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"phyllis ronco" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"phyllis ronco" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"phyllis ronco" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:13 min | 3 months ago

"phyllis ronco" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Beloved stuffed animal. Now before they sent the little stuffed toy Dalmatian back to its family in Florida. They took the little dog on an airport tour and posted the journey on Social Media. Airport employees found the toy left behind in the terminal, and spokesperson Mindy Kirshner says they snapped photos of the lost traveler. Fitted in a mask at the airports, restaurants on the runway and with a real life canine team. Meanwhile, Doug and Phyllis Ronco say they were driving to the ST Pete Clearwater International Airport to retrieve their son's stuffed animal. The toy is special to their son, Jaden's because it was given to him on the day he was adopted, thanks to all the staff who not only reunited the stuff doggy with its owner, but took him on a tour of the airport for everyone to enjoy on social media. You all Made the Dean's list. Janice Dean Fox News, Fox on Faith with Lauren Green. When life begins to crumble around us, the Bible says to remember that God is our refuge, a place of shelter. Sheltering God is not really anything to do with the physical things that we do. It has everything to do with the spiritually things we dio. Dr. David Jeremiah, founder of Turning Point Ministry, says that in these tumultuous times we should bear in mind that God is eternal everything else. Is temporary, and that includes the Corona virus. His new book, Sheltering in God, is a reflection on the Old Testament's book of Psalms and how the vast number of them are about the human soul crying out to God to alleviate suffering and allay fears. The psalms especially have words that air so strengthening and helpful and especially the psalms of David because David went through so many things that were very similar to the things we're going through right now, so his words would be encouraging to us for Fox on Faith, Lauren Green. Fox News Radio goes one on one with Steven Tyler from Aerosmith to find out how he got his start in music and song writing. It was a song called Moving Out. It was a magic moment. I mean, all I've ever asked for. I don't know those young kids. All I kept saying was just want to get my foot in the door. And once I got my foot in the door, I knew it would be all over. It least I had hopes, and we made.

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"phyllis ronco" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:33 min | 4 months ago

"phyllis ronco" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Its way back home. CBS News correspondent Pam Coulter reports a stuffed Dalmatian toy that was lost at the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport is on its way back to its owner in Florida before airport employees returned the beloved toy dog named Mash mash to Doug and Phyllis Ronco son Jaden's, The Dalmatian, outfitted in a mask went on an impromptu tour of the airport. Ward and had photos snapped at the airports, Restaurants in the runway and with the canine team. Pam Coulter, CBS News AH High School. Teen wins a $1,000,000 lawsuit after standing up for his rights coming in Catholic high school student Nick Sandman sued the Washington Post in February of last year over its coverage of his 2019 encounter with the Native American elder Man. A teen announced on Twitter that the company agreed to settle the $250 million defamation lawsuit on his 18th birthday. Lisa Matteo CBS News Thiss Chicago's All News used radios, 78 and one. Opie 10.9 w BBM newsradio dot com. Maybe a news time. 505 Saturday Giant 25th. Good morning. I'm Dave Burner 71 degrees in Chicago. Clear skies with a real summer like day today. Hot, inhuman Sunshine High 91 eighties at the lake. Complete forecast for the weekend of the days ahead. Coming up here shortly 15 past our sports for 16 pass first our top local story on NewsRadio, Wcbm. It's the fight against gun violence in Chicago, the Department of Justice Program Operation Legend as his first federal prosecutions W. V. P. M's Andy Dane with Mohr. The federal offenses are tied to the illegal possession of guns and ammunition. 30 year old Darryl Collins of Dalton, 22 year old Darryl Phillips of Chicago, and 21 year old Romeo Holloway of Chicago, were all charged this week. All three remain in federal custody. Operation Legend Initiative involves federal agents working alongside local police move, Mayor Lightfoot initially pushed back against a statement from US attorney for the Northern District of Illinois John Lauch. The program has strengthened efforts to nab illegal gun offenders in Chicago and D Day News Radio, 105.9 FM three violence so far in Chicago this weekend to women shot early today in South Shore. One is dead. Police say they were standing in the parking area. Apartment building in the 30 100 block of East 78th Street when someone started shooting one woman shot of the head, the other in the shoulder. No. One in custody in Englewood, a 21 year old man shot and wounded. Police say he was in a party bus around midnight in the 1500 block of West 56 Street. When someone in a white sedan started shooting there, the man was hit in the neck. Others on the buns on the boss rather were hit by shattering glass. No. One in custody At this hour. A rally on Chicago's one side just steps from the CPD detention facility there. The Homan Square complex has been at the center of controversy for years over the treatment of people in custody. Matthew Dixon was held there for nearly eight hours and 2017. He spoke with CBS to King screaming for help. As for water can use the bathroom. They don't come as the group of about 15 different organizations that simple across the street of Freedom Square and recited a list of alleged injustices that have taken place in that building. CBS to Investigation has been digging into claims of police abuse at the home and square. Billing for years. Now, it always state police are asking for the public's help in locating a hit run driver.

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"phyllis ronco" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:12 min | 4 months ago

"phyllis ronco" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

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"phyllis ronco" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"phyllis ronco" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

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Lost toy dog returns home to Florida boy with help of Cincinnati airport

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Lost toy dog returns home to Florida boy with help of Cincinnati airport

"A young boy is all smiles as his beloved toy makes its way back home. CBS News correspondent Pam Coulter reports a stuffed Dalmatian toy that was lost at the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport is on its way back to its owner in Florida before airport employees returned the beloved toy dog named Mash mash to Doug and Phyllis Ronco son Jaden's. The Dalmatian, outfitted in a mask went on an impromptu tour of the airport and had photos snapped at the airports, restaurants in the road. Away and with the canine

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"phyllis ronco" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:19 min | 4 months ago

"phyllis ronco" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"50 W W. J Good Evening. I'm Sandra McNeil. Here's what's happening at 11 50 vice president Mike. Pence says the reopening schools is the best thing for our kids and the best thing for working families. This follows the release of new guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommending the reopening of in person education a day after to Detroit Public school students tested positive for the current virus Additional testing today. There were no new cases, though no positive cases reported. A new poll, meanwhile, shows just exactly how teachers are feeling now about heading back to work teacher's arm or concerned about exposure to Cove in 19 compared to other workers. According to a new Gallup poll, 57% of teachers are very concerned, as opposed to 21% of other workers. Just 14% of teachers are not concerned at all, compared to 25% of all other workers. Teachers are also more likely than other workers to say the Corona virus situation in the U. S. Is getting worse, and the poll shows they're increasingly preferring to work remotely versus heading back into the classroom. Wendy Gillette, CBS News Authorities believe a men's rights attorney shot and killed a fellow attorney in California in the days before he attacked a federal judge's family in New Jersey, then committed suicide. Roy Dan Hollander, who is 72 has found dead of a self inflicted gunshot wound on July 20th. That's the day after the ambush shootings that killed U. S District Judge Esther Salis is 20 year old son and wounded her husband. Sallis was in another part of the house in the basement and was not hurt. A controversial lawman. Not going away as we hear from CBS is Pam Coulter, a stuffed Dalmatian toy that was lost in the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport is on its way back to its owner in Florida. Before airport employees returned the beloved toy dog named MASH MASH to Duggan, Phyllis Ronco son Jaden's, The Dalmatian, outfitted in a mask went on an impromptu tour of the airport. And had photo snapped at the airports, restaurants in the runway and with the canine team. Pam Coulter, CBS News Find.

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"phyllis ronco" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"phyllis ronco" Discussed on AP News

"Way home. The stuffed toy Dalmatian was left at the Cincinnati area airport as Doug and Phyllis Ronco and their three kids were taking an early flight. Employees gave MASH MASH a tour the airport, snapping photos at a restaurant on a runway and with a canine team. More than a 1,000,000 people saw the Facebook post. Doug Rocco says he was contacted by email after workers at the airport figured out that the stuff puppy belonged to his son. I'm to McGuire. AP NEWS CORONA VIRUS Update. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP newsmen at the number of Corona virus cases in this country top four million earlier this week. Most states report increasing infections, hospitalizations and death. But the biggest jumps are in the so called Sun Belt from California to the deep South. Dr. Anthony Fauci, with the National Institutes of Health tells Washington Post live that people need to continue following several steps to protect themselves. Universal wearing of masks went outdoor number To outdoor better than indoor. Avoid crowds, keep physical distancing and continue with hand hygiene, such as washing your hands about. She also says states that opened too soon should reconsider it Lee some of those actions and reimpose tighter restrictions. He notes. The goal should be to drive down the number of cases to the point that would have flare up happens, state and local health officials are able to contain it. I'm to Maguire AP News I'm Tim Maguire, the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci tells The Washington Post live that states that open their economies to soon have to put restrictions back into place. Offset.

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