10 Burst results for "Lynn Chambers"
"lynn chambers" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Am 6 40 comedy show when they were really, really hot 1984 85 Was driving limousine at the time, and as I was asked to go pick up this young group in West Hollywood and driving to Santa Barbara, but they did a concert and driving back Tol. West Hollywood and I didn't know who they were. It was men at work. That's awesome. Right? So I'm driving him up there and Let's put it this way while they were driving up there. They seem to have had a whole lot more energy once they got there. It's all that Vegemite the head. Yeah, and then one of the guys in the band said Hey, You want to join us, right? And my name? I'm the driver tonight, Bob, you know, And I don't wanna be on people magazine. So I think in the past, but, man, they're really cool dudes, and they were huge. Plus, your dad was still around, And he said, Well, I'm gonna pick you up if you had gotten arrested for something like that. Exactly Right. I was you put the fear of God in me, man. Unbelievable. All right last year. I don't think they had this golf tournament, but I got a call saying, Hey, can we come on the show there's a year ago and promote this golf tournament and and then it was canceled, like Ah, yeah, well, maybe next year. Hoping that forget, but they didn't so ladies and gentlemen, Terry is with us. Terry, How are you? I am doing great, Terry called. Oh, I love by the way I actually love up Lin. It reminds me of being in the Midwest. It's just like a beautiful vibe out there. We're with big lots and you know kids running around with their bikes and playing with other kids in the neighborhood. Whatever upload is done over the last 10 or 15 years, man, it's become a really attractive place to raise kids. That's known as the city of gracious living, and that's what we are all about, and they got that restaurant There is called the big hat or big top hat or something like that. What's called the hat. The hat it had if I happen, right, hot. My only complaint with the hat. Yeah, I only complain with that restaurant is I wish they gave me more pastrami on the sandwich. You know what I mean? E think they give you a lot, man. Look, I one sandwich Well last year, you know, three months. You ever go to that place that crazy? Yeah, it's a mile from my house. I think that's prize. A great big, So Yeah, it's a It's like a gallstones bag full of fries. That's the first place I had like a pastrami. Burger, which is all it really is unbelievable. And anyway, so I love the place out there and, you know, like you got, you know that old. There's like a Coco's out there in a Chevrolet dealer, but it's like going back into 1975. And it hasn't been killed with big malls or big billboards is not a lot of homeless. This is not a lot of crime and literally is what the San Fernando used to be a San Fernando Valley used to be like in 1972. Wow. Yeah, We like keeping up the way we are, and we are doing great things out here, and that's why I was in this golf tournament really about promoting the small business and that's why they call it gourmet golf. We are dining on the whole Every other hole is a restaurant or a small business, Okay and wait to get the business is out there promoting themselves. It's a great idea and and the tournament is in May, right? Yep. Monday, May 17th okay Monday, and what is it cool if somebody wants to play if you just want to play and come out just one. Just to be a golfer. It $175 And we're looking for four sons, right? Even have corporate foursome. Let's come out and spend the day with us. But 435 you get a lot you get like a meal at every hole You also get. You know there's closest to the pin, longest pot all that stuff and you can actually clean up contest, right? Looks like breakfast lunch. And then after we even have an award dinner with raffle, so it's like a whole day out there on the course with that is up, one have their own police department. Yes, And they called, but that oh, lots of 19 to 4 cents of our police officers that, um, I think what's gonna happen in California and it'll spread throughout the rest of the nation. I think people I think communities they're going to start to have their own police force that know the neighbors that know the neighborhood. Like Burbank is a good example of you know, I really feel like you know, the Burbank Police Department, you know, really knows the vibe in Burbank. They live, you know, and they live and breathe in Burbank, and I think these smaller police department's gonna be the wave of the future. Yeah. Yes, Yes, we'll ever please. You have chief Karen Goodman, who's our police chief out there And, yeah, he's doing a great job out there, and they really are part of our community. And I've never heard anyone in up and say, you know, it's time to defund the cops. All right. So maybe May 17th and and and you can also do agree corporate sponsors. I think you're looking for corporate sponsors as well. But where does the money go when you guys raise Actually, the money goes after back to the chamber of Commerce that we're doing. This is one of our fundraisers because we're a small nonprofit, so that the end of the year we do give back money to the community. So around November time As you just different events. We do the sort of Fidel's the taste of I eat. And then we give back We get back to my boss Mon on process that air out here, Um And that's what we end up doing Now. The tape was really small business. The taste of of the I E is always, um, I think it's always emceed by by Chris Little. Is that correct? Yes, Yes, That's what it comes out. Yes, we left him out there. He's been after. I think now for years with us were over at the Doubletree in criminal. Right. And you're on Lee, standing rural with rural with with Chris Little, the news director here, Okay if I he can emcee but no family improv. Is that true? What do you mean by that family in pop, You'll have to ask him. All right. So where do people sign up? They sign up. I believe it up. Lit up. Lynn chamber dot organ chamber, Doc Orc. It's right there on the home page. You're gonna see a little Just driving around on the golf course at the silver platter, But all bad gourmet suit that we have out on the course and hit that icon and they'll take you right to the registration page and you can register. You can even sponsor a contest or say Hey, I wanna have my business out on the whole. Okay, that's cool. All right. And by the way, I think the king of the inland Empire eyes David from the image emporium that he is. Okay, man, I actually talked to me that he's gonna actually sponsor a hole out There is a legend. Dude. Oh, God. Two years ago, he was out driving a golf cart. I don't know if you showed you that picture. Yes, he did all decked out Tiki bar. Yeah. All right around there, Harry. I hope everybody signs up. Go toe Coupland chamber dot or Thanks for coming on. I'm glad you guys are back in business and keep up the great work up. One is one of the cool secrets in Southern California. Great hand, great place to live. Thank you Can all right. Thank you, Terry. There she goes. Terry Golden. That's why my girlfriend teachers and upland. Is that right? Yeah. Yeah, I'll play. This spent a fantastic earliest. Are there more than one of those restaurants the hat? Yeah, I think that they was. I think the original one was like in Alhambra or somewhere around that area, but that Yeah, this hat. I love that. It's unbelievable. You ever had that moment that that had the restaurant? No, I haven't The sandwiches. They're like, little like 18 inches. Unbelievable. There's another one that I still think that they're owned by the same people called tops. There's one in Pasadena. Oh, yeah, tops with a Z. It's basically a lot of the same sort of thing. They do like pastrami burger, and they got great pastrami as well. Yeah, I like tops with the sea, right? Yeah. Yeah, I got it filled with that one day. All right? Very good. We came back. I was sent this unbelievable email. And normally, we don't read like a lot of emails on the air. But this one is so moving and it meant so much to maim, and it meant so much. The guy eroded to Mia's well again and Rob Burke out at Redlands. Them. I read it on the air. And it's just It's just amazing. You know, people listening and and then writing an email and this is about this is about himself. It's about his son and his and his dad. And or his father in law, I should say, and it's just amazing family email that I think you'll all enjoy..
"lynn chambers" Discussed on Teen Creeps
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And Hey we'd love for you to listen and subscribe to our own spooky show scary stories to tell on the pod where we take you on a deep dive into the fascinating world of American folklore. Go Stories huntings and urban legends via the Classic Children's series scary stories to tell them the dark. Thank you so much supporting our network. Now please please enjoy this episode. Won't you won't you? Why is len left out of everything this week? On the Lois Duncan's daddy taught pill. Welcome to increase. The podcast discussed white pulp fiction. I was thrown by that tagline. It was very weird. One of your host wins a case. I. I'm to one of your hosts Kelly nugent and today we're joined by a very special guest. You may know him as a writer for transformers and teenage mutant Ninja Turtles as host of Nintendo Cartridge Society podcast. But most importantly as our number one foremost expert on all things load up. Patrick Allergies is here. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited. Chocolate Dunk figure out why Lynn is being left out of everything. Why why is she down? And we know within seconds origins back to the time we know and she isn't even fully being left out. She's leaving herself out. Yeah she's withdrawing I think she's clinically depressed. Oh Yeah Oh yeah you should come. Stanchly key circumstantial. She's fine before she wants. Nothing in this. The whole book wants to how she wanted to hall into us to be a hill girl again but she also wants to not want Paul. She wants Paul to warrant her more. There we go. Yes so that interesting confident which I feel like many people can relate to myself. Okay here's the thing. Did I love this book? Yes I fucking this book I love. His Books Are White. It was like it was such old. Fashioned fluffy nonsense. Yeah but it was so it was like a like I said. We're Kelly and I were texting about this a little bit. It's like it's like I'm sitting on a cloud. I seriously feel so quite late. Risk Super Coleman and also like a benefit so much from I assumed that the version that we all read is the only version that exists is a non updated version right. This would be insane to not dirk without a cell phone but no other languages is usually. He's still saying darn and they're also saying he and like what was. Oh He's a grand fellow people saying like fine but not in like a sarcastic way. I love sincere fine fine like ooh isn't that fine. What a fine notion you know. Okay so let me judge it. We we don't have a okay here. We go ready so ready. Oh man okay. I'm only at the because the only place I could find the description of this book it is available on Condal Which is to buy a hard cover for two hundred dollars? You can no thank you. Oh there's a really good tagline on the Condo version actually really what is it? Lynn Chambers has always been a member of the in crowd but But can she give that up to do? What's right? tagline long along. It's a little long but it's very accurate and grabs your attention. It's better than Wise Lynn. Being left out of everything Jiang okay. Ready Lynch Chambers is popular wealthy and going home most study with a handsome college boy but when she decides not to be a debutante. Lynn finds herself on the outside which leads her to a side of town. She barely knew existed there. She meets Anna. Oh you have to talk about Anna. Oh my God. An artist accurate overlooked by the debutante crowd and bad boy. Dirk masters was a fast car a quick temper and a dark secret involving Lynn. He likes Sir. I think that's the dark secret. He likes her. It's not very I think they're trying to market it like her other books which it's not. It's dark for the time it's true. It's like it was. I mean the classes daring secret dude yet. His secret he's pure. Oh man he's pouring he. He's in love with a non poor of with a riche. Here's the thing. He was capital P. problematic. It's true but he was also extremely hot. Hughes to figure this out is he the low dunk boy or as Paul Volodin Halls Loda also loan dunk boy. Now 'cause he will actually yeah. He has this dark secret of being a boy. There's like yes tends to be a bad way. Well there's always a bad boy. Low Duncan a good boy low dunk but obviously Paul is the like true low dunk. Sure is more the down a dark hall low dunk born. Yes yes I think honestly if you look at the two characters. You'll see. That looks really experimenting with duality. And kind of like two different sides. The same I..
"lynn chambers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Their store in Worcester over eighty workers recently tested positive in that store just re opened this week Jim McKay WBZ Boston's newsradio pastor in Worcester is added again the Adam square Baptist church in that city held another service last night and more than were allowed to show up did the pastor Chris Casey welcomed in more than a dozen people and that's in defiance of state orders he was fined three hundred dollars already this week for previous violations Boston mayor Marty Walsh says construction workers could be back on the job in a matter of weeks with work sites under strict new guidelines up the road in Lynn developers there say they are being forced to pay for covert nineteen inspections WBZ's Carl Stevens tells us they'll have to pay but it's a good bet that that cost is going to be passed on the city of Lynn is allowing construction right now but if you have a site that requires the presence of ten or more employees the city requires you to pay for an inspector hired by the city to come in as much as twice a week Colin Codnor executive director of the greater Lynn chamber of commerce told me that cost adds up a risk some of those when they have to be the people who are who are having their construction he says the cold inspection cost if done twice a week could add up to around fifteen hundred Bucks every week Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio check out your Twitter feed today online fight is brewing between a top official at the White House and a rock and roll legend treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin getting into it on Twitter with Axel rose of guns N. roses no background behind the online give and take but rose starts it by tweeting messages including Paul Garrity to Mnuchin and Mnuchin takes the base back and forth has to do with the economic response from the White House to corona virus rose taking exception and Mnuchin responding with what have you done for the country lately and rose has had a long running feud with the White House and has been.
"lynn chambers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Faster WBZ's Karen regal talk to Boston mayor Marty Walsh about him how he will be dealing with these kind of protest moving forward of course people have the first amendment right to assemble peacefully but when gatherings over ten people are banded believes a breaking of groups of kids on playgrounds how will the next demonstration we deal with the fairgrounds close so if they're in a playground or they're in a place that's close that's a different situation yeah these ones are on the if I saw correctly they were in front of the state house on beacon street on a public street a public space is different when you're when you're on if you're gonna do a demonstration in the playgrounds or parks you need to apply for permit Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio health officials in Brookline are going to be conducting random coronavirus antibody testing next week six hundred people will be tested to determine the extent of covert nineteen antibodies throughout the group it will hopefully clarify how much the virus has spread undetected in the community and also add clarification as to how many people have contracted the illness without even knowing it or developing any symptoms construction contractors in Lynn are paying the price to work in this new reality of corona virus but WBZ's Carl Stevens says they may not be the last ones to pay the bill Cullen Costner is executive director of the greater Lynn chamber of commerce she tells me that some area contractors are not happy with the city of Lynn requiring these contractors to pay cold inspection fees if they have a site requiring ten or more employees conversation okay it says that but I've heard of white jumps this construction industry he says it's these code inspections are done twice a week they could cost a contractor up to fifteen hundred dollars for just that week and he's concerned they'll have to pass on the cost to whoever hired them to build Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio six forty eight Thursday morning.
"lynn chambers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Experience this source calls that task force abnormal and odd CBS news update I'm Jim Shannon it's five thirty six taking a look at how covert nineteen has been affecting people who work with disabilities WBZ TV's Hannah Rodriguez has the story a fifty five year old bill Wyman who is speaking through his interpreter Quincy who works as a lot of tended at home depot in the pen will not my job I like keeping busy it was death people to work he stays home because he doesn't want to get his roommate sick looks forward to daily updates from the state when a person like bill goes to work those of us who pay taxes the only have to support person might go it is the president of working the Dorchester based organization is the largest employer of people with disabilities in the region the Senate says he's concerned a drop in state tax revenue will create a gap in services the crisis is also canceled their biggest fundraiser which typically happens in June in the meantime bill says he'll wait patiently for the economy to re open I got to go back to work then plan it's five thirty seven different municipalities have different policies concerning construction in the wake of corona virus in lends some contractors not happy with the city policy concerning inspection fees connected to cope at nineteen city of Lynn is allowing construction right now but if you have a site that requires the presence of ten or more employees the city requires you to pay for an inspector hired by the city to come in as much as twice a week Colin Codnor executive director of the greater Lynn chamber of commerce tells me that cost adds up a risk some of those when they have to be the people who are who are having their construction he says the covert inspection cost if done twice a week could add up to around fifteen hundred Bucks every week Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio five thirty eight on WBZ.
"lynn chambers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Just a downpour too and we do have some heavier rain making its way through northern Rhode Island and parts of the Cape and islands this will be the case this rain is creeping up from the south and west and the rest of the night is going to be wet from time to time for the majority of us a low just about forty one tomorrow still chilly couple showers in spots mostly cloudy if you're not seeing rain high in the mid fifties we do warm up a little bit on Friday a bit of sun to start off the day high near sixty but on Friday night the rain comes back thing is could be seeing a bit of wintry weather too if you're north and west of the city especially in the western hills some wet snow mixing into start off the weekend lows in the thirties everything starts to clear out late on Saturday high near fifty and of course we all want to know how a mother's day's gonna local so far looking ahead on the forecast S. says it's going to be chilly but dry fingers crossed it stays that way high is just about the mid fifties but as we get closer we'll keep you posted if that changes right here on WBZ on Nantucket is pouring at forty five degrees west of town some random Wester at fifty one north of town things the more you know moving into west for it and Chelmsford where it's fifty two and right now in Boston at seven oh five semi dark clouds for sure as the sun goes down forty seven degrees well on the north shore there's some contractors crying foul over coronavirus inspection fees WBZ's Carl Stevens reports they feel like they're being singled out Colin Carter is executive director of the greater Lynn chamber of commerce she tells me that some area contractors are not happy with the city of Lynn requiring these contractors to pay cold inspection fees if they have a site requiring ten or more employees conversation it says that but I've heard of all right just.
"lynn chambers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Baker says the goal is to start re opening some businesses here in Massachusetts with restrictions by the eighteenth but he says the right data has to be in place to make that work Jennifer Kline tonight said since launching its own round of randomized antibody testing that'll start on Monday and state Rep Liz Miranda says she has tested positive for the corona virus and several of her family members have to but they mostly have mild symptoms Washington president trump is now reversing course when it comes to the coronavirus task force get details on this from CBS's Stephen Portnoy explaining his reversal the president says he simply didn't know I had no idea how popular the task force it is so he says he'll continue the work of the expert panel rather than wind it down but I will be adding some people to the task force and they'll be more in the neighborhood probably of opening our country yeah Mr trump says he might add two or three new members by next Monday Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington and the president today also weighing in on the affordable Care Act case that's currently in front of the Supreme Court the administration ahead of the High Court trying to weaken the country's a contraceptive mandate of the ACA that requires employer provided health insurance plans cover birth control as a preventive service Mr trump telling reporters today the ACA is a quote disaster he wants to replace it with in his words something cheaper that also covers pre existing conditions the president added the government won't change its position before the court about the ACA which is also known as obamacare meantime in Washington house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says he wouldn't rule out subpoenas or even contempt charges against the trump administration an exclusive interview with CBS news Hoyer says they do this over the white house's refusal to allow health experts to appear on Capitol Hill King George didn't like what we S. or he wouldn't respond without a dictatorship house minority leader Steny Hoyer says that Democrats are willing to pursue contempt charges against president trump for refusing to allow his health experts to appear before house committees he has a responsibility to respond he has responsibility to not prevent Toni found cheaper just fine Dr Anthony Fauci was supposed to have testified before a house subcommittee today instead the panel heard from former CDC chair Dr Tom Frieden bill break off CBS news six eighteen and first it was hand sanitizer and then soon after it was toilet paper and paper towels now WBZ's Chris farmer reports you can add another item to the list of those in short supply right now meet it's not that there aren't enough cattle or chickens or pigs the problem is the processing plants the breakdown right now there's so many plants seen some sickness that causes them to have to close our plan for a while there's product out there but it has to be processed by somebody are the radicals at Roach brothers says they've got to meet but it's kind of a Maraj ereli cold but when you really look deep you'll realize you know there might be some chicken thighs and some chicken wings but this whole bone in chicken breasts right now they've shared well thanks to experiencing good relationships with distributors even still it's only a matter of time it's inevitable that we're going to feel it as well Ackles says by mother's day this situation could become dire and prices on the rise will continue to rise at least for now Chris Pham WBZ Boston news radio meantime in the Midwest some concerned workers at a meat processing plant there have lost a legal fight a federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit filed on behalf of workers at a Smithfield foods pork processing plant in Mylan Missouri they sought a court order requiring the pledge to adhere to federal guidelines to slow the spread of coronavirus the judge ruled that is up to the occupational safety and health administration not the courts the lawsuit accused Virginia based Smithfield foods of not doing enough to protect the meat plant workers from corona virus Jim chrysalis CBS news six nineteen three M. now says it signed a new contract with the defense department to manufacture millions of N. ninety five respirator masks officials say this new contract is worth about a hundred twenty six million dollars so the company says with that it should be able to put out more than three hundred million of these respirators every year the Pentagon also hold the contract right now for mask decontamination machines and officials say they hope between the two of these they'll be able to help cut down on mask shortages all over the country meantime policies concerning construction right now in Massachusetts very when it comes to sitting in town in lane WBZ's Carl Stevens reports some contractors aren't happy with the policy on inspection fees the city of Lynn is allowing construction right now but if you have a site that requires the presence of ten or more employees the city requires you to pay for an inspector hired by the city to come in as much as twice a week Colin Codnor executive director of the greater Lynn chamber of commerce tells me that cost adds up a real when they have to be the people who are who are having their construction he says the cold inspection cost if done twice a week could add up to around fifteen hundred Bucks every week Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio and over at the state house the cleaning crews been busy scrubbing down parts of the building for the past couple days this comes after an employee for the buildings cleaning contractor came down with the corona virus that person tested positive back on Saturday they were last in the building on Thursday night environmental crews and doing a thorough cleaning of public spaces and offices in the annex basement and the sub basement state house of course has been shut down to the public since mid March but some lawmakers have kept going there for meetings and most of the governors updates have been held there too the streets are.
"lynn chambers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bunch of spots in the state celebrating national nurse's day to put it mildly have been through the last few weeks and National Guard flying over kind of in a lot this is a chance to expend some energy the break I'm Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio with national nurses day comes with a wide variety of specialty nurses who are focused on one thing these days that is treating covert nineteen they barely have a second to say thank you over their shoulder but this day it does still mean a lot to them not all nurses are normally treating patients on ventilators in the icy you sherry bloom is been a nurse at Plainview hospital on Long Island for twenty seven years working normally with people getting endoscopy it's not anymore now I find myself doing twelve and a half hours ships three days a week one night a week I work an overnight shift which she hasn't done in decades but she says it was just like riding a bike bloom appreciates the appreciation this is a job that I find that I get more back then I gets back Rosenberg for CBS news some contractors on the north shore of been crying foul over coronavirus inspection fees they feel they are being singled out Colin Cutler is executive director of the greater Lynn chamber of commerce she tells me that some area contractors are not happy with the city of Lynn requiring these contractors to pay cold inspection fees if they have a site requiring ten or more employees conversation okay it says that that I've heard of white Josh this construction industry he says it's these code inspections are done twice a week they could cost a contractor up to fifteen hundred dollars for just that week and he's concerned they'll have to pass on the costs to whoever hired them to build girls Stevens WBZ Boston news radio this is one of the most challenging job markets in years and for high school and college grads even tougher many companies instituting furloughs and layoffs because of corona virus related shut down this is Jim Ryan the current job market makes the mission of the one hundred thousand opportunities initiative all the more difficult its goal is to match the four and a half million unemployed Americans sixteen to twenty four with a dwindling number of positions now is an ideal time to provide a safe virtual environment to centralize the posting in the market place of entry level jobs that are open the group's trolls hike she will host an online job fair Thursday at one hundred K. opportunities dot org Jim Ryan ABC news two more local Walmart's closing because of coronavirus concerns this.
"lynn chambers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That coming up in just a moment with WBZ's Carl Stevens change of plan from president trump the president tweeting that he will not disband the White House coronavirus task force CBS's Stephen Portnoy brings us up to date despite saying last night that he organized a new panel focused on reviving the economy the president says his current group of experts will keep convening the task force he says will continue on indefinitely but he says it will have the re opening of the country to its mission its composition may change he says with some people added in other subtracted but the development of vaccines and therapeutics he says will be a central goal this comes after Massachusetts senator ed Markey sent a letter to the president this morning urging him not to disband the coronavirus taskforce marquee writing now more than ever the highest levels of our government need the advice and the recommendations of our top public health officials well for the hearing impaired who rely on lip reading to complement sign language shopping is difficult clerks where medical or homemade cotton masks that cover almost half their face in Belgium special needs educator Wendy shell amends is selling masks that contain a transparent window to show the mouse which can be especially important for kids with autism as well Sheldon says it's made a big difference when we order trying to wear these ones we made these they could look at everything we were telling even our emotions the way we move our lives the way we can move our our whole face a simple pitted but a brilliant idea that solves a real problem in Belgium by the way everyone must wear a mask while on public transportation and it's recommended that people wear them elsewhere to limit the spread of coronavirus highly contagious virus in the wake of the pandemic different cities and towns have different rules when it comes to building the construction trade and in Lynn some contractors are not happy with the city policy concerning covert nineteen inspection fees Carl Stevens is on this story as more the city of Lynn is allowing construction right now but if you have a site that requires the presence of ten or more employees the city requires you to pay for an inspector hired by the city to come in as much as twice a week Colin Codnor executive director of the greater Lynn chamber of commerce tells me that cost adds up a real some of those when they have to be back the people who are who are having their construction he says the cold inspection cost if done twice a week could add up.
"lynn chambers" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To accomplish only forty percent of whatever it is that you were supposed to take and that's all you got was forty percent of it we're just gonna move you ride along I don't see how this benefits anyone in reality if they go through with this what benefit to the C. self esteem the kids we can tell them well you're not failing hang in there I mean you is that what they think is the benefit I don't know you can say that it you know sixty one or seventy one Hey you're not bailing stay in there but they need to know that you're not giving your bass and if you're not giving your best that means there could be some days ten to eleven AM and two to three PM on news radio kale BJ is news a hearing date for Thursday January second has been set for a Megan Fieramosca here most of the so called close friend of murdered Austin mother Heidi Broussard has been include implicated in her death and her daughter Margot Kidder carries kidnapping she will initially be indicted on two charges of kidnapping and one charge of tampering with the corpse but it's expected that more charges will be filed at a later date regards body was found in the trunk of a vehicle parked behind a house on December twentieth near Houston she had been strangled to death your music it was taken into custody in Harris County Board later booked into the Travis county jail she's currently being held on the six hundred thousand dollar bond the city of Dallas will not be held liable for the death of both of John Hill BJ's Austin York explains why U. S. district judge Barbara Lynn dismissed the city from a civil lawsuit filed by the Jones family the twenty six year old was shot and killed in his own apartment by off duty former Dallas police officer amber Geiger the lawsuit argued that Geiger used excessive force when she gunned down John and blame the city for poor police training the city says the lawsuit failed to prove evidence of that and the judge agreed Geiger claim she mistook John's apartment for Rome in September a Dallas jury found Geiger guilty of murder and sinister to ten years in prison the Hays county sheriff's office is looking for whoever sold thousands of dollars were the fireworks from fireworks stand on Wednesday the stand was operated by friendship creek creek side church in Hays county according to the church's spokesperson twelve thousand dollars with a virus or stolen now that money the church makes from the stand usually goes towards is youth programs which helps local students go to summer camps and funds the big brown bus which is their transportation ministry to give students rights to church activities the Hays county sheriff's department is asking anyone for information to contact them it also start a passage way they'll be testing robot subs in some Austin water ways before starting their mission to map the ocean for the company terror and death just got an eight million dollar infusion co founder and retired navy seal Justin Kaufman says the plan is to design and build a fleet of robotic subs we got to look at some of our data in training the computer to read sonar data which is never really been done so a lot of challenging the data space and the software space he says well there are cars that can read read a road now the dilemma there were he's solved is a completely different spectrum the lower Colorado River authority gave the king's Lynn chamber of commerce the twenty five thousand dollar grant towards fixing the community park they got swept away entirely during devastating floods more than a year ago since that destructive event the community has been rebuilding the park it's only the public is the only public place to launch and take out boats on L. lake LBJ for miles the park isn't funded through taxes it's upkeep is on the from the local chamber and since the flooding there have been many improvements to the park but work is not over yet on top of the grant the LCRA also plans to lower the water levels on lake LBJ on January second this will allow people still dealing with the twenty eighteen flood the fix their docks and clear debris they then plan to raise the water back to its rate at the end of February and with a click of a mouse a record number of packages got delivered to doorsteps this Christmas season in a study sponsored by MasterCard Texas economist ray Perryman says online sales grew again this year up eighteen percent from the year before he says this trend sends a strong message to the brick and mortar mortar retailers it's going to be able to schedule that you be able to provide a lot of platform that's competitive with what the online retailer providing overall it was.