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"marshall university" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"So they they. Were telling me dawson. I i worked with this. This this vietnam veteran of this iraq veteran. Ptsd and after. Just five sessions eight sessions of emt olivia. Dsp symptoms went away that flashbacks away. They're nightmares digitize. All the symptoms just disappeared. And i was like happened the speed so i did a small study with a colleague of mine. Whose name is linda jaramillo from marshall university medical school. We did this. Small pilot study found that they had a sixty five percent reduction in those symptoms. In only six sessions. We then did at the. I did myself. I did without lendup. I did a full-scale nationwide randomized controlled trial of the the and we found that in six sessions people's levels of idiocy symptoms dropped by over sixty percent lived then went on fears later to replicate study. Do not like that and find the exact same result as light earlier study and then in two thousand seven. We were knocking at the doors of congress to say. Hey bevins' administration. You guys need to use these energy therapies. That they were shutting the door and say no energy therapies. We like our spirit out of. We're gonna keep a look for appel at an injection wipe out there back there. None of this natural energy stuff you know was like louis is we. We want the pills so We got nowhere with the first few years and so i helped start the veterans stress project. We had project we have therapists coaches. We have empty and we put the two together. And so that's an example of getting smart so here you are having the load state feeling good and then are you useless in the world. Are you unable to do anything about the social problems that little problems climate change species extinction all the problems of today. No you actually become extremely able to do something about them. Our veterans stress project. Now twelve years later we've treated over twenty one thousand veterans free of charge at project..
"marshall university" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"It means that In this business. I've had great coaches and great players and the over under on that, probably in my first year of Notre Dame. I don't think they expected he didn't make it that long. Bc led by the way, 10 3 Before Notre Dame outscore the Eagles 28 6 the rest of the first half. The Irish improved the eight No. Overall seven and opened a CC play Heather damage On Game night with the subject No to Dame finishing unbeaten. I am still honestly a little bit leery about the Friday game at North Carolina. Remember, they've got their last couple games on the road they finished at Wake Forest. That's a postponed game. I don't think they'll have any trouble there. I just think that you know, North Carolina knowing they're well coached team. I think we learned a lot about Notre Dame, though tonight and I do think you are right because Brian Kelly has been talking for weeks now about learning to be consistent. Playing in the championship level being elite and if you beat clubs and you can't lose the Boston College the next week, and they didn't do that, and it was really close, and they kept finding ways to win and eventually pull ahead and get it done, so I don't think they should. But I also don't think that they can relax because it's not going to be easy to go to North Carolina on a Friday night, and when 50 years ago Saturday, the Marshall University football team was heading back from North Carolina when their plane crashed just short of the runway in the worst disaster in U. S Sports History. The devastating plane crash kills 75 members of that thundering herd family. On that anniversary, the 16th ranked thundering herd playing Middle Tennessee from the 28 yard line, the shotgun snap. The Wells has good protection throws deeper. Gamage left side of the end zone, He leaps and Corey Gammas hat. Was a touchdown heard he.
"marshall university" Discussed on Wonderful!
"But sometimes i just i i yeah i don't i don't love the way it makes me feel. I was up until about three thirty last night. Is it connect you back to your journalism days. Do you feel that journalism rush of like. I'm in the middle of it. This is history at all. No because i mean a so. I did a stint as a sort of statewide reporter on the two thousand eight election for mtv news. I don't really talk about that a whole lot. Because it was just such a weird thing. They had representatives. They had like teen representatives not team. I guess like twenty twenty one but they had young representatives from each state covering the state for for the two thousand eight presidential election which was obamas election for the first term and it was so like the writing was so on the ball. Maybe not in west virginia necessarily but like everywhere else that it was. I dunno exciting. I was at marshall university and so like talking to marshall students was like typically like pretty exciting and made me like have to give a shit about the election. In a way that i really hadn't hadn't before because i was coming from i mean the last presidential election. I was coming in from fairly sheltered. Yeah participation the political. I would wasn't particularly political. I was i. Was you know a left leaning. But like when i was like embroiled in the especially like in in in the southern baptist church where we grew up like those. Those leanings weren't necessarily Catered to or nourished or tended to in any kind of way. So yeah the two thousand eight election just like a fucking sugar rush because it was like i'm learning about all these things while also sort of blossoming into my my liberalism and this doesn't feel like that yeah. I don't know how he got off talking about that. But before we get into the re-litigating do you have any small wonders that you are kind of kind of into kind of excited about You know i'm gonna say i'm gonna say Holiday decor okay. It's been a more appealing to me this time around. I was never somebody that you know. Really really went hard in the in the seasonal seasonal trimmings. Yeah but this year. I've found it really helpful and kind of like both like helping our son kind of get get adjusted to time as it pass. Yeah but also to kind of remind myself and make things feel different so we had halloween a little window clings yeah nice talking to griffin about. How maybe we get thanksgiving window. Clings and maybe we call a window. Cling failing rambo comes around. Oh my god criminal an hannukah. How many how many manar an offer each room. Let's go yeah. I think. I'm gonna be pretty insufferable about that this year because we're not doing anything else really for the holidays. So let's get gaudy about it right. You me yeah. I mean I mean video games are pretty good right now. I don't have to say. I mentioned harmonic..
"marshall university" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"61 81 can't center road just north of Ford Road. Operation Freedom, Robin, We're very happy. I know what Marshall University in West Virginia, But you're invited for an interview from you. Name the university. You just mentioned what you just did about being a fiscal conservative. How do you think that would go over at a job interview? Well, I think if the university or the college was hil failed college in Michigan, they might go. Yeah, this is just the one we want. Everybody else would show me the door Operation Freedom Sunday afternoons from 2 to 5 on lamb radio 1600 AM and 92.7. FM. Call me now. 734822 16. Oh, they were next year. Just when you think you can't get any worse. During the Lock down. It's not a quarantine. It's locked on. You have not been quarantined. You've been locked down first time in history, mankind when people that are well have been locked down. And people that are sick..
"marshall university" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"And all of my lectures for my Atlas shrugged course are their online Now I want people to go and see that What we're talking about are the founding principles of our country. How we were founded on the On the Judeo Christian tenants and principles of freedom and liberty and religious freedom. And how are our declaration of independence, you know, relies on and exposes that every single person is endowed by their creator with life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And how the U. S constitution back set up by saying, Okay, And here's the structure of the government we need so that each individual person has is guaranteed that their liberties will be protected and they're unveiling Nable rights will be protected. So I want that exposed. But I can understand why Marxist professors want to hide in the shadows. Robin, if you decided that you're going to look around, you're very happy. I know at Marshall University in West Virginia, But if you decided you were gonna look around for other job opportunities, And you're invited for an interview from You name the university. And you spoke to them. You just mentioned what you just did now. About being a fiscal conservative, But your Atlas shrugged class about. How do you think that would go over at a job interview? Well, I think if the university or the college was hills there Hillsdale College and Michigan or maybe Liberty University, they might go. Yeah, This is just the one we want. Everybody else would show me the door and I might I'd be down the road faster than make your head spin. I mean, honestly, even though they have if you have outlined, even though these universities all have these academic freedom components. In there not only curriculum but in their charters. They don't uphold to those academic freedom standards, do they? A lot of them Try to be kind of squishy. I know that there is a very famous university. Not too far from where you're located..
"marshall university" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"David. Ridpath is with us on sports byline. Usa He is the author of the book tainted. Glory Marshall University the NC Double A. And one man's fight for justice. You can certainly find that book that came out in two thousand twelve on the Internet and I will just tell you it's well worth your reading. Let's talk about people? In general alumni fans of a university. I mean you mentioned about the nineteen seventy plane crash. My grandparents lived in Parkersburg West. Virginia so I was very familiar with it and I would visit them. During the summer. My grandfather was one of those that donated to Marshall University and trying to bring back the football team so I know what it means to the state and everything but that thing can be a two way street at not. I mean you almost get caught in a vice between fans that want their team to win particularly if. You're not like a West Virginia but a school like Marshall University. All those come into play. Do they not in leading to the problems that you found it? Marshall Oh sure and somebody like me you know like your grandparents even though I got Huntington late. Yeah you know many years after the plane crash you are touched by the powerful moment in history. I mean I my my neighbor. His father was on that plane and it certainly was a great thing as the movie portrayed. That really helped the university. He'll but unfortunately Marshall University like so many others really started to manifest their identity as an institution oftentimes within their Athletic Program. Whether it's a basketball program or a football program and certainly Marshall University started to do that and when they started to have success even at the one AA level bringing in players like Randy Moss and get nothing against ranch personally but there was a reason why randy ended up at Marshall because of what had happened to him at Florida state and Notre Dame and and people started saying. Hey we can win. We're getting a lot of publicity leveraging you know the plane crash and looking at how we are now as a program where we're very competitive at the FCS level we want to move back to Division One. And you have a Lotta people. That are candidly run. I hate to say they're willing to win by any means necessary. Or you know. If you're not cheating you're not trying that old adage and you know it's not supposed to be that way and I was one of the people that was there to try to make sure we were working within the framework of the rules. However silly they may be and candidly. I didn't have a chance. Yeah I agree with you because I certainly did play by PLAY FOR STANFORD WHEN BILL. Walsh was there and of course. That's a program that is exemplary in the way they run their athletic programs there but I have seen the other programs at other universities and particularly smaller schools that want to become larger and when they have a taste of a victory and success it almost becomes an addiction. At least in my opinion Do you am I right about observation? Absolutely any and we have to. You have to be honest. I'm seventy miles away from from Ohio State University and the Difference Between Ohio State University and even the Marshall University and it'll have steak is immense and those schools will never ever closed that gap. But if you have some success whether it's boise could be George Mason and basketball Once they have that taste they want it more and they tend to be tended to happen. Excuse me were they want to do things where I would just say. Simply they're willing to cut corners to maintain that level of competitiveness because You Know Again. We like to win. It almost becomes as addictive as drug. Unfortunately David you talkin this book about the boosters. They're devised employment for members of the Marshall University football team. And then you could probably throw in not necessarily at that school but other schools in basketball as well. Tell me about the problem there at Marshall with that like virtually every school out there has many boosters again. Some are very benevolent altruistic where they want to help the institution but others to have a lot of money in with money comes power and with that power comes of certainly a license as they failed to do a lot of things and boosters liked to be associated for the most part. I know I'm generalizing but athletic boosters like to be associated with success and if that means well if I give this player some money and that means he or she may come to the school. I'm willing to do that and but oftentimes by donating money to the athletic program even if it's an above board donation it gives these boosters inordinate amount of power and also does re weakened the organizational structure within the athletic department and oftentimes even coaches are often puppets to the To the boosters I. I've seen examples all over the years. I can remember the athletic director at Uconn many years ago. Jeff hathaway essentially being run out of town because he didn't consult with a booster over. Who was going to hire a football coach? And I thank you know. That's the job you shouldn't have to Kowtow to somebody who's donated money in order for him to do your job. Essentially and and these boosters are also usually very successful and they just often think they can do your job better than you can and they metal they get their hands involved in Iran and and it causes for a very very bad mix. Yeah I know exactly what you're talking about because when I was doing basketball broadcasting for the WC. I know of one school. And I even witnessed it when we were getting ready to do a gain at that school of a booster who thought he was the general manager of the basketball team he would go into the locker room before and after a game and I just shook my head and that's where things go bad for College Sports. I mean you just know. It's going to corrupt the whole program if you're not willing to stand up to them and honestly I've seen Iran. I've seen strong athletic directors. Be Able to keep boosters in a box so to speak. I've always said even with a Nick Sabin or urban Meyer. You can bring up the biggest coaches Mike Sue Chefs administrator if you give them boundaries honestly for the most part they react to those boundaries but if you let the boosters runamuck and you and you operate in fear or you let the coaches run amok here then. It's usually got caused the catastrophe. And that's what happened at Marsa. We tried to be too big too fast and we tried to cut corners and eventually caught up with us. Tell me about your battle against the. Ncwa was interesting. Ron because when I was fired at Marshall in two thousand and one and I'm stubborn I decided not to take it lying down and and what the book covers largely as my lawsuit against Marshall University and some other individuals at the institution. But I also thought you know what I may only be one person. But I'M GONNA try to change the system and I know Don Quixote like and tilting against windmills. But I'll be honest with you by doing that. I found people like me out there Lots of people names like Linda Myers. Who was involved in Tennessee scandal years ago and I discovered the group which is named after Drake University provost at that university started the group and we are a group of concerned individuals over issues in college athletics primarily academic integrity. And I will tell you That gave me Impetus to keep fighting right the book. I was able to testify in front of Congress in two thousand four on NCWA issues. Of course I contacted by by great people like you in the media and working with a great group and other organizations like the National Players Association and the College Sports Research Institute. We have made some positive changes wrong. There are so many things I don't like but for instance the the fact that now athletes can transfer and coaches can't say what school they can go to or prevent that The the fact athletes are going to be able to soon profit off their name image likeness and honestly Ron if we bring a lot of these things out of the shadows and let these athletes. You know capitalize on their marketability is the best disinfectant. Right now we have a black market. Where boosters teeth right and he'll let's bring this stuff out of the shadows and so I feel I feel Optimistic that he's changes since they have happened. We've had more positive change in college athletics. The past ten years than the previous one hundred and there's a lot more things that we can do and the NC double a. As an organization. It's really more. The commissioners some athletic directors. Some people in the National Office That want to control the money. They don't want to give up their portion of the money they know athletes get more rights and You know academics are more of a focus. They won't have as much control as they like. And that's really where the fight is wrong but I think it's a fight worth fighting and You know anybody can join. I invite people to look at the great grip website. It's www dot the group one word dot ORG. You can see some of the things that we have going on and even right now. Ron.
"marshall university" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"And the para sympathetic nervous ever system and and what i suspect is that a big big part of this is simply something going on with vaguely nerve town and vagus nerve function. That's affecting all the things they've been shown to effect like blood pressure and lowered risk of coronary heart disease and a decrease in inflammatory cytokines and all these things that <hes> that we see that t._m. Can do but what i suspect is a big big part of it has to do with that. You know the nervous system. That was born. We were tiny little babies. You know between our gut in our brain that that connection between the central nervous system which were kind of like hitting t._m. And the enteric nervous system right like the gut and the origins and the heart and everything else that's that's my hypothesis. At least you explain that so well you really you really do you put it right there on the the the scientific scientific physiological basis and i appreciate you knowledge on up. I'll put my propeller hat aside here now for i but actually i wanted to ask you. Do you know have they studied. Brainwave wave response to t._m. Like have they actually looked into brainwave studies and measured with e._e._g. Or anything like that. Oh yes they have. I have several d._v._d.'s. I will play from time to time at some of the classes showing where actually are brainwave researcher. That's also tiem teacher in t._m. Meditators name is dr actor fred travis he has p._h._d. And he only one d._v._d. Show he has his daughter sitting up on on stage in front of four hundred people at marshall university management and fairfield iowa and he and he has all hooked up with the brainwave thing and has the computer monitors is there and he'll say okay now arianna. You know this is what you're what looks like when you have four hundred people looking at you the brainwave patterns and she's has certain scenario. She said he says now close your eyes..
"marshall university" Discussed on KGO 810
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"marshall university" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Know he's great and he plays you know with this 'em really it was funny we were we wanted him obviously trying to get him when we were in new york and one of the things that mike offered him which is a little different way he was playing at that time he wanted him to come to new york it'd be point guard and that's the bonded really accept that that if you watch cleveland plate now who's the point and i think that's when he's most effective this is truly a great talent obviously a physical specimen but he has all the attributes you would need to run the spread floor like we do in pick and roll so i would coach them up and i think that's his strength and you know what if i can get him convinced it can help him i know goodwill he helped me he would be a great great coach so you know it's fun to watch and it's going to be a great series voltage to next series will be great goes boston does a great job coach great there and uh should be fun it'd be good for basketball thing it's good for basketball it's great basketball it's exciting it's fun to watch dan dan tony thanks for giving me so much time on this mother's day this year i'm we'll go back and make a man so i get through i'm gonna take my wife out to eat all right brian stand dantonio mike dad tony's big brother head coach at marshall university was with mike in phoenix new york and with the lakers.
"marshall university" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Festival and many of the reports i collected sound nearly exactly the same here are some of their stories convince for clarity of course sexual harassment happens here said anna nineteen it happens to us at all concerts at coachella it is so many people that men will get away with touching you and they think we don't notice it happened to me many times already and i notice every time it never goes further than a touch on my butt or my back but it's not an okay place to be touched said june h twenty would you do that to a co worker or another guy then don't do that to me this is my third day and it's probably happened to me forty times this weekend in a really big crowd you wanna have a good time you wanna dance said phoebe age twenty it's just really uncomfortable to feel someone right behind you touching you or rubbing you it happened to me a loss at post malone sexual misconduct is unfortunately a common experience at festivals with one survey finding that more than ninety percent of female concert goers had been harassed at a music event in two thousand fifteen a photo of a man wearing a vial eat sleep rape repeat shirt at coachella went viral a literal analogy for rape culture which the marshall university describes as an environment where rape is prevalent and sexual violence against women is normalized and excused not only did did festival festival goers tell teen vogue multiple stories about older men preying on young woman but a festival environment and setup feels like an invitation for men to behave this sway sometimes in groups do men see a woman's presence at a music festival particularly a dancing woman as a substitute for consent it's actually happened a handful of times today said logan twentythree if you're in a tight quarters and you're getting closer to the stage guys will always come up and start grinding with you to see if you're into that sort of thing as i was walking a guy grabbed my butt cheeks said anna this is the sort of environment where i think people assume it happens a lot so you can get away with it participate get away with participating in it me and my friends were just dancing yesterday said eliah a few guys came over and just poked us and started dancing with us and.
"marshall university" Discussed on WCHS
"A long process of accumulating evidence than a raid but it's years down the road so you're telling me you're telling us that there is a commitment from federal authorities from the da to have an ongoing presence in huntington so that these large gap created by the bust of the peterson gang is not immediately filled exactly in what i will tell you that i don't think was said yesterday this is this was being viewed very closely in washington very closely in washington so knowing that this also has a sense of urgency out of out of the department of justice in in dc that i know that that we're this is not one and done that we have a continuing ongoing partnership but also we have matured in the way that we do that we do the law enforcement in huntington as well we know that when you have federal task forces the does take time for them to be able to build up their cases and as a result you have to have very aggressive community policing so that we can be hitting it at the street level on state charges simultaneously making sure that we don't interfere we don't disrupt federal cases that are being put in place right we learned that we learned that three years ago because what i was hearing then and it continues mayor if if if the city is doing nothing and just waiting on the federal government to come in to do something we're losing our neighborhoods please you have to do something so this the partnership than that that we have with da the fbi the us marshals service atf and at the state level the state police marshall university's police department the county the county sheriff's departments were were involved in the when you look at every single level like that this has been developing for certainly the last several months mike stewart came in and met with me on january seventeenth right the very week that he became us attorney at that time he indicated to me how aggressive that he expected to be and i saw the he was wanting to do fit handing glove with what our expectations and our philosophy was and beginning at that moment it was the german nation if you will of everything that we saw.
"marshall university" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Banana slugs are going through that's b a n a n a and then stop there aren't more a non the non rhode island school of design nats and balls what up against marshall university thundering herd i just put that one in there because i don't think we always need that adjective before the noun or add yeah thundering fighting it's like we get it you're you're going to do stuff your sports team speed the heard like colin i'm going to have to go nats balls so we can investigate what does is going on and rhode island school of design so here we are in the sweet sixteen and this earth things again started to get good so up i we've got the evergreen state gooey ducks up against the trinity christian college trolls now a gooey duck what's up on the bracket it looks like it says gio duct yes ashley it does look like it says that's because that's how you spell the word gooey duck which is a word it is a clam it's a very large edible saltwater clam duly deck buea it's edible too i did i yes i'm a picture of it yesterday it does not look like it goes to the rhode island school of zayn looks like looks let's just say i like dick initial dick with a little home to go to get scared yeah kind of like that i'm trying to discover what apparently they're delicious trying to cover.
"marshall university" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"At ten ten fifteen years ago when i went out to buy a case of rahman noodles i might pay nine cents a package so may be uh seventy five or eighty cents for a case the ramming noodles it's two dollars now mm gas prices aren't that much higher than they were ten years ago but they're still higher um electric prices have gone up at least in our area and we have a lot of hydroelectric dams around here so um so uh the the signs that were all out the in two thousand the nate i'm not seeing all of them we still have a pretty low unemployment rate except the participation rates is historically low too so in two thousand eight and nine and then to ten eleven we saw lots of people leave the labour force in other words they just gave up i'm not i'm not working and i'm not going to go look for work so in our country right now we have oh about a hundred and fifty million people who are working out of three hundred twenty so less than half of us are working and supporting the other more than half that bothers me robert how can folks follow you because they really need to follow well i think pretty hidden um i'm not on social media i'm not on twitter i'm not on facebook they can go to my website if it like it's linked think dot com l y n the'dash sy and ecom um that's probably the only place they're going to find me unless say uh track me down at marshall university robin would like to thank you for everything that you do have done and are doing to enhance if you will the education the the knowledge base of folks when.
"marshall university" Discussed on WCHS
"The looks on their face it was like wow you thought they were playing in a super bowl so uh we we we think we're going to get saying reaction from from these young these young students from all over west virginia bank considering the time i have this this this could be an opportunity to demonstrate that you might be able to do this work for other lengthy bigger uh tournaments of this stalin and you'll episodes just sitting there but right now it's in the spring lawal has started and it would give an opportunity to utilize it absolutely nuts but penalty this ability is one of a kind in the state of west virginia there's knows facility even compares to this absolute it it it it there's no facility in the country that compares to this i mean we have people every day coming in from all over the country from nfl teams from college teams looking at this facility to try to get some ideas to build one themselves so we were that you're the philosophy chris was we've got we got a great priscilla they are we've got an event anthony needs the place to uh to happen then and the why why not partner with all the high schools in the middle schools in the state of west virginia marshall university and have a great event for these young kids i bet you the only facility the on the competitiveness hosting an archery tournament let us go with i've never heard of them some of the other conference usa scruples the the the the the the and you're gonna get it didn't shoot your both on on uh field carpark hey grind a three hundred meter track around them and gold coast in both the end zone so it should be a lot of five mike appreciate your time in and congratulations on your marshall let's let's really leading an injury in indiana community leader by allowing this to happen and hopefully it's it's the first but not the last time that this kind of of events will be happening there where we hope we hope there's many more in the future and mike hammering the i let a director and marshall university talking about the big event that's going on it's morning and again the the.
"marshall university" Discussed on WCHS
"You a great opportunity to talk to two former coaches of west virginia and marshall university and we're all over the were all over the country tonight and it morgantown in his usual spot we're joined by the former head coach of the west virginia mountaineers coach don neelan don how are you this evening thaw you doing i'm dynamite i am good i know the weather's not that good where you're rats canada and louis xv here here's well but i'm sure the weather is really good were coach pruitt is add in he's in florida i am sure he's been enjoying the beach wife coach brood how are you this evening i'm doing great i hadn't been to the beach play golf to die it may be count almostroke says long vying are you saying they don't trust you uh i'm not going too far of our blame oh bob's pretty good golfer don't let him kid he plays pretty day gun good now keep in mind if i've ever invited a golf with coach pruitt ojila we got a lot to get into this week a great win for west virginia beating number fourteen iowa state juanita sixty and i'm sure coach knee when you saw that coming and one that may be some of us didn't see coming and coach crew will let you talk about that here in a few minutes as martial laws to fa you thirty two twenty five so well to get into the games and first off coach neon mountaineers they're down there up there down there up in this weak they're up in they get a good win over number fourteen iowa state well i told you last week on of program the we we would win and you know i was state has been a very very sahlin wellcoached methodical football team that people would make mistakes and a cap allies and they they were able to win some games but i i kind of felt like their luck would run out and i felt we had better players now they they btc you in oklahoma in oklahoma had better players than i was state but things didn't go their way early in the game we cap allies got some.
"marshall university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The federal government response trump tweeted saturday that quote despite the fake news media in conjunction with the dams and amazing john is being done in puerto rico great people his comment came after he blasted san juan mayor carmen you'll lean crews accusing her of poor leadership millions of us citizens are without power or clean water and food supplies after hurricane maria thrashed the island ten days ago a man has serious injuries after wrecking his motorcycle in eight in townships saturday night reports say that when dwayne henderson laid his motorcycle down whale turning from close pike onto bridges road the bike skiied into oncoming traffic and was hit by a car henderson who was not wearing a helmet was the only person with injuries and taken to university hospital speed is believed to have been a factor in the crash hours away from polls opening in catalonia is outlawed vote for independence from spain madrid has sent federal police to polling places to close them down but some protesters have been camped out incite more than one hundred fifty of barcelona's schools all weekend a newsradio 700 wlw reds' update the reds were shut out saturday by the world champion chicago cubs did nothing the final game of their series is today or coverage starts at two twenty with the insight pitch on newsradio 700 wlw college football update marshall university or rather walked out of nip hurts stadium with the victory saturday night over the uc bearcats winning with the final score of thirty two to twenty one the bear cats are now two and three on the season i'm choi adams our next update will be at three o'clock in breaking news anytime on newsradio 700 wlw on demand i hardly yo online on your smartphone hype had an tablet 700 wlw dot com we all know that.
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"Conway is set for july 27 th at two pm mccain's will appear before judge jake rigor and lewis county circuit court publicly appointed defense attorneys act dyer said this hearing is to rule on the hiring of ejiri consultant an and not the change of venue request dyer said a separate ruling will be made rage hinge venue afterwards he projected the process could be completed by the end of august the thirty four year old former lewis county woman is charged in the two thousand eleven disappearance of her then three year old daughter ellie a lunceford jury selection in lewis county is currently scheduled for dr britan's the child is set to begin october twelve i'm pretty murray w v metronews dot com north carolina man charged with murdering faa county couple back in 2014 enters his second day on trial prosecutors say eric campbell and his father edward allegedly killed jerome faulkner and his wife door at their oak hill huh home their deaths made national headlines when the accused killers set off and a crime spree from texas to west virginia edward campbell later killed himself in prison after being arrested his son faces the death penalty police are on the scene in chesapeake ohio today for a second day following a tip innocent anthem burns case burns with a student marshall university when she went missing back in two thousand two the fbi is leading that investigation west virginia business college has shut its doors the colleges general manager sending out an email yesterday to students informing them it's too campuses both another four and wheeling will closed due to a decline in student.