25 Burst results for "Melita"

Malika Andrews on Kyrie, KD, and the Brooklyn Nets

ESPN Daily

03:51 min | 4 months ago

Malika Andrews on Kyrie, KD, and the Brooklyn Nets

"Weekend. It is really good to hear your voice back on espn daily. It's good to be back. And i'm back not in orlando and not eating sushi. What what is this. It's strange times. The last time we spoke was almost two months ago. Exactly actually you had just left the bubble. You just return to where you are. Now you're in manhattan apartment. The corner bodega had welcomed. You back like beauty and the beast like little town came alive to welcome you in the i did bring the data guys. I brought them the nba masks from the bubble. They very much enjoyed those. That was that scored big free. Coffee points with them so melita. I am super excited to talk to you today. You are covering the brooklyn nets this season for. Espn yeah and you went to your. I unbuckled nba game in a really really long time It was the first preseason game the debut of the brooklyn debts. And they face the wizards on sunday night in brooklyn. So what was it like actually going inside the building so i arrived at barclays center too early. The doors open at three. And i was standing outside at two thirty with alex schiffer who is the nets beat writer for the athletic. We stand outside six feet apart of the media entrance to barclays center for a half an hour chatting. Eventually we walk inside. We go through security as normal and the testing folks come through and they set up at their tables and they say okay. Who's i and i say i'm i i'll do it. This test is one of the longer. Cue tips goes a little bit farther up your nose and the results come back in six minutes. So i my one blue line as i was negative and i got to walk through to where we're normally sitting in. The seats are distance feet apart. Only seven of us that got clear to be in barclays center. And that's where. I sat and watched the game. You can interact with players. You can't interact with coaches you can't interact with the front office members you are up on the concourse level and they are down on the court and that boundary cannot cross so that sounds extraordinarily rigorous also kind of strange which sets you up to actually watch an nba game in a realized full time nba arena. And i want to get into. I want to get into kevin durant and his return to play in a little bit. But i want to start here. Melita with kyrie irving because it's impossible. Not to at this point he was making headlines all last week for refusing to speak to people like us in the media and all of that changed yesterday when he ends up finally having a session with journalists so first off. Please take us through. What made all of this so highly anticipated like this is a preseason media availability but it was certainly not a normal event well it was just preseason availability but preseason availability is also the first time we hear from these guys and because it was his. First preseason availability. It's also the first time that we've had a chance to talk to him since he had season ending shoulder surgery in february. So that's been a long time. A lot has happened.

NBA Brooklyn Nets Barclays Center Alex Schiffer Brooklyn Espn Orlando Manhattan Wizards Nets Kyrie Irving Melita Kevin Durant
Closing Out the NBA Bubble With Malika Andrews

ESPN Daily

04:21 min | 6 months ago

Closing Out the NBA Bubble With Malika Andrews

"So Melita. Today is the day where are we reaching you right now for the listener if you could describe what's around you what you're looking at potentially I suppose the last time. I'm in my hotel room at the Grand Destino. Coronado Springs. Hotel. And this has been my my room, my home, my apartment for the last one, hundred, seven days Melita Andrews has been inside the NBA bubble as long as any other member of the media. It feels like moving I'm down to the bits and bobs that are no longer fun like the half eaten bag of Doritos did I want to decide what I want to do with and the? Is that I have to decide really to these need to stay or go but I only have about two hours until I am getting picked up. And then you will be back among us out years. So Melita as. The most successful covert related experiment in America comes to an end. What's the current status of the bubble? Now are people still abiding by all the protocols yesterday officially, the bubble quote unquote burst and it means a green yellow and red zone which coordinates to the colors of our credentials. So previously where I was staying was all green, which was the first tier, wear players, referees, select media, members, coaches, MBA staff were, and those folks got tested every day when the Lakers won that became more squishy because the governor's owners or whatever you want to call them like Guinea boss who was in yellow were able to come down onto the court, the agents and family members and thinking of folks like rich Paul. Who had watched the championship in yellow were then to come into the Green Zone to party all night long with the Los Angeles Lakers this hotel opens to the public tomorrow while so we're literally the last people in here. There are maybe half a dozen MBA staff trying to make sure that. is getting figured out I actually went to the package to check for one more package and it was like last packages for Lebron James Lacks packages for Jimmy Butler last. For, Andrews. Melinda Adams all lined up sort of all in one area. So. Melinda when the bubble burst yesterday, my producer said. Oh Melita. You are not going to be ready. And she's right I'm not. What Melinda was referring to what she was warning you about is what it's like on the outside he yeah. Well, because everything when I first got here, there were a lot of folks who joked. When you got out of quarantine you served your time Oh, your your time is up. And that always bothered me mainly because when you look at the prison systems in the United, states that has been a hotbed for corona virus in many cases because people are in such close quarters and so. They couldn't be more different than the discomfort that folks who are incarcerated here in the united. States are going through as they're battling covid and what that means. People keep asking me here I get texts from my family I get it from the people who are checking us out. Are you so excited to go home I think when I came down here for months ago there was a real hope that I had that it would sort of be like this machine I would go in, get spit back out on the other side and things would be different. Country Standpoint of where we at with CORONA VIRUS AND That anxiety. Is. Still there.

Melita Andrews Melinda Adams Los Angeles Lakers Grand Destino Coronado Springs Lebron James NBA America Jimmy Butler Guinea Producer United
"melita" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"melita" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"Wherever she's on their show all the time I was getting a manny petty and I heard a voice that sounded very familiar and I look peers on the show from time to time but Melita has a very distinctive tattoo like a Rosary Tattoo on her ankle so of course I quickly googled and that's it for this episode of happier and Hollywood emails or send US voice memo to happier in Hollywood and g mail dot Com thank you for listening and please subscribe please please if you haven't already thank you so much to our incredible guests Felicia Day by her new book embrace already from the onward projects.

Melita Hollywood Felicia Day manny US
"melita" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"melita" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Today. Smaller loans over a long period of Huckabee expensive. Now. Colorado's morning news. The vaccination Bill that we've added another step in the process to get an exemption from getting children back stated has affected died in the state capital. Senate majority leader move the Bill to tomorrow's calendar. The last day legislative session affectively killing that Bill, but we are talking with the Bill sponsor democrat Representative Molly Melita to get an idea of what he his efforts were on this Bill. Good morning. Having. So I'm talk about a little bit about the testimony. I'm sure you heard a lot of parents foreign against as well. And obviously, you've had advocated to say, we're not trying to prevent you. But let's have a little discussion about before decide not to vaccinate your kid. Yeah. And that's that's really what we're trying to. You know, a real public health crisis that's happening throughout the country and Colorado ranks last in the country for garden vaccination rates. And the last thing that we wanna see is student her from something that's preventable into. That's really what we're trying to do is. We're trying to improve those immunization rates in and make sure that our kids can go to school in fashion without pitching preventable disease. Let's walk back just for a minute. If we could as it is now do school districts get to decide about whether they allow unvaccinated children in schools does the state to get to decide where is it? Where's the law right now? So it's really. We're having right now is is the first to pay netted Simpson is really. Go to the school. And and if you wanna don't, you know, bring your records or anything like that you can write on the back of paper that I get my child. And that's really what we looked at here is that how does that play a role in where we're at today without resorting to the state in experts. They believe that that has play roles. And so really what this Bill does formalizes that process and has in complete a standardized form. Take that to the local public health agency to then certificate of exemption. So that when they registered their child for school day, either have the record of or that ticket of exemption testimony last night for the parents that don't want to vaccinate their kids. What is the rationale and reasoning behind? It is at the autism scare is it something about the preservatives. Why don't they why don't they want their kids to get shots? I think it's a broad spectrum. If it really passionate issue on both sides, and you know, we've really tried to listen and make the best policy of the people, you know, but still solve the problem because we have a problem. I think that there's concerns about the safety of vaccines. There's concerns about reactions and genetic issues that people might have in regards the reactions to those vaccines. There's people that are concerned about lack of studies. But I think the biggest thing that that. From an emergency room nurse. That's what I do outside of the capitol is that you know, we have dodgers epidemiologist who this is their career of their role that they've they live in. And and they came to us and telling us that we have a real problem that it's you know, it's a dangerous thing that's going on in Colorado. Right. In wrapping up with you. We've heard that you've gotten a threatening Email about this. Did you have any idea? This issue would incite such anger and such passionate emotion. Yeah. I think that you know, I knew it was going to be passionate issue. I think that obviously there's there's boundaries. That were crossed those are completely unacceptable. I didn't run for office and come down to the capital to not tackle issues in. This is a real issue. That is putting our kids at risk. And and I want to do something about a democratic Representative Kamo. Thank you for your time. We appreciate it think so much have a great the five fifteen.

Bill Colorado dodgers Huckabee Senate democrat Representative Molly Representative Simpson
"melita" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"melita" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"His basketball career Hollywood unlocked reports at the pair officially called it quits after Chloe learned, but an alleged affair between tristen and Jordan who is Kylie jenner's best friend and house guest over the Valentine's Day weekend. Tristen and the twenty one year old met up at a private party at his LA home where the partygoers claimed to have seen the to a listers looking suspiciously intimate. But it's like he was throwing a party. Why wouldn't? Khloe be there. No. There's so many things that are reared what the hell is Hollywood unlocked. That's the first question. And since when did they become CNN? However, the Cleveland Cavaliers player did not denied the claims and said that they're fake news. And a since deleted tweet, it seems khloe disagrees with his assertions though, since she and her friends commented on Hollywood unlocks Instagram posts about the affair khloe commented a series of shouting emojis while Bessie Maliki hawk Roach. Strong sacks Larson Pippen chimed in with an Amen. We'll interesting is that chloe's common in particular isn't necessarily a confirmation because there has been little to no statements put out by the Kardashian, Kim themselves just chloe's, I don't count Melita Elorza as a car. Dash just close comment and close comment was emoji of man silhouette shouting, which couldn't be like all you people are always talking shit. It could mean something else, even though it's totally true. No. And by the way, I am taking me Ken Larsen like they crashing rain in their friends. Yes. Jordan woods, apparently. And so if they're giving weight to this gravitas, I really think that is true. And what's so crazy when it first came out, the TMZ headline was khloe interest in split after rumor that with these friend, and I was like, well, we only know of one France. And there's no way it can be Jordan. She must have another friend. But the fact that it's short in his fucking. No. I mean, I shot of TMZ sports in our chat. And I was like there's no way this is true. But it's like usually TMZ teams, he's not the most unreliable like as much as they have a reputation for being trash, Lloyd like they do their research, and they get the paperwork and their increased genders pocket. Right. I go back and forth because on the one hand like oath TMZ says it's true because they base their stuff and like sacked base like courthouses. But on the other hand, they spread they they literally when they were talking about you said the most that's so true today at eight point two million followers. I two point. And and you know, what I wasn't mad. But they also said President Trump tweeted about me, which like on the say would've loved the press. But he did it. Right. So they actually are get it wrong a lot. So we only know I'm demanding. Recall, right. There was a fake Trump tweet about like this was like years ago before Trump was even political when he was the guy who celebrity apprentice. And each we hilarious things. Like, I've never seen a thin person drinking diet coke so true. So I made a fake tweet that said men that girl. No job is one gal and they posted on Instagram being like, oh, even celebrity apprentice loves me. This was literally two thousand twelve like they put it on TMZ TV show. They have a TV show about saying that I had a point two million followers. And that President Trump tweeted about me, they're like, oh, she's trashed Trump tweeted about her first of all it was baked tweet. Check. It was before people thought Trump was trash third of all she is two point eight million dollars. You don't need to harp on that. Okay. Like, they don't need to repeal that. Now, she has three million. That's true anyways. And here's my thing. I cannot deal. I can't stand. When people are like, it's publicity the show like nothing they have ever done his turn out to me publicity for the show this time last year broke that was..

President Trump Khloe Instagram TMZ tristen Chloe Jordan woods Trump Cleveland Cavaliers Kylie jenner Ken Larsen Bessie Maliki hawk Roach CNN Larson Pippen LA France Hollywood Melita Elorza Lloyd Kardashian
"melita" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"melita" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"He shoots that far away because he was smaller, and he just had his range and you'll see you can surprise defenses by doing so and another thing that point that you made which is interesting is the hawks love the way that trae young could pass on the run driving to the hoop with both his right and his left hand and hit that corner. Three as you said now, this is not translated to ws for the hawks as Melita explained. But does this analysis in this bit of critical thinking explain a little bit more that draft night move that the hawks made it does. But you can't also leave out the fact that in order to get trae young hawks also gave up first round pick. And so that has to be in the equation as well. But again, what this shows is a teaching point. It's a tool it's it's a part of the arsenal. Okay. It's showing you the value of spacing. That's really what it is. And how you can take that further than the actual three point line. If you can make a play more poorly. If you could get people to guard you out there and what they've done is. This isn't just a four point line where that was like, the headline, but you read it there's there's other the Sixers are putting little boxes around the court this five boxes, there's a corner. There's deep wing this topic. We want you to stand in this box office, which is a more dramatic way of saying this is how we want the poor space. It's not just for perimeter players. They're also doing this proposed players like Carmelo Anthony comes to mind when he's in the post. He catches the ball ten twelve feet from the basket. Right. But when now they're drawing squares for post players saying if you're posting up and you want the ball, don't be tenants. Feet from the basket be under the basket because that way, we can create space between you and the perimeter players in case you get doubled. You know? So how does that change the way the people look at the game? Well, it's now everybody wants the players facing the hoop. But you don't see many players that consistently get the opportunity to post up in today's boogies coming back but bookies coming back, but he feels all over the world is a week offensive rebounds to to your friends the wars actually had three weaknesses offense, ity, offensive rebounds, medium range and post the points. Forced in the league last year all three categories so four trae young four to Stoller play winds up happening players boogie to you have to either be a skill big or will be. And so if all your players are able to play outside the three point line and actually make a play be a threat now all of a sudden it allows us to run our offense easier and more. Fishing, and that's the furthest three. That's also what has to be acknowledged the furthest three is at the top. So therefore, if I could get people to guard me out here now, I get to the bucket. Easiest three the corner. Jalen rose, one quick question. Do you have four point line range? Yeah. I think so. Nothing's really if I had NBA range. That's a step further out bears are pretty should as a lot of media members who qualifies a no. Going. Jalen, this has been a staple segment of ours. For such a long time never fails to entertain time for soft move or boss move. Now, there's a lot of news about AD going to the Lakers today. But it overshadowed a very important piece of news about Anthony Davis, which is this. Anthony Davis gifted his teammates for the holidays, customized red bull fridges. Your teammates. A fridge of red bull with.

Carmelo Anthony hawks trae young Anthony Davis Jalen rose Sixers Melita Lakers NBA Stoller ten twelve feet
"melita" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"melita" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Nonstop splits his tomorrow morning at eight with leeann and Randy on southern ABC where the news watch never stops. ABC news live and local at four thirty. I'm Liz Warner southern California. Residents are on high alert due to the rains L A county fire chief Kenny Chee Haskett says people need to prepare to leave their homes at a moment's notice. We need to be set to go Harney's to be packed your medications and all your belongings need to be in your car in the van that we have to issue an evacuation order. The region is expected to get up to three inches of rain throughout today with of course, the potential for mudslides and debris flows. President Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen pled guilty to line to congress about the Russia investigation. The president says the Moscow project mentioned in Cohen's plea deal was well-known, but ultimately scrapped sheriff elect Alex Villanueva will follow through on one of his main campaign promises to rid the department of ski said contributed to a corrupt culture. And some high ranking executives in the department have already been given. And pink slips, the Los Angeles Times has reported among them are Undersheriff Jacques LA bears for assistant sheriffs. Eight chiefs a communications director and a community outreach director, a spokesman told the times this sheriff elect said he was going to clean house, and he meant it. This is just the start family. Members of the trader Joe's store manager killed by an LAPD officers. Bullet are now suing the city for wrongful death. Here's James row Haas with details. The suit filed by Melita Karatas father also alleges that neither mayor Eric said he nor police chief Michael Moore have updated the family on the investigation despite commitments to do. So he talk about transparency, but the bottom line is I have a hit from him or daily PD. The lawsuit is seeking unspecified damages. Melita Colorado was killed in July after being struck by a bullet intended for a murder suspect who ran inside the trader Joe's after a high-speed chase. The LAPD says it does not comment on pending. Negation you can expect savings at Costco. But how about a sacred matrimony? The San Diego Tribune says a lucky couple tied the knot at the Mission Hills, Costco, where they had their very first date three years ago, the bride Margot shine says she met her future husband, Julian Paris online. But only message Tim because he had Costco in his profile. The couple said their vows in front of an intimate gathering of friends and family at the checkout. Cash registers inside the store talk radio seven ninety KABC sports. Clippers take on the kings today. The Lakers are hosting the Indiana Pacers the ducks play the hurricanes tomorrow in Raleigh and the kings are in Edmonton today playing the Oilers the saints and the Cowboys are on Thursday night football that sports on seven ninety KABC your traffic market, check, weather and more of the drive home with Jillian and John next. KABC news time three thirty to sponsor..

Costco LAPD Los Angeles Times Michael Moore Joe KABC ABC Michael Cohen Eric Kenny Chee Haskett director Liz Warner Melita Karatas California leeann Melita Colorado President Trump Clippers
Yemen is in the midst of a full-blown humanitarian crisis

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

03:20 min | 2 years ago

Yemen is in the midst of a full-blown humanitarian crisis

"With arm sales intelligence and refueling operations in the ongoing civil war in Yemen for the government is fighting Iranian backed with rebels the bombings there have left large numbers of civilian casualties. The charity save the children estimates. Average of one hundred forty children have been killed every since the beginning of the study led coalition strikes against Yemen is now in the midst of a full blown humanitarian crisis, malnutrition and disease are rampant children are starving to death. But not for food scarcity. The markets are full instead they are wasting away for lack of purchasing power. The economy has collapsed in this pediatric ward. In Auden, every room tells a version of the same story eleven month old Melita, Al haad clinging to life, weighing only seven pounds. She's just one of the seventeen million Yelm. Who aren't getting enough food to survive, but the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamaica Shoghi a month ago in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul has shifted some things in the relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia, and it has prompted some key people in Washington to question US support for the war and Yemen here secretary of defense James Mattis, speaking of the us institute of peace earlier this week we've got to move toward a p Scheffer here enemy catch say we're going to do it sometime in the future. We need to be doing this in the next thirty days, we've admired problem for long enough down there. We wanted to get a sense of how devastating life is for Yemenis now, and how the midterm congressional elections might affect US policy. More here to help us sort out. These questions is a unit Craig she's a British Irish freelance journalist who lived in Yemen for several years and still makes regular trips. Back welcome. Hi, sharon. How are you? I'm well. Thanks so much for joining us. Actually want to start with what drew you to Yemen in the first place because actually your time in Yemen starts before this conflict. What was really curiosity that took me there in the first place? I didn't get into journalism until I was in my thirties. And I wanted to was wants to be in the region. My father had worked in the Middle East most of his life, but very much on the different side of the fence, the one that I find myself on now he works in in investment banking, but also with the ministry of defence in the UK on on on sales to Saudi Arabia and the Gulf actually, but that meant I was had an interest in the Middle East. And when I started in journalism, it was my aim to base myself out in the region, but I didn't wanna be whether a lot of other journalists, and there are a lot of journalists in places like Beirut and Cairo and its tumble. So yeah, I just became curious about Yemen. And I decided to go and seal the kind of Yemen expert'll specialists in London that took all of about today because few and. So yes when I'd finished a journalism school. I three months later took myself off to Yemen in October twenty ten and then of course, within two three weeks arriving those. Beja security instant with the parcel bomb. Plotters is now known when I'll fight or in the Arabian peninsula in Yemen, put bombs on planes bound for the US. So that was quite a read awakening to reporting on them.

Yemen Yemenis Saudi Arabia Auden Us Institute Of Peace Sharon Saudi Consulate United States Middle East Washington Post James Mattis Al Haad Istanbul Washington P Scheffer Secretary London Gulf
"melita" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"melita" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"Up a lot of opportunities as well. Yeah. Oh, I love that. That's so exciting. Could you imagine I know, pretty darn. Cool. All right. Melita so many great tips. Is there anything else that our audience should know that we haven't already covered. Well, I think you know, it comes down. I know we all wanna know our brand story and it sometimes when you're new, you don't really know that. And so you know, if you're starting out and you're looking to invest in brand photography, but you still have a lot of pieces that are unclear hiring brand photographer, who has that background and expertise that will be so helpful for you in the process and take the stress and sort of those hurdles off your shoulders because they will take the lead and really guide you and answering asking those important questions in order to create the visuals that really, really, really have impact for your brand and help you stand out. So having those conversations with different photographers and seeing if they can deliver on your vision is is key, especially if you're new. Yeah, you know what, actually, this kind of came to mind too. So when Karen and I were. Looking for what type of shots we wanted. We kind of started stocking people who on that, Karen. Yeah, I forgot this. I just remember this. We were on Pinterest and it kind of gave us some ideas, but I also think for you Melita when you're working with your clients, do you may send them, you know, like like a prep sheet or here are some examples of shots that we can take or maybe they can see that on on your website? Yes, absolutely. My process, I always have a questionnaire that I asked very indepth questionnaire, and then I asked them to create like a Pinterest mood board so that they can start pinning images that have the emotion story, environments prop styling like, I just tell them to really just kind of be creative in free about it, anything that resonates with them, and then I'll use my expert. I to kind of connect the dots and then no, and see what kind of things that they are. They're liking and then we can pull that into their shoot. Yeah, because I would think the more information you can come to your for tiger for with with Karen and I, we knew we wanted. We found pictures holding a coffee mug and that was really helpful to kinda give our photographer some ideas of what we wanted. Yes, and I think it's great to have you know, Pinterest and Instagram where you have all this inspiration, but I also would say you wanna make them your own, you wanna customize and make sure that your story comes through and that you don't fall into that cookie cutter where we can start looking like everyone.

Karen Pinterest Melita
"melita" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

14:38 min | 2 years ago

"melita" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Talk eleven thirty WINS. In our final segment of the show. Doctors Higgins, and kindle, we'll be joined by two of their patients who have undergone bariatric surgery and have graciously offered to share their experiences with us today. The perspective of the patient and their family is so important as after all it is their opinion of the effectiveness of any healthcare intervention that is really important to provide that critical viewpoint which meant in. You listening can easily relate to we have Lynn Gillan and Melita pay. Tyler. Thank you both so much for joining us today. Well, maybe we can start Lynn we can start with you. And maybe you can talk a little bit about what what what went into your decision to have surgery. The the struggles you had with with obesity, and how it led eventually to to an operation. I I've been obese all my life pretty much as far as I can remember I've always been the bigger child. I've tried numerous diets and exercise plans and never got very far on them. I never could stick with them. Or I'd lose some and then eventually gain it back. And I started looking into weight loss surgery when I started thinking about having kids and in the process to lose the way to get to the weight loss surgery part of it ended up having kids. So that kind of so you had the kids actually I yes. Okay. Yes. I was losing the weight and starting to do the schedule the insurance required. Dietitian soften and ended up getting pregnant both times that I started the process. So once I got to the point where I was done with I moved onto the focusing on me, and I decided to go with the way just just out of interest lended as you saw doctors along the way did any of them met talk about your weight. And you know, when you went in for anything from a cold to a Pap smear to an OB check. Did they talk to you about this or not necessarily? Most of this was me doing research online trying to figure out what was out there. And where I could go with it when the diets didn't work or the extra sharp didn't work. So a lot of it was just well, you're just a bigger girl. Yeah. Well, Melita maybe maybe can give us your your story on on dealing with obesity prior to the surgery and thought I also say that I struggled with this my whole life too. When I look back at pictures are now think four and five like there was a wedding. But I felt that way I think because it may was taller than everybody. But by the time, I got to high school you've probably say that I was in beef opiates at the time. And I also tried everything I ordered a belt that would make your muscles contract. And like I thought that would do something counting calories. Flimflam some quick caffeine pills appetite suppressants Atkins, which actually did have success with. But it just wasn't sustainable. So it was really worked really well for a little while. But it just did not stay. And then my sister actually, talked about the program at freighter in a head and really made my mind up, but I figured, you know, six months working with the doctor would probably be beneficial for me. Anyway. But at the end of the day the things that I was doing is wasn't working anymore. And I actually had a uncertainly getting vibrates taking out in which case ahead these hormone shots. I think also kind of made the issue even harder for me when I was trying to lose. So I just kind of came to the point where it was like, I I can't do this by myself. What I'm doing is. I'm doing too much that I cannot keep up with, you know, forever. Where I'm at the gym for two hours six days a week over summer. But you know, once I go back to work. I can't do that. And then it comes back on. So I finally with I I really do need help. Sure. And it was in your case. It was really a sister who also provided that little bit of a nudge to kind of get you into the in into medical care if you will. Len maybe maybe you could talk you alluded to this very briefly about the issue of of the mandated or required medical weight loss. And what that was like. And then and then you're your discussion with Dr Higgins about about what operation to have. Sure. My insurance required a six-month diet within two years of having surgery. And then we also had to have a BMI of a believe thirty with coma Betty's or a BMI of fifty or greater and no coma. Bet it is which was the category I fell into and then we also had to meet with the psychologist while I can't tell you how how valuable your. I mean, I can tell you that people listening to this show are just on catching every single word that both of you are saying random, maybe you could talk a little bit about the operation that that you chose for linen. And and why you chose that. Yes. So when Lynn came to see me. I think as Tammy was kind of talking about in the last segment. The most important thing is discussing with the patient what their expectations are. And I think for me the thing that really stood out with Linda, she would talk to me about walking her son to school, and how she struggled a lot, and she could head a lot of difficulty even just walking him to school. And that was really a big motivating factor for her and between the two operations. I think either one would have been a great choice for her and she chose the gastric bypass, which you know, would give her a great amount of weight loss. She's a young woman. And and so I thought that was very appropriate. And we had a nice informed discussion about it. And so I thought it was a great option for sure. Well, Melita I think Lennon covered the the pre-operative phase pretty well. Maybe you could talk a little bit about your experience with surgery and the post operative recovery. And and we could then have Dr KENDALL comment a little bit. I would say overall the thirty experience was actually really wonderful. My mom came with me to the hospital. I was very excited. I was like let's get up to this hospitals. Get to therefore when Dr kindle is like, it's time to roll your way. Then I kind of got anxious, and I was like, oh, what am I doing? But it's actually a really good experience at a hard time with drinking afterwards which again made me little anxious, but she was great very supportive, and you know, Hammy prepared to kind of leave. And and and how long were you in the hospital? I think was in there for four days. Okay. Something like that. And did you have much pain or discomfort at all? So my pain really didn't come from the surgery with more of the air that most are the the air gaffe that's moving around in your stomach that really was I was uncomfortable. I really wasn't in pain. Sure. Dr kendall. Maybe I could ask you to to talk about the operation that you performed. And and what what normally we expect in the recovery period. Yes. So. Melita chose a gastric bypass and the reasons we chose that for her. She's a exceptionally sophisticated and bright patient as she mentioned. She really knew how to use this tool and has done exceptionally. Well with it afterwards in terms of the the normal post operative recovery. The gastric bypass takes about two to three hours to perform the patients generally go to a regular inpatient floor. So they do not require an ICU stay every patient is required to stay at least one night overnight in the hospital. And then starting that day after surgery we start deciding if the patient has taken in enough fluid, primarily to be able to get themselves home safely and dehydration is the number one thing that we worry about in the first couple of weeks after surgery, so based on how much fluid they're taking in as Melina mentioned. She just took a little bit more time to get up to goal. They then you need to stay in the hospital and get IV fluids until you're ready to go home and be successful. Do we do? We still do a a. Barium swallow or an upper GI series radiology. Do you? I remember when I was a resident and that this was done. You don't do that anymore for first time bariatric patients having a gastric bypass leave? The only thing that they should wake up with is an IV and maybe some oxygen and their nose. We don't do barium swallows anymore. We don't put surgical drains in place, and for most patients, we actually don't put a fully catheter in the best thing that a bariatric patient can do after surgery get up and try to start being normal. And so they can actually start drinking water in our program the night after surgery if they feel ready for that. And then they start a period diet in the mornings, we really have tried to enhance the recovery back to normal, and it found that that has really improved. I think patients pain their returned to work and their initial weight loss success. I will then maybe you can talk a little bit about what what your diet was like after the operation, and what changes were were required in what you ate what you drank and your lifestyle. Yeah. One of the big changes for me was giving up caffeine being a mom of young kids. I relied pretty heavily on that. So that was a big change. And making sure I got in my water was the another just interrupt your one second. So why I'll turn to the doctors. Why is ran away is caffeine? Not allowed the issue that we have with caffeine is that it can accelerate. Dehydration. So for us the most important thing after bariatric surgery with all the hormonal changes and changes in diet dehydration. As Tammy alluded to earlier is a huge issue that we can face after surgery. So we try to educate the patients to avoid anything that would increase the chances of dehydration and caffeine is a diuretic and therefore can worsen. Dehydration. So think Linley worked pretty hard on trying to cut back caffeine, even before surgery to try to make sure she could do that afterwards as well. And now it can we reintroduce caffeine. Months after the operation or do you have to stay away from it all the time? It's a little bit of a surgeon preference. But. You know, I try to be realistic. If someone took away all my caffeine. I'd be pretty upset too. So once a patient is back has lost their way, and it's kind of gone to a new routine a small amount of caffeine in moderation. A certainly, okay. I've learned everything is just about moderation. And so the first couple of weeks after the operation. What what were some of the biggest differences in what you ate, and how you felt whether the did you feel full just a lot sooner than you did previously really full really easily, especially the first few weeks. Even just drinking water made you feel almost uncomfortably full at times if you didn't drink it slow and off, and I ate a lot of period diet for the first two weeks. Everything is period. Sure. I was surprised by some of the foods that I had planned to eat like ham didn't sit very well. And so I just kept it, very plain with my Turkey and my chicken. My fat free gravy. Melina? Maybe you can give us your your experience after the operation. Very familiar with the foods and things like that. And and I agai full very quickly. I also lost my hunger pains, still haven't come back. Actually, I don't feel hungry. And it really lends itself to me making sure the eating for my health and not paying attention to why I'm eating and make sure I'm mindful when I do so a big thing for me when I got out with Astle using a timer when I eight to kind of monitor how long I was eating and making sure those chewing things I have to make sure that academic. Yes, it well, I still do that. Now, I still eat with a timer. And of course, the protein rich diet, which I kind of was already in that direction with the Atkins thing. But now it's like, I'm also getting my perfume permission. Like, she said in moderation to eat other things, I'm going to make sure they have a healthy balance of everything when it comes down to it. Sure. Maybe you could also talk about a what your activity level is like now, obviously, you're no longer carrying a a lot of extra weight. And what what is the difference in just what you're doing? From the time you wake up to the time you go to bed. Do you find that you just a whole lot more active because it's easier to move around. Right. Yes. I'm way more active and a lot of different reasons of one that it's much easier to is just to see the the difference are the changes that I've made really motivates me to go. So I literally make sure that I'm in the gym four or five times a week. And I'm running for about an hour. Our in the night, do some other exercises and things like that. But now, it's it's really a part of my routine, whereas before it would be so hard to be like need to go to the gym. Let me go now to really something. I look forward to doing and getting done because I know what it's doing for me. Great. Well, Lynn, maybe we'll give you the last word. If if there are people listening to this program who are just nervous about about undergoing an operation like this. What co how could you potentially reassure them? I think there's a great program at freighter and everybody makes you feel really comfortable. Everything's really well explained throughout the process before and during surgery and even after any questions, you can call Email. They're really they wanna make sure that you are comfortable in your, okay? So I think that as long as they make the choice for themselves that they want to do the surgery and do the research for their provider. Once you make that decision. It's everything else. Kind of as easy to follow the program. Well, thank you so much just a tremendous segment and thank you. Everyone.

caffeine Melita Lynn Gillan obesity Doctors Higgins Dr KENDALL Tammy Melina Tyler Dr kindle ICU Len Betty Hammy Linda Astle Atkins
"melita" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"melita" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Remained heartbroken over the loss of Melita Corato and. The tragedy that occurred here almost two weeks ago we recognize that moving forward is important to. Support the healing of our crew in this community some employees at the, store, or wearing rainbow colored tie-dyed shirts that say Silverlake always illegal immigrants held at a prison. In victorville have sued the feds over harsh, conditions the inmates claimed they've. Been denied religious books food. Preferences and outdoor exercise they are being improperly shackled they are locked in their cells. For most of, the day and all night lawyer Elizabeth Jordan says the. Lawsuit, filed yesterday seeks to, move about seven hundred Detainees from the site that operates as a prison, that prison is, notoriously dangerous even for people who. Are, doing a criminal sentence the prison started taking on immigration detainees to keep up with tougher enforcement at. The border Andrew mollenbeck KFI news one of the backstreet boys has been accused of sexual assault the. LA county district attorney's office is reviewing a potential case against Nick Carter. Case was turned over to the DA's office by the Santa Monica police department on Tuesday late last year singer ballista Shuman went public with an. Accusation that Carter assaulted her at an apartment in Santa Monica in the early two thousands Shuman. Then filed a report in February with the Santa Monica police it's not, clear, if that is the case being reviewed by the DA's office Carter has denied the accusation. Saying anything they did was consensual Kris Ankarlo, KFI news multiple cars on. The ninety one freeway in. Corona been struck by rocks CHP says several drivers reported rocks being thrown from an. Overpass at Lincoln, avenue late Wednesday night at least four cars.

Santa Monica Nick Carter ballista Shuman Elizabeth Jordan KFI Melita Corato victorville Silverlake CHP LA county Kris Ankarlo Corona assault two weeks
"melita" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"melita" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ben, Myers says the reopening is bittersweet remain heartbroken, over the loss of Melita Colorado and the tragedy that. Occurred here almost two weeks ago we recognize that moving forward is important to support the healing. Of our crew in, this community prosecutors in Orange County say the murder of a college student to. Blaze. Bernstein was a hate crime DA Tony Rica's says the suspected killer had all sorts of disturbing texts and photos on his electronics, may be described, as racist. Homophobic anti semitic misogynistic an anti-government he says Bernstein was stabbed to death. In January because. He was gay, the student's, father Gideon, Bernstein says As the sentencing enhancement is tough to handle today we suffer an added layer of pan from learning that he was likely killed simply because of who he was as a human being in Santa Ana Andrew mollenbeck. KFI news Charles has taken charge of sexual misconduct claims called me. A rapist child molester almost daily actor Scott Bao's fighting claims by former co star Nicole Eggert that. He sexually assaulted her as a teenager in the eighties anyone who looks. At her behavior with a little care, can see that is not the product of, a real complaint but a person who was fixated on. Me and my family to harm us bail says he's taken five polygraph test to prove he. Did nothing wrong and, filed the police report with the LAPD claiming Egger is now harassing him he. Says. He's also working on getting a restraining order Monica Rix KFI news attorney general heavier Bezerra has come out against the Trump administration's, plans to weaken, fuel emission. Standard rollback also includes getting rid of an exception that is allowed California. To set its. Own stricter standards We gained these waivers from the federal government because we were ahead of. The game and we've had these waivers in some cases for close to fifty years Sarah says legal action is on the table for this roll out, unless you, can convince, the Trump administration set aside this effort to undermine these clean car standards that the federal government, self established now at least eighteen other states in Washington DC if announced they'll also take legal action in Westwood Chris, ancarlo KFI news president of Smith College in Massachusetts has apologized after campus police were called to investigate a black student, quietly eating her lunch officials say a campus employees called nine one one to report someone appeared out of place in the building president Kathleen McCartney says third investigator will review the incident she also says every campus staff member will. Undergo mandatory, anti-bias training traffic from the helpful socal Honda. Traffic center, roadwork in commerce, on those seven ten comes up on the northbound side of the seven ten freeway this. Is a project the runs from Atlantic up to the five of the three right lanes taken away Sunset quitting time here could be as late as five AM heading east LA road content with southbound side of the, five from Olympic down to the seven, ten freeway right lane, is coming off as well it's, connected to the seven ten south that's also shut down until five you're backing up here from, bay vista Montclair westbound side of the ten Monte vista there you have a police activity that has all. Lanes shut down, your ride starting to stack up. So you come, away.

Bernstein Scott Bao KFI Egger Nicole Eggert Trump administration federal government Orange County Charles California Melita Colorado murder Ben Kathleen McCartney LAPD president Tony Rica Monte vista
"melita" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"melita" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"With. Rasa Kaye they are, the word some people dread back to school time to start spending on clothes. And supplies and this year parents are expected to spend more than three hundred dollars per child as Alessandria Melita of marketwatch, tells us there are some places where you can get tax. Free merchandise why have as many as sixteen states eliminated, state taxes Mary sixteen states that are participating in tax holidays and it could be as short as a weekend or as long as an entire week where they're giving parents a little bit of. A break so if you are back to school shopping district little bit earlier had been than some may consider the north and you could get You could get as many as. You want but it has? To be under a certain threshold and then you'll get get tax free discount is. This a movement that's spreading it used to be just. A few states that, were doing this right yeah so I mean I think it's become pretty common. And all participate in it but that's also because you know every state is different so there are some states where they, just don't have sales tax on anything so this isn't an. Issue and then there are some states where they do, have sales tax for most things but the items that you would typically buy for back to school clothing are so where they they don't or they have limited taxes on they charged women at. Taxes on them Alexandra how do retailers perceive this is this something they push for to help them boost their bottom line of it Well I think everybody is just taking a different approach to Dr school, shopping so some companies are pushing back to school shopping earlier and it might not necessarily be. Because of this tax free shopping but just the fact that parents are looking to get really good, deals? Because. You can't spend, hundreds of dollars between books or general supplies and clothes and, things like that and it could, start as early as. Mid July for a lot of parents especially because Amazon prime day there was, research vessel jested about forty. Percent of prime day shoppers are actually buying school supplies we're speaking with Allesandro Melito, of marketwatch what are some of the typical deals in are they limited can you point to, any specifics for some deals I would say, well aside from this tax free shopping you. Couldn't do some comparison shopping? Online you could set up alerts and things like that are you could person suggested Using like? This kind of, gift, cards that could kind of help, you you know you you pay a. Certain amount that you get a little bit more. On the gift card and Things like. That but definitely comparison shop online it's not all about in store you could do you could get a lot of good deals. If you are just taking? A. Little bit, more time I think news recently came out that. Low income parents are more likely to apply for credit cards to, pay for school supplies is that a good idea no I mean. It's not, a good idea could be very risky you don't necessarily want, to have a balance on any credit cards and interest rates could be as high as thirty percent or more but unfortunately if their kids do need clothes or they do need supplies a lot of people are turning to credit cards as? One of the ways to, get there are, some, of, the, supplies, that schools require. Now involve computers and things that are more expensive or what kinds of supplies are we talking about. I would say, it's pretty it's pretty basic quick pens pencils notebooks things like that I don't know that also Schools require students to have tablets I mean obviously we live in a row now whereas our phones are very helpful for students doing their homework on the go but it seems like it's? Coming from all angles Allesandro, Melito of marketwatch, it's,.

Allesandro Melito Alessandria Melita Rasa Kaye Dr school Amazon Mary Alexandra three hundred dollars thirty percent
Judge says government on track to reunify families split at border

Morning Edition

04:07 min | 2 years ago

Judge says government on track to reunify families split at border

"Is. NPR news Six fifty and before we bring, you the California report Joe McConnell is standing by with more about. The Wednesday morning commute Joe might be troubles on six eighty and Alamos southbound north of stone valley road a, report of, an injury collision there and blocking the right lane westbound ninety. Two foster, city boulevard another crash the eagles are on the shoulder ambulance on. The way as precaution not sure. If anybody's hurt yet the Dumbarton bridge toll plaza westbound of stall reported their action at a stall bits of debris flying around with yellow caution tape and your, where it came from but it's affecting. Traffic slowing things down Joe. McConnell for, KiKi, Dee. All right Thanks Joe his report is brought to you by compassion international and he'll update us again just before the. Top of the hour the time is now six. Fifty one good morning this. Is the. California. Report I'm penny Nelson national park officials are shutting down a part of Yosemite valley due to a massive wildfire. Burning just miles away the closure is expected to last through Sunday and is forcing the cancellation of at least a thousand. Hotel and camping reservations Cal fire. Spokesman Richard. Egan, on the Ferguson fire it's hard to say time-wise if or when it will reach the park but it is. Getting closer Sam campers are staying in parts of the park that have not been closed including these visitors from Mexico wherever Care more. About the bears than about the fire the fire now, covers more than thirty seven thousand acres. And is twenty six percent contained meanwhile the trader Joe's employees killed during a. Shootout with police Los Angeles, suburb on Saturday was struck by an officers bullet LAPD chief, Michael Moore made the announcement at a press. Conference yesterday KCRW's Jenny Hamill has more store manager Melita Corrado died when two LAPD officers exchanged gunfire with twenty eight-year-old gene Atkins after he crashed the. Car he was driving and ran into the trader Joe's in Silverlake LAPD chief more shared this with the public I'm sorry. To report that we've now determined through. Our forensic investigation that one of the ostrich rounds struck, MS Khurana as she was exiting, the market it was in close proximity to active chief Moore said the, two officers involved in the shootout were devastated by the news I know that it is every officers worst, nightmare to harm innocent bystander during Violent engagement the LAPD released videos of the incident Moore said he is waiting for the investigation to. Be completed before determining whether any action should be taken against the officers involved but he. Said, he's confident their actions were justified for the California report, I'm Jenny Hamill in Los Angeles onto the border story now a San. Diego based federal judge says a large number of parents, separated from their children at the US. Mexico border appear to be unaccounted for and may have been deported KiKi Dee's. Alex Hemsley has the update, at a hearing yesterday judge Dana Sabrina criticized the Trump administration, policy that resulted in over four hundred parents. Being deported without their children he ordered the government to provide more information about them attorneys for the government say they're still trying to locate those and. Other parents who may be lost in criminal custody somewhere in the US the ACLU represents the parents it's asking for a. Stay to give them more time to. Consult with and their children before resume Zooming deportations, league learnt is the organization's lead attorney. On the case a critical point is that baby given time to discuss as a family what they wanna do their face with. Momentous decisions about whether leaves their child behind whether to continue fighting as. A family they need time together of the two and. A, half thousand separated children more than sixteen, hundred are on track to be reunited with family members by the courts Thursday deadline the parents of at least nine hundred of them are facing, imminent deportation, for the California report I'm Alex Emslie, finally people. With intellectual disabilities are seven times more likely to experience sexual abuse compared with others that finding was. Revealed in an investigation published by NPR earlier this year. The series showed a hidden epidemic of abuse occurring in schools homes and treatment facilities k..

Joe Mcconnell California Lapd Michael Moore Kiki Dee Eagles Jenny Hamill Los Angeles NPR United States Dumbarton Bridge Gene Atkins Penny Nelson National Park JOE Dana Sabrina Yosemite Valley Alex Emslie Alex Hemsley Mexico
Trader Joe's worker was killed by officer's bullet, LAPD says

All Things Considered

03:42 min | 2 years ago

Trader Joe's worker was killed by officer's bullet, LAPD says

"Down and have, one on ones, with foreign leaders but what I think matters is the message and if the message is stop, meddling, in our country stop violating our sovereignty than I support. That but that's the. Message that counts meanwhile Ryan dismissed Trump's plan to revoke security clearances from top former national. Security officials calling it a mild form of quote trolling rather than a serious attack, on descent the LAPD is confirming that it was a police officer's bullet killed a trader Joe's employees in shootout at, an LA store over, the weekend and he over-centralisation KPCC reports police. Had been aiming at gene Atkins After he had shot at them LAPD. Chief Michael Moore said, trader Joe's assistant manager. Melita Caratto was exiting the store at the same time officers were returning fire on, the gunman headed. Inside that's when the officers bullet hitter coronal ran back into the store in class behind, the manager's desk, her death is prompting scrutiny of the officer's. Decision to fire near a busy store front the chief is standing by their. Split second choice made as the gunman was on his way inside I believe my officers actions were, taken to defend themselves and in direct response. To the deadly threat posed by. Atkins, though it wasn't his bullet Atkins is being charged with the employees murder for, NPR news I'm Anne Gilbertson in Los Angeles all street end of the day in. Mix territory the Dow up one hundred ninety seven points to close a twenty five thousand two hundred forty one the NASDAQ down one point, at seventy eight forty and. The s&p five hundred up thirteen at Twenty eight twenty. This is. NPR and you're listening to WNYC I'm Jamie Floyd attorneys for Pablo v Asensio are asking a. Federal judge to release him from detention the undocumented. Immigrant was detained in June while delivering pizza to the fort Hamilton military base in Brooklyn much of. Today's court hearing focused. On whether the case should be argued in New York or New. Jersey where the man is being held legal aid attorney Gregory Copeland is part of the of Asensio's. Legal team and he says moving the case New Jersey would only delay things this case is about a family that was torn apart and I think that having that family reunited as soon as possible is. What matters here the federal government says the events yo is deportable because he was, ordered to leave the US voluntarily back in twenty ten the de Blasios administration is trying to raise. The ratio of female to male statues in New York City which is now abysmally low thirty Eighty. Three year old Brooklyn resident Aimal monsoon says her choice would be civil rights leader and investigative journalist. Ida b wells she never got the recognition that she needed even posthumously when, she passed away their, time doing a bit, on her at all but the work that she did is still felt today so I would go and put an altar statue the. Group she built NYC is taking suggestions on which female, historical figure should, get a statue, tune into the Brian Lehrer show. Tomorrow to hear deputy mayor Alicia Glen described details on, how to submit your nomination and you can call in to and in New Jersey the. Meadowlands racetrack has taken a nearly three point five million dollars in sports bets since it began accepting them nine days ago. Baseball betting generated the bulk of that total with the race track reporting earnings of more than one million, dollars over the July fourteenth weekend And another six hundred fifty thousand dollars just this past Saturday so.

Gene Atkins Lapd JOE NPR Assistant Manager New Jersey Brooklyn Officer New York City Gregory Copeland Meadowlands Racetrack Melita Caratto Brian Lehrer Ryan Chief Michael Moore Federal Government Fort Hamilton Alicia Glen New York Asensio
Woman killed in Los Angeles store standoff shot by police officer

Howie Carr

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Woman killed in Los Angeles store standoff shot by police officer

"Survivors of disgraced sports Dr Larry Nassar the women are at a Senate Commerce Committee hearing on protecting athletes from sexual abuse the Los Angeles Police Department. Says the bullet, that killed a trader Joe's employees during a standoff on Saturday was fired from an officer's gun police chief Michael Moore says two. Officers opened fire on the suspect gene Atkins. As he ran into the, store and one of the shots hit Melita Corrado so they had to make a split-second decision and as they did that I'm here to say that, that is the worst worst. Decision that any, officer ever wishes to have to make the suspect. Gene Atkins faces thirty charges. Including murder on Wall Street at the close the Dow is up one hundred ninety six points you're listening to ABC news All money managers may. Seem pretty much the same But while, some money managers may recommend high commission investment products Fisher investments avoids them Some money managers may have, hidden and layered fees Fisher investments never does And while some money managers are happy to, earn commissions from you whether you. Do well or not Fisher investments fees are structured so we, do better when you do better In other words we're structured to be on your side maybe that's why most of our clients come to us from other money managers talk with us and find out, why so many experienced investors are switching. To and, staying with Fisher investments Fisher, investments clearly better money management investments in securities involve the risk of loss visit us. At fisherinvestments dot com to..

Fisher Investments Fisher Investments Fisher Gene Atkins Officer Los Angeles Police Department Dr Larry Nassar Senate Commerce Committee Michael Moore Melita Corrado JOE Murder ABC
"melita" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"melita" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Also running out appeared to be for the front of the sea was, running out, towards the front of the store Melita Colorado the, manager was next to him also running out and there was a shootout that occurred Atkins was involved in a shooting incident with the police who are returning fire and Corato she was hit by a police, bullet and she, died And the, police chief Michael Moore in the dash Cam video is going on right now, actually this is the video from the body Cam of one of the police officers and the police. Chief described. The circumstances of how this woman Melita Corrado was, killed and he said put yourself in the officer's shoes shooting had taken place Atkins was shooting at the police there was a. Crowd of people there were people right next to him The police chief, didn't say whether or not it? Was confirmed that he already shot people and I. Think they did because people had run out of the store are. Ready, and confirmed the police ETA shooting had taken place inside the store because remember other people were wounded and the police at that point had no choice but to, engage in a, firefight with Atkins notwithstanding that there were people right next. To him Michael Moore said chief. Moore said what are they supposed. To do put yourself in their shoes The fight happens it's an instantaneous. Decision so it's not even a, question of electing not to shoot? Back someone shooting at you I mean what happens in your mind do you then go behind a, structure or do you? Go behind the. Police car door which. I believe are have been strengthened and do you leave the scene try to save yourself And it's a, tough decision to make us an instantaneous decision that has to be made handle, I was watching the video while. You were speaking, so what it showed. Was from both. Officers who were. In the initial pursuit of this, guy and it showed them from both vantage points and both of them. Are saying don't shoot don't shoot shots fired in, other words he's firing at us we're not shooting they stayed back they said because of shots fired and it's only when they get to the trader Joe's that you hear one of them yell t. c. which means traffic collision TC. T. c. they bail out. Of the cars and it's. At that point that you can sort of intimate. That that's when the firefight starts because both of them get behind, their doors and that's when the sort to begin so let me get this let. Me get, this right we knew the? Shooting took place at the store we knew that at this point by the description of, Michael Moore Atkins is running out towards. The front shooting aiming and shooting with the police Melita Arado is near him or next to him she gets shot by, the cops but what you're saying is the, police opted not to shoot during the He was shooting at them because he. Shot his own back window out, during that while he was driving it looks like it somehow he. Either right before he started the chase. Or something I didn't quite see that part but his window was shot out, during the chase in, some fashion then he gets to the trader Joe's he bails out. Of his car after he's crashed it into the light pole start shooting at cops they get behind the doors of their. Patrol vehicle start shooting back. And that's when everybody starts running out because it's the collision that apparently caused all the employees. Is to start running out they didn't know what happened and from what I understand, in this is this is memory in the last couple of days he was shot as he was running into. The store, that right in. The arm and then went in and started shooting people and then came back to engage in a firefight with. The police let's see I don't, know and I don't think that that she can from this either that he. Actually sought any that he fired. Shots once he got into the store it looks like it was just A hostage situation once. He got in there and the chief. Did something very unusual in he pointed it out releasing all of the video, within seventy two hours, of the initial shooting not even waiting for the investigation because investigation..

Michael Moore Atkins Michael Moore Melita Arado Joe Melita Corrado Melita Colorado Corato officer seventy two hours
"melita" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"melita" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Forbid an agent of the foreign power, the FBI wiretapped him in two thousand sixteen on just not suspicion limited documents about the legality of that have just been released with expectedly different reactions, Republican Senator, Lindsey, Graham on face the nation to Carter page worn is whether or not the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians. I haven't seen any evidence of it either, but keep stressing the word yet as the Muller Russia investigation grinds on Tom Foty CBS news, Washington twenty-eight-year-old. Gene Atkins is in custody following a hostage situation at the Los Angeles trader Joe's where an employee was killed cake. Cal TV's joy, Benedict, Melita Corrado. We are currently was a manager here at the trader Joe's. She was standing somewhere on your the front of the store. When that gunfire rang out part of this investigation is trying to figure out unfortunately who may have shot her because again, it was gunfire exchanged with officers who are dealing with an armed man who had been shooting at them several times and then walking into a store full of people. So they were trying to prevent him from. Doing that police say Atkins shot and wounded his. Grandmother and a domestic dispute in Branson Missouri A, memorial, service, was held for the seventeen people, killed when a tourist boat capsized state attorney general, Josh Holly this is a very severe tragedies a severe loss of, life But, would also sticks out to, me is the determination. Of law enforcement to find the evidence here to get to the bottom of this Italy's Francesco. Molinari won the British Open but CBS's Steve Futterman says Tiger Woods came close, I think in the end this is a very respectable and. Very incurring performance for Tiger Woods he, is really not been contenting in. Major championships this seriously in many years and this certainly has to give him a boost of confidence he ends up tied for fifth place ends up tied for six place just three. Strokes off the lead. Members of Israel's LGBT community gathered. After a day-long strike to protest the exclusion of gay. Men from surrogacy legislation. Or demanding equality for the LGBT community it's not about surrogacy it's about security in the streets the,.

Tiger Woods Gene Atkins CBS Joe FBI Muller Russia Josh Holly Tom Foty Senator Melita Corrado Carter Lindsey Los Angeles Branson Missouri Washington Benedict Molinari Steve Futterman Graham
NPR, Syria and Daniel Estrin discussed on On The Media

On The Media

04:34 min | 2 years ago

NPR, Syria and Daniel Estrin discussed on On The Media

"Live from NPR. News in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone the Trump administration has released some documents from an. FBI request for permission to survey former Trump aide Carter page on CNN state of the. Union page derided the Pfizer application but he did say he had contact with. Russian officials during the Obama years I may back in the g twenty whenever Gary, to do that in Saint Petersburg I might have participated in a few meetings that a lot of people including people from the Obama, administration, were. Sitting on in Geneva Paris etc but I've never been anywhere near what's being described here in the documents suggest. That Russia tried to recruit page Jordan says hundreds. Of Syrians with the white helmets rescue group have, been evacuated from south west Syria and. Daniel estrin has more, from Jerusalem the Israeli military says It followed. A request from the US and from European countries and rescued several hundred Syrian humanitarian. Volunteers and their relatives from southern Syria a ministerial government offensive to regain control of the. Area the evacuees are with the white helmets group which the US has supported. It's a volunteer group known for saving the lives of Syrian civilians caught in the, war the volunteers were vacuum across the border to the Israeli occupied Golan Heights and then to Jordan it's the first such as rarely, evacuation, during. The Syrian war Israel said their lives were an immediate danger person close to the white helmets group tells NPR. They were evacuated because the Syrian government has targeted. Group members and would not let them escape to, northern Syria as rebel groups have Daniel. Estrin NPR news Jerusalem A deadly, California, wildfire is moving, closer to Yosemite national park Jeremy Siegel from member station k. q. e. d. reports that with forty seven. Square miles scorched the Ferguson fire, is just six percent contained firefighters are. Already working under extremely dangerous conditions along steep terrain with little access to. Roads and with temperatures expected to reach into the triple digits, later this week officials say the blaze will likely continue. Inching its way towards Yosemite Richard Egan is a spokesman for Cal fire. I hope it doesn't get in there but currently it's about two miles away just to. Give you a kind of a reference last week when I got here. It was about four, and a half almost five miles away so as you can. See it's slowly getting a little bit closer park officials say Yosemite remains open. Though a campground and one of the parks scenic routes are closed due to firefighting operations for NPR news I'm Jeremy Siegel in San Francisco thirty five year old Francesco Molinari, Italy Fired a, closing, two under par sixty nine to win the British Open golf tournament in Scotland Molinari of Charon played alongside former world number. One Tiger Woods in the final, round this is NPR news in Washington The trader Joe's supermarket in Los Angeles where the crossfire of police at a gunman's shooting rampage left a storm ploy dead will remain closed for the foreseeable future the supermarket chain is mourning the loss, of employees Melita Corrado who police say was killed yesterday when gene. Evan Atkins who is being chased by police fled into the supermarket, and took hostages authorities say that before the supermarket shooting Atkin shot his grandmother seven times and, wounded another woman, who he forced into. A car, he then fled with officers pursuing. Him through the city exchanging gunfire San Diego comic con. One of the biggest pop culture events is wrapping up NPR's Mallory you has that story Marjorie Liu became the first woman to receive an Eisner for best writer for her work on the graphic novel monstrous the Eisner's are, the most prestigious literary award in the comic book industry and a. Comic con favorite star Trek's shell Nichols presented Lou with the award Meanwhile on the underside of comic con. Fans who waited in line for Warner Brothers big presentation retreated to exclusive footage from the new wonder woman. Movie by these measures. It was a good year, all around for women at the. Convention now are you NPR news San Diego Chinese president Xi Jinping has arrived in Rwanda. The second stop and his tour of Africa the first Chinese president to visit the East African country he was welcomed by, president, Polk a. Gummy, tomorrow g. is expected to visit a memorial for. Rwanda's nineteen ninety four genocide dead.

NPR Syria Daniel Estrin Jeremy Siegel President Trump Washington Jordan Jerusalem Barack Obama United States Syrian Government Rwanda FBI Yosemite Eisner Donald Trump Louise Schiavone Xi Jinping Francesco Molinari
Trader Joe's in Silver Lake remains closed following deadly hostage situation

WBZ Morning News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Trader Joe's in Silver Lake remains closed following deadly hostage situation

"Was shot yesterday afternoon and rushed to the hospital WBZ. TV's, Jim Smith has, more details from the scene on the. North shore and tells us police are combing for clues More questions than answers in tops field where police are investigating the shooting of a sixty four year old woman in a home on juniper lane even though she was found inside police who are closely analyzing evidence on. The ground outside one investigator also, using a metal. Detector to search a nearby area on arrival personnel. Located, a female victim age sixty four that a single. Gunshot wound to the chest victim was. Transported to Beverly. Hospital at this time we. Believe it's I'm life threatening warns the. Incident happened around four thirty yesterday afternoon again the woman was inside the house at the time a relative was also there with her at this point note word of any arrests police are actively investigating, the silver lake neighborhood of. Los Angeles is trying to recover after high drama yesterday at a trader Joe's one woman is dead and. Another is in critical condition after a shooting suspect led police on a wild chase an exchange fire with officers Dinner with a hostage standoff the suspect was wounded he's now in custody details from. ABC's Marci Gonzales on the woman was killed at a trader Joe's here in Los Angeles has a gunman stormed intaking dozens of hostages police say it started Saturday afternoon with the twenty eight year old suspect shooting his grandmother stealing her car and taking another injured woman with him as he. Ran from police during the course, of that pursuit. The gunman inside the suspect fired on our Austria's. Multiple, times the injured suspect was taken into custody Marci. Gonzales ABC news Los Angeles and we're. Learning the trader. Joe's employee who has killed. Is identified as Melita karate it is. Unclear if she was caught up in the crossfire or were shot by the suspect the FBI has released heavily redacted documents that are related to this surveillance of a former Trump campaign adviser.

Marci Gonzales JOE Los Angeles ABC Melita Jim Smith Investigator FBI Beverly Silver Lake Austria Donald Trump Twenty Eight Year Sixty Four Year
"melita" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"melita" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Good all here melita schumer will be joining us momentarily and when he does he'll have some remarks i will start it off i'm senator mazy run off hawaii and of course i thank everyone who was here and especially leader pelosi and i said when leader schumer comes representative cartwright where are you and everyone else who's here i like to start with a few words regarding justice kennedy's retirement the next supreme court justice will have the power to overturn roe v wade and take away healthcare protections for tens of millions of americans and the next supreme court justice will also be a position to continue the decades long assault and working people funded by hello chuck let me finish my sentence okay funded by thank you funded by far right groups like the coke brothers and the groups have spent millions and millions of dollars to pack our courts with people who will serve their own interests and i know this of course as a member of the senate judiciary committee and yesterday this all out effort continued savvy and predictably with the supreme court decision in janice versus asks me a decision that will undermine the fundamental rights of public sector workers across the country to unionize and bargain collectively and these are people we know the public sector workers they are our families they are our friends these people who are serving our communities educating and nurturing our children keeping us safe and caring for our families they deserve our support and protection it's why we are introducing our.

melita schumer hawaii cartwright kennedy assault senate judiciary committee senator pelosi representative roe janice
"melita" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

TEDTalks (audio)

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"melita" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

"This ted talk features youth homeless advocate melita whitley recorded live at ted residency twenty seventeen has your company outgrown quickbooks now's the time to move your business to the cloud introducing net suite by oracle the one financial and business management software that handles every aspect of your business with net sweet you'll save time money and uneeded headaches by managing your whole business with a single system thousands of the best known brands and fastest growing companies use net sweet find out what steps you can take to scale your business with net sweets free guide crushing the five barriers to growth at net sweet dot com slash ted talks that's net sweet dot com slash ted talks don't you love a good nap just still in a way that small but alcatel time to curl up on your couch for the sweet moment of this gate it's one of my favorite things but something i took for granted before i began experiencing homelessness as a teenager the ability to take a nap is only reserved for stability ensuring is something you can't find when you're carrying everything you own your book bag in carefully canada amount of time you're allowed to sit in any given place before being asked to lease i grew up in atlanta georgia bouncing from house to house with the loving close knit family as we struggled to find stability and our finances but when my mom temporarily lost herself to mania and when that mania chose me as primary scapegoat so both emotional and physical abuse at fled from safety.

melita whitley cloud georgia alcatel atlanta
"melita" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"melita" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The suspect in yesterday's mass shooting at a high school and parkland florida broward county judge kim theresa melita did most of the talking ever view the probable cause affidavit mr clues filed in your case and i find probable cause a further find the proof of guilt to the evidence or the presumption gray therefore mr crews you're going to be held without bond until further order of the court could be several weeks before cruises arraigned on the seventeen counts of premeditated murder and charges related to the fourteen injured yesterday all three of fourteen remain hospitalized three still in critical condition in yesterday's massive response officer michael leonard of coconut creek was a couple of miles from the school when he saw someone matching the suspects description for a quick loan i thought could this be the person is this who i need to stop it was and leonard arrested crew without incident i'm richard johnson it's a busy uncontentious afternoon on the floor the us senators lawmakers to to find agreement on an immigration bill correspondent bob costantini is on capitol hill it's a race among four different proposals to get to sixty votes at the senate struggles to find consensus on a single plan for leading the dreamers stay in the us while also giving president trump and conservatives what they want or at least enough to get the president to sign a series of votes is underway with varying degrees of changes in new restrictions that could be put on legal immigration programs at issue a third federal court this one in richmond virginia has declared the white house travel ban unconstitutional but the case will ultimately be decided by the us supreme court which will hear or log uments june but a political perot's believe this year will see big games in both the house and senate for democrats but republicans are not giving up jeff yet gop congressman given kramer of north dakota's expected to announce tomorrow he'll challenge democrat incumbent heidi heitkamp for her senate seek i'm rich johnson from your breaking news station i'm larry remoulded break un employee so looking for a man seen waving.

un larry remoulded heidi heitkamp officer kim theresa melita parkland florida broward count senate north dakota congressman jeff murder perot richmond virginia president us bob costantini richard johnson
"melita" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"melita" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It is forty six degrees now at o'hare nineteen year old nicholas cruz was it of florida courtroom today facing seventeen counts of murder for the parkland school shooting he appeared before broward county judge kim therese melita nicolas jakup prayers a pacer you are charged with seventeen counts of premeditated murder i have something very important to tell you your charged with some very serious crime he was ordered held without bail earlier today president trump addressed the nation i wanted to speak now directly to america's children especially those who feel lost alone confused or or even scared i want you to know that you are never alone and you never will cruised earlier been expelled from his high school meantime were also hearing today from the officer who arrested as i travel down one of the back roads is a heavily residential area i happened to come across just just myself there was not a lot of people out police officer michael lenard on yesterday's arrest of close at all the judge has denied bail for a felony accused in the shooting death of chicago police commander paul bauer wgn judy pilic has daddy fouryearold chamari leg it has a long criminal history he's now charged with firstdegree murder felon possession of a gun and drug possession in the death of commander paul bauer the cook county courtroom was packed with police officers with superintendant eddie johnson in the second row it was a bigger than normal courtroom people standing on the sides of the room like it entered in shackles around his wrists and ankles should he pilic wgn news yet another case of legionnaire's disease at the quincy veterans home this is the third laboratory tested case of legionaires disease at home this year the state says the most recent patient is in stable condition prosecutors say they've held talks on a possible plea deal with the suspect charged with kidnapping and killing a university of illinois scholar from china prosecutors recently said they will seek the death penalty for brent christiansen citing how he allegedly tortured 26yearold gang gang zhang before killing her her body has yet to be recovered the department of homeland security speaking out against a bipartisan senate bill that would protect dreamers and fund border security the homeland security department says it would not include language that ends the family unification probe graham and the visa lottery programme two of the.

graham senate china university of illinois quincy veterans cook county commander chicago michael lenard president broward county florida nicholas cruz homeland security department brent christiansen kidnapping eddie johnson paul bauer drug possession judy pilic
"melita" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"melita" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Radiocom to espn apathy has be a deal and if you don't know what fight where if you bang mayweather mcgregor on saturday go back to williams fort with chris pringle two years adam i mean it up others talking about what crawford after his knockout last night i was present junior welterweight champion of disputed but to hear it's been a couple of the knockout punches from the pirates three runs in the first three runs in the third on mike lee but you run home run from jerko for the cardinals in the second has them on the board but it's 62 pirates as we start the top half of the fourth jadi melita leach at all for the cardinals yvonne novo righty on righty delivers and force in a strike of the inside corner to start a nothing at one the other brewers with the wind today over the rockies a press of cubs comeback the oon bouncing ball foul at third and it's nothing gets you on molina can i sit upsize the central from eagle will you see with these four teams that are in the mix right now well it's it's really fun i mean the brewers now we're in the top of the division for a long time this season which to molina's down it away and then started a fall back it everyone said okay and i was one of those guys are i'd arrigo it's the reality said it in red bought they have hung in there and had a little bit of a dip had some injuries and were without some key no pitchers but they've got back they've added a little bit on suitable lena is fouled at the knocks the mask of stewart off he's okay and it's wanted shoot and they've got some players do domingo's santana hayes use aguilar i mean you could go you know really on and on.

Radiocom mayweather mcgregor crawford mike lee cardinals melita leach brewers cubs molina lena stewart espn chris pringle domingo santana hayes aguilar two years