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CDC endorses COVID booster for millions of older Americans
"The centers for disease control and prevention that's indoors booster shots for millions of older or vulnerable Americans late Thursday night CDC director Dr Rochelle Wilensky signed off on a series of recommendations from a panel of advisors the adviser said booster should be given to people sixty five and older nursing home residents and those ages fifty to sixty four who have risky underlying health problems the extra dose would be given once there are at least six months past their last Pfizer shot the panel had voted against saying that people can get a booster if they are eighteen to sixty four and healthcare workers or have another job that puts them at increased risk of being exposed but Wolinsky disagreed and put that recommendation back at my camp in Washington
Montana Rule Urges Schools To Give Parents Say on Masks
"Federal health officials are again urging states and local school boards to require that children wear masks in school although some are ignoring the plea Dr Rochelle Wilensky who heads the U. S. centers for disease control says coded cases are on the rise in schools where children are not wearing masks and teachers aren't vaccinated actually in the context of this I'm very transmissible delta variants I'm and we are encouraging the schools to follow our guidance but in Montana governor Greg Gianforte's fighting schools that are requiring masks saying it's based on inconclusive research and says it could damage student health he wants parents to decide while in Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf has reversed himself and is now requiring masks in all of the state's public and private schools that's after five thousand students tested positive since school began I'm Jackie Quinn
Models Forecast 100,000 More COVID-19 Deaths Unless U.S. Changes Its Ways
"Federal health officials say the rate of Kubic nineteen deaths has increased eleven percent compared to last week putting the US on track for another grim milestone by December the head of the U. S. centers for disease control Dr Rochelle Polanski says the U. S. is averaging about one hundred forty two thousand new coronavirus cases a day a slight increase three percent over the prior week but the rate of deaths has gone up higher eight hundred sixty four per day an increase of nearly eleven percent researchers from the university of Washington suggest nearly one hundred thousand more people could die from cope with nineteen by December which would put the US death toll it nearly seven hundred thirty thousand but they say a dramatic shift in behavior like people wearing masks in public could cut that in half I am Jackie Quinn
CDC Sees Large-Scale Covid-19 Outbreaks at Schools Not Following Safety Guidelines
"The CDC has laid out guidelines for school districts to cut down on the spread of Covid 19, But the CDC director says some aren't following them. As more students go back to the classroom. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky is urging school districts to take Covid 19 prevention measures seriously. She says large scale quarantines are happening in schools that are not following CDC guidance regarding teacher and student vaccinations. I want to strongly appeal to those districts who have not implemented prevention strategies and encourage them to do the right thing to protect the Children under their care. She reiterated a plea for masking in schools. This is not forever. This is for now. She also says U. S. Covid 19 related deaths have increased by 11% in the past seven days.
Extra COVID Vaccine Approved for Those With Weak Immune Systems
"US regulators have approved an extra dose of the covert nineteen vaccination for transplant recipients and others with weakened immune systems the food and drug administration has approved booster shots for millions of Americans who are especially vulnerable to the corona virus because of organ transplants certain cancers and other health conditions centers for disease control director Dr Rochelle Wilensky says emerging data show it works there is an enhanced antibody response after an additional dose of an MRT Corp in nineteen vaccines Santino compromised several other countries including France and Israel have similar recommendations the boosters are only for this high risk group about three percent of U. S. adults for the rest of the population so far the vaccines seem to be providing protection without an extra dose although that is being monitored hi Jackie Quinn
CDC Urges COVID Vaccines During Pregnancy as Delta Surges
"The centers for disease control and prevention is urging all pregnant women to get vaccinated against covert nineteen the CDC recommendation echoes recent guidance from top obstetrician groups and comes as hospitals in corona virus hot spots around the country are seeing greater numbers of unvaccinated mothers to be seriously ill with the virus expectant women run a higher risk of severe illness and pregnancy complications from covert nineteen including miscarriages and still births but CDC data show their vaccination rates are low with only about twenty three percent having received at least one dose the agency had previously encouraged pregnant women to consider vaccination but CDC director Dr Rochelle Wilensky now says it has never been more urgent to increase vaccinations during the search that's come with the spread of the delta variant I'm Ben Thomas
US Now Averaging 100,000 New COVID-19 Infections a Day
"The U. S. is now averaging more than one hundred thousand new covert nineteen infections a day a milestone last seen during the winter search the number of confirmed infections across the US had been averaging about eleven thousand a day in late June now Johns Hopkins university's tally puts the number at one hundred seven thousand one hundred forty three it also shows the number of people dying from infections rising to nearly five hundred a day as of Friday director of the centers for disease control and prevention Dr Rochelle Wilensky earlier this week eighty three percent of our counties in the United States are experiencing moderate or high transmission was delta variants continuing to be dominant circulating virus Johns Hopkins tracker puts the number of covered nineteen tests coming back positive at more than eleven percent still one thing going in the right direction the number of people getting vaccinated back up to more than eight hundred thousand per day I'm Ben Thomas
CDC Issues Warning as Students Return to School
"Coronavirus cases to tell you about here in Georgia, 4000 reported Friday alone. That's the biggest jump in cases since January. The C D. C with the coronavirus warning as students head back to school here Still, BSP Cheryl Castro, CDC director Rochelle Walensky says following CDC guidelines is the best way to keep kids safe in schools. We do so by getting as many people around them who are eligible for vaccination to be vaccinated. And to keep our schools masked right now. Wolinski and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona participated in a town hall where they took questions from parents and students about returning to in person learning this fall on this first week of school, 185 covid cases reported in the Cobb County school system, which returned Monday, 166 cases in Gwinnett schools, which reopened Wednesday Sports Baseball
CDC Official Issues Warning to Metro Atlanta School Districts
"Many of Metro plant is biggest school district disease that is transmitted in the schools. The places that aren't taking the prevention strategies. The places that aren't masking C D. C Director Rochelle Walensky and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona participated in a Boston town hall where they took questions from parents and students about returning to in person learning this fall. Meanwhile, Cobb County schools have confirmed over 185 cases of Covid since the new school year started Monday. Masks are optional. The Cobb County schools Gwinnett County schools are reporting 166 cases since school began Wednesday when it's schools required the use of masks the war of words between President Biden in Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's over covid
COVID-19 Surge, Driven by Delta Variant, Hits US Hospitals
"There's been a dramatic increase in the number of covert nineteen cases in the U. S. compared with the prior week and it's being linked to the more contagious delta variant state local and federal authorities have been urging people to get vaccinated because there's been another spike in virus infections Dr Rochelle Wilensky heads the U. S. centers for disease control and prevention our seven day averages about eighty nine thousand four hundred sixty three cases per day this represents an increase of forty three percent from the prior seven day average nearly ninety thousand cases a day a Florida hospital chain is suspending elective surgeries some Georgia hospitals are said to be turning patients away in Houston Texas chief medical officer Dr David person KTRK urges more people to get vaccinated you need to consider that you represent a potential danger to yourself and others in most particularly your own family I'm Jackie Quinn
Revisit Andrew Cuomo Mismanging COVID Outbreak in New York
"Again. This is March 26 2020 Go. Elaine, New Rochelle, New York The Great W. ABC go Now That's the EPA of epicenters. Go ahead. Yes. Hello. Thank you very much for taking my call. Um, I wanted to bring to your attention in the listener's attention What It's about to happen in New York with respect to nursing homes. And the governor has ordered that all nursing homes must accept, uh, covid positive patients that are actually potentially still infectious. Into into their facilities, and this will put our residents are long term care population. Yeah, is this Are you pulling my leg seriously? No. Why would you send Somebody who has this virus into a population that can kill people. Thank you. No, No. Are you serious? I am here. Well, why would he order this? It doesn't make any sense Memo. Well, because because the hospitals well, first of all in you know, I will point out that nursing homes are in the habit of accepting patients from hospitals to continue their care after their They may be in the habit, But they must realize now that the most vulnerable people among us our senior citizens And nursing homes. These are people that have issues and so I'm trying to understand. The point of this. What is the point of this? I'm looking at a directive from Andrew Cuomo and Howard Zucker dated March 25th that is ordering Nursing homes. It says nursing homes must comply with the expedited receipt of residents from hospitals. They are deemed appropriate to go into the nursing homes by the hospitals, and we cannot discriminate based on The presence of
'The Dude Bros' Had It Right the First Time About These COVID Policies
"They know Canadians like to do what they're told. So they tell you have to wear a mask. Next. We're gonna tell you have to contact trace. Then they're going to tell you you have to take the vaccine because Canadians like to do what they're told. They're hoping that everyone just complies. And then guess what. Kids Once you take your vaccine, like a dumb person that doesn't know any better. They're going to tell you Sorry. The vaccine isn't as effective as we thought it was going to be. So now you still gotta wear your mask. Still got to get contact. Trace still have all the restrictions and so Social distancing and still take your vaccine. Oh, my God. Just the first Christmas. We have a studio audience as you may have heard. It's uh, it's about 500. People by the same people had to do Obama's house for his big 16th birthday bash. Post. This is it's kind of what happened, right? You're a little exaggeration there, but Crazy How the dude Burrows got it. And the stupid smart people didn't I mean the credential? That's any Fauci big medical degree guy with Shell? Rochelle Walensky, another medical health professional. All these Francis Collins, another one out there all over the media. Many of the masked man made all these really even Jerome Adams are old surgeon general, with the with the bow tie, appearing all over the news, I guess trying to rescue his reputation. He was under the Trump administration to out there again talking about masks and all this stuff. Amazing How the dude, bro got it the whole time.
Breaking Down the New CDC Mask Guidance
"Right alison just two little months ago. You and i were on the show talking about how the cdc said vaccinated people should feel free to lose their masks in almost all settings including indoors. Yeah i mean this guy was basically based on the honor system in most places you just kind of had to take someone's word for it whether they were vaccinated and every member matter. You and i shared some concerns about vaccine equity rates. Vaccinations still being low. And how this might affect people who are most vulnerable now here. We are today amid a surge of cases here to talk about how the cdc is now modifying some of that guidance. Can you tell us more about how the cdc made this decision. Sure it really comes down to two main factors. I mean the delta variant and slowing vaccinations about thirty percent of adults remain unvaccinated in the us. Meaning there's this huge group of people who are still vulnerable to the virus kids under twelve can't be vaccinated people with compromised. Immune systems don't always get full protection from the vaccine. So they're vulnerable to and there's something more here mattie new data suggests that vaccinated people who get infected with the delta variant could transmit it to others here. Cdc director rochelle wolinsky back fascinated. People infected with the delta variants after vaccination may be page and spread the virus to others. This new science is worrisome. And unfortunately warrants an update to our recommendation and she really points out that this is different from previous variants unlike the alpha variant that we had back in may where we didn't believe that if you were vaccinated you could transmit further. I'm this is different now with the delta variant and alison. We should be clear here right. The vaccines are still doing their job. Against the delta variant these vaccines are designed to prevent vaccinated people from getting really sick or dying and they are still doing a stellar job of
Delta Variant Now Accounts for More Than 80% of U.S. COVID-19 Cases
"To surge. It now accounts for 83% of us covid cases. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky. The best way to prevent the spread of Covid 19 variants is to prevent the spread of disease and vaccination is the most powerful tool. We have a federal judges blocked in Arkansas law banning nearly all
CDC Leader: US in 'Pandemic of the Unvaccinated'
"The Biden ministration expects coronavirus cases and deaths to increase in the weeks ahead CDC director Dr Rochelle Wilensky says the country has reached a new coronavirus space this is becoming a pandemic of the unvaccinated new numbers show virus cases and deaths are up White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff science says the numbers are high in areas with higher numbers of people on vaccinated just four states accounted for more than forty percent of all cases in the past week with one in five of all cases occurring in Florida alone science says each virus death is tragic now it's even more tragic because they are preventable at Donahue Washington
Health Officials Warn About Delta Variant as COVID-19 Cases Surge
"States is facing a jarring turn in its year and a half battle against the coronavirus. New cases and hospitalizations are rising again. More contagious. Delta variant is a big factor. So are the outbreaks in places where few people are vaccinated against Covid 19. NPR's Ping Wang has details. It's a hard learned truth from the pandemic when cases and hospitalizations increase deaths will follow. Rochelle Walensky, head of the CDC says This is especially true in parts of the country with low vaccination rates. Preliminary data over the past few months show a stark divide between those who have gotten shots and those who have not 99.5% of deaths from Covid 19 in the United States were in unvaccinated people. Those deaths were preventable with a simple, safe shocked. Wolinski says that places with low vaccination rates are facing increased risks from the Delta variant, which now accounts for 80% of new infections in some areas. She says, lacks mitigation policies are not helping.
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Delta Variant Accounts for 20% of Covid Cases in the U.S.
"And hospitalizations trend downward across the country. U. S health officials have become increasingly worried about the highly contagious Delta variant, particularly in communities with low vaccination rates. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky, telling Good Morning America this week that the delta variant now accounts for more than 20% of all coronavirus cases in the U. S, But even that number could rise quickly. Generally, when viruses mutate, they do so, with some advantage to the virus, and in this case, the delta variant, it is mutated so that the virus is more transmissible now, meantime, at
"new rochelle" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Best. A bowl of soul mixed stool of soul music Everybody lansing the that off. Took me back to my free. Whoa celebrating right here for june is black music month on a bowl. We celebrate the legacy of the legendary late. Mr lloyd price. mr personality. He passed away on may third twenty twenty one and he was an american rb vocalist known as mr personality after his nineteen fifty nine million selling hit personality. He was known for his first recording. Lordy lordy lordy miss cloudy which was a hit for specialty records in one thousand nine hundred fifty two and he continued to release records and they were popular. Because you know roy. Price came from new orleans and he bought that new orleans sound to the world baby and he was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in nine nineteen ninety eight. He'd he was He lived he was a resident of new rochelle new york and he died at the age of eighty eight. This man was not only a stellar singer. He was also a excellent entrepreneur and he was honored by the rhythm and blues foundation. He is from kenner louisiana and they celebrated him in one thousand nine hundred ninety five by having an annual boy price day. We celebrate the legendary. Mr lloyd price right here on a bowl of soul coming up next another legend a detroit legend mr al kent and a lot of people. They'd be like who's al kit. If you come from the detroit alkan detroiters alkan but out can also put his foot stamp on. R&b specially in motown meaning. He was not part of motown but he was part of rick. Tick golden world day are considered the other labels that were competitors to motown the legendary arranger musician missed the abc head talking about oh pretty lady and this is a bowl of soul ooh hoo. Hey this is lenny williams and you're listening to a bowl soul These celebrate one of the production.
"new rochelle" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Without fans Ford's projecting that the league could lose five and a half billion dollars based on stadium revenue from twenty eighteen and now your forecast for the ram C. super weather center sixty eight behind today mostly sunny dropping to fifty five tonight tomorrow high seventy but with afternoon rain a rainy Saturday too high sixty nine Sunday mix sun and clouds high seventy a beautiful memorial day seventy two the high partly sunny from the Ramsey Subaru weather center currently sixty five in New York and sixty two in new Rochelle from the seventy seven W. A. B. C. news desk I'm Sarah Lee Kessler next update at one thirty twenty four seven coverage at WABC radio dot com W. A. B. C. traffic and transit up next well he is Greek American new Yorkers are great American success story he's involved in a number of businesses he's a great role model he's got plenty of ideas on how to bring change this Sunday at eight thirty AM it's dark cats roundtable John cats imitators good morning America this is the cats roundtable John Katzman giving you both sides of the story with New York sensibility this Sunday at eight thirty AM it's dark cats roundtable John cats imitators sponsored by bank of America and Cushman Wakefield on talk radio seventy seven WABC it's Jamie progressives number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jimmy it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options.
"new rochelle" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"So we've got W. A. Joe we've got the change that is coming and by the way to all our Jewish friends happy Passover to you back to governor Cuomo because tonight is the seder dinner and trust me I had no expert on Jewish culture but I I always thought that this was a night where families got together shared a seder dinner and I hope you don't I hope you celebrate just like the Christians are trying to celebrate without going to church I I I eat you've got to celebrate on zoom or something like that because and again I'll go from if I read may remind you of the stories that first broke out of New York was in new Rochelle which is a suburb of New York City and there is a lawyer and memory was talking to you about the fact that we knew everything but the guy's name we knew he was a lawyer we do worry went to worship we knew where he worked we knew his law firm we knew where it was we knew which train he took to get into work every day in the Grand Central we do all that about him well then one lawyer I was at the synagogue in new Rochelle N. from him it was off like a hundred and eighty five people in that synagogue were infected so it became if one of these things what nobody had idea how how old super contagious is Boggess so I implore all of you to enjoy your seder dinners but that don't have people over don't go over to the relatives all that sort of stuff here's governor Cuomo talking about Passover tonight last four in.
"new rochelle" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know
"Kobe. Nineteen white new need to know continues after this. You're listening to an ABC news special. Kobe nineteen what you need to know once again here is. Abc News correspondent. Amy Robot. Welcome back just weeks ago. A sitting north of Manhattan had one of the first clusters of Kovic. One thousand nine hundred and some drastic measures were taken to stop the spread there in new Rochelle. A one mile containment zone was set up around an entire community and the National Guard was even called into help deliver meals to those who were stuck in isolation the move has had some promising results and joining us. Now is the mayor of new Rochelle Noam Bramson. Thank you for joining us. Mayor Bramson and I want to start by asking you how things are going because new Rochelle was really the first hotspot in the New York area. Where are you now? Well thank you for having me and I think nor shells. Experience does give us some reason for cautious optimism because we were in earliest hotspot. We also implemented early containment measures intended to limit the spread of the virus and preliminary data suggests that that has been somewhat effective Rate Increase in Rochelle seems to be slowing and new. Rochelle is declining as a percentage of positive cases in our region. So all that is is good news but I want to emphasize the caution. The data can be interpreted in lots of different ways beat municipally aggregated information lags behind the positive reports individuals and we are a couple of days behind the facts on the ground. And we know that even the most optimistic scenario and this is still going to be a long and significant CH- challenge so it's entirely premature to celebrate but we are looking for rays of sunshine in the midst of unsettling experience and it is good to know that new Rochelle is confronted at least the early stage in this challenge in seemingly successful wet. Yeah that's very important distinction and it should be noted. You responded very quickly and very aggressively to the first reported cases in your city. Do you think new Rochelle could be a model for other cities your size? They experience a similar burst of of cases. Yes I think so. Look I want to give credit to Governor Cuomo of New York State? They were in the driver seat. Here they identify your early challenge that we got a new Rochelle and prescribed delimitations that were imposed here. But also keep in mind Just a week. After our containment zone was established all restrictions were overtaken and exceeded by statewide limitations. That were even more restricted. So All New York State is at this point of containment zone and The rest of America is not far behind but because we came. I are leading experience. I think is some indicator other communities can expect I also say that Another promising aspect. What's happened in a Rachelle? Is that in the face of overwhelming pressure. Our social infrastructure has remained strong community groups and nonprofit organizations have risen to the occasion. We had an outpouring voluntarism. We've been able to maintain essential services in the context of a radically changed work environment. So all of that suggests that even though this is hard we will be equal to the test. Then we'll be able to come on the other side with a strong and healthy community and can you talk a little bit about if you have any right now. Any plans to reopen so to speak new Rochelle. And what are you hearing from residents there? Well I think everyone a state and everyone in America is eager to resume some form of normal life living with limitations that would imaginable just a few weeks ago. But we don't have any plans in new Rochelle to go on our own and to relax restrictions that are common to the whole. We think it's a Gordon responsible to take direction from the public authorities at the state level and at the county level. Who have the expertise in our in the best position to give guys so? That's the way nor shells approaching this all right. Well mayor no on Brampton thank you so much for joining us and giving us an update on your community. We appreciate it. We are now to Dr Jen Ashton for answers to your questions that just keep pouring in Stanley. So Dr Jen. We're going to start with the first one. What are some of the best ways? We can cope with the intense stress of this crisis. Oh that's so. That's so important. Amy By the way if anyone has any ideas send them my way. I would like to hear them as well but I think the first thing is while all of our routines have been disrupted. Try to find new routines when you're staying at home and sheltering in place. Try to connect with people use creative ways to do that. Obviously it's heavily technology based we've seen amazing examples of that and I think it's really important even if homebound to do something physical every day I think when our bodies move and feel good we release those endorphins and that can help our mood and our spirit to I could not agree more. I'm getting the kids to do some calisthenics at the very least each and every day and you can see their mood. Change this next question very interesting. I live in Savannah Georgia where we are expecting close to ninety degree temperatures over the next few days. What effect if any will these warmer temperatures have on the spread of Cova? One thousand nine hundred so we don't know because.
"new rochelle" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"It is transmitting the way it does so clean those services is very important cleaning it with with the right material and the National Guard will be helpful on that all right so the governor of New York has declared a one mile containment area in new Rochelle that's what the announcement was about we have a one mile containment area now if this were a Republican governor they be out there calling this martial law your little garnered this is the kind of stuff it's spreading rumors he's not he's not a health official he's the governor but this is the it your stories like this that feed into he is a Democrat doesn't like trump I think we know the score here okay my point is that all of this is way overblown there is a justification for a certain level of concern well yeah you can say he's got a containment L. E. just close the borders of new Rochelle and he's got and it is got the National Guard going in there to distribute food and clean surfaces so if you if you violate the containment area I wonder I I I'm sure it now I'm sure it does not apply to illegal aliens I'm sure illegal aliens can come and go all new Rochelle Olson whatever I wanted to they're not stopped anywhere else why would this stop them see how this works well you can have a sanctuary city he got a sanctuary state where you're welcome in all kinds of people break the law but now we got the corona virus number going to put containment area around new Rochelle I'm what they're gonna have some illegal aliens living there what if they want to leave and I can be allowed to leave because they're allowed to come and go as they want is it a sanctuary state so illegal aliens have condom free reign come and go my point is this is the kind of stuff but this is he's not a health official it's not B. N. I. H. he's not with Johns Hopkins he's not with the health and Human Services or the national institutes for health saying all this this is the governor he's a politician my only point folks if you go back to the history of the trump administration the trump presidency and we've had all kinds of anonymous sources from within the trump White House from the west wing the oval office they've been writing anonymous piece about dangerous trump is and how we got adults in there we're looking out for things everything's okay we're gonna be protected because trump does know what he's doing is very different none of that is what's happening here you've got a bunch and I H. people in there and a bunch of CDC people in there and they could be going to town against trump if they wanted to get my making myself clear here I'm I'm if this is a round about way of saying that it it probably isn't wise to panic yet because the people who would really know if it's time to panic would be saying so and if they really wanted to create a panic to go get drunk or whatever then they can easily do it and so far it looks like trump and pence's efforts to keep a lid on this and to keep a semblance of normalcy and non panic about it are working within that universe.
"new rochelle" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Fox news is watching New York has confirmed its first corona virus related death an eighty two year old woman with pre existing health issues passed away Friday governor Andrew Cuomo talks about steps that the state is now taking the first one in new Rochelle opened yesterday it worked very well we're going to be opening a drive through for Long Island and we'll be doing that this coming week there are now five hundred twenty four confirmed cases in the state of New York and the corona viruses causing primary delays in the state of Louisiana and now in the state of Georgia as well but Ohio plans to go forward fox's Ellison barber reports in Ohio is going to proceed as normal pulled open here on Tuesday at six thirty AM early voting that's happening right now they didn't relocate some polling locations that were in areas where you have more vulnerable populations in nursing home environments community assisted living areas they relocated all that pulls all of those polls in all in Franklin County they have three hundred thirty polling locations are taking steps to make sure that not only are all of their poll workers safe but all of the voters are no audience will be present for tomorrow's debate between senator Bernie Sanders and former vice president Joe Biden today is March fourteenth and it's being celebrated by fans of math and dessert a light boxes Tonya J. powers March fourteenth is informally known as pi day as in the mathematical term PI three point one four one five nine two you get the point but others have a different take on it pi day as as in desert Google trends made a U. S. map of the most uniquely searched pies and one of the big winners will strawberry rhubarb which showed up in searches from Washington state to Alaska to Iowa sweet potato pie and buttermilk pie were popular in the south and French silk and peanut butter not together in the west and then there's Hawaii's hula pie Nevada's candy cane pie and Florida sour orange high where he fox news delivery you loading.
"new rochelle" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Quarantine around new Rochelle for I mean it's just this this this is just for too much of this to me appears to be made to order for that have long been held by the American left the Democrat party the media what have you I tell you what let me take a brief time out and here here it would but well before the time out in Chicago the mayor of Chicago has just announced that they're not going to dye the Chicago River green St Patrick's and accidents are going to eliminate they do it every year they dye the Chicago River green for St Patrick's day I got to do that the downtown parade and the south side Irish parade have all been postponed as part of this weekend St Patrick's day over a hundred thousand people were expected to fly to Chicago they're not going to go to Chicago south by southwest gets cancelled the mayor in Austin cancels it and shortly after then starts begging people who live in Austin Hey go ahead and go outside go ahead and go patronize some of our biz go ahead and go out to eat well okay if it's okay to do that why did you cancel south by southwest well because we in nurture was set in motion we're going to be canceling everything we're cancelling everything we're going to do any public meeting with we're gonna play basketball games with no crowds the baseball season is coming up we're gonna play baseball games and all fans in the stands how so how long is it gonna be before the NFL decides you know what we're gonna do studio only no no fans allowed ME our state where where does this end when you realize there are diseases out there to kill many more than are being killed by this and the people that that are suffering mostly for miss our elderly people already have respiratory problems of one kind or room or another anyway yeah look I I'm sure you can tell I got to be very careful how I navigate this because the media is jaws waving for people that come along and act like it is no big deal so they can point fingers nine I'm fully aware of this folks but you know me I can't fake it in here and I can't act out things that I don't believe well actually I probably could you know J. R. Ewing once your fake integrity the rest is easy but I don't like going down that road don't even want to have to try and let me take a brief break we'll come back and continue with much more on the the EIB network right after this your listening to Rush Limbaugh.
"new rochelle" Discussed on KOMO
"Bodies of likely only been there a day or two Carly Johnson come on news it's a ten as the cold morning news continues and we have to the Harley exterior sports desk with toddlers the Huskies in the Arizona Wildcats tangle for the second time in five days this afternoon first round action packed women's basketball tournament in Las Vegas the dogs coming off a win at Arizona Saturday they won three of the last four and they're getting hot just at the right time coach Sean Miller at Arizona talked about the rematch between the two teams play Washington on Wednesday we have to be better more like the second half for the entire game I know that even with that it's going to be a great game they're they're good Arizona four point favorite coverage starts at two two thirty tip from Las Vegas later tonight the Cougars and Colorado in another first round game at eight thirty number two Gonzaga likely locked up a number one seed in the NC WMS at the rolling passing merry's last night in the west coast conference tournament title game eighty four sixty six their eighth WCC tournament title in ten years and Thursday around one of the western athletic conference tournament also in Vegas as number three seed Seattle you takes on sixth seed Utah valley sports teleported Patsy tower Tom Miller in the home of the Huskies komo news published time eight eleven new York's governor has now ordered the nation's first containment zone since the corona virus outbreak in this country the governor deploying the National Guard to new Rochelle a suburban coronavirus hot spot north of Manhattan it is a dramatic actions this is literally a matter of life and death that zone consisting of a one mile radius around the young Israel synagogue where dozens of people were exposed by that infected attorney schools and buildings that hold large gatherings will shut down for two weeks but most businesses and grocery stores will remain open and people will be able to enter and leave the area you're not containing people its facilities according to some residents many are staying home it's empty I was there and I'm there usually every weekend running errands stores were empty and there's no one around among the new cases statewide to school bus drivers testing positive across the country the death toll rising to at least thirty and at least eighteen states declaring a state of emergency Washington state reporting at least ten nursing homes with confirmed cases infections in Massachusetts more than doubling with at least seventy of the case is connected to a Biogen employee conference held in Boston last month and in Minnesota a thirty year old patient now Inc Dickel condition after experiencing flu symptoms and visiting a health facility last week but was sent home without testing you have to start taking seriously what you can do now that if and when the infections will come and they will calm concerns of the spreading virus prompting a wave of cancellations including the New York City half marathon IV league basketball tournaments popular music festival Coachella postponed it till October to avoid crowd contamination major companies like apple and Google encouraging their employees to work from home and universities like UCLA Duke and Ohio State University or canceling in person classes Harvard University forcing students to move out of the dorms and take online classes instead many of us are international students from countries where virus has basically in the new York times launching a deep cleaning of their newsroom in New York and DC notifying employees to stay home for fourteen days after some New York times staffers attended a conference in New Orleans where an attendee at not with the paper tested positive for corona virus despite assurances from the federal government many local officials are still frustrated with the backlog and red tape when it comes to testing in fact we spoke to one infectious disease doctor in Massachusetts who says he has multiple patients showing possible symptoms and he still can't get them tested C. B. C.'s with Johnson also this morning federal regulators have temporarily waived a rule that has been causing airlines to fly near empty planes to avoid losing precious take off and landing rights at major airports the FAA limits take offs and landing rights or slots to a few big congested airports and airlines have to use eighty percent of those slots or risk losing them this morning the FAA says it's waiving the eighty percent rule through the end of may to help airlines that are canceling flights because of the corona virus outbreak what made fourteen had time to check your driver couple traffic every ten minutes with Kierra Jordan we continue to work with a crash in Kent south bound one six seventy or two seventy seven the nothing is blocked but there's flashing lights on the shoulder and a car's been in the ditch and it has a back up to willow street northbound traffic is crawling from highway eighteen so consider an alternate like the West Valley highway we've also had a long term crash state route one six to near the Oregon city limits by prairie creek traffic is alternating through the area so that slowing you down for about a mile in either direction we're also working with a crash on the shoulder westbound five twelve at I. five that's making a busy drive from steel street northbound I. five slowing go out of their way into seatac in Seattle's heavy between Michigan and Seneca in north bound for five working the brake pedal from state route one six nine to forty fourth nothing slowing it down either south five or south borough five into Seattle or Bellevue in the lake bridges look great as well our next como traffic at least twenty four credits sponsored by only or so the world class positions only or to ask the south so why take a long stressful drive with all your photos right in your own backyard poultry ortho has your back knee or hip your shoulder you get it only or info dot com your life in motion R. come eco roof forecast we're gonna see some sunshine today headed for a high of fifty increasing clouds overnight but tomorrow still looks nice partly sunny and fifty another storm system moves in on Friday bringing with it quite a bit of rain it'll be cooler hi about forty two there's a chance of rain possibly snow Saturday morning they will change to rain as we rolled up to the low forties east of the cascades this morning started to see some sunshine only twenty nine in the after market out here in western Washington mostly cloudy but we see some sun breaks to the north sea tac airport at forty four degrees stay connected stay informed the northwest only twenty four hour news station komo news it's a sixteen it's the home all morning news so for your Wednesday Franklin he's at the editor's desk the factor disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced this morning to twenty three years in prison for rape and sexual assault it's a site that the Hollywood mogul's multitude of accusers thought they'd never see Watson was convicted last month of raping a woman in a New York City hotel room in twenty thirteen and forcibly performing a sex act on another woman at an apartment in two thousand six the sentencing judge James Burke told Weinstein as he gave him a twenty three year sentence this is your first conviction but not your first offense Joe Biden's momentum keeps growing after another string of victories around the nation the former vice president is projected as the winner of primaries in Michigan Missouri Mississippi and Idaho Michigan was the biggest prize a last night with a hundred twenty five delegates at stake Washington still too close to call there are still still more than the old one thousand cases of coronavirus in thirty seven states and at least thirty one deaths are reporting in response to all of this several local police agencies are shutting down their lobbies to try to limit contact with police the story from Bellevue with Cuomo's NYC pop up for Megan black with.
"new rochelle" Discussed on WTOP
"The coronavirus new Rochelle at this point is probably the largest cluster in the United States of these cases the guard will help deliver meals and clean public spaces in the containment area where schools houses of worship in large gathering places will close for two weeks president trump went to Capitol Hill today to meet with Senate Republicans to discuss possible stimulus measures to counter the economic impact of the virus it will go away to stay calm we'll go where we want to protect your shipping industry our crews industry solutions we want to protect our airline industry very important everybody has to be vigilant and has to be careful what become Maryland's governor is asking people over the age of sixty to stay home as the state tries to contain the virus WTOP's Kate Ryan reports this is an all hands on deck operation and state government remains fully operational Maryland governor Larry Hogan talk to reporters after signing emergency legislation to free up fifty million dollars to deal with the corona virus we are issuing guidance to cancel all out of state travel for all state employees and advising all agencies to prepare for a period of mandatory telework Hogan also announced the formation of a corona virus response team made up of public health and emergency management experts in a significant victory for house Democrats a federal appeals court panel says the justice department must turn over secret grand jury testimony from special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum this is yet another separation of powers conflict between Congress and the president Congress has constitutional authority to conduct oversight investigations at the same time the president exercises executive privilege to resist subpoenas and maintain confidential communications the question is what are the limits to the president's executive privilege the trump administration has tested this question repeatedly through both the Mahler reports and the Senate impeachment trial Bernie Sanders said he feels good about today's primaries in six states as he greeted supporters in Dearborn Michigan Sanders says his goal is to win every state even though he's trailing Joe Biden in some areas we have to win on that and you know we all right if you deny the delegates behind we got a whole lot of delegates to go stocks are rallying on Wall Street today the.
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"Around a portion of new Rochelle the city with the highest number of coronavirus cases in the state he tells reporters local shop owners don't like the district disruption nobody does local politicians of market disruption I get it this can't be a political decision this is a public health decision the National Guard has been called in to help in the disinfection of schools and other public areas in the neighborhood as well as to deliver food to the residents the shot that will last from this coming Thursday until the twenty fifth of the month the company nineteen virus has infected at least seven hundred people around the country with at least twenty seven deaths twenty two of them in Washington state governor Jay Inslee says steps have to be taken now to prevent the exponential growth of cases in his state so if there are a thousand people infected today in seven or eight weeks there could be sixty four thousand of people infected in the state of Washington if we don't somehow slow down this epidemic in the next week could be a hundred and twenty thousand for most people the virus causes only mild or moderate symptoms such as fever and a cough for some especially older adults and people with existing health problems it can cause more severe illness including pneumonia most people recover in a matter of weeks as has happened with three quarters of those infected in mainland China voters are casting ballots half dozen states holding primaries today for months senator Bernie Sanders who is locked in a tight race with Joe Biden for the democratic party's presidential nomination tells reporters in Dearborn heights Michigan his campaign is following the advice of health officials what we are doing wherever we go.
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"Addressing what he believes is the largest cluster of coronavirus cases in the nation New York governor Andrew Cuomo says schools houses of worship in large gathering places will be closed for two weeks in new Rochelle north of New York City we're also going to use the National Guard in the containment area to deliver food to homes to help with the cleaning of public spaces
"new rochelle" Discussed on AP News
"A portion of new Rochelle the city with the highest number of coronavirus cases in the state he tells reporters local shop owners don't like this for disruption nobody does local politicians of market disruption I get it this can't be a political decision this is a public health decision the National Guard has been called in to help in the disinfection of schools and other public areas in the neighborhood as well as to deliver food to the residents the shot that will last from this coming Thursday until the twenty fifth of the month the Copa nineteen virus has infected at least seven hundred people around the country with at least twenty seven deaths twenty two of them in Washington state governor Jay Inslee says steps have to be taken now to prevent the exponential growth of cases in his state so if there are a thousand people infected today in seven or eight weeks there could be sixty four thousand of people infected in the state of Washington if we don't somehow slow down this epidemic in the next week could be a hundred and twenty thousand for most people the virus causes only mild or moderate symptoms such as fever and a cough for some especially older adults and people with existing health problems it can cause more severe illness including pneumonia most people recover in a matter of weeks as has happened with three quarters of those infected in mainland China voters are casting ballots half dozen states holding primaries today Vermont senator Bernie Sanders who is locked in a tight race with Joe Biden for the democratic party's presidential nomination tells reporters in Dearborn heights Michigan his campaign is following the advice of health officials what we are doing wherever we go.
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"Were stabbed in new Rochelle this afternoon authorities say the stabbings took place on bill if you place the attack they say was domestic in nature we'll have sports in your weather channel forecast up next W. O. R. news time eight oh three for calling one eight hundred got junk this is Serra how can I help I was just calling to say thanks for saving my move how did we do that we were out of time and there was a mountain of junk we were leaving my neighbor said call one eight hundred got junk they work till midnight they can be here in ninety minutes we came through for you you you're an angel for calling thank you thank you thanks for calling one eight hundred got junk this is Serra how can I help a I'm just calling to say thank you U. tells us we should be thinking and I'm a planner excellent I wanted to and we sent it back Houston it hi five girl when you want to send your call one eight hundred got junk one eight hundred dot com W. O. R. news time NATO for in Sports Yankees rays game is postponed because of the weather re schedule for their first game of a single admission double header for tomorrow that's pounded the twins fourteen for your W. what war weather channel forecast once the rain shuts off by Thursday night the big time he build them for the end of the week excessive heat alerts up through the end of the week overnight we're still in a flash flood watch still could be a few gusty storms with locally heavy downpours a low in the muggy mid seventies temporarily cooler Thursday highs in the low to mid eighties with one or two storms possible and running the he begins to build in low to mid nineties heat index levels to a hundred I'm meteorologist marks of it from the weather channel on seven ten W. warm except eight nine breaking news at one start your day with lumberman Michael real in the morning six until ten tomorrow I'm sick because when on seven ten W. O. aren't NBC news radio station now W. O. R. two nine Joe con job on seven ten W. O. R. and my co host Cooper Lawrence's here as well where she's feeling the but the but the good day per day pretty good I miss that show yeah me too I read the Howard Stern book while I was away on vacation in Long Beach island Dr and there was one part worry interviews Jerry Seinfeld it's a very it's a remarkable part of the book the book is basically a a transfer described interviews right based on the radio like Howard and sit down from a typewriter too much for this one no yeah but he and Seinfeld and friends for years they had a live new weaker each other in the Hamptons there really good friend okay and and the it was remarkable what sign Phil had revealed in terms of how he never shuts off.
"new rochelle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"How dare he blamed license? Play guy for this whole fiasco. It's fake news, man. Sad. Sad. Sad. Sad. Very sad. All right. Let's go to marriage. In new Rochelle? What's going on Mary you? I I I couldn't agree with you more. I want Billy Martin out. I want. If this thing doesn't turn around. I'd like that Joe Girardi, but I just can't imagine Brody bandwagon wagon and all these guys bringing Joe Girardi in here. There's just no way that would happen. These guys get treated like, you know, corporate professionals and only have to do is on the field, and they're not doing it. And they got a toenail at a place and they don't play. It's ridiculous running back. Billy martin. Let's get a couple of fistfights in the dugout and everything it'd be great. I've always Backman. While we back anybody. The way night. Let's bring in Darrell strawberry. Keep Hernandez who you know, you know, willing to put it all out there. They're all married, married. They're old school. I'm old school too. I like that too. But one thing I will say it does work 'cause Aaron Boone is doing the same thing. And it's working joining Joe Madden. Who of course, went through a lot recently like last year, and he said that he had to change his ways. But I mean, the guy did win a World Series with the Chicago Cubs, and they've sort of turned it around this year at least early on. But a guy like that his approach worked. It did is he an old school guy. No, he's more of a new school. He's he is the Pete Carroll of bape major league manager. He it was I had Pete Carroll for the jets, and I have to tell you. There are a lot of weird things that went on. But he was really an effective communicator with us, but he was tough. But he also would have some weird things going on like some psychological things happening around the team. And I don't necessarily know that the NFL was truly ready for everything that he was trying to employ at the jets or the or the patriots. But when he left to go to college football, and he really connected with the kids at USC because he's a surfer go surfer, you know. And whether you like it or not he'd bring snoop Dogg to practice, and he he figured out how to connect with people. And I think that's one of the reasons why the Seattle Seahawks one of them. And one of the reasons why they were so good with so many young players of why they're trying to recreate that now is because that's that's who peak Carolina. So I think he's like Joel Madden of the NFL coaches. So you can do it both ways. I'm just like I've been exposed to that way. And it's okay. If you have a veteran team that the bunch of really self motivated guys, but if you have a. A team that is kind of like listless and has no passion and isn't showing any of it. Then then you then I think you've got a leadership problem. Well, I think it's when that guy steps up and gives you that piece of personality for the entirety of one hundred sixty two games sees if you got a hard ass manager, you're gonna lose that clubhouse real quickly. But when things start going south, you need that manager at so point to not just be the convert the embrace her the Souder than Mickey Callaway bid. That's what we're asking. For Mickey Callaway doesn't have to be a guy. Who is? We can't be somebody. He's not right because the players will see right through that. But I mean, you'll you'll lose respect for that clubhouse to if all of a sudden the teams going in the tank for the second year in a row, and you're still sitting there putting bandaids on and then giving them Chewable vitamin when you think of Pat Riley as a head coach of the Knicks. What do you think of think of a hard ass guy who was going to make sure that his team was in? In line. And he wasn't gonna take any crap. And he was the alpha male that led a group of men to championships. Right. But that alpha male is in that position is not around anymore. Maybe popovich's. But I even think Papa just Popovich is figuring out that today's athlete is completely different that they have outside interest. They make so much money. NFL coaching exists still in the college college football too that that exists in college football. Yeah. One hundred percent, but it doesn't it doesn't exist. I think in major league the loop Pinellas of the world do now with hundred percent. You're right now all run by the front office, the general manager and the analytics people, I mean, he's the managers just another dude in a uniform really part of the chain of command. Right. Freddy in New Jersey what's happening, Freddie. Good morning guy, a friend the problem with the problem with sports now is is at all. These managers are forced to kiss, you know, to be nice guys because the new millennial is it's all mental. So they don't feel good. They don't even want to get on the court. They don't wanna get on the field. I called you sports for basketball, soccer, and baseball and the kids these days, the kids even at five six seven eight years old are not the same as as we were when we were kids where you if you feel down you got up, and you and you played again. Now these kids at eight years old I have parents telling me all getting in its head can you arrest them Kenny Kenny not play. And then all of a sudden when they think they're headed straight, the ready to say, let kids start again, and that that's where they go, and they're in college, and they gotta they gotta be massaged. And now, they get the pro sports, and they make all this money. And all these owners are looking for a coach at all. That'll best make them happy instead of just making them play. Well, and and get better and work hard. Yeah. I mean, I think it depends on the type of superstars you have. I mean, there are some superstars out there to get the best out of them. You gotta make sure that they are in a good mind frame. And that's what sucks about it is in order to keep your job in the NBA. You gotta make sure that that superstar likes you. And you have a positive influence on them. Because the second that you lose that guy. You're Don, could you imagine? If you a patch? And you were dealing with Oto Beckham junior after he got his new contract. Your badge. What that's like that. In one of the reasons he's not here because there was no respect. I think given Odell Beckham junior towards Pat Shurmur. Yeah. He's like herding cats man, if you're new coach, and you've got a couple of big personalities like that. And you're coming in from me to be again the perception for me. And this is why it was easy to predict that he was going to be head coach of the giants is that you know, he's not going to embarrass the team. He's going to be a good face of the franchise. And when he can't control the players, you got you gotta move the players because you can't go fire the coach again. No, no, no, no, not that quick. Absolutely. Not all right, boomer and geo on the fan CBS sports network. Give it away more Yankee tickets next half.
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"Love you told me this morning when I woke up that this would be the topic of the day. I don't think I would have believed you we're talking about Robert Kraft some crazy allegations. But he's being charged now with soliciting a prostitute in Florida, and apparently he was going to these massage places that have now been implicated in a human trafficking ring. And he wasn't just the first timer. Listen, it's tricky here when when Schefter says that there's there might be a bigger name or too involved here to speculate on that. So that's where we that's where it gets a little dicey. But at the same time this is. Too bad. Why do we need a speculative go with what we know in the story of what what there is right now. You know, if this is getting bigger than then it's really going to get ugly. Then it's really going to get out. We're going to try to get Amy dash up here in a minute idea from CBS and talk about this legal analyst. Nikki and new Rochelle's going to start us off today. Nikki what's up couple couple points. I don't hang up and listen first of all. Would would do crafts for? I would think that he would have called girls. Escort service instead of going to massage parlor, they're calling you human trafficking. I live in new Rochelle actually, Ray rice there in new Rochelle there in my hair all over the screen. They're rushing their Brazilian. It's not human trafficking Dabbagh massage. They ask you if you want. You tip 'em whatever it is. The reason why getting on the annual the second hang on a second though. Listen who knows these kinds of places are everywhere. But Maggie read something earlier off the air to us that was to me at least that was particularly interesting about the human trafficking part of it. And they're not talking about necessarily underage people talking about people that are thirties to fifties that are being human human traffic. What was that about? I like to make at eight out of ten of these places are beside the massage probably do the illegal things. So I don't understand why one opens that they don't send a copper somebody undercover and close it immediately. Why would they leave it open for a year, and you could pick everyone everyone does who. Jodi, MAC was just on and the poor guy's apologizing because he mentioned Donald Trump's name with craft. I mean this country today the people have to accept the Donald Trump is the president. Did you heat? They mentioned his name. You gotta be afraid that people aren't going to call the Paul Johnson mentioning his name to previous sad state of affairs. Nothing to do with what's going on today zero absolutely zero. Let's I don't even want to get it anywhere near that. Because it has it's not material. It's not your main to what we're talking about half of what the what the facts are reported facts are that we have right again can read a little about this. If you want me to. This is from the Polaris project. So this is a players project is basically nonprofit that wants to help a radical. Late modern day slavery. Right. It's dot org. These are people who know what they're doing. You always want to go to an expert here we are. So essentially what how this works in terms of trafficking. Usually they're women who are trafficked to massage parlors there typically immigrants that come from all over the place south East Asia. Specifically is often the case there often lied to or seriously seriously misled about the type of work they'll be doing by traffickers who know they have debts. They need to pay our otherwise, no position to say, no to a source of income once they get to the parlor traffickers step up their control with a combination of manipulation and blackmail, a woman who speaks little English whose identification documents are held by traffickers, whose finances are controlled by traffickers, and who have been transported by traffickers to an unfamiliar places told that she has a quote unquote choice to provide commercial sex or to leave and take care of herself. Final bit traffickers have told her that if she leaves no one will help her. That the police are corrupt. They won't listen to her or believer that she'll be arrested for prostitution or deported. And that her family will be told the shameful story that she's working in the sex industry in the United States. And we'll be required to pay off her debts given this situation. There's no real choice for the victim either. She stays the bizarre parlor abiding by the rules, set by the trafficker or risks losing everything. And I mean that just lays out just how this happens. And if you're not familiar with what we're talking about that thought that crystallized it very, well, if anybody that's traveled the world who only speaks English and myself going over to other places, not being able to communicate how helpless that is of a filling then knowing that you're somewhere illegally a place that you're not familiar with you don't know where to find people that help you people that you can communicate with what do you do? What are your options? Yeah. Actually that you're a single woman with a child right turn yourself in. And they get sit back to the same place that you try to run from like, what are you do said back to the calls James in Connecticut. You'll be with us in a couple of minutes here. Hey, Jim, how are you? Good. How are you? Thanks for taking my call chomping at the bit here two points, if I can make them I bought you want to get rid of the human trafficking, Australia Day. If you do it Nevada, you make prostitution illegal, and then the demand for those girls is gone. Okay. I can think Robert Kraft. Eight a woman for sex broke the law now if he had say oh Bill ballot. Check videotape. It and posted the porn up. No, lots of been broken. Oh, go ahead. I'm gonna let that around here. Minute. Really care too. Because I don't know what has to be anything. Maybe Amy shed some light on the laws are different. We're over to here. John Denver, John. What's up? I'll tell you to help you guys out here. First of all, you know, it's is definitely avenue. To these women, you know with sex, Dr king. I don't deny that by bar. I do want to disagree with you a little bit. This had nothing to do with football activities. I hate the patriots as much as you buy, you know, taking away draft picks taking away doing something. That would hurt the football working today. House. Can you? I'm sorry. Go ahead. You say no there was no spider. Who is? He was out of the state. It was a personal thing that he was doing the NFL should find him. And there should be some, you know, some sort of discipline, you know, against him in the organization so tell you this way draft pick one of you getting in trouble for doing something illegal, and they take our whole show up the ass. Right. So tell me this what happens to a team if a player gets caught with DWI. They suspend the player, right? Is that not hurting hurting the team by taking one and pretend to when their best players? All right. You take away from team doesn't hurt. The teen choice made a personal. For what you did is conduct detrimental on the football conduct detrimental. So. Jim Irsay did is, you know, do you think his, you know, his his disciplined with fair? No on wasn't even started. Oh, you finding a billionaire five hundred thousand dollars is pocket. Change. Pocket change, especially somebody like, that's a billionaire. What's five hundred thousand dollars? They just write that off in their taxes as a loss. It does. Absolutely nothing. What message does that send? So now, you wanna tell the players that they supposed to abide by rules, but you own inspect the owners to abide by rules. So how do you? How do you heard him? You heard his business in his businesses winning football games. Right. So that's how you come after him you. So what do you do just say, okay? Don't be around the team. So he can watch your games from his mansion. So if you're in this position, though, if you're if you're the league. It very very tricky. As to how to deal with this because you can look at this as she charged with a felony. Technically what he's done is he charged with a misdemeanor is soliciting in Florida a misdemeanor or Philly. What's going on? I mean, there's there's a lot of different parts of this. They that loses job for that. He did NFL network. Right. He lost his job. So owner can't lose their job. From owning the team unless you force them the team. All right. Let's bring Amy dash from CBS legal analyst who joins us right now are any what first of all. Have you been able to surmise at of everything that we've heard so far, it's Carlin? Megan Barth, by the way, thanks for. Sure. Thanks for having me on. So basically Bob Kraft has not been arrested. But what happened is this was an undercover sting? They have video evidence of the sex acts being performed on him allegedly. That's what the cops are saying on two separate occasions. He went into a day spa in Jupiter Florida, and he had sex X performed on him caught on tape. So now what they've done is. They've filed charges for solicitation of prostitution charges are with the district attorney's office in Florida and a district. Attorney is going to decide whether to issue a warrant for his arrest are they felony charges? Or are they misdemeanor charge meaner charges? Okay. So there's. No minors were involved and no minors were involved. There's no indication or any way that he's part of the ring. This is simply he's. Customer customer. That's it. Right. But the police chief did have some damning comments basically saying that everybody who's part of this as culpable for the ring as the people who organized at the ring, and the rationale is that if their customers, then there's going to be no human trafficking is that one of those things where people say ignorance is not a defense. Yeah. I mean, there's no question here because there was an exchange of money for sex acts that were performed on camera. So I mean to claim that you had no idea that was what was going on. When when you're caught in the act that's not going to be a possible defense, I met as far as the ring like should did he necessarily would Robert Kraft be expected to understand that there could be human trafficking going on behind? I mean, I think that's what your point. That's a great point. And I think that's why he's there are no charges connected to the actual ring. This is just a straight solicitation of prostitution charge. Because how would he know Amy? What's going on down there in south Florida right now? How this is connected to the Jeff F Epstein stuff that we've heard a little bit about the news..
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"Right you grew up in new rochelle new york what we like as a kid did you always have this atra perennial spirit feminist attitude i mean what what was your plan well if you had a sears i definitely did not have a plan at six years old i was just a really social extroverted kin like i loved singing dancing acting i always had a million friends i loved being around other people so i think that the commonality between who i am today and who i was as a kid is that i drive all of my happiness in energy from being around other people and my family was is a very large kind of very chaotic big family we had like a open door policy growing up so they're always people in my house kind of coming in and out and i really love being an environment with tons of people tons of different people i find it fun and exciting i never need alone time in fact they're actually hate alone time i could be at peace in a room of like a thousand other people yeah i can totally relate to that and i wasn't entrepreneurial as a kid so i wasn't i didn't have the lemonade just going to say i did some things like i sold you know i sold like string bracelets on vacations in like ice cold like passover candy for my school thing and i would always like i was always good at sales just because i loved yourself shaw.