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"molson coors" Discussed on The CyberWire
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"molson coors" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Apple. Co-founder steve jobs famously. Said when asked about the design of their products the design is not just what it looks like and feels like the design is how it works and quote to that end. A security tool is no good. If only some people can figure out how to use it. It's no good. If the indicators it presents are ambiguous or understand design matters for an expert's view on this. I checked in with sally. Carson security design lead at cisco we know right now that complexity is the enemy of security. That's one core pillar of of the work that i do and design is all about folding away complexity and just radically simplifying products and services. So that's one another. We also know that security today is mostly about human behavior we know that most breaches still originate via phishing attacks and so when human behaviors involved. That's a great opportunity to bring in design. Because i like to explain. That design is not just about user interface design that certainly part of it. But it's more expansive view of design. It's very much about human behavior and anthropology. So where do you come into this. i mean what. What are you doing day today. How is the work that you do influencing the products that your organization is putting out there in the world. Yeah that's great. So i i came into cisco via the duo. Acquisition cisco acquired duo about two two and a half years ago and prior to that i had joined about six years ago and built out the product design and user research functions there and a lot of what we spend our time doing at the very beginning the very inception of a new project or new initiative. Lot of what we spend our time doing is partnering with our managers to go out and talk to customers or would be customers about their needs their motivations goals all the behavioral elements that can inform our product strategy. And it's not about asking customers what features they like like that certainly comes up in the course of our conversations. But it's more like show me how you solve this problem today and oftentimes what we're observing. Is you know the equivalent of like duct tape and bubble gum strain different tools together and wonky ways and usually that speaks to some kind of unmet need and maybe there's a way that we can deliver a product to market that addresses that need. Is there a bit of a an uphill battle. I mean are there challenges that you face i'm thinking of you know in a sector where Using the command line is a badge of honor do people some people come to the the notion of design with a with a bit of resistance. Well it's it's interesting like we. Even the designers i let it do. We've had quite a lot of work in in command line interfaces like how do we generate air messaging. That's quite a bit more intuitive and instructive and helps guide the person to next steps. So even if you're just looking at Using the command line for some actions. There's there's work that designed can do their to radically simplify and clarify. What processes are happening behind the scenes. Where do you think things are headed. Where do you think we're going in terms of of making use of of designed to help make us all safer question. I mean part of what we look at. Is we try to zoom out a level and not just focus on the products that we're delivering to market but even zoom out beyond that and understand the state of the technology landscape in general and how people's attitudes and behaviors changing as a result. So one example is when i joined duo six years ago i want to say maybe five years ago we perform some expensive research just on the state of biometrics and customers attitudes and behaviors towards biometrics. And then we've tracked that over time to see how with the early days of things i touch. Id or face. Id early on. We found that our customers were pretty uncomfortable with that. And there was a some privacy concerns. Were coming up for them. And they sort of at times conflicting. Some of the privacy concerns that you might see in in social networking with hardware based biometric authentication So they're worried that this thing scanning my face. It's getting my thumbprint. What's it going to do with that. But since then that technology has become much more Ubiquitous and general consumer sentiment about that. They're much more comfortable with using biometrics and they understand it a bit more now than they understand that. No one's selling their face. You know to advertisers. Yeah that's interesting. We are there Industry wide standards that are finding themselves coming into play our other best practices. How how we settle on best practices that you know this works and and We should all adopt this. It's it's a really great question. I think there is a need for best practices that are tailored to cybersecurity more. Generally there are best practices just in terms of developing technology products for humans. And a great. You know canonical resource for some of that. Thinking is human interface guidelines h. I. g. people call it the hague so people are curious to kind of nerd out on design stuff. You can google apple hearing and look and see how they have developed their own standards that that really do set precedent across the industry. There's more beyond just apple but that is sort of a gold standard. That's been out there for for decades now. Continue to evolve it. But i'd be really interested in seeing some.
"molson coors" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Microsoft tweeted late last night that it had detected and begun blocking new strain of ransomware quote being used after an initial compromise of unpacked on premises exchange servers. Unquote redmond is calling the ransomware deer. Cry microsoft defender customers who receive automatic. Updates should be protected but anyone operating an unpackaged on premise exchange. Server instance really does need to get on the stick and fix things clip. He is not a concierge for bad actors. The ransomware outbreak would seem to be the sound of the other shoe dropping that crowd strike co founder and current executive chairman of silverado policy. Accelerator dmitri alperovitch told crowd strike to expect. Exploitation of exchange server. Vulnerabilities has clearly moved beyond the break in the chinese government. Run threat group. Half neom initiated. It's developed into a cyber riot with widespread virtual looting e set two days ago said it had detected least ten groups attacking unpacked exchange server. Instances and there are almost more than ten of them out there and active as happens in a riot. The looting has been indiscriminate confined to one country or any selected group of victims. The bbc reports that at least five hundred british firms have been affected the record reports that the ransomware operators are exploiting the proxy log on vulnerability to install deer cry so far. This particular threat seems to have hit only a relatively small number of vulnerable targets but the criminal campaign is still in its early stages and of course what dear cry can do other. Ransomware gangs can also accomplish. Barracuda networks says that it's observed a high an increasing rate of probing for unpacked exchange servers. They started seeing scans around march first and the rate of scanning has jumped remarkably since then so. Do look to your defenses deer. Cry isn't the only ransomware strain making news. Security firm e. center has been warning about a wave of activity by the gang behind our evil. The ransomware strain also known as soden which is e centers. Preferred name for the hoods or. So maybe the target list is marked for its diversity. both geographically and in terms of sector e centers. Tally includes two law firms. And insurance company architectural firm a construction company an agricultural co op all located in the us as well as to large international banks one in mexico and one in africa and a european manufacturer rob macleod director of e centaurs threat response unit wrote in an e mail that quote these attacks come directly on the heels of an extensive and well planned drive by download campaign which was launched in late december. This militias campaigns sole purpose is to infect business professionals computer systems with the soden ransomware the goutte kit banking trojan or the cobalt strike. Intrusion tool and quote as is now routine for this kind of crime. The extortionists are also stealing files and threatening their release lest we forget these. Solar winds compromise remains a matter of active concern. An op ed. In the hill by red balloon security points out a growing uneasiness over how the campaign may have affected embedded devices. The concern is that the successful effort to compromise the solar wind software supply chain represented not merely cyber espionage which it clearly did but also an effort to stage more damaging attacks solar winds o. Rien platform is used in more than simple business. Networks applications as the op-ed puts it solar winds. Orion software has privileged access to the switches routers firewalls and other network infrastructure used by power plant control systems defense systems traffic lights and critical infrastructure operations generally and quote and finally. Hey everybody i. They came for your friends electromechanical marital aids and now they're coming for your beer now. Neither of those sectors are on the critical infrastructure list. Although we admit we haven't checked either. Nevada or new brunswick but this seems out of control a form. Eight k the most encoders beer barons filed with the us securities and exchange commission disclosed that the brewery had sustained an unspecified cybersecurity incident that has caused and may continue to cause a delay or disruption to parts of the company's business including its brewery operations production and shipments fox six milwaukee reports that production is at a standstill. And it's not confined to wisconsin either molson in cores employees have been telling. Wbal be news ten in albany georgia that they've been sent home because of the incident and asked not to try to log into any company resources. The exact nature of the incident is unknown and the company is being tight lipped about it for now but bleeping computer's sites speculation that it was a ransomware attack. Security week quotes from me to the effect that the processes are attractive targets for ransomware gangs. The attack is believed to have hit the brewer. Yesterday and the incident is under investigation and remediation with coors molson having brought in an unnamed outside firm to assist. Maybe you're thinking to yourself. Well you don't drink molson records. So i'm all right jack. Don't be too sure. Most in course has a number of well known international brands including not only. It's to upon a miss beers but also coors light miller lite carling course banquet molson canadian blue moon perroni. Gillian's and fosters is north com on this as anyone gotten on the horn to colorado springs to let the guardians in cayenne mountain. No we're pretty sure. A lot of them are customers. Beer might not be formally entered into the list of critical infrastructure. Strictly speaking but come on this is beyond a joke. Okay okay so there is. Something inherently jolly about beer as we all know from having watched commercials for it.
Molson Coors says cyberattack impacting brewing operations
"By a cyber attack that disrupted is brewing operations and shipments. In a filing, it said it's working to get its systems back up as quickly as possible. Molson Coors wouldn't say how many facilities were impacted. It operates seven breweries and packaging plants in the U. S. Three in Canada and 10. In Europe and one of Chicago's top tourist
Molson Coors says cyberattack impacting brewing operations
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Molson Coors says it is the victim of a cyber attack Molson Coors beverage company says its brewing operations and shipments have been disrupted by a cyber attack the revelation came in a regulatory filing Molson Coors operates seven breweries and packaging plants in the U. S. three in Canada and ten in Europe the company did not say how many facilities were affected in addition to balsam and cores the company's brands include Miller light pilsner quell and Blue Moon Olson course didn't say if the cyber attack is related to a global hack of servers running Microsoft exchange email software hi Mike Rossi up
Yuengling, America's oldest brewer, invades the West Coast
"Lever beer lovers from the East Coast who now live on the West Coast will be happy with this news. Youngling and Son, America's oldest operating brewer is sending some cold ones out west for the first time since it started making beer in 18 29. The brewery about two hours north west of Philadelphia, announced a joint venture today with Molson Coors. Break out beyond its 22 state disobey distribution area here in the east and speaking
"molson coors" Discussed on Snacks Daily
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We hope Sirius Xm doesn't get lazy like cable has. Yeah. Cable is pretty much just hanging onto its old users who are confident enough to stream something through their computer cable has accepted. Its fate of forever declined serious hasn't yet for our third and final story most incor- stock just jumped seven percent after. After. Its earnings report, they heard our story last week about Seltzer beating beer and they said hold my beer. Let me address this Molson Coors, earnings, calls, they kind of feel like a lecture from like a bartender who just threw a towel over his right shoulder son. Every company that makes anything in twelve ounce cans can be challenged Tom Again. No joke. That is an actual quote from their. Their earnings report minus the, Sun Part. They didn't say sandwich should say that 'cause there's a global shortage of aluminum cans true store. This company is literally importing aluminum cans from south. Africa in Brazil right now, because think about it, you haven't ordered a pint glass of beer or a pitcher of beer because you're not going to bars restaurants, the pitcher comes with the side of super spreader now. Now snacker Jack and I have been looking at the beer earnings recently, and we kind of notice that there are two themes going on Jack, theme number, one. All of our sales from restaurants and bars have evaporated two zero and Jack. Theme. Number. Two. Dowsman sparkling stelter is we need some sparkling south now that's what's going on with other beer companies and it's kind of what's going on with. Right now, they opened up their earnings reports announcing that keg sales have hit zero dollars and that they're launching a new heart Seltzer, it's called busy. Don't ask them about it. They don't care. They just hire consulting. Why are you doing island peer pressure? Everyone else is doing it. But then we noticed a gem of a quote from a CEO that really stood out. He said that July Fourth Week is when they have their biggest sales of the year and they've already eclipsed love July fourth week four times this year. So people are buying beer, they have had four July fourth in. In a single quarter. That's incredible. Now, everybody else beer sales are flat but Molson's beers living. It's best life. Yes. Check and I got curious. How are they pull this off? You've got cores light just had its highest market share ever in the US and then the CEO said, let me repeat that he did and he actually repeated that said that line twice now this company is doubling down hard encores light. They just made coors light the official beer of the Las Vegas Raiders, Football Team, which is a pricey official beer to become. Yeah. So that's what's going on with the The Gap Beers. But how about craft? Beers. In the Most Beers portfolio, blue moon just came out with a light version, which is the highest selling new twenty, twenty, sound classy and guess what snacker they're doubling down on this craft beer. Steph to molson coors whose ticker symbol by the way is tap classy impressive. Just acquired Detroit's out water brewing company to up its crap sales straight out of eastern. Remember you're not a craft beer unless you're label looks like it's a nineteen, seventy, six record. So Jack, what's the takeaway for our buddies over at Molson course trends are like onions. Onions, they have layers say or snacker broader trend here is that beer sales are slowing in the US because you're leaving like Portland Pale on the shelf because you're going for the heart seltzer. Instead, the trend within a trend is that a recession heavily benefits some types of beers over others. Yeah. You Lost Your job, you're not splurging on twenty four dollars CBD infused Ip made in a French oak barrel. You're looking for the giant cases of beer were each beer is like fifty cents per beer like coors light. So can toss it over the fence to your neighbor. That's what. Coors Does Jack in your whip. The takeaways for to start the week. Hey, POW thinks is dead because seventy percent of people fear touching cash wants covert has gone. It hopes you'll pay with Ben MC mccue our code instead tetris. Tetris or is that good story, Sirius Xm cells, pricey giant of channels sounds like cable, TV. But they shouldn't give apply cable. TV has third foul molson cores is a rising beer ship and sinking bureau. Every trend has layers and lower priced both beer sales are best in a recession. Now time for snack fact, today this one, Senate all the way across the pond by Richard Philbin. Longtime Ogi snacker in. London England. Since before Brexit was Portmanteau Portmanteau. 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"molson coors" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The air yesterday Washington post repeated a rumor that I have heard since the tragedy at Molson Coors last week there does not appear to be much validity to it but it doesn't matter because it serves the national media's narrative about what the shooting was it was retaliation for racism no liberals aren't saying the psychopath who killed five of his former co workers was justified there no no no no now blocked he was a victim you see the story current and former employees of the Molson Coors brewery here say there is a long held culture of racism including racist cartoons place didn't work spaces the N. word scrawled in break rooms and bathrooms and nooses hung at the facility one on the locker of an employee who killed five coworkers there last week police have not provided a motive for the February twenty sixth rampage which ended when the gunmen who of course were not naming anymore killed himself inside the famous brewery that is produced Miller beer for more than a century this story came out at about ten thirty our time yesterday within a matter of hours the Milwaukee police department was forced to put out the following press release MPD is aware of various plans regarding the motive of the suspect involved in the recent most in core shooting incident various sources have reported that the suspect actions were racially motivated and that he was directly impacted by racism while working for the company Milwaukee police detectives have interviewed several witnesses regarding the suspect's actions and statements leading up to the incident as a result of the preliminary investigation neither race nor racism has been identified as a factor in this incident the investigation remains ongoing based on the preliminary investigation the Milwaukee police department is not aware of any of the victims targeted in the mass shooting being involved in any inappropriate or racist behavior toward the suspect therefore the narrative of retaliation being the suspect's motive has not been substantiated additional information regarding this incident will be available once the investigation concludes until then it is imperative to wait for the facts of the investigation to be released rather than speculating and generating a false narrative that could negatively impact the lives of the family members of the victims and of the suspect as well as the employees of Molson Coors it was a direct refutation of the Washington post's entire story I've heard the news rumor since the day that the name of the suspect even before then name of the suspect was publicly released almost immediately people were talking about this almost immediately people were trying to if not justify this heinous crime if not explain it away at least in some way explain it this is insanely dangerous first of all it's defamatory to five men who lost their lives second of all it's not supported by any facts I'll give you a spoiler here folks what's going to happen is that it's the investigation is going to determine that the suspect was deeply deranged that he was a paranoid potentially schizophrenic that he thought that his former co workers were trying to kill him he weighs in deep deep mental distress the idea here that this was retaliation for racism is irresponsible reporting in the extreme and I'm glad the Milwaukee police department came to very obviously at this Washington post story because everybody has heard this rumor and nobody in fact there was a quote unquote community activist who is spreading this within minutes of the shooting itself I mean within minutes let's go to east Troy and talk to John you're on the Dan o'donnell shot and you're right ninety nine percent of the time but I gold Chevrolet supervisors on the floor there and I know the person that Adam bellow the letters of condolences and everything this was racially motivated regardless of what you are saying it was racially motivated they tortured the star for years and you're going to find that out there's people on the floor no there's I know several supervisors that you walk five guys and what was going on and there was there was action taken by Miller at one time because of the Iraqi so you're going to find out a lot more data but you're wrong apologize there was a racially motivated I'm not saying that the Milwaukee police department which is actually interviewing the people as saying that twenty five plus years that are best friends of mine one of them's beer also the Milwaukee police department which is talked to everybody not just your best friends is saying this you you understand how this works within the week they've talked to everybody involved I understand stories get twisted but I can tell you this is not very reliable intelligent people and they watched it go on for years they've been there for twenty five plus years how many friends just just out of curiosity three very good friends a supervisor on the floor and are you do you think the Milwaukee police department and ATF and everybody else who's investigating this do you think they talked to three people or do you think they talk to more the doctor a lot of people right so I'm just I'm not and I'm not please don't get don't misunderstand I'm not I'm not hold on a second you're getting a little agitated on me John hold on a sec I'm not calling your friends liars but I'm saying to get a far more complete picture you need to talk to far more people I agree okay so to say that I mean I'm not I'm saying with the Washington post was reporting was incredibly irresponsible because it was it was supported it wasn't supported by the available facts and the fact that there was okay so what your friends are saying was there's racism at Molson Coors that there isn't it some sort of culture of of you know discrimination or or whatever it is the culture that particular guy and these guys that he was working that day pretty much made his life miserable for a lot of years the the direct statement from the police department directly refutes that'll boy yeah Dave we're looking at the clock here and we do have to step aside John I I understand what your friends are saying but a more complete picture and this this is sort of the problem my friend this is exactly the problem with the Washington post's reporting is and if I didn't challenge Johnny just at home okay that's what the Washington post did meanwhile we have investigate and I've got sources you tell me the exact same thing that while there might have been conflicts in the past this is not the operating theory of the case it this is a deeply deeply deeply disturbed man and to try to provide him cover by saying well he was retaliating because he was tortured and I'm not saying he should've killed all these people but I understand and that's not I know what John was saying but this was the tone and tenor of The Washington Post story yesterday is your responsibility in the extreme because well it doesn't justify mass murder it at least.
Molson Coors brewery reopens with increased security after shooting
"It is back to work today for some of the workers at Molson Coors brewery company told workers over the weekend it will start to transition some of them back to work this evening it will be the first time that employees have been back at the brewery since the shooting last week the left five workers a
"molson coors" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Identified all six Molson Coors employees who were killed in the mass shooting including the gunman and what's most important right now is that we as a community come together and put our arms around these being family fare Tom Barrett calling Miller and Molson Coors a very important part of the community for well over a century and a half they've been part of the fabric of this community and they've been there for us and it's now time for us to be there for them as well it's still unclear what if anything prompted the shooting in Milwaukee right bro WGN news victims have been identified as thirty three year old he's use via a junior sixty one year old gene live shots thirty three year old Trevor Wetzel are fifty seven year old Dana walk fifty year old Dale Hudson the fifty one year old shooter work as an electrician for more than twenty years at the brewery Chicago police detectives have closed their investigation of an alleged sexual assault at Lincoln Park high school without charging anyone that's according to the Chicago sun times the case sparked protests after the sudden removals of the principal assistant principal and for basketball coaches the basketball season was also suspended a lawsuit filed by the father of the alleged victim of the January thirteenth the salt accuses the school district of failing to protect students police this week confirmed the case was closed but wouldn't comment any further the corona virus outbreak is infecting board more people around the world China and South Korea both have reported hundreds of new cases pushing south Korea's total over two thousand they're nearly seventy nine thousand cases in China around the globe the death toll has surpassed twenty eight hundred every continent except Antarctica has a confirmed case of the illness the first doctor to see a case of corona virus in the Chicago area he is speaking out exclusively with WGN Dr Linwood Jones is with Amita health St Alexius Medical Center in Hoffman estates says the patient presented there with symptoms that resemble those seen with the flu what tests were taken sputum tests were taken nasal pharyngeal tests were taken so several different body fluids were sampled and during that time during the early days we had to send all of those samples to the CDC the patient was a woman in her sixties so this was back in late January one corona virus was just appearing in Wuhan China she had just returned from Wuhan days later her husband also presented symptoms both were treated and have since recovered now with WGN community quarters as sponsored by varsity blood center of Illinois here's Ryan burrow the union state power house owned by Amtrak is scheduled to be demolished to make way for a new mate did shed in the three hundred block of west Taylor the power houses most recognizable as a landmark from the south branch of the Chicago River it was built in the nineteen twenties and nineteen thirties it's one of the Chicago seven most endangered buildings as identified by the group preservation Chicago they'd like Amtrak to find new ways to reuse the current structure I'm Brian bird with community corners at WGN radio let's get an update now on WGN sports hand with that here's Dave and good morning northwestern knew all about illinois' iota soon freshman big man Kofi Cockburn when they weren't counting on was this quarter we since six one how can you leave guard Alan Griffin a career high twenty four.
Molson Coors shooting victims identified
"The five men who were killed by a co worker at a Milwaukee brewery include an electrician a navy veteran a father of two small children a fisherman and a grandfather authorities in Milwaukee identified the five victims and the assailant who killed himself in Wednesday shooting up the Molson Coors brewery all of the victims including the shooter were employees most in core CEO Gavin Hattersley with part of the fabric of our company and our community and we will miss them terribly Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett was asked about speculation that the shooting was racially motivated right now there is an investigation going on I think it's premature to speculate on anything the shooter was a fifty one year old elektrische in who had worked at the Milwaukee Molson Coors complex for
Milwaukee police ID brewery shooter as 15-year electrician
"At a news conference Thursday afternoon authorities in Milwaukee identified the five victims and the assailant who killed himself in Wednesday shooting up the Molson Coors brewery all of the victims including the shooter were employees most in core CEO Gavin Hattersley part of the fabric of our company and our community and we will miss them terribly Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett was asked about speculation that the shooting was racially motivated right now there is an investigation going on I think it's premature to speculate on anything the shooter was a fifty one year old elektrische in who had worked at the Milwaukee Molson Coors complex for fifteen years hi Mike Rossio
Police identify victims of Milwaukee brewery shooting as employees ranging in age from 33 to 61
"We now know the name of the gunman in the Milwaukee brewery shooting fifty one year old Anthony feral wasn't electricians his home was searched today Milwaukee's police chief says the victims were Molson Coors brewing company employees ranging in age for I'm thirty three to fifty seven chief says they're still investigating a motive investigators searched Ferrell's home on Milwaukee's north side as they hunted for clues about why a worker one of the nation's largest breweries gunned down five coworkers before taking
Police identify victims, shooter in Milwaukee brewery shooting rampage
"The head of Molson Coors read the names of the five victims of yesterday's mass shooting in Milwaukee at the old Miller brewery CEO Gavin Hattersley Dale Hansen changeless truths J. C. five Dana walk and travel which hello they were house operators they were machinists and they were electricians but more importantly they were husbands there were four others and they were
"molson coors" Discussed on AP News
"Molson Coors employees in Milwaukee are in mourning after Wednesday's tragedy a fellow employee opened fire on his coworkers at the Molson Coors brewery killing 5 of them before killing himself authorities have not released the gunman's name nor do we know why he did this mayor Tom Barrett says these 5 victims went to work that day just like everybody does they thought they were going to go to work finish their date and return to their families they didn't and tragically they never will I'm ready to fall late
Gunman kills 5 at Milwaukee brewery before taking own life
"Molson Coors employees in Milwaukee are in mourning after Wednesday's tragedy a fellow employee opened fire on his coworkers at the Molson Coors brewery killing five of them before killing himself authorities have not released the gunman's name nor do we know why he did this mayor Tom Barrett says these five victims went to work that day just like everybody does they thought they were going to go to work finish their date and return to their families they didn't and tragically they never will I'm ready to fall late
6 Dead In Shooting At Molson Coors In Milwaukee After Employee Opens Fire
"Center the city of Milwaukee waking up with heavy hearts six employees at Molson Coors shot and killed Wednesday afternoon that includes the fifty one year old suspected gunman the suspect was an employee of Molson Coors and died from an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound the lucky police chief Alfonso Morales says reports of the shooting came in just after two victims and the shooter have yet to be identified we are continuing our investigation in the recovery of the victim Paulson cooler CEO Gavin Hattersley says the walkie office will close the rest of the week we're mostly crews are going to require lots of support over the coming days and weeks and kind of like to think you'll fork which we have already received only about Oct W. T. M. J.
Five dead in Milwaukee shooting at Molson Coors beer company
"Police in Milwaukee are working to identify a motive behind yesterday's mass shooting at one of the nation's largest breweries a gunman shot and killed five people and then himself at the Molson Coors complex on Wednesday Milwaukee police say he was a company
"molson coors" Discussed on WTOP
"Molson Coors brewing company were shot to death by another worker yesterday a gunman opened fire at the Molson Coors brewing company campus in Milwaukee officers located the suspect a fifty one year old Milwaukee man deceased from an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound we have located five additional deceased adult victims the victims all worked at most of course they thought they were going to go to work finish their date and return to their families during a news conference about coronavirus president trump spoke about the Milwaukee victims March break for them and their loved ones ET Jan CBS news New York a Maryland state trooper who is facing a domestic violence charges has been suspended he's accused of assaulting his wife on at least two occasions he's now prohibited from having contact with her but where he was ordered to stay for now may surprise you Denis negocio florals been a Maryland state police trooper for almost five years he works out of the Forestville Berwick's and that's where a judge told him to stay for now as he faces assault charges from two separate incidents involving his wife who spoke against him in court yesterday I'm afraid for my life she told the judge her body invoice shaking during a bond review hearing given the chance she didn't ask did he stay in jail though the judge released macos he on his own personal recognizance ordering him to stay at the barracks which has beds and showers for troopers and away from her until more can be learned about the Gucci's brother who's also willing to give them a place to stay John Dorman WTOP news coming up after traffic and weather a former president wants an ad in this year's presidential campaign pulled seven thirty seven preparing for disaster requires knowledge and action here's Chris Reynolds dean and vice president of academic outreach and program development at American military university discussing cutting edge programs what's good about Facebook because of Facebook's proactive in fact if they know if a disaster happens certain everything else on a page that allows people to check cancel love ones know that they're okay I am that's been used quite a bit you know I know that when we had the hurricane Michael came through came through last year yeah I came to the panhandle and it sounds a colon get milder for space similar force base basically white the base out well Facebook set up their application for people around the country to make sure that their loved ones that may have.
"molson coors" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of fifty one year old worker still wearing his uniform fatally shot five fellow Molson Coors employees yesterday before killing himself the company still has not identified the shooter they do say though that he was an active employee they did not provide details on a possible motive for the shooting or the identities of the victims pending family notification about a thousand people work at that complex known for decades as the Miller brewery age to build a house has passed legislation banning this controversial red light cameras in many Illinois communities the bipartisan approval of a bill sponsored by Republican state representative David mix Sweeney would ban red light cameras in non home rule communities in cook DuPage Kane lake and will counties as well as in Madison and St Clair counties east of Saint Louis non home rule communities generally those with twenty five thousand or fewer residents have more limited powers under state law Chicago would not be affected by the band great mayor Lightfoot said yesterday she's very disappointed in the CDC for fanning the flames of fear about the spread of the corona virus in the United States the mayor essentially accused federal officials of fear mongering I will can't really tell you that I was very disappointed with the comments of the CDC yesterday and members of the trump administration around coronavirus let's not get ahead of ourselves as I said we have two cases here in Chicago those cases have been dealt with the people are recovering but in the event that we need to ramp up quarantining we are absolutely prepared to do that with Chinatown restaurants already suffering from a dramatic decline in business tied to the coronavirus fears the mayor said the last thing Chicago needs is a premature alarm from federal officials page for two deaths yesterday veterans of Chicago T. V. one name you know and one you probably don't first leave Philip the longtime talk show host's from channel two known as the First Lady of Chicago television before going on to co create two of TV's longest running soap operas passed away in la LA she was ninety one and anybody who grew up in Chicago Salif fill up on television in fact her noon break show was where I first started doing television I was still doing a rock and roll radio and she had me on to due to the different features occasionally on that show always very kind to me and ubiquitous on the Chicago broadcasting for many many years very nice lady in a also involved the soap operas right didn't did her husband yes and then she got involved with bill bell or husband who passed away when he died back in two thousand five the bold and the beautiful okay right now they work on that together and did very well Lee Phillip or was an eighteen time Emmy winner born in Chicago grew up in riverside went to riverside Brookfield high school graduated from northwestern and the other death and this really hit me because I work with this woman to channel five on many many news stories up on a vaster passed away after a long illness she was a producer and writer at NBC five for nearly forty three years as she did the five o'clock news there and many other programs her first love was politics you covered political conventions inaugurations all sorts of election coverage a programming she worked on the assignment desk the unit five investigative team she covered the Olympics in Atlanta in two thousand eleven and her husband Polly Guero one of the great camera man in Chicago who is been there for many many years so we pass along our condolences to their family I mean she was one of these stalwarts of local TV and my experience with her was that she always had a smile always fun to work with always great to work with her husband Paul and a new Chicago history she knew in BC history and you're always in good hands when she was fixing your script and putting together your news story she also carried on the tradition of the city desk and produce that show for a long time so sad news to hear about the passing of the Natalie Lee Phillip but also on a visor over at NBC five Donna my concern moving on number five story here in our top six it's six plant based meat has officially infiltrated pretty much every fast food restaurant in the game Burger King has the impossible Whopper white castle has impossible sliders Duncan as the beyond sausage sandwich and KFC hopped on the bad man wagon recently with plant based chicken nuggets and wings which they call beyond fried chicken according to KFC they're beyond fried chicken is a hundred percent plant based however it's prepped in the same friars as KFC's actual chicken so it can get contaminated with residue are fat from that real chicken therefore they're now saying it is not technically vegetarian let alone vegan as of right now Kay has he does not have any other plant based meal options on the menu so there's your warning Steve Bruce and H. B. where if you're thinking of going vegan because they away from that I think we're pretty safe in that area that I'm not okay I am to five point zero dollars and the bachelor is now casting seniors for a new dating reality show married you hear about this I love you see this and I guess the Monday's episode of the bachelor they have announcement today that it was just really quick and they just said we're not looking for seniors to trial for an Iowa I mean it's just like popped up really quick and I gold finally I'm I that's what they should do on survivor two all these reality shows need to up it a bit and bring it and get out with a friend that different generations I I. N. as shocking as I am you know what here's the problem with this the end because I hate the idea just don't want to see somebody who is making our rates and narrow nothing like that the late sixties seventies getting rejected being heart broken I mean that's not a time in your life where you should have your heart broken right yes No can their twenties right you're gonna say I say young skaters who cares right Bob Levey not so that list so you don't get a rose in your twenty two ounce.
6 dead, including gunman, in shooting at MillerCoors building in Milwaukee, officials say
"Police say that the gunman who opened fire at one of the nation's largest breweries in Milwaukee Molson Coors killed five employees before taking his own life mayor Tom Barrett horrible horrible day for the employees here is a very rough day for anybody who is close to this situation police have identified the assailant as a fifty one year old Milwaukee man who did work at the beer
5 killed in shooting at Molson Coors campus in Milwaukee
"An employee who was fired in Milwaukee at the Molson Coors brewing company campus returned with a weapon Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett says multiple people were killed including the suspected gunman CBS is dean Reynolds police responded to reports of a shooting at the Molson Coors compound Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett there was a horrifically shooting that has occurred very rough day for anybody who is close to the situation as
"molson coors" Discussed on KCRW
"News in Washington I'm Jack Speer for the first time federal health officials said they have learned of a case of corona viruses in the U. S. that they can't readily explain here's NPR's Richard Harris this is the fifteenth case of coronavirus diagnosed in the United States other than those among those who came back on evacuation flights twelve were among recent travelers to China to more were in their spouses but this fifteenth case is a mystery the centers for disease control and prevention says it was picked up by alert clinicians in California but the person hadn't traveled to China or been in close contact with the known case health officials are investigating to see what they can figure out this type of community spread is a concern because if the virus starts popping up unexpectedly it will be much harder to contain Richard Harris NPR news president Donald Trump is pushing back against contentions is administration is not done enough to deal with the corona virus threat trump a news conference this evening defending his administration's efforts and outlining exactly what steps are being taken on Capitol Hill lawmakers have called for much more money than the two and a half billion dollars requested by the White House Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer asking for eight and a half billion dollars the trump said if Congress approves more money will accept that during the president his news conference at the White House where experts from the centers for disease control and prevention Milwaukee police say a man shot five people to death this afternoon a local brewery complex before the shooter apparently killed himself chakram Baca member station W. W. M. has the story the shooting occurred just west of downtown Milwaukee at the Molson Coors facility where Miller beer is brewed police say the shooter was a fifty one year old local man whose wounds were apparently self inflicted the five people killed were Molson Coors employees malarkey mayor Tom Barrett told a news briefing that it was a tragic day five families six.
"molson coors" Discussed on AP News
"Fire at the Molson Coors brewery and then killed himself mayor Tom Barrett this is an unspeakable tragedy for our city this is a community tragedy residents near the plant were told to stay indoors parents rushed to nearby schools that have been placed on lockdown police have not yet released a motive but they say the gunman was fifty one years old president trump is place the vice president in charge of the U. S. response to corona virus he says the early prevention steps including the China travel ban have helped keep the count low in the United States had I not made a decision very early on not to take people from a certain area we wouldn't be talking this way would be talking about many more people would have been infected I took a lot of heat meet some people call me racist because I made a decision so early the CDC's Dr and shook it says people just need to be careful it's spread in a similar way to the common cold or to influenza I spread through coughs and sneezes and so those everyday sensible measures that we tell people to do every year with the flu are important here covering your cough staying home when you're sick and washing your hands there are sixty cases in the United States new cases today reported in Brazil and Romania a federal appeals court siding with the trump administration which had help with held grants from communities that don't help immigration enforcement our A. Donahue report a ruling by the second circuit in Manhattan says the administration can't hold back law enforcement grants for states to cooperate with immigration enforcement it reverses a lower court's decision ordering the administration to release funding to New York City in seven states Wall Street closed mixed today this is APNews presidential hopefuls have been meeting with voters in South Carolina ahead of Saturday's primary former vice president Joe Biden picked up a key endorsement just before Joe Biden got the endorsement of the highest ranking black member of Congress representative Jim Clyburn he told ministers he's not taking the black vote for granted and says characters on the ballot sometimes I wake up and I think it's nineteen twenty and twenty twenty Bernie Sanders has been dominating in the primaries compared to socialism remarks to Reverend Martin Luther king junior this is what I said and I quote all this country has socialism for the rich and rugged individualism for the poor I'm Julie Walker attorneys for former president Obama are sending a cease and desist letter they're demanding South Carolina stations stop airing a misleading Republican ad it misuses a snippet making it sound like Obama is criticizing Joe Biden I'm Jackie Quinn APNews more news right after this thank you for listening to the.
"molson coors" Discussed on AP News
"Fire at the Molson Coors brewery and then killed himself mayor Tom Barrett this is an unspeakable tragedy for our city this is a community tragedy residents near the plant were told to stay indoors parents rushed to nearby schools that have been placed on lockdown police have not yet released a motive but they say the gunman was fifty one years old president trump is place the vice president in charge of the U. S. response to corona virus he says the early prevention steps including the China travel ban have helped keep the count low in the United States had I not made a decision very early on not to take people from a certain area we wouldn't be talking this way would be talking about many more people would have been infected I took a lot of heat meet some people call me a racist because I made a decision so early the CDC's Dr and shook it says people just need to be careful it's spread in a similar way to the common cold or to influenza I spread through coughs and sneezes and so those everyday sensible measures that we tell people to do every year with the flu are important here covering your cough staying home when you're sick and washing your hands there are sixty cases in the United States new cases today reported in Brazil and Romania a federal appeals court siding with the trump administration which had help with held grants from communities that don't help immigration enforcement our A. Donahue report a ruling by the second circuit in Manhattan says the administration can hold back law enforcement grants for states to cooperate with immigration enforcement it reverses a lower court's decision ordering the administration to release funding to New York City in seven states Wall Street closed mixed today this is APNews presidential hopefuls have been meeting with voters in South Carolina ahead of Saturday's primary former vice president Joe Biden picked up a key endorsement just before Joe Biden got the endorsement of the highest ranking black member of Congress representative Jim Clyburn he told ministers he's not taking the black vote for granted and says character is on the ballot sometimes I wake up and I think it's nineteen twenty and twenty twenty Bernie Sanders has been dominating in the primaries compared to socialism remarks to Reverend Martin Luther king junior this is what I said and I quote all this country has socialism for the rich and rugged individualism for the poor I'm Julie Walker attorneys for former president Obama are sending a cease and desist letter they're demanding South Carolina stations.
"molson coors" Discussed on AP News
"Opened fire at the Molson Coors brewery and then killed himself mayor Tom Barrett this is an unspeakable tragedy for our city this is a community tragedy residents near the plant were told to stay indoors parents rushed to nearby schools that have been placed on lockdown police have not yet released a motive but they say the gunman was fifty one years old president trump is place the vice president in charge of the U. S. response to corona virus he says the early prevention steps including the China travel ban have helped keep the count low in the United States had I not made a decision very early on not to take people from a certain area we wouldn't be talking this way would be talking about many more people would have been infected I took a lot of heat which some people call me racist because I made a decision so early the CDC's Dr and shook it says people just need to be careful it's spread in a similar way to the common cold or to influenza I spread through coughs and sneezes and so those everyday sensible measures that we tell people to do every year with the flu are important here covering your cough staying home when you're sick and washing your hands there are sixty cases in the United States new cases today reported in Brazil and Romania a federal appeals court siding with the trump administration which had help with held grants from communities that don't help immigration enforcement our A. Donahue report a ruling by the second circuit in Manhattan says the administration can hold back law enforcement grants for states to cooperate with immigration enforcement it reverses a lower court's decision ordering the administration to release funding to New York City in seven states Wall Street closed mixed today this is APNews presidential hopefuls have been meeting with voters in South Carolina ahead of Saturday's primary former vice president Joe Biden picked up a key endorsement just before Joe Biden got the endorsement of the highest ranking black member of Congress representative Jim Clyburn he told ministers he's not taking the black vote for granted and says character is on the ballot sometimes I wake up and I think it's nineteen twenty and twenty twenty Bernie Sanders has been dominating in the primaries compared to socialism remarks to Reverend Martin Luther king junior this is what I said and I quote all this country has socialism for the rich and rugged individualism for the poor I'm Julie Walker attorneys for former president Obama are sending a cease and desist letter they're demanding South Carolina stations stop airing a misleading Republican ad it misuses a snippet making it sound like Obama is criticizing Joe Biden I'm Jackie Quinn APNews more news right after this thank you for listening to the AP radio network you.
Officials give update on shooting at Molson Coors complex
"Milwaukee officials say six people have now been killed in a shooting at the Molson Coors brewing plant the dead included the shooter an employee who was fired earlier today the shooting occurred at a sprawling complex that includes a mix of corporate offices in brewing facilities police six hundred people work there
"molson coors" Discussed on WTOP
"At the Molson Coors brewing campus in Milwaukee tonight the mayor has been speaking with the media this evening there are multiple fatalities here from the shooting the mayor mentioning that he also believes that the shooter is down he said he did not want to go into too much information of course this is still a very active investigation he said they had pinpointed an area that he did not go into this but of course expressing just his sadness about the fact that this has happened here in Milwaukee alderman stamper there also just deeply saddened about this unfolding that's W. D. J. T. reporter Brittney Lewis in Milwaukee will have more coming up it's seven twenty two now to your health sponsored by my eye doctor doctors of optometry visit my eye doctor dot com CBS news special report president trump at a White House news conference still under way on the coronavirus assuring were very very ready for this for anything whether it's going to be a rake out of larger proportions or whether or not where you know we're at that very low level US response will be led by the vice president I'm gonna be putting our vice president Mike pence in charge and Mike will be working with the professionals and doctors and everybody else is working the team is is brilliant it'll be a unified effort bringing together of all the members of the corona task force that you've established HHS CDC DHS the department of transportation and state president trump says three new coronavirus cases have been reported in the U. S. bringing the nationwide total to sixty Mr trump says he may restrict travel to most affected areas but now he says it is not the right time CBS news special report I'm Gary not continuing coverage of coronavirus here on WTOP The Washington Post is reporting of a northern California case that has doesn't seem to have any origin meaning the person did not travel recently to a foreign country so they're trying to figure out how this person contracted the disease more on that as we learn it it's not here yet meaning not here in the DMV but the expected arrival of coronavirus has area school systems getting ready tonight a reminder to wash your hands is one bit of information now being shared by Montgomery County schools spread and severity can actually vary greatly with coronavirus Derek Turner says the system is working with the county health department on plants adjustable to developments some cases can be dealt with individually for quarantine but if it's a larger set of an outbreak will need to take different steps in Fairfax county the school district is reviewing plans.
Trump addresses Milwaukee shooting: 'Our hearts break for them and their loved ones'
"Fire at a Molson Coors brewing company plant taking the lives of five people number of people were wounded so badly wounded our hearts break for them and their loved ones we send our condolences will be with them and it's a terrible thing terrible five our hearts go out to the people of Wisconsin and to the families thank you very
President Trump Speaks About Coronavirus
"Many of the president's advisers have testified on Capitol Hill today about the corona virus and the administration's preparedness it has spread quickly across Europe at least thirteen European countries are now reporting cases initially four hundred forty people infected and the death toll at least twelve Bucks in Italy alone as the first U. S. service member has been diagnosed at a military base in South Korea in the United States the CDC is investigating reports of flight attendant has been diagnosed with the virus she had flown into and out of LAX airport in Los Angeles we are awaiting president trump's remarks in the White House briefing room a number of the president's aides including the health secretary ETS are are inside the room he has testified before Congress today this comes as a number of different countries are grappling with their own outbreaks in South Korea a U. S. soldier has come down to the coronavirus the military is ordering extra screenings of all service members and is a crucial step circling the Caribbean making an island using because someone on the phone is six we are awaiting president trump in the White House briefing room his aides have just come into the room Hey let's see what they have done we are waiting for the for some time waiting for us here's ABC's Devin Dwyer and very little time inside the room it is packed right now members of the cabinet behind me here you see economic council director Larry Kudlow's here health secretary Alex Cesar's yours while the president arrived back from India just this morning on the fact that he is holding this press conference today is a sign just how seriously he takes the threat from this disease and how seriously it could impact his presidency so we expect in the next few minutes presence talk about his plans and the two point five billion dollars he has a proposed an emergency fund it ABC's Devin Dwyer from the White House briefing room where we are awaiting president trump to speak to us about corona virus which has been spreading across Europe across Asia and for many medical experts they said there is an inevitable outbreak in the United States coming and we are waiting to hear what president trump has to say about it in the United States there seem to be about sixty cases health officials say American family should be prepared for more and the administration is taking pains to say that the United States is prepared even though some in the administration in recent days have seemingly played down the threat from corona virus as of president trump gets ready to declare the CDC and his administration are doing a great job handling corona virus she has tweeted that and he says there has not been one death in the United States let's keep it that way on Capitol Hill today the secretary of health and Human Services had a warning now even though Americans risk is low at the moment at the health secretary said that could change quickly lawmakers from both parties have voiced concern about the administration's response so as the president gets set to come to the White House briefing room microphone he does face that challenge not to induce panic but also to show that he is taking this seriously despite those tweets where he has seemingly tried to play down the threat we heard from at least one Republican senator today John Kennedy of Louisiana saying to the head of homeland security do we have enough respirators or not and and the the centers for disease control was pressed how many tests can the country conduct as of today and some Democrats have blamed the administration for failing to come clean on many of these are questions so we will see what the president is prepared to say any moment now as he walks into the White House briefing room to talk about the response to coronavirus as his administration faces what many medical experts say is an inevitable outbreak in the United States of the briefing room the White House briefing room which hasn't gotten the the the work out of late is now full of waiting president trump for the first time in that briefing room by the way since January of twenty nineteen and then not appearance he has a he declined to take questions so if he does take questions from all those reporters that are packed in there this would mark the first time in his administration he is taking questions inside the White House briefing room we'll see he has members of his cabinet that will be arrayed beside him as he gets set to take the podium to talk about the administration's response to corona virus that the president of course has been keeping a close eye on the the viruses climbing through Asia and Europe and it's also been closely watching the Dow Jones industrial average because that has taken a nose dive as of late amid fears that the virus is not contained in that will have been increasingly damaging effects on the economy not only the the American economy but the economy around the world companies like Microsoft came out today to say that the coronavirus is taking a toll much of what they manufacture in China is is taking a hit the administration has asked Congress for two and a half billion dollars to respond to the corona virus threats and house speaker Paul Losi said today that is not nearly enough and accusing the administration of an immediate response and so it seems Congress may be prepared for more president trump has now opened the doors to the briefing room followed by vice president Mike pence you're listening to live coverage from ABC thank you very much everybody thank you very much before I begin I'd like to extend my deepest condolences to the victims and families in Milwaukee Wisconsin earlier today wicked murder opened fire at a Molson Coors brewing company plant taking the lives of five people number of people were wounded so badly wounded our hearts break for them and their loved ones we send our condolences will be with them and it's a terrible thing terrible five our hearts go out to the people of Wisconsin then to the families thank you very much I've just received another briefing from a great group of talented people following the virus that is going around to various parts of the world we have through some very good early decisions decisions that were actually ridiculed at the beginning we closed up our borders through flights coming in from certain areas areas that were hit by the corona virus and hit pretty hard and we did it very early a lot of people thought we shouldn't have done it that early and we did and it turned out to be a very good thing and the number one priority from our standpoint is the health and safety of the American people unless you have unit when I made that decision because of all we've done the risk to the American people remains very low we have the greatest experts in the war really in the world right here the people that are called upon by other countries when things like this happen we we're ready to adapt and we're ready to do whatever we have to as the disease spreads if it spreads as most of you know the the level that we've had in our country is very low and those people are getting better a we think that in almost all cases there the better getting we have a total of fifteen we took in some from Japan you heard about that because they're American citizens and they're in quarantine and they're getting better too but we felt we had an obligation to do that it could have been as many as forty two and we found that we were it was just an obligation we felt that we had we could have left them and that would have been very bad very bad I think Merican papal and they're recovering of the fifteen people three original fifteen as I call them eight of them have returned to their homes to stay in their homes until fully recovered one is in the hospital and five have fully recovered and one is we think in pretty good shape and did serve in between hospital and going home so we have a total of but we have a total of fifteen people and they're they're in the process of recovering with some already having fully recovered we started out by looking at certain things that we've been working with the hill very very carefully very strongly and I think we are very good bipartisan spirit for money we were asking for two and a half million and we think that's a lot but the Democrats and I guess senator Schumer wants is that much more than that and normally life I say we'll take it we'll take it if they want to give more will do more we're gonna spend whatever's appropriate hopefully we're not gonna have to spend so much because we really think we've done a great job in keeping it down to a minimum and again we've had tremendous success tremendous success beyond what people would have thought now the same time you do have some outbreaks in some countries Italy and various countries are having some difficulty China you know about where it started I spoke with president xi we had a great talk he's working very hard I have to say is working very very hard and if you can count on the reports coming out of China that spread has gone down quite a bit the infection seems to have calmed down over the last two days as opposed to getting larger it's actually gotten smaller in one instance where we think we can be it's somewhat reliable it seems to have gotten quite a bit smaller with respect to the money that said being negotiated they can do whatever they want I mean they can we'll do that don't have we're requesting two and a half some Republicans would like us to get four and some Democrats would like this to get eight to half and we'll be satisfied whatever whatever it is we're bringing in a specialist very highly regarded specialist tomorrow who works actually at the state department very very tremendously talented in doing this I want you to understand something that shocked me when I saw that I spoke with the doctor felt she on this and I was really amazed and I think most people are amazed to hear that the flu in our country kills from twenty five thousand people to sixty nine thousand people a year that was shocking to me and so far if you look at what we have with the fifteen people and their recovery one is one is pretty sick but the hopefully we'll recover but the others are in great shape but think of that twenty five thousand to sixty nine thousand over the last ten years we've lost three hundred and sixty thousand these are people that have died from the flu from what we call the flu Hey did you get your flu shot and that something now what we've done is we've stopped non US citizens from coming into America from China that was done very early on with screening people we have been at a very high level of screening people coming into the country from infected areas we have in quarantine those infected and those at risk we have a lot of great quarantine facilities for rapidly developing vaccine and they can speak to you the professionals can speak to you about that the vaccine is coming along well and speak into the doctors with like this is something that we can develop fairly rapidly a vaccine for the future and coordinate with the support of our partners we have great relationships with all of the countries that we're talking about some it's fairly large number of countries so much one person and many countries have no problem whatsoever and we'll see what happens but we're very very ready for this for anything whether it's going to be a break out of larger proportions or whether or not where you know we're at that very low level and we want to keep it that way so we're at the low level as they get better we take them off the list so that we're going to be pretty soon at only five people that we could be at just one or two people over the next short period of time so we've had very good luck the Johns Hopkins I guess it is a highly respected great place they did it is still a a study comprehensive the country's best and worst prepared for an epidemic and the United States is now we were rated number one we're rated number one for being prepared this is a list of different doctors and I want to get in your special food for the fifty giga this is a list of the different countries United States is rated number one most prepared United Kingdom Netherlands Australia Canada Thailand Sweden Denmark South Korea Finland
'Multiple people' killed in shooting at Molson Coors facility in Milwaukee
"The mayor of Milwaukee confirming multiple fatalities of a shooting at the Molson Coors breweries after there are multiple people who have died I believe including the shooter Tom Barrett didn't give any more details about how many people were dead though there are multiple reports of at least seven deaths he said police are still sweeping the facility and the situation
Police respond to active shooter situation in Milwaukee
"There is a breaking news story that we need to pass along immediately Molson Coors is reporting that they have an active shooter situation at the Milwaukee headquarters this is the old Miller cores headquarters down in Miller valley use the information that we have is that this is not at the brewery complex but it's right next door at the office complex most of course of course is the name of the parent company the Miller course headquarters in Milwaukee you have gone through all of these names field Miller brewing headquarters in Miller valley in Milwaukee at State Street there has been responsible number of law enforcement agencies and the state was issued to employees on social media and from MillerCoors Molson Coors indicating that they indicating that they have an active shooter situation and everyone has been urge I told to stay in their offices and lock the
"molson coors" Discussed on Snacks Daily
"This is Jack and this is snacks. Daily it is Wednesday February nineteen second day of the week. The weeks already halfway over. I loved three day weekends. Did I mentioned that. Good timing because this is the best next daily. We have ever whipped up. Jack I storer first story. Molson coors the beer company. Nick I didn't tell you this before the pod multiple cores officially changed. Its name to Molson cores beverage company. They finally jumped into the Seltzer game. Hard we're looking at. How busy will stand out post white class summer? Or is this a preview? Busy Spring Jack. I see what you did. There are people at Boston are pretty pumped litter reversal. Second-story Jack it's time to decide. If Uber lift are good or bad for society spoiler alert snappers. Good if you use uber bad for everyone else like our moms third and final story Walmart just announced its quarterly earnings but looking at all the startups that the world's biggest retailer has murdered. It's an innovation vampire. We're getting into that more Jack. It's kind freaky. I was thinking Demento or not innovation vampire innovation. Would you too many Harry Potter? We did we did like a reflection on. This won't snappers before we jump all that we gotta talk about how? General Mills is struggling with cereal sales. So it's offering some really expensive cereal. As a result you know that old adage if people aren't buying something Jack up the price on it basically customers don't want the soggy bread soaked in milk which is a serial so it's raising the price of thirteen dollars. A box for one price raises like that tend to work and things like perfume or jewelry or wine. You don't want to impress your date with the twenty twenty reserve collection of Pino agree. Now you're going with the nine thousand nine hundred five Chateau Cheval Cabernet with a little bit of reserve are old trick out of college was ordered the second cheapest thing on the menu but not the cheapest thing so Jack Curious about this new serial general mills. Don't call it a serial if they're calling it morning summit it comes in and a thirteen dollars a box and it looks like a bowl of cereal. Got Sprayed Brag granola fire extinguisher. I approve sounds like a documentary about Mount Everest. Less like a serial got gourmet. Nuts dried cranberries toasted pumpkin seeds almond and then finally cereal flakes. We were shocked. They didn't throw in coconut shavings. What were they thinking on this serial flakes mentioned at the end? It seems like they're almost embarrassed to mention the word. Serial General Mills like corporate. Made us do it honestly. This stuff looks really good though. It looks like it'd be served at like an Austrian Alpine. Bnb You get stuck on an island for three years. All you need is one bowl. This thing it'll carry.
"molson coors" Discussed on AP News
"Pot infused. Drinks could soon be sold in Canada Molson Coors says it's Canadian division will. Partner with Canadian hot producer hydro Pathak Kerry to develop a non alcoholic drink containing marijuana recreational. Marijuana becomes legal in Canada in October and, consumable forms of the drug will. Be legal there in twenty nineteen. Molson Coors Canada will hold a. Fifty seven point five percent controlling stake in the standalone joint venture hydro Pathak Carey will own the remaining ownership, interest the deal is expected to close before the end of September AP radio news. I Tim McGuire in Hawaii A military band plays as honor guards made up of marine sailors soldiers and airmen escort flag draped caskets through thought to contain the remains of.
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"Infused drinks could soon be sold in Canada Molson Coors says. It's Canadian division will partner with Canadian. Pot producer hydro Papa, Kerry to develop a non, alcoholic drink containing. Marijuana recreational, marijuana becomes legal. In Canada. In October. And consumable forms of the drug will be legal there in twenty nineteen. Molson Coors Canada will hold a fifty seven point five percent controlling. Stake in the standalone joint venture hydro Papa Carey will, own the remaining. Ownership interest the deal is expected to close before the end of September A new cookbook claims the first key lime pie was made. A New York. Back in. The nineteen thirties but author, David Sloan says that's just not. True and says he knows the dessert's origin story and it started much earlier than. That with fishermen in, the Florida Keys people are the keys believe that the first key, lime pie was invented by, spongers, sponge fishermen, who. Went out on the raft for several days and took supplies we think that they took stale Cuban bread and kind of moisture ended up with sweetened. Condensed milk and then took wild, bird eggs maybe a while turtle eggs we some lime over it let it sit in the. Sun, and there you had the first key lime pies. Low knows his key lime pie he wrote the book the key west key lime pie cookbook extensively researching the pies beginnings but, the. Cookbook from pastry chef Stella parks claims the first recipe was developed by the board and milk company in the nineteen thirties as a way to sell one of, its main ingredients condensed milk but Sloan says that's not true and that this is a case of. Cultural appropriation someone's trying to take away the Florida Keys culture And I'm not going to stand for Sloan says the keys signature dessert was perfected in the late eighteen hundreds in key west by. A woman named Sally in two, thousand six Florida voted key lime pies the state's official desert with a celebration staged in key west The Trump administration is taking some heat for not taking a harsher stance against Russia over interference. In the upcoming, elections AP's Jackie Quinn reports that heat is coming from, both sides of the political aisle national intelligence director Dan Coats says they are still seeing activity from a so-called Russian troll farm whose members were, recently indicted in the special counsel investigation vice President Mike Pence says he's confident officials can prevent, further meddling by, foreign agents but Missouri democrat Senator Claire mccaskill said that Russian hackers try to infiltrate her Senate computer network in twenty seventeen New Hampshire democrat Jeanne Shaheen says mccaskill isn't the only, one and that somebody needs, to be accountable for cybersecurity across the government Jackie Quinn Washington Hi I'm making crane AP digital manager and host of, the podcast ground game a look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections it's available on apple, podcasts and podcast one while, you're there be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the, podcast ground game AP.