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"mark rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Cancer. And the the more informed you I think by twenty one the better you can make a more informed decision theory. Cigarettes are said to kill twenty eight thousand people a year in the state and cost the healthcare system ten billion dollars. But will this work? He was twenty one. So is that really going to fix the problem? We'll there are couple of surveys out there that say raising the age doesn't really help. But the governor says he is pushing the measure, and it will be in his budget measure for twenty thousand nine in Brooklyn. Mike, sugarman WCBS. Newsradio eighty Westchester county is making some changes when it comes to marijuana WCBS. Reporter Mark Rosenberg fills within the Westchester district. Attorney Anthony Scarpinato is taking a cue from that Hatton in Brooklyn starting Monday. If you have two ounces or less of marijuana in Westchester, you'll face a violation. But no prosecution it's a change the DA thinks needs to happen to help minimize the stigma that comes with a criminal record county executive George Latimer. Life can be changed and in many ways permanently to get in the process of how the criminal record. And we want to make sure that people who make it a steak have an opportunity for that mistake. Not to haunt them for the rest of their lives. Not to mention public resources that in some cases Latimer's says could be. Used to prosecute more serious crimes. We have violent criminals, we have people all sorts of domestic violence issues robberies and so forth. And when those happen, that's where the attention needs to be focusing. Our criminal Justice system charge of unlawful possession of marijuana is currently a misdemeanor in Westchester, those arrested face up to three months in jail change, reduces that charge to a violation as long as the person isn't charged with anything else. Mac Rosenberg WCBS. Newsradio eighty it is eleven thirty six. This is WCBS on the air at eight eighty and on demand only on the radio dot com app. Download it now take with you wherever you go. According to a recent nationwide study Chevrolet is.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Chase followed by a serious crash has shut down eastbound highway five twenty two in Snohomish state patrol trooper Heather axeman says a driver was flying down the road at one hundred miles an hour to get away from police and slammed into an SUV are doing our best to open that in a timely manner. However, it is a felony investigation. Therefore, it's going to take a little bit of time the suspect in custody for behavior salt while the victim now at Harborview was serious injuries. We'll get the traffic impact from that. In just a few minutes gig harbor police say they found no evidence of wrongdoing after investigating allegations that radio personality Casey Kasem, daughters were responsible for his twenty fourteen death gig harbor police chief Kelly says the investigation didn't find any evidence of a crime the longtime American top forty hosts died at age eighty two at a hospital in gig harbor police opened the investigation last month after caissons wife Jean submitted a private investigators report, claiming her three adult stepchildren were responsible for cases, demise, the pool. Police chief says the investigation found Casey Kasem received appropriate care and no evidence of collusion between family and doctors a holiday crisis at a New Jersey school Friday when a teacher started debunking Santa in front of a class of first graders. WCBS reporter Mark Rosenberg was a substitute teacher in montville at cedar hill elementary school in a class full of first graders, the principal notify parents before school was out. But this mother who didn't want her name used tells me it was just as surprising to her as it was to her daughter who wasted no time telling her when she got home today. And you know, what she calls it. This is not real. It's not really. But apparently, the sub didn't stop there..
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Next report ten twenty three WBZ's traffic on the threes WBZ news time ten fourteen and now the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast here's an update from curator meteorologist dean devore's summers back here especially inland areas this afternoon get up in the low even some middle nineties in some spots who this afternoon mostly sunny breezy hot and humid mid eighties for highs on the Cape humid tonight sticky with a down into the. Low to mid seventy s more clouds and clouds some sunny breaks tomorrow will keep temperatures in the upper eighties inland low eighties on the coast and Cape with some showers thunderstorm, activity in the afternoon and into Saturday nights still a couple of showers and a thunderstorm we early Saturday highs. In. The low eighties we dry, out Sunday in warm up into the upper eighties Inland low eighties on the Cape on Sunday I'm AccuWeather meteorologist WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty lining of sunshine right now steamy eighty five. Degrees here in Boston the. Transportation Security Administration administration the TSA is apparently now considering. To put an end to passenger screenings at dozens of smaller airports across. The country WBZ's Ben Parker has more, details on the idea, that's now mainly based on. Worst case scenario budget cuts, USA says there's been no decision to eliminate passenger screening. At any, federalized, US airport however, as part of budget exercises the idea of ending, screenings at a hundred and fifty smaller airports was brought up former chairman of the. National Transportation Safety board Mark Rosenberg says it's unlikely the idea would, go further than an idea the chances of something this serious where we would cut the number of airports. That are being covered by the TSA screening. Agents has a very very little chance of. Of ever becoming a reality in a statement provided to WB DC by the TSA they say, any potential operational changes would not, take place without a.
Australian bishop convicted of sex abuse cover-up resigns
"NewsRadio ten thirty house lawmakers on beacon hill will vote today on a Bill that, could tax Airbnb the same as. Hotels and motels, the compromised Bill which will include, a seventeen point five percent tax on short, term rental units and we'll add an additional six to nine percent. Of local taxes, if it's approved the Bill would make Massachusetts the first state to maintain a central registry on short term rentals and would go into effect in January of. Two thousand nineteen the. Pope was accepted the resignation of an Australian archbishop who is convicted of covering up child sex abuse by a, priest from. Sydney Adelaide's archbishop Philip Wilson's resignation comes after he was convicted in may of. Failing to report the repeated abuse, of two Altar boys by priests Jim Fletcher back in the nineteen seventies Wilson faces up to two years behind bars TCI surveillance program is once again coming under. Scrutiny after the globe reports. That the program tracks information about Americans. Who are not suspected of any crime we get details from WBZ's Ben Parker other program dubbed quiet skies the Transportation Security Administration. Has been keeping tabs, on American citizens who are not under, investigation by any agency or on any terror watch list CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chairman Mark Rosenberg, explains the goal of the program was an in kind of a program to look not only for terrorists but for people that potentially, could disrupt the flight and do other things that not necessarily related care first reported by the Boston Globe the program which is existed since two. Thousand ten uses air marshals to monitor such things as whether. Passengers fidget. Use a, computer and other behaviors Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty still to, come this, morning the president once again tweeting about the news media will share the Details.
Tesla Car Fire Examination to Be Observed by U.S. Safety Agency
"A warming trend on the way so sixties and seventies out there right now some upper seventies in the warmer spots fifties to near sixty tonight tomorrow we lose some of the clouds get a little bit warmer but that's just the start really by the middle of the week when we start to jump up seventies eighties and nineties against the we'll have the five day forecast that's at two forty five seventy five in ontario seventyfive insurance oaks and it's seventy one right now in south gate to thirtyseven on knx we've been telling you about this fire that erupted in the engine compartment of a tesla sedan in west hollywood over the weekend now the national transportation safety board or sending an investigator to look at the car's battery cbs news transportation safety analyst mark rosenberg tells knx one thing about the fire does stand out they had to spontaneous fire nothing happened to the cabin which is as far as i'm concerned a tremendous tremendous asset to the design in their safety says these kinds of fires are very rare on the investigation could offer clues to spontaneous battery fires in other products including planes cellphones and camera batteries california farmers are in a waitandsee mode about how president trump said tariff wars with china and other countries can impact their bottom line they haven't felt any major affect yet but they will likely feel the sting come the fall harvest crop walnuts and almonds and things like that that are dependent on trade then you probably gonna start seeing some bigger impacts than bruce blodget is executive director of the san joaquin farm bureau anytime you hear the words trade war it's not going to be good in the long term for segments of agriculture there's winners and losers with everyone of these agreements he says only time will tell how it all plays out with china imposing tariffs on almonds california's largest ag expo and other commodities both canada and mexico have announced tariffs on yogurt and cheese which will hit the state's dairy farmers margaret cho arrow knx ten seventy newsradio ucla uc board of regents facing a lawsuit from four former employees they say here a female boss sexually harassed them and their complaints were not taken seriously the women say that the supervisor touched them inappropriately made comments about their bodies the suit seeks more than one hundred twenty million dollars in damages to thirty nine the supreme court today sidesteps two major cases over partisan gerrymandering high courts allowing controversial district maps.
Transport plane that crashed in Georgia was on final trip
"One thirty transport plane with puerto rico's air national guard crashed in georgia a puerto rican official says there were nine on board and a local official says there are no apparent survivors wto see tv sean evans says the plane was headed to arizona and went down in the savannah suburb of port wentworth this puerto rico air national guard c one thirty hercules cargo plane taking off from savannah hilton head international airport the area that the one sixty fifth airlift wing uses when it's heard back and then crashed on highway twenty one cbs's mark rosenberg interesting i witnessed that indicated that this aircraft appeared to be coming in for landing took a severe role and then announce dive into the ground port wentworth mayor gary norton son serves in the georgia national guard at home and something like this happens could have been him displaying but you know there's there's families that's going to.
Bernie Sanders Says 'Cardi B Is Right' About Who Really Made America Great Again
"The one that snapped off a southwest airlines flight on tuesday leading to the death of a passenger we have more from cbs's mark rosenberg typically the period of time that you would use an inspection that would be an ultrasonic type of inspection which is nondestructive would be about fifteen thousand cycles so the air worthiness directive will be looking at this the engine's manufacturer recommended the inspections almost a year ago and european regulators ordered their airlines do the same last month we're hearing this morning from a relative of jennifer weird and the woman killed when she was partially sucked out of the window of that southwest airlines flight we're joined now with wbz's carl stevens with that story carl josh marianne reardon is the sisterinlaw of jennifer bearden she lives in from diaster not too long ago about fifteen minutes ago i talked to her i asked her about the family's reaction to what happened to jennifer we're in shock this is a tragic loss words cannot describe what happened what can you tell us about jennifer she was a wonderful person she was just a genuine loving full of life this is all so sudden and bizarre josh she really wasn't sure what to say at the end of our brief conversation she did say we're trying to make sense of a situation that doesn't make any sense carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time eight ten rapper cardi b apparently i said it right on social security that according to vermont senator bernie sanders cardi b is right we've got to protect social security for all generations the bodak yellow wrapper said in a g q interview last week that former president franklin d roosevelt was the real make america great again because he created social security senator sanders said on twitter yesterday he agrees with cardi b that the federal insurance program needs to be strengthened in order to make america great bbc news time eight eleven time for us to.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on Here & Now
"Yes mother valley law abiding gun owners to keep their guns or acquire guns we can find things that were to do both robin the new thing which i think is very very important because it's an endorsement by the secretary of h h s of the scientific approach so coming from a republican member of the trump administration what he says is really important the endorsement of the secretary is very important and the next step will be to appropriate some funds we did such miraculously job apply eyeing science to preventing motor vehicle deaths in this country we saved half a million live seatbelts seat belts airbags side airbags head bigs fronton collision protection rollover protection elevated brake lights we can do the same thing and we did it all without banning cars they're more cars on the road now than ever in the history of the earth be can do it we can do it for road safety we can do it for gun safety but this language makes clear is that it's not either or like the nra told us twenty years ago we can do both the secretary recognizes we can do both the only way to find those things is through research so it's time to get started there's too many lives at stake that's dr mark rosenberg doctoral lemberg thank you so much my pleasure robin thanks for addressing this important problem.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on KQED Radio
"One of the leaders of today's march for our lives tomorrow unweakened addition sunday dr mark rosenberg he oversaw gun violence research at the cdc in the nineteen nineties when they were still doing that work and they'll be asked about new language in the spending bill that could restart that research recent revelations that a voter targeting firm harvested the personal data of some fifty million facebook users have left many people on that social network feeling uneasy as npr's laura sydell reports there are some ways to better protect your personal data but ultimately they may be limited shana carlisle roy is a part time student living in a remote area of northern california she's on facebook but she's uncomfortable with its privacy policies i felt trapped with the site because it's such a form of connection i kind of dependent on carlisle roy spoke to npr over skype she does try and use facebook's privacy settings but it's not so easy here expected to go and try to research yourself read through all the fine print and it's still really elusive there are a few things you can do let's start with apps cambridge analytica got the user data through a researcher who had an app apps are one way your facebook information winds up outside of its walls when you use an app for game survey or anything you're sharing your data there is a way to stop this emory roan is with the privacy rights clearinghouse immediately users cannon certainly should go to their facebook page and check their connected apps go to settings click on apps click on apps websites and plug ins you got that and then you can just deny access to all apps that straightforward or you can deny access to certain details about yourself your religion your family connections your interests if you have facebook on your phone turn off location services if it's asking for your location information all the time or when the app is up maybe send it to only when.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of today's march for our lives tomorrow unweakened addition sunday dr mark rosenberg he oversaw gun violence research at the cdc in the nineteen nineties when they were still doing that work and they'll be asked about new language in the spending bill that could restart that research the recent revelations that a voter targeting firm harvested the personal data of some fifty million facebook users have left many people on that social network feeling uneasy as npr's laura sydell reports there are some ways to better protect your personal data but ultimately they may be limited shana carlisle roy is a part time student living in a remote area of northern california she's on facebook but she's uncomfortable with its privacy policies felt trapped with the site because it's such a form of connection i come dependent on her lyle roy spoke to npr over skype she does try and use facebook's privacy settings but it's not so easy you're expected to go and try to research yourself through all the fine print and it's still really elusive there are a few things you can do let's start with apps cambridge analytica got the user data through a researcher who had an app apps are one way your facebook information winds up outside of its walls when you use an app for a game a survey or anything you're sharing your data there is a way to stop this emory roan is with the privacy rights clearinghouse immediately users can certainly should go to their facebook page and check their connected apps go to settings click on apps click on apps websites and plug ins you got that and then you can just deny access to all apps that straightforward or.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Sad story a bridge collapsed in florida miami dade county miami area of course florida international university brand new bridge weighed nine hundred fifty tonnes was just installed five days ago they were doing it stress test and then the worst possible thing happened yes a stress test what exactly is that and why was it being done when it was being in the rubble of vehicle belonging to an engineering firm which does such stress tests that company did not return calls asking me if it was conducting those tests and overnight florida senator marco rubio tweeting the cables that suspend that bridge loosened and the engineering firm ordered that they be tightened they were being tightened when it collapsed mark rosenberg with f i you he was asked why this area wasn't cleared beforehand assume that they believe it was a routine normal tasks but that's what the investigation is gonna determine absolutely unacceptable your stress testing a bridge a nine hundred fifty tunbridge you're in what day sex after the original installation you're kind of tweaking things you're tightening cables you don't you don't do that with with live traffic underneath i don't care what the situation was and if that was a busy street whatever you don't risk people's lives while you're doing those kinds of things for a very very heavy bridge i don't understand the process here and i've been around construction projects the way it works nowadays is over careful they take incredible precautions to make sure things like this don't happen in this case through all that out the window said oh we can have traffic going by while we're doing stress tests worst possible decision could make and frankly unacceptable there's going to be heads that role on this and the six people that died didn't have to die and you when you read and hear stories like this common sense did not prevail here i understand it was a dynamic bridge a new design all those things but you gotta make sure that what you're doing here is safe to do those kinds of tests on a bridge that was unique apparently had never been done in that style that weight being.
Austin explosions: ‘Serial bomber’ hunted after tripwire sets off 4th blast
"Wine and more komo seattle komo fm oakville what's happening now we're coming up junction sites could soon be banned in the county with the highest drug addiction rate i'm corwin hake with the case for and against deputies let go now they're suing i'm brian calvert with the he said he said that's come to a head in pierce county those stories and much more as well as of course traffic on the fours every ten minutes on the fours and looked forecast at the last day of winter it's all coming up here now live to abc at nine o'clock from abc news i'm scott goldberg officials believe trip wire may have triggered the latest explosion in austin texas seriously injuring two men and they say there appear to be similarities between this attack and three others this month we are clearly dealing with what we expect to be a serial bomber at this point police chief brian manley he says the most recent victims were walking along the side of the road when they accidentally set off the explosion last night police are asking for surveillance video from nearby homes and there is a one hundred fifteen thousand dollar reward being offered for information leading to an arrest students are back at florida international university less than a week after that deadly pedestrian bridge collapse on the first day back from spring break hearts are heavy fau president mark rosenberg asking students staff and the community to reflect on the six lives lost at one forty seven the moment the pedestrian bridge plunged to the ground last thursday join us forever you are keep the victims and the families in your thoughts it'll be a blood drive on the campus tomorrow and a vigil wednesday this afternoon in orlando attorneys for one of the victims injured in the.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"This afternoon sunshine a high of seventy four pretty gorgeous day tomorrow lots of sunshine and a high up to seventy nine for the afternoon high from the twelve news forecast center i'm james can yoenis illness for ktar news at eight thirty three it is fifty seven degrees in our to keep dps officer attacked during a traffic stop early this morning into happened near twenty seven th avenue in thomas the trooper has had injuries four people are in custody the latest on the deadly pedestrian bridge collapsed on the campus of florida international university school president mark rosenberg says they're cooperating with investigators have a sense of urgency about getting to the bottom of this accident and we are cooperating and assisting with authorities there'll be a moment of silence at one forty seven eastern time this afternoon for the six people who died there families and others who were affected the fbi needs your help biting the man and woman known as the criss cross bandits glenn milner with the fbi believes the to have committed eight separate bank robberies in arizona since last fall because spinach because they take turns in going in and robbery in the bank the one time it'll be the mail going into rob the bank and the next time it'll be the female so they're taking turns so we're calling them the criss bandits you can see their photos at ktar dot com as soon as today air is governor doug ducey couldn't fail tighter gun control measures daniel scarpinato with the governor's office tells ktar one proposal that's being flooded is restraining order for people who shouldn't have guns people would be able to actually go through a process of fast process to file a petition that that person can't have firearms ducey's also proposing adding more school.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on KOMO
"Trust komo news here's what's coming up turn it off and get a reward i'm brian calvert with the companies asking you to do the impossible in exchange for prizes first abc news at eight thirty austin after a fourth bomb goes off in less than a month police giving an update on their investigation just moments ago we have seen similarities in the device that exploded here last night and the other three devices that have exploded in austin starting on march second costume police chief brian manley officials say two men in their early twenty set off an explosive devices they walked along the side of a road police believe it was rigged with a trip wire the men are white the victims are in this case unlike victims of color in the past three attacks students are back at florida international university for the first time since last week's deadly pedestrian bridge collapse i president mark rosenberg has asked for a moment of silence at one forty seven pm the exact moment the bridge came down last thursday president trump heads to new hampshire this afternoon to talk about the opioid crisis he's expected to suggest stricter penalties for drug dealers including up to the death penalty the dow's down more than two hundred points scott goldberg abc news the northwest only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven eight thirty one right now monday morning starting to see some sunshine in some parts of western washington here in seattle stool a few clouds mixed in and it's thirty nine degrees scrag hersholt i'm manda factor here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly florida international university is holding a moment of silence this afternoon for the six people killed in last week's collapse of a newly installed pedestrian bridge the victims were in vehicles crushed by the nine hundred fifty tonnes structure as it fell onto a six lane road at a stoplight in miami the school says the bridge gave way hours after engineers met with state and university officials to discuss cracking in the structure at that meeting they concluded the cracking was not a safety concern mark rosenberg is f i use president we have a sense of urgency about getting to the bottom of this accident and we are cooperating and assisting with authorities that investigators say they don't yet know if the cracking played a role in the bridge collapse president trump will be in new hampshire today to unveil his threepart plan to combat opioid addiction anthony brooks with member states wbz you are reports i prevention including a strategy to rain in the over prescribing of opioids second expanding evidence based treatment and third stepping up law enforcement and drug interdiction including cracking down on international drug cartels the president who has previously called for the death penalty for high impact drug dealers will do so again in new hampshire when he lays out his plan the president speaks in manchester i'm dave mattingly in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york the de blasio administration is urging haitian and salvadorian new yorkers to reregister for an immigration program to avoid lapses in.
All 6 victims from Florida bridge collapse identified
"From abc news i'm dave packer police are trying to figure out who's behind the latest explosion in austin texas two people were hurt investigators say the city's fourth blast this month may have been caused by a trip wire the previous incidents involved package bombs that killed two people often resident crystal afoot says she's telling her child to be careful i think we're all more aware than how we will catch them thanks i'm definitely going to stress it more at our child to of anything that you see out of the ordinary you know just instantly report it president trump wrapping up as a tack on special counsel robert muller's russia investigation the president fired office series of tweets this weekend abc's tarapoto mary is at the white house trump have consistently undermined the investigation but this latest direct shot at muller comes his lead attorney is calling for the case to be shutdown lawmakers on both sides of the aisle warning trump that firing muller we'll have severe consequences but the white house reportedly saying there are no plans to fire muller students at florida international university returned to school today for their first classes since the tragic bridge collapse that killed six in a video on the school's official twitter feed f i you president mark rosenberg announced a moment of silence for the victims today at one forty seven pm to mark the moment that bridge came down and said the universities cooperating with the investor negation into the collapse we have a sense of urgency about getting to the bottom of this accident and we are cooperating and assisting with authorities for now the street the breach crashed onto will remain closed president trump heading to new hampshire today to announce his plan to combat opioid drug addiction nationwide calls for stiffer penalties for drug traffickers including the death penalty where appropriate under current law the plan also includes education programs and expanding access to drug addiction treatment you're listening to abc news your top local stories from.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Should not have happened and it's really a sad commentary on something that could could have been completely avoided that's number two of our four at ten that's next wtmj ten fourteen he's video with you on this friday we're in the middle of the four at the four biggest stories that we see it across the walkie the state and you can win those realtor home and garden show tickets if you're the right number caller and if you can correctly identify all four of the four at ten this is a sad story a bridge collapsed in florida miami dade county the miami area of course florida international university a brand new bridge weighed nine hundred fifty tonnes was just installed five days ago they were doing a stress test and the worst possible thing happened be tightened they were being tightened when it collapsed mark rosenberg is with you he was asked why this area wasn't cleared beforehand assume that they believe it was a routine normal tasks but that's what the investigation is going to determine absolutely unacceptable your stress testing a bridge a nine hundred fifty tunbridge you're in what day six after the original installation you're kind of tweaking things you're tightening cables you don't you don't do that with with live traffic underneath i don't care what the situation was and if that was a busy street whatever you don't risk people's lives while you're doing those kinds of things for a very very heavy bridge i don't understand the process here i've been around construction projects the way it works nowadays is there over careful they take incredible precautions to make sure things like this don't happen in this case seems like they threw all that out the window said oh we can have traffic going by while we're doing your stress tests worst possible decision you could make and frankly unacceptable there's going to be heads at role on this and the six people that died didn't have to die and you when you read and hear stories like this common sense did not prevail here i understand it was a dynamic bridge a new design all those things but you gotta make sure that what you're doing here is safe and to do those kinds of tests on a bridge that was unique apparently had never been done in.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Mark rosenberg the president of the university said i've not spoken directly to munira construction but i'm satisfied that the testing that was occurring was consistent with best practices i'm not an engineer so i'm not privy to those details i know the test occurred today and i know i believe that they did not prove to lead anyone to the conclusion that we would have this kind of result of course not why would they put it up if they thought this was going to happen don sherbert writing about this as a project took five years from the time the federal government approved the grant in two thousand thirteen until this span was installed on saturday an outstanding example of the abc method now in two thousand thirteen florida international university was awarded and eleven point four million dollar grant in tiger mummy for its university city prosperity project which included this bridge some fifty two projects were awarded four hundred and fifty eight million dollars in that round of tiger grants this was known as tiger five using methodology later criticized by the government accountability office for violating the standards of the department of transportation so what do we have here we have a bridge that went up we have a bridge that came down we have tiger obama administration funding we've got new engineering techniques that survived a bunch of testing but didn't survive reality it's all done to supposedly speed up the building an implementation of these projects yet this bridge a pedestrian bridge over five years the empire state building was built in five years the golden gate bridge was built in fact this a pedestrian bridge and they're proud that they built it in five years and it still didn't stand obama had to prove his infrastructure program was working don't you know that we have claims that with this kind of action that we can't afford to have any money spent on the wall why this is this is clearly obvious to so many people it just can't escape these people politicizing virtually everything it doesn't matter who dies how many people die everything has to have a political component and if these people have their way republicans or conservatism are gonna get blamed for all our part of every one of these incidents justice america's anchorman rush i network rush limbaugh newsradio one hundred two point nine this is the stifle stock market report steve steeple wealth management and investment banking time.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Breaking news weather and traffic twenty four hours a day team coverage starts now eight thirty so this just happened we have a red alert ed torrence what is the problem here at your this a major crash on state road four seventeen southbound near the turnpike all southbound through lanes are blocked traffic just squeezing by on the left shoulder causing some very heavy delays there take osceola parkway or five twenty as your alternates it is going to be sunny and seventy seven later this afternoon we have a high fire danger back into the eighties as we get into the weekend our top story this morning we're following breaking news is started from the left side of the bridge and it really shocked me because all of those people into the bridge they're on such a tough story this morning six people now six people are dead at least ten more are injured following a pedestrian bridge collapse on the campus of florida international university just horrible joe a thousand tons of concrete crushing eight cars this morning it's been called a recovery operation ntsb investigators flew into miami last night but it could still be days before they can begin their work determining what happened there is irie stillness for such an incredible mess miami dade police detective alvarez said the recovery work must be slow and careful that bridge whatever's left of it is very very unstable he said it's unknown what or who may be underneath all the concrete five bodies were recovered from the record so far a sixth victim died at the hospital all we can do is promise a very thorough investigation getting to the bottom of this and mourn those who we've lost florida international university president mark rosenberg called it a dark day aaron katersky abc news miami news ninety six five wbz b o where orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic channel nine meteorologist rusty mcranie we've got.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Live from npr news in washington i'm korva coleman officials with the miami dade police department have increased the death toll from yesterday's pedestrian bridge collapsed near miami six people have been killed by the falling bridge and ten others have been hospitalized rescuers have now changed their work into a recovery effort the bridge was at florida international university where mark rosenberg is president all we can do is promise a very thorough investigation getting to the bottom of this and mourn those who we've lost the bridge was supposed to open next year as a safe way to cross a busy street the national transportation safety board is sending a team of specialists to investigate they'll start work this morning us officials say that national security adviser h r mcmaster will soon depart his position at the white house it could be within a month or two mcmaster and president trump have reportedly had a strained relationship npr's tom bowman told npr's morning edition the white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders says there are no present changes to announce she said i just spoke to the president general hr mcmaster contrary to reports they have a good working relationship there are no changes at the national security council of course she didn't say there won't be any change npr's tom bowman he reports that officials are exploring possible jobs within the us army for mcmaster but there is no obvious job that is appropriate for his stature nor or is there a clear successor to him as national security adviser.
Vietnam prepares to mark 50th anniversary since massacre
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm korva Coleman officials with the Miami Dade police department have increased the death toll from yesterday's pedestrian bridge collapsed near Miami six people have been killed by the falling bridge and ten others have been hospitalized. Rescuers have now changed their work into a recovery effort. The bridge was at Florida international university where Mark Rosenberg is president. All we can do is promise a very thorough investigation getting to the bottom of this. And mourn. Those who we've lost the bridge was supposed to open next year as a safe way to cross a busy street. The National Transportation Safety board is sending a team of specialists to investigate. They'll start work this morning. US officials say that national security adviser H R McMaster will soon depart his position at the White House. It could be within a month or two, McMaster and President Trump have reportedly had a strained relationship NPR's. Tom Bowman told NPR's morning edition, the White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee. Sanders says, there are no present changes to announce. She said, I just spoke to the president general HR McMaster contrary to reports. They have a good working relationship. There are no changes at the national Security Council. Of course, she didn't say there won't be any changes NPR's, Tom Bowman. He reports that officials are exploring possible jobs within the US army for McMaster, but there is no obvious job that is appropriate for his stature, nor. Is there a clear successor to him as national security adviser. A US. Combat helicopter has crashed in western rock with seven, American service members aboard, NPR's Jane Arraf has more a Pentagon. Spokesman tells NPR all seven crew members are believed to have been killed. When the helicopter hit a Power line in western L bar province US central command said, other US forces were conducting search and rescue operations and investigating the cause of the crash Thursday. The Iraqi military said the helicopter and crew had been supporting Iraqi forces in the outcome area near the Iraq Syria border. When it crashed for technical reasons, the US has about five thousand troops in Iraq, supporting Iraqi forces in the fight against ISIS. ISIS has been mostly driven out of Iraq and Syria. But the group still is believed to have a presence in Iraq's western desert Jane Arraf, NPR news, Cairo. Russian news agencies are reporting that Moscow will now add more Americans to their blacklist of sanctions. It's in retaliation for US decision on Thursday to sanction several Russian people and entities for Russian interference in US elections, and for cyber attacks in Syria. Syrian Kurds report that Turkey is attacking the northern town of a freeing. They say, at least eighteen people have been killed. Turkey is trying to push back the Syrian Kurds from the border Turkey. Considers them a terrorist organization. You're listening to NPR. The business company belonging to President Trump says it has been turning over documents for months to the special counsel who was looking into Russian interference in US elections. The New York Times reported on Thursday that special counsel Robert Muller had sent a subpoena to the Trump organization that sought documents, including those related to Russia. Muller's office has not commented. The White House spokeswoman says they will continue to cooperate today. Vietnam is marking the fiftieth anniversary of the meal massacre where US soldiers killed more than five hundred people. Michael Sullivan reports the thermonuclear was held at the site that's now a memorial to the victims. Many of them elderly men, women and children killed fifty years ago today by US soldiers who were sent on a mission to confront the Viet Cong found none and turn their weapons on the villagers. Instead, the Thermo was attended by survivors, their families and a collection of US Vietnam war veterans among others. Some of the Vietnamese spoke of over. Coming, their pain in a spirit of forgiveness. Some of the Americans expressed what one called remorse, regret and sorrow for what took place in and around me lie for NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan. Royat Thailand. The United Nations. Staff engineers say they have called a strike for today. They're action means that the Human Rights Council and other UN meetings at the UN's European headquarters will be closed today. The UN staff is angry over a seven and a half percent salary cut last year. They say they're also upset about deteriorating working conditions. I'm korva Coleman. NPR news.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on WJR 760
"Seven hundred sixty wjr news news time five thirty two good morning i'm dick hafner well a stress test was being done on a pedestrian bridge that had just been constructed near miami when it collapsed fell on people and several people were killed local and state and federal agencies are on the scene of the rubble now at the florida international university here's reporter rory o'neill in miami it's the question everyone is asking how could this have happened witnesses who saw the nearly two million pound bridge crash down onto eight lanes of traffic are still in disbelief this was completely recently installed this is just ridiculous and i can't even begin to imagine what the families that have lost people in this horrific accident florida senator marco rubio promises a thorough investigation into the bridges design construction and installation don't get details on an engineering and scientific level as to what the errors were and what led to this catastrophic collapse meanwhile florida governor rick scott says the state will be there for the victims and their families we're gonna everything we can to take care of the individuals i've told everybody the state will provide whenever we sources possible the massive bridge was built at the site of installed just last week at the bridge was about strength and unity about being good neighbours with the city of sweetwater florida international university president mark rosenberg says the span was supposed to bring the school and the town of sweetwater closer together now we're feeling immense sadness and controllable sadness and our hearts go out to all those affected their friends and their families the florida highway patrol cannot predict how long it will take to clear the scene and investigate this disaster rory o'neill miami and the latest information from the scene is that six people were killed in that bridge collapse wpro news time five thirty four many socalled human capital management solutions are actually just stitched together applications that don't even talk to one another but with cronos.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"To give florida international university students of safe route across a busy roadway in a sudden catastrophic failure the bridge crash down across eight lanes of highway yesterday flattening cars and killing at least four people if i you president mark rosenberg all we can do is promise very thorough investigation getting to the bottom of this and mourn those who we've lost nine people had been pulled from the rebel by evening including two who required immediate surgery special counsel robert muller has subpoenaed the trump organization for documents related to his investigation into whether donald trump's associates colluded with russia's efforts to interfere in the presidential election an attorney for the trump organization says the organization has been voluntarily producing documents to the special counsel for months referring to reports of a subpoena being issued he called it old news but didn't directly confirm the issuance of the subpoena president trump has reportedly decided to replace his national security adviser h r mcmaster but the move is not expected to be made immediately the washington post says trump is considering several possible replacements including former us ambassador to the un john bolton and keith kellogg the chief of staff of the national security council prosecutors in houston have started an investigation to determine if criminal charges are warranted follow the death of a puppy that was forced into an overhead bin on a flight earlier this week united airlines says a flight attendant who ordered the passenger to put her pet carrier in the overhead bin aboard a houston to new york flight monday didn't know there was a dog inside the family that owned the dog and other passengers contradicted the airlines account saying the dog sparks were audible from inside the bin and we have our first major upset of the.
Man gets 30 years for road rage killing of ex-NFL player Joe McKnight
"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from REI. What is your? But that's the question REI co. Op is asking this season with gear classes, expert advice and adventure trips REI can help you overcome any excuses to find your way outside. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens authorities in Miami Dade County are trying to identify at least four people killed in the collapse of a pedestrian bridge at Florida international university. Several people have been rescued and county fire, chief Juan Perez says crews are using high tech equipment and sniffing dogs for any signs of more survivors realized that this is going to be a long long process because to get through that raw bowl and you know the pieces of concrete, they're laying there is not going to be an easy task. If I you president, Mark Rosenberg says there did not appear to be any problems with the installation of the bridge, which was still under construction Russia's deputy foreign minister says his country will add more Americans to its blacklist. The threat coming a day after the Trump administration slapped new sanctions on nineteen Russian citizens and five entities in response to meddling in the twenty sixteen election and cyber attacks against U A systems. The move comes a day after the administration, joint US allies in blaming Russia over recent nerve agent attack which Moscow denies President Trump is standing by his false claim that the US has a trade deficit with Canada as NPR's timber, Keith reports. The president made the assertion at a private fundraiser earlier in the week. The fundraiser audio was obtained and I reported on by the Washington Post and NBC news in it. Trump replays a conversation he had with Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau about trade starting by quoting Trudeau. We have no trade very proud because everybody else getting killed with him. So he's. I said, well, just that you, I didn't even know Trump is incorrect according to the US trade representative in two thousand sixteen the US trade surplus with Canada was twelve point. Five billion dollars in a tweet after the audio came out Trump falsely insisted again that there is a trade deficit that Canadian ambassador to the US responded with a tweet of his own citing the official US numbers tamra, Keith NPR news. A former WalMart executive is suing the company alleging. He was fired for complaining about misleading sales numbers as NPR's. Yuki Noguchi reports. WalMart says, the plaintiff is disgruntled in his loss in filed with the US district court in San Francisco, tree win claims. WalMart deliberately tampered with product labels and customer returns in order to inflate commissions and sales figures it was doing. So he argues in a desperate attempt to regain marketshare long lost to Amazon when had worked in digital sales at both companies. He was fired from WalMart last year. He says soon after raising his concerns about internal controls. He's accusing WalMart of violating whistleblower laws and is seeking punitive and other damages Yuki Noguchi NPR news, Washington on stock markets in Asia shares are mixed hiring Tokyo. This is NPR news. A state grand jury has indicted four people in the alleged hazing, death of Louisiana, state university pledge. The indictments, including one charge of felony. Negligent homicide comes six months after eighteen year old. Maxwell groover died following a night of drinking at five delta data house on LSU campus. Police originally arrested ten people in October prosecutors presented evidence of possible charges against nine in the grand jury. Indicted for Louisiana. Man has been sentenced for killing another motorist during a 2016 sixteen road rage incident that sparked protests over the police response. Ronald Gasser has received thirty years in prison for manslaughter as Teagan Wendelin of member station W W NO reports Yasser had originally faced up to forty years in prison. He argued that he fired in self defense when he shot and killed former NFL running back Joe McKnight in an apparent road rage incidents. The to wolf in and out of traffic and yelled at each. Other for five miles until they eventually pulled over at which went and Gasser says McKnight approached his car threateningly and he shot mcknight's mother, Jennifer McKnight sobbed as she left the courtroom. After hearing the sentence for NPR news, I'm Teagan wins land in New Orleans, former Metropolitan Opera conductor. James LeVine is suing the organization for defamation and breach of contract, the mid fire LeVine on Monday citing credible evidence that he engaged in sexually abusive and harassing behavior. He says the claims are unfounded while the Metropolitan Opera says, Levine's lawsuit is riddled with untruths. I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington.
"mark rosenberg" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"From his mouth you know he said he did nothing but treat that individual like if it was a family member and you'll hear more and more stories as this develops and despite those efforts were probably going to come out with a sad outcome for many in our communities so once again thank you for covering us thank you for being here and police i ask that you do you know that you please cooperate with us and not release information unless it's coming from us so that we know that victims families have been notified mark rosenberg i'm president of fau on behalf of the entire are you community i want to express our condolences to all those family members sons and daughters loved ones involved our prayers our thoughts are with you i want you all to know that this bridge five days ago we were celebrating that it was in the process of being erected this bridge was about collaboration was about hope was about opportunity it was about determination bridge was about strength and unity about being good neighbours with the city of sweetwater bridge was about goodness not sadness now we're feeling immense sadness uncontrollable sadness and our hearts go out to all those affected their friends and their families we're committed to assist in all efforts necessary and our hope is that the sadness can galvanize the entire community to stay the course of course of goodness of hope of opportunity i want to thank the first responders for heroically stepping right in i want to thank all of those who have tempted to be here this this evening to help people in this very very sad situation i now ask the mayor of sweetwater orlando lopez to speak good evening everyone as president rosenberg was saying just last saturday we are actually celebrating the erection and the movement of the bridge over southwest eighth street which was the focal point of the beginning of a transformation where this bridge was going to provide a safe transportation for pedestrians to cross between the university in the city of sweetwater as president was saying this is all about safety and today we are here speaking to you all about eve very tragic event with the collapse of the bridge at one forty eight pm a local resident business owner.