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Ship carrying grain from Ukraine arrives in Istanbul
"The captain of the first grain ship to arrive out of Ukraine under an international agreement spoke to reporters at the dock in turkey Ahmet Eugene Ali Baylor is the man at the helm of the polar net of Turkish flagship that em loaded cargo at the Ukrainian port of chana Moors before the Russian invasion in February He says this sad incident happened war broke out in the port was under blockade by the Ukrainian military They were finally able to leave on Friday forming a convoy with two other ships in a harbor guide near Odessa then followed a predetermined 17 leg route through dangerous corridors that had been cleared and deemed The latitudes longitudes and positions were provided by the joint coordination center They arrived at the Turkish port of Dorinda today with the 12,000 ton load of grain The first of a dozen ships authorized to sail under the deal between Ukraine and Russia brokered by turkey and the United Nations I'm Jennifer King
Dr. Anthony Fauci Can't Keep His Story Straight About COVID Lockdowns
"LA county now has people there. The most left wing of the left wing saying we're not doing masks anymore. We're not doing lockdowns anymore. Doctor Fauci himself is now trying to get out from under the fact that he was the one demanding lockdowns. Take a listen to this, would you please Fauci? It's cut number one. I wonder if you would recommend locking down schools if you had to do it all over again. Well, you know, again, it's first of all, I didn't recommend locking anything down. You're asking me questions you're talking about the CDC is the public health agency that uses their epidemiologists and their science based approach to make recommendations. It was a decision to make a recommendation to the president. It wasn't my decision that I could implement. And when it became clear that when we had community spread in the country with a few cases of community spread, this was way before there was a major explosion like we saw in the northeastern corridor driven by New York City metropolitan area, I recommended to the president that we shut the country down. Okay, so I didn't recommend anything and then I recommended something and I didn't say that we should shut everything down and then I said we should shut everything down.
Zelenskyy visits port to see ship loaded with grain
"President volodymyr zelensky has visited one of Ukraine's main black seaports Odessa A week after a deal was struck with Russia turkey and the UN to create safe corridors for ships to export grains that have been trapped in the country Zelensky's visit comes as workers are preparing terminals for grain exports which are relied on by millions of people worldwide facing hunger Zielinski told reporters the export of grain will begin with the departure of several ships that were loaded but could not depart reports after the Russian invasion Zelensky says our side is fully prepared We sent all the signals to our partners The UN and turkey and our military is guaranteeing the security situation The complexities of the grains agreement and concerns about the safety of shipping crews has set the deal off to a slow cautious start I'm Charles De Ledesma
Risks, mined waters slow rush to extract grains from Ukraine
"Risks such as mind waters are slowing moves to extract grains from Ukraine Shipping companies are not rushing to export millions of tons of trapped grain out of Ukraine despite a breakthrough deal to provide safe corridors through the Black Sea That's because explosive mines are still drifting in the waters Ship owners are assessing the risks and many still have questions over how the deal will unfold The goal is within three months to get some 20 million tons of grain out of three Ukrainian seaports blocked by Russia's February 24 invasion that
As heat records fall in Northeast, some city dwellers flee
"Heat warnings are across the United States and meteorologists say it's likely to get a lot hotter from the Pacific Northwest to the southern great plains to the interstate 95 corridor more than 85 million Americans have been under excessive heat warnings or heat advisories and the national weather service warns of extremely oppressive conditions from Washington to Boston The weather service says numerous record highs are expected to be tied or broken in the northeast where at least two heat related deaths have been reported officials in Philadelphia have extended a heat emergency through Monday evening in Boston the mere is keeping a dozen cooling centers open organizers of the New York City triathlon have cut the distances athletes have to run and bike I'm Donna water
Benny Johnson Unpacks Tucker Carlson's Comments on 'The New Right'
"Want to play this tape. Play cut two 77 Tucker Carlson in Iowa. Talking about the new right. Play cut two 77. And I mean like Republican leaders and just on principle, that enraged me. And it's not just evangelicals, but it's basically the average Republican voter is not represented in a meaningful way by his or her leaders in Washington. And I can not stress that enough, and I can not overstate how hostile that makes me. So, you know, I have every intention of staying in the job that I'm blessed to have, but I'm going to keep hammering that, not because I want to weaken the Republican Party. No, because the Republican Party is our only option. That's it. No one's starting a new party. This is not going to work. And we need immediate attention and help. This is an SOS moment. I really feel that way. An SOS moment, Benny, your thoughts. Well, Tucker Carlson is in Iowa, so I'm from Iowa, and you're from Midwest. And so that's very interesting that he's using the platform of Iowa in the first state in the nation to give these remarks I know Tucker. I've worked for Tucker. I don't think he's running for president, but he was asked there. That's his response to are you running for president? And Tucker didn't necessarily say no. So are things going to get super interesting? I don't know, but of course, obviously Tucker is correct there. The easiest thing to say in our business, Charlie is one that you have a receding hairline. And then two, Tucker Carlson is correct. Those are the two easiest things to say in our industry. And so it is absolutely true that Tucker Carlson has been the drum beat and the heartbeat of the Republican Party. And it's also very sad that the Republican Party sort of functions as those same machine corporate machine that the Democrat party functions as inside of the sell a corridor.
Elon Musk Says He's Terminating Deal to Buy Twitter
"Well quickly Elon Musk has just notified Twitter He's terminating the deal He once done his $44 billion buy of Twitter CNBC reports corridor letters sent by Lauren's behalf to the company's chief legal officer Why Because he says Twitter's not coming clean With how many phony accounts it has And in the letter disclosed an SEC filing Scott and ARP's attorney Mike Wrangler tried to Twitter is not complied with its contractual obligations Did not provide Musk with relevant business information he requested As Wrangler said the contract would require Musk has previously said he wanted to assess what his claims that about 5% of its monetizable daily activity users are spam accounts Twitter has failed to refuse to provide this information ringler claims sometimes Twitter is ignored mister Musk requests Sometimes it is rejected rejected them for reasons that appear to be unjustified Sometimes it is claimed to comply with giving mister Musk incomplete or unusable information And so the lawyer also charged in the lighter the Twitter breached the merger agreement because it allegedly contains materially inaccurate representations And that's based on Musk's own preliminary review of spam accounts on Twitter's platform And Twitter said it's not possible to calculate spam accounts from Sully public information Well then provide the man with the information he asked for
AP source: At least 40 found dead in back of tractor trailer
"The dares of dozens of migrants felt inside a tractor trailer in South Texas is not the first time such a tragedies happened AP correspondent Norman hall reports Ten migrants died in 2017 after being trapped inside a truck that was sparked at a Walmart in San Antonio in 2003 19 migrants were found in the sweltering truck southeast of San Antonio Big rigs emerged as a popular smuggling method in the early 1990s a better surge in U.S. border enforcement in San Diego and El Paso which were then the busiest corridors for illegal crossings heat poses a serious danger particularly when temperatures can rise severely inside vehicles whether in the San Antonio area was mostly cloudy muddy but temperatures approach 100° I Norman
Did the Uvalde Police Fail the Children and Teachers?
"Take this from the daily mail. Why didn't they go in, chilling first image from inside Texas school shows cups with rifles and ballistic shields and corridor 19 minutes after gunmen entered, but they waited another hour to storm the classroom. Is that incorrect? Well, I think it's not a complete synopsis of what exactly happened. You know, when I read these stories and they say, the officers didn't go in. They don't go through and explain why. They don't give a synopsis of what was the door situation. They paint the picture as if they just stood there and they could go in and they should have went in and the door was wide open and they could have gone in and killed a guy. I don't think that that's the totality of what happened. I think that there's a lot more nuance to it. It appears, in my opinion, that they believe that they couldn't get through the door. They did not have a way to breach the door. There was a search for keys to the door, and it's not as simple as most people think that you could just run through the door and it magically opens and you kill the suspect whom you probably can not see. Given the conditions, it's a lot more to it than this. And I think that people are emotional and they rush to judgment because of the visceral experience of thinking about children being killed, thinking about images that they see without understanding the full context. Okay, so give me the full
Lavrov in Turkey to discuss plan to ship Ukrainian grain
"Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov is expected to hold talks with Turkish officials on a plan that could allow Ukraine to export its grain through the Black Sea to global markets amid an escalating food crisis Lavrov arrived in turkey days after some NATO members reportedly refused to allow his plane to fly through their airspace to reach Serbia Lavrov however was able to fly directly to turkey over the Black Sea Turkey wants a UN led mechanism that would create a secure corridor for the shipment of Ukrainian grain and then for Russia to export food and fertilizer in the torx Lavrov's also expected to focus on Turkish plan to launch a new cross border offensive in northern Syria against Syrian
Rising US traffic deaths put focus on one Philadelphia road
"The rising number of traffic deaths in the U.S. is focusing on one road in Philadelphia Roosevelt boulevard is known as Philadelphia's corridor of death It's got high speeds It's got many lanes It feels like an expressway but it's in the middle and between neighborhoods Christopher Paul chow ski is with Philadelphia's office of transportation infrastructure and sustainability You would not design a street like that today It's done show black communities like this one in Philadelphia have felt more of an impact from traffic deaths during the pandemic John Barr's son JJ was killed in a hit and run On the street on the road he was hit and they didn't know how long he has been there for Data from the first four months of 2022 show more pedestrians died on Philadelphia roads so far this year than people in cars Many of the city's ideas for fixing Roosevelt avenue have been championed under new federal strategies I'm Ed
Up to 100 Ukraine troops could be dying in Donbas each day, says Zelenskiy - The Guardian
"Russian forces have pushed forward in their assault on Ukraine seeking to capture the crucial southern port city of mariupol as Moscow celebrates its victory day holiday Determined to show success in a war now into its 11th week Russian troops have pummeled a seaside steel mill where an estimated 2000 Ukrainian fighters are making their last stand the mills the only part of the city not overtaken by the invaders its defeat would deprive Ukraine of a vital port and allow Russia to establish a land corridor to the Crimean Peninsula speaking at a military parade marking
"l. corridor" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Corridor further east of the proposed valley site so it's not exactly in my ward but it has a very profound impact on my award and most of my residents have weighed in against this proposal And you are against this proposal to Absolutely Vote again against the proposal and I'm against the process which really has a shadow cast over it by the way this has been handled and the complete lack of transparency in the apparent backroom deals What are you talking about there Well look to summarize you have a mayor who denied that she had made her decision even as the CEO of the company that she's now supporting was on an airplane on the way to Chicago for the announcement You have a city council that was told we would be cast with evaluating this at a special committee was formed We had one meeting and haven't even had an opportunity to vote on it that's already being presented to us as a done deal You have a consultant that was hired under the guise of neutrality to evaluate the proposals and now it turns out that they have a previously undisclosed financial relationship with the winning bidder and you have city hall insiders who have been giving assistance to that bidder over the other proposals throughout this entire process All in the context of a deal worth billions of dollars I think the average Chicago and can connect those dots quite easily and come to their own conclusion What is that though I mean I wonder what the conclusion there is Is somebody personally profiting from this or is this just the way deals like this get done There's a lot of meetings I mean I wonder what you're really suggesting here It's a parent you know I was told that I would be serving on this evaluation committee I was honored to be selected because I thought we had a job to do which was approaching this evaluation process with some degree of fairness and objectivity And picking the best proposal for the city of Chicago Casino is probably necessary right now We've been trying to get one in Chicago for decades Every day that goes by we send money to casinos in Indiana that we really should be capturing here at home So there's a lot of reasons to be considering this But we have to make the decision as to which one of the proposals is the best for the city based on the merits not based on insider trading You don't like the valley site and you didn't want it in your ward that leaves the one I guess over by soldier field and would you want it there Where do you want a casino to go Yeah I think the 78 proposal is actually a stronger proposal for a number of reasons First of all the team behind it is much more experienced their experience developers they've built large projects before rivers operates a casino outside of Chicago but close enough that we know there are a known entity We know how they operate and they have experience The bellies team has no experience building projects of any kind They've never built a casino before They purchased bellies and they purchased the existing casinos as going concerns So they're relatively inexperienced Definitely not qualified for a $2 billion proposal to build it from the ground up They've never done anything like that before I'm sure you noticed that I'm sure you noticed that one of the things they said was beneficial for the ballet's application was that bally's does an operate other casinos in the region so their marketing and promotion will push people to Chicago We won't have to share their interests with northwest Indiana or central Illinois stuff like that How compelling is that to you Yeah every casino potentially competes against every other casino.
Ukraine: More than 260 fighters evacuated from Mariupol mill
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Evacuation of civilians from Ukrainian steel plant begins
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Ukriane:Possible new agreement on Mariupol corridor
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Ukraine railway: evacuations continue in east
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Why Real Estate Is a Good Investment in Times of Serious Inflation
"You know, one of the biggest challenges right now is trying to figure out how to safeguard your money. In other words, what do you do given inflation is so rampant? The world is clearly a much crazier, dangerous place, and one of the things that people keep coming back to and that you hear over and over and over again from some of the brightest minds in investing is real estate. Which is great, so long as you have the time to write like manage your real estate. Well, what if you could actually do this through an investing vehicle? Through a private equity investing vehicle. How does that work? What might the returns look like? We're going to get into all of that today with my friend Charlie dombeck, who's joining us again from key city capital, but before we do, I got to just say, you know, Charlie, welcome. I'm looking at some of this data that's come in, and there's been some serious rent increases, which makes total sense to me, right? Total sense, given the inflation that we've seen in our economy, and also total sense, given the sort of exodus out of some of these very high tax states, but walk us through what's going on because that actually as I look at this a lot of these are markets that you guys are invested in. Yeah, it's been inflation, inflation inflation, and inflation has not escaped the multi-family residential rental market. And the statistics for 2021 came out last week. And they're actually quite surprising the rate of inflation in rental real estate is higher than the actual CPI, which is pushing 8% right now. And what's interesting is, overall, rental rate increases approach 13 and a half percent annually last year across the nation. But like any measure there are market set performed rather poorly and there are some markets and some areas that performed exceptionally. Well, and guess which ones performed very poorly. Everything in a blue state, right? High tax states, states that defunded the police. Your upper northeast, Boston, Washington, D.C., New York City, Chicago, many markets in California, where upwards of 70% of every dollar you make goes to some sort of social program, including taxation. So we see population shifts out of there. Where did the markets perform best? Well, everything south of the mason Dixon line those sun belt states performed exceptionally well. And in the markets that we serve, which are primarily Texas, Tennessee, and Florida, we saw massive rent increases. In the corridor between Naples and Tampa, it was 35% overall last year. In Memphis, Tennessee, where we have 1264 units, it was 29% in Dallas, Texas, 23%. So if you think about rate of return on an investment, certainly you're not going to get an 18 to 20% rate of return this year like we did the last three or four years. And the S&P 500, but you can find that in multi-family residential real estate.
Live updates | UK: Russia refocusing on Donbas region
"Britain's Britain's Britain's Britain's defense defense defense defense ministry ministry ministry ministry says says says says Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's continuing continuing continuing continuing to to to to build build build build up up up up both both both both its its its its soldiers soldiers soldiers soldiers and and and and mercenaries mercenaries mercenaries mercenaries in in in in eastern eastern eastern eastern Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine in in in in on on on on intelligence intelligence intelligence intelligence update update update update the the the the ministry ministry ministry ministry says says says says the the the the build build build build up up up up in in in in the the the the east east east east is is is is part part part part of of of of Russia Russia Russia Russia shifting shifting shifting shifting it's it's it's it's offensive offensive offensive offensive to to to to the the the the Donbass Donbass Donbass Donbass region region region region the the the the update update update update adds adds adds adds Russian Russian Russian Russian troops troops troops troops moving moving moving moving into into into into the the the the area area area area along along along along with with with with most most most most of of of of his his his his from from from from the the the the Wagner Wagner Wagner Wagner private private private private military military military military group group group group meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile Britain Britain Britain Britain says says says says Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's still still still still trying trying trying trying to to to to take take take take the the the the sudden sudden sudden sudden port port port port city city city city of of of of Mariupol Mariupol Mariupol Mariupol which which which which is is is is seen seen seen seen weeks weeks weeks weeks of of of of intense intense intense intense fighting fighting fighting fighting adding adding adding adding value value value value poll poll poll poll is is is is almost almost almost almost certainly certainly certainly certainly a a a a key key key key objective objective objective objective of of of of the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian invasion invasion invasion invasion as as as as it it it it will will will will secure secure secure secure a a a a land land land land corridor corridor corridor corridor from from from from Russia Russia Russia Russia to to to to the the the the occupied occupied occupied occupied territory territory territory territory of of of of Crimea Crimea Crimea Crimea which which which which is is is is the the the the next next next next in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles de de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma
"l. corridor" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day
"Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky is back in his office. He delivered a defiant address from the capitol building in Kyiv. He said he isn't hiding, and he will insist on continued negotiations with Russia. The most urgent issue right now is getting people out of the country safely, but several attempts at setting up humanitarian corridors to evacuate civilians have failed. Even this morning, the spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Ukraine said Russian forces are shelling and evacuation route out of the southern port city of mariupol, Jaime Nadal, says humanitarian corridors are the only way to stop the civilian casualties. He is the representative to Ukraine at the United Nations population fund. He and his staff left Kyiv now he is in the southwest of the country. We still have a handful of colleagues who are in Kyiv. And in some cases, some of them they want to be relocated, but currently the conditions are so complicated that it's proven to be quite challenging. Still we are trying and I hope that everybody will be able to be moved out of the city and be safe and sound. Let's talk about the efforts to get civilians out. There have been these failed attempts to set up humanitarian corridors. Do you have any more information as to what the alternative is to get people out safely? Well, there are no alternative to humanitarian corridors. Humanitarian corridors need to be established. Establishing those corridors to let the population out of the areas and to let humanitarian aid into the areas is absolutely the top priority right now. Russia has suggested creating corridors that would take refugees to Russia or Belarus. The Ukrainian government has denied that option. What is the best way forward here? I'm not going to comment on that. I mean, we've been focusing on the corridor for instance between Mario pole and nipro, which is a scenario that is has been severely hit by the attack and the military interventions. And we really need that corridor to be functional as soon as possible. We also need the corridor that would enable the UN and other humanitarian actors to be functional between the west of Ukraine concretely the Polish border and Kyiv and elsewhere because we need to establish logistic hubs in the country that will enable us to reach out to the areas where the needs are. 6 hospitals, I understand were bombed over the weekend, we are hearing several of them are without electricity without water, surgeries are being performed in basement shelters. How are nurses and doctors getting supplies? They are not at this point. The complete supply chain is disrupted. And they are running very, very low of essential medicines and supplies. And again, this is a very serious threat to the lives of women and patients in general, but I mean talking from the mandate of UN FBA, we look after women's reproductive health. We don't want any woman to lose our life giving birth. That's an acceptable. And yet we are seeing women having their deliveries in makeshift shelters in basements of buildings, in metro stations, by the hundreds, even a thousand right now. And this is a trend that is dramatic is massive and is likely to worsen in the future unless the hostilities the world stops immediately. Yeah. Have you had conversations with these doctors, nurses, and medical staff, how is their own morale after all they have to look after their own health and safety that of their own families? We did a scanning of the situation of health facilities at the beginning of the war. On the 24th, 25th of February. But I have to confess that some areas like Mario, for instance, we've been trying to reach out to them and we have been unable to. Telephones are not working, cell phones are not working. And there is no way to communicate with them. What do you want the international community to know? Right now about what's happening there, what the need is. What I would like the international community to know is that women, women who may be pregnant, women who are on the move. Running away from this madness of war are at very high risk. And this is so absurd and unnecessary. There is nothing that justify that they have to go through this situation. And frankly, I mean, it's so horrendous. So heartbreaking to see what is happening in Ukraine. And Ukraine needs help. Ukraine really needs humanitarian actors, governments to provide assistance. We need the international community to act to act together to provide support to the humanitarian response that is being established. The UN has made already a flash appeal. Seeking support from member states in order to make sure that this corridor is humanitarian corridors. Allow for the evacuation of civilian population, but also for the deployment of much needed supplies to sustain basic lifesaving services, including cryptocurrency valve for pregnant women. And I hope that the international community will respond to this cleave for support because it's really a dramatic situation that requires a massive massive response from the international community. More people will die. It's as simple as that. I mean, Nadal representative to Ukraine at the United Nations population fund. He's speaking to us from a safe location in the western part of the country. Where he and his staff have evacuated. Thank you so much for talking with us. Thank you very much. Russian forces have officially invaded Ukraine, and now the U.S. is issuing new sanctions on the Kremlin. Putin chose this war. And now he and his country will bear the consequences. The NPR politics podcast breaks down what all this means. Get the latest from the NPR politics podcast every.
"l. corridor" Discussed on WTOP
"And money with low cost home energy assessments visit Washington gas dot com slash home saving to see how you can save Joe Fox WTP traffic Now storm team four meteorologist Matt Ritter It is a very dynamic system deck and right now we see some changes rapidly starting to happen It took all the evening but now we're starting to change over to plane rain along the I 95 corridor as temperatures have gotten a few degrees above the freezing point It's in the 40s in southern Maryland where it's been just plain rain for the past several hours And in fact it's an incredible contrast of temperatures from southern Maryland to the far northwestern suburbs across the listening area It's still in the teens along the I 81 corridor So basically west of U.S. 15 for the rest of this evening for the duration of the storm that's where the icing conditions are going to persist at their worst because even after the precipitation ends temperatures there on the ground and in the air will stay just below freezing so the ice isn't going to go anywhere But all snowfall accumulation is over for the storm right now In fact we've had so much sleep freezing rain and plain rain and now for the past couple of hours that it's impossible to get an accurate measurement of how much fell at any particular location So basically for the rest of the storm we're going to see the sleet and freezing rain continuing in the northwest suburbs west of U.S. 15 along the I 95 court order Virginia D.C. itself Any lingering ice will just be plain rain and plane rain will continue in the southern Maryland Peninsula with temperatures in the low to mid 30s most spots except below freezing along U.S. 15 and points to the west and southern Maryland will stay in the low 40s I know that was a lot of words but that's everything that's happening right now Now later tonight between midnight and 3 a.m. all precipitation will end in temperatures will start falling again below freezing So a lot of us will have to deal with the refreeze first thing Monday morning The rest of the dates of morrow just mostly cloudy and blustery high temperatures will be in the upper 30s to low 40s Wind gusts could be over 40 to 45 mph and a wind adviser will start for the entire area 8 o'clock in the morning Then Tuesday partly sunny breezy and cold dear 40 increasing clouds some showers late Wednesday highs will be in the midst upper 40s All right here check this out 28° right now in Leesburg 45 in Leonard town in southern Maryland and D.C. is in between 36° Alrighty we have 34 outside.
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"Corridor of the apartment had collapsed. Approximately 55 apartment units are unit began search and rescue efforts. They pulled 35 occupants that were trapped inside the building. Rescue crews have heavy equipment on site and are showing up the buildings. They tunnel into the In an effort to find survivors. Miami Dade County is asking those who can't contact residents of the building to call a special hotline. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami The Miami Dade Fire Department is meanwhile, trying to account for every tenant who resides at the condo building and Surfside that had partially collapsed this morning, it took to Twitter asking tenants to fill out a wellness check form. At last check on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average was up 315 points at 34,190. You're listening to NPR news. The prime minister of France and the country's health minister are heading to a region in the southwest of the country where Delta varying covid cases are on the rise. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports, Europe's Disease Control agency says The variant, first detected in April in India could account for 90% of new coronavirus infections across Europe by late August. The ministers will assess the situation in Holland in the Basque country near Spain, the only region in France, where there's an uptick in infections, health officials say 70% of new infections there are the more contagious and deadly Delta variant, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control says modeling forecasts show the variant will be widespread across the continent by August. Vaccines are still the best protection, say authorities. Though the variant is sweeping, highly vaccinated Britain that forced the British government to postpone its complete opening of the economy by four weeks. It's also prompted European states to tighten border controls for travelers from India and the U. K. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS The U. S economy has grown at a rate of 6.4% in the first three months of this year, the Commerce Department says today. Growth in the gross domestic product was unchanged from two previous estimates for the first quarter. Some economists project it will accelerate this quarter to an annual rate of at least 10%. The Dow has risen more than 300 points since they opened up nearly 1% It's at 34,196 I'm Lakshmi Singh. NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Raymond James, a firm focused on transforming lives, businesses and communities through tailored wealth management, banking and capital markets. Solutions. Learn more at Raymond James dot com. And Americans for the arts. Okay? From W A. B E in Atlanta. Welcome to this Thursday edition of Closer Look, I'm Rose Scott coming up in just a moment. The Milton Police Department will use grant funding. To help officers with de escalation, tactics and other skill sets. Well, the goal. Besides Officer training is also better community policing. I'll speak with police chief Rich Austin. Also will learn more about the latest two shot Covid 19 vaccine developed by Novavax. It's reportedly 90% effective against the virus. Now those conversations are coming up. But first this Atalanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms is welcoming President Joe Biden's community Violence Intervention Intervention Collaborative. Now Atlanta joins 15 districts that will use a portion of the American rescue plan funding to combat described this increase in crime. In a statement, the mayor cited quote Atlanta and communities across the nation. Are grappling with a complex public health epidemic in the form of violence. She went on to thank the Biden administration. For quote, given the people of Atlanta, the resources and support needed to address the immediate And systemic issues of what she caused this covid crime wave Now President Biden and U. S. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced the administration strategy to prevent gun related crimes and to help cities In addressing the spikes in violent crime. Community led efforts are vital to preventing violence. Before it occurs. The Justice Department has available over $1 billion in funding through over a dozen grant programs that can be used to support evidence based community violence intervention strategies that is U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland. Violent crime has been a community issue and also expect many of the mayoral candidates to be part of their agenda. Now from our W AB newsroom, Georgia's public university system as a new leader, at least for the time being. The Board of Regions Tap Teresa McCartney As quote acting chancellor of the States, 26 public colleges and universities. The current chancellor, Steve Wrigley, will step down July 1st. Now, McCartney has served as vice chancellor for administration since 2019 before joining the university system. She worked as a state budget director under former governor Nathan Deal, and McCartney's appointment means the region's haven't decided who actually will permanently leave the system. When word leaked. The board was considering former governor Sonny Perdue for the job Well, the systems of credit agency warned. Appointing him could put the systems accreditation at risk that prompted the regions to pause. The search. They've since switch search firms and resume the process of looking for the university systems. Next leader and finally, Game one of the NBA's Eastern Conference championship between the Atlanta Hawks and Milwaukee Bucks kicked off last night. In case you don't know the outcome. Take a Listen..
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"l. corridor" Discussed on Pig & Whistle - Tales from Azeroth
"Move the anima powers that you get. That's what makes it so unique and fun and that is why i personally love. the tristan. Chord of some people might know. But from the three lanes that i've done i've had a blast and don't get me wrong these floors and laze take awhile. I've averaged it about well. I'm going to average about two hours per lia- which comes to sixteen hours of total cost. If you do the lakers back to back now. That is quite some something. But i've done lay one two and three and it's taken me about four and a half five hours to do them three lanes so as you go up. The different is the enemies. Get tougher from the stop. They have more help towards the end. I damaged was the end. It kind of evens out to about two hours Liar and yet like i said this is sixteen. Hours worth of togas eve of very much fun in my put for my view a groggy grind that some people months i think because they just want the man. They don't want to have the low drop chance that it has out in the mola zone itself which is fair enough and i can see a lot of people. Doing twisting corridors for that amount on light of really really cam. But i also see a lot of people who would do twisting corridors. Even after they've done last eight just for fun because it is just. I want to say how powerful i can make my character with these powers if i get super lucky and get this set of powers wanted to save one short dispose or something like that. That will be tested. Set themselves to get within toll gassed and he can bring a lot of fun. One show from quirky things. And that is the great about can bring up so many different possibilities with the power that you get in there. So i can certainly say people enjoying like the twisting corridors..
"l. corridor" Discussed on Pig & Whistle - Tales from Azeroth
"Or pint. Sit back and enjoy today subject to. We're going to be looking while news. But most specifically we're going to beat down on two of the biggest point so the week all this current week which will be the togo's twisting corridors and the covering campaign endings and the covenant campaigns wrapping up as a whole. So without ever do get started on togas and the twisting corridors aspect. So with this being the last week of the year round robin robain. Round robin of the togo set like places so two different wings they invest the would two different wings of togo's opened up each and every week to believe from very first week of Shetlands launch and it also introduced. Togo's twisting corridors. Which is what leads. You a which is why bovin lead you for the next quest of the togas campaign now. Togo's twisting corridors is compared to the office is is a longer it's a own pad layer so you're within normal wings of togas have six floors and after that sick floor boss. Your togas run is done is over you go out. You can rian to toe again. If you want on a different lia- you can go and do competing of things you do. I want now. We've togo's twisting co-boys it's tripled so each layer has eighteen throws on and do the ela eight layers like there is eight lays for every other Wing of togas and that comes up two hundred. Forty four was out of all the layers. You have one hundred forty four fluids to pass through your way through and go up togas. Essentially now i've been doing a few on my buchen. I'm let i've got to lay four. I've done a one two and three right now for boom can. This is quite fun because you have many different anima powers that really empower. You'll convoke the spirits for me anyway. Comp- might be of a things the other druids but mostly is convoked and the scaling is already an issue for me. Because i kill a lot of the mob's quite easily to be honest. The do hit hard. They do still one shot me enough to after. Be careful about that but my damage. Scaling is very good compared to the moms health. They've got the balanced perfect there for me anyway for other classes is a bit different because there is that class imbalance within tour ghost. That awesome crosses that do a lot worse than some costs will better may personally. I think i've got one of the causes that do a lot better. Many because of the so sustain the damage the on canal put so i am currently loving twisting corridors and many at least to some a small portion on lebanon because they fit as if eighteen floors is too much of a grind to go through. Now would he out with doing the Twisting corridors firstly every two layers..
"l. corridor" Discussed on Florida Matters
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"l. corridor" Discussed on Florida Matters
"Presidential elections necessarily on donald trump is a unique candidate with unique campaign strategies that we've never seen before and so unless we have a another candidate comes out has a platform or is a cult of personality. I don't think that this is necessarily a predictor of future elections. I do think that the migratory patterns that were seeing a how orange county and even divall. And even seminal county win or for biden. I think if that's shows to be very interesting because those are places that are having high growth high influxes of individuals from other states. And i think that's going to be telling because as we go forward it's gonna be those that come to florida. Going to be changing outcomes. Phyllis you think florida still going to be a swing state near circum- probably in. I think i agree with tara. On how the demographics are changing because of the migration of people from other places and living heaven been here on my life and saint petersburg and just looking at how things have changed over the years in how people have migrated to this area and not only that would i look at is where these people coming from what type of backgrounds they have and oftentimes if they migrate there in more of the areas as opposed to The rule areas. And i think that says a lot too about how we as a state will need to make changes a relative to that for instance my my nephew and his wife. He had been in the military and a couple years before he retired. He decided that he was going to move back here. His wife is from nebraska. Her family they live in iowa and nebraska and their values are very different in terms of how they live in nebraska. As opposed to how. We live here in florida. You know and i really think we have to look at like say where the people are coming from in terms of how we make changes concerning how we do our elections. Michael what about you. I mean the the orlando area is is is growing like a weed as well. What do you think needs to happen there to to make sure that All these people who are coming in from other places are able to live good lives I think we're doing a little bit of a better job in the orlando area. We have i. I see the counties here already have structure to to work together and and build new toll roads in areas that are targeted for development. I hope there's been a lot of projections of of a lot of stuff being built kind of To the east of downtown orlando. That wouldn't affect me. I'm over to the west but there's parts of it are bad like i. I am a little lucky. I'm not as affected. But i am concerned that there's you know i don't mind the development as long as the you know the roads are there. I and there's a plan to get the new people in and out of the city centre before you actually start filling those homes up with people. And i've seen positive signs here to of closer to the urban core a lot more higher density developments being done so that i think that'll really help alleviate the traffic that could happen so i'm cautiously optimistic about the population growth. As far as florida staying a swing state as its population continues to grow. I have no idea. I feel like for about ten percent of people. They they take their party identity. Election by-election and issue by issue. And it just depends on who the candidates are that. What i said is true in a lot of states but the ten percent of florida. That's may be up for grabs each election it. They have very different concerns than that. Ten percent of say pennsylvania..
"l. corridor" Discussed on Florida Matters
"Three as i was very much for that As i as. I look at what's been going on in this country and how polarized we are I'm not sure that that's the best thing to cure it. But it was the only thing on the menu for this election just to try to get people to come into the voting booth each time. Whether it's the first round or the second round each time i feel like people should be thinking about you. Know who is the best candidate. Not necessarily who's the best democrat or who's the best republican. So i was. I was excited to vote for that. And i'm disappointed that it didn't pass. What about the minimum wage increase. Where did you respond on iron significantly more than minimum wage. It does not affect me personally. my wife is a small business owner. She pays her employees significantly more than minimum wage. So it wasn't going to affect us for a while. I guess maybe there's like some second order effects that would come in effect things so for me. It's only thinking about well. How are people who are not so fortunate. Doing and even as i think about that it seems to me that the minimum wage should be set at the federal level. It should be set by the same people who are like controlling the money supply and things of that nature. So i did vote no even though i would be perhaps in favor of the federal government Changing the minimum wage with gets to my next question petar because of raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. Nationally was a was a plank. Joe biden slap form He ran ads saying that he supported and he talked about it in campaign speeches. The proposal to raise the minimum wage in florida pass with over sixty percent of the vote but biden himself as a candidate only forty seven percent of the vote in florida. So what does it say to you about that. Disconnect between the policy that's part of his platform getting broad support for biden. Sell not being able to to win the presidential race here in florida express enough. How much of an anomaly is critical. Election was for those of us that watched areas elections in. It was an anomaly because you saw sixty point eight percent of florida in support minimum wage. What you saw that. Three to one for donald trump right we in two thousand sixteen trump won florida by one. Hundred twelve thousand votes in twenty twenty. He won the state by well over three hundred thousand votes. And i think that disconnect or that anomaly can really be related to that micro-messaging occurred in the state of florida. I think florida will be watched for the next four years. Not just because of maybe. I fourth quarter being a bellwether for presidential elections but because of that micro-messaging that was so significantly. Impactful on voter turnout when you look at. The massacre gene was done by the trump campaign to go..
"l. corridor" Discussed on Florida Matters
"There were quite a few people there to vote to do the early vote so i was excited. You know just to see people out and michael. What about you. How do you feel about things after casting your balance so i cast my ballot one of the first days that the supervisor of elections opened up to accept drop-offs of absentee ballots. I i had an absentee ballot. And i dropped it off early so they actually had a drive through process. I was really surprised how smooth it went as soon as i drove in explaining. We know what you're here to do. Just drop off your ballot turnover here. I just roll down my window. Handed often to them saw them. Put it in the box. Everyone was wearing masks so they were prepared. I felt great about that. Can i ask who you voted worker. President sure. I voted for joe biden. And what led you to that decision. I felt like in twenty nineteen the things that the house alleged trump did that he did do those things and that they were perhaps not totally illegal but serious violations of the just the whole process of competing fairly in an election based on your ideas if they had removed him and put penson place. I would have considered a vote for pence. Actually fill us. I see the portrait of the obamas. You there i'm gonna go out on a limb here and say that voted for joe biden as well he sa. I did and i feel good about that. Vote whatever the outcome may be. I feel good about the fact that i cast. My vote. couldn't see going any other way. What about what. Michael said there about going back to the impeachment and the and the accusations about president trump. If mike pence were on the ballot would you have considered Voting for him never would have voted for joe biden Even so. Because i i just really feel that trump has done such a great disservice to this country and the things that the country really represents a democracy and for whatever reason he has all turned around and thinks it's all about him because he's the president and that's just not the way. The constitution was.
"l. corridor" Discussed on Florida Matters
"Welcome to florida matters. I'm bradley george and was only a week ago but man what a week it's been election day came and went without a clear winner in the race for president after days of counting. Joe biden is now president. Elect donald trump won florida's electoral votes. Across the state democrat swamps racist for congress state legislature more than sixty percent of voters supported a constitutional amendment to raise the states minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour make florida's new political reality. And how do voters feel joining me. Zoom is tara newsom a political analyst and professor at saint petersburg college and also joining the conversation are phyllis young of saint petersburg and michael line bom of winter garden. Wsf reporters interviewed them. Have the election as part of an audio diary series looking at voters along the i four corridor also. I should note that we recorded this interview on friday before media outlets called the presidential race for joe biden tara. I want to start with you. Now that we're on the other side of the election for you what would you think is the big takeaway from from the twenty twenty election here in florida. Well first off. I think that the i four corridor remains a predictor of presidential elections. I don't think it's necessarily predictor of florida elections. And so i think that's a unique kind of application of an area of the state that we traditionally monitor a sort of the heartbeat of even florida. But i do think it would take away. Is that florida. Having i four corridor going towards biden but not nearly as much in orange county and having these micro targeting to the iphone quarter shows us that you can have a state like florida still perform for democrats certain pocket areas but if you refine micro targeting campaigning. The rest of the state can really really turn on you and so i think this is what we would call a critical election because it's teaching us about how important it is to monitor the migratory patterns of people in the country. So in i've quarter we have lots of influx of people from the midwest from new york. We have high degrees associate economic status high degrees of access to education a more robust economy. And so you saw you saw that in. It's coming out for biden now. Orange county didn't come out as much for biden and we can talk about that in a minute. But when you look at the state and how the rest instatement predominantly read. It really shows the difference between how migratory patterns affect voting outcomes and how rural parts of the country sort of dig deep into old standards of how vote..
"l. corridor" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Corridor, which is typically a fiercely contested region of the state Vice president Mike Pence will be in Orlando tomorrow for Latinos for Trump event. The vice president will also dropped by the villages. Hurricane Delta, making landfall in Louisiana. Evening as the Florida Panhandle marks the two year anniversary of Hurricane Michael. We could get through the next couple weeks. I think the chance of seeing a storm that finds or kind of crossing our fingers Governor Rhonda Santa's traveled to Calhoun County to announce millions of dollars and really funds to rebuild a local hospital to Sanders said he feels for the people of Louisiana who are coping with their second major hurricane of the season. National faith in Blue Weekend underway in South Florida with solidarity rides around more than a handful of law enforcement agencies, including Miami Dade, Miami, Palmetto Bay Police departments and Florida Highway Patrol is greater than very timely in today's climate collaboration between a faith community and law enforcement. Miami Dade police director Freddy Ramirez the heat are in a must win situation in Game five. Tonight. Miami Down 31 to the Lakers and the N BA Finals in Orlando 1 100 to 2. 96 in Wednesday's Game four and is one win away from its 17th NBA title. If necessary, Game six would be Sunday. The Marlins bats silent again and their season is over. Miami shut out for the second straight day in a seven Nothing lost to the Braves. The Rays failed to close out the Yankees losing 5 to 1 in Game four of the American League Division Series in San Diego. Siri's tied with the winner take all Game five tonight with Florida's news. I'm showing Conrad This holiday season. More people will shop online than ever before. So if you're an e.
"l. corridor" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Got extra 13 60 Fox Sports San Diego We have your real time Traffic every 10 minutes on the tens hears And we have a pretty good drive coming out of the South. Bei. Sorry. Good drive on that pound. Five, The 805 from your always sunny San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic center. Let a bit of a slowdown here getting over the Coronado Bridge off the I five there. There was a car that was sold out of the right lane. That's about all we've had this morning. It just stalls no major incidents on our freeways. Good drive on that 78 corridor between Ocean side and Escondido and coming in from Oceanside down the sump outside of the I five. No troubles at all fact Great drive coming in from immaculate on the 15 corridor. We are seeing some increased volume on both the 15 coming in for the north and the five as well, about 20% over a normal morning commute. That's gotta be just people coming in for a nice holiday weekend in San Diego. Welcome everybody. I'm Kevin Dean. Coco's next real time Traffic update is just 10 minutes away. Right now. It is 65 degrees downtown San Diego Cone. Years Times, 7 51 It's time for news about your money with Sully and Sully. What is the word on short term vacation rentals these days? Ah, this along running and very heated debate that we talked about it first to get to the job's still fast because it's a pretty big news story this morning. Jobless claims continue. To be slow, But we added 4.8 million jobs. We're expecting three million s. So this is really good for the stock market today, things about a percentage point that represents about 200 points on the Dow, which was up 3 50 earlier. So we're 25. 94 right now. 10,000 to 58th. E s and P at 31 40 looking really good, but back, too. The short term vacation rentals. Santa has a new proposal. That's marinating. Jeffrey hear the one about Raining in sending a short term vacation rentals the well, It's been a conversation. They've had a lot, but so far just conversation. Yeah, there's a new memorandum understanding between Expedia, who happens to own V R B O Oh, and also unite here, which is a local hospitality union. That's attempting to create some sort of framework to regulate vacation rentals, which could potentially cut the number of single family home vacation rentals down by 70 that 70%. Because a key piece of the agreement calls for capping the short term rentals at 0.7% of the entire city's housing stock, and that's about 3750 permits total The big argument here is that for about five years, and you settled on a vacation rentals have pitted the ability for property owners don't drink their homes against residents who sometimes have seen their neighborhoods disrupted by tourists. So it's no surprise that Airbnb with tones 60% of the market here in Sandy, who has opposed past regulatory efforts, so whichever way you look at it, here's why I think we need to find a solution. Short term rentals contribute $32 million annually to the city's general fund. Through local taxes that was runs the city. So this is going to want to take a look at. I know that there's property owners. They're pushing hard against it. But there's also neighborhoods. I don't want to see people come rent one place. We know one house in their neighborhood and have raging parties for a week at a time, have 30 cars parked on the street and then just leave. So it's it's a valid argument. There's we'll see how that turns out. Coming up at 8 20 The IRS is saying no more postponing. I'll tell you what that all means to us and our taxes coming up Just a second. All right. Thankyou. So time now for extra 13 60 Fox Sports San Diego would Justin Richards. We'll begin this morning with football. The NFL is shorten his 2020 pre season 22 games, part of a larger Ackerman ization plan for players after an unprecedented Virtual offseason program during the pandemic to baseball. New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman and Cubs GM Jed Hoyer both said that under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, teams are not allowed to divulge the name of any player who test positive with grown a virus. And finally, one note from the MBA. Lakers coach Frank Vogel says the team will not seek a replacement player for Dwight Howard for the Orlando restart and, according to vote with the team will not ask the replacement player that it did Add J. R. Smith to play like the player he replaced. And Avery Bradley I. Jensen, Richard Selection, 13 60 Fox Sports San Diego Kagome Dears. Time. 7 55 the East Village, launching its own version of extended patio dining starting next week. The East Village Association says it will close J Street from 7 to 10 next week. So restaurants have Mohr space outside. Diane Straw is with the East Village Association and tells reporting partner 10 news is a great program that is unique and hopefully can provide a pathway Tio success because You know the Chester. This isn't going away anytime soon. So.
"l. corridor" Discussed on KOMO
"Corridor at least through the Carolinas the Delmarva peninsula up through New York City let's get the latest on that system from accu weather dot com meteorologist Dan Pat now ski parts of the northeast today we'll see temperatures on the order of fifteen to twenty degrees below normal for this time of year in the higher terrain of southern New York central and western Pennsylvania throughout that some trouble actions of West Virginia and western Maryland highs will not be getting out of the forties today which is generally fifteen to twenty degrees below normal for this time of year as a matter of fact above two thousand feet in the mountains will be some rain showers around today but there could also be a some periods of light snow farther south across much of Virginia the Carolinas Georgia and Florida will be a smattering of showers and thunderstorms but temperatures will be much warmer in the sixties in Virginia and then seventies and eighties when you head into the southeast along the Gulf coast an old frontal boundary draped from east to west from north Florida through Louisiana in Deep South Texas could produce a shower or thunderstorm today maybe around Houston and New Orleans as you move farther north generally dry across a lot of the Midwest Detroit Indianapolis Chicago looking dry today but farther west a storm system moving through parts of Iowa could bring a few showers to southwestern Wisconsin southern Minnesota most of Iowa and perhaps northern Missouri as well they'll be another potent storm system moving into the Pacific Northwest today so there could be some rain showers in Seattle and Portland that's the nation's whether I'm accu weather dot com meteorologist Dan pada now ski Airbnb says it's laying off twenty five percent of its work force as it confronts a steep decline in global travel two thousand workers affected U. S. employees will continue to receive health care for a year twenty three before with the our Star Wars news and YouTube rock coming up on the Hollywood minute first this is America in the morning at twenty three till I'm John trout the White House plans to wind down its coronavirus task force in the coming weeks as experts raise their projections for deaths caused by the pandemic Karen K. for has more from Washington president trump visiting a Honeywell facility.
"l. corridor" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Now absolutely hell there. That's for sure We have take stock every day. Sit through the to like just being home. I think that's one of the upsides to all this. I mean you talked about having more money. Kevin and not going to dance class for dinner a lot. I definitely have cut down on how frequently I'm eating out. I mean obviously restaurants are closed. Here I have got. I've gotten takeout like twice since we started every other meal. I've made it home and It's been awesome to be at home all day. And like you know at least time I can break out. Crackpot stuff something that Embrace something on the stove top all day long like I made a Turkey Ragu the other night. United protects hours the bone that defies in the legs and turned out awesome. But that's the kind of thing when I'm at the office that I I can't do that except for on the weekends. And so it's been really fun to be able to put together these meals. That require half the data cook but they don't. It's not like you're preparing them. The whole time is that right. You trigger right. Do you have a trigger? I don't I don't man I'm GonNa give you the advertisement for the trigger. This this this advertisement is not paid for Trager is like kind of the coolest thing because you can control it to your phone APP so literally. I can stick something on and put it at a relatively low temperature. Smoking in monitor temperature inside. I'm go to town if I wanted to go the liquor stores and be like. Oh almost let me toss up. I'm getting a little hungry. Yeah I love it. A buddy of mine just bought a pellet. Yeah that's definitely a buddy of mine. Just pellet grill the other day. I was He was telling me about it. Now's I was. I was definitely chewing on the idea by one cabin cooking so easy for me because I'm a just throw something on it three or four o'clock even when I'm not even hungry and and do something else and then just kick the temperature. When I get a little hungry you know it might be an hour. Might be on two hours. I don't really care so it's Kinda of it's kind of like okay. I'M HUNGRY KICK. It up and finish. Who doesn't like smoked meat so exactly well anything else. You'd have That you know I mean it's been a pleasure. You really kind of enlightened us to a lot of the good stuff that's going on. Trc Peas doing. Yeah I mean I just think it's great to on and have the opportunity to talk to you guys on your podcast and always appreciate seek outside of the company immediately. Make a product. You're a good partner. Together is on the right side at Conservation Issues. So it's good to hear your voices and did you hear that business doing well and look forward to a time a we can get together and have a beer and do some stance the days go up to three in the morning. Do Big Stan. Yeah that'd be fun last decade Callahan's a bad influence. I only started right So Joe just for listen to where where can they find out about? Tears P Bald through their name in the hat kind of thing. Keep keep track of these issues. In all seth. Yeah thanks Dennis so I mean first off you can go to our website. The DOT Org. I'm you can sign up with us for free. We certainly appreciate Financial support. But you don't have to the NAPA. Though some gear you know in terms of being able to stay plugged in what's going on nationally on the big issues that going to affect hunters and anglers as well as a lot of local issues are tied to things like public land management We're a great resource that we really try and Keep our our members informed? Noor also really active on social media platform so you can check us out at facebook. Instagram twitter all those channels there. But we really. I think serving knit of of really trying to make sure that the sporting public is aware of what sort of big policy decisions are coming and could come that that effect vishnoi the traditions of hunting and fishing and also help people get involved to make a difference. Awesome and we'll link all those things to In the show for everybody says they can find them easily. And I really appreciate you taking the time. Nice Nice thank you thank you care to.
"l. corridor" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"You know through through fees from Robert Son and through hunting fishing licenses and at the REC crowd isn't really that involved. Then you have like outdoor industry association saying well we. We don't need tax because we make our stuff overseas because we make stuff overseas. It's tariffs when it comes in. Government can do whatever they want with it And then there's some people I've talked to That seemed to be more like well. I don't really want the crowd at the table with me because they want something different And then some people think well we all got to be together right. I mean together or separate were too small of niches to really make that much impact. What are your thoughts on that? That's a lot Kevin. I know I I mean you're you're right. The hunting and fishing community pays into conservation in a way that most other don't we have Pittman Robertson on the hunting side and single Johnson on the fishing side which are excise tax taxes that You purchase of year or things like rifles and shotguns. There's there's taxes that are applied to those purchases that fun a look good work in across the nation when it comes to fish and wildlife conservation. tears. Ep has a really good relationship though with the Other forms of outdoor recreation in that community. They're actually you know from what we've found to be very Solutions focused very smart. We work a lot with the outdoor recreation round table which is more than just the Human powered racks also include the motorized folks And we work with the outdoor injuries industry association. But you know there. I think really important players Work with some of Human organizations that are made up of the outdoor alliance on some issues. But I I feel like there's a lotta lap in in conservation in some of creation Provisions dealing with things like permitting on on public lands And make those assesses Like there's a lot of synergy with those groups. Yeah we're not on the same page on everything But but they're an important player. I think they're Influences is rising and I think it's important that we work with them but we have a really good relationship with them and we value that you have Some of those people that kind of sit on the board is that right My my former. Ceo Ra. I think Jerry Jerry. Stravinsky's in there that outdoor REC World Steph. So yeah seems like you have that influence right at home. We do we do. We have a good relationship with them and we. I think that they appreciate our pragmatic approach to solving problems. We try to roll up our slaves. A lot of problems are complex. I think the public likes to talk about things being black and white especially on social media there's a villain and hero and I think for some issues that works great like Public Land. Transfer right trying to sell off public lands. It's easy to draw a line in the sand on that issue I like clean to draw a line in the sand on that issue. But you know with some of these issues Like beal planning and oil and gas development on bail or even renewables development for that matter like those are complex issues and them. Right you've got to be willing to work your slaves in and work with people to find compromises that that do the right thing for la But but also you know try and minimize conflict with other users as we can and that and that's something that we really try to do in relation is really trying and be Solutions focused and trying to get to yes with people and I think that the outdoor recreation crowd appreciates that about us because especially in today's world where you know there's so many haters. I guess on on social media. We try had focused on the outcome and try not to get caught up in that and as a result were pretty success because people gravitate towards us because they want that and I think that's something that does really well awesome So if we can kind of segue into from that map land act in those those people into kind of this migration corridor dit Was watching some stuff too smart on the New Mexico migration corridors? There's obviously a lot of stuff coming out in Wyoming. Their migration corridors Is that is that something maybe Kind of the stimulus package where we're going to start building some road and doing some stuff that we could get some of those migration quarters in there. Yeah so a lot of that. Migration worked in You know they be awhile ago. Begin this really has to do with modern technologies tied the GPS units where they've affixed these callers to the big game like deer Nelken. They're able to tell within ten feet where they are in the landscape and so they're able to track movements with a level precision. That just wasn't possible back in the days of radio. Telemetry and as a result. They've started mapping out these big a migration calls where he's like Wyoming they found places where meal dearer a traveling one hundred and fifty miles from their summer range to their winter range and be as unions build obstructions to those movements whether it be an eight foot tall or a highway or a development right on top of those we could actually block those movements which could then reduce dig game abundance escape have a detrimental effect on hunting opportunity. I mean also. It's just a bummer too. You know fewer jere animals on the landscape and so the state of Wyoming really pioneered a lot of And a lot of excitement came from it and then two thousand eighteen the Department of the Interior under former Secretary Ryan Zinke secretarial order. Three three six two which directed the Department of the Interior to prioritize big game migration on lands overseen by the agency which includes Blm and as a result of that there became some resources available Some grants were given out that went to the two most of the western states. I believe all the League actually all eleven western states to call her wildlife but also to start doing projects in these migration corridors to help enhance fish and wildlife habitat. But it's really a set off a chain reaction where all the sudden all these states Outside Wyoming have really geared up To Map these corridors and to Take steps to conserve them. And so you're seeing places like Colorado and New Mexico and Nevada Utah and Montana in Idaho. You know putting callers on whole bunch of herds adair now comprising horn They're tracking their movements are looking at what day can be doing to help. Maintain these corridors but also potentially enhance them in places where they found that they've done things wrong in the past like I know in Wyoming. They'd they realized that they'd put up eight foot tall fences to. I think it was to protect some field like L. Winter and they didn't want him in there eating there. Hey and but it weld. Life can't get through eight eight foot tall fence and so inadvertently create obstructions for those critters and it's not that you know the places to do that there are places where we do need to be even l. out of his ex clear but you could move that rate sort of out of the path of that corridor in a way that still accomplishes the same goal but also made sure that those continue to move through there and so that's an example of display. Things were figuring out but one of things that we're working on right now. Is that all the scientists brand new and you'd get the like. I said manage in two hundred and forty five million acres in the West You've got the Forest Service. Holding one hundred ninety three million acres and for the most part in those agencies managing plans which was that direct. How those lines are going to be managed. They do not even acknowledged that migration corridors even exist and so when they're considering a development proposal whether it'd be for oil and gas or for a new road or even for a habitat improvement project or a fencing project like they're not even thinking about this. Oh we're really working to make sure that that they're management plans are updated to You know to consider and manage for the scientists coming of dates And that the actions they