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Officials could approve 2nd COVID-19 vaccine by Moderna soon
"The united states set a record for cova cases for a second day in a row yesterday. Nbc news data shows more than two hundred forty. Three thousand new cases were reported while the covert tracking project report. Some one hundred fifteen thousand people are currently hospitalized with the virus. The us nearly set a new high for deaths as well. Thirty two hundred ninety three reported yesterday. Just five of the record number reported on wednesday but more relief could be on the way the united states is on track to approve a second corona virus vaccine after an independent panel to the food and drug administration recommended. Emergency use authorization for the moderna vaccine yesterday. Members of the vaccines and related biological products. Advisory committee voted twenty two zero in favor of authorization with one abstention. The fda is expected to agree with the recommendation in an official capacity. Could be as soon as today joining us now. Infectious diseases physician and medical director of the special pathogens unit. At the boston university. School of medicine. Dr in the he'd be delia. Nbc news and msnbc medical contributor. Dr padilla it's good to see you. How significant is the modern news to go in the back last week of the pfizer authorization. Although it's another tool in our toolbox moderna vaccine the advantages of it are actually store that much much higher temperatures making distorted most of the freezers bridges that hospitals and clinics usually absent additionally gonna be helpful in areas that made me maybe do not have that infrastructure to be able to store the visor vaccine. So that's one thing that the reason maderna's saw a twenty two zero compared to pfizer that some people turn down the vote was actually. The madeira vaccine is looking for Emergency authorization for those over eighteen years of age whereas the pfizer had the sixteen and seventeen year olds as part of their horton. Some of the members of the committee. The fbi independent committee had an issue with so few number of people in that age for pfizer. It's good news. The one thing that will point out that together with either madonna. Us little if everything goes plan that secured about hundred and fifty million a vaccination spur one hundred fifty million people. So that's about half of our country a little less than half of our country and so we're really still waiting astrazeneca's data as well as bouncing johnson stated in january. That's going to help. Fill the gap. So dr brasilia. How is this rollout going. As we hit the end of the week aired started on monday with those historic pictures of nurses being injected in new york city and the day later in new jersey and across the country. Is it going as planned. They make tweaks where the things that need to change to. Make sure this gets quickly to the people who need it. So for the most part it's been smooth you know. Of course got the winter storm here in the northeast and as far as i know hasn't caused any delays. That definitely sort of tells you the number type of variables that could be out of our control that could affect the future least particularly with the winter coming around. I'm getting my next the This morning at nine o'clock in our own hospitals in boston by smoothly but there are reports that pfizer saying that has doses in the warehouse. But it's looking for guidance on how to get the liberty that's one question about what's going to happen with the upcoming doses in the next couple of weeks because some hospitals are reporting. They've now been told by their state. There's going to be getting up your doses. So the the data about what. What exactly is going on. There is still here
2nd COVID-19 vaccine set for OK in US with panel endorsement
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting FDA advisers give the okay to a second covert nineteen vaccine a second covert nineteen vaccine has been endorsed by a government advisory panel after seven hours of debate over technical details the food and drug administration advisory panel has voted twenty two zero with one abstention to greenlight the vaccine from Madeira and the national institutes of health panel member Dr Paul Offit we can prove pretty comfortable that that this actually is going to have a benefit that lasts for more than that three months or so and we decided that the FDA is expected to grant emergency use authorization for the mature the vaccine quickly backs in Asians with the Fizer and biotech vaccine began earlier this week in the US might cross yet Washington
Panel recommends Moderna vaccine, paving way for FDA authorization
"The mta just voting an outside committee of advisors in support of the second covid nineteen vaccine a from madeira. Vote was twenty in favour none against one abstention from this vote outside advisors to the fda So the fda is expected to act quickly to issue this emergency use authorization. Perhaps as soon as tomorrow or saturday that would trigger six million doses of moderna vaccine going out next week joining pfizer and biotechs vaccine on the market. Another two million of those expected to go out next week. Melissa this is a big moment. The more vaccines that get on the moment The market the more supply. We have the more healthcare workers in nursing home residents. The people on the front lines of this pandemic will be able to get protected from
Moderna's coronavirus vaccine faces U.S. FDA expert panel review
"Vaccine for the corona virus could soon be available for emergency use in the us. Npr's joe palca reports panel of independent. Experts are meeting today to advise the food and drug administration on whether to authorize the shots. The vaccine is made by the biotech company moderna and is very similar to the one. Fda granted emergency use authorization to last week. Madeira enrolled some thirty thousand volunteers. In a study to judge the safety and efficacy of the vaccine the company reports the vaccine was more than ninety four percent effective in preventing covid nineteen while many volunteers suffered unpleasant side effects. After getting the vaccine including sore arms headaches and fever for the most part these went away in one or two days. Fda scientists have done their own evaluation of maderna's vaccine. The advisory panel provides an extra level of scrutiny to make sure regulators. Didn't miss anything important.
Health Care Worker Had Serious Allergic Reaction After Pfizer's Covid Vaccine, New analysis shows Moderna vaccine is at least 94% effective
"There is concern tonight over efforts to get that vaccine out and across the country even as a major storm bears down and this evening the other major news the first report now of a severe allergic reaction in a healthcare worker vaccinated in alaska. She's okay and they noticed it in that fifteen minute window right after when they watch over patients. The worker wants everyone to know tonight that she is still glad that she got that vaccine. Tomorrow we could see major movement on a second vaccine here in the us. Fda advisory panel will review madeira tonight. How effective is that vaccine in preventing severe covid cases and could actually help stop the spread of the virus with the early numbers show and it's promising and of course that allergic reaction today. Stephanie ronald with late reporting tonight two days into the vaccine roll out the first report of a serious adverse reaction a healthcare worker in juneau alaska with no history of allergies suffering an allergic reaction during the fifteen minute observation period after the shot. The woman was hospitalized and given the medication. Epinephrine she was Feeling shorter breath. Her heart rate was elevated and she had a red flushed rash over her face and torso. That patient was weaned off. The medication is now stable and being monitored during the whole time She was she was still enthusiastic that she got the vaccine and the benefits. That would re that. It would give her in the future. Severe allergic reactions to vaccines are rare but can happen. There have been just to reported in the uk. The cdc recommends monitoring patients fifteen to thirty minutes after the shot the few of history of a severe allergic reaction. You should either not take this vaccine or if you do take it. Take it in the context of a place. Where if you do develop an allergic reaction. It could be readily effectively treated and it comes as a second vaccine toward emergency use authorization after. Fda advisors meet tomorrow if maderna's vaccine is authorized by the fda. In the coming days we have allocated nearly five point nine million doses of that product. The moderna vaccine appears to be more than ninety four percent effective and could prevent severe disease. Experts also suggest that that scene may cut transmission. The vaccine seems to reduce that even one shot of the vaccine reduces that by about two-thirds We haven't seen the full data on what happens after two shots. But i'm pretty optimistic that it's gonna end up reducing people's ability to spread the virus as well temporary side effects include fatigue fever and headache and are more common after the second shot and you take a deep breath for me today. The first wave of those files or vaccinations in nursing homes
Trump administration pushing delay in nursing home vaccinations
"Secretary of Health and Human Services. Alex, a czar. He's at HHS. Good morning to you, Mr Secretary. Morning, Margaret. Thanks for having me Operation Warp Speed, told visor to ship out just short of three million doses this week, then hospitals and the recipients will vaccinate their workers. How many actual shots in the arm? Do you expect to have happened this week? So we're shipping 2.9 million doses of vaccine, So whenever they get them in arms, that's 2.9 million people getting vaccinated. We're reserving that second dose of vaccine everything later 2.9 million people receiving those doses this week. I didn't say this week as soon as they're able to vaccinate now, I will say is the health commissioner in South Carolina said. We're going to be using this vaccine, not storing it, So I think it'll go pretty quickly. Okay, well, I want to ask you specifically about something CBS revealed. They said they're not going to start vaccinating even though they're receiving it this month. Until December 21st because the Trump administration told them to wait until that date. Why is the Trump administration asking nursing homes to wait? Yeah, No, we're not actually asking the nursing nursing homes to wait and we were able to have a really good discussion with CBS leadership about this misunderstanding that they had at the president's vaccine distribution summit. So I think we've gotten that all straightened out with them, and we'll be getting CVS and Walgreens vaccinating are nursing home people. Almost 100% of our nursing homes have signed up with that program for Turnkey vaccination operation, And you know what's amazing when we'll crash by? Well, it can start really any day the vaccines air going out as soon as they receive vaccine. This is, according to the governor's telling us to ship to them. We could have every nursing home patient vaccinated in the United States by Christmas. It's really remarkable, remarkable prospect for all of us who have loved ones and nursing homes, toe. We may approach Christmas with that level of comfort that that our that our loved ones have gotten some initial protection already. Certainly given that 50,000 nursing home patients are getting infected a week. Let's watch and see when those began. We will. We will track that. But overall for the general population and the shipments, why the decision not to be more aggressive out of the gate? Are you concerned? That the governors who will be receiving and then in charge of distributing it, that the states aren't quite prepared. No, not at all s o. We're being very aggressive, worshiping all that we have that with while we're holding back a reserve for the second dose. You know, this is a vaccine that is late for two more than six million doses produced by Fizer at this point. So so they're about there about 6.4 million doses. So we've held a reserve, which, as general Purna has discussed we this with the first shipment. It's important to keep a safety stock there. And we're shipping half of the remaining that's 2.9 million doses going out. Listen, this is about measuring twice cutting ones. We're launching a very complex nationwide distribution program. Do it right. Do it measured? Get the job done right anticipate problems, But no, They're going to be hitches and hiccups as we go, and we will work to solve it. This is the U. S military that is running this operation. It's what they do. We're using the private sector entities as they said at the summit. This is what we do They know how to do this. And let's let them do their jobs. So you still expect to vaccinate 20 million people by the end of the month, even though you just shipped out three million doses this week. Oh, sure. Yes. So we'll be getting more and more Fizer product and we've got a 12.5 million of murdering a Prada. Assuming that we get approval at the end of this week on Madonna that will ship out very soon thereafter. So 20 million vaccinations this this month and then we think will be up to 50 million total vaccinations of people by the end of January and 100 million shots and arms by the end of February, just with the Madeira and Fizer vaccines, right? I mean, you won't be in office then. But you believe the Biden administration will be able to Meet that mark if they carry forward with the plans that we've put in place, 100 million shots and arms by the end of February is very much in scope. So I know you're relying on governors to oversee what happens with their constituents. If a state though, is moving too slowly. Will you claw back the vaccine that U s taxpayer money? Purchased. You know, I I don't wanna I don't wanna think about that type of a penal approach will work we have we have. We'll work with states. We have dedicated teams that are working with the states. And if if it's Yeah, Absolutely. What could we pull it back? I don't even want to talk like that are governors are very confident. They know what's going on there. States. We've worked with them through this for 11 months. We've planned for six months on this. No. Well, this is a cooperative relationship, but we'll work with them to help them. Give them any tools. They need to make this work. That's the attitude to approach this with. I think Okay, because a lot of the governors have chimed in with this report that the National Governors Association released in the past few days, raising concerns that they're not getting enough support. In fact, they say they need $8.4 billion to be able to do this. They've only been promised about 200 million Isn't it? The Trump administration's responsibility to help get them the money to execute. Market. We are getting them the money they actually have in New York to give you an example is of a week ago. New York State New York City haven't drawn down a penny of the money that we made available for the vaccine distribution efforts. I think we've had 1% Of the monies available drawn down and part of that is there's a bit of partisanship going on. Let's be honest with this n g a thing. What's happening is we bought the vaccine they don't have to pay for Rexy. We're paying to distribute the vaccine. We and private payers are paying to administer the vaccines. We have set up turnkey operations with pharmacy programs to administer the vaccines. The states need to operate as aired traffic controllers. I've been in South Carolina with the governor's team. I've been in Tennessee with the governor's team. Money's not the issue, and they've got very good plans and well, this is that he's not getting money won't be the barrio that says they need the money. 12 States say they need more federal guidance on data reporting training communications. 12 states say they're waiting on information from the federal government distribution. Seven states are concerned about funding from the federal government. Others say they need more federal coordination among the pharmacies to roll out at the long term care facilities. The nursing homes we talked about why hasn't this been worked out? In Margaret. It has been worked out. There's just a lot of partisan sniping going on right now, when we ought to be celebrating the fact that we've got millions and millions of doses of FDA safe and effective vaccine going out. Our governors have this. We've worked out on all 64 public health jurisdictions in this country. We've worked out a comprehensive plans. We have provided feedback back and forth. At the actual technical level. This is working. It will work. It's under control. We're leveraging the private distribution system that works every year for flu vaccines and other vaccines. The people involved D O D CVS, Walgreens FedEx ups, McKesson What they said on Wednesday at the summit is this is what we do. Let us do our jobs right again. This is a bipartisan group. The
FDA could authorize Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine this week as U.S. deaths surge
"Authorization of the drugmaker's Corona virus vaccines. We hope that if everything goes well, we could be seeing the Fizer vaccine distributed within days and the Madeira the vaccine distributed within days after they're hearing a week from Thursday. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex's arms once approval is given the elderly in frontline health workers will be given priority for the initial vaccinations. After two recounts. Georgia officials are re certifying the state's presidential election,
"madeira" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Vehicles. That's because the engines could fail. The recall covers certain 2012 Santa Fe, SUVs, 2015 and 2016 veloster cars and Sonata Hybrid cars from 2011 through 2013 and 2016 Monday says the Rico will address a manufacturing issue that could cause the connecting and rod bearings to wear out in the engines to fail or catch fire. The recalls stems from discussions in an investigation by the national highway Traffic Safety. Ministrations John Scott reporting Venezuela's congressional election will almost certainly give President Nicolas Maduro control over the company's last major independent institution by the vote today will do little to improve his image in home or abroad. His critics are saying Madeira already has the loyalty of the courts, the military prosecutors and other institutions. Is now seeking the load the National Assembly. News and analysis of town hall that calm I'm Michael Harrington. Vessel will be added to the benchmark S and P 500 index on a single day this month, rather than over to S and P down Joe's into. C says it'll move the electric carmaker into the S and P. 500 on December 21st that the company's full market value because Tesler will be one of the largest companies added to the S and P 500 in the past decade. S M P has been considering adding Tesla over two separate days s in peace, and he decided to make the shift a single stage move after weighing several factors, including the markets ability to accommodate significant trading volumes. Correspondent Jeremy House today. A Sunday December the sixth and some famous people are celebrating a birthday, including former transportation Secretary Ray LaHood. He is 75 years old writer and director John Capital is 53 NBA star Janice's 26. More on these stories, town hall dot com. Election fraud, Radical abortion rights, open borders riots in our streets and regime changes in other nations. Meet George Soros, an atheist and one of the most dangerously influential people in America, pouring millions of dollars into the leftist agenda, instigating societies demoralization to control of free people. Destroy the foundations of Christianity at our constitutional order. Watch the new film billionaire Radical George Soros and the scheme to remake America Online at Salem. Now calm see the movie that George Soros and the far left don't want you to see..
Does a Biden Presidency Mean More Money in Your Pocket? - burst 2
"Be completely nullified. Like if you live in virginia and you double minimum wage to seven dollars and twenty five cents to approximately double the fifteen. The price of everything is not going to double your rent's gonna dot will price a gas knocking double the price per gallon. Milk is going to double. You're going to have more money than you had before the prices will raise a little bit. That's just economics. The companies will pass increases
Does a Biden Presidency Mean More Money in Your Pocket? - burst 2
"In minimum wage would be completely nullified. Like if you live in virginia and you double minimum wage to seven dollars and twenty five cents to approximately double the fifteen. The price of everything is not going to double your rent's gonna dot will price a gas knocking double the price per gallon. Milk is going to double. You're going to have more money than you had before the prices will raise a little bit. That's just economics.
COVID-19 vaccine distribution faces logistical challenges
"Drug. Giant pfizer requested emergency authorization today for its covid vaccine which it claims is ninety. Five percent effective. Tom costello has late. Details it's shaping up to be the fastest vaccine development and us history after forty four thousand. Volunteers rolled up their sleeves. Pfizer today became the first drug company to seek emergency. Fda authorization for a covert nineteen vaccine. We will continue. The work already underway to make sure we can begin shopping. The vaccine immediately after radiation. We're approval vaccine maker. Moderna also expected to its data soon putting both companies on track for fda clearance within weeks. We could have a decision from fda and within twenty four hours of that we will have started distributing millions of doses of safe and effective vaccine to begin protecting our most vulnerable across america. Here are five key steps to authorization. The vaccine trials include at least thirty thousand people who are diverse in race age and risk groups. The fda requires two months of follow up safety data before drugmakers can even submit for emergency use side effects typically appear in the first two months so far both companies report. No serious side effects both pfizer and madeira claimed their vaccines are ninety. Five percent effect to the question will they completely prevent a cova one thousand nine infection and how long that protection. Last the fda's advisory panel will convene on december tenth review the pfizer data. Then the fda will vote on whether to approve it. Meanwhile cdc advisory group will recommend should get vaccinated. I i li efficacious and effective vaccines have crushed epidemics like smallpox and polio. and measles. we can do that. The fda expects to have enough doses to begin vaccinating twenty million people by year's end starting with healthcare workers the general public likely following in the spring or summer. All right now. Tom joins us tom. They're even more vaccines coming down. The pike in the new year your astra zeneca and johnson and johnson both expect to have their vaccine candidates ready in the first quarter. The military is already planning the distribution for all of this within twenty four hours of approval. It plans to start shipping the vaccine to all fifty states. It's a big logistical challenge and tom. A vaccine can't come fast enough as more than two thousand. Americans died from covid it a single day for the first time since may and the number hospitalized set a record at more than eighty thousand.
Early data shows Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine is 94.5% effective
"Is. The country appears headed into a dark winter overwhelmed by growing new wave of covert infections. Another hopeful ray of light appeared on the horizon today. A second co vaccine candidate. It's makers say appears to be more successful than imagine madeira announcing. Today it's vaccine is nearly ninety five percent effective and with last week's upbeat announcement from pfizer about shot. There is building optimism about a way out of this pandemic but one that experts warn sadly won't come before we face what may be the worst days of this crisis. Miguel almaguer begins our reporting announcing today. It's potential co vaccine is ninety four point five percent effective drugmaker moderna says if granted emergency authorization by the fda it could roll out doses as early as december. It's clinical trial with thirty thousand participants. Finding no significant safety concerns for americans at home. It means hope that we are going to be thing and we're going to beat it sooner rather than later. Modern now joins pfizer. Who just last week reported their vaccine is ninety percent effective. We have enough vaccine. Those between these two vaccines immune is about twenty million people. During the month of december states will decide how to roll out vaccines but the national academy of medicine makes this recommendation covering just five percent of the population phase. One includes high risk. Americans like healthcare workers in first responders. And there's currently not enough doses for them. Phase one b covers those. With underlying medical conditions and seniors living in congregate settings like nursing homes face to covers thirty thirty five percent of the population and includes critical workers like those in the food supply system teachers and those over sixty five phase three forty to forty five percent of the population includes most young adults and children face four protects. Everyone else our goal would be by the second quarter to have enough vaccine for every american that would like to get vaccinated with the hope of vaccinating. Most americans by the end of spring details dates unclear. Maderna's vaccine for example did not study children who it will test next questions. Also remain over vaccinating pregnant women and infants. The us government hopes to provide the vaccine free of charge. There's also optimism. It could be distributed at drugstores where americans have easy access to it. Laster right. miguel almaguer. Thanks for joining me now. Is dr john torres dr john. The good news obviously is these covid. Vaccines appear to work quite well. But how safe are they less. They're both drug companies announced that they're vaccines had minimal side effects but they have to show the fda two months of safety data before requesting emergency use authorization. Now i've been told by experts. The fda won't approve any cova vaccine unless they have all the data on trials and they're sure it's effective and equally important safe and since pregnant women and young children were not tested. They'll have to wait for further trial. All right let me ask you this more than one vaccine coming to market. How will we know which one to choose. Well there will be multiple vaccines available but the ones available to you will depend on where you live. And what groupie fall into but most experts. Tell me and i agree. The vaccine is the one you get so. Don't wait for one vaccine over the other
Dow and S&P 500 hit new record highs after Moderna says vaccine is 94.5% effective
"News of a second highly. Effective covid nineteen vaccine. This time from madeira gives a boost this morning here. In america the dow jones industrial average is looking at a five hundred point gain or around one point seven percent according to pre market trading now in contrast tech. Heavy nasdaq composite. It's only flashing a loss of point. Two four percent more on why. The indices are diverging. Just a second. European shares also rose sharply on the vaccine results.
What we still don't know about the vaccine announcement (but it's ok to be excited!)
"Hello this is corona cost a daily podcast all about the coronavirus. I'm health reported. Teigen tyler an emphasis journalists dr norman swan. It's wednesday the eleventh of november. And we've had some really exciting coronavirus news in the last couple of days. Norman fiso the drug company has announced that their vaccine that producing maybe ninety percent effective in stopping the virus. Do we all just pack up corona costing go home now to. We don't need it anymore. No because has doesn't operate on press releases scientific papers that have been pure reviewed where we know what's going on you'd have to say pfizer's a bit out on. Its own here at least so far. Anyway they've announced this Interim analysis but it's not been peer reviewed and it's quite hard to work are exactly what's going on both fighters the one who hasn't actually joined the same platform of some of the other vaccine manufacturers. Who are out in trial. And they've got their data safety monitoring board which looked the analysis of this raw. The common one is what the monitoring board is being shared by. Some of the vaccine manufacturers. So it's not entirely transparent. There's also see you have to say also commercial element in this that they want to get a jump on it and the water here is that they're going to push for emergency use authorization before their presumably earlier than the other vaccines but the question is. Is it too early to know absolutely for sure that they're safe so they sort of questions to ask here are well. What does it mean. They've said nine more than ninety percent. Effective well you gotta read between the lines. Because it's not entirely clear from their release but it's been something like ninety four covid nineteen disease cases so this is not infections. Forty thousand people yep in the boats so this is these vaccines are not designed to pretend to fiction as we said many many times on corner cast they're designed to prevent covid nineteen disease which is fair enough because if you've protect against nineteen disease then all the sars cov to becomes is a bad cold. Let's assume that we talking about which is that has been ninety four cases thereabouts. I think that's what the announced and that they're more than ninety percent effective. It's should probably mean that something like eight or so of the cases of covid nineteen occurred in the placebo group and the remainder are six or seven or whatever it is six occurred in the vaccine group. But we didn't have those numbers. Stay away from visa. We don't have those numbers but you can assume then that from from that crudely of that ninety four percent ninety percent or more occurred in the placebo group and ten percent or fewer occurred in the vaccine group. That's what that means. And therefore is a significant gap between the two groups which is protection against covid nineteen disease. That's what i assume an endless things. No major safety issues. The ninety percent number A lot higher than what we've been talking about on corona causton in all of the full out around this announcement. I heard a lot of experts. Say that's amazing. That's a really big number much higher than we expected. So that's good news right. What's what's much higher than the regulators were willing to approve. Everybody was hoping it'd be much higher than fifty percent because fifty percents pretty disappointing and so this is really great news. If it's all right and you get superior review study of the data and goes on long enough to have a proper analysis and it's really good news for the other mini. Vaccines are just just to be clear. What this vaccine is and just a little bit of a revision on the vaccines the so the oxford vaccine and this vaccine and the moderna vaccine three scenes around the are the lead. They do the same thing in the end. Which is they put a genetic message into the cell to tell the cell to produce part of the spike protein of the corona virus and that goes into the bloodstream and the immune response the immune system reacts to that creating immunity. How the vaccine does it is uses a chimpanzee virus to take the genetic message into the sale and what bio and take the pfizer vaccine does and the moderna vaccine is. Is that parcells up amorini. Which is a parcel of genetic messaging and it goes straight into the salad self and tells the cell to produce the part of the spike protein. So this is a name are a vaccine and it's really good news because there's another mirani vaccine on the blocks which is the moderna vaccine which isn't too far behind the problem with these vaccines is that there are very low. Temperatures to transport around minus eighty of madeira. People say there's may not require that depth of temperature this makes it a very impractical vaccine for poor and middle income countries and also does make it a bit impractical even for countries like australia. Where you're going to have to coaching at minus eighty on the coaching standard frigid temperatures and the university of queensland vaccine for example will only require an a standard vaccine fridge province minus eighty. So they are vulnerable it. They do first mover advantage so that they can get out there because they know they're vulnerable to other vaccines. That might come along. Which don't require that cold chain infrastructure.
"madeira" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Fire crews have been making progress on containing the August complex. The fires have burned a little over a million acres of land as it burns across Mendocino humbled and other North Coast counties. The complex is more than 85% contained. To the South. The creek fire continues to grow across Fresno, Madeira and Mariposa counties. The boys has now burned more than 348,000 acres of land. As crews continue to make progress on containment. The fire has damaged or destroyed more than 920 building since it ignited on September. 4th and Cal Fire crews have the blaze at 60% containment. Three sports have been cut from Fresno State's athletic program. School officials announced over the weekend that they will cut varsity lacrosse, men's tennis as well as wrestling official site of the Corona virus pandemic and the resulting revenue loss as reasons for the move. I'm Jordan Christmas. Sacramento traffic and a very pleasant good afternoon to you. You're on the brakes in Sacramento eastbound 50 at Bradshaw. There's a broken down vehicle on the right shoulder. Road work taking place in the capital city, North Bound five. The queue Street off ramp is closed until tomorrow morning at 5 A.m.. It's part of the ongoing fixed Sacked five project If you're up in the Sierra, westbound 80 will be reduced to one lane for the Ditz Slope stabilization project at Farid Long term closures of the ferret on and off ramps expected during the construction, they hope to be done by late next summer. Traffic on the tenants. Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons..
California Creek Fire: More than 346,000 acres burned, 60% contained
"The creek fire, which has destroyed 856 structures and burn thousands of trees and the Sierra in India. National forests is now 60% contained as of this morning, According to Cal fire, the flames have burned more than 346,008. Sirs. Since mid September, air quality continues to be degraded by the statewide blazes and was listed as unhealthy for sensitive groups in Fresno, Madeira and Tillery counties president reversing an earlier decision from federal officials and is releasing millions of dollars in relief. That's the news. I'm Phil
In reversal, Trump approves California's request for wildfire relief
"Trump administration has reversed course and approved California's application for disaster relief funds to clean up damage from six recent wildfires. Governor Newsome tweeted this afternoon that he had just gotten off the phone with the president to approved to the major disaster declaration. The White House earlier said FEMA rejected the request because it was not supported by data needed for approval. The aid was for six fires across the state, including the creek fire in Fresno and Madeira counties and the oak Fire in Mendocino.
In reversal, Trump approves California's request for wildfire relief
"Meanwhile, the Trump administration has reversed course and approved California's application for disaster relief funds to clean up damage from six recent wildfires. Governor Newsome tweeted this afternoon that he had just gotten off the phone with the president who approved the major disaster declaration. The White House earlier said FEMA rejected the request because it was not supported by data needed for approval. The aid was for six fires across the state, including the creek Fire and Fresno in Madeira counties and the oak Fire in
Trump administration denies California relief for 6 fires
"Hey, Michael. Good morning. Good morning to you. Well, the Trump Administration did reject this request. It was in a letter from Governor Newsome back in September late September. This would mean essentially hundreds of millions of dollars to clean up damage from the six recent fires across the state, and it can be appealed. It will be appealed, but let's look at the motives behind the Trump administration's decision. What are they? Well, I don't want to see what the motives are, because this is a very much developing story. I did talk with Brian Ferguson of the Office of Emergency Services just within the last half hour. And you know, he makes it clear that they will be appealing. They don't seem particularly stunned by this they have. The Trump Administration has approved these kinds of requests for a presidential declarations in the past for wildfires and other disasters on clearly, you know, this wildfire season has been a particularly bad a historically bad one with Really bad fires in L, a Fresno Madeira counties and Casino San Bernadino, San Diego and Siskiyou. And so the administration sent this letter requesting disaster relief funds. More than four million acres burned in 2020. That's I think, double the state's previous record. And so the Trump Administration in responding FEMA in responding Said that the standards have not been met based on their review. So I did a said talk to Brian Ferguson and earlier this morning and this is how he described what the status of this request is. You know, this is not the end of our discussions in our process with the federal government. We were very much in the middle of this. Discussions with which the mother with other federal agencies can continue the letters and the legal documents for for months or even years. So we continued T work expeditiously that You know, turn on those programs leverages every ounce of federal support we can get, But this is very much an ongoing process. And he did say Michael that there are other parts of federal money that are available, like for small businesses and for you know individuals, A Zay said. This presidential declaration is the highest standard. On. So they know they only apply for these when they think they've got all of the verification and the data that they need to get it. So you know, I think they're not pulling the you know, pushing the panic button at this point. But clearly it was a surprise. And of course, you know your question was, you know, one of the motives and the initial. I think you know, the tendency is going to be to say, Oh, this is political. This is a psycho. This is trump trying to get you some back. You know, That may be true. It may not be true and it may all work out. In the end. This is not the first time That this sort of haggling back and forth has happened over an emergency declaration A few years ago, something similar happened with parts of the Oroville Dam. There were no questions about whether it was on state land federal land, so they haggled back and forth. And they finally resolved that. So you know, a cz Brian Ferguson suggested. This is not the end of the story. But it is surprising to say the least. Well, the president did approve welfare relief over the summer, and there are other sources of funding. FEMA grants, for example, is you mentioned, but no reasons were given, which is why I asked about motive, but remember the president and claim the state was not doing enough to prevent wildfires. He said. Governor Newsome did a terrible job forest management not breaking enough leaves, I guess like they do in Finland and The state faces over a $54 billion deficit because of the pandemic. It needs these funds to rebuild communities to rebuild buildings. Tio essentially fix damage roads and bridges. Absolutely, and you know, that was all included in the letter that the governor sent to FEMA into the president. Damage. As you said, you know, all kinds of infrastructure, not just the homes and buildings but bridges, schools, libraries, water and power facilities. Other infrastructure number of people have been killed. And you know this is extremely expensive and there are tremendous costs hundreds of millions of dollars for equipment and firefighters, fire retardant. There are all kinds of planes and helicopters, emergency emergency shelters, of course that get set up. So you know this is very expensive. It is a somewhat standard kind of request the kind of things that we see for hurricanes and Floods, wildfires and so on on. And as you said Trump has so far FEMA through and the Trump Administration have granted all of these on, you know, the president has said very recently that he has a good relationship with Newsome. You've Newsome was even featured briefly in an ad, which I'm sure he was not happy with the governor, but nonetheless, they do try to maintain despite all the political differences, which are major They do try toe team maintain a good relationship for just things like this, And we should mention that some of the stories that have come about as a result of this denial or refusal at this point have mentioned Wade Crow Foot. California Cabinet secretary confronting President Trump on climate change that one could assume falling on deaf ears. Well, you know, certainly. That was big news A few weeks ago when the president was here and yes, the governor's natural resource is director did confront him and I'm sure the president no did not appreciate the half. But I think we need to be careful to ascribe what what has happened here with this request to be directly related to that it might be, but it's not something that we're going to know. It's easy to speculate about Andi. It certainly wouldn't be inconsistent with the president's behavior on other issues in the past, But as I said FEMA are the Office of Emergency Services this morning at least, is not saying that and you know they're going to be appealing this initial rejection of the request.
Los Angeles - Trump administration rejects California fires disaster declaration
"Of of California's California's forest forest management management practices, practices, despite despite the the fact fact that that most most of of California's California's forest forest land land is is federally federally managed. managed. CBS CBS Is Is Tim Tim Ryan Ryan reporting reporting live. live. Now Now the the president's president's administration administration is rejecting a request for a federal fire disaster declaration. Tim stand, governor Newsome saw $346 million in connection with a half dozen fires, including the creek Fire, which is burning in Madeira and Fresno County's just 55% contained The State Office of Emergency Services announced yesterday that the disaster declaration had been rejected, but not not why why it it was was rejected. rejected. You'll You'll recall recall this this comment comment from from the the president president when when he he visited visited this this still still burning burning paradise. paradise. Nearly Nearly two two years years ago. ago. Gavin's Gavin's committed committed world world committed. committed. I'm I'm committed committed to to make make sure sure that that you you get get all all of of this this cleaned cleaned out out on on protected. protected. Take Take care care of of the the floors. floors. You You know know the the floors floors of of the the forest. forest. California does planted more aggressively maintained forest lands, but not by raking and the rejection of federal aid will be appealed. According to an Oh yes, spokesman. The request did not include the glass fire in wine country, but did include the El Dorado Fire burning down south, sometimes referred to as the gender Reveal. Fire reporting live Tim
"madeira" Discussed on When in Spain
"Se Cathedral which was built between fourteen and eighty five and fifteen fourteen a maze of steep narrow cobblestone streets. Whitewashed buildings, lots of gardens, tropical plants and flowers has a quite large port of is mentioned for the cruise ships for me. The thing that I really liked about fun challenge was the cable car which you can catch up to the village of Monty it's a really worthwhile trip when your infant child to catch the cable car up into the mountainside village of Monty as a beautiful church. There also has lots of beautiful gardens as well and from Charles Botanical Garden is up near Monte as well. Really recommend the fifteen. Minute, cable car journey maybe you suffer from Vertigo not such a good idea takes about fifteen minutes bit expensive I think a return trip is sixteen euros but I would say is well, well worth it just staying with for shall one of the interesting areas for me was fun channels Old Town these Zona via you will I across the Mercado Sh- labradors an art deco indoor market just past that you ahead into the old part of town, which is kind of old see merchants houses a nineteenth century fishermen's cottages I'm? Quite rundown it's quite surprised and you get a good bird's eye view of the neighborhood when you take the cable car up to Monte. Amazing Tommy just derelict an unused houses there are in the neighborhood. Falling Down Roofs missing windows missing this thing gives you a certain charm. But you will find the old town is kind of the center of. The restaurant scene a bit touristy. There is one particular street which we walked down, which is called a Rua Dr Santamaria lot of the restaurants along A. Guy is standing restaurants menus in the hand like I said in similar to lisburn on the Luau rooster very pretty, and I'm not saying the restaurant. But we just saw it pressured walking down that street. You're kind of trapped all the way along the length of this rule Santamaria. We did was we actually went back up the side of the street and founder more traditional every day restaurant where we notice lots of locals were eating. So we decided to go there and the end of the day Santamaria opens out into a Lovely Square Lago Corporal Santo, where you will find the Capella door. Corp.. Santo, which is the old fishermen's chapel, and then just past there's you had had back towards the seafront you find the station to catch the cable car up to Monte just another thing to mention about Montana and unfortunately we didn't do it is you may have seen this before but Monte is the little village where they have these street to bogans. Pushed by guys wearing these white uniforms I used to be used. Back in the early twentieth century as a way of transporting goods downhill. But today, it's a fun thing to do and attraction to do compare I. Don't know how much it is to sit on one of these street sledge's wooden sledges with wicker baskets. She basically sit in a wicker basket and these two guys push you at very high speeds down these winding streets. It looks great fun from the videos of senior subtly the day. which was a Sunday they went operating but we did see all of the sledge's all of the toboggans the wicker basket stack top in the street. So just about the Se Cathedral as a said, it was the Sixteenth Century Cathedral which once time oversaw the world's largest diocese from Portugal's. Territories from a data to Brazil an even as far as Angola while its importance reflected by this style of architecture you remember I talked about in in Lisbon man will lean architectural style and you'll see that the say cathedrals clock tower dominates from Chelsea skyline. Dominates, but it's not that big. It's just the Fancsali on such a small scale. For me, it kind of looks like a normal church tower really not far from from Charlie's place called Kabo Zero There's about three kilometers west of a place they loesch which maderas highest seek lifts which rise to five hundred, eighty meters. The reason for going there is there's a viewing platform and absolutely spectacular viewing platform, which has a long flaw not for people who suffer from Vertigo don't like heights but I think that goes for most of Madera. Really, if you don't like heights, don't go to my data unless you just plan staying in front the time, but it's a really spectacular viewpoint cobbled is zero. You've got this viewing platform which sticks out over the cliff which. Seemed to becoming fashionable all over the world. Now, don't they these with these see through glass flaws and you get a great view across to French. I'll from there as well. Early I mentioned these things called Lara's now these. Aquifers basically carry water around the island there actually developed Tennis Sixteen Th Century by Portuguese, builders to carry water to agricultural regions in the south from the center of the island and from the North Madeira is very mountainous. So these Levada kind of skirt mountain size the cut into the side of cliffs and mountains, and what today Levada is don't only supply water to the southern parts of the island. They also provide hydroelectric power and there are over two thousand kilometers of these Nevada's one hundred and one thousand, three, hundred miles of these Varda's, and they have kind of accidentally doubled up as a network of walking and hiking routes because the Lavar does which kind of made of stone. And they're about a meter wide with the water flowing through them of course, to be able to maintain these LAVARRA's and sluice them off and clean them out. They will say built a network of paths alongside them an quite an easy for the most part relaxing walking experience for the countryside. Couple of the Levada walks that Karina I did was at one live other though Caldero where they and the other door carney sil-, and these lavarra's often take cute to these beautiful interior lakes and waterfalls. Ip check out they went in Spain instagram account. You'll see some photos posted of a really beautiful waterfall. One of the these trials takes to replace CARABA SAL it takes you to a place. Called the twenty-five fundraise all twenty-five waterfalls, cascades, Poos a great place to chill out and relax they do get busy I mean obviously with this situation of covid nineteen, these places weren't as busy as they normally are there. We managed to get the place to ourselves for about twenty minutes and another people started arriving. The recommendation is if you want to enjoy and how these waterfalls and the springs and Middle Interior Lakes and Paul still south is to go early in the morning but we were lucky enough to go in the afternoon late afternoon and it wasn't too busy for me. One of the highlights of the island was displaced Code Mira Douro. Does Paul Coche Balcony viewpoint basically you? have to drive up to a village called Ribeiro Frio, which is very picturesque.
"madeira" Discussed on When in Spain
"Okay. So data from Lisburn. An hour and a half flight out into the Atlantic Ocean I would say that maybe when we think of data, we might just think of four to find wine Cristiano Ronaldo. One of its most famous export in fact, I, saw the Cristiano Renaldo Statue at the airport in Medina at the beginning this is quite controversial because it was a really bad likeness is nothing like Cristiano. Renaldo. Well, kind of. Mutilated version they've since replaced attach with one that looks more like Ronaldo. But you will see that at the airport when you arrive the thing that's interesting about the approach to data. Is. The location of the Airport Madeira is basically a huge volcanic rock with very few places which actually. Big Enough and flat enough to to accommodate a runway. So what they've done in data is they've built the runway out on a kind of platform on big concrete pillars. So the runway extends out into the sea and really interesting approach when you come into land and the other thing I noticed as well when he leave the apple, the road from the apple kind of curves. Under the runway and underneath the run web never seen this anywhere else in a well before underneath the runway tennis courts, basketball courts, and things like that is really interesting. The way they've designed it anyway data, which means would in. Portuguese. Our into it's green and wooded nature is about five hundred and forty miles from Lisbon and about three hundred and sixty miles from Morocco. sub-tropical tropical SPEC and the Atlantic sting with exotic color. Warm Year round rarely gets below around twenty degrees, Celsius. Yes. Absolutely. Enchanting Island some people call it the pearl of the Atlantic the island of eternal spring is really like an emerald isle. I suppose it reminded me of a kind of. Between the north of Spain into its greenery reminded me of a mix between gala leafier. US reminded me a little bit of whales back in the UK or Cornwall in the South West of the UK mixed with. Of sub-tropical Islands, some people call it the Hawaii of Europe and very dramatic volcanic. It has two or three of Portugal's highest peaks which I talk about a little bit later and really the attraction of the island is the natural beauty I'm having said that there is so many things you can do for such a small island particularly outdoor activities you can do mountain walks there must be thousands of kilometers of hiking sailing. You can do Dolphin and whale watching diving fishing canyoning surfing paragliding an abundance of outdoor activities. To do and one of my favorites which we did a little bit of while we were there is something called Levada walking. Now LAVARRA's these kind of watercourses or manmade water channels which direct water all over the island started up in in the highest peaks of the island and channel water down into the valleys to the villages and towns, and in order to maintain these levers, these water channels which are only about a meter will so wide, they have pathways running alongside them. So therefore, they are be ideal. hiking routes and many hiking routes around the island run alongside these water channels. Varda's but Madeira Island, it's actually an archipelago situated in the North Atlantic Ocean in the region known as Macronesia two hundred and fifty miles north of the Canary Islands and about three hundred and twenty miles west of Morocco, not particularly large island thirty, four miles long and at its widest point around fourteen miles, and it has around ninety miles of coastline and rises in the center to the review peak, which hits one. Thousand eight hundred and sixty one meters has just over six thousand feet. One thing noticed about one thing you'll notice about the geography of the island is the as i. said, there are really very few penalty Allen which are actually flat even the coastline they mountains of the interior don't slope down gently to the beaches you have these very dramatic cliff drops down to the sea. The other thing talking about beaches on the island is the they're very stony and rocky. There are a couple of sandy beaches on data. But they're actually man-made imported fine sand from Morocco in fact, but you'll find most of the beaches around the island are very rugged and rocky and Pedley. You'll also find that to get to the beaches. The very steep descents are the driving in a car. In fact, many of the beaches actually have cable cars which take down from clifftops to the beaches, and just what I'm talking about driving it's important to mention I think that really the best way to get the most out of Madeira. is to hire a car and that's what we did. We hide. Carl the airport and we have the car for the entire time that we were there to be honest with the really you need a car to explore the island properly there are bus routes which connect the kind of bigger towns around the island. But. If you really want to get out into the Wilderness, if you want to see these mountains and these hiking routes and you. Want to see as much of the islanders. Possible. Really I would say a car is essential job on that note will also say that driving in Madeira is pretty. Pretty terrifying experience. If.
"madeira" Discussed on WGN Radio
"At Madeira beach at Johns is that we're we're going the cashier will be walking on the beach all right all right make sure you wear your sunscreen yeah well you can thank you by have you ever heard of Madeira beach that's from don't know I'm gonna be doing the show from Madeira beach you won't be there thanks I will be the first show off I wonder if I could do it on the beach all right just I think that thing that I have does like a cell phone thing I bet I could that would be something we're doing how smart's radio from the beach Hey before eight make you take a break yeah can I just to give a quick shout out to my mom and absolute yeah half it's their birthdays today so Happy Birthday to them would you like to say their name sure my mom and my best friend we were just talking about this for now I'm not saying the name of your best friend because you're because if you say sometimes someone's going to say I thought I was your best no up my mother Terri yeah beautiful yeah getting younger by the day all my gosh adversely Terry my beautiful breasts best friend brandy who was my roommate in college and understands what about Michelle and well she's I have multiple best friend I see okay it's not like they're on a pot you now if I were a sock you'd be a foot they are my socks right and left you're listening house merge radio if you're a foot you'd be in those now exactly your six six slide into your Sunday it's a fun coffee and a bagel tomorrow morning WGN radio there was a time not so long ago when watching the news wasn't exhausting when news people actually trusted you to make up your own mind when news casts come loaded with agenda group of dedicated journalists in the heartland want to revive that kind of news coming this summer to WGN America the new center of news in the center of the nation the nation coming seven nights a week to prime time on WGN America I'm in John service.
"madeira" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Seventy five past Loveland Madeira sex it it's on the left shoulder and a vehicle struck a pole on Colerain Avenue near dry rage thirty two now closed in both directions at the beach about levy that's due to flooding west McMillan has been re opened between McMicken in Fairview park the landslide cleanup there has been completed west McMicken re opened I'm rob Williams newsradio seven hundred WLW the forecast from a seven hundred WLW weather center for tonight clear skies the low of twelve for tomorrow sunshine and a high of forty one it is twenty two now newsradio seven hundred WLW hungry for action reading and take you on a three hour that's right reason two weeks Scott slow Sloane Monday morning at nine seven hundred WLW sponsored by publishers clearing house time's running out to win five thousand dollars a week forever from publishers clearing house you could win five thousand dollars a week for your life plus after that five thousand dollars a week for life for someone you choose enter a P. C. H. dot com now to twenty five no purchase necessary void where prohibited at Miami valley gave me up in your pocket is lucky and with over nineteen hundred gaming machines using well it's funky farmer who you talking to talking to so this tiny people inside the microphones officer blocking visit Miami valley gaming just off I. seventy five at exit twenty nine get ready to get P. twenty one coming from the hotel to get the help line at one eight hundred five eight nine nine six with diamonds and roses James free jewelers just made Valentine's day so we see this year Cuba is a leading to arrows fly at James three jewelers from February first to the fourteenth spoil your Valentine with roses from first florist when you spend five hundred dollars or more on exquisite jewelry from designers like David Yurman Sloan street in beauty Cupid can't miss this year some restrictions do apply so stop by James three at ninety five fifty five main street in Montgomery or online it seems three dot com for details don't miss the final weeks of destination moon the Apollo eleven mission it's Cincinnati museum center more than twenty objects from the historic mission including buzz Aldrin's I kind of helmet and gloves the Apollo eleven command.
"madeira" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"So yesterday about five o'clock, I'm in my modified palatial estate looking at my fish pond out, my windows, and all of a sudden familiar face pops up on channel nine Alex sedillo. And I'm on the phone, and I said, wait a minute. I looked up and that's Alex. For many years. The sedillo live literally next door to my son. Evan Jenny and two beautiful grandkids. And next to them. We're the millers and they had three kids. So the sedillo have five ten feet away. The next house Cape Cod. Type house is my my family. With two kids next to them in the Miller's with three. So there were ten kids about the same age living in back. They live next door to each other on jeweler in Madeira and those ten kids for five or six years, the three houses were together, we're like running in and out of the houses together, they play games, tag, or the sedillo who chased the Cunningham Cunningham. So chased the millers and the millers Cunningham house and the Cunningham house go in the sedillo. And from that, I I met Alex and his four brothers, and Alex sedillo I took him to come a country club with me few times to play golf and went out to the web. Liberty township. And it's just a group of ten kids about the same age about seven eight years apart. They just ran around there were eight boys and two girls and the sedillo 's were right there, and I know Derek sedillo the father is a good guy. And he was a little league baseball coaches, the sedillo rarely I've been in Madera now for I don't know fifteen years or so twenty years and Nancy was a wonderful mother as works for Madeira schools. They had a vigil this morning at eight o'clock in the morning at thinker truths and Madeira, and Alex sedillo is the boy missing right now since ten o'clock or so must have been Sunday night, Monday morning. Missing some were in Indian hill and penny. And I we went out last night. Just you know known. I've lost track of the sedillo last five or six years when my son and daughter-in-law grandkids moved out of that jeweler avenue, and they move somewhere else in Madeira. But I if you know once I'm all because they'll look exactly the same. And there's not a better family in the tri-state than the sedillo as far as giving time and their talents and treasure to Madeira schools. Thank her troops and all the rest, I've just a wonderful family and when that picture popped up at five o'clock yesterday. I was on. I said what how that's Alex who slept in my home. That's Alex who took out to Casey, see, that's Alex. I went to the web went to other kids locations when all.
"madeira" Discussed on KDOW
"Whereas for a news, Patrick fos. President Trump is convinced the soon to be released Muller report will clear him of any wrongdoing as the presidency's at the entire special counsel. Russia investigation was a big job that can't be anything there because there was no crime. There was no anything crime was committed by the other side. This crime was all made up. It was all fabrication the president told ks teepee TV that he welcomes the reports released because there was no collusion whatsoever. He and his allies are portraying the probe as an effort by Democrats and career officials in the Justice department to bring him down. Greg Clugston, Washington. Also, news dot com tour bus carrying German tourists crashed on Portugals Madeira Island Wednesday killing twenty nine people and injuring twenty eight others officials in Madeira and nationally the president and the prime minister have expressed their condolences to the German government. It was at about six. Eight thirty pm local time that this came off the road in Caen. So which is near the capital of Madeira Flynn shell it ended up lying on its side. And it does seem as though the passengers who were killed were projected from the bus. That's the BBC's Allison Roberts. Authorities say they have charged sixty people including thirty doctors for their roles at a legal prescribing and distributing opioids and other dangerous drugs. US attorney Bob Duncan says it was a widespread effort, but working together. Strikeforce participants move quickly and efficiently to address. Unlawful conduct by medical professionals who unnecessarily and unlawfully prescribing opioids for fo the ring the opioid crisis. There were more than seventy thousand drug overdose deaths in two thousand seventeen for rate of twenty one point seven per one.
"madeira" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Well, then I guess one could say that's a crazy stupid idiot. Colleen and Bradley present as it stands for. Yes. It sure does why. Well, because the world is full of crazy. Stupid idiots dumb. People doing dumb things repeatedly over and over again, oftentimes mis data. Florida. Okay. Guess where we're going Florida. Yeah. Knowing their check the I'm going to check the temperature favor and check the temperature of Madeira beach kingdom's de E, R, A Madeira beach. That's a coastal community of of nearly forty five hundred folks on a barrier island facing the Gulf of Mexico. Can I tell you right now, it's sunny and seventy five. Lovely. I'll take it. How can you be dumb when it's sunny and seventy five right? So they want to take you to a special outdoor meeting a special of the community during the king of the beach fishing tournament in November. Now, this goes back aways things got quickly out of hand, Nancy Oakley this lady that I'm going to tell you about she's a city Commissioner in Madeira she'd done some drinking at a fishing competition. Now while she was there. She spaded spotted Shane Crawford. That's the city manager at the time and shell McGrady has executive assistant the two would later Mary. But we're in relationships with other people at the time and Oakley suspected them of having an affair. Okay. So far. This sounds like the movie. Yes. Or like an episode murder. She wrote or something so using some expletives. That's four letter words for those of you who didn't do well on SAT. She demanded that McGrady who was supposed to be acting deputy city clerk and taking. Minutes be removed after the meeting concluded Nancy walked up to Crawford again. And did something that will change your life forever. And earns her crazy stupid Elliott, fellow through coleslaw. Down her shirt. Well, if by coleslaw, you mean that she licked his neck and the side of his face slowly working her way down from his Adam's apple then groped him by grabbing his crotch and boots then yes, she threw coleslaw. And but no she actually licked his not any kind of coleslaw. I've ever had. Yes. Then she threw a punch at the woman. Whoa. So she licked the man punch the woman now, apparently this was not an isolated incident. In fact, Nancy Oakley, again city Commissioner has a history of doing the following looking men that she was either attracted to were thought she had a thority over. Now that was written a complaint in two thousand seventeen to the ethics board that she not only licked some stuff, but she also made unwanted advances towards other city staff to and these people were not interested. There were at least three other men who testified they had their faces licks without their consent. I mean, I know not going to say it, and she says, this is all lies and cockamamie stories, and we'll be questioning, you know, all of these things, but she has now been resigned or forced to resign. Can you do me a favor shirt want you to pull up this story? And I want you to look at Nancy Oakley pants again. She's signed for position at Madeira beach city commission after the Florida look like a face liquor, but scroll all the way down. Okay. Oh, okay. Felix? She looks like she's a face liquor. She looks like yes, I could see where she would be looking faces. Yes. I guess she just doesn't look like a well. I'm just not gonna make it looks like she's a handsome man a woman. She's a handsome woman is what I'm trying to say issue now. But see, I don't know like where did you learn that looks like like, we're my only move in life is to lick a man's face and grabs chunk my question to her. Then would be like at Wendy's has that when is that worked for like has that worked for you must've? Right. You don't know it doesn't sound like it has often lately. I just you know, what most concerns me about that practice. What germs? Well. Cares. I don't feel like that would taste good. You're going to get like aftershave on your tongue. Like if I'm gonna lick things. I don't like strangers faces. Cakes donuts. Yeah. Confections? If you had a Donut I would lick your Donut. Right. Like, if there was somebody I was attracted to who was eating something that looked particularly delicious. I would I would sooner lick their food that I would do that'd be a fun game. But even that would be a stretch for me. I bet she was a lot of fun during spring break in Panama City beach in nineteen eighty three the problem is that things have changed we've moved on. And no longer licking faces of very. All right for our next story. We are going to take a Junie. Okay. Arizona's union or air or in Arizona, where we're gonna meet a twenty eight year old man by the name of Joshua Hillyard tutor. Oh, nice gas. Related to Henry, no teaches he teaches any mentors. Young people who time to tour. He's been tutoring. High school students as part of a mentoring program for a while. All right. And last week. He sent a picture to a sixteen year old girl. He was working with. Oh, no. That picture was of his special area. His special purpose. I believe is special purpose happy place. Oh, his junk Adang. Yeah. He sent a picture of his junk to a sixteen year old who he had been mentoring. That is gross and it's wrong. And I bet it's not the first time. Probably. However, this sixteen year old who did the right thing and told her parents and then shared it. They shared it with thirties and. Well, the cops were able to confirm that this was a picture of him when they arrested him. Why you ask because of an identifying Mark on his happy place. Oh, what was it? It was a tattoo. Okay. And the tattoo on his happy place mind, you said the words fun size. Candy bars. Sick for a second and think about the fun size candy bar you guys. Yeah. I don't know the because funds. Heartland? It means small. Yeah. You want king-size? Yeah. Is it called king size or just like now kings is is the big one. Yeah. Candy bear in candy Bartlett. Yeah. No, you're right. King-size funds size. Not so much size. You know, everybody knows fun site has a horrible. Yeah. That's you don't want those two things associated case. Why would? Because like what woman, you know? This is such a dude thing like only a dude like no woman is going to get like, you know, fun size on her boob. Because like. Grow them with John coup. But no woman is going to be like. Oh, yeah. So I just love your bar logo on your Weiner. Or if he does say that she's she's not she's saying that he's saying that because she knows that. That's what you want her to say, and this is going to be a very short term experience. Also, I'd like to remind you as we're having this disgusting conversation that the subject of this is a sixteen year old girl case also. He was arrested Mr. fund size said that he thought he didn't think he was doing anything wrong because he thought the age of consent near Zona was sixteen. No, it's eighteen. Like, it is everywhere. His charged with a felony for providing harmful materials. Sometimes it may sixteen though. I think in Minnesota sixteen actually is it really. Oh, well, it depends on your age. I think but. I would. No, I don't. Because had some really young. How about that? Let's just ask what the age of consent. Say no don't do it there. You know, what go home and watch something on the internet because this is not a good of the can I go to a can we take Ono? We don't have time tomorrow. Yep. So now when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show to forty five every day, we play a little game that game is called mom. Nope. That game is called the throwback live. We will play that after this on mytalk one zero seven one recently overheard on Donna and Steve I used to love samples now I avoid sample booths. Like the plague I feel like a grub. Isn't it always better if they say could interest you in a sample? Whereas if you have to walk up, what is II salami that feels it's a real power shift in the relational dynamic that you have with these. Curiosity. I feel like I'm a dog sniffing around. Is that hidden free? Exactly give her notice. They're like computers that have a glitch like they're not even talking to anybody. They're just kind of going on sale for five ninety nine try. You can make it at home. And and they're like looking around like they're in a home, you know, just mumbling stuff. To be. I think a lot of people think example, people are quite lovely. Sure. Heavies? And you could put it in the toaster oven. I was just. Donna and Steve nine to noon on mytalk one zero seven one everything entertainment big news.
"madeira" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The teacher's union says they're making progress, but that even if they get an agreement that teachers are still directed to head to the picket lines Tuesday as they'll still need time to ratify any new deal L as mayor Eric Garcetti who's been assisting with negotiations. At city hall now says after five days and fifty hours of negotiations. He's optimistic that they have the momentum to take those final steps toward an agreement. Teachers have wanted higher pay but also more teachers to reduce class sizes along with nurses, librarians. And counselors the school district has argued they just don't have the money for all of that. And that funding comes from the state. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News. Ghanistan officials say a brazen Taliban attack on a military base in an eastern province Monday has left at least forty five people dead, most of the military, there are fears. However that with nearly six dozen wounded the death toll could go even higher. The base is in a province just outside of Kabul. It also serves as a training center for pro government militia. A local authority says a Taliban suicide bomber I drove a humvee loaded with explosives into the base and detonated it after that four other attackers engaged to the shootout with Afghan troops in Venezuela. The crisis in government continues mutiny in Venezuela, two miles from the presidential palace security, forces launched tear gas at protesters. The government says a small group of national guardsmen seized the captain of a police station and stole weapons. Government officials then announced that the quote delinquence were defeated and captured just last week Venezuela's national assembly and its leader Wong Widodo began a process to replace Madeira with an interim government, the pro Madero supreme court will to cancel that process and said the national assembly's leadership is invalid at.
"madeira" Discussed on The Frame
"Was born in in Madeira, which is at Portuguese island. It was a small town where I live two hundred thousand people we didn't have an airport at the time. We didn't have television in Madeira the when many newspapers and the only came sporadically, so it was very cut off from culture from other places. It was only when I went to Lisbon to the university that I started having more things to look at and to listen to and there was also a political system that was very stifling. And then at the end of my course, nine hundred seventy four there was a revolution censorship with an end freedom of speech, restored inactions promised on most important role the end of Portugal's, colonial wars in Africa. It's called the carnation revolution. Because the soldiers that were going in the streets carnations in that guns, and mainly it was because the army was fed up with going to stupid wars that nobody was gonna win and you only lose in wars anyway, two hundred thousand people took to the streets. Stirring, red carnations and dancing with the troops. And the students were making some demonstrations and meetings revived people would speak about it. And they'll be revolutionary songs as well against the status quo and all that. Still university. My sister gave me an Christie guitar, and I just sit them bedroom playing you know, Jim buys songs and Bob Dylan songs. The money. And a friend of mine used to say should get to London and get a banner I just used to think she was crazy as saying something like that. Because to me that was crazy, and then I came to London to art school. And this what I meant Gina and that the time when I was at art school punk started. Just seeing that inspired us to start a band was the punk idea that is it really need to know how to play very well. You just have to have something to say in had the energy to do it. There was one thing. But seeing the slits playing and I had heard other women playing I loved Joan bias and Joni Mitchell, but it was a different thing. I never thought I could ever do that. This goes, you know, they didn't know exactly what they were doing. But they had so much to say just the fact that the way even just..
"madeira" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Bearcats have it first and goal at the one and Michael Warren checks back yet he has two rushing touchdowns in this quarter. Rollins goes in motion, redder hands to Warren. He wants his into the end zone. Standing up for his third touchdown of the corner. His touchdown of the game. And for Michael Warren. That is his seventeenth touchdown run this season to equal Cincinnati single season record set by David small back in nineteen Ninety-three. You read what I said about taking some time under forget that. Bearcats just go down the field with precision unbelievable. Thirty six seconds left in the quarter. Smith into the extra point is kit is lodged through. Paul smith. Dow forty five for forty six. AT's as a true freshman. A bearcat lead is pushed back to twelve thirty five to twenty three. Two great passes. I mean, really really nice passes by desert or both to to Madeira. Nice. I mean, there's did a great job Rashad Maderas on the first one he was out into the left left side. And boy, he just widened, and he any kind of kept the defender, you know, not knowing where the football was stretched it out and made a nice over the shoulder him in the one down the middle where he had a guy on each side. Great grow by rhetoric. Nice job catching the football and hanging onto by Reshad Maderas that was a seventy seven yard drive and seventy four of the seventy seven yards came out the two passes to Reshad but Dara's forty three yards on the I thirty one yards on the second thirty five twenty three Cincinnati on Tom. Jones kicks it high in short this time fair catch signal given and the catch made it took fifteen yard line meeting. The polls will have. Team valid fair catch signal. Place. It was twenty five yard line. Ten. Barry's your explanation after NAR Phillips fair caught to kick off. And the bulls will start from the twenty five yard line. Bearcat defense does not have a takeaway yet tonight. Feels like if they could get one here. USF Mike rollover, Yup. In. And they've been getting a little bit of pressure on Chris older adults the quarterback. And if they can do that continue here. My feeling is he's gonna put one up there to grab two touchdown passes for all a Doak in the first two of his USF career. Tonight. Catches a shotgun snap. Now. Fires a pass up to seem too high for Saint Felix and through the hands of the guy behind him. Kobe Bryant no way to catch that one both ads receiver or the db dopamine that time just really fired that one but second at ten right now. This is the spot where you can get some pressure on you might make him throw the ball away and possibly get a pick. Receivers to each side of the formation second down and ten the balls at their own twenty five Solomon goes in motion only Dokan back to throw scrambling around looking for a running lane pets has ties into the ground for a sack at the nineteen yard line loss at six Beathard long again. Talked about it before in this third in twenty one third and twenty four. Fifteen. This is this is a money down. If you're the defense. Three and a half sacks this year. Saw it as you heard the third quarter just came to an end our score heading to the fourth Cincinnati thirty five USF twenty three. This is bearcat football presented by energy pellets album. Erica, a NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w hey, you see fans.
"madeira" Discussed on KGO 810
"Seven mile track I'm sorry Three eighty practically double. The length that's that seems like an odd plan to begin with well, it's gotta we've back and forth, the mountains they're they're desert's. Slakes canals Let's see this is obsessed so they're they're. Hoping to finish the hundred nineteen mile stretch from, Bakersfield to Madeira for non-californians Bakersfield. Is lovely. Medium sized city in the middle of the. State, Madera is a town they're hoping to finish. That, by twenty twenty two For those who would like to make that hundred and, twenty mile trip from Bakersfield to Madeira in twice the time and five times the expense of what it. Costs to do it in a car but so we're we're. Will. There. Be train. Rides between Bakersfield and Madeira, while they're working on the rest of it or will it just sit there until. They get the, whole thing effing. Wants to take that train buddy it'd be just like. Something to write a train for fun yeah yeah That. Finishing that section puts off tunnelling through the mountains which will, cost anywhere from four to thirteen. Billion dollars and the people in California's two major population centres will be in, college by the time they're doing that SF in l. a. we'll see no sign of the project anytime soon probably. Not, decades not my kids will be the voters dealing with this, at the. End at the end game so the two hundred billion dollar train that won't be done for generations if it is ever done I will end with this sentence from the New York Times the failed liberal New York Times it has been. Ten years since Californians, voted to approve, the nine point nine five billion dollar bond a down payment on a project that was estimated at, the time to cost forty billion dollars again total cost to taxpayers was supposed to be nine point nine. Five billion it's now going to be at least one hundred. Inquiry, again How much theft is not okay with you people, who continue to vote for Democrats. How much would be too much for a you pick a number would it, be three hundred billion so that would be a trillion a trillion so that would be like if the contract and. Told, you it's gonna cost one hundred thousand dollars to do this, Adam and. Then they tell you Nope sorry we meant a million right Okay no no no, we. Can't, afford that you're building it Point you can't live in it when. We're done with it you won't be able to live in here's a. Picture of your little girl coming out of her school shame. If. Something, happened, to, that pretty little girl. Says Jerry Brown Tax payers And. Smelly extortion Philip Wegmann we're going to talk to him about this whole three d., gun lawsuit which is kinda interesting on a bunch of. Different levels are you able to print off a gun at home Stay tuned to the Armstrong and Getty show bullet train Longtime Getty conscience of the nation Strike GO eight ten Centric from the Chilton, auto body traffic desk a happy. Hump day to you we've, got delays as usual make the drive in from the central valley westbound two oh five and five eighty from the eleventh street merge there and Tracy up. Past grant line, road in the meantime you're eastbound five eighty drive into Tracy is slowing as well because road work just. West of. Highway two oh five if you, are in, the Brentwood Clayton area Marsh creek road looks like a shutdown east of Gil because of. A pretty serious crash there were a car went into a tree and a lot of emergency activity needed northbound, six eighty in Milpitas, San Jose at Hostetter right lane. Blocked with a crash it. Is. Slow from Barry yes all lanes are blocked. At one time though so it's better and just a minor backup at the westbound bay bridge. Good. Morning to, you. Mark good morning everyone I'm Kim McAllister and, for Brett burkhart today your. K. g. o. eight ten weather forecast includes some patches, of drizzle and fog especially low on the deck over the Golden. Gate Bridge this morning the later on we'll get some, sunshine Some fog, sticking at the coast and, some haze from all the fires up and down Showtime, mission impossible fallout he's the number one movie in the world and. One of the, best reviewed blockbusters ever This is why you. Go to the movies out and, Tom Cruise mission impossible fallout PG thirteen, now playing they say there's nothing certain but death and taxes not true hi RIC Edelman here here's. What certain retirement and money if you're going to have. One you better have plenty of the other but will you have enough.
"madeira" Discussed on WRVA
"And typically you pay for it with life insurance right and i suppose if you planned properly you could be financially way ahead of the game when you come back so just to just to give you an illustration of compound interest of course he's not around to enjoy it there is that minor problem of course he did say that he would prefer to an ordinary interment to be put into a cask of madeira hit observed that flies that were in madeira got up later and went off so yes he actually did and he said unfortunately the era of the he was in was probably insufficiently advanced for that to work but nonetheless he would like to see what happened that is of course the the sort of the ordinary thing that one wants one wants to have a body with you know two arms and two legs and things like that it looks as though it is indeed possible for such bodies to be made i mean certainly it is feasible within the laws of physics for bodies to exist would they be made doctor or a grown another word that's an interesting question essentially at a fundamental level we don't have to answer that question as long as we are sure that there is at least one approach that will work certainly the advances in biotechnology suggests that the ability to grow individual organs or individual components right could be extended to replace all of the tissues that are needed alternatively you could consider other methods such as replacing tissue by simply building to order that would require rather more advanced technology but in essence there are a range of possibilities there are a lot of ways it could be done and any one of those would be entirely satisfactory would you i hate to get into this area but i can't resist.
"madeira" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The tax revenues that are starting to float colonel madeira is managing partner kesse verde capital in los angeles it's a venture capital fund which is investing heavily in the industry not cannabis at selfbelief as he says but all the things that go with it lab tasting the payment systems that kind of thing i asked him first about consumer protection issues and whether they were being addressed when you see a state go into legalisation you often find that the state mandates that every product or every batch of cannibus product must actually be lab tested for potent see solvency in in many instances if there is any trace of pesticides or any harmful compounds one of the people who will find confusing because we have a different legal system is that cannabis is still the legal on the federal level i e uswide how does said tension resolve itself on the ground because it is illegal but the state says it's not very confusing and that ends up being one of be sort of grey areas of the market as it stands presently so in the previous obama administration they actually issued something called the coal memo which really laid out clearly that as long as states follow these certain guidelines they would not see any level of federal prosecution with the new administration there's been some uncertainty there but i think the idea is that over the course of the next few years we'll get some more clarity on easing from the federal government as well alcohols always been a fantastic source of tax revenue for governments of the state and federal level is cannabis going to be the same it's going to be very beneficial to every state which has legalisation place so for colorado the estimates almost three hundred million dollars for two thousand seventeen in cannibus tax revenue for oregon almost five percent of their budget comes from jennifer stacked revenue so i think that's going to be a huge source of revenues for states now one of the pond is in you'll fund is snoop doggy musician have you considered using his brand his famous musician as a consumer brand for cannabis or not to snoop actually has his own consumer brand it's not part of our fund because our fund.
"madeira" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Us serving as a base of operation for russia china against our interests and and by the way also narcotrafficking and drug pressure on american secretary mnuchin announcing these sanctions earlier this week freezing all assets four dictator vittorio do you think that's enough i've just spoken with the white house about the potential for new sexual absolutely i saw the president yesterday i talk to the vice president yesterday we've been in constant contact with them i think he can expect that every time the d'oro into something outrageous the white house will respond with additional sanctions for every action there will be a strong reaction and the great news as other countries are going to join us when we when the president sanction those thirteen people last week multiple countries in the hemisphere including panama which has all those banks announced they too would be sanctioning the same people is oil sanctions on the table they are outta i wouldn't again it's it's part of a and i'm not going to give away the president's hand that's for them to make an announcement but most certainly i think everything is on the table but they're doing it very incrementally very strategically very targeted and very smart wherever what he has to understand is that the people of venezuela do not today benefit from venezuela's oil part of question just about healthcare or is there there's a lot of talk that it's not over do you think that anything to get on the fourth test well i hope so i mean that's probably overly optimistic but certainly in september we we hopefully we'll take one more shot at it in my opinion uh i was elected on the promise of repealing and replacing obamacare was reelected on the same promise it's a promise i'm going to do everything i personally can i'm one vote but are madeira thing i personally can to keep that promise that we senator marco rubio speak meet bloomberg's chief washington correspondent cannon serenely and coming up we speak with goldman sachs you'll loyd blink clone you can see on the bloomberg van stories fast this is bloomberg with the bloomberg business of sports report i'm michael barr it's something that many researchers drivers go.
"madeira" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Or they had this election where his buddies worth once we're running primarily and so the people who did vote in it wasn't a majority but the people who did vote selected from medeiros buddies essentially people that were you know friendly towards him and these people are going to assemble into some sort of constitutional assembly supposedly where they will rewrite the country's constitutionally and this is of course something that to madeira wants to have happened considering last year there was a large number of people who signed like millions of people who signed petitions calling from a durose recall and medeiros able to some put that off into the future and now it may be a future that doesn't come if the entire constitution is rewritten sounds likely all of this happening also bucked the recall in an unconstitutional fashion to he basically should have been should have had an election right away but uh but added decided to wait until the period that he would then be able to wait until the next election it was just no just strongarmed political tactics he's backed by the supreme court as well as who he stack whom his stature rex but it the one thing that has push back against him are a lot of the people of venezuela and the assembly which is essentially there congress that is held by the opposite russian so he wants to get rid of the opposition out of that particular branch of government they're annoying and he wants to have total control so what happened well according to the bbc electoral officials say turnout in the controversial election for a constituent assembly was forty one and a half percent which is a figure being disputed by the opposition the opposition coalition said eighty eight percent of voters abstained and they refused to recognize the election it also doesn't ladder who vote suggest metres who counts them it also called for more protests on monday that's today yesterday's election was marred by violence with widespread protests and at least ten people killed president nicolas maduro hailed the poll as a quote vote for the revolution and quotes vote president madeira spoke at last year in power.