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"mark gordon" Discussed on WTOP
"In in Virginia's U.S. House races these came in just a few seconds ago, projected winners they are incumbents in Virginia's congressional races. They include Democrat Donald McKeon winning reelection in Virginia's fourth congressional district, Republican rob Whitman winning reelection in Virginia's first congressional district and Republican bob good winning reelection in Virginia's 5th congressional district all incumbents in U.S. House races in Virginia, live at the election desk, nikkei and Elliot news. Just want to check out a few out of the area results of interest, though, this is Washington D.C. after all Democrat Chuck Schumer, winning reelection for U.S. Senate from New York, Republican John thune, winning reelection to the U.S. Senate from South Dakota, Republican Mark Gordon, winning reelection for governor in Wyoming, and I believe I saw something here Michelle from CBS News about a projection. It's K ivy Republican governor in Alabama defeating democratic challenger Yolanda flowers tonight. 9 O 7 and to Fredericksburg, Virginia now where WTO peace Kyle Cooper is watching that type race in the 7th congressional district, Virginia democratic incumbent Abigail spanberger was challenged by Republican yes le Vega, Kyle joins us now from spanberger headquarters. Michelle, they just played the song waiting is the hardest part down here by Tom Petty. And that certainly is the case because all evening as the results have been rolling in spanberger has been behind still a little bit behind now about 5 points of supporting The Associated Press. However, some of her campaign workers have been I've been talking to some of them and they said that there's a couple of precincts that are out that they're expecting to get a lot of votes from or spam burger so they are not saying that Kyle forgive us forgive us Kyle, it's technology we can't hear you very well, Kyle. Cooper there from Abigail spanberger headquarters the race not called yet next to woodbridge, Virginia, WTO peace dick giuliano, with the opponent in that race, Republican Leslie Vega's campaign gathering dick, what do you know tonight? Hey, Dimitri. Well, there have been several bursts of cheering here as a result flash onto the big screen TVs showing yes le Vega holding a lead over representative spanberger. The lieutenant governor went some Sears as just a walked in and of course the excitement is building here. The supporters say inflation and education are two key issues that have them backing Vega, the stage, bedecked in a red white and blue awaiting the candidate. Prince William county supervisor, yes, we have the Kohl's district hoping to make the leap tonight to Capitol Hill reporting live in woodbridge, particularly on WTO news. Traffic
"mark gordon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And me I'm Raleigh James and that's our Wilson and I remember when this record came out like it was yesterday in 1967 got a copy. It was an audition copy of promo copy, put that on the turntable heard that in my heart damn near stop. I thought that was the most beautiful ballot I'd ever heard so of course I immediately pick up the record because I want to know a little more about it and it's soul city label the 5th dimension we're on and Ho hum to me for that. But I looked at this and it's produced by Johnny rivers and Mark Gordon and Willie Hutchinson wrote it. But it was arranged by Jim Webb and it was published by Johnny rivers and suddenly I'm getting interest in Johnny rivers because until then I'll be honest with you I just thought of him as the cover king, which was really and to a great extent that was his career. He was he was truly more about covers than anything though ironically is only number one record was one he wrote himself. But listener Dan had emailed saying, well, you know, your profile everybody else, how about how about doing some Johnny rivers? And I'll tell you what puts him number one with a bullet in my heart was Al Wilson's who could be loving you, but there's a lot more to the stories. But when you boil it down to his essence, if I was only given one sentence, it would be Johnny rivers is nothing more than a lucky cover act. And you know, in its final lessons, that's probably true, but he is a lot more. All right, Kidd was born in New York City to an Italian American family. His dad was out of work, and when he was 5 years old, a relative was teaching at LSU, got him a job in Baton Rouge. I think it's a groundskeeper. But anyway, down to Louisiana, they moved and that's where that's where Johnny rivers grew up. And you couldn't ask for much more musically than you'd get in Louisiana. That's for sure. By the time he was in junior high, he was in kid bands, including all dick holler. And dick holler is the guy who worked with Phil gernhardt later in Tampa. He wrote Snoopy versus the red baron, and then much later he wrote Abraham Martin and John. Actually not that much later. But anyway, I digress back to back to Johnny. He formed the spades in about 1955, basically a kid cover band. They were doing Fats Domino and Larry Williams and Little Richard, but he had seen Johnny had seen Elvis at the Baton Rouge high school auditorium in a show that many pearl emceed. And here comes Elvis and he's wearing like a pink suit and he's got white book shoes and the audience was laughing and boy, I'll tell you what, little Johnny was just mesmerized. Yeah, he found what he wanted to do. And in fact, the spades went on as kid bends would to make appearances for other kids and stuff like that, but he managed as he was a torn around. And we're talking again, he's junior high school age. Is he's touring around he manages to cut a record, you know, probably two track if you're lucky. And that was on a suede label in Baton Rouge. And you know, I believe me, I'm not going to play it as a bumper, but if you want to hear the first thing or parts of the first thing that Johnny rivers ever recorded, it was little girl on suede
"mark gordon" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Liz Cheney her behavior has been very puzzling to anyone who thinks that she wants to have a political future. So the question then becomes what is Liz Cheney thinking? What is her own view? Of how she can get herself reelected, which she seems to want to do. She's running for reelection. She has a campaign, she's fundraising. She's had numerous events that have been attended and organized by various sort of never Trump or types, members of the old Dick Cheney circle. And it turns out that Liz Cheney does seem to have a plan and her plan to win the primary is called Democrats. What? Well, it turns out in Wyoming, the Democrats can vote in the Republican primary and vice versa. So you can choose you can cross parties, if you will, in the primary. And so now Liz Cheney's behavior begins to take on a certain kind of sense. Liz Cheney is going to kind of poke the bear, attack Trump in a sense, betray her own party, but what is she doing in the process she's sort of courting Democrats to say, listen, you know what? You can cross over the island vote for me. And I'll continue to be kind of your thorn in the side of the Trump wing of the GOP. So this seems to be the Liz Cheney. Well, that's a pretty ingenious and if diabolical kind of plan. And Liz Cheney denied she's doing this, but it seems clear that this is something that Wyoming law allows. Trump, however, is on it. And he has a plan to stop her. It's called passing a law in Wyoming, by the way, heavily Republican legislature, a Trump friendly governor named Mark Gordon. And so Trump has been actually publicly calling for and making calls behind the scenes, basically saying, listen, you guys pass a law, which you can do, preventing this kind of party switching. So if that happens, I think Liz Cheney is completely doomed because her support in the Republican Party has, well, I don't know if it's plummeted to single digits, but it's certainly headed in that direction. Here is Trump. It makes total sense that only Democrats vote in the Democrat primary and only Republicans vote in the Republican primary. And I think the reason this does make sense is you don't want to have people in one party be able to subvert even to a degree, the nominee of the other party. And that's exactly what can happen, and now we see a political logic in which it might in fact happen. So Trump has been having he had a fundraiser recently for hagman, the woman who's running against illustrating, I had on the podcast recently, and she's becoming a really viable candidate against Cheney. In fact, I think she is going to beat Cheney. As long as Trump is successful and Wisconsin I'm sorry, Wyoming Republicans are successful in preventing Democrats from voting in Republican primaries..
"mark gordon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is a Bloomberg money minute Miami's mayor Suarez has big plans for his city As a crypto capital And the Big Apple's mayor Adams thinks he can do better New York City's open to technology But it's Wyoming that could be the real wild west for crypto So you can created a special purpose depository institution speedy bank and that could allow companies with digital assets more banking freedom Wyoming governor Mark Gordon When I signed it I was very excited No one else had really done that But our consumers protected Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren Not when you're buying Bitcoin for speculation Decades ago the cowboy state pioneered the LLC and now it's created the DAO or Dow LLC for companies run collectively through computer algorithms And Wyoming's innovation is a magnet for companies like digital mining hardware maker elite mining Thank you everyone for coming I can not begin to tell you how humbling a moment this is for me Texas Colorado and California are also trying to attract the crypto industry Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio For the Jewish communal fund Noel Spiegel former senior partner with Deloitte and past JCF president discusses the advantages of a donor advised fund over a private foundation There's a lot involved in having a private foundation You need to engage attorneys You need to engage your accountants file tax returns at JCF all of that is done for you You don't have to get involved in anything other than making your contribution to your fund and then determining which grants that you want to make Adjacent fund may be opened with a minimum $5000 contribution of cash or appreciated securities and can be used as an alternative to or together with a private foundation If you have a foundation you have to list all of the contributions that you made potentially anybody because the information is public can find out exactly which organizations have foundation has made charitable contributions to Let JCF simplify your philanthropy and protect your privacy Learn more about JCS private client group at JCF and Y dot org.
Wyoming tries again to remove Yellowstone grizzly protection
"The the state state of of Wyoming Wyoming is is asking asking the the federal federal government government to to remove remove grizzly grizzly bears bears in in around around Yellowstone Yellowstone National National Park Park from from protection protection under under the the Endangered Endangered Species Species Act Act Wyoming Wyoming governor governor mark mark Gordon Gordon says says the the declaration declaration dates dates back back to to nineteen nineteen seventy seventy five five and and Grizzlies Grizzlies at at Yellowstone Yellowstone now now can can no no longer longer be be considered considered in in danger danger articulation articulation is is over over target target in in terms terms of of viable viable populations populations nearly nearly nearly nearly three three times times if if the the request request is is approved approved the the bears bears could could be be hunted hunted one one of of the the problems problems with with bears bears come come into into contact contact with with humans humans sometimes sometimes it's it's not not particularly particularly good good for for humans humans often often it's it's not not particularly particularly good good for for Bairstow Bairstow Yellowstone Yellowstone region region spans spans Wyoming Wyoming Idaho Idaho and and Montana Montana and and raise raise a a Carty Carty with with the the center center for for biological biological diversity diversity says says the the bears bears may may not not be be endangered endangered now now but but there there is is no no scientific scientific reason reason to to hunt hunt grizzly grizzly bears bears now now they're they're predators predators they they manage manage their their own own populations populations recorded recorded calls calls Wyoming's Wyoming's petition petition outrageous outrageous I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue
"mark gordon" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Million Americans who've gotten the booster shot with the strongest protection possible The president says vaccinations prevent people from serious illness Another presidential recommendation wear a mask Mask it is an important tool to control the spread of COVID-19 And when you're indoors and public places you should wear the mask The president also says the government is buying more virus tests The number of people filing for unemployment benefits rose last week the AP's Ben Thomas has the numbers The Labor Department says jobless claims climbed by 23,000 last week to 230,000 That's the highest level since mid November but still low by historic standards Weekly applications for jobless benefits have now risen four of the last 5 weeks possibly a sign that the variant is having an impact Still the jobs market has bounced back strongly from last year's coronavirus recession jobless claims had fallen mostly steadily for about a year and it below the pre-pandemic average of around 220,000 a week Ben Thomas Washington Russia is sharply raising the stakes in its dispute with the west over Ukraine with the top diplomat refusing to rule out a Russian military deployment to Cuba and Venezuela if tensions mount with the U.S. and investigation has found Utah police made several unintentional mistakes when they stopped Gabby patito and her boyfriend before she was killed in what became a high profile missing person case Officers investigated a fight between potato and boyfriend Brian laundry but ultimately determined potato was the aggressor Stocks are wobbly to start on Wall Street This is a P news The state of Wyoming is asking the federal government to remove grizzly bears in and around Yellowstone National Park from protection under the endangered species act Wyoming governor Mark Gordon says the declaration dates.
"mark gordon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Vaccinations more than 70% of Colorado adults are now vaccinated. Pfizer says the protection provided by its covid vaccine may be waning. The company says booster shots may be needed. 6 to 12. Months after the second dose, the CDC responding saying that no boosters are needed as of yet President Biden has appointed to Western Republican governors to the bipartisan Council of Governors. Utah Spencer Cox in Wyoming's Mark Gordon are in the nine member group. Its mission is to strengthen ties between federal and state governments are matters of homeland security. Today, crews will begin the process of removing the metal fencing around the U. S. Capitol. The seven FT barrier was erected after the January 6th riot authorities say it can be reinstalled needed to Americans of Haitian descent are among the 17 suspects detained in the killing of Haiti's president. No comment from the State Department other than to say it's aware of the arrest. The rest of the suspects are said to be Colombian. Denver's crime rate is rising and chief Paul Patterson says it's a complex issue. He's identified five hotspots where the majority of crime in the city is happening, and there are five categories. Driving up the crime. It is homicide, shootings, burglaries, car thefts and car break ins. What is happening in our community today with the violent crime? And the dramatic increases in property crime is not acceptable, pays and sharing with our partners at Fox 31 that the issue was complicated by jails reducing capacity during the pandemic, he says. 25 homicide suspects last year and 11 this year were on some sort of probation, parole or pretrial. An uber driver has been cited for speeding after Lakewood police say they clocked him at 102 MPH with a passenger in the vehicle. Sixth Avenue west of Denver, is known for its fair share of high speeds. But it was the person speeding that caught liquid police by surprise Wednesday morning as our agent.
"mark gordon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The company says a booster shot may be needed 6 to 12 months after the second dose, the CDC responding saying that no boosters are needed as of yet President Biden has appointed to Western Republican governors to the bipartisan Council of Governors. Utah Governor Spencer Cox and Wyoming's Mark Gordon are in the nine member group. Its mission is to strengthen ties between federal and state governments on matters of homeland security. Today, crews will begin the process of removing the metal fence. Being around the U. S. Capitol. Seven FT barrier was erected after the January 6th riot there. He say it can be reinstalled if needed to Americans of Haitian descent are among the 17 suspects detained in the killing of Haiti's president. No comment from the State Department other than to say it's aware of the arrests. The rest of the suspects are said to be Colombian crime rate is rising and chief Paul Payson says it is a complex issue. Police identified five hot spots where the majority of crime in the city it's taking place. And there are five categories driving up crime rates, homicide, shootings, burglaries, car thefts and car break ins. What is happening in our community today with the violent crime and the dramatic increases in property crime is not acceptable, Chief Payson tells Fox 31. The issue was complicated by jails reducing capacity during the pandemic, he says 25 homicide suspects last year. And 11 this year were on some sort of probation, parole or pretrial. An uber driver has been cited for speeding after liquid police say they clocked him at 102 MPH with a passenger in the vehicle. Sixth Avenue west of Denver, is known for its fair share of.
"mark gordon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The celtics are up seven with two eighteen laughed and tatum's getting every call and a world. Every time he dribbles the ball he gets a call. So there's no way they're not winning this game. When you get the whistle every single time. He touched the ball. They call it foul and so he's going to the line and this guy's got forty six points in this game a career high in the play offs. And it's pretty simple now forty seven. He's money and I'm telling you that you cannot go on the road in an nba playoff game and allow forty seven points to forty eight now. He hits both free-throw so it's a nine point lead with two fifteen left enrolling great heavens goblin on. I always love that dude. He's awesome does great shows. He's always cool and he comes on Willingly every time. It just goes off on everything. I love it so i enjoyed talking to scott. And i'm telling you that padre a dodger brace is gonna be phenomenal. I'm going to the game on the twenty ninth of july. I'm literally bought a row of seats. I mean i have liked fifteen people going. it's out of control hookers drug dealers stromboli makers. Everyone's going ice cream vendors. They're all along with me to the game lawyers. Doctors did i mention prostitutes. Are we on the air. Check one two seven point game again with two left. I'm very confused. If the miracle nets can pull it off with a couple of three daggers. If they can get back in it i mean. I've seen a hardening at one need. I need your boy k. Dita at one. I need somebody to stop tatum from another bucket. My god we got another hour to go on a bench. This is bryan alvarez with wrestling observer. Live monday through friday noon pacific three eastern sundays three pacific six eastern daily replays five pacific eighty started wrestling. Observer live on the sports byline. Usa broadcasting. Now you're listening to ferrall on the bench here on sports overnight america. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed. Radio my newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. These service join us cast jimmy. I am fourteen. Twenty makers in nebraska leaning on older residents now to help fund the state's economic recovery last week governor. Mark gordon signed lbj. Sixty four into law which begins the process of phasing out state taxes on social security benefits taught stupid deck with aarp. Nebraska says the move will help nebraska's live their retirement years independently and with dignity. And he says every dollar going back into nebraska's pockets will be spent locally on necessities and that's going to be a huge economic impact especially at time in which we're coming back from calvin and it's important that we're supporting our local economies so i think this will be a huge economic driver in our state these tax dollars getting back into our systems. Stupid checks says nebraska's age fifty and older account for fifty six cents of every dollar in consumer spending in the state in part because many have moved past here spent saving for retirement and generate fifty billion dollars in economic activity after some lawmakers voiced concerns about lost revenue. Lb sixty four was revised to cut just half a state taxes over the next five years. Lawmakers will need to pass additional legislation to phase out the remaining share by twenty thirty. I'm eric gladys national public radio reports. Texas governor greg abbott says he intends to withhold paychecks to state lawmakers that after house. Democrats staged a walkout to block voting restrictions proposed by their republican counterparts. A large group of democrats walked out of the house chamber in austin late sunday so there was no quorum and that prevented a final vote on the proposal and pr reports. Bill which had appeared poised for passage would cut back polling hours reduce access to mail in voting and give more authority to partisan poll-watchers falling rights. Advocates say those and other provisions in the bill would make voting more difficult in texas and an online tool from the institute for women's policy. Research makes the case that ending reproductive-health restrictions is good for women and good for business more than five hundred bills restricting or banning abortions have been introduced to cost forty six states so far this year but according to alexis mcgill johnson with the planned parenthood federation of america the data show that if all state level abortion restrictions were eliminated. More than half million women would enter the workforce annual earnings for all women would increase by an average of more than sixteen hundred dollars a year. We know at the national level of abortion restrictions cost hundred five billion dollars per year by reducing labor force participation earnings. The research shows if all abortion restrictions were lifted. The estimated earnings increase for working women in new york. State would be more than fourbillion. I'm andrea sears. Reporting this is pms. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we gonna do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one. Eight eight eight nine nine five hope or visit makinghomeaffordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. 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Wyoming Gov. to lift mask mandate on March 16
"State to do away with its mask mandate. Governor Mark Gordon says the order will end on March 16th, which is the Same days, lifting all restrictions on businesses like bars, restaurants and Jim's. Meanwhile, Texas's mask mandate will end tomorrow and businesses will be able to operate at 100% capacity, Health experts warn. Americans must continue to take precautions as states like Texas lift restrictions, including its mask mandate, millions of struggling
Wyoming Governor to lift mask mandate March 16
"Mandate and open for business. 100% Wyoming Republican governor Mark Gordon says the order will be lifted March 16th in a statement, he said success and distributing vaccines and falling case numbers led to his decision. It will also end capacity restrictions on restaurants and bars, gyms and movie fears. While many priority groups are now eligible for vaccines, Children or not, they will still have to wear masks at school. Governor Gordon says he will ask people to assume personal responsibility as they venture out in public. Wyoming joints Texas, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana and North Dakota. In recently lifting mandates. Gurnal Scott Fox News
"mark gordon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Wall. Most all of it paid for by tax revenue from natural gas pumped off nearby federal land. The Jonah Field is one of the most productive in the country. The center's opening convinced it's now director Amber Anderson to move back home after college is a young professional and I would not have come back to find out who did not been for this facility. My family's all here and I love the outdoors and stuff. But there's wasn't a lot to offer an opinion. But in the last few years, things have gotten tough when prices were high Cos drilled a lot. Now there's a glut, prices tanked. The pandemic has made that even worse locally, people are getting laid off. Anderson had to cut the aquatic center's budget by almost half its kinda scary living in that when we're so heavily dependent on one Diversification would probably positive thing. Wyoming's history is one of wild swings between booms and busts. People have been saying for decades that the state needs to diversify, but the money is so good. People's eyes just glaze over. This is Linda Baker. She's an environmental activist here in town. She also spent five years working in the oil patch for her. This latest bust feels different. Wyoming the least populated state in the U. S is on the financial brink. And now there's a new administration in Washington, trying to wean the country off fossil fuels due to the climate crisis. And we have a little breathing room to establish alternative energy sources, for example, throughout Wyoming, and to convince the Wyoming Legislature that it that's a good idea. That'll be tough. Even if you take politics out of it. The state is developing renewable energy. But right now it's a fraction of the tax revenue that fossil fuels bring in. Economists say you'd have to increase wind energy production by 100 times just to match what Wyoming currently brings in from coal alone. So state lawmakers are poised to make draconian cuts to state services. Public schools bearing the brunt facing up to $100 million in losses. Mark Gordon is Wyoming's governor. It's time that we really face up to these facts without improvements in our revenue picture, these cuts will most likely be permanent. The governor did recently direct the state's loan university to partner with community colleges to modernize workforce training and diversify the economy. A few days later, he ordered state agencies to report what the financial impacts of President Biden's leasing band will be indicating he'll sue the White House in Sublette County, which includes Pine Dale, Commissioner Joel Bosman is fearing the worst from that executive order. This is happening so fast it I guess the statement I use it blows my mind. About 90% of all of sub. Let county's budget comes from taxes on fossil fuels. There has been no information whatsoever coming out of the federal government to say no, We're thinking of a of a moratorium we would like to slowly right down. Actual gas and coal and fossil fields and, you know everywhere. But even before the band companies were scaling back from drilling here, if not pulling out all together, it's just cheaper to do business on private land in states like Texas or North Dakota. Fall out looks startling. A few years ago, This truck stop by the Jonah field would have been humming with roughnecks. Company bosses, gas well maintenance crews. Instead, it's been mostly deserted for months, says the manager, Roxanne Kroger. I know there's a number of businesses that have had to fold. Which is that she's hunched over a small desk back in a tiny office trying to work out how much longer she can hold on. It's very uncertain. Nobody knows what's gonna happen now that Was invited in there. Nobody knows. Biden is pledging to retrain and support traditional fossil fuels workers in states like this during a transition. In an editorial, Wyoming's largest newspaper pleaded that the country not turn its back on Wyoming workers after all that cheap energy that's been produced and exported out of here for decades. All of this is forcing a question that even just a few years ago would have been unthinkable here. What is Wyoming without fossil fuels, The state faces financial ruin. And you know, in times past that could get by on coal oil, natural gas production, But those were just not attractive markets any longer. Justin Ferrell grew up here and is now a sociology professor at Yale. He wrote a book exposing one Big Newmarket in Wyoming luxury real estate. The ultrawealthy are moving to places like Jackson Hole drawn by the beauty but also the tax shelters. There is no state income or corporate income tax and lacks residency requirements. While mean is happy to tax you know these similar billion dollar industries like oil and gas. So why won't they tax this new billion dollar luxury real estate industry and the newcomers, you know, buying these $10 million properties and enjoying the natural resource is this trend has only accelerated in the pandemic. It's also spreading to places like pine Dale. The town's mayor, Matt Murdock, is trying to push his home state to think outside the box. If fossil fuels really are on their way out, it's going to require that the state kind of Re event itself again. Murdock recently started an alternative energy company. It aims to recycle waste from landfills or even old defunct oil wells and turned it into gas changes always challenged the status quo. And that makes people uncomfortable When they get mad. They get angry. Sometimes I think they beat their chests and they scream and things that they really have no power over s O. We need to do our best to Stuart. That and try to direct the change in a way that helps people to make the shift stewarding a transition in a state where fossil fuels and booms and busts are basically embedded in its didna. Kirk Siegler. NPR NEWS PINE Dale, Wyoming This'll is NPR news. You're listening to morning edition here on W N Y c Good morning. I'm David 1st 27 degrees Right now It's going to be mostly sunny today, getting up too high in the mid thirties.
"mark gordon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"It was probably best known for portraying Mark Twain on stage and on TV. It was also deep throat and all the president's man. I have to do this my way. You tell me what you know, and I'll confirm I'll keep you in the right direction if I can, but that's all. Yes. Follow the money. Holbrook was 95. You're listening to ABC news. Okay away news. Radio time is 302. Governor Polish is among those who have received the first dose of the covert vaccine. I didn't even feel it literally, which was I was surprised by my arm's a little sore the next day, just like the flu shot. So when it's your turn get it is the message. This is a life saving effective vaccine. Polish tells Kay Away news radio. The pandemic has dominated everything over the past year. Never did. I think that in a year that has the three largest forest fires in the history of our state that that would be the second biggest story, I mean, just who would have thought? Right? I mean, but here we are, with the biggest pandemic in a century in Colorado. We're doing the right thing They're doing well, let's keep it up and we'll get through this. The governor Monday spent some time delivering covert 19 home testing kits to teachers. Thousands of older Coloradans now have their first doses of the vaccine after a large scale event over the weekend at Coors Field by you see health, Pat Lin says. It was an easy process. They directed you into your certain area you got in there very quickly parked the car. They came over to you check that your registration, Len says she feels a sense of comfort knowing she has had her first dose of the vaccine. Security guard accused of using a pepper spray grenade during the George Floyd protests in Denver last May, has surrendered his license, police say. Tyler Barrett threw the grenade at a group of protesters across the street, police say. Barrett later pointed and aimed his gun at the crowd. Eric Escudero with the city of Denver tells Fox 31. Barrett admitted to multiple violations the city and county of Denver. We take action when we believe someone has violated the terms of their license merit not allowed to apply for any type of security Guard license with the city for five years, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon says he has talked to the governors of New Mexico and Colorado. About providing input to the Biden administration, and the feeling is that let's move forward. But let's move forward with some caution and with some respect for the Western states, Gordon tells Kay away. He's concerned about recent executive orders banning oil and gas leases on federal land. I'm Chad Bauer on K Away News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. From the bed, Fred Sports Traffic Center things maybe a little sluggish. You should travel westbound on I 70 and that's gonna be between 9 to 70 in Colorado Boulevard. After that, everything's wide open even all the way up into the high country. Nothing slowing you down on sixth to Lakewood, C 4 72 Highlands Ranch. Everything's ordinary. You've got nothing to interfere with Dr on the 4 70. Into Boulevard to and from the airport. Everything's looking good speeds normal in 36 between here and bolder and no problems through the Texan Renai 25 Fox 31 pinpoint whether you could expect it to be partly sunny high of 62 in tonight's low about 31 tomorrow expect the high of 61 with the low of 35. Currently it's partly cloudy and 34. I'm Jerry Elbow and Keohane News Radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Just like Amazon change Retail. There are things happening in real.
"mark gordon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Throat in all the president's men and was known for his stage portrayal of Mark Twain. The New York Times says veteran actor Hal Holbrook died at home in Beverly Hills, January 23rd at age 95. You're listening to ABC News. Okay away news. Radio time is what don't to governor Pola says Colorado is doing a good job getting people vaccinated for coping 19, But the clock is ticking. We're really in a race against the clock on vaccinations because we know there's variance out. There s so far The vaccine is effective against all the variants, maybe not as effective against some, but some are more transmissible. It was like this race against the clock. We're at 8% of our population Vaccinated. Polish tells Kay away news radio. They need more quantity of vaccine The state currently is getting about 90,000 doses a week. Keep an eye on your car. That's the message from the Aurora Police Department officers investigating a rash of vehicle break ins across the city, police say. In many cases, the vehicles were left unlocked and items were stolen from insight. Officers say, always lock your car and whenever possible parking a well lighted area, there's been a move from some Weld County residents to secede from Colorado and become part of Wyoming. We asked Wyoming's governor Mark Gordon, if he would welcome that we would love that We would love that from time to time. You know, states have said, Gosh, we like what Wyoming is doing on De so. Week, we'd be happy. Gordon says He has time for the governors of New Mexico and Colorado about providing input to the Biden administration on a variety of subjects. The Rockies have confirmed that Nolan Ah Renato will be traded to the Cardinals. In return, The Rockies will receive five prospects, including picture Austin Gamber will also reportedly spent $50 million to the Cardinals. Voice of the Rockies, Jack Corrigan talked about why this deal went down. They knew of the unhappiness of Nolan in terms of where he thought the club was going and had the opt out possibility at the end of the season. And I think it was a smudge. Unfortunately than economic decision, maybe even more so than a baseball decisions are not. It was a five time All Star and has won the Gold Glove eight consecutive times. I'm Chad Bauer on K O a news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 f ound transports Traffic center. You'll have an easy drive and quiet one on the metro area freeways for the moment. Nothing interfering with Dr on I 70 across town 60 liquids looking good 36 between here and bolder. You've got nothing that's going to cause any problems. C 4 70 through Highlands Ranch speeds normal 25 Tech center all is good. You're gonna make the time on I 2 25 Pina Boulevard onto the airport. There is nothing to interfere with the tribe. Thanks. Everyone pinpoint whether you could expect it to be partly sunny high of 62 tonight, So I was gonna drop down to about 31 tomorrow Expect the highest 61 as becomes cloudy with a low of 35 Currently it's partly cloudy and 35 I'm Gary elbow. On K Away News Radio live everywhere on the I. Heart radio app Breaking news out of Denver this morning gets your attention breaking news breaking news brief single time news breaking news. Listen up this breaking news. Something has happened breaking news that no, it's happening even faster. Let's break this down. I could issue executive orders through his agenda. This is going to be Obama 2.0 possibility..
"mark gordon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A 98 93 right around just south of 72. Or he had an earlier accident. Got that north bound side partially closed off. So just be aware of that, But aw freeway also looking excellent. And we had all our earlier problems Gone as well. I'm hearing couple Donkey away news radio. Live everywhere on the I Heart radio up blacks 31 pinpoint whether clear tonight with a low of 31 Tomorrow Partly cloudy and warm high 62 right now it's 39 degrees. Our top story on K away news radio Governor Pola says Colorado was doing a good job getting people vaccinated for covert 19. But the clock is ticking really in a race against the clock on vaccinations because we know there's variance out there. So far, the vaccine is affective against all the variants, maybe not as effective against some, but some are more transmissible. So it's like this race against the clock where 80% of our population vaccinated. Pola still skate away news radio. They need more quantity of vaccine The state currently is getting about 90,000 doses a week. There's been a move from some Weld County residents to secede from Colorado and become part of Wyoming. We asked Wyoming governor Mark Gordon. If you would welcome that we would love that. We would love that from time to time. You know, states have said, Gosh, we like what Wyoming is doing on De so wait, we'd be happy. Gordon says he has talked to the governors of New Mexico and Colorado about providing input to the Biden administration on a variety of subjects. Iraqis tonight confirmed that Nolan Ah Renato will be traded the Cardinals. In return, The Rockies will receive five prospects, including picture Austin Gamber Voice of the Rockies. Jack Corrigan on why this deal went down. They knew of the unhappiness of Nolan in terms of where he thought the club was going. And had the opt out possibility of the end of the season. And I think it was a smudge, unfortunately than economic decision, maybe even more so than a baseball decision or not. It was a five time All Star and has won the Gold glove at his position eight consecutive times. It looks like the East Coast. Winter Storm is one for the ages. Snow in Central Park is topped 18 inches. That would make it the 10th biggest snow total in Central Park's history. Many places in the state have seen over a foot of snow. Some parts of New Jersey have seen more than 2 ft. And Marilyn Manson's record company says they will no longer work with him following sexual abuse allegations. Move announced today. Shortly after five women came forward to accuse the singer of sexual assault, psychological abuse and coercion along those were his former partner, Evan Rachel Wood. I'm Chad Bauer on K away news radio. Hindsight is 2020 2020 was a brutal year with a lot. We couldn't control pandemic economy, unemployment. What can we control our job? Our career? Don't.
"mark gordon" Discussed on KCRW
"Slash newsletters. KCRW Sponsors include cinema made in Italy and Super lt D. Presenting no Tornado. From Gianfranco Rosi, the director of fire it see capturing the everyday life that lies in the aftermath of war in the Middle East. No tornado is now playing in virtual sentiments. Right. 5 29 KCRW coming up on all things Considered in 18 49. Elizabeth Blackwell became the first woman in the U. S. To achieve a medical degree You're gonna hear from the author of a new book called The Doctor's Blackwell, which tells the story of two of the first women medical doctors that's coming up on the program. Also a head of state and local news at 5 32, including how the L. A City Council Is taking action for vaccine equity and at 44 after the hour of backlash is growing over the state's announcement that vaccine prioritization is changing eligibility no longer based on occupation age now determining next in line for a covert 19 vaccine that has raised the hackles of some groups representing essential workers, High risk Californians and people who are disabled will talk with a member of the state's community. Vaccine Advisory committee just ahead Live from NPR news. I'm Dwayne Brown. The Department of Homeland Security has issued an alert warning of the potential for further violence by domestic extremist groups. NPR's Windsor, Johnson tells us Bulletin comes in the wake of the violent insurrection by pro Trump extremists at the U. S Capitol building earlier this month. DHS alert warns that anger fueled by false narratives, especially claims about the election could lead domestic extremist groups to carry out additional attacks in the coming weeks. Officials also warned that these groups maybe emboldened by the breach of the Capitol building to quote target elected officials and the government facilities. The department says it doesn't have evidence of a specific threat. But continues to monitor online chatter and tips reported by the public. MPR's Windsor Johnston. President Biden's executive order placing a temporary moratorium on new oil and gas leases in federal lands is raising concerns in some Western states from Wyoming Public radio Cooper McKim reports. More than half of oil and gas production in Wyoming happens on federal land. Recent State Commission report finds the moratorium if made permanent, will reduce drilling investment in Wyoming by $2.3 billion a year through 2025. Governor Mark Gordon calls the order punitive and a crushing blow to the state. But Wyoming outdoor councils John Raider dismisses much of the sky's falling rhetoric and says the order won't stop drilling. For years industry and stockpiled about 13 million acres of undeveloped leases and hundreds of not thousands of approved drilling permits. In Wyoming, federal data show Over half of the least federal land has yet to see production. For NPR news. I'm Cooper McKim. Stocks finish lower across the board on Wall Street, dragged down by tech and bank shares. The Dow lost 633 points down 2%. This is NPR, and this is KCRW on Larry Parole. What's happening in state and local news at 5 32. Facing criticism for its slow vaccine,.
"mark gordon" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"Be done is yes great question great question. I believed in something that we've been promoting called biological resiliency. Now you guys out the field battle you were kevlar vests and you're going into a dangerous situation and find the amount of place that you have on your your kevlar vest or your vest will protect you. From different forms of rounds or shrapnel. What have you well. We can do the exact same thing in for our bodies to protect us and that is by having good nutrition. Low alcohol consumption good sleep good. Hydration and certain supplements like vitamin e alpha. Gamma-tocopherol like like omega three omega three fish oils. Dr michael lewis. I talked about him on Joe rogan and i present joe with a book from mike which talks about Brain trauma in the use of fish oil because how fish oil works is to improve the preventive cat floor in the brain and turns on two proteins that protect the brain so these are Important means that you can use preventatively going into the ring for mma or going out into the field playing rugby or the united states playing football. There are things you can do to give you a little bit of extra protection because the helmets. They really don't do very much. How much just keep the trauma localized to a small area. There's jarring of the head remember. The brain sits in a fluid and floats so there is the law of physics with momentum that wants an object is set in motion tends to stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside force the outside forces the side of the skull. So you're signing up against the inside whether or not you have a helmet or not so it's about the external force you still get knocked to the side and that's enough. We've had people who have had one case legal case where the guy was rear ended at maybe five to seven miles an hour and you develop symptomology relative to traumatic brain injury and blood. Testing was corroborated. So these helmets sold forth. They're good to keep the disfigurement of the outer shell or the skin under control and keep all the pieces together. you know. Put everything together but as long as you have rotation latter lies ation and to and fro. You're going to have the potential most of the damage that we see an auto accidents talking about outside. The military is this coup counter coup in injury. You're driving your your vehicle and you stop short. Not even hitting anybody..
"mark gordon" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
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"Harrison. He ducked in hold worries on fire. Yeah, Whatever Ship on 3123%. This is Denver Nuggets. Basketball 14 on the shot clock Inbound goes to Gary Harris. Lobs it often Holyoke and she gets double teamed again Download a park and he dumped at home with two hands make that a 15 to nothing run Denver and the Nuggets leader by the Osho. The Nuggets swept the home and home versus the tables when they took down Minnesota for the second straight game on Tuesday. 1 23 to 1 16. Good guys tonight. Denver will finish off the home stand as they play host to the Dallas Mavericks. Coming up in your Denver Nugget pregame preview. Jason Kozminski will break this game down the Keys contest, and assistant coach Ryan Bowen will speak to truth when he joins us and our coaches show, you know, we know we got to put four games together, but yeah, there's gonna be a lot of these. Hey, see these guys again? I think we played dolls a couple weeks. So Yeah, it's almost like a mini playoff backstories. It's the Nuggets and the Mavericks. Small precious metal versus Tom Cruise in top gun and your pregame show is coming up. Next, find the control yoke in Denver Nuggets MBA to head like Gary Hairs. Eastern Nuggets Preview with Mark Gordon Oli Yokich has a point guard on drives on And he dumped.
"mark gordon" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Is taking on Democrat Raphael Warnock. Former House speaker in Georgia Congress when Newt Gingrich says those runoff elections tomorrow, and Georgia will have a major impact on the most important runoff in American history. Was never before had two parallel Senate races with the potential to switch control of the Senate. From conservative to live radical, Gingrich tells the Salem radio Network turnout will be a key. Or Republicans as well as poll watchers to guarantee a fair vote count. Restaurants across Wyoming will be allowed to return to normal operating hours beginning January the night Let's go over 19 hospitalizations decline in the state. The Wyoming Tribune Eagle Reporting. Governor Mark Gordon made the announcement on Saturday. He praised businesses for adapting to health orders, and he thanked residents in the state. Recognizing the strain on hospitals. Spending on US construction projects increased 9/10 percent in November as strengthen homebuilding offset weakness and other parts of the construction industry. Record. Low mortgage rates have spurred strong demand for housing. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 471 points and the NASDAQ off 204 Maura Tell me hold dot com California we go again, Maura lockdowns and restrictions if you believe in silver linings, the silver lining is that we live in California. And what makes her state special are the local businesses that contribute to our tax base. Yes, the mom and poppers like Lamaze, his own warm hearth, Fireside and.
Doctor on coronavirus testing after holiday travel
"As we officially entered the holiday season public health officials are warning of a new crisis in the pandemic the centers for disease control tens of thousands of new deaths in the weeks before christmas as people. Return home from ill-advised thanksgiving travel. Let's bring in lena when she's an er doctor and visiting professor at george washington university school of public health. Dr win. it's nice to have you back and thank you for making time for us on a holiday weekend of course. Happy to join you in. What's your prediction for. What's ahead after we saw so many people traveling and gathering over this holiday weekend. We have an impending calamity on our hand because we know that. Kobe is already everywhere and out of control. And now we're facing a surge upon a surge we already had surge in cases of coping nineteen and we also know that every time people come together over the holidays we even saw this over memorial day fourth of july labor dame that there was a surge after that and of course we have unprecedented in numbers of people travelling when we already have a very high baseline level of infection. And all of this. I think is just so incredibly tragic because we are not that far from the finish line here. We do have things that are on the horizon and. I really hope that everyone would just help us to hang in there for bit longer term because our hospitals are already getting overwhelmed. Where already to the point that we could see our healthcare systems collapsing. And we really need to hang in there and get through this very very challenging winter. The cdc is projecting the by december nineteenth the number of americans dead from covid nineteen will total more than three hundred twenty thousand. That's before christmas with this surge upon surge as you say do you think the death toll is about to jump dramatically. Yes i hate to say this. But this is what happens because death is a lagging indicator. Meaning that i. We're going to see an increased level of infections. Then we're going to increase hospitalizations even more than we currently have been. Icu's getting more overwhelmed and then after that death will spike and not only deaths from kobe. Nineteen but when hospitals become so full that physicians and nurses are unable to provide optimal care. Then we also have other patients. Patients come in with heart attacks strokes for cancer care for car accidents who are not able to get ideal care as well and we're going to see mortality increase from these other causes. Well now. i just hope that people will keep in mind. None of this at this point is inevitable. They are things that are in our power. I know ultimately this failure of our federal policy and the administration should have done a much better job but there are things that we as individuals can do and that includes continuing to wear masks continuing to avoid indoor gatherings and really doing our best through this challenging period. Again it's not full forever. But we have to get through this. Winter will in fact there's one projection from the university of washington that says we could save forty thousand lives over the next two months. If ninety five percent of people wore masks and yet we're still seeing cases for example this week governor mark gordon of wyoming tested positive for the coronavirus. After months of resisting a statewide mask mandate. What's not clicking for people here. I mean i think for us in public health. It's really challenging to see this when something that is a basic public. Health measure is being politicized end fact as a partisan symbol a cultural touch point for many people and we need to enlist credible messengers. In many cases prominent republican leaders business leaders pastors religious leaders We know in public health at the messenger is often even more important than the message and so the more people can help us out with. That message is absolutely central.
Wyoming Doubles Down On Its Long Support For Carbon Capture
"US coal production is down to its lowest level in half a century, but the country's largest coal-producing state is desperate to keep the industry going with support from the trump administration. Wyoming is investing big to try and clean up Kohl's carbon emissions. Wyoming public radio's Cooper has more the largest utility in Wyoming Rocky Mountain power has found. It makes economic sense to start retiring. It's coal plants early, an invest heavily and renewables across the West. That isn't going over well in a state whose economy is tied to call. At a recent public hearing county commissioner can't Connolly said when a plant is shutdown, it's not just jobs that are lost by lose. Fifty percent of the taxes is just as simple. Connolly says it doesn't have to be like this coal plants in Wyoming could stick around if utilities just considered retrofitting them to capture the carbon they emit we will change how goal America. There's no doubt about it we'll get. The idea a coal plant would be retrofitted with new tack. Its emissions would be removed and then sold, but rocky mountain power says right now that technology is too expensive and not proven utilities rick, link says its decision is an economic one. Is Driven by. Changes in the heart condition even so Wyoming is doubling down on its long support for carbon capture. This year lawmakers mandated that by twenty thirty utilities produce a certain amount of electricity from coal plants using carbon capture technology ratepayers bear the expensive that the trump administration is also trying to boost carbon capture. It's passed a federal tax credit in his funding research projects. Holly crude cut oversees several through the University of Wyoming. She envisions capturing co two emissions for a variety of profitable uses including turning them into new products. Building Materials asshole replacement. The problem is many others think the moment for Carbon Capture to help Cole has come and Gone Arizona State University's Klaus Lochner remembers giving presentations promoting carbon capture to the coal industry twenty years ago without that, he warned that climate change would be the industry's demise. Is it look if the comes around, you are not going to be allowed to build a new new coal plant because every bank in the country will know that they will not get their money back. So you bid or buy twenty trinite have the ability to build power plants that. Completely carbon neutral but that hasn't happened Energy Economists Rob. God. Says part of the reason could be politics the Republican Party which strongly supports coal actually may have hurt the industry by downplaying climate change climate change doesn't exist. There's no justification to develop low-carbon technologies like carbon capture. So in an ironic way, the Republicans, kill carbon capture as much as anybody else only one coal plant in the US created a successful business model for carbon capture. It's called Petra Nova in Texas, but that fell apart after the pandemic led to an oil price. Crash analysts, Dennis Wanstead with Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis says he can no longer imagine utility saying, Hey, we really WanNa do this. We really want to build a carbon capture facility and we really WANNA put it on our thirty five year old forty-year-old coal plant improve. It's GonNa. Make Money Wyoming Governor. Mark Gordon isn't put off though he points to wind energy, which also needed help early on, but is now a fast growing industry. He says that means you don't give up for NPR news I'm Cooper mckim
Police officer strikes woman during dispute at Miami airport
"In Florida a Miami Dade police officer has been relieved of duty after video emerged of him hitting a black woman at the Miami International Airport yesterday. Body Cam footage shows the woman arguing with the officer before she moved just inches away from his face, and it escalates from. You just heard the officer hitting the woman. She then falls to the ground as more police. Rush into the frame, the Miami Dade Police Director Alfredo Ramirez says he was shocked and angered by the video and has asked the Miami Dade State Attorney to investigate the use of force Miami Herald reporter. David Ovalles has been covering this and David, the body cam footage begins after the woman and the police officer appear to have already been in something of a dispute. Do? We know how this started. Yes, so the woman is twenty one year old pairs, Anderson she was at the airport and had missed a flight, so she was according to the police yelling at the ticket agent. They call. The police tried to calm her down according to them, you see her yelling at the police officer taunting him about one point. He kind of steps back. Back a little bit, and then she steps into his face, and then he claims it was a head bud, and then he just you know delivers a slap. That is very visceral when you watch it, it is for sure and when you see the video, and from what you can tell from your reporting a in reference to the officer saying that she had headbutted him. Is there any indication that that had happened in? What are you hearing about whether? It would have been an appropriate response to hit her like that. I wouldn't say it's a head, but but certainly one could argue that perception, but as for whether it's inappropriate use of force. It's it's Kinda hard to tell I mean in Florida. The stand your ground law allows anybody not just police officers, no duty to retreat so whether it would be a criminal charge that's going to be debatable. Certainly administrative you talk to police, officers and I've had more than a few reach out to me and say that's absolutely how they're taught. They call it a diversionary strike. Now there's the other element in that. She wasn't wearing a mask and so there's this whole Cova vid angle as well so it's messy. It's not. optically, it looks really really bad but I think there's going to be a lot more nuance to a case like this. Then a few of the other use of force cases we've seen in south Florida in the last couple of weeks. Right and look tensions between black people and white officers has been at the center of so many of these cases that we've been. been talking about. But how are people reacting to this incident? Given the both the woman and the officer are black well. That's one of the sort of grey areas that POPs up in Miami more than than other places because we are such diverse community, white officers here are in the minority. Most are Hispanic and there's a pretty good amount of black officers here to. In this case, the officer Tony Rodriguez is a black Puerto Rican officer, so there is a sort of added element of that you know I. Think a case like this also underscores what a lot of block officers are feeling in terms of tension and conflict block officers really know too well what it's like to grow up black, but also feel very conflicted because they're devoted to their jobs, and they feel like they're being singled out as quote, unquote sellouts, and so it also underscores. A lot of the dynamics in these really precarious times.
Cheyenne Frontier Days canceled for 1st time in 124 years
"A crushing blow to the cowboys state today for the first time in one hundred twenty four years Cheyenne frontier days is canceled governor mark Gordon says blame it on covert nineteen this coronavirus thing sucks there are just no two ways about it covered nineteen social distancing protocols make holding frontier days another big rodeo events in Wyoming impossible
Barrasso Easily Wins Primary for Wyoming Senate Race
"Republican Senator John Barossa was going to face a reelection bid against Democrat. Gary trailer this November Barosso cruise to win in. Tuesday's primary it gets his. Closest challenger Dave Johnson trailer ran unopposed in the. Democratic race the stage is also set for Wyoming's race for. Governor. Wyoming treasurer Mark Gordon won the Republican nomination for governor, over businessman foster freeze who are President Trump's complete and, total endorsement, former Wyoming state house Representative Mary thrown when the democratic nomination for governor