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"maria herrera" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:21 min | 9 hrs ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hard to describe. Maria Herrera and her 16 year old sister are crossing the street. They are killed instantly. Maria's four year old son is with them. His body is dragged 100 ft. Under the minivan's bumper. Maria is also eight months pregnant later her child is delivered by Cesarean section. But he doesn't survive. Justin Gray is faces a criminal trial, and he is just understandably demonized by the media by the family of the victim by her husband. Eventually, Joseph receives a maximum sentence off 15 years. At the time. A lot of people felt that wasn't long enough, like Joseph was getting off easy. What punishment could possibly be severe enough for such a terrible accident? But pay attention to this word. Accident. We want to think that this incident was caused by Joseph Grace recklessness. Of course, it wass. But what's how did you think about are all the other things that had to happen for the accident to occur? What if it hadn't been raining that morning, and Joseph Gray went golfing instead of to the bar? What if you went to the bar and got drunk by the bartender had told him he couldn't drive and called him a cab. What if he had started driving? But got stopped before he hit the Herrera family. Let's imagine that everything that happened happened except that Two minutes before you had the accident. Joseph. Greg got pulled over by another police officer. What do you think would've happened, He would have been One of these people who gets court With a high alcohol level driving and people say, Oh, that's really bad. You shouldn't do that. And you know you should lose your license for six months, and you should do some community service or, you know, pay a fine Nobody would say you're a murderer. You're a monster. In this scenario where Joseph Craig gets pulled over before he can hurt anyone. There's nothing in his behavior that is any different. He behaves exactly the same way he did in the real life scenario when he killed Maria and her family, of course, when Joseph decided to get behind the wheel after so many beers. He made it much more likely that something bad would happen. But in the hypothetical situation where no one gets heart It's not because Joseph decided not to drink and drive in this other world. He would have behaved in exactly the same irresponsible way and Nobody would think that he should go to jail for 20 years or else if they do, then there's a lot of people who should be going to jail for 20 years. Anybody who's you know, texting while driving, or, you know anybody who's had a few drinks too many. Anybody who's distracted. All of these people are potentially Gonna kill somebody, and there's some other random thing out there that is determining whether something bad happens or not. This idea that outcomes mining party random and the result of good luck or bad luck. Can make us uncomfortable when something happens good or bad. We are powerful, e motivated to see the hand of intentionality and purpose. This bad thing happened because that bad person did something. Take that away from us, and we are left not just with the terror of randomness. By the terror. Off meaninglessness. People associate randomness with an absence of meaning, and I've often actually gotten this responsive people When I When I sort of walked them through this logic, they sort of look at me with this tired expression on their face and say. But then nothing means anything right? And I sort of Find that to be A strange response because Meeting is something that we create. Write the world doesn't create meaning the world just does whatever the world does right where the ones who decide what it means. Right? So you know if you like, randomly get on a plane or get bumped onto a different flight one day and the person you sit next to becomes your your spouse. No devil Be a tremendously meaningful event in her life. But it's still random. In a complex world, random things about to happen all the time. Most are mundane. Some are delightful. A few are heartbreaking. We're mostly okay. When the random shapes the Monday the traffic light turns red as I pull up at the intersection. But when it comes to good things, and especially when it comes to bad things, the notion that wonderful and terrible things happened for no reason leaves us dissatisfied. Uneasy. I ask Duncan why he thinks this is The short answer is I don't know my best guess is that it's extremely adaptive to believe that you understand the world, right? That you want to think that you know, you know what's gonna happen because that means you can get out of bed. You Khun take action. You can invest in the future and I think that's probably where it comes from is that it's just the sort of adaptive response to the uncertainty of the world. Duncan is not saying that Joseph Grace punishment was too harsh or too lenient. He's saying that because we know what happened to the Herrera family. It changes how we think about Joseph craze actions. Yes, we might be willing to concede that many random things had to happen for the tragedy to occur. But we prefer to ignore them when we make our calculus off, right and wrong. We focus on Joseph creates negligence because it gives us a feeling of control. We can do something about Joseph Gray. We can lock him up and throw away the key. We can't do anything about all the other random stuff. And that's terrifying. The same thing could be said of the Ford Pinto. Once something terrible has occurred, it becomes nearly impossible to look back on the actions of the people involved with any sense of dispassion. Our psychological defence systems demand a tidy explanation. We shrink away from anything that suggests messiness randomness. Uncertainty. It's possible there was negligence or wrongdoing at Ford. Over the years. Some have claimed that four didn't intentionally make a dangerous car, while others have argued that the early Pinto crash tests reveal that executives at Ford knew the Pinto was a dangerous car. Even before it left the assembly line. We reached out, afford for comment, and they declined our request. But our story isn't about the executives at Ford and what they did or did not know. It's about Danny Gioia, a mid level employee who says he did not know about the Pinto's field. Tang problem until he discovered the mysterious report on his desk in 1974. Up until that moment and through the end of his tenure at Ford in 1975, Danny followed a clear process for deciding whether to recall cars. Since the company couldn't initiate a recall. Every time something went wrong with any car on the road it needed a system for determining of a problem was a really problem or just a fluke. If Danny wanted to recommend a recall, he needed to be able to show two things. Evidence that something was broken. And a pattern of failure. The Pinto never rose to that standard. Danny sent up red flags about the car twice, but both times he looked at the evidence himself. And voted not to recall. You might hear this and think we're.

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Fresh update on "maria herrera" discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

00:07 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "maria herrera" discussed on Hidden Brain

"Hard to describe. Maria Herrera and her 16 year old sister are crossing the street. They are killed instantly. Maria's four year old son is with them. His body is dragged 100 ft. Under the minivan's bumper. Maria is also eight months pregnant later her child is delivered by Cesarean section. But he doesn't survive. Justin Gray is faces a criminal trial, and he is just understandably demonized by the media by the family of the victim by her husband. Eventually, Joseph receives a maximum sentence off 15 years. At the time. A lot of people felt that wasn't long enough, like Joseph was getting off easy. What punishment could possibly be severe enough for such a terrible accident? But pay attention to this word. Accident. We want to think that this incident was caused by Joseph Grace recklessness. Of course, it wass. But what's how did you think about are all the other things that had to happen for the accident to occur? What if it hadn't been raining that morning, and Joseph Gray went golfing instead of to the bar? What if you went to the bar and got drunk by the bartender had told him he couldn't drive and called him a cab. What if he had started driving? But got stopped before he hit the Herrera family. Let's imagine that everything that happened happened except that Two minutes before you had the accident. Joseph. Greg got pulled over by another police officer. What do you think would've happened, He would have been One of these people who gets court With a high alcohol level driving and people say, Oh, that's really bad. You shouldn't do that. And you know you should lose your license for six months, and you should do some community service or, you know, pay a fine Nobody would say you're a murderer. You're a monster. In this scenario where Joseph Craig gets pulled over before he can hurt anyone. There's nothing in his behavior that is any different. He behaves exactly the same way he did in the real life scenario when he killed Maria and her family, of course, when Joseph decided to get behind the wheel after so many beers. He made it much more likely that something bad would happen. But in the hypothetical situation where no one gets heart It's not because Joseph decided not to drink and drive in this other world. He would have behaved in exactly the same irresponsible way and Nobody would think that he should go to jail for 20 years or else if they do, then there's a lot of people who should be going to jail for 20 years. Anybody who's you know, texting while driving, or, you know anybody who's had a few drinks too many. Anybody who's distracted. All of these people are potentially Gonna kill somebody, and there's some other random thing out there that is determining whether something bad happens or not. This idea that outcomes mining party random and the result of good luck or bad luck. Can make us uncomfortable when something happens good or bad. We are powerful, e motivated to see the hand of intentionality and purpose. This bad thing happened because that bad person did something. Take that away from us, and we are left not just with the terror of randomness. By the terror. Off meaninglessness. People associate randomness with an absence of meaning, and I've often actually gotten this responsive people When I When I sort of walked them through this logic, they sort of look at me with this tired expression on their face and say. But then nothing means anything right? And I sort of Find that to be A strange response because Meeting is something that we create. Write the world doesn't create meaning the world just does whatever the world does right where the ones who decide what it means. Right? So you know if you like, randomly get on a plane or get bumped onto a different flight one day and the person you sit next to becomes your your spouse. No devil Be a tremendously meaningful event in her life. But it's still random. In a complex world, random things about to happen all the time. Most are mundane. Some are delightful. A few are heartbreaking. We're mostly okay. When the random shapes the Monday the traffic light turns red as I pull up at the intersection. But when it comes to good things, and especially when it comes to bad things, the notion that wonderful and terrible things happened for no reason leaves us dissatisfied. Uneasy. I ask Duncan why he thinks this is The short answer is I don't know my best guess is that it's extremely adaptive to believe that you understand the world, right? That you want to think that you know, you know what's gonna happen because that means you can get out of bed. You Khun take action. You can invest in the future and I think that's probably where it comes from is that it's just the sort of adaptive response to the uncertainty of the world. Duncan is not saying that Joseph Grace punishment was too harsh or too lenient. He's saying that because we know what happened to the Herrera family. It changes how we think about Joseph craze actions. Yes, we might be willing to concede that many random things had to happen for the tragedy to occur. But we prefer to ignore them when we make our calculus off, right and wrong. We focus on Joseph creates negligence because it gives us a feeling of control. We can do something about Joseph Gray. We can lock him up and throw away the key. We can't do anything about all the other random stuff. And that's terrifying. The same thing could be said of the Ford Pinto. Once something terrible has occurred, it becomes nearly impossible to look back on the actions of the people involved with any sense of dispassion. Our psychological defence systems demand a tidy explanation. We shrink away from anything that suggests messiness randomness. Uncertainty. It's possible there was negligence or wrongdoing at Ford. Over the years. Some have claimed that four didn't intentionally make a dangerous car, while others have argued that the early Pinto crash tests reveal that executives at Ford knew the Pinto was a dangerous car. Even before it left the assembly line. We reached out, afford for comment, and they declined our request. But our story isn't about the executives at Ford and what they did or did not know. It's about Danny Gioia, a mid level employee who says he did not know about the Pinto's field. Tang problem until he discovered the mysterious report on his desk in 1974. Up until that moment and through the end of his tenure at Ford in 1975, Danny followed a clear process for deciding whether to recall cars. Since the company couldn't initiate a recall. Every time something went wrong with any car on the road it needed a system for determining of a problem was a really problem or just a fluke. If Danny wanted to recommend a recall, he needed to be able to show two things. Evidence that something was broken. And a pattern of failure. The Pinto never rose to that standard. Danny sent up red flags about the car twice, but both times he looked at the evidence himself. And voted not to recall. You might hear this and think we're.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:33 min | 3 weeks ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"So, yeah, I would say from financial planning standpoint one of the easiest ways for me to demonstrate value does it then using tax strategies that people are aware right And they're just different tools and techniques I've learned over the years that And that that our firm has employed over the years. It helps plants maximize their after tax wealth. And yet, all of this, obviously, obviously all of this is legal. And this is all fair because a lot of people go. I don't want to be some tax cheat. You know, I want to pay my share, right? Well, I would never do anything little Evan A C P A for for 40 years now on DH. So all of this is just making sure Really All of this is understanding the tax code. Right then flying to an individual situation. Alright, Well, don our congratulations on being named 21 out of 3000 firms across the country. Being in the top 50. But you're well into the top 50. I didn't realize there were that many actually financial planning firms over 3000 in the country. Thank you very much for your time today, Mending Director don dunk, and the phone number again is for its savant Wealth management. 5059820997 on the website. It's survival, wealth dot com. Three. She ate it. Stay healthy. Alright. Enjoy Santa Fe. Why you and you and the wife are here. Thank you very much. Richard. Thank you so much for your time. Appreciate it. All right, 21 minutes after Two o'clock on a Monday is not all bad. This is actually pretty nice Monday. Where in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In what could be bad we write back when it call in shot about anything. We will have a couple of minutes when we come back here When I call in chat about anything, now is the time to do a 505 or 24 65 05424 12 60 Bottom of the hour Talk with Maria Herrera about New Mexico Department of Workforce connected With the boat will be coming right back to the Richard he'd show the voice of Santa Fe here on Darcy, Santa Fes, New TAC Leader Ghost Ranch. The beautiful 21,000 Acre landscape in northern New Mexico is open for overnight lodging as well as unique adventures. It's the stunning O'Keefe backdrop, including hiking museums, horseback trail rides,.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Minutes after the two o'clock the some ninety two degrees in Santa Fe and excellent air quality we're in the green the numbers twelve which is fabulous right over the weekend the governor's office and apartment health Saturday and Sunday issued the October nineteen new cases on Saturday there was a hundred and seventy two additional cases that's a lot we're not going down the rate is going down hospitalization is going down hundred seventy need a hundred seventy two new cases on Saturday fifty five of those we're in the New Mexico corrections department facility down in Otero county to at least one hundred and seventeen for the rest of the state actually one hundred and eight because nine we're also in the facility under county project some one hundred and eight cases there were thirty McKinley county there were eight in San Juan county fifteen burly okay five in Santa Fe county which is kind of up for Santa Fe county that was Saturday Sunday there were a hundred and thirty six new cases take out forty one for the president that leaves ninety five four new cases in in Santa Fe county so five on Saturday four and Sunday and we had many days where it was zero or one so were planned telephone in New Mexico over the weekend if you look at the national map New Mexico was in green showing down but today in Mexico is in yellow are kind of ochre which means steady we are plateaus we do have fortunately some I see you beds available but you know the reason I bring this up well actually somebody told me yesterday there we need to talk less about cove in nineteen that's a really name one thing in New Mexico one thing in your life that is not impacted by cove in nineteen I'm sure there are some small things but the big things in your life everything is impacted by governing team your job you travel your family your conversation your concerns day in and day out your retirement portfolio if you own stocks to your bank account everything is impacted by Kobe nineteen why should we talk about it last did you watch the trump rally in Tulsa was not a good look for the town of Tulsa was not a good look for the trump campaign he's just a big Ole whiny baby in and I'm in a diaper today paralegal probably going to fire his campaign director today that's the word anyway probably gonna fires campaign director even though you know it's it's not even really worth mentioning buddies spokesperson needs me personally more Kaylee Macan any as like when they got back obviously trump coming off marine one was like downtrodden headed down body language was I'm I'm pissed I'm bombed toll so was a wash the arena was being really kinda empty but you look at the rally beforehand he look at the arena and you look at the people in the stands on the floor nobody no mass nobody in the mask you know people in Tulsa just like pretend you don't for like a couple months because in a couple weeks of the number of people either in Tulsa around Oklahoma people traveled Tulsa is going to spike no way around I will come back after a quick time out here twenty nine minutes after two o'clock on Monday afternoon we'll talk about jobs unemployment things with Maria Herrera from the department of workforce connections we'll talk to Dr Winnie Johnson from la familia three thirty today about the Kobe nineteen numbers the fact that we are plateaued and some news over the weekend about cover nineteen with doctor Johnson at three thirty we have three o'clock I'm gonna talk about a story that got a little bit of press not a lot last week and it is about aid giant giant corporation in New Mexico it made in because of negligence and greed admitted in court they killed a whole bunch of people no it was not now in Bhopal hours like in two years talk about that at three o'clock thirty minutes after two men.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

12:06 min | 4 months ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Thirty four minutes after two Maria Herrera joined just now it has been a while I mean all the info on employment issues and movies and other things going on and having you know being called in to to answer phones and everything else you have been with us for awhile we had your boss on two weeks ago now but it's not awesome yeah he's not nearly as good as you well I don't know he is how are you good people you full of good information I'm doing good thank you for asking keeping busy are you sure yeah you you dig in the do you dig in the pandemic you you tired of this whole thing well you know I'll tell you there's never a dull moment I am quite over all of it I'm ready to get back says not wanting anybody to get deck five you know I'm ready just to come back I'm sure everybody has I'm so what is what's the rule with the downtown workforce connections office at I I even forget I forgot the address now yet it's been so long since we mentioned that are you going to re open you can re open slowly what you get interstate office what's the what's the state rule so far we have not gotten a reopen date I know you know that we've had stopped in the local offices right I'm just answering phones and doing what they can from here but we don't have an opening date yet we're all you know reading is sitting at the edge of our seats waiting for that day to be shared with us but hopefully it's sooner rather than later because we have a lot to do we have a lot of work in front of us many new Mexicans need our services they need help getting back so okay we're ready now the bomb we'll talk about the current situation here in a second and I did talk to sex when we had secretary mccamley on a couple weeks ago I did ask him you know if we get a second surge of corona virus and then businesses have to shut down again laid out people again are you guys prepared and he said well let's hope it doesn't happen what do we learn what is your office learned through this this first one well we learned first of all that the state has been screwed up in the state has not the legislature has not put money into your office in a long long time into the into the website into the I guess the infrastructure of the web of the of the office for a long time and so you guys were kind of playing catch up right sure sure I do have to say with the numbers that that has a number of people that had us all at once we did really quiet I mean when you look all across the United States and how different things were happening I feel like our agency really get it you know they were able to stand up and do so very much for our citizens not everybody was able to connect to the way that they wanted to nor were they ever get to the online system but you know we've been working tirelessly some around the clock just to you know help one more person so I really want to give our department at you know a round of applause for doing everything that they've done because I I you have seen it firsthand it's amazing you know not everybody feels that you know we were as efficient as as they had hoped but we really we really did try our very best to we continue to get better every day well I certainly appreciated when people send me their personal issues and I forgot I'm do you and and the second mccamly you guys handle everyone you you you responded to me you responded to the people are having issues and where you could and there's a couple that I know you're still working on that I sent you recently I sent him a recently that he's still working on that or the staff is working on also I appreciate the the attention that you paid to to the people here yeah and what's great is the individual that call in to the local workforce office you know if it's a general question there really isn't a need to stay and wait on the toll free line if it's something simple maybe we can get you over that hump and maybe get you through that web page that you're stuck on okay I would always recommend that but it's not you know ultimately it will be the call center who has the full authority over the claimant can make any changes or updates that that a claim could mean all right yeah right so the big issue is Maria that if the business is a re opening their calling up the employees they had before this whole pandemic thing head and said alright we're re opening come back to work these will be your hours to set your set your stature and yet the people who are on and on employment now are maybe making more than they did what is our responsibility well for one if they fail to respond let's just say they're not picking up their telephone or they're not calling in the way they're supposed to do or they just flat out refuse to you know it really is between the claimant and unemployment adjudication team to determine whether or not that individual will be able to continue to collect the benefits so we were told we didn't you know the next couple of weeks it is very possible that the work search you know they've they've waits the work requirement that that will then be you know done away with an individual if they're not already back at work they will have to start job searching and if they are not they're not able to go back well then that's something that that education will have to deal with but you know it's not one of those where you all know you're automatically denied for the benefit it really does depend on the circumstances surrounding that Clement so you don't automatically lose your unemployment you don't automatically lose your unemployment good enough all right yeah I'm so what what what however you could you could you could however you cut so what's the most important thing that you're the one people in in in the listing let's say that you know northern Mexico Santa Fe county this area to now well I'll tell you that even though the local workforce connection office is not open to the public we are still doing things virtually this coming week this next week excuse me we're holding a virtual events now it is a test event in that only a selected few claimants were invited and a few employers in that we're just testing the waters in the end seeing how well we can do with these events now I want to mention however the employers that are going to be joining us because they do have a real need okay now I know I know Richard that I think the last couple of times that I've spoken with you I talked about some somebody I need out of the water I they are individually are earning the employer who are looking for direct care providers I do have about fifteen positions open right now along with the need for a while licensed nurses now getting player is going to participate in our upcoming events but if anybody is interested you know and just going into the sun somebody has made other old website and applying they would surely welcome that but they are definitely one of our priorities witnessed these next couple of weeks we also have interim health care interim is looking for about five home healthy well full time and part time they are they were originally called medical personnel was anybody had ever heard of I'm but now they go by interim health care and so they have a real need again you were going to their website and apply and just be so any of the listeners and you know no if you're not you don't have a pen and if you need more information later we still free to email me or call me and I can you know send you the information that I'm giving right now are the next employer we have is tricor tricolor is looking for about fifteen laboratory assistant for full time and part time are they are looking for somebody are individuals that have come before bottoming experience but it's not required what they are looking for for surely is is for those lab assistants somebody with a high school diploma or equivalent it does in those positions start at about thirteen fifty an hour and there's like I said fifteen positions available their legacy it than if they had five positions for Charice o'shea and we also have to agree that security who have twenty plus position well that they need to fail I'm now forced equity does they are actually a good employer and that they're they give their guard security guard training in that they get their car cards help you further forward the card card okay D. O. the Detroit or the tracker positions here in town yep trackwork additions are are in town okay so for those of you they don't have my phone number I'm at five zero five eight two seven seven four three four and that's our front office number if you get voicemail just leave a voicemail for me and I can get back to you and my email address is my idea Dr and I don't ask eight dot M. dot US one of the industry is that the governor said can start re opening our our hotels up to fifty percent occupancy do you exploit I expect a heavy influx of jobs available to local hotels I'll tell you that I wish I could say yes but no we're not expecting that I know a lot of those individuals were furloughed Richard all right many of them are ready so we can go because it's hard to come back yeah okay yes what many of those individuals may be you know not called back so we are here to help them when they're ready okay and what what services are available for employers right now what can you help employers with right now employers if they connect with their local workforce connection online or by telephone would be able to assist them in posting shoplifting and recruiting we have staff on hand right now that are reaching out to claimants not only claimants but job seekers as well that are looking for work and we're finding out you know what exactly we have out there and we are referring them to the employers so but we're also doing the hiring events I think I just mentioned a little bit about an upcoming event we're we're coming through virtually where the employer is able to give a little bell on the what they're looking for in a little bit about the perks of working for their company and job seekers are zooming again and they're able to ask questions about employer and even have private discussions with the employer in that you know later that that they can set up an interview and and hopefully get a job out of it so employers are more than welcome to give us a call no they're not able to walk into the local office just yet but if they call or go online we can definitely assist them there all right Maria Maria Herrera from department work first connections is our guest hi I just received an email kind can I share with you absolutely all right this is a listener who wrote yes I was getting a certain amount after four weeks they reduce my amount and asked me to pay it back this is outrageous we all had to submit our taxes is proof now are they are giving me half the amount and not giving me the extra six hundred dollars they do not answer their phones any day your response to so I would check it for those of.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Twenty one minutes after one o'clock Monday afternoon June the very first day eighty four degrees tend to rain today Garth guys out there probably rating up in the mountains eighty four right now a good chance of rain pretty much the same tomorrow and Wednesday transferring with highs in the mid eighties clearing up on Thursday and probably pushing ninety on Thursday and Friday Friday good chance of rain as well as Saturday warm and possibility of getting a little bit on the human talk to Jamie growth Rama F. as far as advertising down in Albuquerque two o'clock they have a weapon are coming up tomorrow with some really really really smart people about re opening your business how to do it right it is free we'll talk about that if you wanna reopen your business and do it right we'll talk to Maria Herrera to thirty from department workforce connections about unemployment and jobs and three thirty today Dr Winnie Johnson medical director la familia Medical Center I we are now live streaming via video on Facebook Facebook dot com slash talk twelve sixty Katie are seeing go there and watch me do the show live a little behind the scenes two different angles a my mug in the back of my head no I am got a hair cut yet barbershop three opening today they don't have to you can if you want to but you got to prepare I want to play you some audio of the president talking to the governors but first of.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:25 min | 4 months ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Still twenty twenty when our teams like it should be twenty one twenty but it's still twenty twenty overcast rainy skies eighty four degrees a little bit of wind one about fifteen miles an hour excellent chance to rain today eighty four right now we see that the forecast high of eighty two chance of rain tomorrow pretty much the same forecast tomorrow and Wednesday clearing up possibly on Thursday rain possibly returning on Friday and Saturday rainy skies in Santa Fe today right now it's eighty four degrees we will talk to Jamie Rashad gross from as far as advertised in this part the company down in Albuquerque coming up at two o'clock or talk to Jamie about doing a weapon are tomorrow that is freed is complementary you should sign up tomorrow afternoon it's about how to re open your business and let me tell you one thing I don't own stock in as far as but these are really smart people so if you want some good sound advice they'll be a presentation slides and a Q. and a you live in a chance to ask questions about how to reopen your company how T. remark at your company in this environment there's business environment they were in we'll talk to Jamie two o'clock we'll talk to Maria Herrera from the department of workforce connections at two thirty today about jobs jobs jobs unemployment jobs three thirty today our weekly check in with Dr windy Johnson medical director la familia Medical Center about cove in nineteen that's the point this first hour is wide open four two four twelve sixty area code five oh five you want to call in and talk about anything we talk about the protest over the weekend you want to talk about the candlelight vigils here in Santa Fe you wanna talk about the protests all over television your feelings about that your thoughts about them I invite you to call in right now five oh five four two four twelve sixty you could be our first caller today with the peaceful protest here on the air your thoughts about that in call in today you can call in today if your candidate tomorrow's the election same day.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Is the cove in nineteen call center for the New Mexico office of superintendent of insurance once again his name is Russell toll very nice man very open and eager to help eight three three four one five zero five six six also the department workforce solutions eager to help has some questions I forwarded to the cabinet secretary you can imagine how busy he is along with Maria Herrera last night I said in the emails all right he responded to the person people who sent me the emails I said do not expect an immediate answer but they got immediate answers so if you need help if you are hung up somehow with your application for the pandemic cure for self employed artist gig worker all of that if you're hung up in the entire process semi specifics all for those along to the secretary Maria Herrera and they will help as quickly and as much as they can if they ask for information please provide it if they want to call you please provide it they don't want to spy on you they want to help you they want to get you your money you can email me Richard at Santa Fe dot com we will certainly get to what happened last night with the midtown campus did you watch it did you listen we'll give you the final on that date and as expected it was the development company out of Dallas no no big mystery there but some interesting details coming out of that and and very extensive email.

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04:52 min | 6 months ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Phone number here's a message from the city of Santa Fe I asked them about a phone number for people who are homeless and the the dorms being being readied for the homeless to live the midtown campus the mayor was with us a little while ago he said up to up to eventually not immediately things take time one hundred and fifty so the city got back to me just now Saintes another words Santa lives business working with their clients because they know they can support them went in hotels otherwise until we have our public facing portals in other words websites shelter regulars need to work with shelter staff on this you need to reach Kyra a trial her name is character what her name was only her phone number her name is carousel your phone number I'm sorry nine five five six six oh three also down nine five five sixty six oh three she's the director of community service for the city of Santa all right once going on it some interest interest demand slightly almost humorous for me national story occasionally I'll go on fox news when they need a liberal on a weekend show and apparently and I and I did watch a bomb shell over the weekend the story of a women aroused by Roger ailes and and bill o'reilly on fox news good movie too that fox is now looking at ways to mitigate down played their legal exposure because of their anchors who called the corona virus a flu and a hoax and even you know went on to say that it was a scam it was a Democratic Party scam like Trish Reagan foxfire Trish Reagan on Friday Laura Ingram also on the hot seat for saying things about corona virus and town team somebody who said she was a great medical doctor and that this this drugs this drug that you work for a malaria quinine offshoot had risen him from the dead or had risen patient from the dead like Lazarus according to her doctor friend of his a pristine just hospital turned out he is not a doctor at the procedures hot the bill he does have admitting rights but she wore AT overstated the case and now fox is looking at how to him in because they see some serious legal exposure essentially for a line Tucker Carlson he wants to have it both ways it's a big deal and yet it's not a big deal Hannity's just handed these just flummoxed because you know he said it was he said it was a hoax for so long and then also the president came out now Hannity's Hannity I mean there are great clips a handy thing it's a hoax and then handy saying I never said it was a hoax he is you know he's he's the doppelganger is he's he's Siamese twin of Donald Trump the fox knows they could be in serious legal liability and financial liability people decide to sit according to the daily Lobo have a side of the daily Lobo in probably twenty years daily Lobo but it you know I liked all of us so let's give some credit daily Lobo says our secretary of state made to lose all over is looking at working on ways to make New Mexico a a male a vote by mail state voted home vote by mail state that our secretary of state is looking into that and fears and she's actually good friends with a lady who founded the entire voted home movement who is from up for I think a former county commissioner up up in the Denver area all right we'll take a break we'll come back we'll talk to Rick Bailey who is president of northern New Mexico college about what's going on in Espanola and we route the county and what he has seen and what's the what's the immediate future for northern New Mexico college Maria Herrera department of workforce connections at two thirty we'll talk about jobs and unemployment insurance every Anna Manzini great actors who is Fran and better call Saul and breaking bad also a great role in hell or high water love that movie do every enemy and seen the along with their friendly Kalut Lisa Lucas are doing an on line a cooking show and of course the every an immense sini the author and actress in the one woman show called the meatball chronic she.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:01 min | 8 months ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Get your job money back guarantee because we have been to Mexico workforce connection Maria Herrera they have so many job you want to drop you want a better job you want another job you want a new collar blue collar white collar we'll get you a job Paul are higher reading in Santa Maria how are you thank you for having them got sure how are you I'm good excellent good morning you know I thought we things were going to warm up I thought spring no in the air home knows his snow like hell this week his nose day tomorrow in and then the end of the week but I thought the groundhog didn't see a shadow groundhog is high right yeah I just need to stop following that holiday yeah yeah so you got a John first what are we talking about that you write two young ladies in with the rod and Jennifer and Gabriella and there with federal agency they have federal money for we bring them in now absolutely I would love to have them pick on Jennifer first Jennifer to grab the microphone tell us about your program and welcome to the show Jennifer our work to yes thank you so we are with we owe us so we are we well yes however we are you still with the New Mexico workforce connection basically we have different programs however the program that I myself work is basically helping students with their books and tuition college students are high school students college always different yes I it's however it has to be their core classes nine they cannot be any pre rex community college yes so we work with other community college we will work with the vogue college of cosmetology Santa Fe school of massage we have different options right Saint John's I'm not too sure about that one off the top nor the medical college yes okay yeah so tuition and books yeah how to people fly so they have to attend an orientation first of all and we actually have one tomorrow good timing them yeah so we have one tomorrow and then the next one's going to be March tenth all right each time that we do have an orientation we have two per day so if anyone's interested they can go at nine AM to ten AM three oh one west of Argus street that's going to be the mayor is office yeah right the main office and then we also have a second one from four to five at the community college ninety ten tomorrow morning yes three oh one west of Argus Mike echo were first connections across the street from the from the skate park in behind cal girl right off the river okay does it cost anything no you have to sign up before hand they do not have to sign up beforehand I always make sure yes now them they have to noon fortune coffee no snacks no water no coffee urn you're welcome to take some of you can you can bring your own donuts and coffee for the all right so you have to go to the orientation and then you'll find out how to apply to get tuition and books paid for yes will give all the information that a student needs for how many for how many quarters how many units how many years I'm it just depends on the course itself if a student is going through the nursing program it's about four semesters or so however I don't believe we pay for the fourth semester it it's important to know is it's only for it and associates so we cannot pay for anything higher than an associates okay but that's good started way right yeah that's certifications to right right certifications associates just unfortunately not like a bachelor's or is this is this means tested basically you have to really really need it no no I'm in all right through a good way to be geared towards an occupation in demand right yeah there you go healthcare certainly yeah absolutely yeah or teachers there you go okay I'd I'd say health care for sure that's coal miners lumberjacks not so much now now I have seen them however pay for cosmetology yeah yeah I'm at the vocal yeah right yeah we do help pay for students at the vogue college okay mythology so you can cut you can show up tomorrow at nine AM yes Barton work first connections office three oh one west of Argus don't have to sign up didn't cost anything it ring on coffee but it's about an hour long and you'll learn how to apply to get free money for education right and then there's also the one at four at the community college all right and then get real what is your program so I help you who are sixteen to twenty four year olds who are low income with barriers to employment so they have to be sixteen to twenty four so some ask can my fifteen year old daughter go in and apply it no they have to be of age to work sixteen meet sixteen yeah exactly what appeared to employment for sixteen year old soul a very lazy no a very here is someone with maybe they're homeless or if they're dealing with you know sections issues yeah or not no not quite but maybe have recovered or someone that is referred from the juvenile probation okay yeah our someone that has a disability are there many of these people you describing in Santa Fe yes okay yeah that's too bad yeah sixteen to twenty four yes and also I mean sixteen to twenty four yeah fifteen not twenty fine yeah exactly so we and then we can also go all the way to twenty four so as you know during that everyone comes and asks can you know even though I'm twenty four and a half yes you can okay until you're twenty five you're good to go yep all right and would you give them so basically we do it's depends on whether they're in in school or out of school youth so in school get approved for two hundred hours which is around six weeks twenty hours a week at eleven eighty an hour drive and then out of school which means either they have graduated or they have going for their high school equivalency are get approved for four hundred and twenty hours which is around eleven twelve weeks the same thing alive twenty hours a week eleven eighty an hour okay and then how to people find out about this program of what I'm doing now is that reach I go around the community and try to get as many people to know about what we do and to offer our program to that isn't online anywhere it is not okay so we go based off of you know my flyer right here and I give my email yes we are and what is your email address it's G. Flores F. L. O. R. yes at fair which is S. E. R. jobs for progress which is J. F. P. dot org I was that long yeah but if you leave it with me people can email addy Richard Santa Fe dot com and I'll get get them in touch with you yes okay well Richard remember they're they're in the.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:11 min | 8 months ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Than one seven minutes after one o'clock forty two degrees outside right now overcast probably going to snow forecast shows the greatest chance of snow in town somewhere around three to four o'clock this afternoon well if I look at the web cams up on us the Santa Fe and Taos ski valley no snow is upon that about an hour ago that could be snowing up there right now forty to forty percent chance of snow today high today forty three twenty four overnight Qamar clearing up forty degrees chance of snow returning on Wednesday and Thursday right now the weekend looks pretty nice around fifty on Saturday check this out Superbowl Sunday fifty five degrees and sent his gun right now though in Santa Fe forty two degrees Hey this first hour is wide open things on your mind today political non political anything you want to comment about today five oh five four two four twelve sixty first hours wide open want to comment about Kobe Bryant want to comment about political issues the latest polling numbers your candidate local issues anything else we just want to call in give me a prediction on Sunday's Superbowl San Francisco and Kansas city to five oh five four two four twelve sixty two o'clock today we're going to DC and talk to John Lawrence John the former chief of staff for eight years for Nancy Pelosi lives in DC and lives in Santa Fe we'll talk politics national politics with John at two two thirty today Maria Herrera from New Mexico workforce connection they and then from girls Inc at three o'clock girls think is going to have a really cool congressional district number three Canada form the first today we'll have in from girls thank Madonna Hernandez who is director programs Aaron and Ashland who are teenagers will be part of this candidate form that's at three o'clock Friday will be doing the show entirely at the capitol part of the legislative session of the conference rooms in a conference room for Senate Majority Leader paean worth a whole show on Friday over this take apple five oh five four two four twelve sixty anything you would like to chat about please feel free to call all right breaking news other sports in nature today's another one of those days where I think you know we can always use just give me dropping papers always use an extra dose of some interesting good now.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:24 min | 9 months ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Again after the your holiday season here Maria Herrera will be our go to lady for every about every two weeks although in two weeks it is Martin Luther king day and were closed so we'll go three weeks and we'll bring her back he is the interim area manager including Santa Fe and Las Vegas New Mexico we also have Amy is here from dealers will get Amy in just a second we're going to see you happy new year hi how are you everything is fantastic yeah everything good at the state everything is good with the state no complaints it's a new year it is a Medicaid and a new budget came out today the the governor issued her exactly budget today and it does not include anything actually it includes a two percent increase for all stated no three percent sorry three percent increase for all state employees that's good I'm glad to hear that yeah you know it's been awhile since we had been able to consistently get an increase sol yeah well we got money we have money now all right now also hiring these days hiring and we'd just promoted the hell out of this rapid hiring event down at the county fairgrounds a few weeks ago it was a huge success lot of people showed up and I probably got hired did you did you make time to go down I did not know run I like my job yeah well it all tell you you missed a good one it was a four day event lots of state agencies out there are pretty much on hold pretty much everybody so we it was it like I said a four day event that was different entities on the different day right recruiting for all of these good positions we were able to actually offer positions right after the interview which was awesome I'm over thirty five hundred people were interviewed in not for a date time period right so we're doing good things were making great strides were working together to just make you Mexico a better place to be yeah and provide better service is because a lot of these lies department agencies are understaffed you hear it all the time you hear see why if he is in dire need a filling some some pretty important but this doesn't mean because thirty five hundred people showed up and some got hired that there are no more jobs available there are tons still turn the job racked so if you go on to state personal website the S. B. O. dot state dot in M. dot US website okay you are still going to get many positions listed on there and you know just because thirty five hundred people were interviewed like you said that not every single position was interviewed for during that four day wrap it higher good point right so so it is spoke dot state dot in M. dot U. S. yes Sir okay the overall the jobs there every all the qualifications often that's all the necessary training certifications education for everything right everything you'll need so you go in there and just like any other you note the employer you'll create a profile you create your profile once you've done that you've upload it your your resume your credentials you're able to apply for any job that you're interested in and of course qualified for summary of what if you are and what you're looking for a job and a marketing job for the state New Mexico and it says we have to have this many years this many years and a bachelor's degree and this many years very common very common but lot of times is training and experience can be substituted for degree correct that is if you have fifteen years of marketing and but never got a you know the actual educational level but you can swap out the edges the experience for the education and they love that so don't disqualify yourself absolutely please don't do that right just because it does you know first off you see that bachelor's degree don't let it scare you in another direction keep going with that yeah be persistent right if you want for a job go for it you know all right now you mentioned a resume now we are hiring part time work here and I'm broadcasting and and I think we're asking for resume so some people don't have a resume maybe their resume is old and they they've done better things or it just doesn't look as cool they doesn't look as as slick as it could because of the new resumes for free well I think it's important to remember that resumes are living documents too so we should always be you know updating getting and keeping it up to the heat right I'm if you haven't done so or if you need some assistance or an extra set of eyes always know that were available to do that I'm every Monday and Wednesday you can come into the local workforce connection center where I'm not only can you tap into the resume writing workshop but we also have an interview skills workshops so if you feel like you're a little rusty and you need some you know to touch up on your interview questions and you're not quite sure how to respond to some of those questions come by what is it with you we're clear on a mock interview where three oh one west of Argus rough of Guadalupe street downtown for downtown we're right at the skate park across in and and behind cal girl that's once I stay behind calgel everybody's like I know where you're at I know we always say that because you can smell it all day long oooh walked in a barbecue yeah for lunch time that's when it starts all right so Monday and Wednesday you can come in for resume writing workshop right and so and it's a to also note that at.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:45 min | 9 months ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"January the six seven minutes after one o'clock nice day today a little warmer yesterday was it is really nice day could be outside that a jacket forty one degrees right now little bit windy though cold wind blowing down from the pole seventeen miles an hour makes you feel like about thirty to one for the wind to be pretty nice day it's over when you write forty one degrees tonight nineteen tomorrow forty one Wednesday forty two clouding up on Thursday and thirty six and snow likely on Friday Yahoo thirty two hi on Friday overnight fifteen Friday possibly Saturday and Sunday snowstorms around Santa Fe right now forty one degrees so they windy seven minutes after one of our happy Monday want to talk about today local news national news political news on political news you want to chime in we don't have any yeah today until two thirty the wide open we now into thirty want to get in a comment a plug you want to campaign for somebody or yourself now's a good time to do it phone number five oh five four two four well sixty just like the frequency for two for twelve sixty one a jump in right now now is a good time to thirty today Maria Herrera from the New Mexico workforce connections we'll start over we'll start up again every two weeks or so we'll have the workforce connection folks and to talk about jobs training opportunities for you as the job seeker or job provider that's at two thirty today Marie is going to bring in Aimee Jansen whether Amy is the assistant store manager across the street at Dillard's if you're in a retail listen up to thirty today three thirty today brand new organization if you like theater and I love theater stage Santa Fe we'll talk about state stand for a brand new organization with the net sales Peters stills and Jeff now that's at three thirty today anything we can do for you wanna be on the show if you mean email refer to Santa Fe dot com I just looking ahead a little bit this week tomorrow we'll have one Paul get Paul Gibson from retek hurt and we have I can't talk we take our democracy Paul on tomorrow on Wednesday we'll have ANA Shelley.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Just man we're just going to get into a fist fight we could as soon as gray throwing down here because we all right eighty three degrees right now not as hot as the week and it was hot and Santa Fe this weekend I know it was blistering down in Albuquerque still we're a whole lot better off than a whole lot of the country at least we have many well you don't have humidity yeah and in New York City broiling on the on the asphalt jungle of oven you know these big cities so I almost felt a little bit guilty over the weekend because a lot of the people in the country were suffering yeah it was hot here but once again not intolerable not intolerable you can go in the shade and you have a little bit of relief and it rains in the afternoons it's been cloudy all day today so my point we have a seventy percent chance of heavy rain right now the the graph says about three o'clock to start to expect a heavy rain three o'clock tomorrow seventy seven for the high going to be cooler tomorrow with a fifty percent chance of heavy rain tomorrow will be doing the show from where tomorrow we are going to be doing the show from the opera tomorrow it is going to be very fun we're gonna have a lot of really cool gas on really cool guest will be under a canopy and we have a we have a plan B. in case it gets really really know he's will move in grab everything and run run like heck so be topper tomorrow heavy rain fifty percent chance of heavy rain tomorrow seventy seven warming back up on Wednesday to eighty three degrees with a fifty percent chance of rain and that sixty percent chance of rain on Thursday Friday Saturday and Sunday with highs in the monsoon season and now the one year anniversary of the thousand year reign storm last year is tomorrow a year ago you were in England Iran I wasn't influenced didn't rain the entire time I was there and yet you know I stood my front door looking out the screen door watching my entire me my entire street with three feet deep in water and running a thousand miles an hour it was a dangerous dangerous afternoon and evening and night in Santa Fe so folks remember that last year there was a year ago tomorrow and if we have heavy rain this week thanks wait a second let's stay home don't get out there because you're going to put the rescue workers firemen policemen other people other citizens trying to get out there and rescue your your lazy but because you had to go out for you a six pack you know put people in danger just stay home stay off the street if we get that kind of rain and we have a good chance of that this week wow really a good chance of that much rain or just it says heavy rain all right well usually heavy rain in New Mexico equals maybe as funny that's true Reuters ditches thank you do not go down in there don't go down in the river do not go to the estate because you know a mile if might be sunny over your head but Amala stream anyway you're all know the drill pay attention don't put other people at risk because of your in a tent all right here's the plan I will talk to Simon directly to clock today a two thirty today Eric Liu Cerro Maria Herrera and making McGarity we'll talk about jobs and higher education center Mexico workforce connection three o'clock there and talk to the Albuquerque journal border reporter Angelica sure got about what's going on down south and then any Graham here three thirty today we'll talk about her show at the lodge MA RK forming we went Friday night it was beautiful are you impressed I was very impressed I was just mind blowing at the stamina they have to do all that but like the heel clicking and meant it was probable that is so physical it is no physical there's not that one guy and he had this long set where he was you know the doing the best stage and every time you turn around sweat would fly off of his crack view up did not I mean I was more impressed.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"So everything you earn. If you've got perfect attendance, you can tack on a hundred and twenty five dollars, and that would be five hundred dollars a month. Well, that's for the drivers helpers. Now, the preloader are eleven forty an hour. I do want to kind of give a plug for UPS because they will be conducting interviews at twenty five forty one coming. Ortiz from ten AM to four o'clock PM tomorrow the twentieth November the twentieth, and and that's their building headquarters here on the corner right around the corner from off right around the corner from where we are for more. You guys are from where you are right behind the old, Nicole, Nicole work, the the old outback building, right? Okay. Ranch houses at. Yeah. Right behind that. I guess I just haven't. It hasn't done UPS is hiring. I'm pushing for ups also has a need for managers in training twelve to fifteen an hour really and clerks at eleven forty an hour. And there's another one for Salvation Army. They are looking for about ringers seasonal bell ringers accepting donations to help the people in our community. And of course, house of representatives. We have multiple listings for just had an election. Are we looking for replacements already for people who work at the capitol? And and Al our manager when amount with the individuals at staff chief of staff over there at the house of representatives, and they're looking to get new people in this year as well. You know, Richard L pretty much every year. You get the same old folks coming incoming incoming while we have a bunch of new people coming in. So those new people are going to want to get their own staff. And so what we hope to do is help them fill those. Vacancies what can work is that clerical work Stumm som-? I'm we're also looking for those temporary position. What did you say? Some some some I'm sorry for the upcoming session starting in January. So that's the push right now, we've got assistance legislative assistance, we have some receptionist needed financial officer windows windows begin after the first of the year. Obviously, they might even start hiring like even a month before the session, actually mid-december those positions are to begin December the sixteenth. Okay. And then probably go through because the sessional go through mid February. Maybe to the February. Brad, you get all the bills wrapped up all bundled up and all that kind of stuff and mighty. I if I'm not mistaken. Do we have any cooks or maintenance or like that service workers? Definitely see you have kitchen stuff that are needed, and there's multiple, and if you're gonna apply for that be good because that cafeteria over there in the capitalist fantastic. So well kept secret. Right. Unbelievable prices kitchen staff, they're actually there until everybody leaves. So if they wrap up at twelve o'clock midnight kitchen staff wraps up at twelve o'clock midnight. So yeah, if they're still working you're still in the kitchen. Be back with Maria Herrera, and Eric Lucero New Mexico workforce connections. It is forty five minutes after two gone on a Monday, fifty degrees. Beautiful day today here in the state capital overnight tonight about twenty seven degrees right back talked about sixty one three seven t r. When she's. Thanks. Away. On last. We'll be coming right back to the.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"Will superbikes and much more including all the latest news. So if you've been out and about and you've missed anything that's going on. We will tell you with me right up-to-date, and we will tell you exactly all the license BSP movements, including on this show. Tonight's we have two men who have been recently announced for to be SB teams, Ben Curry is going to be on the show. Tonight's, and yeah, he'll be we'll be hopefully getting him on the phone a bit later on. And also as well later in around twenty minutes time, hopefully if he answers the phone that is we will be getting Mr. Luke mossy on the phone as well. So that should be good. Johnny goes tonight's as ever it is Mr. Kiko Giles. Hello, good evening Kiko. Oh, good evening. Nice to see you all like joining us. Lots to talk about start going to review Japan. Moji pay. We're going to preview Australia. We'd be previewing dictatorial will suport we're going to be talked to look my talks about incurring ungoverned all the news room is as well. So dots to get in a couple of hours. Exactly. Yes. And I should probably just let you know that tonight show as being temporarily prerecorded. So that's, unfortunately, if you have been sending me messages, we're not going to read them out. We were a couple of hours earlier today. So yeah, hey, raised literally one that we made earlier. But anyway, shall we get on with whatever it was that we were planning on talking about thinking like. The news lots all they actually will know lots of it. But big news. I'd say motor GP headlining since Japan who missing the Australian Grand Prix to injury sustained at first of all back in Aragon compounded again with a massive crushing Thailand. He's replaced. I'm so happy to say bible belt is that has finally and he's lost merger GPC's Vanessa gonna factor. G cutting bodies been longer would you? Congratulations about that. We'll be talking about straight here this week and coming up. UK works random corners Monte ever shout. Don't put it past him. Other news his replacement, obviously talked about for both bikes. He's defense team. He's left on the team for now place by Jones, Mike Jones's, I think the point Australia before as a wildcard on very old you Kathy. So expect good things from him Maria Herrera talking to on yesterday racing team joins not team in the Mojo E-Class brand new calls coming in for two thousand and nine teen savvy. A Simione yet score point not his best finish of the year back in Japan. With a sixteenth space in two seconds off his first points and Granado the Brazilian order who was in military to start for the Ford racing team. They've gone to the sponsor Armagh mosaic eat team, which is basically the vintage UK team. But I've gone to I read so they always to the big headline in names in new cars next year and in Moto two. Brian starring as the place. Both bench NADA at tech racing. So looks of changes and signs and announcements their major one of our protests over pace in Lorenzo. He's only call three more rounds to go new GP career interesting that one because a lot of people didn't think maybe Lorenzo would actually solve sitting around out. Maybe they thought he was kind of like faking it little bit. And all I saw unle suddenly last week. Anyway, when he was warning that might not race. I thought just pull yourself together, you know, people turn up with broken necks and still go racing. But. Forearm now as well. So I think there's more than just being. I mean, suddenly still have a writer, you know, suddenly affected by an injury. Not even to say recent Jerry, bought what whatever if it's not political apologized, but anyway, she'll be interesting to see how about Teesta should go. Anyway, he's currently twelve in the standings overall being on a different machine. Would it do many good? I mean, how how will you actually go off think he's gonna get ready? Well, people will look it up towards place ship stunned. He has had a massive round of talks ended in Aragon back in place in on place and sought to you Kathy in Japan breath, taste, the has been on a brilliant form lately. He's going for ten in the championship..

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"maria herrera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"The last twenty four to forty hours so this whole issue is now swirling around maria herrera joel del bosque got him he will vote evil vote in favor of temperance flat andrew ball done deal joe byrne donedeal dan curtain were ninety to ninety five percent certain he will vote for it katherine cake no way the the chairman armando content no way the vice chair carol baker from sacramento no way maria harare that's this is just where the whole thing centers right now so now you know who they are now you know absolutely who they are and we need five of the eight gotta have five of the eight that's just the way the cookie crumbles on this deal and we will know shortly because things are moving so so fast and that's how it stands coming up we've got a couple of guests we're going to be acting with for a brief moment here up in sacramento and we will let them enter and sign in after we break for news on km jane with that news update here is list car thank you ray the california man accused of being the original night stalker is made a brief court appearance but did not enter a plea jim rupe has more seventy two year old joseph di angelo accused of a dozen murders and rapes across california in the seventies and eighties he was wheeled into the courtroom looking frail and confused but for years terrorized the entire state prompting many to feel the need to be in the courtroom happy that the boogeyman israel angelo's public defender filed a motion regarding a search warrant the prosecution filed a counter motion the judge has he'll decide on both thursday iowa lawmakers have passed what could be the most restrictive abortion legislation in the country republican state representative sandy salmon was among those supporting the law this bill we make iowa are one of the safest places for the baby in the womb in the entire nation the socalled heartbeat bill would effectively ban most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy over to wall street the dow currently up twenty eight points it's eleven thirty am j valley weather right now sunny and sixty seven at radio city today partly sunny gorgeous outside a high of seventy tonight partly cloudy low of fifty.

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"maria herrera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"maria herrera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"She's from the nrdc color her public enemy number one but let me tell you who she is she's from pasadena she served as the interim director of exposition park manager at the california science center in two thousand fourteen and the director of southern california activities in the office of the california state senate pro tem from ninety two to two thousand eleven she's also served in several positions in the california state senate from eighty one to ninety two including communications director of the stanford senate rules committee and the director of the senate democratic caucus and as the senate floor analyst this katherine katherine king closely allied with the nrdc for many many years she is just a flat no on temperance flat there's no way that she can be changed now this is the individual the could go either way her name is maria herrera she is from the vice celia era area believe she was born in orange cove she's young she's been a community community development manager at selfhelp enterprises since two thousand fourteen she was a community advocacy director at the community water center from two thousand eight to two thousand fourteen and an aide inspector at the california department of food and agriculture from ho florida oh seven she is a member of the soul america and loss sociation d genta who not a poor del agua burn my spanish now here's the thing about maria she's young she's voted both ways there have been times where she has stood up to the unions the governor and the legislature and said no i'm going to do the right thing there have been other times where she's gone green she does lead a little bit green but her work now is with impoverished people mostly latino part of the pitch that we're making today heavy duty pitch that we're making today is how temperance flat is going to be the savior of so many impoverished people farmworkers in nonfarm workers alike and that's a fact there's no bull in that at all it's it's very important and key to the existence of so many people on the poverty line and below in our beloved area in central california these are the people that she is working now with so one would think that she would be an easy vote on this it just depends upon who she's been listening to in.

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