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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"It would almost be late something like a good shot at least for suspects who stole the jewelry are still at large details are now being released about to Jacksonville children who were missing for more than two days six year old Braxton Williams and his five year old sister Bryant were discovered and some words last week more than forty eight hours after they wandered away from home they were discovered inside a hunting blind sitting on private property police say the kids went into the woods to look for a tree house investigators and volunteer search hundreds of homes one hundred thirty acres in twenty bodies of water before finding them a seminal county man known as the junk man is in a new tangle with the county officials for years Allah Davis has been notorious for junk cars plane parts even a towering boarding box that you sign neighbors watch a new structure going up at his home near Altamonte springs the state that me and then he just keeps building and the county court enforcers are back but he appears to be ignoring them in the past Davis has argued privacy and property rights over the decades Davis has spent time in prison for refusing to comply with court orders they've all news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. in here are our top Florida man stories for twenty nineteen involving just cars all composite we go wrong with Florida man in a moving vehicle right Florida man loves getting behind the wheel drunk Florida man crashes along more into a police car and claims he was poisoned by the cops a Florida couple gets additional charges tacked on for having sex in a police car following their do you why arrest and over in Punta Gorda Florida woman pulls a small alligator out ever yoga pants during a traffic stop and finally the top Florida man moving vehicle story for twenty nineteen is a Palm Beach man who drives a Ferrari into the water because Jesus told him to George Ramirez news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. I don't know pulling a small alligator out of anywhere that's not the water they now for my next trick yeah right yeah that's that's kind of impressive very dangerous and something I would not condone anyone to do make like wonder if she was walking around with that with that where where did she stuff like what part of her yoga pants.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KGO 810

"Hattori until eleven AM on Wednesday Eiji is Terry rouse reports is not clear when power would be restored if they decide to shut it off cal fire in the meantime is getting the upper hand on a suspicious fire started in Santa Clara county during the weekend the reservoir fire near my **** is now seventy percent contained has burned nearly one hundred thirty acres the fire started mid morning on Saturday and grew to six separate fires at one point though at least to have since merged the trial of a Hillsborough Eris accused of killing her ex boyfriend begins this morning Tiffany leave made national headlines when she and her family were able to post her sixty five million dollar bail she and her boyfriend are accused of killing her ex boyfriend Keith green in twenty sixteen amid a custody battle over their two children house speaker Nancy Pelosi is hinting at impeachment if a whistle blower complaint is not made public corresponded Jerry both Lana reports house speaker Nancy Pelosi is warning of quote a new stage of investigation if the trump administration refuses to release the whistle blower complaint that reportedly stem from the president's phone call with the president of Ukraine Connecticut congressman Jim Himes doesn't expect any cooperation this administration has shown such a daily willingness to be in violation of the law that it wouldn't surprise me if the acting director of national intelligence stays with this lawless stance that they are not required to produce the whistle blower report the acting TNI used to appear before the house intelligence committee on Thursday jury bowed lander Washington runs president says his country will offer its own rival security coalition in the Persian Gulf as the U. S. sends more troops to Saudi Arabia correspondent Frederick plight gin reports the coalition comes after a series of attacks in the region including a strike on Saudi Arabia's oil industry for which the U. S. alleges Iran was responsible Ronnie and are saying that anybody who would want to lash out at Iran to quote go ahead so the Ronnie and seemingly saying that they believe they're prepared of course this comes after double three. the foreign minister had already said that if there was a retaliatory strike by the U. S. that this would lead to all out war Iran's president calls the coalition they are forming a plan for long term peace in the region well it's still not clear who will lead Israel in the wake of last week's close election results correspondent Steve Kassebaum says Palestinian Israeli political parties did something historic in an effort to end Benjamin Netanyahu's role for the first time in twenty seven years most of the Arab Israeli political parties came off the sidelines and back the leader of the blue and white party Benny Gantz in an effort to end Benjamin Netanyahu's hold on the prime minister's office but while Netanyahu's Likud party won fewer seats in the Knesset Dan blue and white the prime minister still has the support of all of the right leaning political parties it may give Netanyahu the advantage he needs to get the first crack at forming a unity government in Israel a key Arab Israeli political party did not join the others and supporting Netanyahu's opposition if they did it would give Benny Gantz the edge I'm Steve cast.

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Could Maggots End World Hunger?

BrainStuff

03:25 min | 1 year ago

Could Maggots End World Hunger?

"Are that you like me have spent the better part of your sentient life assuming that maggots are gross and a lot of them are due to their intolerable habit of eating rotting flesh and feces but have you considered that maggots might be what saves saves you all of us in the end. Not maggots are created equal of course no one. That's going to save you is not the flesh-eating screw were Maggot of the Florida keys. He's not the larva that Invest Sardinia's infamous end legal delicacy Casa Mars Zoo or mega cheese. There's only one maggot currently known to science that that could possibly save humanity and that's the larva of the black soldier fly and they're still kinda gross thousands of them will feast on a single food source at once creating reading a writhing living fountain of Maggots but sometimes you just have to set aside discussed in the interest of survival. It's arriving Living Fountain of Beneficent Earth Saving Leaving Maggots Common in much of the Western Hemisphere and Australia. You may not have remembered noticing a black soldier fly before the adults are about one inch long around two and a half centimeters and can be mistaken for wasps. Only they're extremely slow and lack a stinger they often issue flight and spend their fourteen days or so of adulthood Mosey around on the ground but what black soldier flies look like as adults hardly matters as they spend very little time in their grown up bodies in fact thus have no mouth parts or digestive organs because once they become flies it's sort of a hit it and quit situation they can meet within a couple of days of hatching and they don't live if more than a week or two after that so it's the larva that have sustainability researchers salivating literally if their plans come to fruition we will all be eating black soldier fly larva which are referred to as BS. NFL in the Biz this is because BS NFL contain about forty three percent protein in addition to who some calcium and amino acids which is astronomical compared to every other plant and animal based food on the planet and they taste like peanuts or Fritos depending on who you ask according to a two thousand thirteen United Nations report insects already made up parts of the diets around two billion people worldwide and as Earth's human population grows meat like beef and chicken will be a protein option for fewer and fewer people it only takes one acre of BS NFL to grow the same amount of protein S. three thousand acres of cattle or one hundred thirty acres of soybeans. The larger themselves can be dried and turned into flour pressed for their oils or roasted and sprinkled over over a salad for a little extra crunch. The Sky's the limit with these little buddies not only that BS F l make great trash processors. They're capable of eating a wide variety of organic waste nearly anything you can throw at them from food scraps and rotting carcasses to poop and toxic algae although they reportedly had a difficult time managing in hair bones and pineapple rhines so farming with them would leave us with a smaller carbon footprint and a whole lot of compost a group of researchers at Texas am and has even figured out how to put. Bs fell to sleep for long periods of time and then wake them up when it's time to put them to work eating waste a few different companies. These are currently trying to make this BS F. L. being happen but can we get over a revulsion in the interest of survival. Keep

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Tips on some apparent poaching over mother's day weekend, three mule deer carcasses were found near eleven mile reservoir along with some raccoon, and FOX remains animals were killed with arrows from either a Bower, crossbow officials in Florida wanna know why. Why hundreds of illegal immigrants crossing the border from Mexico are going to be shipped monthly and indefinitely to counties in Florida was not something that came down from the White House with something that became out of the agency's. And, you know, sometimes this stuff this stuff happens. And so it's going to ultimately be something, I'm gonna have to talk with, with the president of the governor, Rhonda Santa's last month. President Trump suggested releasing inker. It's into so called sanctuary cities. RIP grumpy cat between Instagram and Twitter grumpy Canada over three million followers, people who would wait for the Little Brown and white felines. Every mean she's on calendars and coffee, mugs in pajamas and place mats even Bob's shoes. Little angry face the result of a form of cat dwarfism now. She's gone at age seven urinary tract infections are fairly common in cath? Her owners say the official grumpy cat had one of those and died of complications, Sherry Preston, ABC news. Another Colorado ski resort will open for Memorial Day weekend. Aspen mountain, we'll have one hundred thirty acres. Open Saturday Sunday and Monday. With both the silver Queen gondola and the Jags express chairlift in operation starting ten in the morning sports, Rocky's play the Phillies tonight in Philadelphia. Our coverage starts at four twenty five this afternoon. On Wall Street, the Dow is currently up by about twenty four points. Our next news update is at ten thirty. I'm Pat Woodard, KOA,.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To go to NBC's bills them for and more on those devastating California wildfires. Good morning Bill. Hey, good morning. Tony. They continue to be very dangerous both in north end, southern California. The campfire, of course in northern California. Now, one hundred thirty acres burned. Thirty five percent contained over eight thousand structures destroyed and forty eight people dead after six more were found inside homes on Tuesday, and that will likely go up as the search continues there, southern California, the Wolsey fire now has blackened almost one hundred thousand acres. Forty percent contained over four hundred structures, damaged and. People dead there sold the firefights continue in both venues and firefighters say as soon as the winds die down. They should be able to make some substantial progress on this. Those winds are expected to die down. Maybe later today into tomorrow. In the meantime, Tony there's a new fire that's on the map here. It is east of Los Angeles in the area of San Bernardino. It's brung up overnight quickly burned twenty acres before San Bernardino, fire said, they got a handle on it. They are currently trying to stop this before it gets any closer toward the suburbs of Los Angeles. And the problem here is though Santa Ana winds have been blowing toward the Pacific Ocean. So this fire could be blown toward those populated suburbs of Los Angeles. Again, right now, they say they have a pretty good hold on it at twenty acres, and they're trying to stop this thing before it can cause any substantial damage know vacuums have been ordered at this point. But it continues to be. A tinderbox there in California. Just right for fires to break out at any time. And there were some stories yesterday about the electric companies up in northern California that they thought there was a problem with wiring and try to alert a resident that there could be some sparks from the wires is this do we know is this how it started? Well, nothing official as of yet. But it's starting to look like that could be the possibility, and this is a utility in California Pacific Gas and electric that has been under fire for some time because of their procedures their maintenance procedures and their safety practices. And yeah, the report is that there was a landowner there in northern California near the origin of the fire who had reported the power company wanted to get on her land because there was some sparking issues going on. And that's all you need to start one of these fires again, nothing officialize of that. But we already know of at least one resident of paradise California who plans to file a lawsuit against this utility, which is already. Struggling financially. So that appears to be the cause here, although it hasn't been exactly documented that way yet. And as usual with these types of tragedies, we're getting now reports of looting is that is it. I didn't get the sense that was very widespread, but we have seen some reports of some looting in those areas. Well, there have been dozens of reports of looting not only in areas that have been burned out as people look for anything of value. But also in areas that have been back and when people leave their homes the looters come in. So there have been several arrests made at this point. But there are a lot of reports of suspicious activity. Now, you have to remember there are a lot of people going through these areas in many cases, they are legitimate belonging to there are those current coroner search and recovery teams that are going through now one hundred national guard members will be joining that group cadaver dogs are being used they're setting up temporary morgue units in rapid DNA analysis system to try to to try to identify some of these victims. So there are a lot of people in these areas lottery ports of suspicious activity. But in many cases, they are legitimate. But there have been reports of looting and arrests made. All right. Well, we'll continue to follow this tragic tragic story bills him for NBC news as always thanks, and we'll talk to you again Bill. My pleasure. Tony I six ten now. Here we do traffic and weather together on the tens. Let's.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Metro area this weekend. Reporting live, Connor shreve. KOA newsradio. Thanks Conor in Westminster. The city approved a controversial plan to raise water rates by ten percent. The increase will take affected January. Westminster says the money will go toward a one hundred and twenty million dollar plan for improvement projects for Kane Michael getting stronger spending toward an expected landfall tomorrow along the Florida, panhandle. Florida's governor Rick Scott. Everything we can what would the key though is thinking about your own family. You've got to make the decision to evacuate Michael about four hundred miles south of Panama City, Florida this morning. It's been upgraded to a category. Two hurricane. We'll hear more about Michael coming up here at eight twenty on Colorado's morning news. The US supreme court now with nine justices is getting to cases starting this morning. It is the first day for Justice Brett cabinet at a ceremonial swearing-in in the White House last night, the president had things to say on behalf of our nation. I want to apologize. To bread and the entire cavenaugh family for the terrible pain and suffering. You have been forced to endure the ceremony was attended. By all the supreme court justices along with Kavanagh's family officials. Upstate New York say the limo that crashed killing twenty people at recently failed an inspection. But lawyer Lee kin Lynn who represents a limo company tells ABC news we understand right now. The the inspections last month were minor things windshield, wipers, a latch on a on a window that needed to be fixed and all those things were fixed. Also officials say that the limo driver did not have the proper license. Investigators in Turkey looking for a missing Washington Post journalists now say that they're going to search the Saudi council in Istanbul. That's where Jamal kashogi was last seen several days ago. Google plus is shutting down after private data from hundreds of thousands of users was exposed to the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google discovered the data breach last March, however. Kept it. Private software bug exposed data, including names, Email addresses, birth dates and other personal information of Google plus users between two thousand fifteen in two thousand eighteen Google said it found no evidence that any of the information was misused Denver's overland park golf course is open to play once again less than a month after the three day grand. Dizzy music festival was held their neighbors had opposed the festival worrying about noise, traffic and trash neighbor. Robert Lavelle tells CBS four many of those concerns just did not materialize. Even some of the biggest opponents of the festival gave the producers in the event a in how it was handled overload officials say the course is in pretty good shape. It's about one hundred thirty acres just one acre had to be recited. The city got about six hundred thousand dollars from the festival to us at the course in that neighborhood festival promoter say the city. We'll talk over the next couple of months to decide whether grand doozy returns next year. The man who wants Kerr who the man who was once Sanders, personal driver and travel companion is auctioning. Some things that he received from the fast food icon. Dick Miller is giving up watch a belt buckle Stetson hat status. You driver's license credit cards and the trademark white suit sale is being handled by heritage auctions. And Kanye west is making a trip to Washington..

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You by unicom global a buses rolled over in crash on the ten freeway downtown la chp officer roberto gomez says the bus with thirty two people aboard rolled over on the ten that the one ten connector on for the smartest could've been definitely some kind of a fatality and luckily you know twenty five of those with minor injuries i consider major i would say everyone pretty lucky today on twenty five of the people on board were taken to a hospital there's some serious injuries us i should say the bus was coming back to koreatown from the pollock esino in san diego at the time of the crash firefighter has been killed battling a wildfire near yosemite national park cal fire says the firefighter was a heavy equipment operator the one hundred thirty acre fire that started late yesterday has caused the shutdown of a roadway into the area and so power lines in the valley have been turned off as fire crews worked to get that fire out the june primary election in california has the highest percentage of voter turnout in a midterm primary election in two decades more than thirty seven percent of registered voters cast ballots out is up more than ten percents on the last midterm primary in two thousand fourteen when turnout hit a record low connecticut democratic senator richard blumenthal says he has concerns over the selection of us supreme court nominee judge brad kavanagh kavanagh's records reveals a deep hostility to both women's reproductive freedom and our country's healthcare system blumenthal says a lot is at stake with cabinet nominees and he says president trump picked cavenaugh in an effort to uphold his own political agenda and to please right wing organizations nurses at one of the largest hospitals in vermont have returned to work after a two day.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A break in just a second civil servant in spain a spanish civil service skipped work for a decade this dude just showed up in the morning clocked in took off came home came back at four o'clock out for ten years somebody finally got suspicious that he wasn't doing his job you think but go ahead i'm just like that takes so much energy yeah we got a we got gotta cut but do i off time to continue okay good thank you because i don't want to go over don't worry i gotcha do you do that i get excited yeah because when you're talking about somebody who's making fifty thousand euro a year who manages for a decade to not show up and do any real work he managed to that routine for ten years until last summer after colleagues began to raise suspicion why so there's nobody that he reports to nobody who see that's civil servant that's bureaucracy that's why that stuff scares me yeah however a tribunal in valencia has now delivered the nine years suspension all they said was that he cannot get a civil servant pu public post for nine years because it doesn't technically constitute a crime so all they're saying is fine you're not getting arrested but you can't have another job like this for nine years and that's that's he should go to jail he got ten years of pay in fifty thousand dollars a year that's a lot of money or divide in euros aren't dollars they're bigger than dollars to say you know oh yeah yeah euros look it up that could be like three quarters of a million dollars is dude is just gone in there i used to know a guy at a radio station i'm not gonna say any names but at a radio station i worked at in san diego this come in he would put his jacket like a members only jacket he was that kind of guy he had a flat top and you could tell what kind of night he had because his head would look like wet grass at somebody walked on like on nights where he didn't hit it too hard his his flattop was straight up but on nights when it wasn't so good he would he would just come in with his walked on flat top put his jacket on the back and i'm convinced he went home and slept it off and he got away with it yeah all right so we'll we'll figure out the euro's when we come back this kfi am six forty the monique marvez show chiro over and crash on the ten freeway in downtown la chp officer roberto gomez has at the bus with thirty two people on board rolled over on the ten at the one ten connector at about four this morning could've been definitely some kind of a fatality and luckily not twenty five of those with minor injuries i consider major i would say pretty lucky today well twenty five of the people on board were taken to the hospital some do have serious injuries you bus was coming back to korea town from the pala casino in san diego a firefighter has been killed battling a wildfire near yosemite national park cal fire says the firefighter was a bulldozer a heavy equipment operator at the time of the accident that claimed his life to one hundred thirty acre fire that started late yesterday has caused a shutdown roadway into the area and supply lines in the assembly valley have been turned off as crews work to get that fire out a june primary election getting california has hit the highest percentage of voter turnout in a midterm primary election in two decades or thirty seven percent of registered voters cast ballots that is up more than ten percents in the last midterm primary in two thousand fourteen when turnout hit a record low connecticut democratic senator richard blumenthal says he has concerns over the selection of the us supreme court nominee judge brad kavanagh kavanagh's records reveals a deep hostility to both women's reproductive freedom and our country's healthcare system blumenthal says a lot is at stake with kavanagh's nomination he says president trump pick cavenaugh in an effort to uphold his own political agenda and to please right wing organizations nurses at one of the largest hospitals in vermont have returned to work following a two day strike that strike of eighteen hundred nurses from the university of vermont medical center.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Getting ready for his next stop i'm rocker stern fox news at sunday morning and scotland and later this morning president trump departs for finland where he meets monday with russian president vladimir putin possibly adding to the tension this week's indictment of twelve russians for allegedly hacking into the democratic party's email server during the two thousand sixteen election these indictments hit close to the kremlin now the indictments yesterday were very different from those that were unveiled in february those individuals really had to beta bottle links to president putin but the list yesterday is allegedly of members of the what was formerly called the gru the main intelligence directorate of the russian armed forces fox's amy kellogg in moscow president trump squeezed in some golf while staying at his scottish resort and he had company ten thousand demonstrators people have been gathering here all throughout the day protesting on a whole range of issues at about the president being up here in scotland sky news reporter dan whitehead and the baby trump balloon which flew over london followed the president to scotland well democrats are turning up the heat on president trump supreme court nominee brad kavanagh massachusetts senator elizabeth warren warns at cavenaugh would gut union rights truncheon name someone who would stand up for working people the way he promised trump trenton name someone who would help the unions or even someone who would just leave the unions along warren addressing the american federation of teachers union in pittsburgh democrats also warned that cavenaugh would overturn roe v wade in the affordable care act a firefighter in california has died battling a wildfire near yosemite national park thirty six year old brayden varney leaves behind a wife and two children that blazes consumed at least one hundred thirty acres fox news fair and balanced and now it's time for the lens of liberty here with today's installment is author speaker and activist helen krieble many farmers have been required to place all buildings as much as fifty feet or more from the edges air property we can all understand why potential issues with neighbors lead to sexual in the first place but if we look through the lens of liberty we might see them differently we might realize that the best farm practices often mean putting buildings at the edge of the property not in the middle that would also preserves it must open space for his all to enjoy every farmer and a marathoner stands fat but convincing.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Station getting ready for his next stop i'm roger stern fox news at sunday morning in scotland and later this morning president trump departs for finland where he meets monday with russian president vladimir putin possibly adding to the tension this week's indictment of twelve russians for allegedly hacking into the democratic party's e mail server during the two thousand sixteen election these indictments hit close to the kremlin now the indictments yesterday were very different from those that were unveiled in february those individuals really had to beta bottle links to president putin but the list yesterday is allegedly of members of the what was formerly called the gru the main intelligence directorate of the russian armed forces fox's amy kellogg in moscow president trump squeezed in some golf while staying at his scottish resort and he had company ten thousand demonstrators people have been gathering here all throughout the day protesting on a whole range of issues at about the president being up here in scotland sky news reporter dan whitehead and the baby trump balloon which flew over london followed the president to scotland well democrats are turning up the heat on president trump's supreme court nominee brad kavanagh massachusetts senator elizabeth warren warns a cavenaugh would gut union rights fronton name someone who would stand up for working people the way he promised trenton name someone who would help the unions or even someone who would just leave the unions along warren addressing the american federation of teachers union in pittsburgh democrats also warned that cavenaugh would overturn roe v wade in the affordable care act a firefighter in california has died battling a wildfire near yosemite national park year brayden varney leaves behind a wife and two children that blazes consumed at least one hundred thirty acres fox news fair and balanced.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Abc hd one indianapolis getting ready for his next stop i'm roger stern fox news at sunday morning in scotland than later this morning president trump departs for finland where he meets monday with russian president vladimir putin possibly adding to the tension this week's indictment of twelve russians for allegedly hacking into the democratic party's e mail server during the two thousand sixteen election these indictments hit close to the kremlin now the indictments yesterday were very different from those that were unveiled in february those individuals really had debatable links to president putin but the list yesterday is allegedly of members of the what was formerly called the gru you the main intelligence directorate of the russian armed forces fox's amy kellogg in moscow president trump squeezed in some golf while staying at his scottish resort and he had company ten thousand demonstrators gathering here all throughout the day protesting on a whole range of issues at about the president being up here in scotland's sky news reporter dan whitehead and the baby trump balloon which flew over london followed the president to scotland well democrats are turning up the heat on president trump's supreme court nominee brad kavanagh massachusetts senator elizabeth warren warns cavenaugh would gut union rights fronton name someone who would stand up for working people the way he promised trenton name someone who would help the unions or even someone who would just leave the unions a lot warren addressing the american federation of teachers union in pittsburgh democrats also warned that cavenaugh would overturn roe v wade in the affordable care act a firefighter in california has died battling a wildfire near yosemite national park thirty six year old brayden varney leaves behind a wife and two children that blazes consumed at least one hundred thirty acres fox news fair and balanced.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Getting ready for his next stop i'm roger stern fox news at sunday morning in scotland and later this morning president trump departs for finland where he meets monday with russian president vladimir putin possibly adding to the tension this week's indictment of twelve russians for allegedly hacking into the democratic party's e mail server during the two thousand sixteen election these indictments hit close to the kremlin now the indictments yesterday were very different from those that were unveiled in february those individuals really had links to president putin but the list yesterday is allegedly of members of the what was formerly called the gru the main intelligence directorate of the russian armed forces fox's amy kellogg in moscow president trump squeezed in some golf while staying at his scottish resort and he had company ten thousand demonstrators people have been gathering here all throughout the day they protesting on a whole range of issues at about the president being up here in scotland sky news reporter dan whitehead and the baby trump balloon which flew over london followed the president to scotland well democrats are turning up the heat on president trump supreme court nominee brad kavanagh massachusetts senator elizabeth warren warns at cavenaugh would gut union rights trump didn't name someone who would stand up for working people the way he promised trenton name someone who would help the unions or even someone who would just leave the unions along warren addressing the american federation of teachers union in pittsburgh democrats also warned that cavenaugh would overturn roe v wade in the affordable care act a firefighter in california has died battling a wildfire near yosemite national park 36yearold brayden varney leaves behind a wife and two children that blazes consumed at least one hundred thirty acres fox news fair and balanced.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Net click on meet with an adviser put your info in there and we'll look forward to meeting with you we'd love to do it so moneymatters dot net all right we're gonna take a break and when we come back we're going to talk about what to consider when buying long term care insurance so stay tuned this is money matters with ken moraif on kfi am six forty amy kane kfi twenty four hour newsroom the firefighter has been killed battling a wildfire near yosemite national park cal fire says a firefighter was a heavy equipment operator the one hundred thirty acre fire that started late yesterday has caused the shutdown of a roadway into the area ends empower lines in the assembly valley have been turned off his crews work to get the fire out a twenty six year old homeless man's been arrested on suspicion of setting several fires in orange county santa ana police arrested the man yesterday after a fire was started in santiago creek authority say they've linked demand to fourteen fires set since june tenth a woman's remains have been found in a trash can partially filled with cement in victorville the san bernardino county sheriff's department says four people were arrested yesterday tied to that discovery detectives say they believe the remains were at the location for more than a year coroner officials are working to identify the woman and determine her cause of death the june primary election in california has hit the highest percentage voter turnout in a midterm primary election in two decades more than thirty seven percent of registered voters cast ballots that's up from ten percent or that's up more than ten percent from the last midterms in two thousand fourteen when turnout hit a record low traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center crash in.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst in scotland thousands of people turned out to protest president trump who is on his first official visit to the uk he spent the day golfing at of course he owns intern bery scotland as npr's shannon van zandt reports thousands of people marched in edinburgh and more than a thousand protesters reportedly turned out in glasgow demonstrators also protested at trump's to golf courses in scotland many said they were speaking out on human rights and against what they called trump's politics of division and hatred and edinburgh lou taylor said she's protesting what trump stands for values and the way he lives his life and not representative in scotland we don't agree with any of that so it's important for people to be hit and saying trump's visit to scotland follows a twoday working trip to england during which an estimated tens of thousands of protesters marched in london shannon vincent npr news secretaries of state from around the country are gathered in philadelphia to discuss election security ahead of november's midterm elections as bobby allen of member station whyy reports several top election officials say they are tapping their state's national guard to beef up cybersecurity as the probe on russia's interference in the two thousand sixteen us presidential election continues this event usually includes vendors showing off balloting equipment and other low key affairs but with the recent indictments of russian military officers for alleged democratic party hacks the tone is different this year pennsylvania's secretary of state robert torres we're working closely with federal state partners you know all to make sure that these threats which are real based on what we've seen from the indictments that we can respond to them quickly and state try to stay ahead of the department of homeland security secretary kerstin nielsen told attendees there's no sign russia is targeting this year's mid terms with the same quote scale or scope as the two thousand sixteen election bobby allen npr news in thailand the country's health minister says twelve boys and their soccer coach will be able to leave the hospital next week the last of the boys were rescued from a flooded cave in the far north of the country on tuesday michael sullivan has more from chiang rai some of the boys who developed pneumonia in the cave or getting better the health minister said adding that some who'd lost as much as ten pounds during their ordeal were putting weight back on and they want to eat a lot in a video the boys were fantasizing about barbecued pork crispy pork rice sushi and kfc all looked well the health minister says they'll be released on thursday michael sullivan reporting a wildfire knew somebody national park has left one firefighter dead cal fire says the man was fighting the ferguson fire that fire burning between el portal and bryce bird is about one hundred thirty acres and firefighters say it's.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Michelle martin in this hour we'll ask what this indictment could mean for the next phase the special counsel's investigation into just what happened in two thousand sixteen and go to three of our correspondents in europe to find out how president trump's trip is playing their plus as a row cup comes to a close this weekend we'll ask what it takes to referee such a high profile contests and yeah some second guessing what about that two thousand ten final he was the most difficult games of all time that's all coming up but first this news live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst in scotland thousands of people turned out to protest president trump who is on his first official visit to the uk he spent the day golfing at of course he owns intern bery scotland as npr's shannon van zandt reports hey thousands of people marched in edinburgh and more than a thousand protesters reportedly turned out in glasgow demonstrators also protested at trump's golf courses in scotland many said they were speaking out on human rights and against what they called trump's politics of division and hatred and edinburgh lou taylor said she's protesting what trump stands for values and the way he lives his life and not representative in scotland we don't agree with any of that so it's important for people to be hit insane trump's visit to scotland follows a twoday working trip to england during which an estimated tens of thousands of protesters marched in london shannon vincent npr news secretaries of state from around the country are gathered in philadelphia to discuss election security ahead of november's midterm elections as bobby allen of member station whyy reports several top election officials say they are tapping their state's national guard to beef up cybersecurity as the probe on russia's interference in the two thousand sixteen us presidential election continues this event usually includes vendors showing off balloting equipment and other lewke affairs but with the recent indictments of russian military officers for alleged democratic party hacks the tone is different this year pennsylvania's secretary of state robert torres we're working closely with federal state partners all to make sure that these threats which are real based on what we've seen from the indictments that we can respond to them quickly and try to stay ahead of the department of homeland security secretary kirsten nielsen told attendees there's no sign russia is targeting this year's midterms with the same quote scale or scope as the two thousand sixteen election bobby allen npr news in thailand the country's health minister says twelve boys and their soccer coach will be able to leave the hospital next week the last of the boys were rescued from a flooded cave in the far north of the country on tuesday michael sullivan has more from chiang rai some of the boys who developed pneumonia in the cave or getting better the health minister said adding that some who'd lost as much as ten pounds during their ordeal were putting weight back on and they want to eat a lot in a video the boys were fantasizing about barbecued pork crispy pork rice sushi and kfc all looked well the health minister says they'll be released on thursday michael sullivan reporting a wildfire near the seventy national park has left one firefighter dead cal fire says the man was fighting the ferguson fire that fire burning between el portal and bryce bird is about one hundred thirty acres and firefighters say it's five percent contained you're listening to npr news from washington.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Of the saturday iran mccarey in the k nj j newsroom a wildfire is burning along highway one forty near hite cove this is the highway that connects moore said with yosemite that's currently closed between yosemite bug resort north of mid pines and the cedar lodge west of el portal the fires burned one hundred thirty acres into zone five percent contained fifty people have been evacuated from the area a pregnant woman pregnant mom actually came into crm see with the very rare condition was not expected to survive but the liz kern as a little addition to the store the sounds of a hospital a baby born to extrordinary circumstances her mother kit solly maldonado had five teams of physician specialists from community regional medical center working over two months to save her life she wrote out her will and put her affairs in order she was not expected to survive she had had previous c sections so they knew that this had a really high potential enrich and that it could be fatal for the mom and even possibly the baby leslie bodos from the central california blood center called km j to recruit an extraordinary number of donors i've been thanking almost thirty two years and for me the joy was seeing that what we do every day and what we worry about in the many calls that we make to you to ask your listeners to step up to help and it's people helping people it's more than a t shirt ruin ice cream coupon it's really people giving whenever and wherever there a need in ann arbor valley we all came through and the results are standing the results a healthy bomb showing off her new baby jacqueline liz curran km j news so another month another robocall record erin abadia takes a look more than four point one billion robocalls made during the month of june the fourth consecutive month in which a national record has been set gordon della communication burma you mail bourbon june's dodo was also sixty three percent year over year the most nearly sixteen hundred robocalls every second gilo borneo with the nation's largest population receives the highest number of such goals arab a to j news south valley volleyball coach is accused of committing sexual acts with a former student fifty year old angela web was arrested by larry police after they received a tip the victim confirmed the accusations to investigators in her arrest warrant for web was issued a fifty year old south valley man was convicted of committing lewd acts near middle school adrian sousa by celje pled guilty to one misdemeanor count of indecent exposure court documents say exposed himself to apparent while kids are leaving school susa faces a hundred and eighty days in jail and.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Optimistic about their chances landi amazon's second headquarters itself question amazon hold all the cards when it comes to selecting a location for second but at what cost to the city lucky maritime barrett but we don't know the big question is what are these animals and i think that's that's going to be a conversation this place hacking into his baird said southeast wisconsin's proposal to amazon came with a general proposal of incentives that it could offer nothing related to a specific dollar amounts tony badoc wtmj news the search for missing voter in waukesha county is now a recovery effort emergency crews found that capsized sailboat and upper lake knew showed a wednesday day after someone reported calls of distress search and rescue units were on and the in the water for about five hours police say the vote owner is a local resident who is missing their name has not yet been released because he in our says upper initialled at lake is about one hundred thirty acres never fifty feet deep in some spots recovery efforts will continue this morning i missing milwaukee toddlers safe after being found more than two hundred miles away from home in lafayette indiana the two year olds father kenneth brown doesn't have custody and kidnapped the girl from her mother tuesday night brown led police on chases in illinois end indiana before crashing on an interstate the child was not hurts fiveday forecast clear and cool temperatures drop from fifty iseli for him flood tomorrow he perfect day seventy and the wind finally die down five to ten when picks up on friday it'll be mostly sunny 75 degrees saturday 72 clouds increased late and some showers and thundershowers late evening an overnight we'll still see some spotty showers on sunday and 63 monday spotty showers and sixty what i'm meteorologist brian goddard with the storm team forecast i'd wtmj in sports the bucks beat the celtics one eight two one.

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"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty acres" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Koa newsradio time 900 to excel energy answering the call for assistance from tampa electric as hurricane erma expected to cause significant damage to that region on sunday we are going through up to about thirty vehicles utility's service trucks and about seventy of oil b three two fourday trip schutte camper area excels marx thought says it's something you tell the companies do for one another when they have weather related crises frontier airlines pilots say they may strike last april pilots picketed outside the airline's headquarters in denver where they demanded raises now the pilot voted to authorize the strike if contract talks don't result in a new collective bargaining agreement they've been working on a deal since march of last year a man is in custody after being shot by a denver police officer it happened on friday night near 45th in kingston in northeast denver police responded to a report of a stolen car they located the car in an officer park his cruiser behind that car to hamid in that it but the vehicle into reverse drove over barrier it a police spokeswoman mara could putnam says when nineteen year old sergio kasmir mahia raise the gun an officer fired in hit kahsmir on the here in the jaw putnam says kahsmir mahia was taken to the hospital and is now in the denver county jail anew wildfire in colorado the himes creek fire burning on b lm land near trappers lake east of meagre it's at about one hundred thirty acres and burning in grass aspen and heavy dead timber in the flat tops wilderness college football the buffs win there too and all now they be texas state thirty seven seven it was csu over adhaline christian 38 to ten wyoming beat gardner web twenty seven to nothing our next.

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