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"molson coors campus" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Him is that it's not going to trial sooner I you know you're left with the situation where the government is going to be allowed to introduce whatever belated evidence they come up with a cell you're not the choice would you go to trial within a couple weeks to get information to get a legitimate date federal prosecutors say another superseding indictment alleging yet another victim in the case could be coming forward soon senator Elizabeth Warren dropped out of the presidential race today telling reporters outside of a home in Massachusetts she's not looking back with remorse I have no regrets at all it has been an honor of a lifetime warranty so she won't be endorsing anyone at least today she did dismally on super Tuesday finishing third in her home state and fourth in her native state of Oklahoma Crain's Chicago reporting that mayor Lori Lightfoot is preparing to throw her support behind Joe Biden Biden is said to be in Chicago a week from tomorrow for a fundraiser and potential a public event congressman Sean Casten is also added his name to the growing list of local lawmakers backing by did meanwhile senator Bernie Sanders is hosting an event in millennium park this weekend he'll be in Rockford next week Milwaukee police are releasing a possible motive behind a mass shooting on the Molson Coors campus last month she thought funded moralis says it was mental health issues not racism that led to the shooting at the brewery complex the gunmen fifty one year old Anthony Ferrell was black four of his co workers who were killed were white and the fifth Latino police issued a statement warning the public not to assume Ferrell had been racially harassed even though the company confirmed a noose was placed in his locker five years ago Ferrell did not leave a note and the on going investigation is expected to take several more weeks Kim Gordon WGN news former congressman Anthony shock make that Aaron Schock resigned his post following an investigation into lavish spending including decorating his office to look like the set of the TV show Downton abbey has come out as gay in a social media posting in the post he says if I were in Congress today I would support LGBTQ rights in every way I could I realize that some of my political positions run very much counter to the mainstream of the LG G. B. T. Q. community movement and I respect them for those differences I hope people will allow me the same as part of an agreement last year federal prosecutors dropped all corruption charges against the former congressman former head of United auto workers Gary Jones is among several U. A. W. senior officials federally indicted for corruption alleging that they obtained up to a million dollars from the union through a master account for conferences and hotels tens of thousands of dollars allegedly given to vendors for cigars clothing and golf outings Jones resigned his post back in November bunch after the FBI raided.
"molson coors campus" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Bernie isn't is a risky choice. He has not been supportive of an awful lot of stuff. We've done things he's proposing. He's a good guy but his healthcare plan is not going anywhere. Joe is a friend of mine and a decent guy but that is not the voting record or the history that is going to excite people. Bring them into the political process. And beat Trump Bernie and I agree on a lot of things but I think I would make better president than Bernie Bernie Sanders at this moment. He's the Marcia Marcia Marcia the Democratic Party the name on everyone's mind beyond the horse race what are the voters on the ground talking about what issues are motivating them and who in this race do they believe can solve those big problems who they believe can beat? Donald Trump joining us to separate the signal from the noise and help us understand. The news is a powerhouse pair of reporters. Jenny Medina is national politics reporter covering twenty twenty based on the West Coast for the New York Times. She is with us today from Los Angeles welcomed on Point Jenny. Thank you so much for having me and coming on the show from Washington DC. The Nation's capital Sung Men Kim. She's the White House reporter covering Capitol Hill for the Washington Post sung-min glad to have you on once more. Hi thanks for having me. Why don't we start with a question from a listener of Brenda calls in from North Andover Massachusetts. She has a question about the democratic. Party's reaction to a very specific candidate. Why is the Democratic Party so afraid of Bernie Sanders nomination When you take that Jenny answer that question for us we heard a little bit from Jim. Clyburn talking about House members concerns. What about the party? Generally it's such a great question and I think that one thing that we are hearing a lot from the establishment and for people like representative clyborn. Is this fear that of Sanders. Nomination will hurt down ballot races so it will hurt people running in congressional districts that had flipped from Republican to Democrat in the midterms or that he will just. You know hurt the party in any race. That is not the presidential. There's also of course this fear that he can't bring out swing voters in various swing states and the Sanders response the campaign's response to that has been. Well we're going to motivate a whole new section of voters and that record so far in the primaries it's been a little bit mixed thinking ahead so we heard about South Carolina Super Tuesday. Just a few days away. I'm reading here. The states that are involved include Alabama Arkansas California Colorado Democrats Abroad Expats Maine Massachusetts Minnesota North Carolina Oklahoma Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont and the Commonwealth of Virginia Sung men. Kim As we think about it You know these are different parts of the country so they may not be unified. But we've we've seen some interesting things Come into play. Are there commonalities here? That candidates are stressing as they look to this broad swath of votes or are they regionalizing issues and concerns. Are they customizing them for the different states involved? Thanks largely. You've seen similar the same messages that you've seen as Dave as as as they campaigned through the early states. I'm you're hearing the electability arguments from Some of the more moderate candidates you're hearing about You know the issues of issues I'd Jenny mentioned about What Bernie Sanders has been emphasizing his ability to bring out a new generation of voters. But what you're also seeing now as the race gets a little tighter and we're getting to that point where we really do need to winnow down the list of the the list of The candidates that are out there is a stronger contrast between candidates who normally weren't willing to make such contrast before and I'm thinking particularly of Elizabeth. Warren who really does need stronger showing. She's getting a lot of attention. She has gotten a lot of a rave reviews clearly. A lot of fundraising boost for her debate performances in these last two debates. But you're seeing now. I mean not only she going after Michael Bloomberg who she clearly has a has a really difference in policy view with but also Making much sharper contrast with Bernie Sanders that she had before you just heard on the clip that you played earlier that she says while she may share a lot of the policy visions of policy views as a senator sanders. She's the one who can get it done. And now that we're kind of in this crunch time where not only Are the candidates making affirmative case for themselves? But they're really sharp contrast with each other and the state that I'm going to be really watching on that on that Super Tuesday is California. Obviously the most delegates up for stake on a stale on a day where are ready a third of all the delegates are up for grabs and Senator Sanders has been leading significantly in pulling in that state and If he does well It and depending on how he doesn't other states of course but that's going to be a really a key state to keep an eye on on Tuesday Jenny. You posted a fascinating story In the wee hours of this morning about Elizabeth Warren about what she represents to women and how they've followed her seemingly Shall we say slightly wilting fortunes in in recent weeks tell us what you found your reporting so this story was sort of something that? I've been collecting in my notebook for some time and Elizabeth. Warren Cert- Polling has gone down to her standing has gone down in the race. I've noticed even at her own rally. Is this sort of sense of despair particularly from women who really see themselves in her people who are college educated people who have spent some time in the workforce people who really women who really thought they had a fair shot and then something happened to make them think you know sexism is on. Genie is alive and well and those women really feel bereft and and quite depressed to see that Warren has not been doing all that well doing well at all in any of the first states And it's particularly interesting to in California where her fortunes night bump up a little bit polling has shown her doing well enough to get some delegates in California but for women who see her as the sort of potential savior or this fascinating important. Character are really saddened to see that in the early states. She has pulled she is coming in third and fourth place. Sung men want to turn now to the question of gun violence. We obviously had an incident. in Wisconsin at the molson coors campus in Milwaukee in which an electrician. Who WORKED THERE FOR NEW At that campus for nearly twenty years. killed five people and then took his own life a terrible and deadly event the question of guns itself Important for some voters certainly the question of of gun violence important for most Americans one way or another but it's been a slightly divisive one on the campaign trail right. You've had Joe Biden in particular hit Bernie Sanders for his early support of gun rights as a congressman and as a senator in Vermont Bloomberg of course as many millions of dollars behind the question of gun control. I believe in the nine figures over the years And yet has been very quiet about it of late towards sanders. Can you talk to me? A little bit about that dynamic. Why WOULDN'T BE PEOPLE BE HITTING SANDERS? A little harder. And how does this play for the man who appears to be the front runner right now? That's actually a really good question. Because earlier in his congressional career Bernie Sanders has been Has BEEN SUPPORTIVE OF POSITIONS? That are more friendly towards gun rights owners and he's rationalized by saying. Vermont is largely still a very rural state respective of gun rights. He does tout that he has. I believe he says A. D. Plus from the NRA but most Democrats would be proud to touted f from the NRA so You're third exactly And he has his is back in the. It's mostly in the early nineties when there is a major debate over the assault weapons ban and whatnot and the and the key. Vote that The device before vice president has gone after Sanders for is that vote on liability for gun. Manufacturers. He mentioned it a little bit at the Nevada debate and much more so this most recent debate in South Carolina to make that contrast To to make that contrast with Senator Sanders. But you're right about Bloomberg I mean we've seen the former New York City mayor not have the sharpest a debate performances. Shall we say but that issue of guns is where really he could? He can can and should have gone on the offensive against some of his other candidates because he does have a lot of weaknesses in his record of he is as you know. Congressman Clyburn pointed out earlier. He is a recent convert to the Democratic Party. He has supported Republicans in the past a lot of things in its history that has been a major target point for other candidates but on his record of combating gun violins and climate change. Those are two issues where other Democratic candidates have praised him on and it is surprising how he's not emphasizing that more obviously his ads do but he himself especially these debates has not promoted that part of his record and gun violence while it is a salient issue all across the country As we have seen tragically over the last several years it especially as true In a Lotta in a couple of these past Early nominating contest certainly in South Carolina with tragedy in two thousand fifteen and in Nevada With the with the shooting at the country music festival a couple years ago So it really is We we saw a lot. We saw in earlier debates whether it was where it was much more debated issue. I remember Former congressman. We're talking about a gun registry and whatnot but the issue has gone a little bit quieter as other issues. I've come to the fore. Just as Joe Biden has been looking to get to South Carolina hoping to propel him to Super Tuesday. Be Interesting to see what Mike Bloomberg does in his you know. Given whatever performance he's able to elicit from Super Tuesday noticed in recent days. He's given a number of significant sit down interviews with PBS's Judy Woodruff with sixty minutes. Scott Pelley that'll be a broadcast on Sunday a coming out To be interviewed in ways that he really hadn't In recent days Jenny Medina you also on the campaign trail in your reporting come across immigration coming up in a way that we haven't really heard so much about from the candidates lately. How are voters talking about it? In California immigration of course is a huge issue and the same is true in Nevada. Were spent a lot of time before the the caucus there. It's an issue that a lot of people it affects their lives. They have relatives who are here undocumented. And there's a lot of frustration particularly people in the immigrant activists community that it hasn't been spoken about at all on the debate stage or hardly at all since the first debate. And it's interesting to see whether it will be interesting to watch whether that changes. There's no debate between now and Super Tuesday when both California and Texas votes but there is a debate scheduled with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus before Arizona. Where I suspect that will come up and I just wanted to mention back on California one of the things. That's so interesting here is how much Bloomberg has blanketed the Airways and tried to be sort of all things to all people. He's talked about gun control. He's talked about his experiences mayor. He's got an ad in heavy rotation features women Praising him profusely to sort of buttress. The claims that he's had problems with women who worked for him in the past. He's Yes exactly are and I'm very interested to see how well he does or doesn't do here on Super Tuesday and you think regardless of what happens. He's persevering he's got the money God knows he certainly has made it clear that he wants to persevere and he said that there's essentially almost no limit to how much many can and will spend all right. I want to turn now to something. That will probably hear a lot more about on the campaign trail. But we're not so much a political issue so much as a national issue and that's the question of The Corona virus and the government's response to it. We spent a decent chunk of time on it yesterday on point. A Germany Co nine dyke is a senior fellow at the Center for Global Development. He's director Foreign Disaster Assistance for USA. Id from two thousand thirteen to two thousand seventeen under the Obama Administration and he spoke with my point colleague. Meghna Chakrabarti yesterday about the federal response to Corona virus. The headline messaging from the government for the past month has been that things are under control and there is a low risk and If we begin seeing if we were to begin seeing widespread in the United States I think that would look quite out of touch and that actually would spark more panic than if they had been saying You know we are doing our best. We are doing our best to contain it. We will not be able to contain it forever and you need to be prepared for disruption and we will let you know when we have turned that Corner Sung men..
"molson coors campus" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set of screener questions then zero in on qualified candidates in an online dashboard get started and I. D. E. dot com slash higher Vandervell WGN traffic central forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center here's Paul Conrad cold conditions continue but a warm up is on the way I'm Paul Conrad in the WGN weather center today partial sunshine temperatures near thirty but wind chills only into the upper teens hi partly cloudy skies we see a flurry or two with low temperatures into the mid to upper teens for tomorrow look for morning snow showers specially in the western sections of Chicago land and then the clouds will decrease through the day with daytime high readings again maxing out right around the thirty degree mark sunshine for Saturday daytime high reading in the mid thirties and a nice warm up on the way for Sunday we'll see sunshine and temperatures that could climb into the mid fifties from the WGN weather center I'm Paul Conrad twenty seven right now at o'hare and midway it is twenty eight it Gerry twenty six at Chicago's lakefront we've been watching Wall Street this week obviously the free fall continued today especially in the early going the Dow was down about nine hundred fifty points at one time over worries over the corona virus it is coming back a little bit it is down now five hundred and fifteen point six one point nine percent the nasdaq down to ten that's still two point three percent of the dollars lost more than eight percent of its value this week we will check in on the numbers again in just a couple of minutes democratic presidential candidates are weighing in on the mass shooting at the Molson Coors campus in Milwaukee the walkie is the host city for the DNC.
"molson coors campus" Discussed on WTVN
"B. C. news Ryan burrow he is on the scene so as we understand it this morning Ryan at least eight people shot and six were killed of those the numbers you still have this morning small correction is hello and that includes the bond that nobody else will get okay that's good news if you if you want to look at it optimistically but what was here now is this got made fifty one year old workers here and and employee opened fire on coworkers fatally shooting five of them before turning the gun on himself by the time police involved they said he had not suffered from bad self inflicted gunshot wound the wide field kind of off the new year we were initially told that this was a worker who had just been fired even as soon as I did so a little bit earlier in the day and may still a better uniforms absolutely not conforming that right now if they are to be horizontal evidence not only here at the at the Molson Coors campus but as well as a residence on the northwest side that that may belong to the the suspect yeah how big a places that that Molson Coors brewery campus about eighty acres it does include a full our brewery as well as numerous office buildings that fact the police chief told us yesterday there were dozens upon dozens of buildings that they had to go through the clear fourteen hundred employees out at they weren't officially cleared out until nine o'clock at night of the shooting happened at about two in the afternoon so it took them a long time you can bet the gauge is going to be long and slow as well yes we understand that they're shut down for at least the rest of the week yeah that's what the the studio side just so that the people can cope I mean they want not only the five victims but a coworker who was the guy that as well so they're dealing with a lot we do not have the names of the shooter or the victims at this point it doesn't sound like we're gonna get that so maybe another day or so yeah it is curious to run I mean I I don't want to be in the speculation business but if this was a recent ex employee seems like the motive would be pretty easy to figure out ward said and we want to put it in a box right we want to say well this happened because of accidents happen because of why it's just human nature but at this point police just can't you know check that off is the official reason they're gonna go through documents off the home they're gonna look older work history and just see if that lines up but there wasn't something else and if you don't know if these flights will all get a bloody reason I favour just randomly in the way of this god that when he entered the building so what you what do you know about who's doing investigation is it F. B. I. is it just Wisconsin state police who who's actually following up on this there is there's no would be Milwaukee police department is the lead I can tell you that the F. B. I. each year the ATF is here and the sheriff's office each year as well with their command units are they're all working hand in hand but so far the face of this investigation I obeyed the police department and then what was the response time like I mean we've had other instances were I mean it just is so quickly the police are on the scene what how long did it take them to get on the scene yesterday yeah open nine one zero on the first call came in at about two OO eight it sounds as though at least all rights you're very shortly after I do this is that a pretty large business park and they may have bed nearby we don't know there was a confrontation with the security at the building here he was at the building but that by the time police arrived at they came across this fifty one year old gunmen got already and that as they entered the building they found excited that the respect for the folks like yourselves up it sounds at least find out why it went pretty quickly I got chips Ryan thank you very much for the update this morning that's Ryan burrow live in Milwaukee this morning on news radio six ten W. T. eight forty here is traffic and weather we update every ten minutes on the tens from ten star heating and cooling.
"molson coors campus" Discussed on Life Together
"Welcome welcome back. Welcome home this is Deanna and we WANNA thank you for being a part of the life together podcast. Before we get into this week's teaching with Pastor Tom we want you to know that you matter to God and you matter to us. Live together is a Wednesday evening gathering for Worship Bible Study and Community Ali Assembly of God here in Oak Creek Wisconsin. We pray that this week's message is life giving encouraging challenging and possibly even life changing. Well good evening everybody. It's good to see you good to see you back. Welcome to live together. Thank you for inviting somebody come somebody to come with you tonight if you accepted an invitation to be with us together. We are so glad that you are here so we are going to deviate tonight from our sermon on the Mount Series because of what has happened in our city today. That many of you watched unfold on the news. This afternoon for me was typical Wednesday afternoon. As seven. O'clock grows closer and closer. There's little things to be done to get ready for this evening with you. Making sure that everything is ready and I was just walking out here in the foyer and Dorothy one of our longtime church family members came in the door and she said pastor. Tom Have you heard about the shooting? And at that point I hadn't I'm guessing most of you have heard but maybe you haven't There was a terrible mass shooting in our city this afternoon. It's a horrible day for those who have a direct connection this happened at the Molson coors campus. We know it better in Milwaukee the Miller brewery campus. It's a horrible day for employees. It's a horrible day for our city. It's a horrible day for our our state just a few minutes ago. I was watching as the police. Chief came on and gave the first briefing from law enforcement on this. He said that at two. Oh eight this afternoon. The Police Department received a call of a shooting on state street at the Molson coors what we know as the Miller. Brewery campus with the police can tell us now. Is that a fifty one year old man. He was He died of a self inflicted gunshot wound. Apparently after killing five other people on that brewery campus and the initial appearance is that all who are involved are employees so the initial information would show this what happened. Today was terrible act of workplace violence. Six people died including the shooter. There may be others who are injured. An employee taking the life of other employees. So we'll get more details over the next few days and and a lot of those details for some those are going to be very important details from where we sit tonight. That campus is only twelve miles away and we are a church of several thousand people. It's said that Milwaukee is a big city. That often feels like a small town. You ever feel that way you go to picking save and you run into like three or four people that you know way. This is Milwaukee City of a million. Some people and I run into three people. I know at the grocery store that feels more like a small town in a big city. So Milwaukee this big city that often feels like a small town so as details emerge in the coming days we will find out that there are connections to this church community of what happened just a few short miles away from here and some of you may be working at some point in your pastor. You work near there. We know there are other businesses. That are close spy. Maybe you have a business. You're part of a business. That's done business there. You know the campus you delivered their. You've dropped off there. You have relatives that work there and there are questions. The police have still not publicly stated as we gather tonight the police have not yet publicly stated. The names of the shooter or the victims. And if if you know someone who works. Maybe you're here tonight and and you haven't received confirmation that the person you know that the person that you care about is safe when you think about these five people who woke up this morning and got ready for their day much like you and I got ready for our day. I don't know what their households look like. But if there's a family in their household they kiss their spouse goodbye. Say Goodbye to the kids just like you and I do every day. What feels like routine. In all of a sudden everything gets turned upside down and today. We're talking about this in the context of what happened just a few hours ago but some of you have lived this and other in other ways in life where something happened on a day and there was nothing to indicate that the day would be any different from any other day and you were at work and you got a call that suddenly flipped everything for you. Are you went to the doctor for what you thought was a routine physical and something was uncovered? That completely changed everything you received the call. Any one of us are our entire world could be turned upside down in a phone. Call that we receive here tonight. We are not guaranteed tomorrow. We've okay I don't want to make us our family sound like we're more than than we are because we do our devotion in the morning but it is a battle. Okay Jennifer and I. We have four kids eight six three and four months and we try to do devotions in the morning and it usually involves like a lot of yelling like be quiet. Did you hear anything that mom just said this morning we actually read it twice because no one was listening and then we all say we have the kids each say a small prayer and it's been a battle to get our three year old to pray about something other than going to the bathroom. I mean I- i- I distinctly. Remember this morning praying with our kids and I said God thank you for today. Thank you for today. My friend Kim Lopez here was something that she often praises. Thank you for waking us up in the morning. Thank you for another. I hear. Kim where are you right? Did I say that right? Thank you for waking me up this morning every day that we have is precious and some of you some of us. We've learned this the hard way. Some of us have learned this the hard way. The police chief described what happened as a terrible day for Milwaukee ins before the police chief even came on the news to give us these first pieces of information. The president of the United States president trump was giving a briefing on new information about the corona virus and before the president got into the remarks about the corona virus. He began his comments from the White House with talking about Milwaukee President trump saying that he extends his deepest condolences. Milwaukee into Wisconsin describing. What happened as a wicked murderer? Took lives when this happens or when something like this happens. We have questions like who and what. And where? And how and why. We know that employees at their desk they received email and phone alerts that there was an active shooter somewhere on their workplace campus. They were told that they needed to take cover. We think of the families of the deceased we think the law enforcement and we think of the first responders. Some of you know that used to work in news before I fell the calling the come into ministry and I've seen this from the perspective of a news reporter and someone asked me tonight. Well what would go through your mind when you were covering situation like this when we watch this unfold on the news and I think are just here in our own city in a creek. We had the Sikh temple shooting. That's even closer just a few blocks from where we are right now when we watch this unfold on the news we see police cars and fire trucks and guys in vests and helmets and we see emergency vehicles and we see police tape. What I keep in mind that beyond this perimeter that we see on for the on the pictures that we see in the news somewhere on that campus is a room or a series of rooms or a building where there is a horrific scene and I think about the people who put on a badge put on a uniform who go in and they see things that they cannot unseat so we pray for our law enforcement officers we pray for our first responders who go in when everyone else is coming out and even right now as we're sitting here. This is an active situation where they are interview where they have not allowed employees to go home many of the people who work on that campus. The one thousand employees many of them are still there being asked questions as they're trying to piece together. What happened during a time like this? Maybe you're dealing with some of these questions questions like how could a good God allow evil? Why doesn't he do something about it? Why doesn't God do something about it? Couldn't have God just created a world without evil. You may be wrestling with some of those questions. And if you're not someone in your life is and you're going to go back to where you work tomorrow and this is going to be something that people are talking about and super those of us who are followers of Christ you and I. We have a choice for how we are going to respond. And how are we are going to speak into the lives of the people that we cross paths with so first of all? Let me just say it is okay. It is a good thing to honestly Russell with these questions are loving heavenly. Father is so good that we don't have to put on a face for him if we have a question if we are wrestling with something do we think that. God can't take it. We can bring our doubts. We can bring our questions. We can bring our fears. We can bring our curiosity to our heavenly father. And if you read through God's word when you read through God's word when you read through the Psalms you see that people like David people like Jeremiah. They wrestled with these same questions. The questions of why is there in this world? Wise they're suffering. Why do good things? Why do bad things happen to good people? Why do people that seem like? They're so morally corrupt. Why do they get ahead? When people that are following God seem to only get put down. Those are questions that people have been wrestling with from the beginning of time.
"molson coors campus" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Lot of position papers and documents on where these candidates stand a lot of issues that I care about and I've got it nailed down to just a couple folks right now and I hope to early next we'd make a decision once again a reminder you cannot mail your ballot back at this point you have to drop it off and you've got until Tuesday at seven PM to do so Milwaukee police still trying to piece together the events leading up to a mass shooting in the five victims and the gunman dead at the Molson Coors campus Milwaukee police say when they first arrived they I found the body of the fifty one year old suspected gunmen dead of an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound police chief Alfonso Morales says they found five victims in the extensive search of the campus there's over a thousand employees there's multiple buildings more than twenty buildings we have to secure Wisconsin governor Tony either so it is a tragedy for marquee yes but it's a tragedy for the entire state of Wisconsin all of the victims were employees of Molson course Ribeiro A. B. C. news the department of education is moving to stop the rise of sexual assaults in public school secretary Betsy device has announced a new initiative that enhances the enforcement of title nine in K. through twelve schools she says parents shouldn't have to think twice about their child child safety while on school grounds well this is a bizarre story rats killing the trees in downtown Denver trash needles human waste all issues that prompted the health department to close this park the wastes of course what was likely attracting rats to the park many of the city's homeless of long camped out here and garbage has been an issue so much so those roads were taking up residence in a couple of trees here.
"molson coors campus" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Officials advocated to slow the spread of infection studies found the outbreak could have been prevented if the state had acted faster number three with hundreds more virus cases reported today in South Korea and China worries about infection and containment spread across the globe with Brazil confirming Latin America's first case the virus has reached every continent but Antarctica five people in the shooter were killed in a shooting at the Molson Coors campus in Milwaukee yesterday the suspect a fifty one year old man who was found dead of an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound he was also an active employee Gavin Hattersley is CEO of all some course already chose to speak to some of the employees of personal care when I arrived to the seasoning and I'd like to thank them for their for their bravery and it really is very important that we keep them all close nearby schools and local businesses are placed in lockdown for several hours the house has overwhelmingly passed a bill to make a lynching a federal hate crime bringing a legislative effort that has repeatedly failed in the past one step closer to becoming law the Emmett till anti lynching act which passed on a for ten to four vote is named for the fourteen year old black teenager from Chicago whose brutal murder in Mississippi in nineteen fifty five helped spark the civil rights movement call it a career for tennis great Maria Sharapova the thirty two year old revealed in a Vanity Fair article she's calling it quits Sharapova said she knew her career was over when she was thrashed by Serena Williams six one six one at last year's U. S. open Sharapova won five grand slam titles in her career she probably earn more endorsements than zero more yeah way more than it should do well yeah thanks in twenty three minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next tick tock is too popular with kids offer not valid in all states or where prohibited by law loans are subject.
"molson coors campus" Discussed on 5 Things
"They never will president. Donald Trump also spoke out sending his condolences to the victims and their families. I'd like to extend my deepest condolences to the victims and families in Milwaukee Wisconsin earlier today. Wicked murderer opened fire at a Molson coors brewing company plant. Taking the lives of five people. Number of people were wounded. Some badly wounded our hearts break for them and their loved ones stay with USA Today Dot Com for more on this developing story. Thursday will be the first full day that Vice President. Mike Pence will lead the trump administration's response to the corona virus. Outbreak pens publicly accepted the role on Wednesday. I look forward Mister President to serving in this role bringing together All the members of the corona task. Force that you've established. Hhs CDC DHS. The department's transportation and state critics though have faulted pens for his response as Indiana Governor to the nation's first issue outbreak linked to the injection of oral painkillers in two thousand fifteen pence initially opposed allowing a clean needle exchange that health officials advocated for slowing the spread of infection. Meanwhile President Donald Trump had previously been criticized by some for not doing enough to prepare for a potential. Us outbreak but he stressed on Wednesday that the US is ready. We have through some very good early decisions decisions. That were actually ridiculed. At the beginning. We CLOSED UP OUR BORDERS. Two 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 that early and we did. And who 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. And that's the way have you 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 in the world. Right here. The people that are called upon by other countries when things like this happen. But we're very very ready for this for anything whether it's going to be a breakout of larger proportions or whether or not where You know we're at that very low level and we WANNA keep it. The Corona virus case numbers have risen outside of mainland China over the past week in ways previously not seen South Korea has reached the largest number of confirmed cases outside of China just under sixteen hundred and Italy has had more than four hundred. Fifty cases confirmed most of which over just the past few days marking the first major European outbreak. Meanwhile South America the last inhabited continent without a single case of the virus. Got Its first on Wednesday in Brazil but the rate of new cases on the whole has been steady in recent weeks for over a month cases were rising at three to four thousand new cases a day worldwide. That number has been closer to a thousand a day. Over the past week there have now been roughly eighty two thousand confirmed cases with around two thousand eight hundred debts and nearly thirty three thousand four. Recovery's let's talk about math. American high school students are struggling with it particularly compared to other countries and as USA. Today's Erin Richards explained to our clear Thornton. It has a lot to do with how we teach it so Erin. How is the US fairing in math? Compared to other countries one of the problems with math education in America is that it's very focused on wrote procedures and a lot of practice and when kids who are good at math are stuck with practicing fifty questions that they already know how to do. It can be a real turn off and for kids who don't consider themselves to be good at math practicing those same rope procedures over and over can be a real turn off and so- math experts say that by changing math to be more. Integrative and to include all these different ways of solving problems and diving deep and collaborate with with your peers on complex issues that relate to the real world. That's the way to keep kids engaged with math. So it's not just about raising test scores. It's about keeping people involved in problem solving and big picture thinking through the way that we teach about in the story you talk about something called the geometry sandwich that's something that the US does what is it. And what are other countries doing differently? In most American high schools. Many ninth grade students take Algebra one and then in tenth grade. They take geometry and then in eleventh grade they take Algebra to an often something else maybe trigonometry. Many other countries don't separate their math like that. They teach what's known here as integrated math. So you have math one math chuma three in every one of those years you get a little bit of Algebra and geometry and Statistics and probability and math experts that look at these systems around the world say for many students. That's a much better way to learn math. Because you're using all of these different types of mathematics to solve complex problems and to really problem solving and think critically and go deep and so that's what the. Us isn't doing that other countries are doing. You can find errands work on USA TODAY DOT COM Former Mayor of Baltimore Catherine Pugh is set to be sentenced on Thursday. Pugh faces charges that she illegally made some eight hundred thousand dollars by selling a self authored series of children's books to organisations tied to the city. The sixty nine year old resigned under pressure in May after it was revealed that her so-called healthy holly books were sold to nonprofits and organizations that did business with the city and the state the indictment alleges that she and a former city employee conspired to defraud buyers of the book to enrich themselves and advanced pews political career. The indictment says that many of the books were double sold or never delivered and that she used the prophets for her mayor campaign and to renovate a home. She pleaded guilty in November two federal conspiracy and tax evasion charges in a deal with prosecutors. They've asked the judge for a prison sentence of nearly five years. The NFL combine roles on Thursday as pro hopefuls. Get into on field workouts. From Thursday. Through Sunday players will run the forty yard dash and a number of drills as team scouts look on USA. Today Sports Michael Middle. Her shorts has three prospects to keep an eye on a lot of the focus. 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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 campus" Discussed on 600 WREC
"From trying to calm nerves over the corona virus with a briefing from the White House it may get fake it may get a little bigger may not get bigger at all we'll see what happens but regardless of what happens with totally prepared he announced vice president pence is going to take lead on government efforts to fight the disease the administration's asking for two and a half billion dollars to combat it but Senate Democrats have prepared their own package calling for eight and a half billion a male employee at the Molson Coors campus in Milwaukee opened fire today killing five then taking his own life speaking out after mayor Tom Barrett vice families six families actually agree we'll be breathing because of this horrific act of this individual none of the victims identified yet and no word on a motive America's listening to fox news ask questions titled the sweat off his brow our system hello four no matter the Vatican's all gone our system that we have all right if anything I would say I'm I believe in Craddick Condamine the black swan event is a highly improbable event with three characteristics it's unpredictable black swan event carries a massive impact concoct an explanation that makes it appear less random and more predictable than it really was at the time since the plot to destroy the Democratic Party in the plotting planning scheme down president Donald Trump it's not about government it's about how much teamwork in your business workers on the two workers enjoy and decent amount of the wealth that they R. creating let me share with I what the next step hello this is the second you never wanted except for the Democrats and it's becoming more more obvious exactly what I'm quite you're listening to ground zero black swan event being planned were they talking about it during the state of the union address well there's a video the governor's wife video where she's mimicking or mocking I guess the the leaders of the state of the union and she's actually reading their lips.
"molson coors campus" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"California where I really believe we put ourselves in jeopardy if we're not careful the way we run the campaign in the fall clearly elections matter. It's one thing to be in the minority of the House of Representatives. Another thing to be in the majority you clearly like being in the majority want to retain that is right status. I love being in love. Nancy Pelosi being speaker of the House. If we lose the house nomo Nancy Pelosi Speaker of the House. No more Jim Clyburn as rip of the House. I don't WanNa see that. Yeah all right Congressman Jim Clyburn as usual. Thanks so much for joining us. Appreciate it very much We have some breaking news right now coming into the situation room reports a fatality in Milwaukee. Wisconsin are now calling a critical incident. Our national correspondent Britain is monitoring the situation for us. What are you learning room? Yeah well this is a very fluid situation. That's happening there in Milwaukee on the molson coors campus. We know that there is just a large a federal and local police presence. There we know the ATF responded the FBI. And of course Milwaukee police calling this a critical incident the ATF saying that there was an active shooter. In fact we know from an affiliate as well. W I T I. That text messages were sent to employees saying there was an active shooter on campus and to find a safe place to remain in lockdown. Now the two affiliates of ours are reporting that there are fatalities. Cnn has not independently confirmed any particular number as of yet But we also know that the CEO of Molson Coors was at a distributors meeting held in Houston. That meeting was cut short. He got on a plane. He's headed back To to Milwaukee at this point two so certainly as you can see there from the images. There is just a lot going on. We're still trying to get more information. And we are expecting to hear from the Mayor of Milwaukee and just a short time but again the major headline there is that local affiliates. Two of them are reporting that there are a number of fatalities on the most in course campus. Which of course is a big landmark really for that area in Milwaukee has a burry where tourist visits certainly There would be a lot of people on that campus. Possibly at that time But we're still waiting to get off more confirmed information. We do know that there are reports of fatalities are Brin. We're GONNA continue to monitor the situation unfolding in Milwaukee. We'll get back to you. Thanks very much stay with us. We're also awaiting president trump's remarks from the White House about the corona virus. Lots of news going on. We'll be right back Sometimes democracy is a birthright sometimes. It is a gift. It's a fight and I'm asking you to stand and fight with me Michael Bloomberg. I'm bringing our country back together. This election is a referendum on the meaning of America. It is about what we will tell our children what we did at this time. This election is about whether we recognize that all groups who have been marginalized excluded scapegoated or far worse rise and fall together and that is our best hope standing together rejecting demagogues who tried to seduce us by dividing US and uniting behind the only shield that can protect us our common values as American citizens. And as God's children that is what this election is about and that is why. I'm running to repair the damage and to move our nation forward together. We will get it done. I'm Mike Bloomberg candidates. The president and I approve this message paid for by Mike Bloomberg Twenty Twenty again. We're continuing to monitor the breaking news out of Milwaukee Wisconsin. Where fatalities are now reported after a shooting incident at the most complex We'll update you on new information. We're getting standby for that. We're also standing by for president. Trump's remarks about the corona virus outbreak as of today there what sixty confirmed cases here in the United States and it just got these numbers eighty one thousand two hundred and forty four confirmed cases globally worldwide. Two thousand seven hundred sixty nine deaths mostly in China but they are spreading in other countries as well joining us now. Democratic Representative Debbie Dingle of Michigan. He questioned health and Human Services Secretary Alex as our during a House Committee hearing earlier today congresswoman. Thanks so much for joining us. Based on what you heard during this testimony during this briefing is the administration prepared to handle the threat of this corona votes. I don't want to start any kind of panic in this country but I think that we're asking a lot of questions. Were worried about the supply chain and yesterday in testimony before the Senate. He talked about masks two different kinds. And how many would be needed. And what the availability would be in this country. We do need to worry that if we do have an increased significant rise. Do we have but we need for medical professionals. We need straight guidance on when you need to wear a mask and when you don't if you are just an ordinary citizen like someone like me. We have to make sure that we're not discriminating against people Asian communities talking about hate incidences. Now they're not going to restaurants but we gotta use commonsense and we could start with just making sure that we wash our hands frequently and that anybody who hasn't had the flu shot gets the flu shot but I am worried and I'm worried about the discrepancies between what the President says. His team says you ask. The secretary. Secretaries are about the problems with the supply chain for protective gear and for drugs medicine. We're you satisfied with what you heard on this. Now we've got to get more information. We gotTA figure out how quickly we can bring manufacturing of these kinds of equipment and drugs just as an aside back to this country and I think we've got to look at a way that we discuss manufacturing in this country in its relationship to national security and what we do for the short term and the long term. There's a lot of these drugs are manufactured in China right now. You also asked the secretary about funding being transferred out of other agencies. You think the funding the administration is proposing what two and a half billion dollars is enough. Most of us. Don't think it's enough and if you listen to the secretary's testimony this afternoon. He was very careful to then hedge it and say this was the beginning. I think many Senator Schumer has said that it probably requires eight billion but what we are doing is our appropriations committee. Experts are working to see what they think the amount is and when you have this kind of crisis quite frankly it is better for everybody to be working together because this is a matter of national security we need to make sure experts have the resources that they need and I fear. Many of them aren't being allowed to tell us what they need. And we need to get him up here. Subpoena and make sure we're getting the facts representative. Debbie Dingle Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you we're going to continue to follow this shooting. Their reports of fidelity's in Milwaukee seems to be ongoing right now. We'll have a full report on what's going on right after quickly. Hello I'm Amy Haagen. I'm an M. Path which means when you ha I ha- just as much if not more so don't bother trying to help south let me up yourself. You watched show with Amy Hogan's Wednesdays at ten on TV continuing to monitor the breaking news out of Milwaukee Wisconsin where fatalities are now reported after a shooting incident at the most complex. We'll update you on the latest information. Stand by for that. We're also awaiting to other important events president. Trump's remarks corona virus. He's scheduled to have a news conference over at the White House. Coming up in the next hour also tonight. Cnn Democratic presidential town halls they begin seven pm eastern right after the situation room. Joining us right now. Is The New York Times Foreign Affairs columnist Tom? Friedman is the author of the bestselling and very important book. Thank you for being late there. You see the book cover right there Tom. Thanks very much for coming up with you about lots to discuss. But I want you to get your sense on the trump administration's response to the corona virus outbreak. That's unfolding right. Now what do you think? How do you think the administration is handling this? We'll we'll have some sympathy for dealing with any kind of potential pandemic or Pindad where everyone categorizes right now and I don't blame the administration for this. I think what worries me most is when I see them trying to talk down the market. Talk up the market. I mean as if that's the only thing right now and I think we've got to focus on the science and the scientists.
"molson coors campus" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"To make Maricopa county as second amendment preservation county chairman Clint Hickman says supervisors pledge not to use county funds to infringe on people's right to keep and bear arms the good guys feel that they need need to make sure that they never have their rights infringed on arming themselves to protect their property their homes and their family supervisors in La Paz Yavapai in Mohave county's and council members in bullhead city have made similar declarations Maricopa county sheriff Paul Penzone he says he has pledged to protect citizens rights including second amendment rights but he won't let a political resolution interfere with his responsibility to enforce the law and keep people safe Milwaukee police are confirming that seven people are dead in a shooting at the Molson Coors campus the shooter has been confirmed as one of the deceased swat teams and the bomb squad as well as multiple agencies have swarmed the scene mostly cores beverage company says it's working closely with police and that the safety of its employees is its top priority police are planning to brief reporters on the incident soon and they are still asking people to avoid the area an education group wants voters to ban the expansion of the state's school choice program five fifty K. F. Y. eyes great Paul has more save our schools Arizona is filing paperwork with the secretary of state's office to launch a citizens initiative to ban the expansion of the state's school voucher program the group wants voters to cap enrollment in the empowerment scholarship account program to one percent of the state's public school population per year save our schools Arizona needs together over two hundred thirty seven thousand signatures by July second to refer the initiative to November's ballot Greg Paul five fifty K. F. Y. I. news a look at your money the Dow closed down a hundred and twenty three points to twenty six thousand nine hundred fifty seven five fifty K. FY I news time that's around five o'clock the check of traffic.
"molson coors campus" Discussed on WTVN
"He's obviously very shaken up he's currently driving home from work so apparently some employees have been allowed to go home and at this point he says that he was about fifteen feet away from another gentleman who was shot in the head this man this employee is an army vet he's having a tough time processing this shooting multiple reports say that at least seven people are dead in the shooting in Milwaukee Wisconsin and the shooter is reportedly among them it happened at the Molson Coors campus the swat team and bomb squad as well as multiple other agencies of all swarmed the scene police are also planning to brief reporters on the incident within the hour the CDC is siding fourteen cases of the covert nineteen a virus in the U. S. and forty five other cases among individuals who are brought back to the country from overseas three of those were in Wuhan China and forty two more contracted the virus while on the diamond princess cruise ship which is currently under quarantine docked off the coast of Japan meanwhile in Ohio the health department is keeping a watchful eye for possible coronavirus infection here in Columbus nine people have been under watch for two weeks since returning from a trip to China and there are ten more still being monitored the Ohio department of health has asked anyone who comes back from such a trip to essentially self quarantine for two weeks and check in with doctors the dispatch is reporting that eight people are being monitored by Franklin County public health and there is still one person somewhere in the state awaiting test results from the CDC there are still no confirmed cases of coronavirus in Ohio I'm Jacque Crumley as U. S. health officials warned this week that an outbreak of the corona virus in America is inevitable inevitable the president is reportedly considering appointing a corona virus sar sar that would be pointy would coordinate the U. S. government response to the growing global threat he's also set to speak about the virus at six thirty tonight we will carry that speech alive for you right here and the Franklin County coroner says a rash of overdose deaths to start the year is being driven by a variety of different drugs last year the majority.
"molson coors campus" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"In America shooting in Milwaukee news is coming up the first the WLS weather channel forecasts of the wind speeds relaxing here tonight our temperatures down to twenty two with a lake shore and does so on the ground out there northwest winds continue to relax you're into Thursday partly cloudy Thursday high thirty three oh of nineteen and low thirties on Friday with lows in the teens from the weather channel I'm Scott Lori Moore W. LSA made ninety with another update thirty minutes Sunday night at o'hare thirty wanted midway thirty at the lake front this hour sponsored in part by PKD three ten X. eighty three gives you more than ten years of guaranteed protection for all vehicles top off with today available at a store near you a former employee reportedly went on a shooting rampage earlier today at the Molson Coors campus in Milwaukee there are multiple media reports some say six some say seven people have been killed including the shooter this is a changing story we're trying to bring in the latest as we can Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett apparently were of a bride on the scene of the shooting at about three thirty a wide area around the campus was locked down according to one report the scene was chaotic two hours after the initial call at about two PM K. nine still on the scene live video showing an officer getting an assault rifle out of a car helicopters hovering over the area stay tuned to W. L. S. for more on this developing story the risk level has been raised at an American base in South Korea after a soldier there tested positive for the corona virus correspondent Barbara Starr at the Pentagon says the viruses affecting.
"molson coors campus" Discussed on WTVN
"Marketplace or show on six ten WTVN all right that's Dave man over there with me today I gotta say this real quick somebody somebody put on Facebook J. L. malaria my son wore a Bernie twenty twenty T. shirt he was spit on punched had a bottle thrown at him and I'm curious to see what happens when you leave the house the book was perhaps J. O. you win the internet today man that was pretty funny what's the very latest Selma Walker you seeing this day I think Allison had reported that there were eight people dead apparently including the gunman of course the the shooting at the the Molson Coors campus there and kind of still waiting for more info to to come out I'm I'm seeing different death totals yeah I'm seeing one assist six one this is seven one six eight so whatever it's it's a sad day in in Milwaukee as apparently a former employee has been honoring shooting spree and it sounds like that person that gunman is dead you know one of the most bizarre things is any of the national news if they're not really covering this we've had fox news on in here yeah and they they are not covering it and I don't think any of the other major networks are covering it as of right now either either it is our even checking the websites you know as we heard this sketchy break it went from kind of a passing reference to a story but it's sad it this kind of stuff has become so commonplace that I I think unless the death toll is in the twenties or thirties it it just doesn't punch through.
"molson coors campus" Discussed on WTVN
"Big story here's Alice alliance ABC news reports that eight people have reportedly been shot by what is being described as a disgruntled employee who had just been fired from the Molson Coors campus in Milwaukee Wisconsin today police also say the gunman is also reportedly dead a heavy police presence however is still on the scene and buildings in nearby schools are also still on lockdown they won't consider this being stabilized fully until they've gone through the entire facility and make sure there's no additional threats no additional shooters no no potential explosive devices and that's very resource intensive than a lot of people to do that police are still asking people to avoid the area and they are planning on briefing reporters very shortly on the incident there is now a seven person in Ohio being tested for possible coronavirus infections six people with possible infections have already been tested and cleared so far but the Ohio department health also confirms that there is a total of two hundred and twelve people who are under public health supervision state wide concern about the virus is also impacting some Ohio businesses now as they're seeing a significant drop in customers over corona virus fears not just restaurants stores selling Chinese imports are fighting their inventory depleted and prices for what they do get skyrocketing Asian markets also hurting although the medical experts insist the risk of the virus surviving on services through days or weeks of shipping is very very low I rob Bailey meanwhile delta airlines also says flights between Minneapolis and Seoul South Korea are now said to be suspended starting on February twenty ninth through April thirtieth the number of weekly flights between Seoul and Atlanta Detroit and Seattle are also being produced through the end of April due to an outbreak of coronavirus instances there your A..
"molson coors campus" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I. S. and in Milwaukee seven people were shot at the Molson Coors campus multiple agencies are on the scene in response to what police have called a critical incident of the trump administration wants two and a half billion dollars to deal with the coronavirus Democrats are calling for more health and Human Services secretary Alex days arms as a two and a half billion dollar request to respond to the corona virus meets his goals it's at levels I think are appropriate and if not if the if it doesn't find it enough we'll come back to work with you and again we're trying to be flexible with at least two five he's ours is the focus of that money is on containment and mitigation but leading Democrats won the funding request fall short of what is needed Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer is outlined in eight and a half billion dollar package the total that sets aside a billion dollars to help contain the corona virus overseas in the meantime president trump will hold a news conference about the corona virus that will be happening next hour we will carry his address live at the south by southwest music festival still ago despite some cancellations amid coronavirus fears organizers and Austin are getting ready to host hundreds of thousands in about three weeks saying safety is the top priority and steps are being taken to prevent the spread of germs last year over four hundred thousand attended with twenty five percent coming from out of the country including China a former very county precinct two constable Michelle Barry in the Vale and one of our former captains were in court today variances Valin former captain mark Garcia are facing felony charges including perjury and as well as being represented by former bear county DA Nico lahood at this point we've.
"molson coors campus" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"At four thirty I'm a real leaf and we continue to follow breaking news out of Wisconsin where Milwaukee police are continuing to respond to what they are calling a call critical incident on the Molson Coors campus amid reports of a possible shooting according to local media a Molson Coors employee received an email about an active shooter near one of the buildings the company spokesman says there is a quote active situation but did not provide any further details so far it is unknown how many people may be injured will keep you posted as more information becomes available federal health officials trying to minimize fears of the corona virus spreading widely across the country but at a house hearing today health and Human Services secretary Alex days are so the number of patients with the virus has now increased to at least sixty we have a fifteen confirmed cases the epidemiology of which we are still discerning three cases also exist among Americans repatriated from Wuhan and forty two cases exist among American passengers repatriated from the diamond princess cruise ship in Japan delta airlines meanwhile reducing flights to South Korea as concerns rise about the virus delta says it will suspend flights between Seoul in Minneapolis after Saturday through April thirtieth delta will also reduce the number of flights from Seoul to Atlanta Detroit and Seattle and all three U. S. carriers also announced they will waive change fees for ticket holders scheduled to fly to South Korea in the coming months United reported that demand for flights on the transpacific routes outside of China has plummeted seventy five percent correspondent Jeff McKay president trump will be speaking about the coronavirus tonight at six thirty you can listen live to that at WMAL dot com investors on Wall Street still trying to find their footing after another roller coaster day you know what FDR said when it comes to corona virus fox business channel host Charles Payne agrees he told mornings on the mall here is is a lot more than so far the anywhere near the fundamental reality in fact where others see fear some see opportunity since nineteen ninety three there but about seven times that this has happened where we had back to back sessions overall forty three percent and each time a month later the market was sometimes substantially it's on Matthews on WMAL in W. I. mail dot com tonight the market finished on the Dow finished the day down one hundred fifty four points the S. and P. five hundred down twelve the nasdaq up fifteen some good and bad news for Arlington county homeowners is good news the Arlington County Board of voting not to increase your real estate tax rate however your bill will still go up it is I think is the largest homeowners we can detect with same but the with the assessments is going to go up I think the most it has since twenty sixteen board chair Libby Garvey thanks to the Amazon effect tax revenues are up we've seen our healthy growth in revenue he's thrilled that we're sharing that very healthy growth in revenue with schools but board member Katie crystal adding she would also like to see tax assessments on homeowners go down Barbara brit WMAL WMAL dot com WMLW it's brought to you by.