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"Wi OD. Ovary sad story out of Daytona Beach where a 76 year old new Smyrna beach woman shot and killed her terminally ill husband in his room at advent health hospital that barricaded herself inside the room for the next several hours. Police chief jakar young says it appears that Jerry gillan and his wife Ellen planned out a suicide pact about three weeks ago. Young says hostage negotiators talked to Ellen gillan for several hours before a S.W.A.T. team tossed in a flash bang device. Everything was confined to that room. Everything was confined to the room, even after the initial shooting she never tried to get up and leave, so everything was confined to the room. Ellen gillan is in custody and volusia county and could be charged with first degree murder. A new families against fentanyl report says children younger than 14 are dying from fentanyl poisoning at a faster rate than any other age group. Florida attorney general Ashley moody says that's alarming news, but says that's not all. We're also seeing news stories about high school students suffering from complications after using vapes that might contain fentanyl. As the mother of a school age child, this terrifies me. Moody is urging parents to talk to their children about the dangers of fentanyl and other illicit drugs. She says a single use can kill. Hundreds of residents at a Pembroke Pines condo complex may have to find another place to live as soon as this weekend. The city says every unit at the Heron pond condos is unsafe, and the property owners have until this evening to provide an engineering report detailing repairs. This man says he's very worried. This is unsafe
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"pembroke" Discussed on Native America Calling
"Because of my grandparents relationships, but I also imagine that most folks who want to be community were feeling pretty nervous that evening, especially if they had loved ones who had gone to participate in the rally. So it was really a community wide concern and probably not just limited to people who had experienced the terrorism of having crosses burned on their properties or feared for their safety because of the people whom they loved. Absolutely to hear the story of your mother just a young child at the time hiding under the bed. It's just really, really shocking. Let's go ahead and listen to another account. We're going to listen to an audio excerpt from someone who was there during the confrontation with the KKK. The museum of the southeast American Indian at the university of North Carolina pembroke interviewed a number of people about their experience that night for DIA locklear was among those. They spoke with. She was 24 years old in 1958, and this is an edited down version of her 2018 interview in which she talked about going to the KKK rally with her husband, Wiley. David's going round to us out of our homes. That was their intention. So we went. And when we got there, they had the pet form. For the idea of catfish to do is talking. When he started talking on the microphone, they started shooting. They didn't let him talk period. He got gone. They were shocked. They had no dreams. We would be there like we were. If we wouldn't have gone, they would have come back. And they were a had more than what they did have. And that they put into paper next week. They would be in St. Paul's. And I'd be there. That was a talk. They was in the paper. So while he looked at me, he said, you want to let go. Let's go. So we went to saint bowels. But nobody came. If they did, they had. We didn't see how long. That night. I feel like we made a difference. I put it like that. I feel like we made a difference. That is the late for DIA locklear from a 2018 interview she did with the museum of the southeast American Indian at UNC, pembroke. Ryan, this is just such a fascinating story and I had never heard it before until late last year during the campaign and of course to Charles Graham video that came out was just such a really powerful video and are you aware of other groups, Ryan, during that time during the late 1950s standing up to the KKK and North Carolina? I'm sure there are multiple examples. The only one that I have read about occurred around the same time and an African American community in Monroe, North Carolina, which is almost two hours away from robeson county. Stood up to the Ku Klux Klan in their part of the state. I don't know many of the details about that encounter, but it leads me to believe that there may be many other untold stories of resistance to the Klan that need to have light shine on them. Lawrence, how about you? Any other examples of similar resistance during that time in North Carolina? Not that I'm aware of unfortunately. Okay. And how about the Ku Klux Klan now in North Carolina? Is it active in Robson county or other areas near lumpy country? Lawrence? If the Klan is active here in Robson county, they're not public. I think the Klan is definitely still active in North Carolina. But I don't think they've done anything publicly here since that time. Because I think they're afraid of retaliation from the Indian community if they do. They learn their lesson that first time, probably. Ryan, how about you? Have you heard of any other rallies or any clan activity and any part of North Carolina in recent years? Yeah. No, I'm sure like Lawrence said. I'm sure they are around, and I'm sure that there are some activities, but none of those are happening publicly in or around lumby territory. All right, now here we are 2023. This event occurred 65 years ago, in some ways our country has changed so much. And in other ways, maybe it hasn't changed quite as much with some of the recent social and political turmoil that we've experienced. So what do you want our listeners to really take away from this story of the battle of Hayes pond? Yeah, I think that's a really great question. I think it's important to remember that it's not that long ago that we lived in an environment of racial apartheid here in the south and in other places across the U.S. I talk on the phone and give hugs to people who remember that time distinctly and I don't want the I don't want the closeness of it to be lost on people who are growing up today and may not have that same connection with people who were there and who remember the events of Hayes pond. So that will be the takeaway for me is just remember that it wasn't that long ago. Was it that long ago? Let's go ahead and bring another perspective into the conversation, joining us now from Winston Salem, North Carolina is Chelsea Barnes. She is an attorney and senior associate at Nelson Mullins Riley in Scarborough. She is lumbi. Chelsea welcome. Thank you. Chelsea, what did you first learn about the battle of Hayes pond? I tried to think about that in pinpoint it and I can't be certain, but I know that it was when I was a child. I couldn't be more specific than that though. And what was your initial reaction hearing this story as a child? I remember hearing the strangers being really proud of my heritage and who I was. I think my mother and my grandmother told me about it. And I think, you know, you don't often hear stories like that. So to me it was really inspiring and something that I felt should be shared far and wide. And earlier I asked Ryan, what people need to understand and what we need to take away from this story. And can you add to that? What do you think that the message here today in 2023 is? I think when we think about issues of race and diversity, it's always sometimes painted as an issue of black and white, and I think it's a lot. More complex than that. And I think especially in our society today, as we're continuing to navigate newer versions of these issues, racism still exists, maybe it's not so quote unquote in your face, but I think that these are still important issues to think about. And I think that this is a good example of what confronting that can look like. I think it's a good important piece of education for our children to be reminded of what their ancestors did and inspiration for them in terms of what they can do to make our world today a better place. I think we would be in this not to acknowledge that there's still racial tension in the south and specifically in the heart of the lumbee community as well. So I think that's something important. To just keep in mind and I think this can be a source of inspiration for us. And Chelsea, lumbee children today, the battle of Hayes pond, do they learn about this in schools and other programs there within the community? So I grew up a little bit outside of the travel community in a suburb of Fayetteville, North Carolina, so I can't speak to what the children learn and Robinson county, which is where most of the lumbee community is centered, but I certainly hope that they do. I have friends who are raising children there now and I know that there's an intense focus on teaching things of cultural significance. So I would expect that this definitely is something that comes up, but I can't be certain. And do you know of any events, planned either for today or later this week to commemorate this event from 65 years ago? I will defer to some of the other callers to see if they know of anything. I don't specifically, but I do know that the tribe is highlighting some of the history and significant components related to it on their Instagram page. So there might be some announcements there too. Okay. Wonderful, wonderful. Lawrence, how about you? Are you familiar with any events? Anything else going on? No, I would just echo what Chelsea said, social media is being used to promote this event widely tribal members are sharing. I'm seeing non tribal member share. So I think I'm seeing plenty of action on social media, but I don't know about in person. And Lawrence, the battle of Hassan, I mean, when you reflect now on lumbee history and just so many events over the years and the battle of Hayes pond kind of fit in in that narrative of just the overarching experience of lumpy people over say the last hundred years or so. I think it's one of the more prominent events formative events in lumby history because let me people have struggled since Europeans first arrived to assert their identity and to step out of the shadows and say, hey, we're here recognize us. Indian people are still here. And you had this event in 1950 where lumbee people finally did that and it received national attention. And so I think for the first time, people nationally were talking about the lumbee people and who you are in this one moment in time that truly reflected the struggle that we have faced in fall against for the past 400 years. And so I think all that came to a head that night in that swamp outside of max and where Indian people said enough is enough, this is my community. You don't belong here and nothing that you do in this organization brings value to us as a society and the people. And we don't stand for it. So get out. So I think this was finally one opportunity where we stood up and said, hey, we're lumpy. This is our home and we're here and we're going to protect it. Anyone listening with a question or comment for today's show, we are talking about this historic event 65 years ago, the battle of Hayes pond when a large group of lumbee tribal members confronted a Ku Klux Klan rally. There are active KKK chapters in 41 U.S. states according to the southern poverty law center with between 5008 thousand active members. Interesting statistic there to take note of. Again, anybody with a question or a comment, give us a call. One 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. Let's bring another perspective into the conversation now, joining us in pembroke, North Carolina, is Tammy maynor. She's the director of governmental affairs for the lumbee tribe, and she is lumpy. Welcome to native America calling, Tammy. Thank you for this opportunity, I'm pleased to be with you today. You bet, Tammy. Anything to add to the story of the battle of Hayes pond? Well, I will share that the tribe will be posting an invite on for Friday at T and a.m.. We have two individuals who will be hosting a zoom. Mister Jim Jones and jet Lowry will be speaking on their account there, remembrance of that day. They were actually there at the battle and they're going to speak on that day. And that will be by Zoom 10 o'clock a.m. and that zone link will be pushed out later today. For everyone to be able to log on and hear their recount of that night. So I think that's going to be a great conversation between GM and jag. Well, Tammy, thank you for that information. Let's shift gears now and talk about the present. Federal recognition for the lumpy tribe. What's the status now? Well, as you know, Congress just wrapped up back in D.C. and we feel short for a federal recognition last year at the end of the 11th hour, lots of effort was put forth by our senators, senator TLS and senator Bern, of course, in the house on the house side GK voter field, but we did come up short on our federal recognition. Had a tough year. I think there was a lot of effort, a lot of good things came out of the past year. Of course, our lumpy Bill was introduced in both houses. It was an identical bill in previous years. We've had different looking deals and introduced, but this past year we had a ride down uncle. And the decision was made to focus on the house first and that resulted in a swift non controversial passage of the bill. I think some of our greatest successes over the past year were, of course, with GK Butterfield and the House of Representatives where we saw great bipartisan support in effort to introduce that legislation, GK Butterfield being a senior member of the majority was very, very helpful this legislation had great support in the house with the house natural resources committee, our ranking member of the committee. We had the indigenous people subcommittee who supported the bill as well as all of most of North Carolina's as well as most of North Carolina's delegation. So it looked like a bipartisan bill and it got a lot of support also from the Native American caucus on the Senate side, we had definitely support from tillis and burr and burr has since retired. And just to clarify, these are the North Carolina U.S. Senate senators, yes, and Ted bodies now replace senator burr. We did have holds placed on our some holds were placed on our lumbee recognition Bill. But those as our Bill moved through our senators, the intern around, our state senators placed holds on other Indian bills to try, which brought awareness to our loan BO, of course, that was moving through the process. And but in good faith in a good faith effort to show senator shots, who was the chair of the Senate Indian affairs committee and the 11th hour, our Congress our senators did allow some Indian legislation to pay off that was needed for the rest of Indian country. So even though our bill did not pay us, we were able to get some critical Indian legislation passed this past year. But we did have a lot of tribal support across the country for our loan be recognition efforts. Folks, we're going to talk more with Tammy Maynard and our other guests about the lumbees quest for federal recognition. But before we do that, we are going to have to take a short break and anybody with a question or comment today's show if you'd like to learn more about the battle of Hayes pond or if you've ever had any experience with the KKK, which I'd love to hear about it. One 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. This month and every month remember one in three Native American adults have high blood pressure. Check it at your nearest community health center. If the numbers are above one 20 over 80, talk to a healthcare professional. Native community well-being is very important. You can take action by visiting heart dot org slash HBP control. This support provided in partnership with HHS slash OM H and HRS a under cooperative agreement CPI MP 21 1227 and CPI MP 21 1228. You're listening to native America calling. I'm Sean spruce. Plenty of time still to get in an art discussion about the battle of Hayes pond, as well as the status of the lumbee tribe's efforts to gain federal recognition. You can join our conversation by calling one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8 one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. That's also one 809 9 native. We're speaking with Tammy Maynard, director of government affairs for the lumbee tribe. And Tammy, with regard to the federal recognition, the bill moved through the house okay, but didn't get through the Senate. So tell us more. What's going on here? What are the roadblocks and what are the obstacles that you folks are facing there in the Senate and elsewhere that's preventing the recognition? It's eastern band of Cherokee Indians. They are the biggest obstacle that we have. They've done a really good job at spreading a lot of mistruths and misleading congressional staff and Congress through their marketing efforts that they have. They have a lot of money and they have the money to fight our recognition efforts. When we walk into a congressional office and they ask, oh, so there's 200,000 loan base. That's misinformation that's been put out. No, there are not 200,000 enrolled loan base. We have 65,000 enrolled tribal members of which around 35,000 are actively enrolled that means they have come in. They've updated their tribal card. They're eligible for tribal services. If they choose to apply. Those are the kinds of things that we are battling, they've put out that there is this large number of tribes that are against lumbee recognition, which is absolutely not true. So one of the things that this tribal chairman chairman John Lowry I think did well this past year owned in the realm of tribal diplomacy was seeking letters of support from tribes and he did that in an unprecedented manner in my opinion on our lumbee recognition, we saw a huge increase in tribal nations supporting our efforts that helped us beat back a lot of eastern bands broad planes against Columbia. Columbia also were able we were able to participate in conferences on a more national level over the past year, especially since COVID and the impacts of that such as NCA, chain or national American and housing council Reyes. These are important places where the tribe had was visible and our chairman wanted us to be visible and having opportunities to be in D.C. more alpha more frequently was good for us. So those are the kinds of things that are good, but we need to do more of it. And in order for us to do those things, it takes restricted revenue and funds and that's where eastern band has those really at a disadvantage because they do have the economic development and the money. To fight that we don't have. So we have to be really creative on how we do that. Okay. Now, we don't have anybody from the eastern band of cherokees on our show today, but to summarize what their contention is, I know that they will argue that the lumpy people do not have a language of their own. At one point, the lumbees were referred to as the cherokees of Robson county, and I know they take umbrage with that. They take issue with the identity of the lumbee people in regard to, in fact, even just the term lumbee doesn't go back that far. So Tammy, you know, when the eastern Cherokee, when they make comments like that and they even commissioned a study, even made somebody to do a study and their history of the lumbee to support their position. And what's your response to that when they say, well, you know, let me have a language. They don't have separate ceremony associated with the culture. And I think Tammy's gone and she had to hold on, but Lawrence, if you stole in line, Lawrence? Yes, sir. Okay, yeah, please, lord, I mean, just respond to what the arguments are with eastern Cherokee if you could. I think when you look at Indian identity in its courts about kinship and community and a lot of people meet one of the first questions we ask each other so as your people. And that's a tribal
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"Bravery and some theft chargers. Over to marathon, Florida speaking of shoplifting and this, I was sort of surprised at this because if you think like, say you stole all the toothbrushes from a Walgreens. How much money do you think you stole in toothbrush? What's the toothbrush costs? Four bucks or something? Be amazed on how much you're talking standard, not what the battery powered and the sonic care and all that. I have no clue. I mean, maybe this factor is a little bit of each because a man was arrested Monday in marathon, Florida, after he stole $1375 in toothbrushes from Walgreens. That's a lot of toothbrush. I'm going to Walgreens. Miro county sheriff's office said this happened around ten 30 a.m. Monday, according to deputies employees and other witnesses saw Tracy J mophie. Of isle Murata, walk out of the store with, wow. 6 electric toothbrushes. That's it? 6. That cost a $1000? These have got to be like the rechargeable nice ones. Yeah, but you would think they'd be behind a case or something like that. And most of these Walgreens now like half of the expensive stuff is locked up, even deodorant and stuff. Maybe they have shifted what they put behind the case, just because, you know, when baby formula was at such a shortage, they had to put that stuff behind the case. They had to take the case from somewhere. So I'm looking at their lists here Walgreens dot com and they're most expensive toothbrush is the IO series 8 electric toothbrush with not one, but three brush heads, black Onyx, and that is $199. Yeah, that's pretty expensive for a Walgreens. All right, so. Oh wait, there's one for two 50 here. That must have been what it was, because you're up into the thousands. If 250 bucks, you get 6 of those things you're about where you need to be, maybe 5. So he stole the 6 toothbrushes that totaled to about $1300 just over $1300. And then he was seen driving off in a white Lexus. They said they found his Lexus. He sped away. Deputies did not pursue him, due to safety concerns. That he was spotted with his Lexus later on. He sold the toothbrushes and threw them off the long key bridge. He was booked of bizarre human being. He was booked into the Monroe county jail on charge of grand theft for 6 toothbrushes, which just seems a little bit ridiculous. The second link that I sent you, Sean, is this next story in Pembroke Pines, where a teacher was fired for a video that surfaced where she was interrupting Muslim students while in prayer. Okay. The teacher has not yet been identified, but the video is part of the story. She worked at Franklin academy, which is a charter school. And it shows the Muslim students praying and then you could hear a teacher saying, hold on. This in my office and y'all doing this magic? Oh God
The Pomp Podcast
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"Oh, great. You can get a fixer upper at that. Second favorite thing I like to do. And you could buy. I just looked at a foreclosure in Pembroke Pines, just this morning. It was listed for $450,000, sold for, I think, $420,000, and it's in a $650,000 neighborhood. Sure it needs work, needs about $80,000 worth of work, but even a first time homebuyer can call up the bank and say, I need a renovation loan on this. So you're into the deal for 500 in a $650,000 neighborhood. Your net worth just went up by a $150,000. Where else can you do that if you're buying and you're getting into it for 5% down, which could be 20 to 30, $40,000 of your own money. That's a huge move in your network. So real estate, you got to own it. Yeah. When you start to think the stock market specifically, you're very, very heavy weight there compared to real estate, do you try to trade the home values and kind of market dynamics talking about, hey, I'm going to be allocated to Tesla, and then I'm going to go back into home ownership or real estate. How do you think about going in and out and really gets to the question of when do you notice cell assets versus just hold them forever? Yeah, so this is something that's changed because of very unique circumstances for me and I'll explain those. But I generally don't recommend selling real estate unless you're going to exchange it or just keep it forever because then you in theory could never pay taxes. That's the beautiful thing about home ownership is you could have a whole rental portfolio. Never pay a dime taxes because when that day comes, you pass away, you can pass it on to your family. They get a stepped up taxpayer. They never pay taxes on it. It's incredible. And there are ways to not pay taxes while you're alive too. So there's some wonderful ways and reasons to never sell real estate. So I love the idea of don't sell. However, the real estate macrocycle exists. It goes up and down. And so I sold 85% of my properties. We had 27 properties in Southern California. I sold 85% in the first half of this year. And the reason I did, I have no tenants right now, which is remarkable. The New York Times labels me a landlord influencer, yet I have no tenants. I am not a landlord, right? It's so weird to say. But the reason I did that is because I knew we were going to start this real estate company house hack. And so I thought, let me sell my real estate, move all that money into this company because that's my dream.
"pembroke" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Lane at Ives. Dairy Road. Delays are back to Pembroke Road. Southbound 95 express Lanes will save you some good time right now. Your next update in 10 Minutes on news radio 6 10 w i o D. All right, thanks for much are forecast for you. It's warm and human out there. There's a stray shower around this morning. Early this afternoon about a 40% chance of rain high is right around 88 degrees, that time for our businesses and Bloomberg ship bound for good morning to you, Jeff Jimmy economists are already trying to get a handle on how the holiday shopping season will shape up. Deloitte is out with the forecast that says spending could be up 7 to 9% this year because Americans will be traveling and dining out more often than they did last year, when much of the economy was shut down by the pandemic. Devoid says spending on goods will likely be about the same as in 2020. People are ready to resume travel, but safety is top of mind. OMG surveyed more than 1800 American travelers Over the last two months, 70% of respondents would support international travel passports. There's still a lot of vaccine resistance. Though more than half of the unvaccinated travelers say they would stay on vaccinated even if it meant they could not travel and Taco Bell reportedly has an idea to increase store traffic. CNBC says the fast food chain is testing taco subscriptions at some restaurants in Arizona. For 5 to $10 a month depending on location. Customers can get one taco every day. Back to you, Jimi. All right. Thanks very much. Well, if you listen to Donald Trump, you probably heard a lot of the words of someone named Jason Miller. He's the CEO of Getter now is political communications strategist, chief spokesman for the Trump campaign in 2000 and 16, senior adviser to the Trump reelection campaign. Follow me on Twitter at Jason Miller in the sea. Your Jason, good to talk to you. Jimmy. Thanks for having me on Yeah, it's explained. Get her to me. GE TT are and how we get involved. Yeah, Absolutely. So one of the things haven't worked on the presidential races last year with President Trump and seeing how really free speech has been under attack, and censorship has been out of control. Not just with the hunter Biden scandal, which, of course, we saw where Twitter and Facebook and the mainstream media colluded to just stifle that. But even earlier as we talked about the People being censored or D platform merely for asking questions about covid or covid handling, or to say something really egregious. Like the virus came from a lab in Wuhan, which you know, spoiler. It did, um, And but I really think this last year has been the I'd say the most dangerous for free speech in U. S history. So it came up in the social media platform called Getter where we really embrace free speech opposed Cancel culture and I'd say that has all the upsides of the twitters and Facebooks, um of the world, but it doesn't politically discriminate. And that's the key differential. You'll never be put in digital jail, so to speak for voicing your political opinion. Happened, Jason, do you think Congress will ever do anything at all? I have a feeling of the Democrats will never vote. To be able to try and hold. You know, Big tech back. Uh, because they're the ones getting all the benefits from it. They'll never vote to change some of the rules that allow big technical, will they No, not at all. That's part of the reason why I decided to launch getter is a new if we're waiting around for Congress to fix something that's kind of, uh, that's not exactly waiting for Superman like that. Nobody is going to come save the day that Congress is Usually pretty feckless you got you got a handful of good members, but they're usually pretty weak kneed overall. And then if you're waiting on the courts to fix the problem, I mean, maybe it's a triple bank shot. You know, some years down the road, so I believe in the free market. I believe that let's go. Put together people, some smart capital, some smart engineers and coders and let's go and let's go and come up with alternative platform. Um, quite frankly, is going to have not just domestic but international reach and make it even better and cooler than anything on the market today. Good. I love that idea. Hey, um, talk to me about President Trump. Uh, first or Sudan. 22 midterms. It seems the Democrats are gonna try to force all this stuff through these. I mean, I love as a dozen new taxes, whatever it might be. For example, they're talking about now raising the capital gains tax. What we do know from history is that when you raise capital gains tax people just wait. Hold on to the asset. Until Republicans getting office and that changes and so less money goes into the Treasury. Not more. We know this. They know it, too. What's going to happen in 2022 with the election? Well with the election. I think it's going to be a landslide, and, uh, Republicans favor maybe even if something of near biblical proportions, maybe something that's rivaling that 1994 2010. When we see these big backlash is I mean, one of the things that we saw from that first two years of Obama Biden when they forced through Obamacare and the complete disaster, that was is that people reacted naked natively to it. You know, I think one of the things that Democrats I don't think that they necessarily really care. Er, I think they kind of view the This is being a, uh, political terror forming so to speak, where they want to go completely changed the landscape and make people more dependent on government, whether it be through there. Mainly to covid or the continual lockdowns. Or let's make people reliant on the government handouts and look just this oppression and suppression. I think it's part of the reason why getter is really taken off. I think people are frustrated. Um if the government people are frustrated, a big tech, they want to be able to express themselves open their businesses go to school, and they're tired of kind of the nanny state on steroids. Yeah, no, I without that..
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"Active duty service members. New York City public schools mandated at least one shot for all teachers and staff by September, 27th and United Airlines, which had already announced the vaccine mandate. Says that if staff must be fully vaccinated by that same date right now, there is no timeline for approval in Children younger than 12, But emergency use authorization is expected this fall or winter and not something you see every morning A car plunges right into the Charles River will take you to the scene with our Jim McKay along that bridge. Tell us what happened right after this Right now It's 11 03. The Subaru retailers of New England all will drive traffic on the threes and a good morning to Kevin Brennan. Morning there, Lori. Not so good. If you're coming up the north shore of South Shore Now, Route three north background your jam coming out of that ducks very stretch over four miles approaching a crash after route 1 39 here in Pembroke. Take about 20 minutes to get through that back up right now you get on the expressway north pound delays now granted have up through Neponset against Savin Hill, the Columbia Road. Southbound on the brakes South Bay down through savin Hill Here in Middleborough 4 95 north beyond locked up from route 44/2 Miles to the right lane. Work crews here two miles after that, So you're on the brakes right at route 44 right now. Downtown Boston. You're looking pretty good. Lower deck Zakum Bridge heading in the O. Neill Tunnel that lever down ramps still slow getting down towards steroid drive. Up in Georgetown route 95 north beyond roll over on the ramp to exit 78. That's route. 1 33 watch out for emergency vehicles there If you're taking the trains fits. Berg trained for 12 right now remains stop near Fitchburg, about 25 to 35 minutes behind schedule due to a vehicle on the tracks and that Green Line D branch still busing between Reservoir and Kenmore due to an earlier downed wire near Brookline Hills. Kevin Brennan, WB's ease traffic on the threes. Blue skies and clouds The heat is on, but it's not just the heat is the humidity and really is the story of the summer. Isn't it.
Pop Culture Happy Hour
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"And professor of gender and sexuality studies at usc during saif and the co host of the waiting to exhale podcast. Welcome to the show karen. It's my pleasure to be here. Yes i'm excited to have a real in the flash chair to talk about the chair. It's going to be very fun. I mean you know the funny thing about it. Is that the setup of the show of santa rosa character. Gene kim is the first woman of color chair of the english department in one hundred. Seventy nine years at the fictional pembroke university and i was the first woman of color to be promoted to the rank of full professor in my english department in one hundred and forty years. So yeah you are perfect for this. This is great so when does show begins at jian. Kim played by sandra as karen. Just said has just become the first woman to chair. The english department at pembroke university. Which is a fictional university. And june is determined to usher in this new era. But she's almost immediately saddled with a bunch of unexpected challenges for one. The dean played by david. Morris informs her that because of low enrollment she has to convince three of the older tenured professors whose performance reviews have dwindled in recent years to go into retirement. She also wants to make yeahs mckay a younger more progressive. Black professor played by nana mensah it distinguished lecturer but she faces resistance from the dean and on top of all that her sometime love interest. Professor bill dobson played by jay. Do blasts becomes the center of a campus culture war after making a controversial statement during one of his classes which results in student protests so rounding of up the cast are bob alabam as professor elliott. Rents and helen taylor as professor joan handling both veteran. Educators who must reckon with being considered out of touch by their students and every cargo. Nila plays juju jeans young adopted daughter with whom she struggles to connect. Amanda p in any julia wyman created a chair while posters as an executive producer..
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"Is true. We're going to be hearing from Bob Larson and just a little bit right now. I want to hear from Mike King because it's been an awfully long time since I had the pleasure of saying, How's the Express way I had to go there. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Actually, we want to go to route to that area, Mike and really look where the rain is just saturating those road. With at risk of a tornado. Yeah, it's really coming down hard over route to your right here. Yeah, on route to out in that Harvard stretch out to Littleton. It's even coming down pretty hard on route to a of course. And and many other side roads in those areas. It's also now coming down over the mass Turnpike want to mention that heavy rain coming down through Stourbridge in Charlton as well, and it's just now starting over to 90 through downtown Worcester, so it looks like it's from what I can tell. It's coming East here, so be careful as these roads start to get wet. Keep those speeds down, of course, to avoid any other problems. But again, the the the big trouble spots Route two and two way with the weather coming through right now, we've got our hands full elsewhere to the south through three South is jammed over two miles Norwell down into Pembroke. This is a left wing crashed just before her 1 39. And troubles with route 25 Western Wear him that's attractive trailer that's rolled over onto its side right at 1 95. If you're stuck in that two mile backup, you want to be in those right lanes to get through there and troubles on the Cape. Route six east is locked up through sandwich with the left wing crashed shortly after Quaker meeting House Road, which is now exit 61. Did I mention Route three has already backed up 18 to Derby Street. You probably knew that already the expressway South Bend's already stop and go from the tunnel down through Savin Hill. A little slow from East Milton down to Braintree, but only about 16 minutes or so top to bottom. That's going to increase shortly. Northbound 93 the expressway. Some stop and go coming up on a Braintree otherwise Not bad and highways to the north aren't bad for the moment. 1 28 routes 3 93 Route one are all trouble free right now, my king WBC's traffic on the threes. Extended tornado warnings. Multiple tornado warnings We've had tornadoes, sightings funnel cloud sightings, joining.
South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo
Miami Gardens Reopens COVID Testing & Vaccination Site
"Its covid testing and vaccination site today. The testing facility now becomes one of the largest in the area since the state operated hard Rock stadium testing site is permanently closed. Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz says Florida's moving backwards in its fight against coronavirus, and she's calling yet again on the governor to declare a state of emergency supplies like ventilators and oxygen can move around the state more easily where they are needed. With tens of thousands of new cases in our hospitals teeming with covid patients, that declaration is necessary. The side opens the day after a new Regeneron monoclonal antibody treatment, said. Or opens at C B. Smith Park in Pembroke Pines. The free treatment is available seven days a week for the elderly and immunocompromised. Wendy Grossman,
The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show
Man Caught on Camera Taking Pictures up Woman's Dress
"Police in Pembroke Pines are on the hunt for a suspect caught on surveillance video doing some inappropriate surveillance of his own store cameras caught a man using a cell phone. To take photos up a woman's dress. AT T. J. Maxx detectives are asking for the public's help in finding the suspect caught on video walking up to the victim and the skin care aioli squats, aims his phone's camera under her dress and quickly runs out of the store. You can see the surveillance video at W i o d dot
106.1 FM WTKK
"pembroke" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Not so much now Financial told it. All right. We don't have a financial physics this week. But I want to congratulate my father, Dr Jose de Rueda, who just retired at UNC Pembroke after 42 years of teaching physics and astronomy. And I can be witness to the fact that he was always practicing astronomy seemed to be in the wintertime in North Carolina many times because my brothers and I had to go outside and help him set his telescope up when it's real dark outside, he said. Peter, We need to wait to everyone's sleeping. So there's no lights in the neighborhood. So what was 12 or one o'clock? We were out there looking at Saturn's rings, So I just want to know what you're looking at. After he stole the, uh, telescope when he wasn't looking. Everything's upside down. Check. Everything's upside down the telescope. You're looking at it so fine then I wouldn't know what you're talking about. Okay. All right, Dave. Let's go back to their So congratulations, Dad. That's a lot of time. And I do get comments from people a lot of times they try to put two and two together. Well, because I go by coach Pete on the radio last name de Rueda. They want to hear that name to say. Well, it's not some different stuff, but so many De Rodas around here. Yes. That was my dad. And he still is my dad and the end of you just retired from Unc Pembroke. Congratulations, Beautiful, correct that and started that. You know, he's been teaching so long there when he started when we moved from Wisconsin, which kinda glad we made that move. I was in third grade cold. I had friends in Wisconsin, your friends when you're growing up, right, my good friends. I was in third grade. This is a lifetime event. We're going to rip me away for my friends. I was never going to see him again. It was never going to get the same. That's what you say. When your third grade, he said. Well, I'll tell you one thing, little coach, but he didn't They have fried chicken in North Carolina. So guess what? Let's go fried chicken. I'm downright. Let's go. So you remember the cheese to the chicken? They they had good cheese and burgers up there, But, Yeah, we came down here and it was when we moved to Pembroke. We lived in Pembroke for six months. And the university at that time was called Pembroke State University, and then it combined. It was still a state university. But then UNC combined to like UNC Wilmington, UNC Greensboro, NC actual combined to the U. N C system, so it became U. N c P So that's the history of this case. You wondered what happened here. All right, Dave, How do you define financial success to live the lifestyle that I want to live without having to worry about it? That's right. Control, Right? What do you want to be in control? Exactly. Alright, good. That's good Answer. Well, it's too bad. Information, right? I can't answer that one. I made a couple notes because I came up this question. It may be financial independence. That's what you said Dave. A college education for your Children or grandchildren. A vacation home. TRAVEL golf. Chuck, I know you have golf. You may judge your success on what you leave for your heirs or charitable in churches and organizations like that. So again, it's means what you wanted to mean. But the most important part Is that while you're here, you don't worry. That's what I say. Taking the worry out of living in retirement is my goal for every single person I talked to that makes a lot of sense now. Let's not worry at all. Let's go back in history, Dave we've got we we we've put together our staffs put together every single year from 19 something 1910. I think all the way up to 2021. What do you got this shit this week. Theresa OPEC A takes us to 1971 through.
106.1 FM WTKK
"pembroke" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Not so much now Financial told it. All right. We don't have a financial physics this week. But I want to congratulate my father, Dr Jose de Roda, who just retired at UNC Pembroke after 42 years of teaching physics and astronomy. And I can be witness to the fact that he was always practicing astronomy seemed to be in the wintertime in North Carolina many times because my brothers and I had to go outside and help him set his telescope up when it's real dark outside, he said, Peter, We need to wait to everyone's sleeping. So there's no lights in the neighborhood. So what was over one o'clock? We were out there looking at Saturn's rings, so to speak. I just want to know what you're looking at. After he stole the telescope when he wasn't looking. Everything's upside down. Chuck. Everything's upside down the telescope. You're looking at it so fine then I wouldn't know what you're talking about. Okay. Alright, Dave. Let's go back to the so congratulations, Dad. That's a lot of time. And I do get comments from people a lot of times they try to put two and two together. Well, because I go by coach Pete on the radio last name de Rueda. They want to hear that name to say. Well, it's not. There aren't stuff but so many De Rodas around here. Yes, that was my dad. And he still is my dad and the end of you just retired from UNC Pembroke. Congratulations, beautiful. Correct that he started. You know, he's been teaching so long there when he started when we moved from Wisconsin, which kinda glad we made that move. I was in third grade cold. I had friends in Wisconsin, your friends when you're growing up right now, my good friends. I was in third grade. This is a lifetime event. We're going to rip me away for my friends. I was never going to see him again. It was it was never going to get the same. That's what you say. When your third grade. He said. Well, I'll tell you one thing, little coach, but he didn't. Probably They have fried chicken in North Carolina. So let's go check it out. Alright, let's go. So remember the cheese to the chicken. They they had good cheese and burgers up there, But, yeah, we came down here and it was when we moved to Pembroke. We lived in Pembroke for six months. And the university at that time was called Pembroke State University. And then it combined. It was still a state university. But then UNC combine to like UNC Wilmington, UNC Greensboro, NC actual combined to the U. N C system, so it became U N c P So that's the history of this case. You wondered what happened here. All right, Dave, How do you define financial success to live the lifestyle that I want to live without having to worry about it? That's right. Control, Right? What do you want to be in control? Exactly? Yeah. Alright. Good. That's good Answer. Well, it's too bad. My wife already has control. Information. I can't answer that one. I made a couple notes because I came up this question. It may be financial independence. That's what you said Dave. A college education for your Children or grandchildren. A vacation home. TRAVEL golf. Chuck, I know you have golf. You may judge your success on what you leave for your heirs or charitable in churches and organizations like that. So again, it's means what you wanted to mean. But the most important part Is that while you're here, you don't worry. That's what I say. Taking the worry out of living in retirement is my goal for every single person I talked to that makes a lot of sense now. Let's not worry at all. Let's go back in history, Dave we've got we we we've put together our staffs put together every single year from 19 something 1910. I think all the way up to 2021. What do you got this this week. Theresa OPEC takes us to 1971 through the years. Let's.
"pembroke" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Let's start back this week in 1913 Washington Senators player Walter Johnson and his record scoreless streak at 56 innings Johnson scoreless inning streak in 1913 began on April 10th. Lasted 55 2 3rd innings pitch. He threw an impressive six shut outs in a row before finally being scored on by the Browns on May 14th 1913 jumping way ahead this week in 1973 Nolan Ryan of the California Angels pitches his first no hitter beats the Royals three to nothing. This'll Week in 1985 Michael Jordan is named NBA Rookie of the Year. This'll Week in 1986 Reggie Jackson hits his 537th home run passing mix. Mantle for sixth place. This'll week in 1996 Sammy Sosa is the first Chicago Cup ever to hit two home runs in one anyway. This'll week in 2006. The New York Yankees down 19 Nothing in the second inning match, the biggest comeback in Yankees history when Jorge Posada hits a game winning two run home run with two outs in the ninth for a 14 13 victory over the Texas Rangers, And this weekend 2015 at the 148 Preakness, Victor Espinoza aboard American Hero wins the race that would go on to win the Belmont and capture the first Triple Crown since 1978 on that's just some of what happened this weekend Sports history the weekend sports Time capsule on my heart radio. It is 9 20 in Miami's Austria Insurance Traffic Center. Been a busy morning on the roads. Just get up there now with Paul Cross. Paul Yeah. Good morning, Ryan that crash 95 South found at Pembroke Road. They still have all lanes blocked. Police are forcing you off at Pembroke. And you'll see brake lights starting around 5 95. It's very, very heavy through their South found. 95 Express lanes are closed between Griffin and Hallandale Beach Boulevard and that crash 95 North down at 79th Street, With the left lane blocked traffic is jammed up from the airport Expressway. This report paid for mine. It's.
"pembroke" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Let's start back this week in 1913 Washington Senators player Walter Johnson and his record scoreless streak at 56 innings Johnson scoreless inning streak in 1913 began on April 10th. Lasted 55 2 3rd innings pitch be through an impressive six shut outs in a row before finally being scored on by the Browns on May 14th 1913 jumping Way ahead this week in 1973 Nolan Ryan of the California Angels pitches his first no hitter, he beats the Royals three to nothing. This'll Week in 1985 Michael Jordan is named NBA Rookie of the Year. This'll Week in 1986 Reggie Jackson hits his 537th home run passing mix. Mantle for sixth place. This'll wake in 1996 Sammy Sosa is the first Chicago cub ever to hit two home runs in one anyway. This'll week in 2006. The New York Yankees down 19 Nothing in the second inning match, the biggest comeback in Yankees history when Jorge Posada hits a game winning two run home run with two outs in the ninth for a 14 13 victory over the Texas Rangers, and this weekend 2015 at the 148 Preakness, Victor Espinoza aboard American fan Wins the race. They would go on to win the Belmont and capture the first Triple Crown since 1978 on that zits. 9 10 Ryan. He's just three. A insurance traffic center. Nellis could check on traffic with Paul Prospal playing Ryan. The big thing right now is that crash 95 South bound at Pembroke Road, blocking all lanes. Police forcing you off at Pembroke. Traffic really jammed up from 5 95 South found 95 Express lanes are closed from Griffin, the Hallandale Beach Boulevard, and we do have a crash..
"pembroke" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Pembroke pines. Southwest corner of Pines Boulevard and Dykes Road, about a mile west of I 75 were in the Subaru building where we always are each and every Saturday morning taking your calls answering all your questions, listening to all your stories. We love stories. 8666 10 6397 and, you know, please don't wait to the last minute and we can't get to you. So start coming up with your questions and stories now and give us a call. 8666 10 6397. I'm Jerry Hoster along with Tony Stamp own Robert Ladoga. What's happening? Selling cars? Yeah, yeah, another great selling cars and fixing cars. You fixing a few there, Robert. Yeah. Where? Busy as we broke another record again last month. Way are not supposed to be doing that. Don't you know that's a pandemic going on? You gotta stop. You're making everybody else look bad. You know what it if everybody else called and said Stop, it feels so It feels so good that we're doing what we're doing. Mind you where we have one selling this half running right? But everything else is running 150%. And the guys on the team that we put together over the years. It's everything you know between our customers that are loyal to us. And the team that we put together after Ah lot of sacrifice a lot of looking for the right people. It's paying off. It's 100% paying off. Yeah. It's been busy. We've been very fortunate, you know, uh, still a great time to buy a car and we've acquired as many cars as we can. So when you come, where can maintain still an aggressive posture and put these car deals together? You know inventories, you know, maybe tight. Other stores, but we try to stay ahead of it and try to acquire many cars we can pre owned businesses exploding. Um, you know, it's just, uh full steam ahead. It's an environment we've never seen before. But it Zwart king out because a lot of people are coming in and lowering their costs of driving a car. And I think that's the main driver. I think the shock is they're coming in. We're gonna replace our car, either a new car, pre owned car, and when it's all said and done sure, it's a little bit last payments a little bit less. And why wouldn't you do that? You know why exactly. It only makes sense. Yes, we got Dwight on mine. Wind Quite good morning. Good morning, gentlemen. Thanks for having a show on loosen quota. Boom. Um, always, uh, talking back to the radio. You know, I got a deep background on the motive. Power sport. Boozing, says us up to service manager parts manager that touched the thing. But, you know, started twisting wrenches from my dad's son. So Anyway, Um, you know, I was trying to describe to my wife the game of buying cars for cash all out, right. You know, her family was such that she could afford to buy a Mercedes cash and just leave the dealership with it, and you know they would own and so, 10 years and then just go in and buy another one, and that was their situation. It's not a common situation, but you know they're out there. But she wanted to become financially independent. But she was really insistent upon a car for cash. I said Okay, no problem. What do you want to buy? She does. Why can't afford Mercedes? I said I'm gonna love one home dead because I used to work for 100,000 that had a crazy warranty, etcetera, etcetera. Well, you know, she owned a car too long. No, no, it's not really worth all that marks. So now it's pretty much you something. A situation Where, you know, I told me you're going to sell this car within two years. You know, you got to keep this value up, but this is what you're trying to do and write new vehicles. You gotta start switching them up. To your point. I've had plenty of friends going to dealership with leases that can't even get through the entire least, because if the other ships ask them if they want to switch up because they could use that car, and they're usefully so I heard some good things about Subaru. In fact, just yesterday. That's not that I haven't hope did things about super, but I've never been a super guy. But I have an active family with large stocks. And my friend said I should look at the forced and so I wouldn't know about the leasing lost much of it because honestly, it kind of fits my life's lifestyle. You know, she doesn't know she wants it. All included. Just wants to pay a certain state and then just watch nothing. Every couple of years. Does that still exist? Or is that just the old school that I appreciate you telling me you made a good point, a person that replaces vehicles within 24 to 36 months because they just want always drive something relatively new. Still under warranty haven't entered into some, you know, heavier expense In a sense of one of cars out of warranty. We always recommend leasing. You no limitation. What? Leasing maybe miles. But that's not an issue anymore because they can build the lease to any mileage interval. If you got low mileage lease is mid range between 12 the 15,000. If you drive in excess of that we can build it to 20 25,000. But that is the way to go A Zafar as if you're looking to replace a vehicle every 24 to 36 months. Then on top of that, the manufacturers will always support. Ah, lot of, you know, Money's in a sense of, um, you know, bringing the lease in early. They want to hold on to you as a customer, so they offer ah lot of incentive in a sense of loyalty programs.
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"4th 1944 screen legend Angela Lansbury makes her film debut in the movie Gaslight. The 18 Year old earns her first of three Academy Award nominations for best supporting actress. May 5th 2018 Emmy and Golden Globe winning actor Donald Glover drops the video for his single This Is America under his stage name, Child. Scam, be no. After debuting at number one. The song would receive four Grammy nominations and win in each category. May 7th 1901 early Hollywood icon Gary Cooper is born is Frank James Cooper and Helena Montana. Appearing in nearly 100 films in the silent and Sound eras. He was nominated for five Academy Awards winning best actor for Sergeant York and High Noon May 8th 1912 Paramount Pictures has founded under the name Famous Players Film company taking its current name and nine 18 36. It's the second oldest film company in the U. S and the fifth oldest in the world and remains a major studio to this day May nice 18 93 inventor Thomas Edison holds the first public demonstration of his Connecticut cope at the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences. The device, which allowed audiences to watch moving pictures through a people was a direct forerunner to motion pictures as we know them today, and that's the week in Hollywood history on I Heart radio. It is 9 40, Miami's Astrea Insurance Traffic Center. Let's find out what's happening on the roads now across across South Florida with Paul Cross Paul Good Morning, we have a new crash on the Palmetto eastbound in northwest 27th. It's taking up the two left lanes and causing brake lights to begin it. Red Road at a crash on the ramp from Pembroke Road in North Found 95. Where First responders are working that scene..
2 men, 4 year old killed in Miami suburb plane crash
"Unfortunately this plane right here struck an suv in south florida. Killing three. it's horrible. it's horrible. Everything was caught on camera. Or i'm sorry a ring camera so a boy traveling with his mother in. Suv was struck by plane. In florida has died in a fiery accident. Do the accident got Which was all caught on doorbell cam across the street in three pm. A plane crash and pembroke pines claim the life of both the people on board the plane and the child in the car. We heard like a bomb neighbor said a tremendous noise. Everything was on fire. Fernandez's doorbell camera. The whole thing as the suv was driving down the street and suddenly appeared in the right hand corner. A single engine plane a beechcraft diving from the sky smashed into the vehicle and corinne down the street. The craft keeps going up in a ball of flame which is horrible. Now here's the for those you weaken heart. It's a door camera so it's kinda far away but you can see this happen on her doorbell
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"Founded Amazon more than 25 years ago, will become executive chairman. Walmart says it's pharmacists ready to start administering covert 19 vaccines The giant retailer won't start vaccinations for at least several more days. WalMart says the first shipments of vaccines will be delivered to select Wal Mart and Sam's Club stores. Sometime next week at the earliest stores in 22 States will participate. There are no signs the Biden administration will take a softer line on Tehran. The Department of Justice is seeking to seize two million barrels of oil on a Greek owned tanker, saying the oil came from Iran. The complaint accuses Iran of trying to disguise the origin of the oil using ship to ship transfers, falsified documents and other means back to you, Jimi. All right. Thanks very much. Well, it's a talking about law enforcement and crime. And this morning was Bird Sheriff's Office. Undersheriff A colonel Nicole Anderson. She's in for sheriff Tony this morning. No more idea, Colonel. Good to talk to you. Good morning. I understand that you stay in that horrible shooting that took the lives of two FBI agents that Barrett shares office was a peripheral involvement. What was tell us how this all happened? Yes. When the incident unfolded on scene, there was a radio call in to dispatch advising off. The incident, and at that point there was a full tactical alert that was initiated by, uh, dispatch, which that the full tactical alert what would bring out all of the assets as it relates to an active Shooter type incident off it just by, I would say the grace of God. Our SWAT team was out on an unrelated Mission and was able to quickly get over to the scene. Well. It was a horrible, horrible thing. My goodness! What a day. There was a turned out to be a prank. But there was a apparently a threat of phone into the West Plaids. Middle school the other day. Tell us what you know about that. What happened there? Frank or not, we take these types of call very seriously. And it was a swatting incident where a caller phoned in a threat to put staff and students. And great fear and initiate a mass law enforcement response. Um, we've made strides as to the safety of the community. More importantly, and this instance of our kids and our schools and that, um Immediately upon this threat coming in are real time Crime center was up on the school and the camera and we had a very quick response of ground units, and we were able to quickly determined that the threat was unfounded. Um, we're currently working a number of leads so identified a collar and there will be consequences. This is a serious matter, and it's not fun and games. No, it sure isn't we've learned that that's for sure. Um, any movement on the investigation to whoever vandalized that toy store in Pembroke pines by spray painting a swastika end. Quote, convict Trump on the walls. Do we know who's behind that? What is a fine line between free expression and criminal activity, and this one crossed the line. It's criminal activity. Um An employee noticed the message sprayed on the on the exterior of the business, which occurred between Friday and Monday off this week. Um We don't have any specific leads At this point. We are reviewing the evidence that we do have and detectives are working to develop information to bring this individual to justice as well. We're asking anyone who has information regarding this to give us a call at the Brock crime stoppers in that number would be 954493 tips. And just so I can repeat the name of the business with doctors. Toy Store in Pembroke Park. Okay, um, you know, Colonel, the bad the bad actors have to realize there are cameras everywhere these days. And, uh, we're not gonna get away with love this stuff and then you could track down phones and And I P addresses and all that kind of stuff. And I think the there are they're not the brightest bulb, but they do some of these stupid things anyway. But anyway, Colonel, Thank you so much for time this morning. Pleasure to speak with you. Thank you. I'm here and you have a nice day. You too. That's Undersheriff curl Nicole Anderson and for sheriff Troy this morning, the Bard Sheriff's office. Some 56 man. You've got to support this. Weren't you, Jimmy the Miami Dolphins, taking an unusual out.
"pembroke" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Of Pembroke Pines. You can call us at 8666 10 63978666 10 6397. Tony, we were talking a little bit. About? Um I mean now, even more importantly, leasing versus buying because things have changed. With money practically free. Has that affected the disparity between leasing and buying now? No, I think I think that The more expensive You go up the line and more releasing. You Have sure? Um, you know you're gonna buy a $50,000 vehicle and you're gonna finance it. You're gonna need more money down. It'll be a longer period of time. Um, that's the only way you can manage that payment. But with the lease You know there's various incentives involved in putting that vehicle in the marketplace and add a competitive payment. So leasing still is Very attractive. You know the thing about leasing, you know, a lot of people think they drive too many miles, and that that's not true because you can build a lease. Based on however many miles you you drive 30,000 miles a year would do the least for $30,000. So we can we can custom it t your needs, But leasing still is very strong. I mean, in our Lexus and Accurate stores in our our luxury brands for say, it's 95% you know, you go into the Toyota store. It's 25% 30% here too, right? Yes, well, Subaru does does very well releasing too, because Chase is the lender for Subaru, and they got really aggressive and leasing and We do a lot of leasing and Subaru? Yeah. Wow. My oldest son, just Lisa's second super. Really, You know, when you when you think about leasing, like, you know, you come in and you lease a car and you pay 400 bucks a month. You got minimum down payment and you go on your journey and you're 36 months. Vehicle is going to be completely under warranty. Your service maintenance costs could be relatively nothing and in some cases, some of it's actually covered. Um, when you get to the end of that least you know what? You're basically doing a swap and keys. Right? So we're gonna We're gonna give you another car payments gonna be relatively the same. You didn't have to buy tires. You don't have to. So a lot of people look at leasing. Um you know, it's an ongoing way. Tonto Mobility and and to control that expense. You know your cable bill your phone Bill Electric bill, least things turn more into that. That's why it's least after release have the least once you, Lise. You're probably going to release and really sure. Yeah, I mean, I have. Yeah, I never thought I would lease. Yeah, but now, you know, at the end of this year or whenever Michelle calls me and tells me to I'm going to be turning in. And, uh 2019 r x With Less than 15,000 miles on it At the rate we're going right now, so now tied at into our pre owned business, right? Someone is going absolutely gorgeous. Perfect. Perfect car, So, yeah, you know, that's just broken in. Barely. We got Neil Online one. Good morning, Neil. The man and how you guys done Good. What can we do for you? After the thank you for.
"pembroke" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Contagious new strain of the coronavirus that spreading in Britain is showing up here in Florida. The state Department of Health says the patient is in Martin County on the Treasure Coast. He's a man in his twenties with no history of travel. D O. H is working with the CDC to investigate. Say experts anticipate the new strain will have little to no impact on the effectiveness of the covert 19 vaccine. The announcement came after reports that the strain has been detected in Colorado and California. I mean, I'll inspector. Some people in Florida are finding out they don't necessarily need an appointment to get a coronavirus shot. Health officials in ST John's County say their phone system crashed And people started lining up early this morning to receive of vaccination without an appointment. Sarasota County is another example or seniors and been able to walk up to the local health department and get vaccinated. The New year's onto a violent stored in ST Petersburg and for three people were shot early this morning and for a large crowd gathered in an argument broke out. Police say officers on the scene at the time heard the gunfire and we're able to quickly help the victims whose injuries appear to be non life threatening. The pandemic hit Florida and its terms of based economy particularly hard, but Tony Carvajal and Florida tanks watched sends. Recovery is well underway. We've had actually a better year that we expected to they just up the tax collection estimates from this past year by a billion dollars. He's cautiously optimistic about the state's recovery in 21. Believing at all l pace all other states. Among the new laws taking effect today in Florida finds for passing a stopped school bus or now doubled. You're looking at paying between 204 100 box with Florida's news. I'm Larry Spellman. Several Pembroke Pines is Florida's number one volume Subaru store where you can Always expect extraordinary services. Subaru Pembroke Pines come in for an amazing automotive experience. What do you reckon? That's what homeowners Roman public here Lori Finkelstein read a real state L C with a December update. I haven't seen a shortage of waterfront homes like this since 2006. If you're getting 7 to 10% above market value for your home sounds good, then this is the time right now to do it. Not all areas will get it. So gotta 888 97 roman dot com and into your address, and I will personally contact you or go to my Facebook page Roman public real estate and see the properties. I've personally just sold above market value and how I could do the same for you..
4 injured in Broward small plane crash
"Goes down with four people on board. At least one had to be taken to the hospital. There's no word on specific injuries, nor would cause that small plane to crash so large police presence dealing with a situation along Pembroke grow just west of university drive traffic is being impacted in the area. The plane went down into a part in a residential neighborhood. Nobody on the ground is hurt. Theglobe
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Police respond to ‘break-in’ at Pembroke Pines store near Miami, find music video shoot instead
"A music video is being shot at a store in. Pembroke pines florida this week until police showed up after reports of men with guns storming the store. It was part of the video. Neither the store owner nor the video crew notified police in advance about the shoot in which no real shots were fired.
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Hiker whose heart stopped after Mt. Rainier rescue recovers
"Fistfights and fires in the nation's capital. I'm pam who so fox news supporters of president trump gathered by the thousands in washington dc. They cheered and chanted yesterday and things were mostly peaceful until it got dark counter protesters throwing fireworks clashing with those rallying for the president throughout dc streets from fistfights to all out brawl overall. There were twenty arrests. according to the mayor's office and at least seven guns were recovered. One man was stabbed. He is expected to be all right. Fox's lauren blanchard in washington to police officers were said to be heard. At least twenty arrests were made president elect. Joe biden is putting together his cabinet and could make some announcements in the coming days. This as president trump's legal team continues. Its push to overturn the election results. I am working on the massive aspect of of system wide election fraud. Definitely impacting the swing states and likely going far beyond that attorney said the powell on fox. Justice with judge janine. A number of the president's legal challenges have been thrown out of court. Alarming surges across the country in corona virus cases have state leaders taking steps to try and curb the spread governors of california oregon and washington issue joint travel advisories on friday in an effort to get a handle on surging cases in those three states. What that means is that if you traveled to any of those stage you'll be to self quarantine for fourteen. Days are also asking residents to avoid all nonessential travel out of state and limited interactions to only people who live in their homes. Fox's charles watson tomorrow another stay at home order takes effect in chicago. It will last thirty days new mexico also ordering all residents to stay home. America's listening to fox news big names and big money are descending on georgia ahead of two critical senate races. Republican incumbents kelly leffler. David purdue are heading into january fifth runoff against democratic challengers raphael. Warnock and jon ossoff and with the balance of power in the us. Senate em- play spending for these. Two run in georgia is expected to set new records exceeding at least two hundred million dollars but perhaps reaching as much as five hundred million. Fox's jonathan serrie. Last week senate republican marco rubio campaign for leffler president elect joe biden has said his campaign will do anything aitken to help off and warnock because the presidential race was so close in georgia. Five million ballots are being recounted by hand in a tweet yesterday. President trump suggested the recount is of time because signatures aren't being matched georgia's secretary of state pushed back with his own tweets explaining how the state's voting process works later today. Nasa and spacex hoped to launch four astronauts to the international space station. The crew goes up for six months. They dock their crew dragon spacecraft to the space station. It will stay there with them for the six month. Expedition former nasa astronaut. Tom jones saturday is planned launch from cape canaveral. Florida was postponed because of bad weather. A remarkable story of recovery for a hiker rescued from washington's mount. Rainier one week ago michael. No pinski was airlifted off the mountain but he died shortly after arriving at a seattle hospital. The story could have ended there but doctors work tirelessly to get us heart beating again and after forty five minutes they did lipinski who woke up two days later still has some trouble with his heart and kidneys but it continues to improve. I'm kim russo. And this is fox news. Stamps dot com brings the post office and ups shipping rights. Your computer go to stamps. Dot com to start a four week. Trial plus free post agenda digital scale with promo code fox that stamps dot com. Click on the microphone at the top of the page and type in fox. Welcome into tomorrow with dave line the interactive radio network programs with the latest in high tech products and services and the experts. Who bring them to you. This is into tomorrow. Here's dave grave line from the decks com g six studios. The future of diabetes management. Is here visit. Decks com dot com. That's d. e. x. c. o. m. dot com and. Yes as the announcer dude. Said i am dave grave line. 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Because we want to hear from you anytime on the show but if you're interested in some of the particular cool into tomorrow hot summer into the fall giveaway items then you need to call now last chance this weekend. Participate that way. Some tech news and commentary. And then we'll get back to your many award winning prize winning calls it's official. The moon is getting a four g lte network. Why does the moon native four g. Lt eanet well therese it's Twenty two thousand eight goal to build a lunar base and eventually sustaining human presence. On the moon nasa has awarded three hundred seventy million dollars to over a dozen companies to deploy technology on the lunar surface while those technologies of course include four g nasa says four g could provide more reliable longer distance communication than the current radio standards that are in place on the moon like the earth like on earth the four g network will eventually be upgraded to five g. Now i wonder if it'll be considered local calling from the moon to your family. Maybe you know if an astronaut on the moon working there on the on moonbase wants to call home unlike not will it be a local call. It's four g network. Maybe probably not probably not a four. G will probably work better on the moon than it does here. It won't have any trees buildings
Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis
Flood watch in effect for Broward, Miami-Dade after Eta sweeps past
"Is gone. It's effects may be felt for a little bit longer down here, especially in Broward. Some roads are still flooded, including in Pembroke Pines were officials say, the streets My Not dry up until Sunday in in Fort Fort Fort Lauderdale, Lauderdale, Lauderdale, Lauderdale, Melrose Melrose Melrose Melrose Melrose Park Park Park Park Park and and and and and Melrose Melrose Melrose Melrose Melrose Manners Manners Manners Manners Manners are are are are are still still still still still dealing dealing dealing dealing dealing with with with with with flooded flooded flooded flooded flooded streets streets streets streets streets and and and and and city city city city city officials officials officials officials officials now now now now now warning warning warning warning warning that that that that that they're they're they're they're they're trying trying trying trying trying to to to to to pump pump pump pump pump out out out out out all all all all all the the the the the water water water water water before before before before before the the the the the king king king king king tides get here in. Ah, Flood Watch is in effect until seven o'clock tonight and Broward and Miami Dade and speaking of those
Miami-area schools see uptick in COVID-19 cases
"Is more more Corona. Corona. Virus Virus cases. cases. Crop Crop up up in in South South Florida Florida schools schools rates rates 336 336 and and nine nine are are back back in in glasses. glasses. Broward Broward logs, logs, its its first first confirmed confirmed Corona Corona virus virus case. case. A A first first grader grader on on the the West West campus campus of of Pembroke Pembroke Pines Pines Charter Charter Elementary Elementary School School employees employees at at Miramar Miramar Eye Eye and and one one at at Park Park Trails Trails Elementary Elementary also also tested tested positive. positive. In In Miami Miami Dade Dade 11. 11. Student Student cases cases are are confirmed confirmed in in one one employee employee case. case. Mast Academy in Virginia Key reopened its doors this morning after closing Monday, when two students they're tested positive students admit they're a little nervous coming back. I don't feel too safe, but you know, I'm gonna try my best, you know, stay 6 ft. Apart from everybody. The positive students were reportedly exposed at the same party. Wendi Grossman. NewsRadio 6
Masters in Business
New York personal Injury Attorney Steve Barnes Killed in Small Plane Crash Outside Buffalo
"Injury attorney in New York is said to be one of two people killed in a plane crash. Stephen Barnes from the film Selina and Barnes was reportedly the pilot. His small plane went down in the woods near Pembroke. It's still unclear exactly what happened, but he and a woman were headed to Buffalo from New Hampshire. I'm Brian shook.
The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.
1-Year-Old Child Struck by Pickup Truck in Kingston, Boston
"Year old in the hospital with non life life threatening threatening injuries injuries after after he he was was hit hit by by a a pickup pickup truck truck in in Kingston Kingston this this morning. morning. First First responders responders rushed rushed to to the the scene scene on on Station Station Street Street after after an an investigation. investigation. No criminal charges have been filed against the driver. An 88 year old man from Pembroke earlier
Pembroke Pines Woman Shot On I-75 While Chasing Man Who Stole Money From Her in Miami
"Tape is up its century village after all. Woman claims she was robbed by a man. Possibly her ex boyfriend ended up being shot on I 75 while chasing him down. Remember Pines police detectives say the man broke into her home just after four in the morning, stole cash before fleeing. The woman followed him onto the highway where bullets began to fly. The woman was hit in the torso. She drove herself to the hospital with Non life threatening injuries to
WBZ Morning News
Florida hospitals at capacity, including Memorial West Hospital near Miami
"Devastating the Sunbelt new cases at record levels. Hospitalizations are way up, especially In Florida. Many hospitals in the Sunshine State beyond capacity. Leah Carpenter is a nurse and the CEO of Memorial West Hospital in Pembroke Pines, fussing except in the emergency room. I'm busting at the seams inside the hospital. I'm busting at the seams in terms of the I C u. So how about this comparison in just the last three days? There have been over 30,000 new cases of the Corona virus in Florida the last three days here in Massachusetts, positive cases of the Corona virus. 496.
Miami - One Person Killed In Fiery Small Plane Crash In Pembroke Pines
"Brian the FAA now on the scene investigating a small plane crash in Pembroke pines this happened within the last hour right off of Pembroke road in hiatus so what we know so far is that it is a small plane that was registered to the Wayman aviation academy it was taking part in a training exercise when it went down still no reason now why the plane went down we do know that there's been one fatality and two other injuries as this investigation gets
AP News Radio
In a US now in puppy love, Labs still tops, but corgis rise
"Labrador retrievers are still at the top of the heap among America's favorite purebred dogs but corgis are making their move Labrador retrievers remain the nation's most popular purebred for the twenty ninety year in a row according to American Kennel Club rankings released today after Labrador retrievers the top ten include German shepherds golden retrievers French Bulldogs Bulldogs poodles beagles Rottweilers German shorthair pointers and for the first time the diminutive Pembroke Welsh corgi Pembroke's may have gotten a boost in recent years from court he focused social media accounts and the Netflix series the crown as more people stay home because of the corona virus Americans dogs are having their day adoptions are open more shelters are reporting being completely empty by people looking for companionship I'm Jennifer king
AP News Radio
In a US now in puppy love, Labs still tops, but corgis rise
"Labrador retrievers remain the nation's most popular purebred for the twenty ninety year in a row according to American Kennel Club rankings released today after Labrador retrievers the top ten include German shepherds golden retrievers French Bulldogs Bulldogs poodles beagles Rottweilers German shorthair pointers and for the first time the diminutive Pembroke Welsh corgi Pembroke's may have gotten a boost in recent years from court he focused social media accounts and the Netflix series the crown as more people stay home because of the corona virus American stocks are having their day adoptions are open more shelters are reporting being completely empty by people looking for companionship I'm Jennifer king
Miami - Drive through collects samples from more than 400 people in first day
"The effort to increase cover nineteen testing continues the Florida National Guard strife to testing sign Pembroke pines collected more than four hundred samples the governor once more we would like to scale this up and hopefully replicated around the state because I really think that the number one thing that we need is just a lot more people have been tested he says the federal government has provided three readymade testing sites one has opened in Jacksonville in a drive through for golf carts should come soon to the villages to Santa says more testing will help officials make better decisions
Man’s body found with gunshot wound in Henry County community pool
"A death investigation is under way in Henry county after a man's body was discovered near a community pool president of the Pembroke park subdivision in McDonough found the victim with some sort of gunshot wound this neighbor tells channel two action news I was in my dear and I heard four shots upon arrival police put down multiple evidence markers and roped off an open hole in the ground near the pool it's unclear if the dead man lived in the neighborhood police have not released the victim's
WBZ Midday News
13-Year-Old Girl Hurt In Deadly Pembroke Crash Sues Driver, Company
"A girl critically injured in a crash that killed her friend in Pembroke sues the driver and his former company thirteen year old Kendall's modal was one of three people in an S. U. V. that was hit by a highway safety systems pickup truck on route one thirty nine the driver Greg good cell of Marshfield was fired by the company right after the crash and police say he ran a red light confessed you've been drinking using cocaine at a company holiday party thirteen year old clear resistors and was killed her mother