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"lafayette journal" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Left. Like that kid was open. Like i'm over there with the With a stank face like whoa like you know what this is. This is a different level. It's a different level. And you know for her to have the height that she does and the humbleness to like. This is a kid you know people are coming in to the gym and just to get a picture with her and stuff like that. I mean she has that lebolo Exposure want people know who she is. But it's not just because of the the mix tapes with music is because she can flat out play like flat out play. But you know. I know that You know for her to be in office and have her dick that picture with for him. I'm taking this fishers. Get my follow herself like but that's just who pages. She's she's a a funny kid. And you know i think she's gonna do great Running the team for gina with her size like her ability to score on a dime like pull from a foot behind the line. She's looking like she's set up something and then it's just pulling a three and it goes straight down ending touch the net and i'm like wait. What like that level score and you know and if someone sues futuristic basketball score you know no doubt no doubt and you just never know what she's going to do but you know it's gonna be good whatever the result is you know it's going to be a good thing for the team that she's playing Is getting interesting to how they look though you know. They're going to look young too and gre always says his downplays everything With the same but now they're going to be tough as hunt at two. Don't have a senior on this roster also and he mentioned that to he mentioned that to He had i guess they had the big east media day out listening to that. We don't have seniors. And i'm like jeeze he. He's tough for everybody else. Yeah i'm really excited to the olympia. Nelson i mean. She's she was so good last year. it's like she she's obviously six five gonna jump off the street when you're watching her but she's so skilled than she got just got better season more onto so yom i'm at the whole teams gonna be great and guess what december fourth not too far from. Now they get louisville circle that date folks because listen. That is going to be a great game louisville. Home i gotta. That's going to be tough. That's gonna be a fun one to watch with some. Hana a big box popcorn. Gabe and some cranberry juice and a line. No ice and not. I'm excited for one. We may we may have to do an emergency potter. And after that game emergency pied. I'm down to see mark or we could do one or you could just wait until february eighth when they play south carolina. Sheriff's gamble man. That's what i'm not gonna be able to sleep the night before that one. I'll tell you that of the top i do. I do love that. Connecticut get us the big the big match ups. You know it's like we're not. We're not messing around. We're going to a grant we're gonna play the big the big teams and they'll have nothing nice big east games too. I'm excited to see what the rest of the biggies has for them. Yeah that's that's Any other team here that we really wanna get into obviously stanford who voted for stanford actually. It's mike carman who. I don't really know where he works. I'm looking at He works. I works for the lafayette journal. Courrier so he's he's a purdue beat writer k he he gave dawn staley some very nice bulletin board material by voting stanford number one. I was gonna say man. Is somebody talk to him out now. I saw i saw why not at thirty. I was like well. It wasn't me. Hey i put my hands in the air on that like a listen do that though. How do you do that off. Have he hasn't been number two in fairness the rest of the. Sec is looking at like really bro. Really gonna do give us that situation. That xactly thanks. Just leave them alone. Yeah seeing I'm really sorry for louisville to just brought them up with you dave evans. It'd be great player again player of the year last year. I'm really really excited for. Nc state and you know it's gonna be a crazy season it's just going to be. It's gonna be wild. It's gonna be weird I think in the end. We're all gonna we're gonna have some fun. Hopefully you know. Life is a little bit more under control as we go forward. Yeah i hope so. I hope it calms down a little bit and we can Cd's phenomenal teams. Play this season in a safe way. Worse yes yes you know. We'll be here for all. I mean christie. You'll you'll be doing. You'll be doing a lot more than i will be right. I think so. Yeah as we stand today which. I have to preface everything i say lately with that you know the big ten is is getting ready to get going at the end of the month The a lot of the awards are coming out today and still throughout the evening here and the media day at the end of this week. So i think that's gonna be fun to talk to the coaches again but ever going to look a lot different. I don't know what the situation's going to be a. I don't think we're going to be on site as broadcasters. It's just the way of the world at the moment. So i just i just wanna see everything. Go forward in a safe manner. Everybody stay healthy but Yeah hopefully a big ten network you know. That's that'll be where you can find me anyway Throughout the throughout the season and hopefully it's It goes without any issues or definitely shins. Or you know the things that are happening a little bit now with college. Football whatnot snow. We hope we we're prefacing everything by hopefully it safe. It's not safe. We love basketball. Bullets stop we. Can we can take some time off. So but we we. We believe in. I personally believe in the these coaches in these programs to keep it safe and we got a ton of content on her hoop stats right now for college for the college season We just dropped our becky hammon award watchlist for the mid major player of the year. I'm i'm be writing about william and mary because that's my that's where i went to law school and i was really interested. You know they had a really great season lascaux common outlier in their schools history. And now they're coming in and.
"lafayette journal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Exactly. Exactly. You're not crazy. You're not crazy. You see exactly what is to be seen. Good for you. Well done well put together. Joe Biden went to Kenosha yesterday. Didn't go well for him. Only unnecessarily went bad for him. I don't think there was anything that really will pick up in the psyche. People will go. My goodness. I mean, don't get me wrong. He had some Absolutely perfect world class Joe Biden. Kind of moments. There's not a single solitary reason in the world. Why Why? As I said, we shouldn't be in a position. Everybody. That's my wife till Julie. I'm Jill's husband. Actually, he's in the middle of a thought isn't look, Jill. Look putting Cup. What? What if I do not know how bad that looks Swirl? It's like you got reminded where it was looking. Somebody know I'm safe. I'm safe. It's you know it. You've seen people do this. Don't lie. Don't lie. It's not a good look. I mean, you're so hot. Don't ruin it with a lie. I mean that kind of stuff. Is super duper awkward. And continues to be part of the problem. I think the weirdest thing he did. Was he made a phone call. He didn't just meet with Jacob Lakes family. The guy who was shot by police because he was wrestling Police has been reported multiple places, including by the attorney general. He had the knife Bonham or the knife was in the car. Pinochle police and the reports seem to be a little different there. I think he had the night bottom as you'll get more video stuff as you take a listen to the Kenosha police there. He was certainly where he wasn't supposed to be. And He had a warrant, according to the criminal complaint for sexual abuse. And Joe Biden called him talked to him on the phone. I don't know how the me to movement acts in all this or thinks of all this, but I would assume act goes against their tenants. That could come back to bite him. Then this happened, Clay Travis. Outkicked. Talking about the big 10 playing football. And he goes directly At Indiana as a place that should be voting because right now they have another vote to see if they can get the big 10 to do some playing. Listen. There's no reason whatsoever. Why I you and why do should be opposed to college football happening in the state of Indiana Win win. It's a Republican governor, a former Republican governor is the head of Purdue and Notre Dame is going to be playing Notre Dame is going to be playing this fall. In the same state with fans. President So let me help play out a little bit, but I've never met him. Quite Tony Katz. How you doing? Number one. You've never been to Bloomington. So that explains why you were done. I think that the Purdue conversation is an interesting one. And Mitch Daniels has addressed the subject. Mike Carmen, writing in the Lafayette Journal and Courier. With the story that it's too uncertain to proceed in good conscience. This is the take from Mitch Daniels. People understand that when Mitch Daniel speaks that he's actually coming from a place where he thought about the thing His statement is as an active supporter do athletics and one of our team's biggest fans. No one is more disappointed than I am that the pandemic has brought us to this point. The Big Ten's decision was a collective one after the commissioner and several presidents received very strong advice from team doctors and other medical experts that the unique health risks to athletes, especially in collision sports, as well as the risk for coaches and support staff. We're too uncertain to proceed in good conscience. As you've seen 28 34 Division one conferences, although not yet three of the so called power five. We're coming to the same discouraging conclusion and to state the obvious. This had to be a collective action. It would have been impossible for due to play when many others were determined not to That's part of a statement. Mitch is a guy who thinks before he speaks. It's possible he could change his mind and see that things are shifting. Like, OK, we can work with something here. I would say to play. You got to go to Bloomington to understand I you And you have to understand that as a whole when we talk about a Republican governor You asked Republicans in the state Maybe they'll tell you why. That doesn't mean what it may have used to mean. Happy to discuss it further. We got mad para traffic..
"lafayette journal" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders
"When you look at the time line of this case there are multiple blips on that time. Line of really significant events in February sixteenth. Eighteenth at dusk the search of this home outside of town which we just heard Kim Riley talking about I'm trying to imagine Agean Delphi resident and hear that there is a swarm of law enforcement on how you must think that this is it. We're GONNA get this solved. This is the end of it and that's not what happened. They were there for several hours. We saw boxes coming out. The media had gathered. I mean it was a big spectacle spectacle on the edge town. You know this is two days after the murders and I'm sure there had to be some feeling amongst the folks in town because as we've mentioned this is a small town so law enforcement activity of that scale on a house outside of town within in our everyone in town knows that this is happening there has to be a feeling of optimism. And hope that there's going to be some new information new answers searchers. The most optimistic being. We're going to wrap this thing up and figure it out right. That's what it looks like. This is the first big police response. We're seeing other than them out at the scene and I'm sure a lot of people did feel that way but that's not what happened. And instead the prosecutor Robert Ives takes to facebook page that night and this is what he wrote according to the Lafayette Journal and Courier and he wrote. Please do not harass bother or accuse anyone. There are no charges pending against anyone as a result of the pending investigation. No one at the home search is suspected of committing any crime. MM please please leave these people alone and let the police work. And at the time that the newspaper quoted that facebook post they said it had already been shared like six hundred time. So you have this huge response. But then you have this message from the officials that Nothing came of that Tom but it still leaves a question. Because we heard Kim Riley say a just a moment ago he said we had probable cause also go into the house and do a search on it in order to get a search warrant. You have to have probable cause so with Bravo. 'cause we don't know so who knows about probable cause us attorney right so we have one bread Semedo Vich. If the last name sounds familiar it is also the last name of our producer. Dan Summits Ovacik the brothers. Brad thanks for joining us. He's been on the phone many days many a times for us as we've kind of picked his legal brain. How are you today man? I'm doing well. How are you guys doing doing? Well doing well. Thanks for joining us. We call Brett all the time when we have questions just the first time. We're doing it with my correct. 'cause we've talked a lot about the legal side of this case you know. Obviously there's a lot of kind of criminal investigation stuff but you know at some point. We're GONNA hit some sort of legal phase so we've talked about a lot about this but Brett. I'm curious can you Kinda give us. Some understanding of what a search warrant entails what is probable. Cause give it to us in Layman's terms for the people that don't deal with US everyday. Sure it won't Layman's terms. Probably caused means that the police have a a reasonable belief that there is evidence of a crime in a place to be searched That's boiling away down of course but ultimately to get a search warrant As a former prosecutor I can tell you this my from my own experiences. What would happen? Is that a police officer or detective would come into our office. They would have an affidavit That would be a sworn statement in support of not only their experience but also why they believe that this property needs to be searched. And what they're looking for and if it meant that probable cause standard that there is a good faith basis to believe that there's evidence that the crime on this property or place to be searched. Then that would go to the judge. The judge reviewed for accuracy sufficiency. And if there is enough probable cause the judge would sign off on that search worn. Then it's off to the races for the police specific. Do they need to be in that statement. Do they need to say we're looking for a gun or we're looking for bloody clothes. Do they need to be that specific they should be. CBS specific as they possibly can because a search warrant needs to be limited in scope. And by that I mean you can't say I'm GONNA the entire state of Indiana right. You have to say I'm searching this house this property for this reason. And here's what I'm looking for. But more importantly why am I looking for there. You can't just say I picked this Random House I wanNA search. It has to be supported by competent evidence. And by that I mean this the police have to say well we have a tip from someone. We saw a bloody pretty shoes from across the way. And there it is we want to go in and get it right. There has to be more than just a wild goose chase. It has to be supported by competent evidence. And if you you don't have that you're not going to have probable cause to grant that search and what is your experience with how high this bar is for judges when they're looking at these. The statements is at a really high bar. They have to prove that they have reason to believe. This evidence exists there or is it a low bar because this this is just a search warrant. Well it's a high burden that's placed on the judges and on the on the police. I should say and it should be because you're trying to have the police enter your private property to search for something. There's a relatively high burden that being said there's no defendant. That's arguing against why the police should not be able to go in there. The person who's the subject of the search doesn't have the ability to contest a search warrant at the outset so it's a one sided game in that regards but you still have to have enough to reach that that probably 'cause Threshold so Brent. You're saying that there's there's generally a high bar that has to be cleared in terms of probable cause there has to be a narrow scope of what you're looking for this search specifically on this property two days after these girls are murdered. Is it unusual to you that asserts. There's like this ended with nothing this soon after the crime yes generally speaking of course in my experience. If you're getting a search warrant that is really close to the crime then usually or should be supported by competent evidence. There's a reason that you're looking so quickly and you feel like it's necessary to get a search warrant within a couple of days for that property information in theory of crime is still fresh right all. That's happening really quickly. If you're getting a search warrant maybe a couple of years after crime occurred and you're trying to go back and piece things together. Well No. It's a little bit more common. The ERA GONNA strike out for lack of better term but when it's so close in time to the crime I yes I think it is surprising and usually usually pretty rare that you're just gonNA come up at the end. That's interesting real interesting bread cemetery. Thanks for joining US man. We really really appreciate it. Thank you for having me Sabar. I know that Robert is the prosecutor in Delphi. In Carroll County at the time said as you mentioned known at the home searched the suspected of committing any crime. That doesn't mean that law enforcement can't then revisit later right. But it's been three years. We've had a recent conversations with Kim Riley from the Indiana state police and he says bet search is not as significant to the investigation now as it seemed that night to them and that they went to that property they thought there could be somebody at that property. who was was the suspect and apparently the investigation revealed that wasn't the case and he also told us it's not as important of an asset set as it was that night so the property in that search warrant it would appear as it stands now? They've moved on but for the people of Delphi for property to be searched and combed over and picked through with the vigor that this police force was using using had to been some optimism. Thinking that they're going to be making an arrest but this is also part of what they're doing is they're are also trying to figure out where their attention is not needed. They're looking at people out there looking at evidence they're looking at all the different things that are coming their way and figuring out what matters letters to this investigation and what doesn't and it certainly looks like right now. That search is not a big part of this investigation and it should also be mentioned. You know we tried to get the paperwork related to that search warrant but as the ISP or any law enforcement agency will do in an ongoing going investigation that is their their justification for denying the request documents so we did did do our due diligence but unfortunately they were not stories and also because ruling out in a Lotta ways is just as important as ruling it in our next chapter. I have trouble saying those words. It's I eighty here. It would. He really remembers but that very very first time that that recording was played couldn't really understand what he was saying. It was all like computerized computerised sounding and then they were able to clean it up and suddenly it was D. T. H.. And it was like is he saying like why and I remember thinking. It doesn't even sound like urgent. He's not yelling he. He's so calm down. The Hill is written and produced by Dan San Mateo Vich Andrew Ayden and me Barbara McDonald old with original music and scoring by shoe. Sir Michael Dudley and Calen- chassis are associate producers. If you WANNA see the people places and things were talking about visit our website down the hill. PODCAST DOT COM Sherry. Selby's is H. L. N.. Senior production manager manager. Brian Bell is H. L. N.. Senior director of programming and Tyler Moody is the vice president of the Warner media. PODCAST network a special thanks to the people of Delphi and the members of law enforcement who are in charge of solving this crime and most important of all a big thank you to you. Of Of course we appreciate your listening..
"lafayette journal" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"A sector states race it's really important to make sure we've got a representative that works as a statewide who can hear urban and rural folks and that's a big concern that I was here for folks Republican state senator cliff bands has announced he will be running for Walden St former candidate for governor in New York and former state senator Jason Adkins and are considering runs house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the impeachment case against president trump could extend beyond Ukraine pelo C. telling Bloomberg that obstruction of justice in the Russia investigation could become an article of impeachment he said it'll be up to the three committees that are leading the house impeachment investigation democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has released her Medicare for all health plans during the debate senator Elizabeth Warren promise I will not sign a bill into law does not lower costs for middle class families you know social do that by having a six cent wealth tax on every dollar over a billion someone has your early capital gains taxes and taking your company's contributions to private health insurance and stead sending it to the government plan Andy field ABC news Washington the World Series winning Washington nationals are heading to the White House the White House announced that the Washington nationals will pay a visit here on Monday a quick turn around after the team won the World Series on Wednesday the national beat the Houston Astros in game seven to claim their first World Series title president from went to game find here on Sunday some in the crowd booed and chanted lock him up the heavily democratic city voted overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen there has been significant controversy over other championship sports teams coming or not coming to the trump White House so far no politics involved in the nationals visit Karen Travers ABC news the White House sectors Lori Loughlin plans to plead not guilty to a charge link to the college admissions cheating scam ABC's Erin to Turkey has more Lori Loughlin and husband Mossimo Julie asked a federal judge to accept not guilty pleas to the new bribery charges prosecutors in Boston filed against them last month they've also asked the judge to allow them to skip in in person arraignment the bribery charges allege the couple along with other parents charged in the scheme defrauded U. S. C. when they paid to get their children in as athletic recruits a woman in Indiana was found dead inside of a home with more than a hundred snakes Benton county Indiana sheriff don months in lives next door to another home he owns in Oxford he uses that second home to house about a hundred forty snakes authorities say lore Hearst owns some of the snakes in that home and Wednesday sheriff Monson says he found Hearst dead inside the home with a python wrapped around her neck the thirty six year old hers had apparently been strangled by the snake must until the Lafayette journal and curry or the death was a tragic.
"lafayette journal" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Bridge got a latest accident on Belmont Avenue and west north bend road that's a look at traffic I'm rob Williams have a safe and fun Halloween a news radio seven hundred WLW now ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. topic tonight mainly cloudy as sprinkles possible and windy gust to forty a low of twenty nine tomorrow sunny Ohio forty eight at night clear cold and down to thirty one from your severe weather station on nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. radars clear in the immediate Cincinnati area though there is a little bit of rain near Washington courthouse some snow showers showing up on radar in the Dayton and Springfield areas we have thirty four degrees right now in Cincinnati no woman near Lafayette Indiana found dead in a home with more than one hundred snake in county Indiana sheriff don months in lives next door to another home he owns in Oxford he uses that second home to house about a hundred forty snakes authorities say lore Hearst owns some of the snakes in that home and Wednesday sheriff Monson says he found Hearst dead inside the home with a python wrapped around her neck the thirty six year old hers had apparently been strangled by the snake must until the Lafayette journal and curry or the death was a tragic accident and he was being fully cooperative with everybody amid an investigation Brian Clark ABC news problems reported with some General Motors vehicles the brakes could kick in when they're not supposed to because of a faulty sensor company is recalling nearly six hundred and forty thousand SUVs and pickups including the Chevy suburban and TA whole from model years twenty fifteen to twenty twenty GM has not received any reports of accidents as a result of the faulty sensor on Wall Street the Dow closed down one hundred and forty points nasdaq off twelve in the S. and P. five hundred was down nine next updates coming up at seven Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW seven hundred WLW dot com on your phone with the I heart radio and on hundreds of devices like Alexa Google home Xbox and Sony and I heart radio station one I go hiking this weekend can we catch yeah moving is better when it's done together if pain is preventing you from staying active with the people you love.
"lafayette journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The snakes in that home and Wednesday sheriff Monson says he found Hearst dead inside the home with a python wrapped around her neck the thirty six year old hers had apparently been strangled by the snake muzzin told the Lafayette journal and curry or the death was a tragic accident and he was being fully cooperative with everybody amid an investigation Brian Clark ABC news the house voted today to lay out ground rules for the impeachment inquiry as it enters its public face the votes cast largely fell along party lines and after the tally house judiciary chair Jerry Nadler told reporters it's the duty of investigators to demonstrate that actions taken in a front to the constitution cannot go unchallenged it is the duty of the house to vindicate the constitution and to make it crystal clear to future presidents that this kind of conduct if proven is an affront to the great public that place their trust in him or her Republicans are bashing the inquiry including Georgia representative Doug Collins who says this inquiry is unprecedented in a number of ways you're looking for an answer you've already determined in the impeachment committee should be the Judiciary Committee if you want to do this Friday the madam speaker do it right Kentucky's congressional delegation voted along party lines on the house impeachment resolution third district emigrate John Yarmouth voted in favor the state's five Republicans voted against it the CDC released new numbers of cases linked to vaping related lung injury showing a climb in cases reported that as investigations continue into what products used in E. cigarettes might be to blame the CDC confirming two hundred and four newly reported cases involving patients with long injuries in forty nine states that brings the total to one thousand eight hundred and eighty eight confirmed and probable cases of lung injury related to vaping products the CDC also confirming thirty seven deaths in twenty four states and Washington DC the CDC along with FDA investigators say so far there is no specific E. cigarette related product that is to blame and federal health officials have warned consumers to stop vaping in using off market flavors and oils like T. H. C. Michelle Franzen ABC news Chicago public school students will be returning to their classrooms tomorrow after the end of a teacher strike Chicago mayor Laurie Lightfoot announce the city had worked out a deal with the Chicago teachers union to end the strike the costumes eleven days of classes the world's fastest horses will compete for millions of dollars this weekend at the breeders Cup championships are Friday and Saturday at Santa Anita in California Paul miles has a preview Omaha beach was the early favorite in the Kentucky Derby until a throat issue forced a scratch from the race and a five month layoff now trainer Richard Mandella will send his cold to the starting gate in the one billion dollar breeders Cup dirt mile in this business you learn.
"lafayette journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Heart radio app after serving eighteen years over nearly forty five year prison sentence let's start there in jail for forty five years I guess at some time not enough knocked off for good behavior after serving eighteen of the forty five for stabbing her boyfriend to death in two thousand and one this Indian woman has been freed she was convicted of murder in two thousand one the last may that conviction was vacated subsequently she pleaded guilty to manslaughter on Monday I don't know how legally this works out you know she was found guilty something that was vacated that she believes guilty to manslaughter I guess she got off for time served in but was freed the next day the Lafayette journal and courier reports that she made her name is honesty is yes she did forty four year two ninety nine day sentence was reduced of because of both her good behavior behind bars and other time cut credit she'd received she will be on probation for get this for only two years well you know I know a bunch of people who've been on probation far longer didn't kill anybody wow but according to these reports Schmid stab her boyfriend Tony thirty nine times back on March fourth two thousand one as he was blindfolded and restrained as part of a consensual sex game no that's not no not consent to being stabbed thirty nine times I don't think he consented to being stabbed three times one okay can I be honest with you yeah okay okay to undo Mister o'kelly romance ma'am okay I understand we all like to get freaky Dickey okay I understand the titillation factor of a blindfold don't ask me for specific specifics just just take me at my work I understand there's a lot of trust in these moments sometimes you have safe words you gonna tie someone up good tight real talk or whatever and you have control of that person it's a possibility that you may go too far if you're the person who's not tied up there's usually a safe word there my safe word if I were tied up not saying that I would be just hypothetically could be Olly Olly oxen free and the person I know with it would only be my wife because that's the only person I've ever been with in my life I was the Ali Ali oxen free and she would know to ease the hell up this seems like a situation where the safe word was not respected and she probably would have been the first time and he L. I. yali oxen free issue which is that thirty nine this was just a minute stop step you know we know we don't look weak you can't use that because some people believe that that doesn't mean what it means that you're playing a role that you're still within the role playing they were playing a sex game and he was tied up and blindfolded and is probably saying no no it she started stabbing he's a he's a knoll knoll he cursed hi many how she's out and she's looking for new boyfriend we're gonna come back and get the story because I just want to do it a bear broke into a Colorado couples home they fought it off with a baseball bat and their bare fists and I'm calling bull **** a Colorado couple for a bear with your bare fists stop right there that's bull **** you're not fighting a bear you're not not pulling up on a bear your I'm not trying to diss beginning with the bear is a cab no this is a mama bear protecting your Cup and not only that these are two people there in the seventies and sixties they're not boxing a black bear a seventy one year old male added to the mother bear when investigating strange noises he heard while watching TV with his wife I assume a wife to somewhere around seventy years old as well his name is John Johnson he found the source of the noise the bear and her cub we're eating bread in the kitchen Welsh quotes it was growling I was growling the seventy one year old man was trying to out growl of bear well between the two of us we were having a lot of attitude this is bad then as the story goes the bear attacks described in the fight as a boxing match oxen wildlife said Johnson suffered cuts to his face chest and both arms I've been asked in a scrapper to in my life you can't box bear you can't stick you move you can't jab you can't write hokey right cross you can't do any of that with a bear you can't that is true number one if you see a bear and a Cup in your kitchen house first thing if the bears should attack before you have a chance to leave or run they did you can't fight that is bull okay what's your bear in house probably not in so short but probably do the bear attack may be maybe I haven't seen the cuts but did you box the bear no you didn't you're not student going toe to toe in the middle of the kitchen over some bread with a bear who's protecting its Cup yeah the that happened okay ouch okay bye in six forty live everyone I heart radio at Michael's bay at the news one woman is dead eight other people are ill after a hazmat situation at the Fairmont hotel in San Jose guess complained of a chemical order similar to rob Megan feeling faint light headed and short of breath police say this hazmat incidents seems to be connected to the woman's.
"lafayette journal" Discussed on Discover Lafayette
"They would give them a call like they identified this person probably yes follow ah yes yes the hospital would make the referral and then <hes> we would call them once they were discharged and just kind of talk to them about what their needs were. <hes> were some of the needs like what would you say are made biggest need was things related to housing <hes> so either they were homeless or or almost homeless or their house might not be habitable for the condition. They were in league. Let's say they were having <hes> a total hip or total knee replacement. The bathroom might need rails or you know they might now need a <hes> ramp <hes> to get out of their house so they're gonna fall and hurt themselves again things like that. Also you know if they've had significant medical bills. You might need some rental assistance for short period of time just to kind of get <hes> <hes> you know just to get back on their feet. That was probably the number one thing. Our second largest is transportation. <hes> we cover a tin parish radius and so <hes> transportation's easier in lafayette parish <hes> although it's not <hes> you know they're still significant gaps but out in the rural parishes shes very difficult to get someone <hes> particularly if it was a non medical need so going to the grocery store to get healthy food to get food yes. Let's so you're not yeah. Let's say you're a diabetic and you know you live out in the in the country <hes> yeah being able to go to the grocery store. You know that's not something typically that your health insurance is going to pay for a while they would pay for chip to the doctor or or the medications or you know just even social things like <hes> being able to church or get a haircut or you know just be <hes> citizen in in our in our community <hes>. That's that's one of the big unintended <hes> things that we found was the prevalence of social isolation and loneliness <hes> a lot of these people well. We're living alone <hes> and you know the family for whatever reason might <hes> not be contacting them on a significant basis so sometimes that weekly phone call that we would provide was their connection to the world and just the number of people that just appreciated getting a phone call call whether we were able to help them or not which in most cases we were <hes> almost ninety percent of the time we're able to connect them with at least one resource <hes> but just that that a phone call from not being redundant so let's go back so all these people spoke we have a need in our community and then you got a major grant from bluecross so you we started the project and the hospitals would refer clients <hes> the right <hes> familiar faces yes and then and you'd have people call them did the things that came out as the program can were they anticipated and you're talking about the the social isolation. Are you looking more at the beginning at they need transportation to the doctor and then it evolved into they needed ride to church or they need help. Yes something personal so hygiene or something yeah so when we started out basically because we done needs and gap analysis previously we knew transportation was an issue we knew <hes> their food deserts in our community. I mean we knew some of those things and so we were kind of ready to to address those and if there were still gaps to continue to document those gaps <hes> but the social isolation was was very <hes> was very surprising and then also <hes> another thing that was kinda. Surprising was what we called. <hes> we just put it in a category called <hes> medical assistance and so the number of people that maybe needed help finding primary care physician <hes> that was really surprising to us. <hes> you know the number of people that are using maybe maybe the emergency room as their as their doctor and part of the problem is medicaid when medicaid expansion happened it was great and i'm a a huge proponent of medicaid expansion. <hes> give everybody insurance to give everybody access to some care <hes> not enough primary care physicians sion's accept medicaid clients and so while medicaid the medicaid system works. You're automatically assigned to primary care physician position that primary care physician may not know that they've been assigned to you and when you call to make an appointment they may not accept you and so you know <hes> <hes> you know so then they're they have medicaid but they're back to square one in that they're not able to visit <hes> ah doctor and you know when there w- whoa earlier when the sometimes they wait until right you know so locally at u._h. See they accept medicaid so those clinics contain some of your patients. Yes at how it works. I know europe ten parish area. Whatever people end up maybe having to come back to lafayette yes. He is still kind of the regional charity hospital. Even though there's not call called the anymore yes but most of the hospitals piddles <hes> around here. If you show up they will take medicaid now. That's a hospital situation. You people going to see diabetes attack to get it blood pressure you want yeah preventative healthcare yes and so there are a couple of resources there is you h c <hes> there's also also saint bernadette clinic that <hes> is on the catholic charities of acadian campus <hes> but those are just too. I mean that's there's just two. There's some federally qualified health clinics <hes> and you know giving into them but it's just kind of knowing about knowing the resources and helping get connected to that which sometimes people they don't know the resources and you know a couple of times and they give up i mean they you know like we all do. We get frustrated with something anthony and don't want to deal with when i had david caldecott on that was really i've heard him speak in public but when he was on this podcast holly he he talked at length about social determinants of health and like i said i've heard about it from the educational people in the business community with the speak and project. What what have you seen in just a short time the start and just like a year plus right. You haven't been doing this long. Have you been doing that so we. We started our first clients in january of two thousand eighteen okay so yeah. It said i mean with the the grant that blue cross gave the hospital left general has seen dramatic matic savings dollar. Yes like over a million dollars in savings when we did the <hes> the cost analysis so so first of all we we did some analysis of the data the hospitals were very interested in readmission rates and so they're not going to get reimbursed if people just keep on through with a revolving door and yes and medicare actually has six conditions that if you show back up within thirty days they don't pay inland so so <hes> hospitals were very interested in readmission rates and so lafayette general and u._h. Sees remission rate thirty day readmission rate is about fifteen and a half percent so about fifteen and a half percent people wind up back in the hospital either through the emergency room where just being readmitted <hes> our patients the the five hundred sixty nine patients that we saw we had a thirty day readmission rate of four point four percent wow which is a significant <hes>. We knew we were going to reduce. We didn't know it was going. It'd be that much and even our ninety day. Readmission rates were only seven point seven percent so <hes> definitely we what we were supposed to in that we were keeping people in the community <hes> stable and healthy what <hes> then they asked us to do some cost analysis of this so we looked and <hes> <hes> the first time i ran the numbers. I was like this is not right. This is way too much money. I i did something wrong so redid it <hes> and then showed it to <hes> see robinson who was <hes> our point of contact lafayette journal. He's like atoms about this too high <hes> and so we had <hes> the picard center <hes> run the data so we had three different people running the data and we came back with the same and so it was <hes> on their master charge list it was about <hes> a twelve million dollar savings a year yes now then they spills all the hospitals yeah and so then we went back and looked at actual insurance reimbursement so for those. I had to learn this master charge. That's kind of like the list price <hes> that's what the history of says us something calls but of course if you have insurance like blue cross or united or whatever they're gonna negotiate <hes> set price at a set price and so <hes> <hes> the insurance reimbursement we <hes> it was about <hes> two million dollars in savings but both of them were reduced the cost by about sixty three percent in both cases so <hes> yes so that's still that's a significant amount of money for <hes> a community nonprofit. I mean this is samuel. Don't realize that <hes> lafayette general health system is a community oh nice but they're not out to make money either out to any any money that's leftover. They're reinvesting into our community not and you know we're talking about the financial end but the real win is for people's quality of life. I mean you said we're talking about people it could be you remain that i just needed a help helping hand right and to keep us out of the hospital. What are some of the things like <hes> do they typically diabetic heart issues. Or what type type of people are you seeing. It really runs the gamut <hes>. I'll give you two. I'll tell you this is these are stories that we tell them quite frequently and it you just kinda shows the range so the first one was a a man <hes> we'll call mr dini and he was in the behavioral health unit so he was in there for a mental illness and when he came out <hes> he <hes> had been living in a swamp <hes> in a in in a tent in the swamp <hes> because he didn't like staying in the shelters. He felt like there's too many people he just <hes> he just wanted to be by himself <hes> but the had gotten in stable he was ready to he wanted a job. He wanted a place to live. <hes> he reconnected stayed with us. We got adam situated with his sister and then he wanted a job <hes> my navigator just well. I'm just gonna. I'm just going to help you you. I'm going to do a job search like i would do so. She got on google indeed and a bunch of jobs. I yeah exactly got him <hes> he wanted what to do. You want to do something handyman. He wanted to skills. Yes he had skills and he wanted to he knew how to fix things and so he ended up getting a job at a hotel hotel <hes> in town so he did that saved up money got himself a truck so he wasn't relying on public transportation and then <hes> when we closed closed case he had just gotten into his own apartment so i mean that just really shows a guy from living <hes> in the swamp innocent with mental illness too. He still has a mental illness. I mean in some of these mental illness is their chronic but manageable and and now he's you know <hes> on his way being <hes> <hes> citizen with the job with the house with things like that so on no no no and so just <hes> <hes> helping that person <hes> so that's kind of a person that we had to help with a lot of different things so then we had another lady <hes> miss glenda that <hes> we we saw she was in for total knee replacement and she was living alone and just need a transportation was all that she. She said she needed so we. We did that but we still did that. Weekly phone calls in our navigator. <hes> noticed that she was getting more and more sad when she would talk to her are and then on one case one call <hes>. She just said she she had. I guess she finally built up the trust and was like you know i was divorced. I <hes> within the past year. I'm living alone for the first time in my life..
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"Counted this investigation start, and this is the thing that they are so desperate so desperate to try and keep from you mean we. Then we're gonna get some more of this because there's an update with the department of Justice and gel Nadler, and I do I do want to discuss it. But, but first this, where the heck a couple stories, they are so, so in Indiana there's a place called, fair oaks farms. They they've got cow's milk. And one of the things they tried to do it. Fair oaks farms was create this place where people could actually, you know, get in touch with farming getting touch with, with, with livestock, and agriculture see how things work at sea. It's not just a terrible rotten very bad business, and then the videos came out of cows and calves being abused. And it was like, oh, was the problem? Choose a couple of stories that come out of this, because the people who captured the video are from group called animal recovery mission or arm. And they're based out of Miami and what we know about these people. Is that the guy in charge there? Is wholly militant Richard quota? Maybe it's cool though. It's Richard to-to, and it goes by. K. U. DO kudo. What is last name? KO UT. Oh, so he goes Khuda. This guy who goes almost like full fatigues wears a bulletproof vest. He's totally militant on these things. But he's got the video and the undercover video and the kicking and this it's, it's bad stuff. I've seen some of the video it is bad, bad stuff to some people said that this guy this group. M they make these things up. They totally make them up. They stage the whole thing. Well, let's argue that, that can happen. Let's argue if you will, that they've done that if that's the case, why did the owner of the farm. The owner of fair oaks. Mike mccloskey. Why did he? So quickly say that happened. We did it, here's a video putting out. Here's what we're doing here. Here's what we're doing now. If it's a setup. Why are you a mmediately going to saying? I did it. Listen, the only person who gets to say, I did it and then change their mind is Ralph north of the governor of Virginia. Yes. I was the guy in black face. I don't remember if I was the guy in black face only guy in America, pull that one off and still get to keep their job. So people are really coming down on fair oaks. But it seems to me the fair oaks has done some things we should be looking at and cheering. They were very clear. That three of the there were five people involved. One of them was a contractor, not an employee of fair oaks. Right. Not an employee of fair oaks one was a guy. They didn't know about that guy. Got through the system. Three of them. Other people at said, they're not treating the animals. Right. And they were fired before the video came out. So they already knew they had some problems. So for the people who want to go down the line that this is all a setup. I don't know this guy Kudo. I don't I don't even know like guy reversal himself as Kudo. I don't know if I'm so okay with the guy giving himself nickname. People call me all the time. And I'm like when did when did that happen that, that is only in my adult life that has ever happened, when where did I put this on a people called me TK so much that my logo is now a TK? That got me. We turned it into a thing 'cause people did that I didn't do it. They did it. I think this guy did to himself by problem can't give yourself nickname. Those are the rules. So I don't know the guy I don't know if I'd like the guy. But if he was making this up, why is the farm owner so quickly saying what we already fired three these guys? We missed this guy. We're doing this. We're doing this. I feel terrible. We're going to we're going to engage this that and the other, we invite investigate. So I don't know how much I believe this is a setup now. I can be proven wrong, and certainly there's more. Data that can come out and can and can go go this way. Right. Absolutely positively, and there's been good stuff on this in terms of write ups, and what's going next day, banger over at the Lafayette journal in Currier. It's part of the USA today network. So it's part of Ghana, you know, I never I never trust that. But Dave banger, who's up in the Lafayette area of Indiana, central Purdue University isn't. Of course, we're heard on the patriot one four three of their I have found through to actually rather good work. I found do very good work. So he's got good right up on this journal courrier, if you wanna go check that out. The fair oaks, people also suspended, their delivery service that I can understand get everything under control. Get everything set seaward customers are going to be you. Don't wanna waste any product out there hold up take a breath. And then see what's having heard restaurant owners at least where I'm at. Talk about not buying products from them. I can appreciate anger, and I can appreciate cautiousness. But is are we are we in the place where we're going to say no, they're gone forever? Are we sure we want to do that? I'm not saying bad things didn't happen. I'm saying they did happen. But if five guys are involved, one of them is in germ ploy and you have already fired the other three for this exact thing now maybe missing one is too many maybe should fire them earlier. Maybe there's a whole bunch of things. I don't know if this is a guy who gets the host turned on him. Right. And and, and just gets abuse. I'm not so sure of that. And I also don't believe that this is at this point the setup. So really that came out. So quick, this people go. Tony jumped the gun. I don't a guy says yet happens. I don't think it's jumping the gun, he saw videos. That's us. I don't think me getting involved in that conversation is jumping anything. Jerrold Nadler, not looking to bring William bar in on contempt charges. Maybe that's because he got a couple of pieces of data from the DOJ and Representative Cossio Cortez has given up the ghost the pretense that somehow she is formidable..
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"Ninety three WIBC. It is Terry. Stacey. I man this story of Nasr's mission to land a man on the moon focusing on Neil Armstrong. It opens this weekend Armstrong, as you all know, graduated from Purdue here to talk about Neil Armstrong is produced space historian, John Norberg, John. Hello, what pleasure to meet you? Is pleasure. Talking to you. How long have you been produced space historian? I guess, you know, since I wrote the book and in two thousand three wings of their dreams. I'm really I started in Lafayette with the Lafayette journal here in one thousand nine hundred seventy two I went to Peru in two thousand the first one I met Neil, hiking seventy nine while I was a reporter for the journal and courier the tenth anniversary of the moon landing that time was at the university of Cincinnati. And I asked for an interview along was probably two million other reporters way more than he could handle. Of course, he and I just that everybody turned down and said he regrets. He can't handle all requests. Then they came back and said that he is decided to invite a limited number of borders to a small press conference at the university nearly near tenth anniversary any invited me. And the only reason he invited me was because journal and courier is produced hometown newspaper. So that was a wonderful opportunity in a moment. I'll never forget I asked what that press conference if he was happy with his statement. That's what step for man one giant leap for mankind. And the interesting thing that is that important thing that I said that day asked him, what was the important thing. He said the important thing. I said was the eagles landed he said, it was really tough to land that lunar lunar Lander walking in the moon with just a piece of cake. He believes he only had a fifty fifty chance of succeeding in that landing. And he saw those guys were just thought. Wow. What an opportunity you had to meet him was that the only time that you ever spent with him. When I when I started at Purdue had the opportunity to various times, escorted when he came to campus became in food for when he came through in for the dedication was building. He and his family up at the airport took him to the to the union times been with my campus. I had the opportunity interview in personally about the mood landing which is something. He didn't do very often. When you're you're right there with him. And you think this is the man that was the first man that landed on the moon. You must have a million questions. Oh, yes. You know, you you can't help. But think that of course deal some people have this impression that. Neal was somewhat aloof because he didn't talk like a moon landing every time someone asks the time he turned around. He was not he was very friendly. He was funny. He lose fun to be around the last time. I was with him was with a Neil. And gene Cernan the last man who walked on the moon Purdue graduate. I haven't pizza and a beer at earners in west Lafayette. And there was a full moon and Neil and gene never once talked about Neil recorded everything he had to say about the moon mission and everything else. He did NASA is available to everyone, and he talked in detail about two spaces stories and to Nassau officials and engineers. He just couldn't talk about. Every report is to. For awhile. I handle is media requests. And we followed in the world that they wanted the interview Neil couldn't do it. He couldn't possibly you. Everyone who wanted to interview. So it's turned them all down only did occasional anniversary appearances Purdue was also home to a huge collection of his personal documents and more in that collection. There are got a ton of fan mail that just continued to come long after he had done this mission to the moon. Right. It was fascinating. And no one knew about these. I shouldn't say, no. And I'm sure it's his immediate family knew about him and his secretary there in Connecticut. But he did he say all the letters people sent you. No, one knew that he did this, and they're now available in our archives along with many, many, many many other items of Neil Neil donated to Purdue. There are also right now, there's eight at auction taking place later this month of much more. You'll Armstrong items that the family had and they they think it's time to to sell. And deal equal chance to get them, including museums, which I'm sure we'll take a lot of the items one of the most fascinating things in that collection. I've seen her for is a letter from a Diner's club free checking him or credit card. The letter was seventy five years after the moon moonlight. If the software. Landing on the move will not get your credit card. This is produced space historian, John Norberg. He's awesome incredible author. There are some things that part of the sale. The we already have for instance, there's a Purdue flag three cook to the mood took another move any the to Purdue two thousand. So there are some things that were duplicates and and do as one of them. But the the people are emphasizing if anyone would like to purchase some of these items. Sure, some of them are going to be very reasonable guys would love them, and they love to share them with everyone. How many astronauts have you personally met and talked to that have been graduates from Purdue University. I don't know the total number of astronauts, I've met but not that I have met twenty three of the twenty four. Wow. Purdue astronauts, and and talk to them many times for books and gatherings. When they come to Purdue are twenty four th astronaut take last year. She's what they call kind of a quarantine for anybody interviewing your for two years. And the the astronauts, this group of astronauts love to get together among themselves, and then just talk, and, you know, share old times not necessarily about the mission states, they flew, but about all the training, and the people they knew you have you ever thought yourself of going into that direction of working for NASA. I'm not smart enough of that. I'm just a writer, you know reported. I I've always loved I'm an old, man. I'm seventy years old. I grew up, you know, in the fifties. And sixties when this whole thing was going on. I remember Sputnik. Like it was yesterday. I was fascinated by it. I remember the creation of NASA. And I remember that the original mercury seven astronauts, and when they pick them Gus Grissom, THEO went went to produce one of the original mercury seven astronauts being in school when they were gathering altogether and watch Allan Sheppard launch. And Gus Grissom launch just how mazing all it was in the summer of nineteen sixty-nine. I was backpacking through Europe. There were a lot of anti American feelings in Europe at that time because of the. I'm war. But for the period of time when Apollo eleven was landing on the mood, America. Everyone loved America the United States shared that mission with the world when Neil landed on the moon, Neil and buzz landed on the moon. We were we were needs France. And we found a cafe that opened all night their flaw cafe. And we watched it on TV. It was coming on in French people Americans. We the only Americans to place they were toasting us buying pain and translating. It was incredible incredible nights that I will never forget. And I went back a couple years ago in sound that cafe again to one day come to know, Neil Armstrong, personally was an incredible experience in my life. I can only imagine your talks on on campus about a number of things, including the are involved in in flight before space and space, and I have never given that talk to a group of students that at least one student doesn't come up afterwards and say. I came to Purdue because I want to be an astronaut, and you know, I tell people, and I truly believe this is very very possible walking on our campus. Today is some young man or some young woman who will be the first person to step foot on Mars because we have people who are there with that goal in mind. John Norberg, he's the author of seven books, including spacewalker, my journey in space and faith as Nasr's record-setting frequent flyer which details the story of Purdue grad and astronaut Jerry Ross, his eighth book every true one hundred and fifty years of giant leaps at Purdue University that one's coming out pretty soon. All bet, right. The spring right before Daniel day, which is may we're celebrating at all year. Neil armstrong's. The fiftieth anniversary of the mood walking is is is a big part of our planned activities. It was a wonderful wonderful person. It was fun to be around talkative and friendly. You just didn't talk to him. But landing on the moon. Once you would. Pre-arranged that because that's something he's discussed so many times. And he did so many other things in his life and how much he loved Purdue. He was so generous with his time, especially with our students. Well, it is a pleasure to meet you John Norberg again, author of the books. I've mentioned wings of their dreams Purdue in flight. So Jon, thank you for taking time for us produce, a space historian, John Norberg, and again, they have an unbelievable collection of Neil Armstrong memorabilia and personal documents. And that is available to everybody to to look at. It's amazing amazing is right here at Purdue John group. Yeah. Come to Purdue. Hey, john. Thank you so much. You're awesome. Thank you. This was fun. We're out of time. Thanks for joining us this morning on the first day people get insurance for alien abductions. Coconuts and pirate takeovers. Crazy, right? What's not craziest? Domino's carry out insurance. We'll.
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"And the ad council treat wip ipc mobile news on the level on the go how lifeguards tried to save the boy mainly clear overnight monday will be mostly sunny with a high around seventy i'm stan lear here's what's trending this hour a seven year old boy has drowned in indy parks pool america berman the indianapolis fire department says a lifeguard and another swimmer noticed the boy under six feet of water at the indie ind indoor waterpark the lifeguard pulled him to the surface and performed cpr but couldn't revive them witnesses say it may have been a medical issue that caused him to go underwater indiana will be closed until at least wednesday eric berman ninetythree wibc mobile new a single gunshot wound the head is what killed tara hold police officer rob pitts for engaging law enforcement and we're losing our lives police chief john plast says the man is believed to have fired the fatal shot is also dead he was hit in an exchange of gunfire with officers who went looking for him at the garden quarters apartments the man was considered a potential suspect in a homicide investigation his name was not immediately released someone shot a woman in the leg late saturday night near washington and illinois streets between the hyatt regency in circle center why the shooter did that is not clear and police haven't found that person the wounded woman is expected to recover purdue university enrollment will grow again with the fall semester with a projected freshman class of eight thousand three hundred that's about five hundred more than expected the lafayette journal and currier reports the university's hiring additional faculty and other staff i'm staying lear on.
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"Wabc mobile news on the level on the go lifeguards tried to save the boy mainly clear overnight monday will be mostly sunny with a high around seventy i'm stan lear here's what's trending this hour a seven year old boy has drowned in indy parks pool eric berman the indianapolis fire department says a lifeguard and another swimmer notice the boy under six feet of water at the indie ind indoor waterpark the lifeguard pulled him to the surface and performed cpr but couldn't revive him witnesses say it may have been a medical issue that caused him to go underwater indiana will be closed until at least wednesday eric berman ninetythree wibc mobile near a single gunshot wound the head is what killed tara police officer rob pitts for engaging law enforcement and we're losing our lives police chief john says the man who is believed to have fired the fatal shot is also dead he was hit in an exchange of gunfire with officers you went looking for him at the garden quarters apartments the man was considered a potential suspect that a homicide investigation is his name was not immediately released someone shot a woman in the leg late saturday night near washington and illinois streets between the hyatt regency and circle center why the shooter did that is not clear and police haven't found that person the wounded woman is expected to recover purdue university enrollment will grow again with the fall semester with a projected freshman class of eight thousand three hundred that's about five hundred more than expected the lafayette journal and currier reports the university's hiring additional faculty and other staff i'm staying lear on.
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"The boy mainly clear overnight monday will be mostly sunny with a high around seventy i'm stan lear here's what's trending this hour a seven year old boy has drowned at indy parks pool erik berman the indianapolis fire department says a lifeguard and another swimmer noticed the boy under six feet of water of the indoor waterpark the lifeguard pulled him to the surface and performed cpr but couldn't revive him witnesses say it may have been a medical issue had caused him to go underwater indiana will be closed until at least wednesday eric berman ninetythree wibc mobile news a single gunshot wound to the head is what killed tara police officer rob pitts for engaging law enforcement and we're losing our lives police chief john says the man is believed to have fired the fatal shot is also dead he was hit in an exchange of gunfire with officers who went looking for him at the garden quarters apartments the man was considered a potential suspect at a homicide investigation his name was not immediately released some unshod a woman in the leg late saturday night near washington and illinois streets between the hyatt regency and circle center why did that is not clear and police haven't found that person the wounded woman is expected to recover purdue university enrollment will grow again with the fall semester with a projected freshman class of eight thousand three hundred that's about five hundred more than expected the lafayette journal and currier reports the university's hiring additional faculty and other staff i'm staying lear on the level on the go on twitter at ninety three wibc and wibc dot com now here's the.
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"And the ad council wip see mobile news on the level on the go the life guards tried to save the boy i'm staying lear here's what's trending at nine oh three a sevenyearold boy has drowned at indy parks poul erik burman the indianapolis fire department says a lifeguard and another swimmer noticed the boy under six feet of water the india highland indoor water for the life guard pulled him to the surface and performed cpr but couldn't revive them witnesses say it may have been a medical issue that caused him to go underwater indiana will be closed until at least wednesday eric burma ninetythree wibc mobile news a single gunshot wound to the head is what killed tara hold police officer rob pitts engaging law enforcement and we're losing our lives police chief john plazas the man is believed to have fired the fatal shot is also dead he was hit in an exchange of gunfire with officers who went looking for him at the garden quarters apartments friday the man was considered a potential suspect in a homicide investigation his name was not immediately released someone shot a woman in the leg late last night near washington and illinois streets between the hyatt regency and circle center why the shooter did that is not clear and police haven't found that person the wounded woman is expected to recover purdue university enrollment will grow again in the fall semester with a projected freshman class of eight thousand three hundred that's about five hundred more than expected the lafayette journal and.
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"Do a large here on ninety three double d our guest today is j beggar dave is a columnist at the lafayette journal and courier journal courier pay for that is up and tippecanoe county i thought it'd be good to bring somebody on the program today that presents a little bit of a different perspective than the usual sort of four sixty five inside the inside the donut county bob loop perspective and so dave we appreciate you being on the program today before move onto the fourth district gordon you talked to a couple of moscow about early voting in presidential elections you folks get about half your people showed up to vote early and primary says about third has early voting increased voter turnout it's been my experience that i'm all for giving people more ways to vote and get this out the way that early voting really doesn't drive or vote centers don't necessarily drive turnout as they do just sort of shift the people who would have voted election day just find a reason to do it earlier and there's really not necessary early net increase on voter participation however vits a really contested race or really hot issue those are more likely to dry people to the polls than necessarily how many places they can vote early this is drive and the candidates are gonna drive that's been my experience here we've been doing it for nearly ten years or so and we're one of the early pilots pilot projects for it but for example this year we also have probably the biggest races here and then drive the most traffic will be our sheriff's race and prosecutors whether it's on the republican side will decide who wins there are no democrats that have filed yet those will drive that traffic early voting he's not gonna do it but the.
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"Brought to you by royal spa for a relaxing way to end the day royal spa hey serves big win last night against the lakers i was there and saw that game rough first quarter pacers turned it around got the big win friday night though that's what everybody's looking forward to friday night purdue and texas tech it's a late game rob nine fifty seven as the first tip you're a little bit younger than i am you're gonna stay up late and watch the game tots very exciting this is perdue's chance hammer it seems like when perdue has that chance they have a history of wetting themselves i hope this isn't the case purdue engineering students by the way i don't know if you saw this story i think it was in the star purdue engineering students have been asked to work on and create an ncaa approved elbow brace for the big fella isaac haas now last friday nigel and i were sitting here and we heard the horrible news that isaac ha's landed on his elbow fractured his elbow broke his elbow he's out for the rest of the year well the big fella doesn't want to call it quits just yet he's trying to figure out a way to get in the game and with produce background in engineering one of the best engineering schools have not be best and all of america the the athletic department and the sports medicine department reached out to the engineering staff and said hey can you guys come up with some sort of robo cop light arms we can put on the big fella that would be approved by the ncaa so maybe if anything he can just go in there and play defense now purdue head coach matt painter remains a little skeptical on this idea he told the lafayette journal courrier yeah he still has a broken elbow i love the story so whatever and if this were i you this would be completely screwed but because it's perdue he has a fighting chance i think they can figure it out and you're good for the engineering students here because this is some real world experience they're getting let's say these engineer folks want.
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