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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

03:10 min | 3 d ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Four seconds later. Okay. Bear charges the door, then starts making this weird sound with its mouth. That's actually a great sound. That's what they make when they're and they're nervous. He's trying to tell us to Back off. Corolla says These charges are almost always bluffs meant to scare away a potential aggressor. Okay, big boy. Sorry. She loads up the tranquilizer Dart gun, takes aim for his shoulder and pulls the trigger. After 15 minutes, she bangs on the cage to see if he's awake. With the Bears sleep or something close to it. Corolla crawls into the trap and puts rope cuffs around his paws. She and her helpers pull the bear out. The bear is huge. A male, six ft long with a massive head and powerful limbs. Its paws measures six inches wide, she says. He's over £300. He's in really good shape. You know, his coat looks great. He's clearly getting plenty to eat. He's in. He's in really excellent shape. Corallo takes its temperature measures its head and torso and shaves a patch of hair off the bears ears where Corolla will put its tags. This big guy is one of about 700 bears. The game commission will tag this year. State uses these tags to estimate the overall bear population, which has been growing back in the seventies. There were practically decimated into small. Sub populations that could really only be found in north central, the northeast part of state that changed after the state placed limits on bear hunting. Since then, the population has taken off. Right now around 16,000 Black bears live in Pennsylvania. It's a really great place to be a bear. There is plenty of food. There's plenty of land. There's plenty resources for them grow, gives the bear another shot this time to wake him up. A few minutes later, he gets up, stumbles a little, then quickly gallops away. Corolla, says the data she's collected like blood samples, hair and teeth. Will help biologists understand the bear population down the road and even help fight diseases like mange. It will also help guide decisions to limit human and bear interactions. The state gets more than 1000 calls a year from people who've encountered bears in campgrounds, their backyards or other places. She says. The bears if left alone aren't dangerous. Black bears are essentially just big pussy cats really want nothing to do with people. The problem, she says, is some people still try to feed the Bears. Those that get used to human food often get euthanized because they can't change their habits. That's why the census is important. It helps the state managed the fall bear hunt to keep bears away from areas with lots of people. You know, we are biologists, but reality will mostly managing people making Management plans that help um kind of construct rules and regulations and how to get people to behave to be able to interact with wildlife so we can maintain these populations. And preserve them for future generations. Corolla refills the trap with doughnuts, then gets back in her truck. About an hour.

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:28 min | 3 d ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Me aside to give a warning. Just f Y Right, like charge at the door. It's fine. He's not gonna get through. But nice You might charge everything. Seconds later. The bear charges the door then starts making this weird sound with its mouth. That's actually a great sound. That's what they make when they're and they're nervous. He's trying to tell us to back off. Corollas says. These charges are almost always bluffs meant to scare away a potential aggressor. Okay, big boy. Terri. She loads up the tranquilizer dart gun, takes aim for his shoulder and pulls the trigger. After 15 minutes, she bangs on the cage to see if he's awake with the bear asleep or something close to it. Corolla crawls into the trap and puts rope cuffs around his paws. She and her helpers pull the bear out. The bear is huge male, six ft. Long with a massive head and powerful limbs, its paws measures six inches wide, she says. He's over £300. He's in really good shape. You know, his coat looks great. He's clearly getting plenty to eat. He's in. He's in really excellent shape. Corolla takes its temperature measures its head and torso and shaves a patch of hair off the bears ears. The Corolla will put its tags This big guy is one of about 700 bears. The Game commission will tag this year. The state uses these tags to estimate the overall bear population, which has been growing back in the seventies. There were practically decimated into small. Some populations that could really only be found in north central in the northeast part of state that changed after the state placed limits on bear hunting. Since then, the population has taken off. Right now around 16,000 Black bears live in Pennsylvania. It's a really great place to be a bear. There is plenty of food. There's plenty of land. There's plenty of resources for them, Kroll Oh, gives the bear another shot this time to wake him up. A few minutes later, he gets up, stumbles a little, then quickly gallops away. Corolla, says the data she's collected like blood samples, hair and teeth. Will help biologists understand the bear population down the road and even help fight diseases like mange. It will also help guide decisions to limit human and bear interactions. The state gets more than 1000 calls a year from people who have encountered bears in campgrounds, their backyards or other places. She says. The Bears if left alone aren't dangerous. Black bears are essentially just big pussy gas really wanted nothing to do with people. The problem, she says, is some people still try to feed the Bears. Those that get used to human food often get euthanized because they can't change their habits. That's why the census is important. It helps the state managed to fall bear hunt to keep bears away from areas with lots of people. You know, we are biologists, but reality will mostly managing people making Management plans that help um kind of construct rules and regulations and how to get people to behave to be able to interact with wildlife so we can maintain these populations. And preservative for future generations. Corolla refills the trap with doughnuts, then gets back in her truck. About an hour later, she pulls up to another site. She looks to see if a bear has found her trap. Cars. Door's town. Serious Yeah, Corolla is happy.

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

06:36 min | 6 months ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"No holds barred and now universal. Basic income is coming just next door to Gary, Indiana, one of 40 cities across the US this trying to learn from these examples. Joining me now is the person leading the effort in Gary, Indiana, Burgess People's She is also the president and chief strategist at the city of Gary, Faith leaders and community partnerships incorporated. Burgess. Welcome to recent Good morning, Sasha. And thank you for having me first off. Tell us why it's important to you to try this universal basic income pilot. Oh, wow, because during cove it what it did was first of all exposed a lot of Um, you know, inadequacies and disparities throughout our nation. But in our city alone, we have had a lot of issues with individuals losing jobs and not have enough resource is To help our people and then it also hit my home. Our organization was one of the organizations helping given out resource is and then when I pull the cause me to lose my job. I end up having to use the resources and I'm like there has to be about a way that has to be something out here. Help the masses because it's not just me. It was several families that have been hit. Um, financially due to cope it. How long have you been wanting to try this out? And Gary? Actually, I did find out about it until right before Thanksgiving. Okay? My dad talked about it. We were kids because Martin Luther King had had a bill written and past, actually, but it didn't do what it was intended to Diogo. It was just on paper and the dead past. So my father talked about this when we were little kids, but as an adult, it kind of just get my mind. I didn't think about it again until cova hitting him like he's got to be something else there. And I came across an article that was written and regards of what Mary Cox is doing. And Stockton, California like okay? That's it right there. So we have to find out how to do this. And our mirror and Gary, Indiana. So amazing near Geron Princes like Hey, listen, you go for it. Let's get this done because our people need it. Right. You mentioned Michael Tubbs, the former mayor of Stockton, California. The first year of the Universal Basic Income Program, and Stockton has seen some serious success merges. So Are you learning any lessons from that? Everything from them? Trust me, he they have been so open and helping us. Get our pilots where we are right now. Is this amazing? His team is just awesome. They let us know the dues. And I don't the things that they have gone through the pickups and also the successes so that we could have a cellar. Pilots here in the city of Gary. Wildest, Can you give us some examples? What are what are they seeing? Success. Wise number one? Yeah, number one. Make sure that you have more people on board with it, starting with the local legislation. And your state legislators. Um, hasn't the organizations that normally give resource is and have wraparound services offered. Your resident so they can have success and receiving these dollars, letting them know what's available for them. Rather, they have money or not. These were the resources have been there, but some people that are financially is financially. The spirit they didn't know about. Some of these resource is so we're able to bring them to the table so we can offer our residents better chance of definitely coming, pulling themselves out of poverty. The other thing is, which is kind of funny. Make sure you have a phone line set up. Because once we made that announcement, Yeah, we've received more than 1000 calls on day were hitting our city government and Michael. No, don't call city hall. Please call us so we can assist you see? Okay? Anything that you're going to change up or add? When you implement your version. Yes, The one thing we will add. Is that financial leader literacy piece, um, not making it mandatory, But letting him know Was that what access level they have to it, And that's just that's another. Please take advantage of it because there's times when people probably had maybe $300 a month for five years, 10 years never know how long they've been stuck in this property grudge. And so to bring them out and without having properly, sources, you know, could cause a little problem. So my thing is to make sure that we offer it and have them at the lunch so they can have a person to speak to give them a concert level of sharing and telling them where they want to go. That's Burgess, People's executive director of the guaranteed income Validation effort. It's a universal basic income pilot program in Gary, Indiana, to give AH $500 monthly income to 125 residents for a year now coming up in about five minutes or so, on reset. We're gonna talk about a technology that's known as crisper. It's been used in China to create quote designer babies that are immune from the AIDS virus. And also here in the U. S. To cure patients of sickle cell anemia. It's all detailed in a new Book by Walter Isaacson. So stay tuned for that conversation. Burgess. How was the program being funded? You know, no way are doing grass root funding where of writing grants asking foundations to assist us on day asking for people to just write checks? Those that can fill in, Professor um thunders Grant thunders they consent talks to, um give a P O box 64979 Gary, Indiana for 6401. We are just out here and just making it happen. So far, we receive a lot of great response of individuals seeing the benefit of helping their fellow man, so they are going in to give Take out your crystal ball for me for just a second. Here. Tell me Tell me what specific impacts. You see that this program could have and Gary. Imagine that fascist. The program is up and running. Crime numbers go down. Families are expanding their homes because they don't no longer have to lose their homes. Stress on relationships have dissipated because now they have some relief on the economic numbers have skyrocketed. Because now you have people. That have money to actually purchase things and help keep our stores or restaurants open the greatest impact. I see from this family being restored to have peace back in their homes and Children..

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Industry Weather Center Are you afraid of the dentist at advanced industry? We get it to learn more about how I V sedation can change your life visit. No fear. Dentist Don Kam. In the tri state. Snow showers for us and a 7 A.m. temperature of 22 are Thursday. Then snow tapering off by mid day. I have 123 by the time it's done my high of 30 degrees at night, there's a chance of snow were leaving clouds and a low of 15 and looking ahead looks like a little snow rain mix by Sunday evening. From your severe weather station, a nine first warning. Chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW radar shows most of the Tri state has light snow right now. And South East Indiana, though it's pretty much cleared up, but it is moved into southwest Ohio and into northern Kentucky. And there's plenty more behind it stretching into Kentucky and Tennessee and we'll be watching it for you. Throughout the night. 23 degrees is our temperature right now. There are a number of school closings because of the weather and Cincinnati tomorrow since then, public schools Which will still be in session, But they're going to be doing it virtually from home. No in person classes by Cincinnati public schools tomorrow as of six o'clock tonight, Triple A and Cincinnati receiving more than 1000 calls for emergency roadside assistance. And most of those were for battery issues or tow have a vehicle towed.

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"More than 1000 calls for emergency roadside assistance. 70% of the calls for Battery problems and for a tow cutbacks at a university in the Dayton area, the Dayton Daily News reporting that the president of right state is planning to recommend that 113 faculty positions be eliminated. Right. State board is going to receive those recommendations on Friday, Ah small committee of legislators could overrule the Ohio governor's health orders under a bill that was approved today by the state Senate. It's the latest effort by Republican lawmakers at the state level. To restrict Governor DeWine's response to the coronavirus. Senate bill, introduced last month by lawmakers would establish checks and balances on Governor DeWine's ability to issue and keep in place executive action during an emergency, including the current Corona virus pandemic. Governor. DeWine vetoed a similar bill in December pledges to do the same with this one, calling it unconstitutional. Latest covered 19 numbers in Ohio 1800 new cases in the past 24 hours, and those numbers are about half the three week average. Indiana 900 new cases third day in a row under 1000, Kentucky reporting about 1000 new cases. 18 new deaths. Wall Street. Dow up nine points to a new record high 90 points make that and NASDAQ down 82 on the S and P 500 longs to point. It's a 36. Next news at nine I met Reese News radio 700 wlw. When.

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:38 min | 7 months ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Patrick Osborne. This news is brought to you by Valley Side Medical Clinic. Dycom Governor Greg Abbott has turned to the military and law enforcement for help and responding to the severe winter weather that's frozen the state governor habits, deployed the National Guard to conduct welfare checks and to assist local authorities and transporting Texans to one of the 135 local warming centers across the state Guard is also using 28 high mobility vehicles and an ambulance. 3300. DPS troopers have also been said to the areas hit her. Artist. As for the rotating electricity outage is expected to continue today, Abbott says her cot and the Public Utility Commission are working nonstop to restore power. Chris Fox News Radio K. L. B. J. Austen Energy is still not really able to give any timelines as to when your power may come back on. A lot of people have been without power for more than 24 hours, as the sub freezing temperatures remain outside. Jacqueline sergeant with Austin Energy says they have shed all of the non essential load they can to comply with. Our God got to that maximum point, and there's basically we're stuck here. Until we can get some reprieve from ERCOT and can start releasing some of those circuits. Some reports have come in that the inside temperature and some Austin Holmes has fallen to 40 degrees. First responders been kept very busy since the cold weather and snow first roll through town. Austin, Travis County E. M s as he got more than 1000 calls Just yesterday In Boston. Firefighters had to tend to a handful of fires, His people with no power desperately sought some semblance of heat within their own homes. Since last night. M s officials say several people have had to be treated for carbon monoxide issues related to using items like charcoal to try to heat their homes from the inside. Water pipes are very much at risk. Right now. That's another issue that's kept firefighters busy is more than 500 of those calls came in just yesterday. As the weather remains bitter cold. You should try to keep your faucets dripping to minimize the chance of your pipes Freezing. There are various warming centers now around central Texas, along with the Palmer Event Center and the downtown Austin Salvation Army. The Hays School district is also providing some of its Busses is warming centers for people living in Kyle. The locations include Steeplechase Park, Niggly Elementary, Orchard Park, ST Anthony's and the Quail Ridge Neighborhood. No food or drinks will be provided with the weather sticking around a lot of Austin. I've been forced to stay home, and some are wondering whether or not their jobs may pay for their snow days off from construction workers to part timers. Uncertainty looms along with the cold Weather area homebuilder 11. Whitmire says he moved to Austin and the beginning of the year and isn't sure how his higher ups will handle this as being new. I'm not sure how this all works when the office shuts down if that's paid or not paid So.

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:42 min | 7 months ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"K L. B. J on Patrick Osborne. This news is brought to you by Hedgehog Dental and Topping Austin's news governor, Greg Abbott has turned to the military and law enforcement for help in responding to the severe winter weather that's frozen the state governor habits, deployed the National Guard to conduct welfare checks and to assist local authorities and transporting Texans to one of the 135 local warming centers across the state Guard is also using 28 high mobility vehicles and an ambulance. 3300. DPS troopers have also been said to the areas hit hardest. As for the rotating electricity outage is expected to continue today, Abbott says her cot and the Public Utility Commission are working nonstop to restore power. Chris Fox News Radio K. L. B. J. Austen Energy is still not really able to give any timelines as to when your power may come back on. A lot of people have been without power for more than 24 hours, as the sub freezing temperatures remain outside. Jacqueline sergeant with Austin Energy says they have shed all the non essential load they can to comply with her car got to that maximum point, and there's were basically we're stuck here. Until we can get some reprieve from ERCOT and can start releasing some of those circuits. Some reports have come in that the inside temperature and some Austin Holmes has fallen to 40 degrees. First responders been kept very busy since the cold weather and snow first roll through town, Austin, Travis County E. M s as he got more than 1000 calls Just yesterday in Boston. Firefighters had to tend to a handful of fires. His people with no power desperately sought some semblance of heat within their own homes. Since last night, M s officials say several people have had to be treated for carbon monoxide issues related to using items like charcoal to try to heat their homes from the inside. Water pipes are very much at risk. Right now. That's another issue that's kept firefighters busy is more than 500 of those calls came in just yesterday. As the weather remains bitter cold. You should try to keep your faucets dripping to minimize the chance of your pipes Freezing. There are various warming centers now around central Texas, along with the Palmer Event Center and the downtown Austin Salvation Army. Hays School district is also providing some of its Busses is warming centers for people living in Kyle. The locations include Steeplechase Park, Niggly Elementary, Orchard Park, ST Anthony's and the Quail Ridge Neighborhood. The Busses are being made available as of 7 a.m., but no food or drinks will be provided. With the weather sticking around. A lot of Austinites been forced to stay home, and some are wondering whether or not their jobs may pay for their snow days off from construction workers to part timers. Uncertainty looms along with the cold Weather area homebuilder 11. Whitmire says he moved to Austin and the beginning of the year and isn't sure how his higher ups will handle this as being new. I'm not sure how this all works when the office shuts down if that's paid or not paid So.

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:02 min | 8 months ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on WTOP

"A light misty rain, But the moisture on my windshield and on my windshield wipers is all frozen. It's gotten cold north of the city. And you can see that on the roads to along the shoulders and exit ramps. As you approach main highways. It's still kind of a sloppy, slushy mess. The main roads themselves. I to 70 even numbered highways in Maryland, for the most part, are all in good shape, but it's getting onto those roads making those turns. Going those exit ramps. That's where you're gonna find your biggest trouble spots. That's when you have to slow down and be careful in Rockville, John Doman w T o P News. Maryland State police responded to more than 1000 calls for service during the storm, with more than 300 accidents and more than 170, disabled or abandoned vehicles. Tina Register with the Maryland Department of Transportation with a warning now for drivers if possible state off the roads. Work virtually if you can, the less vehicles on the road, the better for crews to keep them clearance safe, too. For anyone that must be out driving. We urge them to take it slow and drive cautiously assumed the roads are going to be slicked. There's no emergency plans remain in effect for all Maryland counties except Twister. On the eastern shore. Virginia state troopers responded to about 360 traffic crashes. And more than 320 disabled or stuck vehicles. Fortunately, just a few injuries reported now, Metro has suspended some bus routes today and has ordered detours on others to avoid hazardous conditions. Metrobus is operating on a moderate snow plan so drivers can avoid hilly terrain and narrow streets. Metro rail is operating on a regular weekday schedule. Workers were clearing station platforms, walkways and parking areas. Metro Access is operating normally, although road conditions could delay some Trips and you should know that if you were planning to get a covert test or vaccine today, you should probably contact the provider to verify operating hours because many sites air closed due to the weather. Some will even be closed tomorrow as well. Montgomery and Prince George's county is testing and vaccination sites are closed today. Health Department employees will email instructions on how to reschedule today's appointments. Testing in Prince William County is also been canceled, and DC's testing sites are closed today. The Maryland Department of Health Testing sites in Annapolis and at the Baltimore Convention Center also closed today. We've got a complete list at w t o p dot com up ahead a check of traffic, which has been a busy one again this morning, and you're 40 forecast straight ahead and then after we'll take a look at the situation involving the game stops, stock volatility and what that means. To investors. CBS business analyst Jules Schlessinger will explain its 10 07, they say bigger doesn't always mean better let for me, Ty Pennington. Bigger is always better. Bigger is better when it comes to my hair or this epic music track. Bigger is definitely better for a makeover. Like the new cash ride with easy match from the Virginia Lottery. They.

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:46 min | 10 months ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on WTOP

"Yep. With the Ravens and Steelers squaring off in a game that was supposed to happen on Thanksgiving dealers lead 12 7 right now. The third quarter on Wall Street. The Dow was up 60, but the NASDAQ down six SNP gain seven. It's 5 31 top Democrats tonight say they are supporting a new bipartisan covert relief proposal, and they're calling on the Senate's top Republican to begin negotiations. L E. T. O P S Mitchell Miller today on the Hill, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer say the $900 billion bipartisan measures should be a starting point for the negotiations. Their announcement comes after they privately floated a separate proposal to Republicans, Senator Schumer, there was an effort to jump start serious negotiations. Now they're hoping that by getting behind the bipartisan measure that will move ahead talks and they're urging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to come to the table. But McConnell has his own plan that's closer to $500 billion. Which he believes also has appeal to members of both parties. These programs have been champion Bar Democratic College, particularly the senior senator for Virginia, on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T. O P News Corona virus Vaccines might be delivered to the D C area in a couple of weeks. But what happens after that? We're looking at Maryland and Virginia this half hour. Let's start with Virginia's governor who sharing updated plans to distribute the vaccine across the Commonwealth. Here's w T. O P S. Michelle Bash ONCE Visors vaccine gets Federal approval, Governor Ralph Northam expects the first doses to ship his early is the middle of this month. Virginia expects to get about 70,000 doses. From Fizer in the first wave enough to give 70,000 individuals to get their first dose of the vaccine. The first available doses will go to healthcare workers and nursing home residents and Northam hopes all residents could be vaccinated by late spring or early summer. Until then, we all need to continue doing the things that we know work. Wearing a mask in public washing our hands, staying away from crowds and large groups. Michelle Bash W T O P. News in Maryland Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford says the state could get a small number of doses in a couple of weeks. Those will go to healthcare workers First, Rutherford says nursing home and assisted living workers will be next in line. The rest of us, though, might have to wait a while longer to get vaccinated. Lieutenant governor says it might be available to the general public in the spring if we're lucky. President elect Biden's inauguration is just about seven weeks away, and nobody really knows how the district will handed it all during a pandemic. Yet ticket requests are pouring in. We don't know the capacity limits on Inauguration Day crowds yet making it difficult for representatives like D. C. Congressional delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, whose office has been getting a ton of requests for tickets, We have more than 1000. Call for tickets, and it goes up every few minutes, she says. For now, those who request tickets are being put on a list and they'll be contacted when more information is available, But things are so uncertain right now. Norton says she had a phone meeting scheduled yesterday to discuss inauguration plans with President elect Joe Biden's inaugural committee. But that meeting was abruptly canceled at the last minute. I learned that it would have to be postponed. Nikolai Nelly. W T o P News Up in 60 seconds Clinton police Arrested Man they say was a serial rapist in 1991. I'm Meghan Cloherty 5 35. This week's cyber security report is presented by Fortinet Federal. I'm Dave. My hell, Sick, former chief technology officer it Disa. I've seen firsthand how the U. S government stands to benefit from digital innovation. It was clear from the onset of the covert 19 pandemic that the federal government was prepared to support extended tele work and embrace the flexibility of cloud computing..

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

04:21 min | 10 months ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"With Drew Holiday and New Orleans. Now they bring him in and you've got really three legitimate All stars and obviously the M V. P and Johannes Chris Middleton and now drew holiday one of the best two way guards and all the MBA rockets are finalizing a trade to send Robert Covington to Portland for Trevor, or reason we've seen a slew of action. This week in the N B. A. And it's only Tuesday, ESPN front office Insider Bobby Marks were you seeing guys is that you know the short appreciate him. Training camp started on December 1st. As I said, we basically a stuffed the end of June Joe all July and most of August in a 10 Day window here, and teams do not want to go into training camp. Having to make trades in the month of December or when this season starts because with everything going on the world you don't know when you're getting these guys here. The testing standpoint from a quarantine standpoint, So you're gonna be really behind the April yourself. We are seeing a It's an understatement. Rational trade going on and not just They're just little ones. I mean, these are big time moves, you know, with holiday and you know Trevor Rees. It was right before that, Chris Paul. We'll see what happens with James Harden here. So, Yeah, it's a precursor to probably a quiet free agent peered from a signing standpoint, but it was all about kind of moving pieces here Busy week for the MBA. Keyshawn J Will and Zubin sift through it this morning woes will help them out just after eight o'clock. Eastern time Right now, SportsCenter all night baseball. It has been no whirlwind few days for Qiming in Miami, hired Friday as the Marlins general manager. She's the first woman to run the baseball operation side of a gun organization, and she admits her phone has blown up. You know, I've just completely humbled by the reception that I've gotten from all walks of life from all different people. Crossing all different disciplines, So it's been awesome. The last 72 hours have been a whirlwind but so happy to share with so many people and hopefully inspiring generations to come. I read where you said that's more than 1000 calls, texts, emails, So I asked this question Understanding that there is a mountain to sift through. But is there one Kim and specifically that landed with you in such a way that you really were able to grasp the reach that this news was having it wasn't necessarily a text or email. But Michelle Obama tweeted on Friday about my hiring, and I think that's what it really Resonated when it really just struck me of the history that had been made on and just how awesome this was for sports for baseball for the country for women. At this time, but honestly, Kim, I don't think that it's gender or sports specific. The idea that what five different times you have a seat at the table with an interview and a possibility to be coming, general manager and it doesn't work out and I just I think that it's instructive to me or anybody watching what you were able to hang on to in terms of belief that okay, I can do this. I'm going to do this. How are you able to to maintain the resolve? You are who you are. You know what you're gonna do Just lay down. No, you have to keep going. And as long as There's opportunity to do have a seat at that table. You must take it and you know, and I said earlier today, even if you think it's not for real, you must take it for others. And so that the story is alive and so that people keep seeing the possibility even if it didn't and even if it doesn't come to fruition. That's what I always felt was that you know my name. I didn't have to be mining. It had to be somebody, but you have to keep that hope alive. For others. She's believed to be the first female GM of any of the four major North American men Sports leagues. Padres News They've picked up. Club injured. They did that to Blockbuster deal on August 31st. They've now re signed him, but he'll have Tommy John surgery today. We'll miss the 2021 season. SportsCenter all night. ESPN radio back to last night's game. Vikings bears combining for 534 yards of offense. Combined. Minnesota with the wind. Together. They gave us four turnovers to go along with four field goals and 10 punts. Special teams certainly leaving their mark on this.

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"As Florida's death toll mounts from Kobe, 19 Some residents are accusing Governor Rhonda status of being Mohr concerned about reopening the state's economy. The governor says nothing is more important than saving lives is something that we take very, very seriously. We're doing all we can, because every life counts and it doesn't matter whether you're 10 years old, 30 years old or 90 years old. You know, we want to be there and do the best we can to help folks, even though the number of covert 19 cases are skyrocketing across Florida, at a State Board of Education meeting in Hillsborough County today, Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran said his order for schools to offer five day a week in person instruction starting next month still stands. More rules and regulations could be coming to Broward to try and stop the spread of covert 19. Mayor Dale Holness met with county leaders to brainstorm ideas for new rules. Sheriff Gregory Tony says there has to be a crackdown on House party since March. They've received more than 1000 calls to complain about these types of gatherings because we've seen parallels between House parties and his car club gatherings We've had a few shootings in the city is a byproduct of these stains are crime suppression teams are attack units are out in the field, shut these things down, and we're not going to be providing any type of gracious warnings with this. Officials are also looking at beefing up the rapid response team shutting down business. Is not complying with emergency orders. Wendi Grossman, Miami Walton County leaders are not ready to weigh in on the mask debate. The county commission met Tuesday to discuss making facial coverings mandatory but no vote was held. Commissioners decided to wait for more information from the county's legal team before their next meeting. In two weeks. After almost 130 years of Pensacola monuments, days are numbered. The City Council voted to remove a Confederate monument in least square. It also voted to rename Lee Square to Florida Square with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad. These days. Mohr and more people are staying home and working from home because of the Corona virus. But what many of us don't think about is how Pesce also live in your homes, and they can cause health problems as well. Did you know that had a virus. Pulmonary syndrome is a serious respiratory disease that can be spread by the way of rats. Just having rodents in your attic. Put your family at risk. Even mosquitoes have been known to spread viruses like Zika and the West Nile virus. Having a roach investigation can also cause respiratory problems like asthma and also trigger allergies..

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"As Florida's death toll mounts from Cove in 19 Some residents are accusing Governor Rhonda status of being Mohr concerned about re opening the state's economy. The governor says nothing is more important than saving lives is something that we take very, very seriously. We're doing all we can, because every life counts and it doesn't matter whether you're 10 years old, 30 years old or 90 years old. You know, we want to be there and do the best we can to help folks, even though the number of covert 19 cases are skyrocketing across Florida, at a State Board of Education meeting in Hillsborough County today. It could be coming to Broward to try and stop the spread of covert. 19 Mayor Dale Holness met with county leaders to brainstorm ideas for new rules. Sheriff Gregory Tony says there has to be a crackdown on House party since March. They've received more than 1000 calls to complain about these types of gatherings because we've seen parallels between House parties in the car club gatherings We've had a few shootings in the city is a byproduct of these stains are crime suppression teams or attack units are out in the field, shut these things down, and we're not going to be providing any type of gracious warnings with this. Isha! Lt's air. Also looking at beefing up the rapid response team, shutting down businesses not complying with emergency orders. Wendi Grossman, Miami Walton County leaders are not ready to weigh in on the mask debate. The county commission met Tuesday to discuss making facial coverings mandatory but no vote was held. Commissioners decided to wait for more information from the county's legal team before their next meeting. In two weeks. After almost 130 years of Pensacola monuments, days are numbered. The City Council voted to remove a Confederate monument in least square. It also voted to rename Lee Square to Florida Square with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad. This is a Bloomberg money minute hopes for progress toward a Corona virus vaccine sent stocks modestly higher. Yes, And he briefly turned positive for the year before retreating. The Dow industrials jumped 228. The S and P added 29 as that climbed 62 Uber is looking for investors interested in buying a stake in its freight division. Sources say..

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Dot com Use promo code risk stale in July 20 Grand Do Radio 6 10 w Y O T watching 6 10 Doppler radar, Some showers and storms mainly off to the West. It's cooled off nicely. 81 degrees in Hialeah, still 89 in Deerfield Beach at six. So one Broward's former top cop has tested positive for covert 19. Scott Israel says he fell ill and went for testing his reelection campaign, issuing a statement saying. He's in a hospital for further evaluation. The 64 year old says his campaign is going to continue while he recovers. Southwest Florida Hospital, meanwhile, is the first in the state to test a new Corona virus. Antibody treatment Sarasota Memorial Hospital is offering Regeneron Pharmaceuticals experimental anti viral antibody cocktail specifically designed to attack the spike protein that attach is to human cells. Hospital officials say. An early lab tests had completely obliterated the Corona virus. It Relatively low concentrations. Broward County working to stop the spread of covert 19 were they expected new rules and regulations there. Dale Holness met with county leaders to go over options to see what they can do to stop despite like Sheriff Gregory Tony says his deputies are out in full force, shutting down businesses not complying with emergency orders. You know the enforcement the code enforcement aspect. They're out. They're they're still doing citations. They're still in encouraging business owners to be in compliance, he says. There has to be a crackdown on House parties where people are ignoring social distancing guidelines since March, he says, the office has received more than 1000 calls about these types of large gatherings. When did horsemen news Radio 6 10 w. Y O D be mayor of Highly is speaking out after he was left out of governor to Santis is Corona Virus Roundtable. Mayor Carlos Hernandez says he wasn't invited to the meeting and was told to Not sit down when he showed up at the county government center to attend an issue with me. You know what's coming. Tell me what the issue is. Don't be like that, like spoiled world is for kids. There's no mayor at this moment. In a daze tells the Brian might show that's not fair, highly, is the second largest city in Miami Dade with a high rate of positive cases. He says the governor may be upset because he's criticized him about the initial lack of testing and the state's dilapidated unemployment website. Chipotle Mexican Grill is pledging Tau hire 10,000 workers over the next several months. The chain is hired about 8000 workers since May, and despite the Corona virus pandemic Totally has been operating new locations and putting in drive through lanes later this month that plans to open its 1/100 Chipotle AIN, which requires 50% more workers than a traditional location portals pledge comes This. Millions of restaurant workers have lost their jobs because of the pandemic markets ended the day higher today, Dow Jones industrials gained about 9/10 of 1%. 228 points to end the day 8 26,070 NASDAQ was up 62 points S and P 500 added nearly 1% on the day. 29 points. It's six so for another update coming up at 6 30 Glenn Beck is next after we check whether I'm all Louis News Radio, 6 10 Summer savings at Miami. Like so tamal 0% interest of 84 months by any leaks so tamal dot com Still look seasonably hot the next several days. A few scattered storms of times overnight low 80 degrees with a few scattered clouds a chance for a few scattered thunderstorms on Thursday with an afternoon high around 90 with updates around the clock on South Florida's severe weather station. I'm the Weather Channel's Mark Subito a newsworthy of 6 10 w I already This report is sponsored by Lifelock. If you're only monitoring your credit to help protect your identity, you could miss certain threats like your info for sale.

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Dot com. Use promo code risk sailing. July 20th 3 No brand news Radio 6 10 Watching. 6 10 Doppler radar single thunderstorms off to the west of I 75. They're heading toward the east, So West in Pembroke Pines, Miramar. Cooper City gets set to get wet downtown Miami dry at the moment. It's 89 degrees at 40 what Florida has surpassed 300,000 cases of covert 19 reporting another 10,181 cases today in 112 new resident deaths. Those totals come after the state posted its largest caseload Sunday and Monday. The highest death toll reported in a single day on Tuesday. Florida's now up to 301,810 confirmed cases. The death toll 4521 Florida Democrats say the state hasn't done enough to help school district's prepared reopened during a pandemic. We cannot even control an outbreak of lice in our schools. So how are we gonna control not spreading this virus? Senator Jennet crews of Tampa says school districts are already facing a shortage of bus drivers and the pandemic only makes it worse. The Democrats are calling for a step back for safety to prevent an explosion of the virus in Iran to Santa says his focus is protecting vulnerable populations from getting the disease. Riley is mayor has some choice words for the governor after he was left off the invite list for the Corona Virus Roundtable yesterday, friends we don't have to like each other doesn't like me again. I don't have anything personal, but it was a real forget about me. Lack of respect for the sea of Hialeah. Mayor Carlos Hernandez says highly, is the second largest city in Miami Dade with a high rate of positive cases, and he should have had a seat at the table. He's wondering if it's because he criticized the Santas over the state's initial lack of testing and dilapidated unemployment. Website governor says he didn't know Hernandez was left off the roundtable list and he'd be happy to meet with him. Broward County working to stop the spread of the Corona virus. With expected new rules and regulations there. Dale Holness met with county leaders to go over options to see what they could do to stop the spike. Sheriff Gregory Tony says his deputies are out in full force, shutting down businesses not complying with emergency orders. You know the enforcement the code enforcement aspect. They're out. They're they're still doing citations. They're still in encouraging business solders to be in compliance, he says. There has to be a crackdown on House parties where people are ignoring social distancing guidelines since March, she says, the office has received more than 1000 calls about these types of large gatherings. When did horsemen NewsRadio 6 10 W. Y o. D Former Miami Dolphin and current Houston tax and receiver Kenny Stills faces felony charges after being arrested during a protest demanding charges be filed against the cops who shot and killed Briana Taylor Stills and nearly 90 others apparently refused to leave the front yard of the Kentucky attorney general's Louisville home. The team says it's gathering more information about the case. And while on the Finns, stills kneeled During the national anthem to protest racial injustice. The latest events casualties of the Corona virus pandemic, the annual Rose Parade organizer is canceling the New Year's Day tradition for the first time since World War two. The parade of floats before the Rose Bowl game has been canceled just three times since it began in 18 91 old during the second World War. Wall Street numbers higher today. Dow Up 114 points, 7 26,056 NASDAQ Up 32 S and P Up 20 points another update it for 30 It is for O for Sean Hannity continues after we check whether next I'm all Louis News Radio, 6 10 W. To be several. Oh, here. You know, about 22 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea. Are you one of.

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Scott Israel says he fell ill and went for testing. Reelection campaign, issuing a statement reading in parts last night I tested positive for covert 19. I'm in a local hospital for further evaluation. After experiencing symptoms over the past several days, and at the urging of family and friends, I decided to take another Corona virus test this time. Unfortunately, the test was positive. The 64 year old says his campaign continues while he recovers. More rules and regulations could be coming to Brauer to try and stop the spread of the virus. Neyer Dale Holness met with county leaders to brainstorm ideas for new rules. Sheriff Gregory Tony says there has to be a crackdown on House party since March. They've received more than 1000 calls to complain about these types of gatherings because we've seen parallels between House parties and his car club gatherings We've had a few shootings in the city is a byproduct of these stains are crime suppression teams. Our tech units are out in the field, shut these things down and we're not going to be providing any type of gracious warning with officials are also looking at beefing up the rapid response team, shutting down businesses not complying with emergency orders. When did horsemen NewsRadio 60 and the body another record low for mortgage interest rates drove applications up last week. Overall applications rose 5.1% over the previous week, the national average interest rate for a 30 year fixed loan Bell seven basis points to 3.19% applications to refinance current mortgages of 12% on the week and 107% higher than a year ago. Applications for loans to buy homes fell 6% for the week but were 16% higher than this time last year. Florida Democrats want a step back for safety and go back to some of the restrictions that were put in place when the pandemic began. Democrats want a mandatory mask order and they don't want to rush putting kids back in school. Munity as a strategy might work well for him Pala on the African plains. But the calculus isn't the same when it's our grandparent's when it's our teachers or anyone else that's Immuno compromised in this state. Tampa Senator Janet Cruz and her colleagues believe Florida reopen too quickly. For his part, the governor has been more focused on protecting the vulnerable, a reason the state's mortality rate maybe so low. I'm Rory O'Neill Chipotle Mexican Grill is pledging to hire 10,000 workers over the next several months. The chain is hired about 8000 workers since May. And despite the pandemics portly has been opening new locations and putting in dry through lanes later this month that plans to open its 1/100 Plane, which requires 50% more workers than a traditional location. Chipotle is pledge comes as millions of restaurant workers if lost their jobs because of the pandemic. On a Wall Street markets are trading higher. Dow Jones Industrial Average up 126 points 7 26,068 NASDAQ Up 38 points on the day S and P 500 up 21. News brought to you by Seminole Hard Rock Casino where you're safe and sound. Another update coming up in 3 33 04 Hannity is next. After we check whether I'm Al Lewis News Radio, 6 10 W ou I OD homeowners During these difficult times. Many people are struggling. But here's a little bit of good news. Mortgage rates continue.

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"90%. A literacy rate for third grade in 2024 is still first and foremost on our mind. Currently, it's 57%. Eric Rodriguez NEWS RADIO, 6 10 W Y o D Today is the deadline for Miami Dade parents to submit preferences for their Children's virtual in person or hybrid model education. The school board meets this afternoon, Broward School board seems to favor the superintendent's proposal to start school next month completely online beaches. School board votes on a similar plan this afternoon. Broward Sheriff's office second in command is contracted Covert 19. Undersheriff Nicole Anderson is quarantining and working from home. Sheriff spokesperson says Gregory Tony has not been tested for the virus. Anderson It's one of 276 employees of the agency to test positive for covert 19. Two Sheriffs office employees have died from the virus crackdowns could be coming in Broward to try and stop the spread. Mayor Dale Holness has met with county leaders to brainstorm ideas for new rules. Sheriff Gregory Tony says there has to be a cracked out on House party since March. They've received more than 1000 calls on these types of large gatherings were no. What is practicing social distancing lot of big parties, a lot of her groups and Rally's going on which is creating some problems in the community. He says deputies were out in full force, shutting them down and giving them finds the warning period is over. Officials are also looking at beefing up the rapid response teams shutting down businesses not complying with emergency orders. And Burger King is doing something about all those cow toots and burps that are hurting the planet. The chain announced a whopper made from cow's on a low methane diets. The cows eat 100 grams of lemon grass a day to keep methane away. Scientists say the diet will reduce methane emissions by 1/3 have been some studies that link methane to climate change. That low methane whopper is available for a limited time in Miami, New York, Austin, Portland and Los Angeles. News is brought to you by the Perry Financial Group. Stop gambling with your retirement.

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"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"more than 1000 calls" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"20 draft from Freddy of 16 W. T 94 degrees near Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport, and it's 93 near M I. A. It's not coming up on 12. 01 Florida has passed 300,000 cases of covered 19 After reporting over 10,181 new cases and 112 new residential deaths. Those totals come after the state post its largest new caseload Sunday and Monday and its highest death toll reported in a single day yesterday. Florida is now up to over 301,810 confirmed cases with 4521 resident deaths. The new deaths include 27 lives lost in Miami Dade County and 10 and Palm Beach. Meanwhile, more rules and regulations maybe coming to Broward County to try and stop the spread of Corona virus, Mayor Dale Holness met with county leaders to brainstorm ideas for new rules. Sheriff Gregory Tony says there has to be a crackdown on House Party since March. They've received more than 1000 calls to complain about these types of gatherings because we've seen parallels between House parties and his car club gatherings. We've had a few shootings in the city is a byproduct of these. Saints are crime suppression teams are tech units are out in the field, shut these things down, and we're not going to be providing any type of gracious warning. Officials are also looking at beefing up the rapid response team. Shutting down businesses not complying with emergency orders. Wendy Horsemen, NewsRadio 6 10 W. Y O. D and Governor De Santis wants to give parents as much power as possible when it comes to Choice in this new school year if they're not comfortable. The last thing you want to do is is shoved.

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