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"lordstown ohio lordstown" Discussed on Talking Tesla

Talking Tesla

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"lordstown ohio lordstown" Discussed on Talking Tesla

"Highlands, Nuremberg skills. It's time for another alone today and a couple of you noted that the contest we'll also just sort of cut off well. That was where we called it. The one where we screwed up the end you see what happened was would happen. Was I failed to run the backup and robots battery ran out. About halfway through, but upsetting really. But Tomes, recording a my recording for the next Ariza was okay. So. There's a couple of little snippets that I'm going to fire out in the next couple of days next week. Just. US Paul Robert is going to be left out and one of the things we talked is electric trucks. No, no, not no, no, not reviewing. Another one this one. I heard today. Can you confirm or deny an NPR story today? Of A an electric truck company I've never heard of that had taken over GM plant somewhere I think Ohio that is making pickup trucks. And it's not lucid, not riven. Another one and they've actually started production. Can you, please confirm Dong or so. It's the GM plant in Lordstown Ohio. Lordstown. That's the one I know. It's the endurance Lordstown. motown motors the endurance. Jewel this came out of. The start up building electric pickup scheduled to be unveiled on Thursday and this was a story from June twenty third. So that's GonNa be two days from now. They're gonNA actually unveil the trucks, not building it so just to follow up a little bit on this truck situation. This is where we are in the world of electrified trucks cyber. Truck Ford F one fifty electric GM's new electric Hummer..

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"lordstown ohio lordstown" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"lordstown ohio lordstown" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Visit friends go back as tax dot com watching the Tripoli Jan cams in the allowable group twenty four hour traffic center Dennis knew Barker W. W. J. two is ready knights of terrible weather in Nashville Tennessee overnight what about our weather let's get dean devore and just the amazing and we're gonna see I think that repeated more down in that zone in the next a couple of weeks unfortunately it's like more severe weather in that area of the country couple sprinkles for us some sunny breaks it's breezy temperatures up near fifty and then we do get some showers and that'll be for late this afternoon mid to late afternoon or early evening I think it ends of some flurries in the heavier snow showers specially north of the city as we drop to near freezing fog rain or snow showers morning tomorrow and then sunny breaks up to forty six in the afternoon and Sunday clouds late day rain showers on Thursday upper forties rain and snow showers Friday morning and then recently windy colder Friday upper thirties then we moderate back in the forties with some sunshine on Saturday temperatures at this early hour thirty three downtown intimate to report going up to near fifty I'm accu weather meteorologist needed for W. W. JT journaling fifty we've got you covered with traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids newsradio nine fifty W. W. J. playing with your new phone or Alexa don't forget you can hear W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty on both on your phone download the freeze dot com that is W. W. J. W. W. J. nine fifty line in local news radio nine fifty W. Detroit Hamtramck isn't the only long time GM plant being converted to make electric vehicles are ought to be reporter Jeff Gilbert has an update on what's going on the former GM Lordstown Lordstown Ohio Lordstown motors which bought the plant from GM wants to start production of their electric picked up by the end of the year they expect to hire about four hundred fifty workers in the fall CEO Steve burns as they've already hired Evey experts from major carmakers and many of them are working in this area I mean engineering offices in Detroit because.

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Trump budget targets loan program that could help Lordstown

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

Trump budget targets loan program that could help Lordstown

"The trump administration's budget proposal kills a loan program that could help but I'm startling trick card company reviews the now closed General Motors factory Lordstown Ohio Lordstown voters is asking for a two hundred million dollar loan possibly it's thinking about it from the advanced technology vehicles manufacturing loan program it's also getting a forty million dollar loan from

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"lordstown ohio lordstown" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"lordstown ohio lordstown" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Real get rational yet. Rick the Rick under show. Welcome back to the reconquer show. Now, if you listen to this program, you hear the word Lordstown come up quite a bit y'all know from Youngstown, Ohio Ono union guy. And you all know that I've been pretty disgusted by what happened in my hometown. With the closing of the Lord's town plant, one of the people who I have watched fighting mightily, and that's the only way I know how to put it because I've been watching with this guy has been doing. I'm talking about David Greene. Who is the president of UAW local one one one two he the union leader who looks after the people who were working in the three shifts at the Lordstown plant who are working no longer, David one. Thank you for coming in today. Thanks for having me. Rick. It's my pleasure. I, you know, we'll talk a little bit later about the attack that President Trump decided to go against you with. I don't know. I thought you did the right thing by basically not taking the bait. But I wanna start with something that happened yesterday. The president coming down pretty hard on the international association of fighter fighters firefighters because they chose to endorse. Joe Biden, the president making the point that, you know, what union leadership is always for the Democrats, but union membership or that's a very different story. I am curious from your perspective. Is that true? Do you see a split in union leadership around the country, and you know, who they may support traditionally Democrats and the membership. Are they going another way? Traditionally democrats. Yeah. But our local union we have endorsed Republicans in the past. And and you know, our biggest thing is looking at how people vote if they voted in support of working and labor working folks labor issues, then we will support. Right. So it doesn't really matter. What is next to your name? We did have a lot of members. I think flip over the last presidential election voted for Donald Trump. Whether they didn't like Hillary, or you know, he came to Youngstown and talked about, you know, all these jobs or coming back. Don't sell your house that everything's gonna be great and huge wonderful. We haven't seen that. So I I'm real curious to see in twenty twenty. I think the flip is going to go the other way. Well, that that leads to the next question. I was going to raise absolutely true. We all know that Donald Trump showed up in Youngstown showed up Lordstown if I'm not mistaken. And made that pitch. We've all heard of where he said don't sell your house's don't lead the area. Things are going to be beautiful. And of course, things did not turn out to be beautiful at all. Now. The the numbers show that both Trumbull county and Mahoney county did go for Trump in the last election. I think in Mahoning county the first time they had gone Republican in God knows how many years, and as you talk to your friends, your union members is this the censure getting that maybe they feel that they were taking in a bit and Mike go a different direction in two thousand twenty. Yeah. I think that that's some people are definitely going to be switching years for other people. It's hard to talk about, you know, it's I don't know if it's your personal preference or guy part of it's like an ego thing. Right. So got your guy. You standby mill matter what. But when they walk into the voting booth, I think people do something dramatically different interesting. Let's talk a little bit about Lordstown is the factory still operating. Or is it now are all three shifts gone. All three ships are gone. As of March eighth Fisher last day. The last shift there were people in there for about three to four weeks building, you know, service parts goods doors fenders for people who purchase cars, they get an accident. You know, GM union Lordstown made replacement parts for their vehicle. War. We're done doing that now and just cleaning clean and a lot of stuff out cleaning out the plant is that people are going in cleaning out now. So yeah. Like out there working right now. And and I'm on a four truck, and we're taking stuff outside scrapping on things that are leftover. That's just kinda sad. Well, you know, it's interesting David people relate to you. They hear your name around the country as the union leader. But I don't think they realize that you work Lordstown and you're losing your job to. Yeah. Yeah. I work in the actually in the plant. You know, part of the the agreement is when there's unless than five hundred people I'm on a job. So I'm on a job most days, and, you know, down into done when you know, probably in the next month or so I'm gonna be laid off. And I guess my hope is that I don't have to transfer that I can wait this thing out. So we get some future product allocated here. Let's talk about that. What are the what what's the prognosis? Is this looking like. The GM might come around to put something else in there. I think they I really do believe that some product is gonna come into the plant. I don't know ski a truck or an electric car or something in between. But it doesn't appear to me that they are closing it up to sell it. And I know that they have had some offers, and and none of that has been viable. So that leads me to believe that they do plan to do something there. But they're holding all that very close to their chest. If you just joining us, we're speaking with David Greene who is the president of U A W local one one one two in Lordstown, Ohio Lordstown, of course, the factory that General Motors has shutdown. Just disappointing to say the least. But kinda made a liar out of the president who would showed up Lordstown to say don't sell your house's. Don't leave town things. They're going to be great here and son of a gun away. They go David how how is it going? I know how difficult things are in that part of the country. So I assume that you're seeing. A lot of the members of your union looking for other work now. Now, the steel industry is affecting gone from that area. Now, we got one of the biggest employers GM Lordstown going from the area, maybe hopefully staying out where people going to find jobs. Well, right now, we've got our WGM workers quite a few of them are transferring. So they're looking at going to other locations, we've got quite a few people getting pushed to Wentz Ville, and you know, Michigan spring hill, Tennessee, bowling green. We've got people who are transferring all over the country right now. Now, we also represent folks from lead sanitation and Magnus seeding Jamestown industries. These people have nowhere to go. So they're trying to eat or look for a job or go back to school through THE are a program. We're trying to get them retrain. So they can get back back into school. Get some new. Certificates to either be a welder. Whatever is they're interested in doing interesting. I want to get into with you the future for the American union movement. But I think I want to say that for our next segment. So so let me ask you this when these people transfer, and at least they still have jobs, but what happens to their homes. It's not the easiest time to try and sell a home in that area. What happens? How does it? Do. They lose a fortune. What happens to them? Yeah. I mean, it's a difficult situation. Do they get any help from GM if they transfer you get a thirty thousand dollars you can receive over three year periods. So they give you a little, you know, five six grand after year, you get a little more money after another year get a little more money to help that transition period out. But it's it's difficult, you know, packing up, especially if you had roots here for some people, it's great they're going back home. They were from somewhere else. But for the people from this community yet difficult can care an ailing parents or kids special needs, and all these things it's difficult to just like pack up and go people are doing it. I think they recognize that it is a good job. They do like take a lot of pride. What they do built in cars fixing cars working on machinery, it's kind of a dying art. And in our our members really do enjoy, you know, building things with their hands. It's it's quite quite amazing. All right. Well, let's. Take a break here when we come back David greens going to stay with us. And I wanna talk a lot more about the future of the private labor union movement in the United States. We can to be sure. But is there a future for an stay with us more with David green? When we continue here on the Rick under show one rational.

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"lordstown ohio lordstown" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"lordstown ohio lordstown" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Patient's immune system, giving him the donors HIV resistance findings published in the journal nature warned that such transplants are dangerous and had failed and other patients. I'm Scott Carr state of California has filed it's forty seven lawsuit against the Trump administration. This sued over the White House, cutting federal family planning funding. California's not the only one twenty states have filed or planning to file lawsuits to stop a new rule from taking effect that would block titled ten funding to any family planning organization that provides women information. About or referrals to abortion services. Medical care should be between a woman and her doctor, not the president of the United States State attorney general hobby for Sarah says California has the most to lose by the new rule. Well, no federal money. We're told funds abortions funding would be taken away from places like Planned Parenthood and given to faith-based pregnancy centers. The new rule is expected to take effect in may Jim Roope. Los Angeles lights supremacist groups spreading hate at an accelerating rate. Implicit or explicit attacks on Jews blacks, Muslims nonwhite immigrants and the LGBTQ community often spread by flyers on campuses. And elsewhere there were eight hundred and sixty eight such incidents last year. Overall is an increase of about one hundred eighty percents from just over four hundred and twenty seventeen George Salim the Anti-Defamation League which conducted the study the AD L says to white supremacist groups accounted for three quarters of those incidents. Vicki Barker, CBS news tomorrow will be the last day. Day of production for one GM plant in Lordstown, Ohio Lordstown workers have already been transferred. Others have applied. Still others. Have retired UAW local eleven twelve ice. President Tim O'Hara says Manny remain in limbo. A lot of our people that haven't already left. You know, they're kinda just gonna ride it out and see what the future holds down the road, the final status of the GM plants will be decided in union negotiations this summer, Jeff Gilbert, CBS news, Detroit, turns out heatwaves happened in the ocean the same they do on land. But scientists saying increasingly catastrophic results the first systematic global analysis of ocean heat waves has found warming episodes on the ocean floor have increased by more than fifty percent in the past thirty years killing off some of the kelp forests, seagrass meadows and coral reefs essential for maintaining ocean food chain researcher Pippa more in Western Australia in twenty eleven some marine forest actually died either stretch of hundreds of kilometers and haven't returned since then coastal waters from California to Australia to Spain all affected and the scientists predict the heat waves will only become more frequent add more deadly in.

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"lordstown ohio lordstown" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"lordstown ohio lordstown" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Scott Carr. The state of California has filed its forty seventh lawsuit against the Trump administration. The suit over the White House, cutting federal family planning funding. California's not the only one twenty states have filed or planning to file lawsuits to stop a new rule from taking effect that would block titled ten funding to any family planning organization that provides women information about or. Or referrals to abortion services? Medical care should be between a woman and her doctor, not the president of the United States State attorney general hobby viscera says California has the most to lose by the new rule. Well, no federal money. We're told funds abortions funding would be taken away from places like Planned Parenthood and given to faith-based pregnancy centers. The new rule is expected to take effect in may Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Tomorrow will be the last day of production for one GM plant in Lordstown, Ohio Lordstown workers have already been transferred. Others have applied. Still others. Have retired UAW local eleven twelve. Vice president Tim O'Hara says many remain in limbo. A lot of our people that haven't already left, you know, they're kinda just going to ride it out and see what the future holds down the road, the final status of the GM plants will be decided in union negotiations this summer, Jeff Gilbert, CBS news, Detroit and Indiana team passes the ACT test. With flying colors aced. The ACT fifteen year old Andy Kabashi of Indiana had a perfect score felt bike. Easier, but not easy enough that I would have thought I got a thirty six is school junior. Skipped a couple of grades took calculus with high school students when he was in middle school. I taking the ACT when he was fourteen and scored a thirty five by the time kids, Andy's ager entering college. He'll already be graduating Gary Nunn, CBS news. W entertainment.

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