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"kyle stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"To the full Senate the national conversation about sexual misconduct is sky, high NewsRadio nine fifties. Jason Scott explaining in this report one place is seeing the high number of calls. And over one hundred forty seven percent increase in calls placed Thursday to the national sexual assault hotline. It's not unusual for us to also see an increase in calls and requests for services around times like this Amy Smith is co director of advocacy for the Wayne County, safe sexual assault forensic examiner program. We've not seen a conversation like this happening on the national level in a very long time. And we think that that's productive in that lasts national conversation. She says was the abuse scandal out of Penn State university. What we're seeing now is a mix of calls people who are triggered by. What's happening? Some of folks who have never disclosed in their lifetime. Jason Scott, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty a former Michigan State University psychologists who fail to notify law enforcement when he was informed of sexual abuse. Saleh Gatien's against Larry Nassar has had his license to practice permanently. Revoked the announcement by the State Department of licensing and regulatory affairs comes nearly ten years after Gary stole retirement from Michigan state back in two thousand four stolen treated Kyle Stevens Nassar, family friend and babysitter who told her parents, and stolen that she had been sexually abused for years by Nasser twelve years old when I told my parents when Larry rough my feet, he uses his Phoenix, my parents confronted him and he denied any such action. My parents chose to believe Larry Nassar over me that was Stevens back in April. During her survivor impact statement, Nassar's trial instead of notifying law enforcement of her alligators of abuse, which he was legally required to do stole instead arranged a meeting between Nasser and Stevens. Parents. John Hewitt, WWE J NewsRadio nine fifty Detroit. Police are working to figure out who's behind a string of car thefts this week and are now questioning. To minors in connection with the crimes the first coming earlier this week when a Jeep Cherokee and three dodge chargers were taken from.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Twelve eight WW J news time, twelve oh. Six as the judiciary committee votes to send Brett cavenaugh supreme court nomination to the full Senate the national conversation about sexual misconduct is sky high. Newsradio nine fifty Jason Scott explains. Over one hundred forty seven percent increase in calls placed Thursday to the national sexual assault hotline. It's not unusual for us to also see an increase in calls and requests for service. Around times like this. Amy Smith is co director of advocacy for the Wayne County, safe sexual assault forensic examiner program. We've not seen a conversation like this happening on the national level a very long time. And we think that that's productive in that lasts national conversation. She says was the abuse scandal out of Penn State university. What we're seeing now is a mix of calls people who are triggered by what's happening on some of folks who have never disclosed in their lifetime. Jason Scott, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty a former Michigan State University psychologists who fail to notify law enforcement when he was informed of sexual abuse allegations against Larry Nassar has had his license to practice permanently. Revoked the announcement by the State Department of licensing and regulatory affairs comes nearly ten years after Gary stole retirement from Michigan state back in two thousand four stolen treated. Kyle Stevens Nassar family friend and babysitter who told her parents, and stolen that she had been sexually abused for years by Nasser. I was twelve years old when I told my parents when Larry rough may be he uses his penis, my parents confronted him and he denied any such action. My parents chose to believe Larry Nassar over me that was Stevens back in April. During her survivor impact statement at Nassar's trial instead of notifying law enforcement of heraldic Gatien's of abuse, which he was legally required to do stole. Like instead arranged a meeting between Nasser and Stevens. Parents John.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"WW J NewsRadio nine fifty good evening dry start to the weekend. Tomorrow. We'll see some showers on Sunday. The complete AccuWeather forecast is coming up just sprinklers moving through metro-detroit. Fifty two degrees in the city. Wwl news time is eleven oh three the shadow of Thursday's testimony on Capitol Hill over allegations of sexual assault by supreme court nominee. Br Kevin calls placed organizations which provide support to sexual assault victims skyrocketed, he's written empties. Jason Scott reports the national sexual assault hotline says it received a one hundred forty seven percent increase in calls Thursday, an uptick was seen locally as well. We kinda see a number a lot of different responses from the community, and and when we see those increased calls, but I I would believe that percentage is too. To be that. Hi, Amy Smith is co director of advocacy for Wayne County safe. She says stories of abuse or alleged abuse on a national scale can cause a trigger in victims after Ford put herself on on in front of the world and not everybody is able to do that. And it's not safe for everyone to do that either. Jason Scott, WW J NewsRadio nine fifty a former Michigan State University psychologists involved, a Larry Nassar scandal has been forced to permanently surrender his license. The State Department of licensing and regulatory affairs Friday announced that Gary stolen will permanently surrender his license after failing to tell a thirties about suspected abuse by Larry Nassar back in two thousand four still a treated then twelve year old Kyle Stevens Nassar family friend who told her parents, and stolen that she had been sexually abused for years by Nasser instead of notifying law enforcement Stolac arranged a meeting between Nasser and Stevens. Parents who did not believe their daughter Esther actions had already caused me significant. My father, and I did our best to patch a tattered relationship before he committed suicide in sixteen that was Stevens last April during her survivor impact statement at Nassar's trial, the seventy nine year old stolen has been retired from Michigan state since two thousand ten John Hewitt, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty. It was the end of the road today for a Detroit charter school, really knife. At these Mike Campbell reports that weren't enough students to keep it open. The delta academy charter school actually closed for students yesterday, I'm told. But today the staff is showing up turning in keys taking care of the final details. Among them is the band director, Charles Thomas, of course, it was a little disheartening. But for the most part, I think that at the end of the day yesterday. Everybody.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"In the shadow of Thursday's testimony on Capitol Hill over allegations of sexual assault by supreme court nominee. Brett Cavuto calls place to organizations which provide support the sexual assault. Victims have skyrocketed the national sexual assault. Hotline says it received a one hundred forty seven percent increase in calls Thursday and uptick was seen locally as well. We kinda see a number at a lot of different responses. I'm from the community, and and when we see those increased calls, but I I would believe. On percentages to be that high. Amy Smith is co director of advocacy for Wayne County safe. She says stories of abuse or alleged abuse on a national scale can cause a trigger in victims. Dr four put herself on on in front of the world and not everybody is able to do that. And that's not safe for everyone to do that either. Jason Scott WWE J NewsRadio nine fifty former Michigan State University psychologist has permanently surrendered his license to practice after allegedly failing to inform authorities of abuse. By disgraced former gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar back in two thousand four Gary still treated, then twelve year old Kyle Stevens, a Nassar family friend who said she'd been sexually abused for years instead of notifying law enforcement, though, silica arranged a meeting between Nasser and Stevens. Parents who did not believe their daughter for me. It was a girl wanting the pain to stop so badly. Does she woke up for months to the thought I wanna die sexual abuse is so much more than a serving physical act? It changes the trajectory of a victim's life. And that is something that no one has the right to do that was Stevens back in April. During her survivor impact statement at Nassar's trial inning of county. Circuit court the seventy nine year old Stella retired from MSU nearly a decade ago. It's the end of the road today for a Detroit school, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty s Mike Campbell reports. There were not enough students to keep the charter school open. The delta academy charter school actually closed for students yesterday. I'm told. But today the staff is showing up turning keys taking care of the final details. Among them is the band director, Charles Thomas, of course, it was a little disheartening. But for.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3
"A lot of people and that clearly distresses him and many others here a lot of people here seem to have waited until the last minute though to decide whether to vote and among them is madelene villalobos who's a housewife age fifty four indices the cbo she says she's not decided whether she will vote but if she does it won't be for one thing she does know though lulu is that she's gonna leave the country if and when he wins she has a son in columbia and she says she's all set to join him becoming one of the multitude who fled venezuela in this crisis multitude indeed as you mentioned the mainstream opposition is cutting this election but there's one significant candidate henry alcorn a former state governor some say he's a collaborator meant to give this election the veneer of legitimacy but just briefly is he a serious challenger he's performed strongly in the polls some put him ahead in recent weeks some of these polls everyone's focused on how many boats he'll get it's unclear what the government would do if he actually won many people here find it hard to believe that nicolas maduro would actually leave power if you if you did that's npr's philip reeves and caracas thank you so very much three hundred and thirty two that's the number of women who will receive a settlement from michigan state university for being sexually abused by disgraced dr larry nassar nassar who worked at michigan state for nearly twenty years will likely spend the rest of his life in prison for the sex crimes he committed the five hundred million dollar settlement includes seventy five million for victims who have yet to be identified among those nassar targeted was kyle stevens her family was friendly with nassir and her abuse began in kindergarten we spoke with her in january after she and others delivered emotional courtroom testimony you feel sadness and then you feel i think you also feel a little bit of relief because you're listening to them detail their pain in as much as you don't want them to be going through it now and you're not the only one in you know you're not crazy now all those feelings and those emotions aren't really a part of.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"A l i get to polls on twitter adopted all in on facebook that up in all eu show usa gymnastics doctor now x usa gymnastics doctor larry nassar has just been sentenced one hundred seventy five years in prison after being convicted of sexual abuse were being told by time magazine that a hundred sixty women and girls 'cause 160 have come forward in a michigan courtroom to confront larry nassar he was a former sports doctor who molested them under the quote guys of medical treatment this is sick their victim statements are coming during this sentencing hearing who has admitted sexists often athletes while employed by michigan state university in usa gymnastics a lot of victims lot of their statements some of them i can't read on there they are very uh graphic and very um have a lot of expletives and understand with so kyle stevens uh was one of the first victims speak peace a has repeatedly abused her from a six twelve during family visits to his home in holt michigan she said i testified to let the world know that you are repulsive liar and those quote treatments were pathetically vials sexual abuse perhaps your figured it out by now but little girls dostam little forever they grow too strong women that returned to destroy your world two thousand olympian jamie dancer looked at mazzorin said how dare you ask any of us for forgiveness you're jason manipulation are over we have a voice we have the power now costs seen as sirovy she competed as a gymnasts for fifteen years he said larry how many of us of their diva no you preyed on me on us he's alway take advantage of your position the almighty entrusted gymnastics doctor shame on you shame on you she said after today amokrane warm done uh you know own you look at these and some of them were just really really really really bad apparently melissa imrie was assaulted 1997 she was closures old she broker tail bone she described the severe depression sleeplessness and other issues a plate for years alley reisman olympic gold medallist initially said she would attend hearings it be true traumatic the later the 23yearold to chew off the court he's clutch directly to him saying you have not taken gymnastics away from the i love the sport and that love a stronger than the evil that resides in you in those who enabled.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The complete accu weather forecasters coming up and right now we have cloudy skies in twenty seven degrees at detroit metro airport wwl news time is 12 o3 the prosecutor laying out her case as we reach the final stages of the sentencing hearing for dr larry nassar wtmj sandra mcneill live and local with the latest sandra jackie the state's prosecuting attorney angela pct latest called larry nassar possibly one of the most prolific child sexual abusers in history nasser she says bound competitive gymnastics to be a perfect place for his crimes because she says they saw him as a god in the sport she praised the victims over the seven days of testimony in this hearing particularly she says those who were the first to accuse nazar and she says who were ostracised because of it people continue to support him in this very community and believe him after we charged kyle stevens case after he face multiple counts of criminal sexual conduct first against a minor they chose to believe his lies over the words of a young woman who had nothing to gain by coming forward nothing she urged the judge to go along with the sentencing agreement which is a minimum of forty years up to one hundred and twentyfive years in prison that offence now speaking the judge will be next and then nasser himself reporting live sandra mcneill w w j newsradio nine fifty all right sandra the michigan speaker of the house meantime is calling on the entire board of trustees at michigan state university to resign we get that now from wwtn atlantic bureau chief temps cuba you know where perhaps of the comments from joel ferguson the surface yesterday the drew up quite a bit on the slovak in this town speaker leonard recalled was one of the first legislative leaders in fact vi legislative leaders call for dr liu analyst simon to resign the obviously a sticking to that and now he's been watching the conduct the behavior of the board of trustees and tom leonard has concluded the born walk to go as well i wanted to counterbalance that we talk to the share republican share of the.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"At his office on hagedorn in hannah not far from this courtroom in the michigan state university campus abusing children had not then for the investigative reporters and rachel who brought this case we know federal law enforcement did not stop him nor did trainers or coaches or dean's or medical supervisors victim disclosures to adults didn't stop him reporters began this story an excellent victimcentred offender focus police and prosecutors grabbed the baton and brought us here today i am proud of the work of the michigan state university police department in our team at the attorney general's office there is no more supportive police chief in this country think she didn't john dunlap in our victims and the public are incredibly lucky to have their case investigated but arguably the fast sex crimes detected in the country in her team detective lieutenant interim unflavored is not only is smart dedicated working investigator that she is also and pathetic and compassionate our victims are also lucky to have the sole in unwavering support of the michigan attorney general bill schutte who from day one of taking on his case has supported this prosecution fully our teen is so proud of these young women for speaking so many have shared their story a name and face and these should feel no shame because they did nothing wrong he did it's worth remembering once again that it was one woman who came public first and when she did she was ridiculed folks rallied behind him they tried to discredit her signed petitions in support of him they believed in over her because of who he was reported to be people continue to support him in this very community and believe him after we charged kyle stevens case after he face multiple counts of criminal sexual conduct first against a minor they chose to believe his lies over the words of a young woman who had nothing to gain by coming forward nothing some of his support wavered after he was charged with possessing tens of thousands of images of child pornography yet still there were people in power who had ideas he was framed and the images were planted who was who was.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"And doubt treated as liars until proven true what are we take away from this these have been important narratives to here and witness and listen to you they will be the words that burn down cultural stereotypes and cultural myths and i have a few takeaways and lessons i hope anyone watching these past seven days has learned and we'll take away with them the first is that we must start by believing other adults must start by the leaving when it's children and young people report abuse regardless of who the perpetrator is no matter his education his position the respect he commands or the awards and aspirations he has received research shows that false allegations are slim that most perpetrators are cereal offenders and that how a victim especially a child is treated when they disclose if they are the lee and supported and not blame can affect their wellbeing for years can support better outcomes within the criminal justice system and can protect further victims yet even after the first day in the conclusion of the first week it was brought to my attention by many involved in this case that there is still people in this very community and elsewhere i imagine who are saying that these women were all in it for the money or the attention are you kidding me after a hundred and fifty heart wrenching raw graphic this real impact statements how can anyone still the lead that even to this day even as this historic sentencing hearing is flawed cross around the globe there are still likely people who doubt perhaps those two thousand folks who voted for this defendant a school board member perhaps the many petition riders we are aware of who included doctors and trainers in athletes and lawyers who spared nothing to come to the defence of this defendant over sixteen months ago and continued to defend him for months even after he had been charged with kyle stevens views i hope and pray that there watching that they're listening and that they have learned their lesson the second lesson i take away and i hope others do is that anyone can via perpetrator anyone can be a serial sexual abuser this defendant stole cheated and lied he stole these victims innocence he lied about his behavior in he cheated parents and the community and.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You're not the only one in you know you're not crazy now all those feelings in those emotions aren't really a part of your personality like you believed but there are a symptom of what larry nassar did you it's been clear throughout this trial that seeing women speaking out has encouraged others to do so in own originally i think eighty women were going speak at the trial and now it's a hundred and twenty uh some said they decided to speak after hearing testimony like yours yeah at one of the most incredible things is to see the prosecutor walk up and say our next victim is going to be anonymous please turn off the cameras and then the person gets up in the courtroom says you know i've changed my mind i'm gonna speak now that is one of the most incredible things i've ever seen um administrators at michigan state are currently facing a lot of scrutiny after reports surfaced that they were told about larry nassar is behavior in they didn't act usa gymnastics as well has been called out in court to these institutions need to face repercussions in your view for the failure to protect young girls in their care absolutely i mean we need to translate all of this into process season policies that support reporting and prevent this from happening and the fact that michigan state and usa gymnastics are on the first step were they don't want to admit that they have a problem or that there are part of the problem they're just holding all these women back from healing they are roadblock on our path to change what are you hope comes from this trial obviously a want larry nassar to be put behind bars in it that's going to happen he's already been convicted for child pornography yes but as horrific this has this has been for all of the victims it it's a moment of light at the moment of clarity for us as a society to say wake up we can't let this happen again that's kyle stevens who testified at the trial of larry nassar thank you very much for.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM
"Rural district that's been controlled by republicans for almost twenty years democrat patty schechner defeated state representative adam jones jr chou in a special election winning by at least nine points in chile pope francis has apologized for the irreparable damage caused by priests sexual abuse of children he said he was pained and ashamed by the abuse and in michigan female gymnasts who survived sexual assault and abuse by former usa gymnastics team dr larry nassar testified against him on the first day of his sentencing tuesday dr nassar has already admitted to sexually abusing the athletes when they were children lessons and then covering up the abuse by pretending it was part of the medical treatment nearly a hundred forty women have come forward to accuse nasser of abuse including exposing himself in front of them rubbing his genitals against their bodies penetrating their vaginas with his fingers among his accusers are olympic gymnasts including the gold medallists simone bild's the first woman to testify at tuesday's hearing was kyle stevens who said nasser began abusing her when she was only six years old another woman who testified at tuesday's hearing was donna markham the mother of former gymnasts chelsea markham who was sexually abused by nasser when she was only ten years old chelsea went on to commit suicide in two thousand nine in rome two thousand nine she took her own life because she couldn't deal with paint anymore it'll be ten years in march villa my baby she was twenty three years old she would have been thirty three now in every day missed her every day in all started with him it all started with him in just the first as the years went by into lewis she couldn't deal with it anymore larry nassar faces decades in prison on charges of sexually assaulting an abusing minors he's already been sentenced to sixty years in prison after being convicted on child pornography charges in a separate case and those are some of the headlines is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i'm amy goodman on martin luther king day here in new york hundreds gathered to oppose the detention of local activists robby robby her who is detained last week when he went to its checkin with ice that's immigration and customs enforcement ragbhir is executive director of the.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The monster that created this mess younger with your permission owned knowledge to address the defendant you may after my parents the rugged you the run back to my house speak with me sitting on my living room couch as if you tell me no one should ever do that and if they do you should talk on what larry i'm here not to tell someone but to tell other divorces there of kyle stevens jessica thomas saw a net hill olympia cowan alexis more and the mother of deceased abuse victim chelsea markham just a few of those who were abused or who saw loved ones abused by larry nassar they spoke as part of nasser sentencing hearing that began on tuesday he already faces sixty years in prison on three child pornography charges and these sexual abuse charges could add 125 more a total of ninety eight women are slated to give impact statements before the hearing is done in michigan most our current or former gymnast who were young at the time of the assault alltold told than a hundred and forty female athletes say nasser assaulted them among them are libyan's like simone bild's who came forward with her own story this week lindsay gibbs is sports reporter at think progress in cohost of the sports and feminism podcast burn it all down lindsay welcome back to the takeaway thanks for having me well let's go back to the crimes themselves remind us who dr nassar is what he's accused of and and what he's pled guilty to dr larry nassar was an elite trainer with the us agent asked ecksteen he worked at four olympic games.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of the children's health insurance program and more money for missile defense republican fiscal conservatives might not back the bill and it could get stuck in the senate democrats in the senate and house want progress on immigration negotiations which have soured with president trump the house intelligence committee has subpoenaed former white house strategist stephen ban ban and appeared before the committee much of the day tuesday and np r's snyder reports lawmakers say they were not satisfied with his answers bannon interview behind closed doors lasted more than 10 hours but when it came to answering questions about his work during the presidential transition or his time the white house lawmakers say ban and refused even after the panel issued a subpoena after the meeting broke cobb democratic california congressman adam shifts abandons refusal came at the instruction of the white house lawmakers say they expect ban into appear again soon np r's giles snyder reporting to former commanding officers are facing courts martial and possible criminal charges over separate collisions in the pacific ocean last year and p r's richard consolidation has warned in a statement the navy says the 2 commanders who were not named will face charges of dereliction of duty hazarding a vessel and negligent homicide several lower ranking officers will face similar charges in june the uss fitzgerald collided with a philippine flagged container off japan killing seven sailors two months later the assess john s mccain hit a liberian flagged tanker near singapore leaving 10 sailors dead the navy says that additional administrative actions are being conducted for crew members of each ship naval investigation conducted late last year determined that both collisions were avoidable richard gonzales us in pure news nearly 100 victims are in a michigan court this week confronting the former olympic gymnastics team doctor who sexually abused them as michigan radius kate wells reports larry nasser pleaded guilty to assaulting patience under the guise of treatment when woman kyle stevens was abused by nasser starting at each six nasser was a close family friend and for years our parents thought that she was lying about the abuse stevens told nasser and the court that when they finally believed her she thinks the guilt contributed to her father suicide i've been coming for you for a long time you have figured it out by now little girls don't see little forever the grow into strong women that return to destroy.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Your news nearly one hundred victims are in a michigan court this week confronting the former olympic gymnastics team doctor who sexually abused them as michigan radio's kate wells reports larry nassar pleaded guilty to assaulting patients under the guise of treatment when woman kyle stevens was abused by nasser starting at age six nasser was a close family friend and for years her parents thought that she was lying about the abuse stevens told nassar and the court that when they finally believed her she thinks the guilt contributed to her father suicide ivan coming for you for a long time perhaps you have figured it out they are the little girls don't see little forever the grow into strong women deterred to destroy our world nasser was already sentenced to sixty years on separate charges of child pornography possession frontier news i'm kate wells in lansing you're listening to npr news from washington a storm system is sweeping eased into the midatlantic states and the southeast today it could bring up to four inches of snow to north carolina farther north winter storm warnings are posted from pennsylvania to main there several inches of snow are expected a lawyer for the las vegas metropolitan police department says charges may be coming out of the investigation into the mass shooting in that city and peers led a follow reports the lawyer did not say who would be charged or what the charges may be the turning at crosby made the comments during a hearing in nevada state court on tuesday he asked the dutch not to unseal police affidavits into the investigation of the shooting on october first he told the judge quote there are charges being investigated it was the first time any public mention of charges has been made law enforcement has been cleared they believe the shooter steven paddock acted alone when he killed fifty eight people wounded hundreds of others and then killed himself the hearings were a lawsuit filed by.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"I'm in charleston south carolina okay let accent down that statues were frozen over actually where i'm staying too few weeks ago very cold in south carolina and the south trust me is hungering down for some winter weather but not so much here snow ice bitter cold more than 80 million people are under winter storm warnings stretching from texas to maine they're talking about kind of a wintry mix sleet snow freezing rain it sad stories like in houston one homes person died from hypothermia that's awful and it's difficult icy conditions there's a lot of crashes 278 crashes as of tuesday evening they've been talking about in houston 104 were major not used to ice there was by the way about a thousand flight cancellations at two major houston airports because they get to right because of the severe weather most of the flights that were george bush intercontinental airport the severe weather has left homes without power businesses without power the all too familiar cascading of chaos that is clumped on these states that aren't used to dealing with this kind of kind of weather in order to jump to this too you know this whole thing with the us a team doctor is just beyond infuriating to me anyone else up there infuriated by this larry nasser who was in court and what i loved about him being in court is that the fact that he was grilled by a couple of people who needed to grill unlike kyle stevens situate our first sexual experience when she was six years old larry nasal a family friend exposed himself to run it dark boiler room from then on that continued until she was 12 and we just wow unbelievable this guy and here is the team doctor for team us a team usa i mean it's just mind boggling look a night mindboggling is seeking to get out of prison no is it enough frankly no but nothing was ever you know nothing was ever followed up with him i suppose and i'll tell you team you i say they they have got to watch whoever it is that they expose these athletes to because it's again just so sickening to hear the details of what this i'm sorry lowlifes did to.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Trust me is hungering down for some winter weather but not so much here snow ice bitter cold more than 80 million people are under winter storm warnings stretching from texas to maine they're talking about kind of a wintry mix sleet snow freezing rain it's sad stories like in houston one hums person died from hypothermia that's awful and it's difficult icy conditions there's a lot of crashes 278 crashes as of tuesday evening they've been talking about in houston 104 were major not used to ice there was by the way about a thousand flight cancellations at two major houston airports because they got two of em right because of the severe weather most flights that were george bush intercontinental airport the severe weather has left you know homes without power businesses without power the all too familiar cascading of chaos that is clumped on these states that aren't used to dealing with this kind of kind of weather wh jumped to this too you know this whole thing with the us a team doctor is just beyond infuriating to me anyone else up there infuriated by this larry nasser who was in court and and what i loved about him being in court is that the fact that he was grilled by a couple of people who needed to grill unlike kyle stevens situate our first sexual experience misuse six.
"kyle stevens" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On room mayor temperature was ninety eight point four jackson says the president also asked him to do a cognitive exam and he came back normal man he says the patient could do with a lower fat diet the showdown over the federal budget and it's possible linked to a bill to protect the dreamers is drawing near illinois democrat senator dick durban says any deal they thought they had with president trump is gone member what point when he said whatever you send mail sign i'll take the political here on this well we should have thursday with our bipartisan bill presented to him was much difference to the president's press secretary's has democrats are throwing away progress on a budget deal for political gain mitt romney's not yet saying if you'll run for the senate from utah speculations been active since senator orrin hatch said he won't stand for reelection southern california couple appears in court thursday on charges of torture and child endangerment this after police them found thirteen siblings imprisoned in a house in filthy conditions parents being held at nine million dollars bail each this is not easy to hear but we'll be hearing a lot of it the rest of the week has cracked six years old the larry against sexually these me kyle stevens one of the many victims of larry nassar the former doctor for usa gymnastics nasser's pleaded guilty to counts of child sex abuse victims are telling this story this week in court in lansing michigan voice sentenced wall street quite thrill ride up two hundred eighty points down a hundred and at the bell the closed trading the dow is down about 8 points i'm rich johnson adopt us kids presents multiple.