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"lamarque" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

The Higherside Chats

03:51 min | 10 months ago

"lamarque" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

"And that's why i've talked a lot when i reflect on my work in the education technology. Space that the emphasis that they're doing on emotional social emotional learning on children the ties to apps to behavioral compliance. Absent classrooms to brainwave headbands. Two different things like they went that data. They really want emotional data as well. They want sleep data. They want every bit. And if you look at google had a thought experiment like foresight video called the selfish ledger in two thousand sixteen and i mapped out all of the concepts in that but one of the key elements in. That's where i learned about lamarque. So if google alphabet is positing like hey we should go back and look at intelligent design and john pepys lamarque and how it all relates to sustainability and united nations. Then we should probably pay attention. Has they tell us in the we should just listen and look into it for ourselves but they actually posited this future of filling in your digital twin and this consciousness would see like oh. There's a bit of data that's missing. How can i look at your profile and design an app or a system that will fill in that missing piece. And then i three d. print it and then i can price it so that you'll buy it and then you'll have it in your hands. And then i'll get that bit that i watch and then repeat rinse and repeat. And that's what google has already said. And what you see their hands in blockchain healthcare and smart cities in nest and then knowing how even within amazon all of the edge computing systems are starting to work together. This idea of smart ubiquitous sensing environments and at the nanos scale level. We're just a bunch of molecules like in some respects. I guess we are already merged with our environment but the way our consciousness is we still imagine that we have a corporeal but there are people out there. i believe with very deep military knowledge. And i'm gonna be doing a discussion. I don't know when this is going to air on saturday about mitre corporation in the history of mitre and the cold war and the weaponization of radar systems so there are people who know they've been talking programmable matter since the early nineteen nineties. And we're at right right man and this is kind of right along the lines of something. That really freaked me out when you were talking about the spatial web in one ear presentations and for people who don't know gabriel. Rene wrote the book the spatial web and in it he defines it. As seigne the spatial web weaves together all of the digital and physical strands of our future world into the fabric of a new universe where next-gen computing technologies generate a unified reality where our digital and physical lives become one. So this is the plan. This is hypothetical paranoia and to quote unquote incentivize people to adopt it. They're aiming to make the physical body uncomfortable and maybe the environment uncomfortable for the physical body. They've already got us looking at nature as scary and the human body as vulnerable if they cause people to be perpetually ill or uncomfortable it will push us into this spatial web and you also make a great point that with this whole ace. Symptomatic spread narrative. Now we don't even know if we're healthy. We must consult an expert. Who will deliver their decree to us if we're healthy. We don't even have the ability to know ourselves anymore. Were so confused. But i'm sure this is what is being field tested with some of these targeted individuals. If they can't get us with the carrot and just enticing us with all the new cool vr. Stuff that i guess we get the.

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"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

"5 30. Now here on Houston's Morning News. I'm Jimmy Barrett, along with sheriff friar among her top stories this half hour. Is part of the answer the more accurate national fraud database Celebrities running for public office and coming up a 5 38. Houston McDonald workers say they're walking off the job on May the 19th details in the minutes ahead. You're in Houston's Morning news first. Let's drink after morning drivers sky Mike, Let's do the Katy Freeway and we've got this nice shot from will crest here. I've been coming in from Grant Parkway. For now We're drama free gets a little bit of a hit couples. You approached the West Loop 6 10. Those would be trying to merge to head either down to the Galleria or up towards up toward Garden Oaks. But for now, Katie freeways and easy 29 minutes from Grant Parkway to downtown switch over to the Audubon the West, part tollway. It's going all the way in from Derry, Ashford and from clothing to the Southwest Freeway ramp. That's just 15 minutes. I'm sky Mike from the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic center from our ktrh, John Morris Services, 24 hour Weather Center, considera clouds and a stray shower thunderstorm Possible 87. The real story Whether could be late 1990 under early tomorrow morning. We're keeping an eye out for that full. Check it with Terry Smith of the Weather Channel. See if she can give us a timing on when the heaviest weather is going to be when we talk to her, and about eight minutes right now, 79 your officials Severe weather station news radio 7 40 ktrh. It is time now for the news here, Sheriff Friar Good morning. 5 32 on NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh is news is sponsored by the Lamarque Economic Development Corporation. The top story this hour..

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott To Receive COVID-19 Vaccine Tuesday

Sean Hannity

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott To Receive COVID-19 Vaccine Tuesday

"Body camera footage from a fatal officer involved. Shooting is now available to the public. The footage from Lamarque police officer Jose Santos body camera show Santos shot 22 year old Joshua Feast earlier this month. The shooting happened across the street from Feast Uncle's home. The investigation is ongoing and no employment action has been taken against Santos

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La Marque, Texas, officials investigate fatal shooting of Joshua Feast

Rush Limbaugh

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

La Marque, Texas, officials investigate fatal shooting of Joshua Feast

"Officer involved. Shooting in East Texas 22 year old Joshua Feast died December 9th shot in the back by Lamarque Police officer Jose Santos. Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump represents the feast family, he says an independent autopsy finds what witnesses reported feast was running away from Police when he was shot now on paid leave. Attorney Crump wants Officer Santos fired Galveston County's sheriff's Department and the district attorney's office. Investigating this case. Kimberly James W. B.

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"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

"Related to recent shootings in Lamarque. We have reason to believe the individual was armed. There were firearms recovered at the scene. Officer now on administrative leave now local black leaders. They're urging the community to remain calm and allow due process to continue. It's now 605. We had the first of two federal executions this week carried out last night in Indiana. But Texas has only carried out three executions all year and There's apparently no guarantee that next year's gonna be any different. Texas carried out just three executions, then saw case after case either stayed until next year, withdrawn altogether, even modified Carl extra video from Bear County. He's had his execution date twice this year. Withdrawn by the county of conviction and another time in June, he received a stay. TDCJ spokesman Jeremy Diesel says prison officials have no say in the matter. These are decisions that TDCJ is making. These are decisions that were made and done by the courts. So far, there are six executions scheduled in Texas next Dear Nick. Cranky bitch. NewsRadio! 7 40 ktrh. It is now 606. This is called Christmas Miracle Shades of Baby Jessica. I don't know how many people remember that. But this was a four year old boy. He fell into a 44 ft well and was brought out alive. Happened in Mission, Texas The toddler was walking with his parents. He's only toddler it for the little boy fell 9 ft. Down that well, It was only 8 to 10 inches in diameter, but apparently a lot of it gave way. First responders came from all across the area to the scene. Everybody. Pitched him. Everybody we had. I mean, like I said, You see a sheriff's officer with a shovel, helping this move for whatever needed to be done. Mission assistant fire chief there Robert Alvarez, he says they work carefully. During a nearly six hour long operation. They had to make sure the well didn't collapse totally on the child. He's now in stable condition at an Edinburgh hospital. This is well, that's a quite a story. Well, we carried. I did that live on the air. Maybe Jessica that was amazing. Out in West Texas. Now. Thank goodness. Saturday's game between Texas and Kansas and Lawrence. Cancel Cove ID. Longhorns have got an increase in positive cases. And so they paused. All team activities. It will not be rescheduled, now declared no contest. Texas in's a regular season six and three. And they still plan to take part in bold activity. Waiting to see what they don't have A very good season. We're all waiting to see what MBA preseason beginning tonight. Rockets on the road in Chicago taking on the Bulls Harden? Nope, He didn't make the trip because of covert restrictions. Coverage begins at 6 30, You'll hear it on sports talk 7 90 I'm sheriff Friar in Houston's news, weather and traffic station. NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh clear and concise information matters focused on what's happening. Clearly. See 2020 with use radio 7 40 ktrh. Hmm. Being a flight attendants a tough job just about anywhere. Especially now in China. Would you like to be a Chinese flight attendant? It depends. I'll get to explain the joke. What joke, Jimmy? The Civil Aviation Administration of China has released new guidelines for plane flight to personnel on the list of guidelines. We're a diaper. That's what it depends work, okay? Sorry. Good joke. If you have to explain it, Jimmy, you have to wear a diaper. The document containing the guidelines says it is recommended the cabin crew members were disposable diapers and avoid using the laboratories barring special circumstances to avoid infection risk. Doctors. Here's me. That's that's okay. If you're doing a number one, okay? But if your flight attendant and you need to do a number two and you do it in a diaper That is not going to be a pleasant experience for your passengers. If they have they thought about that part or if they're not quite thought about it that far. Maybe not. Maybe not. Yep. Food Service from a flight attendant Boring a dirty diaper. Probably not a good thing. 6, 10 time for traffic and weather together. Let's go and get you up to date on that drive. Here's Julie. Watchman the.

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"lamarque" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"lamarque" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Some of the largest stories that we're following the city of L. A. Is really cracking down on these covert parties, thes pandemic parties. If you will even filing criminal charges later in the day, we will have an update on that We're still waiting on Governor Newsome. Was expected to announce with a degree of clarity. We hope his plans for reopening Mohr businesses were kind of touching upon that last segment, and I really want to touch on it. This segment as well and also We're monitoring the march on Washington, D seventh commemoration of the march of 1963. And if you're in the area, there is a commemoration march here locally, which is going to be in a Lamarque Park area, which is going to begin at 12 o'clock is going to run from 12 to 2 P.m.. I'm going to have a caravan and rally. They're going to meet at Ralphs at the Libra and Obama Boulevard intersection, and it will proceed from there. If you want to participate with that, but going back to govern Governor Newsome and what he's expected to announce. I think it's less about what he's going to announce, or at least for me. It is and it's more about how much clarity and specificity will be there. In my neighborhood I live about maybe three miles from the new stadium. So five stadium. I've noticed that for the most part You have barbershops. You have hair salons. You have restaurants for the most part. These businesses and I don't know about the enforcement provisions. I don't know if there is someone from the county who was walking around and checking whether they're at heat these guidelines or with any frequency. But for the most part from what I see the hair salons there just about all out outdoors. They're lining the walkways. If you will. Barbershops outdoors. Most of the restaurants or just having take out an outdoor dining. The most part, it seems that businesses are adhering to the guidelines. There are some businesses you could walk by until this is why I know that I don't know how often they're actually enforcing these guidelines there there expressed their stated, but I don't know how much they're enforcing them. Going back to the pandemic parties. That's one thing, But as far as the business is, I don't know if they can enforce it because I do see certain businesses, which are clearly Not following the guidelines. There are some, I'll say massage parlors, for example, they foot of newspaper blacked out the windows so you can't necessarily see what's going on. But if you watch them and wait for a good 10 15 minutes, you'll see people walking in and out. So not all businesses are adhering to these guidelines. But I as a resident of L, a county. Course, California I want to know specifically where I can and can't Go or expect to be served whether this is going to start beginning of in dining in in restaurant dining. And also, how will the majority of the public respond? I think when it comes to In restaurant dining. I think more people than not will resume doing that. I don't know what that means for movie theaters. I said, I'm not quite will comfortable going to a movie theater because I know movie theaters aren't the most clean places to begin with that they're just not The homes of sanity, You know, just real cleanliness. They're just not. That's not a place where I want to go back to yet. As Faras in dining maybe depends on the location. Depends on the circumstances depends on how large I'm fine with outdoor dining. This just me personally is not about What you would do. I mean, it's going to be your level of comfort, but that comes down to The governor, making it very clear. And this is something also, I would want to hear more carries remarks whenever he should begin speaking. I would want him to clearly delineate the timetable. If something is not going to be open today. And I suspect he will also talk about returning to in class learning for our students and kids. If it's not open right now, it is not allowable. Now. Then what is the specific benchmark and win? If we might hit that benchmark, would we go to the next step? In other words, don't just say okay. Movie theatres are not open and not tell us with specifically they would be or what is the benchmark for that We've been waiting. We've been patient. You've got to tell us everything. Now you got to tell us how close we are. You got to let us know that. Not only are we on the right path, but here is the specific goal, So everyone understands. All right. We're looking at another week, assuming we're on this path. That's what I would want. I've been supporting my local restaurants. My favorite restaurants right left as best I can But I hopefully want to get back to the point where if I wanted to, and I'm not saying that I'm there yet emotionally. But if I wanted to, I could go back in and have a drink at the bar. Because I know a lot of people out there who want to get back to that. And if we're not there yet? Then let us know exactly how close we are to that. Let us know exactly specifically. Because he's been telling us Governor Newsome has been telling us about this announcement since last week. He announced last week that he would have an announcement this week and hopefully he will announce today. The stuff that he could have told us last week. Honestly, he could have told us at least last week, but now we've had to wait for another five or six days and hopefully we'll get the exact specifics. When we come back your chance, TTO win $1000 and also we'll talk about what's going on in Orange County. Not just L. A county. This is a Gary and Shanna show. Mo Kelly in for Gary, Indiana. Kay. If I am 6 40. 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Hurricane Laura: Houston in "danger zone" of high winds

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane Laura: Houston in "danger zone" of high winds

"Night and into Thursday, Callison County Judge Mark Henry updating his county's evacuation orders for the city of Lamarque. It is only a mandatory evacuation outside the levee Oring protection system. It is a voluntary evacuation inside the livery levy ring protection system way have a couple of new evacuation orders. Dickinson has issued a voluntary evacuation order. FEMA has issued a mandatory evacuation order. And League City has issued a voluntary evacuation order with emphasis on low lying areas. Those near Clear Creek and for anyone with medical conditions and mandatory evacuations continue for Galveston Island and Boulevard Peninsula. The last ferry will leave tonight at 11 30. Montgomery County

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"lamarque" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"lamarque" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Mark Loretta is a class act Lamarque Loretta. Diego. Fucking padre! Baseball man. Come on. You know, it's freaky, athletically freaky athletically, Khalil Greene. Love him. 1 806 36. 8686 about Sacramento's finest Big Greg von. You could swing it. Where are Yu San Diego? Hey, I can do this all day long. Don't think that I can't I promised to phone call this segment. Andy Ashby, were you acted? Delicate talk some arms that some arms now Sterling Hitchcock. You know the soft top of my head Now, this isn't like, Yeah. Rome. Great. We have you know, too. Yeah. Great. I've done this 30 years and I got my start in San Diego. I can do this now. All right. So I mentioned I promised you a cell phone call. At least one call this segment, so let's do it. He has won this Mac off. When I think of the year 2020 I think of the bra. Enterprise. You never know which brought you're going to get Sabraw fakes. Oprah, Fake fakes. Oprah. We go to H B Huntington Beach sell Prague. What's up silk? Welcome home bra. There is what's up. So there was some big news on Twitter last night. It wasn't the George Karl thing. This was bigger. So we all know your boy pigeon. He claims that he's a alumni of the University of Washington because he wants to smoke a cigarette in a Bush there. Well, there's new, big news. You must have got his masters because he now claims that he has a degree from Cal State Fullerton because he strolls through the arboretum. There he was peacocking on Twitter about all of his Championships and his baseball factory so we can now Count Hawk as a post grad of Cal State Fullerton. It's no, it's no Cal State Long Beach broad, but Good for him, but I got a sports take before I give you my campaign update Brought, um I'm gonna go in on Laker haters. I'm going in on car. Flag Nation, Bryan the Ah! You know, fortunately unfortunate deal to live through some bad Laker years. You know, I remember my boy Anthony Peeler, Elden Campbell said They'll three shot out one of my favorite all time, though. Eddie Jones love Eddie Jones, so You know, after Game One haters were Peacocking said the Lakers tank after Game two car flag Nation is out broad Just down the street from me. That's awesome. Cars like this morning when I was doing my road work back. You know what Everybody calm down. It's probably somewhere in the middle, and you know in the middle means in the middle means the Lakers are still going to win. The Siri's. They're not gonna hold Portland 60 points through, like halfway through the fourth quarter again, and they're not going to play as bad as they did in Game one, so I think we're gonna be fine. Now listen, but I want to shout out to clone nation to you to the X R 40 years of the show for being so supportive of my run for HD City Council brought my website. Went live last Friday at like eight PM, and by Monday Clones hit rallied round. There's a spot on there where you can donate, of course, and they went nuts. I mean, I can't say enough about how the show rallies around me and I appreciate all the support Big news to the teepee, which of course, supports me fully. They have these virtual poker tournaments online. They've pledged to donate all of their winnings until the election towards my campaign, So shout out to the GP. I love you guys. Things were going great. This week. I had AH, Candidate Zoom call with HP Chamber of Commerce and I know you guys want to know about Tito. Tito was on the call. You know, he calls himself Mr H beings for H being. He joined us from his vacation in Mexico, and that's fine. Only thing I can say is he must have gotten sand in his Internet connection of from Kalume or wherever he waas because there was a lot of dropouts, Bob, But you guys go check it out. I think they are kind it on HP Chamber of Commerce Brad, but I appreciate you guys. The lawn signs are on their way this week, some swag So those of you who are donating 150 bucks or more going to get some silk merchant. It's It's really going well. And I appreciate everything you guys are doing for me. All right, You got it. So thank you very much. Now. It's interesting, isn't it? I mean, do I not O equal time like silk is our guy silk is a smack off winners. Silk is a longtime jungle dweller. Silk silk is extremely important to this program. And even to me personally. Because he's called the program for so long now, that said We don't do politics on program. You know this? You know this and I am anxiously watching this play out. However, there is such a thing as equal time. So I wonder if I have to put Tito on. Because silk is coming with his free advertising right there. So just came on and thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, but what he was really doing, Wass Vote for me. Vote for me. Vote for me Vote for May. And with political candidates. I mean, I have to wonder about equal time. I wonder if I should put Tito one or or with all that WiFi smack. Whether or not the call might not go. Well. I mean, things were getting really dirty in in the mud if silk is bringing the WiFi smack to this fight. Anyway, In case you didn't really follow that silk is running for one of the open seats for the Huntington Beach City Council. In which there are three And one of the other candidates is Mm, a legend Tito Ortiz, who was also a Huntington Beach legend. So when you think of Huntington Beach, one of the things you think of U. S Open..

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"lamarque" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"lamarque" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Giles. Mark Loretta is a class act Lamarque Loretta. Slave, Diego Talking padre baseball man. Come on. You know, it's freaky athletically. Freaky, athletically clear green. Love him. 1 806 36. 8686 about Sacramento's finest Big Greg Vaughn. You could swing it. Where are Yu San Diego? I could do this all day long. Don't think that I can't I promise to phone call this segment. Andy Ashby, were you acted? Replica. Talk some arms that some arms now Sterling Hitchcock. You know, Stop talking my head Now. This isn't like, Yeah. Rome. Great. We have the Internet, too. Yeah, Great. I've done this 30 years and I got my start in San Diego. I can do this now. All right. So I mentioned I promised you a cell phone call. At least one call this segment. When I think of the year 2020 I think of the bra. Moment. The prize. You never know which brought you're going to get Sabraw fakes. Oprah, Fake fakes. Oprah. We go to H B Huntington Beach Self bra? What's up, Sell it. Welcome home bra. There is what's up. So there was some big news on Twitter last night. It wasn't the George Karl thing. This was bigger. So we all know your boy pigeon. He claims that he's a alumni of the University of Washington because he wants to smoke a cigarette in a Bush there. Well, there's a new big news. Must have got his Masters because he now claims that he has a degree from Cal State Fullerton because he strolls through the arboretum. There he was peacocking on Twitter about all of his Championships and his baseball factory so we can now Count Hawk as a post grad of Cal State Fullerton. It's no. It's no Cal State Long Beach crowd, but Good for him back. I got a sports take before I give you my campaign update bra. I'm gonna go in on Laker haters. I'm going in on car flag nation by at the Ah You know, fortunately unfortunate deal to live through some bad Laker years. You know, I remember my boy Anthony Peeler, Elden Campbell said They'll three shot out of one of my favorite all time, though. Eddie Jones love Eddie Jones, so You know, after game One haters were, Peacocking said the Lakers. Think after Game two car flag Nation is out broad. Just down the street from me. That's awesome. Carp like this morning when I was doing my road work back. You know what Everybody calm down. It's probably somewhere in the middle, and you know in the middle means in the middle means the Lakers are still going to win the Siri's. They're not gonna hold Portland 60 points through, like halfway through the fourth quarter again, and they're not gonna play as bad as they did in Game one, So I think we're gonna be fine. Now listen, but I want to shout out to clone nation to you to the X R 40 years of the show for being simple, supportive of my run for HD City Council brought my website. Went live last Friday at like eight PM, and by Monday Clones hit Rally bra. There's a spot on there where you can donate, of course, and they went nuts for. I mean, I can't say enough about how the show rallies around me and I appreciate all the support Big news to the teepee, which of course, supports me fully. They have these virtual poker tournaments online. They've pledged to donate all of their winnings until the election towards my campaign, So shout out to the GP. I love you guys. Things were going great. This week. I had AH, Candidate Zoom call with HP Chamber of Commerce and I know you guys want to know about Tito. Tito was on the call. You know, he calls himself Mr H beings for HBO. He joined us from his vacation in Mexico, and that's fine. Only thing I can say is he must have gotten sand in his Internet connection from Kalume or wherever he waas because there was a lot of dropouts, Bob, But you guys go check it out. I think they archived it on HP Chamber of Commerce Brad, but I appreciate you guys. The lawn signs are on their way this week, some swag So those of you who are donating 150 bucks or more going to get some silk merchant. It's It's really going well. And I appreciate everything you guys are doing for me. All right? You got it. Silk. Thank you very much. Now. It's interesting, isn't it? I mean, do I not O equal time like silk is our guy silk is a smack off winner is silk. Is a long time jump with water. Silk soak is extremely important to this program and even to me personally. Because he's called the program for so long now, that said We don't do politics on program. You know this? You know this and I am anxiously watching this play out. However, there is such a thing as equal time. So I wonder if I have to put Tito on. Like a silk is coming with his free advertising right there. So just came on and thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, but what he was really doing, Wass Vote for me. Vote for me. Vote for me Vote for May. And with political candidates. I mean, I have to wonder about equal time. I wonder if I should Petito one or or with all that WiFi smack. Whether or not the call might not go. Well. I mean, things were getting really dirty in the mud if silk is bringing the WiFi smack to this fight. Anyway, In case you didn't really follow that silk is running for one of the open seats for the Huntington Beach City Council. In which there are three and one of the other candidates is MM, a legend Tito Ortiz, who was also a Huntington Beach legend. So when you think of Huntington Beach, one of the things you think of U. S Open. Silk. Tito..

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"lamarque" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"lamarque" Discussed on KCRW

"Seventy six the NASDAQ is down almost twelve points. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. Even at seven oh four, I'm Cheri Glazer. With KCRW news. It's one of those ceremonial acts taken by the city council to pay tribute to a special someone from the community in south LA signs will soon be going up at the intersection of sauce avenue and Crenshaw boulevard. It's being renamed Irma's, nipsy hustle Ashkenazim square. But as KCRW Steve take us reports, some people in the neighborhood say it's a hollow offer at the moment, someone shot and killed hustle outside his clothing store near that newly named intersection. And. Yeah, artists and landscape designer Anton Smith urge the city council to vote. Yes. It is a neighborhood that hustle and Smith themselves, and countless others have been trying to rehabilitate, but Smith says the city has to do more for south LA and just put up some blue signs within that intersection. I know personally three murders have happened. At that intersection. I'm sure there are many more Smith is working on the destination Crenshaw, outdoor art and culture project. That hustle was trying to help. Bill near Lamarque park in the Crenshaw metro station, not far away from where hustle was gunned down LAPD chief Michael Moore says he can add more cops to the area. But the people trying to improve it are essential to ensure success. We needed those coalitions faith leaders, those those members of the public that are working to be peacemakers in our communities. We need them step forward violent crime in the area is a frustration. Even mayor Eric are said, he has lamented saying bucks a trend of lower crime in the rest of the city. He says he's open to all ideas to make the area safer for KCRW. Steve takes the dodgers will join the rest of major league baseball today in marking these seventy-second anniversary of Jackie Robinson's. Breaking baseball's color line. His widow Rachel daughter. Sharon and Sunday will throw a ceremonial first pitch before the game Dodger Stadium against the Cincinnati Reds pregame ceremonies. Waltz included performance by Herbie. Hancock, robin. Awesome. Played his entire major league career with the Brooklyn Dodgers, helping lead them to six nationally titles during his ten seasons and in nineteen fifty five their only World Series championship in Brooklyn. If you're thinking of doing a little star gazing Griffith park observatory in the next few weeks, you might not be able to get in the building or even on the grounds. That's because of some plant upgrades being made to the side as KCRW Salkin solace reports starting Monday, April twenty seconds, the Griffith park observatory and roads leading up to the landmark will be closed for two weeks. That means no cars and cyclists will be able to get up to the observatory. And there will also be some restrictions on pedestrians reaching hilltop viewpoints. The closures are happening to install LED lighting on roads and intersections put in new sidewalks and improved traffic flow at the observatories parking lot. A new air conditioning system is also being installed.

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"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

"Withheld for at least twenty four hours after next of kin notification in local news, the president may be heading our way President Donald Trump reportedly plans to visit Texas to raise money for his reelection campaign. The president is scheduled to attend fundraisers in Houston and San Antonio on April tenth according to sources, but the White House has not confirmed the plans Trump last visited Texas in February when he held a rally in El Paso, he was last in Houston. October when he held a campaign rally for Senator Ted Cruz at Toyota center, Corey Elson, NewsRadio seven forty KTAR H two people were shot this afternoon at a drive through to Lamarque. On FM seventeen sixty four Lamarque PD officers. This was at a sonic Lamarque. Viti officers found two people shot with possibly life threatening injuries. When they arrived, according to police details of the suspect or unknown in national news, a new laser technology could help people with chronic pain. And its first of a kind in the US that goes deep in the tissue and drastically reduces inflammation, the president had advanced regeneration Katrina rodeo Nova says that it could even help with patients getting off opioids corral the ball Maranatha that he's all in preaching sports injuries soft tissue injury arthritis heap. A knee pain, chronic back pain shoulder pain? She says it can only give relief to allergy sufferers as well by reducing inflammation in your sinus cavity, and allowing you to breathe a little bit better. And she says, it's very. Inexpensive price around ninety bucks. It is six oh three. According to new research. Many Americans fifty five and older have nothing in a work or individual retirement accounts estimated that forty one percent of US households headed by someone aged thirty five to sixty four are likely to run out of money in retirement AARP, Houston. Juanita Jimenez, Soto says people are opting to pay off debt for them. It's a higher priority than actual retirement funding..

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"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

"You're just gonna you know, the ninety percent of it eighty five percent of it. You can be all kinds of clay soil. You don't have to worry about what kind of soil. You just pack it down in there. And then the top couple of feet, then we're going to do that in a really good rose soil that has a composted element to it. And that's what we're going to plant new landscapes or new vegetable beds in we need that top twelve into a I say to at least the top foot twelve inches has to be a really good garden mix Abreau soil and compost blended together. You have anybody you recommend to do that. Or I don't. But you know, what you ought to do is call the closest soil yard near you and ask them if they know of anybody that has filter that they're willing to give up because people are loved to get rid of the filter, and you can get that for just pennies on the dollar. It's that top foot that if you're going to do any kind of planning in on top of that fill that you need to have a really good quality rose soil compost mix together. So I would call a local soil yard, first and foremost if you want to really get down to the nitty gritty of it. And you wanna talk to couple of experts you could talk to Louise L U IS at the ground up dot com. If you get a hold of him or talk to John at nature's way resources John is the owner and operator now know all things about soil, and they also know where cheap fill dirt normally is. We gotta take a quick break. We'll be back with it. Looks like Jeff in spring. I'm sorry. I take that back. It's going to be Chris and BelAir then Jeff in spring, and then Mellon Lamarque, and we'll get to those calls right after this break garnered line with Randy lemon spreading and compost compost spreading the compost since nineteen Ninety-six. Whatever party you dream up. Party city will help you bring it to life. We're your Dr Seuss headquarters, we've got you covered from head to toe with your favorite characters from big one and things to to the cap the himself and his hat half from two six thousand nine at party city shop costumes dresses, teachers PJ's ties, apps, headbands and.

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"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

"Never put forth the necessary plans to even qualify for the application that they win nationally requesting till we said, no the new agreement allows the facility to only hold sixteen and seventeen year olds. But southwest cay must first make some. Repairs to the center before it can open Houston. Police say Thursday's arrests avait rice village man, accused of offering his pet dogs for sex may lead to additional charges down the road to ultra underground scenes. So we don't know how deep this goes. We believe there's a large group of people in the Houston area and the state in the country that are involved in bestiality police say thirty one year old Juan Pablo Shannon, presented photos of one of his dogs to an undercover officer a total of three dogs were taken into custody. Rally investigation continues. L? If you're filling the tank in Lamarque before warned skimmers have been found the Lamarque police department says they found to credit card skimmers on local gas pumps. This is the next on convenience store on FM five nineteen at the Gulf freeway. Investigators say the other pumps look like they had not been monkey with. But it's another opportunity for officers do advise you to look closely at gas pumps and ATM's before sticking a credit card into the slot. Nikki Courtney NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h h news time is now four zero three. Well, it's the middle of February. And drivers know what that means gas prices starting to go up and Daniel Armbruster AAA Texas telling KTAR h.

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"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

"Scene saying this. So we don't know how deep this goes we believe there's a large group of people in the Houston area in the state and the country better that involved in bestiality police say thirty one year old Juan Pablo shin presented photos of one of his dogs to an undercover officer a total of three dogs were taken into custody. While the investigation continues filling the tank Lamarque be before warned skimmers have been found. The Lamarque police department says they found to credit card skimmers on local gas pumps. This is at the next on convenience store on FM five nineteen in the Gulf freeway. Investigators say the other pumps look closely a gas pumps and ATM's before sticking a credit card into the slot. Nikki Courtney NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h KTAR h news time is twelve. Oh, three President Trump is calling on California. To return three and a half billion dollars for the bullet train project that he's calling a green disaster. California's new governor Gavin Newsom said this week that he was scaling back the project to build a bullet train line from San Francisco to Los Angeles that was approved by voters in two thousand eight Newsom said on Tuesday the project had been botched and cost too much when announcing he was scaling it back. He said the state may restart the project in the future. And would continue seeking federal and private sector funding. Trump tweeted that the state wasted billions of dollars and the government wants its money back. That's Mark Mayfield reporting the middle of February. And drivers know what that means gas prices go up Dan Armbruster with AAA Texas telling KTAR, h that's exactly what we're seeing right now, Houston, we saw a.

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"lamarque" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"lamarque" Discussed on EconTalk

"There's the body there's the environment, and and so an organism can transform in. The course of its lifetime in heritable ways. And I think biologists are currently interested in studying that I've gotten actually sort of. Connected with a group of biologists through my colleague at Stanford. Mark Feldman and his sort of I guess collaborator. Kevin Leyland who's at the university of Saint Andrews. And they've invited me to a couple of conferences. It's been really fascinating. So they are at work on something. They call the extent of luminaries, synthesis, which is trying to build back into blue Baldi all those areas outside the genes that that the kind of Neo Darwin darwinist tradition had left out so from from the from the larger sell to the body to the environment to even they're interested in the culture of an of animals and animal behavior, and that's been really fascinating for me to be a part of those conversations. So I wanted to a different lesson from your book, which I don't understand too long book. Get a lot of talk about there's a whole bunch of. Very indepth intellectual history that that that you explore there. And so you don't have obviously rumor time for everything. But one of the things that struck me as I read it was was the following. It's addition it's come up on the program before. If you read these brilliant people to cart, cont Darwin Lamarque, and in a few dozen other of their colleagues that you write about in some detail, amazingly, aired ibook one thing that strikes you at least it struck, man. Love your reaction is that they just had no idea. They were really smart, and they had of course, limited knowledge of all kinds of things genetics being one obvious example for the list that I just gave you, but they limited knowledge, and so their idea of say how're human beings different than animals. They had all kinds of wacky ideas that were that we look at now and laugh about but it strikes me. We haven't made that much progress on a lot of these issues in the second thing that strikes me unite talked about this before we came on the air is that a lot of times, we latch onto a metaphor like a clock because it's the most advanced thing, we can possibly think of so that was true in say seventeen fifty and at that point than the later became say the steam engine or the combustion engine became a better metaphor. And now, it's the computer. So we say, well, you know, venture will understand that maybe the whole universe is a computer. It's all simulated some really where people believe this or at least consider it or speculate about it. That the entire universe is a computer simulation? It's like really if you read intellectual history, which is what your book is you realize that we're just really in the dark a lot of the time. Now doesn't mean don't be a moment where we're the sunlight may we'll have quote, finally figured this out whatever this is. But it strikes me that humility is one of the lessons, you might gather from some of these questions in our temps dance room. Yeah. It's interesting. I think in the history of an example is in the history of artificial intelligence. Well, let me back up for moment and say that I think both things are are true on the one hand sciences make tremendous extrordinary progress and on the other hand, it seems like certain problem core problems don't get any closer to being solved even wall that tremendous extraordinary progress is happening. And so an example of this is in the history of artificial intelligence, I think many artificial intelligence researchers have have talked about this problem of a kind of moving of the goalposts..

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"lamarque" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"lamarque" Discussed on EconTalk

"You can even hear the kind of resonance in Darwin's writing of some of these rhythms and way of phrasing things and Darwin basically said I'm I'm doing paly, but I just taking out the God parts. So a, and that's an interesting thing to think about can you if you if you adopt that model of living things as passive clockwork mechanisms can you then just take out the God part, or isn't it implicit in that model and don't you need a kind of different model of of living mechanism? So so why does that matter? I mean, why why for a modern scientist today who's not interested in God or for sure who's usually mocked by most modernise moderns? Why is that relevant? Why should I care about this old historical problem that you're talking about this tension? This issue of just doing my science, leave me alone worry about this. Right. Good question. Well, I think because I think faxing scientists if they don't know so much about the history of their science, then they don't fully understand the stakes of their of their own convictions. So if you have a conviction that scrubbing agency to an evolving organism is unsigned Tiffin. But you don't realize that that emerged from this older, theological division of labor. Then I think you haven't fully understood the stakes of your own what you take to be axiomatic today in the twenty first century. Darwin. Darwin himself was tremendously torn between the paley model of clockwork, passive clockwork, and the Lamarque model of living things is self making self transforming machines. That's hello. Mark saw things Lamarque, of course, was in very bad odor in. In the nineteen of well has been I think he continues to be an many circles and very bad odor. But initially at the end of the eighteenth and going into the nineteenth century Lamarque was associated with the French revolution with materialism with regicide with with Jakobsen ISM, radical politics. And so, you know, Darwin sort of struggled to reconcile these two competing models and with all of this politics surrounding them. And if you don't know about that history, then you as a practicing biologist today, and you know, twenty nineteen you don't fully understand why Lamarque in sounds to you like bad science. And it would also discourage you from being opened at the idea genetics at that some traits can be passed on which increasingly smaller is not important large ones necessarily. But that it is possible at all is absolutely stunning. Given the way people were believing for the last few hundred years, and it's miss that. You'd be biased against it. Exactly. And end. In fact, I think you mentioned earlier that lamarcus them is having a sort of comeback today. And maybe I should specify think. That's right. And and what what I mean by lamarcus them is it isn't it isn't that by stretching for the fruit that your f- gets a longer passes it onto their children, which is those sort of parody that. But that's the way we're all taught now like, oh that was the wrong idea because that doesn't happen, right? I remember learning that in high school vilocci as an example of total wrongheadedness the draft stretching its neck, but by Lamar by by lamarcus lamarcus him market biology. What I mean is the first of all the idea that an organism can change in. The course of its lifetime in ways that can be heritable. And as you say EPA genetics is one area one current sort of very hot area of biological research in which people are finding that organisms can transform in ways that are not within the genome, but, but you know, outside the the genes there's a lot there's a lot of things there's the cell..

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"lamarque" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"lamarque" Discussed on EconTalk

"And Lamarque the the French naturalists Trump's he's Lamar who was the really the first person at the end of the eighteenth century beginning of the nineteenth century to develop a theory of what we would now call volition, he didn't use that word he, but but transformation of living forms Lamarque was the first develop a theory of that. And he identified kind of a spectrum of forms of agency going all the way down to very very rudimentary sensitivity and reactive nece to the environment. And then all the way up he says, he said that at the level of birds and mammals that was the level of complexity at which organisms could respond by acts of will to their environments and shape them selves through actual acts of will by forming habits in response to their environment. So there's certainly a spectrum of forms of living agency in the history of biology. Works having a bit of a comeback. We will get to that later. I think that's yeah. Fred ably interested. Yeah. But let's I'm gonna go back to the bench and photo Tropez. I soon that means that if you put a plant in on a table, it'll turn toward the sun and start growing toward the sun. Which is we would often in science will certainly do this. We certainly do this in economics. We would say the plant acts as if it seeks the sun. We don't think the plant is conscious. But we find it useful to use a metaphor of intention and agency to describe that activity that action that result. And and what's fascinating about to me about much of what you write about is that, you know, I think most scientists we don't really mean the plant wants to get to the sun. We're just it just a metaphor. And yet we struggled to keep those metaphors separate from the. Reality right. Yeah. I mentioned in the introduction to the book. It's funny. Actually, this is one of the passages. The people have responded to the most I mentioned a conversation that I had with a good friend of mine actually, one of my college roommates who's a biologist now. And I was talking with her about this. You know, she was saying that biologists in conversation in casual settings it all the time speak as though the organisms they study had agency were seeking things and striving for things, and and so forth and she said, but we would never publish in those terms. We would never, you know, this is sort of only okay for casual conversation. And I think that's sort of an interesting thing, you know, if you find a community of researchers who speak in one way and published in another way, it's sort of an interesting phenomenon. Why is that I'm interested? So that one way to describe what I was interested in the book is history of that situation. Why do biologists speak? In this way, casually, but they would never publish in that in those terms you, and I have a colleague at Stanford in the business goal, Paul flayed, or I don't know if you know Paul, but he wrote a very provocative peace, and we talked about it on any contact. And we'll linked to it where he talked about the.

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"lamarque" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"lamarque" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Learning eleven o'clock. I'm Jerry Recco. Thoughts from diangelo Russel of the nets. Sure. The teams in sixth place in the east. You can only play the game on the calendar. I've never been to the playoffs. And I really don't know what it takes to make it to the playoffs. I try to stay where I'm at keep that same mentality of this one game at a time next game onto the next one type Russell against with Joe and Evan on the fan on Thursday that having been said as well, he's he's been playing Spencer Dinwiddie has really been the rock for this club. All season y'all along he's got a right thumb injury. Some reports say torn ligament could miss four to six weeks team is not confirmed that nets Knicks tonight. Have it for you on the fan at seven so lottery? The nets have Spencer deputy listed as questionable very strange questionable. I saw four to six weeks yesterday. And I said, you gotta be kidding came in today. Nothing from if I'm not mistaken if he needs surgery is four to six weeks being evaluated. Right. So if he doesn't need surgery mercy terrorists Lamarque, hopefully, he's coming back soon. I even I hate to say this guy's name. But I got a mention it with Dinwiddie out potentially. Where's Alan crab? They could use them properly Hollis Jefferson. What's his status? First of all, I'm just mentioned dyers heart. Yeah. Because it's not fully related to this. He's played with eliminating him from the rotation to begin with guy, trivial grabbing you did you hear Kenny with Mike yesterday? I did not first of all Mike. The nets are a playoff team right show. My team a little bit more. Love the second of all Kenny lobster Viagra. You could hear it. And you know, what the biggest story coming out of that interview was might said I'm excited. I should invite him to sit with me. Mike said I'm good to go to a net game after the Super Bowl. Sure. To check place to play. I'm in my seat. I did hear Kenny Atkinson, tell him not the Barclay center is alive and rocket is. Let's go. Do you think? Mike would sit upstairs in my job at my season. Tickets. Jeff, very good signal. No, I doubt it. Doubted dodgers, come to terms.

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"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"lamarque" Discussed on KTRH

"Tonight, thirty nine degrees. Tomorrow morning, clouds after sunshine, a high of sixty Saturday, partly cloudy, high of sixty three I'm Scott Lawrimore, the Weather Channel forty nine now to clear skies at the KTAR h top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center. KTAR h news time eight oh one our top story. President Trump says he's open to new ideas after a pair of proposals to fully open. The government fell short in the Senate today a pair of votes failed to advance to competing proposals to end the government shutdown the Senate blocked legislation that was based on President Trump's border wall proposal fifty to forty seven that was short of sixty votes needed. A second proposal from Democrats extended current government funding through early February. It also fell short fifty. Two to forty four it found support from six Senate Republicans groups of bipartisan senators are now meeting behind closed doors working on potential compromises, including top Republican and democrat, Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer who met after the failed votes on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News. A former Lamarque city employ now on bond after being arrested for possession of child porn, skaters tracked, the porn downloads to the home of thirty year old Brandon Hanes served a search warrant back on January didn't change his apartment. Where reportedly admitted to possessing the images on his phone and computer Hanes was fired from his job. The city's IT department that same day a major drug bust. Nets to arrested a home Sugarland for been county. Narcotics agents raided the home near west Belford and Eldridge and found fifty grams of pot eighty two grams of cocaine one hundred twenty grams of THC thousands of ecstasy and Xanax pills nearly six thousand dollars in cash and eleven guns. Officers arrested twenty nine year old Edwin Garcia in twenty five year old Hector Garcia. Gas prices jumped up last week and Daniel Armbruster with AAA Texas says the trend continues with prices now hitting a dollar ninety six around Houston pretty much primarily due to rising crude oil prices, and really that's what we're going to be watching in the coming days. Crude oil prices are going to be a dominant factor towards terming. What drivers are going to be paying here in the coming weeks? But it could be worse gas is still more than thirty cents cheaper than it was a year ago today KTAR h news time eight oh, three rocket superstar. James harden has been voted a starter for the NBA all star game for the third straight season. Harden was recently asked about his historic scoring run. That is second only to hall of Famer Wilt Chamberlain one.

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"lamarque" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"lamarque" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"And you know, they drew out these these trees these Clayton grams or these files Giannis, it was It all was just. all just based on the way things looked for a really long time right based on morphology based on the week things. Look and for a long time, and it's it's a complicated. But fascinating story and most people even people who accept the theory of evolution don't realize that Darwin's particular theory of evolution by natural. Selection was not accepted with the publication of the origin of species or for decades afterwards during his lifetime. He persuaded the essentially literate world that evolution had occurred. But there was still great resistance to the idea that it was a result of random you tation natural selection. There were people in the eighteen eighteen nineties nineteen ten's who are still arguing that. No. There must be some sort of a progressive instinct there were a number of other theories. That offered themselves as the mechanism for evolution. Accepted, but the mechanism was only random mutation and natural selection. People found that impossible to accept until what we now talk of is the modern synthesis that the Neo Dir Winnie and synthesis of the nineteen thirties. Finally, we had Mendel 's theory of genetics had been rediscovered nineteen a one. And we had we had a group of scientists who were looking at the fossil record. They were looking at the distribution of living creatures on earth. They were looking at embryology. They were looking at genetics and they put together the woods. Call the Darwinian, synthesis. People like Ernst Mayer, and George Gaylord Simpson and r a Fisher a number of others during the nineteen thirties. And then people accepted scientists accepted. Okay. Yes. It was ever Lucien. And yes, Darwin was right. It was random mutation incremental very slow. Oh and natural selection. And then so that became the new orthodoxy of evolutionary biology, the modern, quote, unquote modern synthesis Neo Darwinism and Neo Darwinism was more Darwinian even than Darwin because our Neo Darwinism rejected the idea of the inheritance of acquired characteristics. What is commonly and loosely called lamarcus after after Jean Baptiste Lamarque? But in fact, it's it's also in the origin of species Darwin gave some attention to the inheritance of acquired at patients as as a secondary mechanism probably wrong, or depending on how you define it. But it was there in the Arjun species so Neo Darwinism, the modern synthesis rejected that and and this became the new orthodoxy that that evolution occurs because of random you tation. Tiny variations natural selection, period. Foodstuff that was the accepted truth from the nineteen thirties for like fifty years is that was people. And in a way, I mean, let's let's take a second to say that wouldn't Darwin first published when Wallace first published like we said, we didn't know jeans existed. And even when mental was doing his original experiments. There was no concept of the, gene. There's just the concept of this packet of inheritance that was sort of passed on like, this was the first conversation about what was that thing that was transferred or that was put together when egging sperm fuse than the new offspring or he was working with plants. So there was no firm. But this this legal thing that we can't really see. But it continues on down a lineage. I mean, it's pretty incr-. Label that the outcome. The process was able to be so cleanly described without a mechanism to explain it. So then once we found that mechanism or at least what we thought was the whole picture. It was like holy crap. This really supports this idea. Exactly. It was only for sure. And then as you said fifty years later came this new challenge to that orthodoxy. Now, I want to be very very clear and emphatic about this I write about this radical new view of life radical new history of life began with Carl woes molecular filer genetics redrawing the tree of life challenging aspects of Neo Darwinism. Am I saying Darwin was wrong? No. I'm not saying Darwin wrong, Darwin LA's, right right right about the big things about most things. And there have been a couple of reviewers of the tangled tree who have I think kind of willful willfully MS read me on that. I think I'm pretty clear in the book. But maybe maybe it's is worth being even more emphatic about it woes and others came along. And they challenged some aspects of Neo Darwinism natural selection is alive, and well, they did not challenge that it's there. It's intact. Darwin was right about it was a great..

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Gary Joseph, Football and Cheerleading Coach discussed on Houston Morning News

Houston Morning News

00:24 sec | 4 years ago

Gary Joseph, Football and Cheerleading Coach discussed on Houston Morning News

"News Radio seven forty KTAR h. dime now. For the news here sheriff fryer good morning everyone is now five. Thirty one on. NewsRadio seven. Forty KTAR h this news sponsored by Lamarque economic. Development initiative the top story this hour Texas school district is considering a protest guide when it comes to the national anthem before football games arches Cassandra's Live with that.

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Feds say 2,047 separated children still in custody

02:00 min | 4 years ago

Feds say 2,047 separated children still in custody

"Immigration suit explosion at hospital construction site i'm tim maguire within a p news minute seventeen states are suing the trump administration to reunite children separated from their families after crossing the border health and human services secretary alex are our congressional hearing was asked how many children are still separate believe we had we have had a high of over twenty three hundred children that were separated from their parents as a result of the enforcement policy we now have two thousand four a construction worker is dead dozen others hurt after an explosion at an addition to a hospital in gatesville texas which is some thirty miles from waco i smell ceo david byron was at a meeting when the explosion happened this afternoon tremendous wives felt like a bomb i will tell you that i often went through my mind the explosion brought down parts of the hospital edition it was being built no hospital staffers or patients were hurt three or four of the victims are in critical condition some was severe burns i'm tim maguire britain's prince william is in israel on an historic tour ap's charles de la desma reports he started with a visit to a holocaust memorial prince william also known as the duke of cambridge has arrived in israel for the first official visit by a member of the royal family to the tumultuous region london once ruled and his first stop is sham the duke is touring the memorial's exhibitions detailing the death of six million jews during world war two and meeting to survivors who escaped for the safety of britain though his mideast trip is being billed as nonpolitical and places a special emphasis on joint israeli arab projects julia will also meet with israeli and palestinian leaders and visit lamarque sites i'm charles de la desma safer has find three switzerland players for making hand gestures have an albanian national symbol to celebrate world cup goals against serbia granite jacka and jed and shakira received a warning and a fine.

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