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"racine" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Son. What still are you in love with death. Shall i near see you reconciled. Life forgo these cruel accents of despair. Would i were seated in the forests shade. When may i follow with delighted. I threw glorious dust flying in full career. A chariot madam have. I lost my senses. What's said i. And where am i wither. Stray vain wishes the gods have made me mad. I blush on. Nonni and confusion covers my face for. I let you see too clearly. The shame of grief that in my own despite or flows these eyes of mine. If you must blush blush at a silence that inflames your woes resisting all my care. Deaf to my voice. Will you have no compassion on yourself. But let your life be ended in mid course what evil spell has drained its fountain dry thrice have the shades of night obscured. The heavens since sleep has entered through your eyes and thrice the dawn has chased the darkness thence since food past your way in lips and you are faint and languid to what dread purpose is your heart inclined. How dare you make attempts upon your life and so offend the gods who gave it you prove false to theseus and your marriage i n betray your most unhappy children. Bending their next yourself beneath the yoke that day be sure which robs them of their mother will give high hopes back to the stranger son that proud enemy of you and yours to whom an amazon gave birth. I mean hippolyte Gone this reproach moves you unhappy woman to what's named dave your mouth utterance your wrath just to as well that omen name can rows such rage than live. Let love and duty urged their claims live suffer not the son of sylvia crushing. Your children need his odious sway to rule the noble offspring of the gods. The purest blood of grease make no delay each threatens death quickly restore your shattered strength while yet the torch of life holds out and can be fanned into a flame too long. Have i endured guilt and shame..
"racine" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Prince if one sure our is come care little for the reasons that should guide us wishing to shut your eyes theseus unsealed them his hatred stirring a rebellious flame within you lenses enemy new charms and after all. Why should it guiltless passion alarm you there you not say sweetness but follow rather a fast. Idioms scruple fear you to stray. Where hercules wandered. What heart so stabbed that. Venus has not vanquished. Where would you be yourself so long. Her foe had your own mother constant in her scorn of love ne'er glowed tenderness for theseus what boots it to affect a pride. You feel not confesses always some time past. You have been seldom seen with wild nights. Urging the rapid car along the strand or skillful in the art that net choon tolls making the unbroken steed. Obey the bit less often that the woods returned our shops a secret burden on your spirits cast has deemed awry. How can i that. You love vainly. Would you conceal the fatal wound has not the fair. Orissa touched your heart. Thera- means i go to find my father. Will you not see the queen before you start my prince. That is my purpose. You can tell her. Yes i will see her duty. Bids meats do it but what new ill vexes dear nonni seen do he really does. Annoy me terminus. Alas my lord what grief was air like mine. The queen has almost touched the gates of death. Vainly close watch. I keep by day and night. Eighteen in my arms a secret malady sleighs her in all her senses are disordered weary yet restless from her couch. She rises pants for the outer air but bids may see that no one on her misery. Intrudes she comes. Enough shall not be disturbed nor confronted with a face. She hates seeing three annoni. We have gone far enough. Stay dear nonni. Strength fails me and i needs must rest awhile. My eyes are dazzled with this glaring light so long unseen my trembling knees refuse support me would have in than our tears might bring relief of these. Cumbria's god's these veils depress me what officials hand has tied. these knots and gathered on my brow. These clustering coils how all conspires to add to my distress. What is one moment wished. The next is irksome. Did you not just now. Sick of inaction bid us deck you out and with your former energy recalled desire to go abroad and see the light of day once more you see it and would fain be hidden from the sunshine that you sought thou glorious author of the hapless race whose daughter twas my mother's boast to be who will maced blush to see me in such plight for the last time i come to look on the.
"racine" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"These visit liberty walks dog seen what he does pettiness. My mind is settled. Your thermes and so i can stay. No more in lovely chosen in doubt that rex. My soul with mortal anguish. I grow ashamed of such long idleness. Six months and more my father has been gone and what may have fallen one. So dear i know not know what corner of error hides him unaware prince. Will you look for him already to content. You just alarm. Have i not crossed the seas on either side of current asked if off were known of theseus where at your own is lost among the shades visit double to norris and sailed into the seat at the full of vickers inspired want new hope under what favored skies thank you to trace his footsteps. Who knows the king. Your father wishes to secret. He's absence known for chums while we are trembling his life. The hero calmly Some -freshing tree at only weight still the deluded fair ceased defend remains respect the name of theseus youthful errors have been left behind the no unworthy obstacle. Detained him fe. Drought has long fixed a heart in constant once nor nici fear arrival in seeking him. I shall do my duty and leave a place. I dare no longer see indeed when prince did you begin to get these peaceful holds so dear to happy childhood where i have seen you off. Prefer to stay rather the meet. The two months and the pump of athens and the court won't dangerous shutting you. We shall i say won't grief that happy time is gone and all this changed since to these shores. The god sent fainter. I perceive the coals of your distress. It is the queen who signed offend you with dame spite she schemed your exile. Suny she said on is on you but if you're hatred is not wholly vanished. He has at least taken a mother aspect besides what danger can donate women one. Hutu longs for death. Bring on your hit. Can fe dra sickening of a dire disease which she will not speak weary of life enough herself. For many plot sergei shoot it is not her vain and matai fear another foe alarms hypolito. I fly it must be owned from young aretha the sole survivor of an nps race. Won't you become her persecutor to the gentle sister of the cruel sons of palace shared not near perfectly. Why should you hate such charming innocence. I should not need to fly if it were hatred. May i then learn the meaning of your flight. Is this the proud hypothesis. I see than whom their breathe no fiercer to love and to that yoke which theseus has so often jorde and can it be that venus scorn so long who justify your siren lost. Has she then. Setting you with other mortals foreseen hit politics to offer incense before. Can you love friends..
"racine" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Introductory note jean-baptiste were seen the younger contemporary of corny and his rival for supremacy in french. Classical tragedy was born at fertig. Alon december twenty first sixteen thirty nine. He was educated at the college of beauvais at the great janssen school at port. Royal and at the college de harcourt he attracted notice by an ode written for the marriage of louis the fourteenth in sixteen sixty and made his first really great dramatic success with his endre mock his tragic masterpieces include britannicas. Baroness badges mithra date. Efficieny and favre all written between sixteen sixty nine and sixteen seventy seven then for some years. He gave up dramatic composition disgusted by the intrigues of enemies. Who sought to injure his career by exalting above him and unworthy rival in sixteen eighty nine. He resumed his work. Under the persuasion of madame domain john and produced esther and athlete the latter ranking among his finest productions although it did not receive public recognition until some time after his death in sixteen ninety nine besides his tragedies racine wrote one comedy less players for hymns of great beauty and history of port royal the external conventions of classical tragedy which had been established by corny received did not attempt to modify his study of the greek tragedian in his own taste led him to submit willingly to the rigor and simplicity of form. Which were the fundamental marks of the classical ideal. It was in his treatment of character that he differed most from his predecessor for whereas as we have seen cornell represented his leading figures as harrowingly subduing passion by force of will receive represents his driven by almost uncontrollable passion thus his creations appeal to the modern reader as more warmly human their speech if less exalted is simpler and more natural and he succeeds more brilliantly with his portraits of women than with those of men. All these characteristics are exemplified in favor the tragedy of racine which has made an appeal to the widest audience. To the legend as treated by euripides receive added the love of hypothesis for russia and thus supplied a motive for favors jealousy and at the same time he made the nurse instead of favor of cologne nature of his son to theseus..
D.C. Attorney General Files Antitrust Suit Against Amazon
"Attorney general, has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Amazon. The suit filed by Karl Racine accuses the e commerce giant of illegally controlling online retail prices to reduce competition. It notes that Amazon's most favored nation clauses that imposes on sellers prevents them from offering lower prices on other Web sites as
Montana’s Blackfeet Tribe Provides COVID-19 Vaccinations at Border Crossing
"Within days montana's first confirmed covid. Nineteen case black feet nation declared a state of emergency and closed down. Now it's leading the way in vaccinations empire part of this two part story. Yellowstone public radio's caitlyn nicholas reports on how the tribe was successful quickly. Its vaccination effort a ninety five percent. Vaccination rate is much higher than the rest of the country. Several factors made this possible. Vaccines are coming to black feet. Nation from two sources black feats travel health department receives allotments through montana's health department while the to indian health service units on the reservation receive another allocation from the federal government but brittany racine a registered nurse at the tribal health improvement program says the played an important role as well as the fact that everyone in black feet nation was personally impacted by covid nineteen. We're such a small community and so when we would have a death we were all really impacted by it. That had a lot to do with people wanting to get vaccinated so they wouldn't lose a family member are they wouldn't put people at risk. Since march fifteenth twenty twenty black feet nation has lost forty eight tribal members dacoven nineteen rail grant is the nursing instructor black feet community college on a windy day in the feet tribal health departments. Rv mobile clinic. She's supervising nursing students distributing vaccine's grant says the vaccine rollout order was also important frontline workers and healthcare grocery stores and other high contact jobs for vaccinated. I followed by elders. I think that was really encouraging for people who didn't want to because the elders got it i. We also look to them for our guidance. They got it so that guided the younger generation to have a little more. Trust a little more willingness. Even though they were very scared grant says many were worried about the side effects of the vaccine which can include. Fever nausea and body aches. She says elders also needed to confront traumatic past experiences to get the vaccine
New York City public high school students return to classrooms; de Blasio announces opt-in period for in-person learning
"For remote learning will be able to opt in for in person learning now that high schools in the city of reopening that will begin on Wednesday. We intend to have the option period and then honor those who want to up back in. Bring those kids back. During the month of April by the end of April, 43 k pre k elementary School and district 72 5 special ed up through the elementary level high school students return to class this morning for the first time since November. Everyone coming back makes me feel very hopeful on the kid's air into it. Mayor de Blasio welcoming high school kids at the Bronx School for law, government injustice. They want to see the friends that want to see their teachers again. Good feeling. Yeah, I wouldn't want to meet the mirror. John says Remote learning was okay for a while. It was fine when I was like home for, like, a few weeks and stuff like that, and then like now, just like I just wanted to go back, always stocked in Racine, e W. O R news. Indoor fitness classes can begin in New
Washington DC attorney general urges FAA to change airport-noise policy
"DC's attorney general is concerned about the impact aircraft noise is having on city residents who live near Reagan National Airport. Carly Scene is asking the Federal Aviation Administration to update its aircraft noise policy, and he wants it to do a more consistent job of applying that. Racine says the FAA is current noise policy is based on a 19 seventies model that's outdated, he says. Flight paths in and out of Reagan national were changed in 2015 before federally required studies were
Houston Texans head coach reiterates commitment to Deshaun Watson
"New Houston Texans head coach David Cully says today the team is committed to do Shawn Watson a quarterback and that there's no contingency plan if Watson decides to sit out. Watson asked to be traded less than six months after signing a big money contract extension. ESPN is Diana Racine E even though we asked Koli How he's handling and managing the fact that just Shawn doesn't want to be there. He says he's unaware of it. He didn't know he doesn't know that just Sun Watson's on happy Diana Racine, EON today and Golic Jr
Should The Simpsons Cast Be Replaced With AI Voice "Actors"?
"With most of the actors who voiced characters on the simpsons well into retirement age and the show seemingly having no intention of ever stopping a meeting. Cut wallover at wired. Uk wondered. could the actors all be replaced with a i rep locations. It makes a bit of sense off the bat. Near the proliferation of deepfakes circulating online aside major movie franchises have increasingly been patching together old footage of actors who have passed away like carrie fisher and the rise of skywalker and paul walker and furious. Seven or even just to fabricate a younger version of an actor who coincidentally had an entire body of work from their teenage years to use as reference points like robert. Downey junior in captain. America's civil war and will smith in jimmy man and with the simpsons. You only have to create the voice shortly. that's far easier especially with over three decades of content to pull from wired turn to tim. Mixed smithers canada-based. Ai researcher and media producer. Who builds a speech model that can be trained to mimic anyone's voice and notably has already recreated homer simpson for a few youtube videos including one where homer stands in for julia roberts in notting hill. Here's how he does it. Quoting wired mic smithers built generic. Ai model that can turn any text into audio speech in english when he wants to make a new voice he tunes the model further with two or three hours of new data of that particular person. Speaking along with a text transcript it focuses in on what makes a homer voice a homer voice and the different frequencies. He says after that it's a matter of asking the model to generate multiple takes. Each one will vary slightly and choosing the best one for your purposes and quotes bonnets. The performance is pretty flat as wired. Says it's quote as if he's reading out something that he doesn't really understand the meaning of and quotes which is pretty apt for homer still in the hut the performance. The show would probably be looking for there are other startups around. The world. Likes an antic in the uk and replica studios in australia. That are working to add. Some of that emotional resonance to a voice is using actual actors to help train them performing different lines over and over again with different emotional tones. Technically if you had someone recite all the existing phonemes in the english language or redescendu since that contained them all you should be able to then piece together any possible words. He wants but in reality. People's accents emotions can change things just slightly enough to make the process exceptionally challenging. Although absolutely doable and the time it takes to train the ai decreases over time with more data. Both semantic and replica studios who work primarily with video games where. There's a lot of intriguing possibilities with things like getting a character to say the player's name or whatever. The player wants them to or having a i basically work as a stand in until a real actor comes on board both of those companies say the actors they work with get paid anytime their voices are used in a game and this is a key element for me. Not just what rights doesn't actor have if they're only ever used to train in ai and not perform roll themselves so to speak but taking this back to the simpsons what rights do actors have whose voices are recreated to be their characters the screen actors guild affords actors certain bargaining rights over the use of their likeness. Which does explicitly extend to a performer's voice and while his protection is being rapidly expanded and reexamined as technology evolves you can impart think crispin glover for its origins after crispin glover declined to revive his role as george mic. Fly in back to the future. Part two they technically recast him. But they saddled the new actor. Geoffrey wiseman with prosthetics and employed classic stage tricks like having him upside down or wearing sunglasses to obscure his features as well as the use of some footage of glover himself from the first movie. Unless you were well aware that glover hadn't returned for the sequel. You probably wouldn't have had any idea that the george mcphee racine was any different from the first movie so glover sued the producers for using his likeness without his permission and for not paying him for the use of the footage. He shot for the first movie. But the legality of all of this now banned far beyond simply using a performance likeness and in many cases. Who is allowed to do what isn't so clear. There's copyright law which could give authority to the studio or whoever owns the rights but that counteracts with the right to publicity basically crispin glover thing and that's especially tenuous with cast as well known as the ones from the simpsons. You know a lot of people know these actors and if in a i replicated homer were out there. Advertising for some product people might assume dan castellaneta who voices homer is endorsing the product even if he had nothing to do with it so it's a tricky path to tread and personally. I'm a bit wary about the idea of ai. Replacing actors were any type of artists. Mean that's not to say that i don't want. Ai involved in arts. I think various tech can produce really rad art. I just don't think it can replace human-made arts and especially with something like the simpsons you know on the one hand. It's been on so long that it's the perfect fodder for ai. Replicated voices because then it could live on beyond the actors. And i guess honor them in some way but on the other hand. It's been so long that there are countless voice actors out there who can nail the characters voices perfectly and probably with more emotion.
Consumer complaints rose by over 50% in 2020, Washington DC AG Racine says
"There's been an increase in consumer complaints since the start of the pandemic, And now there's a program in the district working to help residents resolve those issues. I'm billing, refund and cancelation issues related to the pandemic and Wiseman with the consumer Patel. Action division of DC's attorney general's office says there was a spike in complaints last year 50% more than the year before, Wiseman says they've been able to help consumers recover some of that money through their mediation program. Any consumer can contact our office and file a complaint and when we have found is that, for the most part, we've been very successful and reaching resolutions and working out complaints that people have brought to our office. It is a voluntary program last year recovered more than $400,000 for
Consumer Complaints Rose by Over 50% in 2020 in Washington DC
"20. There has been a spike in consumer complaints since the start of the pandemic. Ah program in the dis in the district has been working with businesses and residents to help resolve them from price gouging to cancelation and Billy issues. Consumers were hit hard. Last year. That's according to D. C S attorney General Karl Racine is office just over 2200 complaints came in a 50% increase Been Wiseman with the Consumer Protection Division, says they're mediation program has helped resolve many of those complaints. You know the mediator's really serve as sort of a go between to help consumers have those conversations with businesses. The program is voluntary for businesses and consumers and was able to recover more than $400,000 for residents last year. Melissa. How
Pandemic fueled a spike in Washington DC consumer complaints in 2020
"To a surge in consumer complaints here in D. C. Last year, more than 2200 complaints rolled into the consumer protection Division at D. C Attorney General Karl Racine's office. That's a big increase over 2019, according to a new report in 2020. Once a pandemic hit a surgeon complaints about problems with businesses overbilling refunds and cancelations came in from consumers, though those complaints did slow is a year went on. The city also investigated close to 200 price gouging complaints, mostly awards to foreign six and by the end of the year, the ages office says it helped consumers get back more than $400,000. Mike Murillo. W T o P News
Washington DC landlords, property managers settle lawsuits over living conditions, pandemic evictions
"Settling lawsuits in D C over shoddy building conditions and other acts. D C Attorney general Karl Racine announcing a host of agreements that begin with the Northeast landlord who was sued almost three years ago. Thomas Kay Stephenson, who runs to rent controlled apartment buildings, and Dean would was accused of forcing tenants to live with rats, Roaches, mold and inconsistent heat and hot water. Stevenson is now paying more than $600,000 in restitution to tenants and district penalties. Another owner who operates a building on cue street in Southie. He was also sued, agreeing to address security and gun violence around the property. And Racine also says the property management firm Lincoln will pay more than 17 Grand to D. C for improperly evicting tenants at war ones. Yorkshire apartments during the pandemic. Kenzo FEA W T O P News
Could This Simple Hack Reduce Anxiety and Panic Attacks? with Dr. Kristen Allott
"Dr analogy welcome to the broken brain podcast. It's an honor and a privilege to have you here. Thank you so much drew. I am so excited for this conversation. I think it'll be just fine Back and forth to share information. Yeah i love what. You're bringing to the world in this topic of anxiety and i think that we zoom out in the context of the current world even prior to cove nineteen pandemic anxiety. You could see that. The instances and usage of the word in just general language newspaper social media is skyrocketing and you know languages so powerful and sometimes we really have to parse apart a word to really understand like what do we really mean when we're saying that because sometimes we say anxiety and we actually could be meaning something else when you talk about this world of anxiety and your new book which we're going to get into in a little bit. What do you really want people to help understand. What exactly is anxiety. Yeah so i think that's a great question. And i will just tell you how i approach that When i started in practice about fifteen years ago Because i'm a naturopathic physician acupuncturist decided to specialize in mental health. And people were coming in. And saying i'm anxious and and i just didn't think it was like so. How does that apply. Physiology was really the question that i was interested in and because some for some people it's stress for some people. It's i'm afraid to move forward and take a step forward for some people. It's a i'm overwhelmed like there's all sorts you know. It's a catch word as you say. And but there's also a curious about what the physiology of depression or anxiety or whatever these words were saying. And and so i. When i started in practice i literally in my on my living room floor. I had stock physiology textbooks a stack of neurology. Textbooks and the dsm and the dsm is the diagnostic statistical manual. It just describes. What the diagnosis categories for anxiety are and i was just like will. I think it's more than just an emotion like a candy but like the people were coming in with panic. Attacks like that is not an emotion that is a full embodied experience right. And and so i started just parsing out like what are the. What are the fizzy. What physiology causes these physical symptoms of shaky and racing thoughts and your heart racine. And maybe you're sweating and and all those symptoms that you know sometimes it starts small and Escalates to really big asu started to parse that out and then was like well. Once once i started to understand the physiology in the neuro physiology will. Where do we. Where can we intervene to help. People feel better and so answering your questions kind of copying out. But it's like. That's that's the approach that i took because so many people were using words and i was like i want a grounded in something concrete. Absolutely i mean if we look at the history and evolution of just anxiety and a lot of mental health. A lot of these things in early medicine were considered to be They're kind of in your head right like nothing else is going on right. We made a documentary a few years ago. Which then led to the name of this podcast. Broken brain my business partner. Dear friend dr mark hyman. We made a documentary called broken brain and the underlying premise. That documentary was what you do to your body you do to your brain. Your brain is not in. This isolated eight oregon that just as floating on top of your head. That's completely disconnected than the rest of everything. That's going on there actually an intertwined system and we have to understand that yes there can be. Let's call for lack of a better term emotional factors that are there right. Stressor is the complete driver of so many different things that we feel but let's also look at the physiology of what's happening underneath so when it comes to that topic of anxiety and the physiology gonna ask you a question which is a question that i came across a few years ago in a book by peter thiel little bit of a controversial character. But i really love this question that he had inside of this book. I think the book is called zero to one and he said what truth do you believe is true that other people disagree with in that category. So when you look at right what do you believe is true when you think about anxiety and physiology that people maybe traditional western medicine will say like. I don't know if that's true. Yeah so The one truth. That i see time and time again is it is really hard to have a panic attack. If you just ate. And i don't see panic. Attacks occur unless people are five hours from food or more at or they may have eaten some really sugary substance to at two hours ago. But if you had a real meal. It is really hard to have a panic attack. That's powerful right. There and people like that is not true and and the same applies to suicidal Which is know just part of the spectrum of people keep doing doing panic attacks they can get there and and and and the reason for that is that are i mean i can go into the physiology but but people don't believe that until they start looking mental health professionals or physicians and then when they want start looking at the pattern it holds true. Now there's always an exception to the rule ways but it holds like ninety five percent true
Hidcote: Behind glass at the plant shelter
"Here though to talk about the plant shelter. Which is the domain. Where i am sure. Many of my listeners would be heading. I as enthusiasts of plants behind glass. They is far grander. I'm sure than anything that i can offer in my own. My own discard. And how big is the plot shelter in. What kind of things are in there. The plan shelter as off the top of my head about thirty meters boy. Five or six meters. It's made range runs from east to west and it has glass on this southern front but it has a solid war on the back on the northern the northern aspect. Well sounds perfect for so many plants. i bet it's a nice place to retire to Chillier days just fine things go and do the plant shelter for the weather's terrible. It's definitely one that you don't need to draw. Draw zone when when the opportunity presents itself. It's a love space nicely protected but is a particularly interesting sort of structure in itself in that it was designed. I imagine boy johnson himself. He had studied architecture in america before he came here and the front the south front that is laced actually can be removed and so becomes as who came out the garden rooms. It becomes another room in the garden during the summertime because it has that kind of open aspects which we then plant very much on the front and we can bring pulse right to the front of it said that their cascading out into the garden sound school just and is everything in pots or in bed. Is the beds in there as well. Yeah there are some beds. Although i think the foundations of seat to some extent contain those beds. But there's also a lot of pulse helps us with displays in terms and be able to move things around as things sort of off lowering. We're looking their best. What's looking good right now. We're now recording in the start of february. Yeah there's there's not a huge amount. We have done some work in that recently. A one thing that is actually incredibly striking is the halden. Bogia via lacy is just so vivid in its color it's Pending racine purple flowers just over at the moment that they're looking spectacular is not a big plant in bed. Or it's been trained up one of the pillars so Once we get to the summertime in glazed fronts komo fits sort of does a bit of both This evergreen climber that's twenty is way the pillar and we do 'em Holiday cuts on nas jay. So it's it's still making its way back up. The pillar feel like but still looking stunning and as flowering really well. Is that one of the challenges of an environment protected environment like that. I'm thinking back to my rhs level to hear protected environments of the challenge of overprotected environment. That you know things grow so well that you do need to hack them back a bit. I occasionally and get things back under control. Because you've got a limited space you've got to form that this not movable and even though you can take the front off in the summer there's only so much space yes. A number of climates make their way to the top instead of seemed to feel like they'd be better outside but identity then would think that when they get to the cold weather in the winter but things the jasmine which eater has incredible heady sent in the middle of summer is is amazing but was a real tyrant this year because it had gone way over the top of pillows and then it just created this mass which we then found a pigeon nesting in an embarrassing say. Do try and keep things a little bit more in control and we run that balance. All the time johnson was at an incredible plants person and he would have wanted to have filled it with with every innumerable varieties of plants. And we want to do the same but you will say well to be able to call them well and encouraged to grow in in the way that we can look off them so that they're not making Plant health problem than not to the harboring disease. All about or anything like
Serial Killer Ran Errands For Elderly Victims, New York
"Brooklyn Serial killer is going to be arraigned today accused of killing three elderly well, what's in houses serial killer has confessed to killing three elderly women since 2015 the most recent last Friday. Cops say handyman Kevin Gavin helped his victims ran errands for them and then murdered them. The most recent victim was found its fix e ated with a telephone cord wrapped around her neck, and then Gavin used her electronic benefits card. Cops suspected him in the second murder in 2019. But it was a key piece of evidence that turned up this week that linked him to all three At least act in Racine, e. W. O R News and
Analyzing the police response to Washington, DC's Capitol siege
"Around the the riot riot to to the the U. U. S S Capitol, Capitol, especially especially when when it it comes comes to to the the response response by by the the Capitol Capitol Hill Hill Police Police vault. vault. Unfortunately, Unfortunately, lies lies with with the the Capitol Capitol Hill Hill police. police. Even Even President Trump now is critical of the Capitol police. But I think the question is how far up does it go? D C Attorney General Karl Racine and ABC is Pierre Thomas has police knew all about the potential for problems. There were post warning of violence on social media on right wing websites from groups like the Boogaloo and the Proud Boys. The Anti Defamation League put out a release earlier this week. Learning specific threats to members of Congress. More than 50 officers were hurt, clashing with the mob. But they're also videos that appear to show officers moving the barricades aside up. There we go. Another one in a rider Selfie, Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, demanding steps to address quote, shocking failures in the Capitol security posture and protocols. For what it's
Cheques, imbalances: Americas fraught stimulus
"America's house of representatives passed another version of stimulus bill yesterday. This one promising. Two thousand dollar checks to the majority of americans use would make a difference in the lives of americans who are facing the greatest uncertainty that they've experienced for many of them in their lifetime. It's unclear if the measure will pass in the senate making it yet another twist in a last minute. Saga to provide economic assistance to millions of struggling american workers and businesses the original two point three trillion dollar spending package included nine hundred billion dollars for pandemic relief in addition to funding the federal government for the next year. They was hastily negotiated in the run-up to christmas by a bipartisan group including president. Trump's treasury secretary steve mnuchin but after it was passed by the house and the senate. Mr trump criticized the bill saying it didn't do enough to help. Ordinary americans in really is a disgrace for example among the more than five thousand pages in this bill in the end. He didn't make good on his threat to veto the legislation on sunday but he demanded another congressional vote on increasing the value of the stimulus checks. A measure supported by many more democrats than republicans. I worry that this wapping four. Hundred and sixty. Three billion dollars won't do what's needed stimulate the economy or get the jobless back to work. Whatever the outcome the relief couldn't be more needed. Government has been deadlocked on the matter for months and in just over three weeks. It'll be president. Joe biden who inherited the budget. The stimulus plans and the problems brought about by all the footdragging. Congress rarely compromises these days injuries. Cologne is the economists. Washington correspondent and it was truly a compromise measure. That will do some good I think for the american people. So what's in the bill actually been passed by both houses and signed by president trump. the new sumo's spill that president trump signed into law includes a couple of important provision. One of which is another round of direct checks civil. Go to americans. These are going to be half as big as the ones that were passed in march so these will be six hundred dollars per person as opposed to twelve hundred and there's also going to be a new federal top in unemployment benefits. Most americans have beginning six hundred dollars a week until those benefits expired back in august. The new benefits are going to last for eleven weeks and they will be about three hundred dollars per week. And there's a few other things it's very long. Bill is fifty six hundred pages. Almost that was negotiated very much at the last minute. Among the more important parts are another three hundred billion or so which are going to be allocated for the payment protection program which subsidizes businesses to make sure that they don't have fire people and why the president trump had Such a hard time signing why the delay. That's an interesting question. Depends on how generous he wanted to the president. Many people pointed out the seeming lack of logic about refusing to sign a bill that had been negotiated with his administration. Nancy pelosi of negotiating with steve mnuchin. The treasury secretary about the contours of the bill and this compromise was was forged with mitch. Mcconnell the republican leader in the senate there had been little indication before the bill was actually passed that donald trump had match of objection to it wants. It came to his desk. He thought of the bill was pathetic and that it needed to have much more generous person check but ultimately donald trump decided not to hold up the bill and and this is a relief package that americans have really been waiting some time for. Yeah absolutely the initial cares. Act was a huge injection of stimulus. But it was passed all the way back in march and a lot of the major provisions of the cares act expired back in august and interestingly because that was more than two trillion dollar bill what you saw in the first month of the pandemic was actually pretty solid progress against already in america. You saw a twenty five percent reduction from its pre pandemic levels and what you've seen since the expiration of those benefits is a very fast resurgent so all of those gains in poverty reduction have been Erase this point and if you look at other indicators of hardship whether it's the sheriff families who say that they can't afford food thirteen percent of american families right now are saying that they have not had enough to eat in the last week from the latest census bureau. Polls you see thirty percent of americans who are renting say that they have little to no confidence that they will be able to pay next month's rent and those measures that we've been tracking have gone up significantly in the past couple of months and put this into some context. How does this This relief package on the whole compare with with similar ones offered by other countries britain germany. And so on so at this point america. We'll have done over three trillion dollars of direct stimulus. And if you compare. America to other countries on the basis of how much money does it immediately inject into the economy. America looks fairly outstanding. Where america doesn't look as generous on the stimulus front is on its guarantee. Liabilities made with businesses so european countries are much more likely to guarantee loans use the central bank much more than america has used the fed as part of their strategy for addressing similar. So depending on whether or not you think. Direct relief to americans is more important You could say that america's really well if you think that subsidising businesses and making sure that they stay open is the vital point of covid relief that you could say that the europeans have done better but another facet of this was that the bill apparently contains what president trump called the pork but a lot of provisions that aren't sort of directly related in that way it does and that's in part because it was attached to the bill that keeps the government open in funded for the next year and that obviously has a lot of unrelated provisions because it is the bill that funds entire federal government. You know there are measures on a teddy roosevelt presidential library. Independent commission to oversee horse racing. Racine those kinds of things have been snuck in but also some provisions that might not have been obviously related to covid but that are probably good like an end to the practice of surprise billing which is basically where you go to a hospital. That's in your insurance network. You're treated by dr who is affiliated with a different network and you get a very large bill and all this is happening of course in the in the twilight of mr trump's presidency. Where does this leave. Joe biden as as he starts to come in this really sets the initial conditions for joe biden's presidency a lot of the unemployment benefits for example will expire in mid march which will mean that there will be some period of renegotiation. We saw chuck schumer. Who is the democratic leader in the senate say that the bill will only partially cover some of the depths that americans are in right now economically. Unfortunately the troubles are so deep. The abysses so long that we need more and this is just a first step. This is an emergency. We need a second bill to continue. So that's going to set up a new challenge for them in the opening days of the administration when biden would probably rather try and pursue a big legislative victory like infrastructure. Or something else. A lot of it is gonna turn on what happens in the upcoming senate races in georgia. The runoffs will decide the last two seasons senate and that will determine whether or not democrats or republicans control it if republicans keep those seats and democrats. Don't have control of the senate. I think it's probably quite likely that this is the last big stimulus measure that americans are gonna see addressed. Thank you very much for your time. Thanks so much for having
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Washington DC, Catholic Archdiocese settle lawsuit on church attendance caps
"For you. At this hour. The Archdiocese of Washington settling a lawsuit with D. C over the city's coronavirus attendance restrictions, Attorney General Karl Racine announcing today that the city will expand its limits but urging residents to still stay home. The archdiocese filed that lawsuit back on December, 11th said the city's 50 person cap on houses of worship was unconstitutional. Didn't take into account thesis, eyes of the House of worship here, Bowser responded by modifying the city's rules them. It's an indoor worship were set at 250. People are 25% of seating capacity. Whichever
Bowser names Contee new Washington DC police chief
"Against a national search for a new police chief for the city and W T. O P has learned that she will name Robert Conti to replace Peter Newsom. The 48 year Old County is now an assistant chief in charge of the homicide unit. He's been on the force for 31 years, joining as a cadet while he was still in high school. He sees Attorney General Karl Racine telling W. T O P. He's pleased with the mayor's pick the native Washingtonian who understands the District of Columbia. And I think really has a firm grasp of, you know of the community on D trust the community, and I think the community trust him as well. Conti grew up in the Carver Langston neighborhood of Northeast Washington during the crack coat crack cocaine error of the late 19 eighties. He's has said he witnessed police using brute force during that time. Karima
Historic Black church in Washington DC sees opportunity in the burning of Black Lives Matter signs
"Black churches being targeted by violent protests and the proud boys group last weekend continues, But some folks don't want to focus on the burning of black lives matter. Signs Metropolitan are resilient and faithful. Reverend William Lamar, pastor of the Metropolitan A. M. E Church of D. C. Appearing on attorney General Karl Racine is virtual Take 30 program. We do not want this to be about a sign coming down, Lamar says. His parishioners see the attack on their church as an opportunity. Their vigilance is we want a clear message sent to the city, the nation in the world. About the work that we do working in the world for Social justice to help set free people held captive by poverty. Christi KING W. T O P News New York City's police
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"And he's with us. Good afternoon, Jason. Hey, I actually made it to Racine. I started unpleasant and when the warning first came and tried to take a little bit of shelter, but by that time the store's head close your doors and weren't fighting anybody in Um It came up quick. It got real dark on the north side of Kenosha, and then all of a sudden the heavy downpours and when started to kick up Mill. Tired, greenish clouds in that area as I don't north to Racine Trying to get home something unless you're seeing now. Uh, this ability was very poor, um, some heavy winds and then also some small branches in the in the road. And then now in in Racine, it's actually lead up to a more of a steady rain here in West Racine. I just heard that guy say something about the funnel cloud just north of us. On highway see? And so it is. It comes up quickly, and people need thio pay attention and hopefully stores there listening and executives are listening. Keep your doors open. People needed shelter. So All right. Thank you, Jason. Thank you for the update. We appreciate it. We do have an update now. W teams, a fleet farm storm team alerted appears. This is good news that the tornado warning is no longer in effect for Racine County. It had been Supposed to be scheduled anyway until 4 45 The tornado warning is now a severe thunderstorm warning for Racine, and that runs until 5 30 Also, Kenosha remains under that severe thunderstorm warning as well. So does Sheboygan County entirely different storm up there that Sheboygan County is dealing with? All right. We're on top of this, and we want to make sure you're on top of things. If you're on.
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"Here you hate the villain guy do my best but there's a place Larry is it it's great I'll tell you about it next concert will be excited about mark Davison Valeri stick around you're listening to the Larry elder I am is in merry and you're listening to the Y. minutes to Racine adrenaline pumping and fear was in the air law enforcement had met the sea of protesters shift response and he could see that these protesters they were frustrated and upset could also see that as officers standing in full right here only making the situation more tense says the same goes to a dinosaur Chris took off his helmet he dropped his baton you walk straight into the crowd of protesters found the organizer and he hugged him the organizer as CRISPR spots where he said he was horrified about what had happened in Minneapolis and he told the crowd we want to be with the offer real peace because they love people so tell us what you need the protesters are chanting walk with us walk with us without flinching Chris said let's go let's walk crowd cheered as he started walking with them and just like that the tension broke the hearts and minds changing as they took those first steps forward together again hugging and high fiving one another before they knew it was over a mile and a half together and begin having those deeply need conversations with potential standoff ended with a peaceful protest any violence looting arrest because they decided to work with each other instead of against each other.
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"Up separately they're all different government structures in Racine county there is a private nonprofit group called the receipt agriculture society that runs the fair they use the county fairgrounds body is a private nonprofit agency that runs the fair so they're the ones that have canceled affairs you don't blame the County Board of the county executive they didn't do it in this instance in Racine county it was the county fair board itself the backstories quite interesting there are thirty nine members of the board that oversees the Racine county fair let's start with this that's about thirty two to Betty the larger the government the larger any committee the worse it is right it just is how do you not many times people get out of these boards because they like the credit for everything anybody does anything on volunteer agencies twenty percent of the people do ninety percent of the work it's just the way it's always bad so my guess is that quite a few of these members are steps and the most of the work is done by a handful of other people who actually have a little bit of work ethic to them of the thirty died members there's a vacancy somebody died and two people didn't show up at the meeting so thirty six of the other members showed up to vote and the vote last night to kill the fair was very close this I think is probably typical of how these decisions are playing out all over the place very divided twenty voted to cancel the fair and sixteen voted to put it out bot and this is where the backstory gets fascinating I can't tell you who voted which way because they did it via a secret vote I talked today to Scott Gundersen some of you know his name he's a former official of the DNR before that he was a member of the state assembly on the Republican side he's odd they were seen county fair board Gunder said was one of the sixteen who voted to put the fare odd but he was outvoted he told me however that the board decided to have a secret paper ballot rather than a roll call were each person puts says their name or even a show of hands where you could see who voted what way they voted be a paper ballot sol I suspect some of the large box that voted not to have a fair can now turn around and lie and claim they voted the other way why would you have a secret ballot on that and if you're ashamed of how you're voting why would you even be on a board like that in the first place well they put out a press release that's filled with the kind of crap that we've been getting from a lot of these other organizations that have been canceling things but even by that standard this one is over the top the impact of the fair's cancellation will be felt far beyond the loss of our annual celebration the receding pouty ag society board of directors is heartbroken for the small businesses family farms competitors exhibitors volunteers community outreach groups and everyone else who dedicates their time to the receiving county fair no you're not heartbroken if you were heartbroken you wouldn't have done it what you are doing is attempting to use buzz words to defend your decision to cancel something if you believe that the impact of this is devastating you didn't have to do it if you believe you are putting yourself at risk by taking part in the fair you can quit as a board member but don't tell me your heart broken when you did something that you didn't have to go your just faking it because you're a phony the people who should be heart broken are the people who called out the fair who wanted to be put aside who through no fault of their own are being denied that opportunity because twenty dot list collards didn't have the I would say courage to put on the fair and put up with the criticism that they would get from lefties Fred Akkad silly everybody knows what the path of least resistance says cancel everything in sight other than protests and then you'll be perfectly fine with liberty if you dare to put your thank god you're going to get crap like the trump rally and that's I think what drove this I'd be willing to bet the majority of those twenty who voted to cancel the fair our senior area Democrats I'm just willing to bet that and the majority of the sixteen about to put it either are in fact Republicans but don't say your heart broken about the kids I don't think you're heartbroken about the benders when you could have very easily put this side particularly since we know there will be county fairs in many counties in Wisconsin this summer and those county fairs at which they what I do know how many people are going to get the call but virus there hardly anybody just as apparently hardly anybody got it from the protest still too early to say that for certain but we're now two and a half weeks said and none of the cities that are protests have seen virus bikes anyway I was all set up read the names of the twenty people cancel the fair but I can't do that because the receiving county fairs Wheaties and I guess I think the people who are most matter the sixty you know voted to put it out of the probably really hacked off at the other I will it about those people that work the hardest every year the other sixteen that voted to keep it going about twenty that just like show up and put some red but I'd say that I'm on the fair board and walk around drinking a beer the hall after doing those are probably the ones they canceled it right and as I say I bet if you broken down by political parties it would have been overwhelmingly Republican members wanted to put on the fair and democratic members I did not as I said not all fares in the area are canceled Walworth county is still a lot and I'm getting pretty good indications that they intend to punch forward and that is the largest in the state sake is still alive and holding our breath on that what most of the others have been called off of but boy oh boy if you haven't seen the double standard behind the acceptance and a complete nobody bothered at all about the health risks when these protests to then see people turning around a canceling county fairs in areas where there is not a dense population where there's been a very low instances of inst incidences cases better word very few cases of the virus is very very disheartening and as I said it is leading people to become very angry and realize that a lot of the people who patted themselves on the back forever and ever and ever about service to the community in fact the first time that that service became a little bit inconvenient they headed for the high heels and sold people out and I would say that of the Washington County fair the Waukesha county fair in pretty much all of them it wasn't a cancel their event despite the fact that the evidence is now overwhelming that holding an outdoor event with social distancing the very nature of the type of thing that you have going on would present literally no health risk or virtually no more health risk the people who would have a cold or any other kind of thing that you can get going to an event like that would pose is five fifty two a new stock eleven thirty W. 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"racine" Discussed on Iron Advocate
"You would to your own detriment, not pass some time so the question I had you know through this. Interesting! Trip Down Basketball Memory Lane which I load is what did you what did you? There's one lesson from sports. What are some other lessons? Because the flow question Bob Asks? You remind me this and I'm and I'm always trying to get my people that in my law firm to bring out the own potential. What is you learn from sports that you could transmit? To folks that you're mentoring. Me I. Think there's so many lessons. Just a the big one for me is that you get much better? Results if you pass the ball. I had a coach who used to celebrate the assist man. This is coaching eighth grade. Where the person who made the pass literally got all the hugs got the extra burger at McDonald's and whatnot. And I just think that especially in highly competitive businesses like ours. We oftentimes thing that being selfish is what's most rewarding. In my experience, it's not. It's the past the willingness to play with other people the willingness to put torn about teamwork teamwork. Teamwork. Team always beats an individual. In. A in a game. You've never rarely. Is it that one person defeats the tea? And, sometimes a well coached and well disciplined team means a far more talented team. Carl. What what I identify through this this whole conversation is. You. You Thrive on. Passion Competition Challenge so. If you could talk to. Wall students young lawyers that have found their way into the profession and aren't feeling any of that, but they wanna find it in the law. Knock knock. Go outside of it. What you? How do you tap into that? How did they? How did they tap into that? If, they're not finding it and what they're doing nine to five. Then I feel like you know you've got to figure out a way for them. To have a different legal experience with maybe another set of clients might be a pro bono. Case might be a court appointed. Case might have nothing to do with the law might be mentoring. You know some kids at a juvenile facility. You gotTa try to find who you are. What makes you smile makes your heart smile. What gets you up in the morning then you got to try to bring as much of that to your nine to five. As possible, then you have a chance to be a really happy human being at work and successful. So you should fear arena at Bob, go go go so so. What you're talking about is is we're talking myself actualising in the law and how folks? Really maximize your potential their own magic. Import part of this vision. You talk about what got you into? You went to law school really to help other folks, and that was my vision. Myself of what got me into to law school and it's evolved, you recall. Your vision of More specifically what got you interested in the law and how that is evolved to today, and what your vision today for yourself. You. Know I think for me. What got me interested in the law was just reading at Penn, and then obviously in high school, but more in college about you know the role of the civil rights leaders when the role that they played in developing law that would lead to a.
"racine" Discussed on Iron Advocate
"That's a problem, said King, the king, the King of slow on the court. Slow Carl own that you're nobody seriously. You're very good basketball player. You play in in the In a pro league USB. L. After you went into pan right after right then. Played with a great manute bol as I recall, he's a good man. You not pick the minute. You'll appreciate this Jeff. Bob Jeff is six foot. Four thinks he's six six. That's a damn law. But That's why he's got those high waters. He's wearing pants. Are manute bol not me talking. So Bowman pick them up one morning. I think it was in in Wildwood, New Jersey for a oppress press thing. Everybody was like focused on minute spiderweb. Played in that Summer League as well and I'm. He was supposed to be ready at the hotel at seven am. He was not so I went up to the room and I banged on the door. Man He opened the door he had. You know half clad. He looks down at. Literally like three feet shorter, the. He looks down and I said hey say good morning. He Goes Good Morning I have never felt. More powerful stream of mourning breath coming down. REMEMBER UTAH? Oh, my God that USB l.. There was a team in wildwood. New Jersey right at the Convention Center. There as is bro Question. I have call you and. Other quick story. You played I think I'm got the name right? It was the capital classic. It used to be all stars from DC who played all stars from the rest of the world? I guess the country. Eight all-stars stars from DC then we would take at least two of the national stars, and we'd play against another team of twelve. A national all-stars Patrick Ewing team Michael Jordan on the other team. So. What was it like to interact real quick with Jordan, what was he like back then? I. GotTa Tell You man? He was a perfect gentleman number one. He was not a Bradford number two. He was actually quite shy in group environments. You had a whole bunch of Alpha guys there and Jordan's number. One guy was a guy named buzz. Peterson is buddy from north. Carolina buzzes. It turned out white guy a guard he was. Mr North Carolina. Michael was a runner up to buzz. Michael was so much better than buzz as crazy, but buzz was a great storyteller and Mike used to be with buzz. Basically be his number two. The one thing I remember about an interaction during a practice, the practices were the best. was that I was happened to be on his team and we would scrimmage keep score. and. It was the third quarter and we were down by eight. and. He pulled me over and he said something that I should listen to my entire career. He said Hey man, I said yes, he said you going into the lane and everybody knows you're gonNA. Pass the ball. You got to go in there and shoot that thing man. I don't care if you miss it just shooting, and then we all going to be open. And let me tell you. We were down to one by twenty that game, because sure, enough man I went on a shooting. TYRA missed a lot of those shots. It's interesting because I remember playing ball, you you would..
"racine" Discussed on Iron Advocate
"And I was on the investigative team. they're defending the white. House and Cabinet officials from. investigation inquiries from Congress as well as a number of independent counsel. Who Were there? What was that like for you? To work. Through the White House twenty four seven media coverage at a time win. present was being impeached. What was that like for you? What is your learn from that? And what did you learn from from doing around such superstar lawyers like Cheryl, mills or Chuck Ruff Bruce Lindsey, you know the story of my life as a lawyer I know you all get into this in your great podcast. Is that I just been in extremely fortunate and have been somewhat intentional about bonding with the most talented lawyers who were really passionate about their craft. And, so I've had mentors you know from my first Senate Venable Ben Civiletti of former US attorney general under President Carter. A judge name Judge Amy Jackson really took me under their wings there and then similarly. Chuck Robbins Legendary lawyer in the District of Columbia, who died an untimely death. People like Cheryl. Mills, what I learned! Over, the White House was my goodness man. There's so much that's not in your control. That all you can do as a as a lawyer is to try to Marshall as many facts, you know that that are Make your point. As possible to be sanguine on the law. But that both the media and the forces who were opposed against you have a lot to say in how a particular problem gets played out. I remember for example participating in a matter. Where had to kind of I'll say leak story? Regarding the first lady a to allow them to the press, and it was not going to be a you know an overly favorable story. There is some you know some bad news there, so he had to present it in a a factual way, but there was also a part of the story that was very very beneficial and supportive of the first lady's ethics, and.
"racine" Discussed on Iron Advocate
"To being elected as the first twenty general, the District of Columbia. You were the managing partner at at Venable. That's an a an am law. One hundred firm for those who don't know. How did that job impact you? Tremendously first of all you know I was very blessed and fortunate to have the opportunity to serve as managing partner. Back then in two thousand six when I became managing partner I was the first african-american managing partner. Am Law one hundred firm? It was lonely. At the top or bottom our way you look at it there weren't any other black folks in the top one hundred and I gotTA. Tell you I remember going to a bunch of law firm management conferences as you know. Jeff Boban Pretty Social Guy get on with just about anybody, but I found those to be some of the most challenging social environments I'd ever navigated from me. Kind of lead me to believe that you know what there's a reasonable. Hi, there have been other African Americans as managing partners up at law firms, law firms are pretty status quo oriented of slow to change slow to develop. An insular organizations. Nonetheless I took the opportunity to try to do all I could to advance the firm, and and also put a different face. If you will on what a law firm leader might look like it might apply. So Carl. Having lived that literally. Give us some perspective on on what we do to make the next car. Racine not feel that way, or how do we make more call? Racine's million dollar question there and what you're really asking is how can law firms be more nurturing more supportive? Of Minority and women lawyers, I think a lot of it has to do with changing the culture of a law firm. as as two women, of course what that means is that they've got to be supportive of women as women enter the time period where they consider having families, a law firm of success stories are plenty, and most of them tend to be white men. And Trust me I've seen those men have gotten to go under their houses and I've seen who's running the show. It's usually a full-time wife..
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"Sales in Raymond the Racine county sheriff's offices deputies went to the business Friday morning to find someone had forced their way in surveillance cameras captured the man and woman arrested stealing items from inside five day forecast overnight tonight mostly cloudy conditions maybe a few sprinkles temperatures staying forty seven you wake up in the morning to rapidly warming up into close to sixty degrees west wind at around ten to twenty more sunshine AS we get into the afternoon high temperature right around seventy one and it should be that way to like to put that southwest breeze more sunshine for Sunday a high of sixty seventy three at live it's a little bit on the breezy side enjoy the weekend because northeast winds kick in on Monday to be cloudy and forty eight Tuesday Wednesday with highs near fifty is right out of the storm team forecast in sports the Packers signed offensive lineman Trayvon Hester Friday in Bucks gaming will still have their season start next week but the follow social distancing guidelines I'm rusty monarchies radio W. T. M. J. I'll get to work on a radio active era and early talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day whether you're a place for your just starting your day welcome to the show this is what I radio Ross American around the world six six ninety right ideas are coming on during bank America thank you so much for being here in other topics besides coronavirus this course been dominating the news and we understand why over the last month and a half.
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"racine" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"We'll continue with more in a moment on WTMJ. We'll get a full update here at nine thirty on the. Passing of officer, John Hetland and Racine officer crew her of Milwaukee Racine public. Sorry. We're seeing police department in Milwaukee police department morning again here today. One point I just clarification I wanna make regarding what happened in Racine, where the investigation and the search for the gunman is still ongoing thirty safe. And I hope I haven't misled anybody at mid mischaracterizing by saying, maybe it was more like a brawl in inside the bar here is what thirties, say happened last night. The suspect attempted to rob someone at teasers bar last night officer John Hetland of Racine PD Saudi armed robbery happening. And although he was off duty. He took action to stop the crime in progress. He was shot and killed in an attempt to break up that potential robbery. So what do we say there? And they a bit of a fight broke out after as you can imagine. That is the reference, I wanna make an clarify that in case I misled anybody in terms of what we know right now as to what happened at teasers bar in Racine, another sad. Sobering day for 'em PD as well. They mourn, the loss of an officer who had been on the force for two years, married. No children coup her and obviously morning in Racine for officer John Hetland. He spending the last twenty four years as a member of the Racine. Police department nine thirty seven.
"racine" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Either Jason letter FOX six. I didn't copy it. But the Racine harbor was totally covered what's happening? Of course, is you have an unusually late warming up Lake Michigan. And the lake is still frigid immediate is, is a couple of websites. You can go to the to the leg temperatures, and it's like still forty five degrees in the middle of the lake at along the shoreline of Milwaukee about fifty now that can fluctuate because when the wind shift, and so on the water moves in and out some of the water from the middle of lake looms over here, and so on, but by and large the middle of the lake is colder than the shores. And here's stating the obvious. The farther sells you are the warmer. The lake is, but it's taking so long to warm up. So when you get these days in which warm air comes into the west, but the winds come off the east very cold moist air. It's very warm air, and you just get all of this fog. It's. I was talking like March and April we're gonna have a late summer this year because the lake is a warming up because we haven't had any we'd had really no warm days in spring in. That was the phenomenon there. Anyway, the wermer kind of clear skies, blue let out for at least a while today. So what's the temperature at the lake fight? Right. You know, you've got an airport temperature from us seventy what do we had about our station on eighty figure sixty nightside. Eighty two and hour and a half ago. That's, that's the winds though that will happen with these winds that are shifting around on a daylight today at eighty two and hour and a half ago. And I was driving off to. I want to talk about what is driving off to do. Because if I do though, people with a goal marks losing it, it's that.
"racine" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"AM. This one is really weird. First of all, eight o'clock in the morning to Friday morning. Northbound on Racine county especially on a big weekend. You have no idea how much traffic John can tell you how much traffic is rolling through that area right now, especially Friday, traffic, northbound and a holiday weekend. There's so much traffic that comes into a little, I heading up for door county northern Wisconsin, and so on in addition to this the normal morning, driving traffic, plus everything slowed down, because of the narrow lanes, the construction zone, the loss of the ladies and so odd. So when you hear what the story that you're going to hear here, this is in extremely dense traffic normally eight AM on a Friday boarding. The receiving county sheriff's department responded to a call on the exit ramp northbound at highway g. Highway g is in the northern one third of Racine county. You come north. There's highway twenty which is the main drag than the next one is K the one after that is g and then I think seven mile road is the last time before I hit the Milwaukee county line as you're coming to the north. So Jay, they got a call from nine one one. It was the driver himself calling the Racine county sheriff's deputies. He said he was driving a semi truck. And he was hearing voices coming to the wall of his truck. Semi driver calls.