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"michelle harris" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:41 min | 5 d ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And on smart devices worldwide Our next RVD group station 38° at two o'clock good morning I'm James Sears A productive first day at the Jussie Smollett trial and tensions are high in Chicago's ward redrawing WGN traffic looking at our expressways and tollways 1980 accidents out there just watch out for road construction Japan's confirming today its first case of the new amaran coronavirus variants in a visitor who recently arrived from Namibia the man in his 30s tested positive upon arrival at an airport Sunday and was isolated and is currently being treated at a hospital Japan announced yesterday that it will ban all foreign visitors beginning today as an emergency precaution against that new variant In Illinois state health officials report more than 4500 newly confirmed COVID cases yesterday along with 8 new debts The positivity rate is now 4.1% nearly 72% of state residents over the age of 12 are fully vaccinated and there are more than 2200 people hospitalized in Illinois with COVID related illness That's a 1000 more than a month ago but a third from the worst days of the pandemic last November Former empire actor Jesse Smollett's trial has begun in Chicago He faces 6 felony charges of filing a false police report WGN's Dana rebic has more A very long day in court that dragged into the evening 12 jurors have now been selected with two alternates We heard opening statements from both sides The prosecution saying that testimony from key witnesses will prove that Jussie Smollett staged a hate crime against himself while his attorney says this was a real attack and that he is a real victim The judge expects the trial to last about a week Republican representative Rodney Davis says he's not running for governor next year and will announce his plan to seek a 6th term in Congress Earlier Davis said the redrawing of the state's congressional districts would decide his future the new map favors his reelection likelihood since he's in a new and heavily Republican central Illinois district Behind closed doors influential Chicago aldermen are deadlocked over new ward map boundaries The city councils Latino caucus wants two more wards with a Latino population increase but the black caucus doesn't want to give up more than one seat The rules committee met yesterday alderman Gilbert villegas slammed the map making process They're Matt rose been sitting there All you had to do and all the meetings we beg you on the public meeting where we were doing the hearings to come in and be a part of the process And that was a mere lightfoot's floor leader Michelle Harris pushing back against villegas Here's what he said Here we are two days before this body is going to take action on it And we that are being asked to try to support this haven't even seen the full map yet Harris says all the aldermen and the public will see the map soon The Chicago auto show will be held that it's traditional time in February after moving to the pass of July July because of the pandemic more interactive activities are coming back for next year as well The show starts February 12th through the 21st tickets are now on sale The Chicago auto show is the longest running auto show in North America Notre-Dame football coach Brian Kelly is reportedly leaving South Bend to become the new head coach at LSU Kelly spend the coach at Notre-Dame for 12 seasons the Irish are 11 and won this season in our 6th and the AP poll Kelly's had 7 ten win seasons since taking over in 2010 No comments yet from Kelly or Notre-Dame WGN sports the Blackhawks visit Washington Thursday the pregame with Joe brand at 5 30 the face off at 6 with John whiteman on 7 20 WGN and W Chan radio dot com The bulls beat Charlotte last night a 133 to a 119 in college.

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"michelle harris" Discussed on The Argument

The Argument

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on The Argument

"Amend actually just some straight up fiction. Nothing to have been into a fantasy series. It's called silk. Punks very inflicted by ken. Liu call the dandelions dynasty. I'm ken lose super interesting. He's won a bunch of awards for for short fiction. He's the translator of two of the three body problem series books but these books are just really cool. If you're if you're into a good story that is both highly about science. And god's but also just about how governance would work in a somewhat feudal society and how revolution would work. I loved it. The first one is called the grace of kings the second one is also great and the third one has just come out but you should begin with of kings and the whole series called the dandelions dynasty by ken lou. Well jane karen thank you. All so much was a lot of fun. Thank you thank you. Thanks so much to karen. As chatting with me you can subscribe to their shows sway and the client show and your favorite listening and next week. I'll be back with an argument. You won't want to miss. This episode was produced by phoebe. Let and galvan and rosia karma. It was edited by stephanie. Joyce allison and naima raza engineering music and sound designed by jones and sanga herrera. Fact checking by cates and clara michelle harris and kristen. Len audience strategy by shannon specials. extra. Mak dong daphne. Chen and blakeney schick..

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"michelle harris" Discussed on Overheard at National Geographic

Overheard at National Geographic

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on Overheard at National Geographic

"Overheard at national geographic is produced by. Laura sim braga has a lotta strauss archie thompson. In jacob pinter our senior editor is eli chin. This episode was also edited by bob. Maleski our executive producer of audio's davar arlen to also produce this episode. Michelle harris fact check has episode on steel. Sue composed theme music and engineers are episodes. The national geographic society committed to eliminating in protecting the wonder of our world funds the work of national geographic explorer and morales. This podcast is a production of national geographic partners. Whitney johnson is the director visuals immersive experiences. Susan goldberg is national geographic's editorial director. And i'm your host peter gwen. Thanks for listening. See next on. We've all been dreaming of traveling and have long lists of places to visit an with the city advantage. Platinum select card adventure is always within reach. You'll earn american airlines advantage miles on every purchase and two times miles at restaurants including takeout in two times miles at gas stations. Plus here's a bonus offer that will really get you moving for a limited time apply for the city advantage platinum select card and you can earn fifty thousand advantage bonus miles after qualifying purchases had to city dot com slash adventure to learn more..

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"michelle harris" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

01:43 min | 5 months ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on This American Life

"Today from christopher's shuttle and michelle harris editing. Up today from joel level music. Help today from damian grave special thanks data at least jarvis. Dwi box gregor ehrlich. Cac clark at hacker sterling kind rubber crow witch and all the people that jonathan. Sean talk to the time travel story. Thanks especially to the isa's times plaza neighborhoods senior center for letting us record there our website this american life dot org. This american life is delivered to public radio stations by pr x the public. Radio exchange programs. Co-founder turn out to know. At a day. I walked into his office and caught him licking licking an old vinyl copy of peter. Frampton frampton comes alive. I was like tori. what are you doing. It tastes like.

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"michelle harris" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:23 min | 11 months ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"But initially to bring them back. Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine. I'm fine with Michelle Harris. You can flip that order obviously and no particular order but in a particular order if you'd like Harris Michelle Burke JJ Taylor, you know see that competition between Taylor and Burkhead I'd be fine. If you rolled into a season with those four guys. I think that's a good position group. The one question of course is injury. Harris has been injured Burkett has been injured Sony. Michelle has been injured. So, those guys stay healthy if they stay healthy. I think you're in really good shape. That's one of the only positions on this roster that I feel pretty good about is running back. Okay? Here's a big one Cam Newton. Yay or nay dead. Only if say there's a first-round draft pick and you can doesn't have anybody else and it's really cheap again and they're looking for sort of a veteran presence wage to you know, possibly help the young kid. That's the only scenario that I'm open to Amon a I think you could find that position that you're talking about with other guys magic. That'll be yeah if it's magic if I think Fitzpatrick might end up getting a good contract to start somewhere. I would not be surprised if a team actually tries to bring it here if you look at hello boy, if you look at how things match up but yeah, I think you could find that, you know veteran Mentor like Alex Smith, you could find Alex Smith and say hey, we'll pay you if he's going to come back. We'll pay you a couple of million bucks to be that mentor and a guy that I think could run the Patriots offense passing along better than candid. So I'm on cam I love what he brought great leader. We talked about him a lot last week all respect to that guy, but I think it's time. He goes somewhere else and maybe try to find a better fit. Damiere Byrd dead. Yay, or nay, I think yeah, I think he look he came in here and it was a different type of Patriots offense, but I thought he acclimated himself well, and actually, you know for a month free agent receiver coming in here. He's done a lot better than most and so I would like to see him with a real quarterback and and see if his speed gets Unleashed a little bit more. But yeah, I'm open to it. I could hear somebody in my head right now many people probably listening to this podcast, but but Daddy dropped a pass but. Just see the drop and he had yeah, he did have the drop on the trick play. It was a faith will drop it hit him right in the face in the flute, but I actually agree with you. I'm a bird. He's an upgrade on Phillip Dorsett and some people might say oh that doesn't much but if you give him a good quarterback, I think he's the perfect 3/4 receiver in a system and he has proven to be able to get open. I agree with you about his speed his speed plays better than Dorsett on the field. I do think you can find him a job. Usually downfield with a chunk play. So I'm all in on damiere Byrd is like the fourth guy here. I am I think he's good wide receiver depth and can make some things happen with a decent quarterback throwing.

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"michelle harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Believe being out. And he's screaming. Call 911 Call 911. Her son was pronounced dead at the hospital. Her husband, Mark, shot three times has undergone multiple surgeries since then, and is on the mend A very slow mend. The shooter, later, identified as 72 year old Roy Dan Hollander was found after he committed suicide. A self proclaimed anti feminist he'd appeared once before Judge Salis months earlier, and she had postpone ruling on his case at the request of the government. He was angry with me for being a woman who was angry for me being Latina. The FBI later found in Hollander's car, a list of other potential targets, including three female judges. Four federal judges have been killed since 1979 and the number of threats is now skyrocketing, according to the U. S Marshal Service, which reported nearly 4500 threats and what it calls inappropriate communications last year. The attack on this. Alice home has, however, triggered a whole new response from Congress and the federal judiciary. Two days after the attack, New Jersey's two U. S. Senators introduced legislation That would shield from disclosure online and elsewhere. The personally identifiable information of federal judges and their immediate families from home addresses and phone numbers, too. Photos of their homes and cars. The bill has important bipartisan support and federal judges air hoping Congress will vote on the legislation before it adjourns at the end of the year. Judges are not allowed to lobby for a particular legislation, but solace is speaking out about the need for increased security. The man who killed her son and so terribly wounded. Her husband had a complete dossier on her. He even knew where she went to church. And he'd mapped out her different routes to work. There are so oh, many things that can be done that aren't being done. This is a matter of life or death. Salis. His son, Daniel was her only child. Before he was born. She had three miscarriages. We referred to Danny as our karma, baby. And said that he was all our Children rolled. In one She's held under her religious faith to get her through this time, she says, And being able to forgive his killer is part of that. Her husband was able to forgive when he was still in the ICU. It took her longer, but since the day we both for gave this man we feel lighter. You know we feel lighter. Nina Totenberg. NPR NEWS Washington And this is NPR news. Nearly 240 inmates are sick with the Corona virus inside a New Jersey prison in one of the worst outbreaks in the federal prison system, lawyers with the A C L U have called Fort Dix a covert 19 death trap. Now U. S. Lawmakers are demanding answers from the Bureau of Prisons about how they're keeping people safe. W My CI's Caron reports a few weeks ago in the middle of the night, a prisoner at Fort Dix says he woke up gasping for air hyperventilating the sweetness stuff. The 35 year old begged a corrections officer for Hope. You gotta get in here. I can't breathe. He says The officer told him to tough it out. The prisoner didn't want me to use his name. He says he's worried about retaliation from prison guards. But the New York native says he tested positive for the coronavirus. He lost the sense of taste and smell and his strength. He was moved to an isolation unit with other covert positive men, where he says it was freezing cold. Since then, the only medical care he's received is a mandatory temperature check where everyone is forced to line up and wait. These guys are Sikhs indeed stand on the line in the cold unit. But our inmates and their family members described an alarming lack of medical care for covert 19 patients at Fort Dix. Prisoners banging on their doors for hours to get medical attention, others receiving on Lee Tylenol for their symptoms and rarely seeing a doctor or nurse And they said the federal Bureau of Prisons the B O P, failed to protect them from a rapidly spreading virus. I feel helpless. I feel totally helpless. I mean, my son calls me and says Mom just give up on me, he said, because I don't think I've ever coming home. Karen Casper's 35 year old son, Chris, also tested positive. He already suffers from bronchitis and has been coughing up blood in a unit he says is infested with gnats. I mean, he doesn't even call his Children anymore. It breaks my heart. Fort IX is a sprawling compound in Burlington County, about 30 miles from Philadelphia. It was once used for military training, and it's dormitory style barracks. How's about 2700 low security prisoners with about 300 men in each building? B O P says inmates who tests positive are placed in medical isolation and their area is thoroughly cleaned. The agency says Prisoners with acute medical needs are transferred to a local hospital and that they provide appropriate treatment to all its inmates in line with CDC guidelines. Family members and prisoners who spoke to W N Y. C say that's not happening. You're do only thing. Make sure the girls involved. That's the 35 year old prisoner again. His girlfriend corroborated his story and says he served 10 years on drug charges. She says he has just a few years left on his sentence, but doesn't want to say how many so he can surprise this family when he's finally released. Now, he says he's worried about making it out alive to survive, He says a sick inmates have created a makeshift system of care. Might need Vicks on my hands shake. Might have Motrin in my sergeant of the Guard, motion, or hey, can't you know he's 58 years old? He had to like something, so we'll help this whole man on top is better. You know, this guy would walk him to the shower, so we just basically border and help each other out. Get through it. Michelle Harris says her 40 year old husband out also tested positive last month, court records show. Almost every one of the 230 prisoners in his building is sick. Harris says the prison finally took her husband, who was obese and has diabetes to see a doctor 10 days after he asked for one. Yes, they are prisoners. Yes, they have committed crimes, but they're not sentence with death sentence. Severe outbreaks have ravaged other facilities throughout the federal prison system, like the Elks in prison in Ohio, where nearly 300 inmates were subsequently transferred to Fort Dix. Some of the Ohio inmates tested positive for covert. And while the B O P says they were quarantined, family members think the transfers caused cases at Fort Dix to spike again last month. Others point to staff who are not tested by the prison and the resumption of visits in the early fall and know that the pandemic is getting worse out here, so I can imagine how it was going to circulate get worse in there. Testimonies collected by prisoner advocates. Inmates said they were left for hours in their rooms with others even after they tested positive. Another prisoner who didn't want us using his name, says he tested negative but was living with other people who were sick. He says. Pretty much everything at the prison has stopped even the cleaning. We're doing laundry by hand. There's nobody cleaning the bathrooms. There's nobody cleaning the toilets. They're shooting by the hip, and they're praying that nobody dies. Lawyers are working to convince the courts to reduce sentences for the most vulnerable and other families are pleading with the B O. P to grant their loved ones home confinement. But most of the prisoners at Fort Dix are likely to write out the second wave behind bars. They're just hoping they make it through Karen E. W. N. Y C news. W N. Y C supporters include Netflix, presenting Bank directed by David Fincher and starring Gary Oldman as screenwriter Herman J. Mankowitz racing to finish the screenplay of Citizen Kane for Orson Welles. Now in select theaters,.

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"michelle harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On W on my C I'm David first. Nearly 240 inmates are sick with the Corona virus inside a New Jersey prison and one of the worst outbreaks in the federal prison system. Lawyers with the A C L U have called Fort Dix a covert 19 death trap. And now U. S. Lawmakers are demanding answers from the Bureau of Prisons about how they're keeping people safe. Everyone my sees Cameron, he reports. A few weeks ago, in the middle of the night, a prisoner at Fort Dix says he woke up gasping for air hyperventilating the sweetness stuff. The 35 year old begged a corrections officer for Hope. You gotta get me out. I can't breathe. He says the officer told him to tough it out. The prisoner didn't want me to use his name. He says he's worried about retaliation from prison guards. But the New York native says he tested positive for the coronavirus. He lost his sense of taste and smell and his strength. He was moved to an isolation unit with other covert positive men, where he says it was freezing cold. Since then, the only medical care he's received is a mandatory temperature check where everyone is forced to line up and wait. These guys they're sick, indeed wants to stand on the line in the cold unit. But our inmates and their family members described an alarming lack of medical care for covert 19 patients at Fort Dix. Prisoners banging on their doors for hours to get medical attention, others receiving on Lee Tylenol for their symptoms and rarely seeing a doctor or nurse And they said the federal Bureau of Prisons the B O P, failed to protect them from a rapidly spreading virus. I feel helpless. I feel totally helpless. I mean, my son calls me and says Mom just give up on me, he said, because I don't think I've ever coming home. Karen Casper's 35 year old son, Chris, also tested positive. He already suffers from bronchitis and has been coughing up blood in a unit he says is infested with gnats. I mean, he doesn't even call his Children anymore. It breaks my heart. Fort IX is a sprawling compound in Burlington County, about 30 miles from Philadelphia. It was once used for military training, and it's dormitory style barracks. How's about 2700 low security prisoners with about 300 men in each building? B O P says inmates who tests positive are placed in medical isolation and their area is thoroughly cleaned. The agency says Prisoners with acute medical needs are transferred to a local hospital and that they provide appropriate treatment to all its inmates in line with CDC guidelines. Family members and prisoners who spoke to W. N Y. C say that's not happening. You do only thing, make sure the girls involved. That's the 35 year old prisoner again. His girlfriend corroborated his story and says he served 10 years on drug charges. She says he has just a few years left on his sentence, but doesn't want to say how many so he can surprise this family when he's finally released. Now, he says he's worried about making it out alive to survive, He says a sick inmates have created a makeshift system of care. Might need six on my hands ache. Might have Motrin in my sergeant of the Guard motion, or can't you know this city eight years old? He had to like something, so we'll help this whole man up on top. There is better. You know, this guy would walk him to the shower, so we just basically border and help each other out. Get through it. Michelle Harris says her 40 year old husband out also tested positive last month, court records show. Almost every one of the 230 prisoners in his building is sick. Harris says the prison finally took her husband, who was obese and has diabetes. To see a doctor 10 days after he asked for one. Yes, they are prisoners. Yes, they have committed crimes, but they're not sentence with death sentence. Severe outbreaks have ravaged other facilities throughout the federal prison system, like the Elks in prison in Ohio were nearly 300 inmates were subsequently transferred to Fort Dix. Some of the Ohio inmates tested positive for covert. And while the B O P says they were quarantined, family members think the transfers caused cases at Fort Dix to spike again last month. Others point to staff who are not tested by the prison and the resumption of visits in the early fall and know that the pandemic is getting worse out here, so I can imagine how it was going to circulate get worse in there. Testimonies collected by prisoner advocates. Inmates said they were left for hours in their rooms with others even after they tested positive. Another prisoner who didn't want us using his name, says he tested negative but was living with other people who were sick. He says. Pretty much everything at the prison has stopped even the cleaning. We're doing laundry by hand. There's nobody cleaning the bathrooms. There's nobody cleaning the toilets. They're shooting by the hip in there, praying that nobody dies. Lawyers are working to convince the courts to reduce sentences for the most vulnerable and other families are pleading with the B O P to grant their loved ones home confinement. But most of the prisoners at Fort Dix are likely to write out the second wave behind bars. We're just hoping they make it through. Carrying me. W N Y C news. Thanks W N Y C supporters include Columbia University, offering an opportunity for high school students to learn from Columbia faculty this spring application deadline. December 14th More Info at pre college done. SPS dot Columbia dot e d u slash high school. The New York Philharmonic.

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"michelle harris" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast

Intermountain PI Podcast

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast

"Tried to do a fiber match between the loading living in the glue. Unfortunately the company that that meant that we believe manufactured the clothing provided to the staff at the restaurant at times no longer in business the DNA results On all of the stuff was inconclusive and was because they were mixes on it for the most part sure they were not exclusive by the way so show that was key that finding that stuff really put things in a different light so then we started to look and by the way my partner in the business business. She's she is the owner. Natalie buyer is a forensic expert. Natalie spent twenty years as a detective in in large police. Department Doing forensic cases. She's testified local criminal courts in federal court related to DNA end serology algae. She was Henry Lease Graduate Assistant. University of new haven gone. Wow okay grab graduate degree in forensics. So Ju she sort of knows what she's doing with this lattice to was really to focus on on these two guys the one who inhabited their cabin the other the other guy it it turns out. Shortly after Michelle disappears those guys beat feet and go back to Texas in any intervening years one of them winds up back in Texas prison winds winds up in a Texas prison because he had the misfortune to when drunk run over a an attorney. General's son a car accident and apparently he served his sentence but then didn't pay the fine so he was re imprisoned. And this is this is. This is imprisoned at the time that we're involved in this case and the other guy became a state corrections officer Texas but he had left that employment and he was he was out in cleaning. Graveyards was was his job job so I had to go find both these guys we went to Texas Natalie and I interviewed The Guy who was in prison who made no admissions but he essentially intially has what I call a consciousness of guilt and he would not have been liable frankly as an accessory statue limitations at run he would have been a good witness appetizers. Pretty Sharp Guy. He really didn't WanNA sell himself limits. Friend down the river and again. Yana Guy I found on road interviewed him. Never in person person but via telephone couple times at makes him what my mind are a tacit admissions tells me he was the last person to see her alive which which is interesting because he told other people out found. I found several women at the state. Police had never interviewed. Who talked about what both of these guys talked? Bad burning bloody clothes. They both had a preponderance in a tendency to do violence to women. Really in total circumstantial problematic where we're one of these One of these guys the individuals seen by by the witness Kevin tubs with With Michelle with Eddie van. Yes and a net that individual own that white pick-up trucks so what happens is after they leave if they leave New York. TUCK and go back to Texas that white pickup truck. He disposes that pretty quickly. You know within a month or so the back in Texas so I'm thinking about it. I'M GONNA wipe pickup truck. I obviously could had the registration of the truck was in new. York was available to me. I did a search in. I found every owner owner of that truck subsequent to our subject getting rid of it in Texas and it turns out that the truck at the time of you know this is last. Trial was in Louisiana owned by a guy who did some oilfield working and some other stuff found him. I sent an associate Texas woman after talk to him and then a basically really suspicious as away we have to buy you called the local sheriff after my associate left and he contacted me told them. Listen get nothing to do with the current owner. It's as cruel case basically giving round terms. Would it was just okay. Tell your legit and everything so the guy call me back and I want it the guy that I was going to give them. This was a for my memory. Serves me correctly like a two thousand pickup truck in which Oakland Twenty Sixteen I said listen. I'd like to buy your drop in. Why the by US it? You've twenty five thousand dollars for new told me Gee I can't do that. The best truck ever ever had so knew that was going on so it automatically did was negotiated to drop for day to be inspected and he had air friends ended on the truck place with a lift hide. I want an independent third party. Someone really no connection to the case. Obviously Natalie was involved in the case now but Natalie was gonna a good down in Louisiana in do for instance evaluation of the truck nervous. We're talking you know fifteen years later. Sure Yeah and and several owners later civil arose later fifteen hundred miles away so so at I guess the closest place a big city would be baton rouge I called Baton Rouge Police Department. I want to talk to somebody in their crime scene forensic department unfortunately the guy who was the head of it and just retired and did a little research. He's well known in the forensic community actually worldwide. I crime scene got a solid individual. It just retired. I was looking for a referral to somebody in the area. I got his number. Call Them Up. Explain to him what the story was at giving him the the whole story because I really want I want some independence. There he did he does do work on privately He had been retired US more than happy to to meet. Natalie Natalie flew down there they they went out there to the place to buy. The truck was at the the the mechanic place with the lift. They took it apart. Basically they did between Natalie in this gentleman. They did a thorough forensic evaluation examination. What they found was indications of blood through some chemical liked testing some fiber hair and cloth and deep inside the the stiffener you'd thinking about? This is a pickup truck with bucket seats and on a passenger side on on the left side. Where you plug your seat the receptacle female in the way plugging seatbelt into Brian is a is a plastic sleeve that that makes that stand up APSOS in our seatbelts? Not Flop down. At the bottom of that enclosure Manley found what appeared to be a diamond studier when Michelle when missing. She had at least one bag of jewelry with this. She had made attempts and local pawn shops and and learn secondhand dealers up around Western western New York area to the south over jewelry. Rolex some diamond earrings. They're photographs is Michelle wearing diamond stud earrings cal given guns steadier rain. She hid the diamonds. urines from family members. Recover this diamond earrings from the seat belt stiffener which was sent off. DNA analysis at some point. But I reached back contacted every owner of that trump subsequent to its sale by my subject into a person. Listen they tell them what was founded in. Ask them some questions. Anybody had to lose any demanded value when he trump. Now Women in your truck in in two those two hundred three people told me is never been a woman in my truck. That's what you call a thorough investigation right. And then when I said any anybody ever lose any jewelry Lori nope not at all not this note and nobody would have any any anybody that's ever been in my truck would have nothing of value was basically what it came down to. We sent those that that. Let's stop everything out for for evaluation. The the blood and it was blood. And we're talking fifteen years later. The bloodstains the diamond earring Any again because of the CO mingling of DNA. We were unable to establish that it was Michelle's but none of that that excluded Michelle again. That's a long time and several owner so I would think that the prosecutor would be able to Kind of lay into you on that science involved here. It is an alternative theory of the case and ultimately what happens is that the judge didn't didn't allow any of it to be admissible so we're at the box. But what would he did. Allow Natalie testify to some things and it's a bench trial by the way. Yeah I I was GonNa ask you about that. So the the fourth and final trials two thousand sixteen instead of a jury explained to our listeners. What a trial is how? That's different events. Trial is is is a trial by a judge. The judge is the ultimate trier of fact and determiner of guilt or innocence. And this is normal in a lot of countries around the world road but not the typical approach in the US. How many do you normally see the Jury trials when things get to trial. It's normally a jury trial L. isn't rather than a Before judge or the vast majority of cases decided the United States by juries. We're we're we're a judge comes in and maybe in someplace where very technical kind of thing you know you get some some financial litigations and things Murat very often often. Frankly when law enforcement officers are involved in in criminal cases where did you know somebody gets shot and killed and we saw being tried for murder her homicide. Or something. Like that They'll opt for a bench trial because it's really tried. The theory is it's it's it it would really be decided on the technical legal issue as opposed to any emotional issue that may be brought into something by jury correct correct and and frankly that was was cows reason for for around choosing a bench. Trial is a trial by the judge. The other the last trial had resulted in a hung jury and I think that was sort of on the lines of broke down in the sexual demographic but amendment for acquittal look women were conviction correct pride recollection and so he wrote the dice and I mean it is a dicey Kinda Kinda thing. The judge allowed a couple of days. I mean we found. We found some women who will witnesses to behaviors eight years and and statements made by the subject And the judge did allow that woman she was flown from Texas. They did testify affective. That was but but the bottom line is that you know the judge took about a week thing too dull timidly make his decision and the decision was to quit cal house so the Caldera's can never be tried for the murder of Michelle no body case by the way again. So this is two thousand. Sixteen again He was finally after four trials. And after What I think? Nineteen years of this. He's found not guilty or fifteen years. He's found not guilty. And so at this point As you mentioned double jeopardy apply `attaches and he cannot be tried again for this crime. Now what about let me ask you personally based on your experience and based on your look You know the material and everything that you went over. What would you think happened? What's your explanation for what happened to Michelle Harris speculation? Obviously I mean insert really is. I wasn't there I would. It seems to me is that she had she had some interaction direction. and it is a lot of things just by time where we've compressed a tremendous amount of information that.

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"michelle harris" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On for fourteen days after election day, and depending on how close one of these races are not just for mayor. But also for city treasurer and all these all dramatic contests. We may not know until March twelve what the final distance is. Now current voter turnout projection is about thirty six percent still low, but not a record some of the other alderman raises. There have been declared winners in the first war. That's Daniel spot in the third ward. Pat Dowell holds onto her seat in the fourth ward Sophia king in the seventh ward Greg Mitchell is projected winner there in the eighth ward. Michelle Harris, the ninth ward Anthony Bill holds onto his seat in the tenth ward. It appears to be Susan Garza in the eleventh ward, Patrick Daley Thompson there with seventy five percent of the vote and the projected winner in the third. Eighteenth ward. It's Marty Quinn. Eighteen Derek Curtis nineteenth ward mad O'Shea holds on in the far south side to keep his seat. Twenty-second? Ward is Michael Rodriguez. Twenty-third is so von Tiberi's in the moving up to the twenty seventh ward Walter Burnett. These are all the projected winners with forty or fifty precincts. Reporting in the twentieth. Ward at appears to be Jason Irvine onto twenty nine with Chris Elliott pharaoh in the thirty fifth ward Carlos Ramirez, Rosa forty-one Anthony Napolitano holds on their over Tim head against seventy percent of the vote to thirty percent in forty eight. It's Harry, Ostermann forty nine Maria hadn't and the fiftieth ward, Debra Silverstein. That's how these races are shaping up. Now with again about eighty three percent of the vote will hear from my Gary Chico as well. Toni preckwinkle right now and Lory Lightfoot the top two vote-getters with Lori Lightfoot over preckwinkle by just over five thousand votes, some other national headlines we wanna to tell you about before we head to break. Democrats pushing legislation through the house today to stymie president. Trump's bid for billions of dollars for his border wall. The measure blocks Trump's declaration that there's a national emergency at the border and Michael Cohen, President Trump's former lawyer has left the Senate intelligence committee offices tonight after more than nine hours behind closed doors, he will testify Wednesday before the house oversight and reform committee. So he says he can tell the American people his story, traffic and weather next on WGN. You with the rhinestone dot collar between us dogs. I just convinced my human to upgrade to a new home with the twelve hundred square foot bathroom..

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"michelle harris" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I'm Pam Coulter. Four police officers were shot and another injured after a gun battle with several suspects at a home in southeastern Houston. Two suspects were killed. This woman lives in the neighborhood. This is just major. We never seen anything like this since I've been here for thirty five years CBS's Maria Via Rail says two officers are in critical condition and three are in stable condition. Three of the officers were transported by ambulance to memorial Hermann medical center, a level one trauma center in Houston and two were taken by life flight, the governor of Texas. Greg Abbott issued a statement calling the act horrific and promising state resources to help investigate the incident, President Trump and his chief of staff say he's prepared to shut down the government again, if he doesn't get a deal on his border wall. CBS's Bill Rakoff the thirty five day partial shutdown of government cost more than what President Trump wants for his border wall, Trump shutdown cost the US economy eleven billion dollars. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, including three billion that can never be recovered. But there are other costs. A watchdog group says the IRS could take a year to get back on track. Michelle Harris is an IRS worker. It's gonna be massive ketchup at this point Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington is Robert Muller about to wrap up his investigation of Russian election meddling acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker says he is. Investigation is close to being completed, and I hope that we can get the report from director Muller soon as we as possible. A new study concludes lowering blood pressure.

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"michelle harris" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Now that the shutdown is over house speaker Nancy Pelosi has again invited President Trump to deliver the state of the union. The new date is next Tuesday, February fifth CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy has details announcement of the February fifth date came minutes after White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders at our first briefing in forty one days accused Nancy Pelosi of coming up with a pretext for a delayed state of the union. I certainly don't think she acted in good faith on the front end considering she cited security concerns that didn't exist Pelosi in her letter and finding the president next Tuesday noted she and Mr. Trump settled on February fifth and phone call. It was their first conversation in nearly three weeks. Stephen Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. The costs of the government shutdown run into the billions of dollars big dig can be measured in other ways. As CBS news Bill Rakoff report says five day partial shutdown of government cost more than what President Trump wants for his border wall, Trump shutdown cost the US. Economy eleven billion dollars. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, including three billion that can never be recovered, but there are other costs. So watchdog group says the IRS could take a year to get back on track. Michelle Harris, an IRS worker, it's gonna be massive ketchup at. This point NASA astronomer rocky bears worries the shutdown will chase away. Good people. My own students imposed socks are talking about. I love working announced. Do I really want to go through this Bill Rakoff CBS news Washington as the government gets back to business as usual after the thirty five day shutdown thousands of federal employees here in San Diego began receiving their back. Pay today us eight Steve price has more. Now the federal government uses multiple payroll provider, so not all workers affected by the shutdown got paid this morning. But the government says all eight hundred thousand federal employees should get all of their back pay by the end of the week. Now that said we could be in the situation again in three weeks in federal workers fear that the next shutdown could be even longer. So. So they tell me they are preparing now for the worst continuing to get food from food banks and churches, so they can save as much money as possible to pay their bills if the money stops coming in again federal workers, say generosity from the community has really helped make a bad situation. Better. The community has been phenomenal. I have never seen such an outpouring of community support from regular civilian citizens to retired military tax season kicks off today. This will be the first time the IRS implements the tax cuts and jobs act, which went into effect last year. The new law double d standard deduction eliminated, personal independent exemptions and limited itemized deductions child tax credit also doubled in two thousand eighteen.

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"michelle harris" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"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 noticed. I don't blame him turning 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. Well, Facebook says people who see political ads on the site will soon. Get more information CBS's Jim Taylor changes including display paid for. 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..

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"michelle harris" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"It's going to be in minus thirty to minus fifty wind chill. That's going to be really vast some in the Chicago area plan to hunker down. I'm not leaving the house. There's no reason to go outside rich ghitis of the Chicago emergency management office, snow and extreme cold or not only inconvenient. But also very dangerous today end we asked everyone to limit your time, outdoors and work remotely from home. If possible snow caused non essential state government offices to close in Michigan today. The weather is impacted foulland's of flights in the region. 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 pay. 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 on 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..

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"michelle harris" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"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.

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"michelle harris" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"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..

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"michelle harris" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on WSB-AM

"SP? Atlanta's news starts now. Good afternoon. It's two o'clock. I'm Chris Chambal live and they WSB twenty four hour news. Honey, you've heard about the trouble. They're having whining somebody up. So the question what would the Super Bowl be like without a super halftime act at all while knew it to one civil rights organization would call it a major victory, Gerald Griggs. Vice president of the Georgia end up Lacey pe- as a dream who knows maybe they won't be a Super Bowl halftime hoping to shine a light on police shootings and the NFL's treatment of the player who started the take a knee movement, Colin Kaepernick. Greg says he's already contacted some of the biggest music acts in the world asking them to forego any offer from the NFL to perform at the Super Bowl in Atlanta this year and ask for rapper. Travis Scott reportedly confirmed to perform at halftime Griggs hopes to convince him to pull out as well. Pete combs WSB Sixty-six degrees on Peachtree street. A two oh one news. Brought to you by EMA Inc. Dot net. WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish says enjoy it sunny and unseasonably warm. Mm this afternoon. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up. President Trump just announcing a speech nine o'clock tomorrow night. He's asked for TV time to talk about the partial government shutdown and border security. It will obviously be available on many outlets. But at least two of the four broadcast TV networks are balking at handing over their facilities for what they see as a political speech. The full court press from our president. This announcement also today, I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington with a Thursday visit to the border now set for the president. The White House is asking congress for over seven billion dollars in new funding, not only for a steel barrier along the border, but for more border and immigration agents. See the details on my blog at wsbradiOcom also knew a to an update on that. Bizarre carjacking from over the weekend, Gwinnett county. Police now say the victim was found safe at home police found twenty one year old FIS Dila unharmed at his Lawrenceville home. He can firm witness reports that. Three men kidnapped him at gunpoint from the lutts restaurant early Sunday morning. The suspects took all of his belongings. They dropped him off somewhere along highway three sixteen to start walking and started walking founded vehicle parked a short distance away with the hazard lifespan on Michelle Harris says he then drove himself home unaware police were searching for him the search for the three suspects continues in Gwinnett county. Sandra Parrish w best.

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"michelle harris" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"michelle harris" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Life radio dome. Mrs. Hello. And welcome to the first animal angels podcast. Michelle harris. I'm Alexandra Paul, and we are only part of the animal angels rescue group. We are actually a group of women who work in entertainment, predominantly in front of the camera, but we are also devoted to animal rescue, advocacy, education outreach and just helping animals in any way possible. And that's really how we came together. Because if you live in southern California, especially working, entertainment, we would all see each other not only at doing rescue, vans, but doing awareness and doing red carpets things like that. So we kind of met and just decided, you know, what none of us are Angelina Jolie, unfortunately or the Kardashians in a different way. So it's kind of pull together work is team and get the message out about helping animals, and let's talk about some other members for small one. Which is actually we're about to go to one of her own events this afternoon. A dog adoption is Taylor Hasselhoff. Yeah. Taylor has a hot, and she's wonderful. She of course, is the daughter of David Hasselhoff with whom I worked for five years on the series Baywatch. That's right. Alex, Sandra Taylor was born. I think. Call you an icon. Yes. Alexandra's on.

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The Science Of Being Transgender

Science Vs

09:39 min | 3 years ago

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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