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Oil spill from passing ship blackens Israel's Mediterranean shoreline

NPR News Now

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Oil spill from passing ship blackens Israel's Mediterranean shoreline

"Caused massive damages to israel's shoreline and a search is on for the ship responsible for the spill which began last week in a winter storm. Npr's daniel estrin has more. The israeli national parks authority says. It's the biggest ecological disaster. Israel has seen in recent years with long lasting effects for years to come officials say nearly ninety percent of israel's beaches have suffered various levels of damage from israel's northern border with lebanon. All the way south close to the gaza strip sea turtles were covered in black tar. Israeli and european authorities are investigating what happened officials. Believe ships spilled tens or hundreds of tons of oil beyond israel's territorial waters israeli soldiers and hundreds of volunteers from the public are helping with cleanup efforts. Daniel estrin npr news jerusalem. Five years after then

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"national parks authority" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:47 min | 6 months ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Office space dot com. I'm sure quicker with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio 6 80 double You see the Weather Channel forecast sunny and dry today and night 73 nights for most released the start of the week and getting cooler. Towards the end of the week. We announce 46 in Ellicott City, 50 in the 1000 time for church. Food news we have of the chuck wagon. The latest items turned into the food and beverage world public service for our listeners in the name of butter Ball ball. Johnson we're dealing with here is a complete lack of respect for the law through you. Thie. Last year, White Castle announced will be making his return to the Sunshine State. And what? What will be the chains largest restaurant? White Castle said to break ground on its new location this month. In about 10 days or so, and of the near Walt Disney World 4500 Square Foot building. According to reports. It'll have both indoor and outdoor seating areas with to drive through lanes as well. And a special circular lane for one Chuck Whitaker of Brooks will thank you for driving 500 Square. It is truly a big white castle. China, will you? Cinderella's castle will be there for the groundbreaking truck. I'm sure I will. And for the grand opening, like the Apple fell. The Florida will you get the first sack of square hamburgers off the assembly? One? I don't know about the first, but I'll be giving something flag it and we just want to get exhaust that way. For sure. Idaho man has been blacklisted by Yellowstone National Park authorities after attempting to cook chickens in the hot springs in the author limits Thermal area. Granger's alerted the Hydrothermal hot pot session. Ever see reports of people hiking towards the park's largest geiser. Oh, and with cooking pots, and I was trying to fried chickens with guests, only fire tools or whatever that might be the next best thing. Have you ever been out there It is hot. It is really hot in there. Very strange. It's surreal. Just had eight or 10 year old kid fall off the cause. I think the boardwalk and he was running and he tripped and fell in, but they got him out pretty quick if you still burn by the way of McDonald's Japan's McDonald's Isabelle, a double cheeseburger with rice buns. Of the go on,.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:02 min | 7 months ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC News. I'm David Wright With four days to go before Election Day. Both presidential campaigns are in the Midwest today. Before leaving for Michigan President Trump said. He's feeling confident about the economy and the pandemic making this prediction. We're going to take back the house. I think we're going to do very well in this Senate little bit more complex, frankly, and I think we're gonna have a fantastic presidential elections president is also holding rallies in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Democrat Joe Biden is also campaigning in those two states, along with Iowa. Parts of the Midwest are among the majority of states across the country that is seeing a surge in Corona virus cases and hospitalizations. In the past week. There have been three days with daily cases topping 80,000 new record since the start of the pandemic in hard hit EL Paso, Texas, a county judge is ordering a two week shutdown of all essential business is trying to slow the spread of the virus. This is ABC News. New questions arise in the case of a missing mother found alive after spending 12 days in Zion National Park. Authorities claim her story doesn't add up. They're launching an investigation. A veces Andrea Fujii has details. The Washington County sheriff's office is now conducting a criminal investigation into Holly courtier who was found alive October 18th Zion National Park. Her family says she had left 12 days earlier without food, water or her phone. Now one of the sun Agents who found her says there are discrepancies in her story. You go off trail. It will be virtually impossible to find somebody unless they want to be found. Her family says The 38 year old may have suffered a mental breakdown and planned a spiritually journey while fasting inside the park. Exxon Mobil is announcing job cuts. The oil company says it expects to cut its global workforce. By 15% over the next year that includes nearly 2000 jobs Here in the US David Wright ABC News Modernization isn't just a buzzword..

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"national parks authority" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:20 min | 7 months ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Just short of half of all registered voters. For the first time, a Massachusetts state trooper loses his pension. Tied to the overtime scandal. He pleaded guilty and will now lose $80,000 a year. Another grim milestone here in the United States more than 90,000 cases in a 24 hour period. CBS NEWS Medical contributor Dr David Vegas is looking at the science behind the number is a convergence of several things, including colder weather. Pushing people indoors for the virus spreads much for easily, especially among families and the beginning of school where we're seeing cases spread child the child across the country, and we're starting to see those numbers increase for the sixth consecutive day. Massachusetts sees more than 1000 new cases in a 24 hour period of the positive test result rate is getting close to 7%. Not only that the communities number of communities in Massachusetts that are now on the state's red zone list for Corona virus spread at high risk tops 120. That is nearly a 60% increase from numbers of a week ago In Florida, a man is turning himself in to police for his role in the crash that killed the father of Patriots running back James White. Daniel Chamblin will head to court today is charged with vehicular homicide, Reckless driving and speeding. White's mother was also critically hurt in that crash At last month, the Patriots star tells reporters that she is now well on the road to recovery. New questions are bubbling up this morning in the case of a missing mother found alive after spending nearly two weeks lost in Utah Zion National Park. Authorities say her story doesn't make a lot of sense, and they're launching a criminal investigation. Morpher maybe sees Andrea Fujii the Washington County sheriff's office, is now conducting a criminal investigation into Holly Corti, eight, who was found alive October 18th is Diane National Park. Her family says she had left 12 days earlier without food water. Or her phone. Now, one of the sergeants who found her says there are discrepancies in her story. You go off trail. It will be virtually impossible to find somebody unless they want to be found. Her family says The 38 year old woman may have suffered a mental breakdown and planned a spiritually journey while fasting inside that park. 9 48 32 degrees in Boston. That would normally be the story on the day before Halloween. But today, not only that, it's the snowfall, which will continue for several hours. It's going to remain cold for the rest of the day today, once the system moves on out of here, So what are you going to do with the extra hour this weekend? Well, chances are you'll be sleeping because that's gonna happen two o'clock in the morning on Sunday. It's the end of daylight saving time, and not a lot of people are happy about it. Details from CBS's Don Ford, Gwendolyn says, or dogs don't like the change screws up my dog's schedule. Yes. They are always off by an hour then because they have a scheduled throughout the day. When they go out when we feed him when we walk up, you're a master clock. Smith. What do you know? I'm pretty good at it. Tim Erickson owns Clockmaker Clock restoration shop in Nevado. He understands time. Like no other precision is the name of the game. I make more money because people screw up their clocks of daylight savings time. I don't know how you screw up the clocks that badly but nonetheless, here's a serious stats. Nationally, hospitals treat around 25% Mohr heart attack and stroke patients on the day after the time change, so it does take some getting used to To go out to eat this weekend. We might want to check the bill. It's not happening here. But restaurants in New York City and Los Angeles air, both considering adding 10% surcharge is to the bill under the line item Corona virus. Recovery charge. 2020 has dealt another bad blow. It's being called the worst shipwreck of the year. A least 140 migrants are dead after a vessel catches fire and capsizes on its way from Senegal to the Canary Islands. And classic toys have been making a comeback of late during Corona virus. Families and kids are dusting off board games, and they're taken another look at Tonka trucks, Hot Wheels and Plato as well. A cyber attack is hitting a network of hospitals in Vermont. These days. The hackers cause significant computer problems at six health facilities in the state. The FBI, not saying whether the attack on the U. V M Health network was by ransomware or not, but have warns the U. S health care system that Russian operatives are behind many of the ransomware attacks and most of the time. They're simply looking for money. Mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted in southern California damaged by ongoing wildfires. Thousands of southern Californians are returning home after wind fueled wildfires Forest almost 100,000 people to evacuate the strong scent. Ana winds have finally subsided, allowing firefighters toe work on mopping up and building the line overnight to control the Silverado fire now at 40% containment A fire burned more than 13,000 acres in Orange County. No homes were destroyed, but two firefighters are still in the hospital after suffering critical burns. Lily Luciano CBS NEWS Los Angeles.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 7 months ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the United States more than 90,000 Koven cases. In a 24 hour period. CBS News contributor Dr David Vegas is looking at the science behind these numbers. This is a convergence of several things, including colder weather, pushing people indoors where the virus spreads much for easily. Especially among families and the beginning of school where we're seeing cases spread child child across the country, and we're starting to see those numbers increase. Hospitals are being strained and much of the nation as well. Here in Massachusetts, it's the sixth day in a row that health experts have recorded more than 1000 new Corona virus cases in a single day. And we're getting close to a daily positive test result rate of about 7%. Also more than 120 cities and towns in Massachusetts have now been added to the state's red zone map at risk at high risk for the spread of Corona virus. A Florida man is turning himself in to police for his role in the crash that killed the father of New England. Patriots star running back James White. Daniel Chamblin is now charged with vehicular homicide, Reckless driving and speeding. He was police say, going close to 100 Miles an hour before that crash. He's expected to make his first court appearance this morning. White's mother also critically injured in the explosive crash a month ago, Patriots star telling reporters that she is now doing much better. New questions this morning in the case of a missing mother found alive after spending nearly two weeks, two weeks lost in Utah Zion National Park. Authorities say her story now is not adding up and they're launching a criminal investigation. Maura from ABC is Andrea Fujii, Washington County Sheriff's Office is now conducting a criminal investigation into Holly courtier who was found alive October 18th Zion National Park. Her family says she had left 12 days earlier without food, water or her phone. Now one of the sergeants who found her says there are discrepancies in her story. You go off trail. It will be virtually impossible to find somebody unless they want to be found. Family says The 38 year old woman may have suffered a mental breakdown and planned a spiritually journey while fasting. Inside the park. Restrictions and lockdowns have returned throughout much of Europe as Corona virus makes a vicious comeback oversees hundreds, in fact, are taking to the streets of Paris. They're protesting that governments knew Covad curfew rules. Calling the lock down measures for a month unfair. Some are having one final dinner before the new rules take effect like this guy and Bell. Just it's a suite in the sense that you just know it's the last one of the moment and then we don't really know when it's happening in case load is on a dramatic increase overseas, and now it's a mounting death told.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 7 months ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"National Park Authorities confirm that a 38 year old California mother has been found inside the park and she's been reunited with her family. The 38 year old Woodland Hills mother disappearing October 6th after taking a shuttle bus into the park for a solo hike through a canyon. Which he never returned days, passing with no signs of Cordy, a park visitor telling Rangers they'd seen her in the park search and rescue crews finally tracking her down now being treated at a local hospital back with her family, and in another rescue locally, the New Hampshire fishing game Department says that five hikers were helped off the Black Angel Trail Sunday after someone in the group called 900 won. The department says the hikers called after one member of the party began to feel possible hyper Syria. They were feeling quite cold, experiencing some symptoms. They were in the second day of a plan three day hike. They were trying to stay warm. But they were high up in the exposure at that higher elevation made them cold. No injuries reported there. Okay animal control officials and masu in our warning locals be on high alert. For a bobcat. The bobcat was spotted in the area of Copley Drive an old Homestead road again. This is Methuen. Of Bobcats, they say tend to be shy and avoid us. They do tend to eat animals, though while they avoid people they like mice, rabbits, squirrels and even Your cat. So if you want to keep them from coming by your property, keep your trash firmly covered on ly feed your pets inside the house. And Chicago police make it arrest They arrest a man who was using a climbing harness toe hang over the side of the trump tower in Chicago all through the night after 13 hours of negotiations, negotiator Hector Matteo says Sometimes when someone is looking at it from the outside, they think Wow, why does it take so long? But there's different tactics in our toolbox that we utilise. I think today we Probably.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Guys. When things of this nature happened, the man or woman in the White House tried to rally the nation to one center point for the best of the country, and we haven't heard that saying Louis Police report the death of four year veteran officer to Maris Behanan. He was fatally shot while responding to a shooting on the city's south side. A second officer shot on the leg has since been released. Suspect is in custody after a 12 hour standoff. Still no movement on another round of pandemic relief. The House passed a bill in excess of $3 Trillion with Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that could be paired back to 2.2 Trillion White House trying not to go past 1.3, trillion White House chief of staff Mark Meadows when she said 2.2, she said, Don't do anything at all chat. I said, What is the two point to represent? You know what her response was? I'm not going to tell you Let me fill in the blanks. That's not a proper negotiation. Meadows on NBC's Meet the Press National Park. Authorities in Zimbabwe are investigating the deaths of 11 elephants. The carcasses discovered in a forest in the western part of the country. Poachers have been ruled out the dead elephants still had their tusks. Blood testing may determine cause of death. Last month, Mohr than 275 elements. Elephants in neighboring Botswana died under similar circumstances. You're listening to ABC news. These are tough times for everyone, so dealing with your timeshare may not be your biggest concern would win this passes. Do you still want a lifetime of payments, peas and commitments for a time share you were misled into buying.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:28 min | 9 months ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"ABC News I'm Richard can to president is scheduled to visit Kenosha, Wisconsin in the coming week in the wake of the police shooting that may have taken Jacob Lakes ability to walk. Governor Tony Evers wants the president to reconsider the Democratic governor. You're sending a letter saying that he and other leaders are concerned by what Trump's presence could mean for Kenosha and the state, said he fears that a visit could hinder the community's healing that could take away from critical resource is used to keep people here safe, ABC serene shot What does Blake's uncle Justin, like? Want to hear from the president and Histories passed. When things of this nature happened. The man only woman in the White House tried to rally the nation to one center point for the best of the country, and we haven't heard that saying Louis Police report the death of four year veteran officer to Maris Behanan. He was fatally shot while responding to a shooting on the city's south side. A second officer shot on the leg has since been released. Suspect is in custody after a 12 hour standoff. Still no movement on another round of pandemic relief House passed a bill in excess of $3 Trillion with Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that could be paired back to 2.2. Trillion Whitehouse trying not to go past 1.3, trillion White House chief of staff Mark Meadows when she said 2.2, she said, Don't do anything at all. Chuck. I said, What is the two point to represent? You know what her response was? I'm not going to tell you let me fill in the blanks. That's not a proper negotiation. Meadows on NBC's Meet the Press. National Park. Authorities in Zimbabwe are investigating the deaths of 11 elephants. Carcasses discovered in a forest in the western part of the country. Poachers have been ruled out the dead elephants still had their tusks. Blood testing may determine cause of death last month Mohr than 275 elements. Elephants in neighboring Botswana died under similar circumstances. You're listening to ABC News Pace. He's pretty here for my friends. Anheuser Automotive Group I love working with Heizer have had that relationship for a couple of years now just picked up. I love this story. Brand new 2024 to Skip Had it before driven escaped. Probably 20 years ago. This one looks nothing like that some of the great things that Heidi was doing outside of just a great vehicles. You have less than perfect credit. You can still qualify for available 0% A p. R for 72 months in contact, either for the details. The escape is now eligible for the Ford promise between now and September Anheuser four with four. Promise you could buy or lease an.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thanks for spending time with us will come into Friday sign up for the Mike drop with this morning's Mike Gavin good morning how you know it's not easy to disappear in twenty twenty especially if you have a date with a jail cell West Virginia couple found that out the hard way after authorities say they think the woman's disappearance as part of a scheme to keep her out of having to go to prison Julie and Robbie Wheeler were arrested this week on multiple charges including conspiracy giving false information to West Virginia state police the family claimed Julia Wheeler had fallen from overlooking a national park authority search for we live for days bus found her Tuesday alive and well hiding in a closet in her home a criminal complaint said Rodney Wheeler and his son planted islands items at the grand view overlook to fake Julie's disappearance unclear whether the sun will face criminal charges wow how long do you think it took police to figure out that something fishy was going on yeah I've been a planted items yeah and end up in about ten seconds probably and then give first place they were going to look probably would be their house yeah right so the hiding place wasn't great either that really was not a great scheme from start to finish if I'm on the run I'm gone well yes I'll be around my home we've said this before oftentimes people are found hiding at their house after they see the scape from jail where the first place I go to go to their house is that the first place for police are going to go to look for you as well I I guess I I I wouldn't want to be around for people might recognize my face yes I go to at least the next town yeah and you can imagine too that you're thinking though police are like well you know we have to we have to go to the house right but we we to they're not gonna be at the house but we have to check that offer a list of places where they're going to be right and they wind up you know hiding in a closet in the got got saying Hey come look over here yeah there's some stuff by this overlook or she apparently fell the event to I. unbelievable and here's something we know Gordon deal will no doubt agree with never turned down an invite to go fishing a Tennessee man recently pulled in a one hundred three pound catfish on a fishing trip unfortunately he was forced to celebrate alone because none of his friends accepted his invitation according to a Facebook post by the Tennessee wildlife resources agency David Anderson went fishing late last Saturday and asked several friends to come with them but they all declined Henderson said he first took the fish around eleven forty five PM but it took them over an hour to bring the beast in one of his friends didn't turn out to be helpful bringing out a certified scale to help in what way the catch which was nine pounds short of the state record but still big enough for a heck of a fish tale out what was the heaviest fish that you ever caught that you know of that you ever caught probably three pounds okay yeah wild fish for catfish just a still small lakes here in New Jersey yeah yeah which yeah yet still don't have large vendor right were lowered I'm not capable of catching them one of one of the other right I mean this the fact that this guy was even the hope you're able to haul it in by yeah you know I'm what I'm doubt when I'm assuming was a pretty small boats you know all by itself and that he said the net you know bent in half our resources try to pull it out so a crazy wonder three pounds any brought in by himself catfish like or not fighter fish yeah like a bass is fun to catch is the fight of the jump out of the water and try to spit the hook up catfish that's the same as reeling up like a kettle bell if you found it on the bottom okay let me straight hold leads that way you so thank you Mike thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news it's the old saying time is money what's ironic is how much time I used to spend keeping track of where my money goes it can be really frustrating going from site to site and from account to account I was spending more time than I wanted trying to keep track of it but quick and makes it easy to take complete control of all your accounts from one comprehensive dashboard with over seventeen million users over the last thirty years they understand.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"No problem might drop with this morning's Mike Gavin good morning how you know it's not easy to disappear in twenty twenty especially if you have a date with a jail cell West Virginia couple found that out the hard way after authorities say they think the woman's disappearance as part of a scheme to keep her out of having to go to prison Julie and Randy Wheeler were arrested this week on multiple charges including conspiracy giving false information to West Virginia state police the family claimed Julia Wheeler had fallen from overlooking a national park authority search for we live for days bus found her Tuesday alive and well hiding in a closet in her home a criminal complaint said Rodney Wheeler and his son planted islands items at the grand view overlook to fake Julie's disappearance unclear whether the sun will face criminal charges wow how long do you think it took police to figure out that something fishy was going on yeah I've been appointed items yeah and end up in about ten seconds probably and then to get first place they were going to look probably would be their house yeah right so the hiding place wasn't great either that really was not a great scheme from start to finish if I'm on the run I'm gone well yes I'll be around my home we've said this before oftentimes people are found hiding at their house after they escaped the scape from jail where the first place I go to go to their house is that the first place for police are going to go to look for you as well I I guess I I I wouldn't want to be around for people might recognize my face yes I go to at least the next town yeah and you can imagine too that you're thinking that police are like well you know we have to we have to go to the house right but we went to there not gonna be at the house but we have to check that offer a list of places where they're going to be and they wound up you know hiding in a closet we got a guy saying Hey come look over here yeah there's some stuff by this overlook or she apparently fell the event to I. unbelievable and here's something we know Gordon deal will no doubt agree with never turned down an invite to go fishing a Tennessee man recently pulled in a one hundred three pound catfish on a fishing trip unfortunately he was forced to celebrate alone because none of his friends accepted his invitation according to a Facebook post by the Tennessee wildlife resources agency David Anderson went fishing late last Saturday and asked several friends to come with them but they all declined Anderson said he first took the fish around eleven forty five PM but it took them over an hour to bring the beast in one of his friends didn't turn out to be helpful bringing out a certified scale to help in what way the catch which was nine pounds short of the state record but still big enough for a heck of a fish tale with our what was the heaviest fish that you ever caught that you know of that you ever caught probably three pounds okay yeah wild fish for catfish just a still small lakes here in New Jersey yeah yeah which yeah yet still don't have large printer right were ordered I'm not capable of catching them one of one of the other right I mean just the fact that this guy was even the hope you're able to haul it in by yeah you know I'm what I'm doubt when I'm assuming was a pretty small boats you know all by itself and that he said the net you know bent in half our resources try to pull it out so crazy wonder three pounds and he brought in by himself catfish like or not fighter fish yeah like a bass is fun to catch because they fight of the jump out of the water and try to spit the hook up catfish that's the same as reeling up looks like a kettle bell if you found it on the bottom okay let me straight hold leave dead weight so thank you Mike thirteen minutes down from the hour on this morning America's first news it's the old saying time is money what's ironic is how much time I used to spend keeping track of where my money goes it can be really frustrating going from site to site and from account to account I was spending more time than I wanted trying to keep track of it but quick and makes it easy to take complete control of all your accounts from one comprehensive dashboard with over seventeen million users over the last thirty years they understand any situation whether you're planning for this month a few years out or preparing for retirement quicken helps you do it right monitor investments a credit accounts track and pay bills and.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It's time now for the Mike drop with this morning's Mike Gavin good morning how you know it's not easy to disappear in twenty twenty especially if you have a date with a jail cell West Virginia couple found that out the hard way after authorities say they think the woman's disappearance as part of a scheme to keep her out of having to go to prison Julie and Randy Wheeler were arrested this week on multiple charges including conspiracy giving false information to West Virginia state police the family claimed Julia Wheeler had fallen from over look at a national park authority search for we live for days bus found her Tuesday alive and well hiding in a closet in her home a criminal complaint said Rodney Wheeler and his son planted islands items at the grand view overlook to fake Julie's disappearance done clear whether the sun will face criminal charges wow how long do you think it took police to figure out that something fishy was going on yeah I mean I planted items yeah and end up in about ten seconds probably and then to get first place they were going to look probably would be their house yeah right so the hiding place wasn't great either that really was not a great scheme from start to finish if I'm on the run I'm gone well yes I'll be around my home we've said this before oftentimes people are found hiding at their house after they see the scape from jail where the first place they go to go to their house is that the first place for police are going to go to look for you as well I I guess I I I wouldn't want to be around for people might recognize my face yes I go to at least the next town yeah and you can imagine too that you're thinking though police are like well you know we have to we have to go to the house right but we we to they're not gonna be at the house but we have to check that offer a list of places where they're going to be and they wound up you know hiding in a closet and then you got guys saying Hey come look over here yeah there's some stuff by this overlooked when she apparently fell the event to I. unbelievable and here's something we know Gordon deal will no doubt agree with never turned down an invite to go fishing a Tennessee man recently pulled in a one hundred three pound catfish on a fishing trip unfortunately he was forced to celebrate alone because none of his friends accepted his invitation according to a Facebook post by the Tennessee wildlife resources agency David Anderson went fishing at late last Saturday and asked several friends to come with them but they all declined Henderson said he first took the fish around eleven forty five PM but it took them over an hour to bring the beast in one of his friends didn't turn out to be helpful bringing out a certified scale to help in what way the catch which was nine pounds short of the state record but still big enough for a heck of a fish tale with cal what was the heaviest fish that you ever caught that you know of that you ever caught probably three pounds okay yeah wild fish for catfish this is still small lakes here in New Jersey yeah yeah which yeah yet still don't have large vendor right were lowered I'm not capable of catching them one of one of the other right I mean this the fact that this guy was even the help you need with a holiday by yeah you know I'm what I'm doubt when I'm assuming was a pretty small boats you know all by itself and then he said the net you know bent in half our resources try to pull it out so crazy wonder three pounds and he brought in by himself catfish like or not fighter fish yeah like a bass is fun to catch is the fight of the jump out of the water and try to spit the hook up catfish that's the same as reeling up like a kettle bell if you found it on the bottom okay let me straight hold leave dead weight you so thank you Mike thirteen minutes down from the hour on this morning America's first news it's the old saying time is money what's ironic is how much time I used to spend keeping track of where my money goes it can be really frustrating going from site to site and from account to account I was spending more time than I wanted trying to keep track of it but quick and makes it easy to take complete control of all your accounts from one comprehensive dashboard with over seventeen million users over the last thirty years they understand.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Another legal to feed on immigration for the trump administration I'm Pam who sell fox news a presidential proclamation on asylum shot down in federal court fox's Garrett Tenney has more from el Paso Texas this specific policy said that you were only eligible to claim asylum if you come to the U. S. through legal port of entry like this one if you're caught crossing the border somewhere else you're not eligible the federal judge in this case said that come doesn't it conflicts with federal immigration law that says any alien can apply for asylum regardless of where they cross the border the White House is appealing the ruling last week a restraining order was issued against a new administration policy that would block migrants from claiming asylum if they pass through a third country before reaching the U. S. the victims of a California cliff collapse may not have known what hit them yesterday at a beach north of San Diego on massive bluff came crashing down the area that broke off was about twenty five by thirty feet about ten feet tall at its highest point we know no children were hurt but the collapse resulted in one woman being pronounced dead at the scene and two others eventually dying from their injuries after being transported to local hospitals reporter kasha Grigor check with fox five in San Diego lifeguards and emergency personnel frantically worked to clear piles of debris grand view beach is closed in northern California a tragic fall kills a tourist at Yosemite National Park authorities say the remaining and man slipped on a wet rocks near a waterfall he fell about twenty feet nine straight weekends of protest in Hong Kong pro.

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Explainer 174: Who wants to climb Uluru?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:01 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 174: Who wants to climb Uluru?

"If there is a thing to be climbed some people will want to climate as George Mallory said of Mount Everest because it's there it's pretty much the human condition and it is not altogether yeah the discreditable U._S.. President John F. Kennedy was correct in his famous Rice University speech nine hundred sixty two to cite malary's existential quip as an articulation of the impulse which fifty years ago this week marched Apollo eleven towards the mood we choose to go to the Moan and this decay and do the other things not because they are easy but because they are none of which means however there is never a case for discretion indeed mallory himself might have wished takes a sized more of it shortly before perishing on Everest's upper slopes in nineteen twenty four in Australia. Such choices are about to be removed from visitors to Ullah Rue the mighty scarlet sandstone lump that sits at Australia's earliest heart climbing larue is to be banned before now climbing larue has been mealy disapproved of the rock is sacred to its traditional landowners the non Ngu people of Australia's. Northern Territory signs at Larue and page on the website of the Laura Carta Tutor National Park have patiently explained why the unknown Goo would prefer that visitors admire the rock from a distance. This is sacred site so they ask us it is not merely Larousse spiritual significance in and of itself that climates trampling-upon as the anger see it. It's a burden upon them when misfortune befalls visited to their land and such events are not uncommon to climb uluru is to ascend something three hundred forty eight meters toll in daytime temperatures often exceeding forty degrees Celsius at least thirty seven people have died on larue hundreds hundreds have been injured all of which is to say nothing of the erosion of the rock by millions of boot souls and the damage done to the surrounding environment by the dropping of rubbish and the inevitable consequences of the lack of plumbing generally associated associated with prehistoric monoliths. Most visitors have taken the hint much as courteous travelers cover the heads before approaching the western ball in Jerusalem and dress with appropriate modesty for other places of worship. The lucado Juta National Park authorities had long said they'd pull the plug entirely when the proportion of visitors who climbed dropped below twenty percent by one recent count fewer than fifteen percent of visitors to hula route. Were climbing it case. You would think closed except that certain sections of Australian public life increasingly displayed depressing tendencies towards the American habit of turning running every damn thing into a melodramatic new front in the culture war a conflict waged in Australia as in the U._S.. More or less exclusively in the imaginations of a few noisy and tedious crackpots and Yahoos onto this battlefield has stepped inevitably federal senator and indefatigable nitwits Pauline Hanson. I can't say the cultural sensitivity when people have been climbing the rock always use now I just doc. I don't get it in Senator Hanson's decades in politics. She has never seen stick. She was unable to grasp the wrong end of and her claim that closing Oulu Ruta climates is akin to closing Bondi beach. Two swimmers is an exercise in missing using the point formidable even by her rarefied standards Hanson's argument only merits consideration at all to the extent did it will as she is. Well aware turn a non issue into an issue which is the only thing thinks she's ever been good at one of Hanson's fellow Senators Mall Andy McCarthy a young woman from Baramula in the Northern Territory has sportingly offered to take Hanson to Larue and explain its significance but she should spare herself the company. In the trip we need to have constructive debate in this country very well informed bite and unto Senator Hanson gets the information in particular from the people these <hes> in the information that she's providing across crossed the country's nothing short of scanning really Hansson like populist rabble-rousers and their roused rebels elsewhere has no interest in being persuaded or indeed in persuading it's all about the drama and the noise and the rage of all the things in this world and in this life that one could choose to get round up about it is the custodians of natural wonder and national treasure taking action to protect it as he's there right and ending deed their responsibility. Nobody will be prevented from observing larue and marveling at it. Everybody will however be enjoined to respect it. boola ru will close to climates on October twenty six thirty four years to the day after it was returned to its traditional owners who endured along with dispossession and boorish climates more than a century of this sacred site being called as rock as it was dubbed in Nineteen seventy-three by the survey William Goss who named after meet of his depressingly a surge has been reported visitors to Larue apparently anxious to do what is mealy. Ill mannered before it becomes actually illegal. It would obviously be terrible.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A wildfire near yosemite national park authorities say brandon varney was driving a bulldozer and trying to prevent the fire from spreading the twelve boys in their coach rescued from a flooded cave in thailand will be watching the world cup final on sunday but a hospital spokesman said due to the time difference they'll be watching a recording of it later i'm barbara kusak now those bloomberg sports update in cleveland the yankees handle the indians five to four dd gregorious hit a three run homer and greg bird added a solo home run as the bronx bombers moved to thirty games over the five hundred mark austin role mine doubled with the game tied in the seven came around to score on the play when the indians made a pair of errors david robertson want seventh aroldis chapman saved his twentysixth in the loss homerun number twenty nine for jose ramirez for the first time since april twenty nine zack wheeler won a game as the mets scored seven runs in a contest with first time at over two weeks seven four the final over the nationals wheeler was very good through seven seven and two thirds all told leaving apper matt adams two run homer with two outs in the eighth wilmer flores jose riots and kevin pollak y'all at a pair of hits while michael conforto delivered his eleven th home run a fifth inning three run black pitch to hip two strikes tried to stay short and put a good swing on it not trying to do too much and it's funny how that ends up turning into a home run so try to try and do more of that save number seventeen for jerry's familiar two years ago she was the runner up at a wimbledon now angelique kerber is turn the tides by beating serena williams six three six three in joe sixty five minutes to deny serena twenty four th career grand slam title curb aransas championship to the australian and us open title she won back in two thousand sixteen i think it's it's just amazing i cannot describe this feeling because when i was a kid i was always dreaming for this moment than to win women it's something really special in my career the men's semifinals finally concluded as on day two of their match novak djokovic outlasted rafael six four three six seven six three six ten eight to move on to be kevin anderson today for the championship and why cfc will the two nothing victory over columbus in harrison the red bulls knocked off sporting kansas city three two with a bloomberg sports update i'm frank garrity i'm barry ritholtz you're listening to masters in business on bloomberg radio my special guest today is david butler.

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White House: Trump-Putin summit 'is on' after hacking indictment

Red Eye Radio

01:05 min | 3 years ago

White House: Trump-Putin summit 'is on' after hacking indictment

"President trump's summit with russia's president on monday comes on the heels of a new indictment of a dozen russians in the two thousand sixteen election meddling investigation correspondent abbie philip says it remains to be seen how trump addresses this with flat beer putin a lot of republicans and outside observers folks in the intelligence community warning that russia is likely to do this again and that president trump needs to confront putin directly we know however that in the past the president has said he's not going to continue to harangue putin about this because putin keeps denying it the firefighter was killed while battling a wildfire near yosemite national park authorities say brayden varney was driving a bulldozer and trying to prevent the fire from spreading the twelve boys in their coach rescued from a flooded cave and thailand will be watching the world cup final on sunday but a hospital spokesman said due to the time difference they'll be watching a recording of it later i'm barbara kusak spring showers bring more than flowers they also bring.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"This week we're discussing england's national parks and i'm here under a beautiful sunny sky on x more now this is a fantastically piece spot we've got people wandering up and down the river just at the moment fishing throwing balls for dogs and even bravely i would say dangling their feet into the role of the cold water some illegal activities though can shatter the peace and quiet and leave quite a damaging imprint dartmoor national park has just brought a successful prosecution for illegal rating it's i in twenty five years the park authority hopes that this will deter other people from driving four by fours on land without permission we'll sarah spin out on top with community and landmanagement ranger rogue stevenson we're at phone horrocks which is just above where to come in the mall and i'm just taking spot here where you can see particularly over the winter we've had people in four by fours climbing up and challenging themselves on this slow pair making quite a lot of damage but the illegal act is obviously driving vehicle off road and you're not allowed to do that on anybody else's property initially got permission up here that doesn't have all the land belongs to somebody and obviously landowners don't get permission for it to be damaged like this the right here your standing down in the rut slightly towering over here which goes to show how deep that russia's it must be a good foot arbed size yes looking good foot eight inches deeper as soon as we gotta have a storm all this will wash out back down there again so some work will need to be done here to repair it and you know like a big bowl put in the bottom or something to stop further misuse of this area and it's not just here is a couple of other sites here in around it so much like a circuit going round people get them and just think we're going for a drive on demo now we'll see the point we're getting over his actually enjoy your four wheel drive enjoy legally and safe in the correct spots we're not saying you can't come here saying if you do come here use it in the correct errors and where can you legally go while there was a full by called basically they're green lanes or byways open for traffic and their own if you look on your map in the legend it'll tell you and show you where they are tell me a bit about the prosecution that dot more national park four because that's a fairly extrordinary step unfortunately the guy went straight past me and i thought right to see where they're going and they went down the track beyond a very obvious sawing that says no vehicles beyond this point road traffic act but at the end of that track they'd undecided to go off and spin around on the more on green grass basically and damaged the landscape and that was at the point that i actually challenged them he pleaded guilty what was the the penalty would have been a three hundred pound foreign got reduced for two hundred pound for pleading guilty then there was also a five hundred and fifty pound costs and there was a thirty pound victim surcharge offroad enthusiasts sometimes feel that they are unfairly targeted the the majority of them are behaving responsibly and using the rights of way that they should use but they feel victimized what would you say that i understand where they're coming from and certainly let's face way when i first brought this to the attention of of the press and then the past one of the first people who hold of me was the secretary from the green leaning club and he said that's atrocious we really wanna work with you to help you resolve the problem so they are as keen as anybody else to make sure that their hobby recreation but shoot isn't taught in the same brush with people coming up and doing it illegally and an are generally misbehaving ropes steams on dartmoor we're on this morning and we've just wanted a little bit further away from london bridge hair actually come across the remains of somebody's barbecue which they've just tipped out the colts onto the grass hair will with me robin milton chairman of the national park authority had a bit of an intake of breath robin when you saw that i did especially in light of what's happened recently with the numbers of wildfires everywhere that are taking all subtle with more of worth more that's the big one there are the ones in.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The things that you see around the site of that to reduce that so fencing heiress acoustic fencing funding around the site but we've you've got temporary generators you'll see those are sounding case doctors and then again we've got additional wooden cladding around them to reduce the noise so dig as much as we can to stop that happening does anyone main road into and out of whitby and this is peak season visitors so weekends the mining hdv's unlimited and a total of sixty three return journeys are allowed per weekday contract who'd stick to the approved route have been let go less than a dozen complaints have been made to the north york moors national park authority it created several new post monitor this major project and enforce the planning conditions briny folks is leading that work all in all it's gone much more smoothly than people expected the number of complaints has been low the the development progressed in a way that has been almost under the radar if you like and where we have had issues for example around sign age that's been changed quickly with soon as it's been identified as an issue serious have been quick to address it when we've raised at the reviews with them for example with transport again they've been quick to address it and so you know our working relationship is really strong and i think that's helps to to ensure that the development and the construction is running smoothly do you think this will set a precedent for allowing other major developments within national parks i mean that's an interesting question applications aren't really based on what's happened before they're they're taken on an individual case by case basis the lessons that we learn from this development certainly in how the development progresses through the construction phase into operation and how the impacts are compensated for there's an opportunity to learn lessons from you know how to do a major development well in a protected landscape from north yorkshire we've come back down to leonard bridge here on x more now in the short time we've been here are call has been joined by five others we've got dogs chasing balls we've got kids paddling in the river look to people like to come lots of people like to jump in cold war present company excepted how much of attention is that for you in living farming working what we've got is really special so in some ways it's great to share it and actually being so nice and tight hater this is next robin says i found the other side of the more famous south west coast path comes right through the fob half to say the number of people from all over the road i've met in china to on that coast path and if someone stops me and say what people say well off play by paul and this is a little girl just coming down to the river here with her net in hand just going to do some fishing and this is a sort of minor honeypot i suppose it hasn't got a brand tourist signed to get here but it does tend to be places like that that people congregate yeah the road is beautiful spot we'll probably find the locals a mile upstream in hidden poll something a little bit special the locals know about what is sort of warmer safer ourselves well it was it was you didn't hear it from us let's head north now to the lake district national park they get eighteen million people visiting every year and of course many coat to walk the fells and some popular roots are becoming eroded as a result fixed the fouls is a partnership of the five major conservation bodies and it is fixing the fells or at least the paths pretty straightforward you might think some people are concerned that this work is leading to a creeping suburbanization cast grams been finding out more we're going this one now aren't we the knob scour and then we're going to go ahead and pike and of course the grass mayor it's a nip perfect morning in the cumbrian fells and the walkers as you'd expect are out in force to take in this fantastic landscape yes yeah i'm with rich folks from fix the fouls at the start of the fairfield horseshoe what's called a stone pitched path that was built twenty years ago to.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Of what's british worldclass landscapes or fifteen national parks to be there for the nation for the future and yet you also have to have them as living vibrant working places is the always a tension between those two aims the beautiful landscapes off fifteen national parks that they are living landscapes they've been created by the land managers by the farmers and they've created that distinct character that we see today mean it's how we continue to work with those lower margin the farmers and recognize the sheaf public benefit offer there are tensions and often in my job see tensions between different interests and i think in our work we've got clear purpose to conserve enhance put also sort of party not enjoyment and sometimes we can fill out were caught between a rock and a hard place and the work that we do is sort of convening low to ensure we you all the information and knowledge we've got to take that burlington recent approach now you're under review at the moment michael grove promised that it went we cannot undermine national parks and he says it's not about the geographic scope what is this review about this great moment in time to pause and think about our future we were born of the people here were passionate innovative courageous and compassionate and for me this review is about high we can maintain that passion keep the detail finding little things how we have accomplished to expand our connections represent the diversity of the nation reach out to those cities but we also have a compassion for those communities that are connected to the special place in sarah fowler chief executive of the peak district national park we're next month this morning and we've moved a little bit to be more on the more we're sharing the space actually with a herd of cattle who amazing around this morning in the sunshine with me are ruben milton who's chairman of exmoor national park authority and dave night chairman of the x more hill farming network now ex more national parks working on a new local scheme the idea is to reward farmers for looking after this landscape x moore's ambition if called it we have well it was looking at post brexit scenario as to what happens there is a huge amount of money comes into the local economy via the schemes on x more so by schemes what you mean it's the basic payment scheme and the environments games so this is all money currently under the common agricultural policy that's right so we've worked with the hill farm network it's the farmers should have put the skating together and brought this game and we've actually facilitated with them to pull something together that we think will work for x more how would it differ from what happens at the minute the current schemes at the monaro prescription based given a list of what to do how exactly to do it when exactly today and that's how doesn't wherever the outcome will happen and it seems to be unimportant what we're saying the expedition is what's important is you achieve at the end what you set out today but the actual means of getting to where you go is down to the farmer so give me an example then what would you be expecting to be paid for and how would you previewed done it maybe we look at the heaven molin and say right we want to increase that area by percent year to year is actually looking at it and saying all we see an increase in species order increase in area and that surely in mechanisms are we can measure that on different parts of the more people might do differently rather than reading from one prescription she as we currently average covers every more across every part of the country and rubin who would inspect who comes along and decides that is instrumental within the development of this is the one bit of has been lost is that the.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"Natural wonders that pule sort of wilderness that you can get involved in i think three times but only to the south island i've never been to the north on okay so you did a really wild bits in the sound beautiful style but you've got all the car metals and everything in the north right yeah but i've just i've always gone in uinta and you just skiing yeah you go to experience it stunning anyway so because of this boom the government hayes prime minister by the way i was just giving birth to a baby girl it's nice not sure she's going to manage that andronico entry serious come on he's the my six this thing of any on site okay well i apologize but surely you've got enough in the first couple of weeks what are so woman has a baby count work i can't do no no no but she's going to be pretty full on nene's you gave me can we read you say should backtrack even you've got an any man i apologize thank you anyway accepted or anybody there's been lots of complaints that the the beautiful hiking tracks being iva crowded this little lift around as well come on take it with you people so they got to build more of these facilities and some environmental protection stuff stuff but this means international arrivals we'll be paying for it roughly twenty five us dollas for a tourist techs every time i ended up from made twenty nine the astray liens the most common visit a the most most more strenuous than any other nation now that you've got that and of course south some south pacific on the nation's they're exempt but everybody else's stumping up twenty five bucks what do you think do you think that's okay as the government says it's unfair that they pay a little bit their fair share all other already bringing in millions and millions of dollars which is moaning on of a facial putting its hacks on protecting the environment it says something doesn't it when i visit newzealand i'm an international visit i would expect to pay this twenty five dollars you'll happy we paying an extra twenty if it protects the tracks and it protects you know picks up the leader and does let stuff eps lutely would you on monday i try but i mean i'm just wondering you know you know the counterargument ease that people go and they tight lots of money in and contribute millions the economy anyway so why do we have to bunk an extra tax on tokyo crazy government i'll argument you can argument you've already got the money that's another twenty five bucks going to want to you fair enough okay well what are your thoughts gives us an email podcasts at will die meds dot com a volcano on the gun because almond in ecuador has ruptured spewing lava into the waterfall of spew pool on anyway so it spewed lover into the as well as gas and smoke being thrown three kilometres into the the volcano on the island of financial dina which is not the inhabited islands is an uninhabited on andy's being going off a little bit since about two thousand and nine but this is a really big eruption the biggest national park authorities says has no plans to go evacuate animals from the island okay but wins have carried the volcanic ash waste as far as guam in western pacific does he go okay bangkok's tours police have rounded up more than one hundred people in one of the biggest operations targeting tourists scammers police hit the busy tourist sites around the grand palace which notorious for the these crooks a racing bunch of tabs vendors to kentucky driver's for allegedly has lain tours report side they're reacted to a recent surge in complaints from tourists ivory being lewd to over process shops will bite the switch tactics river cruise trips perpetrated by took to drive is which way will now about stricter rules about what can be carried on board usfl lots with tsa bending powders greater than twelve ounces that's about three hundred.

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"national parks authority" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"national parks authority" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"David just horrible important warning about digging holes on the beach lindsay thank you when we come back here tonight the new health headline this evening about how much sleep to actually lose weight also the severe weather at this hour falling and lightning strikes now reported at least three people hit back hey this is dan harris and when tell you about my podcast called 10 percent happy and listen every wednesday for new guests and new perspective some of these are people you know celebrities athletes executives a some of them are more obscure people that i'm obsessed with that i think you might be obsessed with once you give them a listen and you can hear about how they're using meditation fed up their game in all these interesting areas of life again the podcast fell ten percent happier you can find it on apple podcast or wherever you're listening right now and subscribe today to the index enter dangerous weather tonight three contract workers struck by lightning in indianapolis recovering at the hospital police officer performing cpr on one victim until paramedics could arrive flash flooding in miami beach streets underwater tonight afternoon thunderstorm stumping up to six inches of rain and the extreme heat and fire threatened the west were following tonight forty eight major fires burning at this hour or whether team telling us tripledigit temperatures and record highs could be set in parts of the pacific northwest moral the desperate search for a young couple in california tonight rachel win and joseph or bessho disappeared friday while hiking in josh which we national park authorities are now concerned about them trying to survive in triple digit heat rescuers and volunteers battling hot temperatures and rugged terrain authorities were covering the vehicle europarc entrance the new health headline about sleep and your weight tonight a new study finding people who average only six hours of sleep a night tend to be heavier than those sleeping nine hours their waist size also a more than an inch larger on average.

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