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Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes

Atlanta's Morning News

00:25 sec | 3 hrs ago

Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes

"Will not even be allowed to run in the third leg of the Triple Crown, The Belmont. Dina Spirits trainer bomb Baffert has been suspended in New York pending results of drug tests following the Kentucky Derby reporter Steve Futterman says the Medina spirit tested positive for a banned steroid. Its third place finish in the Preakness means no Triple Crown winner this year. Hundreds of homes flood around like Charles, Louisiana, being hit by two hurricanes and ice storm and a

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Jazz Take Top Spot in NBA Playoffs, Thump Kings 121-99

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Jazz Take Top Spot in NBA Playoffs, Thump Kings 121-99

"The jazz have come away with the first overall seed in the NBA playoffs by finishing first in the west Jordan Clarkson scored thirty three points in the jazz completed a fifty to one twenty campaign by hammering the kings one twenty one ninety nine we go there added thirteen points and sixteen rebounds for Utah which needed to win its final two games to hold off Phoenix for the top spot great options you know coming from came from fish seven seven years ago you know all about making the playoffs I'm not you know building from scratch bidding stone of the storm Mike Conley had eleven points nine assists and six rebounds in his second game back after missing two weeks because of a right hamstring injury I'm Dave Ferrie

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Eriksson Ek’s OT goal lifts Wild past Vegas 1-0

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Eriksson Ek’s OT goal lifts Wild past Vegas 1-0

"Joel Eriksson ek's scored three twenty into overtime to send the wild past the golden knights won nothing in game one of the first round series Eriksen was in the slot to send a shot that went off the skate of golden knights defender Alec Martinez and past Marc Andre Fleury while goaltender cam Talbot made forty two saves and did some of his best work while Minnesota was being out shot nineteen five in the first period with enter the first three but we didn't break ins you know we knew that they were gonna have a big question come up ardently weathered the storm and you know we had our first and second period and fleur was unbelievable there and second flurry turned back twenty nine shots and became the first netminder in NHL history to play in fifteen consecutive postseasons game two is Tuesday in Las Vegas I'm Dave Ferrie

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Portsmouth Village Under Threat From Hurricanes and Rising Seas

Climate Connections

01:09 min | 4 d ago

Portsmouth Village Under Threat From Hurricanes and Rising Seas

"Portsmouth village on an island off. The coast of north carolina was once a thriving shipping town. Today nobody lives there but building such as a wooden church a post office a school and clapboard houses remain and they offer a glimpse into life more than a century ago but as the climate changes rising seas and more extreme storms threatened to destroy these historic landmarks twenty nineteen hurricane. Dorian was absolutely devastating. Every single historic structure in portsmouth village was damaged and heavily impacted by the storm. That's jeff west superintendent of cape lookout national seashore which includes the island. He says that after the storm the national park service demolished two buildings that would have been expensive to repair and highly vulnerable to future damage. He says it was a difficult decision. You lose his st. You'll lose a sense of where you've been and where you came from when this stuff disappears. So the national park service answer to preserve as much of the historic village as possible for as long as it's practical but as waters rise and damaging. Wade's crash ashore. It gets harder all the time.

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Devastating Disease in Dolphins Linked to Extreme Downpours

Climate Connections

01:11 min | Last week

Devastating Disease in Dolphins Linked to Extreme Downpours

"The gulf of mexico is home to thousands of bottlenose dolphins. The acrobatic animals can often be spotted leaping and splashing in the water but in recent years a devastating skin disease has afflicted some dolphins in the gulf and around the world research by park diagne of the marine mammal center in sausalito. California shows that climate change is to blame. He says more extreme storms affect how salty the water is in dolphins coastal habitats. Dolphins often live in bays and other areas where freshwater and saltwater mix these are dynamic have tested change with ties change with the weather changes the season. So when a big storm hits a lot of freshwater russia's out of rivers into these coastal waters and the salinity can drop dramatically that can cause lesions to develop on dolphins bodies diagne says that when the water returns to normal the lesions can heal and dolphins may recover but if the low salt levels persist in severe cases. We've seen dolphins that have died from this. Where eighty percents or so of the skin. Surface missing as climate change gets worse. Prolonged outbreaks could become more frequent and more dolphins will likely

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Watchdog Says Capitol Police Deficient at Monitoring Threats

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Watchdog Says Capitol Police Deficient at Monitoring Threats

"The capitol police department's watchdog says it was poorly organized equipped or trained to spot the looming threats ahead of the January six the salt capitol police inspector general Michael Bolton tells a congressional committee that the department needs to reorganize he cited one example in which three teams of officers were sent to check out pipe bombs leaving just one team just ahead of the January sixth attack Bolton adding there's a need for a standalone counter intelligence unit in support of protecting the congressional community would improve apartments ability don't find disrupt individuals or groups intent on engaging in illegal activity director at the Gresham community boards led straight a process Fulton says that the leadership was ill prepared for the onslaught is a mob of supporters of former president Donald Trump stormed the building Tim McGuire Washington

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Juan Sebastián Elcano Was Actually the First Person to Circumnavigate the Earth

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:18 min | Last week

Juan Sebastián Elcano Was Actually the First Person to Circumnavigate the Earth

"Ferdinand magellan is often credited with being the first person to circumnavigate the earth. However this isn't true. I don't mean this in the same way that columbus wasn't the first european in the americas because the vikings made it to newfoundland. I i mean magellan never circumnavigated the earth at all period. The magellan voyage did not set out travel around the world. The purpose of the mission was to find a western route to the spice islands. Or what we now call indonesia. They set out in fifteen nineteen only twenty seven years after columbus first landed in the bahamas in fourteen. Ninety two the magellan voyage really just set out to achieve with the columbus expedition tried to to reach asia by sailing west. The difference was that this time they knew there was a gigantic landmass in between europe and asia. And this time they were gonna go around it. Magellan was portuguese so many people assume that his expedition was sponsored by portugal. But that wasn't the case. It was actually a spanish expedition sponsored by king charles. The first the spanish wanted the western route because portugal had a monopoly on the eastern route around africa in through the indian ocean. The expedition consisted of five ships with supplies. Last two full years the total crew consisted of two hundred and seventy minute at the start mostly spanish but with crew from many different countries. The expedition took a major toll. The first ship was lost in fifteen twenty in a storm in argentina. The second ship was abandoned in what is now called the straits of magellan. Several months later the third ship was scuttled in the philippines and may fifteen twenty one because of lack of crew and the fourth was lost in indonesia in december on april twenty seven. Fifteen twenty one. Magellan himself was killed in the philippines by the natives of the island where they landed. He was surrounded and killed with spears. This left the expedition. In a quandary. Its leader was dead. Over half the crew were dead and they were on the other side of the world. They sailed around without any purpose for about six months. And eventually the crew selected one wants fashion elcano a spaniard to be the captain of the last remaining in smaller ships of the fleet. The victoria they decided to return home via the western route and september. Six fifteen twenty two. The ship arrived back in spain at the same port. They left almost three years

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Heavier Downpours Strain Septic Systems in Some Rural Areas

Climate Connections

01:10 min | Last week

Heavier Downpours Strain Septic Systems in Some Rural Areas

"Most americans simply flush the toilet and human waste disappears out of sight out of mind but in some rural areas people often face hazardous sewage leaking into their yards are backing up into their sinks and bathtubs. We have been shane to not discussing these problems. Unless why people don't know about. Catherine coleman flowers is founder of the center for rural enterprise and environmental justice for year. She's worked to address sanitation problems in lowndes county alabama where she grew up there many residents live beyond the reach the municipal wastewater system so they rely on septic systems to filter wastewater on site but their septic systems often fail. Flower says they do not work effectively in this region because hard clay soil does not absorb water will and climate change is causing more extreme storms. If we get a lot of rain accepting sisters going to fail flower says that the problem goes beyond lowndes county people in many regions face similar challenges so she says it's important to develop new technologies that can handle the changing climate with sea level rise in groundwater levels increasing. We gotta do something different.

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Butler Strong Down Stretch, Heat Hold off Celtics 130-124

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Butler Strong Down Stretch, Heat Hold off Celtics 130-124

"They he took a major step toward avoiding the NBA's play internet by holding up the Celtics one thirty one twenty four Jimmy Butler provided twenty six points eleven assists as Miami took a two game lead over Boston for the six seed in east it's our school work jobs to help win games of football games before well my guys are open I've always store to them especially cutting you guys are open at three it just makes my job easier later on he led by as many as twenty six in the first half before the Celtics storm back over in the third quarter on a twenty two eight run to get within twelve Duncan Robinson added twenty two points in bam Adebayo finished with twenty four Miami seven four he scored thirty points to lead the Celtics who have lost three out of four I'm Dave Ferrie

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Biden to Push His Big Infrastructure Plan in GOP Stronghold

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Biden to Push His Big Infrastructure Plan in GOP Stronghold

"President Biden's venturing into reliably Republican Louisiana to tout his two point three trillion dollar infrastructure plan a seventy year old Bridget Lake Charles will be the backdrop as the president pushes his plan he wants to pay for it by boosting taxes on corporations and the wealthy arguing that'll benefit everybody while hurting nobody but Republicans have double down on keeping taxes low and several GOP senators that pitched a far smaller infrastructure plan the White House hopes its infrastructure message hits home in Louisiana where extreme weather over the past decade has cost fifty billion dollars in damage the president's plan calls for the same amount to make infrastructure better able to withstand storms wind and flooding Sager mag ani Washington

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Five Tornadoes Touched Down in North Texas

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:44 sec | Last week

Five Tornadoes Touched Down in North Texas

"That five tornadoes touched down across North Texas Monday. And hell. Alice Hood calling and Johnson County's leaving many residents recovering from damage to their homes and properties and taxes. Baptist men has stepped in to help sending volunteers to Ellis County, Texas, Baptist Man has chainsaw crews clearing out tree damage on and around homes and walks a hatch E as well as distributing water to those who need it right now, What we're seeing is his patches of damage here and there. This is where tornadoes hit in specific areas and where that specific areas hit. It's hit pretty significant. John Hall with TBM says volunteers will help cut and remove fallen limbs and get the property back to being safe for people to begin The first steps and recovery after the storm CAT Blondes I, er w

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Storms Spawn Dangerous Twisters in the Southern States

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Storms Spawn Dangerous Twisters in the Southern States

"Much of the south is at risk for more severe weather today after tornadoes struck parts of the region Sunday night and Monday causing heavy damage in some parts of Mississippi and flipping trucks in Texas National Weather Service meteorologist Mike admin student based in Mississippi says parts of his state as well as Texas Louisiana Alabama Tennessee corners of Arkansas and Georgia are at enhanced risk but the worst weather involving potential for tornadoes but the most significant potential today is actually damaging wind gusts and large scale but then in addition there is also heavy rain threat he says expect up to five inches of rain in some parts flash flooding and hail the size of golf balls he says that triple threat will make it worse than Sunday and so far they've confirmed eight tornadoes from that day I'm Julie Walker

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South Braces for More Severe Weather

Morning Edition

00:16 sec | 2 weeks ago

South Braces for More Severe Weather

"Bracing for another round of severe storms today. The National Weather Service says tornadoes have touched down in several states. The storms were blamed for at least one death in Mississippi officials continue to assess the damage. Listening

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Tornado Touches Down in Atlanta Area

Closer Look

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tornado Touches Down in Atlanta Area

"It is believed at least one tornado may have touched down in Atlanta earlier today. Dylan Lusk is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Peachtree City. We're getting reports like a Senate out of Western Atlanta. We've been mostly getting a lot of reports of trees that were down in the area. It is, at least as of this, you know, phone call. It's still pretty early, so we'll still be getting reports to the day of exactly what happened. But we we are pretty confident that there was a tornado that went through the western side of the Metro this morning. My looks like we may have had one Maura's well over in Douglas County. That was a week one. That's one of around the center of the county, just west of the Chapel Hill area storms much of Western Cab Fulton County in northwest Georgia

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Manchester United fans storm stadium in protest of U.S. owners before Liverpool match

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:11 sec | 2 weeks ago

Manchester United fans storm stadium in protest of U.S. owners before Liverpool match

"Liverpool is big Premier League Vaginal Trafford, scheduled for earlier today was canceled. After Red Devil fans protest to the Glazer family owners of man United. A make up date for the match is yet to be confirmed. Elsewhere in the Premier League toddler

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Manchester United Fans’ Direct Action Is an Expression of Powerlessness

Men In Blazers

02:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Manchester United Fans’ Direct Action Is an Expression of Powerlessness

"Precedent scenes at old trafford the stadium invasion and the of one of the count. You'll fixtures of the premier league season apart with a sense of astonishment and confusion. As i'm sure you do a another premier league weekend when the mixed important action was off the field. Two weeks ago was the announcement to the super league. It feels like years. Gay lost weekend began with arsenal fans demoing peacefully outside their stadium in vast numbers demanding crunchy out and today. The world's attention tend to manchester as he engaged during arsenal's game against newcastle. A hassle cannot have nice things. Suddenly the action became split. Screen combining protests. Spiraling out of control ahead of you know. Game against liverpool as old trafford one of the signature fixtures of the season the first manchester united home game since the announcement of the failed superleague fiasco and suddenly our colleagues. Nbc sports became like cnn. As the scenes just spiraled out of control. We witnessed the surreal sight of manchester annoyed. His own fans storming the failed. Roughly three hundred stolen the stadium and then taking the failed held a the match bulls the corner flag screen. Go flares in hand. You can buy our club but you come by a heart and soul signs. Manchester lads filling disenfranchised and disaffected in their minds. Glazes even the club since two thousand five who. They say as absentee landlord to care about money. No football

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Fire at Jackson Water Plant Causes Water Supply Issues

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fire at Jackson Water Plant Causes Water Supply Issues

"With its water supply again. Jim Krystle a explains why Water pressure dropped in Jackson, Mississippi, after a fire in one of the city's to water treatment plants. The entire city of 160,000. Is under a boil water notice. Ah Winter storm in February caused machinery in a water facility to freeze. Many residents were without water. For weeks, NASA and space X

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Climate Change Risks Mounting for Businesses

Climate Cast

03:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Climate Change Risks Mounting for Businesses

"Risks and opportunities to companies face in the years ahead. Here is maggie. Pelosi an attorney with vincent and elkins. Hi meg welcome to climate. Cast ballots to be here. So how do companies begin to assess their risk as climate change impacts. Continue to unfold. So i think many companies have already started down this road and fundamentally there are two big types of risks that companies are looking at right now. The first are risks or opportunities that individual companies may face associated with the energy transition. So that's the transition from an economy. Where many of our power sources are coming from. Fossil fuels to an economy is mostly powered by renewables or other carbon free kinds of sources to power the second risk. That has gotten less attention. But i think is in many ways going to be more significant for all companies on a going forward basis is the physical risks of climate. Change as you well know in your listeners will be well familiar. There are a number of physical impacts of climate that regardless of what actions we take to reduce emissions now. We are going to experience changes in storm. Severity rises in sea levels. Changes in temperatures in each of those types of events can have impacts on the ability of industry stained continuity of their operations or to respond in emergency or disaster situations litigation. Around this. what are you seeing emerge. I think the most prominent piece of litigation in this space are the legal challenges have been wrought by a variety of municipalities against oil and gas producers. Those cases are in very early stages. There are a number of other types of cases that we are starting to see against corporations that are asking questions about the readiness of companies physical facilities for climate change so basically using tools of conventional environmental law to say. Gosh are you really complying with your permanent things like preventing spills or preventing releases if you haven't thought about the potential for increased storm surge increased flash precipitation events those kinds of things. What about regulations they're changing. We know there's a change in politics in washington. Dc so what are regulators doing around climate policy. And what does it mean for companies right now. The most significant thing that's happening in climate change that will impact corporations is the increase in attention to climate at the securities and exchange commission in terms of other buckets of climate regulation. We expect to see the will. Impact businesses the fed has created a group called the supervision climate committee which is essentially looking at the potential to create climate stress test for systemically important banks and then we will certainly see some of the more conventional types of greenhouse gas regulation environmental laws to be signed the obama administration. What about opportunities. Are you seeing opportunities ahead in this space. I absolutely am seeing opportunities. And and i think that the right conversation around climate at pretty much every company is. What's the transformational opportunity. I'll give you a very concrete example in the oil and gas industry we are seeing an increasing number of the big oil and gas companies. Talking about how they can become carbon management companies right. They will say look should regretting oil and gas. How the ground. But you know what that means. We're great at characterizing the geology formations knowing how to see to inject things and knowing how to monitor wells and knowing how to plug in the end in them so we can take all those skills and we can turn around and start putting c o two into the ground and we can create a new line of business for

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"m storm" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

05:16 min | 3 months ago

"m storm" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"Two percent of all of all of the claims filed got rejected. Most of our claims were strong. Said chris christina campanello a vaccine injury attorney who filed four cases in the cic pee on behalf of clients with reactions h one n one vaccine. All four claims. Were rejected now. This countermeasure program is a much lesser known much smaller program than a vaccine injury compensation program but people really need to get up to speed on this because this is what you're going to be interacting with if you If you are you are loved. One is hurt or dies and One of the best articles have seen out there. Is this one here. it says so. What happens if you get injured by covid. Nineteen vaccine is talks. All about this countermeasures program. in it it says it's extremely difficult for petitioner to prevail in the cic p only eight percent of all petitioners twenty ten have been awarded composition through the cic. P it has been said that the the cic p is a program where you have the right to file an lose. This things also become a color black hole so will it will get revamped because of all these claims coming in Compared to what it's used to h vaccine. I'm not sure but it looks like it needs a lot of work and i think the reason you put these two together and why they go. Side-by-side is exactly this folks. Imagine your going to try to sue to say that. My mother was perfectly healthy. She got the second. Backseat for covid. Nineteen and she died within eight hours. We have seen these stories. Seventy eight year old woman. There's a woman that just died. I believe in the waiting room this week while there were watching her and the headlines they doctors say. It's not related to the vaccine. That's what you're up against. Try go into a courtroom where the religious belief in this brand. New technology is that it wasn't caused by the vaccine. How are you going to win. And by the way. Nobody's collecting data. As jeffrey pointed out you've just inserted yourself through an emergency use authorization program into a vaccine trial whether you know it or not but that trial has no ability to collect the data story. Yeah we said we were watching you. We said we're looking at. Nobody's got any data. I don't have it all the bunch of blank paper this is. This is what we're collecting right. Now is people are dropping like flies and good luck in court because every doctor we're going to be the courtroom says. We didn't see any connection between the vaccine. Do an autopsy. We didn't collect any data we didn't we know our trials didn't look for death. Nobody knows but we're just gonna go on assumptions and the assumption is you're gonna lose this case all hundred million of you if you all end up getting sick sick or injured or killed by this vaccine right right well well said well side i can say any better and this is this is what we're up against so please share this information with your family. Share this show. These articles share these clips with your family. Because this is information that everyone's going to be a need be on the same page if If something does or just moving forward with us but found following up and just ending the segment. We'll hold on. Because i want to make this point. There is an easy fix jeffrey. Fix this overnight. I could fix this. You don't want to. Here's delve increased fix. You wanna fix the surveillance problem and you wanna make sure that the vaccine is safe. Put liability back on the manufacturer's. Let's do it everybody. Call your senators and your congressmen say. This is ridiculous. I just read the new york times that they're not tackling the data that have no way to capture this still longer feel safe for the product. And i don't know why our government is protecting the manufacturers from liability for product when the manufacturers of the ones that did this opposes safety studies the manufacturers the ones that are telling it safe and nobody's showing us any data because they're not collecting it. I don't think they should be liability protected. You wanna fix this problem overnight. You tell the manufacturers guess what every death every injury everything is going to a courtroom and you're going to have to fight for your life and they're you know it happened. They would pull that vaccine back so you know what this is not ready yet. It's not ready yet. We don't know if it causes long-term injury or death and therefore we can't put one hundred million people at risk. Certainly we would never be able to afford that. That would bankrupt us. So we're gonna wait until we can prove it safe. That's what would happen. That's how we fix this problem folks. Just go to your congressman. Go your senators say you want to get the vaccine uptake to go up then put liability back on the industry right away. There's no way we can be asked to take a product that has zero liability and pushes us into a court system where the government doesn't care at all never pays anyone out. I'm i probably should bring it down right now. I don't have my executive producer here today. She's at home and so i'm sorry she'd be saying telkom down. I'm cold and it's been a heck of the week. But i'm frustrated. These things just seem so obvious. Don't they on the obvious. I hope everyone our audience is saying yeah adele. I feel the same way. Calm down a little bit. We don't need to be all out where with you but this is getting serious. And i guess is my concern. People are going to die. People are going to be they are. It's happening all around us man. It's time for someone to care. And we don't have to rely on her disturbance or commonsense or what we're seeing with our own eyes as is happening..

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"m storm" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

04:24 min | 3 months ago

"m storm" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"In texas all the elderly. That can't get out of their apartments or condominiums have no power. Maybe freezing right now. Those are handicapped. I mean i can't even you know my prayers and our prayers are with all of those people that i know are in much worse condition than we are at my house. And we've made sure that everyone in our staff as being well taken care of. But i'll tell you as i've been working on pipes and and thinking about how odd this entire experiences and the occasional text will show up that this is an attack on text. Is i'll tell you it's felt like attack on my home from mother nature but the idea that we could control weather. Is this an attack on the south in in in in the united states of america here where maybe we aren't wearing our mask we're not complying or our energy grid under attack and talking of harp. You know i've got my notes here instead of on a screen and funny but high frequency active auroral research program. This is something that's being discussed. Would it be possible to inflict a winter storm on states that have never or almost never seen snow. I'm not gonna get conspiracy theories but these are the things that run three mind. Because i mean what really isn't on the table anymore when we've got ilan mosque telling us that within the next like in this year his neuro link which is a microchip in your brain. That can connect you to the internet will go into these. Human trials will have we can microchip ourselves and basically get as quickly as we can towards terminator. I guess anything seems possible. And then i think about bill gates and the amount of articles were reading where you know working technologies to block. The sun are we. What if that went wrong. What if what if the farming states that we count on for our food suddenly could not get enough sun or stayed too cold. Would if we brought that dark winter that Joe biden talked about in as he was running for president. What have we brought that upon ourselves. Science getting out of control. These are things that i know are starting to worry all of us and there are things that as i've said before now that social media's decided to censor everybody and you're here you found us on this website. These are things that i want to war. But i want you to know. We're not going to just you know gas at these thoughts. I wanna know if there's a scientist out there that understands harp and can speak to it. Please contact us either at info at i can decide dot org. Or if you're a whistle blower that has an inside scoop on any of the things that we're discussing. Remember you can always go to whistle blower at. I can decide dot org anyway. It's a crazy time here in texas. It's been it really makes you recognize what it would take to be prepared. I'm not sure that we could make it for over a month. Even though i thought i was ready certainly not have been stayed cold. Luckily i think there's warm weather around the corner but i think we should all be checking in As i ran to the grocery store on it opened up for a day when the streets cleared up. And i would say for the fourth time in the last year. There were empty shelves and i just thought to myself. I spent the first fifty years of my life in the united states of america. I never saw an empty shelf and now in the last year four times i felt like i was seeing or standing in store in the soviet union. Always moving forward we progressing. is this all accidental. Is it natural. Are their people behind. This is there we know we. We've talked about the great reset. All of those things are what are running through my mind but we don't really have the technologies to do the research. Bring that all to this show. So we're gonna keep it really simple. But i know show. No highwire can go forward without our own jesse jackson. So it's time for the jackson report.

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"m storm" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"m storm" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"Down in our approach to the high wire. This is due to the fact that we are broadcasting from texas. Where we're still under. What is now been a week long winter storm ice storm there it is. Millions in texas without power is deadly storm. Snow freezing weather reports are that four point. Four million people lost their power in texas. There's currently three million people still without power. As we're speaking. Twelve million people in texas are facing problems with their water there. Seven million people right now. That are under a boil. Your water advisory because i guess issues with the water treatment plants and over a quarter of a million people are without all water. Completely in case you didn't see it in the headlines where you're at this is what texas looked like in the news dangerous weather system wreaking havoc the worst texas winter storm in years all of the largest cities in texas have been hammered by snow and ice took the national weather service has issued a hard freeze warning concern right now or these rolling outages. Millions of texans are in their homes without power for them. Four million people have already lost. Electricity across the south mostly in texas where an ice storm and bitter cold have forced rolling blackouts the state's energy authority instituted rolling blackouts across. Its two hundred fifty four counties to prevent a collapse of energy grid. They're saying every thirty forty five minutes. You may get your power back on. They'll check your back off san antonio airport austin airport closed down today houston. Airports closed down snow and freezing. Temperatures have forced many to seek out local shelters city officials are warning residents. That many shelters are reaching capacity this tragic that power since five. Am yesterday. you'll see a blanket here for doing anything. Possible to keep the heat in the snow and icy roads have caused more than one hundred and thirty traffic accident in el paso. This car pileup left tractor trailers overturned. Take these pumps right here. There's bags on every single one. This gas station totally out of gas. It also creates a problem for first responders and their trucks. Long lines wrapping around grocery stores in austin as people. Try to get anything they need. Before another round of freezing rain we went into the store. They barely anything. There was barely any food. The freezing temperatures are also causing pipes to burst as you can see from these social media videos that means flooding on top of everything else that blackout two that are in texas or being made worse by the failure of wind turbines many freezing the icy weather. Cutting output in half and is raising questions about the lonestar. State's increasing reliance on renewable energy. A lot of people asking why was the state that's known to produce energy so unprepared for this crisis my staff most of which have no power. There's no internet through most of austin texas. We've decided to keep most of them off the icy roads which are treacherous. So right now. We're just trimmed down. I've got patrick in coal. And i are the only ones that decided to try and make it in here to get a broadcast out in some ways. I suppose this.

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"m storm" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:27 min | 4 months ago

"m storm" Discussed on PTI

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"m storm" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"m storm" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Carlson's book. Don't sweat the small stuff. He advises that we imagine we are as he puts it the eye of a human storm. I think this is a useful image every year during hurricane season. I am reminded how amazing it is that you can have a storm that is hundreds of miles in diameter with powerful winds and heavy rains and yet at its middle is a spot. That is completely calm now. Of course when you're in the eye of a real hurricane truth is you're about to get hit by the other side of it but with our human storm. We can picture ourselves moving in this. I and keeping the calm going. I'm sure we can all recall moments when we felt like we were in the middle of a storm. Maybe you are visiting a relative. His kids were fighting or melting down. Or maybe it was your own kids. Who are doing this and you felt helpless to calm them. Workplaces can feature lots of drama and tension. I've put in plenty of time. In airports. When flight delays or cancellations have left seemingly normal people acting out of Control? Lately the world has felt like it is all storm. Hospitals lack supplies grocery stores lack toilet paper or unexpectedly. Yeast jobless numbers have soared by unprecedented amounts conference calls feature. Soundtrack of toilets flushing dogs barking and kids crying. And of course homeschooling can be a storm of its own distinct variety. When we imagine ourselves and Carlson's words as the eye of human storm. We are reminded that yes. The fury exists. But we don't have to be drawn into it. There's a lot of illness stress uncertainty and loss right now that Israel and we have to acknowledge it but we don't have to let the stressful situation define every moment we can still be calm. Even at this difficult time there is little to be gained by frenzy and much gained by simply taking each day as it comes. I think it's especially helpful now to picture our homes as the eye of a storm places of calm peace and safety. My goal is that my kids will remember this time as an adventure rather than disaster. I don't always achieve this goal but I'm trying we gather for our family meals. We ordered new book series and puzzles to fill slower days. I let my four school-aged children play multi. Our Group minecraft sessions. Which I am. Betting will be their top memory of this time. Can you picture yourself and your home as the eye of a human storm when nothing is actually wrong in your immediate world? At the moment it can be helpful to notice this to see that the kids are still sleeping peacefully and you can have that. Brilliant Morning Cup of coffee. The winds may be howling. But not for you not right now. In the meantime this is Laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter facebook and Instagram at before Breakfast Pot. That's be the number.

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"m storm" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"m storm" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"Your for the for Y'all's blog. Yes, they wear helping wellness side. Or, that's awesome. This is a very timely and appropriate to have you on with everything with the you know, the virus, spreading and everything like that I. Know People are freaking out so I think we just kind of want to get right into it with you. Absolutely yeah, it's wild time and think there's a lot of fear and of misconception so it be great to talk through some of that. We've all the stuff. Stuff that we're seeing on the news and everything and people buying face masks, and you know hand sanitizer in the prices on that going through the roof you know. Is that really especially with face masks? I've never really understood that personally. Do you think that is something that actually works to prevent the spread of the coronavirus or any other virus or epidemic? That's happening. We having to a lot of doctors about the thin. Leading healthcare professionals are actually offering people not to purchase faith Ma because they off that he used for example in surgery, but within cost battles to day, really safe and stop. The spread of disease has been feeding to people's faces, and it's really important that that happen, because if there is not a good fit, these molecules can get underneath the Malkin. They're pretty ineffective, and so what we've heard from lots of health professionals that we work with is that they prefer people actually face moss right now because they also want to make sure that the. Medical professionals have the supplies that they need and that suggesting that really hand washing and just being really aware of the crowds that you're in, and you're interacting with those two steps and much more important for the. The bread. So I. Forgive me if this sounds super arrogant. I Apologize, but you know everyone's so freaked out about the coronavirus may get it, but at the same time when I look at the numbers, I see that the flu will sixteen thousand people in the states alone and. I just I feel like in. Forgive me if again. This is total arrogance, but I feel like it's way more severe than the coronavirus. Yeah absolutely I think that there is a level of the relating about the corona virus that we just say about the annual flu every year and of cost lose definitely unfortunately kills. People who are at higher, eight year and something that. People are worried about getting, but there is not the same level of fear that we're saying right now. We've talked about this a lot at well and good and I think pot is the reason that people fearing having a lot of fear. Kreiner Kogi nineteen. She's the disease caused by hurrying. Virus is because there is no nation yet, and there is no treatment and I think that that lake he could, that level of unknown and uncertainty leave people being really nervous. Where is I think we flew? Because there is the flu shots that heartfully people getting every year, and they're are medications that approve proven to help trait lot of. Then, that gives people a level of peace of mind. Eight dark have about Kobe nineteen. Do you know how it? All people that have been affected by the coronavirus? Like in what way are they being treated like? What's happening when they are quarantined? Way and not, that's not something that way have touched on a lot at well and good because we're really focused on. More reporting out the. Impact on lifestyle of the corona virus. Fear and also helping people be. Measured in their funds and trying to like quell some of the. Concerns and so we haven't done a lot of reporting around. What actually happened to secretly in the West when someone has been quarantaine for Carine on so I I'm not the best pet answer that question and don't say to the people that you know. If you do get the coronavirus, you're more again just like the people that do die from the flu or older are. They've already had respiratory issues or they're already. You know they have some they're you know they're the older? They're not as healthy. Maybe those are more at risk like the flu victims at Dye. Lately dumped is report that eight a lot of the holidays that we've seen? From Kobe nineteen has being mooring, elderly patients and people with Craig theme repertory issue so again we are definitely. Very very conscious of only recording what medical professionals and medical buddy appointing and that that's what we have been told by sources. Interesting I'm GonNa, take off the coronavirus for second Kinda. Get into the day to day, and my wife and I are very different when it comes to this. She's very like even if you go in our bathroom his in her sinks, her sink has a bottle of hand. Sanitizer might sink has a just a bottle of super so old fashioned. Wash my hands. She has sanitizer. Is there any difference between the two ones easier and one's less main ones don't have love. Use the water I'm not wasting water. Actually being more all I don't want. I mean more environmentally friendly because I'm not using water and it's just easy because I don't have time. Astronaut Plastic? sanitizer bottles which you go through faster open it's. Not? So, you know I don't WanNa pick sides. He actually I know some again by the doctors that we've been working with washing your hands is the very best thing you can do so the hand sanitizer, great alternative and a great option when you're when he doesn't have access to so I've been Wat- I've bought the number. One thing to do is washing hands for twenty seconds I'm sorry to say. I love, I've always known that I just don't have twenty seconds in the day to actually wash my hands. Germ won't take time to go to the bathroom. Let alone wash your hands, but I do know I. Mean I but it's better than nothing. Better than nothing particularly, if d is sixty percent or above alcohol level, that's a really important facts, because if it's lower than that, it's really not super. Effective is a great Kennedy of and does you know it sounds ridiculous? Only twenty seconds, but washing your hands. Twenty seconds feels like attorney yes..

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"m storm" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

10:54 min | 1 year ago

"m storm" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"Know then just see. The restaurant happened to say that we had the Funnel we could see it from the back door. One of our photojournalists heard that Came around and met me out there and we just started rolling. And then that's what to the videos you saw but It was it was kind of a gut wrenching feeling because it's the first time I've ever stared down the belly of the beast if you will well and you have a question. Janet I this is Mike by the way Gene and I were talking yesterday and we are curious. Just from our lack of knowledge about you know why it doesn't seem like tornadoes. Ever hit like a downtown. The downtown of a city. Is You know art theory has to do with the taller buildings and it you know reflecting a wind or whatever it may be but from your professional standpoint. What is that? Can you explain it to us? It's so it it's actually a really commented. They don't hit populated areas. Downtown areas. Downtown Nashville has actually been hit Twice now Nineteen Ninety eight two thousand seven. I believe or two thousand eight downtown. Atlanta was So they're just not as common in downtown areas. It's it's not Because of buildings in winkler and things like that it's just You know usually where you get the perfect collision of cold air and warm air You know it's where you've got like the open plains We're used to seeing things like that Oklahoma. But it's it's sheer luck honestly comes through that. They're not that common in downtown high rise areas but they're certainly not unheard of so okay. I keep referencing twister. And you probably are like. Oh my God stop but my friend said she was an EAS Nashville and she was like by the time. My phone or Larmer you know went off and I. It's a tornado. Warnings turned on the news. And said you have three minutes like? How is that enough of a advance warning for people especially I mean I know you said it just kind of came up out of nowhere? But shouldn't we have more of a advanced warning system that people have more than three minutes to go upstairs? Grab their kids and and get their stuff together so one of the things about that you know. They've got the There's these APPs out there. Of course there's that Auto feature that phones will chew. There's Dangerous Weather Approaching. Or you know amber alerts. They go off for But sell data can get clogged so that can delay the message as it's reeling So that warning had been out for He'd been out for a while. It started over kind of towards Been Dickson counties Just west of Nashville and then as it was moving towards Davidson County. It had been out for a little bit but by the time that this message is trying to go through all this cellular data is it's getting clogged trying to go to hundreds of thousands of phones That can delay the warning time. That's one of the things that's very old school but it's still probably the most reliable way to alert you as a weather radio. They run off of a separate No Weather Service transmitter. So the second th the warning is issued the IT comes up. It instantly goes through these secondary signals. That aren't trying to handle you. Know Cellular Bandwidth and and people using Wi fi and all of that stuff so That is why some folks did get delayed warnings on their phone. Because it's just trying to go to so many places once plus as tornadoes coming through. It's hitting their potential cell towers and things that the signals would be relaying off of that to delay the message getting out there interesting. Is there actually. I think what's the highest in? Is there actually an f? Five or now there is Off the top of my head. The last time I remember One reaching Five strength was Oklahoma City Believe in two thousand thirteen or more Oklahoma which is a suburb of Oklahoma City. So very rare for them to happen But they certainly do happen. I don't think we have seen one here in modern time. Anywhere in Tennessee. Henry what would you say to the people that have been affected by this? When they're you know moving into somewhere else or rebuilding a business are or a home and now they've been affected by this once. I'm sure I make up if I was in that situation even now I already one prepared. Just in case is this does happen. What would you recommend for them? Is it worth investing in you? Know a shelter You know within your home or some kind of protective area to be if this happens again. Absolutely you know. It's better to be safe than sorry. Fewer invest in that shelter. You've got it. Should the situation ever arise again to where you potentially need it? Hopefully that that doesn't happen. But you know it's always better to be safe than sorry and while obviously places like Oklahoma and Kansas and Texas are more prone than Tennessee for tornadoes. We are in a part of Tornado alley which is severe weather. She's in it could happen again. It is not impossible. So it's worth that investment investment for your safety and the safety of your loved ones to to have that just in cases where to happen Mike always so we don't have a basement and I know they say BAFTA but we don't really have a bathtub either that it gives the right by windows so we can't really do that. We have a staircase but I was telling Mike I was like well. If the tornado comes and it happens like a day with these other houses and they're just demolished. Is it you know. I haven't seen any staircases standing so I I really started to freak out. What are we actually where we actually supposed to go? If that's the case so staircases are one of the most reinforced structures of home. Because you know you're carrying weight up and down That's a lot of times. You'll see staircases. Still standing in a navy demolished And in that case that's a perfect location to go because not only. Do you have a staircase? Which regained gives you that reinforcement whereas the construction quality goes what you've also got as many walls between you and the outside of your home as possible You WanNa have as many layers if you will Just to try and give you a little more padding protection. Do you think a lot of the weather patterns are because of global warming. Look what's your take on that warming? I mean there are many Variables that tie into it There are certainly things the home you live in today. unless it's one of these older homes historic homes The street the neighborhood. They weren't there thirty forty fifty years ago. So you do have factors like homes like pavement and concrete. It's absorbing heat Additional vehicles on the road that can release emissions. We do have these variables that factor in to the change in our climate As far as the weather patterns going as far as you know hearing stories of these type of storms and populated areas it also has to do with Growth Areas. These storms hitting. They've hit for years. They just maybe didn't strike. You know you didn't have a neighborhood or a community there. Twenty years ago when it would it moved through that area. We've also got with advancements in technology radar with train spotters and storm chasers out there And with the ability to record video and instantly uploaded we got the ability to verify is Tornados are on the ground Whereas even twenty years ago that just wasn't as easily a case where we could have maybe had a tornado moving through the open-field in West Tennessee or a field in Oklahoma. But there wasn't anybody was able to record it right then to to show and verify that something did indeed happen and again going back to the growth in communities developing that were neighborhoods. That weren't there to in twenty years ago. I've WOMA questioned. Why did you want to become a storm chaser? Was it something you always dreamed of as a kid like? Hey I want to go chase that Tornado. That's up in the sky Leading up to the time I was about seven I was terrified of storms. I've actually run the ball. Dad's room and hide during them and my cousin. Fink took me outside during one. I and I like to joke and say I was struck by lightning and I say that because we really should have been. We stood outside at my cousin's house in the corner next door. The garages and a tree under the tree. You do not stand under a tree. You don't want to be near the tallest object and you don't want to be the tallest object out there. And he started explaining to me what was making that noise and The flashes in into something about that. That's why I like to say I like to joke. And tell people I was struck by lightning something about that transformed my fear and fascination and ever since then I wanted to go into meteorology and I was real fortunate while I was in high school in Memphis The morning meteorologist. Cvs Cottam took me under his wing and really gave me an early start. I've had some amazing mentors along the way in various markets and Just there's also the aspect now that it's still a fascination but I'm telling you about the weather I don't WanNa just be saying that people say it sounds like this. This is what a textbook says to look for. I want to tell you this is what you're looking for. This is what it sounds like because I've been through them. That's awesome. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for everything that you're doing to Kinda you know. Continue to cover this This travesty that happened to our to our city and any one of our listeners can follow Henry Henry. Rothenberg on instagram. And he's Again he's a meteorologist at New Sheena five-year Nashville so Henry. Thanks again. Thank you for your time. I appreciate it. Shaka all right so again if you guys go. I'm on my instagram or Shawn. Johnson's page go to me. 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"m storm" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"m storm" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"Time I was about seven, I was terrified of storms I've actually run the ball dad's room and hide during them and my cousin fink took me outside during one I and I, like to joke and say I was struck by lightning and I say that because we really should have been. We stood outside at my cousin's house. In the corner next door, the garages and a tree under the tree. You do not stand under a tree. You don't want to be near the tallest object and you don't want to be the tallest object out there. And he started explaining to me what was making that noise and the flashes in into something about that? That's why I like to say I like to joke and tell people. I was struck by lightning something about that. Transformed my fear and fascination, and ever since then I wanted to go into meteorology and I was real fortunate while I was in high school. In Memphis, the morning meteorologist CVS Cottam took me under his wing, and really gave me an early start I've had some amazing mentors along the way in various markets and just. There's also the aspect now that it's still a fascination. But I'm telling you about the weather I don't WanNa. Just be saying that people say it sounds like this. This is what a textbook says to look for. I want to tell you this is what you're looking for. This is what it sounds like because I've been through them. That's awesome. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for everything that you're doing to Kinda. You know continue to cover this This travesty that happened to our to our city, and any one of our listeners can follow Henry Henry Rothenberg on Instagram, and he's again. He's a meteorologist at new Sheena five-year Nashville, so henry thanks again. Thank you for your time. I appreciate it Shaka. All right so. Again. If you guys go on my instagram or Shawn, Johnson's page go to me. It's up there for people who have lost. Everything so to swipe up to donate to help Check out our links on our page and give what you can I told. My followers is last week one point nine million followers, and if every single one of you give a dollar, imagine the difference that we make. Let's.

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"m storm" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"m storm" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"And the day after police interviewed Tony Russo. And his wife. They brought him back in and again he was cooperative. said he was surprised to be a suspect in of all things a murder two years. I've done everything I can to make the best live from my family myself myself. Being caught up in this whole thing is such a mind boggling that silicon nightmare bare state right now but bits of information and the women's stories about a creepy man who looked a lot like him or stacking up detectives asked him about about the upscale neighborhoods where several women had reported seeing him often driving his mini van reason. Why Sunday night senior Dan over there? Surely I don't have the only shooter for mini van in this entire town. You only Peter Boardman in this entire town are in the entire state of Texas has yeah. That's true that is true by the time the detectives interviewed Tony. They'd already checked for priors and guess what that conviction the one he was on parole for was for kidnapping a very particular twist he had gone into office where a woman was alone and Tighter Zip ties and choked. Her did not kill her But did choker disturbingly familiar. Given what happened at Diane Hollick back then a decade. Before Diane's murder Tony confessed to kidnapping and was sentenced to twenty. He years in prison. It was there he met and Mary Janet and soon after was paroled after serving. Only one third of a sentence but the kidnapping charge arching wasn't all they founded Tony's record even earlier years earlier there was her it had actually been a quiet day. Eh Dawn the encountered Tony when she was twenty one year old apartment manager in Lake Jackson. Texas all alone late one afternoon in her buildings rental office offers a man walked in and he wanted to look at a two bedroom apartment for himself and his girlfriend he says Donald showed him and available apartment or walking down the hallway. We get back to what would be the master bedroom. So I open the closet door four and went into the closet to turn the light on in in a split second. He had me by the throat. She struck out. It tried scratching scratching and slapping him in an effort to get away but he took her down. The FRY knew what I was on the floor. I was on the floor face up. And he was straddling me with his both with his hands around my throat. Just just squeezing very tight. I wasn't able to speak wasn't able to breathe I was thrashing rushing and Greg Bucking. You know everything I could do until he grabbed my hands and pin them. I guess under his knees but I couldn't I I couldn't move my hands. It just dawned on me okay. Well this is it. This is the end absolute terror or it is absolute terror to told wear your life flashes before your eyes and a new thing. I'M GONNA die and you're at this is it. Then she thought no this would aww that she thrashed about until she was able to free your hands and I put my hands on his forearms trying to pull him away. I have sort of a high neck sweater on on and he kept pulling my sweater down to look at my neck and has is very Very different very scary and it was completely different. It was like flipping a switch. It was a very scary crazed. Look Donna in a panic. said all she could think of saying. I've been gone too long. They know what Department Hartman. I'm in. They will come looking for me and he would say you're lying. Don't don't lie to me. You better not be lying to me and would call me fantasies and would strike strike me. He's still holding onto your throat. Yes but he seemed to realize yes. There was a possibility somebody would be coming to look for her and as quickly become a monster his expression changed again and his eyes went softer then he completely took his hands off of me she just went like this and just covered his face and then sat back up in. He said. I can't believe I did this. Are you okay. Recused from personal. Yes it to the point that he was apologizing profusely for doing. It asked me if I was hurt. Asked me if I was OK. Helped me up. Uh of the floor helped me collect my necklace that was torn often thrown about. He begged done not to call the police but she did and he confessed. He was convicted of Misdemeanor Assault and was put on probation but as the years years went by he attacked five other women in similar ways including his kidnapping victim. Now he's been questioned by Austin police about a murder involving zip up ties and choking and was denying he knew anything about it saying the similarities with earlier. Incidents were merely coincidence. It's disgusting to sit here and listen to you. Talk about being such a devout Christian and forgiveness in how much you turn your life around when this one coincidence after another this toll thing goes back to similarities that. I'm sure coincidental back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine thousand nine hundred ninety one ninety two you know but you're this vis reborn Christian and you're GonNa sit here and lie about it. But the truth was at that point. Police could only prove patterns of behavior patterns. Tony only insisted he broke when he became a born again Christian really so the detective set up a little trap and asked him if his fingerprints prince could possibly be found on the real estate flyer. Have you ever handled real estate flyer for a house for herself in West off then your fingerprints but even Tony insisted otherwise they already. Ed received the test results from the real estate flyer saved by that woman. Thank you Lord. Tony Russa's fingerprints were positively on that Flyer. Well I mean we knew it was him. We just weren't able to put him anywhere and now we had them. We had him dead to rights true. They had him recently in the home of a woman. Who'd been terrified by his behavior but they didn't have him in Diane Hollick's House? Do you have that evidence. They needed time. They're worried what Iran and then the prosecutor had a canny idea when Rubio said he didn't touch the real estate flyer that was a lie and lying to the police was a parole violation so the DA's office cleverly came up with this charge that AH allowed us the time we needed to send off all the DNA and physical evidence to see if we could actually put him at her house. Bring your right hand back so into into jail. Went Tony Russo showtime with this script as victims. Come come face to face with Tony Russo. Fong phrase you've had any information.

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"m storm" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"m storm" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"Detectives investigating death of Diane Hollick. We're all too aware aware that stranger killings among the hardest solve at the point when you were driving around talking to people here. Did you have any idea what you're looking for you know. especially if that's stranger as careful as Diane's killer appeared to have been it was it was troon in the medical examiner look carefully for evidence of sexual assault semen the killer's saliva DNA under her fingernails. That sort of thing and there was none none at all. Go police want to one. Maybe one of the neighbors saw something or someone. I'm one suspicious and sure enough not one but several neighbors had seen a stranger. A potential home buyer. who was a a welcome visitor? Frankly in the difficult housing market that year they all agreed he was tall. Had dark slicked back hair and a big nose and that he said he wanted to pay cash for a Nice House. So was he the man who toured Diane's House Day of the storm you always try to find the last person that saw church victim alive and we thought well this could be the worst person to see her alive. who was this Phantom homebuyer? Did anybody get name. We didn't get one name. Walter Miller Miller in a number Walter Miller of course. They looked out the Walter Miller's around Austin and found two of them neither one fit that description go and the phone number the man left it ended up being a fax machine. It belonged to The wife of a guy by the name of of Matthew's Pulszky Matthew Pulszky. What was he all about? He did have a background. That involved. some drug addiction some assaults He'd had a restraining order put against him. And then we eventually tracked down Matthew. They realized right away he could not be the killer. It was is in a neck brace. He'd been in a bad accident and he had some paralysis in his arms so he knew it couldn't be him meeting this visitor. Whoever he was left a fake name and a fake phone number? Who would do that then? They found another neighborhood talked to the guy heard his story. got a good enough look at came to help with a composite sketch and we aired it on the ten o'clock news. Austin police have asked for help in solving a murder. Police wanted to question a man that was seen in the area a few days before that mortar the man is described as white between the ages of thirty five and forty five is about six feet tall and neatly dressed and we were hoping to get tips. What do you know before long? Women's started calling with tales about a man who wanted to buy a house. What were you hearing from people who ooh May Have had a visitor. Was it the same story. They were hearing. What pretty much? Yeah Yeah we're getting the story about this guy that sold his ranch in in South Boston was fake cash. And that is why for looking to do this. Quick and then the physical description they were all the same. Some callers like Tammy. Payment added curious details sales. He had on brand new genes. That were probably three sizes too long. It was the kind of strange thing remember. Said Real Estate Agent Tammy Emme. He had on a shirt a striped shirt. That had wrinkles in it. I mean folds just came out of the box. Oh he just bought clothes. I'm sure of it. He had suspenders offers on which nobody wears suspenders. And it wasn't like his pants. Were falling off. But it's when she showed him into the House that our nerves went on alert. They said slow after you after you and it was a standoff at the bottom of the stairs I wouldn't go. You know my stomach is tight inside. Tummy was wary years earlier. She had been raped by an armed customer. At a store she managed. I knew that my instincts and all that I had learned and all that I have been through where the reason and that I was nervous about him. His name was Jim sage. He kept trying to get her into upstairs rooms. He wanted to get me in there and I didn't budge. I stood there and all the bells were going off tabby called the police to report this. Jim Sage did he hurt you. Did he threaten you. Did he put his hands on you and I had to say no to all of that. He said I'm sorry. There's nothing we can do now. Dan Hollick had been murdered strangled and with shudder. tammy remembered. The man's odd suspenders that he used the Monday and Hollick snack. When did that hit you? After you found that she was strangled calls kept coming in women with stories of a strange man. Posing thing is a home buyer some truly hair raising stories like what happened to ask real estate agent number the blunt six months before Diane was murdered a man had called older about whatever houses it was vacant listing and I asked him if he been prequalified by lender. And I'm paying in cash so I drove over to meet him at the House. I go to the door to greet him and immediately he was behind me he would never walk in front at me which made melody uncomfortable comfortable especially because he only wanted to see vacant houses and the whole time that I was showing him the home he was never looking at any room. He seemed to be more interested in looking out. When does then he did the actual room? She said something else seemed talk about it. He has a tick in his neck. He's constantly cracking and popping his neck and Breathing very very heavy. Nobody wanted to leave but then the man noticed that attached garage. He was adamant about getting in the garage. He settled Really want to see inside the garage and started that neck popping. Her hands shook as you tried to work. The key in the door didn't open. I just turned to him. So I'm leaving gem to my car locked the car and took off and I left him. She drove home still shaking. I have never cried nor prayed so hard and my whole life because I felt I dodged a bullet melody. Call the police to got same message is Tammy they did not believe me Did he in touch you. Did he hurt you and now we did not but once. She saw the story about Diane and the sketch I looked at it and immediately knew that it was the same man scurries stories. Who was this man? And how were they going to find him. The more calls about the mystery mad. She immediately got a creepy feeling from him. And the detectives have been waiting. Aim Four. She actually wrote down his license plate.

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"m storm" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"m storm" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"For suspicion. There was lots of go around after Diane Hollick was choked to death in her own guest bedroom. At least one of Diane's France directed her suspicion at Dennis. The man who said he was her fiance but was he anymore. Dennis wore it wasn't him but maybe he was suspicious. Suspicious to what about this guy he asked. What about Ray? There was a man that she worked with by the name of Rafael Chauncey and she had actually hired him at IBM so she was kind of his boss. Maybe more than his boss. Here's what Diane's friends told the police and thus about Ray. He was Johnny on the spot every time she needed some always call ray he was there and he did I. You know honestly in my heart I believe I believe he really truly loved her and would have married her if she'd have if she had having it seemed off to Dennis raise relationship with Diane when he told the police. It was a little too cozy obsessive. Maybe he always felt like ray kind of took a liking to her and was was very infatuated with her and he would always offered to take care of her dogs when she was out of town always wanted to be kind of close to her and so I thought maybe that he had too much of an interest interest in Diane. What's more ray had his own personal key to Diane's house and remember there was no forced entry the killer was either invited in or had at a key so protective garish asked ray to come into the station to answer a few questions except it was ray who seemed to be full of questions from I was working? Unfortunately you know anything about Diane Hollick until I went to her house last night so a little better and he seemed excited to share what he knew spoken to two years. He was an odd character super eager to help us almost too eager to the point where we were. It just threw us off a little bit for me. I can have you so my my payment was always a dog. She was down two years folks at our house sitter no more time. I even changed my schedule so that I can watch our house when she was doing sure. Man I can't believe Diane didn't reciprocate. Your feelings brings problems between no beginning at the beginning. Some always was very spoilt tour very affectionate and she didn't like it. They played good cop. Bad Cop another detective came in and pressed. Ray No just to know sexual relations even just want to always WANNA and do. Whenever did ray agree? Yes he did have a key to her house but he also had an alibi. He was at work. The Day Diane was murdered pension at work. Imagine US record. You can use student of important my skin core you can ask them the records of now. Nothing I didn't mean that day Ray said he stayed late at work and then drove home through. That terrible. Traffic created by. The storm didn't get home till ten thirty. PM and after that state Nestle stay home and sleep lose Max organised warning against it. o'clock it o'clock until of course they need to verify all that but when they asked ray about Dennis the fiance had it here in dentistry. It's a loaded question isn't it. I mean I want the truth. I mean if they're never comfortable they were married. It's November but they didn't do engagement clearly. Diana complicated relationships of Dennis and ray so just as they had done with Dennis us. Police fingerprinted ray took a DNA Swab on looking Jaren told detectives. Dan had a date with a man the very night she was killed script. They couldn't figure out who that man was. Stay but they track down every man she'd met from the dating service. It's just lunch. I interviewed every single date. She had through that service too. Many options police wondered how Diane Strangled by a man she'd met through the dating service man. She knew well even loved had yet. Something seemed to be missing but what this wasn't I'm going to be easy funeral. And a wedding and what. Some say was a former fiancee's extremely strange each behavior. He did a morbid thing. I mean beyon- and finally a clue was this one of his mistakes.

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"m storm" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"m storm" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"I got a page from the supervisor and homicide saying that a woman had been found deceased in her home in Northwest Austin Detectives Tracy Garish and Eric. Delo Santos had long since learned that. If the callout didn't tell them much the crime scene probably probably would but went. Diane Hollick was murdered. We had her body. We had the scene and that was all in the beginning. They look for evidence of forced entry. There was none. The doors were locked and the windows. Were all intact so either the killer knew her and I had a key to the the house where she left the person in in any event. It certainly didn't look like a robbery turned deadly because she still had her watch on. She still had tennis bracelet on and she had a charm that was stuck in her hair. That had obviously been on a necklace that was not around her neck. She also had some money that was sticking out of her pocket. So maybe Diane's body would tell them the story of what happened to her. The killer had hidden her under a bedspread. It appeared that she'd been strangled ligature mark around her neck. It could have been a rope. It could have been one of those flex bands that you use to exercise but clearly not. Somebody's hand clearly early now. Renault Finger. No what about her eyes and her face was there any sign. They're definitely had Patiya in the eyes and that usually happens from from strangulation and she appeared to have a bruise on her cheek. Rubbing type of a bruise on her cheek and then she had four of them on her stomach rubbing type of bruce as long as if he were being dragged across the carpet and it was a rug burn. They discovered smudges of lipstick and Skara on the carpet in the bedroom and we also compound a spot of urine where her body would have been had. She been strangled so we knew something bad happened there at that particular spot. What if you must have been killed there and dragged behind the bed where they found her body? was there any indication that she had been sexually assaulted in any way. No her clothes aren't messed up. There was nothing indicate that she had been fighting and she had no scratch marks on her neck. Why didn't she try to defend yourself? Why didn't she try to remove the Lancashire Pitcher so as we continue to look at the body then when we see we noticed some faint red marks on her wrist? That was interesting. Because you don't usually see that there was no ties. There was no rope. There was no tape that was around her in the room. Or just red marks red marks Little Red marks that looked somehow familiar it looked like two parallel lines and then perpendicular to those lines or little little lines are probably. It'll be a sixteenth of an inch apart. I've seen these marks before you know sometimes on the flex ties we used to make rest ties. We thought is like oh well zip ties nice to binder so then he would have cut them off afterwards he obviously cut them up. Afterwards and we knew that immediately detected delos Santos mind went to the darkest replaces. Diane must have been restrained with ZIP ties. Helpless terrified as she watched her killer. Prepare the ligature and put it round her neck. Think we kinda hard that she go through what was going through your head and after she was dead the killer must have stayed for a while carefully erasing any sign nine of his or her presence. So that in itself was odd. That does it happen a lot. You commit the act of murder and then you you leave Steve. You're scared you WANNA get out of there. You don't WanNa get caught that this person. Hey we didn't know male or female didn't do that. who was this person so deliberate deliberate so coldblooded this was no straightforward case? Nothing simple abounded. That probably didn't sleep for seventy two hours as they chased down there endless thus questions. So what does that leave you with was a targeted killing him. Somebody was angry with her. Those are all possibilities. Most of the time. You're going to be killed by someone so when you know yeah sometimes someone you know very well and of course we all familiar with domestic violence show. We want to see who. Who's the and the immediate inner circle of her life from Diane's friends? They learned she'd been married years before but spent most of her adult life as a single woman and happily Napoli so until she changed her mind. She loved her single life and she loved her independence but an interesting thing happened when she she hit forty she decided I need a partner. I need somebody like my friends. Have I WANNA marriage I want. I want the things they have so giants set out to find a mate. Eight with the help of the dating service. It's just bunch and pretty soon. She met a divorced father of two than Dennis. Conley I think they truly immediately had chemistry. I think they were in love. He was a successful businessman. He was handsome he took her everywhere. And that's what she was looking for just two months later. Dennis presented Diane with the Bobble of a lifetime at twenty thousand dollar engagement ring. He loved her. He put her on a pedestal and treated her like a queen. She liked to start her. She cared very much for his daughters and that was a good strong point. They made plans as lovers. Do Dennis had moved from Austin to Houston. The idea was Dan could sell her big house and move down there too. It was a down on market then but as Dan does your friend she'd met at least one potential buyer but now Dan was dead and there were all those questions. I'm not a robbery and yet as detective soon discovered something was missing that twenty thousand dollars engagement ring. Nowhere to be found so police wonder where was fiance Dennis during the violent storm. Did he know something and the storm outside and in they argued a lot we had our ups.

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"m storm" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"m storm" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"Answer. Someone had killed her. We have her body body. We had the scene that was all she was single. Pretty and popular. There was always around whenever Diane was there always most the time. You're going to be killed by someone you know someone you know very well then chilling stories from other women. He wants to get me in there and I didn't budge. All the bills were going off. I jumped in my car and took off. I felt I dodged a bullet in his fantasy there nightmare in my wildest dreams I never imagined that a website like this could even exist. That was extremely frightening. Oh boy it gets into pretty dark territory. Doesn't that case it was the afternoon to noon of November Fifteenth Austin Texas Four. PM There was something ominous in the air. Suddenly the smell of it the familiar feel of it against the skin storm coming something big. They did. Tell us in on the news if you don't have to go out tonight doubt because we are going to get relentless rains. It's and then the sky overhead. Turn dark like midnight in the afternoon and when it gets like that it's pitch blackout and you have the fear for tornadoes off said the announcers on TV twisters had been spotted headed toward parts of the city including Oth- West and Diane lived in the Northwest West and I called her and I said hey girl said you know they just said that there was a tornado heading in your direction. And she's like my direction and she's like I don't know what to do. Uh never been in a tornado so she must be freaked out. She's very freaked out and then the ferocious rain hellish wind fickle funnel clouds dipped in swirled around the city. The Nice morning of Friday. It was all over friends checked on friends but no one could could reach. Diane the freaked out one. Dan Hollick worked from home work for IBM that Friday morning. So unlike her she missed a conference call to talk about. You wanted to check to make sure your phone calls from. IBM and some friends and went to voicemail. This affair. And I was GONNA fifty. Were show up tonight or not. She didn't I got to the club and I was waiting and she didn't come in common. I spent all my time to wondering when she was gonNA show APP. Catchy been caught in the storm was a house. Hit A CO worker. Recall the police who cruised over to Diane's exclusive neighborhood and found her fine big house unscathed they peered through windows. I know one they secured a key. They went upstairs and they're all hidden behind a guest room bed. They found around Diane. Someone had had killed her. I actually had a scream of some just like you can't. It's not true. That's not. That's not what happened but of course it was Dan Hollick forty three years old. Suddenly the unlikely center of a strange strange disturbing mystery a most unlikely victim. Murder absolutely lived a life Augusta. She was a vivacious beautiful woman. Lyn Lepore had known Diane since the nineties when they started working together at. Ibm She loved her friends. She loved her family family. We would vacation together. We'd have so much fun and just laugh and laugh and laugh well a lot of things we like to do all together. The other was we hit the clubs a lot. Lots of Dancing Lhasa dancing. Dan Matt Anita Laka me and Sharon Cooper in the Ladies Room in Austin Inbar. She was in there. Oh you've got home cowboy boots you must know where country bar is nice but yeah to the will my best friends coming in us. We're going to go there when she gets here and she said cold. I'M GONNA go with Y'all ever met her. Never seen her before she had been town. Three Weeks Diane says well. I'm not dressed for the club so she gets a truck for car were her clothes and starts pulling out something Western wear and starts putting it on right out there in the parking lot. She's crazy throwing on things that she feels restaurants parking lot so we all dancing all night long. She was just having a blast and she was so happy that she had met the two of us because she said now I have me some dancing by these magnetic which which set her colleague. Lynn helped make her a fine recruiter for IBM would send her off to colleges and these kids they would just gravitate to her. She had a personality finality. That just stood out and her attitude endlessly adventurous. One time I remember sending her off to do a recruiting trip and check it out there and there were doing a balloon fast and she called me up and said I need half a day off and I said why she's jumping in a balloon and going should always kind of test the edges ages. which always? Yes she would throw all kinds of parties at our house and invite everyone she knows survey may not know each other but everybody knew yes yes and she and she was great she just loved having all of these wonderful people around her in any room. Any crowd Diane was the lure especially two men was never a problem going out with her because she was like a magnet for all of us. Now there was always men around whenever Diane was there always so there were now she was dead and the one thing that seemed obvious there in that second floor bedroom. What happened to Diane bore? The mark of a man killer is calm and cool as he is cold hard and you commit the act of murder and then you you leave you. Don't want to get. They caught. This person. Didn't do that. That in itself was odd at a suspect emerges someone close to Diane. An interesting thing happened when she hit forty she decided I need a partner. I WANNA MARRIAGE.

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"m storm" Discussed on Climate 2020

Climate 2020

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"m storm" Discussed on Climate 2020

"Okay so they can explore for additional reserves of oil and gas which which were most says we shouldn't be buying anyway we we cannot see and quickly if we can there's a carbon budget which means we only have a certain amount of carbon we can burn that goes up in the atmosphere and stays up there for hundreds of years and once we've and we're burning about forty gig tons or so a year we will we've only got about you know less than four hundred gig attempts Max that we can put up in the atmosphere and we've reached the I just don't know what happens it could be even more catastrophic that's the carbon budget the carbon budget basically just selena Stanford carbon budget basically says that if we burn more than a certain basic form were stranded assets come into place that the oil and gas industry in order to prop up their stock prices their public stock prices because they're all public companies they have to continue to show that have assets that's what props up their price but those assets are four five six times names the amount of carbon that we can safely afford to burn so if we're not going to burn them and and and there are government regulations and business decisions it's off the books off the financial books that's where this that sort of this term comes of course you know the market has already has already figured out some of this the fossil fuel boardroom they're starting to take place in private conversation and even in the halls of Congress off the record my view is they need to be on the record they need to be a public discussions we need to have that public discussion so that's why groups like extinction rebellion and all of the various youth climate groups are starting to put immense pressure on the financial system not just the government systems they want to have this discussion to very public and very urgently well you know two things about that there was a study recently that showed that it was uh-huh came out in about two months ago came up at that investors in black rock one of the major financial management firms lost ninety billion dollars over the past decade by staying heavily invested in fossil fuels even as that sector dramatically underperformed compared to the rest of the market so there's there's already been that kind of message gets gets through and it's a mixture of the development movement it's a mixture of the stranded asset question it's a mixture of the climate risked as a reporter energy reporter for the Wall Street Journal and and I asked Russell Who's written a book called superpower I asked him about the issue of stranded assets.

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"m storm" Discussed on Climate 2020

Climate 2020

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"m storm" Discussed on Climate 2020

"Donald J trump will not be the nominee of the Republican Party in November twenty twenty he thinks I'm crazy.

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"m storm" Discussed on Innovation Now

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"m storm" Discussed on Innovation Now

"Today's meteorologists have a plethora of ground based instruments to help forecast the weather but some new satellites no no larger than a shoebox may help us see the big picture in great detail. This is innovation now. Although today's weather experiments provide is an enormous amount of weather information none provide a global view of what's happening inside a storm measuring how water and air move you've thunderstorms globally is essential for predicting severe weather so nasa is testing a new type of weather satellite to fill the gap rain rain. Cube is a technology demonstration satellite that could provide a real time look inside storms. The satellite's antenna sends out chirps chirps or specialized radar signals that bounce off raindrops and send back a picture of what the inside of a storm looks like but rain ncube isn't meant to track storms all alone. Many of the tiny satellites could be inexpensively launched into orbit flying together the rain cubes could relate updated information about storm movement and effectively predict amounts of rain snow sleet and pale anywhere on the globe hello for innovation now. I'm jennifer poet. Innovation now is produced by the national institute of aerospace through collaboration with nasa.

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"m storm" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"m storm" Discussed on Reveal

"Continue or interrupt your bring nece- it's your choice Yudo needed. I know sees to have that decision because I watch on is legal. Would you don't want you to come? Six months from now until me that you never had an option because nobody told you about it most people who get Sika don't have any symptoms. So the only way to know which babies are exposed is to test each double actually triple job. I'm also concerned about public health. So he's public host individual health future of the country in terms of the infants. During our first meeting Carmen talk a lot about how bad the economy was and how many doctors relieving the island to practice on the mainland. Still Puerto Rico was a head of many places when it came to tracking Zico all pregnant women were tested and for babies who were born with the virus. The government set up a system to track them for three years and all this was free by two thousand seventeen Puerto Rico was tracking four thousand babies with Zico then in September came hurricane Maria a hundred and sixty five and now the National Hurricane Center does believe storm into rent hit on the populated eastern part of Puerto Rico, the governor issuing dire warning saying this is going to be a catastrophic storm I tried reaching Carmen on the phone when the storm hit it took me two weeks. She told me it was like the island had been hit by a nuclear bomb, and she was. Sauced it from working around the clock. Now, we're in much Warsi Dwayne shown only six percent of people have our right now seen days after the hero game. We're we're initiative mode. Even though her hospital was barely functioning. It was one of the few open and Carmen was delivering more babies than ever thirty percent. More than usual. They has Kersee collapsed as where I sit our system as a communication system, and we're only dealing with the -mergency so anything that's routine like all the babies born from women infected we've see go these babies need even wishes. That stocked and it will not be until maybe weeks from now that the services was surely start renewing an being implemented weeks. That's how long Carmen thought. It would take for the island to recover enough to start thinking about Zeka. Again. After that. I call I checked in with Carmen at least once a month and on each call. She told me the same thing. There was no word from the government about restarting Zeke attesting for pregnant women. So in the spring of two thousand eighteen six months after the hurricane. I went back to Puerto Rico to find out what was going on. There was no see this thing ever done seeing September two thousand seventeen see uric. So we have no way of knowing if we are still having transmission or not doctors could still draw blood tested for. But there wasn't much point to it. That's because they were being told the government health lab that performs the test was closed for business. Not only that this is when officials announced that the crisis was over that there were no new cases of Zeka on the island. It was like Zepa had been swept away by the hurricane the website of the healthy barman, which by the way is no longer there. I guess or they do personally Parman website to see whether they had any secrets that sticks. Nothing. They have nothing. They're now, it's only the old reports Carmen couldn't believe it. The government was saying there were no new cases of Zieger after the hurricane but fifteen hundred pregnant women had been diagnosed earlier that same year doctor. She works with couldn't believe it..

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