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"marshall county" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast
"You can download the app and episode at owl dash once was lost dot com and read about this and all the other missing person cases at stories of the unsolved dot com. Please also remember that we need the simple step of hitting the five star review which helps us in being found in the apple algorithms. It only takes a few seconds and we would greatly appreciate it. Said we're gonna have to John and jane does. Stories are actually one john and one jane doe stories today so this is the marshall county john doe in on the morning of april fifteenth nineteen ninety-seven seventeen year. Old fisherman was fishing in a rural area in marshall county alabama northwest of arab in a creek off eagle rock drive whilst there he discovered a headless body with its legs bound together at the ankles with ropes in wire ties. Airfresheners were found nearby given the remoteness of the site. It's believed whoever dumped. The body knew the local area. They had to travel down a dirt road just off pleasant valley road and they had to be aware of the greeks likelihood of flooding during rainy periods. It was determined. The deceased had likely died a week. Prior to being found his cause of death was either the result of being shot or stabbed but he also been subjected to others of. Your injuries is hands head and feet had been removed with a saw while his heart and spleen had been surgically removed. It's theorized his organs were removed to hide injuries and destroy potential evidence. The remains were mummified when found and it appeared as though he'd been killed at another site before his body was dumped. The location from evidence found on the creek bank. It's likely was only at the location for three days. The deceased described as a white male between the ages of nineteen and thirty four and he stood at five foot nine inches and weighed approximately a hundred and twenty pounds given his head at been removed. His hair and eye color are currently unknown. Whoever his body hair is described as strawberry. Blonde to obtain a better picture of what john doe looked like when alive the marshall county sheriff's office partnered with para bon nanna labs their report stated. He was likely between twenty and thirty years of age at the time of his. Death lay skinned with freckles. Had blue eyes and his hair was either dark blonde or light brown when found. He was wearing a blue green in grave. Vertically striped faded. Glory short sleeved pullover in size. Thirty two you by thirty levi-strauss five. Oh one jeans it appeared..
"marshall county" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"W H. A S top story. A guilty plea in the Kroger shooting. Gregory Bush today pleaded guilty to murder and other charges for the shooting deaths of two people at her Kroger store in Jefferson town in 2018. As part of the plea agreement, Bush was sentenced to life in prison without parole. Governor Bashir today met with the White House coronavirus response coordinator, Bashir says he and Dr Deborah Burkes discussed Kentucky's vaccination plans. We appreciate Dr Burke's and her expertise. We appreciate the fact that their national data is saying the same things that are our state data. Are and we appreciate her support and the very difficult decisions that we have to make related Toe Cove in 19 to protect the people around us. The governor says he plans to get a covert 19 vaccination next week, depending on when the Moderna vaccine arrives in the state. This year will hold another covert briefing this afternoon at four o'clock and you can hear it live on news radio 8 40 wh A yes Indiana post its fewest new coronavirus cases and more than two weeks. 4347 cases air down, But the Health department reported the most new covert 19 deaths in 14 days. With 129. The positivity rate falls for 1/6 straight day to 12.5% 80 counties have positivity averages above 10%, including 29 above the 15% Red Line. Whitley County has Indiana's highest positivity averaged. 21%. Marshall County is lowest at 6%..
"marshall county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Week, August 21st our 32nd season will still have all the highlights across the central Alabama. The high school action. It'll start in 10 25. Now to our first check the weather for this half our chief meteorologist GPS GPS promised. We got rain today and look for more of the same. Yes, apparently went out there in parts of the area tonight, especially Marshall County parts of blunt and also ST Clair County. We're gonna continue to see that rain shift down to the south of later on this evening and at least a few areas. We're not expecting any kind of severe weather, but it is going to be a wet and that big windstorm across the Midwest. It is still plowing through this thing. He has caused all kinds of damage. Severe thunderstorm watch still in effect, and this is in effect until midnight. I go back, and I just look at the wind reports and this system has been an amazing whether producer not in a good way. First overt storms impacts this week and what we're expecting here at home. 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. The timing heavy rain. We'll be looking at gusty winds and the potential there for the whitening and the hail. It doesn't look like anything's going to be real, widespread until Thursday or Friday, Thursday and Friday. Both very elevated rain and thunderstorm chances across the area. We'll see you back here in just a few minutes with her seven a forecast. New 10 A group of Jefferson County parents gathering in front of the school board tonight pushing for students to come back to school in person Now, Cassie FAM, bro tonight on why these parents believe their kids. Are better off.
At least 7 dead as tornadoes touch down in southern states
"Damage assessments in parts of the south after more tornadoes killing at least seven people yesterday one victim was in Marshall county Oklahoma we had a little bit time notice to let people know so they were able to get to their safe place Robert Cheney is the local emergency manager outside Houston in Polk County Texas three were killed when a tornado touched down and a Louisiana woman died when struck by one on a bridge outside
"marshall county" Discussed on KOMO
"Twenty minutes of non stop news starts now here's what's coming up I'm Corwin hate Washington's construction industry says let us work just like we are in forty five other states why not just replace it I'm Brian Calvert with that and the other public comments during the forum on a major bridge closure for traffic and weather coming up in four minutes but first we check in with ABC news good morning it's six o'clock from ABC news Cherie Preston other four point four million Americans out of work and applying for unemployment benefits the labor department just released last week's tally here's ABC's Aaron Katersky the number of new claims for unemployment insurance now totals twenty six million in the last five weeks as the corona virus pandemic ravages the nation's economy the job loss has been uneven six in ten Hispanic adults say they or someone in their household has lost a job because of coronavirus and while millions have applied for benefits many states are still struggling to make the payments Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell saying this week he thinks states should file for bankruptcy over borrowing money from the federal government New Jersey governor Phil Murphy's response to that come on man that is completely and utterly irresponsible there's no level of responsibility associated with that I don't care what party you're in Georgia governor Brian campus still planning on allowing some businesses to re open starting tomorrow even though president trump is pushing back on the idea he has a doctor's disease specialist Dr Anthony Fauci agrees with him you know if I were advising the governor I would tell him that he should be careful and I would advise him not to just turn the switch on and go because there is a danger of a rebound the director of the federal agency working on a coronavirus vaccine Dr Richard bright says he was moved out of his department because he opposes that malaria drug touted by the president as being effective against covert nineteen Dr bright in a statement he released after being transferred to another agency declared I am speaking out because to combat this deadly virus science not politics or cronyism has to lead the way A. B. C.'s Alex per shade deadly twisters across the south overnight the sound from Marshall county.
"marshall county" Discussed on KTOK
"Delay yesterday afternoon the twister also critically injured a third person a Marshall county emergency management officials as one of the victims died at J. and I. manufacturing and the other victim's body was found next to a road near JNI governor Kevin stiff wants to start re opening Oklahoma as early as tomorrow this is a careful and measured approach designed to protect the most vulnerable people safely easy Oklahomans back from work the governor says hair salons nail salons and barber shops will be allowed to open by appointment only starting tomorrow as long as they adhere to strict sanitation protocol that are not in communities that have closing restrictions in place he says if covert nineteen numbers remain stable then on may first restaurant dining rooms movie theaters gems and churches will be allowed to re open bars will remain close despite governor states moved to start re opening some businesses Oklahoma City mayor David Holt's as Oklahoma city's shelter in place proclamation will remain in place through April thirtieth and so will the closure of personal care services it's the same story in Tulsa Stillwater and Norman where mayor Bret Clark says the governor may be willing to risk lives by moving forward without proper testing or a plan for contact tracing but she says she's not there are reports that China has lied about the corona virus to raise fears in the United States tray yanks explains a new report in The New York Times does say China may have been behind some of the disinformation.
"marshall county" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Wanting to reopen nonessential businesses by tomorrow I disagree strongly resist researcher to open certain facilities which are in violation of the phase one guidelines profit adding that he did speak with governor Brian comes about it but that camp must ultimately do what he thinks is best for Georgia residents the mayor of Las Vegas is facing backlash after saying casinos should re open despite the state lockdown the death toll is rising after tornadoes hit parts of Texas and Oklahoma yesterday at least two people were killed in Marshall county Oklahoma in Polk County Texas a tornado killed three and injured thirty others and one person was killed in floodwaters out east of fort worth Texas governor Greg Abbott says response teams are being deployed this is USA radio news attention all radio listeners who still need food supplies if you thought about the implication of food related supply chain disruptions and are concerned about the coming quarantines this will be the most important message you will ever hear here's why in the next few days all Americans will face extremely hard choices if we've learned anything from China and Italy interested quarantines and enforce lockdowns are just a few days away here in the US listen while dehydrated food is becoming scarce you can still get enough open pollinated heirloom seeds to grow one acre crisis garden the truth is growing in dense vegetables in the days ahead may actually be the single most important thing you do go to survival seed bank dot com and watch the new video to understand the nature of the threat this could be lifesaving.
"marshall county" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Kemp and his plan to re open some nonessential businesses tomorrow the president says he'll leave it up to the governor says his decisions are guided by input from state health officials within twenty tornadoes reported since late yesterday in the south five people killed homes and businesses damaged in Polk County Texas in Marshall county Oklahoma and the threat is moving east folks in the in the predawn hours in an early morning cross southern Mississippi southern Alabama for panhandle should be ready to take shelter for warning is issued and have at least two ways to get warmer let's be religious Roger Edwards of the National Weather Service storms forecast center tornadoes reported on the ground in southwest Mississippi within the last hour Asian stock markets closing Thursday mixed Dow futures have dealt slipped into negative territory crude oil futures up just over a dollar America is listening to fox news you've seen the rest now see the best at Tucson window indoor right now you'll save during our biggest sale ever save fifteen percent on your entire purchase plus an additional one hundred dollars on every window and door to some windows doors locally owned and operated you'll never get over the top prices by aggressive sales people who won't leave your home will always treat you fairly and with respect check out our numerous testimonials and positive reviews for the best products at the best prices specially engineered for two sons harsh elements remember to sign window and door financing options are available members say fifteen percent plus an additional one hundred dollars on every window and door during our biggest your ability to some window and door dot com to schedule your free estimate today that see some window and door dot com or call two nine eight two nine eight two zero six nine five so reports that China is targeting Americans in a disinformation campaign about the global pandemic as American business ground to a halt team frightening text messages of a national lockdown they will announce.
"marshall county" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"marshall county" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"marshall county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Weekends has died in state conservation officers say the one year old died early yesterday morning and it has all happened Saturday night at lake of the woods in Marshall county authorities say at the baby's family was in the in a birthday party when I noticed a back door open and the child missing the family found the baby floating in eighteen inches of water five to ten minutes later an autopsy will confirm exactly how the child died a local restaurant is using this week to help the family of a woman and her twin daughters killed on I four sixty five restaurant is the tried and true ale house in this is for the family of a lot of Coons music Stanley Johnson joins us now to tell us why the workers there said they felt compelled to do something and and how everyone can help ME Hey good morning employees at tried and true ale house is say they felt close to the cause for two reasons one the restaurant is on ninety sixth street near keystone app that's just a few miles from where the crash happened in the second two different employees are parents two sets of twins themselves they said after hearing about the crash and then learning how Coons and how young Coons and her daughters were they knew they had to do something for the family the restaurant only plan to have the give back day where percentage of tabs went to the Coons family memorial fund but after posting the date on social media and receiving what employees called an overwhelming number of responses they decided to extend it throughout the weekend director of operations Nick workmen says every employee truly had a part in the idea kind of makes you realize like yeah you never know what's gonna happen and you just think about the second step back and definitely think about things a little.
"marshall county" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Now open. Investigators are still looking into what caused that. Devastating fire at Notre Dame cathedral in Paris and Francis, president is valley to rebuild within five years and update from ABC's James Longman. In Paris, FRANZ is very much. Looking ahead this morning. We've just had been news. They've lost a public competition for someone to design a new spice and excitement about that. But with daylight pouring through the now open roof bind me the destruction is clearer than ever asked covers everything blocks of masonry smashing the pews with the faithful ones knelt the altar now exposed to the elements surrounded by devastation. So what happened while the investigation is underway with the Paris prosecutor fed to interview the workers who will not roof just before the five broke out a crucial piece of the puzzle. Why walls the fi- miss when the Fussell on went off? And the twenty minutes before the second alarm made any difference at tool an incredibly nearly a billion dollars has so far been pledged full the restoration mostly from major companies. But no money yet from the church. The pope this morning, offering his press once again school systems in the Denver area are telling students to stay home today because of the threat posed by an eighteen year old Florida woman, nearly a dozen school. District's have announced they will be closed and bore expected to do. So as police continue to search for soul pays the FBI says the woman expressed an infatuation with the Columbine school shooting and traveled to Denver from Miami. Where she reportedly bought a shotgun in ammunition. A member of President Trump's capped at his in Kentucky today secretary of education. Betsy DeVos will be in Lexington. And Benton, she'll be joining governor Bevin to talk about an anti-violence grant in Marshall county after last year's Marshall county high school shooting, and she'll be in Lexington to host a roundtable discussion and to talk about school choice. If you haven't seen this video yet, you need to marine veteran who collapsed during the Boston marathon and crawled across the finish line. Here's ABC's Sherry Preston. He suffered debilitating cramps just before finishing the Boston marathon. But Michael Herndon? Did it go online was just? The fisheries I really had television at that point rolling the final steps in pain the race dedicated to friends. For phone brothers. Happen when I was over and Afghanstan and and their families as well main goal. He says was to get a good enough time to qualify for the New York City marathon, he didn't but race organizers were watching they say they'll let him run anyway, Sherry Preston. ABC news. Your next news update at eleven thirty. I'm Paul miles dues radio. Eight forty W. H A S, Kentucky, NS, breaking news, weather, and traffic station. One.
"marshall county" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"This has backed shot Marshall county deputy Mississippi at least twice Friday evening is dead of an apparent self inflicted wound. Share of Kenny Dickerson said the man who has not been identified walked out of his house pulled a gun out of shorts and shot himself. The suspect shot a deputy two or three times the rifle and then barricaded himself inside the home. The deputy was taken to a Memphis hospital. His condition is unknown. Americans are getting a clearer picture of what President Trump was suggesting when he said he wanted to get tough on the border. The Washington Post reports that President Trump said the White House is still considering dumping migrants often sanctuary cities because Democrats won't change immigration laws, California. The governor wants to have a lot of people coming in refugees coming in lot of sanctuary cities. So we'll give them to the sanctuary cities. Maybe to take care of if that's the way they want to because we can only hold him under the. Law for twenty days. NBC news is reporting Trump administration officials briefly considered having the military construct and staff to detention camps to house migrants. The man suspected of throwing a five year old child for the third floor balcony of the mall of America was apparently banned from the Minnesota mall from a prior incident. Police say manual, Sean Rhonda was banned after he was charged with throwing items off a balcony and resisting arrest in July twenty fifteen there was another incident knocked-over that year where he was charged for throwing a glass of tea at a woman inside a mall restaurant when she refused to buy him food police said they have not been able to find any connection between Rhonda and the child or the child's family..
"marshall county" Discussed on KTOK
"For stalking and drug charges and in twenty eight a judge had ordered Voyles undergo a mental health evaluation boils released from prison in January twenty. Eleven he was seeking Costa is one year old daughter in a judge had issued an order for a paternity tests. The number of flu deaths in Oklahoma now up to sixty five with more than twenty six hundred people hospitalized, according to the centers for disease control and prevention flu activity in the United States has decreased lightly, but remains elevated it's five months in federal prison for a Texas man who installed credit card skimming devices on gas pumps in the Newcastle area in order to steal People's Credit card information twenty five year old gal Beheira, no of Irving, Texas was sentenced today in Muskogee federal court. He created new credit cards with the information that he stole. And then he used the cards to get cash out of ATM's at the Windstar and border casinos in thacker Ville, and it's a very close call for a helicopter pilot and Marshall county in the far southern part of the state. He made a crash landing yesterday in a farm field near Madel. He wasn't seriously injured the helicopter flipped over and landed. And on its side. The tail section snapped off when it crashed the pilot told emergency personnel. The chopper had a mechanical malfunction some Republicans say it's not needed anymore. The deadline and state law that requires the Oklahoma legislature to fund education by April. I if it's not needed Senate Democratic leader k Floyd says it should be taken off the books. If we have a statutory deadline, which for whatever reasons no longer needed. The remedy is to remove that statute from the books as long as there's a statute on the books that requires a deadline. Then we're obligated to meet that deadline. She says Democrats are trying to continue a dialogue about education funding. If lawmakers don't meet the deadline. There's no penalty the deadline has only been met one time since it was enacted in two thousand three it's still a mystery. Why a man with a big wooden board busted up a chicken shake convenience store. Not have a reason or heaven able to establish a modem as a young man didn't want to talk about anything and didn't didn't do anything other than confirm his name when we were able to you know. Chicken police Lieutenant Scott Weaver. He says twenty five year old Zachary urban was arrested right after the incident Monday night. Fortunately, nobody was hurt. But it's estimated the damage that he caused is in the thousands at.
"marshall county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The sponsor right now. Rain on the way. Oh, yeah. We'll have a high temperature today only in the low forties. And then tonight that low will drop down into. Low forties almost hold steady. We'll say forty two forty three for a high a low near forty tonight. And then for Wednesday rain in the morning high in the upper fifties, partly cloudy, a teeny tiny chance of rain on Thursday. We could catch a little bit of a breather. Then fifty five for high upper fifties on Friday and rain rain seventy on Saturday, but dry sunny sixty on Sunday. Right now, we've got a temperature of thirty three degrees. Wind chill of twenty three. Memphis morning news time is seven thirty three with forest, given Tim van Horne six hundred W R E C ninety two point one FM the iheart radio app. Hello, everybody. Yeah. Whoops. There you go. Sorry about there's a lot of rain in north Mississippi right now that is tracking to the northeast it it it really runs from a line from clarksdale to Oxford tabun Ville, and then and then south of that line there. So if you're like around Grenada Cleveland Aberdeen heading in those directions today, you're going to get wet. But a lot of rain right now in Mississippi. And it's none of that is really I guess the closest to Memphis right now would be like in Marshall county, the southern part of Marshall county maybe disorder county, but love that move into the northeast, but there's a lot more rain behind that. I'm looking over in Arkansas. So get ready. Well, and it looks like rainfall totals force could be popping right around six to eight inches for some areas by the end of.
"marshall county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A search warrant at a home housing suspected drug dealers place, a fifth officer also injured expected to be discharged both suspects in the incident are dead several Alabama schools closed Monday duty due to a flu outbreak Albertville city schools will resume classes on Tuesday Marshall county schools, Bo is city schools in Ville city, schools are expected to resume classes on Wednesday school officials decided to close schools after thirteen percent of the students up from the usual. Ten percent cold out sick, a tragic case involving a fatal helping of leftover spaghetti is regaining attention now. After a doctor featured the two thousand eight death on his pop. Youtube channel according to the initial report published in the journal of clinical microbiology, a student indulgent identified as AJ became sick after eating spaghetti and tomato sauce that had been prepared five days earlier. Here's the catch. The reports author said the spaghetti had been stored at room temperature before the twenty-eight-year-old use the microwave to warm it up. And now he has died. Extreme Arctic cold plunging into the mid west this week creating dangerously cold wind chills and likely dropping temperatures in some cities to their lowest levels in more than two decades. The central and eastern United States have been in the grips of a much colder weather pattern in the second half of January and conditions. This week will be the worst yet by Wednesday and Thursday morning. Lows may reach the minus twenty s in the twin cities. It's matter of fact, it's minus sixty degrees wind chill right there right now with the minus teens in minus twenty s in Des Moines, Iowa, Chicago, and Milwaukee Dr Tim ball with us climatologist. What about global warming? Tim. Good question. It's another end delivered government promise. And and people are becoming aware of that. But we talked about this before George what's going on as the world is cooling down. And but you're not getting that from the mainstream media, and your certainly not getting it from the the people in the United Nations pushing. Human caused global warming.
"marshall county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Good morning. Good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world are George Noory. Welcome to coast to coast AM later on tonight unsolved mysteries. Happy birthday, by the way to my sister Gail. Thanks for putting up with your brother all these years. What's happening? To houston. Police officers fighting for their life in critical condition right now to others remain hospitalized. After two suspects opened fire on a team of officers serving the search warrant at a home housing suspected drug dealers place, a fifth officer also injured expected to be discharged both suspects in the incident. Are dead several Alabama schools closed Monday what he due to a flu outbreak Albertville city schools will resume classes on Tuesday Marshall county schools, Bo is city schools in Israel city. Schools are expected to resume classes on Wednesday school officials decided to close schools after thirteen percent of the students up from the usual. Ten percent called out sick, a tragic case involving a fatal helping of leftover spaghetti is regaining attention. Now. After a doctor featured the two thousand eight death on his popular YouTube channel, according to the initial report published in the journal of clinical microbiology, a student in Belgium identified his AJ became sick after eating spaghetti and tomato sauce that had been prepared five days earlier. Here's the catch. The reports authors said the spaghetti had been store. At room.
"marshall county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"On the go. A man from Indiana accused of killing five people in Florida finally starting to see some sunshine on monument circle. It's twenty three degrees. I'm John Herrick. Here's what's trending ten twenty nine. That's a police are saying about zeppelin Xaver for Marshall county and northern Indiana is first quarter appearance. Was this morning. The day after investigators say he killed five people at SunTrust Bank. In see bring judge Anthony written our said Xavier would stay in custody Xaver, as I stated you have five counts of felony capital murder based on it being a capital of the court is going to hold you. Without Vaughn Zabulis. Xavier was also appointed a public defender during the court appearance. He used to be a prison guard another murder suspect caught this morning in Indianapolis. It began with police chase on the east side near prospect and state streets to schools in the area were on lockdown. But activities are now back to normal for those two schools Americans looking for unemployment benefits have drawn. To levels not seen since November of nineteen sixty nine. The Labor Department said this morning one hundred ninety nine thousand workers filed initial unemployment claims last week, and that's a decrease of about thirteen thousand from the week before analysts say the job market is strong. Even though the partial government shutdown his ongoing. I'm John Herrick on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com. It's ten thirty back to the checks. The people. Rush hour. Buckle up. It's time for the chicks on the right? Speed round. Understanding he wanted to start today sweet round with a grievance. I do have a grievance. It is a local grievance related to our downtown area..
Guinness Opens Its First U.S. Brewery In 64 Years
"Marshall county, high school shooting survivors organized the protest sixteen year old, khloe Hanky claims adults rationalized their decision to invite north by. Seeing that the students are quote just kids kids since what happened at our school we haven't been able to feel kids or. Even act like one Murray state is thirty minutes away, from Marshall county high school where students were killed in a shooting last January north. Told rally-goers children should be protected in schools and promoted the NRA school shield program. That offers consultation and grants for NPR news I'm Cory charbonnet. Marie Kentucky President Trump, is preparing to hold his third rally this week he sent to. Travel to Ohio today NPR's Sarah mccamman reports he's stumping for Republican congressional candidate near Columbus he's campaigning for Troy, Baldursson an Ohio State Senator who's running against democrat Danny O'Connor. In a special election, to fill a seat left open by Republican congressman Pat t berry. He resigned out of his apparent frustration. With the current political. Climate the rally is part of Trump's larger. Push Republicans ahead of. The November midterms and you're listening to NPR news California. Governor Jerry Brown's scheduled to visit Shasta county today with a car, fire in northern California has killed six people and destroyed more than a thousand homes forecasters. Calling for more hot and windy weather in the region, today issuing a red flag warning for extreme fire danger in Europe temperatures are expected to climb, to near record highs. In Portugal today where hundreds of firefighters are battling a forest fire in. The southern part of the country forecasters say. The heat is being driven northward from Africa and they say temperatures in Portugal and. In Spain expected to remain above one hundred degrees Fahrenheit at least until tomorrow Guinness has just opened a new brewery in Maryland NPR's Bill chapel reports it's the company's first US brewery in, decades Guinness is brewing. Beer in America for the first time in more than sixty years. The company that's famous for making stout, closed its last brewery here in one, thousand nine hundred fifty four after Realizing that Americans really really like lager this new, brewery will focus on brewing Guinness blonde lager hoping that becomes a hit in the US. Market Guinness and its parent company Diario also want to, draw big crowds to visit the new brewery which sits between Baltimore and Washington DC Tom day, is the chairman of. De is US beer operation we get one point seven million visitors year. Over at the brewery and Saint James gain. Ireland we're hoping for three hundred thousand people here they've started counting heads now that. The brewery is officially open and pouring pints. Bill chapel NPR news and I'm child Snyder NPR news from Washington Support for NPR comes from indeed used by over three million. Businesses. For hiring more employers can post jobs and. Use three hundred questions to build their short list of preferred candidates learn more, at indeed, dot com, slash higher and the, corporation for public broadcasting.
Over 100 goats run loose in Boise, caught grazing lawns
"Live from NPR news Washington on Giles Snyder. Paul manafort's trial wrapped up its first week with his long time tax prepare taking the stand NPR's miles parks reports. The accountant says he was kept in the dark about Bank accounts. Manafort had overseas still. Ayla says he did Paul manafort's taxes for well over a decade. But he says Manafort never told him about Bank accounts or money yet abroad. Prosecutors say that's because Manafort was using those accounts to bypass the IRS. They say he was spending millions of dollars on custom suits and luxury cars and paying with direct wire transfers from overseas. Metaphors facing eighteen counts of tax and Bank fraud defense attorneys for Manafort, sees being framed base former business partner. Rick gates. Gates is cooperating with investigators and is expected to testify sometime next week, miles parks and pure news, Alexandria, Virginia, a federal judge in Washington as ordered the Trump administration of fully restored DACA the deferred action for childhood arrivals pro. Graham, the judge has rejected the administration's argument that it acted with lawful authority, but he has given the government twenty days to appeal in a separate case. A federal judge in San Diego is holding the Trump administration solely responsible for reuniting migrant children, separated from their parents at the US Mexico border after a lengthy investigation Las Vegas sheriff. Joe Lombardo says the thirties have not been able to establish a motive in last year's mass shooting on the Vegas strip interview with his doctor indicated signs of a troubled mind, but no troubling behavior that would trigger a call to law enforcement without a manifesto or even her note to answer questions. The totality of the information has been gathered, leaves us to only make an educated guess as to the motives of Stephen paddock, us Vegas authorities have released their final report into last October shooting. Paddock, opened fire from thirty second floor, hotel room window firing, more than one thousand bullets, killing fifty, eight people and wounding hundreds more. The NRA's next president. Ever nor spoke at a Republican rally last night and western Kentucky. The invitation sparked an uproar from members of the community that experienced a deadly school shooting less than seven months ago, Corey sharper of member station w. k. MS reports. That's the sound of protesters shouting at days as they walk inside Amory, seeing university auditorium to hear all over north speak in group of Marshall county. High school shooting survivors organized the protest sixteen year old khloe Hanky claims adults rationalized their decision to invite north by saying that the students are quote, just kids. Since what happened on our school. We haven't been able to feel like kids or even act like one Murray state is thirty minutes away for Marshall county high school where two students were killed in a shooting. Last January north told rally-goers their children should be protected in schools and promoted the NRA school shield program that offers consultation and grants for NPR news. I'm Cory, sharper Murray, Kentucky. Yeah, this is NPR news stocks finished the week on an upswing, Steve, Beck nurses DAL rose more than half a percent while the standard and Poor's five hundred climbed nearly as much at the NASDAQ gained an eighth of a percent. Tensions remain a concern, but strong earnings are giving the market resilience Wall Street dipped Wednesday. When the Federal Reserve held interest rates steady but signalled higher rates ahead stocks bounced back Thursday. When a leap in apple shares made it the first firm to reach one trillion dollars in capitalization. The rally continued Friday despite less than expected job gains for the week. NASDAQ is up nearly a full percent while the s. and p. is three quarters of a percent higher. The Dow was up modestly bond yields whose failure to rise with short term rates had worried the fed climbed doodoo increase borrowing to finance, federal budget, deficits for NPR news. I'm Steve Beck ner. It's been almost twenty four hours since residents of a neighborhood in Boise, Idaho woke up to find about one hundred escaped goats grazing in their yards and eating their shrubs, Brooklyn Jarvis lives in the neighborhood in west Boise. And I saw on my phone and mom sent me this picture on goats on our street and commissioned the craziest. There's like thickly goats loose, didn't believe her was like, wait what I was just waking up to my brain is released, slow. Like put on some clothes. I ran out and there's like one hundred goats on our street goats captivated social media before being rounded aunt, they had been clearing weeds from some land for the county when they escaped from their corral. I'm trial Snyder, NPR news.
More U.S. states join lawsuit over online 3-D gun blueprints
"L. Mike urban trout became a hitman today. We'll talk with the show's star Bob Odenkirk and we'll also hear from Giancarlo Esposito who plays drug kingpin. Gus spring Peter Gould. The show's co, creator, and co, show runner and Jonathan banks who plays Mike, who was a cop before he was a fixer. Bank says he's played a lot of cops in his career because I'm not very pretty so I can't play. So I'm either going to be the bad guy or the cop that's coming up on fresh air First the news Live from NPR. News in Washington, I'm Laurie London China's threatening additional tariffs on thousands. Of US goods if Washington goes through with, its latest tariff, threat NPR's tamra Keith reports a. Top White House, economic adviser says President. Trump won't budge when it comes to the, ongoing trade, dispute White House National, Economic Council chairman Larry cudlow is sounding a warning to China following its announcement that it is prepared to impose retaliatory tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth. Of US imports the Chinese had better not underestimate the determination of President Trump to follow through and seek zero tariffs and non-tariff, barriers and subsidies and a level playing field Kudlow was speaking on the. FOX business network it's not clear where the escalating threats of tariffs between the US and China. Go, from here But Kudlow touted progress in trade talks with the European Union and Mexico tamra Keith NPR news more. States or joining. A lawsuit against the federal government over three d printable guns Matt largely of member. Station k. u., t. Austin reports eighteen states and the district of. Columbia are challenging the State Department's decision to, allow a Texas, company to post downloadable plans the. Lawsuit argues the, State Department didn't follow. Proper procedure when it agreed to carve out, an exception, in federal arms export, rules allowing Austin-based defense distributed to post the files the plans can be used by anyone with a commercially available three d printer to make an untraceable. Plastic gun a federal judge has ordered the blueprints taken down pending a hearing in the case later this month they were online, for several days and were downloaded thousands of times plans have now been. Posted on other sites too for NPR news I'm Matt largely the president of the National Rifle Association is speaking tonight at a Republican rally in far west Kentucky where a, deadly school shooting occurred in January a group of Marshall county high school shooting survivors say Oliver North's, visit is quote like rubbing salt on an open wound Taylor Inman, of member station w. k. m. s.. Has more on the planned protest a group of fifteen to seventeen year. Old students are holding a demonstration and silent vigil outside the rally at Murray state university Leila freeze a fifteen year old Marshall, student and says she has faced criticism in. Her community for vocalizing support of gun control I feel like. The more we keep trying moral hopefully be able. To tap into people's hearts and show them what we're fighting for. The local Republican party's hosting north, visit said insensitivity was not their intent w MS Taylor Inman the country is seeking a sustained rise in student activism. Led and inspired. By survivors of the massacre in parkland this is Is NPR from kqed news I'm Tara Siler the two massive fires in Mendocino and lake counties have. Now scorched more than one hundred fifty thousand acres that's more than five times the size of San Francisco firefighters are trying to. Stop the blaze for moving east or a fire earlier this summer forced evacuations and destroyed structures many of the same residents are being forced to leave again the moose lodge in clear lake oaks has served. As an unofficial shelter during the fires and now it's being a vacuum the largest JoAnne sent Andrea says the frequent evacuations are taking a toll I had a few when I was taking finance they were just trembling and then you see them for a. Couple of days and they kind of seem to, relax a little bit and and then like today now it was more panic again like oh my gosh now I got, settled and I have to go. Again and I'm still. Not going home San Andrea and roughly twenty five other people have chosen to stay despite the evacuation orders local. Air regulator Are. Issuing an era advisory today through Sunday warning that winds could push smoke from those fires into the bay area changing wind patterns will continue to be a challenge for firefighters but. Meteorologist Jan null says the temperatures are expected to come down a little. Cubby conditions over the next few days are. Are not going to be as extremists we saw about. A, week ago I mean it's it's go to ward back up again the the temperatures are, going to be you know into. The low one hundred started to, the one hundred a kid sort of. Rage getting a bit of a respite the bay. Area air quality management, district does not plan to call a spare the air alert because air quality is not expected to exceed federal..