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Protests in Omaha, Nebraska, lead to record number of arrests, fears of coronavirus spread
"Of protesters on the streets of Omaha Nebraska Saturday leading to a record number of bookings now what's leading to fears of a corona virus outbreak authorities say many of the four thousand protesters were not wearing masks most not social distancing with a record number of bookings director of corrections Michael Myers of Omaha's Douglas county jail says he believes there will be a spread of coronavirus in the system now just that massive influx of people obviously somebody who's coming over these last few days you know statistically probably a few of them have had it but many like Douglas County Board of health president Chris Rogers taking part in the protest wearing a mask in accepting the risk that his fight greater restiveness and this is serious business in a qualifying system things only Dave Packer ABC
Fresh update on "omaha nebraska" discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Western, but we have one of the largest black families in the state of Nebraska. One of the largest in the mid west. Last year, we had our hundred annual family reunion. We have the dozens of cousins Bryant Fisher Family Reunion t-shirts. Family branch has its own t shirt. Hey there's like a t-shirt shirt wars to see who's got t shirts best material, but we literally have thousands of people in our family reunion. We have we have a week's worth of activities. There's a parade on Saturday got own family drill team. How big are y'All planning festival own yeah. It's a whole. Mess. Knows it's very family oriented. You know growing up is you get into some trouble people be like you bunnies baby Like those. Big Now. Nostrils. Gave it away. Is that what you're trying to tell me? So it was very everyone knows everybody the north side of Omaha is all black as mum is from but everybody knows everybody. So it's just very family oriented. We're going Friday we're taking the boys to Nebraska starting in Omaha and then Lincoln for the home opener and we just by chance I'm a massive obviously corn husker fan but Nebraska cornhuskers offered Zaire, our oldest son, his first college scholarships. It, just by chance they offered it to him last week and we're we were going anyway. So visit his top three. How feel about his the first one? I mean he's going into junior year so There may be more hopefully there's a whole have a ton of offers, but it's to me it special that Nebraska was the first school that stepped up to offer him, and as we get to go see the red on Saturday and so he gets to see I have a sense of you know what the see of ring. So Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, on football Saturday is the third largest city in the state. So. An everyone wears red. So is you walk in and it's a sea of red. Our fans have been voted a think like every year for the past however many years as the kindest fan. Through snowballs, Santa Claus A. No. No. Okay. Everyone's very nice. See. Nebraska. It's just nice. I mean I go back. Now we go to. Lounges and packing packing store. I don't know if you guys have packing stories that a liberal. Package Pakistanis Yeah So you go sit in the parking lot of the Pakistan. Drink. And then you go across to the lounge that is usually across from Pakistan. And it's like generational partying. So you might be in there with your grandparents all the way down to you know your youngest cousins and everybody just hangs together listen to Bobby Blue, plan. Look out. Omaha Nebraska. Code, Malcolm allocate records. That remember like all those all those acts from Kansas. City. We, were on that circuit had to stop in. Omaha to play to play What close now, but the the theater in Omaha, I've only been there once, but there's really great record shops there, and so in downtown the Mid West, is an untapped resource. Food, there is about the food in Omaha random I like to eat. I. Mean we'll our family cooks. Yeah. But I mean in terms of like restaurants like famous. Philly cheese steak in this place has. Whom we've got. Stakes, stakes, and runs A. Lease. Valentino's pizza. That's wouldn't you make the move to La College or to the bay to the but my parents got transferred at eight and folks do they're both in telecommunications and my mom worked Packbell my dad worked at at and T.. So my dad got transferred my mom's job just transferred her but my parents would send me back just I'm the middle of three girls I don't know how they made these decisions but they sent me back to Omaha for three months every summer started summer pick me up at the end. Every summer. So out of all of us I'm the one who has the most connection still to Nebraska. How what's the distance of the younger and the? Four years between me and my older sister and then seven years between me and my little sister. Says she was a mistake. Off. Clearly, a mistake. In. Seven years later after my my yeah. Sounds about right. Now. I've got my mom to admit it. I was like cool on. This doesn't make no House the Democrats, baby? Nobody's supposed to be. So it was acting your. Your initial goal in life. Now that's not a a never looked at it as a real profession it's like something. Now it's like in the back of my mind I. Always feel like I still need to know how to do excel spreadsheets. Goes, away. Sports person or no? No. No. I wanted to be lawyer like my older sister I wanted to be you know this a defense attorney for the underdog and? We have a number of family members in the criminal justice system as I do too without great representations. So I. Kinda grew up feeling like you had to sort of. I don't know be a part of fighting the man. And defending. Defending the defenseless. Voiceless and. But that came from watching Perry Mason. So I it wasn't like my sister was a big Perry Mason Law and La Law Fan Sort of obsessed with being a lawyer, she's not a lawyer. But neither one of US turned the law. But that was sort of the plan I was studying for the El Sats when I got an internship.
"omaha nebraska" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Students I miss their joy and creativity AJ Omaha Nebraska keep sharing your thoughts with us send us a tweet at the takeaway where to draw the No you're listening to the takeaway as calls to self quarantine become more frequent many of us around the US are seeing a day to day life shift in big ways before one especially vulnerable group of us here in the USA state imposed mandates are harder to follow on any given night there are more than five hundred thousand people in the US were experiencing homelessness covert nineteenth rapid acceleration is putting more pressure on homeless shelters it's also forcing many people to make hard decisions a couple of weeks back we spoke with Alison Eisinger she's executive director of the Seattle king county coalition on homelessness they were checking in on her to see how things are progressing Allison thank you for being here with us thank you so much for today so give us a quick update how were people experiencing homelessness doing during this outbreak over there in Seattle well I have to tell you our shelter system in Seattle and king county and really across the nation it's inadequate and that was our starting point there are so many good shelters and other support programs that are operating but in our community we have the same number of people outside as we do in our shelters so we're starting from a place where we weren't even able to give six thousand people every day and night the basics and then we close the public libraries and community centers for very sound reasons but we did it without making sure that the supports were in place and when you walk in the downtown part of Seattle where my office is you essentially see that there is no one left outside except the people who have literally been left outside and they don't have a place to wash their hands or relieve themselves or rest and it's about to start raining for the week how is social distancing being practiced by homeless people and how it is affecting them there with so many people X. it's in homelessness I want to be careful not to group people into one monolithic category for some people they're aware and they're trying to figure out how he can you know not have three people in a tent the meal programs that are serving meal bowls are getting people to go meals and usually cold food at this point and some folks are doing the best they can but for a lot of people first of all they don't have very good information about what's going on and then of course the whole idea that you might shelter in place when you don't have a shelter and you don't have a place is pretty hard to comply with so we've got really good outreach teams although those are being hit hard as those folks become sick or have exposures but they're going out and they're trying to give people sanitation and hygiene supplies water food medication there are people who are working really hard to try to ensure that people are able to take care of themselves even if they haven't got a shelter space and then of course we're trying to rapidly increase and staff the number of safe places where folks experiencing homelessness can be so organizations that deal with the homeless population being given any extra funding to deal with this crisis right now yes and it's not enough our state department of commerce which is the lead state agency rapidly released thirty million dollars last Monday to the state of Washington to be distributed through counties but a lot of that money went to setting up the isolation and quarantine facilities and then when you've got small on the ground organizations or even bigger organizations with infrastructure if they've got increasing numbers of their staff calling out sick or being able to come in because they've had an exposure and are using up their PTO or they have kids at home or other problems what you wind up with is a situation in which it's not only a question of money although we need that it's not only a question of supplies although we urgently need that but it's also a question of people power we need additional bodies capable competent people who can help to support and keep open the programs that are on the ground but we're starting from a deficit that so deep because as everybody knows nationally we have not done the necessary things that you would do if you were serious about intervening Alison Eisinger is executive director of the Seattle king.
"omaha nebraska" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Omaha Nebraska on bench press for the Hornets and working from home here in Omaha and we only have a number of already confirmed coronavirus cases after the patient's burden for the diamond princess but my dad a hospital ministry for a fairly large and complex hospital here in Omaha and I wanted to get your opinion on the different responses between the UK and the US is because have level one for the medical field sure so the the basic difference originally in the UK and the U. S. of U. S. has only started getting seriously active on this thing in the last week and a half basically but the U. S. position is basically that lock everybody down isolate people who are over the age of seventy and shut everything down for the next few weeks and hope that at that point we have developed enough I see you beds or that we have enough capacity that as the star so we can the population that our our capacity is high enough to deal with the coronavirus cases it wouldn't actually stopped short of actually spreading maybe summer as we get closer to summer the hope is that the flu dies out a little bit that this this small handful of people are calling it that dies out that's our that's here in the U. S. in the U. K. the theory was at least in the last couple of days when they switched over the theory was going well everybody can get this thing anyway the people who are most vulnerable are the people over age seventy quarantine those people put those people in isolation and let everybody else go about their daily business going pursued their lives they'll get it they'll be herd immunity as sixty seventy percent of population will end up with that those people will no longer be able to pass it on because they will now be immune and not carriers of the disease the problem is there is a study that came out from Britain from the imperial college response team and the study that they came up with that basically suggested that there would be some half a million deaths in excess of what would happen if there were an actual basically system wide shut down in Great Britain because the system just be overwhelmed with cases that that the the amount of ICU beds in Britain is just too low that the NHS does not have the capacity to deal with this the dental situation sort of like Italy where the E. ours in the ice use are completely overwhelmed so the U. K. is sort of in late fashion following the United States and following France and following Germany and some the other countries in continental Europe Denmark is taking the U. K. position in Denmark is basically saying we're gonna go for her community here we have enough hospital beds to deal with it so that's fine yeah the big question here is how far we are going to exceed our medical capacity and the answer is we have no idea we keep hearing sort of these rumors from Andrew Cuomo that we are going to wildly exceed capacity can be to nami we're hearing from some hospital administrators that they suspect that our hospitals will be completely overwhelmed by this thing we need need new ICU beds at the same time we've seen that in China there's only been some eighty one thousand cases and some two thousand deaths and now it is leveled off in South Korea less than eight thousand cases and lesson I I think a hundred deaths in South Korea and that seems to have leveled off so we really don't have enough information at this point we've yet to see a country where the exponential growth curve doesn't level off at a certain point in a certain point did not seem to be hundreds of thousands of deaths mean Italy is a country sixty million people that twenty five thousand documented cases well that's two thousand deaths yes those are awful numbers yes this is terrible all the way through but those are not the kind of depth numbers that we're hearing bandied about half a million that's a million deaths like it is set up I find it difficult to believe that the United States when I see hundreds of thousands of deaths from this thing I could be completely wrong of course and all that is subject to further information I'm not sure even the experts now at this point what exactly this curve looks like because the information is so disparate from various areas of the globe inside locked out measures letter of my thinking one of them thanks for taking my call you but I mean again one of the one of the questions that is gonna be asked here is how exactly this thing does get locked down in just a few weeks ago which delayed by a few weeks and the summer doesn't tell it and there are no additional as you bad so we don't have a vaccine all we've done is basically destroyed the American economy not save any of the old people I mean that's all that's going to happen is that something has to change between now and when people are let out of their closets on Terry confinement or we're gonna get a second wave of infections that is going to dwarf whatever the first wave was needed appreciate your call let's say Milwaukee Wisconsin adventure struggle for lesser and I am a huge fan of the show so my question is is it outpatient healthcare worker what would you recommend I do as I see things happening around you that I believe are unethical or just plain wrong I guess for lack of a better term I'll give you an example providers being allowed to work and the elderly and high risk patients after coming off a crew that is as long as they were not at a level three country and I believe that even if this is allowed I think these patients at least know what they're being exposed to but we haven't been allowed to tell them R. and also there are delays in an overall lack of telehealth options for staff who could be managing patients over the phone at home but they're being forced to come in so I guess my question is what do you think is the right thing to do I mean I agree with you I mean listen I have a a brand new baby we we call that the optimism what precautions are you guys taking with regard to the mission of that thank I appreciate it well what what exactly are the provisions that you're taking with regard to preventing transmission at the office and they assured us I've been telling my parents if they have a doctor's appointment my parents are in the mid sixties that they should telehealth it and obviously that people should not be barred from informing people of the risks of coming into the doctor's office again playing those rest in order and they certainly should be downplaying those risks you know when they're putting elderly patients at risk and the other we need a free flow of information right now people need to know what the risks are of what it is that they are doing on a daily or hourly basis so more information is better I mean and we have been seeing these insane CDC standards where people are coming down with actual symptoms of coronavirus send them because they weren't known to be in direct contact with anybody with corona virus we just assume that they're fine well presently is testing regimens become more available that will go away but those original CDC standards allowed for this thing to spread originally was just demonstrates the bureaucracies very often are garbage and and prevent you from doing the reasonable thing in in reasonable time Alyssa yes I could tell of course until you decide do you think and I know this is you know another person by person basis but do you think it's worth a healthcare worker risking their job as state think they're doing the right thing for the occasion by at least warning them I mean I I again I I think that it may be incumbent on people to start doing the right thing regardless of what happens I mean I I really don't think that any of these healthcare facilities are in a position to lay people off in and there'd certainly be legal liability if you get laid off for informing a patient of of the actual risk but now you know now they may not be a risk that you're willing to take or that anybody else is willing to take but frankly I find all that shocking that hospital administrators are doing this or something I am I am hearing this from from various people in the healthcare industry that they're being told from the top down not like a an existing healthcare industry so to take an example my sister flew the other day Reggie actually flew back from actually to to the middle of the country from Los Angeles and when she was flying she's on a plane in front of the plane was completely empty in the back of the plane was completely full and she went to the flight attendant and she said why are we not doing social distancing on the plane like why are we all sitting right next to each other on the back of the plane and flight attendants and well you know our regulations mean that you're not allowed to take up those front seats on the plane because those were paid for it's just that they're not being filled and my sister and claims adjusters like okay guys were all social distancing him this is because everybody is an idiot like okay there's certain point or common sense has to take over here and I think that common sense will take over a list of really appreciate on thanks for what you are doing right now everybody who's in the healthcare industry at a time like this and working deserves our praise and I thanks for sure shown in Chicago you're on the bench press are the force on a man not a big fan of your show pre **** you taking my call so it's kind of cute move past the end not literally but just a minute talk about something other than corona virus yeah that seems to be occupying everything that we think about every second of the day so kind of I've been to the point where we really started that primarily focus on on combat and this virus and looking after the upcoming presidential election.
Trump says new guidelines call for limiting gatherings of Americans to 10 people
"Late today president trump issuing new nationwide guidelines for the next fifteen days we'd much rather be ahead of the curve then behind it the president's task force now urging everyone to avoid gatherings of ten or more people to avoid restaurants and bars discretionary travel encouraging older people and those with underlying conditions to stay home restriction also telling people not to visit nursing homes and recommending bars and restaurants close in states with community spread porters at the White House today were greeted with signs telling them to sit separate from one another their temperatures taken before they entered the White House briefing room the podium cleaned right afterward if everyone makes this change your these critical changes and sacrifices now we will rally together as one nation and we will defeat the virus it's under control right I'm not referring to the meeting yeah if you're talking about the virus you know this that and the control for any place in the world at least today the president warning that the crisis could stretch deep into the summer people are talking about July August something like that so it could be right in that period of time where if I say washer washes through other people don't like that term but was washes through tonight with cases across the country climbing several counties of the San Francisco Bay Area issuing the sweeping shelter in place order to stay home for nearly seven million Americans residents told to only leave their homes for food medicine and exercise in California's governor tonight urging home isolation for all adults over the age of sixty five most important thing again is to protect the most vulnerable more than a dozen states closing bars and restaurants except for take out and delivery including New York Connecticut and New Jersey who are also closing gyms movie theaters casinos starting tonight across this country at least thirty five states now closing public schools forcing more than thirty five million school children to stay home it's a lot of hardship for people but is the right choice and we have all seen it for ourselves across this country the empty shelves from Omaha Nebraska to the long lines at cost goes from Illinois to Los Angeles thousands of people rushing to try to get into the cosco hearing declined speaking around the building before dawn nationwide stores running out of basic items like toilet paper and water and tonight this message from the stop and shop grocery chain announcing new early shopping hours for customers sixty and older despite major new action by the fed on Sunday to cut interest rates to near zero the dell halted just seconds into trading today closing down nearly three thousand points all of this as some of America's hospitals and health care workers sound the alarm reporting spikes in incoming patients amid a shortage of critical
Coronavirus: 'Narrowing window' to contain outbreak, WHO says
"At the World Health Organization in Geneva today the director repeated that the window of opportunity to contain the virus is narrowing here's to address give races this outbreak could go any direction it could even be messy what I'm saying is it's been on Honda's now so what is being done to stop the coronavirus from becoming a global pandemic we reached out to one of America's top scientists working on the problem Dr Anthony Fauci is director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases he's also on the White House coronavirus task force that you wants answers to at least two questions are there more cases out there that we don't know about and can people who have no symptoms transmitted by iris found she thinks the W. H. O. delegation in China might be able to help answer those questions well the delegation is there it's a multi national delegation and hopefully they will accomplish the goal of both assisting the Chinese in their attempts to contain this as well as to gain important information that would inform our own policies in our own strategy so you had mentioned earlier this month that you were hopeful that the W. H. O. delegation would include U. S. scientists is that the case then why would that be valuable well I mean obviously a for example our own CD see our centers for disease control and prevention have some of the best epidemiologist in the world and here at the N. I. H. we do the fundamental basic and clinical research to develop countermeasures in the form of diagnostics therapeutics and vaccines and so all of those things together a combination of understanding the evolution of the outbreak in China which obviously is the epicenter of what's going on as well as to understand what the demands and needs are going to be with regard to countermeasures it's always important and I think contributory to have people on the ground there and that's the reason why pleased to see that the W. H. O. delegation will include individuals from all groups you said that they will be there so does that mean that the CDC is currently there with the W. H. a delegation they are they are they I see them the issue the reason why there's some hesitancy when people ask questions about the details well that I mean obviously the Chinese are very sensitive about information getting out before they get it so we know what's going on we are satisfied that we have the representation there but the details of it we would prefer to leave to the Chinese when they are asked as opposed to how we getting ahead of them and that's the reason why when you ask direct questions about the details of the delegation there's always some hesitancy because we want to be respectful of the Chinese China has dozens of trials under way to test treatments more than eighty I gather what seems most promising and have you been involved yes I mean obviously we're in communication with our colleagues in China and we're doing similar things like right here in the United States for example there are a number of compounds usually drugs that have been developed for other virus infections that are being re purposed to determine if they work in the coronavirus infection one of them is cool room disappear which has been developed for other viral infections it showed in the test tube and in an animal model to have some activity against corona viruses particularly the sars virus so now the Chinese are doing a randomized control trial in China looking at the effect of room disappear compared to the standard of care alone without room disappear parallel to this as you may know we error evacuated several people from the diamond princess cruise ship in Yokohama harbor in Japan we brought them back to the United States and brought them to one of our containment hospitals in Omaha Nebraska there they are now and we're going to institute this protocol for this drug room disappear among those individuals in fact I think we believe that we started it just last night so hopefully we'll get some good information from that I know you've been closely involved with the treatment development are you confident something will materialize well you've got to be careful about drugs that are treatment versus vaccine will get an answer with drugs much more quickly than we get an answer with a vaccine so the answer to the containing this outbreak now over the next several months to a year is not going to be a vaccine what the answer will be and hopefully you'll be successful is standard typical public health measures identification isolation contact tracing and quarantine where appropriate so you still see quarantines and even travel bans as the most effective in stopping the spread of coronavirus well you know travel bans as a permanent solution don't work what you can do is that travel bans when selectively used can delay the influx of cases in two other countries we have fifteen cases in the United States thirteen of which are travel related in two of which are spouses of people who traveled I believe and I think everyone is looking at the results now believe that if we had not put the travel restriction with China several weeks ago we would have had many more cases of corona virus in the United States although it's not any permanent solution because once you have widespread disease throughout the world travel bans don't work it can sometimes and I think this case is one example be successful on a temporary basis to delay the influx of cases China remains the epicenter of corona virus so it looks like the numbers may be stabilizing but now we're watching a South Korea scrambles to cope with the largest number of reported cases outside of China how should we be viewing that and do you think we'll continue to see hot spots emerge around the globe well I hope not because you know whether or not we're going to be evolving into a true pandemic is going to be dependent on two things one the extent to which China can control the outbreak in their own country and the number of people who travel out to go to other countries the second important factor is how will other countries that now have travel related cases how will they contain the outbreak in their own country because once you get robust sustained person to person to person to person transmission then the situation could get worse and we could evolve into a true pandemic as a member of the White House coronavirus task force are you satisfied with the attention and focus the president is giving to this but absolutely I mean the the task force we we have a White House meeting every single day sometimes every day plus a couple of calls and on several occasions we've actually physically gone in and brief the president himself in the oval office of the president is clearly very much engaged in this Dr Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases also a member of the white house's coronavirus task force thank you for speaking with us good to be with you
More virus cases confirmed on Japan liner
"Eighty eight more cases of coronavirus have now been confirmed on a quarantine cruise ship near Tokyo that brings the total number on the diamond princess to five hundred forty two the largest outside China CBS news correspondent Chris Martinez spoke with some Americans who were evacuated from that ship aboard the diamond princess cruise ship docked off Japan Jerry Cerati Goldman and her husband Carl chronicled their quarantine packed and ready to go and they were rescued by the US state department a top US government scientist says the ship's attempted to keep passengers under quarantine failed so the goldmans and three hundred thirty eight other American passengers boarded chartered flights to the U. S. mid flight Corel developed respiratory symptoms Carl had a fever and their flight landed at an airfield outside Omaha Nebraska or coral was taken to the hospital and Jerry went into quarantine this is it for fourteen days Chris Martinez CBS news
Los Angeles: 14 Americans Evacuated From Cruise Ship Test Positive For Coronavirus
"The quarantine cruise ship passengers who tested positive for covert nineteen infections are being quarantined in two states now fourteen American cruise ship passengers who tested positive for novel coronavirus or cope with nineteen are being closely watched in California and in Omaha Nebraska three hundred thirty eight Americans were evacuated from the diamond princess cruise ship in Japan on two flights landing Monday at military bases in California and Texas to begin a fourteen day quarantine ABC's Clayton Centel in
American cruise passengers quarantined at US military bases
"State department officials say that thirteen who tested positive for the corona virus were allowed to get on the plane to the U. S. because they were a symptomatic there now at the hospital in Omaha Nebraska the other three hundred and fifteen evacuees from the cruise ship remain into we quarantine at Air Force bases in Travis in California and lack Lynn in Texas meanwhile at least forty Americans remain in Japan with the corona virus they are part of a group of more than five hundred from the diamond princess cruise ship that have so far tested positive I'm Julie Walker
U.S. flies 338 Americans home from cruise ship, including 14 with coronavirus
"More than three hundred thirty Americans evacuated from the diamond princess cruise ship in Japan are now back in the U. S. many are under quarantine for signs of novel coronavirus and some of and hospitalized ABC's Clayton Centel in Omaha Nebraska hundreds of passengers checked before leaving the ship were deemed healthy to fly but after the evacuation had already begun a complication new test results revealed those fourteen people were positive for the virus exposing others on a forty minute bus ride to the airport officials making a critical decision saying the safest option was to push forward with the evacuation putting infected patients
First American Dies of Coronavirus in Wuhan, China
"The first in the deadly coronavirus outbreak the US embassy in Beijing confirmed that the first American has died from the virus at the epicenter in the Chinese city of Wuhan the outbreak is responsible for more than seven hundred and twenty deaths all but two of occurred in mainland China more than thirty four thousand people have been infected with the virus worldwide including at least twelve confirmed cases of the virus Michael George is here with more details on the latest at the embassy offered very few details on the American who died but we do know they were sixteen years old and that they died on Wednesday at a hospital in Wuhan the death occurred as hundreds of American evacuees prepared for their return to the US roughly three hundred American evacuees arrived at military bases around the US all of them coming from Wuhan China the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak certainly it's it's concerning doctor Henry walk of the CDC leads the coronavirus response team at Travis Air Force base in California where more than two hundred passengers are under quarantine walk says five of the evacuees displayed symptoms and were hospitalized a fever shortness of breath along with any call for example other flights loaded with evacuees landed in Omaha Nebraska and San Antonio Texas where health officials wearing hazmat suits escorted passengers off planes to start a fourteen day quarantine I am happy to report that we did not find any evidence of illness among the passengers who landed here today the largest single group of confirmed infections outside China exist in Japan on the diamond princess cruise ship you can see that this is highly how Slurpee at least thirty four hundred passengers and crew are currently on board the ship has been docked in Yokohama since Wednesday more than sixty passengers including at least eleven Americans tested positive for the virus we take our temperature a minimum of three times a day and in China nearly sixty million people are still on some kind of partial or total public transportation locked down to try to contain the virus new research suggests the pangolin an endangered mammal who scales are highly valued in Chinese medicine may have passed the virus to human and U. S. based cruise lines are taking their own precautions real Caribbean international and Norwegian cruise lines issued bands for any gas holding a Chinese Hong Kong or Macau passport regardless of residency in
More planes with quarantined China passengers arrive in US
"Other flights loaded with evacuees landed in Omaha Nebraska and San Antonio Texas where health officials wearing hazmat suits escorted passengers off planes to start a fourteen day quarantine I am happy to report that we did not find any evidence of illness among the passengers who landed here today the largest single group of confirmed infections outside China exist in Japan on the diamond princess cruise ship you can see that this is highly how Slurpee at least thirty four hundred passengers and crew are currently on board the ship has been docked in Yokohama since
U.S. plans more evacuation flights from China
"Several more U. S. government chartered evacuation flights are departing Wuhan China about two hundred fifty American evacuees will arrive in San Antonio Texas tomorrow seventy more arriving in Omaha Nebraska CBS is Michael George says it comes with word the death toll has risen to six hundred thirty eight all but two in China Wuhan the epicenter of the outbreak has begun converting gymnasiums and convention centers
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"omaha nebraska" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Com something I love Mike is how small of a world it is sometimes I was in Omaha Nebraska not doing something for the radio show doing something else and it was an event with Brian Kilmeade you know he's got a new book out called Sam Houston in the Alamo ventures the American history I have it he gave me one yes and I'm sitting there telling me how I'm I'm getting my copy signed as just like a common person and I said yeah you know I do some you know financial radio as well because I do you know my cluster said I know my cluster I do my clusters radio show that I do Hey guys how's he doing what's cool and texting you immediately like Brian Kilmeade says Hey yeah he says that kind of guy he's he's great he's let's not kid ourselves so we you know we we like a radio program but he's really busy doing a whole lot of stuff just friends in the morning his daily radio show and writing all these books I don't know how he keeps up with everything but yeah he's he's literally that kind of guy I I died and I probably see a half a dozen times a year when he's in town but at the same time you know just odds go it by the way you know just how yes yeah great guy I was really impressed because normally when someone's on TV or that famous on the radio there's a little bit of an error about them not at all with Brian Kilmeade such a down to earth guy so if you're looking for a great gift his latest book Sam Houston in the Alamo Avengers the Texas victory that changed American history is available now and a great read and what I was talking with Brian was part of my job to ask some questions because our nation seems to be so divided right now politically that's no secret I asked him what he thinks about people who let their politics dictate their financial decisions Graham over the whole boycott ban thing enough for that and I would love for people to show some courage on that but money really reflects on that I could never tell anybody where to invest but I could just say this pretty clear that there's certain candidates out there they have every interest in destroying Wall Street just doesn't work you can vilify rich people and expect to push yourself up it doesn't work even though they were less rich people to fight back did you find that ninety five percent of our and every dollar and here's the thing is not just rich people it's the middle class that have just done kind of well that's considered rich in this day and age but over the years might have you seen people damage their financial future by making some financial decisions based on political beliefs and leans I think it's possible to do I think that certainly fairly recently but will just before trump was a lot there were people that were certainly afraid that if trump got elected there'd be a lot of disruption and and so I've talked to people over the past few years that got a markets because they're worried about which way the election was going to go and then didn't know when to get back in because they were already Altan and certainly very soon after president trump was elected markets started going up quite a bit and they continue to do so all there's been some volatility of continued to go up to where you know we've been seeing all time highs and and there are people who sometimes because of elections are sometimes because of politics for assumptions that they're making we'll just go ahead get on the sideline and throughout history happens time and time again and once they're out when they're not committed after they see the market go back up there at that point then they're afraid to buy in because they feel like they're paying more than they would have paid if they had just stayed in and then they constantly way well I'm gonna buy and the death from a bind the data from to get back in if this happens of the in that doesn't happen right and so you do again what we're all about active management on portfolios I don't like to hang in there approach but you have to take a look at the reasons for it to me they need to be fundamental what is the economy doing what is the jobs market like there are lots and lots of indicators that we can watch were certainly always looking for precursors to a bad situation I use it and an example some people track something that sounds very very general witches corrugated boxes right so just just cardboard boxes so how are they selling was a distribution on Corgan because are certain companies that make corrugated box right is insuring leading indicator if you think about it if companies are slowing down on their orders of corrugated boxes it means they're anticipating selling this product which means that they're in just one of these things that you can watch I'm giving an example cause get zero to do with politics yeah that's true you know an added something that somebody can get real focused on you could very focused on there's a lot of things you can get very focused on and there is no one thing have to look at all of it but politics aren't always the biggest is you are I think we're coming up on something that is potentially problematic because of what president trump has built and then basically I think kind of Brian was alluding to this everybody on the other side are saying we're gonna take all that away well that no that doesn't sound it probably does create some problems because if you go after all these businesses start raising their taxes again guess what they they don't have as much instead of the hire new people the county probably says down so that being said when it comes to politics and investing is it a good idea or bad idea I I think a good idea is to to look at that is that that's one component of dozens of other indicators we can be looking at and and as as a a wealth management firm as were helping our clients protecting grow their money through active management of portfolios as fiduciary isn't fee based advisers it's our job to look at all of them make educated decisions moving forward about how much we would want to be in the market or how much we would want to be out of the market and win and that's what our clients are paying us to do if we continue to do a good job at that they're going to continue working with this person if we do a bad job frankly they're just going to call me up say Mike you're fired we're going somewhere else right and that's fine what we want to do is make sure that our clients of a relationship with their financial adviser and they know that we have a vested interest in them doing well moving forward and as long as we do that we know they're gonna stay clients and if we can't they're not and I think that's what I found over twenty plus years of doing this Kristin that's the type of relationship I believe most people want they don't want somebody calling them trying to sell a product they want to partner and somebody has a vested interest in them doing well and that's what you have built your firm on Jalan wealth management is making sure that you are partnering with individuals with families and making sure that.
China delegation cancels US farm trip after trade talks wrap
"Bomb Chinese officials on Friday abruptly cancelled plans to tour farms harm by Beijing's terrace on American agricultural goods the Chinese trade negotiators plan to visit farms in Bozeman Montana and Omaha Nebraska the cancellations dampened hopes of success in this latest round of trade talks between the US and China the White House announced Friday the exemption of more than four hundred Chinese products from twenty five percent tariffs imposed by president trump that follow Beijing exempting pork and soybeans from further terrified ex president trump downplayed the risks of not striking a deal with China before the presidential
Coca Cola, Warren Buffett And Charlie Munger discussed on Brett Winterble
"Weekend in Omaha Nebraska is the annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting and Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett were making their ways around talk at a variety of folks, Warren Buffett, he's a Jain Norma's democrat. I know I know so Charlie monger, I don't care about that. But I talking about the politics of the business of this. He also loves Coca Cola. He drinks about five cans of coca day, Warren Buffett. All right. His company is the largest shareholder of Coca Cola with a ten percent stake worth nineteen and a half billion dollars. So when he's talking about Coca Cola, and he's making comments about Coca Cola. He's making comments about Coca Cola and the management of Coca Cola is paying close attention because he's a big customer. He's big shareholder. So they asked him FOX businesses Liz, claiming said to Warren Buffett, what do you think about the idea that Coca Cola is thinking about diversifying into cannabis products? Either a CD concoction THC concoctions any of that sort of stuff. What do you think about Coca Cola getting involved in the marijuana business? They said it would be bad news Munger and Buffett said it would be bad news for the brand that the brand has a wholesome image. And that it would be detrimental sheep. She pushed a little further. He he didn't indicate that he would sell Coca Cola. He wouldn't dump his his his stake in Coca Cola. But he did say to Liz claiming I think everybody who knows what Coca Cola is. It has one hundred percent brand recognition around the world and all two hundred countries or whatever it is. Everybody knows what a Coca Cola is what coke is. It would it would be deleterious to that. Now all this goes back to the September report that coke had its eye on entering the cannabis space after constellation brands and Molson Coors announced their own investments in that industry. Then a month later Coca Cola dismissed it. They said they were not in talks or they were thinking about getting in talks with Aurora cannabis to produce a CBD infused beverage executives Coca-Cola said the company does not plan on getting into that space. Coca-cola could be missing out on a huge opportunity, by the way because that market in the US alone is expected to explode from one billion to sixteen billion in the next six years the market for for cannabis. It's already rapidly expanding. So that's an interesting question and an interesting dilemma. Bear in mind. Charlie Munger ninety five years old and Buffet's not that far behind him. These are these are not spring chickens, and they grew up at a time when when the grass was the grass was in what you
"omaha nebraska" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Omaha. Nebraska this afternoon where hundreds of homes are damaged, and tens of thousands of acres are inundated with water the US. Army corps of engineers says rivers breached, at least a dozen levees in Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri. We'll have much more on this story coming up at ten thirty one brewery owners in Michigan say they were caught off guard after being told they could violate state liquor regulations by brewing beer for charitable causes. At the center of the controversy is a popular effort nationwide Abreu a special batch of beer to benefit the victims of California wildfires. WW MTV says the issue stems from a provision in the states, liquor code. That says a licensee shall not allow a person whose name does not appear on the license to use or. Benefit from the license. The Michigan brewers guild says it will take a closer look at liquor control codes, and we'll plan to propose a legislative fix the university of Illinois withdrew a number of job offers after doing background checks last year. You by pulled over two dozen job offers after background checks last year. The news exists the twenty five jobs pooled is ten fewer than the previous year and a fraction of the wooden thirteen thousand background checks done in two thousand eighteen university. Details the paper that of the twenty five people turned down for the job seven apply for positions at the Obama champagne campus sixteen at the Chicago campus in two of the university hospital in Chicago, Keith Johnson is radio and what oh five point nine FM state. Police say another trooper's vehicle was hit Sunday night. And that's the thirteenth time. So far this year drivers have crashed into squad cars parked with emergency lights flashing the latest incident was reported on I eighty Juliette when a motorist slammed into the back of the troopers squad car, injuring the trooper back in January trooper Christopher. Lambert was killed on the Tri state tollway. We'll get an update on the markets from Bloomberg next. Is they are rising WBZ news time ten twenty three. Robert here. Robert, somebody burned down, my she shed, no one bird done, your, she shed shero all really victims. Because my she sheds burning up in the backyard. She shared was struck by lightning, Cheryl, Robert state farm cover. My she shed does she shed. She turned are shed mature hideaway Robert covered. You hear that Victor? I'm getting a new she she or she head. Can we stop says she shared now with a win? That's here to help life go, right? State farm. Talk.
Winter storm blasts U.S. Midwest
"The midwest. Getting pounded with winter weather more. Now from USA radio's Rick Vincent in Omaha. Nebraska, eighty is closed from grand island to north Platte. Westbound and from north Platte to Lexington. Eastbound doodoo whiteouts, then crashes. Heavy snow and blizzard like conditions are reported as the powerful winter storms move through the middle of Nebraska, a member of blizzard or winter storm warnings effect throughout the night at least six inches of snow has fallen in at an Ellwood. They have these expected to fall in a swath from northwest Kansas up through central Nebraska in eastern, South Dakota and central Minnesota ten inches of snow in parts of Minnesota and the
"omaha nebraska" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Sean fall from Omaha Nebraska and a couple of friends playing a rock band called Eric in outer space. Eric in outer space, the writes, my dad got me hooked on the podcast years ago, high debt out I could repay you again, countless hours of entertainment for this song local barely there. That's a start. But yeah, no, there's more you got up to. You're gonna have to send stuff that's important. I Bill Livingston joins us now from the Cleveland Plain Dealer. We were going to have live on yesterday. And and all of us recognize because Bill, and I are newspaper guys that the story of more import locally was Maryland than its of more import today as well because they reverse themselves, and I will get in fact, I'm going to start with this. We're gonna get to the firings of the Cleveland coaches, which interest me, but I'm gonna start with this. A DJ Durkin is not urban Meyer urban Meyer had a circumstance I'm not going to say it's the same because nobody died thankfully in the urban Meyer circumstance, nobody was beaten to death. But even Meyer, very publicly was put on the shelf for awhile and very publicly was welcomed back a greater coach by far. But I believe a public liar. I believe that. I don't know if you live, and I just sort of wondered what are the? Dynamics that that that compelled Ohio State or influenced Ohio State to say we're going to welcome him back when they could have said as they said with previous coaches of great consequence. No, they're done. Well, I agree with you believe urban Meyer. Did you know what's untruth will? Well, he lied. He lied, and he'd deleted emails that proved that he was telling giving a false account things. The reason urban Meyer is still coaching allow state is he's eighty two and nine. Won a national championship in two big ten championships. Let's it that yet. You know, they got insanely lucky when they fired trestle in as look back on it with the Penn State thing and the gymnastics at Michigan state and the Durkan thing. I know trestle was fired because he lied to the CA, but it was, you know, pre tattoos from a more from memorabilia, it was like a parking ticket. But that's neither here nor there urban Meyer stare because he he wins at a school. For the football coach head more count ability and one that was less. Fixated on winning it almost all costs. He wouldn't be. So I guess I would ask this are we now hearing what sounds like the plan of an exit strategy from Ohio State by urban Meyer. This talk about sys is talk about oh, I will be back next year. When you float these things Livy, no one is ever surprised if you make a decision to leave and go somewhere else. Right. And it's rim of the Florida case of how he left Florida in many ways. And also, you know, basically when Mireles suspended for the first three games Ryan day took over the interim job. It was basically, you know, you can look at it. It was his job interview. I only they won three they wanna Rian and BTC you on the road, which at the time TCU thought to be a pretty good teams. Right. Right. And you know, I think in the circumstances in which they played them into still a fairly good win. You know, he did a they've got a guy in waiting. If urban wants to leave do you think he will? They got insanely lucky when they got when urban Meyer suddenly decided he wants to come back, you know, and they actually got a better coach than trestle certainly there's never been anybody at Ohio State,.
"omaha nebraska" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Your host thank you for joining us open phones at triple eight eight to five five five that's triple eight eight to five five to the luke is starting off this hour in omaha nebraska high luke how are you hi dave thanks for taking my call i really appreciate it sure what's up so i'm on baby step two i'm a fairly new listener too and i'm all in zelimkhan all that stuff question about baby step two though i have some stock options through work or vested that i can sell their non retirement and i was curious about tax implications at the end of the year should i if i sell those to pay off my snowball should i save x amount of those two for end of your taxes or how does that work have you exercised the options or they're just options there they're exercised so you own the stock correct yes how long have you owned the stock investing over the last three years okay because if you've if you've found it more than a year any gain you have on it will be taxed at capital gains now when you took the options did you pay taxes on them at that time as income you should have right yeah they say for example i had one hundred hundred shares for example they took out x amount of them automatically through the tax cut through the stock company from what i understand and then i was able to sell the ones that were leftover because when they give you stock or give you a deal on stock that's ordinary income because that's part of your income package when you sell stock at a profit that you've owned more than a year that would be taxed at capital gains rate of fifteen percent okay to be less a lot less than on based on your income so how much money are we talking about cashing out here it was only like ten grand call okay a lot of money it was enough to get me going on my snowball yeah good well i'm definitely cashing it out regardless of the tax implication the only question is how much to hold back for the taxes and you probably need to sit down with a tax pro and give them the details of your scenario and let them calculate how much your tax bill is actually going to be okay and then that tells you how much to hold back but no it's not automatically held back for you you're owning the stock and the stock is being sold it sounds like you've owned it long enough that it'll be a capital gains rate that's what it sounds like but double check that with a tax pro and actually calculators so you don't get a pants you don't wanna have four thousand dollar tax bill and you only held back thousand bucks or something and so calculated out ahead of time know where you're going to have a clear path and then that's the route to go but yeah do hold something back after meeting with a pro and figuring it out if you don't have a tax pro just go to daveramsey dot com click on e l p for tax preparation.
San Francisco's median house price climbs to almost $1 million
"All across america eight six six ninety redeye i'm gary mcnamara he's our carly let's move away just for a moment from the nazi and fascist talk if we can report out this week from the department of housing and urban development finds the median price for a single family home in the bay area is now nine hundred and thirty five thousand dollars why that's the median media wow all right where should i work should i just check the the median house price dallas austin let's orlando somewhere like in omaha all right all right just don't just don't check the the the house of one warren buffett okay so the this is from zillow okay all right so the median house price which means hafer above and half below nine hundred and thirty five thousand omaha nebraska one hundred sixty four thousand that's why why buffets still lives there he knows how to make money and not spend money i'll i'll i'll do it for dallas all right all right here we go dallas one hundred and eighty six thousand okay well we talked about this it was years ago when they said that you're going to price the bay area's going to price low income families out they've already done that they did that years ago but ultimately it will be the whitest city in the nation you will have very few minorities living in the bay area okay that was dallas alone okay the whole north texas right the metro area two hundred sixty thousand media all right okay meeting home prices in north texas almost ninety percent higher than they were in march of two thousand nine yeah but still two hundred sixty thousand innovatory rapidly growing marketplace sellers market definitely so but you you look at it there nine hundred and thirty five thousand well that's why you can be a family making six figures in the bay area and still be low income you're not gonna afford you're not going to afford a house that's half that much could afford a four hundred and fifty thousand four hundred seventy five thousand dollar home so our company was going to move our students and say you guys need to move to san francisco to do the show we'd want what three million dollars i think i would ask for a house actually.
Spain win group despite Morocco draw
"In the books for the world cup and the mariners continue their road trip tm's orioles getting a four game series underway at camden yards for a five hour time today with felix on the mound for the mariners six and six record five point one four yar andrew cash ner going for the birds he is to an abm's four and a half games out of first place in the american league west behind the houston astros play host to toronto later today at the college world series in omaha nebraska the championship series best of three getting underway tonight's game one oregon state and arkansas at four o'clock course the beavers bounce the huskies from the tournament at the world cup today portugal in iran played a one one draw spain and morocco ties will add to and that means spain wins group b but portugal does advance to the knockout stage as the second the best team in that group and in the knockout round of sixteen portugal we'll take on urguay spain will face russia the host country losing for the first time today falling to uruguay three now more sports in thirty minutes right here on your home of the.
College Baseball World Series held this weekend in Nebraska
"Desk good morning eric heintz the washington husky baseball team is at the college world series this weekend tonight they'll face mississippi state levi jordan says the diamond dogs are ready to play before the huge crowds in omaha nebraska you know playing in front of the crowds in carolina and also in california that's been a tremendous thing and it's prepared us for really anything you'd be great for that size of the crowd to be on our side you know but you know that's the part that you have to be tough about when you're playing on the road and you know our team is tough and we can play through that so play the bulldogs at five o'clock tonight on espn seahawks wrapped up their offseason training program with this week's three day mini camp coach p curl was pleased with his team's effort over the past few days but before they headed in their different directions he asked his players to keep their minds on football i'm concerned about the six weeks coming up in two guys do a really good job taking care of themselves and coming back stronger and faster they're in good shape right now millie we we'd be ready to go into the cap then we'd be in good shape we'll come back and let it rip the won't be on the practice field together again until july twenty six the start of training camp and the sounders are off this weekend after a two one road loss to the red bulls in new york a week from today they host chicago sports at ten and forty minutes past the hour i'm eric heintz in.
"omaha nebraska" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Duke blue devils and the city of omaha nebraska which is hosting its first regional in city history this weekend has hosted a lot of big events big prize fights in the city proper it's one of the best boxers have not the best boxer the world he's held several championship fights here every game every college world series is here every year this might be the biggest event this city has ever seen and we are joined we are joined courtside by the man who has just now i think put his arms down for the celebration the head coach of the kansas jayhawks bill self would you walked over and took the headset your first comment was what a game can you believe you're on top after this one this is the game that you're proud to be a part of you know unfortunately even if you don't win it in and we played our tails off they play great duval was unbelievable he made more hard shots and we actually did a decent job when everybody else but you're marvan's going gonna get his but to play through foul trouble with dope and have silvio come in there even though the sports on he he plugged he plugged the gap for some and then you know we we shots and you guys with some of the worst shots ever in the first half and how quick and how deep but the guys kept a free mind and then league came off late when it needed to the most and then sphere made a huge win to put us in ot and then took over coach quickly i talked to you last week in wichita and people have sat around the country that this is your best coaching su this last week this was a great chess match it's gotta rate up pretty high though yeah i haven't got these guys play hard and it's tough is i wish they would consistently but but we were up today and we battled and and you know only chance was you know well not our only chance i guess because you've always got a chance but we wanted to try to tap the middle and we actually did a good job and we got it in their enough that they they they changed how they guard it and then we were able to pitch out and make some reason we.
"omaha nebraska" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You know as you mentioned they beat a team out of the week wack and almost always seems to be that way in the tournament in new mexico state sort of stood out in the conference but wasn't good enough to stay in the test against the team the acc like clemson is and tipper they had to brownell as you mentioned he's done a great job with this basketball team but personally i feel kansas is the rodney dangerfield of this tournament and especially at this stage of the tournament here you're the number one seed that right now is sixth in odds to cut down the nets i mean they're behind duke villanova kentucky gonzaga michigan then comes kansas no respect whatsoever for the jayhawks here and the setting here in omaha nebraska as you mentioned the newsletter you know this is this is kansas against three other visitors visiting teams here this is going to be a huge ton of support for kansas in this basketball game i'm going to stay with the with them in this contest here i like the price the price is right and i think clemson had nice tournament here they'll be satisfied to leave with the winds hey good job we did a nice job we made it to the sweet sixteen markle trying squeeze in at least one more here with you for the friday slate and that is syracuse at duke and jimmy behind do it again i mean i felt that this team didn't even deserve to be here but my hat's off that they've taken advantage of the opportunity they beat tcu they shocked michigan shoshefsky got to know more about this zone than apparently is oh and jamie dixon do i mean eleven and a half is a lot of points but can the orange get it done again well you don't something they play jim behind style of basketball you know this is the two winningest coaches in all of college basketball history both arp cardholders but both hall of fame coaches nonetheless two teams.
"omaha nebraska" Discussed on Here & Now
"The women's basketball team at tiny grace university in omaha nebraska had a winning season and qualified for a regional postseason tournament that begins wednesday but this season is about a lot more than wins and losses for the royals because this is the end of the line for the team their school is closing in may mike tobias from n e t nebraska reports tomorrow we have off today let's really hit home on some stuff we didn't really work on uh from the past week guy coach brandon rogers is going easy on his team during this wednesday night practice they've just played four games in five days including trips to arkansas oklahoma and south dakota hey reporting we can do it let's go for every bigmoney highprofile college sports program there is a tiny low profile grace university they compete in the national christian college athletic association and have won a few championships over the years unlike their major conference neighbors grace athletics doesn't have things like showers with heated floors lockers with builtin ipads charter jets to games the royals travel in a rented fifteen passenger van it's a small christian college that started the season with a new young coach and big dreams are goals regional never been done since we joined the division one an ansi see a or or excited or angry then came a tuesday morning in october junior guard loretta gamba was it daily chapel with teammates classmates teachers she remembers it was unusually packed and she remembers what a school official told the crowd that he announces.
"omaha nebraska" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Radiocom presents not so nice advice with comedian shaath night we read advice columns we figure out why they're wrong in the we give you the real answer that i saw untorn because i know the teenagers make them worse to citizens zia what you do is you teach which is how the be smart about sex and until the my son all the time about such as guess he's like dead on ten the he advice which media shocking was legalized gambling subscribe at the new radiocom app case to be us news time 1141 workers underway to replace a decaying decadesold piece of border wall and collects akot which is about one hundred twenty miles east of san diego though work on the two mile stretch represents the first border wall contra contract awarded in the trump administration aside from eight prototypes that were built in san diego s w f constructors of omaha nebraska won the contract the administration seeks eighteen billion dollars to extend the wall but so far efforts to pay for it have failed in the us senate the reverend billy graham died today at the age of ninety nine kcbs is tim ryan tells us the graham spoke highly of san francisco and last visit i did in 1997 the most significant death of a private citizen since martin luther king the bay area welcomed the top evangelical in preacher two presidents from harry truman to barack obama on several occasions with large adoring crowds it for good reason says university of san francisco police sipe professor james taylor but i don't think oh ever be quite a personality right billy graham because again good week ram found a way to appear to be neutral advising and praying what president colombo five of the column even though there is a lot of criticism around is supportive richard nixon and vietnam taylor says graham avoided the more realistic politics that we see today in modern evangelism at the cal palace in 1958 he derided the nuclear arms race but can destroy civilization is reported he wants to set of san francisco the dairy is so beautiful.
"omaha nebraska" Discussed on WDRC
"A wiese's where those in omaha nebraska i we see how are you good i'm good how 'bout you better than i deserve what's up the i hate people everything you do um i have a little bit police in that i can come off and meet europe by baen program so um i'm putting clear though i'd be a three one facts um and i just got how end up paying it off by by march or they mom me debt free and the park the top of the house must for my new that'll make good money and or speak in english and they could not believe northend and i got married for my wife wants to move way uh another date because nothing like here and i just wanna know is it why for me the moon staying i'll should i did my birth uh from the grief or should i get my who calling degree bachelors m m okay in your moving to another state why um and because my why he doesn't like nebraska doesn't feel comfortable here okay where does she won't move powder kentucky where aid uh and worship grew up i guess she grew up in omaha oh in omaha hm it okay uh have you been married how we do married about pretty bad for you so far three years and if so so this has been when you you got you and your wife have been talking about this for a long time right um not a long time about about eight years old because she did pressure emulate now uh ellen move but i have a good job here at home in finally get it together the how can be paid for and i was thinking about moving apartment a be together is the fact he wants to go to a different states mmm so is she trying to get away from your family not likely he like my family agent that she thing through the 5 b independent ranking the state mm hmm better uh needing break mike help.
"omaha nebraska" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"With glad your hair open phones a triple eight eight two five five two two five that's triple eight eight two five five two two five joel is with us in omaha nebraska joe lowery you not too bad dave god what's are you doing better than i deserve how can i know well uh the wife and i have been just starting our journey on pu howard almost through baby theft one um but i kinda keep going back and forth with my job opportunities currently i'm in law enforcement uh working for the county sheriff's office here and i keep going back or having that does dyer to go back to my pipe welding in pipefitting job that had left three years ago um well the money is way better i do miss working with my hands i i i love doing mechanical things then do in the welding and pipefitting and and everything and i'm not gonna lie there's a lot of people that you you get tired of dealing with all the time in law enforcement and i just i don't know if i'm being selfish paying and law enforcement for the family or now why would you be selfish we make more money doing what you like why is that selfish well i'm things being selfish stay in law enforcement how is that selfish bucket i i'm not making much i took about a thirty thousand dollar and pay no i i say i see but but that's that's us that's a separate issue i mean if you hate pipe fitting and hate working with your hands and didn't want to do that anymore then you could have the discussion of okay i'm giving up something that i love for because of the for the good of my family right but i i enjoy working with my hand on planning other way around but i mean you can't you can't love it and feel selfish for doing the other thing you're selfish for doing the other thing you're you're be selfish for not taking the more money that would be selfish seattle that i guess she all it'd be almost i'd be almost make an almost forty thousand now with because they got a new president at the pipefitting company and he's revamp things a lot better than the pays better too so you've me megan 40000 an in working with your hands and you.
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"Omaha nebraska kyw news mike denardo reports cheryl logan their teeth academic officer for philadelphia schools is heading to omaha to be a first time superintendent he'll become that districts first african american and second female superintendent it's very humbling for me to know that i broke that the ceiling so to speak logan who was bilingual says she believed she's a good fit for a fifty three thousand student district that is a quarter african american and one third hispanic they talked a lot about my ability to speak spanish i'm not a native spanish i learned started to learn spanish and the seventh grade superintendant william hide recruited logan from maryland five years ago she'll continuing her philadelphia role until the end of june mike denardo kyw newsradio two people are dead dozens injured in another amtrak crash this time near columbia south carolina the amtrak train number di di what was traveling from new york city to abby what a sled to do a csx freight trade the columbia south carolina suburb of casey there were one hundred thirty nine passengers and eight crew members on the amtrak trade its lead injured several cars derailed there were about seven passengers that were transported to local area hospitals for various injuries there were two fatalities according to the election county coroner's office that it has been confirmed harris hill is a spokesman for lexington county south carolina chip chrysoula cbs news kyw news time nine eleven lebanon a moment the latest traffic and transit sports radio ninety four wip made days with jody camera john richey weekdays ten am.
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"Me on twitter pete mondo chris in omaha nebraska you're on fox news talk what's on your mind chris hey thank caroline me on i'm giving them a b and the reason i'm giving him a b because i've never seen the kind of adversity thrown in the program in my lifetime anyway you know i'm approaching 50 here and and never have i seen anything like this people to the aisle yeah i i think it's a little hard to get things done when everybody's against you that's what we call the swamp we'll chris i would agree with that but here's the thing trump has not done himself any favors to get these republicans to see his vision of america you know he he he has not dented good job of applying the art of the deal to this presidency and i i you know i agree there is no no guarded by the way we could put on the twitter but at least we know what are you thinking you know the polish politicians that we've had in my lifetime you know they know exactly what to tell you even though to lie at least we know it coming out of his mouth actually in his head but but no i agree i think there's a learning curve tipped the mayor of the business man he hasn't spent wiping politic like every other politician out there so my hope is that the draining the swamp mean the next election we you know yet them people that will run up against other republicans yet the grain of wall now chris lemme kurt chris you mentioned the.
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