during testing in one case a quick cited the job for NPR news, I'm Jeanne Guerrero in San Diego on Wall Street stocks bounced between small losses and gains today. The Dow Jones industrial average fell seventy two points to close at twenty five thousand ninety five. The NASDAQ was up five points, the standard and Poor's five hundred closed down a point today. You're listening to NPR news. Pancakey weedy news. I mean, Kim federal investigators revealed new.

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"ktbs" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ktbs" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"After hearing it could be torn down after over seventy years. Chad Cline and Ricky Nichols. Tell news eight they won't fix the bar up. But keep it as it is. They say anyone can rip down replace a structure, but you cannot build a historic dive bar a man was arrested Thursday after entering the north county Bank ordering everyone to the floor and telling workers to call nine one one to report a robbery in progress. Sheriff's officials say the suspect didn't make any threats or display any weapons but just waited for deputies to arrive San Diego attorney Mike Aguirre says he wants the FBI to investigate violations of handling of radioactive waste at the Senate for nuclear plant. Aguirre tells KTBS that safety violations could be criminal behavior. If it's seen as being willful. It's clear and forty nine degrees. AM seven sixty K FM be talk and breaking news CBS news update. Eight thousand federal workers are. Waiting to get paid as we now her day, fourteen of a partial government shutdown last night on this vote the as are two hundred and forty one and the nays are one hundred and ninety the Bill is passed the house passed the Bill to pay them and to fund homeland security on an interim basis, but without the funding for the president's border wall. Republican Congressman Tom price. Democrats are terribly worried about who gets blamed for the shutdown. Frankly, I don't care who gets blamed this fight to keep drugs off our streets and out of the hands for children. It's a fight to keep our community say it's a fight for higher wages for hardworking Americans is a fight work having democratic congressman Henry coir. We just got gotta look at the right way of securing the border. I wanted to work with you. We want to work with you. But the wall is a fourteenth century solution. We can do better than that CBS news update. I'm Matt piper..

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"ktbs" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"ktbs" Discussed on KCRW

"We're going to switch gears. Now, if you are wondering how the federal government shutdown affects us here in California. Look, no further than our national parks at our state's most popular one you sanity things are getting out of hand. Jeremy Siegel explains people are illegally taking their cars off road trash isn't getting cleaned up in with restrooms closed or very limited some visitors are relieving themselves on the side of the road to keep up with some of the chaos park administrators have closed off the popular Mariposa grove of giant sequoias and the were in Hogben meadow campgrounds a spokesman for the National Park Service says the closures will remain in effect until the shutdown is over for the California report. I'm Jeremy Siegel. Let's go to San Diego. Now, we're an oceanographer made a big. Discovery by looking where she was told. She would find nothing. Well, she found two species of fish that are thriving despite living in ocean waters almost devoid of oxygen KTBS. Reporter Eric Anderson has details Scripps institution of oceanography. Researcher Natalya Gallo was told she wouldn't find any fish in a low oxygen parts of the Gulf of California the ocean bottom there is about a thousand meters deep it has less than one percent oxygen content using a submersible she found two kinds of fish catch shark and a cuss keel, thriving there Gallo says there is so little oxygen in the deep waters at the ocean, there probably shouldn't support life species have evolved over notions of years of time on to live under these conditions. That are really metabolic challenging for other animals. They may actually be animals that can increase their habitat in the future under climate change. Gallo says. As low oxygen zones may expand as the climate warms and that could help increase the range of these two fish. However, she also noted the warmer oceans could lead to spots with even less oxygen or even those fish couldn't survive for the California report. I'm Eric Anderson in San Diego, as we said goodbye to twenty eighteen we also finished out one of the worst fire seasons in years. Wildfires burn more than one point six million acres in California while firefighters have to be ready. Their partners have to shoulder a big burden to cake you at ease Sonia. Hudson spent some time with a group of marine county women married to firefighters she headed to one of their homes to get a crash course in.

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