18 Burst results for "Montanez"
"montanez" Discussed on WTOP
"A Gaithersburg McDonald's last year county executive Mark L rich wants to give officers more non lethal weapons The officers who shot and killed Ryan leroux in July were cleared by the Howard county state's attorney's office just this week They say Laura pointed a gun at them Bethesda beat reports among non lethal options elric is proposing is an increase in the use of pepper ball guns Those are guns that shoot balls containing a mixture of tear gas and pepper spray The man who shot Lady Gaga's dog walker and stole her French bulldogs has been released from jail by mistake Usually it's a very fluid situation where somebody who's in custody is held and everybody throughout the process knows that there's another case being filed Defense attorney Alexandra Kazarian says filing new charges and dismissing initial charges is common for criminal cases She says an accidental release is likely the result of the new case not being filed quickly enough that's K CBS reporter Rick montanez How do parents feel about having a gay or transgender child There's a new poll out that looks at that question Two thirds of U.S. parents would be okay if their child came out as lesbian gay or bisexual But only 50% would be comfortable with having a transgender or non binary child The data was released by the Trevor project a nonprofit group focused on mental health for LGBTQ people The Trevor project said their findings underscore how badly trans and non binary voices are needed in media and in state houses across the country And the group said awareness of gender neutral pronouns such as they and them can help parents better understand their child Mara Rubin CBS.
"montanez" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast
"Though we have this gomez like behold ball and like. Put your head down to get to work. I think and you share it in the book. When the ceo said think like an owner richard back then was like okay. He asked us to like an owner. And then you started developing distinct and you got the courage to make that phone call roy. So we'll explore that later. Let's take it back a second. Who is literature. What's his heritage mexican. And i was. I was born here. My dad com from a water s. And he moved out paso from el paso. He went to new mexico and from new mexico. He went to southern california where he met my mom. And that's where it all started. But i was born in in what was called a farm. Count everybody in the area that was born. Take greater wass to california's probably about two thousand people. You know what the pretty cool about the history. There's people don't know this. The area that i was born in the ontario airport guadalete california rancho cucamonga. All that was acting the biggest wine producing area in the country. It was bigger than napa valley. That's where i was born in a one room apartment. I was gonna say my birth certificate doesn't have an address. It has a house number cost number eighteen. 'cause you know the gwozdecky. I never met him of course but know he from what i was told you know my grandfather stories of him was he was a good a good man you know. He built the housing for the latino. He built the school he built a grocery store. He built a church. He came from italy so everything was replicated of his hometown which was pretty cool You know my grandpa and my dad really grew up with a challenge. I got a little bit because we got out of there. Like eight years old or something. But you know i'd go back and visit but it was know a wonderful place to for me as a child. You know there was. There was no bathrooms inside. The one room. Bathrooms were outside. You know it was like a college or a school showers and all that and then there was no kitchens. The kitchen again were across the hallway. They were community kitchen. It was big stoves like a restaurant so every morning i had lunch or dinner with ten fifteen different families and you know i learned community because as mama grandma was cooking if you ran out of something the lady next to you would pass it on and she needed something you you pass it on. So i i saw community for san the other thing too that i wanted to say to is a. I'm not an immigrant. But because of being latino in the sixties i was treated as an
The cost of vaccine inequality
"Of covid. Vaccinations is picking up in the us. More than eighty seven million people have gotten at least one dose still communities hit. Hardest by the disease are getting left behind. who are they. What's the trouble it's true that states are opening up vaccination to more and more people but black and latino people are still getting vaccinated at lower rates than white and asian people despite getting sick and dying and higher numbers from covid. I know you did some reporting on this with our colleague. Graphics editor amanda montanez. What states did you look at. So we broke down the data for five populous states with some of the worst covid outbreaks california texas florida new york and illinois. The data showed that latino people had some of the lowest vaccination rates proportional to their share of the population especially in california in texas black people in new york and florida are also getting vaccinated at notably lower levels. What's behind those trends. What's the reason for them. Well many states have age minimums for vaccination but black people have shorter life expectancy than white people on the whole so they are at higher risk of dying before they even reach the age. Cutoff and many black and latino households are less likely to have high speed internet and the time to spend online booking appointments. They're also less likely to own a car or be able to get the vaccination sites language barriers an. Id requirements also. Make it harder for some people to get their shots. Finally vaccine hesitancy plays a role in some communities of color for legitimate reasons. But more and more of those people are now willing to get a vaccine. The government and health departments could make it easier by lowering semaj barriers. Helping those most at risk. Make get their appointments and opening more community clinics.
"montanez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That's all happening but like a month ago he was fine Montanez was a twenty nine year veteran of the force Boston police are asking folks to light their homes blue tonight to honor his memory she governors are continuing to ask for more widespread testing of corona virus before they consider lifting social distancing restrictions in their respective states president trump says the U. S. remains adequately supplied to test for covert nineteen here's ABC news senior national correspondent Terry Moran the president likes to say that we have tested more than any other country in the world it is true after we tested or actually does about one percent of the population which is about eighteen in the world behind countries like Germany four way ahead of us on the pace of testing and one of the things that we have heard from the president and from his team is that there is enough testing in the United States going on right now to move to phase one of the guidelines that the White House is put out for opening up the country Texas governor Greg Abbott has announced initial steps to re open the Texas economy in fact in the next week the state plans to loosen surgery restrictions that medical facilities allow all retail stores to provide product pick ups as well as re opened many state parks in that state the salvation army is teaming up with me by and the National Guard to lend a helping hand to the city of Chelsea which has turned into a hot spot for covert nineteen more details from WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe the salvation army has given out one thousand food boxes to Chelsea residents over the last couple of days and they plan on handing out more next week Chris Farrant regional emergency disaster services director says the line has been around the entire city hall block when their truck show up the number of people with the cold it positive the food and security issues the lack of employment is really the perfect storm of need and settled quickly mobile I think hi we get food boxes and food resources to people that will have none unless we can help them this is.
"montanez" Discussed on Geek News Central
"Company called Checker C. H. E. C. K. R. and giving inaccurate results background checks and this being sued by multiple people. Because it just keeps getting there is mostly Uber and a lift drivers people are working GIG economy who are trying to make a living and all of a sudden the background check or says Oh oh. This person has a doesn't have a driver's license in which they really do. And maybe they got a ticket Couple of years before not having possession of their driver's license license but actually had a driver's license anyway long story short here. They got eighty lawsuits from the fair credit reporting act which regulates both credit reports and background checks and Roughly happily suits have been filed in the last year loan court documents. The plaintiff accused check of a wide range of wrongdoing mistaking them with other people D- misreport their offenses offenses include past criminal activity. That is to older for under the law. One class action suit filed in November concerns. Jose Montanez who has famously exonerated after serving more more than twenty years in prison for a murder he didn't commit when he got out applied to work for Uber. The case alleges he was denied because checker reporting included a murder conviction. So didn't clear ear so anyway Bad data in bad data out met a successful launch of the NASA solar orbiter. It's on its way to observe the sons North and South Pole. Yes the the sun has north and South Pole final couple articles today. The new budget moto g serious has been announcing United States. And what's the price going to be two hundred fifty dollars to get into Emoji power more news we got something for android central talking about the best cheap android phones in twenty twenty so linked to all those and also Samsung is reportedly planning to ship two point five million Galaxy Z.. Foot phones this year did have have a an.
"montanez" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Fifty three degrees drizzling. I'm Sara Lee Kessler with the stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven WABC the situation in the streets of Caracas. It's getting worse. A bloody coup is underway. Venezuelan opposition leader one white oh was trying to oust President Nicolas Maduro Kellyanne Conway says the Trump administration considers Oiseaux Venezuela's legitimate leader. We stand with the people of it as well. And we stand with along wyo Madeira has to go. The mother of a Brooklyn teenager stabbed to death in mid would yesterday afternoon is calling for her son's killer to turn himself in Tracy Burke, was in tears this morning wondering who would hurt. Her son deserve the diet is he just dude. Seventeen years old. He was a baby police are looking for at least one man who they say attack seventeen year old row Han Burke, he was stabbed multiple times on seventeenth street and avenue, m broad daylight, a New York City firefighter, marine killed while serving an F ghanistan is being laid to rest today. Kristen marks reports Christopher slut men being buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. Slut men grew up in Maryland and spent some time in Yonkers at one point before he joined the F D N Y the year served the department for fifteen years, I'm Kristin marks for seventy seven ABC news. Yonkers police are searching for an eighth grader with gang ties wanted in a deadly street shooting. Cops say fifteen year old Jamir Thompson, new attends to Lyndon school in Hawthorne fired. The stray bullet last Thursday that killed eighteen year old Maryland Cotto Montanez calling hours for Montana's will take place tomorrow from two to nine PM at the community home for funerals on Yonkers avenue. Followed by funeral Thursday at ten AM. Same location markets remain off today. The Dow down Twenty-eight points, the NASDAQ down sixty seven and the s&p.
"montanez" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I'm Joe Bartlett fifteen year old gunman on the loose accused of killing a younger high school student. Eighteen year old Maryland, Montana's was shot in the head and killed her sister. Now wants Justice the pace of our soul are har- life. Police say fifteen year old Jamir Thompson, an eighth grader pulled the trigger after he had stolen gold chain. From a third person Montanez was shot by accident. Cops in Brooklyn looking for two or maybe three suspects after a seventeen year old boy was stamped a death. Real handberg. Attacked and Midwood yesterday died. A few hours later house speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer head to the White House. Today infrastructure is on the agenda. But the White House says it hopes immigration is also discussed this is the first time the. Resident pollution Schumer have met for policy talks in person since it contentious meeting here at the White House on January ninth right in the middle of the government shutdown. Karen Travers ABC news, the White House counsel wants to give you a break on your parking tickets. But the mayor says, no you get three hundred fifty dollars in parking tickets. He'd get a boot for two days. And then you're towed something he council members thought that number should be raised to five hundred dollars, arguing there's a double standard and underserved communities where there's a lot of Toan going on and people can't afford to pay their tickets deputy finance Commissioner, testified before council raising that number would reward people who don't pay ticket analyst Acton. Rosie ni W O R news to judge to deny El Chapo requests. For a new trial defense claims there was jury misconduct. But prosecutors say the evidence against the Mexican drug kingpin is overwhelming and New York City, firefighter, and marine being laid to rest today's funeral in Manhattan. Last week drew thousands of firefighters and fellow marines. Now, Christopher slut minimal buried at Arlington. National cemetery. In Virginia slept in was a Delaware native. He spent time in Yonkers the forty three year old was with the F D N Y for fifteen years and was honored at one point for saving a person from a burning home in the Bronx, the married. Father of three was killed in an Afghan STAN roadside bomb earlier this month. I'm Scott Pringle W. O R reports of Woodstock. Fifties. Death may be premature the festival's principal. Investors said the events been called off but Woodstock co founder and fiftieth anniversary. Organizers say the three day music festival is ago. They'll just find some new partners and investors. The news brought to you by Gary Goldberg financial services. Schedule a free consultation by visiting g.
"montanez" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Sue Guzman. A Yonkers family is urging an alleged shooter to turn himself in eighteen year old Maryland KADO Montanez was killed last week when she was shot while walking down the street. Her sister, use Morillas KADO said the gunman needs to face the consequences. Call the police all her friends and families that's haunting you and please say fifteen year olds Humira Thompson pulled the trigger and hit Montana's mistake, they say the suspect robbed a gold chain from another person earlier in the day allegedly got into a dispute that night and fired a shot that missed its intended target and hit Montanez. Detectives are working to locate the fifteen year old and are asking anyone with information to call police launching his family just wants Justice and says the shooter is being cowardly by voiding rust Rockland county executive Ed day, who's county is grappling with more than two hundred cases of measles made a trip to Albany yesterday. Asking state lawmakers to approve legislation that would do away with the religious exemption for vaccine needs to be done. Not tomorrow. Not no week not in a month and not in a year. It must be done immediately. The numbers are gaining strength across the US. There are seven hundred four confirmed. Cases of measles. Most of them are in New York in Rockland, and Brooklyn and predominantly orthodox Jewish communities day has declared a state of emergency in his county that had banned those unvaccinated from going into public places. His determination was struck down. By a judge in his currently being appealed couple of schools in Brooklyn being closed because of the measles outbreak. Merita Blasios issue Chivas and MARCY and Bedford avenue in sti- ordered shut for not obeying city orders of banning unvaccinated students violations now or fifty Fifty-seven those are continuing to increase, and we're going to use every measure that we have to make very clear how serious this situation is say they've seen a big bump in vaccinations, though, since the city ordered mandatory vaccinations in several zip codes in Brooklyn earlier this month approx man Santer arrest after police he stabbed a woman repeatedly and west have or straw last night leaving her in critical condition. Cops say the attack. Occurred in a parking lot thirty five route south route nine w the woman who was not identified had had an order protection against the suspect identified as Twenty-three-year-old. Anthony, Russell police say he was arrested about a quarter mile from where the stabbing took place after fleeing on foot. He was arraigned n ordered held on a million dollars bail south bend, Indiana, mayor Peter Buddha judges sitting down with the Reverend Al Sharpton in New York City, the democratic presidential candidate met for lunch yesterday with the civil rights activists in Harlem and Sharpton says the two spoke about issues, like racism, and homophobia, Sharpton leads the national action network has been meeting with various democratic.
"montanez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"For the rest of the evidence to come through. And it'll prove them streets is innocent. Police report says the education ended here in Braintree but started on ninety three south the other driver. Melcher Montanez told police Bates never pointed a gun at him the Montana says he thought he was in danger and then pulled out a folding knife. Police say they plan to pursue charges against Montas a double shooting in Manchester, New Hampshire two men ages eighteen and twenty four taken to local hospitals with what are described as non-life threatening injuries. So far, no arrests. I know three traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes. Mike are we looking well we've got troubles up to the north here on one twenty eight north is backed up almost a mile through Wakefield with a crash up after route one twenty nine at least one lane has gone up there. Ninety three north has some stop and go through Medford with a lane closure by Roosevelt circle. Route ones all good up into Peabody downtown. It's pretty quiet store drives in good shape. Along the Charles the lower deck of ninety three delivered down ramp and the tube bridge. All check out. Okay. All the airport tunnels are fine. The mass pike westbound is good out towards four ninety five. The expressway's, okay. From the tunnel down to the Braintree split nothing in your way. They are northbound's good coming in as well. We'll call route three speed limit ride from Weymouth down into Plymouth and that lower stretch of one twenty eight is trouble free as well. My king WBZ's twenty four hour traffic network checking the forecast meteorologist Carrie Swindon? Hamburger will be clear to partly cloudy lows ranging from thirty. Seven in the suburbs to forty three in the city, rather, cloudy and cooler.
"montanez" Discussed on KGO 810
"Jio my guest, Tony Bucher, the president of the Irish literary and historical society. You know, he's a writer a historian believe it or not he's a descendant of Irish immigrants at the eighteen eighties. Even though his name not belie that. Anyway, here we go. Tony bucher. Howdy. How? We were talking a lot about Ireland, and how that's changed in modern days. But let's talk now about the history of the Irish here in San Francisco. What do you got for me? Well, you know, I I was thinking a lot about you know, about this topic. And it's one interesting place to focus because I I like to think of our roots in the city, and sort of how my my feeling is that it's something unique and special and very Senate deeply embedded the place really start thinking about it though is take a walk in the graveyard at mission. Dolores? Oh because there you'll find. Yeah. It's really something what you'll find. It's is. First of all, it's obviously Irish-American to focus on death. They're more. Because why not? But but, but if you go to the graveyards the graveyard of the mission is this little little nook there tucked in it's been greatly reduced used to be bigger. They cut it in half in the nineteen twenties to build a playground there. But you'll still see the graves of all the different kinds of folks that were there the the the the the Spanish explorers, the the Padres. There's a monument to the the native American people some some five thousand of whom are are buried in this area. It was their reginal settlement. Because it had the water and the the best climate in the city, but in amongst all these graves, you'll find that about forty to fifty percent of them are are people born in Ireland and their offspring. So it's a great. It's a little graveyards the oldest spot in the city full of Irish people. How did this come about? Tell me where exactly it is in the city. Well, it's on it's on Dolores between the sixteenth and seventeenth on the west side of the street in the middle of the block. And it's just this little patch of land touch right next to the old mission Dolores building I've been there so often, and I've never sought to seek it out. You know, it's the thing you, you, you you walk past it all the time. You never even think about it. And for some reason, I wandered through there. And I just I realize the half the people there have these names, and who who are these. The people who are that. It wasn't just you know, it wasn't just bad. The San Francisco was eighty or ninety percent in the eighteen sixties because they were all these, you know, roads and thieves and adventurers and gold diggers. And you know, just an aside. I was gonna say to that women die to. Okay. But now I got. Well, now, here's the interesting thing is that there's a actually a much higher. You know, a number of women folk Mary buried, not married buried in this in this particular graveyard, then you would have had in the general population. You had I think that you know, the mission was a center for any Catholic population. Obviously to you know, how, you know, go through the rituals of life and death. But, but it does suggest that there was the beginnings of, you know, domestic society in these Irish women pioneers, really yours are we talking about. What is the era? The eighteen fifties. Okay. So right after the gold rush when people rushed in and people were coming from Ireland from places like do, you do you to for New York City out to San Francisco because they'd heard this is a place to get rich. But then also it was a place that attracted, you know, you'd be surprised to learn that San Francisco has drawn kooks and Accenture shocker has long been a city. Can you tell us about some of the kooks and eccentrics Lola Montanez Lola Montanez was the the famed dancer and concert name birth. Name was Elisa Gilbert warning, I think Limerick county Limerick in the eighteen thirties. She had a career as a courtesan was. The the girlfriend essentially for German royalty French novelists. Can I ask you something reason? She liked the stormy Daniels of her day. She was so stormy day. You might say that she had a bit more flair and class. Yes. Who am I to criticise most go ahead? She had a feign a famous was Montanez had a famous spider dance where she was. She would take the stage in this in this flimsy attire. And then she would proceed define spiders in her outfit. And she'd have to toss her garments off the stage, the get the spiders for her undergarments. And this was hugely popular. And so, you know, she to me kind of symbolizes the the the kind of creative types that were drawn to this. This study for God only knows what reason because think about how far it was an it was the cat here. She had she had to be here. I'm assuming they were just in her. My imaginary, spiders, they were imaginary spying. Thank god. Creepy are what other freaks coupes and wacky loving nut jobs. Do we have? Well, let's see you know, we had actually quite a few. You know, dangerous dangerous characters such also so you had a lot. I think there's a pattern of these lads coming out at you know, as soon as they were able to move on your own at sage sixteen who will come out to San Francisco, and you know, possibly I I'm imagining they were the children of the famine immigrants lived in the five Salaam in New York and John out as soon as they could now one of the colorful when you say the five slum you're talking about five points, which is now which is now a show at the Berkeley rap, and it's fantastic. Where that the Berkeley rep. What's it called again? We're paradise square. I saw it. But I forgot the name. Yeah. It's fantastic. Did you love it? I loved it. And it's not just about the Irish in five points. It's also about the African Americans and the dance they dance off. So it's really cool. That roots of tap dance. Involves though, it's it's a brilliant movie movie. Sorry clay stage production movie, and we'll be okay. So back to the five points person who is it. So we had one character, which I think we really have to mention actually I'm going to mention to one was the blind boss. Chris Buckley, Christopher Buckley was the child of famine immigrants. He grew up in the five points slum. He made his way up to San Francisco at age sixteen. He landed in a saloon run by the Napoleon, the Napoleon of impresarios, Tom McGuire, atomic wire was an illiterate hack driver, New York City of Irish ancestry. Who was the greatest theater impresario of San Francisco in his day. You had a a theater at Portsmouth square, which was then the the the center of town. Chris Buckley was a sixteen year old who went to work in one of Tom McGuire bars, and he gave an interview in the nineteen twenties. He said everything I learned about life. I learned in the in the saloon keep the company of important people, you know, how to cater to their wishes and desires, So Chris Buckley became the political boss of San Francisco in the eighteen eighties. He actually lost his eyesight. And the was course, brother actually was was murdered by the vigilante committee. So visit committee people who is a digitally committee. Yeah. The vigilantes hung is brother apparently. So there were I read was chief nemesis was a fellow named Lynch. And he said essentially said in he said watch out Buckley because you could be next. So luckily, luckily controlled with his is Irish studies, the he became basically, you know, the equivalent the San Francisco Colin of Tammany out here. And was you know, when you had a city eighteen eighties, which was you know, stock truck full of poor immigrants. They needed social services. And there wasn't anything until characters like like Buckley came along in every major American industrial city. They he became a long to work the system, and you know, help people out we're gonna need him again if he can rise from the dead because with all the budget cuts Trump wants to make. Insane. Yeah. Exactly. What about the bootlegging in San Francisco during prohibition? Well, I have a I have a good avenue code about that there's a wonderful bar and in coma called Molloy's tavern which everybody should see at some point in their lives. I interviewed the son of the of the of the founder of that particular establishment Lancy Malloy. His father was born in Kerry and lived in New Zealand and ended up in San Francisco in the mid thirties and want there was a story that came out apparently Lantis father would never tell them this. But one of the builders built most of the housing in the sunset district once told told Lancy I made a lot of money with your father say what do you mean by that? He said, well, your father had can. Actions to all the Irish bars and restaurants in the city, and he had a gas station in the ocean view neighborhood, and we would land liquor at at Half Moon bay. And they bring it up to these gas station and store it in the gas station, and in the ocean view neighborhood and then distribute it, and so they were partners the largest builder in the sunset and and Lansing Molloy's father nudge during the prohibition. I think that you know, people look the other way San Francisco's always been a great drinking city, look the other way. But but this was a an important enterprise. For for for for that era. Hell, yeah. I bet a lot of people got rich doing that. I think so there's a lot of people have nice homes in the sense that those were financed by you know, the the prohibition. Doc enterprise. Enterprise the prohibition enterprise bootlegging baby bootlegging. I'm speaking with Tony lucre, the president of the Irish literary and historical society every Sunday. Well, the last Sunday of the month. They hold really cool chats from speakers novelists historians at five PM at the United Irish cultural center in the sunset. So that would be a cool thing to go to you know, what also too I noticed on your website. You folks have Irish dancing Irish dancing are they finally moving their arms. What's going on with that? I don't they're going to stick with stick with the program. I don't think they're moving their arms. I think that the model is working. And and and they're going to stick with it. Now, did you have a lot of glitter? And they got a lot of you know, a lot of you know, what's the word with the hair fake? Curls. Yeah. All that stuff. So they're doing that. But you know, you have to say it's funny dance because that is in it's one of those cultural activities that actually feeds into the sort of general, I dunno mood and enthusiasm parades, for example in recent years. They've actually been. Much better attended than maybe you would have seen thirty years ago or so and. My impression is that. That is largely due to the fact that Irish dance is is is usually popular. And so when you make you you've added in this wonderful, cultural, and, you know, this cultural, and sort of expression that that draws in so many different kinds of people. It really has added to the mood, and and Jim atmosphere the parade and the numbers of people that come I do remember it in the mid the mid eighties. It was you know, people like me. Drinking Turkey from drinking, a six pack. Your bottles on the sidewalk in the in the in the rain, and I I think you have much more of a really friendly family atmosphere because of one of the elements that definitely is the the popularity of the of the Irish dance..
"montanez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Or personal care products in California. They would be required to report the presence of toxic ingredients in those products. Under a new Bill that's been introduced a toxic fragrance and flavor chemicals right to know act of two thousand nineteen was introduced by Senator Connie Leyva. We learned that there are loopholes dozens of them sometimes even hundreds of the chemicals hide under the word of fragrance. And some of these chemicals actually are toxic. Leave us Bill would require companies to submit their toxic ingredients to the California Department of public health. So there would be a list, and anyone in the public could go and see we don't think it's too much to ask that people know if they're putting toxic things on their body. Recent data shows that a third of all fragrance chemicals, currently in use have been flagged as potentially toxic by scientists around the world, Cindy Chan NewsRadio K F B K. The Rancho Cordova police department is investigating a shooting. That's left to men hospitalized with serious. Injuries. Officers arrived at the scene Saturday morning. They found the two victims with gunshot wounds to their upper bodies. One of the victims is expected to survive. The other remains in critical condition. This morning thirties are still looking for the shooter or shooters one hundred twenty nine people were busted by the California DMV for using a fake handicapped placard in January of this year alone. And the biggest reminding you if you're caught using one of those placards illegally, the fine is pretty steep. High may Garza with the DMV says, they always go where large groups of people are like sporting events in shopping malls, anywhere. Having convenient parking is limited. He says this kind of abuse happened state wide, but the community actually lets them know where to look the public plays a huge role in where we go because the public actively contacts us, and let us know where they see possible abuse scars says when they do find someone using a placard fraudulently, they take the placard inside the person on the spot sometimes finding them for up to one thousand dollars, Nick doffed this News Radio. PK two coaches from Roseville have been selected to take part in the next season of American ninja warrior Francisco Burrell Hudson. Brian Montanez will compete on the shows eleventh season, Montana's spoke with Casey IRA three. You have to come in an engine knowing that, you know, sometimes those obstacles are really challenging. And you're going to have to work really really hard to overcome. Both men who train at the studio. Martial arts and fitness in Roseville are trying to bring awareness to different causes. But have a dotted. Obstacle ethics. Do a fight every day of my life face obstacles. And like, I said those obstacles represent us that I've had and I've had to overcome that Montana's also added that his mother was diagnosed with Parkinson's which inspired him to train for the competition or years ago. She was diagnosed Parkinson's both men hope the show will give them a bigger platform to raise awareness for their causes. Equal has NewsRadio KFB K empire. Actor Justice smollet is maintaining his innocence as he stands accused of filing a false report about an alleged hate crime. In chicago. Prosecutors there say smollet paid two brothers thirty five hundred dollars to pretend to beat him up in a staged hate crime last month. Prosecutors say he knew those men and they've been cooperating with investigators Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson appeared on ABC's. Good Morning, America. Just a short time ago. There are real victims of crimes of that nature. Hate crimes, and I just hope that people. Don't treat them with skepticism Johnson says there is a lot of evidence in the case against smaller. R and B singer R Kelly is expected to appear in court after spending the weekend in Chicago jail following his arrest on sexual abuse charges. Kelley's attorney says a judge will assign a trial judge to the case during a brief hearing Monday that Kelly is expected to attend. The fifty two year old singer is charged with ten counts of aggravated sexual abuse involving four victims three of whom were minors. Kelley's? Attorney says arrangements remade pay a one hundred thousand dollars bail to set Kelly free time now is six thirty six NewsRadio KFC K. Let's get a check of our traffic troublespot. Now from Brian noble did have a report of an accident at antelope road at Roseville road. Couple of vehicles involved one being a box truck. 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"montanez" Discussed on 710 WOR
"All of a sudden Joe Boylan Minnesota playing like a team that can't loose. Rutgers was eighteen to ten Minnesota was outscored Rutgers eighteen to four so. Scoring a lot of different ways. Transition often the turnover. Totally easy baskets knocking so shots. Murphy's only got one basketball. Rutgers struggling scored elder half court office. David a couple of three pointers that have missed everything. Down Twenty-eight twenty two with five twelve the first Ron Harper junior. Get it to Mathis. Top of the cases math is driving down the lane with a right hand in stoop. Shop open around coffee, and it's twenty eight twenty four is play design and good execution. Good play by coach biker get out of his time out. Twenty eight twenty four Minnesota mcbrayer nearside. Bounce pass to Murphy left wing now. Low left block on dourson, turn spins shock walked away into the hands of Mathis. Montanez tries to go all the way up. Good. And it's twenty eight twenty six the break started by shack. Dourson defense does matter to the open floors deadly. There's coffee top of the key to the foul line left to the lane. The runner is miss the put back. Go does go by Otaru who all of a sudden has six points couple of dunks and put back, and it's thirty to twenty six Minnesota Mathis spots up for three dozen shoot. Instead Pedo Marie low. Right. Block guarded by Murphy working his way in pass out to Mathis left side. Baker back to math shoots a long three short note. Good dourson, the offensive rebound picked up his dribble. Need someone to come? Get the ball and gets it to harp on the right side. Another set for Rutgers with under four minutes to play in the first they trailed thirty to twenty six great offense a rebel nearby shack. Harper holding his dribble at sixteen on the shot clock now past left side. Oh, Marie faked. A handoff to Baker long. To well. Short. Murphy the rebound the Rutgers little staggered their offense. Now, Gerry Ford past couple dribbles except for that out of bounds. Play after that timeout. Math is that a transition four point Minnesota lead mcbrayer on the nearside spinning away from Harper. But dourson their double team comes get it to Otaru left elbow jumper. No, good, dourson, the rebound. Shack with his second rebound outlet pass to Mathis Mathis locked down low for oh, Marie catches. It ahead of burpee and spins in the reverse one of the glass, and it's thirty to twenty eight. Four points for Eugene great pass. But even better, finish mcbrayer. Got a step on Dacre proven hands off to Otaru dunks down another. He's got a points, and it's thirty to twenty eight Minnesota tourism don't. Three out of his last four fuel or three others four field goals have all been dunks. That helps your percentage to forty to play in the first thirty to twenty eight Minnesota Montas Mathis driving through traffic, a shot blocked away bioterro- to rose everywhere. Jerry. Yeah. He is their leading shot blocker with thirty nine. He just picked up his forty minutes. Coffee from three right side. No good. Rudy grabs the rebound. He's on the run Homer Rui dribble. Drive to the glass shot. Locked away by Murphy. It's knocked at a balanced last touch by Louis. Minnesota ball when we come back to seventeen to play in the first golden gophers lead thirty to twenty eight instructors basketball from learfield. IMG college. Bye. Great coke taste..
"montanez" Discussed on 710 WOR
"You mentioned the young players. I tell you, you know, you look at the leaders yourself in geo for sure, but you're right Montanez, Ron miles Caleb. Just to mention a few. We're kind of watching them grow up. And it just seems like, you know, each game, they get better and better and better the competence level. I imagined from you guys as the veterans got to feel better each game outright. Just we just we just always reciprocated to them. They gotta play hard to energy with confidence confidence. Eugene I thought you really did a good job today when they w made some great passes. Right. Yeah. So what is it been about playing on the road? Now, it seems like you guys are comfortable, you're in all these games. You very well. You played so well on Saturday, Illinois. This could have been back to back road games. Is it just a comfort ability? What is it about playing on the road? You guys seem like a better team. Now. Yeah. When the big family and brothers, and we just know that we all have each other's backs. Colmer away. But I'll tell you one thing last thing for me watching you guys this afternoon. It seemed like a very loose group. You seem very confident, and it certainly seems like you've turned the corner. So I hope you guys can keep it up against Iowa on Saturday this taking thank you very much junior really playing. Well, you're you're the clue to this team. I mean, you make all the good plays. You get all the extra rebounds. Wins like this are one because the leadership like you and geo. So you guys have done a great job measuring knows young kids. And I'm sure there have been moments. They haven't listened to you. That's for sure. So that's probably off. It'd probably off the court. Hey, gene. Thanks, man. Jean.
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"More weeks. A bipartisan committee in Washington has that amount of time to come up with a compromise to avoid another partial government shutdown. The president says no deal if no wall he tells the New York Times in a new interview that he could still declare a national emergency. They had no idea the amount of crime the amount of drugs the amount of human trafficking, which can be stopped with a proper system. I've set the table. I've set the stage for doing what I'm going to do. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says he's not gonna be any more money in the legislation. The polar vortex is being blamed on at least twenty deaths around the country, and it's causing unusual problems in Philadelphia where it's so cold traffic lights are freezing KYW radios. Paul kirks a lot of intersections were clogged with traffic as confused drivers. And the dentistry and tried to make sense of signals stuck on red or green deputy streets. Commissioner rich Montanez says maintenance crews are working nonstop I'll go in there if the motor froze they'll try to heat it up. They'll put what we call the heater bulb in their charter to provide a little warmth for the motor to move. If they can't get it unfrozen. They do carry extra Motors in their trucks. And he expects them to be busy for as long as the polar vortex sticks around Paul Kurtz for CBS news. Philadelphia Catholic leaders in Texas have identify. Nearly three hundred clergy accused of sexually abusing children over decades. The Catholic church in Texas says the list of names comes from fourteen diocese throughout the state. This is Dallas Bishop Edward burns. This list. Includes the names of thirty one priests. Home. We have received a credible allegations of sexual abuse of a minor in this diocese since nine thousand nine hundred fifty the Bishop says, the church is not washing its hands of the matter. We are not going to be complacent with this issue. It is a priority for us. Bill. Raikov CBS news. The Labor Department releases its January jobs report in a few hours, glassdoor dot com. Andrew Chamberlain says the report could be misleading. He says furloughed workers during the thirty five day government shutdown started looking to change jobs federal workers missed their first paycheck, and the shutdown continued we found a ten percent jump up in employees that federal agency is looking for new jobs on glassdoor and not just gigs and part-time things to fill in the gaps actually full-time positions after one hundred eight years. No more boy scouts of America. The organization starts to welcome girls. Starting today. It's new name scouts BSA..
"montanez" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And we talked to coach Pikal about at you address was how Rutgers would handle some of the success that they've had of late having one couple of conference games that are on a chance to win a third tonight. I've got a ten point lead right now. But how you handle that success really is going to get determined right now over these last eleven minutes and being able to make sure you take care of business after you put Indiana into a large state of doubt. Yeah. When you had those kind of twenty seven to three runs meet college basketball today definitely is is a game of runs. And but that's as good as Rutgers play this year that twenty seven to two run their three run those offense and defense. We got good transition baskets did a good job forcing three turnovers. One for ten for Indiana coming out of the half getting this lead. But the one thing about young teams is how you're going to finish. Rutgers is finished very well. The last couple of games because those games are going down to the end and Rutgers head to make plays a news games, and they made them whether it was free throws by Eugene or. Johnson. In the Nebraska game. Getting a last fourteen points an unusual person to get that. But that's Rutgers has been able to do this Indiana team could score. So we'll see. Over the first ten minutes of the game. Rutgers was giving the basketball away like candy on Halloween. But they have only turned it over once in the last twenty minutes of the game by Greece's candy at Halloween. All right up there with stickers such with you. And catch it. Connell down low shot. Good off the glass from miles Johnson. Great play out of the timeout by coach piker, get byles involved. The basketball for Indiana. Here's Durham left side to finish. Noticeably Lankford on the bench right now. Got three vowels, but they're down by ten thirteen. Now right side of the lane. Controlling hook shot for Morgan is good. Unstoppable. Both those shots. But both those players Morgan tonight. Has nine points for Indiana. It is a ten point game. Now. I had really got to work on my math skills. Joe? Well, you know, you're good at a lot of other things. So you don't wanna bird yourself with that? Let me know what those are. Has mantis left side McConnell down low shack Carter doubled tried to pass an inside it got knocked free. But he got it back shot clock. The three here's Harper with a floater. Finishes at the rim. Everything turning up. Just thirty eight scarlet knights time and score. How about that? With the basketball. Here's Justin Smith to finish driving left side of the lane. Away by Carter underneath now. It's taken back by Indiana shot clock. The ten Justin Smith right wing. Here's a left-wing three Durham connects. Lockers fifty Indiana forty one nine forty remaining. There was a poor star plus recruit coming out of high school, very good player. With the basketball. Here's Montanez Mathis left-wing for Rutgers takes the long to and he. Working shot drops it right through fifty to forty one. Rutgers nine twenty left Anderson Smith to the left side Durham circles around up top drives down the lane and lays it in parting the Red Sea right there workers won't like that play. No resistance at time. When I drive fifty to forty three. Scarlet knights nine minutes left. Up top of the key Caleb McConnell hands. It off Ron Harper junior and a little weave year for Montas Mathis drives left side, a runner that won't go tip. Back is no good on the right side. Four miles Johnson rebound. The other way there comes Indiana term trying to lay it in. No good, plenty of contact. But no call and the scarlet knights come away with it. Then think Johnson blocked at Chris right side with the basketball. It's Ron Harper junior underneath McConnell now down low. They get it to Carter, and he's fouled before he takes a shot at attempt. Play that time by a high ball screen and quarter. Just slipped. The ball screen went to the basket and McConnell held both players in a nice little pass to corner. Morgan picks up his fort. So he has to go to the bench taking his spot. Kick Forrester for Indiana. Also back in is Romeo Lankford after an extended absence with eight twenty two left. Rutgers done a good job getting big for Indiana and foul. Trouble inbounded for Rutgers Peter kiss just back into the game in the left corner. Omorogie hands it off Mathis count low way too hard of a pass the overhead fastball that was intended for all you couldn't handle it. And it ended up in the fourth row, those turnovers are they're not good. But they the ball goes out of bounds or the other team can't score easily. So anything is a good turnover. That's one fifty two forty-three. Rutgers, eight minutes left. Here's for long to outside the right elbow is good and Lankford starting to heat up a little bit. He's got thirteen. To forty five. Rutger's has to keep the intensity of Chris because a player like scores very easily. Gene over Rudy hands. It off hairs Montana's Mathis. Baker geo gets fouled out on the perimeter was seven forty two remaining at his team foul number six on Indiana ton out on the floor. Rutgers with a seven point lead over the hoosiers. And a scarlet knights actually pick up the seven th team foul on Indiana. They'll be in the bonus when we come.
"montanez" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Yes. Time with twins. Those are the questions that are. Yeah. Hey, listen. You want real talk. You're getting real target for hard knocks. That's right. Okay. Well, listen, you know, hardcore leather heads. No, these names, already, Kruger's, etc. But for guys who are more casual just to give you guys a couple of names Niners, obviously looking for a pass rusher and looking for a wide receiver. So who's shining down there? Now, Josh Allen the guy a lot of people have the Niners linked to is not there. He's not there. So he's chilling out. Why are you frowning bunny? I kinda wanted to see I haven Shanahan's talent speaks for itself. The combine pro day. Yeah. But there's a dude who's who's catching a lot of attention at a Mississippi State Montanez sweat nice on his sweat. If you watch college football. You saw this guy song gotta ask the obvious question. Keith sweat. Well, obviously the name, right? Montanez sweat. It's funny. Three reason. The first thing that jumped to my mind was that very disturbing song by inner circle girl. I'm gonna make you sweat in which I believe inner circle. Maybe went a little too, bad, boys. Yeah. Well, that was nice girl. Gonna make you sweat might get a little personal what's wrong with being sexy. It's kind of like, okay, we get it. We we hear your intentions. We know what you got. You're going to do. There are no. But you know, maybe you could have dial it back. Everybody know..
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"One oh, two lawmakers in some states have been considering legal cannabis or CBD oil for children with certain illnesses. Now, an art exhibit titled faces of art displays many dozens of photos of children who have benefited from those drugs photographer, Nicole Montanez can name the two hundred eighty three kids in the faces of art Montana's believes in the success. She seemed for those children to put a child out there to say, maybe you should take another look this is not people who are trying to get high Montanez telling CBS four she believes in the effectiveness of cannabis and CBD oil for children's illnesses, including reducing seizures in kids with epilepsy. I witnessed politicians changing their minds being open minded willing to listen, and I want to secure their place in this in history. The exhibit is on display at the habitat gallery on Santa Fe Denver's art district. Colorado snowpack. Doc is in much better shape. After this recent storm with more snow on the way, the latest storm gave a nice boost to Colorado's snowpack. It's now one hundred and seven percent of the median average all major river basins did see an increase and we'll get some more Monday. As a new storm rolls in that threatens to bring rain changing to snow to the eastern plains and Denver Bundy night into Tuesday from CBS four meteorologist Chris beers on KOA NewsRadio. College hoops, the buffs. Fall at Utah. Seventy eight sixty nine coach tad Boyle. Speaking to voice of the buffs, Mark Johnson. Our.
"montanez" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Rutgers doing a good job in any sort of transition situation taking the ball right to the basket. Pauling up the fouls. Montanez mathis. We say before one and one opportunity. Big free throws horrific and knock them down front end. No good. And the ball knocked it abounds last touch by beg sin. Good work by dourson. Rutgers will keep the ball down by eight much-needed basket. Baker to throw and he's got Sean dourson harder and Mathis on the floor. Lob the ball the way out hide a Carter. Swinging the ball of the right side for Mathis fell on extended fake, right? Go left and travel. Not exactly what they were looking for coming off the time out. Miss Fru throw and then turn it over. So an opportunity there to get two points twelve turnovers on the night for Rutgers. Seven forty six to go second half. Northwestern forty-nine. Rutgers forty-one. Taylor. The passes deflected by Baker into the hands of gains gains dribble drive Shacklock dourson out of bounds about that. Block. Great help defense. Northwestern keeps the ball will inbound on the baseline check just reached that Paul. There are knocked it out. Great defense by shock like it might be an easy to. But instead shack to the rescue with his twentieth. Block the season. Inbound the ball of gains with fifteen on the shot clock gains on the wing double team nearby Carter and Baker. Swinging up top Taylor has it Taylor. Top of the key move right through left cop fake left. Go right. Look like a walk up and call Chuka jumper. No, good math is back with the rebound. Montanez flying up the floor gets in Costa running a good. But a foul called on Benson co picks up his second and so- Montas Mattis. We'll get two free throws the one good thing. Montage is really doing because he's he's attacking a basket. So the northwestern defenders are getting are not outside the the orange. So they're not going to get any of those calls are inside the Yorkshire is doing a great job. And he he reads that and just powers to the basket. Here's Mathis three of five from the line tonight. Could use these two here..