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"meecham" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Winds caused by the Santa Ana. The fire risk will be up a little bit, but it won't be warm Temperatures will be moderate. But Cal fire in the county today announcing that they're giving older residents the option out of allow firefighters access to the homes in case of an emergency. County launched our new residential knocked Bach program. These are secure devices that can go on home. The homeowner locks their house key in it. We have a key assigned to the firefighters picking and use that key so we can get access into people's residences without having to break into the residence. It's Cal fire. Santiago Fire Chief Tony Meecham. He and others held a news conference today because it has been the last week in October that we've had some of the worst wildfires and city Kolkata history and today is national make a dog's Day. That's right. There is such a thing. The day is in honor of the 3.3 million dogs that enter shelters across the U. S each year, And it's a reminded of pet lovers that you can make a dog's day by adopting one shelters across the U. S holding adoption events today using the HASHTAG make a Dog's Day. Hard Wall Street. The Dow today closed up 152 points. It's 3 34 checking the freeways. Now, with Coco's real time traffic Here's Laura came. This report is sponsored by the San Diego County BMW Centers on South Benito five before Miramar Road. La Hoya Village Drive, There is a crash on the right shoulder traffic slow back to Mira Mesa Boulevard stays slow to governor. After that, it's okay. South bound five from the slip to the 54 23 minutes is your drive time with a little slowing past the bridge bridge traffic backing up about Mid span through November. 2nd Lisa 2020 BMW 3 30. I said Dan for 3 99 a month for 36 months with 41 24 do it signing Contact to San Diego County BMW Center today for details or.
"meecham" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Coming up. We have been updates on a big Mavericks star that story after traffic and weather together on the eighth of Julian Rogers. Okay, well, 35 e. We've got a couple of issues going south bound. Ah, the worst of which, right now on 35 proper, there's going to be an accident, South bound. Around medical district in the two left lanes. And this is a messy one. For sure you're backed up from 1 83 past mockingbird. Yeah. One of the three airport freeway. You're also seeing delays. In case you're wondering. Ah, the other problem on 35. He was not actually on the freeway. But On the on ramp coming from Woodall. It's blocked and so the freeway that's really going to suffer because of this is you guessed it would all that is jammed up westbound all the way over to 75 Central. For what it's worth. I 30 folks coming in from East Alice, you are still very much backed up from ST Francis. The cause of that is the accident at the 45 exit ramp, So that's still hanging around and 67 north. New trouble coming from Duncanville. That's going to be an accident in the right lane approaching, I 20 Ah little stop and go there from about Cockerel Hill. The good news on the eastbound side of 20 is the wreck near Polk has cleared. There is some heavy traffic still trying to get in that direction from about 35. We still have trouble on the Denton and Tarrant County side. Let's go to Randy Fuller. Yep, uh, north around 35. W quite a bit of activity passed Dale Earnhardt way there is a wreck is situated on the grass beyond the shoulder. Also, the right lane is blocked in the ramp. From Del Earnhardt Ways Also, block Looks like there's a lot of traffic bailing the 1 70 in the eastbound side of one seventies. Pretty congested right now are like the South 3 68 30 is the scene of an accident. Right lane is affected. Backup stretches from Riverside. And for worth north about 35 W heading away from downtown. It's gonna be slow between North Side and Meecham. Problem on 3 80 as you head over towards Princeton. It looks like it's gonna be eastbound at the Monte Carlo Boulevard intersection. So this this could be an accident here, but your going back up almost to bridge former definitely no reports of a signal out into their butt. Another last. Expect at least a 10 minute eastbound delay. I'm Julian Rogers next report at 5 58 and breaking traffic alerts.
"meecham" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Of war. But it was a time of peace. Hey, dad. That's what makes a damn good. And that's the trailer of the movie, the great Santini and Robert Duvall was never better. He may have been as good in the apostle and several other films, including the godfather. But I think he'd tell you bore Meacham that character. Well, you saw his character in apocalypse to where he played that crazy crazy soldier sitting in the middle of the killing fields of ESPN and screaming. I love the smell of napalm in the morning, and let me tell you a bull meecham what a character. And Pat, Conroy was born on this day in history in nineteen forty five and we're covering his story today. And in his words before we do that I wanna play a couple of scenes for the great Santini. And if you have not seen this movie rented, and you'll love it and Blythe Danner is amazing in this. And that's the Paltrow's mom, quite an actress. And then rent prince of tides. And you'll have really gotten a glimpse of the life of Pat, Conroy in the work of Pat, Conroy because those two movies, actually and genuinely reflect the character of the novels, and then it'll make you want to read those books if you're a reader, and even if you're not if you will not be able to put them down. Here is Robert Duvall bull meecham the great Santini giving a pep talk. Who is soldiers in that movie? Seats, gentlemen. You may not have the privilege of serving onto the meanest. Toughest screaming, a squadron commander, Marine Corps me. Now, I don't want you to consider musician commanding office. I want you to look on me. Well. God..
"meecham" Discussed on KCRW
"National political correspondent Mara Liasson is in the studio with us to talk more about the service and Mara. What stood out to you? What stood out to me? Was that all week? We've been hearing so much about Bush forty one as a statesman, even though he only served one term. He presided over these epochal events the end of the Soviet Union. His diplomatic skills helped the Cold War and nonviolently today was so personal. It was all about the man behind the accomplishments, the friend. The father was a moment to celebrate his character traits, including how goofy he could. And Jon Meacham his biographer who eulogized him said, the Dana Carvey, the comedian who impersonated Bush said the key to him was to think of Mr. Rogers trying to act like John Wayne meecham also told the story about how on the primary campaign trail in New Hampshire once Bush grabbed the hand of a department store mannequin and asked for it's hers vote when he realized his mistake. He said never know gotta ask think. Always a politician. Now, President Trump forty five attended the service. There was protocol for all this. Of course, he was next to the Obamas. And then came the Clintons, and then the Carters in that order, I believe all in the front row was President Trump received was received politely. It did. Look a little awkward all of the former's club presidents, and their wives were all talking and chatting, of course, many of them have been together before whether at Senator McCain's funeral or Barbara Bush's funeral when Trump arrived the Obamas shook his hand, but that was the end of it. They all stared straight ahead. No more interactions after that. But at the same time, it's important to remember that the Bush's wanted him there. They explicitly didn't want him at Barbara Bush's funeral John McCain didn't want him at his funeral. But this was a state funeral. The bushes wanted to do it. According to tradition and protocol Donald Trump did spend time with the Bush family privately yesterday. And of course, declared today a national day of mourning. It's interesting staying with John McCain's funeral for second. Because. As I recall that featured very much in the spirit of the man being remembered explicit rebukes of President Trump that was not at all the case today. Right. John. Mccain's funeral was called kind of a meeting of the resistance. But no that was not the case today. Any comparisons between George Hw Bush, Trump might have been unavoidable, but they were all implicit not explicit, Jon Meacham, the biographer said under Bush's watch a wall came down a dictatorship didn't stand doors were opened for disabled people, and he explained Bush's thousand points of light vision, which of course, is people volunteering to improve their communities, and it was hard not to remember that just a few months ago. Donald Trump had really almost gratuitously derided and attacked a thousand points of light. But Meacham today said that that phrase was the companion verse in the American national him to Abraham Lincoln's better angels of our nature. So a lot of implicit comparisons. Brian Mulroney, the prime minister of Canada who negotiated NAFTA with Bush and was his great friend talked about how Bush's vision for NAFTA. Which he said has just been modernized and improved by a new administration, really endures three great North American nations, Mexico, Canada, and the US integrated by trade, and he went on to talk about the respect that Bush drew from every world leader. Let me tell you that when George Bush was president of.
"meecham" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"They favorite pastime with George H W Bush was firing up his boat. The fidelity and opening up to three three hundred horsepower engines to fly. Across the Atlantic with the secret service boats straining to keep up. Former President George W Bush eulogizing has father today forty first president, George H W Bush. He he had a lot of humor in his eulogy before he broke down at the end. Let's welcome in Andy Field from Capitol Hill. Andy an amazing day there in the capital today at ordered emotional day cathedral. Yeah. Very emotional damage. There's a lot of adjectives we can use the other day. You told us great story about being there at the White House on the day. The Berlin Wall came down. And we just heard so many phenomenal stories about American history today, and also, you know, the life of George Hw Bush. It's interesting is that this is a man who we all know politics is rough and tumble, and and and certainly people get into it here. But it was a very different time when he was president here in Alan Simpson. The former Senator Wyoming said it best saying that George H W. Bush. Never hated anyone. He said he knew that hatred. Carotid the container. It's carried it. It was a message not just four how wonderful most of the people there saw George H W Bush was but for Kern politicians today to say, maybe you should look at this man as an example. Yeah. There were a lot of great lines from all of the people that spoke today, Jon Meacham, who wrote the Bush biography. Was phenomenal as well. One of the things he said any it was very hard to not think that some of this might be directed to the current administration. Meecham said that George H W Bush always said tell the truth don't blame people certainly we've seen the opposite of that in politics today. James Baker was there he was in tears as a past reminded the audience, how James Baker the former secretary of state had rubbed the president's feet while he was dying. A Baker knew them so long. He was a democrat. Before he he he joined the Bush administration and became a Republican. And then Alan Simpson, this this was one of the most wonderful quotes who said those who travel the road of humility or not bothered by heavy traffic in Washington. One of those who take the high road. Right. Those who travel a great notch are not are not bothered by the traffic. Yeah. Some people did point out to how you know. And you were there Andy. So, you know, George Bush like a lot of presidents, you know, he had a contentious relationship at sometimes with the media. We also have to remember back then there was no Twitter. There was no Facebook. No it wasn't. But he was all, you know, we we don't see the kind of relationship with the media today. And again, you know, this is not bashing the current president. There were a lot of politicians who act this way. Now, it's not just President Trump, but he was always respectful both the senior president and the younger president in terms of dealing with the press wasn't this animosity that exists today. And then one of the other things certainly was a lot of humor here. Alan Simpson was so funny. He could take the stand up act on the road. But one of the things that was great was that George W Bush said about his father, you said, you know, he had to to one was full throttle and sleep. True. He went all the time a lot like my father and probably like your father. I think that was more of a generational thing than anything else. All right. Andy field. We could talk to you all day, my friend. Unfortunately, we're out of time. He was born with just two.
"meecham" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"His life is saved. And that's part of what meecham and Mulroney talked about about how he continued his life, and he cherished his life and even his son said maybe cherish even more because he almost lost it twice. Not only at that point. But but due to a health scare when he was a teenager, and when you face issues, and this is not a flawless person. No one is and listen, he went in the dirt with Willie Horton, and there were questions on Iran contra, and some people criticized them on if he was calling economic messages food do economics for Reagan, and then sign up with them, those are more more policy issues. And I we've talked many times ADEMA how we. We are times can gloss over in heightened the praise when someone does everyone happens everyone, and it's not a bad gesture. Okay. These are two of us who both of us say we just hate when individuals are disingenuous. I don't think there's a lot of disingenuous words about George Bush right now, here's the thing too. It's like you can criticize all you want the the Bush forty one presidency. It's been done since he left office in nineteen Ninety-two. And there is absolutely as you just mentioned valid criticism, and including the aids epidemic in there is some absolutely valuable criticism there, and you can criticize all you want, and it has been criticized up until this point, it will be criticized after this point, but for these few days, I mean, can we take a few moments to acknowledged someone's life? And if you absolutely vehemently opposed the man and to this day because of his policy. Hate for hate him. Or what he represents? That's fine. We're getting right away. Right. Ex- warmonger? Yup. Just you know pass on those thoughts for a couple of days. I mean that to me that just contributes to where we're at right now. And like you said many times the current president of the White House. He didn't start this this country. There were how opposed we've become and how on opposite sides we become he didn't start it. He's a product of it. But he's taking it to the valley. If we really if we're really genuine about wanting to end that division Divinis and come together. Then you've got to start with yourself to and say, okay. You know, I'm gonna pass doing this. I'm just gonna go right? There are times to do it. Okay. And I will say this anybody who listening all when I was the fan, right? 'cause I never was here when when w president I was not a fan of the of the administration. I thought there were enormous important issues that they completely failed George W Bush also comports himself in a decent character driven away. I disagree on so many policy points. Okay. Even though the last election, I voted for Republican. But there are times you can judge someone as a person and weaken decide what parts of their life. We wanna judge at that particular time, right and. The contrast between. George H W Bush and the president president is remarkable now to Donald Trump's credit. The last three or four days he has handled himself. Well, I think it's kinda odd the rat this bar now that we have to give the president credit for not tweeting out vitriolic words or acting rational. And the reporting is from the Washington Post that the Bush family and people close to the president. Came to an agreement in the summer where the president would be invited. Unlike the McCain funeral, but that please can we avoid some of the nonsense when this was going on. Did you did you see when when the president the first lady came in? It was a simple normal handshake between Barack Obama. Michelle Obama in the Trump's Bill Clinton did look over. I don't know if Donald actually saw him at that time. There was not a hint of looking over from the former first lady Mr. Trump's opponent in two thousand and sixteen back to the funeral itself. More on that we come back eight one eight zero seven eight one eight zero seven back in moments, but I'm gonna talk about a Harry's right now. Harry's razor I used once again today, I will use once again tomorrow, and it's a razor that I have been using for five years I've jumped on board like no exaggeration, millions of others and the product continues to get better..
"meecham" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks
"Fist, Danny Rian returns in New York City after being presumed dead for fifteen years to reclaim his family company from herald meecham and his children ward Meech of enjoy Meacham. They're both fifteen years gone, I wonder. Oh, see, that's just did. Y'all could revitalize both of these shows at same time. I should have to Kimmy Schmidt iron. Fist crossover. There you go, boom, they're both in New York, come on man. Shit rights is self and obviously another one cage win. A sabotage experiment gives them super strength and unbreakable skin. Luke cage becomes a fugitive attempting to rebuild his life in Harlem in Masumi confront his past and fight a battle for the heart of his city. Like I said, I'm just shocked that they would cancel Luke cage after the reception at a guy during his first season. I don't know how people reacted to the second season. I know I didn't joy. I definitely enjoyed the second season Luke cage much more than I did the second half of season one, but I, I don't know. Maybe viewership just wasn't there this time. Who knows. Since eight is another one. The story of since eight begins when the psychic connection of eight strangers from different cultures and parts of the world is birth by a woman called and Jelica who kills herself to avoid capture by name may and name whispers. Now, since was was an interesting show because I always had a feeling that they were gonna cancel since just because it always seemed that the production budget was way too high on it to be a series on that flakes or really any network because they do a lot of globe-trotting in that show. Now, granted some of locations, I'm sure probably sets and stuff like that, and they're not necessarily going to all these locations, but I always thought that that show was spending way too much money on. Globetrotting and not having the story to really bring in viewers like they may have thought that they could or would who knows. None of what we got is house of cards set in present day, Washington, DC, house of cards. The story of Frank Underwood, Kevin Spacey a democrat from South Carolina's fifth congressional district and the house majority whip who after getting passed over for appointment as secretary of state the size to exact his revenge on those who betrayed him. Now, everything I've ever heard about, how's the cars that it's really, really, really, really, really good show. I have not had the pleasure of seeing house of cards by they are canceling the show basically because of the whole sexual assault scandal. Behind Kevin Spacey. He was fired from the show. They are finishing up the last season without him, but. Yeah, they're not renewing it anymore after this. That's just some. And I mean, here's like a couple of dozen more shows. Netflix canceled this year. I don't know if if because Netflix is notorious for not releasing its ratings numbers, so we have no idea how many people were watching this, how many people weren't. If there was some drama behind the scenes of why they canceled two shows or they didn't feel that there was just vacation to keep story going. I mean, who fucking knows it could be a multitude of reasons. It could be all those reasons. We don't know, and we may never know. But with the Morrow shows, in particular, I really do feel like Netflix is just making a point to Disney and their service streaming service. It's like, hey, fuck you. We don't need your shit and we don't want your shit like we're not gonna let you use us to make money on our platform when you're gonna turn around and pull your other content like your your Disney movies, your marvel movie, Star Wars and shit like that from our platform and I get it. I mean, I it's business is cut throat, but I get, I get it. I just hope then Netflix doesn't end up relying on just all these cold-case docu series and sitcoms like I don't wanna bunch of the ranches and I don't wanna bunch of you know how to make a murderer. Like I, I enjoy how to make murderer, and I just finished up season two. And I don't have anything against documentaries and stuff like that, but I just don't want everything on Netflix to be either some kind of comedy, comedic sitcom, and or documentary about some coal cases or serial killers or some such like that. That's, that's all. That's all I'm saying that's that's coming from with it..
"meecham" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Angry edge. But I may have gotten the cancer. I think it might be back. Now, I gotta look who who's doing better Dexter or Nancy bought one who's getting more roles. Probably Nanci Bowen. I haven't seen her in anything Mary. Louise parker. Yeah. See what blessing Mary? Louise parker. Did. I love her to great shows, by the way. Oh, he's got a new show. Michael got a new show. Netflix. It's called a serial killer because he's not interested. It's called safe safe. Right. Tell it's his it's a British. It's a British pass on on subtitles, Derek. What's up? Grab alive. Yeah. I was gonna say the hunting of hill house started off good. But the last couple of episodes were so long in boring in drawn out. But then also wanna be a earlier caller was talking about the original movie had Vincent Price in it. Which was one of the all time best or movie guys? And then they actually remade the original you that one had Liam meecham and Catherine Zeta Jones in it, not lose. Okay. If Liam Neeson's in a movie, and he does not have a particular set of skills than I am not interested in that movie. Seven two seven five seven nine hundred to five will come back and run down some of the news stories today if you did not hear who got released from from jail today. I can't believe more people aren't outraged about this. I feel like I've lived to lifetime. Seeing this come full circle. I did not even know that he was eligible for parole, but how can people be outraged? He served his time. I'm not gonna lie. I just read the story this morning figured out. What this guy did? And I have no idea how the hell. He's getting out of prison day. We'll talk about that.
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"You. Just can't quite rule it out. Firing up or just popping. Up but ninety one for the high today, it's. Going to be hot and muggy for everyone in mostly sunny for the, majority, of, us tomorrow a better shot of rain we'll see some scattered showers and storms likely for the afternoon, and, evening, tomorrow, a high of. Eighty six forecast. It's powered by the basement, doctor canal Winchester this morning already very warm seventy three's what. We have their seventy five at, your severe, weather station News Radio six ten w t v m just opening a nice note here, from Charles
"meecham" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"You and it gets more details. On, his, accident. In northwest Dallas I've, been thirty, five loop twelve Walton Walker that accident, has the right lane blocked off and that is a bumper, to bumper delay from six thirty five it's also causing some. Northbound onlooker delays, from story lane. In oak cliff, we've been dealing with a couple of problems here's rainy fuller with Neff date Northbound thirty-five Ewing in oak. Cliff it's clear now backup goes to he's that's unwinding also. Cliff keast is closed exiting thirty-five due to a truck hauling bales of hay unable to make. It, off of the freeway backups are happening both directions of keys to the. Service road and thirty five from Overton grand prairie westbound thirty before MacArthur, there's a wreck blocking the right lane traffic in the backup moves toward, loop twelve taking a. Look at those delays in downtown Fort, Worth once again with Julian Rogers both one twenty one and thirty five heading, at the merge still backed up. The good news is the accident, at two eighty has cleared the damage done as they say. We're backed up almost for. Meecham and coming through Holcombe city at standstill beginning around beech, street now the other problem we had twenty westbound that just popped. Up at Crawley James police thankfully were able to keep this confined to. The right shoulder but there is some slow. Rolling traffic from thirty five. W. Thanks to. You. Mike and the dark traffic tip hotline for this one. In Carrollton westbound turnpike before, Josie it's an accident in the two left lanes and traffic is solid to. Marsh in plano northbound on the. Tollway before the Sam Rayburn tollway there's an accident on the. Right shoulder and that backup is passed wind haven plus at the prosper Frisco line do you. Have, delays northbound on the tollway approaching three eighty also along the westbound lanes. Of three, eighty from Preston over to the tollway Angela chase your next, report at five thirty and breaking traffic alerts when they happen Rain chances continue right through the weekend now we're getting a break. Late this.
"meecham" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To answer your questions about his newest book exit west as part of our now read this book club that's friday on the pbs newshour yesterday's warm temperatures might have been a little shock to the system they were to mine i today will be a little bit cooler but still a sunny warm day high temperatures from the low seventies to the low eighties from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston president trump is threatening to hold up the trade agreement his administration finalized with south korea to gain more leverage for talks with north korea speaking in ohio yesterday trump said the trade deal with south korea is a very strong card and he wants to be sure everyone is treated fairly hawaii is on the verge of approving physician assisted suicide hawaii public radio's bill dorman reports the issue has divided lawmakers for years the debate over what supporters called death with dignity has stretched for decades in hawaii it's been a topic of emotional demonstrations on both sides of the issue and differing versions of the measure were defeated in the past three legislative sessions the governor says he'll sign the bill and when he does the law will go into effect on january first the search for a man wanted in the shooting death of an off duty police officer and southwestern kentucky has ended with the suspect dead in tennessee authorities say james dean corsi was impersonating cop when he pulled over officer philip meecham and killed him josh divine is with the tennessee bureau of investigation to corsi ignored repeated verbal commands and the situation escalated from there resulting in the.
"meecham" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"News good morning thirty three degrees and cloudy in des moines feels like twentyseven with wind chill this morning the news brought to you by mobility centers of iowa in grimes and our top local story iowa governor kim reynolds would like the state to develop a children's mental health service system she says she intends to sign an executive order to begin developing the system that'll be based on recommendations by the children's advisory committee the governor says it's vital to identify the early signs of depression and mental health challenges in children and work to prevent the loss of life to suicide our top national story police in tennessee shot and killed a man suspected of fatally shooting an offduty police officer in kentucky on thursday police say the suspect shot hopkinsville kentucky police officer philip meecham and took off in a stolen pickup truck while this morning josh divine spokesman for the tennessee bureau of investigation said officers spotted the truck in a restaurant parking lot and received a call from a hotel across the street that a man matching the suspect's description was seen asking for a cigarette the officers encountered the suspect walking toward the restaurant it appears at that point that decor see ignored repeated verbal commands and the situation escalated from there resulting in the law enforcement officers firing upon coursey killing him police have not given a motive for the shooting of officer meacham but the hopkinsville police chief said the suspect had a prior arrest record and was known to police californians are being warned to think twice about their daily cup of coffee over concerns it could increase the risk of cancer but coffee drinker megan doesn't think the news will stop her from the morning brew deter me because i feel like there's so many things that has cancer warnings today really insignificant los angeles judge ruled that comes will need to put a warning label on the beverages to comply with state law because the cancer causing carcinogen acrylamide carcinogen acrylamide is producing that is produced during the roasting there appears to be a loophole in i was gun laws if the holder of a concealed carry permit commits a crime or becomes mentally unfit there's a procedure in place where we do suspend or revoke we send them a certified letter telling them to turn it back into the sheriff's office that doesn't always happen so there's a gap right there if database available for like a.
"meecham" Discussed on WDRC
"One eight eight eight five seven four two seven to three and we'll be back fox news radio i'm carmen roberts russia responds tit for tat to the us expulsion of sixty diplomats for these suspected poisoning of a spy in england russian foreign minister sergei lavrov says sixty american diplomats have until april fifth to leave the country the united states has until saturday to close its consulate in saint petersburg the largest it has in russia says rich edson a suspected cop killer dies in a confrontation with police in tennessee clarksville police say officer shot james corsi wanted for yesterday's murder of a cop in kentucky someone he likely knew considering they're both from here it's very likely like i said it's not that big of a city you either went to one of two or three schools growing up so it's a good chance hopkinsville police chief clayton sumner the officer killed was thirty eight year old philip meecham and the us military says a roadside bomb in syria killed two coalition personnel and injured five yesterday fox news we report you decide here's your on this date update for march thirtieth the i pencil with an eraser attached was patented the day in eighteen fifty eight the us board alaska from russia on this date in eighteen sixty seven we pay two cents an acre for the forty ninth state and president reagan and press secretary jim brady were shot and seriously wounded outside a washington hotel today in nineteen eightyone by john hinkley born on this date.
"meecham" Discussed on WRVA
"After police say an officer was killed by a man pretending to be a fellow comp the suspect james decor see killed by police after being located in tennessee police say decor see was impersonating an officer when he pulled over offduty policeman philip meecham and fatally shot him teachers in oklahoma say up planned walkout for monday is still on after governor mary fallon approved the largest teacher pay raise in state history teacher organization say the raises are not enough and are asking for more funding for education smaller class sizes and teacher turnover walk until we get what we need tulsa classroom teachers association vice president sean mutt right russia is retaliating after the us expel dozens of his diplomats the kremlin says sixty american diplomats now have one week to leave the country the move comes after the us and several other countries kicked out russian diplomats over the poisoning of an ex russian spy and his daughter in the your friday forecast verbal cloudiness some scattered showers maybe an afternoon thundershowers highs lower seventies pretty nice start to the weekend saturday sunshine highs mid sixties mostly cloudy skies come back sundays way day showers possible highs in the sixties twelve this meteorologist jim duncan newsradio eleven forty wnba and now a ninety six point one the world seems really volatile right now the eight hours i'm at work it just feels like a long time to be away from what's going on jeff katz keeps you informed this afternoon from three to six on news radio eleven forty w r v.
"meecham" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Are your children in the right car seat for their age and size is the seat supposed to be forwardfacing or rearfacing did they move to a booster seat too soon it may be too late to check when you're on the road fortunately you're on the couch car crashes are a leading killer of children one to thirteen don't think you know know you know in kentucky a deadly end to a manhunt after police officer was killed by a man pretending to be a fellow cop the suspect james decor see killed by police after being located in tennessee police say decor see was impersonating an officer when he pulled over off duty policeman philip meecham and fatally shot him teachers in oklahoma say up and walk out for monday is still on after governor mary fallon approved the largest teacher pay raise in state history teacher organization say the raises are not enough and are asking for more funding for education smaller class sizes and less teacher turnover until we get what we need tells the classroom teachers association president sean mutt right russia is retaliating after the us expelled dozens of its diplomats the kremlin says sixty american diplomats now have one week to leave the country the move comes after the us and several other countries kicked out russian diplomats over the poisoning of an ex russian spy and his dog in the uk dave packer abc news i'm russell shaw with realty one group in forty years i've been through every kind of real estate market no matter the market we have always gotten our sellers the most money in the least time with the fewest hassles.
"meecham" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Go right and so to me i would much rather make aggressive mistakes apologize and fix it then always be right because i took my time i used to hate the term let sleep on get back to mama so he doesn't make me james the way i think let's go fail quickly and unfortunately i've proven that a million times in this job because in this job everybody writes about your fails certainly had my share but but what i've learned is in this job is to really it's really not mile pj it won't be my lpga when i'm gone it wasn't my opi j for god here but there are people that it is there l lbj i mean this is a maryland smith's lbj nancy lopez outages pat she and it's these people these people built it they still own it it's their brand and so i might be sitting at the desk right now but it's not only my best interest quite frank it's my responsibility to make sure that the other members of the lpga understand big changes when i was going to announce a fifth major which i realized was gonna have a lot of people setting things on fire it took me probably six months to finally get to the microphone because i really wanted to sit down with ana and have that conversation with nancy lopez i wanted to talk to former commissioners like charlie meecham i really wanted to hear all the different challenges i sat down with a bunch of media people off the record and said tell me about this and so i hate being that slow but the job is forced me to to gather some more input before taking on the biggest challenges not because i'm afraid of the mistake i really actually enjoy the mistake but what i don't want to do is have any of our members who feel like this is their brand their company feel like they didn't have input voice and direction into that brand and sometimes i'm in such a hurry i'm convinced i'm right.
"meecham" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"This morning i believe and he was asked you know you've imposed this steel and aluminum tariffs are threatening to impose them and you've already exempted japan and the european union and south korea so what's going on here and meecham said well we've had ongoing negotiations all these countries and the they basically keep didn't give us some assurances here that they'd worked things out on the steel and aluminum side and negotiations are constantly been going on and i don't think the chinese really wanna trade war we don't really want a trade war i think what we're seeing here is trump basically before our very is showing us the art of the deal the way he does deals to very publicly huffing and puffing threaten and while the negotiations are going on and then he gets word whether you know his tweets and his threats have had any impact on the negotiations so i won't not i will not be surprised if trump succeeds in in getting quite a bit of what what he's looking to achieve in these ongoing trade negotiations no i think trump really wants to get away from the multilateral trading system where you sit down with a hundred countries and you try to all agree on some sort of trade pact the problem with that is it's very hard to change things making trade more bilateral allows you to tell the other country look we've got some of your companies cheating here there's some unfair things going on let's sit down and we hadn't renegotiate that part of it that's actually a pretty useful way to save the free trade system from the excesses of unfair trade that and will pop up a free trade system guest is edward your jenny edward is the author of his newest book predicting the markets he's also president at your any research and so much going on this week ed we had the first media conference hosted by the new fed chair jay powell and i thought he i thought he did a very very good job in media conference oh absolutely it's a very solid individual professionally he's.
"meecham" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Today's news highlights our dedication to mlk the battle over in lk day move super bowl southern states weren't the lastest celebrated the law making it a national holiday was signed by a republican president and you'll never guess who voted for the us senate here things 10 things you we don't know about him okay day after democrats law like michigan representative john conyers introduced the bill to make it a federal holiday each year came pressures from colorado sky came the selc the king center gop president ronald reagan and many others to give them the law in 1983 the first celebration as a federal holiday was january 20th19 eightysix illinois was a first date celebrate martin luther king junior's birthday as a holiday that took place in nineteen seventythree stevie wonder how m o k become a federal holiday released the song happy birthday with so many people play honor of doctor king it became a rallying cry m o k basic quarters south carolina used to allow state employees to either take em okay they off for one of the other several holiday commemorating confederate states of america lots democrats voted for him okay to be holiday but so soda feature house speaker newt gingrich as well as former gop congressman jenk the jack kemp an expert player super bowl the super bowl was supposed to be played in tempe arizona arizona governor evan meecham rescinded elk day and fail the referendum to reinstate it it led owners in the nfl to move the game passing in california that year it cost the.