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2 Central Florida jail employees arrested for illegally giving inmate contraband to distribute
"Have been filed against two former civilian employees at the Polk County Jail in Frost proof, the sheriff's office says Austin Guy and Katherine Krawczynski have been arrested on charges that they conspired with an inmate to bring in contraband, including smokeless tobacco, cigarettes and possibly a cell phone into the jail. Sheriff Grady Judd says this had the potential to develop into a very dangerous situation. When they get these folks on the hook like this. Oh, Herbert, Herbert, people people demanded demanded anything anything he he could could ask ask for for gun. gun. Comes Comes next next knives knives next, next, and and that's that's what's what's dangerous dangerous inmate inmate Herbert Herbert Williams Williams is is accused accused of of selling selling the the contraband. contraband. Other Other jail inmates. The
3 Polk deputies arrested, resign over alleged evidence tampering
"Three. Polk County Sheriff's deputies are facing charges of evidence tampering poke, Sheriff Grady Judd says those deputies stopped a driver on December 21st in winter haven, confiscating drugs and cash. After a day off, they realized the $723 hadn't been placed into evidence. What the three of them talked about on the 23rd is Oh, the money's missing. Judd says The three deputies engaged in a cover up and were found out when the arrestee asked for her money back. They all resigned and the sheriff is reviewing any cases of theirs involving
Journalist arrested while covering protests acquitted
"Press freedoms and an abuse of prosecutorial discretion. The jury found Des Moines Register reporter Andrea So Hori and her ex boyfriend Spencer Robinet, not guilty on misdemeanor charges of failure to disperse and interference with official acts after just two hours of deliberations didn't take long at all. The verdict really seen as an embarrassment. For the office of Polk County Attorney John Stark. Cone, which pursued the charges, despite widespread condemnation from advocates for a free press and human rights. Video of the arrest, captured by a responding officer showed the hurry and pain. Temporarily blinded by the pepper spray, repeatedly telling officers she's a journalist doing her job nonetheless, authorities that put her in a policeman and took her to jail. Now. This took just two hours to for the jury to decide that the press has freedoms in this country, and there's such thing as freedom of speech. For behind the scenes Look at a FN Go to a FN now dot com You can always reach out to me across the board on Social Media, Twitter or
Journalist arrested and pepper-sprayed during BLM protests pleaded: 'This is my job'
"Andreas, A hoary is on trial for misdemeanor charges related to her arrest of the Black lives matter. Protests last May She pleaded not guilty, saying she repeatedly told police she was a member of the press when officers were attempting to disperse the crowd. Carlos Martinez, Dallas Erna of the Committee to Protect Journalists as the incident aligns with many other situations involving reporters last year. He says the public needs to be paying attention. This is not a privilege for journalism is a privilege for the public in terms of the First Amendment protects the right to access needs about issues of interest. His group says It's troubling for prosecutors to take the case to trial when so many other US reporters detained during protests last year, eventually saw their charges dropped. Authorities in Polk County argues so hurry wasn't wearing her credentials. But her defenders insist press protection still should have applied and that she was arrested for doing her job. Tina's Dallas Erna says local governments need to avoid these patterns and should instead work with the press to foster an environment to transparency. He says not doing so will only add to the fake news rhetoric that emerged under former President Donald Trump in the US are facing the new reality in terms of their safety into the how they go about report Tunisians of public interest, according to the US Press Freedom tracker. Nearly 130 journalists were arrested last year as social justice protests unfolded across the country. Of those arrested nearly a dozen still face charges, including so
Florida fire captain accused of stealing COVID-19 vaccine doses
"Fire Department captain busted in an alleged scheme to steal Corona virus vaccine says we hear from Steve Rapoport Fire rescue captain Anthony Damiano surrendered to authorities in Polk County after they say he blackmailed a paramedic to steal Corona virus vaccines. Joshua Cologne was assigned to administer shots at a fire station on January 6th. Investigators say Damiano told Cologne he wanted doses of modernist vaccine to give to family members. Cologne told deputies he refused, and Damiano then threatened to tell people he was selling vaccines out. Out of work in arrest, affidavit says Cologne was scared because of dominoes rank in the agency, Cologne says later in the day, he let Tommy Jano swiped three doses from a refrigerator, then forged paperwork to cover up the theft. The plot came undone when a battalion chief noticed discrepancies in the paperwork, and the sheriff says Cologne confessed.
Florida man recently named ‘Paramedic of the Year’ helped steal COVID-19 vaccines: Sheriff
"Who recently held the honor of paramedic of the year is being charged for his part in stolen doses of the Corona virus vaccine, the Polk County sheriff says Joshua Colon. Just made a bad decision. Joshua set up the circumstance for the vaccines to have been stolen. Had Joshua simply gone to his balls right there. He had been the hero Colin was arrested on charges of forgery, fraud and misconduct for covering up a supervisor's theft of three covered vaccine doses. Lawmakers
'Paramedic of the Year' accused of helping to steal vaccine
"A Florida man who'd been named twenty twenty paramedic of the year was arrested Monday for helping to steel culvert vaccines meant for first responders according to officials the Polk County sheriff says paramedic Joshua Cologne forged forms to help cover up the theft up thirty doses of the motor no vaccine authorities say Cologne told investigators that a captain with the fire department asked him to take the vaccine for his mother and at first she refused but the captain threatened to report him for stealing and selling vaccines they have Cologne called the captain and monitor the call they say the captain told Cologne the vaccine was in a car parked outside a friend's house that captain is also being arrested officials were able to recover some of the vaccine I'm Julie Walker
"polk county" Discussed on Cork Talk
"Absolutely absolutely so they always tell this right so they always tell us this funny story about you know when we first went on a date to go get wine kind of deal and so their passion for wine has always been something that they've had together so when we came up to north carolina and moved to this farm and ninety four there was nothing here at all it was covered and kudzu was covered in woods. It was not what you would call a reclaimed piece of property. It was just covered in growth so it took us about four years to really start reclaiming the property for it to be useful for it to not just be overgrown and once we started clearing the land and seeing what it looked like there was really no other form of agriculture that we could that could lend itself to the land like these hills grapes. You can't do a lot of things on hilly services with certain kinds of agriculture but grapes love hills. They love that inclination. It's good for drainage and the way that our property sits all of the hills are really oriented the perfect way for growing grapes. They're all oriented north to south except for this one plot so there it's just so idyllic for growing grapes and it took us about four years to figure that out and in the process my dad when he was working he was driving up and down the highways and north carolina. Seeing all these grapes going in you know you'd see you can see shelton on the on the way you know you can see all these injuries driving by. And that was his territory for a long time for work so finally we called. Nc state up and they came out. The extension office did all of our samples and nc state with a huge resource for us and turned out. Grapes will be great here so so we started doing all the research for for grapes We started doing what would grow. Get best in our environment. What would grow bests in the hot summers. A polk county. What can hold up to humidity. Humid summers what can do. Well in the soils that we have here so and we started landing on the thick skinned varieties. Okay so you can't find pinot noir. In polk county won't ever happen but we do grow some incredible. Tko brito Excellent quality of fruit for the cheaper though the merlot does awesome. The cab does pretty well as well as the merlot cap. Franck does good too but it all comes back down to how you farm it. And there's a lot of different things that can bring success. To cabernet sauvignon that one right here in over mountain vineyards versus right down the street. All these different factors come into play as to whether or not you're going to be able to produce high produce high-quality red wine absolutely. We're white wine whichever you're working on. So you mentioned paul county so maybe some of our listeners may not be familiar with where paul county isn't north carolina so maybe describe a little bit about that and we talk about. There's the thermal belt. That's a part of polk county. That helps you some of the growing of grapes and other agricultural products in the county. So the thermal belt. It's a really critical geographical region that is composed of two counties polk county which is where we are in rutherford county and these two counties fall into this is so thermal belt and the thermal belt. Has this really great growing season. it's a little longer. You have a lot lot of undulating hills in this area so you have the foothills that are working in your favor. You've got a huge variety of soil types. You've got a really long growing season. There's some people that can be growing all the way into the end of november before that late frost hits while i mean last year we were gardening all the way up until the right before thanksgiving and then we had a big frost. But i mean we were fall gardening all the way until the end holy cow and that has a lot to do with these these days that we have. I mean look at the weather right now. It's very cool. it's very humid. We're in the foothills and that that those mountains are really allowing this weather to be this idyllic weather now in the summer. Sometimes we have big droughts and certain parts of the their mobile. You can have big rain events some parts. You have drought. So there's so much variety within the ice with their mobile. It's really amazing. Farms in polk county can be getting so much rain. Someday i'll call over to parker benz and ask them. Hey did you get rain. And they said yeah. I said i didn't and we'll have the same call back and forth and we're only just a little bit of part so the un the undulating hills of the ice with their mobile all the different whether experiences all the different all the different variety of the area. It really makes for a great growing season. A long growing season and one that is great for growing. Grapes will definitely. I think the results of that clearly seen in the quality of the fruit the wine that you produce so thank you. Yeah i mean one of my favorite ones. Probably of all time in north carolina's twenty fifteen cab so that just proves that quality. There's something that he said for that cab too because one thing that we won't we will not produce a wine red wine and call it cabernet unless it's worthy of being called cabernet. That's why we have. The revolutionary read the patriot. Read the dominion. Are red table wine. And there's nothing wrong with no there's nothing wrong with it at all however when you have a good year just one out of ten and you can seriously just one out of all ten that we've been open only one time. Have we ever released a wine called. Cabernet sauvignon only one. Time just once and that has a lot to do with vintage you know we can produce red wines here but not every year is going to be a standout one like that cabernet. And that's when you really gotta start making these blends and start making choices as much as you want to make cabernet you just. Can't you have to sit back and think to yourself. Is that merlo gonna be enhanced by a little bit of cab. If i put a little bit of tito or a little cab franck. They're just gonna make it better and then that's when you have to have some humility and think to yourself okay. I gotta do a blend as much as you want to do it. You can't you can't you. Can't have varietals. When they don't stand up varietals curt ones their plans. But the americans. And you know all of us americans think you've got to have varietal. That's just you know. That's going against precedent so we just have to continue to try to do as much wine as education as we can and remind folks that vintage does matter and when you see a red blend. That doesn't that doesn't mean less quality. It can actually be the best wine in the lineup. Absolutely yeah and that's one of the things that we often say like. We should probably be more accepting of blends at an expected here because of the variation in in each vintage agree more you. We should expect them. I mean even two years ago when we were making wine during twenty eighteen it was the worst year for winemaking in north carolina. And i remember sitting on the crush pat one day thinking to myself. It'll be tough. Press for any consumer to find a good red wine from two thousand eighteen. I remember saying that you know. We only made four barrels red wine that year. Four holy cow. That's it that's not. That's one hundred cases of wine. Thank god we had a good year in twenty seventeen and twenty nineteen. Yes what happens. So speaking of twenty nine thousand nine across the state. That was pretty good. How was it over here in this area phenomenal. it was a great year. goes dry really dry. We tried a lot of new techniques vineyard that year and we made some really incredible red wines that year we we hardly made rosaiah that year because we had just such good quality fruit that we didn't want even think about rosa. Tito was epic. The cabernet was awesome are petite man. Sang was came in at such high bricks. came in. I think. I wanna say at twenty nine bricks. Wile highest is at highest. We'd ever seen it you know. What's the alcohol content on that. We actually made a sweet wine so we.
"polk county" Discussed on Cork Talk
"All right so we are here today. With sophia lily of over mountain. vineyards in tryon north carolina. sophia welcomed. A quirk. Thanks so much for having me. Thank you for inviting us out here and to say. This is our very first recording that we've done during kobe times normally been doing virtual or remote recording. So it's good to be out here on a nice sunny day on the patio socially distance with one of your dogs here sniffing around. Which one is this one shameless shameless. I sure he'll be visiting with us as a as a interview song so severe. Why don't you introduce yourself until a little bit about over mountain vineyards absolutely. Oh so Everybody mining sophia lily. We've been on our farm now since nineteen ninety four and my mom and dad. Franken leader lilly bought this property back in the eighties and we've been operating as over mountain vineyards and open to the public since two thousand ten but we started growing commercially in nineteen ninety nine and before we open to the public we were commercial growers for the morehouse state. So what was the initial over the varieties that were planted initially are first scrape right. That we planted was cavernous young. Actually were sitting in front of this Vineyard here and it's our oldest vineyard vines are about twenty one years old now and when we first planet and we started off with just three acres of Meal and then a couple years later we planted some merlot and then from low we grew to a little bit of cabernet franc and a little bit of ti renault's only about an acre of each of those and then it was probably around two thousand and eight when we discovered petite mon saying and then we started growing that as well so we grow almost three acres almost four acres of petite man saying it's extremely low yielding but i'd say it's one of our best varieties inspires the flavor profile. Unfortunately it's just very limited makes sense. Sometimes the oftentimes the best things are the suffolk come in small quantities. Ali's very cool. So you mentioned that you were growing for biltmore before so talk to us a little bit about growing wine and then a growing grapes rather and then shipping it off and versus where you are now. Yeah so in the very beginning when we first started growing grapes anytime a farmer is getting into some form about her culture. You don't want to start growing any form of product unless you have an outlet and the bill morehouse A lot of people don't realize actually the number one most visited winery in the entire united states so they produce a lot of wine and they need a lot of grapes so when we first started growing grapes we knew that we needed to find someone to buy fruit so we immediately reached out biltmore house and they bought our fruit every single year. Once it became the point where we were growing every year. When you start growing grapes it takes at least four seasons to have grapes that are worthy of making wine with them. So for the first four years we just tended the grapes and then after that that final period we started taking it up there every single season. Now there when you grow for when you're grower for a winery you have to really make sure that there's a lot of things going on For example bill. Morehouse would come and visit throughout the growing season and inspect the grapes inspect a lot of different things. They have A great winemaker. Share and finn and her and bernard they would come down every few weeks take samples check things out and when the time came to pick grapes. They'd give us a call. We would pick them all and deliver everything before one o'clock on hearts day so as a small family farm we would be got pulled out of school. My siblings and i For agriculture you're exempt. You're exempt absences. So it was a really great dan the farm. We'd have to go to school. We picked grapes all day. Got to deliver them to the winery. it was a really awesome experience. We learned a lot from them. They're great business partners and we grew for them up until a few years ago when we started keeping our production in house. It's just so that we'd have enough wine to produce for our guests cool so what led to the decision between selling the biltmore and then producing everything yourself. Well we've always always made all of our own wine As far as that production goes we grow what we make. But you know when we were first opening up we couldn't grow. We couldn't produce everything that we grow and sell it all. We would be sitting on inventory because we were so small tiny winery. We opened up with three hundred cases of wine on deck. And you know when you grow when you're tiny winery like we were. We were open three days a week variety saturday and sunday. I can't imagine a precinct. Two thousand cases of wine only being open three days a week so it wasn't to the right scale so at that point we were really small. We were only making a small amount of wine every year. We would just keep enough for what we needed to make. And then we'd sell the rest of it off the biltmore but as the years would pass and we started noticing where we're a little easier than we used to be. Oh we're running out of chardonnay or when are we going to have rose again. You know people started asking those questions in a finely got to the point where we needed to keep more of our grapes so it wasn't a necessarily like a break in ties. It was just to the point where we've grown to the point where we were having to keep our fruit now and they always knew going growing with us that we were slowly growing too and that we wouldn't be forever contract but until that point where we were comfortable. They're happy to buy all of our fruit. It was a great feeling so we'd always have backup plan which was great pretty cool. So what inspired on your parents to decide to plant. Well we've always been a big wind family. My mom and dad are both catholic and wine is a really integral part of dinner of going to church on sunday of Kind of our culture. My mom's cuban. My dad's irish so we both come from backgrounds that really valued having a glass of wine at dinner. It's definitely part of the european lifestyle. So when you come from that background and wines already. A huge part of your life even outside of agriculture. You just start getting this huge appreciation for it So when they were in college my parents they always tell the story of when my dad took my mom on a date and they went to this italian restaurant and my dad worked in construction in college so he always had a little bit of cash because he was working in wonder board he would always tell us the story of how he took her to dinner and they got this fancy italian bottle of wine. That had the wrapper on it. You know what. I'm talking about right. How you drink the bottle of wine and put the candle in it. You know what. I'm talking about right.
Miami - Deadly Davenport shooting not 'stand your ground,' says sheriff
"Shooting is outside the bounds of stand your ground, says Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd. Guys, 5 FT. Five. He's Â£125. He's bazaar. And out of his mind and rambling.
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"polk county" Discussed on The Big Show
"Market. They added that alongs last week so I think we're seeing Technically from a technical standpoint, only technical trend, the short term trend. Our model has slipped up here the other day. So that's a good science I think there's a couple of things. Some. If he stuff on the fundamental side, but as a whole I think some positive news fundamentally, and then the chart there at this wants to run up a little bit, but I think kind of like the grains actually on the livestock and the whole I think there's just too many animals right now to absorb the demand. I think that's something. We've got to work through in here as well so I. I wouldn't say that is going to. I'M NOT GONNA say it's Noggin. Sustain itself, but I think we gotta be careful on this bouncing here unless cash really catches on fire and starts narrowing up that cash index versus where the teachers ret. Well Yeah and as you mentioned, supplies were still working through a backlog with the slowdown in packing capacity from a few months ago. We'll talk more about that. Maybe get some more targets from you. Hear Jim in an hour and ten minutes in the meantime. How do we continue the conversation directly? You can call us at three, one, nine, eight, six, two, zero, eight zero. Here you go Jim Nimitz. MSI futures are expert market analysts here today on the big show 1143 reads the big show clock and time for three big things. You need to know brought to you by your Iowa soybean farmer and funded by the soybean checkoff. Looking for a number of them have been thrown around and twenty. Billion is the latest to in commodity credit. Corporation, funding according to you Senator Joni Ernst. The Republican sits on the Senate AG Committee. She says that's what it will likely include coming out of the Senate. And now that would be an addition to the fourteen billion dollars already authorized in any prior relief package, but not yet used USDA. Secretary Sonny Perdue also says they're considering adding more commodities to the Corona Virus Food Assistance, program and evaluating what farmers need for future relief. Improving eating eggs. That's what the twenty twenty dietary guidelines for Americans Committee Group of the nation's leading medical doctors in nutrition scientists has found him official scientific report for the first time in the history of the US recommendations on what to eat for help. The guidelines include specifics for individuals from birth to two years old now more specifically, the committee says that pregnant women infants and toddlers can be improved greatly by eating eggs may unequivocally confirmed that eggs as a first food is an important food for toddlers and for pregnant women, and they also highlighted holy, which is a really important nutrient that's critical for brain, health, and development and Feeding angers the first food for toddlers can reduce allergies So she says that. The research is actually showing that most Americans are not getting the recommended daily Antique Take Choline and just two eggs a day. Drastically change that. Increasing dryness in the state of Iowa, according to the latest, US Drought Monitor just released here today as it shows that area of D., two severe drought has increased now to parts of nine different counties, all west of interstate thirty five. Basically, all of this is except for a small area of abnormally dry conditions around the quad cities area in eastern Iowa by large, though the dry areas of the growing. Regions of the United. States are expanding with most of the state of Indiana much of Ohio. In some sort of drought. You can see the Monitor for yourself in the specifics out on the big show website. It is eleven forty six now on the big show clock, and those are the three big things you need to know. Iowa Soybean Association is driven to deliver soybean demand biodiesel made from a broad range of feedstocks, including soybean oil ads, almost one dollar to the market value of every Bushel of soybeans biodiesel grow. It demanded. Use It. And we'll take a look at Midwest. Cropping conditions here weather wise and bring back in Nathan Fisher. Absolutely could see a chance of a very slim chance of rain, really not a whole lot until Sunday here in the state of Iowa, Sunday into Monday could see some thunderstorms across the state of Iowa another chance maybe middle of next week, but for the for the most part dry, not really helping those severe drought conditions in western Iowa temperatures in the eighties today, reaching all the way up in the nineties and the next three days with heat index is possibly reaching the triple digits eighty. Boy So enjoy the current conditions I. Guess We'll check back in at the whole. County Fair here with Lidia Johnson coming up on the big show..
"polk county" Discussed on The Big Show
"Move Off to the minute. Commodity prices and market analysis that makes sense. This is the big Joe. It Peterson and the big show today by Gwen away from microphones Nathan. Fisher's your Lydia. Johnson Special National Association Farm Broadcasting Intern is our correspondent at the Polk County. Fair with the livestock shows modified version going on there that is the subject of our text of the day on the pioneer seeds text line, five, one, five, nine, nine, nine, fifty, four, ninety, one with love keeping up on your operations whether that be. Second Crop Hey, making going on whether that be a pictures of crop dusters I've been seeing quite a few of those out in the countryside, and just the incredible work that those folks do. Applying with precise fashion at one, hundred, seventy, or plus miles an hour, and a anyway, it says here a lot of talk, certainly about the affairs that were shutdown. How about mentioning some of the ones that are open and yeah, we as certainly did talk about the seventy some fares nate was keeping track of that fourth that to change plans in some way shape or form, and our to the time, whereas some of these livestock shows are actually being done in person. According to this the van Buren county fairs going on right now for he gate admission, it says Mahathir County Fair happening also. I know the Delaware County Fair in a modified version is happening. The Jones County Fair back where I grew up is happening. This week, also of course Kevin. Ross yesterday told us they're. They're having their fair down. South. Western Iowa at the West Fair amphitheater just outside of council bluffs, so there are a few of these in-person shows that are taking place on a socially distance to and and safe environment, but If you missed Lydia's report earlier you, you'll have to Pick it up and podcast on the big show website, because for all the time and effort that a lot of folks stress, obviously in concern, trying to navigate through the requirements and the regulations, and and some of the questions that came with trying to do in person shows. For All of that that these their board members into and Four H. Folks and FFA, folks planners went through. They give you hear the excitement in in Lydia's voice in those who were who were talking to her about the show experience. I think you'd have to conclude that the impact in the meaningfulness to these. These kids in an environment where they've been forced to give up so much as a result of covid nineteen to be able to do this and cap off their projects, which started in a lot of cases a year ago long before anybody knew what covid was. That's a priceless experience that that these folks will remember for the rest of their lives so big hats off from the big show. Folks to the people who were making that happen. Speaking of the crop dusters, Eric Schultz will be here with BASF. We'll talk about what he's seeing in the fields. Go Out and do some scouting with him. Doug Hensley everybody with real estate services collide area. gives us a look. Regional differences in how the crop is looking. Maybe get an update from him to on some wind and hail damage that depending on who you talk to you is a fairly significant area How big whether it's enough to overall make an impact. Certainly, the individual farmers are hurting. We feel for those folks that all of those things. The Doug coming up on the big show continues..
"polk county" Discussed on The Big Show
"Around the world, better demand is come in handy. That's really what's happened, but now Colbert is back. You know raising its head again in so some issues over there again so while we're talking about the supply mainly, we're also worried about the demand, and you know the corn market back over there. Just doesn't have hasn't had a demand driver. You know for the last few years to really spooked this market to the upside. You get supply. Shrinking that gives us a bubble up, but then we say we don't have consistent buying, and that's what you have to be afraid of and soybeans. Also it looks like South America's going to increase their acres again. Three percent there about Alicia say seventy days out from starting to plant their again. and so we'll have to keep an eye on that needed talk. Some livestock markets to we'll do that in an hour and ten minutes, or so when we get back together in the meantime, Don how do we continue the conversation directly? You Bet. Andy can reach us at one, eight, hundred, two, four, seven, four, zero, seven one. There goes down rose US commodities in west. Moines our Wednesday market expert today on the big show. It is eleven forty three now, according the big show clock tie for three big things you need to know brought to you by your I being farmer and funded by the soybean checkoff. Another letter requesting transparency and beef pricing eighteen senators sending USDA the second letter, after they wrote back in April to expand their investigation beyond the fire at that point in holcomb, Kansas last fall into the potential unfair marketing practices happening, irving during covid nineteen, one of the authors is Nebraska Senator deb Fischer friends just to the West. Who says that they need to make sure their point is heard I wrote a letter and had eighteen in my colleagues on both Republicans and. And Democrats were we asked the Department of Justice to open up an investigation into any kind of suspected price manipulation behavior that is out there within the cabin stras well with Department of Justice investigation. Obviously you don't hear about those until they are ready to bring out their conclusions. Of course, the ISLA cattlemen's association has been pushing very strongly for fifty percent and cash negotiated trade, which then bills now introduced both in the US House and the Senate to dressing that topic. Asking for a rehearing. SF and core tether. Representatives have filed motions in the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Out in California, asking for a rehearing on that court decision vacated registrations Fort Campbell, herbicides now all of these service sides in gene affects a pan and extend were up for re-registration in twenty twenty, but. BASF officials. Request the review by a panel of eleven judges instead of the three judge panel that issued the prior decision, the request according to be asf is quote necessary to correct ears by the panel and issuing a decision that is quote inconsistent with basic due process and administrative law principles. Getting Ready for National Grilling Day. That's right. WHY NOT It is today. If you're not planning to participate, maybe are now pork domestic marketing Vice President AG. Krieger says a special real ifan is underway on social media, and she says they're promoting a new recent cooking temperature, reminding consumers not to over Cook and therefore dry out your favorite. Really Lean, and so you really need to only cook it to about one hundred and forty five degrees. of a three minute rests after that cooking tiny. Pull it off the grill, and it's absolutely delicious, and it really is very quick to grill also tasty, if cooked properly doubt. She says it's really important. To get that message across, so consumers have strong eating experiences more and more continue to cook their own meals at home. Eleven forty seven reads the big show clock, and those are three big things you need to know. Association is driven to deliver soybean demand biodiesel made from a broad range of feedstocks, including soybean oil ads, almost one dollar to the market value of every Bushel of soybeans, biodiesel growing. It demanded use it. Well Nathan. Do you have a favorite cut pork? Maybe the you're going to throw on the grill here. I mean. We have to sell grilling do. You know I, just remembered in your three big things. That was national growing damn trying to find the facebook stream here sounds good. Has There doing a live event a grill thon today? Why not because it was like an international holiday? Don't you think? We'll talk more about that. Check the pioneers the text line here coming up. On the big show..
"polk county" Discussed on The Big Show
"On we go with a Wednesday edition of the big show and made it halfway through the week or almost there I guess I, eighty percent of the big show today by the point away from the big show microphones although a little. Birdie told me that. You may be away from the microphones, but not the big show speakers booming out Everywhere between Western Colorado up through the or on through I, guess the Upper Midwest and down into eastern Kentucky of somewhere we will give Bob a shoutout listening in to Nathan today. And checking. I suppose in Lydia. Johnson is well our. Special. Correspondent National Association of Farm Broadcasting Intern to a great job covering the poll county fair, which is going on this weekend. got some pictures. Shurmur that are out on the big show website, sights and sounds of the fair on a gorgeous day. socially just inside of course, but You could just hear one of the things that I that. I loved about that conversation. He could hear the excitement in the in the enthusiasm. For just being able to have a chance to complete these projects, which means a show at the county fair, so hats off to all the folks in the whole county, fair board for finding ways to make that happen given the current circumstances Don rose will be here to analyze the markets in just a moment. And a little bit later on. We're going to get a look across the. State, of Iowa, and Illinois and Indiana Doug Hensley from my hurts real estate services, but need you to right now. put on your calendar Twelve fifteen today. Because that will be your next shot at winning a thousand dollars, you could be just like Greg Schmuck from Urban Dale. He is two thousand dollars richer today simply because he was listening yesterday to the big show. Wow, that is fantastic. Thank you very much. We're doing fairly well. During the pandemic We're working from home, which is a tough situation. I listen all the time and I've entered multiple times. So this is a wonderful surprise. I answered the call because I knew that there was a chance, so this was just wonderful. Luck. The plans I have for the money is just to pay off some bills and maybe do a little bit of elevating by going out to dinner and helping local community. Absolutely congratulations, Greg thanks so much for listening to the big show. We're glad to be able to provide you with the night out and some help with your bills, and you could be next to simply for listening in and texting. In Twelve fifteen next shot at a thousand dollars don roses. Here US commodities in west boy are Wednesday, market, analyst and Boy Down looking at corn and soybeans here in the trade and as we look back, it looks like those days of excitement to the end of June and early, July were seasonal rally here Well, you know I think that's right, and you know and you look at the Rear Amir. You say Yep, that was our shot and likely had the last few years and I think now when you walk forward, you go, okay. Where do we go from here and you know markets up today? I think it's one of those markets that these lower levels. You just can't press market every day hard. Hard like we've just done, so it's more of an oversold relief rally today. could be catch something that turns us a bit more positive. Maybe but his is. The US crop is starting to look like We've avoided some kind of a big disaster. You know you can probably move yields a little bit down from here during Phil, but you know we've got a big crop coming at us. Probably one of the things Andy giving us some support today is China's corn while we think things are poor around the world there at five year highs over there, so Yangtze Valley through there just a wet so a little bit support. but I think realistic technical bounce in a bear market. Well Yeah. You're talking about yields. There's some drought that shows up in parts of Western Iowa. The State of Indiana is dry, so maybe not the trend plus five that USDA's predicting, but as you point out that still a pretty big number, isn't it? Well it is I. Think when you you know. We had our record yields. You're right I mean. Ohio in Indiana. The to state third are dry. Just doesn't Add Up to enough when you look at the big yields around the country, but to put it in perspective where we APP from a yield standpoint, we're at sixty nine percent good to excellent on our corn. the record yield of two thousand eight same timeframe metal. July were seventy two percent and soybeans. We're marching to a big crop there to we're good to excellent rating is the fourth best in twenty six years so. It's hard to argue that we don't have big yields coming at us, so it's more. What are we gonNA do with a supply? Do we have enough Chinese demand underneath the market to give us some enough support or not? But then you look at the tensions and they seem to be high right now, so it's I think it's realistically at to prepare for a fall harvest now. which could be what two dollar, cash, corn and seven dollars some cash, so he beans? Well you know I think when you look at it. You probably you take corn at three dollars. If it drops thirty four cents from here, you take a basis off of that forty to fifty cents, and you know you're getting down to close to low levels, and we just don't see producers moving very aggressively, and that's part of the reason why this market is probably on hold. Because old crop could move, but new crops sales. Guys are realistically just selling just to make sure that they have room. kind of fine tuning that type of situation, so I being still on hold I mean August you can still have the weather problems, but again much like corn. If you look at the thirty days, I'll. The weather forecast looks more favorable than unfavorable right now so again. Soybeans much like the corn looks like this year. You're going to avoid any. Catastrophic losses particularly even on soybeans. Now you can drop yield, but not anything that is really going to shake the market up huge. I'm here about this oil market and guess Malaysian Palm Oil, and so it'd be oil. So what's what's up there? Well, you know you're right. I mean that actually well. palm oil has been moving to the upside. In fact, actually while our soybeans. You know Kinda. Push down this week. China after three days or twenty nine cents up. They were up three cents again overnight, and they're starting auctions now in China fifty thousand metric tons a week, starting Friday up to a million tons just to squelch in clean out supplies before harvest, but it has been all about the oil market Paul soya oil, palm, oil vegetable oil. If you will for cooking. As economies rampant up.
"polk county" Discussed on The Big Show
"Well the Polk County fairs continuing the big show today Peterson to the big show and. The debut. Segment I guess for our. National Association the Farm Broadcasting Intern Lydia Johnson. She's a show or and also special big show correspondent today. Do you take it away? Johnson and I'm down at the polk. County Fair today, actually taking place on the Iowa. State fairgrounds Moines Moines. I'm here with a county youth coordinator for Polk County Marci Vin sand Marcie. Can you tell us a little bit about what's going on down here this week? So we're holding events for the four H. Enough of a exhibitors here in Polk County and we are giving them. Them an opportunity to showcase their learning in their projects that they have been working on throughout this past year. Don't here currently in the livestock, Barn. He also us about what livestock shows are looking like this year, obviously a little bit different than yours past. Yes, so we just finished up with this show for today and our shows normally the building would be happened with sheep goats. Goats, swine poultry rabbits cattle all the above, but instead this year we are doing one species at a time, so today Waco said was the swine show so the exhibitors brought their animals in the this morning. they weighed them. We showed them and now they have been dismissed for the day. This is the livestock side, but four also has a lot of other opportunities. Communications Sadeq projects. Projects explain a little bit about what that looks like this year. Yeah, for static building This year we took, and we did them in what we've calling state fair style, so our judges came in and judge, the project physically in person, and then wrote evaluations for those youth and then selected their state fair state for alternate and Gold Ribbon winners as well as assigned red. Or Blue Red and white ribbons to those exhibits traditional year. You know he'd be inviting the public down to watch and to see what's going on, but somebody listening at home. How can they keep up with what's going on and say engage this year? Yes, so we are actually doing livestream of our livestock shows on the Polk County for each facebook page, and then we will be posting results on there as well throughout the week for our static exhibits will be posting their eventually or here in the near future. As well as we posted clothing event tonight on that facebook pages well people at home, kids of all ages listening wanting to get involved. Who can get involved and tell us the process to do that? Yes, so for each is open to kindergarten through twelfth grade. Polk County Youth Most of the time. You Join a club in your county you can join outside of your county as well, but you will contact your local extension office in for here in Polk County you can contact us. Our email address to get one of us. County coordinators is Poke Po L.. For, H., all lower case at a state dot edu awesome well. Thanks for talking with us. Marcie and good luck with the rest of the fair thanks. Swine show just got wrapped up speaking with on the swine exhibitors. TRICIA Velde Hewson, Scott, quite a few blue ribbons here, tricia. Can you explain some of the hogs? You brought down today how the day went for you? Yes, today was a very good day for me. It had several breed champions I, showed mostly purebreds I did have one cross bred today. That did win her class so. So a pretty good day for me, but a big focus for me is my OBI project, which Sanford own bread born and raised. Yeah, so tell us a little bit about that program. What does it take to get there? And and what does it look like on that process? Yeah, so you sort out, and you have to own a gill or sow, and then you go you breeder, you can either. Either Nationally Breeder, or you can breed her AI, which is artificial insemination, and then you pharaoh those sows either at your house, or we also have kids that are in the project that team up with other kids and Thurgood housing, and basically raises makes up. Since they came right out of the mom up until you gotTa County Fair when they're two hundred and thirty three hundred pounds it's A. A really great experience you see the whole process of raising the pig. It's very different than some kids don't understand that there is a whole like beginning side of the pig. They just think oh I by forty fifty pounds, and then I take fair, and I see our ideal, but actually being able to own the guilt or sow go through the process. Learn that there is hardships. You'RE GONNA struggle. Not Everything's pretty perfect and then being able to process those litters and see them get bigger and grow, and how you can develop them to get better to then be like me today have a very good day showing and some champions in the ring. Pretty, cool so so the the over project be be are really. Is Year round process? Yes, very much, so so you've been doing this. She said this is your fourth year in this project correct. So how have you seen it grow during that time? Yes, so when I first got asked onto start this project with other member, Christine Clark, She has a daughter and a son that. That will eventually be in four H. and she reached out to me. Knowing that I'm a neighbor that raises my own swine and takes them to county fair She was willing to start this up with me and we found a couple other members I think it started out with two. Maybe three exhibitors and now has six to seven kids in it, which is a really big growth. Growth for US especially in our county not a lot of people raise their own hogs, but being able to get at least six to seven people is a really big deal and for me. anthro been begged because I started out helping another family, and we team together like I talked about earlier. just being able to help them since they don't have the facility to race pigs on. On their own at their own house I opened my facility up to them to work with them to be able to do that and this past year I actually helped another fellow member that is in ob are now to start his own. He had a guild. Buddy showed our county fair. We help them by the semen and breed that sal, and then we actually he. Pimping went smooth. We went over processed the litter and make sure that they were all healthy, and he had a really great letter that he brought to the county. Fair this year. Wow! Phenomenal, so helping others to things talking with US Tricia and congratulations on a great. County Fair, thank you..
"polk county" Discussed on The Big Show
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Miami - 3 friends on fishing trip killed in 'massacre,' Polk County sheriff says
"Who went fishing or savagely murdered near frost proof in Polk County. The three were to meet at a remote lake off Lake Street. He road when they were beaten and shot to death broke any share of Grady Judd says the murder scene was one of the worst. He's been too If you have any information, Contact Crime Stoppers or the Polk County Sheriff's Office
Miami - 3 Friends Massacred While Fishing, Sheriff Grady Judd Requesting Information
"Who went fishing or savagely murdered near frost proof in Polk County. The three were to meet at a remote lake off Lake Street. He road when they were beaten and shot to death. Poke County Sheriff Grady Judd says the murder scene was one of the worst. He's been too If you have any information, contact Crime stoppers or the poke any sheriff's office
Trump to Deploy Military to Quell Riots
"Pain a lot of despair a lot of violence in America again last night in New York City the iconic Macy's department store was breached I saw a video of looting taking place in the streets of Manhattan the big fancy apple store the the glass doors shattered in Las Vegas a police officer was struggling with a suspect and somebody else came up behind officer shot him in the head that officers reportedly on life support as we speak four officers shot in St Louis police officers and first responders all over America are under siege sort of feels like one of those Hollywood movies like the purge and the president is of course trying to navigate this country in a way that very few presidents have ever been it's been challenged the president was mocked and taunted for supposedly hiding in the White House so yesterday he came out from the White House addressed the nation and talked about his responsibility to keep Americans safe the president from the rose garden talked about mobilizing all available federal resources civilian and military a lot of people are expecting that he is going to invoke the into the insurrection act which I I I cannot imagine why governors or mayors or anybody would object to the U. S. military assisting law enforcement attacked and keep people safe here's the president said yesterday from the rose garden I am mobilizing all available federal resources civilian and military to stop the rioting and looting to end the destruction and arson and to protect the rights of law abiding Americans including your second amendment rights you know speaking of the second amendment rights there was a video that went viral of a Florida sheriff that I had a pretty powerful message sheriff Grady judge of Polk County Florida reminded the looters anarchists and violent people to think twice before heading out to the suburbs of Polk County Florida but we have received information on social media but some of the criminals we're going to take your criminal conduct into the neighborhoods I would tell them if you value your life you probably shouldn't do that in Polk County because the people of Polk County like guns they have guns I encourage them to own guns and they're going to be in their homes tonight with the guns loaded and if you try to break into their homes to still the set fires I'm highly recommending they blow you back out of the house with their guns that's a sheriff of Polk County Florida now all of course on social media full who are anti gun people who are against the second amendment are livid at that share of making that suggestion but that's just the reality for a lot of homeowners and a lot of residents I've seen all kinds of video of homeowners in their driveways fourteen and pushing back violent people from their property there there's there's nothing easy about any of this because the most important take away is that the message behind the anger and the hurt and the heartache of George Floyd's death is being obscured by all the violence and my big fear is that there are a lot of people who don't really see a difference they believe that burning down somebody's store maybe a a an immigrant or or I'm a minority owned business is somehow acceptable I'm afraid that there are peaceful protesters who really don't mind the threat that the White House was under and continues to be under over under frankly it seems to me that people were angrier about the president visiting St John's Episcopal Church last night than they were looters in violent people trying to burn it down and that's very that's a very bitter pill to swallow this is a historic church Abraham Lincoln worship there before he went to forge unity was assassinated every president has prayed there trump went over there and held up a Bible his Bible apparently and the left went crazy they were livid what would you say you're angry that he's hiding in the White House the language he leaves the White House of course they have to clear the protesters out of the park for him to get there they got a clear path for him to go anywhere what is going to do the guests in a motorcade drives to to the to the airport or whatever he does I mean for crying out loud if protesters are blocking a park and I and I get the optics of it I really do I can appreciate somebody saying well you know they're they're clearing out of park using tear gas to clear the way for the president to go visit the church the president decided to have a very symbolic act I'm supporting a house of worship but even the bishop whose diocese includes that church condemned president trump for what he did and that's that's hard for millions of Americans understand quite frankly that's hard for people to accept one would think that demonstrating a viable the need for a return to our faith and even prayer one would think a bishop would welcome that but that doesn't that doesn't really compute when you hate the president this much when you hate the president was such a burning passion you don't care what it what he does you're you're gonna complain if he's in the White House hiding in the bunker as people of like to put it you're gonna complain it becomes out delivers an address to the to the nation of of trying to keep America safe there's nothing he can do we know what trump haters expect they don't even want to be defeated on November third they wanted to just quit they wanted to resign right now and anything short of that is unacceptable and I challenge trump haters you're listening to the show to tell me that I'm wrong you don't want to wait for the election if you did why would you what I have this kind of reaction to the president supporting St John's Episcopal Church president could invoke the insurrection act it makes no sense to me quite frankly what the what the delay is and we're gonna break this down for you just a moment what the insurrection act means that was signed into law by president Thomas Jefferson all the way back in eighteen oh seven the president seems to suggest that he's doing just that short of him the the formality of invoking the insurrection act here's what the president said yesterday we have a city or state refuses to take the actions that are necessary to defend the life and property of their residents then I will deploy the United States military and quickly solve the problem for them do you know how many governors have already lined up to say thanks but no thanks start with New York governor Cuomo apparently one on CNN and said nope not here as if the NYPD can't use the help I don't know governor Cuomo has seen but they are they have their looting all throughout Manhattan they're they're they're breaking into stores stealing apple computers a Nike shoes and Louis Vuitton bag overtime bags they're breaking down order and law governor of Illinois said apparently the same thing these
Severe storms and tornadoes kill seven in southern states
"Authorities say at least seven people were killed in the latest round of severe weather to hit parts of the southern U. S. the tallies occurred in Texas Oklahoma and Louisiana in Polk County Texas tornadoes destroyed nearly fifty homes and damaged hundreds of others county judge Sydney Murphy says people are being pushed to the limit dealing with the virus and deadly storms simultaneously we're facing emergency declarations at the same time and they're not anywhere closely related earlier this month storms and tornadoes killed more than thirty people and did heavy damage from northern Louisiana to the
At least 7 dead as tornadoes touch down in southern states
"Damage assessments in parts of the south after more tornadoes killing at least seven people yesterday one victim was in Marshall county Oklahoma we had a little bit time notice to let people know so they were able to get to their safe place Robert Cheney is the local emergency manager outside Houston in Polk County Texas three were killed when a tornado touched down and a Louisiana woman died when struck by one on a bridge outside
Atlanta - Tornadoes Are Possible Again For The Deep South
"All right now they're expecting that they will be tornadoes possible again for the Deep South the weather streak is continuing today they're saying that I have just be careful run yes on yesterday evening a tornado touched down in southern Oklahoma that killed two people several vehicles were thrown into trees and severe storms in Polk County Texas killed three people and they're saying that today there is an enhanced risk level three out of five from southeastern Mississippi to southern South Carolina
Severe storms, tornado kill at least 5 in Oklahoma and Texas
"At least five people were killed more than a dozen injured as severe storms ripped through southern Oklahoma and Texas three people died at least twenty injured north of Houston in Polk County we do expect more tornadoes across parts of the south today as well as large hail and severe wind storm prediction center meteorologist Roger Edwards tornado watches continue in the
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"Polk County man is accused of raping two teenage girls at his home in Haines city police say thirty eight year old Josh where's the salt of the victims after suggesting they watch TV together one of the girls claims the suspect has attacked her several times before here's a former state corrections officer is charged with twenty counts of custodial sexual battery and one count of sexual battery and dozens of Jacksonville students were brought to the hospital on Friday after students to canister of pepper spray during gym class at highlands middle school firefighters say forty one kids were complaining that trouble breathing devol county public school superintendent Diana Greene had more to say we already have persons of interest that will be interviewed as soon as we return to school on Monday the students suffered minor injuries and during the national coronavirus press conference with vice president Mike pence in west Palm Beach yesterday Scott Ricky said the state is monitoring around a hundred and fifty people for the virus he added that fifteen people have tested negative and four others are under investigation for possible infection and democratic presidential candidate people judges picking up the endorsement of one of Florida's largest newspapers the Orlando Sentinel is announcing its support for Putin judge the Florida democratic primary will take place on March seventeenth but early voting begins in some counties on Monday and if you're gonna drive from Sarasota or Bradenton to Saint Petersburg on Sunday morning their plan on a long trip the northbound span of the sunshine skyway bridge across Tampa Bay will be closed from three AM to eleven AM for the annual skyway ten K. race as runners and walkers make their way across we get the bridge closed at three AM FHP hands us the keys to the bridge just north bound lanes at that point we bring in Porta potties we bring and road cones we bring in water stations and we lined up along the whole bridge spokesman James judge says the skyway ten K. benefits the armed forces families foundation raising more than a million dollars for that charity in the past three years with Florida's news I'm Sean for Graham capital advisors.
SWAT team fatally shoots murder suspect after standoff
"A swat standoff in Polk County leaves a suspected murderer dead after being shot by deputies the sheriff's office originally responding to a home in poinciana for multiple calls of people hearing gunshots in a woman screaming inside almost taken to the hospital for her injuries well the suspect barricaded himself inside another home before the swat team
Heavy storms lead to flooding of Chestatee River
"Waters from the chastity river in Lumpkin county prevent some university of north Georgia students from getting to their rental homes on golden Avenue in the long ago I talked to some amazing neighbors I met them and they said that they've lived here for twenty years and they've never seen it this high there was no property damage and no one was hurt and Rockmart up in Polk County this man tells channel two action news several creeks flooded baseball fields at a city park but no homes were damaged it's like an island right now completely surrounded by water the rain that caused the flooding was part of a storm system that dropped up to five inches of rain in some parts of north Georgia on Thursday
The Iowa caucus results are being delayed due to 'quality control' issues
"Iowa caucuses are delayed indefinitely while the state Democratic Party sorts out what they're calling quality control issues the party has struggled to fully explain but the phone lines into headquarters here in des Moines were backed up we heard one party official from Polk County was turned away at the door trying to physically hand over the results the campaigns have not been told when to expect results and most of the candidates skip town on to New
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"Polk County school teachers attended the school funding rally in Tallahassee Monday full county teachers received a warning email from an assistant superintendent late Friday saying failure to report for their duties Monday constitutes an illegal strike under Florida law teachers that made the trip tell news channel late the email was an inspiration alley more people we had more people rally together in common after the email was sent Monday's crowd was estimated to be at over ten thousand people including fifteen hundred teachers from pole county last month's deadly shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station is being described as an act of terrorism Attorney General bill Barr says that the shooter was motivated by jihadist ideology three US service members were killed eight others were injured by a lone gunman who was killed by sheriff's deputies more charges are being filed against a former Sarasota county bishop arrested this month for child sexual abuse Henry Lee Porter is facing an additional count of sexual battery with a child under the age of twelve according to police the new charge stems from abuse an accuser says occurred nearly thirty years ago when Porter was pastor of west coast center for human development in Sarasota detectives believe there are more victims of the now seventy two year old and they're asking them to come forward I am Recco shoal the woman accused of trust passing in Mar a Lago last month appeared in court Monday fifty six year old Liu Zhang was arrested on charges of loitering crawling and resisting arrest without violence after taking photos at the resort she's due back in court January thirty first Floridians will not be voting this year on legalizing recreational marijuana make it legal Florida says despite gathering more than seven hundred thousand cited petition's supporters will not be able to submit and have the state verify the required number of petitions by the February first deadline with Florida's news I'm Sean Conrad download the app and refresh your brain with the latest traffic info before you go online at W. I. dot com from ABC news Wall Street now after months of public tension and private negotiation the imminent signing of phase one of the US China trade deal has stocks pointing to a higher start to the week futures for the Dow the S. and P. and nasdaq suggested Vance's at the opening bell the Dow by a hundred points on Friday the major indexes lost a little ground the Dow Jones gave up a hundred thirty three points to finish the week at twenty eight eight twenty three the nasdaq closed down twenty four points the S. and P. five hundred.
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"Polk County school teachers attended the school funding rally in Tallahassee Monday full county teachers received a warning email from an assistant superintendent late Friday saying failure to report for their duties Monday constitutes an illegal strike under Florida law teachers that made the trip tell news channel late the email was an inspiration I think it rally more people we had more people rally together in common after the email was sent Monday's crowd was estimated to be at over ten thousand people including fifteen hundred teachers from pole county last month's deadly shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station is being described as an act of terrorism Attorney General bill Barr says that the shooter was motivated by jihadist ideology three US service members were killed eight others were injured by a lone gunman who was killed by sheriff's deputies more charges are being filed against a former Sarasota county bishop arrested this month for child sexual abuse Henry Lee Porter is facing an additional count of sexual battery with a child under the age of twelve according to police the new charge stems from abuse an accuser says occurred nearly thirty years ago when Porter was pastor of west coast center for human development in Sarasota detectives believe there are more victims of the now seventy two year old and they're asking them to come forward I am Recco shoal the woman accused of trespassing in Mar a Lago last month appeared in court Monday fifty six year old Liu Zhang was arrested on charges of loitering crawling and resisting arrest without violence after taking photos at the resort she's due back in court January thirty first Floridians will not be voting this year on legalizing recreational marijuana make it legal Florida says despite gathering more than seven hundred thousand side petition's supporters will not be able to submit and have the state verify the required number of petitions by the February first deadline with Florida's news I'm John Conrad first one.
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"Bay this morning in Polk County both eastbound and westbound on I. four between mile marker fifty five and fifty seven watch for police activity the Cordy Campbell Howard Franklin Gandhi as guy we bridges are all running up to speed that high wind advisory has now been lifted from the sky way the veterans is good in both directions as is the summit expressway and no issues to report across US three oh one or US nineteen he was with James newsradio WFLA. we'll say breezy for the rest of our Saturday afternoon Berto is pulling away but just close enough to give us a little bit of a breeze northeast between ten and twenty miles per hour otherwise we'll see a mixture of sun and clouds high temperature near ninety two degrees this afternoon and a thirty percent chance to see an isolated shower or thunderstorm slightly better chances on Sunday afternoon with a forty percent rain chance high temperature near ninety degrees and not quite as breezy drier air though really limits rain chances for the beginning of the week I'm distillate meteorologist Amanda Holly. news radio WFLA streaming on your Amazon echo in over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at..
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"Busted Polk County sheriff Grady, Judd says the suspects used as simple, but affective method to steal items like teeth whitening strips and razor blades, they would take a small cooler. A cooler the cooler up in a basket or either carry it go to the to whatever they wanted to still whether that be shoes or perfumes or whether they lot of lot of medicines over the counter judge says the ring stole ten to fifteen thousand dollars worth of merchandise every night, and then sold it to Cuba. Five people all of them from Tampa are now behind bars facing racketeering charges. Saint Petersburg police say they're dealing with an increased threat of toe tagging. That's when two cars raced race each other in a line often with passengers hanging out of the windows. It is dangerous. It can cause major crashes as what police suspect happened over the weekend. When a Toyota Camry wrecked along MLK and jasmine way, injuring driver. He's residents tell news channel eight. They're hearing about it more and more people haven't heard about it. I'm surprise when you call the police they show up they shoot them away and the back. Our later neighbors saying that it is an unfortunate situation that so many cars are leading to more crashes construction workers dead after a workplace shooting and Hillsborough county deputies say the forty four year old man was shot by a co worker in Riverview on river. Lock in way shooter says he was putting a gun in his pocket when he tripped. And the gun went off accidentally a legal battle between two Tampa Bay governments won't end anytime soon. A judge ruled that Pinellas county has to pay Pasco almost two hundred thousand dollars in back taxes for two ranches Pinellas county is attorney told the county commission this week they will appeal, but a Pasco official says they won't fold over and let Pinellas win it's seven. Oh, five NewsRadio WFL a prophets at Disney's theme. Parks rose. Fifteen percent this winter over a year ago, but Disney's overall profits fell because they're spending so much money device shows for Disney to become a. Streaming company. Prices have many consumer items at WalMart and target will probably.
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"Blazer show. All right. Thanks again. To Harry Carey from beyond. Check in with us a little bit ago. What do we got? The whole stack of stuff we're going to get to. I love this man this. There's just a lot of jokes with this story. And I can't really say any of them not on this show. But a thief shoved a foot long sub down his pants. And it says here provides local police with endless jokes. And what happened was I guess this happened out a Polk County for only in Florida are they searching for a suspect accused of grabbing a foot long sandwich from gas station convenience store, and then shoving it down his pants and then biking away which begs the question. How do you ride a bike with a foot long sub down the front of your pants? How do you even how do you turn your leg? Like just God. And how does that thing going to smell and taste? It's fallen apart. It's getting smushed. You don't wanna eat that hells. No. That's with an S not just regular hell, but hells. No anyway. They're are looking for this guy. How did he get away? And how do you admit it? If you're a cop that you let this guy get away. And so anyway, he's biking away. He concealed the sandwich in his pants before walking to the register. And then what he did was he purchased a soda, and then they made a special point of of noting that the thief put the sandwich down the front of his pants, not the back because Hello If you're stealing a foot, long sub down your pants. It goes down the front not the.
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"This report is powered by the polk county treasurers office mary maloney polk county treasurer recommends iowa tax and tags dad gov to pay your property taxes your car tags property taxes are due in september pay by electronic check it costs less than a postage stamp iowa tax and tags dot grow a mix of clouds and some sunshine today with a high of 83 there is a chance of a brief isolated shower tonight partly cloudy with a low sav anti tomorrow similar set up it looks warm and humid highs in the mid '80s with stray storms possible i'm channel 13 meteorologist cherry and britair thanks jerry analyst partly cloudy and eighty one degrees at news radio 1040 who dan the how are you welcome back my friends rush limbaugh having more fun than a human being should be allowed to have the fastest three hours in media let's just get right edward benjamin netanyahu i told you this guy was standing up in a there was smiling during trump's un speak thurbers soon and they like it benjamin netanyahu's says the trump did you win speech was the most courageous in thirty years in over thirty years in my experience or the united nations i have never heard a bolder or more courageous speech.