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"nw" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom

KUOW Newsroom

05:17 min | 3 months ago

"nw" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom

"Wildfires burning in eastern central washington are not only keeping firefighters busy. They're keeping wildlife specialists like the folks over at pause in lynnwood on their toes. Dr nikki rosen. Hagan is a veterinarian for the nonprofit and she joins us this morning to talk about all of the work. They've done so far this summer. Dr rosen hagan. Thank you so much for your time. Absolutely thank you for having me. So how many animals do you typically treat during wildfire season. So to be totally honest. We have not seen any cases like this before. We haven't had any animals that were known victims of wildfires. It's entirely possible that we've had animals that have been displaced as a result of the fires. But i don't think that we've ever seen animals that come in with very obvious. Burn injuries as a result of this. This is a really novel thing that we're dealing with this year. So tell us about the animals. You're tending to now. So right now we have admitted a total of four Black bears That had been injured by the wildfires. And the first one came to us at the end of july and she was her face and ears were pretty badly affected and she had mild moderate burns on all four feet and at the time. We kind of thought that this was going to be just a one off We took care of that bear for several weeks and she did really well and we were feeling really good that that would hopefully be a one and done and then we got the call that there were there were more affected. Well dr rosen against since you say you typically don't treat animals that have been injured in wildfires How do you go about tending to them. Yeah so the good thing about wildlife medicine is that a lot of it is very new. A lot of us is just figuring it out as we go and even though my colleague dr grows night obviously both went through vet school and we learned all the basics. We did not learn necessarily how to treat wild animals so managing burn. Injuries is something that we do learn veterinary school and so we both did have the basics of how to do this the challenges how to do it in animal that i can't just go into physically hansel right. We can't just go in and hold these bear cops james their bandages and give them their medications so that has been a little bit challenging to figure out the best way to keep the tissue protected. Apply appointments needs to be on there and then get the medications these animals and so it's been a lot of sedation where we have to either sedate or fully anesthetize these animals in order to do this safely effectively but so far it's been going really well okay so it sounds like the cub seemed to be responding to the treatment. But what is the interaction. Been like when you do have to deal with the cubs when they are awake. Come when they're dealing with the pain of their injuries and being in an environment they know nothing about. Yeah exactly so One as far as dealing with that. These bears are so resilient and they are just. They're doing really well. They're moving around really well. They're eating everything they're playing. They're doing things that you would expect. A human in their position would not doing as far as interacting with that. We are geared to get these animals back out into the wild. Having wild animals be familiar and comfortable with humans is is is definitely not in their best interest so the enclosures that we have the man we can shift them between different enclosures with guillotine doors and so they are not regularly seeing or interacting with people when we have to sedate them. You know that's a little bit of a challenge. That's a bit of stressful process. But it's usually fairly quick And so and they bounce back quickly sedating. These animals frequently is is hard emotionally. I think got me on the whole team here. But the bears don't see much worse for the wear they're continuing to do well and they bounce back from these procedures. Really quickly okay. Well that's good to hear. What are your concerns about this wildfire season and others. We've seen recently. The concern is that in addition to the loss of the wasatch animal lives in injury to these animals. Is that now. we're losing habitat. We're losing land and certainly fires can be natural right that they are part of a cycle and the earth is resilient and things about stack and recover but when they are being such a fast rate. I think the concern is that the turnover time is not fast. Nothing so these animals. I think are losing more habitat. In addition you know humans. We continue to encroach on their natural habitats. So they're continuing to get cramped and crushed together in and losing a lot of their natural space and so we're seeing more and more conflicts essentially with humans and domestic animals which is increasing our numbers here as well. So what's next for the cubs we keep these cubs in care through the winter and then once the snow melts enough up in whatever mountain range going to than than they'll be released and as far as learning things we don't have the ability to replicate what what mom and dad teach them depending on the species but what we can do number one we will end eventually when these fares are healthy hopefully combining them altogether so they'll have playmates that interacts russell which is practice for for fighting defending territories. And things like that and we spend a lot of time hiding food and putting it in logs in you know burying it in buckets that have dirt leaves and things like that so that they learn that they need to forage and search for things in the wild or so we're not releasing him out there without the skills to survive. They absolutely can't do that. All right dr. Deke rosen hagen. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you so much..

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"nw" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:57 min | 3 months ago

"nw" Discussed on KQED Radio

"NW bur Boston I'm Tani mostly, I'm Robin Young. It's urine now coming up. The Taliban claimed they defeated the last resistance to their rule in Afghanistan and women at a march in Kabul over the weekend say the Taliban also beat back protesters. Lot of women's rights activists are too scared to leave their own homes, So it took a lot of courage and bravery for these women to take to the streets of Kabul over the weekend. Also, make sure your seat Yes, ma'am. The self driving car company. Waymo has been ferrying people around Phoenix, Arizona and driverless cars for a while now, so when will self driving cars becoming New York town and how cruise ships buried women into the workforce coming up here and now? The news is first. Live from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. Secretary of State. Antony Blinken is in Doha, Qatar, a key transit country for Afghan refugees. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. The visit comes as the State Department works to evacuate more Americans and others from Afghanistan, an official travelling with Blinken tells reporters of the US facilitated the safe departure of four Americans overland from Afghanistan, and the official, who asked not to be named, says the Taliban were aware of the operation and did not impeded. U. S personnel were on hand to greet the Americans, though the State Department wouldn't say where they arrived. The news broke as Blinken arrived in Qatar to thank this Gulf nation for offering temporary shelter to Afghans heading onward to the U. S and other countries. Blinken is not planning to meet any Taliban officials who have an office here. Michele Kelemen. NPR NEWS Doha In northern Afghanistan. Several 100 people are waiting at the airport in Mazari Sharif to board charter planes bound for Qatar. They've been waiting for several days. The Washington Post's Afghanistan bureau chief Susannah George says the Taliban may be preventing the flights. What we're hearing from people who are involved in this evacuation effort and what I'm hearing from people who are waiting to be evacuated. In this effort. These are people who traveled from Kabul up to Mazar in hopes of getting on one of these planes. They are saying that the Taliban are not giving the planes permission to take off. The Taliban have not confirmed that if that is true, it means that the Taliban are going back on one of the pledges that the group made. Analysts also say Qatar may be standing in the way. Arizona is set to become the first state in the country to end a longstanding practice used by attorneys of dismissing potential jurors without having to explain why. As NPR's Cheryl Corley reports, critics say so called peremptory challenges are used to exclude jurors because of their race. Potential Jurors can get dismissed for cause. If there's doubt they can be impartial. With so called peremptory challenges. Attorneys have a set number of times they can strike a juror without giving a reason. Arizona appellate Judge Peter Swan and a colleague asked the state Supreme Court to eliminate the challenges. Swan says there's no ignoring what often happens during jury selection. The defense strikes white jurors disproportionately and the prosecution strikes jurors of color disproportionately, Swan says A U S Supreme Court ruling that called solely using race to dismiss jurors unconstitutional hasn't solved the problem. Beginning next year. There will be no peremptory challenges in Arizona. Cheryl Corley NPR news This is NPR Live from KQED news. I'm Brian White, not out of the woods. Yet. That's the message. State fire officials are getting out too. Crews battling the massive called or.

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"nw" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom

KUOW Newsroom

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"nw" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom

"Preventive stopping at worse and you know to see these very grimy tired firefighters you know deep creases on their face and the the fatigue just apparent in there is it just kind of really lit them up. I think that since appreciation of duty a sansom through a lot of ordeals out there and man they they need the support right now because fire season isn't over yet no in fact i'm although the weather has cooled off temporarily one of the big things that separate northwest is facing right now angela. There's a severe drought conditions. I talked to an incident. Meteorologist with the national weather service of renault rodriguez and he said that there's been two years already with just sixty seventy percents of normal precipitation which leaves the train of education more prone to fire so it's almost a bigger tinderbox and we would have seen even without those triple his attempts and i'll add to angela that many these fires are happening in the train. Kanye and some valleys or the smoke and heavy particular matter. Just gathers has nowhere to go. Sometimes you just can barely see across the street all right. Brian bull is with member station k. L. c. c. Brian thank you for taking time out to speak with us this morning. Thank you for having manjula before we leave. Want give you a quick update on our local fires here in washington state. The schneider springs fire has charred more than sixty eight thousand acres in yakima county. And it's really messing up. The air quality there the department of ecology now has it listed as hazardous. Some of that smoke could head our way later on this afternoon and firefighters continue to battle the twenty five mile fire in or near lake chalan. I should say it has burned more than ten thousand acres. Thus far are big thanks to all of the crews on the front lines facing so much this fire season..

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"nw" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom

KUOW Newsroom

05:39 min | 3 months ago

"nw" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom

"Cc has been entrenched with some of the firefighters in our region this season and even he's feeling the fatigue not just from watching these men and women fighting literally for their lives but also because he's had to watch the potential. That's hit too close to home in all. This is obviously my home as well. And so you oftentimes ask yourself. When is it going to be my turn to say. Humidity rendered the ashes. I went out to blue river which was affected by the holiday farm fire last year and then just a day and a half beginning on that labor day. The fires ravaged that entire valued at one point. We thought that we here in eugene because the fires just happening east of us we thought the fire could potentially spread an affect our community. We'd have to pack our bags. Labor home behind than worry about our pets. Thankfully that never came to it but we did have like a week and a half of just dance. Heavy smog where everything was easy orange grayish color and the sun. Which is this glowing red or it was very surreal. This kind of the some delays fog is kind of surrounded the entire valley and when the rains finally came and cleared out. The sky could see blue sky again. I almost cried. Because i had never gone so long. Just worried about my health out of my children that of my that's my neighbors and saying the landscape bathed in such a surreal glow and distilling be particulate matter as he moved through aerosol. Dance you could. You felt like you're walking through veil and to this day. I still occasionally have waking nightmares about those gray skies and that bill orange orb in the sky. It was just really unsettling so. Brian painting a picture for us from his perspective. But how are firefighters coping. I caught up with brian after he spent time with cruise in central oregon at the middle fork complex and the firefighters are really at this point on the wildfire calendar dealing with what was called cumulative fatigue Firefighters are trying to stay focused on the task at hand and also take care of themselves. But you know there's just a lot of factors out there that they really have to struggle with. Will you say trying to take care of themselves. What are some things that they are doing to help them get through the day to day grind of battling the fires dealing with the successive heat that the region has seen here lately. It's very difficult to describe. A daily routine of you will for firefighter. I did talk to lauren. Durocher who's the public information officer. Bill for complex of late last week and she was a subscribing to me kind of some of the things that they do to make sure they're firefighters stay in fighting shape..

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"nw" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"nw" Discussed on WSB-AM

"NW SP meteorologist Christina Edwards. Let's Get back to the morning Drive in the WSB Sky Copter. It's Doug Turnbull and flag right here. Dear Heart, Phil Jackson and just below Cleveland Avenue Grand Avenue of Kind of a South Atlanta here before you get to hate Bill is shut down at the neighborhood. You're around seven. Three. They got about seven a fire apparatus that are here with a fire that has been next to house. But it's no longer smoking or short, plain city more but Grand Avenue If you live right, there is shut down. Now, if you're ready tonight, 20 years, Nothing has shut down at the Douglas County, but it is slow through common Fulton after the Chattahoochee River two or 25 the cap that trip time has inched up to about 17 18 minutes. 20 westbound out of Rockdale County, actually. From 1 38 to 85. There are no big delays activity by the it started thinking of the attitude. 25 West Your Ashford Nobody. The latest Southside actually Brassica instantly better between Stockbridge and Morrow. Construction wrapped up on 75 north, leaving Mount Zion Boulevard on the top of the breaks up at Forest Parkway. And speaking of bad crash Working on Force Parkway at Clark Howell traffic brought to you by discover want to hear something amazing Discover matches all the cash back you earn on your credit card at the end of your first year. Learn more discover dot com slash match. Limitations apply triple team traffic 95.5 WSB. Christina's five day forecast gets us to a bigger chance to rain here in just a moment after a short break live to CBS military consultant retired Colonel Jeff McCausland. His assessment of what the factors will be more not the president extends the mission in Afghanistan past August 31st stay with us Start your day right with daily immune support plus extra strength, five hour energy. It contains all the great five hour energy shot ingredients plus added vitamins and nutrients like zinc, vitamin D three and vitamin C. To help support.

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"nw" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom

KUOW Newsroom

04:06 min | 5 months ago

"nw" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom

"Fire crews trying to contain wildfires that already have burned tens of thousands of acres throughout washington state and the north west and the already dire situation is being made all the worse by gusty winds a lack of rain and above average heat in the outlook in the coming months. It isn't much better nick. Bond is the state climatologist and he joins us now with more good morning. Nick glad to have you here. At least we're enjoying a cool morning with some clouds and giving them a torrid weather. We've been having the last few weeks. And i consider it a comfort and the seattle tacoma everett area right now. The only place that isn't covered by the drought emergency declaration. The governor issued yesterday. Yeah that's an important point that the large municipalities here in the puget. Sound lowlands have plenty of water and so well. It's always a good idea to conserve in that sort of thing. It's not like people have didn't either tomato plants. You know the drink. Some water that they need and so forth but farmers east of the mountains residents. I mean the situation. There is just absolutely incredible. They're especially the dry land. Agriculture is in as bad a shape. It's it has it's ever been and that's It's not just due to the heat wave. We had at the end of june but mostly because of the deficits in precipitation that occurred during the spring of course made worse by the hot temperatures in in there with regards to those on temperatures wall we after the extreme heat in the puget. Sound lowlands in everywhere. We moderated somebody. It has continued hot in the other parts of the state not necessarily record-setting but still well above normal. This was what the second driest spring on record at least since records were kept back in the eighteen hundreds. Yeah that's right so going back well over a century the second riots spring when you're gonna consider march through june and Just to give some numbers there. Statewide averages we only received about six inches of rain. Where normally it would be eleven inches during that time. As a percentage of normal is even worse in the lower elevations of eastern washington. So what are the latest forecast models chevy about the next three months. There's no sign of any monster heat. Wave of anything. Like we had at the end of june but after some More moderate weather you know here the few days and maybe into early next week. It looks like it's going to the warm up some and again. It doesn't look like there's going to be much in the way of precipitation given the conditions Expecting early start the fire. Season bats coming true. And unfortunately it's probably going to be a long one two and what about the predictions for a la nina in the winter months. Are we still on track for that and will do anything to. I know. there's nothing we can do about what's happening right now. But yeah that's right. The conditions in the tropical pacific are now favoring more probably a weak to moderate lining. Yeah than not It's affects are liable to be kinda later in winter and what's really important in these kinds of situations is win. Our fall rains. Start and they're what's going on el nino la nina. You know the price of one hundred percent cotton socks. None of that seems to Determine just win. Those rains start. And so that's something that you know. Here's hoping they're kinda on the early side this time. All right fingers crossed state climatologist. Nick bond thank you so much. We always appreciate that we can call on you on a moment's notice sure thing..

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"nw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"nw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"NW HD to Milwaukee and I Heart radio station. Good afternoon. I'm Dave Michaels. Vice President Kamala Harris today visited El Paso, Texas, pledging to address the root cause of the border crisis. The work that we have to do is the work of address. Saying the cause the root causes. Otherwise. We'll continue to see the effect what is happening at the border. Milwaukee County Judge Christopher Foley has doubled down on his ruling about former Milwaukee police chief Alfonso Morales. At a Thursday hearing, Judge Foley repeated his contention that Morales was illegally demoted last year. Barring any last minute settlement, he says Morales should be reinstated as chief July 3rd, an attorney for the city. Asked fully to stay his order until a state Court of Appeals makes its ruling on the case. The judge said No telling both sides his order remains. I didn't do this. My fingers are on this scale. I'm forcing the city to either obey the law or buy their way out of this because of what they did Bill Wise Wisconsin Radio network and can ocean officials have denied a claim for damages from Jacob Blake. He's the man paralyzed when he was shot by a police officer last summer. He was seeking over three quarters of a million dollars for medical expenses and pain and suffering. Checking the sizzle. HEALTH sports scoreboard The box will try to even up their best of seven series tonight against the Hawks. Game two tips off at 7 30 from Fiserv Forum from the W I s N Radio news Center. I'm Dave Michael just want to remember Wolf.

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WBUR

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"nw" Discussed on WBUR

"NW bur I'm Tanya Mosley and I'm Peter wrote down. This is here and now U. S. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced today that the Department of Justice is suing the state of Georgia over that state's controversial new restrictive voting law. Stephen Fowler of Georgia. Public Broadcasting is here to join us here to tell us more. And Stephen what exactly is the argument that the Justice Department is making here? Well. The Justice Department is saying that the 98 page voting law that was signed earlier this year contains several provisions that are intentionally designed to make it harder for Black Jordans to vote that includes a ban on government entities, mailing out absentee ballot applications, limitations on dropbox uses and a narrower window to request an absentee ballot. And they say all of this taken together is in retaliation for record turnout record black turnout in the 2020 election. Does the challenge affect the law right now, as it is? Well. There are currently now eight lawsuits pending challenging Georgia's different election law. Virtually every part of it is being challenged, and so it will take some time for those things to be sorted out. All right. Well, this is the first significant move by the Biden administration against the number of new restrictive voting laws that have been passed by a Republican led state legislatures all over the country. Do you think this could be the beginning of something larger? Absolutely. What we saw from the attorney general. Today was a note that the Justice Department was going to use every available tool and their arsenal and every aspect of voting law to examine these changes that Republicans put forth after the 2020 election. And they say that Georgia is the first of potentially many that they're going to look at to see if these laws hold up to the scrutiny of the intended results or if they were actually disenfranchising people. Stephen Fowler is a reporter with Georgia Public Broadcasting. Thank you very much for joining us..

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Six Flags Magic Mountain, NW of Los Angeles, announces April reopening

Rush Limbaugh

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Six Flags Magic Mountain, NW of Los Angeles, announces April reopening

"Another theme park in California intends to reopen amid the ongoing pandemic. Eddie McCubbin report roller coasters at six Flags. Magic Mountain will be running again soon. The theme park north of Los Angeles, will reopen on April 1st and second for pass holders April 3rd for a daily ticket sales. Guests will be required to make a reservation and Have their temperature taken before entering the park. Magic Mountain has been closed for over a year due to the pandemic. This follows a recent announcement by Disney Land, which signaled its intent to reopen at the end of

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River Grove shooting: Vehicle stopped in Franklin Park, NW of Chicago

Home Sweet Home Chicago

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

River Grove shooting: Vehicle stopped in Franklin Park, NW of Chicago

"To learn more about that party bus shooting that happened in the suburbs overnight. WGN's Judy Wang has an update. It looks like the shots were fired in River Grove, south of Belmont Avenue. The bus driver continued driving going north bound on River Road and then came to a stop after crossing the border into Franklin Park. When police and paramedics arrived. The bus was on River Road near Elm Street. Investigators have not disclosed how many people were On board the bus, how many of them were injured or where the bus was headed. Officers at the scene tells that paramedics did take it least two people to local hospitals once again River Road and Disclaims River Road between Belmonte and King closed in Franklin Park for that investigation.

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Video of fatal shooting in NW Atlanta uploaded to Instagram

Clark Howard

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Video of fatal shooting in NW Atlanta uploaded to Instagram

"Crime in broad daylight, apparently posted on social media. WSB. Cheryl Castro has details. I'm a shooting death under investigation in northwest Atlanta family members say Friday afternoons deadly shooting on Alfred rode in northwest Atlanta was recorded by witness than uploaded to Instagram. This family member tells Channel two action news. She knows who the shooter is. And has this message. You know, you should help you. No, you're wrong. Maybe just have yourself in way. Love you. See you, baby. That woman says the shooter is a teenage relative of the victim. Cheryl Castro 95.5 W S. B

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4 people injured in road rage shooting in strip center parking lot in NW Houston

Texas Home Improvement

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

4 people injured in road rage shooting in strip center parking lot in NW Houston

"Ago, four people were shot in a Wal Mart part King lot of Maxwell Road by people in a gray Nissan Ultima Houston Police assistant Chief James Jones says that the four victims were transported to been Tabor two are now in serious condition. Surveillance video is being reviewed by HPD right now, we'll

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Firefighters Save Church In Lawrence, NW Of Boston, After Rectory Catches Fire

WBZ Morning News

00:21 sec | 10 months ago

Firefighters Save Church In Lawrence, NW Of Boston, After Rectory Catches Fire

"First Latino to be named Health and Human Services secretary. Well firefighters and Lawrence being praised for their work and saving a century old church. Flames ripped through the rectory at the Holy Rosary Church. On Essex Street last night. The priest who was the on Lee one living there was she able to make it out safely. The church, which is connected to the rectory had some smoke and water

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Biden Calls for Gun Reform Three Years After Parkland Shooting, NW of Miami

WBZ Morning News

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Biden Calls for Gun Reform Three Years After Parkland Shooting, NW of Miami

"Marked the three year anniversary of the Valentine's Day shooting rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida 17 students and teachers were killed. President Bush using the president Biden using the occasion to renew his push for tougher gun control measures. President put out a statement essentially saying that this administration will not wait for the next mass shooting to heed. That call to do better in the country, saying that it's time to take action to end the epidemic of gun violence and make schools and communities safer. Calling on Congress to essentially an act common sense gun law reforms, including requiring background checks on all gun sales, banning assault, weapons and high capacity magazines as well and that CBS is Skyler Henry flags across Florida were lowered to half staff to honor the victims of the shooting.

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Third Anniversary of Parkland School Shooting Remembered in Coral Springs, NW of Miami

Prosper

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Third Anniversary of Parkland School Shooting Remembered in Coral Springs, NW of Miami

"Central up. Elena Petty 17 names in all of 17 people whose lives ended in a a hail hail of of gunshots gunshots three three years years ago ago to to the the day, day, an an event event in in Coral Coral Springs Springs Sunday. Sunday. Remember Remember those those killed killed in in the the Parkland Parkland massacre? massacre? It It was was just just one one of of several several in in South South Florida Florida that that marked marked the the awful awful anniversary. anniversary. Those Those who who lived lived through through the the mass mass shooting shooting at at Stoneman Stoneman Douglas Douglas High High School, School, of of course, course, do do not not need need the the reminder. reminder. And And many, many, like like Haley Haley Bettencourt, Bettencourt, who's who's now now a a senior senior at at the the school, school, feel feel Survivor's guilt. I want to know why I was spared, but like I'll never know. It's just really hard to live with that, like knowing that You look, all these people don't like you couldn't do anything. She spoke to NBC Miami

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FBI identifies 2 agents killed in Sunrise shooting, NW of Miami

Sean Hannity

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

FBI identifies 2 agents killed in Sunrise shooting, NW of Miami

"Agents are dead, three others wounded after an early morning shooting in South Florida. The shooting happened about 6, A.m. and Sunrise near Fort Lauderdale, while agents were serving a warrant related to a violent crimes against Children case. The FBI says two of the wounded agents are hospitalized in stable condition, but there's no word on the condition of the third agent. The bureau says the suspect is dead so far, no names have been released.

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FBI Chief Releases Statement on Agent-Involved Shooting NW Of Miami

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

FBI Chief Releases Statement on Agent-Involved Shooting NW Of Miami

"Two agents dead early today. In Florida, where Fox's Evan Brown is live, at least to the FBI director Christopher Wray says special agents Daniel Alphin and Laura Schwarzenberger. We're the two killed in a shootout while attempting to serve a warrant in the town of Sunrise, Florida near Fort Lauderdale this morning suspect inside the home started firing at the agents. Three other agents were wounded in the suspect was killed. The suspect's identity is not yet released, but the warrant Was part of an investigation into child exploitation. Lisa Evan, thanks no word yet on a motive in Oklahoma,

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3-year-old shoots himself in NW Atlanta apartment; charges possible

Atlanta's Morning News

00:15 sec | 11 months ago

3-year-old shoots himself in NW Atlanta apartment; charges possible

"Are possible after a three year old boy gets hold of a loaded gun in northwest Atlanta. The boy is rushed to the hospital from an apartment off James Jackson Parkway after shooting himself in the legs. Mother says she was in the room with the time but has no idea how we got the gun. The boy's condition has not been released. Freshman

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"nw" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"nw" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'm nine first warning. Chief Meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio 700 wlw, Clear and cold. We've dropped into the twenties now. 29 degrees and Cincinnati Coronavirus numbers tonight from the state of Ohio. Nearly 4300 new cases, and that report is very encouraging because it's about 3000 less than the 21 Day average. However, the number of people who died this past 24 hours 81 slightly above that. 21 Day average. Indiana 3500 new cases. Kentucky 2700 new cases the governor there, reporting that the state's positivity rate has fallen to its lowest rate since the beginning of the month. Now a 10.8% You see health announcing that its scheduling covert 19 vaccinations for people 75 older starting next Tuesday. This week, they started 80 and older across Ohio, you see, says an appointment is required. This week. You see in the rest of the state started vaccinating people Gideon older and it will continue 75 older and then they will continue with people until they get to 65 older. 70 year old Mount or a woman is dead tonight after a one vehicle rank on us 68 north of Dairy Lane and Brown County. That accident happened this morning. Linda Po, according to the Ohio State Patrol was wearing a seat belt at the time. And alcohol and drugs not believe to be a factor. Fire on the west side of Cincinnati this afternoon at the home on Overlook at the corner of Roth Avenue $40,000 damage firefighters rescued One person took them to the hospital Firefighter had minor injuries. Baseball mourning The death of Hank Aaron tonight, died at the age of 86. He tied Babe Ruth for the all time home run record at Riverfront Stadium on opening day of 1974. Listen, believe Henry Aaron has just died. Favoritos home run record of energy. Brennaman was announcing his first official game for the Reds that day almost 47 years ago. And he was talking about that record tying day with Eddie and Rocky earlier today, because Erin's homer was in the first any Marty hadn't been on the air very long. Before he had to describe history. Well, it was four batters in any, I would say. Probably from the time the game started until the time Baron's ball left the park. Maybe, uh, 20 minutes. Condolences pouring in for baseball great Hank Aaron NW President Derrick Johnson, saying in a statement. Aaron did not only break barriers on the baseball field, but also in the civil rights movement. Aaron shattered Babe Ruth's home run record, and Atlanta former President Jimmy Carter, Georgia's governor at the time, Aaron hit that 715th Homer 1974. Calling Erin a breaker of records and racial barriers and a personal hero and George's current governor, Brian Camp, in a statement calling Aaron and American icon and one of George's greatest legends Dave Packer, ABC News Wall Street The Down down 1 79 at the closed today. NASDAQ was up 12 s and P 500 was down. 12. It's 806. Next news coming up at a 30 Matt Reese news radio 700 wlw. Build your life around What matters with a bachelor's or masters degree from Aurora University Online. Do you want to protect your community Explorer? Criminal justice and.

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Coronavirus Field Hospital Opens In Lowell, NW Of Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:58 sec | 11 months ago

Coronavirus Field Hospital Opens In Lowell, NW Of Boston

"To the future in the Merrimack Valley, and it comes under dire circumstances. And a warning from health officials. WBC's match here tells us Ah Field hospital is about to get busy again there. No college athletes jogging around the rec center at U Mass. Lowell, just a team of medical professionals, making sure every bet on the parquet is ready to go working collaboratively. We were able to erect a field hospital in matter of days of the Audi is the VP of hospitality for Circle health. But right now, his primary focus is here. The state's second covert field hospital. The staff is trying to make the patient experiences comfortable as I can be with plenty of room to walk around. You're in a covert environment here, so social distancing isn't something that you have to worry about. This comes during a week where public health officials fear a post holiday surge. But despite their concerns, Dudley says morale is improving. His frontline workers are finally getting vaccinated. I haven't seen in a long time. Big smiles on their face music playing and just sense of optimism that Shearer wbz, Boston's news radio

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COVID-19 vaccination website in Broward County, NW of Miami, has rocky Sunday

2 Lights Media

00:13 sec | 11 months ago

COVID-19 vaccination website in Broward County, NW of Miami, has rocky Sunday

"Corona virus vaccine so far than the state can supply in Broward County, the Department of Health website where people sign up for appointments, Broward covert vaccine dot com went down for maintenance against One day they found

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Edmonds, NW of Seattle, eases penalties for driving with a suspended license

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Edmonds, NW of Seattle, eases penalties for driving with a suspended license

"License license in in Edmund's Edmund's may may no no longer longer face face jail jail time. time. Here's Here's Como's Como's Frank Frank Lindsay. Lindsay. For For those those whose whose only only offenses offenses driving driving with with a a suspended suspended license. license. The The penalty penalty will will now now be be a a $250 $250 ticket instead of time behind bars, according to the Everett Herald. Introduce, really, said Mons Mayor Mike Nelson says quote criminalizing the standalone offensive driving while license suspended in the third degree can lead an individual down a spiral of debt, inability to drive loss of job and worse. That downward spiral his particularly hard among lower income, individuals and people of color and quote. This new rule, however, does not apply to drivers who've been convicted of things like dy hit and run vehicular assault, vehicular homicide or attempting to elude. It also does not apply if you have 10 or more driving, while license suspended defenses on your record. Frank Lindsay

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Three dead after shooting in Illinois bowling alley NW of Chicago

Masters in Business

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Three dead after shooting in Illinois bowling alley NW of Chicago

"Daniel O'Shea says three people are dead after a shooting at an Illinois bowling alley Saturday night again. This is on obviously active shooter. When officers arrived on scene, the shooter was still in the building. No officers fired their weapons that we know of at this point, O'Shea added. Three others were wounded and they have a person of interest in custody. He said. Shots were fired both inside and outside Don Carter lanes. Tennessee

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"nw" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"nw" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Loved ones with extra in Temple scanner takes inaccurate ng in seconds and is the only home thermometer recommended by hospitals position to clinics Stay safe with extra game That's traffic on his radio. Six NW Audi Taking a look at $16 radar, Spotty shower and Albert Miami Lakes. There's some light rain. You're Del Ray teaches well. Brian Pompano Beach 79 degrees at 10 01. House Republicans are blocking an attempt by the House to pass the $2000 stimulus checks. President Trump wants the chair is constrained to not entertain the request unless it has been cleared by the bipartisan floor and committee leadership Speaker Nancy Pelosi trying to pass an amendment doing just that today. But the unanimous consent request required the approval of the Republican caucus. But already leader Kevin McCarthy did not give it. Under house rules, the body was so unable to consider the increase and all state supported covert 19 test sites are closed today. Tomorrow and New Year's Day. There are modified hours. In fact, for some Miami Dade facilities. Broward County virus test Collection sites are closed today. Tomorrow, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day and head over to w y o D calm. There are some facilities Which are running modified schedules today, and if Florida is going to recover from the economic downturn caused by the pandemic, it will have to turn to institutions of higher learning community colleges are those workforce engines that air can be well positioned to help the state recover and help communities recover as well with the right partnerships. Miami Dade College President Madeline Poom Arriaga says the pandemic has turned higher ed upside down, with more students choosing to learn online. She says colleges have to compete to register the best students. It will begin to feel a lot like Christmas in South Florida temperatures nice and mild, even hot today, but forecasters are calling for a strong cold front to come in tonight. By Friday morning will probably.

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Curfew coming for Broward County, NW of Miami, over the holidays

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Curfew coming for Broward County, NW of Miami, over the holidays

"Be imposed in Broward County from December. 25th 2 January fourth. Mayor Steve Geller says House parties have been a big problem spreading the coronavirus. We've seen these giant house parties. They are mega spreader events, Few people that are after these actually or wearing masks on Christmas and New Year's Eve. The curfew will also run from 1 A.m. 25 a M. All other days. It runs from midnight until 5 A.m. governor,

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"nw" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"nw" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all of it. NW N Y c. I'm Alison Stewart. Thank you for spending part of your day with me. So if you have kids yesterday morning, when Gmail went down, they all thought they might have a digital version of a snow day. But of course, it was restored in time for school. And now with the snow storm headed our way. You just heard Shawn. Normally kids'll be crossing their fingers for a real life Snow day, but apparently that won't be the case. Mayor told Errol Lewis on inside City Hall. Quote. If we had the kind of snow that would cause us not to feel comfortable with the kids coming to school than the kids would all go remote. And just that would be another day at home Learning from home. That is so 2020. Coming up later in the show. Today, we'll speak with Director Bernard Luis about his documentary, The Infinite Race, part of the ESPN 30 for 30 Syriza. The film gives voice to an indigenous community in Mexico who are made famous and crystal meth Douglases book born to run and inspired the ultra running craze. And later New York Times reported last week that musician F K Twigs filed a lawsuit against her former boyfriend, the actor Shyla, both, alleging that LeBoeuf abused her physically, emotionally and mentally over the course of their relationship. We know that f k twigs is not alone instances of domestic abuse of reason worldwide since the cove in 19 pandemic began, we listen to our conversation with filmmaker Tanya Selva. Rotten. Um Who tells her story in her forthcoming memoir, Assume Nothing And then we'll hear from Margarita Guzman, executive director of the Violence Intervention program shall discuss the services. They offer signs for friends and family to pay attention to During this time, that is all in the way. So let's get this started..

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"nw" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"nw" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all of it. NW N Y c. I'm Alison Stewart. Thank you for spending part of your day with me. So if you have kids yesterday morning, when Gmail went down, they all thought they might have a digital version of a snow day. But of course, it was restored in time for school. And now with the snow storm headed our way. You just heard Shawn. Normally, kid will be crossing their fingers for a real life Snow day, but apparently that won't be the case. Mayor told Errol Lewis on inside City Hall. Quote. If we had the kind of snow that would cause us not to feel comfortable with the kids coming to school than the kids would all go remote and just that would be another day at home. Learning from home. That is so 2020. Coming up later in the show. Today, we'll speak with Director Bernard Luis about his documentary, The Infinite Race, part of the ESPN 30 for 30 Syriza. The film gives voice to an indigenous community in Mexico who are made famous and crystal meth Douglases book born to run and inspired the ultra running craze. And later New York Times reported last week that musician F K Twigs filed a lawsuit against her former boyfriend, the actor Shyla, both, alleging that LeBoeuf abused her physically, emotionally and mentally over the course of their relationship. We know that F k twigs is not alone instances of domestic abuse of reason worldwide since the cove in 19 pandemic began, we listen to our conversation with filmmaker Tanya Selva Rotten, Um, who tells her story in her forthcoming memoir, Assume Nothing And then we'll hear from Margarita Guzman, executive director of the Violence Intervention program, She'll discuss the services they offer. Signs for friends and family to pay attention to during this time, that is all the way. So let's get this started. What do you do when something you love breaks or rips or just.

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Gary Rogowski - Mastery Program at the NW Woodworking Studio

It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking

04:05 min | 1 year ago

Gary Rogowski - Mastery Program at the NW Woodworking Studio

"Gary is good to have you on. It's what again you are always a welcome guest thank you daniel. It's fun to be here. So you've really had to adapt with this covid. Nineteen situation and one of the most famous programs is the mastery program right. So how is that. Hit you at the studio well first of all. I'm no different than anyone else. It said everyone really hard. I i was talking with someone one of my students and they said this is. This is great. I just spent on time. The bench. Safe away from everyone so You know in some respects. Covert is just a way to get to the bench but in terms of the business in terms of the studio. It's been really tough where we have some some online classes. But it's a It's been paired way back and we started with some online lectures and workshops. But i i started. I was finishing up a the first year of my distance group at a couple of folks in a distance mastery group and so we went online. And i thought well geez. Maybe we should be doing this all the way. I mean with with a new group. Because i wasn't willing to take on resident students who would be in house and didn't look like travel was going to be an option so with the help of student who's very interested in woodworking. We put together online lectures and then figured out how to transform that and to into an online mastery program of weekly classes and Yeah we've been running about else since beginning of october. So maybe maybe middle of october anyway. It's been great. The biggest challenges me to produce videos. Yeah technology i'm not a technology guy and and so You know the audio feedback and getting the cameras. When i have row halio with me It's great because he's he handled the camera work. And i said hey zoom in on this. I'm trying to do it. I'm all over the place. But i'm getting hang bought a bit of video cameras so i can have that trained on me and then have an iphone. Iphones are are crazy. Good for another angle and we're doing everything zoom right now and it's been good. It's good i saw your ear. Instructions on zoom their lives. Is that correct right now. Everything's live. I'm trying to get some lectures in the can so rally. I just did a an hour on bill billing half lap mirror frame in trying to get some of those things recorded so i can reuse them but for now i've got me and my thirteen students and we meet. We meet every friday. Actually i woke up this morning. you Wondered about my writing. And i started to just work on images and stuff for my students. Actually think saw mass reprogram since two thousand nine hundred ninety nine hundred and Graduated a group in two thousand and lots of different folks. Local group distance group resident group but for some reason now with this online group. I've done a lecture quite a few times. So i know what i'm doing. I don't have to do a lot of preparation for that. But it's led me to start investigating. What other cool things can i bring to the

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Man and woman found dead with gunshot wounds in garage of home in Beach Park NW of Chicago

Bob Sirott

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Man and woman found dead with gunshot wounds in garage of home in Beach Park NW of Chicago

"40 last night on 100 more Wadsworth Road. Lake County Police say they found a man and a woman in the garage of a home there with gunshot wounds. Officers attempted to save the victims, but we're on successful No one's in custody. Police are still investigating. A man is hospitalized after he was shot while exchanging gunfire

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Woman In Wheelchair Hit And Killed By Plow Truck In Lowell NW Of Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Woman In Wheelchair Hit And Killed By Plow Truck In Lowell NW Of Boston

"Night in Lowell after being struck by a plow truck in the midst of the stormy weather. Middlesex District attorney's office, saying a 27 year old woman who was being pushed in a wheelchair by 39 year old man were struck by a shell the Chevy, a Silverado pickup truck that had a plow attached. The woman died after being taken to Tufts Medical Center. The man is recovering at a local hospital with his injuries. No charges have been filed so far. The driver of the clouds hold police. The crash happened when the pedestrians appeared from behind a parked car. And it was too late for him to stop the president elect Joe Biden

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"nw" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"nw" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Foreign born actor who most definitely didn't cheat on his wife with the foreign born actress knows his wife won't do anything because it would bring shame to the family name. She's a royal after all, and already has one divorce under her belt, Dominic. Interesting. I want to know what her royal statues is, though. What's her? Her last name's Fitzgerald, Right? Right. And she's Yeah, she's the Vice Countess Lambda NW. Well, good for her. So I mean, well, you asked. No, no, I didn't totally that I'm just saying that I have no clue what that is. Ah, by Countess of Her mom. Well, she married a guy named Edward Lampton Vice Count Lambda in the future Seventh Earl of Durham in 1995. Then they divorced. Then she married Dominic West that she she dated him in college, and then apparently, they hooked back up. So she's like she married into this royal experience. But her father was Desmond Fitzgerald, the 29th night of Glynn. So she's got some stuff in her fan. I don't even Of Glyn of Glynn. Yeah, Yeah, I want to know where one through 28 are. Well, they're probably dead, okay? That's usually how that I didn't know. I mean, I didn't know if there were like they just had a whole lot of them. Sorry. I don't understand. Royal don't understand Railroad, the Royal world Next. Here's our next celebrity gossip mystery. The.

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"nw" Discussed on It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking

It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"nw" Discussed on It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking

"Hey, everybody today I'm sitting down with Gary. Rogowski director of the North. Westwood Read Studio. He has written and contributed to well over half dozen books as well as being a frequent contributing author to several woodworking magazines in nineteen ninety-seven, he opened the northwest woodworking studio to share his experience and skills to those woodworkers seeking to advance their abilities in the woodshop this morning I will be talking to Gary about his school and the new online programs. The school has developed to help us. Keep learning while being safe in this pandemic Gary. Thank you for joining me and welcome to its would thank you Daniel Pleasure to be here. And <hes> as we were talking before the show life is interesting. and not in not necessarily in a good way. So. We're going to talk about some of the things you're doing to continue the education of Woodworkers, even though we have to stay distant right right well, it's. Shutdown mid March. Like a lot of businesses and Boy It sure focuses on what's important, didn't it? I mean. Oh, yeah, it tears away a lot of the you know. I wish and I want things you okay. Here's the reality running in a new right. Oh yeah, it's. It was real eye opening and I. Don't know about you but I was. I was very busy each day and I got nothing done. I was like yeah. I was just spinning my wheels for for weeks. But I totally understand that I would go out into the woodshop into. Do some work and I just wasn't focused. You know and when that happens, you start making mistakes and it's on. I need to walk away from this right, and but slowly getting back to it, so it's nice yeah. Yeah I've been I've been getting back to it as well and. Had A conversation with one of my. Distance mastery students and his approach was was interesting, he said. Every week I get a little project. Done doesn't matter what it is. It can be just a dumb thing for the shop or for the House Sir. Anything, but he's. He gets that sense of accomplishment instead of. And putting in another few hours on A. Month long project. He's finishing things and. Those little victories I think are important these. Out Definitely and you know when we complete a project. Like you said it could be something stupid. something. You want somebody need just something you WanNa. Try after that it makes you feel better. Yeah, you know that you're still producing this stuff that you love right. and. My choice of words was wrong. It's it's never stupid I in fact, enjoy the stuff I built for myself at the bench more than most of the other things that I make. Try to make them nice and. Put a nice little twist. Donham and Them to use. That's always kind of Nice at the bench to build myself a Senate jurors and Every time I've done that. I've said to myself. What am I? GonNa put in these things, and then by the end of the day after I finished the drawers their filled. They're always feel. Yeah I. Just started working a little bit with some resin and things like that just. Know. If I have a friend that does it and just he's inspired me to try it. uh-huh! Yeah so let's let's talk about. The new things for the woodworking school, and and how you're. Taking it forward in our current situation. Well I've been thinking about this for a long time. And that is doing some online classes and I was thinking of doing some episodic things where I would. Talk about. Some topics so I bought A. Place out in the country several years ago and it's a mess and there's tons of work to be done. And I was sitting in the shop there one day, and I said. This is, this is my fifth shop a set up. Maybe I should talk about that, so that's. Sort of where the idea was born for me, I thought well. I'll do a series of videos. On setting up shop. And then pandemic it and I thought well. Time to. Move this forward and then fortuitously student of mine. Who is? In the Tech Industry and Knows computers like I know chisels. So Nice to be able to say row. Hey. What's what's going on here and he can just? Fix things so. He's helping me out and we're starting to online lectures next week on Wednesday July first. and. Seeing how that goes! We've got four classes scheduled for for online participation. How do how do people get involved in that? Well, the easiest thing is to. Go to our website and check out our. Summer schedule of classes and there's a list of those online lectures. The first is on million. Would million lumber from rough to finish? Which is a lecturer I? Do quite often. I, do it once a year. For the general public, I do it every time I have A. Mastery Group meet. So. There's an hour that I'll spend talking about lumber and. Choosing would and defects and million would for the. Grain that you want and the movement issues that you have to address. And then I'll spend the next. Hour talking about the machinery. Sells You know what are the tools that I use, and how do I mill lumber

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"nw" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"nw" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"S. census bureau good morning it's eight oh three on the morning drive with Casey NW a tropical weather on the threes was charged with appear to be fired just dispatching an accident on ninety five in the city but looking between the city county line and down towards the arbutus side haven't seen anything yet so what will we get an update from them in the meantime for traveling ninety five in the city heads up for that the accident Baltimore highlands was minor Annapolis road at Virginia Avenue medic call in the city for riding for a shooting sixteen hundred block of druid hill Avenue I'm Chuck would occur with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio six eighty WCBS it is time to get outside to soak up some of that sunshine get a dose of vitamin D. courtesy of mother nature and if you can't do it today you've got the rest of the weekend as well your sixty this afternoon partly cloudy tomorrow and temperatures again near sixty I'm meteorologist Terry Smith from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty WCBS Faisal has forty five degree is middle river forty six Baltimore forty nine on talk radio six eighty W. CBM here's all the stores were talking about this morning on the morning drive Merlot's delegation to Washington DC pushing FEMA for urgent medical supplies needed in the fight for against that is covert nineteen Maryland board of elections are recommending at least one in person voting center per district L. character already there investigating a double murder news being brought to you by the twenty twenty senses dot gov every man woman and child in the US is counted every ten years here's the census.

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"nw" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"nw" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Tracks on his radio six NW ID double peaks of sunshine with elves about do it for keeps gain seventy three degrees at seventy five in sunrise at four oh one and the Florida department of health is responding to covert nineteen officials have issued an international travel advisory calling for anyone who's traveled internationally to self isolate for fourteen days following return to the United States Stacey Ritter is CEO of the greater fort Lauderdale convention and visitors bureau and says this will take a huge economic toll a tremendous amount of international travelers who come here that doesn't just impact us it is a global economy we live in these days and it will impact many many countries throughout the world which will impact the economy here in the United States department of health says of the twelve Floridians who tested positive for corona virus aids had traveled abroad Broward's top doctors on the hot seat after the county confirms two of its three presumptive positive coronavirus cases are tied to port Everglades during a morning round table representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz asked Broward health department director Paula thank you to give information about how these patients contracted it whether it was community spread or through international travel cases that are associated with so they certainly may have had contact with people who have had international travel port Everglades officials admit they're cleaning supply ship and won't come in until early may and I only have enough for about four weeks another round of primaries on tap for tomorrow voters will be casting ballots in Michigan Missouri Mississippi Washington and Idaho and our code will be holding democratic caucuses the elections are in our race between former vice president Joe Biden and Vermont senator Bernie Sanders former democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker and former secretary of state John Kerry are endorsing Joe Biden Florida house today overwhelmingly approved a plan that would expand school vouchers the bill includes a change that could lead to nearly twenty nine thousand more students receiving vouchers next year the state's family empowerment scholarship program representative James bush supports the bill calling it good for parental choice on a motorway to Gil parents and empower parents an opportune need you to be able to put their children in places where it is safe where it is conducive for teaching and learning opponents say lawmakers should focus instead on funding public schools adequately this year's state budget will include more money for the memorial that's being built to remember the victims of the pulse nightclub shooting we added a half a million.

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"nw" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"nw" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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