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Houston - Texas judge issues shelter at home order for Hidalgo County
"Hilda go counting in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas will be requiring residents to shelter at home in order to try to combat the spread of Corona virus. The order also includes a curfew for those 18 and older, essential travel limitations and a requirement for facial coverings well outdoors. This comes as a county reported 34 deaths and 524 additional cove in 19 cases on Monday. According to Governor Abbott's office. This order has no enforcement mechanism, which makes it simply a recommendation that was charity. McCurdy
"mccurdy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Morning. I'm charity McCurdy with our top stories and traffic and weather together. From the W away I traffic center boarding. I'm still seeing a little bit of slow traffic on Luke for 10 South founded Marbach. Because of this construction project that's been cleared. We've still just got a little bit of residual break tapping through the area. You can expect about a 15 minute commute. Taking 2 81 from Stone. Oh Parkway to I 35. About five or six minutes around Loops 16 04 from 2 81 toe I 10. I'm Collin Ellis NewsRadio 1200 W Away. I Your Weather Channel forecast for this Tuesday. Heat advisory this afternoon. A sunny high of 105 tonight's low 75 right now. Partly cloudy 75 degrees seven o'clock at news Radio 1200 W Away I well, we're in stage one water restrictions and heat warnings are becoming a daily occurrence in San Antonio. And for the first time in seven years, San Antonio experienced its hottest day Monday, sweltering high of 107 degrees was officially the hottest day in San Antonio since June 29th of 2013. Mondays I was also the hottest July temperature recorded in the city since the late 18 hundreds. We do have a heat advisory in effect beginning at one o'clock today instead of an excessive heat warning like yesterday. Because the high will be a degree or two cooler alcove in 19 continues to spread in San Antonio, with 565 new cases reported on Monday. We're nowhere near the sustained decline in new covert cases, We continue to have more than 1000 people.
San Antonio-area school district leaders discuss future of classrooms, sports, budget constraints amid COVID-19 pandemic
"School district officials in the San Antonio area working on how to have students back in classrooms over the summer and in the fall and charity McCurdy has the details district leaders say the situation with the pandemic is constantly changing and they have to be ready to respond to different guidelines from week to week a combination of classroom and online learning may lie ahead when schools back in session social distancing may continue meaning fewer kids on the bus and more buses on the road contact sports will most likely be
Los Angeles study suggests virus much more widespread
"George Rosenberg epidemiologist UC San Francisco is with us Natasha cheetah is also with us infectious disease expert at Johns Hopkins medicine and science reporter Lesley McClurg and we've been talking a lot about the Stanford study which found that far more what is far more widespread coronavirus infection rates in previously thought Leslie McCurdy was gonna run down from you about the U. S. C. study how it differs and what it actually tells us in conjunction with a separate study or against we're talking about that the USC study looking at Los Angeles county yes yes there in in Los Angeles county I mean both studies basically find that the antibody rate is much higher indicated many more people had antibodies than than previously thought so in Los Angeles county researchers looked at about eight hundred and forty six people and they found that up to five point six percent of the county's adult population carried antibodies to the corona virus if that's accurate that would mean that more than four hundred thousand residents have been exposed to the virus and you know for comparison only eight thousand cases have been confirmed and you know around that around eighty eight thousand cases here in early April so when this when this study was done it was like a thousand cases so you know we're looking at four hundred forty two thousand verses eight thousand so if these test results are accurate which you know as the other guests have pointed out there's a lot of questions about our ability to know if antibody testing is really working but either way there may be many more cases than we thought and the prevalence of the virus in the community is likely much higher than we think in a tweet George was very from a listener named Michael says the criticism I heard as a Stanford study wasn't the people tested were not a random sampling of county residents well that is a criticism they tried to adjust for the advertisement the recruitment was through Facebook interesting idea but there's you know there's always there's there's sort of nagging suspicion that people who participated may have had like a like a previous like a previous caller discussed you may have had symptoms of thought they might have been infected and and went to participate in the study for that reason so that would skewer towards higher results obviously you need a perfect you know you'd come up with the perfect estimate for the county you need a perfect example and you know that that's just the problems of epidemiology it's a it's a a trade off between efficiency and cost and get imperfection on the other hand and you know what yeah well I just answer a question from a listener who says there must be antibodies formed or there wouldn't be a peak and decline afterwards an incidence well antibodies yeah that is it if they're older there's old infection antibodies are measuring older infection as Dr cheetah says it's you know they peak at around eleven twelve we first can measure antibodies around eleven or twelve days post initial infection so yeah they reflect what's happened in the past in the and to the extent that we see out of bodies it's question not up with whether they're there or not but how many are there what's the what proportion of the study population at positive antibody test we know that your antibodies we know that job bad days probably peaked here last week and we know that we're gonna have you know that there's been a faction circulating let me go to another caller and Jill is joining us next from Oakland show you're on the air welcome thank you for taking my call so I'm wondering when antibody testing is going to be available to the public I believe that I have both made back in late January and I contracted it from going to the pharmacy I was sick for over ten days had all the symptoms other than ammonia didn't go it down inspiratory system and I've been asking my doctor and health care provider for an antibody cast and they keep saying out loud not approved by the FDA do we have any idea when they're coming out let's have a clear sense of life here I think I think that the reason I'm I'm pausing is that you know because these antibody test are not necessarily accurate we're gonna get a lot of marketing I think we're gonna get point of sales and direct consumer tests on the market you know I think there's like ninety something available as George pointed out so but using those tests to determine whether or not you had the virus is questionable at this point because the thirties test are not necessarily reliable and there are a few that the FDA has approved but even those were really pushed through much quicker than we normally would we are really in an interesting moment you know for some contacts as a science reporter at these two studies that we're talking about this morning we never would have gone to print onto pre publications in a past era you know a few months ago if you if I was given a press release about two studies that were not in an esteemed journal and had been here if you would we never would have brought that information forward to the public but we're in a very different era so to address the caller's question antibody testing could be available you know very soon but whether or not the test results are accurate and really tell you whether or not you have the virus is you know really still yet to be determined and again if you have questions or would like to join us you can do so at eight six six seven three three six seven eight six let me go back to unitas cheetah a good question from Joe's question is the relevance of antibody testing what is relevant to have the test for figuring out when to end or loosen shelter in place well that's a great question and I think there's been a little bit of confusion and conflation around the wall of serologic antibody testing with regards to public health measures to you know ease up restrictions so it's one part of the arsenal of helping us control and the pandemic what what anybody can do for us is you know what we know is there something called her to me which is once another people in a population are immune to a specific infection it tends to keep infections at bay whether or not there's enough herd immunity is partially dependent on how infections and infection is so for example with measles which is I think one of the most infectious diseases out there you have to we will reach levels above ninety percent immunity to prevent outbreaks of happening some experts have estimated that given that the transmissibility and effectiveness of sars could be too we probably need somewhere between fifty and sixty percent of the population to be infected to upgrade amenities so what what's your article testing computer in terms of clinical easing of restrictions is give us a snapshot of where we are as a community in terms of how many people could potentially have immunity and again this this is provided that the tests are actually testing for true in unity but without other measures like aggressive contact tracing these meaning you know a health department here is about a case they go they find that case they test them and then make sure that that person is quarantining themselves and then test all the people who work closely connected to that person find more cases Quintino sites without those kinds of measures we cannot mitigate the epidemic and just knowing so logic testing is not going to help us in terms of opening back up easing restrictions etcetera unless we have that other piece of things which is aggressive contact tracing I do after a few days but I think we're a few months out from the reader program we did a whole hour contact racing I think it's interval just as you're saying it is but science is moving very quickly or at least trying to I'm wondering though since you mention her community what you would say in response to a listener name Angela who writes I've heard that Sweden is about to return immunity status my concern is that by isolating are we not creating a situation we are less likely to develop community and one of other viruses out there that we could also be susceptible to because of isolation and lack of community development thank you Judy I mean in terms of other viruses I don't I don't know if there is other viruses that we necessarily need to worry about people not getting immune to I mean most respiratory viruses circulate annually and those most viruses you do not have long term protective immunity in terms of respiratory viruses you know I think the question of should we just let everybody going to there's more immunity how to do the bit about that idea flattening the curve and so if if everyone gets stars Kobe to we're going to have the health system completely overwhelmed because even if you know the the the mortality rates are you know lower than what's been anticipated you're still going to have a lot of people going to the hospital needing to be an icy use etcetera and then even if we're talking about they were saying the fifty to sixty percent of the population of the United States needs to be immune to have herd immunity that is fifty to sixty percent of millions of people and then even if you have a mortality rate that's lower than what's been projected you're still looking at around you know sixty thousand or more people dying from sars Kobe to and I think the question is are we as a country ready to look each other in the eye and say that you know that's a that's a consequence willing to take and again I think what we focus a lot of mortality rate but we're not looking at again hospitalizations people going to the intensive care unit the stock quote les of people's health from having those experiences and what that does I think it's hard to incorporate all of that I think it's safe to say there's a major chasm between to detecting antibodies and interpreting them I think I've learned that from the stating that I've been doing index rose were do you have a comment about Sweden's approach no shelter in place order relying on people use common sense for more calorie rate six times out of Norway I think it's a failed experiment as far as I can tell a doctor doctors she was totally right we could do this assuming we know what antibody positivity mac but it would be that that the cost you remember the original projections are two point to one point seventy two point two million deaths in the US yes seems like pretty big cost to me water you can just hang tight and wait for vaccines also yeah I don't think it's a I don't think it's a great idea well since you mentioned that scene this is a little bit ominous question from a listener and polishes its antibodies formed or not neutralizing doesn't that mean that any vaccine might not be protective no I don't think so I we it has to be directed to I think an act of a vaccine directed against the part of the of the covert nineteen virus the stars Kobe to virus that attach is to the to epithelial cells through the Asian hub is to enable our receptor site you directed antibodies against that part of the that part of the virus the so called spike protein I think that has a high likelihood of producing immunity and that's in fact when we do look for neutralizing antibodies that's those are the types of antibodies that come that come up that are specific for that piece of the virus the part that attach as they were not saying then that sorry we're not saying that the infection isn't producing a body or you talking about it I think we're just saying we don't know if that's the case yet and can you answer a question from another listener doctor to entice you cheat against infectious disease expert Johns Hopkins medicine listen once in
"mccurdy" Discussed on KTRH
"Don't be mad at Harris County sheriff's deputies they don't write these stupid edicts lastly the Hidalgo nice not their fault in fact a my buddy Paul McCurdy and I have been working since yesterday to try to put together for a week I mean for the judge put together a week where we can provide lunch for separately from HPD four hours Harris County sheriff's deputies and the jailers because they have to work through this and I just I'm working on a sponsor right now but there's that just a short Harris County sheriff's deputies that we appreciate them being out there during this time and yes I'm working on something for the firefighters so stop nagging me we all know who your amazes me the guy that sits back down do a damn thing but can go about well why don't you do some of the higher co judges should have some of her co folks it is not only your right to criticize in protest government hear me very clearly it is your duty it is your responsibility that's your role in the Republic you see you have to inspect what you expect the only time you tell government when they're off track when they're doing well is not an election time is too.
"mccurdy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Hour news center charity McCurdy on maternity leave David Taylor also as the day off so Scott man Sierra is flying the millennium falcon this morning and all week long and Megan yeah well you know we're dealing with a lot of the corona virus news over the weekend we get some some good news involving Tim Duncan we find out that Tim Duncan along with the late Kobe Bryant Kevin Garnett and six others officially now will be inducted into the Naismith memorial basketball hall of fame later this summer is so big so big for Jimmy well in in it was his soul mate he's like we know how great he was yeah it's like this weekend when when this happened I'm I'm you know world stuck at home some on social media and there's all these Tim Duncan highlights everywhere on Twitter on Facebook on Instagram on TV it isn't as great as we know he was a look at the highlights that I haven't seen in a few years I'm going he was even greater than I exactly you know and and I always I always thought it was just us we knew how fabulous he was half white but social media did so the whole forgetting country loves them you know I just love that you know in in I think about it Megan and I you know I've talked to you know like high ranking it's like city officials and county officials had Tim Duncan not not come to San Antonio and there was a moment when Orlando after his first contract in two thousand one doc rivers was coach of the Orlando Magic in apparently was very close at signing him away from San Antonio in free agency David Robinson actually had to fly in from Hawaii I remember that all of gosh yeah if Kim a had not come to San Antonio or B. had left San Antonio there is a very high probability the spurs would no longer be in San Antonio so as much as we love him for being a great player I firmly believe this franchise is here because of Tim Duncan holy moly wow I did not know it was on that shaky of turn off currently there was an apparently right around two thousand one issue when he was thinking about going to Orlando there was a deal in place I have heard from some people you've heard their names a deal just to move the team to Baltimore there was like a new ownership group that wanted to come in wanted to pay some money and move the team to Baltimore Tim Duncan I believe changed everything for the San Antonio Spurs if you if you remember pre Tim Duncan even though we had David Robinson we were still like getting close to the finals but never going to the finals in ninety five we face the Houston Rockets in the series the spurs were supposed to win and go to the finals we didn't win that series and we were you know as a fan base with a man it's never gonna happen for only Tim shows up and we become a dynasty was pretty it's it's what an amazing ride it's been with Tim Duncan I love how he's blossomed over the years I remember you could not squeeze two or three words together I love that guy I don't know if he was painfully shy or he just didn't want to talk but how he just evolved over the years and suddenly he is like the star of the H. E. B. commercials yeah and he is showing personality that you know aside from this board and just the human being and him blossoming was so fun yeah so great to have him in the community a little bit later flash back brought to you by brown Dodge will go back in time and will compete to.
Greatest Hits: Well-traveled Bodies
"In the winter of nineteen seventy six the six million dollar man. Tv show was filming in a haunted house in Long Beach. California when a crew member went to move a garish looking dummy to a different spot. The dummies arm broke off at the elbow. It was then that the crew member noticed the end of a human bone. Sticking out of the truncated limb. This wasn't a mannequin. This was elmer mccurdy a career criminal who died sixty five years earlier in Oklahoma. My Name's Moxy. And this is your brain on facts as forensic science slash true crime slash weird history buff of the first order. I almost didn't include mccurdy in today's episode of well-traveled corpses. Because his story makes all of these lists. But you know me. I like to be thorough. Elmer mccurdy was born January. First eighteen eighty two an unwed mother and adopted by his uncle and aunt. The first twenty years of his life were fairly unremarkable until a string of personal losses led him to say screw it. I'm ago Robson. Trains a brief stint in the army. Seen him trained to use nitroglycerine for demolition and he decided to blend the two careers the trouble was he tended to be heavy handed with the explosives once costing his gang ninety percent of the money in a safe he blew their remaining ten percent that they did get was in coins. That were melted together. Mccurdy's final robbery took place on October. Fourth Nineteen Eleven Niro Keys Oklahoma. When mccurdy and his men mistakenly stopped a passenger train instead of the one carrying four hundred thousand dollars that they were after the men were only able to steal about forty six dollars from the mail clerk some whiskey a pistol and the train conductors. Watch a newspaper account of the robbery called it quote. One of the smallest in the history of train robbery even still a two thousand dollar bounty was put on mccurdy and someone gave him up in the wee hours of October seventh. Apostasy of sheriff's tracked mccurdy to a Hacia using bloodhounds. Gunfire was exchanged for over an hour and in the end. Mccurdy was shot in the chest and killed mccurdy. Spotty was subsequently taken to the Johnson funeral home in Husk Oklahoma where it went on claimed Joseph Johnson the owner and undertaker embalmed body with an arsenic based preservative and stored it in the back of the funeral home refusing to bury the body or release it until he had been paid for his services. Johnson then decided if he was going to get any money out of this situation. He'd have to be more proactive. He dressed the corpse up in street. Clothes place to rifle and mccurdy's hands and stood up in the corner of the funeral home for a nickel apiece. Visitors could see the bandit who wouldn't give up. Mccurdy became a popular attraction at the funeral home and also drew the attention of carnival. Promoters though Johnson refused numerous offers to buy the mummified body in nineteen sixteen a man claiming to be elmer mccurdy's long lost brother got permission from the sheriff to take custody of the body and ship it to San Francisco for a proper burial. The following day Johnson released the body to this man and an accomplice who then put it on a train bound for Arkansas City Kansas. Then were in fact. James and Charles Patterson owners of the Great Patterson Carnival shows where mccurdy's corpse would be featured until nineteen twenty two when Paterson sold his operation to Louis. Sonny Sonny use mccurdy's corpse in his Traveling Museum of crime show which featured wax replicas famous outlaws such as Bill Doolan and Jesse James in Nineteen Twenty eight. The corpse was part of the official sideshow that accompanied the Trans American footrace. In thirty three it was acquired for a time. By director Duane Esper- to promote his exploitation film narcotic with an exclamation point in a very William Castle style move. The corpse was placed in the lobby of the theater as a dead dope. Fiend by this time some twenty two years after death mccurdy's body had become fide. The skin was hard and the body had shriveled to the size of a child. Esperer claims that this deterioration was proof of the danger of drunks. Mccurdy's corpse would bounce between warehouses and movie sets for the next four decades damage from mishandling. Meant that the corpse was no longer all that lifelike which is how it found. Its Way to the left in the dark funhouse at the Pike in Long Beach. After it was discovered that he wasn't a mannequin mccurdy was sent to the La Coroner by this time. The body was essentially petrified and had been covered in wax and layers of paint. It weighed about fifty pounds or twenty three kilos and was sixty three inches or one hundred sixty centimeters tall. Some hair was still visible on the sides. And back of the head but mccurdy's ears big toes and many of his fingers. Were missing of all the clues that lead the coroner and accompanying historians to determine the mummy's identity. The most interesting was found in the courteous mouth. It had nothing to do with. His teeth was a nineteen twenty. Four penny and ticket stops to the one forty West Pike side show and the Louis Sunny Museum of crime. The discovery made national headlines and an actual distant relative came forward to claim mccurdy's body which was buried on April twenty second nineteen seventy seven in the boot hill section of the summit new cemetery in Guthrie Oklahoma next to the actual body of outlaw. Bill Doolan two feet of concrete were poured on top of the coffin to ensure that mccurdy's rambling days for over mccurdy. Hardly the only outlaw turned famous. Mummy take the case of one. Hazel Farris born in Kentucky in eighteen eighty orphaned as a child and later married to a man with whom she drank heavily and fought loudly. Her history is morphed into folklore but by all accounts on August Sixth Nineteen Five. The couple had an argument over Paris's desire to buy a new hat. If you've been in a relationship for any length of time you know that wasn't really what they were fighting about. The two came to blows and Farris ended up shooting. Her husband who died on the living room floor. Neighbors heard the gunshots summoned police. The situation did not improve upon their arrival because fairus shot and killed them to a passing. Deputy Sheriff heard. The Commotion Gained Entry. To the House and tried to restrain Farris during the scuffle. The deputy tripped on Ferris's husband's body accidentally firing his gun and shooting off. One of her fingers there is eventually broke free and fatally shot the deputy as well so she shot the sheriff and she did shoot the deputy with five murders under her belt and a five hundred dollar reward for her capture which I couldn't put into modern figures because the inflation calculators don't go back that far fairus fled to Bessemer Alabama to try to begin a new life. One version of her story has her posing as schoolmarm another as her working as a prostitute. Both agree that she drank excessively she took up with a new man and when they became engaged fairus confided in. Him who she really was. He immediately gave her up to police on December twentieth. Nineteen O six fairly certain. She wouldn't emerge victorious from a second shootout. He sulfurous committed suicide by drinking combination of Whiskey fuel. Oil and Arsenic Ferris's body was taken to Adams vermillion furniture which also sold caskets and as such functioned as the local funeral parlour. No one came forward to claim her body which was strangely mummifying rather than decomposing. There is speculation that it's because of the chemicals Ferris drink but I don't put a great deal of stock by that regardless of the reason the corpse had longevity and a certain renown Adams began charging curious visitors ten cents to see the notorious outlaw. After a time Ferris's body hit the road. When atoms loaned the corpse to various exhibitors including his brother and Tuscaloosa Palace of wonders sideshow operator Captain Harvey Leabeau's well and OC Brooks who featured the well preserved remains in his traveling show for forty years when he died brooks left Hazel to a nephew on the condition that any money raised from displaying her be donated to charity. As the story goes Brooks's nephew displayed. Ferris's mummy to raise money to build churches in Tennessee.
Water Main Break Causes Street Closure In Philadelphia’s Spring Garden Neighborhood
"Delay and we go back to the spring garden section of the city of familiar spot for many of us up until a week ago what we work where will we get came to twenty four hundred Market Street sixteenth street is now under water between spring garden and Callowhill to big water main break keep away from that Broad Street at hunting park the lights are working always stop there there we go nearby to this south on Roosevelt Boulevard we get a report of an accident at Adams Avenue the outside lanes are blocked the the inside from here we go to the Schuylkill expressway eastbound plenty of volumes you travel in a bright sun in your eyes to pass Conshohocken an acre of a bit slower than slow McCurdy Gerard inbound and Weston this people express was the one to thirty street on the Boulevard at the Belmont Avenue he a turnpike is not bad at all little heavy getting on a Ben Salem to go west bound but beyond that good accident upper Moreland her within Davisville off to the side but unfortunately still have a local detour on Davisville a new construction project is now under way until may so often ninety five in the northeast it's not a bad drive some
"mccurdy" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"How old were you? When when the disordered eating started was eleven my My mom actually had a history with eating disorders. She had been hospitalized for Anorexia a few times and she had introduced me to Anorexia Because she thought it would help me play younger roles for acting right. The smaller would be effective in so remember. They're less right. which is like? That's the other the other the other messed apart about. Is You actually get some sort of rewards from the universe. Because of the disordered living in the same is true in other areas of of disordered living. If we we are constantly lying to inflate ourselves it can help us out in the short term as well but it sort of kills US literally early figuratively metaphysically in a way that is harder to quantify because in with with the Anorexia and then of Vinci of eventual. So how old were you when the the bulimia started. Wow and But you this was also modeled for you by by your mom. The ANOREXIA Alexia part. Yet you talked about how basically for dinner all you ever sorry were was Broccoli and cauliflower with a little bit of garlic salt on Ana vegetables she would eat anything else for dinner so yeah I learned. That's that's normal. That's what I saw as normal Yeah and so eventually manifested into believe mia but then that that morphed into feeling like you were you weren't you weren't a good enough Bhoumik well because in in like eating disorder lands you're never You're never aiming for Bolivia like the ideal he'll there's definitely a hierarchy to eating disorders and you're like you want to have anorexia if you have any sort of if you have a blaming you basic if you have you basically failed an Anorexia and that's just what you tried to amateur interests yes yes you tried to not eat. You could not eat so then you eight and then you throw up what you ate. Feel that ended up blaming is kind of how it goes. Yeah and so in dealing with that you also had not just having the sort of unjustified body images but the by body image issues but but Then you had this Con It's the Opposite of competitive eating. It's competitive not eating away Were were you had other people who are in in your age range where you'd show up at events red carpets and other things and There was sort of a hierarchy in a way right. Yeah well it's very kind of unspoken rule. I feel like in young Hollywood of you know if if you're at a teen Vogue party in their passing around orders and you you're in the middle of a conversation and you go to grab d'oeuvre it's like you'll get the side. I from another person. Like Oh my you're taking Christina like Mrs Insane. Oh God okay I get down like it's just this you can just feel the pressure but you can feel everybody kind of body monitoring food monitoring everybody else in the room. It's just it's just such a part of the business I think. Wow let's talk a bit about the the recovery process because it was not an overnight recovery. No I thought it was I I was once. I made the decision to recover like this is going to be great. I'm I'm just GONNA like What what I realized during recovery was that my eating disorder and my addiction to it had really been covering up all of the uncomfortable feelings underneath it so then once I was pushing for recovery? I was just confronted with all those feelings that I've have been bottling pressing and shutting down for so long and that was so difficult you know I'd been burying them for thirteen years and I never imagined that not throwing throwing up. Not What how it relieved my anxiety so much that not throwing up would leave me in a in a fetal position on the floor sobbing like it. Was that emotional to me me where it was like. Oh this was just covering up all this shit And it was difficult it was it was it was that that level of emotional intensity city you know the the fetal position sobbing for at least a year. Yeah I saw on twitter. You were starting a eating disorder podcasts of you. Have you started already doing that yet. I've started doing I'm I'm in the experimental phase of done six episodes but I don't think it's enough yet so I'm going to do a bunch more before putting out orca doc. Will you let us know when it comes out. We'll make sure we we get it out there in the world. We'll we'll tell the folks about it I would really encourage you to read this article. we can't do the justice in the short time we have here But I did find it to be really powerful. The it's amazing what doors are parents inadvertently opened up for us. In your mom's case it was probably out of sense of of love and caring I in some warped way where she felt like this was the best thing to do at least it in in her own thinking. I'm assuming right yeah I have. I've had such a such a complex relationship with her mom. I think all of us do. It's just what it is But I know the way when I sympathize with her most when I realized that she was just desperate for me to have a better life than she had really the bottom line she wanted me to be successful and well liked and what have you Her means of doing that was. We're desperate and detrimental to her parenting and my wellbeing but But on some some level I know that it's just because she wanted me to do. Well.
"mccurdy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"From ABC news Dave McCurdy president trump's lawyers revealing their strategy in the impeachment trial Saturday night the president's defense team filing their first formal response to the two articles of impeachment insisting that the president did absolutely nothing wrong and calling the Democrats articles of impeachment constitutionally invalid on their face they say they failed to allege any crime or violation of law whatsoever let alone high crimes and misdemeanors he's hoping for total exoneration here ABC's David Wright but congressman Adam Schiff also house manager in the trial says the president's lawyers argument that trumps actions are not impeachable does not surprise him that kind of solicitation for interference in an election for personal benefit the danger it poses to national security that goes to the very heart of what the framers intended to be impeachable now to the campaign trail we're senator Bernie Sanders talking to voters in New Hampshire today address the drama with senator Elizabeth Warren A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey is in the granite state Bernie Sanders continued Sunday to deny Elizabeth Warren claim that he told her he didn't think a female candidate could defeat president trump and accused the media of inflating their conflict you know the media is blowing this thing up and I really don't want to get into it anymore other than to say of course our belief always believe them believe today of that a woman can be elected president of the United States for her part warned you told reporters and I with this weekend that she no longer wishes to discuss the matter the senators will be together at the capitol Tuesday as president trump's impeachment trial begins Adam kills the ABC news Concord New Hampshire secretary of state Mike Pompeii expressed outrage to Egypt's president today at the death of an American citizen who insisted he had been wrongfully held in any job should present stuff okay seem a fifty four year old auto parts dealer from Long Island New York died last week after a protracted prison hunger strike is he was sentenced to fifteen years in prison in an anti protest law you're listening to ABC news the news time one oh two police in commerce city expected to charge a twenty one year old man and a fifteen year old boy with criminal mischief after more than one hundred vehicles had their windows blown out the vandalism happened early Saturday morning at an apartment complex Jordan land there also lives at the Holly park apartments and my one year old and almost there boy and when you're a girl and then I was like that's a that's a sec scary like I don't I'm not gonna die this is all state because I I don't want to bump another shatter police found the pair in a car in the area the skiers died at Winter Park this gear reported missing late yesterday afternoon and found a few hours later in the trees off the trail where park's ski patrol begin rescue efforts and took this gear to the base to Denver health clinic but the skier was pronounced dead deadly accident Saturday night involving an R. T. D. bus and a pedestrian that happened at thirty fifth and federal police say a man was running alongside a bus possibly trying to stop it but wound up getting caught under the bus and run over he was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead there a buzz at the state capitol over a bill to save bees a bill would take gardening products with some of the most damaging pesticides to be's off the shelves for standard consumers in fact in Colorado eighty percent of crop pollination is from bees and as you have heard the bottom line is if we don't have these we don't have food democratic representative Sony jackass Lewis says there are plenty of home gardening alternatives to those that contain the most damaging pesticides Conor Shreve came away news NFL conference title games today Tennessee visits Kansas city it'll be Green Bay at San Francisco the winners meet in the Super Bowl if it's Kansas city in Green Bay it's a repeat of the first Superbowl next update at one thirty David K. okay eight fifty AM in ninety four one FM the voice of Colorado good looking drive around Denver we have heard that one crash your thirty six was found approaching Sheraton fog from flowing smoothly through the area a little bit of slowing north and I twenty five between Colfax and Speer Boulevard downtown little bit slow as well westbound I. seventy between Colorado Boulevard over to Vasquez then off I we we have a crash downtown an auto into a building nineteen and market if you're traveling up to the high country clear selling east and westbound between the foot hills and the Eisenhower.
Teen breaks legs after leaping from airport jet bridge to elude police
"After climbing off the plane to avoid arrest police say the sixteen year old knew he would be arrested on a burglary warrant once the plane landed at Will Rogers world airport after slipping through an opening in the jet bridge he ran across the tarmac and climb to the top of the terminal as police closed any jump to the ground and broke both of his legs officers arrested him and took him to the hospital I'm sure the McCurdy matter what you're into
Cat Owners Unite! It's National Cat Day
"Well it is the twenty ninth day of October which means it's two days until Halloween five days to get that extra hour sleep charity I'm getting that way daylight saving and this Sunday morning at two AM thirty days until thanksgiving and fifty seven days until Christmas I mention is October twenty ninth right you did it is well hang on one second happy national cat day it is national cat day and I know you are a cat lover charity McCurdy by and then got three at home one night like twenty one twenty one yeah easy getting closer Guinness record there pretty much yeah he lived a good life well since since it is national cat day new survey found the average cat over owner spends over a thousand hours a year on their cats so if you have three that's three thousand hours in it I don't know that kind of time anymore but I do bet them before going to bed and that really helps me go to sleep all right here are some statistics on this national cat day sixty five percent of cat owners have traveled with their their cat cat I I I I guess guess moving moving and and driving driving them them to to your your new new home home must must must must have have counted counted because because I I can't can't see see taking taking a a cat cat on on a a vacation vacation no no they're they're not not a a comfort comfort animal animal for being a traveling the top cat themed items we own our clothes yeah specially for my daughter she has cat PJ is that things like that you have framed photos of your cat I painted pictures of my cat and they're hanging in our master bedroom don't judge okay have sheets or blankets with cats so okay okay okay fifty one percent of Catholic cat owners over half of the cat owners have rescue at least one of their cats all three all three that I like to hear that top places we rescue cats from animal shelters friends in cat rescue organizations or just in some bushes yeah are you just fine and despite a run around on street I have three cats that live in my yard basically they're hunters for me they belong to my neighbors I guess and they're very cool because they don't bother me did I say hi Katie all the time when I walk out one likes to get in my truck though in the bed and and sometimes I have to look back there if I don't see him running around out there make sure he's not in there when I take off the I. D. feed them treats thirty now now that I actually I let them have all the squirrels and field mice they want oh how nice yeah it's it's open season it's about Faye form of the other one top qualities we love about cats what do you think they are I'm just comfort help mild mannered they are that's comforting right yeah how bout playfulness that playful all too much sometimes really how about their loyalty it is one thing I've seen cats oversee loyalty in cats I see them you know they don't care they're pretty loyal I mean are they yeah I you mentioned that putting your cat before you go to bed is a form of therapy will seventy five percent of owners say the same thing yeah would you rather spend time with your cats than your friends you know it's a fifty fifty shot in there will have to start naming people sixty per sixty six percent of people in this survey said they'd rather spend time with a cat and their friends and I I'm sure you'll like this because eighty five percent of cat owners treat their cats like part of the family they're not like having a seat at the dinner table or anything like that now now it's cruel I guess that's cruelty that can't cruelty need another place well they they have their own place don't the the house is their home plays down as Rome it bingo anywhere except Ehlers room well that's that's smart smart your cats around your kids
UAW rejects new GM offer
"The G. M. Strike. That's about a lot more than unionized. GM workers. I'm David Brancaccio in New York with news yesterday afternoon that the United autoworkers union has rejected a new offer from General Motors saying there are quote still many more important issues that remain unresolved the union submitted a counterproposal proposal the strikes into a third week now with forty six thousand workers off the job and production shutdown. The Labor action is also being felt by non. GM workers from from the marketplace workplace culture desk. Here's Megan McCarthy Carino the cars made by GM aren't really just made by GM says Michael Robinet with Ihs H. S. market. Sometimes sixty seventy percent of the vehicle comes from components manufactured by suppliers an individual car might contain parts for more than a hundred hundred other companies making everything from seats to door panels steering wheels headlights exhaust systems you name it certainly there's a trickle down effect whenever there's a labor uber stoppage or some other stoppage of production the state of Michigan reports about thirty five hundred workers have applied for unemployment benefits since the strike started most of them laid off from GM suppliers that includes around three hundred workers at Android Industries in Lansing which Abel's cockpits for the Chevy traverse and Buick Enclave Clave Jake Jacobson represents many of the workers with the UAW toss being you A. W. Week together. He says they've been getting help from charities is to provide food baskets and fuel cards to laid off workers as the straight grinds on. I'm Megan mccurdy Carino for
"mccurdy" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Door dash is now available at dissipating restaurant I'm sure he McCurdy happy Tuesday it's Holly Bach from the CBS war warm weather center and we're dealing with very warm days ahead temperatures looking like will be in the mid to upper nineties for our Tuesday across the border land areas in upper nineties throughout the work week even hitting possibly triple digits towards the end of our work week drier air is back in our area that will change as more moisture return to our area through the weekend giving us a possible chance for rain now keep in mind you can always track the latest satellite and radar by just heading to our website CBS for local dot com this is a Bloomberg market minute stocks are lower on this busy day for Wall Street trade talks resuming after two months pause with little expectation of anything other than a broad framework for further negotiations the two sides are holding their first face to face meeting since may meantime the federal reserve beginning its two day meeting today policy makers are expected to cut interest rates by a quarter percentage point tomorrow lowering borrowing costs for the first time in more than a decade apple releases its third quarter results after markets closed today but all eyes will be on its forecast for the fiscal fourth quarter that's when the tech giant is expected to release new versions of the iPhone and uber is cutting around four hundred jobs around the world on concerns that the business is slowing down the movie centers on the global marketing department which will lose a third of its staff chief executive officer dera closer show he told employees the many of burst teams are just too big Courtney Donahoe Bloomberg radio all news radio six ninety and the freeway drive has been great all morning here I'm looking at the ten at the moment ten eastbound and westbound no crashes no delays you always want to hear same story on three seven five south found.
"mccurdy" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
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"mccurdy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Morning it is July twenty third year he McCurdy and for Mr team he is a little under the weather hopefully he will be back tomorrow the boss man Brian Ganderbal you away I program director is in the house and Charlie Parker in the building preparing for the show a Brian as you know former special counsel Robert Muller is testifying before Congress tomorrow morning highly anticipated and you can bet lawmakers have their questions already written out in a ready to go hoping for that all Hong moment but it seems the justice department wants everyone to know calm down don't get too excited because it seems like they're really trying to maintain expectations and a letter a justice department official told special counsel former special counsel Robert Muller that is upcoming testimony to house lawmakers must remain within the boundaries of the public redacted version of his report in other words you can't say more than you've already said in that report so you got to wonder it was that letters for more because I think he already knows what he can and can't do or was that more of a morning to yeah we kinda tampered down high hopes for you know finding out some blockbuster revelation during his testimony before lawmakers I did think it was interesting that yesterday president trump was asked whether he's going to be watching and he actually said you know I may watch a little bit of it and then he went on to say but you can't take too big of a bite out of that apple yeah I I don't expect anything is going to come tomorrow they'll be some grand standing on the you know is is you mention from some of the Democrats but I don't expect anything to come out of that and a you know it's pretty sad of Democrats think they're actually trick Moeller into saying something that will work in their favor I mean I'm sure he's out thought long and hard about how he's going to answer certain questions and the of the whole objective probably for Democrats is to get him to expand on that report I just don't see that happening well it is good if you know if nothing else they're they're looking at it is this the optics they'll be visuals of as the Talking Heads are all the cable channels are we talking about again it's just a case of never letting this thing go any ants it is going to look like a re run tomorrow and will finally be case closed if they don't get any more information than ever going to let the case closed and this is right before their eyes summer recess so you'd think they'd you know developed amnesia over their summer break and hopefully you know just move on move on well coming up we got flashback brought to you by brown Dodge all the line a four pack of Six Flags fiesta Texas tickets well the colors to five and ten at two one zero seven three seven twelve hundred just picture this you have to sell your home but you do it without showing it to a whole bunch of strangers without having to keep it immaculate twenty four seven because you never know when strangers are gonna be wandering through it sticking those thousands of dollars back in your pocket that you would have had the used to renovate or repair parts of the house not having out Shands of a deal falling through at the last minute that's what you get with perch this is Megan bishop and purge is the easiest way for you to sell your home in San Antonio you go to their website purge dot com.
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Aaron Hord, Sonny Perdue And Megan Mccurdy Corinna discussed on All Things Considered
"This just in from the US department of agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue has announced he's moving about five hundred jobs from Washington DC to the Kansas City area, and parts cut cost in part to get the department closer to the farming areas that it serves unions, representing the affected workers say they will fight the move as have democratic lawmakers who say it'll mean a big loss of specialized workers will choose not to relocate. Fact is moving for work has been on the decline in America from the workplace culture desk. Marketplace's Megan McCurdy Corinna has more on why that is twenty four year old Aaron hord was just out of college when he decided to make a big move from the Tampa, Florida area. He called home to
"mccurdy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Morning charity. Mccurdy here. You think you're voiding hard water by drinking. Bottled water think, again, bottled water usually comes from the same source as kitchen, tap water. Yet, it's less regulated and monitored than most municipal tap water supplies. It's the beverage companies that treat and test the water, you're buying see, you're not adequately protected against contamination. Just do what I did get an alma water softener. You get rid of the chemicals. Enjoy great tasting water. Every time out the top. Plus, you'll save your plumbing, and appliances, alma water softeners offer. Great easy to use technology and offer only the best in customer service. Call today, mention my name charity you'll get free basic installation with the purchase of your brand new alma walk. Water softener. Call him at two zero two seven four sixty one twenty two that's two seven four six one two eighty six burglars were asked how they broke into homes and they all said they knocked on the door. I that's why you need blink x t to cameras they detect motion, so you'll get an alert and you can see and talk to who's there. Tell the delivery guy, where to leave the package or just say, hi when the kids get home, blink x t to cameras start under a hundred bucks. So thanks to blink home. Security just got easier. Blinken reser available on Amazon, and best, buy or visit blinkprotect dot com slash patrol. Blinkprotect dot com slash patrol real quick fam- odyssey cruises up their game. If you're thinking about maybe a romantic night out with lava or maybe just want to go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC. You gotta take out the wavy free designed their ships from the refinements in lighting, and textures to the remodeled dancefloor and bar space. I said bar and not to mention minimizing fuel consumption and emissions, get a sneak peek of. The brand new beautiful interiors at their website odyssey. Cruises dot com. It's OD. Y. S E Y cruise dot com. Wait, are you saying wings and burgers, the only things try to glory days grill? Sure.
Airbnb and Marriott Each Want What the Other Has
"Is a little bit of point counterpoint in the hospitality industry to report on today. First of all Airbnb says it's thinking about getting into more formal hoteling it's going to take commercial properties and rent them out at the same time. The Wall Street Journal reports that Marriott is going to start its own Airbnb like thing for renting out vacation homes, cozy atmosphere neighborhood vibe without the sometimes dodgy wildfire clogged sink when confined in an Airbnb. Marketplace's Megan McCurdy Krino has more on what am I take for Marianne to compete in the home sharing market that is so disrupting its business Marianne it's been pointing out in a recent commercial that there are a lot of ways to spend the night with them. Homeboy for Tony. There's Ritz-Carlton for hip. There's w for family friendly, they're Springfield sweets, and for a plain old hotel room there Sheraton thirty hotel brands, endless experiences. Adding home rentals tha that ecosystem makes a lot of sense says Howard Adler, a professor of hotel management at Purdue University really benefits them because they're expanding their their network already. Adler says home rentals could allow travelers to stay under Marriott roof for every trip. They take for business or pleasure and get loyalty points. But there's a catch much of Maryanto. Tell business is independently owned MorningStar analyst, Dan wa- select says home sharing may cannibalize some of that business. There is some, you know, risk vats alienating the traditional hotel franchisees that are joining the Maryanne brand renting out private houses. Even high end ones. Also, poses risks homes and hotels are built with different safety standards. Aroon soon Dhiraj on a professor of business at NYU says that's one example of why it's going to be difficult for Marriott in another hotel chains to compete head on with Airbnb. I think Airbnb has made depot. Inroads into the hotel business than any of the hotel chains will into the home shedding business. Andy says Mary interest in the market makes the home sharing business. Look more attractive as Airbnb prepares for its IPO later this year.
The Strange Story of Hazel the Outlaw Mummy
"To ensure that mccurdy's rambling days for over. Mccready is hardly the only outlaw turned famous mummy. Take the case of one Hazel Farris, born in Kentucky in eighteen eighty or fisa child and later married to a man with whom she drank heavily and fought loudly. Her history has morphed into folklore, but by all accounts on August. Sixth nineteen o five the couple had an argument over Ferris's desire to buy a new hat. If you've been in a relationship for any length of time, you know, that wasn't really what they were fighting about. The two came to blows and fairus ended up shooting. Her husband who died on the living room floor. Neighbors heard the gunshots. Summoned police the situation did not improve upon their arrival because fairus shot and killed them to. A passing deputy sheriff heard the commotion gained entry to the house and tried to restrain Farris during the scuffle. The deputy tripped on fairus his husband's body accidentally firing his gun and shooting off one of her fingers. There is eventually broke free and fatally shot the deputy as well. So she shot the sheriff, and she did shoot the deputy. With five murders under her belt at five hundred dollar reward for her capture, which I couldn't put into modern figures because the inflation calculators don't go back that far serious fled to Bessemer Alabama to try to begin a new life. One version of her story has her posing as schoolmarm another as her working as a prostitute. But both agree that she drank excessively. She took up with a new man, and when they became engaged fairus confided in him who she really was he immediately gave her up to police on December. Twentieth. Nineteen oh six fairly certain. She wouldn't emerge victorious from a second. Shootout. He sulfurous committed suicide by drinking some combination of whiskey fuel, oil, and arsenic. Ferris's body was taken to Adams vermillion furniture, which also sold caskets and as such functioned as the local funeral parlor. No one came forward to claim her body, which was strangely mummifying rather than decomposing. There is speculation that it's because of the chemicals fairus drink. But I don't put a great deal of stock by that. Regardless of the reason, the corpse had long jetty and certain renown Adams began charging curious visitors ten cents to see the notorious outlaw. After a time fairus his body. Hit the road when Adams loaned the corpse to various exhibitors, including his brother and Tuscaloosa palace, wonders sideshow operator, captain Harvey leabeau's, well and Seabrook's who featured the well preserved remains in his traveling show for forty years when he died Brooks left Hazel to a nephew on the condition that any money raised from displaying her be donated to charity as the story goes Brooks's, nephew, displayed Ferris's mummy to raise money to build churches in Tennessee, just let that paradigm sinking the nephew. Eventually brought her back to Bessemer where she became an infamous attraction at the newly formed hall of history. The hall of history also had exhibits. More typical of modern history museum such as the door to Martin Luther King junior's jail cell and Adolf Hitler's telephone. And it's housed in a restored railroad terminal. Just like the science museum here in my hometown. After a long run at the hall of history. Theorist became the subject of a National Geographic documentary, which is we're reality reasserts itself over folkore. An autopsy performed the documentary indicated the mummified woman had died of pneumonia not poisoning, but one of her fingers had indeed been shot off sometime well before her death. The state of the body tissue was consistent with having been immersed in arsenic. It's entirely possible that the manner of fairus is Steph
The Funhouse Dummy That Was Actually A Human Corpse
"Some hair was still visible on the sides and back of the head but mccurdy's ears big toes and many of his fingers were missing. Of all the clues that lead the corner and company ING historians to determine the mummy's identity. The most interesting was found in the courteous. Now it had nothing to do with his teeth. But was a nineteen twenty four penny and ticket stops to the one forty west pike side show and the Louis sunny museum of crime, the discovery made national headlines an actual distant relative came forward to claim mccurdy's body which was buried on April. Twenty second nineteen seventy seven in the boot hill section of the summit new cemetery in Guthrie,
"mccurdy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"But I'm charity McCurdy along with Megan Bishop, and it was a late night for olive San Antonio. I imagine I'm hurting a little bit. I tried so hard. I just wanted to see some of the game. I wanted to see if I could see the the warm ups knows I want to get that shirt. That is so cool bay. Which is awesome. I mean, you you gotta love the fact that we came off of a Spurs win over the Cavs. You know that was a big boost for the crowded inside talking about a roughly two and a half hour game. Maybe I'm thinking a few beers were had by some fans. I mean, they were ready to bring it for Manteo. And I mean, it was just an incredible night emotional. I don't know about you. I got teared up. When I I heard you talking, you know, giving accolades to his wife has three beautiful boys sitting right there. I mean, the fact that he could talk for an hour. I think. It there and watch him. I just thought it was so funny. The piece that we played at the opening of the show that just really killed me. Because it's like, how could you think we would never love you? How good you? How could you be shocked by that? You know, man, charm, the talent, oh, he's the folk Israel real deal. Yeah. And you know, it was hilarious that Sean Elliott eat, I guess said a lot of the things the other players wanted to say, you know, I think Tim Duncan ended up cutting down his speech to maybe like a whopping five minutes, but you know, anytime those guys speak the behind the scene stories are just hilarious. They have you in stitches, and we're gonna have experts from last night's speeches all morning long on San Antonio's first news, which Charlie Parker. But right now at your FOX business news..
"mccurdy" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Mccurdy with your iheart, El Paso news. President Trump does not have much confidence in bipartisan talks of our border security in an interview with the New York Times Trump called the negotiations. A waste of time. Lawmakers are trying to hammer out a deal on border security to avoid another partial government shutdown on February fifteenth the president has stopped just short of saying he'll declare a national emergency. If he doesn't get funding for the wall. However, he said he set the table for what he plans to deal, and we'll continue to build the wall until it's finished El Paso sector border. And customs agents are learning to handle situations involving large groups of people yesterday personnel with the customs and border, protection and immigration and customs enforcement participated together in a crowd control simulation exercise, the event was staged for agents to hone their skills and intimidation of the arrival of more immigrant caravans at the border. The El Paso, Roman Catholic dioceses making known the names of priests accused of child abuse around three dozen names were on the list made public yesterday on the diocese website by Bishop Mark. Sides. And the statement Bishop side says the publishing of such information is intended to bring healing to victims their families that community and the church body large. His statement also says he's deeply sorrowful because nothing can change. What happened nor take away the pain from all those who suffered the abuse. I'm charity McCurdy and your up-to-date with iheart El Paso news from the four one weather center. This is CBS four daybreak forecaster. Amanda. Then happy Friday, mid sixties all across the land area as well. As those partly cloudy skies, expect a slight ten percent chance of those areas sprinkles closer to the mountain areas, and then as we approach are Super Bowl Sunday, keep in mind, strong winds with dusty conditions after the noontime our for the end of your weekend. Now four full look at your forecast and to track the latest radar just visit our website CBS, four local dot com..
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"mccurdy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I'm charity McCurdy hear the stories. We're following the partial government shutdown has now entered its thirty second day. And no new negotiations are planned between the president and congressional leaders. However, Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader plans to bring up legislation as early as today that would wrap Trump's proposal for a Dhaka extension in exchange for border wall. Funding into a broader package that would include billions of dollars in disaster relief and immediately reopened the government. Democrats are refusing to budge until the government is I reopened. The supreme court is allowing the Pentagon to start enforcing the Trump administration's transgender ban. The order allows a limit to transgender military service while the issue plays out and lower courts. The supreme court may not review the order until sometime next year for the third time in two days. A pedestrian was killed on San Antonio road. This time it was a man who's pickup at broken down on I ten near the ram and he was walking to get help. When he was hit by a motorcyclist. He was hit by other vehicles. At least one eighteen Wheeler. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The motorcycle is hospitalized. The Oscar nominations for two thousand nineteen or out the nominees for best picture include Black Panther black klansman bohemian rhapsody, the favorite green book, Roma. A star is born and vice Christian bale picked up a best actor nomination for his role. As Dick Cheney advice, lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper are both nominated for a star is born and Romy Malik is nominated for his portrayal of Queen singer, Freddie. Mercury and bohemian rhapsody. The Oscars are February twenty fourth breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W dot com. Brought to you by Primo plumbing, more Glenn Beck on the way right now. Traffic and weather together from the amazing exterior siding windows.
Christopher Davalos, Torres And Riquet Barrera discussed on Charlie Parker
"To police as you'll recall Christopher Davalos claimed he left his car with the motor running in the doors unlocked. It a strip center parking lot off and Riquet Barrera to go into a store, and when he came back the woman who seat on the video had stolen the car and police even later released photographs taken by surveillance video of a woman carrying a car seat. But now they've determined that that was not only entirely staged. But there was a. Third person who is involved in. This who is the person who took anti Torres to the location and dropped her off. So she could walk to the car and steal the car to make all this look like this little baby was kidnapped as part of a car theft. When in reality police say now that was not the case. The police chief obviously has no time whatsoever for the Davila family at this point. You'll recall we were talking yesterday about how the family was telling anybody who would listen that the police were incompetent. They were bundling the investigation they were doing their own investigation. Trying to throw police off with fake leads. The chief said Christopher Davalos has spent more time since he's been in jail talking to the media then talking to his own detectives, and he said in very very sternly. This is a quote, he said, even if you're not directly involved in this. If you are withholding information or you have lied to the police, we will charge you at the conclusion of this investigation. So the chief has had up to here with this case, obviously this baby is in grave danger. And hopefully, we'll get to the bottom of this sometime today, but it is a very disturbing case. Dow to say the least all right news director, Jim foresight morning, commentary gyms back again at eight ten a its charity McCurdy for Belgians automotive. In temperatures are all over the place. We get into the high sixties for days, then bam. Here comes another big freeze. Don't get.
Obama says Trump is "a symptom, not the cause" of division
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San Antonio cybersecurity on display at Texas conference
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"mccurdy" Discussed on Small Doses
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"mccurdy" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
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"mccurdy" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
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