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01:39 min | Last month

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"Center s t l dot com came. Alexe news Time is 9 32 I'm Tom Ackerman keeping an eye on this line of storms, and it is a massive line of storms that stretches as far north as Burlington, Iowa. And this far south. As Springfield, Missouri. So here's where it stands right now. This line approaching ST Louis, the heaviest is over Montgomery City. Jones Berg High Hill along 70 and also down to 90 for Gaskin. Aid County. Hermann. Missouri is getting wet right now we do have some pockets above Moscow Mills and Troy, Missouri and again closing in on the ST Louis area. We are going to get wet and we're going to have a flash flood watch continuing until one o'clock this afternoon. Early sun today gave way to clouds now very warm and humid the rest of the day. So the showers and thunderstorms Arms later this morning into early afternoon will involve heavy downpours that will cause quick flooding, possibly on highways and poor drainage areas, along with streams and creeks. That is something to be aware of. And why we're in a flash flood Watch until one high today of 89 degrees. Some thunderstorms in spots this evening Otherwise partly cloudy and human Alot of 75 right now downtown. Looking at a partly cloudy sky to mostly cloudy now and 75 degrees came Alexe News time is 9 33 You voted for your favorite burgers and Delhi's in ST Louis. Now the food fight continues with the battle of the barbecue head became wix dot com slash food Fight.

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"montgomery city" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

06:37 min | Last month

"montgomery city" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"Eighteenth twenty twenty. Thank you for listening to this independent news which appreciate your support through the donate button at Buzz Burbank Dot Com. We lost nearly three thousand Americans in the nine eleven attacks that prompted an immediate response from the US government and kept us on alert to the point of changing our lives, including how we enter stadiums or board airline flights because it had to be done. Today two, thousand twenty, there is still no federal response to a pandemic that killed three thousand of us every few days. This enemy is one that's become acceptable, the too many Americans certainly not worth saving three thousand of our own people, every three or four days by simply wearing a mask in public, keeping our distance and washing our hands. As this report is published about one hundred eighteen thousand Americans have died from Corona Virus, disease and more than two. Dollars have tested positive so far the numbers continue to rise. The CDC is now predicting as many as one hundred forty thousand US corona virus death by July. Fourth deaths are expected to increase in Arizona Arkansas North Carolina Utah and Hawaii. A model used by the White House now projects. There will be over two hundred thousand American lives loss to the virus by October, first. This week we crossed the two million mark for the number of American infections. But in the minds of too many Americans, the pandemic is over, or it was never here to begin with, or they won't get sick from it or they have a medical condition. They don't have to disclose but trust them. They can't wear a mask. Or just because they're Americans and the government can't make them. And while most Americans were kind of Ok with staying home for six weeks to many rushed back into bars and restaurants and salons and gyms and shopping malls. It's been three weeks since the Memorial Day weekend. That seemed to reopen the country whether it was ready or not. Since then we've seen spikes. Especially in the sunbelt states, especially in trump country, cases are up in twenty states and Puerto Rico. Arizona which opened a week before the Memorial Day weekend has now four times as many cases as New York. Arizona hospitals are admitting sixteen hundred Corona virus patients a day doubling the daily number last month. It's ICU beds are filling up in record numbers. Arizona's cases have shot up by two hundred forty percent in the past two weeks over fourteen percent of the test coming back positive, but Arizona has no plans to shut down again. In our uneven response to the pandemic testing is up in some areas, and that could account for some, but certainly not all of the spikes, not even most of them. That's because the number of hospitalizations for corona virus has also spiked to record highs in fifteen states including Arizona, Texas and Florida. Even taking the increase testing into account, the numbers are up across the Sunbelt from Utah and Arizona to Florida and up to North Carolina. In, spite of all this in a conference call Monday Vice President Mike Pence urged governors to keep repeating the misleading claim that the increase in cases is due to an increase in testing. That's a partial truth at best. And Pence's claimed that the spikes are intermittent is downright false. Encouraged people. Pence told the governor's with the news that we are safely reopening the country. Earlier in the day, trump told reporters. If stop testing right now, we'd have very few cases if any. A waterpark in Houston drew big crowds when it opened, and people swarmed the beaches of the Texas coast a Houston official says his county is on the precipice of a disaster. And urged people to limit their contacts as the county finds over three hundred new cases on each day of its five day a week testing. That's Houston now. Cases are up in Texas by fifty four percent in the past two weeks mostly, thanks to hot spots in nursing homes, jails and meat packing plants, hospitalizations there have set a new record high up forty-two percent since Memorial Day up to twenty, two hundred hospitalized in Texas every day. There is concerned also about the numbers in the Carolinas. Georgia and Florida the US is about to see. New York sized numbers across the Sunbelt. The, cannibals listened to carefully to everything the missionary had to say. And then they ate him. At. The city council meeting in Montgomery Alabama this week. Towns lawmakers listened to doctor after doctor carefully explain how the local hospital's intensive care units were filled to capacity with critically ill covid, nineteen patients, and how ninety percent of those patients are black, and how requiring cloth face mask could dramatically slow the spread of the disease. Require the masks they said. The! Doctors warned that the hospitals in Montgomery Alabama were about to be overrun and doctor after doctor described to the city council. How dead bodies are being carried out of a local hospital? Every thirty minutes they talked about their frustration at being stopped on the street by people asking if there's really a pandemic or if it's just a political ploy. The Montgomery City Council also heard from citizen William. Boyd told of losing six of his family members to covid nineteen. He told the council the question on the table is whether black lives matter. The Council then voted on the ordinance to require masks in public in Montgomery. Because the vote ended in a tie, the proposal was defeated. The cannibals listen carefully to everything. The missionary had to say. And then they ate him. Because trump said he took no responsibility in this states have responded in a patchwork with some states unable to do the kind of aggressive testing contact, tracing and isolation necessary to contain this spreading of the disease, even with the number soaring in Arizona. The bars are packed without any social distancing guidelines. There's no requirement to wear face masks. Arizona has not stepped up infection control at nursing homes, and no there has not been a notable increase in testing or contact tracing their around the country. People have gone back to the malls and the parks almost as if nothing had ever happened, and certainly as if it weren't still happening. Even as it kills more than eight hundred Americans each day, even though we discover over twenty one thousand new cases each day. And those numbers are so far holding steady. The numbers are much less discouraging than the ones. We.

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"montgomery city" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

10:35 min | 11 months ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Laws when they decided the best way to fight fight-back would be to boycott the Montgomery City buses on December fifth the day of Roses Trial N. double. ACP volunteers mimeographed yeah graft over thirty five thousand fliers to get the word out about the boycott they read stay off the buses Monday in protest protests of the arrest and trial. You can afford to stay out of school for one day. If you work. Take a cab or walk but please children children and grown ups. Don't ride the boss at all on Monday. These flyers were sent home with black schoolchildren and they were posted in black neighborhoods and on December fourth Nixon was even able to get an ad in the local paper on December number fifty nine thousand nine hundred fifty five around twenty people gathered at Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Zion church in Montgomery to discuss the best strategies auditees for the bus boycott. They decided that if Rosa lost the case the boycott would extend beyond her trial date indefinitely to organize organiz a longer bus boycott the group elected one of their most trusted team members to spearhead the movement a twenty six year old Baptist Reverend by the name of Dr Martin Luther King Junior together with the help of the N. double. ACP He formed the Montgomery Improvement Association. Their goal was to keep the boycott going until the status. Quo Changed that day forty two year old Rosa parks stepped into the stuffy halls of the Montgomery County courthouse. She was greeted by a bustling crowd of around around five hundred local supporters cheering her on her attorney was a man named Fred Gray and accomplished lawyer preacher and and activist who graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of law he was a go getter with a strong passion for civil rights in fact upon moving to Alabama. He said he was ready to destroy everything segregated but given the racist laws in place. Rosa never stood a chance the entire trial lasted all of thirty minutes during which Rosa was convicted of disorderly conduct and and violating the local bus ordinance she was fine ten dollars plus four dollars in courtroom fees approximately one hundred and fifty dollars in today's currency all the crime of refusing to vacate a bus seat the N. double. ACP and the black community at large deemed at this verdict unacceptable Rosette should not be charged with breaking the law if that law was unethical in the first place and so the Montgomery bus boycott began it rained on the evening of December Fifth Nineteen fifty five but but even so the city buses were mostly empty forty thousand people walk through the rain to get home from work some as far as twenty twenty miles as Montgomery's black population made up about seventy percent of all bus customers. The boycott struck in early in devastating blow. The buses soon became something of a laughing stock public buses sat at the side of the road completely empty except for the drivers ars but the boycott also had an adverse effect on Rosa and her husband a week into the protest. Rosa was fired from her seamstress job he'd held for years. No reason was given about Rosa suspected. It was because of her involvement in the boycott the next week Raymond also lost his job after talking about the boycott at work but the setbacks only made the parks family all the more more resolute as weeks passed the city of Montgomery began to feel the financial impact of the boycott bus fares bears were a reliable source of income for any city and now with the boycott in full swing that revenue stream was drying up on January anuary thirtieth nineteen fifty six the fifty seventh day of the boycott. The home of Dr Martin Luther King was bombed to buy white radicals two days later Edgar. Nixon's house was also bombed but once more the black community refused is to be intimidated in the face of property damage and violence the boycott continued meanwhile roses legal troubles proliferators liberated the city of Montgomery had criminalized boycotts and on February twenty first nineteen fifty six. She was arrested once again again for her role in the movement. Her supporters once again bailed her out but she knew that the fight wasn't over yet six months after the boycott began roses attorney. Fred Gray finally managed to gain an audience with the US District Court for the Middle District Straight Valla Bama in June nineteen fifty six fred argued that state bus segregation laws were unconstitutional and violated the rights of his community on June fifth nineteen fifty-six the three judges announced their ruling two to one in favor of Fred Gray. The fight still wasn't over the city of Montgomery filed an appeal that took the case to the United States Supreme Court on November Thirteenth Nineteen nineteen fifty-six over the next month. Fred continued to fight for his community and on December seventeenth nineteen fifty six he emerged victorious the Supreme Court rejected the appeal and ruled that bus segregation was illegal at the time roses case and the accompanying boycott was the largest successful black civil rights action in US history on December nineteenth nineteen fifty six the supreme court's written order arrived at the Montgomery Court House. Segregation of buses was officially officially illegal in the city. The boycott ended the next day and Montgomery's black citizens resumed using the buses after three hundred and eighty one days of walking and taking cabs for her bravery and her vision Rosa came to be known as the mother of the civil rights movement unfortunately even after the boycott ended she continued to face further harassment and threats Rosa and her husband Raymond grew to feel so oh unsafe they eventually relocated to Detroit Michigan in nineteen fifty seven and settled near Rosa's brother Sylvester MacAulay while in Detroit Rosa became an administrative aide in the Detroit Office of Congressman John Conyers Junior. She stayed there from nineteen sixty four to to her retirement in nineteen eighty eight regarding her work at this time she said I would have to take long of a minute to and give my whole synopsis of my life but I want to let you know that are all of us. Uh should be free and equal and have equal opportunity and that is what I'm trying to instill and and curry and inspire young people to reach the high for ten zero throughout the nineteen seventies Rosa Parks donated most of her money to civil rights organizations like the N. double. ACP and witnessed the establishment of a number of equitable laws including the Fair Housing Act and the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty eight the nineteen seventies also proved to be some of the most personally heartbreaking years of her life on August nineteenth nineteen seventy seven her husband died of throat cancer a few months later in November nineteen seventy seven her brother also died of cancer mindful of her husband's in the ability to receive a formal education during his lifetime Rosa co-founded the Rosa Rosa l Parks Scholarship Foundation for college bound high school seniors and the Roseanne Raymond Parks Institute for self development to serve Detroit's youth on October twenty fourth two thousand five at the age of ninety two Rosa Parks passed away in her apartment in Detroit Michigan she was laid to rest in the US capital and honor typically reserved for statesmen and military leaders in fact she was the first woman to ever receive such a distinction at her funeral over thirty thousand people passed by her coffin to pay respects and on December first two thousand five most major cities in the United States left seats empty on public public buses to commemorate roses incredible act of civil disobedience roses dedication to community and equality extended far beyond a refusal to give up her seat on a bus she was an advocate for black people and women everywhere and helped catapult the civil rights movement to the mainstream thanks to her courage. Rosa parks became a role model and icon and for women of Color as she explained I have learned over the years that when one's mind is made up knowing what must be done does away with fear.

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"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Awakes news time is five forty one and maybe you got rumbled out of bed this morning or maybe not maybe a slept right through those storms we do have some standing water in the area which could cause some problems on the roadways but let's check in with our meteorologist dean devore and he is in the air comfort service heating and cooling storm center yeah let's talk about what we got to we got a flash flood watch for everybody till ten o'clock warnings out for the city of northeastern part of the city north county and over into the metro east suburbs for another four five hours was also flash flood watches all the way back that seventy corridor towards a Montgomery city in Columbia that's where next batch of thunderstorms that really concerns me are right and centered on a Montgomery city and just to the west the warranted and then looks like those will come through here in the next hour or so another round of flooding downpours pass that the big story maybe the heat humidity the rest of the day as we do have a heat advisory in effect for this afternoon showers and thunderstorms actually lift a little bit later this today to our north and east allow some sunshine and temperatures getting up in the mid nineties real feels ten year one hundred and then thunderstorms again tonight as we cut back the heat humidity a little bit as we go into tomorrow but it's gonna will require a lot of watching today with temperatures starting on the upper seventies hitting highs in the nineties real feels in the low to mid one hundred so a hundred a hundred and five this afternoon I make you with urologist in divorce Saint Louis is newsradio KMOX and the weather is sponsored by true car looking to buy a car online shopping can be confusing not anymore with true price for the true car now you can know the exact price to pay for the car you want to see what other people paid for two when you're ready to buy a new or used car visit true card to enjoy more company car buying experience Elaine Thomas and what happened next is awesome you'll hear it at five forty five cable X. news time is five forty let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll.

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"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Firefighters are called back in. They're beginning rescue operations. A certain parts of Jefferson City. The started a little bit earlier. I'm going to scroll back to the tweet that the national weather service put out this is what they said at eleven forty seven PM Jefferson City violent tornado confirmed. Now it's out of Jefferson City and we're looking at some of the debris that's out there. Now in the emergency crews that are working on them. Wow. What a night for storms again two nights in a row. We saw the one yesterday came through on it, actually. Did a round to here tonight, looking at some of the radar that's going through north of firming up to high hill? In Montgomery city. Wow. This is a pretty long line of storms as you heard from AccuWeather we had met Brinda on a little bit ago. He says, yeah, we're going to probably see these line of storms that were going all the way down. Oklahoma through Missouri. Up until about five AM this morning. Now it doesn't mean they're all be severe. It just means. That's the time. It's gonna take to get this storm system out of here. All right. We're with we get more info, we will. We're going to CBS news here at the top of the hour. I'll update you as soon as we get back here on camel ex the severe weather through the overnight. It's something else. We'll be right back. Hey, this is Paul Cook. Are you looking to complete your undergrad degree or get your master's? You have to check out southern New Hampshire university. There's over two hundred transfer friendly degree programs with flexible class schedules and some of the lowest online tuition rates in the nation. Plus southern New Hampshire university is nonprofit, which means they've built higher education with you in mind to some graduate.

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"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And the AccuWeather forecast for cable ex well, we're going to have some early clouds and clearing late tonight. Watch for that black ice out there on the roads. Low of twenty six degrees overnight tomorrow, partly sunny, not quite as cold in the afternoon. A high of forty four will melt off some of that snow Wednesday's high forty one degrees. Stick around because on Friday and Saturday, we might be having yet. Another major winter storm coming in chances are we'll get between one and seventy four inches of snow here in the St Louis area coming up this weekend. That's the weather. Total information PM continues after this odd. Campbell ex traffic and weather together every ten minutes another update in moments and joining us now is the chief meteorologist Steve Templeton. Steve, I guess the storm that hit us had been forming for a while. And there was no doubt. It was going to snow. There was great confidence. Yeah. I mean when all the models kind of agree. Hey, you're gonna get snow. It's just a matter of. Where's the heaviest? And how heavy is it going to be Steve here in the Saint Louis area? Who got the biggest amount of snow and who got the smallest amount as you go west and north west of Saint Louis, that's where the highest totals were. There's a town called Montgomery city Montgomery County twenty inches twenty inches is just outside our coverage area, but some of them can get us in ten out there so twenty inches out there, especially at the airport eleven point four, and you know, we thought hey, a foot of snow is possible. But you know, when you say a foot of snow in Saint Louis, man, that's like a historic store. Very rare. Yeah. Top five snow falls on record. The number five is thirteen inches. Another one point six inches. We would have been talking top five snowfall events. So this this was a big one. And you know, over the past several years of the most we've seen by the way in six years. People have been saying when are we going to get a good snow mother nature delivered? Totally nailed it. And it was a it was a nice little fluffy. Snow? It wasn't one of these icy things you gotta scrape and time on Saturday heavy and wet I wouldn't say it was fluffy. But there was no freezing rain. There was a time a Saturday afternoon in my house here in the city Steve getting snowflakes that were clump together like the size of a golf ball huge. So that that happens when temperatures close to freezing as they fall through the air because.

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"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"You'd be in the show case everytime. Steve here in the Saint Louis area who got the biggest amount of snow and who got the smallest amount as you go west and north west of Saint Louis, that's where the highest totals were. There's a town called Montgomery city Montgomery County twenty inches twenty inches is just outside our coverage area, but some of them can get us on ten out there so twenty inches out. There fish Lee at the airport eleven point four, and you know, we thought hey, a foot of snow is possible. But you know, when you say a foot of snow in Saint Louis, I mean, that's like a historic store. Very rare. Yeah. Top five snow falls on record. The number five is thirteen inches. Another one point six inches. We would have been talking top five snowfall vents. So this this was a big one. And you know, over the past several years of the most we've seen by the way in six years. People have been saying when are we going to get a good snow mother nature delivered? Totally nailed it. And it was a it was a nice little fluffy. Snow? It wasn't one of these icy things, you gotta scrape. Time on Saturday, heavy and wet. I wouldn't say it was fluffy. But there was no freezing rain that nobody. There was a time a Saturday afternoon in my house here in the city. Steve we were getting snowflakes that were clump together like the size of a golf ball. Yeah. Huge. So that that happens when temperatures close to freezing as they fall through the air because they melt a little bit. And then they stick together. So what you're actually looking at is not one flake, but like a bunch that have clumped together. So it's like it's like congress. So what do you call those things when you got the big the big puffy so flex they got to have a name for that pancakes, I silver dollar really you don't have like a meteorological term, the big flakes Johnson effect or. John. This is a family show.

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"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"It's eight forty two. I'm Debby Monterey. And joining us here for overtime. The Monday version, it's Brad young Harris style, Fisher and young and Charlie Brennan, Charlie Brennan show. All right. Some may say that American kids don't study enough. The Warren county school district though on Thursday joined a growing trend among Missouri school districts. They're moving to four day school weeks the school board voted six to one in favor of this move, which superintendent said would help the district with its main challenge teacher retention. What do you think of four day school wakes Charlie huge error major mistake. And it's it's terrible for the kids in that district. It's being done for all the wrong reasons. Every move that the school board should make should be. Are we going to increase the academic performance of the kids? This is we've got a monetary problem. We can't retain the teachers because they're making more money in other school districts. So we'll go down to four days. As a week. Everybody knows that you are good at you do a lot of the ten thousand hour theory. Who's our buddy who came up with that one, Malcolm? Glad welcome glad. Well, the more you do something the better you are other countries are at six days a week or five and a half. And so these kids are going to four, and we think they're going to be better when it comes to their ACT's SAT's. Are they going to be better getting ready for college or whatever they want to do? I'm sorry. I think that the school board has just committed educational malpractice. Yeah. I tend to agree. I have a nephew. That's actually a teacher in Montgomery city. And one of the things I've heard from him at Dudley is that that extra day gives kids a lot of time to get into trouble because their their parents are at work, and there's nobody around and it's just a more opportunity for mischief and mayhem. So this is focused as Charlie said, this is focused on the teachers we should be focused on the students, and this is a step in the wrong direction. All right. We have now medicinal marijuana in Missouri passed by voters in November. And I'll direct this one to you Brad, because I know you deal with employers on these situations, but misery legislator is filing. A Bill to impose a stiff price for anyone. Taking advantage of the medical marijuana measure Senator David Seder's Bill could allow employers to ban medical marijuana usage. Even if they have a physician certificate for medical marijuana. It would also allow random drug testing and positive tests could result in termination. So if I have if I have an illness and my doctor says you can smoke marijuana. My employees can say tough. Yes. In for the same reason that alcohol is legal. But if you show up at work drinking a hot toddy and you pass a drug test. You're going to be fired. So I'm in favor of this. And some folks can say, well, what if it's prescribed that seems rather harsh it's not for two reasons. First of all that is not the only drug of. Choice. In other words, if someone's being treated with medical marijuana that's choice, the probably going to be alternatives, and if they work for a company that drug tests, they can use the alternatives. Secondly, this becomes and this is the real problem with medical marijuana is that it becomes a cover for recreational marijuana. So in other words, someone could buy all the hash. They wanted from their dope. Dealing friends on the weekend and say hi all weekend show up Monday, flunk a drug test and say, oh, we'll see look I've got a card from my doctor. What really I've got medical marijuana. But they may not have used that for weeks so becomes a cover and permission to use recreational marijuana and would folks show up at work impaired. They're they're a hazard to themselves and others. So I'm very much in favor of this Bill. Well, I think it depends what the job is if you're a pilot or if you're operating heavy machinery. Yeah. It's true that marijuana can slow your reaction time by about during the next three hours, and that can be a real problem. If you're driving a truck, for example, but there are. The other jobs. I think Brad that we should have more passion for people who might be taking it for their chemotherapy. Or whatever. There might be some people out there who have very legitimate reasons to use medical marijuana, and they might be in a job. Like, I dunno radio talk show host where they're not operating heavy machinery, and I wouldn't want that person to lose his or her Monday gig because of the medical marijuana. Although can an employer if you have a card that says you can use it can the employers say, well, you can you. It's okay for you to use it because you have cancer and you're going through chemotherapy. But you can't because yours is just for. I don't know anxiety or something. I would say it depends. What what are you doing? You know, if you're in charge of the forklift or the crane, and I'm sorry. You got chemotherapy, you're taking miracle medical marijuana. You're just not fit for this job. If on the other hand, you're shuffling papers. I think it's that's different. But the problem with that perspective Charlie is who makes the decision of what's important. And what isn't I mean that should be for each employer? I I'm I'm an employer. All right and one could say well working in a law firm. You don't you? So what if your high, but I wouldn't want my staff to be high while they're putting together pleadings? All right. I wouldn't want that. While the representing my clients. I don't want them stone. And so who's going to make that determination if the employers make it that's great. If the. Government's gonna come in and say, well, Charlie Brennan, your job, really isn't important. So we don't care if you're stone. But somebody else it might be do we really want to state making those calls. The final thing on. This is is that because this is so brand new it's going to be five to ten years before the appellate courts get a chance to take a look at this and to into make some determinations as to what's permissible, and what isn't so we're at the beginning of a long process. Well, we hopefully won't aren't at the beginning of a long government shutdown. Although right now, it is officially the longest in our nation's history. And according to a poll from ABC news and the Washington Post fifty three percent of respondents say President Trump and Republicans in congress are to blame for the shutdown twenty nine percent blame Democrats and thirteen percent say it's a combo. Charlie. Do you think? These polling numbers will move the president to end the shutdown or what do you think is going to happen here? Well, you know, it's it's not my idea. But I think that the president will likely to declare national emergency take excess Pentagon funds. How can you have access Pentagon funds when you're running a twenty trillion dollar deficit? But that's what they call it money that might have been spent elsewhere and build a fence, and I think that's possible. And if people are blaming the president lets you can support the president you can be his critic, he's the guy who said in that meeting with Schumer and Pelosi, I'll take the blame. I'll take the heat. So if fifty six percent or blaming him, they're just going along with what he said would happen. And if you look at the past practices of President Trump he doesn't make decisions based upon polling data one of the interesting things about President Clinton when he was in office. You could always pretty much figure out what decision he's gonna make by the polling data. President trump. Only cares. What appeals to his base? And this is something that is base really likes. And so he's not going to change his opinion. Just because the overall polling data goes against him. Came away. News time is eight fifty and we'll take a break and return with round three of OT here on camera ex. Well, if all of this talk of snow and government shutdowns has you itching to get away from it all I have a great idea for a stress free vacation. And that would be calling sunrise tours of Saint Louis, featuring great vacation packages, like our national parks Yellowstone Yosemite. Katya, we did we did Yellowstone Yosemite and crater lake with sunrise tourists. They just do such an amazing job. They're based right here in Saint Louis. They've been helping Saint Louis travelers for more than twenty five years and they are now booking for the Washington. DC cherry blossom festival in April. How about a trip to New York City for Broadway shopping and big city excitement. We did that triplets. Sunrise tours about five years ago was phenomenal. 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"montgomery city" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm Paul Stevens. Fox News gunfire today outside the Phoenix Arizona motel. Six people shot one has been pronounced to seize the eighteen year old female and the alleged suspect. We we think is the suspect also has been shot. He's included in that Phoenix police sergeant Armando carbohydrate saying this whole thing started after verbal altercation between people in two different rooms the investigation goes on day. Twenty three the partial government shutdown sporty more rhetoric and finger pointing and still no end inside details. The latest with FOX's Grenell. Scott Paul the president says he wants to make a deal democratic Senator Chris coons says right now, it's hard to see the president is sincere. I think the president should test that by making it clear what concessions and what compromise he's willing to put forward? Senate Republican Lindsey Graham says he has some ideas for a deal starting with those allowed hereafter disasters. They're gonna lose their illegal status soon. He's willing to extend that the doctor recipients they're all tied up in court. But I think he would give them work permits for three years one time renewal. If you could get wall funding, both men on Fox News Sunday each day, the shutdown continues makes it the longest ever in this nation. Paul granola massive winter storm hitting parts of the midwest. Now impacting the eastern seaboard cases, we saw foot to four and a half of snow. What's the heavier amounts actually occurring over Missouri? Also in parts of Iowa in Illinois, and we actually have one report of as much as twenty inches of snow in central Missouri. In a town called Montgomery city. National weather service meteorologist Andrew Orson at the movie box office, the upside starring Kevin Hart and Bryan, Cranston. Surpassing expectations pulling in just under twenty million dollars in ticket sales aquaman after a few good weeks dropping to number two I'm Paul Stevens. And this is Fox News..

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"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Out of the Saint Louis area for now. I'm Michael Calhoun cammo ex news time is seven three and looking at the radar Montgomery city, just west of just east of Colombia Mexico, Missouri getting rain right now. But in the Saint Louis area, it is beginning to clear out might be some rain. If you're in the Troy, Missouri area jersey Ville, otherwise it's also moving off to the north Springfield Illinois getting wet right now there have been two shootings in Saint Louis. This morning to women suffered arm wounds in the nine hundred block of Manhattan at ten forty five an hour later, a teenage male was shot in a leg at Nebraska and Potomac. No one was hurt late this morning when a car slammed into the Denny's restaurant across Illinois avenue from the fire department headquarters in Belleville, the damage is extensive enough that the restaurant's been ordered closed until repairs can be made at imperial teenager. Was seriously injured this morning in a head on accident involving a motorcycle and ATV seventeen-year-old Ryan Weiss a-and had to be. Flown from the scene after his motorcycle hippie ATV on a curve at Saint Joe state park in Saint Francis county, the other driver a fourteen year old from Hollister was not hurt. Cable exports in extended break for the blues. They host the Calgary. Flames at seven pm Thursday at enterprise centre MLB playoffs tonight in the NFL, the Colorado Rockies are out as you heard from CBS news. The Milwaukee Brewers swept their three-game division series against the rocks winning game three tonight by the score of six nothing. Gained three of dodgers Braves is about to get started L A leads that series two games on the AL.

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"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Thanks for all your calls. And I am sure that I'm Monday all eyes are going to be on the television sets or wherever as we take a look at the hearings between professor Christina blazey Ford who claims that in the nineteen eighties. She was assaulted by a seventeen year old Brett Cavanaugh before he was judge Brett Cavanaugh. Of course. She's now a professor in Palo Alto, California. She claims this took place in Montgomery city, Maryland and. The other guy who's in the room. Mark judge says it's just nuts. I never saw Brett act that way. So we're taking your phone calls today on cable ex, hey, Donna, good morning. Thanks for joining us morning, Charlie in two thousand twelve she went to a psychotherapist with her husband and marriage, counselor or whatever. And when they interviewed the husband. He said this is being on APR. I believe that she was worried that someone like Br cabinet on might become a supreme court Justice. So she decided to go forward with it and two thousand twelve the nominee for the Republican party with Mitt Romney on his shortlist at the top was a guy by the name of Brett off that was in twenty twelve. Okay. But she she. She didn't go forward with it. Right. She did she in two thousand twelve is when she came out and talked to the therapist. There was also the same year. She wasn't coming out to stop Romney and Cavanaugh she was sharing this because she claimed that she had problems with of intimacy as a result of this attack. But she did not go public with this. Remember, no. But why did her husband than say it was her concern that Cavanaugh might become a supreme court Justice? And this is one of the reasons why she thought she should bring his name Bollard. It's quite possible. She has him mixed up with someone else. And all these people drinking at the party. Then I said, oh, yeah. Breck having all this hero. Yeah. My Marcial was here. Mike, judge whatever his name is actually just put two and two together. So that must've been them. She did say her her lawyer did say she was drinking. But claims she only had one beer after thirty six years. You can remember you only had one beer, I don't know some people can't remember after thirty six minutes. How many beers? Had. Well, all that is true. I think it is fair to say how ever that it wasn't until this summer. That the woman sent a letter to or congressman explaining her past. And and then that's how the ball got rolling. I it was an honest. And then now, of course, this past Friday in an interview with the Washington Post. She went on on the record for the first time. Hi, julie. You're on camel ex. Hi, are you there? Yes. I am. Thank you. Okay. Well, I my perspective is a couple of things I'm a moderate Republican. I don't know if there are many of me or not, and I don't appreciate what the Democrats have done here. And I don't think that I think that whatever he did thirty years ago. Even questionable unless they can prove that he out now. Because if he's got no other people coming forward in a stellar reputation since that time, then I I mean, I sure wouldn't want things I did in high school held against my whole life. But I also come from the perspective of being a victim of sexual. News as a child, and I am offended somewhat by. I mean, I get the studies that you're saying that our memories are bad and. I I believe that. I I also know that you know, my memory, so they might not be. Are pretty pretty busy. And I just wonder what it would be studies that would show that if your memory is coupled with an event in very emotionally difficult significant to us that it would be improved. So I'm just wondering are there any studies out there like that? I don't know. I just I just kinda felt offended personally by that. Now. Now think about this for a moment, how do you verify that your memory is vivid that your recollection is vivid? How how do you verify that? It replaced right? My head. But it changes. Without you, even knowing it. Funny thing about the human memory. The person doesn't change, and you know, that the trauma. Does it change? I think we I haven't really had to jump on me metoo bandwagon. I'm surrounded by a supportive husband. And the parents that believe me immediately when I told them and it at that that has always made a world of difference. And if I ever struggle with something all I have to tell my husband is what it is. And you know, and so it's it brings in a whole other thing. I just think it's I don't know. I don't totally understand. And that's why I'm calling. I'm just wondering what studies are you? Quoting there must be a study. You can look at there's a zillion studies on memory. In fact, I've got two books on it at home. I think are called you are dumber than you think. And I forget what the other one is. And and then again, as I said earlier, this Dr Elizabeth loftiness, I believe she's now you Cal Berkeley, unless she's retired has spent an entire career on memory and. It's been proven again. And again that memories change. Although we think that they are solid. That's what we think. But they're not. And that the mind unlike a camera does not capture events and keep them in place. Well, I I mean, I I. Many things on psychology and management over the years. And studied the things that you're fresh learning happens until you're fifteen and after that new events are kinda. Funneled into your perceptions. That you already have. Able. And my wife, you know, I'm aware of even the way that things are initially reported in your memory are different. And you gave the example of somebody running into a glass ceiling briefcase, but I just I just wonder and I'll have to look for myself what studies out there when there's an emotional. That's got to enhance your memory to some degree. Actually, it's the opposite. Kelly often air Julie often in trauma. We forget. The mind represses that I mean, we now we've seen that a zillion times. In fact, a lot of sexual abuse. Survivors make that exact claim that the mind repressed it. Hello Stacy, you're on camera. Rex. Good morning, Charlie. How are you? Just fine. Thanks. I six thirty years ago. I wanted to from my perspective. I think that we all agree all of us who are in their right mind. Sexual assault is awful. But I. Equally. Here's someone being accused of it when you're guilty of it. And I wasn't there. I don't know what the situation was. But as someone who's been in that position. As difficult as it is. Me to prove that that's an effort. And there are systems in place in our judicial system is in place. Offer legal support for that. And you have to go through the channels coaches. It is that's why it's increase. Me that there's a history with his mother. Case her parents. Hearst turney. Clearly, we mean laugh. A lot of red flags, and I would one to be accused of some face. If it has happened. Stacey thanks for the phone. Call. You're not coming in. As clearly as we'd like. But we I think we understood that you did mention that it appears that Brett Kavanagh's mom was a judge in a case that involved, the foreclosure of the accusers parents home. So that's might be relevant. It might be just interesting. I don't know. I would also say that it's possible that this was not reported back in eighty three eighty two whenever this was why because back then the young woman. Assuming for a moment that this event did take place as she described it. She may not have thought that it was sexual assault. She may have said it was a terrible experience. And all that. But you may not have thought legally this is something I can report to the police and the do anything about me. Oh, she she. She's fifteen. She doesn't have knowledge of the law. Exactly how to report things where do you go? What's the phone number for this or for that? It was traumatic. It was horrible. But she just may not have excuse me. I'm so sorry had the had the knowledge of what one would what one might do in such a situation. Fourteen minutes away from ten o'clock. We've got lots of calls all of them have been great..

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"montgomery city" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Traffic and transit on the twos unfortunately we've got an accident on ninety five north at names road now this was a construction site but unfortunately there's an accident only the left lane is getting by there's a lot of equipment on scene here so this delay is actually all the way down on ninety four ninety five north in delaware from thirteen on up to that point so again the accident is near road everybody's got to scoot over to the left looks like they may even be utilizing the shoulder at this point you're going to run into another delay north just north of four fifty two we can see that in the mealey's furniture jam cam the styles you love for less it's low getting up to at three twenty two they're working on signs they're continuing north on ninety five jammed traffic near bridge street we've got some construction there too and then they've actually closed elaine north on ninety five between academy and woodhaven in that new construction pattern on the schuylkill expressway east it's sluggish coming through the conshohocken curve and it's slow again from the boulevard down to gerard and then slow again as you approach a south street now on the westbound schuylkill it's gotten a lot better it's still slow don't get me wrong from montgomery city avenue but not as bad as it was that construction is now out of the way it's the blue route that's our next problem north on ninety five that's where you find this first delay as you're trying to go to the rams to the blue route north you're jammed up to the approach of baltimore at baltimore pike it's the left lane that's blocked as they tried to clear the accident south on blue route from upper darby brunell down to just past baltimore pike things are jammed there to everybody who is taking a look in new jersey on fifty five north in violent we do have a jam up now this is gonna be as you're approaching landis avenue looks to be a couple of miles long and that is construction getting on the walt whitman in new jersey one lane blocked getting on the ben franklin bridge the two left lanes are blocked so it is pretty slow now all the way across into philidelphia mass transit no reported delays next update in less than ten minutes i'm stevie recent the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center kyw news time eleven thirty three as criticism mounts the.

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"montgomery city" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"But but that list of crimes they said that that got too big if you've committed a crime and you're being deported i pretty much think there should be a period at the end of that sentence there there shouldn't be ex an astra's afterwards except if you did this this this because being here illegally is a crime in and of itself as much as they don't wanna will allow admit that so casa which is another rights immigrants rights group by the way i didn't know you spoke spanish dave blamed the state attorney general john mccarthy for persuading montgomery city county council to expand the list of crimes which we're not going to defend this is lunacy this is absolute sheer lunacy is is ridiculous he said state attorney john mccarthy said there are still a significant number of people that are law abiding citizens that they could that they could serve shame on them for a for coming for the money and then not taking it meaning referring to care i thought that the original list was woefully inadequate inadequate i think there's strong law enforcement reasons for the amendments to the bill of course opponents are saying if a sham they were never going to they were never going to give them the money anyway so the is up for grabs if you're interested if you want to i look here's the thing i'd never understood about all of this i mean besides the obvious point word is citizens should not be paying for things that are against their own interests that's ridiculous and also that legislators should not be representing people who aren't actually the citizens who elected them in the first place that's another obvious point but what about all these like sort of the bleeding heart liberals here who are trying to keep illegal immigrants in the united states why can't they just do this pro bono why do we need an immigration rights defense fund in order to keep people in the united states if your whole thing is is activism to defend the rights of illegal immigrants as you see them do it for free baby it's only doctors who are supposed to do stuff out of the goodness of your heart go pro bono on this he said no actually taxpayers foot.

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"montgomery city" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Birmingham wbjc hd two birmingham this is yellowhammer news i'm andrea thais of phoenix city man is sentenced to thirty years in prison for leading a multimillion dollar identity theft and tax refund fraud scheme william gosheh the third who goes by the name boohbooh was convicted last november of multiple counts of fraud gosheh and his accomplices rammed the identity theft ring from 2010 the 2013 the group posed as a sham tax preparation business in order to get twenty two million dollars in fraudulent tax returns the department of justice says over eight thousand identities were stolen from the us army alabama state agencies and georgia businesses a new form of execution is making its way through the alabama legislature jay holland with yellowhammer news has the story the house judiciary committee approved a bill wednesday that would allow for execution by nitrogen gas it now moves to the full house of representatives for a possible floor vote senator trip pittman republican montrose said the measure would allow execution by nitrogen hypoxia if lethal injection was not available or ruled unconstitutional no one has ever been executed by the method pittman said he believes it is humane for the yellowhammer news radio network i'm jay holland and on this day in nineteen 64 in alabama history the us supreme court rules in a landmark case regarding free speech the court ruled against montgomery city commissioner lb sullivan sullivan was suing the new york times for posting an inaccurate add that criticized the city for handling civil rights demonstrators the court sided the first amendment win ruling against sullivan giving greater protection for citizens and the media to criticize the government this news is brought to you by attorney alexander.

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"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Date on the voice of st louis came away and checking the road conditions right now in missouri as far as close actually as new florence it up nineteen starting to see some snow cover and then i seventy is pretty good until you get right across the callaway county border is we're going to start running into some slushie conditions there and basically anything from actually it's now south of hannibal on down towards montgomery city and jefferson city actually some of the roads a highway fifty as close as owes sage it looks like is where you're going to see let's see what is that it can't tell 'cause there's a gline there but anyway you've got some uh some road conditions from the area to the west and north that are getting pretty uh pretty slick right now down on to the camden tend to preston in over two nevada and a once again they have a winter weather advisory in the southwest corner of missouri the covers the entire your southwest corner basically from sedale ya on over to salem and down looking at the road and conditions in illinois they now stretch all the way to a cancun key over two from can't get key to the quad cities you're seeing a lot of a snow covered conditions and that includes peoria and even lincoln and from jacksonville on north we're seeing some problems so be aware of that if you're heading out on this christmas eve icy roads are blamed for saturday mornings crash that killed a forest del man highway patrol says eightyfiveyearold charles turbbach spick up began sliding on the icy highway on the sixty one bridge crossing from st charles county and lincoln county the truck struck guard rails on both sides of the road and overturned a missouri highway patrol trooper escaped injury when a car sliding on a patch of ice slammed into his squad car it happened yesterday morning in the southwestern part of the state near the springfield airport exit the squad car was parked on the side of.

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"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Are in critical condition after a driveby shooting in university city it actually happened last tuesday evening police did not release any information until yesterday when a postdispatch reporter called them the post reporting that the two were in a car at ferguson in plymouth when gunmen in two other vehicles pulled up and opened fire the ninemonthold was hit in the back the eighteenmonthold was shot in the head to others were in the car they were hit no word on how they are doing st louis police say a male was shot dead in the 1200 block of gambling in the bait neighborhood the homicide unit is investigating that happen within the last hour police also reporting a person shot this morning a north st louis has died the man was in his thirties he was shot once in the chest that was about three twenty a m on at sold near page in the hamilton heights neighborhood his name has not been released a reminder westbound forty four is closed from the north side of downtown to the south side of downtown that goes on all weekend long on the closure basically runs from the stadium usual veterans bridge to the fifty five split that southbound detour will take you down tucker to lafayette if you're coming across the psb the exits to forty four and fifty five or close she'll have to get off at nine street by the stadium than take a left to tucker then take another other left if you want to head west from the eastside use i seventy across the usual veterans bridge a large recall by montgomery city missouri company supreme cuisine recalling three hundred twenty five thousand pounds of meat and poultry fat enlarged products due to the possibility ability of back tirias the items were sold through the internet and there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reaction due to the consumption of the products in campbell exports red birds with that big eleven to to win last night will try to build on that this afternoon they play at three o five here on kmox our coverage begins with the amran pregame show at ten the camel x forecast right before the tech home improvement show continues this afternoon hot and humid there's a good possibility of severe storms they should move in late this afternoon we'll see a high today of about ninety two then severe thunderstorms pa elizabeth through the evening hours tonight we'll.

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"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"montgomery city" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Another killing in st louis overnight kmox news time is eight o'clock 800 four i'm brian kelly and will have your forecast and six minutes phyllis homicide detectives are investigating an overnight shooting left one person dead happen about 320 this morning on an edsel near page that's an a hamilton heights neighborhood the victim's name not being released jet to children ages nine and eighteen months are in critical condition after a driveby shooting in university city now this happened shortly after eight tuesday night near ferguson and plymouth but information was not released until yesterday a police say the victims were southbound on ferguson when suspects in two cars pulled up and opened fire the post reports a two other people in the car were also hit by gunfire but there's no word on how they are doing a large recall by montgomery city missouri company supreme cuisine is recalling three hundred twenty five thousand pounds of meat and poultry fat and lord products due to the possibility of bacteria the duck beef and pork fat products where package from june first of last year through may eighth of this year with a one year shelf life the items were sold through the internet and shipped to retail locations nationwide there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions who the consumption of those products in sports after last night's eleven to win in baltimore the cardinals and auriol's play again this afternoon at camden yards our coverage on kmox begins at to ten the first pitch is it three owed five are forecast calls for hot and humid today with some sun breaking through a high of ninety two thunderstorms role in this evening around five i'm just six o'clock stick around until nine to ten o'clock and they could be severe otherwise warm and cloudy seventy three tonight tomorrow clouds giving way to some sun and a high of eighty six is seventy three in belleville 72 in saint charles and seventy three degrees downtown at the gateway arch i'm brian kelly kmox news time is six.

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