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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"We need to do everything we can to mitigate the risk knowing there's always going to be some If done safely, The risk is likely low. Other school administrators and rural areas of Michigan say they're getting pushback from parents without Internet and cell phone service. Corporation counsel for the city of Detroit, meanwhile, seeking to have the mayor's name removed from a lawsuit over the opening of Detroit schools, a group of teachers, parents and students filed suit in the Michigan Court of Claims. They're asking for an emergency injunction to end in person Summer school he got underway on Monday. A press release, Lawrence Garcia said quote. The people who filed this lawsuit obviously have no idea who makes these decisions who should get the credit or blame for them. He goes on to say I will seek to have the mayor dismissed, given his Utter non involvement. Getting back to campus during a band Emmick well, such plans being announced by Wayne State University, as all students staying in a residence hall for the fall semester should expect to be tested. For covert 19. So says the Wayne State president and Roy Wilson and will also do periodic tests of the students and then in terms of the general student body. We're still working out the details, but we'll probably do some sort of periodic random sample testing to make sure that There's not something going on that we don't know about. Wilson says classes will be a mixture of in person online and remote within person classes, making up on Lee about 20% of the instruction. Commemorating those who have been lost to covert 19 and Detroit as well as honoring first responders and others on the front line who continue to toil the city of Detroit. Planning all that it's a two day memorial August 30th 30th that isn't 31st. Director of Arts and Culture Rochelle Riley says there will be individual ceremonies in each of the city district's on that Sunday, the 30th which will continue the following Monday. I'm Belle while at 8:45 a.m. We're goingto ask every Michigan, Southeast Michigan resident, everybody in the city every organization, every church to ring bells for 15 minutes. To honor our lost souls. Riley says Detroit Memorial Day will give family and friends of victims an opportunity to mourn their losses. Coming up in the minutes ahead. The city of Detroit helping tenants in trouble. Fear being out on the streets will tell you about that. But first J News time is 11 await traffic.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

07:27 min | 2 months ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Out June nineteenth days. Oh okay, sorry. I thought it was I thought it was in July. June nineteenth th grade. So? That's why we chose that date June eighteenth. That's the. Of of the celebration of the emancipation proclamation. Issued out on on that on that date. I growing up I grew up in Seattle so I didn't know about June eighteenth down in Texas it is. It's huge I. Mean it is a really big day down in Texas and it's actually the day that. The emancipation proclamation made it to the slaves. In Texas right right right and I didn't celebrated either I. Hear about that that holiday until I? College and Glenn the reason I did Uncle Tom is because the the young director Justin Malone approached me a couple of years ago and he said I like the interview about Wyatt. Is You get all this grief? Because you they to descend from the Democratic? Party He said WHA-. What is it that that people are? Are you got call? Uncle Tom and Kuhn and self loathing and I and I said well. It's because people have real strong views. And he kept saying but yeah, but why, but why, and the more you said Glen the. The more I realize there's never been any sort of examination about what it is. That causes people like Allen West and Candice Owens and Larry Elder and Herman Cain and and Bob Woodson some other people to be called all these vowel Nathan all which suggesting is a your fate is in your hands. Be America in the year. Two Thousand Twenty is not America in the year eighteen, twenty, and seeing not everything that-that's bothering. You can be traced to Jim, crow and slavery, and for that reason we're called all sorts of names. Wouldn't it be good news Glenn? We were right, I mean. I'm looking at all this stuff going on in our streets and I tell people that if anything, the cops are more hesitant. To pull the trigger on a black suspect that under white suspect, there've been several studies that suggest that including one by a black economists at Harvard Name Rolling Fire. He said it was the most shocking results if your career assumed his study was going to confirm they the the narrative that the police are out mowing down black people using disproportionate force against them, and he found not only was it not true that copper more hesitant more reluctant to use deadly force against black people now when I say this, inevitably Glenn. As you know radio, somebody will call up and they'll be hostile and I'll be called Uncle Tom and all this and I say to them. Why don't you pull from me? Why don't you want me to be right? Call me naive. Call me oblivious, but my goodness okay Tom. What is this? We just had a black President Glenn. We had back to back attorneys general for crying out loud. This is not your father's America and to act like it is in. My opinion, insults the hard work that people like Mlk did be get us to the place. We all right now. MLK has got to be rolling in his grave along honestly with George Floyd I mean if this were my legacy. And this is what my death caused I would be. I would be horrified horrified, absolutely an and the premise. The premise is just false. There are seven thousand black people who were killed on average in the last several years. Almost all of them are killed by other blacks. When you look at interracial black white homicide, it is rare, but to the extent that it happens. It's about seven hundred and fifty times each year, Glenn five hundred of them are white. People kill by blacks to fifty or or blacks by white so blacks at thirteen percent of the population killed twice as many whites. White. Kill was sixty one percent of the population. These are just facts. Last year there were nine unarmed blacks killed by the police. There were nineteen on arm whites. I defy your audience to name our white because MSNBC CNN van Jones Don Lamont. They don't give a damn about an arm. White Guy, but unarmed black guy is called out to guard is bringing up Washington this March in the city. This is how the media. Media. Manipulate you, meanwhile, Memorial Day Weekend Chicago Ten people killed forty nine people shot year to year. More people shot into cargo and killed in Chicago than last year. Even though they've been under a co- Ronan virus shutdown. We're not talking about that. We're not talking about because we're talking about the the rare occasion. Unfortunate, obviously where somebody a police officer has done something bad guy and officer did not the police department this individual. Did. Let's deal with the individual officer officers involved in the case. You know the the officer in this particular case Larry. What are your thoughts on on him? Well I think that the officer who did this certainly should be charged whether he charged whether he gets convicted of first degree. Murder is a whole different ballgame, and that's what bothers me. He's been charged with third. We murder, which seems reasonable to me. I doubt that he was intentionally trying to kill this guy in front of all these people and one of the police officer, but certainly he acted negligently in a in a in a criminal way. What are the other officers are equally culpable is another question that open? My Ba- my concern, though Glenn this autopsy that was done by. By Michael Baden and the and the lawyer and they both said this suggests a first degree homicide count should be filed really I degree requires intent deliberation. Are you telling me that this guy got up in the morning and said I'm GonNa find a black guy. I'M GONNA. Kneel on his neck and kill him in front of a bunch of people telling me not to do it, and in front of in front of three other police officers. Good luck with that went in. That's the marker. You're going to have another riot when when the jury comes back and says not guilty on first degree. Yeah, well, you can't. You cannot prove the intent and forethought. How are you going to in less? He said to somebody you know what I'm. That's what I'm going to do. There's there's no way to have first degree murder, third degree, murder, manslaughter, open shop, open and shut case in my Bagley exam, so Larry? I've never seen. Something that America has come together on more than this. I mean I don't know of an American that. Saying now lives the police. Get Away with it I. Don't know anybody who thinks this guy was right, not a soul and Glen Gwynne, and that's the point. It'd be one thing if the fraternal order of police put out a statement and say well, this is standard tactic out. Dare you accuse US officer of homicide in. With for now order, please put out a statement announced. What these officers I. Don't know a single publicly or privately. WHO's ever said? This is okay at you've got a very liberal mayor. Who sympathetic you've got the vice. President of city. Council happens to be black. The State Attorney General in Minnesota is black would gives you the impression that when all these officers were fired summarily and lead cop arrested in charge. What makes you think will not be thoroughly investigated such that you've gotta go out in the streets and tear up the place for for six six or eight days now in a row? This is absurd. So what's happening? Larry. What's happening? Is You've got a bunch of people who've been taught that? If there's any kind of thing that goes wrong, you should assume that it's a a reflection of institutional racism. It's a microcosm of institutional racism. The point is we've gotten to the point in America. In my opinion gland, where raises so insignificant, the media and the so-called leaders have to invent stuff in order to keep blacks angry, so they pull that lever ninety five cents for the for the Democratic Party. That's why made this. This documentary, the documentary simply gets black people permission to think for themselves. That's.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

06:04 min | 2 months ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Went down, took his microphone down to the streets of of Dallas during the daytime, and was talking to somebody who is a graffiti artist about what was happening. I went to play this I. Want You really listen to this conversation? At lease that point the has been held on longer with about non. Row So. What would you matters is? THE MESSAGE GET OUT! The door was not right. That's why I think the message is out. Do you think that? windows and the looting gets the message out. He take. It hurts to message. The message everything. All of it is a part of the MRS whether it's looting. Rather his painting on buildings, whether is drawn on t shirts whether it's wearing certain sues. All of it is a message and all these gets. All you say I think this is I. I don't know the story exactly. I think this is beautiful. I think. I think that's true, but people can't loop. People can't commit crimes violation of other people, but the poachers can kill. You know they can't. They should have been they have been now. People are looting. Oh and now people are rising up. That's what it is rise. They looted visit rising up. So this is the same the justice when a black man I got adopted something even do. K. Stopped. This is the argument that you're having with people all around the country all around the country, even our kids. If you have older, kids might be saying things like this that hey, well. This has gotta stop. Yes, it does, but you must separate the two. We agree it's only when you merge these two together that we have problems now. How do we talk about that? How do we get our police to be able to talk to somebody when they don't see things the same way except? Should not be gunning down or kneeling some lunch somebody's neck. We agree on George Floyd. So. How do we get past all of this? Let me. Show you one more piece. I Want I want to? I want to. Show you the piece of video that I saw yesterday that I thought was unbelievable. It comes from Fayetteville. The police officers lined up across the street and they were in two or three rows, and it looked like they were ready for confrontation, and then they took a knee, and what happened afterwards was phenomenal. Watch this video. In case you haven't seen it in. You're watching on the blaze TV. All of a sudden. After. They take a knee. Many, if not most of the protesters take, the takes a while. And you're seeing them trying to figure out what what's happening here. And the leadership of that protest. kind of walks in front of take it easy. Take an knee. Then what's amazing is the little child leaves. The looks somebody who appears to be a child is the first one to go all the way over to the line. And shake the hands of a police officer. Several people approach they may have said something, but it's the child that actually is the one that goes way to the line first, and then more people start coming to the line, and they line up. Just like at the end of any. Any good sports game where they all shake hands at the end. This was miraculous. Now, there's training that is being started now and Wayne State University is starting police de escalation training, because they're not trained in any of this kind of stuff and M. Roy Wilson is the president of Wayne State. University, he's with us now. Do I. Call 'em like the James Bond or Roy. or Mr Wilson. Yeah. Either a fine Dr Wilson Roy anything. You WanNa call me okay. All right I am and that's the one you left off. So Roy tell me what tell me what you're doing. In trying to train the police, and how many how many officers and departments are involved? Yeah for let me just first of all. Say That you know obviously being on radio I I couldn't see the the image that you were portraying, but if I was picturing that the way you were describing it, and it was a very beautiful imagery, and what happened there the? Kneeling it occurred to me that that is a form of escalation, and that's what we're talking about trying to. Keep the situation from getting worse to aggression into violence, and then ultimately sometimes people getting killed. You Know Samuel. You might remember. This was about four or five years ago now able to a black man was fatally shot by a white. University of Cincinnati. Police Officer D- It was during a routine traffic stop. And you know like the universe. Cincinnati officers are armed and have full police authority. the reaction of course was was skating in terms of what happened. And even though you know, our officers have a very good relationship with the community. politics is just one incident to just break all that down and if it was a devastating to the University of Cincinnati and we don't want something like that happening here. So this on national de-escalation training. Center is a is an attempt to. start off with our own police department. And we've already had a couple of training sessions is state of the art de-escalation training? augmented with.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

10:45 min | 2 months ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Training because they're not trained in any of this kind of stuff and M. Roy Wilson is the president of Wayne State University he's with us now do I call you and like the James Bond or Roy or Mr Wilson yes that is either a fine doctor Wilson Roy anything you want to call me okay all rights title like M. and that's when you left off so what right tell me what tell me what you're doing it and trying to train the police and how many how many officers and and departments are involved yeah let me just first of all say that you know obviously being on radio I I couldn't the the the image that you work for train but it I was picturing that that the way you're describing it and it was a very beautiful imagery and what happened there the office is the only it occurred to me that that is a form of de escalation and that's what we're talking about trying to keep a situation from getting worse to aggression into violent and then ultimately sometimes people getting killed you know Samuel deployed you might remember this is about four five years ago now a book about a black man that would go up Bailey shot by a white university of Cincinnati please welcome third it was during a routine traffic stop and you know like the universe Cincinnati you know officers are armed and half will please according the reaction of course was what stating in terms of what happened and even though you know our office have a very good relationship with the community all it takes is just one incident to just break all that down and it was a devastating to the university of Cincinnati and and we don't want something like that happening here so this is a national decoration training center is that it is an attempt to start off with our own police department and we've already had a a couple of training sessions it's state of the art the escalation training augment it with the optimization our training and then use a a hub and spoke model and have regional centers throughout the country err and we've begun that intact the in in North Carolina and there will be others are coming along it is a it is a non profit that is incorporated in the state of Michigan we started after that so that there's not a proper motive here at all it's really are trying to get a public service to get out there and and get de escalation training certainly among university police forces but outside outside of that into other law enforcement to so I have to tell you but Wilson I am I'm glad to hear that this is going on it because we we don't know how to talk to each other and I've seen a few examples of of the police here recently that have done some amazing things and just totally took the situation from very tense to me you know of almost a joyous situation but what is the goal and what are the things that you are you are teaching yeah what is based on it based on personality pro probably being able to identify certain personality quickly and based on the identification of personalities being able to respond based on that particular personality B. the actual instrument is something that's been used for what's called discrete D. I. yet the which represent certain personality types but the the I don't want to get to technical here but the the there's been a modification of that should be even more precise than the bears for personality types and and now with the modifications of twenty six up types that can be used to identify particular personality types and then based on that the the law enforcement officers are are trained to approach and and modify their behavior based on the personalities of the of the subject that they're apprehending so my question is how do we how do we get past the because we're arguing too things we're arguing about the protests and the riots and I have no problem with peaceful protests at all you can protest for anything and I'm fine and I'll I'll you know stand by here and take the Billy club to they had to stand up for your right to protest that's very American but then we have that mixed with the riots which no American is four and also mixed with this violence on George Floyd which also I think it's unanimous no one is backing that everyone wants to see that guy go to jail how do we separate these things to be able to have a rational conversation yeah I mean certainly it is very emotional you know when you really think about it a black boy today yeah the one in one thousand chance of being killed by law for now I'm going to just put that in perspective let's say out of all population ten million ten thousand and I think that ten million because the population Michigan where what state is and you know Michigan has been one of the states that have been ravaged by the coronavirus and yet when you really think about the number of deaths it's about a little over five thousand so that's only half the number of black boys who will die if not then this is done and so the emotion is understandable yeah and the the sense of urgency is understandable but you're actually right I mean the the you know you have to separate the looting and violence with the peaceful protest and unfortunately I I do think that that the mess the the actual message is getting a little bit I drowned out by some of the negativity I think the riots of the worst thing for I mean we could have been United on this easily because honestly I don't know a single person that said I'll well still be be I don't know a single person that said you know that they found that fentanyl was in his bed in his bloodstream and he had a record blah blah blah I still don't know anybody who said this was right I mean I don't care what your record was if if you are laying down on the ground and then that you have a police officer sitting on your neck you are on your neck I don't care if you're Charles Manson is that neither this is you are abusing human rights and you don't have a right as a cop to kill that guy the sloppy is is not even begin to describe that and and I don't care who it is but that message is being that message is being lost we've made a lot of progress and that message is really being lost by the damage being done because people want to steal sneakers yeah well you know I I think that you said that a lot of progress been made you know I think a lot of people would say that progress really hasn't been made and and end up probably part of the part of the issue you know every black man that you know my age have have encounter with a police force that could have gone bad in in some ways I sometimes feel like I'm a survivor you know at the young man I I probably have a chip on my shoulder then in about how may I ask who we all respect how how old are you Sir my sixty six years old okay so you're ten years older than me and I remember those days not like you do but I remember those days and I don't think we're the same nation that we were you know in the sixties and early seventies yeah we're probably not but on that thing at the same token you know I I do worry about my twenty eight year old son you know he reminds me a little bit too much of me when I was younger but like okay yeah you know I made it but you know get something out something's got to be done in order to make sure of that the the the the the district that I told you you know one in one thousand blackboard today will can be checked out one in one thousand chance of dying at the hands of law enforcement unless something changes so hopefully that the escalation training will be helpful I I think you know we think it's certainly a key and the idea of going to mention this to have a headquarters here Wednesday but to have hubs at if you may have of regional centers at you know throughout the country and you know we just don't want another situation that occurred at the university of Cincinnati who do you happen yeah yes please thank you thank you for this if anybody is interested how does anybody become involved in that if if you are a the police department yeah I think it's a you know called of the you know they can call me if they want and you know make sure of that they get down to the right person the right person to call really is he Tony hall who is the chief of police here Wednesday university okay all right thank you so much I appreciate it god bless are you bet I I will tell you that.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:10 min | 2 months ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on KTOK

"De escalation training because they're not trained in any of this kind of stuff and M. Roy Wilson is the president of Wayne State University he's with us now do I call you M. like the James Bond or Roy or Mr Wilson yes that is either a fine doctor Wilson Roy anything you want to call me okay all rights title like M. and that's when you left off right tell me what tell me what you're doing it in trying to train the police and how many how many officers and and departments are involved yeah let me just first of all say that you know obviously being on radio I I couldn't the the the image that you work for train but it I was picturing that that the way you're describing it and it was a very beautiful imagery M. what happened there B. offices the only it occurred to me that that is a form of de escalation and battle we're talking about trying to keep a situation from getting worse to aggression into violent and then ultimately sometimes people getting killed you know Samuel deployed you might remember it this is about four five years ago now a book about a black man that would go up Bailey shot by a white university of Cincinnati police officer it was during a routine traffic stop and you know like the universe internet you know officers are armed in half will please according the reaction of course was what stating in terms of what happened and even though you know our office does have a very good relationship with the community all it takes is just one incident to just break all that down and it was a devastating to the university of Cincinnati and and we don't want something like that happening here so this is a national data collation training center is that it is an attempt to start off with our own police department and we've already had a a couple of training sessions it's state of the art de escalation training augment it with the optimization our training and then use a a hub and spoke model and have regional centers throughout the country and we've begun that intact the in in North Carolina and they'll be others coming along it is a it is a non profit that is incorporated in the state of Michigan we started after that program there's not a proper motive here at all it's really are trying to get a public service to get out there and and get de escalation training certainly among university police forces but outside outside of that into other law enforcement to so I have to tell you but Wilson I am I'm glad to hear that this is going on and because we we don't know how to talk to each other and I've seen a few examples of of the police here recently that have done some amazing things and just totally took the situation from very tense two million of almost a joyous situation but what is the goal and what are the things that you are you are teaching yeah what is based on it based on personality profiling being able to identify certain personality out quickly and based on the identification of personalities being able to respond based on that particular personality B. the actual instrument is something that's been used for what's called discrete D. I. yet the which job represent certain personality types but the the I don't want to get to technical here but the the there's been a modification of that would be even more precise than the bears for did a personality types and in now with the modifications of twenty six subtypes that can be used to identify particular personality types and then based on that the the long forcing losses are are trained to approach and and modify their behavior based on the personalities of the of the Oct object that they're apprehending so my question is how do we how do we get past the because we're arguing too things we're arguing about the protests and the riots and I have no problem with peaceful protests at all you can protest for anything and I'm fine and I'll I'll you know stand by here and take the Billy club to they had to stand up for your right to protest that's very American but then we have that mixed with the riots which no American is four and also mixed with this violence on George Floyd which also I think it's unanimous no one is backing that everyone wants to see that guy go to jail how do we separate these things to be able to have a rational conversation yeah I mean certainly it is very emotional you know when you really think about it a black boy today yeah the one in one thousand chance of being killed by law for now I'm going to just put that in perspective let's say out of all population ten million that ten thousand and I'm picked at ten million because the population Michigan where Wayne stayed and you know Michigan has been one of the state that's been ravaged by the coronavirus and yet when you really think about the number of deaths it's about a little over five pounds so that's only half the number of black boys who will die if nothing else is done in so the emotion is understandable in and beat the sense of urgency is understandable but you're actually right I mean the B. R. you have to separate the looting and violence with the peaceful protest and unfortunately I I do think that that the met the the actual message is getting a little bit I drowned out by some of the negativity I think the riots of the worst thing for I mean we could have been United on this easily because honestly I don't know a single person that said Arguelles no big deal I don't know a single person is said you know that they found that fentanyl was in his bed in his bloodstream and he had a record blah blah blah I still don't know anybody who said this was right I mean I don't care what your record was if if you are laying down on the ground and then that you have a police officer sitting on your neck you are on your neck I don't care if you're Charles Manson is that neither this is you are abusing human rights and you don't have a right as a cop to kill that guy the sloppy is is not even begin to describe that and and I don't care who it is but that message is being that message is being lost we've made a lot of progress and that message is really being lost by the damage being done because people want to steal sneakers yeah well you know I I think that you said that a lot of progress been made you know I think a lot of people would say that progress really hasn't been made and and end up probably part of the part of the issue you know every black man that you know my age has had encounter with a police force that could have gone bad yeah in some ways I sometimes feel like I'm a survivor you know at the young man I I probably had to pull my shoulder then in about how may I ask who with all respect how how old are you Sir I'm a six year low okay so you're ten years older than me and I remember those days not like you do but I remember those days and I don't think we're the same nation that we were you know in the sixties and early seventies yeah we're probably not but on the thing at the same token you know I I do worry about my twenty eight year old son you know he reminds me a little bit too much of me when I was younger but like okay yeah well you know I made it but you know get something out something's got to be done in order to make sure that the the the the the district that I told you you know one in one thousand blackboard today will can be checked out one in one thousand chance of dying at the hands of law enforcement unless something changes so hopefully the de escalation training would be helpful I I think you know we think it's certainly a key and the ideas I mentioned this to have a headquarters here Wednesday but to have hubs at if you may have of regional centers at you know throughout the country and you know we just don't want another situation that occurred at the university of Cincinnati who do you happen yeah yes thank you thank you for this if anybody is interested how does anybody become involved in it if if you are a the police department yeah I think it be you know called of the you know they can call me if they want and you know make sure of that they get down to the right person the right person to call really is he Tony ho who would be chief of police here Wednesday university okay all right thank you so much I appreciate it god bless are you bet I I will tell you that I don't know that's gonna work because well I wanna I wanna play something for you next hour that does work that does work but it's really really brave and it requires honest people involved but we'll get to that on average people have to wait around twenty nine days to see a doctor in some.

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Coronavirus in the U.S.: Latest Map and Case Count

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:16 min | 2 months ago

Coronavirus in the U.S.: Latest Map and Case Count

"Now the latest on the fight against the corona virus in Michigan state health department reporting forty five more deaths from the virus Saturday bringing the statewide death toll of four thousand eight hundred and eighty most of the deaths occurred earlier in the month or last month but we're just reported there were four hundred twenty five new confirmed cases statewide and that brings the number of positive test results the more than fifty thousand governor Gretchen Whitmer continues to push people to stay home we just ask that people don't let their guard down and don't stop being smart because the last thing any of us wants to do is that they have to go back into a strip stay home order were re engaging sectors of our economy it that is cause for cautious optimism we want to keep moving forward but is absolutely dependent on everyone continuing to do their part the governor says anyone with symptoms should get tested in metro Detroit Wayne County accounts for more than twenty two hundred casualties from the covert Okla nineteen reporting nine hundred and ten deaths from Macomb county lost seven hundred and thirty nine residents Wayne State University president M. Roy Wilson among four top leaders in Michigan colleges being interviewed for this week's edition of Michigan matters doctor Wilson says it's still three months before the fall semester begins but they expect to make a decision whether to reopen campus at the

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Way to some sunshine a little milder sixty seven from the weather channel I mean zero three stage on this talk seven sixty W. J. R. welcome to spotlight on excellence with a special guest today M. Roy Wilson president of Wayne State University president Wilson you've noted recently that the corona viruses had a disproportionate effect on African Americans as a medical doctor epidemiologist researcher this must be very frustrating yes health disparities have been around for a long time in this pandemic has exacerbated what's already been subpar conditions that predispose after Americans support health what could be done with systemic issues to deal with nation why like how we deliver care we states part includes mobile testing during this pandemic some of a long term commitments are the new office of women's health outreach to our communities expectant mothers in our I. bio centered that deliberately focuses research on Detroit's health disparity issues but we still have a long way to go of all places the blunt health disparity shouldn't be here in the U. S. absolutely America spends more on healthcare than any other country in the world but I'll comes among the worst of the developed nations in order for America's health outcomes to improve health disparity must be addressed one thing we can do is get better communicating to vulnerable populations delivering facts in dispelling myths just starting here will help save lives thank you president Wilson learn more about Wayne state's commitment to reducing health inequities at Wayne dot EDU.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Weed extent round up does kill weeds. Now. Another jury finds the roundup also causes cancer CBS's. Steve Futterman reports from Los Angeles billion that's billion with a B is the amount of jury has awarded to a couple that claims the popular weed killer roundup. Caused their cancer. It's the third straight verdict to go against the Bayer company. Bayer less required. Monsanto the company that developed roundup mostly experts expect the award to be reduced, but it still could be in the hundreds of millions of dollars vitamin CBS news, Los Angeles state court jury in Oakland, concluding that Monsanto's weedkiller caused the non Hodgkin's lymphoma that elva period and Albert Pilat each contracted. A federal jury in San Francisco ordering the weed killer maker in March to pay sonoma's county man eighty million dollars into San Francisco jury last August, awarded two hundred eighty nine million two former Gulf course greens keeper CBS news update. I'm Jim Taylor. This is NewsRadio nine fifty WWE. News time three thirty two hundreds of mourners gathering at Hartford memorial Baptist church in Detroit. Monday for the funeral of judge Damon Keith Wayne State university. President m ROY Wilson spoke about the judges legacy noticing or noting the Keith received his masters of law. Degree from Wayne State with the passing of Damon. Keith the world lost an extraordinary, man. It brilliant man a committed in courageous man. Such men are high in demand. But in short supply Damon Keith was a giant in civil rights in LOL in life. Wilson says kief presided over his swearing in ceremony as president of the university. Actress Doris day has died at the age of ninety seven one of Hollywood's most popular performers in the nineteen fifties and sixties day was awarded the presidential medal of freedom in two thousand four CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman remembers.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Now, CBS CBS news updates one hundred and twenty thousand American troops reported new military plane on the White House calls for that number to be sent to the Persian Gulf. It's more or less deployment plans for a troop level that equals to what the states put in during the initial war in Iraq to displaced. Hussein CBS news military analyst might Lyons. New York Times report says this new plan is being pushed by hardline national security adviser, John Bolton in response to perceived threats by Iran lion says of future plans to actually invade Iran. A lot more troops are going to be called one hundred twenty thousand troops initially for some kind of combat role. There would likely be involved with significant combat operations to the point where we could use two to three times that if we don't want it to be successful CBS news update. I'm Jim Taylor. This is NewsRadio nine fifty w j news time one thirty two hundreds of mourners gathering at Hartford memorial Baptist church in Detroit. Monday for the funeral of judge Damon Keith Wayne State university. President m ROY Wilson spoke about the judges legacy noticing noted noting that Keith received his master of laws degree from Wayne State with the passing of Damon Keith the world lost. Extraordinary man, it brilliant man, a committed and courageous man such men high in demand. But in short supply Damon Keith was a giant in civil rights in LOL in life. The Wilson says Keith presided over his swearing in ceremony. As president of the university Ecuador's day has died at the age of ninety seven one of Hollywood's most popular performers in the fifties. And sixties day was awarded the presidential medal of freedom in two thousand four CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman remembers the screen legend. She had the choice of a girl next door. To to fourteen Doris day's first big hits came in nineteen forty five. Cassandra Mando June originally, she wanted to be a dancer, but after a car accident her focus shifted to singing. See then she turned to acting and became one of the biggest box office stars ever. One her performing career ended Doris day spent much of a life as an advocate for animal rights. Steve Futterman, CBS news wall sentiments..

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An Interview with 'The Highwaymen' Actor and Stuntman: Edward Bossert

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

06:24 min | 1 year ago

An Interview with 'The Highwaymen' Actor and Stuntman: Edward Bossert

"Next guest. Does a phenomenal job as CLYDE barrow of the infamous, Bonnie and CLYDE. The net. Flicks smash hit the highwayman. He's a stuntman. He's an actor. His name is Edward Bossert Edward Hawaii today. My man on quite excellent, thanks for asking, Derek. How are you? Good, man. So I before I get all this fun stuff on Netflix and all this other stuff. So I do go you on YouTube, obviously. So I mean, I have to do my research like I always do. And there's a clip of you. I don't know if it's martial arts combined with other things, man. But boy, are you agile? Probably probably a tricky clip. So I gotta say man like combining that with other. I mean, like even today like, I hope you don't mind me sharing this with people. You went snow hiding my right with that. Correct. Yes. My first lesson in snow cutting. So you're an active guy race. You're always out. You're doing your thing by trade. I mean, I know you're an actor. You're do a great job in that field. But you're also a stuntman as well current yet. So how much of your love of stunt work plays out in to your what you do when you're not working Rachel say snow kiting or whether it's a martial arts. I gotta believe they're they're very closely related, we're all they're they're so closely tied together. I mean, the reason I ended up in stunts was because of my passion and love for just experiences as a human like doing things like snow, cutting and rock climbing. And then I think that probably stemmed out some martial arts as well. But when it came time that sort of pick a career, it was it was hard to do anything other than what I know in love in. I'm so passionate about so it's it's very closely related. All right. So like I said before he gets your your amazing career here. Talk to me a little bit about what else you do. So we mentioned snow kiting. There's clips of you on YouTube widows. Do you like to do when you're in your spare time while so everything kind of stems around martial arts? There's a lot of daily routine spent in keeping basic martial arts and acrobatic abilities sharp, but lately I've been really getting into like distance running just as as a way to push myself, mentally and kinda at the same time explore some southern California in an area. I'm really, but and then rock climbing. I think rocks will always be a big passion for me as well. Speaking of rock climbing. Did you get a chance to see free solo? I did. Yeah. That was phenomenal thoughts on that thoughts on. I forget his name. And I'm so embarrassed. I'll try outs Allah tunnel. Yeah. Wish thoughts on Alex. I think he is a very sharp weapon and single use weapon at that. Maybe he's perfect for free. Soloing in how he prepares himself and trains, and like, that's where his mind is as he likes those high consequence tests mastery. And so I I really appreciate that. I can I I like respect any human being that is pushing the limits in that way, especially because then you know, I don't have to do that. I don't have to go free solo. He did that. Roy Wilson I can say man, I get really pissed off. When I hear people tell him how he should live his life. Like, you know, all you're going to do this. You're going to die. Like, I mean, he doesn't need to hear that he's living life the way he needs to live his life. And you gotta love that. Right. A hundred percent. I mean, he's he's one of the most offensive people in that too. Because there's got to be so many people that even that care about him. He cares about that wanna tell them how his life, and he he's to do what he has to do in that sense. Like, he any sticks to it. He's been really true about that. So that's one of the reasons I actually really respect him. Yeah. And he's a super smart guy. People assume, you know, he's doing this. He sees living on the edge. And he just loves doing what he does. And there's a lot. There's a lot to be said for that. Absolutely. He he's incredibly well read from what I understand. I'm like like, just really smart guy, really sharp. What he does. And how how he goes about life. So for that for that matter. I'd also recommend if you liked tree solo. I would definitely check out the dawn wall. Also is that DO enter D A W N. D A W N. Okay. Don. We'll absolutely. Yeah. For sure. And let me ask you do. You have a specific routine. You mentioned long distance running. Is there a diet or routine that you would hear to every day Edward, or is it just you know, what I'm going to stay active? I'm gonna eat right. You know when it went presents itself. I'd like to aim for teen. But I'm totally open to variation in spontaneity when the day comes. I will say typically try to start my day with some form of cre- either creative work like whether it's just journaling or maybe working on editing project or coming up with what I wanna do next for like a little stunned scene or something as well as a little bit of meditative space. I don't want to say I meditate regularly because I'm not I'm not as disciplined about that as I should be. But I try to get myself like a little morning star. And then after maybe an hour or so I get into I go for a five to ten mile run typically on a trail somewhere on the kind of inspires me. And then get home and make a big one for breakfast, and what time of day it is. And then I tried to get into my stunt regimen. Which depending on the day could be driving training could be firearms could be fighting it kind of Aries, and it depends on the week, and who I can train with your. Harnessing all things that you might have to do in a film. Right. So you mentioned firearms. I'm sure you know, there's a guy in the walking. Did it does a lot of like axe and sword work? I mean, so I yes, I imagine you must be doing very similar type of things, correct? Yeah. Always always trying to keep skills that I have sharp and expand the skills that I can use for film, and that I'm, you know, not just that I kind of done, but that I'm competent at and so that does take some time how far Edward would you go. And it's like is there a stunt where you're like, you know, what maybe not or a you like you trust the people you work for and you kind of go from there. I think it it. Totally. I think you made a great statement there about trusting the people I work with like it totally hinges around relationship. You have with the crew around you because you wanna be able to talk to them something's making you uncomfortable. There should be a safe way to do it at the same time. You know, it is that game of like not letting your ego of like, well, I want the credit for this. Or I want to be known as like doing hardest crazy stuff at knowing. When to be like, you know, you might there might be a better guy for that particular thing. I think I would say I have some trepidation around car hits Moi. Moi, but at the same time like I know that it can be done safely in. So I if the right proves the right coordinator boss asked me like, hey, can I hit you with a car? I'd probably like, absolutely. Let's do

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Statement for high waves anywhere from six to ten feet along with winds of up to. Thirty five miles an hour people also. Advised to stay off the peers as those high waves are expected to hit them and, hit them hard because water levels are extremely. High the search is on for the triggerman behind a shooting that left one, person dead and three seriously wounded on Detroit's eastside get. More live and local with WWE j. NewsRadio nine fifties Mike Campbell Mike Tommy investigation still ongoing Allendale and Chalmers that is where twenty nine year old female was shot along with a thirty, one, year old, female the twenty nine is dead, they Thirty-one-year-old in, critical condition to, nineteen year. Old males in the car with them are in stable condition police you're still looking for the person driving. A black crown Victoria that reportedly pull Pulled up, roll down, the, window and opened fire with a long. Gun and Leandra Kirkwood lives in the neighborhood he says it's probably section dress door right helping all. Charmer to police knowing they. Are here with him every day looking at them but they have far to pull me over there and see. That person doing what to do case appoint that's the dope house right there Right there They say Says neighborhood in this intersection anyway is tougher than on the blocks down. The road he lived with a bunch of elderly people on. His block but, right here it's tough, reporting live Mike Campbell w w j NewsRadio nine fifty avenue j news time, eight twelve a Wayne County sheriff's deputy on the wrong side of the law arrested for drunk driving last weekend and. Auburn Hills but police say Twenty-seven-year-old Robert for Fontana was defiant and put up a struggle after he was pulled over on is seventy five authorities say Fontana was armed at. The time surrendered has gone, to officers but as he was being taken, to, jail police, say Fontana slipped out of his cuffs and tried to. Choke himself he even bit officers on the arms as they strapped him to. A gurney excitement had Wayne State university with the all new development in the downtown campus live and local details at www as, city reporter Vicki. Thomas Vicky, good, morning Tom, a building boom on the campus of Wayne. State university City among the other projects the hill berry gateway redevelopment Wayne State university president m ROY Wilson that's going, to be another fantastic project, and, another great, asset for the community what does that entail That's, about sixty five million dollar project we're going to totally redo are he'll bury theater and just make it a real state of. The art he says a. New stem building is in the works the Mike Illitch at school. Of business and the, new Anthony Wayne, apartments opening up.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In taylor according to dt e energy most can expect to be back on line between one and two a m a suspected drunk driver is now in custody after his seven year old daughter was hitting killed along i ninety four this morning the girl is said to have left the vehicle after a crash her father was in hit a car on the side of the road a third vehicle hit the girl when she was in the roadway wayne state university has reached its fundraising campaign goal of seven hundred fifty million dollars a few months ahead of schedule and university president m roy wilson is grateful wasn't aggressive goal but we we were able to make it i think that really says a lot about you know wayne state is is resonating with the community and with our alumni i think that people recognize that we're an important institution the campaign was pushed over the top of the two point one million dollar gift from the state of jacqueline walker who was a nineteen fifty four wayne state law school graduate w w j news time is now eleven twenty two ceo radio i'm ray hoffman i mean i really like leading and i actually also really like programming and so four years ago isaac owed started a company in which he could be a ceo and a programmer just works which offers a technology platform for small companies to manage payroll and benefits he was ten when he started programming he was sixteen when he started his first business oats consulting his high school and marlborough new jersey was his customer they will just rolling out internet access to this is ram.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Campaign goal of seven hundred fifty billion dollars a few months ahead of schedule and university president m roy wilson is grateful wasn't aggressive goal but we were able to make it i think that really says a lot about you know wayne state is is resonating with the community and with our alumni i think that people recognize that we're an important institution the campaign was pushed over the top with the two point one million dollar gift from the estate of jacqueline walker a nineteen fifty four wayne state law school graduate wilson says one hundred twenty five million dollars of the money will be used for scholarships also says it's great to reach the goal ahead of the wayne state see says quincentennial in october a bombing exercise by the us air force has been postponed over northern lake huron where two hundred sailboats are passing through for this weekend's bayview mackinac race the military was set to train in an area near thunder bay tomorrow dropping inert bombed from beef to aircraft over an area where many sailboats could have been crossing the race chairman said to warning friday to sailors about the the military's plans however those have now been postponed most of the race teams were expected to sail across the finish line at mackinac island by early monday though light winds in the forecast could delay some of those boats wbz news time is now six twenty two i'm steven greenberg talking about your next job come all is completely deaf when he interviewed for a position at and t his sign language interpreter came along and he got the job shortly after he was hired the three member team he joined also learned sign language mr nassar is one of them within twenty eight million americans were deaf or have our hearing impairment according to the us department of labor low unemployment is now helping more people with disabilities get hired the unemployment rate for people with a disability dropped last year falling from ten and a half percent in two thousand sixteen to nine point two percent at the beginning of the year but the number still way too high it's more than double the overall unemployment rate the labor department supports several initiatives to.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The scene along with a crash reconstruction unit wwe j will have more details as they become available for more on that closure and how to get around it we're joined live and local with ww j's mardi buffa leany watching this the aaa jam cams to i ninety four eastbound is closed at merriman because of the earlier accident ron mentioned that happened at middlebelt now you'll be forced off at miramonte and you can take goddard wick road eastbound too telegraph northbound to rejoin i ninety four eastbound but there's also something known as the the connector lanes that parallel i ninety four in net area and you can get on that before the closure follow that along and it will dump you back onto i ninety four eastbound consequently because of those couple of alternatives being a sunday morning traffic volumes are light backups are very very minimal of course we're luchino us all clears away reporting live i marty buff alina wwe j newsradio nine fifty www news time is ten oh seven three year old girl we spoke of earlier according to detroit police the parents of the three year old girl wandering alone on the street this afternoon have been located a good samaritan found the girl in an area keegan east state fair shortly after five this morning she is now safe meanwhile the search for a missing swimmer of belle isle is to continue today state police say twentysix year old asahi smith was on a boat docked at a beach and went into the water with other saturday but did not return to the surface efforts by the coastguard dnr state troopers to locate smith lasted until darkness the search was expected to resume later this morning www news time is ten oh seven way state university reaching fundraising campaign goal of seven hundred fifty million dollars a few months ahead of schedule university president m roy wilson is grateful it wasn't aggressive goal but we we were able to make it i think that really says a lot about you know wayne state is is resonating with the community and with our alumni i think that people recognize that we're an important institution campaign pushed over the top with a two point one million dollar gift from the estate of jacqueline walker an alum of the wayne state law school wilson says one hundred twenty five million dollars will be used for scholarships says it's great to reach that goal ahead of wayne state's assess where centennial coming up in october w w j news time is ten oh eight traffic and weather together on the eighth from the idol motor traffic.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"This sunday morning the fifteenth of july in progress thanks for joining us i'm ron dewey and w w j newsradio nine fifty with accuweather steve travis partly sunny hot and humid today with a shower or thunderstorm around this afternoon high ninety one the complete accuweather forecast is coming up with cloud cover and seventy four degrees downtown eightythree percent humidity cloud covers seventy six degrees at metro airport wwe news time is seven five the search has been temporarily suspended for a woman who won under the water near belle isle saturday and did not resurface twentysixyearold astonished smith swimming off a boat dock near a beach when she went missing state troopers along with divers from detroit police coastguard and dnr officers scanning the waters for several hours saturday after receiving nine one one call a woman going overboard into the detroit river around three thirty in the afternoon crews searched until darkness expected to pick up the search again during the daylight hours this morning wayne state university is one hundred fiftieth anniversary isn't until october but a seven hundred fifty million dollar fundraising goal has been reached a few months shy of the big birthday university president m roy wilson on how the money will be used the bulk of it is for student scholarships are we raised more than a hundred and twenty five million of it is to create new or enhanced existing scholarship funds wilson says ninety million dollars will be used for faculty research sixty million to refurbish campus facilities w w j news time seven oh six oakland county recognized for being digitally advanced years born with w w j.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The exclusive accuweather forecast with traffic and weather together sponsored by kogel meets from the family heating cooling electrical weather center dave bowers brooke greg just a quiet evening here just a few clouds in the sky will be dropping into the middle sixties an end up for tomorrow it's going to be hotter and a bit more humid clouds and sun we crack ninety in the afternoon and warm and sticky tomorrow night only seventy the outlook for the weekend it's going to be hot and humid clouds and sunshine both days saturday about ninety two along with a spotty afternoon thunderstorm called a ninety on sunday and again there could be a stray shower thunderstorm during the afternoon hours monday not much different except a couple of degrees lower but still a humid day with some sun and a shower thunderstorm a high eighty six this accuweather meteorologist dave bowers on wj newsradio nine fifty the current conditions in ann arbor sunshine in eighty four degrees it's eighty six in roseville eightyfour now at city airport and eightythree at metro traffic and weather together on the eighth and any time at is newsradio dot com powered by cogos anytime you don't need a cook out to enjoy the great taste of cogos but when you do fire up the grill serve the curve with cogos vienna's get recipes at cogos dot com on newsradio nine fifty good afternoon i'm greg kolb brooke allen here's what's happening at three twenty accord appearance today for six people charged in connection with abuse at lavonia cope which stands for community outreach for psychiatric emergencies where they formerly worked for those involved are accused of assaulting three male patients while to stood by without speaking of president trump is in england now following a series of tense meetings at the annual nato summit he is repeatedly slammed allies for not doing their fair share this morning he pressured them to increase defense spending while reaffirming us commitment to the alliance more at the bottom of the hour wayne state university has reached its fundraising campaign goal of seven hundred fifty million dollars a few months ahead of schedule and university president m roy wilson is grateful wasn't aggressive goal but we were able to make it i think that really says a lot about you know wayne state is is resonating with the community and with our alumni i think that people recognize that we're in portent institution the campaign was pushed over the top with a two point one million dollar gift from the estate of jacqueline walker in eighteen fifty four wayne state law school grad wilson says one hundred twenty five million of the money will be used for scholarships ww j news time three twenty two it's time for.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Fifty million dollars a few months ahead of schedule and university president m roy wilson is grateful wasn't aggressive goal but we we were able to make it i think that really says a lot about you know wayne state is is resonating with the community and with our alumni i think that people recognize that we're an important institution the campaign was pushed over to the top of the two point one million dollar gift from the estate of jacqueline walker a nineteen fifty four wayne state law school grad billions business air elon musk the ceo of tesla and the lead designer of spacex says his next project will help the people of flint so yesterday elon musk tweeted that he would fund fixing the water in any house in flint that has water contamination above fda levels and then he adds no kidding and he wasn't kidding he also reached out to foot mayor karen waiver weaver says that she was surprised how much the representatives she spoke to knew about the situation in flint so what else did you talk about we had a really good conversation about what's going on what are the needs that is still facing today what are the challenges and barriers to getting those things and saying you know lip sit down and have a conversation we like to schedule some as far as scheduling the mayor hopes that must will come to flint but the mayor said that she'll go to mosque as well charlie langton wj newsradio nine fifty www news time is now one thirteen officials say about two point five million gallons of partially treated raw sewage recently flowed from a lagoon at a mobile home park in mid michigan into the grand river a report to the michigan department of environmental quality by the operator of the lagoon near portland blamed it on a miscommunication oversight between the contractor and wastewater operator the report says the lagoon was brought online june twenty nine and no discharge was seen when it was checked june thirtieth but a discharge valve was noticed to be opened july second water was tested for ecoli bacteria the results showed that everything was okay more than two dozen people spoke out at a public hearing against a proposal for more anchor supports in the straits of mackinac to bolster bolster rather twin oil pipelines and bridges asking the department of environmental.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Are you guys go ahead so you brought to the cuties with twelve week old kittens one israeli and one is saga one's black and one is a little calico are they from the same litter yes they are actually litter mates and we are actually running a special right now it's buy one get one free on kittens it goes through saturday and you can get two kittens for seventy dollars and how old do you think they are we think there're about twelve weeks okay she purring yes she i don't know if you can tell yep you can hear yeah they're both real sweet riley seems a little more active but they also both got spayed yesterday so they might be a little calmer today okay so again two for one special right now and there's a lot of cats and kittens out right now right actually what we call kitten season they breed in this yes a lot of people ask how they can help you can spay and neuter your cats that'll stop unwanted litters which will stop the shelter from getting so many kitten litters but all right all right well thank you sarah good to see you thanks for bringing in the baby's their doorbell w w j news type is now twelve forty to wayne state university's one hundred fiftieth anniversary isn't until october but a seven hundred fifty million dollar fundraising goal has been reached a few months shy of that big birthday university president m roy wilson on how the money will be used the bulk of it is is for student scholarships are we've raised more than a hundred and twenty five million of it is to create new or enhanced existing scholarship funds wilson says ninety million dollars will be used for faculty research and.

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"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"m. roy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"This morning one person jumped out of the fire appeared on the third floor and one person jumped from the floor possible leg fracture transported the n report has this particular point the fire is out there companies are picking up from scene investigators looking into reports that the building manager got a voicemail after calling nine one one longtime leader at wayne state university has died the story from newsradio nine fifties jason scott's a statement from the school says depok bala the dean of the gene applebaum college of pharmacy and health sciences passed away early friday morning the seventy one yearold joined the college in nineteen ninetyfive appointed dean in two thousand sixteen shocked and saddened university president m roy wilson says bala will be greatly missed by all who knew and worked with him jason scott w w j newsradio nine fifty education a big talking point among those running for governor coming up in the fall attorney general bill shoot he spoke about his plan on thursday saying efforts should be focused on increasing third grade literacy rates by implementing reading coaches in elementary schools however lieutenant governor brian kelly has other ideas is just a finding a coach to a child is struggling you need to make sure that the interventions are developed around what that child needs so for example if a child has dyslexia a child with just lets you can absolutely learn to read but you can't just assign the reading coach and expect that that's going to get it done kelly says there's already a third grade program put into effect by governor snyder in twenty sixteen it's no secret the roads are in bad shape throughout the state and during his state of wayne county your drass executive warren evans said the emergency funding recently passed by the legislature is merely a drop in the bucket and should have come lot sooner we're working hard to use our funding as officially as possible we've issued an r p determine how much it will cost to fix our roads and bridges as part of this process we are exploring ways to maximize our funding to make our money go farther evans says he wants to be clear despite the funding the county will not have enough funds to get all of its roads and bridges to where they need to be in fact evans says the county expects to.

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