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ODH Issues Warning as COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Surge Across the State
"The Ohio Department of Health Friday giving an update on the rise in covid related hospitalizations. Director Dr Bruce Vanderhof said on July 9th only 200 Ohioans were hospitalized with the virus. On Thursday, the number was over 2000. Sadly, it continues to be true that unvaccinated Ohio Islands are by far and away. Covid 19 patients who are filling our hospital bets. Doctor Vanderhof also saying the delta very it is putting even younger people in the hospital, Ohio Friday with the report E 800 new Covid 19 cases In the last 24 hours. There were 165 new hospitalizations, 21 to ICU admissions and 70. More deaths were
Ohio Hits More Than 3,200 New COVID Cases, Most Since February
"News radio 6 10 W T V N new cases. Hospitalizations continue trending upwards in Ohio, the Ohio Department of Health's Tuesday Covid report shows over 3200 new infections in the state. That is well over the three week average and back the numbers that Ohio last saw in early February before covid vaccines, where as readily available as they are now, new hospitalizations and new ICU admissions are double
Ohio Reports 231 New COVID-19 Cases Sunday
"New Covid 19 cases in the state are staying steady. 231 new cases were reported today earlier by the Ohio Department of Health over 48% of the state has now started the vaccination process. Meanwhile, Ohio State is wanting their students, faculty and staff. We'll get vaccinated for the fall
"ohio department public" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"From top leaders in government and industry to discover how diode enterprise clouds such as milk Cloud two point Oh, and Dios can drive speed of acquisition, collaboration and choice. Register today at G d it dot com slash and murdered. Let's take a quick spin back in time. Let's figure out what happened on this date in Reds history Since I won't be around tonight, Chicks got extra innings. We begin on this state 18 80 Reds first baseman John Riley escapes injury in an accident while aboard a steamship in Long Island Sound. Riley was on his way to Providence to join the team. After missing time with an injury. The steam ship collided with another ship in dense fog. After putting on a life preserver. Riley jumped overboard before the ship caught fire and burned the water line. He was in the water for an hour before being rescued. 30 of roughly 300 passengers died that day. This state 1917 the ridged edge. Brooklyn 32, helped by an inside the park home, run by out theater, Greasy Neale, you know, greasy Neale had 10 hits and batted 3 57 in the 1919 World Series. He would later coach college football, leading Washington and Jefferson to the 1922 Rose ball. Then winning NFL championships as coach of the Philadelphia Eagles in 1948 and 49 Greasy Neale is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame. This date 1938 23 year old Johnny Vander Meer pitches, the first of back to back no hitters, beating the Boston Braves three Nothing at Crosley Field. Many in the crowd didn't realize that no hitter was in progress. The scoreboard did not display the number of hits for each team until the late forties. It was the first no hitter pitched by a red in 18 years. 1968, the Reds trade milk Pappas and Ted Davidson to the Braves for Tony Cloninger, Clay Carroll and Woody Woodward. Davidson was never the same after being shot in the stomach by his wife. A year earlier. He finished his career Oh, for his last 31 with 19 strikeouts. Carol was the prize of the deal. He would go on to save 119 games for the Reds. This state 1982 with the Reds on their way to what would be a 101 Lost season, The Enquirer announced the contest against the date and time the Reds would mathematically be eliminated from the pennant race. The winner got two tickets for the final home game runner up, Got four. And finally this date 2000 and five Brandon claws and tosses a don't remember him. Eight innings of one run balls. The Reds beat the Orioles 10 to 1. Felipe Lopez hit a grand slam and drove in six. Adam Dunn hit home run number 16 in the game all about happening on this date and Reds history just to remind if you're headed to the game tonight, Please choose a designated driver drive sober or get pulled over a message from the Ohio Department. Public safety bullpen Note this weekend, a collision of the two worst bullpens in baseball in town, the Red Centre with the bullpen earned run average of 5 88 the worst in baseball. The rocks come.
"ohio department public" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Flip to second out at second base is Tyler Stevenson. That was a very slow developing play. Stevenson try toe get out of the way or stay out of the way that ground ball so it wouldn't hit him. It was bobbled by Bryant and then just a backhanded flip toe bias covering its second base forces out Stevenson. And the Reds may elect to challenge will see They won't The inning is over. And we had to the Lot of the first the Reds do get one Maybe the Reds will challenge it Looks like they will. So hold your horses. The Cubs have not really left the field, They walk toward the dugout. Never quite left the field. So I don't think they were really sold either. Ryan bobbled it. Oh, yeah, He was safe second. Well, you know, Right now the umpiring crew is getting a little verbal abuse from Cubs dugout, thinking that the Reds waited too long to ask for the review. Stevenson never did slide into second base, but he was went in standing up his toe on the bag in plenty of time before the peg second by Bryant. So this will be overturned, more than likely and the Reds will have a chance at a little bit more on an ascending So this should load the bases. That's probably going to be the third heir of the year on Brian, it was making will play. Yeah, well, what he bobbled it, and that's the error. But what took Stevenson so long to get that? Get the play to go to second base was that he had to go around the fielder who's fielding the ball right there, so obviously the right away when a fielder's fielding a batted ball, he has a right away in the baseline, and that's why Stevenson had to go around him. So bases should be loaded. With two outs If this call is in fact overturned, but they're looking at it. Now. If you're listening today in your car or truck radio, please remember to buckle your safety belt. This message brought to you by the Ohio Department public safety Now buckle up. What's holding you back? Right now. They are Looking at this in the replay center in New York. Of surprises taking this line and very surprised that seems clear is day. It's Chris. You look at this. Stevenson you mentioned did not go in sliding. Is there any Prospect of obstruction on this on Stevens and sparred for going in standing well, remember when a fielder is Victim of a play like that. It's interference and the runners are obstructed. It would be technically interference right there. No, absolutely not. There's no rule that says you have the duck when you're going into the bag. All you have to do is avoid the fielder who's fielding a batted ball, and at that point, you could go straight into the bag, and that's the Stevenson did. It sets are off. Let's see safe, Everybody safe bases loaded. The call is in fact overturned, the Cubs will return to their positions. So I would imagine that that's going to be a It'll be an air one way or another on Kris Bryant, but it might be a fielder's choice. E three. See how it's officially scored. At any rate. The bags are packed Tucker Barnhart at the plate to 75 hitter, three homers 16 R B. I's Barnhardt heading to 96 with runners in scoring position. Area is pitch in the dirt.
Ohio COVID-19 Case Rate Drops to Lowest Since October
"Ohio Department of Health says this week's case rate per 100,000 people has dropped for the third continuous week. Ohio, reporting nearly 1400 new cases of coronavirus in the past day. That's below the three week averages Well,
University of Cincinnati Student Dies; Cause of Death Under Investigation
"Under investigation after he allegedly received the Johnson and Johnson Cove in 19 vaccine 21 year old John fully got the vaccine and a mass vaccination side on you Cease campus, according to Fox, 19 Foley was found dead by his roommate Sunday afternoon. Hamilton County corner confirming she has been in contact with the Ohio Department of Health but is waiting on medical records in additional test results before determining the cause of death. Foley is from Columbus. And was studying to become a doctor at U. C.
Gov. Mike DeWine says Ohio is on track to have COVID-19 vaccine available to every adult by May 1
"Ohio is on track to meet the covert 19 vaccine goal set by President Joe Biden during a live address to the nation. Last week, Biden challenged all states to make the vaccine available to everyone by May, 1st. Dwyane said Ohio is well on its way to making sure that every adult in the state who wants to get vaccinated is going to get it in, possibly even before the president's proposed deadline. Nearly one in five state residents are vaccinated or they're planning to get vaccinated. According to the Ohio Department of Health 2,364,861. People in the state have already taken steps to get vaccinated. That number is just above 20% of the state's population. The
Senate passes $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill
"Has passed the nearly $2 Trillion coronavirus relief bill, and the bill will provide payments to people making up to $75,000 a year and $80,000 per year will be here in about two weeks. Give or take a few days so people won't have to wait months and months and months. It'll be right in their pockets. At Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. The bill would also fund vaccination efforts, state and local governments and efforts to reopen schools. The bill has to go back to the House for the final passage because changes had been made in the Senate. The Senate took out the provision that would have raised the minimum wage. A report from the Ohio Department of
890 Moderna vaccines wasted in Ohio; ODH suspends provider
"The Ohio Department of Health Suspending specialty acts a Columbus based Cova 19 vaccine provider from future vaccination rollout. After it was discovered. They left 890 doses of and earnest vaccine unused after failing to monitor refrigerator and freezer temperatures while trying to transfer those doses to another provider. Ohio today, reporting close to 6400 and covered 19 cases and 77 new deaths.
Green Beret charged in Illinois bowling alley shooting
"S. Army Green Beret accused of shooting up a bowling alley Saturday in Rockford, Illinois, killing three people, wounding three others is staying behind bars, said state's attorney J handling. At this hearing, the judge denied bond for Mr Webb. As such, there is no amount of money Mr Webb can post Get out of jail. Prosecutor says Duke webs alleged attack seems to been random, A jazz musician and his family staying in the New York City hotel. See there were wrongly accused by another person and hotel management of stealing her cell phone. Kenyan, Harold says all went beyond embarrassment and pain of the accusation because he says that patron also physically assaulted his son A. B C's Adrian Banker Carlo Hotel says in a statement that they did reach out to the family to directly apologize. Meanwhile, the family's attorney says that they're petitioning the Manhattan D a to press charges of assault and battery and says that in uber driver later returned that woman's phone you're listening to ABC News. Do you? The Ohio Department of Health reported 4519 New Covad cases today with 62 new deaths. The fate of Columbus Police Officer Adam Coy's job is now in the hands of the city's public safety director, Ned Pettus. A disciplinary hearing was held today for the officer that is accused of shooting Andre Hill. Boy has been stripped of his police powers and has surrendered his gun and badge is pedestal liberates the officers Fate, a
Ohio reports record 11,885 COVID-19 cases in part due to reporting delays
"In the Ohio Department Department of of Health Health announcing announcing 11,885 11,885 new new cover cover 19 19 cases cases this this afternoon, afternoon, but but Said Said in in overwhelmed overwhelmed system system and and reports reports being being delayed delayed from from labs labs may may have have contributed contributed to to the the higher higher number number 282 new hospitalizations 36 to ICU admissions and 24. New deaths were also reported. In
COVID-19 in Ohio: Hospitalizations jump by 216 amid 2,015 new cases
"216 new hospitalizations for covered 19 were in Tuesday's report from the Ohio Department of Health. Governor Mike DeWine says they're the most reported in a single day during the pandemic, and there's over 50 hospitalizations Mohr than the previous high that was back in July. In addition to that, we now have more people. Who have covert who are in our hospitals in the hospital beds than any other time during this pan, along with the rise in hospitalizations, 36 new ICU admissions over 2000 new cases, an eight new deaths were reported.
Nearly 1,300 new coronavirus cases reported in Ohio
"New Corona virus cases were announced by the Ohio Department of Health Saturday is after a daily record of 1840 were reported Friday. 54 new hospitalizations knew I seeyou admissions and three new desk for also in Saturday's numbers, Ohio was approaching another grim milestone 5000 total distance. The pandemic began in March.
Ohio State parents push back on Big Ten’s decision to postpone season
"Parents of Ohio State football players calling on the commissioner of the Big 10 to reinstate a 10 game schedule. That had been unveiled before it was ultimately shelved until next spring. Those parents want football this fall, they posted a letter to commissioner Kevin Warren on Social Media, saying they believe But Ohio State is providing a safe environment for their sons to prepare for the football season. The Ohio Department of Health says using a face shield does not satisfy the requirements of the state's mask order in the schools. The state's order for K through 12 schools makes kids wear masks with certain
Ohio sets another record for single-day COVID-19 cases
"The Ohio Department of Health says there are 1525 new cases of Corona virus in the states in the last 24 hours. That's a new record high for Ohio, beating the old record of about 1400 set back in April. 24 more people are dead, pushing the overall death toll to 3032 people. As of this evening, a dozen Ohio counties considered to be in the Red level three will have a mask order in effect until conditions with the virus
Coronavirus Cases Hit Another Record in the U.S.
"Four states recording new highs for covered nineteen cases today Florida Georgia South Carolina and Nevada reaching those record highs Arizona did not top its record but it did set a new record for hospitalizations Texas governor Greg Abbott says he regrets allowing bars to reopen so early saying he is surprised by just how fast the virus is spreading the U. S. is now top two and a half million total cases the Ohio department of health reporting eight hundred seventeen new cover nineteen cases along with sixteen new desk today there were fifty four new hospitalizations and twelve new ICU admissions total tested a couple nineteen in Ohio now exceed twenty eight hundred Kentucky announcing three hundred sixteen new cases and one new death today Indiana reporting close to five hundred new cases of twenty one you tested the
Ohio state health director resigns
"Wyatt governor Mike DeWine announced today that Dr Amy Acton will be stepping down as director of the Ohio department of health five as lance Himes who served as past out of interim director to assume that role again as interim director and he has agreed to do that the governor says she will now become his chief health advisor as we enter another phase of the corona virus
"ohio department public" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Ohio National Guard was pulled from service in Washington DC after their ties to white supremacy groups was discovered by the FBI no National Guard and our and our Ohio department public safety for cooperating with the FBI in its investigation this individual suspended from all missions effective immediately the governor says it's likely that that soldier will be released from the guard the one also announcing that amusement parks water parks casino and racino scan reopen on June nineteenth in each one of these cases I won't go into details today but each one of these cases they have come up with plans that in many cases dramatically reduce the number of people provide for sanitation in some cases it provides for one way traffic there they were quite elaborate plans this comes after king's island sued the state health department late Thursday after museum parks were not announced as part of the June tenth three openings which includes zoos museums aquariums and playgrounds local museums will take their time re opening this summer both the Cincinnati museum center and the Holocaust and humanity center will allow visitors once again starting July seventeenth the president of the museum center released a statement today saying that extensive measures are being taken at union terminal to ensure both guests and staff safety one of the things being implemented to help make sure safe social distancing is being practiced is timed tickets for both general museum admission and featured exhibits to help manage the number of people in each museum seating arrangements at H. H. sees theaters have also been reconfigured and do cleaning protocols are being put into place more details on the re opening will be released in the coming weeks brick you jato news radio seven hundred WLW NFL commissioner Roger Goodell Friday addressing the fans and players on the league's behalf in a Twitter video to condemn racism systematic oppression and to admit they did not listen carefully enough to understand the issues surrounding black people in players he says that they are listening now and would be reaching out to those who have expressed their feelings about injustice we are listening I am listening and I will be reaching out to players who have raised their voices and others on how we can improve and go forward for a better and more United and I don't see him this after more than a dozen NFL players call for the NFL to condemn racism admit wrong in previous attempts to silence peaceful protests and to affirm that black lives matter which the commissioner said in his response our next updated at twelve thirty I'm Sean Gallagher news radio seven hundred WLW these days being a small business means navigating uncertainty.
"ohio department public" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And were about to be auctioned anyway this is anti black United front yesterday announced its recommendations for policy changes in the city what do you want I was really in yesterday's news conference the proposal's been cosigned by him the county clerk of courts Aftab Pureval the center for closing the health gap Cincinnati city councilman P. G. Sittenfeld the United Way of greater Cincinnati and others mayor John Cranley has said that he is willing to meet with leaders and talk about their proposals there was also a push by some members of city council including vice mayor Christopher Smitherman to get the charges against recent curfew violators dropped it would not apply to those accused of property damage or other criminal activity on Wall Street right now the markets have been on a buying frenzy today following a jobs report from earlier that was better than expected the Dow right now up more than three and a half percent it's up nine hundred thirty three points the blue chips trading above twenty seven thousand for the first time in several months the nasdaq is up to fifteen and the S. and P. is up ninety two we are going to bring you Ohio governor Mike DeWine's news conference it was announced just a little bit earlier this afternoon he's just now getting underway doing some introductory work talking about tree planting we're going to bring it to you live here just momentarily as we are expecting him to potentially address large entertainment venues like kings island or Cedar Point in northwest Ohio those large attractions were not a part of the entertainment announcement that was made by the governor yesterday that cover things like zoos and museums let's go now to Ohio governor Mike DeWine virtual memorial service for any Glan who died last month from complications from Coburg nineteen the service will be online at eleven AM go to one thing that'll be tomorrow morning issue website also W. O. S. U. T. V. R. R. or on the John Glenn college of public affairs website this is Glenn was a fine musician and I was sent this performance brother John Glenn high school virtual symphonic choir under the direction Amanda Kaiser from the glands hometown of new Concord the choir recorded for the twenty twenty virtual gradual way shin the song is called I will show you the stars pretty appropriate knowledge does this fit with John Glenn's career as an astronaut the lyrics also sure all of us that we are truly not alone let's listen we're going to let some of that music playing the background we do have some updated metrics from the state of Ohio department of health when it comes to covert nineteen of course governor to wind holding these news conferences over the last several months to give updates on the state's response to corona virus as of today in the last twenty four hours a high has reported a new four hundred seventy six number of cases new confirmed cases of covert nineteen the state that is within the twenty one day reporting average in in keeping with the plateau that Ohio has seen new cases and new deaths but not a major spike death sixteen deaths reported in the last twenty four hours that is under the twenty one day reporting average of thirty seven sounds like that song might be over with let's go back to governor and I would also like to extend our heartfelt condolences to those who love bishop George Murry who died this morning after his fight against cancer a bishop Murry led the Youngstown Catholic diocese since two thousand seven was the first African American first minority bishop to hold that post shares are certainly with all those the diocese who loved him four take a moment as we start today to address a situation regarding a member of the Ohio National Guard who is removed from the mission in Washington DC after the FBI uncovered information that this guardsmen expressed white supremacist ideology on the internet prior to this assignment we were asked specifically by the secretary of defense as I know other stage work to send guardsmen to Washington DC we sat one hundred to Washington DC Quaife voice support everyone's right to free speech guardsmen women are sworn to protect all of us regardless of race ethnic background or religion R. Heil National Guard members are in a position of trust the forty during times of crisis anyone who displays a malice towards specific groups of Americans has no place in the Ohio National Guard tell National Guard in our and our Ohio department public safety for cooperating with the FBI in its investigation this individual suspended from all missions defective immediately out of due process will take place whatever that is this is an investigation being done not by authorities in Ohio but by the federal bureau of investigation following due process is highly likely when these facts are or confirmed that he will be permanently removed from the Ohio National Guard I have because of this incident directed I have directed Joe Harris to work with our public safety director Tom shtick rep to set up a procedure so that occurrences like this cannot and do not occur in the future now the public must have faith in Ohio National Guard they do amazing amazing work and I spend my pleasure the last since January of last year to work with a number and meet a number of members of the guard their system soldiers they do absolutely amazing shop bought we must constantly be vigilant and we will be and we'll set up a procedure to make sure that this does not happen again earlier this week in Ohio today over the next several days will be talking in in really in more detail about our ongoing efforts to address these inequities some of things that we're going to be doing and argue the prioritization of covered nineteen testing in minority communities with the help of our Ohio National Guard we'll talk in more detail and doctor Machen will but the position that the health department Dr racket has created you know how department health to focus on the social determinants of health position the doctor act in his talk to me for sometime about how important that is our focus on our efforts to focus on minority health for the state health improvement plan and we will focus as I indicated several days ago on police reform in Ohio I've been talking to members of the General Assembly about there's those conversations will continue I'm committed to making tangible changing changes in police oversight accreditation training and accountability our goal is to improve the professionalism of the profession because it truly is a profession and make it a community it is not show any anytime any problems connected with please conduct bloom again just say the members of the police departments who I've known some of them since I was assistant county prosecutor over forty years ago are wonderful individuals but we also know that occasionally someone slips in our and we have to be ever vigilant in regard to that and we will be and I will have specific reforms that I will be discussing with the General Assembly in regard to this in an effort to ramp up code nineteen testing in Ohio we've expanded our testing priorities to ensure more people can receive cash as you remember before we are testing with a focus on healthcare workers first responder those most at risk who had symptoms with expanded testing which is moving forward health care providers are able to test anyone with symptoms anyone with symptoms this week we've been active in reaching out to retailers across the state of Ohio particularly in the pharmacist to strengthen our testing partnerships and I've talked on the phone with a number of CEOs this week this week our team and I spoke with executives from CVS rite aid Walmart Walgreens and Kroger about the importance of testing and help identify positive co in nineteen cases we can limit the spread of this virus with expanded testing criteria our.
Ohio House passes bills limiting health department orders
"And at the state house today the house passed two bills aimed at limiting the power of orders that were signed by the director of the Ohio department of health Senate bill one would require all orders issued by the director to last no longer than fourteen days and that an extension to the order can then be requested that bill now heads over to the
Ohio House passes bills limiting health department orders
"House the house passed two bills aimed at limiting the power of order signed by the director of the Ohio department of health Senate bill one would require all orders issued by the director to last no longer than fourteen days and then after that an extension to that order can be requested that bill now heads over to
"ohio department public" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Make cigarettes just about as illegal as well the thing is legal no but but. stigmatized as much as regular Sicherheit will Michigan I guess today became the first state in the nation to ban flavored E. cigarettes so my guess so some of these names bubble gum fruit loops something unicorns hump in whatever you can no longer get those in the state of Michigan I imagine other states will follow well let's go to the acute hearing centers dot com hotline to talk to our friend for maybe see Ryan borough so Ryan what all is going on with this stuff it looks like this this movements gonna is sweeping the nation really. unicorn separate Gino is how can I forget. John said my daughter tries to get all the time it's like this weird totally drinker whatever but anyway that is the flavor and you can imagine that it is their dummy worms that's the flavor of the Z. cigarettes and if indeed these east figure at the initial creation for them was to wean people off of normal cigarettes are gummy worms and separate you know the way to do that is is that or are these he cigarette makers it basically creating a new generation of a different kind of smoker and that's what a lot of attorneys general a lot of health departments are are determining right now is that these have been targeted towards children and what Michigan's governor Gretchen Witmer saying is we don't want this anymore so she signed a she has a window into her a story to issue an emergency declaration in the state calling you cigarettes a a public health emergency and as a result for six months this this new law that she signed retailers cannot sell these kind of flavors anymore so that that she hopes is is a way to wean kids off of these these cigarettes and in many high schools at V. estimate is about twenty percent of kids are using easy cigarettes I feel like run this happened so quickly it seemed like in like five minutes ago E. cigarettes were the thing and they're they're a little bit healthier alternative they as you said they help you get off a regular tobacco and now I mean that one I think that one kid died in the end I forget where that was and then some standard yeah exactly seven something some studies came out and bang here we are now E. cigarettes are are demonized just as much as regular cigarettes in regular tobacco yeah and what a lot of people are saying is that these were rushed out to market they are some of them FDA approved now if you talk to some of these people these vaping shops they don't necessarily think that the product that they're selling the ones that have been FDA approved are the ones that are getting people sick but black market package. is and and you know very things that aren't you know blotter purchased through the legal means there are what are the problem cases we got almost three hundred cases of respiratory illness believed to be related to vaping right now there's CDC is not on any one particular reason for each of these like they are all connected in one form or another they're investigating them right now but at the concert is that these kids who are getting sick and I think kids because all of these cases are pretty much millennials are between the ages of fifteen and forty years old and you know are these are people who are trying to get off of regular cigarettes or did they take up the cigarettes to start. so no I'm I'm no so these I I'm not aware I don't know do or their is vaping these whatever little canisters or what not is that do you have to be twenty or twenty one like you do cigarettes Sir Alan is at work are you in. a kid can just mine yeah some states and some communities have already enacted laws telling retailers but you can't sell to anyone under twenty one I know it pretty soon in San Francisco they're going to be barred all together so right now it's just kind of a hodgepodge patchwork across the United States as far as how they're doing that with this now in Ohio yesterday we know that the Ohio department public health care now that dating is not safe we recommend individuals not really but all now have the authority to help form does have the authority to all out ban them but obviously the discussion begins and maybe lawmakers begin to move in one form or another whether it's doing what Michigan did or finding some other kind of alternative but that look health officials across the country are very very concerned about this right now now currently from wrong I mean there is no tax I like for instance in Ohio believes a dollar sixty a pack of cigarettes is is the Ohio tax it is there that sort of tax on on vaping products or or no I don't believe there is there are there are local taxes on those instigate lasts for anything feel like they went into a store and I think that the cigarettes were moved to the bed and Chicago because Chicago's cigarette prices like fifteen dollars package anybody's. it is amazing how cigarettes are now and then a lot of that is taxes I think I but I think that that I saw a cigarette package was like seven dollars and then the vaping stuff was like just under that like six dollars I don't know if that's the cartridge or or what it was specifically all right with that Ryan will let you go always a pleasure yeah they get their front Ryan borough. now isn't that what you've never smoked though now let me now like I said I dabbled in an attic red there can while now I'm back in the day and see that you know but because or somebody on the sideline and all yeah get a heater and I am one of my first coach in the NFL Gunther Cunningham who just died like what six months ago he said when he first got in the car even coaching of fifty years right when he first got a coaching it at halftime never be players I would drink a can of coke and smoked a cigarette pads. unbelievable I've heard of past Reds who would just walk up the tunnel there and yes but this would have been back at river front but yeah they just walk up the tunnel sit there and have a smoke and gotten back on man or men can't Friday exactly. I had always heard the buddy bell was big for that does go and you know if you guys the me I'll be back here stand on the title has its merits. after a while we were just knew where to find people. but kids these days because of stuff up did you hear the story about this kid I've it was in England. who went blind and partially deaf after living off of basically a junk food diet since he was a cute little kid I mean this is guys like seventy. he had been living off of where is it. it only eaten chips Pringles sausages process Tampa and white bread since he was in primary school the other leg first grade never saw vegetable never glass of water he told his doctors that he didn't like the texture of fruit and vegetables. so yeah he went to use they are only did he would get a daily portion of rice from a local fish and chip shop snapped on Pringles white bread and process them slices and sausage and how it is again seventeen seventeen and now he just went blind and is partially deaf I've never heard of such a thing but look at what it did to this kid I wonder you think that I don't know just say what is waiting as you know be a monolith it does not say anything about his weight I mean you would think if he was a bit big fat kid they would make a point to that but nobody says anything about that we have even more shocking is if if you will I'm sure it was unhealthy looking but maybe if he wasn't you know obese or nothing but then all of a sudden just one I don't know I I'd be I'd want to see if there were other causes of of that as well it is bad is that sort of diet is for you I wonder if there's other things that he used to walk barely has a there at the I'm a rare eating illness known as avoidant restrictive food intake disorder or Afrin for short suffers become sensitive to the taste texture smell or appearance of certain types of foods some can only eat them at room temperature yes my why a second my wife told me issues that you're allergic to use stainless steel and gold CSF platinum she she tried to throw that one out yeah exactly I'm sure there's been other guys that are so that that's that's that's that's some look the same sort of scenario where they're all really that's a that's a real condition honey yeah yeah. yeah. people are suffering from this you want me to suffer right this wrong I'm allergic to ply wood Elmer's glue. like that bit that was I say I'm allergic to the the laundry. and they're not going to wear my clothes filthy. what's that smell who is rocky and. from the UC health traffic.
"ohio department public" Discussed on WTVN
"One for kids and adults can call or text non Muslim with tips about potential school violence I'm calling on Ohioans today to utilize that to block the number is eight four four seven two three three seven six full eight four four seven two three three seven six four we'll have that on our website Tom will be on the public safety website I believe this well here's in again we're asking for poor people to step up she something when you hear something do something we want to make sure people understand that they have the ability to make that call they could surely always call their local police they can call their local sheriff call somebody so we're expanding that school safety tip line let me talk about the world of social media well each one of the mass shooting tragedies in this country is the same it's also different and the lessons that we learned from one should be applied it should be cumulative the lessons we learned from all one of things that we have seen is it time after time the assailant when you go back you see on social media the signs were there they were there we should have caught in the twenty four seven world social media threats can do arise at any time our club was called at the Ohio department public safety is expanding I told them to expand their ability to monitor track potential threats on social media and to share that information with local law enforcement and with school we now have the ability the software to target specific phrases specific words this is not the were mine everybody's social media but we're looking for that sign from that violent offender that might save a life or can.
"ohio department public" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Manage wellness over the child's lifetime I am number six background checks I'm asking the General Assembly has a law that requires background checks for all firearm sales in the state of Ohio with the exception for guest between family members and certain other limited uses number seven an unbelievably high number will how citizens are being killed as a result of chronic gun violence in the streets and neighborhoods of our cities thank you for being here there to talk about last night why we mourn those who were killed in date we should not forget the other Ohio sis our citizens are brothers and sisters that includes many time shorter who were innocent victims of random violence and not so random violence we cannot forget those individuals who are dying every day in our cities and across our state we have to deal with those individuals who are inflicting that violence law enforcement officers have told me for years that the majority of violence in the community is being perpetuated by a relatively small number of individuals we just got a few years ago which absolutely confirm that going back to nineteen seventy seven the vast majority of criminals in this state or not do not commit violent crime we must target those who commit the violent crime we must go after them we must take them out of our community far too often criminals who have absolutely no right under Ohio law to possess a gun are using guns none the less that's who we have to go after the criminals this must stop sign asking the General Assembly to increase penalties on violent felons who continued to illegally as ash or use guns the rate the legal possession of a firearm by a violent film we must increase penalties for violent felons and other people were found the gun that they do not have the legal right to possess the crime of having Evans well under a disability which is what it's called is currently a third degree felony punishable by a maximum of three years in prison I believe this is a crime that for a first offense should be a second degree felony second degree felony punishable by two to eight years in prison and for subsequent offense should be first of green valley which is three to five three to eleven years item number nine possession of a firearm while committing a felony we should increase felonies for people commit felonies with a firearm or was this a firearm while committing a felony current law allows for additional penalty of one year one person possess a firearm while committing a felony this should be increased a mandatory additional one to three years I'm ten using or brandishing a firearm while committing a felony we must increase penalties for using a brandishing a weapon would commit a felony current law allows for an additional penalty of three years of a person uses a brand issues a firearm while committing a felony this should be increased at a minimum to a mandatory three to five years in prison again these are my recommendations to travel somewhere the General Assembly will I hope act upon all of them and exercise their judgment on these I am number eleven the problem of straw purchasers we must increase penalties for those who buy guns illegally for other people a practice known as straw purchasers now stop purchasing is legal under both the highland federal law today however these law how long must be tough nine ten do that all too often firearms obtained through the straw purchases are used in serious violent offence I am asking the General Assembly to increase the penalties for those who purchased a gun illegally for another person to date the illegal purchaser of a firearm straw purchaser this is the person who actually purchase and for the other person through a straw purchase that penalty is a third degree felony punishable by up to three years in prison we must increase the quality for straw purchaser to at least a second degree felony punishable by two to eight years in prison number twelve I'm also asking the General Assembly to increase increase the belly for person who possesses a firearm this is the person in the straw purchase who got the fire arm and when they get their farm that they know but they know was obtained through an illegal or fraudulent perch when a person possesses a farm they know was fortunately obtain that person should be punished in the same manner as the person who bought the firearm left to to date number thirteen we should increase Valdez for people who illegally illegally furnished firearms to mine file law provides very well for father give that gun the sun she's done all the time with hunters but that's not our talk we find too many of our kids our caring guns on the streets often with tragic consequences so it all through illegally furnished firearms to minors must be held accountable today in primary furnishing a farm to a minor is only at fifty grief following up to twelve months in prison I'm asking the General Assembly to make the crime at least a third degree felony punishable by up to three years of course action item fourteen school tip one we are expanding our school safety tip one for kids and adults can call or text non Leslie with tips about potential school violence I'm calling on Ohio lunch today to utilize that to block the number is eight four four seven two three three seven six four eight four four seven two three three seven six four we'll have that on our website Tom will be on the public safety website I believe this well here's in again we're asking for put people to step up she something when you hear something do some we want to make sure people understand that they have the ability to make that call they could surely always call their local police they can call their local sheriff call somebody so we're expanding that school safety tip line let me talk about the world of social media well each one of the mass shooting tragedies in this country is the same but it's also different and the lessons that we learned from one should be applied it should be cumulative the lessons we learned from all but one thing is that we have seen is that time after time the assailant when you go back you see on social media the signs were there they were there we should a call in the twenty four seven world social media threats can and do arise at any time our club was called at the Ohio department public safety is expanding I told them to expand their ability to monitor track potential threats on social media and to share that information with local law enforcement and with school we now have the ability two software to target specific phrases Pacific words this is not the were minor by social media but we're looking for that sign from that violent offender that might save a life or ten lives we will be in touch when we find things with the local schools and local law enforcement partners I am sep sixteen the budget that was approved by this general Sam also includes nearly nine million dollars to help harden soft targets like non profits and religious organizations to make their facilities more secure we've seen too much hate wishing hate target at religious groups and that is wrong this action Josh family took is to help them.
"ohio department public" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"World, you US companies that has subsidaries are on the work and also knocked woke without while anymore, Keno pushing while we out from using of US products and US, not affect Joe's is going to force them to give up something of their own. They're already in the foreign market. And so this is going to actually make make it does that good work. They could actually make forms even cheaper and said it in other markets. Audio courtesy of the Associated Press Washington klenge, poses, a national security threat its placement on that entity list last week is widely seen as intended to persuade resistant allies in Europe, to exclude while way, equipments. I'll governor Mike dewine is ordered a review of the state medical boards handling of complaints against the now dead, Ohio State team doctor who investigators say sexually abused. At least one hundred and seventy seven students decades ago. The wind declared Richard Strauss. A monster on Monday as he called for lawmakers to lift the statute of limitations on rape charges. Real Highland should be disgusted. And should be angered by what has happened. Not only by the horrific in vile acts, perpetrated by Richard Strauss. But also, they should be angered the complaint reports about this sexual abuse were not reported to higher authorities by the athlete department for how state university student health center until nineteen ninety six I am today. In a moment signing an executive order to establish a working group house, in the Ohio department public safety to review, the complete Strauss report, including redacted information as it relates to the state medical board of Ohio, this group will review the medical boards, actions or inactions. And sure the medical Boers policies and procedures are adequate to address complaints of sexual abuse raised against doctors, crash Gators, tell me unlikely Richard Strauss, even if alive today could be criminally prosecuted this time in two thousand nineteen for his actions occur between nine hundred seventy nine nine hundred ninety eight fast because currently the statue.