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"mark danny" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

07:08 min | 3 weeks ago

"mark danny" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Your daughter is married to Danny's son. No, My My son is married. My son is married to Dusty's daughter Denise's Denise's death. His daughter and my son is Chase. Okay? I found a case. Please check the date here. I found an appellate court ruling from 2018 from judges McKesson Krieger and Johnson. And Let me read to you from the stipulated facts. Okay, These are things not in dispute in the Court of Appeals, Ninth District of Texas at Beaumont Case number Danny Mark Danny Burkett appellant. Appellant versus Jesse Favors and Dina Miller Appel ease. This is all public information on appeal from the 253rd District Court. Liberty County, Texas. Trial number blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. So this was Your son's father in law's appeal of the original ruling Liberty County, and this is before the Court of Appeals. But I noticed something very much. What he said, is correct on this because this is a stipulated fact. Uh, both favors and Miller, which is apparently the married couple. And I looked up Jesse favors. He's a PRC cowboy and Gina Miller. I don't know what she does. So this is what is in the record. None of this is this is all public information both favors and Miller. That's his neighbors stated on the record that number one They purchased the property subject to a 20 ft. Non exclusive ingress egress easement to Burke. It's two acre tract so he does have an easement to go. I was wondering If maybe he was trespassing. He's not. He's got. He's got an easement to go across. And they they concede that yes, there is an easement for him to get in and out. Number two. That is correct. They agreed that they would install Gates furnish Burkett with the key to the lock on the gate and will not lock the gate going into Burkett's property will come back to that in a moment. Number three. They agreed to ask the trial court to require Burkett to open and close the gates and not to destroy the gates. And number four they agreed to ask the trial court to enjoin Burkett from blocking their access to the easement. It strikes me that you don't even need a cattle guard here. All you need is a $2000 or less remote controlled gate entry. It sounds like the old man cares more about having to get in and out and open the gate. If that's his only issue if that's really the issue. Then why don't we just pitch in by the guy a gate that's got a clicker on it. The neighbors should be happy if that's what this is really about, and he doesn't have to get in and out, and it closes behind him. That gives him an extra layer of security. And we saw this damn thing and move on down the road. These little Hatfield and McCoy. Things are ridiculous. People spend so much time worrying about lawyers and all this other stuff. I'm not blaming you. People spend so much time talking about lawyers and everything else when the real solution if people want a solution. Is. Let's get electric clicker boots looking down the road. I guess I guess my question on that Michael and this is this is my my position on this, and I think this is dusty's, too. If you had cattle, he had horses and you didn't have a subsequent fence that ran down the property line. That went all the way to the road. What's the need to have the gate there? I think that's my question. Even though it has been I get it. I get what you're saying about quitting everything else. If you had livestock they were in that area. But it's not a big enough piece of property to even run livestock up to that. It's literally a little sliver corner. This wasn't about putting this is about, uh, them putting a gate up over there. If they had livestock in that area, I can I get it. But when you have a fence that runs down the whole side, why is there even a need for a gate at that section? I guess that's the biggest question. So, Steve, you're telling me that with or without this gate The property is not fenced in. The favors property since then, all the way up to the road. There's a fence that runs that way. But where Dusty comes in from the deal, there's no there's no reason there's truly really so even to have a gate there at that quarter. Because there's really truly no reason to have a gate there, so it's a gate without any attached fencing. That's correct. So the gate has two posts on both sides. And what a little dirt a little little sliver of dirt road 20 ft wide going across going. You can. You can. Yeah, I'm sure you can go right around the other side of it. I think it's just too close to the gate there. Yes. And I haven't been up to see the property. It's probably been a year or so since I've actually been up there, but My son said. You know, in talking to chase, he said, Daddy, but I just don't really know why they would even put a gate there at that point, because there's no livestock that's in that area. They have their livestock and a fenced in area into the to the left or to the right of that. Right at the gate. So, but I agree with you on the I agree with you on the clicker. I think that's a great idea if that's something that could be done. I think it's a beautiful idea that helps dusty But I think there's more to it than just the gate. Yeah. Well, it strikes me that the judge Could simply order them to put an electronic clicker on the gate. If the issue is that he's not closing the gay now I got to tell you Don't know the favors side of the story, and I don't know what the judge said. But it's chicken. To charge him with 500 counts of whatever they're charging him with one for each day over the closing of a gate when there's no harm you you don't you don't have any Day in the legal term damages. To to the other family unless you can tell me that because the gate was open, but Is his property fenced Yes, he's property. There's a fence on the back side. But to the right if you're standing dusty drive when you're looking down to the right side is a big big swamp area. Okay, but if the gate is closed Yeah, they're they're not trying to prevent their cattle. It doesn't sound like they have any cattle there anyway. They're not trying to vent their cattle from getting into his property. No, their horses are completely fenced in over on their property subject, so there's no there's no fear of livestock getting over and milling around in Dusty's place over this gate. None. None whatsoever. All right. If that was the situation, I could see the judge going. Yeah. You know you were leaving the gate. Open this guy's horses or cows. Get out road. Kill somebody. Yeah, You're You're a bad guy. You.

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"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"News. The service ofthe progressive insurance concerns today about some of the things president Trump said when he returned to the White House after a few days of treatment for covert 19 like this on the virus. Don't be afraid of it around universities. Doctor Is she shot? I think this idea that people should not be afraid of Kobe. It is a deadly disease that has killed 200,000 plus of our fellow Americans. And while we should not live in fear we should absolutely take appropriate precautions. I feel like the president is downplaying it again. And this from the president. Maybe I'm immune. I don't know Stanford's Dr Shashank Ravi evidence and the data has supported that this immunity does not last for a significant long period of time. And therefore the president's stating that maybe I'm immune is dangerous because it could send the wrong message to individuals that if they have the virus or they think they have the virus that they can then go about their daily lives. Jerry Preston ABC News Netflix is being charged with promoting lewd material involving Children. It's over the award winning French film Cuties, which debuted on the streaming service. Last month. A grand jury and Tyler County, Texas, returned the indictment, which says the film depicts the private areas of minors in a way that has no serious artistic value. Critics have said the film encourages the sexual ization of Children. The filmmakers have long said it's actually commentary on the dangers Children face and Netflix reiterated that Tuesday while saying the charges without merit and it stands by the film. Jason Nathan's and ABC News Hollywood police releasing the name of the victim after a fatal shooting earlier this week in coal rain Township, the latest from seven hundred's Matt Rees, call Rane Township Police chief Mark Danny says there's no reason for neighbors to be worried that they feel this contained and they don't feel there's any danger to the area Last night shooting on Royal Heights Drive off Galbreath Road in Gross back killed 29 year old Brandon Kelly of College Hill 30 at our office, her gunshots. He was on patrol and able to respond within about a minute of the shooting, and you found the victim waited. Street chief Danny says his officer tried to save the victim's life was CPR, but he died on the scene. Right now. We're not sure why. Matt Reese news radio 700 WLW news radio 700 WLW SPORTS The Ohio Department of Health now says that the Bengals can have up to 12,000 fans in the stands for football games at Paul Brown Stadium that is doubled. It.

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"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Raleigh News Radio 700. W well del radar is good 59 degrees. Cold rain, Township Police chief Mark Danny says there's no reason for neighbors to be worried, thinking that it's activated. They feel this is contained and they don't feel there's any danger to the area Last night shooting on Royal Heights Drive off Galbreath Road in Gross back killed 29 year old Brandon Kelly of College Hill. Our officers were gunshots, he was on patrol was able to respond within about a minute of the shooting. From the victim. Later, Street chief Danny says his officer tried to save the victim's life with CPR, but he died on the scene right now. We're not sure. Matt Reese News radio 700 WLW Netflix has been indicted over the controversial film cuties. Netflix is being charged with promoting lewd material involving Children. Thiss over the award winning French film Cuties, which debuted on the streaming service. Last month. A grand jury in Tyler County, Texas, returned the indictment, which says the film depicts the private areas of minors in a way that has no serious artistic value. Critics have said the film encourages the sexual ization of Children. The filmmakers have long said it's actually a commentary on the dangers Children face and Netflix reiterated that Tuesday while saying the charges without merit and it stands by the film Jason Nathan's and ABC News, Hollywood. I'm Rob Carpenter. You're next update at 11 o'clock breaking news any time news radio 700 wlw. Progress. Is a game of inches. And at Luray Caverns and Inch can take 120 years. Come see what for? Million. Centuries worth.

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"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"News radio 700 w ell delegate Cincinnati The president calls off talks with Nancy Pelosi This is the 5 30 report. I'm Matt Reese. Breaking now. No more stimulus checks before the end of the year. It appears talks over a new economic stimulus package are closed down tonight on the president's order. President says no more negotiations with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi until after the election, says the economy is doing very well and is suggesting that the top concern right now it's confirming Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court before The election on November 3rd Wall Street tanked and reaction more on that, In a moment, President is back on the job of the White House no longer having any symptoms of covert 19. The nation's top military leaders are isolating tonight because of the Corona virus. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Millie, and a number of the nation's most senior generals and admirals are quarantining at home after they were exposed to covert 19 by the vice commandant of the Coast Guard. Admiral Charles Ray had participated in a meeting with some members of the joint Chiefs at the Pentagon and subsequently tested positive. He had been at a White House event last Sunday. The Pentagon said the decision to quarantine was made out of an abundance of caution. BBC's Aaron Carter ski word tonight that 1/4 member of the White House press office, has tested positive. For covert 19. Now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC health traffic Center. You see, health would like to remind you of the importance of annual flu shots. Have you received yours? Working together? We build a healthier community. Still major problems on the highway with big time backups. One an injury accident involving a motorcycle westbound to 75 past Hamilton Cleaves, You're right. Two lanes are blocked and now traffic backed up beyond Blue Rock. Westbound 74 backed up there to south of the rival and Harrison exit. There's also an accident, blocking the right two lanes in Kentucky on eastbound to 74 before the double A. That's got traffic backed up almost 2 75, now an accident eastbound 74 near Cold Rain and Beekman, a vehicle struck a poll on Harrison at East Miami River Road. And police activity continues to have Westwood Avenue closed between Quebec and Grand Avenue. I'm Rob Williams news radio 700 WLW, now the latest forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. Tonight. It's clear and we'll see. Evening temps in the sixties in overnight low of 53 for Wednesday, Sunshine Mild summer like my high 78 at night fare and down to 51 from your severe Weather Station, a nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW. Radar's clear. 67 degrees are temperature in Cincinnati police and cold rain township looking for the person who shot and killed a 29 year old man last night on Royal Heights. Drive off Galbreath in gross back her gunshots. He was on patrol. I was able to respond within about a minute of the shooting and you've got the victim. Wait a street called rain. Township Police Chief Mark Danny. The victim.

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"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Wlw 50 degrees right now, right eyes Clear Well, though, says that police firing range being moved out of even. Dale has a special meeting tonight at six at City Hall to talk about the future of the facility where police officers trained for 70 years. People who live near it say the noise had become so bad. It sounds like a war zone in their neighborhood. Married John Cranley says the city's offered to sell the property of the city of even Dale but haven't been able to work out a deal. That purchase offer has been in their corner for a long time. So I wanted to be clear to everybody. That we're more than willing to sell the gun range. If even Dale is willing to move it, and frankly, we would be willing to move on price. But what we can't move on is having an alternative location that they helped pay for insecure. To protect her place for another alternative being talked about the completely enclosed the gun rage and say that could cost up to $3 million person's dead after shooting and call Rane Township Police say he was killed in a drive by on Royal Heights Drive will rain, Township police chief Mark Danny says there's no reason for neighbors to be worried that they feel contained and they don't feel there's any danger to the area Last night shooting on Royal Heights Drive off Galbreath Road in Gross back killed 29 year old Brandon Kelly of College Hill. The last letter, also her gunshots. He was on patrol and unable to respond with about a minute of the shooting, and you've got the victim waiting Street Chief Danny says his officer tried to save the victim's life with CPR, but he died on the scene. Right now. We're not sure. Matt Reese News radio 700 WLW people lined up outside the Board of Elections officers across Ohio today to take part in early voting. Early voting for the November election began eight o'clock this morning goes until five this afternoon continues every day this week from 8 to 5 Brand new poll in the race for the White House, taken right after the first presidential debate now give Joe Biden his biggest lead over President. Trump's CNN survey of 1000 likely voters shows Biden up 16 points. Delta is now a major hurricane storm threatening the Gulf coast of Louisiana. Could bring rain into the tri state by Sunday expected Delta to move into Gulf of Mexico by midweek, But first we have hurricane warnings in effect for the Yucatan peninsula and parts of Cuba. It is rapidly strengthening, though, so Delta is expected to become a major hurricane by Wednesday, even possibly Tuesday night into Wednesday, with winds up to 120 MPH as it passes in between. You can Tan Peninsula in Cuba on Tuesday night through Wednesday. That's ABC is meteorologist Melissa Griffin. Twice as many people be in the next Bangles home game of Paul Brown Stadium. The Ohio Department help now says the team can have up to 12,000 fans when they take on the Browns. October the 25th our next updates at 12 30. Brian Copes NewsRadio senator WW. This report is sponsored by indeed dot com. The next step for your business is finding.

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"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"School district website says at northwest high went into full lockdown at two fifty PM Thursday because of the gunshots fired on new market drive northwest high school is closed today all the schools activities are canceled and the school will have counselors available throughout the day for both students and parents if they are interested the cold rain police chief mark Danny says north west staff did what he calls a fantastic job safeguarding the students hi Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW at this point there appears to be no direct connection between the shooting in the school you can see the suspected gunman mugshot rate the police complaint against if you go to seven of a W. O. W. dot com search local news the latest traffic and weather together from the you see how traffic center one screening saves lives if you are fifty five or older and would like to learn more call you see health at five one three five eight four long that's five one three five eight four L. U. N. G. E. spent two seventy five brake lights between coal ring then went in with an accident near Winton on the left hand side southbound seventy five that slows from above union center right on through the Lakland split north bound seventy five brake lights out of Berlinguer into downtown with a wreck at Kyle's then on north seventy five above seventy for a broken down blocks the right million there's three involved in an accident on seven forty seven at crescent ville talking from newsradio seven hundred WLW this report is sponsored by Cincinnati VA Medical Center at our end if you served in the military and don't think you are eligible for VA health care benefits think again take fifteen minutes to call five one three four seven five six four nine nine to speak with an eligibility specialists about your VA healthcare benefits make the call that makes a difference the latest.

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"mark danny" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"mark danny" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And I just put out this tweet a moment ago with the SEC facing Michigan and the college World Series finals friendly challenge in my good friend, Jim Harbaugh, if you m wins, I'll wear a Charles Woodson, there's some significance to that. If you live. In big orange country. Jersey to one of your practices. If in win the vandy boys when you become an SEC water carrier for a day. So we just put this tweet out a minute ago, and I've been doing to beginning of the show. I have we heard from coach Harbaugh Mark, Danny anything, any news from Ann Arbor. No nothing yet nothing yet from coach. Okay. Well, I mean, you, do you know how difficult it would be for a Tennessee graduate to head to Michigan wearing a Charles Woodson jersey anyway, we've got the two water jugs, right here, by the table. In case it listen, I'm an optimist. And I think being the competitive person that Jim Harbaugh is he will respond. I mean, this is not stupid. We're not bidding helmets or hats or. You know, a product of Nashville country music album versus some export of Michigan. By the way, does Michigan have an export? Danny your smart guy. Marcus smart guy, do they have anything in, in Ann Arbor, to that's, that's a suburb of Detroit is dead. Have anything up there that I would want or you would want. I'll just going to say eighty fourth round draft picks, but kid rock album kid rock albums. But I found out actually Harbaugh's actually trying to respond. He's on Twitter. Desperate searching for Pete finebaum right now. Right. Well, listen. I I don't really first of all, I don't have to worry about going up there. Vanderbilt going to win probably wrap this thing up in two games or the best team in in baseball Michigan's good. I'm I've been a fan and the, the Vanderbilt Michigan. Access is pretty pretty pretty strong. But I hope he responds. I think it'd be great for, for sports to have Jim Harbaugh have some fun for once in his life anyway. Let's get to the calls at eight five five.

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"mark danny" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"mark danny" Discussed on KTRH

"Pressure systems. Keeping the weather patterns. Pretty quiet here across southeast Texas down into the upper thirties overnight tonight, clouds after sunshine Friday, high of sixty weekend looks good with sunshine, mid and upper sixty s seventy degrees. Monday early next week than another blast a cold come in for Tuesday. Highs in the forties. Lows in the mid thirties. I'm Scott Lawrimore at the Weather Channel, clear skies and forty of the KTAR h top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center. KTAR rates news time is to what our top story. President Trump keeping his options open as the Senate negotiates plans to end the partial government shutdown fund a border wall. Democrats continue to finger point amid the longest partial government shutdown in US history is a crisis that the president alone created and at the president alone can end house speaker Nancy Pelosi, the White House has called for five point seven billion dollars as part of any deal to fully fund Washington. That's been a non starter for Democrats. Now, the president is Cigna. Delaney be open to compromise in exchange for a Bill that temporarily ends the partial shutdown one of the ideas suggested as they open it. They pay sort of a pro rated down payment this after a pair of Senate bills failed to move forward. One back by Democrats, the other by Republicans, Tom Graham, Fox News at least two people injured with burns yesterday when an industrial plant caught fire in Conroe it happened on Jefferson chemical road near FM thirty eight thirty crews say the blaze was caused by an electrical panel exploding. The plant was evacuated as a precaution has met crews were called in the Harris County Democratic Party is supporting Sheila jackson-lee decision to resign as chair of the Congressional Black caucus foundation jackson-lee represents Texas's eighteenth district here in the Houston area. She stepped down from her position with the caucus on Wednesday. The congresswoman has come under scrutiny because a former staffer claims that Jackson Lee fired her for reporting a caucus supervisor had sexually assaulted her in two thousand fifteen. Gas prices starting to creep up last week and gas is costing you even more this week prices are up pretty much across the state this week. Houston is up by four cents on the weak dollar ninety six for a gallon of regular unleaded the statewide average reaching a dollar ninety nine so almost to that two dollar. Mark Danny Armbruster with AAA Texas tells KTAR h it's because of rising oil prices, and as it whatever happens over the next few days will determine what you'll pay to fill up in the coming weeks. KTAR h news time is down to old St. fake beta work account, getting some attention Twitter temporarily pulls the plug on a phony account posing as former Texas Senate candidate Beto, aerobic fans. Quickly noticed at Beddoes blog sharing posts in the style of the Democrats actual online journal the handle at comfortably smug claim to be in contact with the person running the spoof account and Sheridan emails, supposedly from Twitter, stating it pulled for violating rules on impersonation. And would not be. Restored, not long after the account reappeared under the name at Beto fake blog named not does journal clearly identifying itself as a parody page Twitter and reps for a rock have yet to respond Christine Goodwin. Fox News and sports James harden is a starter in the NBA all star game for the third straight season. And of course, for good reason. The beard leads the league in scoring it over thirty six points per game, including Twenty-one straight games with at least thirty points. Hard knows. He's now approaching records held by legends like Wilt Chamberlain every day..

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"mark danny" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"mark danny" Discussed on KTRH

"KTAR rates news time is to what our top story. President Trump keeping his options open as the Senate negotiates plans to end the partial government shutdown fund a border wall. Democrats continue to finger point amid the longest partial government shutdown in US history is a crisis that the president alone created and at the president alone can end house speaker Nancy Pelosi, the White House has called for five point seven billion dollars as part of any deal to fully fund Washington. That's been a non starter for Democrats. Now, the president is Cigna. Malini be open to compromise in exchange for a Bill that temporarily ends the partial shutdown one of the ideas suggested as they open it. They pay a pro rated downpayment this after a pair of Senate bills failed to move forward. One back by Democrats, the other by Republicans, Tom Graham, Fox News at least two people injured with burns yesterday when an industrial plant caught fire and Kadro it happened on Jefferson chemical road near FM thirty eight thirty crusade the blaze was caused by an electrical panel exploding. The plant was evacuated as a precaution has met crews were called in the Harris County Democratic Party is supporting Sheila Jackson Lee's decision to resign as chair of the Congressional Black caucus foundation jackson-lee represents Texas's eighteenth district here in the Houston area. She stepped down from her position with the caucus on Wednesday. The congresswoman has come under scrutiny because a former staffer claims that Jackson Lee fired her for reporting a caucus supervisor had sexually assaulted her in two thousand fifteen. Gas prices starting to creep up last week and gas is costing you even more this week prices are up pretty much across the state this week. Houston is up by four cents on the weak dollar ninety six for a gallon of regular unleaded the statewide average reaching a dollar ninety nine almost to that two dollar. Mark Danny Armbruster with AAA Texas tells KTAR h it's because of rising oil prices, and as it whatever happens over the next few days will determine what you'll pay to fill up in the coming weeks. KTAR news time is down to os three fake Baidoa Rourke account getting some attention Twitter temporarily pulls the plug on a phony account posing as former Texas Senate candidate Beto Aurora fans quickly noticed at Beddoes blog sharing posts in the style of the Democrats actual online journal a handle at comfortably smog. Claim to be in contact with the person running the spoof account and Sheridan emails supposedly from Twitter, stating it was pulled for violating rules on impersonation. And would not be. Restored, not long after the account reappeared under the name at bettas fake blog named not does journal clearly identifying itself as a parent page Twitter and reps for a rock have yet to respond Christian Goodwin. Fox News and sports James harden is a starter in the NBA all star game for the third straight season. Of course for good reason. The beard leads the league in scoring it over thirty six points per game, including twenty one straight games with at least thirty points. Hard knows. He's now approaching records held by legends like Wilt Chamberlain everyday. When I'm in gem.

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"mark danny" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"mark danny" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Back at it this morning. Seven hundred wwl wwl tired after watching the national championship beat down last night. We'll be talking about that later on in the morning, and we begin with a much much more serious news than college football. Of course. And it has to do with the safety of all of us as pedestrians and motorists in the city Cincinnati at times, we're one or the other right, as you know, on Friday, a cool rain police officer was struck and it turns out that that was a fatal accident. He's out investigating rain-soaked road and call rain. There was an accident there as often happens when whether gets implement and Dale woods gets out of his patrol car. He's a fifteen year veteran and Adele woods is then as he's investigating the crash struck himself and he succumbed to his injuries overnight. It just a heartbreaking story for those who've been following this and in the community to when you lose a police officer in a fashion of being on the job like this, it affects all of us and something is as tragic as this. Of course. Why did you bring you together? I know the the calling police department has received under Mark Danny a lot of encouragement. And of course, kind words, and I'll add mind to that mix in whatever slight way, they may be with the loss of officer del would passing away last night with his family by his side. And you know, it kind of fits into what we're talking about this morning with lawn public safety co-chair Amy Murray, and that is Cincinnati streets, and this is call rain, but I conclude call rain as much as Cincinnati's anything. Of course. And we've learned over the past couple of years at streets of Cincinnati are very very dangerous out of the big three cities in the state coordinated data from twenty seventeen Cincinnati's the most dangerous. We had a case of a young girl getting struck and killed in a crosswalk walking to school near western hills university high school, and we've had several accidents like this involving Carson passages the point where law and public safety has decided to take up the issue Amy Murray. Good morning. Good morning, and I want to also extend my condolences in Coleraine. I'm so fat, and I know the whole communities just devastated with the loss of officer details, and you know, we're talking about pedestrian safety is a police officer. You never know what you're going to have to deal with on a day to day basis. And it's just devastating for our community. All the, you know, public safety officers in the region when you lose someone I am just it's just devastating to watch for Dale and any past I guess quietly last night too. And and fought like a like the where he is for the last few days hanging onto life. But did that make it, but you know, there's a bigger takeaway here too. And here's an officer Amy Marie investigating a crash scene, which means that you have lights on you have a well an area, you have patrol cars, of course, with their lights activated warning other motorists to slow down and be careful and yet he becomes another statistic. Unfortunately, when we're crossing the street down. Town Cincinnati or anywhere. We don't have the same lights near us in the same protections in the alert to other people out there. And we have a lot of tragedies. What makes Cincinnati so uniquely different Amy Murray, in your opinion that we are the most dangerous of Ohio's three biggest cities when it comes to pedestrians and cars why? Well, you know, it's we're looking at it, and we had this. Let me go back. We had a meeting on public safety yesterday and Gaby Rodriguez parents were there, and she was the girl that was struck and killed by watching highschool, and we're trying to deal with city council of how can we prevent any of this from happening? And especially we're looking right now at schools because we have a lot of kids that are getting on metro buses while it dark in the morning crossing streets, where maybe Dr Crosswalks, and you know, part of what we're doing is we're putting flashing lights in the Crosswalks in the school area. But people know, but what's interesting Sloan is as you may recall a few weeks ago. There was another person that was struck. A date or high school, and there was a police officer with their lights on at that. Same intersection. So people knew that there was a crosswalk coming up. There's a police car there were lights and someone was still struck. So what we really really have to focus on is driver, safety and pedestrian safety. And we're going to do everything we can is a city to get lights and flashing things and signed let people know, but I just ask everyone out there. That's driving. We just have to be more vigilant. We absolutely must and out there the Rodriguez family. Mr. MRs Rodriguez came in yesterday Dhillon public safety and talked about the death of their daughter. Their loss, and it just really strike home. That is a driver you're driving. You might not notice if someone comes out, you know, we always. Doc between parked cars. So I just encourage everyone that's driving just be extra vigilant. I even noticed myself after this meeting yesterday because it was just so devastating. There were probably three times that I had a cracked my cellphone. I'm driving either changing the radio station or someone call him. I know I'm just focusing on the road. And I'd agree. I found I've been driving behind you. You're a terrible writer, but I'm just encouraging people that you really have to just stay focused and just say whatever else is going on in the car, you have ignore it. You should not be taxing on the phone or anything like that. I mean because when you just hear the loss of a family to their daughter that was killed by a car. And now officer would then you know, it happened. I think more than four hundred times in the greater Cincinnati area that Tony was hit by a car. And so and I would encourage pedestrians. Also when you are crossing a street, you know, whether it's at a crosswalk, which is ideally where it should be. But if it's not you got to really look because you can't assume the cars are going to see you. And you know, we really need to get that message out that every needs. We're gonna do everything we can to make Crosswalks areas safer and superintendent Mitchell was at our meeting yesterday because of the CPS superintendent because she's so concerned about this. And you know, part of it is if you have a metro buses picking students up if it's not near crosswalk. Walk then you are going to have people and other side of the road crossings, and some of these roads are very busy in the morning and all day long. So we're really looking at those. So that were not foreseen are high school students or junior high students to have to cross it in a dangerous area council person. Amy, Mary, she's co-chair law and public safety talking about Cincinnati streets is the most dangerous in Ohio when it comes to pedestrian and car accidents, four hundred accidents in there was something like nine or ten Fatos. I believe in Hamlin county alone last year, which is a high watermark over the last two decades and this fits in, of course, with the profound tragedy of the death of officer. Dell wasn't rain struck by a car while investigating a crash scene. And I look at this Amy Murray in as you dig down into the details of these accidents now, those fatal accidents, and you were saying, you know, be careful behind the wheel of a car don't text and drive pay attention, but in almost all except for the Gabrielle Rodriguez tragedy. She was crossing crosswalk out of the ten nine of them. The pedestrian was at fault. So I look at that and go can we do better with Crosswalks, but do people just not care or pay attention when they're walking I understand the driving element. And it's easy to let lay the blame. It it distractions and devices, but what responsibility in burden does the pedestrian have. Well, they absolutely do. And part of our tramp part of what our transportation department said yesterday. Excuse me, is that we need more. I guess three in education, and that's not going to solve the problem by especially for school students. Excuse me, we need to let them know that they need to be careful when they get into cross even if you're in a crosswalk. You're not invincible cars are still coming. They might not see you. And so we're looking right now at least at the school Crosswalks of putting fines up just reminding people some of the new systems that we're going to have slow any persons in the crosswalk would hit a light. And then it will start flashing so that motorists know that they're coming. So hopefully by pedestrian doing that dealt think about it, and we need to make sure that they do press a button for the light goes off. So that motorists notice in that crosswalk, but you know, someone's driving along and if they're distracted for a minute and booking down and you get in a crosswalk. They might not see you. And even though you have the right away. It's a bigger vehicle. You know, you're the one that's going to be injured. So we're really trying to work with people that when you're in a crosswalk you've got to proceed with. Caution. And I can't tell you how many times, you know. I see people that go and Crosswalks than assume I'm in a crosswalk. But you absolutely cannot assume that you need to look every direction, and if a car is coming you'd have that contact with the driver to make sure that they see your eyes. And you know, that they see you. Yeah. No question about that. And and that is the thing even in a car, I look left. I look, right. I look left again before I drive through an intersection this morning. I'm driving and getting off the ramp to to Montgomery road here at the station off seventy one. And my light turns green look laughed. I look, right. I look left again about the hit the gas in this dude blows through the late late red light had I just gone as soon as the light turned green like a race car. I I, you know, he's pretty far away. I don't think I would have been struck. I probably would have reacted. But that's why you gotta do that. Because people aren't paying attention and clearly blowing through a red light. So he can get the McDonald's I love to go and slap that guy around, but I had to get to work to come talk to you. So. We we have these tragedies across all the time because people are in a hurry. Is it really that important to get that Cup of coffee is it worth deliberately going through a red light or not paying attention. Because you gotta get that text message that someone just sent you. All it takes us a simple distraction. I'm guilty of it as anyone else looking at my phone driving fast. I I get it. Here's me preaching. And I need to take better care. How I handle my business behind the wheel. Because in the blink of an eye. It could be over for you or a complete stranger whose life could end tragically like like this officer del woods in Coleraine township. And that's what the you know, again, that's an inactive crashing where you have lights activated. That's the one. I don't understand is this happens all the time you see videos like the state highway patrol where they've got a vehicle pulled over the lights are activated. The troopers on the side of the road, and bam somebody hits the car. I don't understand how you don't get over or how you wind up striking a vehicle that has its lights activated. That makes no sense to me. It makes absolutely no sense. And we've had two accidents like that with officer woods, and then the young girl at my high school where priests lights were flashing. We were sitting there we as a city. We're trying to do everything we could to let people know here's a crosswalk, and so it's really both on the driver and honestly destory on. But you know, I think of myself as a conscientious driver but yesterday after the Rodriguez family where they are. And it just touched me so much because having lost a daughter and people can look down and be distracted in a minute. And not only could you hit song. But your life changes. Also, you know, no one wakes up in the morning, and it gets behind the wheel of their car and thinks that this is going to happen. And when it happens, you hear people say, I just looked down for a minute or I did that. So you know, I would just encourage everyone. We've really got a relook at it. Because when you and I learned to drive he didn't have all those distractions. You might have a cassette tape in your car. But you know, you didn't have a lot of distractions of other things that are going to buzz and beep in your car, so I just encourage everyone driving right now. Just be extra cautious. And, you know, the Rodriguez family made a common and said, you know, we had never walked with our daughter the route she went to school to realize how dangerous it was or as far as where she had to cross some of the streets..

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"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Back at at this morning. Seven hundred wwl wwl's tired after watching the national championship beat down last night. We'll be talking about that later on in the morning, and we begin with much much more serious news than college football. Of course. And it has to do with the safety of all of us as pedestrians and motorists than city Cincinnati at times, we're one or the other right, as you know, on Friday Coleraine police officer was struck and it turns out that that was a fatal accident. He's out investigating rain-soaked road and call rain. There was an accident there as often happens when whether gets implement and Dale woods gets out of his patrol car. He's a fifteen year veteran and Adele woods is then as he's investigating the crash struck himself and he succumbed to his injuries overnight. It just a heartbreaking story for those in this and in the community to when you lose a police officer in a fashion of being on the job like this, it affects all of us and something is as tragic as this. Of course. Wines. You bring you together. I know the the chlorine. Police department has received under Mark Danny a lot of encouragement. And of course, kind words I'll add to that mix in whatever slight way, they may be with the loss of officer. Del would passing away last night with his family by his side, and it kind of fits into what we're talking about this morning with law and public safety co-chair Amy Murray, and that is Cincinnati streets, and this is call rain, but I conclude call rain as much as Cincinnati's anything. Of course. And we've learned over the past couple of years at streets or Cincinnati are very very dangerous out of the big three cities in in the state, according to data from two thousand seventeen Cincinnati is the most dangerous we had a case of a young girl getting struck and killed in a crosswalk walking to school near western hills university high school, and we've had several accidents like this involving Carson passages the point where law and public safety has decided to take up the issue Amy Murray. Good morning, good morning. And I want to also extend my condolences in court. I'm so fat. And I noticed the whole communities just devastated with the loss of officer DALE'S. And you know, we're talking about pedestrian safety is a police officer. You never know what you're going to have to deal with on a day to day basis. And it's just waiting for our community all the public safety officers in the region when you lose someone I am just it's just devastating to watch for Dale any past I guess quietly last night too and fought like a like the where he is for the last few days hanging onto life. But did that make it, but you know, there's a bigger takeaway here too. And here's an officer Amy Marie investigating a crash scene, which means that you have lights on you have a well at area, you have patrol cars, of course, with their lights activated warning other motorists to slow down and be careful and yet he becomes another statistic. Unfortunately, when we're crossing the street downtown Cincinnati or anywhere. We don't have the same lights near us in the same protections in the alert. Two other people out there. And we have a lot of tragedies. What makes Cincinnati so uniquely different Amy Murray, in your opinion that we are the most dangerous of Ohio's three biggest cities when it comes to pedestrians and cars why? Well, you know, I it's we're looking at it, and we had this. Let me go back. We we had a medium on public safety yesterday and Gaby Rodriguez parents were there, and she was a girl that was struck and killed by, you know, high school, and we're trying to deal with city council of how can we prevent any of this from happening, and especially right now schools because we have a lot of kids that are getting on metro buses while it dark in the morning crossing streets, where maybe Dr Crosswalks, and you know, part of what we're doing is we're putting flashing lights in the Crosswalks in the school area. But people know, but what's interesting Sloan is as you may recall a few weeks ago. There was another person that was struck a date or high school. And there was a police officer with their lights on at that. Same intersection. So people knew that there was a crosswalk coming up. There's a police car there were lights and someone was still struck. So what we really really have to focus on is driver, safety and pedestrian safety. And we're going to do everything we can to get lights and flashing things and signed twit people know, but I just ask everyone out there. That's driving. We just have to be more vigilant. We absolutely must and out there. The Rodriguez family. Mr. MRs Rodriguez came in yesterday too public safety and talked about the death of their daughter. Their lost. And it just really strike home. That is a driver you're driving. You might not notice if someone comes out, you know, we always childhood between parked cars. So I just encourage everyone that's driving just be extra vigilant. I even noticed myself after this meeting yesterday because it was just so devastating. There were probably three times that I had cracked my cellphone. I'm driving either changing the radio station or someone call them. I know I'm just focusing on the road. And I'd agree. I found I've been driving behind you. You're a terrible driver. But I'm just encouraging people that you really have to just stay focused and just say whatever else is going on in the car you have to ignore it. You should not be texting on the phone or anything like that. I mean because when you just hear the loss of a family to their daughter that was killed by a car. And now officer would then you know, it happened. I think more than four hundred times in the greater Cincinnati area that was hit by a car. And so and I would encourage pedestrians. Also when you are crossing a street, you know, whether it's at a crosswalk, which ideally where it should be. But if it's not you got to really look because you can't assume the cars are going to see you. And you know, we really need to get that message out that every needs. We're gonna do everything we can to make Crosswalks in areas safer and superintendent Mitchell was at our meeting yesterday because the CPS superintendent because she's so concerned about this. And you know, part of it is if you have a metro buses picking students up if it's not near crosswalk. Walk then you are going to have people on the other side of the road crossings, and some of these roads are very busy in the morning and all day long. So we're really looking at those. So that we're not forcing our high school students are junior high students to have to cross it in a dangerous area council person, Amy she's co-chair law and public safety talking about Cincinnati streets is the most dangerous in Ohio when it comes to pedestrian and car accidents, four hundred accidents in there was something like nine or ten fails. I believe in Hamlin county alone last year, which is a high watermark over the last two decades and this fits in, of course, with the profound tragedy of the death of officer. Dell wasn't cool rain struck by a car while investigating a crash scene. And I look at this Amy Murray in as you dig down to the details of these accidents now, those fatal accidents, and you were saying, you know, be careful behind the wheel of a car don't text and drive pay attention, but in almost all except for the Gabrielle Rodriguez tragedy. She was crossing crosswalk and out of the ten nine of them. The pedestrian was at fault. So I look at that and go can we do better with Crosswalks, but do people just not care or pay attention when they're walking I understand the driving element. And it's easy to let lay the blame. It it distractions and devices, but what responsibility in burden does the pedestrian have. Well, they absolutely do. And part of our transplant part of what our transportation department said yesterday. Excuse me, is that we need more. I guess three in education, and that's not going to solve the problem. But especially for school students, excuse me, we need to let them know that they need to be careful when they get in cross even if you're in a crosswalk, you're not invincible cars are still coming. They might not see you. And so we're looking right now at least at the school Crosswalks of quitting fines up, you know. Just reminding people some of the new systems that we're going to have slow any persons in the crosswalk would hit a light. And then it will start flashing so that motorists know that they're coming. So hopefully by three and doing that don't think about it. And we need to make sure that they do press the button for the light goes off. So that motorists notice are in that crosswalk, but you know, someone's driving along and if they're distracted for a minute and looking down and you get in the crosswalk. They might not see you. And even though you have the right away. It's a bigger vehicle. You know, you're the one that's going to be injured. So we're really trying to work with people that when you're in a crosswalk you've got to proceed with. Caution. And I can't tell you how many times, you know. I see people that go and Crosswalks and assume I'm in a crosswalk. Safe. But you absolutely cannot assume that you need to look every direction, and if a car is coming you'd have that I contact with the driver to make sure that they see your eyes. And you know, that they see you. Yeah. No question about that. And and that is the thing even in a car, I look left. I look, right. I look left again before I drive through an intersection this morning. I'm driving and getting off the ramp to to Montgomery road here at the station off seventy one and my light turns green, I look left. Look, right. I look left again about to hit the gas in this dude blows through the late late red light had I just gone as soon as the light turned green like a race car. I. You know, he's pretty far away. I don't think I would have been struck. I probably would have reacted. But that's why you gotta do that. Because people aren't paying attention and clearly blowing through a red light. So he can get the McDonald's I love to go and slap that guy around, but I had to get to work to come talk to you. So. We we have these tragedies across all the time because people are in a hurry. Is it really that important to get that Cup of coffee is worth deliberately going through a red light or not paying attention. Because you gotta get that text message that someone just sent you. All it takes us a simple distraction. I'm guilty of it as anyone else looking at my phone driving fast. I I get it. Here's me preaching. And I need to take better care. How I handle my business behind the wheel. Because in the blink of an eye. It could be over for you or a complete stranger whose life could end tragically like like this, officer woods and Coleraine township. And that's again, that's an active crashing where you have lights activated. That's the one. I don't understand is is this happens. All the time you see videos like the state highway patrol where they've got a vehicle pulled over the lights are activated. The troopers on the side of the road, and bam somebody hits the car. I don't understand how you don't get over or how you wind up striking a vehicle that has its lights activated. That makes no sense to me. It makes absolutely no sense. And we've had two accidents like that with officer woods, and then the young girl at high school where priests lights were flashing. We were sitting there we as a city. We're trying to do everything we could to what people know here's a crosswalk, and so it's really both on the driver. And honestly, Australian, but you know, I think of myself as a conscientious driver but yesterday after the Rodriguez family where they are. And it just touched me so much because having you know, they lost a daughter and people can look down and be distracted in a minute. And not only could you hit song. But your life changes. Also, you know, no one wakes up in the morning and gets behind the wheel of their car and thinks that this is going to happen. And when it happens, you hear people say, I just looked down for a minute or I get that. So you know, I would just encourage everyone. We've really got a relook at it. Because when you and I learned to drive you didn't have all those distractions. You might have a cassette tape in your car. But you know, you didn't have a lot of distractions of other things that are going to buzz and beef in your car. So I think urge everyone driving right now. Just be extra cautious. And, you know, the Rodriguez family made a comment and said, you know, we had never walked with our daughter the route she went to school to realize how dangerous it was or as far as where she had across some of the streets..

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"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"mark danny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of police chief Mark Danny says, he expects there to be a service tonight at the administration building on Springdale road. It's been a painful weekend for everyone who knows officer Deo woods, he suffered broken bones and head trauma when he was struck by a pickup truck while on duty Friday night on Coleraine avenue near banning. We we've put a lot of faith in the doctors, nurses, and in God, we believe that he's going to recover the way he's supposed to. I'd rather not comment. Too much more on on his condition. Matt Reese, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w while these suspected gunman in a recent northern Kentucky shooting surrenders over the weekend. Thirty-three-year-old Patrick Blanchard is the second person to be arrested in connection to the death of Natasha Henderson back on December thirtieth around two thirty A. M Henderson was shot and killed at the corner of west pike in main street and Covington a twenty four year old man was arrested on New Year's Eve. It was said to be complicit in the shooting. He has been charged with murder. Sean gallagher. Newsradio seven hundred w l w ready to head to Wall Street as investors. Get ready for another busy week a lot on tap this coming week. For Wall Street is markets will try to continue Friday's rally. No doubt set to dominate the focus will be fresh trade talks starting Monday between the US and China delegation of US representatives will be in China for high-level negotiations as the trade war continues. President Trump has continued to express optimism that it d. Oh can be reached the talks come following. Apple's announcement last week that had seen lagging sales in China and blaming that in part on the trade war that helped sink markets on Thursday over broader worries about global economic slowdowns by Friday. However, a positive jobs report helped turn things around also ahead for investors. This coming week on Wednesday. The Federal Open Market committee releases its minutes. We'll hear again from fed chair Jerome Powell on Thursday and then on Friday, the bureau of labor and statistics releases its consumer price index. Mark Remillard, ABC news..

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"mark danny" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"mark danny" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Tell me keep my mouth and i don't care who knows say no man in this world they can tell me to keep my mouth shut laying tammy i'm assuming some men have tried to tell you that yeah he tried to tell me i'll keep my mouth shut and i ain't gonna do it hold on why did tammy why tammy why did your husband ask you to keep your mouth shut i don't know barnaby may and tell me keep my mouth shut and i don't know got to say about sadri yet i'm not showing up but i you have a secret admirer here danny brands you know danny danny he's in there with mark danny are you you have anything to say tammy tammy keep your mouth shut how gets my foot that's what i think about eating man tries to tell me keep my mouth shut your dreams jamie and maybe i don't think man should ever tell a woman that well they know they'll maybe in your case keiser they could tell you to hush but i wouldn't tell you keep your mouth shut kills me all the time i left getting million always time all the time and you've been married for how long jammie wait they go going on five years and i bet you get three or four times a day i need to keep my mouth should remember mitchell rosen industrialism i met your husband and tuscaloosa that day back in time once i never heard he never said a word around you was scared to death of you yeah what scare one asian is because he is scared and nothing state tells me like it is like he's supposed to and i tell him like it is like it's supposed to fill out the play jamie being the way i am pushing him yeah it sounds like you guys are done okay i mean he is an alabama fan he can't be all bad alabama fame heater stinking alabama fan he way they stinking down the hat all the time i don't try to get rid i don't try to hide it trying to keep it dirty won't even wash it anything away them things thing i can't get rid of might make pay might make like leg me seek but i felt right i saw that i feel no matter what i feel love him here we're we're i want to say about me and how i'm not better off and one guy tammy tammy tammy i think grams wants to say something to you why they won't kick my because that's you can't point if you weren't you wanna kiss it you can say okay came out that's all you need night tammy tammy hush thank you for listening to the paul finebaum show podcast the paul finebaum show airs weekdays on the sec network beginning at three eastern.

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"mark danny" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"mark danny" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"So what is the incentive for me to go to you i don't complain when i go i go over the last year when i made when i call on your show i might complain about darryl when is ham rain calls and he makes which was annot call i listened to he's delusional stale okay our period i said again nick you're being you've been on the air for two minutes what have you said that would call i ask you all the second i wanted to go to the booth for a second rainy doesn't want to chime in here because he's too much of a gentleman danny hold on a second you've had your ten minutes dan brad brad i want i want to congratulate mark danny hurrians nick slowdown a second sport we got we got danny and john john yeah evaluate this call for it's somewhat to dominate done saying that you don't call the complain after you complain for two straight ment calling it like i see it you can recover here you're still on the air i want to bring it just a drop a quick nugget of wisdom on you be the change you want to see in the world if you want to have a great call come on you know don't don't complain about how you're not getting this is it nick the floor is yours get after it have a great call john mccain john there you got thirty seconds thirty seconds to make and.

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"mark danny" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"mark danny" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"In this episode of boss violence we are the a precipice right now we are at a point where we need to make these decisions who need to decide what kind of a society that we're going to have delhi ford salesforce founder and ceo mark danny on his fight for gender equality inside his own company tended across filling in valley why he's put six million dollars into the effort so far but says they're not done pay gap had salesforce he says he is deeply concerned technological advancement may lead to more any oualadi also why he says some of his fellow tech giants like facebook and twitter may need more regulation in the wake of russia's election meddling and his sobering take on the state of politics today with delegate these things with political figures do not going to get done also what he pushed president trump when they were one on one at the white house and house indeed jobs changed his life here's my interview with salesforce ceo mark venue on park any off nice to have you thanks for being with us but it's great to be here thanks should welcome by the way to reinforce word san francisco i would be there were not allowed to have a baby boy so congratulations thank you next year next year so let's talk about fifteenth annual dream force and you had the former first lady michelle obama on stage with you this morning you interviewed her pretty unfiltered for an hour boy it was great actually what stood out.

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"mark danny" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

03:00 min | 4 years ago

"mark danny" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

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"mark danny" Discussed on Sword and Scale

Sword and Scale

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"mark danny" Discussed on Sword and Scale

"The sound the all clear in nf somebody which indicates again back to the motive you have no idea at this point by the sounds of it what motivated to people to shoot nine i can't imagine what the motive would be uh i mean we all have in our mind whipping may have happened but when you start including children into this kind of everything out of out of the norm in you you can't come up with a reason for what would be attack what reasons shoot a two year old child idle now idol that this was a myriad of circumstances that could show what happened there were we'd all doubt they were target or if this was intended for someone else or they just happened to be there we deliver because the perpetrators escaped on foot and left little physical evidence behind witness cooperation would be incredibly important to this investigation according to police chief mark danny witnesses were helping law enforcement to the best of their ability chief mark danny coleraine rain police talking about the shooting saturday night early sunday morning in occurring township on the scotsman showed newsradio 700 wlw are you guinea cooperation from the from the victim's uh iinner you able to get a good description of the shooter's we we are getting cooperation in the victim um we have limited information about a grocer unfortunately what we're starting to see again we kinda thought this might happen when you again when you start including schoolchildren in your drift mko people who normally doc washburn the police began cooperating you you cross the line the for people that maybe wouldn't cooperate niigata's information we are starting to get some information people now that it was given a from a good lead the individuals it to speak out are they outside of that house outside of that room on saturday night or does that include the people inside.

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