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"nevada las vegas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Then secretary chairman of joint chiefs and Attorney General William Barr pushed back against that chucks Iverson ABC news ready for the latest traffic and weather together just I look at the traffic cameras the Sunday night no major delays or accidents on the freeway side streets they're looking good as well welcome ladies forecasts from the advanced dentistry weather center from social distancing in pre screening patients to appropriate PP our focus remains on safety learn more at no fear dentist dot com slash patient safety sixty degrees with mostly clear skies and Monday we'll see a high of eighty five mostly sunny drop it down to sixty five degrees for that low end for Tuesday we'll see the rain moving back into the picture for as from your severe weather station online first warning forecaster rated Richard news radio seven hundred WLW radar is clear temperatures hanging in there as well seventy five degrees the death toll from the corona virus pandemic in the U. S. hovering around one hundred and ten thousand twenty states in Porter Rico report increases in new cases of covert nineteen including Nevada Las Vegas casinos welcome guests for the first weekend back since March with new safety measures like temperature checks and hand washing stations I love the city it's been so good to me and I will support it forever in neighboring Arizona cases are spiking and the state's largest hospital system says it's.
13-year-old graduates college with 4 associate's degrees
"Futterman teenage boys celebrating his graduation in style after becoming the youngest student to ever graduate from Fullerton college in California it was set up in the front yard of Jack Rico's Holman liberate a California we're proud friends and family were cheering on his accomplishment from their car so unlike most peers age Rico was not celebrating the end of his middle school career he finished with four associates degrees last weekend at just thirteen years old he credits his success to hard work never just know everything you have to study day and night they'll next enter the university of Nevada Las Vegas to possibly study screenwriting want to go out for dinner scenes all right you wanna pick up Michael down the way you know I got to be
13-year-old graduates college with 4 associate's degrees
"The southern California boy something none of his other friends house for college degrees your four cultures corresponded Danya Bacchus introduces us to Jack Rico a thirteen year old boy orders for the Celsius degree this weekend by the way says is just getting started the young graduates received diplomas from Fullerton college in his front yard thank you all so much for coming in family can gradually to time with the drive by paraded his home in la mirada California is just full of knowledge now it's on to the university of Nevada Las Vegas to possibly study for a career in screen writing someone to go out for dinner Steven Spielberg all right you want to pick up Michael bay on the way you know like I would be pretty cool and as you can imagine Jack's parents are very proud of his heart is bigger than its
Coronavirus testing site at University of Nevada, Las Vegas to accept children, walk-ups
"The drive through testing operation at the Orleans hotel wrapped up this afternoon they are moving to you know these Tropicana Avenue parking garage there is now an emphasis on test for everyone including children now they will open up for testing tomorrow morning at eight o'clock at the garage which is next to the Thomas and Max and again on the Tropicana side testing expanding across the state in the you know the site will have two new features to the public one of course as I just mentioned children of all ages can now be tested at the euro VI Tropicana site with parental consent also a walk up testing area will be put together to take care of people who walk up and those who also arrive by bicycle or motorcycles currently drive through testing is available to patients in enclosed vehicles only the testing site will be open to everybody whether you have symptoms of the corona virus or not there are no out of pocket costs hours of operation six days a week Monday through Saturdays eight to four appointments are required though you do have to go to the home page of the U. of C. websites that is U. M. C. S. N. dot
Do You Have an Inner Monologue?
"Have you ever thought about how you think do you? For example tell yourself don't forget to take out the trash then hours later when you hear the garbage truck rolling by think how could I have forgotten that? Is there a constant talking to sell throughout the day? Going on in your head. A lot of people do use language based chatter to organize and focus their thoughts however it turns out that some people don't have this kind of inner monologue at all instead they may rely more on visualization for instance seeing themselves placing the trash bag in the been others employ a combination of these techniques people on both sides of this inner monologue. Divide have a hard time imagining another way of being to the point that it sort of freaked ever went out back in February when the concept was passing around the Internet we spoke with one wrestle. Hurlbert a psychology professor at the University of Nevada. Las Vegas for decades. He's been doing experiments. On People's inner experiences their thoughts feelings and sensations regarding the online kerfuffle over inner speech haves and have nots. He chuckled a bit and said he frequently. Here's people claim that they have an ever present inner monologue but his experiments show that this is not always true but rather than argue with them he says. Well let's find out. His tests began long ago as a graduate student. In the early nineteen seventies. He began wondering how scientists could investigate. Subjects Pristine inner experiences experiences that are in your present consciousness before your brain has tried to make sense of them or assigned them some sort of interpretation. Herbert explained the object of my research is not to explore inner speech or inner monologue. Or whatever you want to call it but to explore your experience as it actually is. He thought that an alarm of some kind might work but back. Then there were no cell phones or pagers so Hurlbert who has an engineering background designed and patented device that beeped at random intervals. Each time the beeper went off. He asked subjects to make notes about their experiences in the moment as students. What about their days? These beepers off at random times. They were instructed to try to clarify what was happening in their minds at that instant the beepers went off only a few times. This was intentional. So that the research subjects would forget that they had them and thus not contaminate their thinking processes with thoughts about the experiment later. Researchers asked students questions to better understand how the students were thinking. When the beeper sounded or they visualizing something experiencing a tactile sensation feeling emotion. This line of inquiry is called descriptive sampling or D. S. Hurlbert sad one key takeaway was that quote. Can't expect a good answer on the first day? Essentially it takes a day or two of training before people find ways to focus on and express what they're experiencing in a given moment in his research. He found most subjects struggled particularly the way. They were talking to themselves when he asked them. For these specific words or sentences many came up blank. He said and in the course of doing that you and I together. I guess you would say we decide. Well I thought I had inner speech but I really don't. His study showed that subjects talked to themselves in Ridley about twenty six percent of the time they were sampled but that many never experienced in her speech while others had up to seventy five percent of the time. The median percentage of time that subjects were sampled experiencing. Inner speech was just twenty percent. Hurlbert has worked with other researchers to use DAS questioning while subjects were inside. Mri Scanners and a twenty eighteen study of to be fair just five subjects. The scanner show that the area of the brain associated with certain topics lit up when subjects said they were thinking about those things. Providing a physical link. The abstractions thoughts still scientists are grappling with a lot of uncertainty. What causes an inner monologue? To begin with some research shows that people often use more inner verbal ization when they're under pressure perhaps they're rehearsing answers to job interview questions or maybe they're trying to focus on competitive task like athletics. Among people who do report in our monologue they tend to perceive those voices as their own. That self talk generally has familiar pace and tone although the exact voice might change depending on whether the current scenario is happy scary or relaxed. Sometimes they might use whole sentences other times they might rely on condensed wordplay that would be meaningless to anyone else but what causes in her speech. Mark Scott a researcher at the University of British Columbia. Found that there's a brain signal called corollary discharge that helps us distinguish between sensory experiences. We create internally versus those from outside Stimuli and the signal plays a big role in internal speech it also plays a role in. How are auditory systems process speech? You see when we speak. There's an internal copy of the sound of our voice that's generated at the same time as our speaking voice as for the online debate regarding inner monologue. Hurlbert understands that online commenters have taken strong positions on the matter. Some people simply can't imagine not having an inner voice others are taken aback by the idea of constant internal chatter. He said half of those people are probably right and half of them are not right about their own. Inner monologue characteristics the main conclusions. Are I think the people don't know what's in their own experience? And he said level of confidence is not a good predictor of whether someone has an active in her monologue but could more accurate measures of our thoughts. Be on the way. An ongoing project called Alter Ego at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has successfully demonstrated that a head mounted gadget can read. People's thoughts device interpret subtle neuro muscular signals. The people make when they internally verbalize certain phrases or words although it still prototype it's been demonstrated to be capable of accuracy of more than ninety percents.
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"We've all suspected people who drive fancy cars are more likely to be jerks researchers at the university of Nevada Las Vegas decided to test the theory that respect for pedestrians goes down when the price of your vehicle goes up people who drive the license of cars or who are in a wealthier income bracket they tend to be more entitled report at I need to hurry up and get to work more so than people who drive buses cars that's researcher Jennifer far she worked on the study she says the study found that the likelihood of drivers of expensive cars slowing down for a pedestrian decreased by three percent for every extra one thousand dollars their vehicle was worth put simply the research found the drivers of flashy vehicles tend to be bigger jerks Chris Stevens can extend seventy newsradio Idaho's moved a step closer to banning transgender women from competing in women's sports despite warnings that such a law would be unconstitutional measure overwhelmingly passed the Republican led state house of representatives it says a girls' or women's T. would not be open to a student who was born male even if they identify as female backers say the law is needed because athletes who are born male have physical advantages over females but opponents say it discriminates against transgender girls and women skateboarding has had its critics over the decades with some people calling a nuisance but a new study from USC find skateboarding has a positive impact on teens and young adults lead study authors only Corwin tells can exit improves mental health and provides a community for young people to interact with each other right around the age of thirteen and fourteen a lot of young people especially boys drop out of team sports because they don't find them finds that they've lost an outlet to kind of connect with friends goof around be active she says it also teaches young people but failure and persistence as they try and try again the complete can complete those tricks the Tony hawk foundation actually funded the study some people might say there are already too many college football bowl games but LA is getting a new one the L. able that's what is called the L. able be played for the first time this December so fi stadium in Inglewood and of course is the new home of the rams and the Chargers game will feature teams from the mountain west and Pacific twelve conference coming up in five minutes to do coronavirus milestone in the U. S. the first possible case modeling to foreign travel and it's here in California that coming up at the top of the hour from right now is four fifty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five years list option but I think tipsters for checking in but first let's go out to the Acton area this is on the fourteen north of pear blossom highway a five vehicle crash one on a side blocking all lanes and that's really causing some slowing coming out of that interchange there the pear blossom highway fourteen south as well as being affected there so just be aware of that as you're coming down might want to take a few extra minutes because it is a multi vehicle crash and one of think a tipster from Monterey park ten west past the seven ten I'm seeing some slowing this is right around to between a landing in Fremont police activity working over there and now this slide over to rose meanwhile I'm seeing there's a couple things going on the sixty east at Rosemead Boulevard a car crashed into the Caltrans enclosure their lanes they say have been re opened but I'm seeing a solid backup from rose me back to us saying Gabriel Boulevard then we have our old friend there on the sixty west the three left lanes are closed between the six so five to rose made and that stacking up the mid to workman mill road Seventh Avenue on the other side of the six oh five then down the six oh five in Topeka Rivera Santa Fe springs one of the another caller for checking in six oh five south the telegraph road all lanes are stop there a car smash smacked into the center divider now is facing the wrong way in the carpool lane Sigler still working and because I'm on the five south Paxton street off an on ramp closed until five PM for a brush fire along the right shoulder that's out but Ellie fire still on the scene Bloomington ten east of cedar Avenue car hit some furniture and lanes and announce kindling that supports coming up at five oh five I'm least hours more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio highs in the seventies and eighties today right now in van Nuys it's fifty four Burbank at fifty two at four fifty seven it can extend seventy new spring styles are here at hold maybe get there today for up to fifty percent off tops pants and jeans for the family top started just eight Bucks that's right just eight dollars per.
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on I Do Podcast
"People are really gonna feel set free and other people who have been very invested in that oversimplification are going to feel. And pushed back, but that's the way progress goes. So I've been that research really exciting as well as the research about minority. The important thing is to be having this conversation to have the science enhance the research is being done, and then have people like yourselves making it more accessible to the public writing your book, and then we love just being able to talk to you, not only for our own relationship, but, you know, for listeners, we actually had Sarah on the show, a couple episodes ago publish. Yeah. And like you said, it's not just about female sexuality, but there's a lot of misconceptions about men sexuality in. Like to stay chase. When we this represent the male sexuality were not just profiling stereotyping women were profiling stereotyping men. So when we miss misrepresent female sexuality were misrepresenting sexuality across the board in nobody benefits from it. So I'm glad you guys are getting the word out. And I'm glad Sarah is one of the things that she talks that is the many reasons that men don't wanna have sex, and people might say, oh, yeah, maybe because they're feeling sick. Yes. That's one of the reasons men sometimes don't wanna have sex. But sometimes they don't wanna have don't feel connected to their partner just had an argument or they're feeling with their partner or feeling in secure Zukile, as you know, from talking to Sarah, she really gets into sort of quantify. Being in an qualifying what it is that goes in to men experiencing sometimes lower desire, when we tell them in women that nobody's gonna feel like ooh, it's so weird that I want six more or less than my partner does. I think in other big intervention, if he made and I consider it the final frontier is, we really have to make a strong intervention into this assumption that monogamy is easier for women. I looked at many, many studies berry berry, well, designed longitudinal studies and what you see in them overrun over again, whether it's Marta Miana's were with women at the university of Nevada Las Vegas where she talks to women who experience, low desire in their marriages in our distress by a, whether it's a well, designed study of over two thousand. Finnish women by amic guns..
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"What bringing back to that country, the anticipated rates had targeted more than two thousand people across ten major US cities drawing mixed reactions from leaders across the United States, Tom Hanson. And this is Michael Kagan director of the immigration clinic at the university of Nevada Las Vegas rotten ramped up enforcement that people were very integrated in American communities. And that would be quite different than really might affect many Americans in their way that things go on the border. Don't he spoke with the BBC earlier? Mr. Trump also did a major reversal overseas, scrubbing, a retaliatory mission against Iran, that he first authorized after Iran, destroyed an unmanned spy plane then unauthorized now he promises. More economic sanctions against Iran says military moves are not off the table because he will not let Iran develop a nuclear bomb Nile, Stanage is White House columnist for the hill compass. Oh enhanced. Unpredictable, obviously his language about around up tonight has been quite belligerent, but that belligerence hasn't been reflected, indeed. She pulled back from that attack the make great again rather unexpected slogan when you have that level of unpredictability, it's very difficult to work out where things are headed lots of democratic politics. Lots of would be democratic presidential candidates this weekend. Crystalline Columbia, South Carolina, delegates at the Planned Parenthood abortion for liked what they heard from the democratic presidential hopefuls think they've done a great job. A lot of different energy levels when they came out been very impressed with all of the speakers in their commitment. These candidates all wonderful. It's going to be very hard for me to make a choice. Many say yes, abortion, will be a key twenty twenty campaign issue. Jim pursued a CBS news, Columbia, South Carolina Horta of northern California had the ground shaking tonight, US Geological Survey reporting, a five point six quake, south southwest of a community of petroleum in Humboldt county, two hundred and fifty miles north.
How Common Is Postpartum Depression in Dads?
"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here for some time. Researchers and mental health experts have known the postpartum depression is not something solely experienced by new mothers new fathers to make spurious depression. We spoke with Brandon Eddie an assistant professor in the couple and family therapy program at the university of Nevada Las Vegas. He learned a little about postpartum, depression when his wife experienced it after the couple's first child and a studied how postpartum depression affects men to he wrote about it for a paper in the ury twenty nineteen edition of the journal of family issues. It's titled forgotten fathers postpartum depression in men. Already at ease hearing for many who applaud his efforts to force this illness more into the open Eddie said, I had a former co worker who read it and sent me a message. He said, I really appreciated your study. I could really relate with it. He said everyone asks how's your wife? How's the baby? And it ends there. I desperately want someone to ask. How are you doing? Many parents of new babies go through the baby blues mood swings anxiety. Trouble sleeping, and general sadness are all symptoms. But when those moods become more intense and last longer when overpowering fatigue sets in when a parent has problems bonding with a newborn or has that's suicide or if harming the baby those are all signs, the postpartum depression has set in postpartum depression can be especially difficult for men because of a widely held belief that it's a woman only illness much of the available information on postpartum depression is still aimed exclusively toward women. Even the National Institute for mental health defines the condition as quote a mood disorder that can affect women after childbirth yet, a twenty ten study shows that somewhere around ten percent of dads and twenty five percent in the three to six month period after birth experience postpartum depression, at ease research sites, another study that says that between twenty four and fifty percent of men whose partners have postpartum depression, also experience it, and of course as. Any serious depression? It can impact all aspects of men's lives their work, friendships and relationship with their partner and children. With the stigma that surrounds paternal postpartum, depression, the idea that it's for women only men don't get it. You didn't carry a baby for nine months? Just suck it up and be strong. Finding men willing to talk openly about their depression was not going to be easy. So any in his fellow? Researchers went to a source where anonymity rules and fathers felt free to speak their mind the internet after conducting searches for phrases like depression in new fathers, Eddie and his co authors, scoured chat, boards, blogs and other. Forums like read it to pull information from twenty-seven, new dads. Eddie said no one knows who they are. So there's not the same sense of shame. It's not like all eyeballs are upon you. So sometimes that makes it a lot easier to share their experiences. These people were in a safe place where they were able to express themselves. Eddie's research uncovered six main themes from those online comments first fathers need education, it became clear that although they may not have known what to call it. Many of the commenters were living with paternal postpartum depression. The second men experiencing because part of depression were anxious about adhering to gender expectations. One commenter said I wanted to cry and give up being a father. But I was afraid to acknowledge those thoughts and feelings and myself, it wasn't becoming of a man and father to feel those things third the fathers were repressing their feelings. For example, one said she's with the kids all day every day, and I'm home to help for six hours and can't handle it. Forth. The men felt overwhelmed. One said, I have the feeling that I'm constantly on the edge of bursting into tears fifth their own negative feelings lead to some resentment of their babies one said baby cries can unearth some darkness in me. I found. And sixth the fathers themselves felt neglected one said, I blamed both my wife and my son for my feelings of loss and insignificance. My wife seemed to consider me selfish and irresponsible. These were the common threads. And although of course, it sucks to have these feelings. They're completely valid these feelings are real recognized by scientists and caused some experts believe at least in part by chemical changes in men's bodies, postpartum, depression and women has been tied to a dip in the hormone estrogen, but women aren't alone in dealing with falling hormone levels men, experienced drop testosterone from early to late pregnancy. And that's been linked depression to. Most importantly fathers need to know that help is available a talk with the health practitioner, maybe the first step towards shaking postpartum depression. If seeing a psychologist is intimidating a family, doctor can help you reach diagnosis prescribed medications that may help and put you in touch with a mental health practitioner that you'd be comfortable with Eddie said, the sooner you get helped the better if you put this off you're going to have more distance grow between you and your partner you're going to is late yourself and you're going to put yourself in a bad situation. So seeking out help as soon as he recognized something off is really the way to go and the way to limit how much impacts you and your family. Today's episode was written by John Donovan and produced by Tyler clean, brain stuff is a production of iheartmedia. House two forks for more on this and lots of other mental health topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. And for more podcasts from iheartradio. Visit the iheartradio app. Apple podcasts are wherever you listen to your favorite shows. 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"nevada las vegas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Of the first state to legalize sports gambling after the supreme court room. You can give your athletes tuition scholarship room and board, but you can't pay in someone comes along and says here's a thousand two thousand five thousand dollars to corrupt a game. They're susceptible. You're saying it's very tempting. Very tempting it's not like gambling on sports hasn't existed before why are you so nervous this year as opposed to last year? It's right in front of my face. John. It's illegal. Emmerick made it clear that his worry is far from isolated in most athletic directors that I've spoken with fill the same way. It's like, oh, no. It's here. What do I do before? Coming to Marshall Hamrick. Athletic director at UNLV the university of Nevada Las Vegas at the time. The one place in America were sports gambling was leaked white after he took the job there. Hamrick. Went to a home basketball game was winning by what he thought was a comfortable margin. And the game was almost over one of our players had a wide open. Layup didn't take it. And the game's over in the fans booed nude fans. Booed, and my wife looked at me and said, this is really going to be a difficult job. We beat this team as bad as we did the fans want us to beat him worse and has in the gab beside me who was with me at the game. So that's not why the fans are unhappy. They're unhappy if. This young man would have made that lay-up UNLV have covered the point spread. So right. Then I said to myself, this is something we gotta keep an eye on. By.
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"He was eighteen months ago. He tried to play through it still hurt. I don't think he could play ten minutes a game at southern Utah right now you and obviously a horrible place for him. Yeah. The transfer out. He will never play at the university of Nevada Las Vegas. Never play. I don't necessarily disagree with you. First of all, I think big problem with him. He has absolutely no confidence right now. None zero we all know, he can shoot, you know, he shot the lights out in high school. We know he can shoot and get it off guys. That's the problem. He's not can't Scott. He's a defensive liability right now. He doesn't really have the athleticism that I think is needed even in the horrible mountain west conference. I feel bad from. And I wish that he I wish for him that he gets into a better situation should transfer to any you where you can actually play got ask you questions that I'll be who's the the white kid. He was a Mormon. I believe Dave rice brought him in. I think it was a similar situation where after a year he transfers a great story about him. His name is Danny walk, right? Dantley walkers. Yeah. So here's a great story for basketball people. He's the all time leading score Nevada State history. Thirty five hundred points. He is the ninth man at division two Shamanov. He doesn't play more than five minutes game. Don't realize these players. They suck also ban. His career is over guy on the court. Well, you know, what I heard Amari Hardy's brother is a one and done NBA player. That's what I've heard. I hope we can get him. That would be. That's what I never miss making twenty five thousand dollars a year. Zimmerman players are not the guys that people think I agree. But I think hardy has more upside than a guy like I said about Zimmerman right away. And even Anthony Bennett. I.
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Millions of young people. Voted early rather than wait for election day today. They could help decide who wins control of the house and the Senate millennials now outnumber boomers in America with the potential to be the biggest voting bloc. The question is will they go to the polls. Have you voted yet? The nonpartisan group nexgen started get out the vote events at the university of Nevada Las Vegas a year ago. The effort seems to be working compared with the two thousand fourteen midterms eighteen to twenty nine year olds are really showing up for early voting in several hotly contested races, including Arizona, Florida, Georgia and Nevada CBS. Correspondent Jamie UK says there are still thirteen states that do not allow early voting or casting an early ballots went out of valid excuse voters in thirty six states are electing governors tonight. Those races will have national implications. Head of the twenty twenty census in most states the legislature redraws congressional districts, but the governor has veto power. I'm Gary Nunn. Eighteen of governors races are seen as fiercely competitive among them, Wisconsin where two term Republican Scott Walker's in a dead heat with democrat, Tony Evers with thirty-three of the fifty governors Republican Democrats do have a chance in several of them, including traditional GOP states, like Oklahoma. Kansas races in Ohio, Nevada, and Colorado are being closely watched one of the most contentious and controversial is in Georgia where Republican secretary of state, Brian. Kemp has a slim lead over democratic rival Stacey Abrams, Gary Nunn, CBS news. Five forty one in the afternoon roundup. What if every time you went out you could cash in now with the Capital One saver card? You earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment like their first taste of guacamole..
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Next-gen started get out the vote events at the university of Nevada Las Vegas a year ago. The effort seems to be working compared with the two thousand fourteen midterms eighteen to twenty nine year olds are really showing up for early voting in several hotly contested races, including Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Nevada and in Georgia. There's more than a three hundred and fifty percent increase in early voter turnout for millennials over the last mid-term elections after all the talk about Russian interference in the last presidential election vigilance this year is extremely high. If you're looking for evidence ABC's, Chris good says don't look for hardcore. Hackers look instead on your Facebook page influence campaign attempts to sow discord get on Facebook, Facebook and Twitter in the months leading up to the election going back to the summer taking down a lot of fake accounts. Just attempts to inject a little bit of confusion into American politics. Facebook says it has blocked so far one hundred and fifty Facebook and Instagram. Accounts for suspected behavior linked to foreign groups trying to interfere in today's elections. Facebook also says it was tipped off by US law enforcement officials about online activity possibly linked to foreign entities in sports. Now, the Celtics have dropped to straight after an eight point loss last night in Denver, what happened in the closing seconds. Well, it did not sit well with some of the Celtics WBZ's, Charlie. Berge on explains nuggets Jamal Murray scored forty eight points last night and with his team up eight with one tick left on the clock. He launches a three in an attempt to get to fifty points, the Celtics, Kyrie Irving, not impressed. Competitor.
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on KTOK
"Another. Pennsylvania. Today, he campaigns at the university of Nevada Las Vegas to some for congresswoman Jackie Rosen. She's running against dean Heller for his Senate seat last month. Obama was an Anaheim California campaigning for several Democrats who are hoping to flip seven house seats currently held by Republicans. And some of those districts are considered tossups. Jessica rosenthal. Fox News, the midterm elections. A setting some records election day is two weeks from tomorrow in already fundraising records have been set. Money is a good standing for voter enthusiasm. I like to look at how much money people raise as a side for how much energy is in in the district for that candidate. Josh crush hours political editor for national journal and says that money can foreshadow a surprise especially in house races democratic candidates across the board raising good money. You may see a handful of races that we never saw coming where Democrats end up picking up a feed him pretty pretty conservative territory in Washington, Jared Halpern, Fox News. Speaking of money lottery fever is alive and well FOX's Grenell. Scott. This week's Powerball drawing starts at six hundred twenty million dollars that drawing will come on Wednesday. If you can't wait that long. There's another game you can play mega millions is up to a whopping one point six billion dollars brisk sales could push making millions to a record setting two billion dollars. I'm an Carrick. And.
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"New woody's make a lot of sense. Absolutely, right. You're bringing up such a good point the reverse mortgage. Got him black eye for many years because of the way they were structured now. It's it's alone. That's what it is. And raise point is. Well, taken the kids are not going to struggle over keeping your home and moving their family into it. It's not gonna work that way, and they don't want. Let's say you've got three kids three kids. Don't want a house that they have to make into rental. They just don't wanna do that. They want to cash out walk away. Well, yet alone on it. That's what's going to happen. Whether it's the forward loan or the verse mortgage reverse mortgages today, if you take out the line of credit it will grow at about a six percent rate. So if you have a five hundred thousand dollar house, and you could take out two hundred and fifty thousand I'm making this number up two hundred and fifty thousand but you don't use the money. Next year that two hundred and fifty thousand dollar line increases by six percent. That's like real money. It's real money. And if that goes on for the next ten years, it's six percent. Tom pounded over that ten year period. There could become a point later in life where the reverse mortgage or the amount of money, you could take out of the house is worth more than the house itself. Think about this. If the house is only appreciating at one or two percent per year, but you're reverse mortgage credits going up at six percent per year twenty or thirty years from now, you've got more money available to you than the house is worth and you have no liability. Now, you brought up another interesting point the person in Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada. Right. You can.
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"So things aren't getting any better for the time being, but weather wise, it's high and dry, and they need some of that rain. We're getting all over in the central part of the country, but they're dry. Oregon's pretty dry tonight. However, Washington state of the central parts got showers rumbling on a cross right now. Idaho looks good Montana. Maybe a few scattered showers, Wyoming. Looks clear course, Nevada Las Vegas. Looks clear Utah Arizona, Colorado, no problem. However when you start heading a little bit farther, south New Mexico, especially around Roswell, Scott shower activity throughout the state, Texas, the Lone Star state, we got heavy rain is pretty much here there and everywhere. So if you're driving anywhere cross country. Definitely check your local radar maps. And some of that rain may be severe. So definitely check that out. And could have some flash flood alerts to. Same thing in Arkansas and Louisiana and pretty soon Mississippi. Tennessee round Nashville. You got the rain in the real heavy stuff right now. I'm kind of pulling the map down as up through Missouri. Jefferson City Saint Louis over in to Kentucky. And of course, here in the Tri state area. You know that we got hit with a lot of heavy rain Indiana's getting hit pretty hard, especially around. Indianapolis looks like some severe thunderstorms. They're pretty much all Illinois. So this ban really spreads right on through the upper part. Now, the buckeyes state into the western part of Pennsylvania, especially around Pittsburgh PA. So you definitely want.
New report says it's still unknown why Flight MH370 disappeared
"K. n. s. s. news. Now I'm Ted Woodward a new report comes out regarding the ill-fated, Malaysian Airlines flight, disappeared four years ago. A full hundred ninety five page reports published, by investigators in Malaysia but. It's. Light on answers sag the plane's controls were probably deliberately manipulated to, take it off course but that it's not possible to say who was responsible for the families of the two hundred and seventy. Nine people on. Board it's more frustration I can't. Even tell my children what has happened to Calvin shins wife was. A flight attendant, on the plane some, relatives left a briefing but officials in tears Simon Owen. Fox, News the university of Kansas medical centers adult stem cell research lab is facing major obstacles after the departure of its director and. Size reductions the mid west stem cell therapy centers former director Budhadev, Don left this, summer taking his research. And federal grants to the university of Nevada, Las Vegas he says reducing. The. Labs of space by more than half slowed down research today's weather, forecast high eighty three currently in Wichita we have scattered rain showers in the area a breeze out of the east northeast it. Is seventy five. Degrees k. n. s. s. news. Now I'm Ted word.
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Visit them online at all either out west everything looks pretty much high and dry out in california lanna thumbs son sir bathes same thing up in oregon and washington state tonight idaho good montana looks good however nevada las vegas they got lots and lots of rain and they needed fill up that lake mead they got plenty of water to go around for everybody all their amigos arizona's night lottery rumbling on through jd reported in over new may co pretty much the western part of the state where they're getting their rate colorado lots of rain tonight youtall same thing wyoming lots of rain maybe some severe thunderstorms and you definitely want to be on the lookout for that scattered showers up in north dakota in heavier rain just sneaking into the western part of the south dakota the badlands have got some action there tonight oklahoma same thing you've got nasty rain in the central part of the state texas just a few scattered showers for they need better rain in the upper part of the states any problem saint louis in there in illinois and missouri still have a lot of rain activity might be the nastiest band of rain all around the country however looks like that bats rain up around a new york new york in rumbling all over the upper part of new york in the eastern part of pennsylvania you definitely have that going on tonight so definitely be on the lookout if you're up in that part of the country meanwhile washington dc looks good west virginia looks pretty good tonight carolina's look good tennessee looks dry for the time being georgia florida alabama mississippi the big easy all that looks good however if there's anything you guys want to report rest of the evening or into this sunday morning you know the number eight eight eight eight six zero eight seven eight five traffic or weather bumpy right up.
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on The World Transformed
"Out the important factors there are a lot of things that go into shows up for game so for individual game seats one hypothesis would be that the weather would matter if it's really hot university of nevada las vegas because it's an august game that hurt attendance compared to games later in the year on the other hand might be really cold in wyoming or air force academy in vendors that you we are trying to pick out what god's attendance weather could be one of many factors clearly whether you're on a roll momentum if you one your last three games or if it's a rivalry game all of those are the kind of factors that we could pick out anyway we did a four week project with notre dame that got the commissioners and the directors that they read out models to very excited so they wanted to know if spring we do another project i wrote a note to the connections that i had three of their schools colorado state air force academy and unlv within one hour to faculty members from the air force academy called up and said we'll do the project and i said that's great how many students can you put on it to create fan models for these different schools and they said you can have our whole class twenty four to death so that's what we're wrapping up right now well so obviously a lot of enthusiasm for this kind of thing and i think that's a great example because when you talk about fan analytics i don't think that's the kind of data people typically think of when they think of sports analytics that it's actually a much broader area than we tend to realize so could you step us through maybe some of the different kinds of analysis that's being done.
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Santa baba san jose san francisco and then you head on up the coast right there eugene salem and portland where a lot of snowflakes hang out there in oregon and it's high and dry and same thing up there in seattle washington state no problem pretty much all the west coast is looking real good tonight new may co arizona nevada las vegas homa jd and wayne allyn root colorado looks pretty darn good tonight wyoming now let's look out here to east coast miami tampa jacksonville fl all florida who no problem georgia's good tonight the carolinas worse by powder monkey cowdrey hell i dunno gator where's he rum one at the night looks good in their home turf washington dc stretching clear on up to well not quite indianapolis but it looks like it's got sights on indiana here lower part of illinois pretty much getting swamped bradley you got anything over there on the severe weather map there let's see what bradley's got worse let me check here to see what they've got going on because because it looked like those nasty down around houston i'm looking at the severe weather map here and you know they're still under the severe thunderstorm warning that's the only thing i've come up here but if you see anything make sure you hit us up at one triple eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five or locally five one three seven four nine seven thousand especially if it's weather or traffic we want.
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"What is kind of your history with paragon of and the color pomegranates when i was in undergraduate at the university of nevada las vegas i saw clips from shadows forgotten nance esters in a language film course i was just completely bold away like i had never seen anything like it before i thought they camera work and the use of color in it was really interesting so i got curious about this filmmaker par john off and literally that same semester this was in the late nineteen eighties i think it was eighty seven eighty eight this is during the period of fog they had taken a number of banned films off the shelf and started making them publicly available again as part of glasnost and one of the film's was a wealth for the thirsty by euro yanko who was par john cinematographer for shadows of forgotten ancestors and he was friends with beautiful belay who was the music director of the nevada symphony orchestra and a music professor at the university of nevada las vegas he went to the san francisco film festival to show a print of this film a well for the first i he actually stopped in las vegas and he went to my class so that same semester you're real young visited my class and we managed to see a well for the thirsty at this movie theater in las vegas because they had arranged for a special screening and i saw another one of the sims there as well and it just opened up this whole world of a completely different cinema to me around the same time this is when a sheet caride was starting to play in theaters and they were articles about it coming out and also about par jonas past like his imprisonment on charges of homosexuality and all that so i was just very curious.
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on WEEI
"He lived in drake it it is the most random sort of inhabitants that i've heard other than coric lubar you'll quickly removed here's the pitch through an ano winchester it's a nice places a message i know i guess this is the place to be for major league baseball players now in the aussies thought it was nashville nashville and of course anywhere at ford of drake it is known as the natural national massachusetts arizona nevada las vegas nevada is a big place for baseball players now season arizona california strike called i f f in why this hasn't put on the effort is just amazing to me what i remember bradford i just love him to death he so bad so goes on the reviewing so he's too so rob i love robin i always say this every year with tim and i guess it's just not going to change like if i were in charge of the station i'm not the people in charge avid job i guess for some reason i would say to the tin average the world tim okay i have no like the red sox play the pirates yesterday's era in great into the higher should braved i would say kim like nobody nobody truly cares about the game itself treated like a talk show in once in awhile let us know something notable happens that vets the about he doesn't have that ability i understand that i understand that but that your hair bottlenecks very bizarre it now or is it straight down yeah i had a little electrical and electronic static uh sorry critical that's apprentice he's but i would say tim.
"nevada las vegas" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The winner will be six night and yasser started off ninety nine point five two word and did wonders with the other well hello everybody i am dennis prager but new university of reno nevada las vegas professor blames las vegas massacre on trump camp is reform headline in the video obtained by campus reform you m l via system professor tass winkelmann the scene addressing her history four zero seven class referring to trump wiegelmann noted that when he got elected i told my clashes three semesters ago civil bus won't be affected by this presidency but others are going to die other people will die because of this i don't know whether these events would have inevitably happened whether or not he got elected but he has the same rhetorical powers every president has to encourage or discourage so far older is thought is to encourage violence really seek she lives it's it's amazing i guess well if you just read the left wing press that's what you believe that is what has been the great law and one of the great laws of our return when's the violence was almost all come from the left the all talked about north korea kasangati worried severi serious situation let friends people multitude it out on a totally understand left nicholas kristof who's the naive man uh but two things.