17 Burst results for "Michelle Anderson"

"michelle anderson" Discussed on Z104

Z104

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on Z104

"Mayor talked about with depression and stress, the best thing people can do is have those needs Nette Mette It brings down your stress. When you know where your meal is going to come from, And then you're you're gonna have safe and warm house or that your business is is going to be able to Proceed. Mr Mayor So far, how do you feel about the part to show? Well, I'll tell you what. I am thrilled. I am delighted, and it shows about what our community is about. One of the things I found out during my tenure Mayor The strength of Virginia Beach are the people of Virginia Beach, and this is another example of people stepping to the plate to help each other to help their neighbors out. You have that sense of community, But you know, once again, the four organizations that have come together in the very dare I say, United way a little play on words there, but but that our meeting diverse needs of the complexity of the problem. It's heart warming toe work with what about to Michelle? But what does it mean to you to be a part of this effort? Well, we're just so honored. You know, I happen to be a resin in Virginia Beach and grew up in Norfolk, so it's in my blood, but we're just honored to serve and to serve with such incredible partners. It's wonderful it what it's what makes this time. It's like a light of hope for people and that's so important. And I do just want to say if people are in need. Please go toe vb relief dot work. The city wants to help you and every single one of these four partners, but we're just truly honored to be here. Okay themselves. This resource is for Virginia Beach Residents impacted by Kobe Yes. What about residents of other cities? Can you talk to me about that? We do. We can others that aren't in Virginia Beach King go to the United Way. Covert response hotline. 7578587777 or visit united way shr dot org's coronavirus. How can that listeners in the community get involved in recovery and have those who are phantom financially impacted by the pandemic? Sure. Well, what they can do is number one. Encourage people that are in need help to get help. We have so many people that don't want to reach out. This isn't there's a time to give in a time to receive so, but our listeners if you have been able to be whole during this time Now is the time to give. You can text Cove it to 41444 and give back Okay. Read that number again, please. Text code c o V. I D 241444. It's just tuning in. I'm talking with Virginia Beach Mayor Bobby's dire and Michelle Anderson. President, CEO of United Way South Hampton Roads We're talking about the Virginia Beach Pandemic Relief partnership. Sameera New Year's just around the corner and any comments for our community as we enter the new year. Let's be positive. You know, every day we are one day closer to having this behind us. Yes, but in the meantime, help your neighbor, you know, do random acts of kindness for other people come together as a community. If you have an elderly, elderly neighbor or somebody that needs a hand watching a child or something like that. It's gonna be a lot of the small things that are going to make a big difference here. But let's be positive going in. This is gonna be let's make a better through adversity. Let's find opportunity and not opportunities to build a stronger community. Yeah, guys, we have to leave it there. But Michelle before we close, Can you tell our listeners one more time? How to access assistance? Yes. Visit vb relief dot or g'kar. We re be relief dot orig and to Texas to make a contribution of donation. Coverted. Text covert 241444. Alright Mr Mayor and Michelle. Thank you so very much. Any passing thoughts any any final? I would say one thing. We talked about a small business being contacting us. We've also had people who have received help that have called us back and they say They want to volunteer. They want to pay it forward, and I think that goes back to what our mayor said. You know, random acts of kindness being there for your neighbor. It's so easy and it means so much. And the thing is the city of Virginia Beach Prize itself on having thousands of volunteers everywhere from our emergency medical services to people that just work in the community. You can call City Hall and, you know, sign up and become a volunteer if you'd like, But once again if you could just help your friend or neighbor out, boy that goes a big way. Mr Mayor, Michelle. Thank you so very much for your time this morning. No, thanks. And thank you for this platform. Absolutely. And thank you for what you doing. Improve the quality of life of residents here in Virginia Beach and Hampton roads? Yes. And thank you both for your service. Well, yeah. And back at you, thistles been Hampton roads, perspectives if you would like to share information about an event or organization to be featured on a future program. Please send us an email. Theodorus is h r p.

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Calm down for a German magazine. One story to rule them. All. They sent a reporter to Fergus falls, these these these these German folks Germans to write a story about deep Trump, unfortunately for Spiegel. Fergus falls residents. Michelle Anderson in the worst, spitting support. Germany like, Idaho, where we'll go to get the inside scoop on Fergus falls. The Michelle Anderson and Jake krone read the story, which is no longer available for reasons y'all gonna find out here and wrote a stunning expose on all the things that he got wrong. Got wrong was too benign a characterization the reporter Kloss reload Titus believe it's Claus Claus Claus reload. His medical condition. Titus Keita's made made things up through would you like to take the reins on that which he made up number one the sleeping dragon after three and a half hours the bus Benz from the highway to a narrow sloping street rolling towards a dark forest that looks like dragons live in it. No. That's Fergus falls at the entrance. Just before the station. There is a sign with the American stars and stripes banner, which reads, welcome to Fergus falls home of damn good folks in actuality. Is located on the prairie. Which means our landscape mostly consists of tall grass lakes, while we do have trees, we do not have any distinct forests inner city limits and definitely not on the route the bus would he would've taken from the twin cities. Do you think maybe he couldn't read English, and he was just in Brainerd? And sadly are welcome.

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. After Donald Trump unexpectedly won the presidency journalists here and abroad set out to discover what made the so-called rural Trump voter tick more one of those journalists was a young star reporter from the German magazine Der Spiegel named Kloss reloaded. Yes, he decided to write about Fergus falls. Minnesota. Resident Michelle Anderson had high expectations for the piece I had hoped that it would actually be a really interesting article about kind of the nuances and complexities of a rural community at this point in time. Reload Llosa's article was nothing like that. Almost everything he wrote about Fergus falls was a lie concocted to make the town look radically conservative this week reload Yose resigned from Der Spiegel because of that and many other fabricated stories. An Anderson has co written her own piece fact checking his falsehoods right from the start just the way he described Fergus falls was. Completely wrong. He described are welcome sign and said that it was decked out in like the star spangled banner, and that it said, welcome to Fergus falls home of damn good. Folks. Are welcome sign is green and white. And it just says welcome to Fergus falls and nothing else. Nothing about damn good, folks. No. It just went on and on from there. So he said that American sniper which came out in two thousand fifteen had been showing at our movie theater for two straight years because we loved that movie so much there are a lot of little things like that just sort of supported the story. He already wanted to tell about this really leak rate alien kind of country. I mean, just to offer two more examples, he writes, a dark forest that looks like a dragon lives in it. But Ferguson falls is on the prairie. There are new forest around. Exactly, he described your city administrator as a guy who has never seen the ocean and has never been together with a woman. But then there's this photograph that you produced of your city administrator with his longtime girlfriend in front of the ocean. Right, right. Putting aside that it is absolutely unethical journalism to fabricate facts. You say that there was something much more personal about these lies that left you with what you call a very sick unsettled feeling tell me what was so incredibly hurtful about these lies. Well, I think he came with a very specific story that he wanted to tell him he could have told such a more interesting story if he actually had sat down and looks for more diverse perspectives. So I think it just for me was so telling overall of kind of how rural America is viewed by people who don't live here understand. Yeah. This was just a gross misperception of people in rural America by someone who's German. But did it remind you of how you think some Americans misunderstand people in rural areas. Yeah. A little bit. I mean, there's kind of just this narrative of decline, and racism and bigotry. But the real story here is how people live in rural places and work across those divisive political views to keep their communities strong. And I think Fergus falls is such a great example of that. And we have a lot to be proud of. And we also have a lot to work on. But we're not going anywhere. Either. Michelle Anderson is a resident of Fergus falls Minnesota. You can beat her fact check at medium.

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all things considered from NPR news. After Donald Trump unexpectedly won the presidency journalists here and abroad set out to discover what made the so-called rural Trump voter tick, one of those journalists was a young star reporter from the German magazine Der Spiegel named Kloss reload. Here's he decided to write about Fergus falls. Minnesota. Resident Michelle Anderson had high expectations for the piece I had hoped that it would actually be a really interesting article about kind of the nuances and complexities of a rural community at this point in time. Reload Llosa's article was nothing like that. Almost everything he wrote about Fergus falls was a lie concocted to make the town look radically conservative this week, reload ios resigned from Der Spiegel because of that and many other fabricated stories and Anderson has co written her own piece fact checking his falsehoods right from the third just the way he described Fergus falls was. Completely wrong. He described are welcome sign and said that it was decked out in like the star spangled banner, and that it said, welcome to Fergus falls home of damn good. Folks. Are welcome sign is green and white. And it just says welcome to Fergus falls and nothing else. Nothing about damn good, folks. No, it just went on and on from there. So he said that American sniper which came out in two thousand fifteen had been showing at our movie theater for two straight years because we loved that movie so much there are a lot of little things like that that disorder supported the story. He already wanted to tell about this really bleak rate alien kind of country. I mean, just to offer two more examples he writes of a dark forest that looks like a dragon lives in it. But forgets falls is on the prairie. There are new forest around. Exactly he described your city administrator as a guy who has never seen the ocean. And has never been together with a woman. But then there's this photograph that you produced of your city administrator with his longtime girlfriend in front of the ocean. Right, right. Putting aside that it is absolutely unethical journalism to fabricate facts. You say that there was something much more personal about these lies that left you with what you call a very sick unsettled feeling tell me what was so incredibly hurtful about these lives. Well, I think he came with a very specific story that he wanted to tell and he could have sold such a more interesting story if he actually had sat down and looked for more diverse perspectives. So I think it just for me was so telling overall of kind of how rural America is viewed by people who don't live here understand. Yeah. This was just a gross misperception of people in rural America by someone who's German. But did it remind you of how you think some Americans misunderstand people in rural areas. Yeah. A little bit. I mean, there's kind of just this narrative of decline, and racism and bigotry, but the real story here is how people live in rural places and work across those divisive political views to keep their communities strong. And I think Fergus falls is such a great example of that. And we have a lot to be proud of. And we also have a lot to work on. But we're not going anywhere. Either. Michelle Anderson is a resident of Fergus falls Minnesota. You can read. Her fact, check at medium dot com. Thank you very much. Thank you. Yeah..

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"This is all things considered from NPR news. After Donald Trump unexpectedly won the presidency journalists here and abroad set out to discover what made the so-called rural Trump voter tick, one of those journalists was a young star reporter from the German magazine Der Spiegel named Kloss, reloaded tears. He decided to write about Fergus falls. Minnesota. Resident Michelle Anderson had high expectations for the piece I had hoped that it would actually be a really interesting article about kind of the nuances and complexities of a rural community at this point in time. Reload Llosa's article was nothing like that. Almost everything he wrote about Fergus falls was a lie concocted to make the town look radically conservative this week reload Joost's resigned from Der Spiegel because of that and many other fabricated stories and Anderson has co written her own piece fact checking his falsehoods right from the start just the way he described Fergus falls was. Completely wrong. He describes our welcome sign and said that it was decked out in like the star spangled banner, and that it said, welcome to Fergus falls home of damn good. Folks. Are welcome sign is green and white. And it just says welcome to Fergus falls and nothing else. Nothing about damn good, folks. No. It just went on and on from there. So he said that American sniper which came out in two thousand fifteen had been showing at our movie theater for two straight years because we love that movie so much. There are a lot of little things like that that just sort of supported the story. He already wanted to tell about this really bleak rate alien kind of country. I mean, just to offer two more examples he writes of a dark forest that looks like a dragon lives in it. But forgives falls is on the prairie. There are new forest around. Exactly, he described your city administrator as a guy who has never seen the ocean and has never been together with a woman. But then there's this photograph that you produced of your city administrator with his longtime girlfriend in front of the ocean. Right, right. Putting aside that it is absolutely unethical journalism to fabricate facts. You say that there was something much more personal about these lies that left you with what you call a very sick unsettled feeling tell me what was so incredibly hurtful about these lives. Well, I think he came with a very specific story that he wanted to tell and he could've told such a more interesting story if he actually had sat down and looks for more diverse perspectives. So I think it just for me was so telling overall of kind of how rural America is viewed by people who don't live here understand. Yeah. This was just a gross misperception of people in rural America by someone who's German. But did it remind you of how you think some Americans misunderstand people in rural areas. Yeah. A little bit. I mean, there's kind of just this narrative of decline, and racism and bigotry, but the real story here is how people live in rural places and work across those divisive political views to keep their communities strong. I think Fergus falls is such a great example of that. And we have a lot to be proud of. And we also have a lot to work on. But we're not going anywhere. Either. Michelle Anderson is a resident of Fergus falls Minnesota. You can beat her fact check at.

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Yes. So that's what it should be. Exactly does from Seattle, right? Yes. I have one in Kansas City. Oh, what's weird? Is. You're wearing a Mariners had today. I am. But it's the whole synergy you feeling it feeling it. Yeah. Everybody's on the same page. I think it's worth. I'm to get one that just says Nancy on your. I'm not gonna be able to get that out of my head rest of the day. Not the Nancy part. Build the wall. You gotta make sure that you clarify that. All right. There's other stuff we've got to get to how about CNN journalist of the year. Somebody that they named the journalist, right? He never worked for Seattle worthy. Yeah. Let's just make it clear here, but he worked for he had written several pieces for their Spiegel sprite. Worked there a MAG. A magazine in Germany Klauss relatives. I know I'm butchering that name I looked for pronounce her online couldn't find one as a German journalist who just this year won a reporter of the year award. But today the magazine where he's worked for the last seven years or so said that he had admitted to making more than a dozen instances of fraud after being confronted by another reporter. Guardian reported earlier this month, he won Germany's reporter of the year for a story about a young Syrian boy, which the jurors praised for its whiteness, poetry and relevance since the merge that all the sources for his reporting were at best hazy. Much of what he wrote was made up. Now this all came up because there's a colleague who worked with him on a story along the US Mexican border who said, hey, wait a minute. Some of the details in your reporting on that story. Didn't seem right. The colleague Juan Moreno, eventually tracked down to a wedge sources quoted extensively in the article, which is published in November. Both said they had never met. The reporter the reporter had also lied about seeing a hand painted sign that read Mexicans keep out. Other fraudulent stories including about a Yemeni prisoners in Guantanamo Bay. And one about the American football star, Colin Kaepernick now one of the stories if you can believe it. The most amazing part is one of these stories where it's supposed to be looking down their nose at a small town in America was extensively. Just littered with fraud. He wrote it out a small town in Minnesota called Fergus falls. And yes, it was one of those is I've called them before the guerrillas in the midst type of expose. We're gonna see how these people live at how many think let me let me reposition my glasses towards the end of my nose. So I can look down at you properly. Now, Michelle Anderson who lives there remembers meeting in last February when he came to live there for about three weeks, and she was skeptical about his motives now, they put out a piece in medium. That said, well, wait a minute. This article was total Bs there were so many things that were so wrong about it. So we put the spotlight on the Fergus falls city administrator, Andrew Bramsen as the main character in his article. Now, they've spoken to of that length regarding the parts of the story that feature him and well, apparently, the reporter got three facts, right? The administrators age. Twenty-seven Betty grew up in Fergus falls, and then he went to the university of South Dakota and went to college in South Dakota, everything else, I'm just quoting now from the medium post everything else from the claim that Bramson carries a Beretta nine millimeter on his person while at work. He says I will never wear a gun at work. I don't even own a Beretta his disdain for potential female president his comment that Trump would quote kick ass, you said, I never said that and even his college preference for eighteenth century, French philosophers, he says, I never read them. And also he's apparently a fan of the New England Patriots. According to this reporter. I'm not fake news. He says, I'm not a fan of them at all. That's all fiction. Wow. Brim says anyone who knows anything about me knows? This is the furthest from what I stand for perhaps the oddest fiction and the list of many is his depiction of breath as someone who would like to marry soon, but has not yet been in a serious relationship with a woman, he has also never been to the ocean as the writers and medium request a say we can attest that Bramson has indeed been to the ocean by his account many times, and is currently happily involved in a multi year relationship that he lives with with the woman who he lives with. And in fact, here's a picture of the two of them in front of all things and. Yeah. The narrative. This guy's a storyteller. As the guy writes there is also a set amount out of town. We're fast food stores are lit up in the cinema a flat rectangular building. There are two films on Friday evening. The one LA La Land running an empty roads is a musical, aroma. Romance about artists in Los Angeles. The other American sniper a war film by Clint Eastwood is sold out. The film was not running at that time. Right hadn't run for years since the first round of that movie. But of course, what is this guy? Wanna do? He's crafting a narrative at all these people in the upper midwest and all over the so-called Trump country are just a bunch of idiots who love their guns. You are fake news. About it. The main character in this story to had two best friends a couple of days to do things with Huck Finn and Becky Thatcher. But that's CNN's journalists. Yeah, that's fantastic. Isn't it? Great. That's pretty good there. Never been to the ocean and has no love interest. Man. Who's ready for the New Year's resolution talk yet anybody not really I don't think. So I'm not feel it from you guys. I mean that story..

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"What it should be. Exactly. Does from Seattle, right. Yes. I have one in Kansas City. Oh, it's weird. Is you're wearing a Mariners had today. I am. But it's the whole synergy, you're feeling it. I'm feeling it. Yeah. Everybody's on the same page. I think it's worth. Get one that just says subtle Nancy on your. I'm not going to be able to get that out of my head. Not the DNC park. Gotta make sure the clarify that. All right. There's other stuff we've got to get to how about CNN journalist of the year. Somebody that they named the journalist. He never worked for Seattle. Yeah. Let's just make it clear here, but he worked for he had written several pieces for their Spiegel the sprocket worked there a MAG a magazine in Germany Klauss relatives. I know I'm butchering that name I looked for pronounce her online couldn't find one as a German journalist who just this year won a reporter of the year award. But today the magazine where he's worked for the last seven years or so said that he had admitted to making more than a dozen instances of fraud after being confronted by another reporter. Nardy and reported earlier this month, he won Germany's reporter of the year for a story about a young Syrian boy, which the jurors praised for its whiteness poetry and relevant to merge that all the sources for his reporting were at best hazy. Much of what he wrote was made up. Now this all came up because there's a colleague who worked with him on a story along the us Mexican border. Who said, hey, wait, a minute is some of the details in your reporting on that story. Didn't seem right. The colleague Juan Moreno eventually tracked down to allege sources quoted extensively in the article, which is published in November. Both said they had never met. The reporter the reporter had also lied about seeing a hand painted sign that read Mexicans keep out. Other fraudulent stories including one about a Yemeni prisoner in Guantanamo Bay. And what about the American football star, Colin Kaepernick? Now, one of the stories if you can believe it. The most amazing part is one of these stories where it's supposed to be looking down their nose at a small town in America was extensively. Just littered with fraud. Eroded out a small town in Minnesota called Fergus falls, and yes, it was one of those as I call them before the gorillas in the mist type of expose. We're to see how these people live at how many think let me let me reposition my glasses towards the end of my nose. So I can look down at you properly. Now, Michelle Anderson who lives there remembers meeting in last February when he came to live there for about three weeks, and she was skeptical about his motives now, they put out a piece of medium. That said, well, wait a minute. This article was total Bs there were so many things that were so wrong about it. So we put the spotlight on the Fergus falls city administrator, Andrew Bramsen as the main character in his article. Now, they've spoken to of that length regarding the parts of the story that feature him and well, apparently, the reporter got three facts, right? The administrators age. Twenty seven Betty grew up in Fergus falls, and then he went to the university of South Dakota or went to college in South Dakota, everything else, I'm just quoting now from the medium post everything else from the claim that Bramson carries a Beretta nine millimeter on his person while at work. He says I will never wear a gun at work. I don't even own a Beretta his disdain for potential female president his comment that Trump would quote kick ass, you said, I never said that and even his college era preference for eighteenth century, French philosophers, he says, I never read them. And also he's apparently a fan of the New England Patriots. According to this reporter says I'm not a fan of them at all. That's all fiction. Wow. Says anyone who knows anything about me knows? This is the furthest from what I stand for perhaps the oddest fiction and the list of many is his depiction of Seth someone who would like to marry soon, but has not yet been in a serious relationship with a woman he has also never been to the ocean as the writers and medium request. Say we can attest that Bramson has indeed been to the ocean by his account many times, and is currently happily involved in a multi year relationship that he lives with with the woman who lives with. And in fact, here's a picture of the two of them in front of all things and..

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Due back in court on December twentieth for a pretrial hearing he remains in jail in lieu of one million dollars bail an effort to tax your text. Messages may have been shut down before regulators could approve the proposed. Newsradio cave became Joe. Michael joins us. Live with details on what's turned out to be a case of state versus feds. Joe, Mike, the California Public utilities commission has been making a case for taxing. Text messages, citing budgetary concerns, but twenty four hours before the commission was to vote on the proposal. The FCC has today voted to classify text messages as an information service. Instead of a telecommunications service all that decision focused on wireless carriers ability to block spam. KFC became legal analyst Bill port Nova says it likely confirms the state utilities commission has no authority to impose surcharges on text messaging in the face of the FCC's vote today. It would seem that the public utility commissions vote attempting to alter that would be ineffective defense win for its part the cellular communications industry for its part the cellular telecommunications industry association commends today's FCC decision for what it calls protecting consumers from an avalanche of messaging spam while expressing hope. The California's public utilities commission, recognizing that tax texting the taxing text messages, you try and say that it's been blown it all day long, and it's bad for consumers. They say burdening those who rely on and use the service each and every day might take Joe. And by the way, we'd like to know what you think about this idea. Even though it looks like the FCC is probably headed it off at the pass the idea of taxing text messages, you see how carefully I had to say that we have a poll KF dot com. It's the afternoon news with kitty O'Neil page. Kaiser officials say some surgeries have been cancelled due to the statewide mental health worker strike. A Kaiser spokeswoman says a sympathy strike by members of the California nurses association has delayed non-emergency surgery. Some patients report that strike could delay their medical procedures a few weeks or even a few months. The work stoppage continues till Friday workers are demanding that Kaiser hire more staff to meet the high demand for mental health services and elk grove, mom and dad, whose twelve year old son committed suicide. A couple of years ago says the school district should be doing more to let students know how to get help. Josh and Michelle Anderson son JJ committed suicide in two thousand sixteen they say he didn't show any of the typical warning signs, and we're surprised by his choice to end his life. Couple says suicide among elk grove students is a growing problem, and it's not just at risk kids who need guidance. They're missing a whole population of students, and I think that is why there's a seems to be an increase lately and suicides including the three in the last three months. The Anderson's understand the school district can't prevent all suicides from happening, but they just like to see more being done. There's many opportunities where they can get information out to the parents. There's many opportunities where they can get out something and something is better than nothing reached out to the elk grove school district for comment, but have yet to receive a reply Cassandra Webb NewsRadio KF became it's four zero seven. Let's get a check check of our traffic troublespot from Dana hanauer. We've got a busy service rates. Gotta get even busier Madison Avenue. Dewey drive have an injury accident involving a motorcyclist. It is block, Elaine. We just don't have a direction of traffic there. But again, Madison at a watch half that crash complete traffic and weather together in three minutes. Plus there's a Grinch at work in Roseville and Tom Cruise's at work in Tahoe. Check in first thing tomorrow when you drive to work for Sacramento's news, traffic, and weather, plus all the breaking stories from overnight the KF became morning news with Christina, Madonna, and Dan Mitchelson on NewsRadio K PK..

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on KOMO

"Oh. Six for families with loved ones killed by those on death row. The state supreme court decision to strike down the death penalty yesterday might be painful. But prosecutors till komo's Jennifer Sullivan. It will not let killers off lightly to last inmate executed here was Cal Coburn Brown in two thousand ten for the murder of Holly washout in King County. King County prosecutor Dan Satbir who was alongside the washout family for that execution says he had an awful moment about capital punishment three years ago. This isn't working is costing a lot is putting victims families through the ringer. And and we don't need it. He says the county waste. More than fifteen million dollars seeking death for these three people. Christopher Montfort, Michelle Anderson and Joe McEnroe, none of who ended up on death row. And I think the Justice system is stronger without the death penalty a moment that puts Washington state on the right side of history Saddlebrook who prosecuted to death row inmates calls their crimes horrific. He says families should know they'll serve the maximum term. Another delay in a decision about whether a Spokane area will be charged as an adult or a juvenile in the fatal shooting at Freeman high school. It's been more than a year since that happened. One student was killed three others injured at that high school outside Spokane well, Caleb sharp is seventeen now told detectives he flipped a coin that morning to decide if he'd carry out the shooting here, not Michael Harper one of his friends. He didn't watch a lot of school school shooting. Documentaries. He would send them to me over Snapchat. This week the prosecutor asked to judge for more time before making a decision now that prosecutors said he just learned how to open an online document sharing application. And found there were hundreds of investigative documents in there that the defense team had loaded now he needs more time to go over those former employee at Mercedes Benz of Seattle is getting at large disability settlement after being fired from his job. Troy Coachman was a forty year near veteran of the dealership when he was diagnosed with cancer and underwent a leering Cottam Alaron jock to me at the end of two thousand fourteen when he was ready to return to work. He was fired through an Email. That said his voice box would be unappealing to customers. Away.

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on KOMO

"Their families. Then our hearts are with the thousands who have sustained property damage. In many cases, entirely wiped out and the president says he will go to the areas. Hardest hit by Michael with continuing coverage of Michael Richard Cantu. ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. This is twenty four seven news on KOMO news, Maxine frost for families with loved ones killed by those on death row. The court's decision yesterday striking the death penalty in Washington state was painful, the prosecutors, tell komo's Jennifer Sullivan. It won't let killers off lightly. The last inmate executed here was Cal Coburn Brown in two thousand ten for the murder of Holly, washout and King County. King County prosecutor Dan sadder who alongside the washout family for that execution says he had an awful moment about capital punishment three years ago. This isn't working. Is costing a lot is putting victims families through the ringer. And and we don't need it. He says the county wasted more than fifteen million dollars seeking death for these three people. Christopher Montfort, Michelle Anderson and Joe McEnroe, none of who ended up on death row. And I think that the Justice system is stronger without the death the moment that puts Washington state on the right side of history. Sadder who prosecuted these to death row inmates calls their crimes horrific, he says families should know they'll serve the maximum term. That's komo's Jennifer Sullivan state troopers. They're trying to figure out what caused a deadly crash near lake Stevens Wednesday night. They think one car ran a stop sign at state route nine in Sunnyside school road and then hit another car. Both drivers were killed two. Passengers one in each car suffered serious injuries. They're still not sure of drugs or alcohol played a role in that crash. Renton police need help finding a man and woman accused of stealing from a mother who is visiting her eleven year old son's grave investigator. Say the pair took her purse while she was at Greenwood memorial park in September. They used her credit cards are going shopping spree by more than a thousand dollars worth of items at seven different stores. Police are asking you to call Renton police if you have any information, well, it's a loss for activists fighting to free Lolita the orca from the Miami Seaquarium, a federal appeals court is rejecting a petition to reopen a lawsuit over Seaquarium treatment of the whale. The court says there's no threat of serious harm that could trigger a federal animal welfare file -ation. The Miami Herald reports pita general counsel Jared Goodman, says the court has sentenced the fifty one year old the leader to a lifetime. A physical and psychological harm. The orca was captured off Puget Sound in one thousand nine hundred seventy a runner from the university of Oregon has made history. Justin Gago says now the first athlete with cerebral palsy to sign a contract. With Nike his mom says he never gives up. Do anything you put your mind to it? Doesn't matter. If you have a disability or not and Justin splitting.

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"The guy's DNA didn't match. Accusers rape kid. What they won't tell you in this case is that no DNA was found, although the medical examiner deed, say that evidence of sexual assault like like injuries from a sexual assault were were president. And so she was likely sexually assaulted according to the injuries she received yet. At the same time, there was no DNA from anybody recovered on her. So d- the as DNA does not indicate, there wasn't no sexual assault only also doesn't indicate that not that who who, if you don't know who did it, it doesn't necessarily mean it didn't happen. And if you don't know who did it doesn't necessarily mean it couldn't have been him that being said, you know, at least he was telling the truth about DNA having quote unquote. Cleared him in the way that most people understand it via law and order and shit like that. But yeah. They talked to expert on DNA evidence who is claimed people expect DNA or scientific evidence every case. And the reality is it doesn't exist. In most cases, saying county assistant state's attorney share s and birthday in a report by the Illinois coalition against sexual assault is very much. The accession Villanova university law professor, Michelle Anderson echo as Burs argument. That leap is a misunderstanding of what DNA can and can't prove DNA can prove sex occurred. DNA can't prove this didn't occur. So, yeah, they, like I say, I don't think. He'll I don't think anything was ever going to happen to him. But. You know, he's these rally, the troops on his joint and he's going to be good. Oh, yeah. Even when you know his wife on the phone and. It's so why all of these are basically self self owned like he did this to himself and nobody can like people going to say he got got accused targeted, but like he legit told everybody shit already. And then people go, I can't believe said about this. Now. I can't believe I'll listen this shift three years ago and never crossed your mind. It was kinda fucked up. Last one Chloe Dykstra says she chose not to participate in Chris Harwood investigation. So Chris Hardwick has been reinstated as AMC's talking dead host or sure he'll be at the next comic con and all that stuff. The investigation apparently was handled by firm that is like, I don't know if they're owned by his wife's like family, the hearse. The hearse are very, very rich. They own everything. So you know, I don't know exactly how. How they've education to Claes idiot stuff. But part of reason that I'm sure he was kinda cleared is because she did not want to participate partially because she says she didn't want to talk to people who she felt like weren't gonna believe her in the first place. And because she also said from the beginning, everybody skipped over an essay. She was not out to ruin his career or like to injure him. She was out to tell her side of the story. And I think with a lot of social media and a lot of. The whole outrace. It people want a quote, unquote, Justice. That's kind of like some, hey, this thing happened. Let's go get this guy and is weird because of its face. When we talk about what do the people, what if survivors want? What about what does. Justice look like to the person who had to deal with it, not to all of us on the outside with the pitchforks. But what does it look like? Well, in her first initial postal medium. She said she wasn't trying to hurt him in that kind of way. She needed him to recognize truth, and that was it. And we went, ninety lose his job. We need to make sure that he, you know, he doesn't work again. You know what? Maybe you should go to jail, but it was. It was really not about her. It was about everybody else if we're being honest agreed..

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"And and now to a reminder that silicon valley is only part of northern california you can see the contrast by visiting stockton do east of san francisco once a hub for agriculture stockton went bankrupt in 2012 as kqeds sam harnett reports stockton has now we experiment with a new way to sustain residents universal basic income stockton's problems are far from unique says it's mayor michael tubs or walking stalker is absolutely ground zero on for law the issues were facing other nation also opportunity on he trade policy solutions are scalable hit the way they are nine other communities there's wage stagnation rising housing prices loss of middle class jobs deep looming threat of automation awful as mayor is my responsibility do i could onto begin figuring out what's the best way to make sure that folks are community have a real economic floor so cities experimenting with universal basic income or you be i for one year several dozen stock families will get five dollars a month no strings attached the goals together data on the economic and social impacts of giving people a basic income dorian warren cochairs the economic security project a nonprofit that's contributing a million dollars to the effort what does it mean for yourself worth and dignity what does it mean to say here is unconditional guaranteed income just based on you being a human being crate the projects in its early stages and it's not clear how families will be chosen you be i actually isn't a new idea so stanford law professor michelle anderson you the i was first hedged find next san as an answer to postindustrial solve law says yes republican president richard nixon at once considered the idea back in the '60s but testing you'll be i'd today innocent says stockton can assess whether it gets more economic stimulus giving money directly to citizens instead of offering tax breaks to lure inc's a ubi that's being proposed stockton now is is very small compared to the corporate some.

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"This is why this is why a rick spin mi lately is because i resent him is all sean cares about its reek next question kirsten you would like to know are you missing the broadway life any teasers you can share about upcoming projects joy miss broadway life of course i miss sitting in my dressing room every day watching friends while duma makeup um and any teasers yes i've picked out the one song i'm going to release and i'm gonna make a music video and i'm gonna make a big and you guys are going to like get next question michelle anderson would like to know what's your favorite friends episode am what's your chance favorite thing to do together with some quality time okay my favorite friends episode moon who that's tough probably the one where ross has the sound and he pleases keyboard and it's like dean ding ding ding ding ding were dum dum dum dum dum dum dums and the glass cheddars and at the end he he's like wait for it and any friends listeners out that will understand what i'm talking about xi'an's looking at me like i'm crazy sean lift our favorite thing to do together for some quality time uh i think we enjoy cooking together uh but with tucker probably getting away from everything in having some alone time yup anything to do with like shutting off in being in a moment kirsten nagy what is the weirdest thing a guy said are dead while on your season of the bachelorette.

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Automation offer as mayor is my responsibility you are could aum's begin figuring out with the best way to make sure that folks are community have a real economic floor so cities trying universal basic income or you be i for one year at several dozen socked in families will get five hundred dollars a month no strings attached the goes together date on the economic and social impacts of giving people a basic income says dorian warrant how does that affect your self esteem your identity and then what does it mean to say here is unconditional guaranteed income just based on you being a human being crate weren't cochairs the economic security project which is contributing a million dollars to the initiative the hope is the demonstrate ubs potential and encourage other places to give it a try you'd be eye has recently gotten a boost from silicon valley moguls concerned about income inequality and the future of society that the idea actually isn't all that new says michelle anderson a stanford law professor you the i first hedged find next santa's an answer to postindustrial job losses with this experiment interest says stockton may discover gets more economic stimulus by giving money to its citizens rather than corporations they hope will bring in jobs and tax revenue the ubi that's being proposed stockton now is is very small compared to the big corporate subsidies that cities like that engage in latin wrecked up millions in on development projects in the past which got the city into trouble says mayor tubs our history has been we've overspin on things like arenas marinas or brings with us or the term bahrain car tourism and those that were tough think the experiment will show that.

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The looming threat of automation awful as mayor is my responsibility do i could on to be in figuring out what's the best way to make sure that folks are community have a real economic floor so cities trying universal basic income or you be i for one year at several dozen socked in families will get five hundred dollars a month no strings attached the goal together date on the economic and social impacts of giving people a basic income says dorian warrant how does that affect your self esteem your identity and then what does it mean to say here is unconditional guaranteed income just based on you being a human being crate warren cochairs the economic security project which is contributing a million dollars to the initiative the hope is the demonstrate ubs potential and encourage other places to give it a try uv i has recently gotten a boost from silicon valley moguls concerned about income inequality and the future of society but the idea actually isn't all that new says michelle anderson a stanford law professor you the iowa's first hedged finding exxon as an answer to postindustrial law says well this experiment interest says doctor may discover gets more economic stimulus by giving money to its citizens rather than corporations they hope will bring in jobs and tax revenue ubi that's being proposed stockton now is uh is very small compared to the big corporate subsidies that cities like that engaged in stockton brek the millions in on development projects in the past which got the city into trouble says mayor tubs our history of their we've overspin on things worked arenas marinas or greens less or the tremblor rain kind of tourism in dollars outweigh substance the ubi experiment will show that stockton's best bet.

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Uh let's get better it is now up again they weren't exicting facebook or they run x on facebook brooklyn college seeks to ban police from using campus bathrooms all goes back to one plays it goes backdoor one place and i'll give you a hint just said brooklyn college let me give you a hint if goes back to the school system the school system has been hijacked by straight up progressive well communists same thing same thing and and their goal their goal is to fundamentally transform america into what they would consider to be a communist slash socialist paradise that's it so they fly in the face of anything western civilized uh which would be uh well taken on a lot of the ground moved through a pipeline to not not just learning the police use the restroom facilities but encouraging them to and on the police igf hang out here we we need you around because of while your your lawn dogs and we want to make sure that you're here in case of the ben happens you can respond to no brooklyn college in new york city has director police officers who need a bathroom break to use a broken down for needy and a building on a fire edge of the campus with the participation in the works to ban capital on the taxpayer funded campus the schools director of public safety somebody named donald went told stood newspaper excelsior mark scott remember excelsior mark's got has left the building i have left the building i'm still here up there on ex uh that he's pushing the by the way i'm in the building 247 that is pushing to keep law enforcement out of sight via they want law enforcement out of sight also cut down here in this piece this is up from the this is from the free beacon dot com the excelsior reported unidentified student is drafting a petition to calls president michelle anderson deco completely exile the police they want the police totally off of campus now somebody here says that the bathroom is horrendous you can only wash your hands or one of the six because the other to a broken by the way if you ever been a men's room i know you men have i get an an an but the jazz of ruminants they're bad enough even they're good shape i don't even wanna use them that's a national exaggeration now up by the.

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"michelle anderson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"michelle anderson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Here in case of the ben happens you can respond to no brooklyn college in new york city has directed police officers who need a bathroom break to use a broken down facility in a building on a fire edge of the campus with a petition in the works to ban caps from the taxpayer funded campus the school's director of public safety somebody named donald went tilt stood newspaper the excelsior mark scott remember excelsior mark's scott has left the building i have left the building i'm still here up their own ex uh that he's pushing the by the way i'm in the building 247 uh that is pushing to keep law enforcement out of sight via they want law enforcement out of sight also cut down here in this piece this is a from the this is from the free beacon dot com the excelsior reported than an knee students drafting a petition to calls president michelle anderson deco completely exile the police they want the police totally off of campus now somebody here says that the bathroom is horrendous you can only wash your hands and one of the six because the other two are broken by the way if you ever been a men's room i will you men have i get it i know but the ludwig's your brain runs from they're bad enough evil they're good shape i don't even want to use them that's the no exaggeration now up the cops are being up route four stuff ah campuses with this about the student once anderson to make it clear here we go we do not want the new york police department on campus in any respect even if it's just to take breaks and use the bathroom many students agree with the.

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