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"michelle harris" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"7 28 news radio 7 81 of them back here with the forecast tonight partly cloudy low in the upper forties in tomorrow. Partly sunny day, maybe a brief shower, too, and a high of 64 57 on little Here It's 7 20 top story this hour is the first face to face debate in the election contest between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. The candidates and moderator Chris Wallace are in Cleveland for tonight's 90 minute long debate, which will not have an audience or the traditional pre debate handshake. We'll have much more on the story coming up. It's 7 31, and you'll be able to hear the debate live as it happens on W. BBM and the radio dot com APP, starting at a PM new senior housing development on the south side of Chicago is winning praise from local and federal officials. The Montclair senior Residences is a seven story mixed use development at 94th and Stoney Island Avenue, and it will have a library of fitness center and a computer lab, among other things. Eighth Ward Alderman Michelle Harris says response was overwhelming. We had over 2500 people. Is that they wanted to live here. We have 134 Eunice. What does that say? With the state in the CH A helping, Joseph Galvin, regional director of the Federal Housing and Urban Development Agency, said. These are best practices. All these parties come together, we'd write multiple funding sources. We haven't experienced development team and by the way, I was asking my staff happened. You guys aren't for throughout the rest of the Midwest. Do such good work. You know, HUD will provide rental assistance for 34 of the units. Craig Del Amore News Radio 105.9 Actual Career fair is being.
"michelle harris" Discussed on Circle Round
"One spring morning in the middle of a great big forest a tiny pine tree began to grow or should I say a tiny gloomy pine tree began to grow. You say even though she was just a little sapling already. The little tree was as Glum as can be ugh. Look at me and growing all. These spiky waxing needles in these scaly prickly pinecone all the other plants trees in the forest are so much more beautiful than I am. The Pine Tree cast a long glance at the flowers. I mean look at those flowers. Those daisies for instance they have such elegant green stems such delicate wight pedals. Oh if only I could be a flower like them. Two of the daisies happened to overhear the gloomy pine entries words. So you wish you were a flower a like us yes I do. I wish I were a flower like you. You you know Donovan. Being a flower isn't really all it's cracked up to be if you could spend just a little while in our roots you know what we're talking about. The Pine Tree waved a needle branch. Oh you must have been in the sun too long this morning. Because does your talking nonsense if I were a daisy. I'd be graceful and bright and soft and pretty so so pretty. Aw but what's the use of pining away. I'll never be a daisy. Never that night along with all the other plant trees. The gloomy pine tree went to sleep but when she awoke the next morning all my something was different very different gone. Were the pine trees. spiky waxing needle's battles gone were her scaly prickly pine cones instead she had been transformed into complete with an elegant green stem and delicate white pedals. I cannot believe this is happening. I I the gloomy pine tree or should I say the delighted daisy fluttered her leaves and Bob her head never had she felt such joy such happiness but then as the spring days fly and summer. Green you're something thing happened. Her delicate white pedals began to wither and her green leaves wilted her soft head had kept drooping down and try as she might. She couldn't lift it up again alarmed. She called out to her fellow daisies daisies. What's going on here? Drooping and wilting and withering all over the place the other daisies shrugged now. You see what we you want a new about Darlan Shir way daisies bloom and look all soft and pretty but after a while we droop and will and with. That's just the way it is. I don't like the way it is. I don't WanNa be too easy anymore. More she cast a glance around the forest. Her is landed on an apple tree. You know what I want to be a fruit tree flick. That apple tree over there branches are bursting with clusters of apples. How cool is that? Oh if only I can be an apple tree. The apple tree happened to overhear her words. Okay let me get this straight. You wish you run apple tree like me. I I was a kid. Being an apple tree isn't always a walk in and the puck not that any of US plants can walk but you know what I mean the gloomy pine tree or should I say the disappointed daisy shook her droopy head. No I don't know what you mean if I were an apple tree. IBS content as can be. And I'd be so proud. Crowd the fruit bursting at my branches. Back when I was pine tree. All I have those scaly prickly pine cones. But what's the use of pining away. Never Been Apple Tree never that night. She went and to sleep but when she awoke the next morning how something was different very different no longer. Did she have a wilted Hilton Green stem and withered white pedals. Instead she had been transformed into complete with knobby Bobby Brown branches bursting with clusters of little green apples. This wish came true tree tree the gloomy pine tree or should I say the ecstatic apple tree shivered with delight. Never had she felt such joy such happiness but then as summer turned to fall and her little green apples grew into plump clump. Ripe Red Ones. Something happened something that she never ever expected. What do you think happened to? Our Pine Tree turned daisy. Turned Apple Tree We'll hear the story continues after a quick break. If you're a grownup listening right now this message is for you. Care of the insurance experts at policy genius December can be a busy month and making sure you have the right home. Insurance can be at the bottom of your list. Even if your rates have crept up over the years the experts at policy genius can how they compare your home insurance policy against policies from top insurers to make sure you're you're getting the right coverage at the best possible price. They can also affect your car insurance to find more savings whether you need home insurance for a new place or want want to reshape. Your current policy had policy genius dot com policy genius when it comes to home insurance. It's nice to get it right. Welcome back to circle round. I'm Rebecca share today. Our story is called the gloomy pine entry.
"michelle harris" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"You what happened here in Little Owego New York in August two thousand seven was almost unbelievable. Kawahara convicted of killing his wife. Michelle show who is about to be sent away for twenty five to life and suddenly it all blew up right in. Da Jerry King's face. I came into the courtroom thinking that the defendant was going to be sentenced and it ended up being more of my being on trial. Who who on earth had the power to make this happen? He did Kevin tubs. I know that she was there. Okay I know she was Kevin Tugs plainspoken rough-hewn farm worker back then was hauling Hay. And why was he so important because after six years during which tops for he barely registered the fuss over the Harris case he picked up a paper saw the story of cows conviction and and I seen that and I started like recall. You know second-line Oh my God just like that. He's suddenly newly said What he saw the morning after nine eleven the morning Michelle Harris disappear was important did was between five thirty and six in the morning? He said he was hauling a load of Hay as I was going by the Harris property there was a blonde woman out there and a young gentleman you know as early twenty s standing by a pickup truck. My lights is right on them and hardly more than ten feet away. He said he looked straight at the young man saw. He was dark haired muscular at visibly angry. He looks like dislike. What do you want and the woman she was looking down just by her face looked like she was crying upset or wasted the woman? He said he was certain of it. It was Michelle Harris was her. Was it true if Kevin tubs really did see Michelle on in the early morning hours of September twelve the prosecutor's case was in ruins because cal Harris couldn't have murdered her some seven hours before an innocent good man had just been convicted and so the judge tossed out the verdict call for another trial and sent cal home to his kids. Many including including Michelle's family thought tough story with bogus. Everybody knew is lie and I mean it was the most bizarre story that you could ever told hold then of course trial number two opened in two thousand nine. The prosecution attack tubs credibility. Why did he wait? Six years to come forward deal for the defense. It's TUBBS was pure gold. The man to create reasonable doubt. There simply isn't enough evidence to convict kill hair supporter. Bill Eastern Eastern was one of CAL's attorneys. There's not an eyewitness to an ear witness to what he didn't confess to it. None of this direct evidence is present. In this case. It's the prosecution. Argued that cow showed how unfeeling he was by failing to join the search for Michelle. That was nonsense that Mary cow simply trying to we keep altogether for his small children. There were dozens. Maybe hundreds of experts scouring.
"michelle harris" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Fifteen years four trials would it never end. I just put my head down. I went numb. I I just I went no tonight. The climactic chapter in the Family Saga One. That began in a moment. All the drowned out in the chaos of history. Are- two thousand one. The Harris kids were little seven. Six four and to the family lived in this sprawling patch of wilderness where the private private lake in the backyard. Living in paradise seem kids have still have a lot of happy memories out here you know. It's just a very very unique in a special place that we were fortunate enough to To purchase you know years and years ago unique and special place at only a prosperous first person could afford like the prominent car dealer cal Harris. He loved it out here too. He said and taught his kids to love it. You went out with the kids new hunting fishing You name it. We swim in the lake. We jet ski in Lake. We Water Ski. My kids like to bring their friends out. I really enjoy just just to be outdoors. It's a fun place. President is always fun. I can't imagine over in presents. The new things get well. I can't think of more. Ideally placed a half Christmas. And does it feel like that at the time and it was here in this patch of Paradise Sir cow that he woke up one morning in two thousand one to find that his wife. Michelle wasn't home. She'd gone to work the evening before didn't come back. Mary Harris cals and he didn't know where she was and what happened. Who Carpentry was better and honestly he didn't? It wasn't something. He seemed comfortable talking about a lot. I think it was very emotional squirm. She was gone gone without warning. Her friends distraught called her cell phone. How are Jio possible? I am worried about the jury so phone message haunting now. There is something else about as you should know the night. Michelle Harris Vanish was not just any night. Eleven thousand one things are in some some kind of disarray. They were and so nobody was paying much attention to the disturbing events here. Little A we go New York troopers have all been sent to New York City. There's a skeleton crew left at all. The Stations Moulvi was a senior investigator. The New York State Police. She took the call morning of September twelfth. Would you do I said to investigators over to talk to Calvin Harris and I sat a uniform warm trooper up to the House go. Heroes opened up his house to them. He said whatever you need. Look wherever you need to look. We have carte blanche I want this us to be solved. I want to know what happened but morning. Investigator movie do only this. She had a missing person case on her hands. And with luck it will resolve solve itself speedily as many. Do we kept hoping as everyone did that. Michelle would call her house or call one of her friends and show up cows at his Dan. Mary was completely focused on his four children had to leave it to others to search for Michelle. His thing was okay time for them to go to school. All right now. It's time for me to pick them up. I need to be sure that if this is the routine that they are that is normal for them. We're GONNA keep them in their routine but where was their mother. Here was a clue clue and it didn't look good. Michelle's van had been left at the foot of the long driveway leading up to our house out here on that country. Lock the keys. Were still in the ignition. Where was she always? Investigators video camera in hand searched the house outside those two hundred plus acres to look through that area areolas homesteaded heavily in the eighteen hundreds. So there's a lot of late up wells and old foundations and things like that now we didn't i. I am not outside but a few days later. They did entered the residents through the open garage door. Senior investigator. Steve Anderson I. I noticed Bloodstains on the floor and on the mouldings of the doorway that let out to the garage and there was more blood. Tiny stains in the kitchen. Rug they sent it out for tasks everything on the floor on the inside walls and on the carpet came back to being shelve blood and suddenly the case look very different. Then we knew we had a real problem. What in the world happened to Michelle Harris and they have what would appear to be an idyllic life home and beautiful children surprising revelations relations behind closed doors? We learned more and more key became the focus. A husband suspected daughter question. I didn't talk. I just sat there and cried the whole time..
"michelle harris" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"But I can certainly tell you what I'm seeing at the IRS. These days is not not very pleasant. An article this week January twenty ninth CBS, Mark our money watch the IRS has entered the first day of tax season that was last week. With get this five million pieces of unopened mail. Welcome back to work guys will eventually get your paycheck to you. Now. Start opening these five million pieces of mail, the lingering effects of the government shutdown that could take the agency how long to open five million pieces of of backlog nail more than a year. More than a year behind the argest an opening the mail. That's not the only backlogged at the agency faces according to this article some IRS workers quit during the shutdown said forget this. I'm gonna go work someplace else. And the agency is delaying the hiring of thousands of temporary workers which you typically does before tax season. So you can just imagine. They quoted an IRA S employees, Michelle Harris till CBS news. She expects quote, a massive catch up at this point. I think that's putting a very optimistic spin on it things are in in in quite a mess there. And here's what it means for you. Here's what it means for the typical tax filer. Okay. So far people are saying, well, look, if there's if there's nobody there to open my return, what's the rush fewer people than normal have been filing. They said the, you know, the government shutdown. Maybe I don't even know taxes. I'm certainly not going to send them a check. So people are delaying it, and that's only building up. I think this future backlog at the IRS is facing. They're expecting a surge of tax filing over the next three weeks, the shutdown is over it's it's back to business in. Oh, boy, let's let's get these returns in the mail. And I'm seeing a lot of things online. A lot of articles lot of reading that people are really concerned that you know, the sooner they want to get in front of this line. So they don't have to wait as long for their returns on the whole. Let's talk about refunds, and you if you're getting a refund you should shouldn't wait around for filing your taxes for obvious reasons. But on the whole it appears that Americans paid less in taxes last year. But that doesn't necessarily mean that individual refunds will be bigger. So think about that. We are paying less in taxes, but the refunds aren't necessarily getting bigger in size. The government accounting accountability office GAO estimated this past summer that about twenty one percent of tax payers one in five were not withholding enough from their paychecks and would end up owing at tax time up from eighteen percent if the tax cuts hadn't been passed. So that translates into about four million more Americans who will find out that they aren't getting a refund at all. In fact, they owe taxes, and that's because there have been changes in the withholding tables tax reform came along they reduced tax rates a reduced a lot of the deductability there. They you know, they increase the standard deductions and whatnot. And a lot of people said, oh, okay. Tax rates are going down. Nothing really else has changed in my life. I'm going to get a bigger refund this year, and they didn't bother. Her to check their withholding to see how much is being taken out the IRS as a matter of fact in December Warren tax payers that they may owe money, and then it followed up by dropping some of the penalties for under payments. They think this could be a serious year. So they're telling people, okay, we're gonna try to cut you a break. I mentioned that a week or two ago in my Monday morning e memo that the IRS was going to was going to cut some people a break this year. But don't be surprised if you were expecting a small to medium sized refund that you might not get it. If there's been some issue with the withholding, and you weren't withholding as much as you thought you were now is it possible is it likely that your refund is going to get delayed by all of this backlog. Interesting point in the article, if you're claiming the earned income tax credit or the child tax credit is about thirty million taxpayers, do then yes, you probably will see a delay in getting a refund, and if you're claiming those credits, you probably need that money for the last few years. The US government is held up these refunds until mid February is part of a crackdown on fraud. And that's expected to continue this year for other tax payers. The answer is less clear. So what do you do you jump on the phone you call the IRS saying, hey, what's what's holding up my refund or whatnot? It's not yet clear what the IRS has capacity is to answer questions via phone this year. Last year the IRS answered ninety five million phone calls during tax season. But the Associated Press it only about forty percent of those callers were eventually put through to a real person. So all bets are off on what tax season will look like this year with changes in the withholding changes in the tax law. And and a little bit of mild chaos at the at the very least doubt the IRS. This is a good point to remind you that if you are a Missouri. Resident got some good news for you in terms of getting tax rebates or credits. Couple that you ought to know about if you're a senior, you're disabled. There's something called the Missouri property tax credit if you sixty five years of age, and and or one hundred percent disabled, there's some income limits there you want to check on I'll give you the website. I don't want to give you the whole thing because it'll take forever to to write down. Along one but go to d o r dot MO dot gov. DO R.
"michelle harris" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The government is open again at least for the next three weeks. But it's limping this is the first weeks a week of tax season. And the IRS is going to be struggling to get returns out to some Americans on time. And a group of lawmakers is now racing to find a compromise and up against a very a deadline. That's coming up fast. He's willing to do whatever. It takes to secure the border White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, warned there will be consequences if the two sides don't cut a border deal fast is the president really prepared to shut down the government again. Then in three weeks. Yeah. I think he actually is seventeen congressional leaders. Eight Republicans nine Democrats have less than three weeks to fulfill a vague mission beef up border security funding by an unspecified amount. We really have no choice. But you build a powerful wall. The president said Friday that if congress doesn't boost funding he'll declare a national emergency or allow another partial shutdown. Many in his party still feel burned by the last one shutdowns are never good policy effort. According to us in p the shutdown has cost the US economy six billion dollars. That's more than the five point seven billion President Trump requested for the border wall at the heart of this dispute federal watchdog determined it could take the IRS at least a year to get back to normal after five million pieces of mail went unopened, it's going to be massive ketchup at this point Michelle Harris is one of thousands of IRS workers who were furloughed for thirty five days. She put off emergency dental work and car repairs and still hasn't gotten her back pay. She says some of her colleagues quit I know that it was more than people could handle in. They put in their noticed that CBS's Nancy Cortes reporting. We'll take a look at your money at the Bloomberg business does coming up WBZ news time four twenty three..
"michelle harris" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Of thousands of federal employees. He's returned to their jobs today after that thirty five days shutdown Bill Rakoff reports from Washington estimates indicate that the thirty five day partial shutdown of the federal government cost more than six billion dollars set. A minority leader Chuck Schumer in three weeks. We must pass additional appropriations to avoid another shutdown now a conference committee of house and Senate members have to come up with a border security solution to stave off another shutdown. Something acting White House chief-of-staff, Mick Mulvaney, was asking the president is still considering. Yeah, I think he actually is. Meanwhile, there's a human toll Michelle Harris of the IRS has some of her co workers have quit now that it was more than people could handle in. They put in their notice. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington and house speaker Nancy Pelosi is officially invited the president to deliver his state of the union address Tuesday night. The Trump administration turned up the heat on Venezuela's no longer recognized leader nNcholas Maduro by imposing sanctions on the country's main source of income. It's state owned oil company. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. We continue to call on all of our allies and partners to join the United States, and recognizing interim president Guido and blocking Madero from being able to access data visa funds profits from Venezuela's citgo service stations in the US will be held in a special blocked account at least three Houston. Police. Officers wounded in a gunfight with three suspects this afternoon. One suspect dead to barricaded on Wall Street, the Dow dropped two hundred eight points. Now this brought to you by the new Capital One saver card earned four percent cashback on dining and entertainment two percent at grocery stores and one percent and all other purchases. What's in your wallet? The following is made possible.
"michelle harris" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The cost of the partial government shutdown a three billion dollar hit to the economy and the budget deficit will hit eight hundred ninety seven billion this year. According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office and CBS's Nancy Cortes tells us federal watchdog determined. It could take the. IRS at least a year to get back to normal after five million pieces of mail went unopened, it's gonna be massive ketchup at this point Michelle Harris is one of thousands of IRS workers who were furloughed for thirty five days. She put off emergency dental work and car repairs and still hasn't gotten her back bay. She says some of her colleagues quit I know that it was more than people could handle in. They put in their notice. I don't blame attorney general nominee William Barr says he never discussed one of the key issues dominating the nation's capital with President Trump CBS's Steve Dorsey in Washington in written comments to questions posed by members of the Senate Judiciary committee Barr says he never discussed the substance of the special counsel's investigation with President Trump. Meanwhile, bar also pledges to enforce federal laws protecting gay lesbian and transgender people from discrimination. He also says he supports expanding marijuana research. Facebook says people who see political. Ads on the site will soon. Get more information CBS's. Jim Taylor changes including a display paid for by. Disclaimer on those ads information like the amount of money spent and who paid for the ads also available the world's largest social network facing pressure from regulators and the public after last year's revelation that improperly acquired data on millions of Americans used to target election advertising. China has touched off the legal process for the World Trade Organization to hear the country's challenge to US tariffs. The complaint looks to block them on two hundred thirty four billion dollars worth of goods Wall Street right now, the Dow is down three hundred sixty nine points, and the NASDAQ is off one fourteen..
"michelle harris" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"News update. Michelle Harris is one of hundreds of thousands of federal employees headed back to work for the first time since the third. Five old government shutdown ended, it's gonna be massive ketchup at this point Harris works at the IRS. She says some of her colleagues have quit nobody wants more than people could handle in fact, putting their notice I don't blame him. Correspondent Nancy Cortes is on Capitol Hill where lawmakers we'll get back to the business of negotiating a long term spending Bill seventeen congressional leaders eight Republicans nine Democrats have less than three weeks to fulfil a vague mission beef up border security funding by an unspecified amount CBS's Tom Foty Sunday. The president tweeted does anybody really think he will not build the wall Wall Street Journal, then published on the interview with Mr. Trump in which the president says he does not believe congressional negotiators will strike a deal over border wall funding that he could accept CBS news update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WTMJ news time seven thirty two are Aaron storm team coverage continues really check back in with Debbie Lazaga. Who of course, watches the roads. Each and every morning, never more. So than today with the heavy snow and the wind up there. And when we talked to Vince before Vince, betrayal from daybreak gun today's TM four at the traffic control center downtown Milwaukee, Debbie he was saying one of the big things, it's helping out today's in fact that the volume is so low, no big crashes. This is very true. I mean, everything that I have been hearing and seeing on the cameras have been spinouts and cars into snowbanks, very aggravating, obviously for the people who are involved with this. But at least we don't have those like thirty forty fifty car accidents that have happened in the past. So I'm thinking that volume is definitely where we're seeing you know, since everybody's staying home. Thank you very much. Things are a little bit better considering it could be much worse than at this point to Debbie there. No injury accidents. Either exactly I've not heard of any injuries involved. Just just the spin outside. Thank you. It's not just the.
"michelle harris" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Collision that killed a Cook County sheriff's deputy earlier this week may have been caused by a drunk driver. Twenty one year old Monterey Peres is charged with aggravated DUI reckless homicide. Police say she blew three times the legal limit on Breathalyzer. She was driving a cheap Monday night in the. City's mt. Greenwood neighborhood gates slammed into a car driven by thirty nine year old deputy Nick phenomenal near one hundred third and Kenzi. He was on his way to work. She's doing court later today. The Vaughn WGN President Trump says he'll make his state of the union address when the government shutdown is over. Here's official announcement came after house speaker Nancy Pelosi cancelled next week's address saying you shouldn't happen until the government is funded. Again. The Senate is expected to vote today on the president's proposal to end the shutdown. The proposal would fund government agencies affected by the shutdown through September. And would also provide funding for a border wall. There's a separate measure that will also be voted on today. Put forward by Democrats that would extend funding through February while talks continue on the border wall that President Trump wants and has promised to veto any Bill that doesn't include funding for Illinois. Congressman Russia Krishnamurthy's has house speaker Pelosi's decision to put off the state of the union address is it out of line eight. Hundred thousand workers being unpaid and just millions just not getting the services that they want. I think postponing the speech it's not canceling it. But postponing it for another time when the governments actually open and doing its job. It seems appropriate personal more thing is a democrat was a guest on WGN yesterday chug alderman, Ed Burke, still denying any wrongdoing. Despite news that he was secretly recorded by fellow alderman, Danny Sali's following his first city council meeting yesterday since being charged with attempted extortion Burke, told reporters he's done nothing wrong and anything that's so lease recorded isn't going to make a difference. The sun times reported yesterday that Sali's was working with the FBI and secretly recorded conversations with Burke for the last two years burqas also vowed to win reelection next month. There's been plenty of reaction to the cities news among fellow council. Members alderman Michelle Harris is among those who say they feel betrayed by Sali's..
"michelle harris" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"And Cisco the music will get underway in just about half an hour, the national guard band in the midwest and the air force band, and the national guard band will combine to serenade the people as they are coming in. And they are really filling in. I just spoke with alderman Michelle Harris from the Chicago city council who says she is just excited to be here. Others around her seemed also to be feeling exactly that way. The. Bank of Springfield convention center. Here is starting to fill up. Well, fill up and there is an air of excitement. The ceremony itself will start in about an hour. And we are told that the governor will take his oath of office with his hand on the bible and underneath that an heirloom book that his father wrote, then the other constitutional offices will be sworn in. We'll have remarks and then tonight there will be a big gala out at the state fair grounds. And that is a big party that everyone seemed to be looking for forward to hear live in Springfield, Craig Delamore, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Chicago police now say Paul student was the victim of a crime last week just not kidnapping and now three people have been charged. Police. I reported a nineteen year old Paul student was kidnapped from the Lincoln park neighborhood and take into it and abandoned home on the west side where he was. Robbed. Now police say the student had intentionally gone to the building of the forty two hundred block of west Wilcox to medium woman. Eighteen year old Tariqa, Gilmore belief say that when he got there Gilmore in two men robbed the student. His property was recovered three days later when police found it and the suspects in an apartment on Wilcox. They've been charged burning foia NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Suburban bus service pace is looking to add more express routes. The agency says its overall ridership was down by about three percent. Last year express routes are doing well along I fifty five and I ninety the agency says it would like to launch service on the tri-state and on I three fifty five to ninety and I fifty seven you can sign up for regular news updates and breaking news alerts on our website WBZ, NewsRadio dot com. That's WBZ. Newsradio dot com. WBZ news time, Tanno aid,.
"michelle harris" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Animal angels. I'm Michelle Harris. And I'm Alexandra Paul, and we're so happy today to talk about our favorite thing. That's so parade. Like, isn't it saying it together the team together for a long time? We just did it naturally. We didn't even plan that. And we wanted to start out today by talking about something that we both believe in. And we both do frequently which is fostering, and Alexandra you foster all the time as you I and it's so important because it really helps get animals adopted and also cuts down the shelter population. But I think fostering, really good for people who may not know the pet is right for their family. Don't you agree? Yeah. I especially if you're introducing a new animal to a household, and there are other animals. It's I think it's really smart and to do it. And let me ask you this. I fostered Beagles. And I knew I was foster. Offering and I wasn't going to be adopting. But how long do people generally foster, I fostered from months each every time, I fostered it's been for a longer period of time then a month. It's really depends on the need of the shelter shelter. And I know with beagle. Freedom project, which you're talking about now called rescue and out seat. Now called wrestling freedom that they have homes waiting for them. Yeah. You're helping what are the big things about fostering, you're helping to socialize socializes animals too many times like if they've been in a shelter environment. You don't know where they've come from working with him on training. You're working with them. I'm getting used to being part of a family. And again, if you are looking to top, but you're not quite sure if it's a good fit for your family. That's another way you can foster to possibly adopt. But one of the things, I'm horrible. And fostering, right? I am bad.
"michelle harris" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Breaking news. I I this is w SP twenty four hour continuing news Gwinnett. Police are searching for three suspects in a violent armed robbery of a Norcross pharmacy. Surveillance video captured the violent encounter between the three male suspects in the female pharmacists in the van pharmacy on Jimmy Carter boulevard. They tried to open up the safe that was behind the counter, but they were unsuccessful. So they dragged the woman over to the safe and made her open to say that police crop. Michelle Harris says the entire time of gun was being held to the victim's head. They fled in a newer model. Black Ford, Taurus. Two thousand dollar reward is being offered by crime stoppers in the case in Gwinnett county. Sandra parrish. WSB more problems on the horizon for Facebook. The social media giant now facing legal actions over allegations. It did not protect user information during the twenty sixteen presidential campaign. According to the report Facebook offered Microsoft's being the ability to look at Facebook users friends without their consent, even allegedly offering companies like Netflix and Spotify the access to read write and delete users. Private messages seeming to contradict Mark zuckerberg's assurances from April. Facebook tells us that none of these partnerships or features gave companies access to information without people's permission. ABC's gut member reporting that the findings were all part of a New York Times article. Now, ebony Scrooge this guy is not the owner of a family run business in Michigan is giving his employees get this one heck of a Christmas bonus this year Lee..
The Science Of Being Transgender
"Know? One. What makes us the gender that we are. While science doesn't know for Shaw, we do know that a lot of this is now Janes and the best evidence. We have tells us that this is not a choice, you are the gender. And sometimes it doesn't match you genitals to if a kid says they're transgender. What should you do? Well, let you explore who they are. If they want the hair or let it grow out, that's fine. And if they're about to puberty, so the adult about puberty blockers and three if you decide to change you body with homeowners and surgery will you regret it the best evidence? We have says that very few people regret getting surgery or taking homes. There is one big risk though. And that's t Phillipi particularly for canes who go straight from puberty blockers to home owns. Still though while they might be some risks with changing body with home owns scalpels 's something much scarier is looming over transgender, folks. And that's suicide a survey of molten thirty thousand transpeople found that forty percent had attempted suicide in their lifetime. That's way, high than the general population. It's nine times higher. He's cocoa. Maya the transgender population has the highest rate of suicide attempts of in the demographic in the United States. And what we're learning. Now is that being transgender in itself doesn't seem to be bad for your mental health? Tens out what is bad via mental health is the way trans people are often treated, they get bullied kicked out of their home and attacked and the science is telling us that this mistreatment. That's the biggest problem for transgender. People. It's not homeowners or surgery. Not surprisingly when people don't get treated like garbage and makes a big difference. I think the best thing about transition was having my family and friends support me all the way through it. And having my priest from the small town, Texas, write me a letter about how brave I was and say, I was always welcome in church. Yes. Hormones are important and awesome. But in terms of like why I'm doing so? Well, and so happy is because of all the sources of support that I got. That science Fasces. Hello. I Delhi Ruben high wind high Maryland, Hello. How many citations episode is over one hundred and thirty citations a hundred and fifty and Delhi. If people wanna read way, could they citations they can find them on our website. They can find a full linked to the script yet. I really recommend. If you do have any questions you want to know more about any of the topics. We've mentioned to the script check out the citations. Thanks, guys. This episode was produced by Adelie, Aruban and Merrill, Hawn along with me. Wendy's come in and rose rimless. I'll senior producer is Caitlin story. Edited by Blythe, Terrell editorial assistant by Rebecca cling. And by the way, if you wanna Hugh more about these topic you've got to listen through bekker's podcast. It's called the Trans-Pacific Partnership podcast Trans-Pacific Partnership podcast. It's great will link shooting in the show nights. You've really gonna listen fact checking is done by Michelle, Harris, Merrill, hone and rose rim. Mix and sound design by 'em among music written by 'em among and Bobby Lord. Thanks to all of the research is we got in touch with for this episode, including Dr Jack Tobin professor and faster stilling assistant professors cement the Busa associate professor, Susan Straka. Dr Katrina cock as this professor Neil episode in Poland, Nara, professor, Michelle foresees, and professor Joan garden, and thank you to all the transports who shed this store. With us. We really really appreciate it. Plus, thanks to come and family and Joseph Lebel Wilson next week is the final episode of the season following a cold case. A man has been found dead with a stolen identity. The police don't know what to do can science save the day. I'm wendy's. In fact, you next week. Hey, Wendy hia. And you're about to how special post show extraordinary on the Mike series web producing in partnership with Cole Haan Cole Haan is the brand that champions extrordinary people who passionate about the Korea's. So recently, I met up with few of my extraordinary colleagues to talk about how passions let us to where we on now hosting podcasts in the studio. We have Eric Eddings co host the not what's up and host of startup. Lisa chow. Hello. I was especially curious about leases career pot. So I asked her a question that ended up being kind of revealing. Lisa. What would you tell you'll youngest south when you starting out your career? What are you tell my younger self? You know, it's funny because when I saw when I became a journalist I feel like I went in with my eyes wide open because I graduated and I was an applied. Math major and I had really investigated all different types of jobs to go into. I actually did forty informational interviews. Yeah. With different alumni from my college from accounting to investment banking consulting, the UN working at the State Department being a teacher just a whole range of careers. And then the journalists like connected most to. Yeah. I really liked the journalist I talked to. And then one guy was just, you know, hey, you know, I can call an editor that I worked with twenty years ago to see if you would be willing to offer you a job and he did that. And then I went up to New Hampshire. The job was at a small newspaper New Hampshire, and I never written an article basically for my college newspaper or anything like that. And I went up in interviewed with him. And he gave me the job. Yeah. What was the fest article you wrote full them? Oh, jeez. It was probably about some board meeting because I was covering six towns in New Hampshire and Maine, and the I think I probably went to a meeting and covered a traffic light. So you a debate on whether we should put a traffic light at this intersection. And it was a community that had very few traffic lights. So it was incredibly contentious. I mean, what are you thinking at that point? Yeah. No. It was crazy. I loved it. I don't know. It's just like the small gears in public discourse. It was fascinating to me. It was it was very strange. I mean, I was probably was the only Asian within a thirty mile radius. But yeah, I loved it. I loved it. It was crazy. I was just felt like I was in a foreign land. But I was just in Hampshire. So what would you tell your youngest self than I think, I would just say enjoys a ride. It's exciting. Fun. And you're gonna learn a ton. That's the thing as journalists. It's like you learn so much. It's like you have the luxury to ask any question. You want of anyone? That's crazy. It's amazing. Eric has happened to you. Somewhat at you like, wow, I get us this question. Yes. We had lavar Burton on the show, and he told us he was proud of us, and like that was probably one of best career moments of my life. And I don't know lavar Burton that will you know. I mean, I like to think we know each other now. Clearly. But to be in a situation where I get to talk to someone who I have lived up to into have that person. Not only appreciate that interaction. But also say that they're proud of your work was mind blowing. It's kind of extrordinary way, you'll passions can lead you to you more about compensation produced in partnership with called Han. Go to extraordinary on the Mike dot com. And don't forget to check out Lisa and Eric's extraordinary shows Stott up and the naught you can also finally send me on season one of this poster. That's right mole once again at extraordinary on the Mike dot com. 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"michelle harris" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Windy city from September second to the night come support American tennis athletes at the oracle challenger. Series it's a combined men's and women's tennis tournament held at. The excess tennis village in Washington park watched these incredible up and coming athletes before they become superstars. This, ornament. Is free, and open to the public to learn more visit oracle challenger series dot com News time twelve eleven governor Rauner was busy yesterday vetoing some legislation. Passed by the general assembly the governor's office says, he turned down a Bill which would have expanded the, Eleanor public labor Relations Act mandate of local governments collectively bargain with any paramedics they employ saying that Bill would operate as an. Unfunded state mandate, governor, also vetoed house. Bill which would mandate for creation of. An emotional intelligence and social and emotional learning task force he also vetoed. A Bill which restricts, the ability for a property owner to disconnect from a. Municipality a boy was found shot to death last night a Li west Englewood neighborhood officers responded. To a shot spider detection about six PM in the seventy. Three hundred block of south Clermont found the seventeen year old with multiple gunshot wounds he was pronounced Dead at the seen his identity has not been released Chicago south side will, soon be home to a brand new indoor track the first of its kind in the. City the twenty eight million dollar facility will feature Ramal de level six lane track sprint lanes as. Well as long and high jump spaces. Eighth ward, alderman Michelle Harris was there for the groundbreaking yesterday for, the new venue on the seven hundred block of east one hundred third street in the Pullman neighborhood young dancers performed.
"michelle harris" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Four, o'clock hour hey mce who's in, the news again Herve Don shooter all when you say the Perv I know it's Don shooter, nine, women saying yes this guy. Was totally. Inappropriate he's disgusting so the legislature, here in Arizona they gave. Him the boot did he's running again for the same seat and now he's put up a billboard that everybody's talking about Don shooter. Is new build, it should say I'm. Don shooter pervert that's what. It should say You know it's not, going to okay hey who's the the other dope who's running who likes to go one hundred, and, forty miles an hour oh. That'd be. Paul Moseley Moseley I'm Paul Moseley, I speed and laugh at. Police that's that's the billboard should Don shooters new billboard just outside of you my is attracting some attention and not just for the. Spelling error amidst, apostrophe liberals it's the. Bad spell liberals the dope I didn't know that was part of. It phrase. Make a liberals head. Explode it's become a. Bit of a social media fat. Used, by conservatives okay so okay now this is in Yuma so am I am i. insulting Huma, when I, say listen and go, ahead. Okay, this'll work in Yuma wouldn't? Work here? Is it working Yuma I bet you there are people that. Think, you know what. Don shooter got a bum rap in Yuma and he could. Win I don't I don't buy that I don't buy that they think. He got a bum I I think I think that the people who like Don. Shooter disliked that he's got, an are Maybe but. He but he could win based on. That are because of. The message of liberals head explode you know we got to get. Rid of the liberals. They're the bad people. Don't no matter what I do I don't worry about what I do I you know. I'm gonna fight liberals. Make. A liberals, head explode vote shooter so it's got a little, bit of everything he uses his. Last name shooter and head explode so shooter bullet, through the head you could. Take it that way imagery of the sure that's not what's necessarily. On. The billboard, it's it just reads make, liberals spelled incorrectly won an idiot makes make a liberals, head explode vote shooter. Here's, what he said on, an interview couple. Of weeks ago I? Was guilty of annoying some people and anybody, who knows you we'll tell you that that's certainly a possibility so he just he. Doesn't think. That he did anything. Wrong fending women or. Uses line he hams it up. Yeah, I mean it's not even that he's a little bit contrite not at all liberals offend me Every. Day every, day when they open their mouth I'm offended but, I don't get crazy about it But you do believe in. Harassing people when I guess I guess because, you can, right because it's not wrong to harass somebody you're. Fighting for the little guy because they're you know th they. Need you in the in the house they need you. In the state legislature to fight the liberal he's got to, beat other Republicans to get. To November so keep that in mind, if he. Does get to November he'll, obviously face, a democrat one of them. Could. Be, this woman Michelle Harris she talks about the billboard somewhat surprised but then also not, surprised okay, well she's gotta make her mind up No no she makes, a good point why surprised. Why would you come out with this, but I'm. Not surprised because it's Don, shooter he's, not sorry Don shooter billboard. Make. A, liberals head explode vote shooter yeah.
"michelle harris" Discussed on Science Vs
"And what happened to map out scottish co workout like what did he do after eight years of stressing and trying pri peace shah and eating broccoli he finally found something that worked for him the best answer for me turned out to be the most simple answer which is basically just call of your head off yeah and now matt is rocking the crime done is completely boats like one of those rare exhort carts that science versus balding this episode has been produced by kaitlan soaring me and when you look amend and rose from loan with help from heather rogers and tricky ravindra n where edited by plight terrell extra editing help from eric mental mixed by mountain proutah and haley film music written by bobby lord also a big thanks to ingrid zuckerman garrick crowe and matt nelson thank you so much for sharing a story matt fact checking by michelle harris and rose remove next week with tackling the putty drug mdma and we just were reactors cups jury in a review at warminster since her boeblingen oil so we ended up with a white powder kerr white power i'm wendy zuckerman after next time thanks rasa bugs us euro and euro says they can blanket every room of your home in super fast and reliable wifi to learn more about euro and get free overnight shipping to the us and canada visit era dot com that's d e r dot com at checkout select overnight shipping then enter promo code science to make it free thank strassmann says sundance now and their exclusive series back you can find back on sundance now very 30day free trial visit sundance now dot com and use the promo code signs that sundance now dot com with the prime occurred signs.
"michelle harris" Discussed on WGN Radio
"By team hyper get perl mortgage just search t r a f f i x chicago mary van about the began traffic central the terror threat has been lowered from its highest level in the uk after friday's subway attack in london abc's tom rivers is they're down from critical to severe home secretary amber road the assessment is made by an independent organization and they have clearly decided that sufficient progress has been made to have that confidence isis has claimed responsibility but british officials say there is no proof yet that it was involved tom rivers abc news london hurricane jose and it's ninety mile an hour winds of sport tropical storm watches reports of the us east coast but it's another storm that has several caribbean islands in the crosshairs richard pasch is a senior hurricane specialist at the national hurricane center in miami he says hurricane maria could retreats hurricane erbas path of destruction very significant trick to use a possibility here we could see a dangerous measure hurricane them couldn't the northeast crude syria literature no quote origin islands in puerto rico jeanmarie is moving towards the leeward islands in the eastern caribbean with sustained winds of up to ninety miles an hour chicago police are looking for his suspect fired shots outside a south side church sunday two people were injured eight ward alderman michelle harris speaking to channel outside the church says police believe it was gangrelated from daddy region now the anawar than telling us we gallo more work to do a 17yearold was shot in the leg of 24yearold suffered a graze wounded the back of the head it happened just before two in the afternoon near 90 second in south cottage grove family and friends of a missing chinese color gathered sunday on campus of the university of illinois champagne or banner a remembering yang ying zhang spent been one hundred days since she was last seen in surveillance video getting into a car the police say is owned by brent christensen he's charged in her disappearance the fbi says they believe jiang is dead and no body has been found 95 chicago police officers were added to puts role over the weekend mayor emanuel made the announcement sunday at an event in the city's inglewood neighborhood these additional officers are part as i said of israel overall comprehensive strategy make use your more police are on the street kids guns and gangs are off.