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"nick roman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"nick roman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Baseball and Kansas city rob all right sign any squeezed in between Nick Roman R. TA go demerit will score without a throw how about that Grayson Greiner just back with the Tigers squeezes a single into right field one nothing types can occur soon Jim price they have the call in ninety seven one the tickets but it was Jorge Solaar who had the three run dinner in the fourth inning to put the Kansas City Royals out front three runs to one and that's where we stand right now yeah no Norris's nights done he had three punch outs over three innings pitched he gave up those three runs true Verhagen now on the hill for the Tigers as there down three runs to one here in the bottom of five in KC over the long weekend the A. P. south twenty five went twenty three in the old leaving the ranking mostly unchanged today after a win over middle Tennessee state's Michigan football remaining number seven in the country now despite a win over visiting Tulsa Michigan state's not the same story they dropped one spots to number nineteen today head coach mark Dantonio showing some displeasure over the way his team was playing Friday night so you don't know where to go you got to play with effort and toughness and too many that with too much of that was to me was lacking and I'm a call as I see it up here right now so we can send a message to our our football team and we got a long season ahead of us and we can we can play much better than that retirement paying red wings defenseman Niklas Kronwall he played fifteen years in the NHL all of which right here in Detroit he was one of four defenseman to record at least four hundred career points with the red wings those others being Nicholas Lidstrom reed Larson and red Kelly sports at fifteen and forty five past each hour on W. W. J. traffic.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

"From KPCC news I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at seven oh one the only county sheriff's department has launched a criminal investigation of its own watchdog agency we get details from KPCC Shan McNary a key target of the investigation is inspector general Max huntsman ABC seven first broke the story undersheriff Timmer calmly said in a letter to the board of supervisors that the potential crimes include theft of confidential personnel files and burglary last November huntsman downloaded a number of personnel files including Alex to be a new way of us a few days before vean waiver took office as sheriff huntsman told ABC seven that everything he did was legal and part of his normal duties were calmly said vean waiver recused himself from the investigation and he asked the supervisors to remove huntsman from his job as inspector general while the investigation is under way the county C. E. O. responded in a letter saying the supervisors believe the entire sheriff's department should recuse itself from the investigation and that they will not reassign huntsman I'm sure and make merry one more note news of the investigation comes two days after the inspector general published a report that said Chevy in a way that has frequently blocked his attempts at oversight the frame is next at seven OO to is your beloved car ready for retirement it's been good to you so give it a proper send off by donating it to KPCC will pick up your vehicle handle all the paperwork I use the proceeds from itself the power the news and programming you love on KPCC you can also get a tax deduction it's easy to do it makes a big difference to independent fact based journalism in your community go to KPCC dot org.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

"KPCC news on Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at seven o'clock authorities in northern Nevada say they've searched an apartment believed to have been used by the nineteen year old man responsible for Sunday's shootings at the Gilroy garlic festival two children and a man in his twenties were killed mineral county district attorney Shawn road today come from the search by the FBI and local sheriff's deputies of one of three homes overlooking Walker lake it's about fifty miles southeast of Lake Tahoe the sheriff in mineral county declined to comment on what was sought or found the shootings have staggered Gil Roy in part because the garlic festival is the city's signature event ID mark draws more than one hundred thousand people to the place that bills itself as the garlic capital of the world Rachel Myra was the acting Silicon Valley bureau chief for San Francisco public radio station KQED she was in Gilroy today this three day celebration of the city's heritage generations of it of individual families volunteer every year supporting local businesses and nonprofits and schools folks I talked to to say when they heard about thirteen year old Kayla Salazar if you're a thirteen year old in Gilroy you may not have known her personally but she probably knew of her that's how close knit Gil Rory is the idea that somebody who knows go right and knows how important this festival is would walk in and start shooting he knew that he was hitting people right at the heart of where this community lives KQED reporter Rachel my role at thirty say the gunman bought the rifle used in the shooting in Nevada it was a legal purchase there or KPCC news at seven thirty just before the daily from The New York Times at seven oh two on the next fresh air we look at the bizarre world.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

"News. I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at seven, oh one let's continue with the analysis of the Trump's speech on border security, but with his southern California view KPCC immigration reporter, Lesley bear Stein. Roe Haas is with us, and Leslie he recently visited Tijuana to talk to migrant families is there and uncontrolled illegal migration crisis as the president's subscribed tonight. Well, I'd say that relative to say a decade ago when I was covering the border in San Diego. No, I mean, there are more asylum seekers and families coming from Central America. Now, I met several d'amitie wanna when I was there a couple of weeks ago, but they're relatively few compared with the sheer numbers of people who were crossing illegally a decade ago. I mean in the mid two thousand there were more than a million illegal border crossing arrests year, you could save DAT with an illegal immigration crisis. But this past fiscal year two thousand eighteen there were fewer than four hundred thousand arrests that's a little more than. In two thousand seventeen but it's still pretty low. In fact, the last time the border crossing arrest were this low was in the early nineteen seventies. In fact, there are more people now who illegally overstay their visas than there are people who illegally crossed the border. Okay. What about any threat from terrorists or crime and drugs is the president talked about tonight. What last September the US State Department issued reports seeing that in two thousand seventeen there was quote, no credible. Evidence indicating that terrorist groups had established bases in Mexico or worked with Mexican drug cartels or sent any operatives via Mexico into the US as far as drugs. Yes. Drugs entering from Mexico is a problem, however, illegal drug shipments tend to come into ports of entry like Santa see Joe so border wall worth billions of dollars. Unfortunately, would not have a big impact there. And yes, the president did once more link immigrants with crime if he's long done, but the data doesn't bear that out though shows that native born American citizens offended a higher rate than first generation emigrants. So what can we say? Actually happening at the border. Well in the past weeks, we've been hearing more about what's described as a humanitarian crisis, the president alluded to humanitarian crisis. If not quite this, but thousands of central Americans, including many families have been arriving seeking asylum after fleeing violence and instability back home some have come in illegally, but many others are camped out in shelters on the Mexican side waiting for a chance to present themselves to us officials. So they can apply for asylum. When I visited one I saw families who were just waiting. They taken a number hoping they could get an interview with US officials a process of taking very long time right now and some were camped in the street intense living in squalid conditions sanitation was minimal to kids living there. So yeah, you can call that a crisis in its own right? And I'm going to skip two to one final question for you would offense deter the migrants that have arrived at the border. You know, that's a really good question. I mean, most of the folks in Tijuana said they would wait to present themselves to US officials, but some are starting to get desperate a few said, they might just stay in Mexico. But a few also said they might take their chances and try coming illegally instead because they realize that their chance for asylum slim to none. So I suppose that more border security deter some of them even of crossing illegally wasn't what they'd intended. All right. Leslie, thanks so much. Thank you. ABC's Leslie, Barry Stein, Roe Haas. And we'll have more reaction and fact checking on the Trump speech on border security tomorrow during morning edition. It starts at five with KPCC Suzanne wild like it's seven oh, two KABC supporters include an pictures, presenting if Beale street could talk directed by Barry Jenkins, the filmmaker behind moonlight now nominated for three Golden Globe awards, including best motion picture drama now. Playing welcome to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us R and B singer R Kelly is in the news once again for his alleged sexual abuse of underage girls. Some of the reported victims of the singer whose real name is Robert Silvester Kelly appear in a new documentary series called surviving R Kelly..

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New U.S. sanctions are expected to hit Iranians hard

The Frame

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

New U.S. sanctions are expected to hit Iranians hard

"Be quite a while before the tree of life synagogue can reopen was the scene of a brutal shooting last week when a man entered the synagogue and opened fire on worshipers killing eleven and wounding a number of others, including four police officers. Suspected gunman was arraigned this week on a forty four count indictment. Charging him with murder hate crimes. Obstructing the practice of religion. The White House says cheering another strong jobs report, which comes just days before the midterm elections. NPR's? Scott Horsely reports US employers added two hundred and fifty thousand jobs last month as the unemployment rate held steady the low three point seven percent. The jobs report top even some of the rosier projections, showing employers in all sorts of industries were hiring at a healthy clip. What's more the tight labor market is finally showing up in higher wages over the last year hourly wages grew by? Three point one percent. The fastest pace in nine years. White House economists Kevin Hassett says weekly paychecks grew even faster as many employees worked longer hours. Basically anyone who wants to work more at the job? They have is having an easy time doing some people who'd previously given up looking for work or not re entering the job market more than seven hundred thousand new workers joined the labor force last month. Most of those people found jobs, Scott Horsely, NPR news, Washington, the nation's trade gap. That's the difference between what other countries send to the US. An American firm send abroad wind in September Commerce Department says the trade gap had fifty four billion dollars up one point three percent from the previous month. Stocks ended would have been a brief string of obsessions. The market faltering amid concerns about device maker Apple's recent earnings numbers. The Dow fell one hundred nine points to twenty five thousand to seventy the NASDAQ closed down seventy seven points today, the standard and Poor's five hundred was down seventeen points. You're listening to NPR and. From KPCC news. I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at seven hundred four the nation's immigration courts are dealing with a serious case backlog things got even Messier this week in L, A and other cities KPCC's less. They bear Stein. Roe Haas attorney Jean REEs was standing in line with a client outside the downtown LA immigration court this week when she noticed something was amiss. We weren't moving in line, which was odd.

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World Digest: June 10, 2018

Midday on WNYC

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

World Digest: June 10, 2018

"A rescue boat which is over six hundred african migrants on board is currently searching for a port to dock the migrants were picked up from rubber motorboats in the mediterranean sea near libya the italian interne minister has refused the rescue boat entry to italian ports and says malta should take it multi says it has nothing to do with the rescue boat and it was under italian jurisdiction the boat called the clarice is run by the charity sos mediterrane nick roman knock is a spokesperson for them and joins us now nick great to have you with us just give us the latest on the boat where is it now and what's the condition of people on board good morning so aquarius has lost light is it stopped inbetween inbetween malta and sicily upon receiving instructions from the italian authorities to do so so there is an impasse.

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Lawyers, workers question putting immigration detainees in U.S. prisons

The Frame

01:54 min | 2 years ago

Lawyers, workers question putting immigration detainees in U.S. prisons

"In one day you know it was it that's possible you wake up with that doniama you wake up you're going to marry you wally ray hit a black damn i get locked up today i can get killed today i'm michael barbaro that's coming up on the daily from the new york times the daily begins in five minutes but first from kpcc news i'm nick roman with the stories we're covering at seven thirty buses with immigration detainees on board began arriving this morning at the federal lockup in victorville a thousand detainees will be housed there was immigration authorities say they're running out of space at their own facilities kpcc's libby dankner says some critics are raising red flags about moving immigration detainees into prisons immigration advocates including lawyers that i spoke to said hold on these detainees have not been convicted of a crime there awaiting civil proceedings and a federal jail isn't necessarily set up to handle them on that last point the union for prison guards at victorville says doesn't like the idea of adding a thousand people to the prison population john's omkar with the american federation of government employees lok thirty nine sixty nine says there aren't enough staffers at victorville and he says they've said that to the warden and the federal bureau prisons so that was a big surprise that they were going to give us a thousand new people and not give us one new staff member the prison guards union says they're worried that prison clinics don't have enough guards and nurses to handle the detainees medical needs more on the printing air that left about one hundred eighteen thousand names valley county vote of valley county voters off the voter rolls during tuesday statewide primary election the problem was big enough that the la county board of supervisors and the la county.

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"nick roman" Discussed on Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

"Is a guy who likes to take the corpse out for a nice night on the town maybe buy some flowers or brute or special surprise before taking it back to his place for quote that cap on quote we all know what that means you're gonna try and tell me that makes it okay oh pullback on the reins there cal boy i don't even wanna know what kind of six school you went to where they taught you that from but nick roman sure is not someone who has six did people that's a knicker failure i thought that was a subset of the larger group which only performed such despicable acts on dead people called philip you're thinking a nickel filipion that's exactly right no my friend i'm a magician who can reanimate and talk to the dead i'm a nick romance her that's what i am i guess i could sing a little too maybe made a little money in my time but i stay in corrected serey schedule some time mcalinden deride a formal apology all the people are kicked out of my dungeons and dragons playgroups over the years added the appointment to your calendar starting back everybody there's some sort of disembodied demon spirit still lurking about oh home elvis elvis elvis comedown it's just zeke's phone it speaks as though it were in current you'll have to excuse me i've been trapped in some sort of other worldly prison dimension for what year is it what year is it classic fake prison dimension story follow up question you know where show is evergreen in its whatever year someone's listening evergreen have you been binging on marketing seminars again synergy so the answer is yes you've been watching and no you haven't been understanding maximize your box think the year is squash measures has declared.

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"nick roman" Discussed on Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

"Is a guy who likes to take the corpse out for a nice night on the town maybe buy some flowers or brute or special surprise before taking it back to his place for quote that cap on quote we all know what that means you're gonna try and tell me that makes it okay oh pullback on the reins there cal boy i don't even wanna know what kind of six school you went to where they taught you that from but nick roman sure is not someone who has six did people that's a knicker failure i thought that was a subset of the larger group which only performed such despicable acts on dead people called philip you're thinking a nickel filipion that's exactly right no my friend i'm a magician who can reanimate and talk to the dead i'm a nick romance her that's what i am i guess i could sing a little too maybe made a little money in my time but i stay in corrected serey schedule some time mcalinden deride a formal apology all the people are kicked out of my dungeons and dragons playgroups over the years added the appointment to your calendar starting back everybody there's some sort of disembodied demon spirit still lurking about oh home elvis elvis elvis comedown it's just zeke's phone it speaks as though it were in current you'll have to excuse me i've been trapped in some sort of other worldly prison dimension for what year is it what year is it classic fake prison dimension story follow up question you know where show is evergreen in its whatever year someone's listening evergreen have you been binging on marketing seminars again synergy so the answer is yes you've been watching and no you haven't been understanding maximize your box think the year is squash measures has declared.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

"For women to find out how hollywood i imagine female characters yes there was a lot of fantastic writing but also a lot of very sexist trends and a focus on beauty to an almost absurd degree that makes you realize a lot of the problems in hollywood has when it comes to gender start on the page and the director of the teen sex comedy blockers on what her film says about double standards it's about going like why is it so bad for me to have sex life as a young woman are think about sexuality all that after this break from abc news i'm nick roman with the stories we're covering at seven hundred one today's magnitude five point three earthquake in the middle of the channel islands lit up twitter as soon as the shaking stopped here's what kpcc listeners shared with us today from steph la sitting in a three story building at cal state long beach felt a slight rolling for less than a minute l e g con says she felt the quake in valley glen mild and short says at policy speak we felt it in simi valley the building rock gently for a good ten seconds or sell pammy eighty six ninety seven says she felt it in santa ana at bombay cowgirl said the mcpherson building in echo park was swaying for a good fifteen seconds or so we got this from martin j durant who says i felt it here in silverlake my chair swayed slightly from side to side for a second i thought my stomach doc was grumbling hey ch emily says the quake sent the hanging lamp swinging in west hills and at todd battles near lax says he thought this was the start of the big one i'm worry todd it wasn't least not this time share your story.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

"From member supported eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman with news as you're heading home the big storm moving into california tomorrow will bring a lot of snow to the sierra and plenty of rain to southern california of course we could use that rain as long as it's not too much too much is what sent a giant river of mud pouring off the thomas fire burns zone above mono sito back in january and right into hundreds of homes below twenty one people were killed robert luhn is santa barbara county emergency management director he says the mudslide threat this time around is not as severe buddy's still there the area still are chock full of debris up in the mountains and so debris flows are just as likely to occur depending on the intensity of liu in says public works crews in santa barbara county have been busy prepping debris and flood basin since last month's big storm they've got him about ninety percent cleared out and we will have more on santa barbara storm pratt in about three minutes the los angeles city council committee that oversees the la river reached a compromise today on new rules to close the river to recreation when levels of harmful bacteria march to high kpcc's emily garin was at the committee meeting this afternoon the la river officially opened dick hiking back in 20 can never been ben public official eight the problem which is how do you balance revitalization of the river with protecting the health of.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

"It is members supported eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman as part of the california dream collaboration that brings together kpcc with newsrooms across the state are transportation reporter meghan mccarty krino will be looking at mobility issues and how they relate to the changing idea of the california dream today she was on air talk larry mantle asking listeners about how elis worse worsening traffic affects their lives the the the new the lead nobel more people walk in la than went missing persons recorded that song but still the primary mode of transit is the personal automobile in fact there's been a spike in car sales gas is still relatively cheap and so more and more people driving means more and more congestion the question is how was that affecting your life in was angeles as it defected where you choose to live has changed the way do you use the city you're one of the things i've said on air talk over the years is get out and use southern california we have all these incredible communities and experiences and places to go to get the full la experience wolf much harder to take that advice and actually do it now so high how has traffic a and the difficulty getting around affected girelli experience we're at eight six six eight nine three kpcc or the air talk page kpcc dot org and with me making mccarty querino kpcc reporter who covers commuting.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Go to the head of the class nick roman ahead of the class bill was coming up let's get clark on the line baton rouge shallow clark hello of our thank you for taking my call i've been listening since 1993 thanked and by the way forward started i haven't heard you uh mentioned uh your golf game than over ten years i was wondering if you're still playing ally yeah i love the game and uh you know i mean nobody on the pga circuit has anything to worry about clark but no i love the game world the best thing about retiring from being able to play during metal week yeah well i'll tell you what you've got something going there asked question i have for years uh thank you i was listening to you last week talking about quantitative tycoon and the influence and uh on low interest rates go on up and stuff and i have a bunch of rietz and you've said that uh higher interest rates creates a headwind parites i'm trying to understand that i was wondering if you could enlighten me a little better yeah it's tom petition its competition for the money in other words saw yield competition as rates go up there is more competition from the bond market because you can buy bonds you could buy treasury bonds even and you get higher yields and higher yields compete with the yields on the reits and that's the reason is a headwind and i think that if you check the performance of your reits i think you will see that has been a headwind oh yeah i've been i've noticed that my wife or more four five months but you've been pretty significant yell trying to figure out what how it's going to affect me going forward of adam for several years i got it real good entry point up still in the black in there and make pig booed geno a a cut revenue which is what i walked retirement so i'm just wondering how things are gonna go going forward i think that which well i'll tell you i'll tell you what you don't want to tell you what you don't want to see what you.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

"Aides members supported eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman no doubt you've been following the olympics the winter olympics in south korea on the ice american mirai nagase su who landed the first triple axel by an american woman in olympic history and there was us gator adam rippin who competed for the man in my and alex should tawny the ship sib's they compete in free dance as a team so far the us is taken home the bronze and figure skating to compete some us skaters had to go through one place here in southern california take two host a martinez paid a visit and let the ranks in lakewood mr sylla pti holds three different ice rings in welcome somewhere between fifteen to twenty thousand athletes each year and it's also a training ground for some of the nation's top figure skaters now to give us a tour is general manager phil zamora phil thanks for having us out no problem at all so how intertwined is this place with a winter olympics well our association affiliation with the olympics is having three athletes currently me olympics practice out of here six days a week adam ripon and nathan chen representing the usa and then we from the czech republic we have michael brassinne ah we also have ashley you wagner who is a former olympian who trains at a hearing in mariah belt who's also skits for the united states toward talking about people from all over the world coming to train their yes we have people from all over the world to come in rain here under i ruffles instruction whose ruffa who rafael it are tuning in and forgive me if i a mess of his name but i call them raff he's the olympic coach he's a figure senior instructor who came to us in two years ago he's been coaching for over thirty years he's a coach former olympians michelle kwan other national champions as well and was looking for a facility to train as athletes we were able to provide him with the amount of i said he needed for his athletes which prompted him to make the move here arthaud can we get a tour of the facility absolutely let's start off with dr olympics ice sheet rink a rate this way right off the bat i can feel the cold though just figure skaters right now he added six this this hours dedicated to freestyle sessions bill earlier.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

"From members supported eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman with news as you're heading home the trump administration's proposed changes in immigration would create a path to citizenship for the young unauthorized immigrants brought here as children the daca immigrants but kpcc's leslie bernstein raw says the trump plan also calls for a reduction in family based legal immigration if citizenship is made available to one point eight million young immigrants the president wants concessions from democrats one would limit who could be sponsored his emigrants for decades this has included siblings parrots and adult children the white house wants to restrict that dispels his and minor children only anthony nong is with asianamericans advancing justice in los angeles he has protection from deportation under the federal daca program that's expiring soon and he could benefit from trump's plan but he says not at the expense of relatives creeping that effort operative uh having your family reunited i think it it what immoral for people to have to have to go through that question some conservatives aren't sold on the entire proposal either mark krikorian with the center for immigration studies favors limits on entry by family members there's no reason they should be given this kind of priority or or special prerogatives to move to the united states but he doesn't like giving legal status to so many young immigrants covering immigration i'm leslie bear stein roe haas we'll have more on the trump plan for immigration in about three minutes the sacramental be says an investigation by its reporters as found the state government eight up more than twenty five billion dollars during a threeyear span to settle sexual harassment claims was cases were spread across two dozen state government agencies and ten uc or csu campuses the payouts ranged from five hundred dollars to settle a complaint by a prison inmate up to ten million dollars for four wards at a youth walk up in chino he said they'd been sexually abused by a staff counselor that one took ten years to settle governor jerry brown today unveiled a new proposal to put.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

"State of the record industry and speaking of the grammys pianist and composer billy child's has nominated for best jazz album he tells us how los angeles inspired his hybrid composing styled like grew up but not really seeing any difference between a beautifully stay to work of art in jazz and in classical to me it was all the same thing and there's a new player on the animated movie seen all that and more after this short break from kpcc news i'm nick roman with the stories were covering at seven a one us department of justice is threatening to subpoena los angeles and other cities over sanctuary policies of public radio's been bradford says it's the latest move by the trump administration in a dispute about whether local policies to protect undocumented immigrants violate federal law the justice department has demanded the twenty three cities counties and state agencies turnover any instructions they've given want forcement or public employees to not cooperate with federal agents the trump administration says it can revoke federal law enforcement grants to states and local governments the don't share information with immigration agents city say that's an unconstitutional federal overreach judges in chicago and san francisco have rejected to broader attempts to trip funding from sanctuary cities and executive order from the president and a justice department attempt to withhold future law enforcement grants the trump administration is appealing those decisions california receives about twenty eight million dollars annually from the grants at state capital and been bradford the desert news newspaper quotes a defiant coachella mere steven hernandez this evening saying his heavily latino city would not comply with the justice department demand says hernandez.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

"Yeah hey i'm tom power the new blade runner twenty forty nine is the longawaited sequel to the original critics are already praising director dini villneuve for his work calling it a sifi masterpiece he talks about the pressures of obtaining a film that means so much to so many people that coming up on cue from pri public radio international join us tonight at ten o'clock and eighty nine point three kpcc its members supported eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman our highs tomorrow in southern california will be in the '70s one more time once the overnight low clouds and fog clear we will warm up every day this week in by the end of the week we'll be in the upper 80s and even in the '90s in some spots coming up about ten minutes more kpcc news as you're heading home until about some of the seven californians who were at last night's country music concert in las vegas witnesses to the shooting and the panic we will also talk about some of those who were killed in the gunfire we'll hear from kpcc's frank stoltz easy in las vegas talking with friends and relatives of those who died we'll have a conversation about technology to locate shooter is like the one last night and we will also hear from a hotel security expert who says things we'll have to change in his industry and i'll comes up at seven thirty when we're back with news right now let's get back to the fraying.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

"Dot org flash research aides members supported media nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman you've seen the black pow mia flags flying its stay adm said state capitals high above front porches and part of a longrunning effort by veterans groups and others to keep the government from forgetting those left behind primarily those left behind in vietnam but as time passes and the chance of finding living amazed wendell's how will the movement go on jay price reports for the american home front project the vince like this one legacy of a movement it started half a century ago about two hundred people many arriving on motorcycles are gathered at a military memorial norton are camp lejune somewhere jack has the same rolling thunder and have sown on patches and the i'd chronic black and white pow and mia flying liverpol united in involved with the ability the reminding the government and the media we will know david lynch's in afghanistan and iraq veteran and the chapter president i know if i died in a foreign land i would like to note of my country would try to bring me back home so my family would have closure the problem was as we had a lot of personnel over of one were to korea and vietnam who died in foreign lands and the government made no attempt to bring them back that was the situation half a century ago at the peak of the vietnam war history professor michael allen of northwestern university wrote a book on the movement called until the last man colmes home pows emi as and the on ending vietnam war traditional practice prior to the vietnam war was that casualty resolution teams did everything it could to recover the remains of.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

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01:50 min | 3 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

"Our schools as well and you know sometimes even become normalised wherever quote unquote victim doesn't even see it as a hate incident oregon epa fat is just part of every day every day gift and i know for some of my unip a synagogue in their schools oftentimes somebody will refer to them as a jew and if not meant in a positive it's meant in a negative way and you know this is not a crime but yet it has negative over tone to it to make them uncomfortable and that's something we have to address than it's something our commission kills very strongly about as do our partners rabbi thanks so much my pleasure thank you for taking an interest dander getting the word out there that when these things happen they should let us now that's a rabbi richard stein burgis the chairman of the orange county human relations commission with the latest numbers on hate crimes in orange county its members supported eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman the spacecraft cassini has been orbiting saturn four and more than a decade but its mission is about to come to and end on friday when it runs out of fuel and burns up in saturn's atmosphere since april cassini has made 22 orbits that have taken it in between saturn in the planet's famous rings the maneuvers have been risky but researchers at the jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena say they were necessary to find out more about what the rings are made of and how they were formed kpcc's science reporter jacob margolis has our story during these insuring orbits the danger was real as cassini repeatedly pass through areas with debris all it would take is impact with something.

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"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

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02:30 min | 3 years ago

"nick roman" Discussed on KPCC

"That in the day's news in actual california at nine am right here its members supported eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman the ufc community has been learning something new every day since the la times expose last week about the former dean of the medical school at a lengthy report alleged that darker carmen fito was a regular user of illegal hard drugs and that he prescribed asthma medication to a couple of younger meth smokers there were many more revelations to since then some staffers some students and a lot of alumni have denounced the leadership at usc essay failures from on high have damaged the schools reputation well today on kpcc's air todd guest host liby dank been taught with usca alarms about it all she also spoke with simon barker he heads up the blue moon consulting group its crisis management firm with a specialty in higher education and libya asked him what the news about the former med school dean has done to us sees well tailored image i think one of the things that we discovered alter doing this for your fifteen twenty years is there's a lot more to the story than typically in the public domain adults the uae of red is what can the la times so i think we have to reserved trump pulled of judgement but i will say to the the the fact of the story a certainly quite his injury but really where the things we consider all how is the administration responding and in our view is always the perception of response raw them the underlying event dot create the reputational davidge and i think that the situation where we now when the story start to move from being about uh poorly fito to what the administration knew and way yeah i think that that's an interesting point because there are situations when you run a major institution like this where folks are going to run into personal crises into substance abuse issues into various misdeeds but the question is how then does the university respond you know in your view when i universities approached by a major newspaper and the la times as the preeminent newspaper in los angeles with a story like this how much information to you need from the.

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