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COVID-19 in Texas: Dallas County reports more than 1,400 cases
"Has now confirmed more than 580,000 cases of probate 19. Dallas County's over 1400 newly confirmed cases raised the pandemic totaled over 233,000 for the county. Tarrant County listed 1394 new cases pushing the county close to 227,000 infected residents. Collin County's total increased almost 64 a half 1000 cases following 279 newly confirmed positive tests. While Denton County is 483 newly infected, residents move the county's pandemic totaled over 56,000 cases. North Texas almost 3600 new cases Friday. Mike Raina,
"raina" Discussed on Hustleshare
"Continue summit every single time that the have to that to do it now Last question if someone is ready ready to invest and they see the trend and again be twenty-one is there what would your advice be for those people that are now ready whether or not willing to figure for some weird reason. How how do they do that and where where do you suggest them to make that. Jump into the crypto world. Out there you can use many apps that are many places you can use. I would say blue research do it on regulated place. Okay i would also suggest i would say that stock small. Okay if you're not ready. Don't ten thousand dollars in small red put a put a put one hundred dollars in dollars in dollars and then become comfortable. Don't get into. I would say start small. Start with the top coins in mind. Okay stop maybe diversify maybe by four hundred dollars five coins and start there. That's just just the basics of investing which has worked for years absolutely. I've been once you once. You get comfortable. Then you can do you can do. You can do your own analysis of whatever you want to do and how long you want to pay. So that's what i would say. We do provide that platform to and between one. You can diversify your portfolio. You can invest in on the top point. You can talk the five dollars. And that's what out thesis often resting has been so we encourage a give you a platform to stop. Let this be be one rather than one day. I will correct. And if you're me if you take my word for it you know you've been listening to share right now. The smell better app to take that. They won not the monday they won but be twenty one. I meant that threat all right. Well before i let you go again. Invite people over to download twenty one and create an account and whatnot. What's next what should we Look at for how i guess. It's extremely exciting days. Okay i would say that anyone is ready for twenty one. They're ready for twenty one. You you you should be a part of it. You will see every day anew stomachs. You will see beating own imagination. And that's what we're here for that where we will cry for for beat over own limitations not get bound by it. Another month have written one of them and and even not stop providing the best six. Now we are on fire or the average person. age you. We are for people like you and me and that's what it was basically. That's what keeps us awake at night to Late in the night and then jump out of bed in the morning. do that again. All right again. Thank you very much again. Before i let you follow us. Whatever podcasts after listening to and if we did see some of it's gonna be shown on dot com and if you want to participate in how we grow this community for their no second year coming up in tiny to anyone can join us hustler media again especially just on. Our hustle share chat jaguar dot. Me slash hustle share powered by chat again chat and again. Thank you very much raina as talking to you again and i wish everyone a happy new year and happy holidays. Lets you other side with with birthdays. To come and greenie. second time. we've done with you. And i'll see you guys next season.
Farmworkers need more protections from wildfire smoke, union leader says
"In mid september farm workers in oregon's willamette valley watched the skies turn red wildfires. Were burning closer. Were were scared. They had a lot of questions. That's raina lopez. Pa- coon a union of latin ex-workers. She says people were worried about going out into the fields because of the smoke the state urged employers to stop outdoor work but many farms kept operating because the crops were ripe. So many workers showed up. Some of them don't want to miss work. Because i want the times folks are heads of households single moms and they're holding it down for their families right so even missing one day two days after things about shutdown with kovin that's devastating for families who are really struggling to make ends meet when the state issued evacuation orders in some areas. Not everyone got the message. Some people act internet access or could not understand the language spoken on the radio so lopez says that it has wildfires become more extreme more needs to be done to protect workers. She advocates for better protective gear culturally appropriate communication and policies. That make it easier for people to stay home when conditions are too dangerous to be outside.
Weighing the risks of travel amidst coronavirus
"Coronavirus questions with the one and only Dr Kelly victory. Let's get to his many calls is we Can everyone holding I want to try to get to you before we run out of time. So let's go to Raina in Northridge. You're on with Dr Kelly victory. For high doctor, This is Vienna. My husband passed away last year on by my daughter lives in New York, and she hasn't come down to Away because of the cold dead and I had made it. I have taken a trip to thinking of taking a kid toe quota Vallarta so weekend. You know, huh? Take a break and you know, mental for mental house and all of that So on both of us leave, I know buyout sounds and also Motive was our in house in a good health condition. She's 30 to 1 57 and I looked up the point put away Artur cases, and it's the highest was 66,000. And now it's only like 1500. I just want to get your thoughts on, you know of it to take the trip or not. It's been very difficult for both of us without you know, my husband, you know, especially during the holiday. Well again, and this is without rendering on official medical advice. All I can tell people is that I think you need to assess your overall risk factors. And it sounds like from the very little you said that you and your daughter. Both are in good health. You certainly are both in a lower risk category based on your age on if you don't have any underlying health conditions. I am not one bit concerned personally about going to an area that has quote a lot of cases. Because these cases as we know the vast majority of the people who are testing positive are not symptomatic and the chances that they have virus that they can even spread to somebody else or virus that is capable of causing illness is relatively low because we are testing people who have no symptoms asymptomatic people. People are walking around without a fever, cough or running nose. And those things are very unlikely to spread the illness. And furthermore, if you were to get it there, chances are very low that you would have a bad go of it. So I am a huge supporter of people doing the things that they want to do in their lives. And if this trip is important, and it sounds like it is sounds like you've been through a very stressful Recent time. Then I would really support the idea of you going and taking reasonable precautions. You should always wash your hands after you sneeze or cough. You should always avoid people who are actively ill. You should always do those sorts of things. This is nothing new Just because we have covert 19 around. Thanks so
Justin Turner celebrates Dodgers' World Series-clinching win on field despite mid-game positive COVID-19 test
"Jeff Passan you are somewhere in Arlington Texas right now it is one thirty eight am eastern time. So where exactly are you and I guess what's the last hour of your life been like? I don't know where I am right now Jeff. Passan covers baseball for ESPN and has been unbanned from this podcast after planting the Randy Arosa Raina Song in all of our brains last week. I'm I'm living in I'm living in Corona virus hell right now because I- Pablo I've been covering baseball for seventeen years now I have seen the Boston Red Sox win their first world series eighty, six I've seen the Chicago cubs win their first world series in one, hundred, eight years and I'm not sure that I've seen anything is crazy as what happened after the Los Angeles dodgers won their first world series in thirty two years tonight I mean let's get right into this then because what was the weirdest baseball season ever has ended with the weirdest world series after ever say and there's a great game to dissect here but. It's really hard to bury the lead of Justin, Turner the dodgers star Third Baseman getting pulled some time after his third at bat in that game because he had apparently tested positive for covert, and then a bunch of other stuff happened Jeff and that's where you come in. So what the Hell happened I was scrambling as all of this was going on Pablo because Fox, right after the dodgers won the world series announce on their broadcast that Justin Turner had tested positive for Covid nineteen but we started this show is some breaking news after the completion the game tonight we are informed by Major League baseball that Justin Turner received a positive Cova test. That's why he was removed from the game. We have no other details at this time I get the word that, yes, he had tested positive and the way that the story was told to me was that Major League baseball does one corona virus tests per day four players who were in the bubble and for family members and everybody else. That test from Monday got SENT TO THEIR LAB IN UTAH. The tests were run and they came back late that and Turner's tests was the only one that was inconclusive and as the inconclusive result for Justin, Turner had come back right around that same time the tests from today that had been taken had arrived in Utah. Now, they were getting ready to spin the sample of Justin, Turner from Monday to to retest it and see if there were. Any different results, but they said, forget that test, the one that came in today the results came back in about two hours around the seventh inning at which point a positive had been confirmed and immediately Major League Baseball was informed of this called. The Los Angeles dodgers. It was fed into the dugout and Justin Turner was pulled from the game and told to isolate. Justin Turner. Did Not isolate and that's and that's that's the part Pablo that I think so many people are going to remember from this. The very odd seen on the field where Justin Turner at one point is taking a team picture with the Los Angeles dodgers and he's sitting next to Dave Roberts his manager who also was not wearing a mask can who is a cancer survivor? After he had tested positive for Covid nineteen I, think people out in the world saw that and said what in God's name is going on here. I was one of those people out in the world in my living room like so many others in their living rooms wondering wait a minute. This is a very sophisticated game with many protocols. How did Justin Turner get cleared to be out on the field doing all the things you just mentioned? Justin Turner. Did Not get cleared Justin Turner just wanted to go celebrate with his friends with his teammates with his wife who I saw a picture of him kissing on the field and with all of the people who he won this championship with I had a GM text me as this was going on. And he said, is there a super spreader event going on at the World Series Right now? And it's it's not an unreasonable question to ask now Justin Turner did say in a tweet that he's not feeling any symptoms that he's doing. Alright. So bats great to hear, but it's not like. This is the Los Angeles dodgers team Pablo that hasn't had issues with covid Nineteen
U.K. Moves Toward Ethically Controversial Coronavirus Vaccine Trial
"Vaccine Trials are happening all over the globe today. The UK government announced funding for phase. One of something called a human challenge trial for a corona virus vaccine. The process will require young healthy volunteers to be infected with the virus in an effort to speed up vaccine testing a company called H Vivo and Imperial College London. Have the contract is set up the first part of that process. Here's more from the world's caroline dealer the idea itself sounds wild intentionally infect people with the very virus returning our lives upside down to avoid. People hear about these trials. Many people's immediate reaction is, how could it be ethical but Oxford bioethicist deb Yom row gic says, it's possible if certain conditions are met one of those conditions is that the expected benefits of the research outweigh the risks. In this case, how many infections could we prevent if we developed a vaccine sooner? For example, in a typical clinical trial thousands of people are injected with a test vaccine and sent out into the world to see if they still get infected naturally that's happening now with several corona virus vaccine candidates, but Andrew Catchpole. The, chief scientific officer at H., Vivo the company launching this human challenge trial says that takes time normal traditional trials involve many thousands of subjects take many many months to complete in human challenge trials, which HP VO has been running for decades. A small number of healthy volunteers would be intentionally infected with the coronavirus after getting jabbed with a trial vaccine to see if it works. What happens is because everybody is given the disease, you're able to determine efficacy in a matter of weeks. These types of tiles have been used for centuries and in the recent past have. Sped up the development of typhoid and cholera vaccines. The agreement announced by the UK government today is just for the first step of this contract to manufacture and test Raina the virus to use in trials it still has to be approved by regulators and an ethics panel. If it is between thirty and ninety volunteers could start being injected with just the test virus, not yet any vaccine as soon as the beginning of next year so far nearly three thousand people in the UK have signed up to volunteer for a challenge trial. One of them is allaster frazier ORCA. White indefinite convinced. The Human Josh all has essential to advising Ovalles, scenes, population way more quickly lift on them on opinion the risk is small enough to travel participants that we need to take that risk frazier ORCA put off going to university for a year to work with one day sooner, a nonprofit group advocating for human challenge trials and signing up volunteers. He says the Tom Channel some of the fear of living through a pandemic into something that feels productive grandma custos. My Dodd might catch his out his risk. So kind of on a personal level the. Volunteer volunteers will be paid somewhere around five thousand dollars insurance cover healthcare costs. For any complications they will quarantine in a special nineteen dead unit at the Royal Free, hospital in London for an expected two weeks after virus exposure. Again, Andrew Catch Paul from h Vivo. A first priority was doing these studies is the safety of the volunteers. So for that reason, we go very strict criteria about those who. Will be eligible to participate. Volunteers must be between eighteen and thirty healthy with no pre existing conditions. But there's a more controversial criteria that scientists are wrestling with right now whether to exclude volunteers of color because there is data suggest that there is a potential for increased risk. The UN says Kobe nineteen is disproportionately affecting racial and ethnic minorities around the globe including in Brazil the UK and the US. K. Government figures, black men in England and Wales are more than two and a half times more likely to die of cope in nineteen than white men. Some of that is explained by socioeconomic status in pre existing conditions. But Dhillon David Kumar, a physician and professor at University College London says it's more than that. They're also other underlying causes racism discrimination for example, being an underlying cause which are not easy to count foreign. Announces such as this Dave Qamar said, he's the health impacts of racism and xenophobia. He says, well, it's important to note that raises a social construct, not biological. The effects of racism in tells in ways that can be hard to identify. So you can't hold constant the discrimination someone's face throughout their life. You can't hold constant the environment someone grownup in the levels of air pollution kinds of housing that they've lifting throughout their life. So. There are differences in outcomes amongst racial groups. David Kamar isn't familiar with this specifics of this study proposal, but he says he can understand the reason for picking volunteers who are at the lowest possible risk for getting really sick. Charles cordray chief officer for the Caribbean and African Health Network sees it differently. It's really disappointing people of Color. In clinical trials that's partly due to legacy of racist medical experiments. By white doctors and kwok-wah dray says the idea of excluding people of color from this trial would add to the distrust mistrust and the lack of trust has come about as a result of decades of sometimes how we need to respond so quickly but what is meant is that there's a whole section of people. Fair much. whose voices are not being head HBO is still making a decision about whether and how to include people of Color in the first phase of this trial when they're testing out the safest way to infect people with the actual virus the company hasn't designed protocols yet for the actual vaccine-testing in hopes quickly follows the volunteer criteria for this stage of the study will be finalized and handed over to UK regulators and an ethics panel by
"raina" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Raina hall people he wrote on social media that he was 100% for antifa. And over the past week, there was online video circulating appearing to show him involved in last week and shooting. Fox is math in, authorities say Raina Hall was armed with a semiautomatic handgun. A witness that she saw him opened fire on officers and saw them return. Fire. America is listening to Fox News. Now the latest from 77 c and w on radio dot com on Bob Brown. Police have located the car, which plow through a group of protesters in Times Square last night. Details in WC scarily cast video shows of black sedan ramming a crowd of people calling for justice for Daniel Prude, a mentally disturbed black man who died last March. Awake after being arrested and restrained by police in Rochester, New York, seven cops suspended the Edie says The Times Square car is a police model likely bought at auction, not a cop car there looking for the driver who fled the scene and want to hear from anyone who has heard I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77 double You ABC News is set to open up the remote learning September 16th and in classroom instruction. September 21st. However, teachers union president Michael Mulgrew Say they may have come to an agreement with city but there are still many questions over the next two weeks. We're going to try to get a lot of the problems that have been already spoken about here. There are 180 school districts in New Jersey, which have had their coroner bias related plans reviewed by the state and then returned for revision, Governor Murphy says. It will still be allowed to start the year off while their plans are being finalised. Note. Commissioner Kevin Deemer and his team are pushing to get every plan approved on time. And I have every confidence that our school year will get off to a safe start. Thanks Ambala Maura in a doubleheader, The Mets hosting the village of City feel that the U. S. Open top seeded Novak Djokovic gets yon Lonard Straw WC news time ago four traffic in transit Up Next Now you're forecasting the Rams you.
"raina" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"It's not true least Fox News President Trump again pushing back against comments attributed to him by two unnamed sources in the Atlantic magazine. Which plane the president disparage the war get and members of the military There is nobody that feels more strongly about ourselves. Our wounded warriors are soldiers that died in war than I do. It's a hoax. Three article also claims the president did not want to honor late Senator John McCain with flags at half staff. When he died, the president said he and McCain did not get along with it doesn't mean he didn't respect him. But two sources tell Fox News parts of the story are accurate, including the plans for a military parade regarding the president's July 4th military parade planning. During a planning session at the White House after seeing the best Deal Day parade in 2017 president, Trump said regarding the inclusion of wounded guys, that's not a good look. Americans don't like that box is Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon this afternoon. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's bed of the comments by the president are true. He is unfit to be commander in chief. Michael Raina Hall, the suspect in the shooting death of a right wing protester in Portland, Oregon, shot dead by police in Olympia, Washington Prior to write a whole death vice published a shocking on camera interview in which Raina Hall seemingly admitted to shooting and killing 39 year old President Trump supporter Aaron Danielson in the street of Portland last Saturday. That man claims self defense in alleges a friend of color might have been in danger. Michael Raina.
"raina" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"It's not true. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah Fox news President Trump again, pushing back against comments attributed to him by two unnamed sources in the Atlantic magazine, which playing the president disparage the war dead and members of the military. There is nobody that feels more strongly about our soldiers. A wounded warriors are soldiers that died in war than I do? It's a hoax. The article also claims the president did not want to honor late Senator John McCain with flags at half staff. When he died, the president said he and McCain did not get along. But that doesn't mean he didn't respect him. But two sources tell Fox News parts of the story are accurate, including the plans for a military parade guarding the president's July 4th military parade planning. During a planning session at the White House after seeing the best Deal Day parade in 2017 president, Trump said regarding the inclusion of wounded guys quote that's not a good look. Americans don't like that box is Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon this afternoon, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said If the comments by the president are true, he is unfit to be commander in chief. Michael Raina Hall, the suspect in the shooting death of a right wing protester in Portland, Oregon, shot dead by police in Olympia, Washington Just prior to write a whole death vice published a shocking on camera interview in which Raina Hall seemingly admitted to shooting and killing 39 year old President Trump supporter Aaron Danielson in the streets of Portland last Saturday. That man claims self defense in alleges a friend of color might have been in danger. Michael Raina.
Dallas - Texas Rangers Sweep Angels After 7-3 Win Sunday
"Sunday night. Baseball bottom of the 10th Indians lead the White Sox 5 to 4. That game now in a rain delay finals. Padres nine, Diamondbacks five, The Dodgers beat the giant 6 to 2. Brave sweep The Phillies 5 to 18 Nothing. A seven. Astros two. Mariners five, Rocky's three Rangers seven, Angels three Brewer's nine Red Story Royals for Twins to raise but the Yankees for three Red Sox five, Blue Jays three Tigers beat the Pirates to one Mets over the Marlins four to Orioles led the Nationals 52 in the sixth game suspended because of Raina Tart malfunction. They'll resume it Friday in Baltimore Cubs and Cardinals war postpone the Cardinal Siri's against the Pirates this week. In ST Louis
"raina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Now you listen to it. We'll fill you in after number 10 Raina, Me, Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande Free Show over Good. Down down. Wait, wait. I'll be your galaxy about flying rain on the tsunami. Main number 10 right there on 18 40 Let's go back to Lana del Rey. Her latest project is actually a book of poetry. It's called Violet Bend backwards over the grafts, and she recorded a reading of the poems set to music by Jack and The digital version is out now, but she just announced in October shall release a vinyl and cassette tape version of the audio book. In addition to our poetry project, our new studio on Kim trails over the country club is set to release next month. Now back to the countdown at number nine. My breath right quick. He had never seen an address like this have been impressed like this. Have you had Theo you 40 number eight filled by the police, and look, everyone knew Luke's Already two are too are too good. I was just kidding. Must him our every moment started replays Because now that the gondola he will do with.
6 Former Houston Officers Indicted After Drug Raid That Killed Couple
"Houston police officers indicted in connection with last year's deadly No Noche drug raid on Harding Street. Harris County grand jury handed up the indictments this week, which include counts of murder, falsifying documentation and misinforming judges in order to get search warrants. Six indicted former officers or Gerald Goings, who is charged with murder. Steven Bryant, sergeants plenty. Raina and Thomas would Lieutenant Robert Gonzales and officer Haji Armstrong. The botched raid resulted in the death of a woman and her her husband husband left left several several officers officers wounded. wounded.
"raina" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Wlw Rachel Elliot filling in for the one and only Jerry Jeff Walker. Big shoes to fill tonight, but the man A legend. He has to take a vacation sometimes. So I'm here trying to, you know, steer the ship in the right direction while he's gone. You know, he's a little bit nervous, but we're in do the best we can. In his honor tonight. Part of that is actually talking about what's going on across the country in terms of policing a lot of police departments in the wake of civil unrest is starting to rethink how they're responding to calls and sending instead of police officers to nonviolent calls, actually sending either social worker's health care providers or people that are better able to deal with homelessness issues. She calls rather than responding themselves, which seems to make a lot of sense to me, But I want to talk Tio my first guests about that. Raina Makarios, the CEO of Crime Stoppers in Houston. Raina. How you doing? I'm great. I'm great. How are you? Good. Eso you as a person that works in in what I would think is being part of thie. A crime law enforcement institution. How do you feel about this change in policy that we're seeing in places like Los Angeles, San Francisco Albuquerque, where first responders now might not be police officers. I am a little hesitant. I am a little concerned and I'll tell you what we've got to walk it all back. So there's a reason there's a reason law enforcement. The men and women and blue were called out to the social Service type calls, whether it be homeless, Instrumental health issues there. Having alcohol abuse, and that's because once policymakers asked him to do that, you know we the community after do that, But we also realized that they were the most equipped to do that. There is the feeling that you know, police in and of themselves bring the level of violence to a situation that otherwise would not be a violent situation that's not always true. We have seen time and time again, where what would appear to be a non violent interactions turns violent just due to circumstances and I fear that foot thing quickly. To this sort of, you know, let's keep police at home. You know they're part of the problem and let's push up descriptive social workers or community community workers may in the long run after extensive training. Be a good option. But right now in the immediate it's not a good solution. In my opinion, you are you saying we're being reactionary right now, you know? Alice and I, we all you know, assignation. We were all on the same page after the killing of George Floyd. We all I think it's the first time that I can remember that a vast majority of us but we need to do some. We need to look at reform. Significant reforms now. But I don't think this responsibly in punitive in nature punishing law enforcement, saying that they're the problem in full is the answer. And quite honestly, this movement to defund police. I can't tell you how many people say. No, but he's really come up just words really talking about the funding police, But now they are look at New York a $1,000,000,000 eventually cut from their budget l a 150 billion cup from their budget and go across the country. They are defending police and and what That means is they're shrinking law enforcement sizes, and they're also saying, But just throw these problems onto the back of social workers and community members, and it's not that easy. We need to really, really spend. A decade of building up social services, building up infrastructures within cities before we decide to pull law enforcement from these really, really, really difficult situation. Raina don't law enforcement, though, have a tendency to get bogged down with some of these calls where and even calls where I known some places nonviolent calls where it's just like neighbor disputes and things like that. Where they could actually be out. Taking care of people that have had actual serious crimes happen to them or were part of a serious crime. They could be focusing on those things rather than things that we as citizens might think. Well, that's kind of insignificant to waste an officer's time with Absolutely. And you'll see police unions across the country actually agree. Andi would like to see there are special for talking about cutting budgets. They'd like to see the officers that they have. Freed up to handle felony crimes. Violent calls really, really critical calls as opposed to, you know, coming to deal with the mental health issue. We're home this year. But my point is, we can't live from one to the other overnight and we've gotta had moved quickly to defund police to punish police too. Make them the problem where we really should say, Hey, wait a minute. We need reform. But we also need to be spending a lot of time and a lot of money on building up infrastructure's on equipping different people in the community to handle these nonviolent calls to be equipped if they should turn violent before we start pulling police back, you know, I think, you know, pairing on for some of the mental health providers a great idea. I just think it's a matter of three sources. I think we've just been too quick to blame law enforcement to punish law enforcement and in the end, we're not helping anybody and you bring up a good point. When you say resource is which equals money, which equals tax dollars because that's where these funds are coming from. So when you're talking about de funding police In part you're actually saying, OK, Well, we don't have enough money for the social services that we're talking about Creating, utilizing moving forward with right so that money has to come some from somewhere. Is going to come from the police budget because we don't like the police quote unquote right now, so it's going to come from their budget or Worst case scenario, taxpayers actually have to pay for it. And isn't that part of the issue that well, you have to get that money somewhere. And the convenient place right now is the police budget. But I'm not sure that one of the other and you know, you look a city budgets across this country, and there's billions of dollars more money often times poured into the social service sectors, the.
Leverkusen beat Dortmund
"Imagine. Imagine the Bundesliga on Saturday and entertaining one as well fifth-place Leverkusen hosting third-place Dortmund John Making his first start for Dortmund the twentieth minute Leverkusen's strikes. I Kevin Volant Shiva punish filings all over the show. He's on site. I look at us for the funny spot. Plastic game was back and forth. Just two minutes later. Matt's homeless that our night service to the near post talking with a free run at the ball great headed to the far post. One one saw him at the top of the highlight. You'll see again here thirty second minute. Amre Giancarlo Giancarlo. I mean what field things techy spot and then delivers I mean. Look at the wet. A top corner no keeper. Courtesy Dies Dortmund up to one heading to the half hold on a second volun- again due to good service to the fire. Pose a little long walls full bag to a dangerous area. Queen contact contact through the legs of the defender to Jaden Sancho in the fifty. Second Minute GonNA score however I don't know if you guys have heard of this this this thing called VR all. Yeah we're going way back and the guy who actually gets in trouble here too you know Lonnie Raina youngster for foul. How earlier in the build-up still two fifty eight rain and trying to atone and Lucas Reinecke to say deflation Mueller. That makes it hard for the sixty third ave it's off. The Post goalkeepers going far pose no closer to the near post but not so much and finally just minutes after that a breakthrough through the ghetto. Nice Low Baltim-. He's angle bookkeeper look seven of living covered but he flashy bomb coma. Dortmund out three to less than half an hour to play what could go wrong. Well Here's a start the on on daily. How about that fool finish finish by Liam Bailey by the defending where the center bikes? It's so easily broken as by the lines at ball through nobody picking up the tagging player sliding challenge this talent up through the fetal Liam Bailey. Three things go from bad to worse Sir door in just a minute later bars bender. Four three Leverkusen support was through settling Pitkin Bender Bahia tax it and said glancing header off the pools last chance here for dorm and ninetieth over the bar. No no no no no. I'm not sure why he's jumping is in anti position. He's wide open. All yes they do put his head on and he jumps amid. Stein's it for three Leverkusen. Big Win for Leverkusen Dortmund missing out on a chance to he'd been touching distance with the top. Two nobody in Munich and Leipzig will meet tomorrow tomorrow. In unit now Dortmund's recent results have been exciting however they have been scoring and shipping some goals of late there. We see it And then the four conceded against Leverkusen today of course Dortmund going to face off against a PS G in the Champions League. Frank Michael Booth with us now Frank if you're fan you've got to be loving what you're seeing from Dortmund's defense. Yeah maybe but nobody nobody. Nobody
"raina" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Accident inbound Raina Pershing now in the left lane no problems and any other tells ameribag about from that a traffic center remind you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death the forecast from the WGN Chicago whether senator could decreasing clouds today a high of thirty eight degrees little cooler this afternoon clear tonight twenty five for the low then for the weekend mostly sunny tomorrow forty one mostly cloudy on Sunday maybe an afternoon shower and a high of forty seven thirty five right now to here in mid way thirty four like forced in thirty five at Chicago's lakefront of fatal Naval Air Station Pensacola shooting today in Florida the shooting happened in a classroom area Escambia county sheriff chief deputy chip Simons as of right now we do have for deceased and approximately eight total that includes a one seven six by the way that are that are injured two of the injured were law enforcement personnel they are expected to survive police won't say if the shooter was a member of the military ABC chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas that began roughly around eight AM the base immediately put on lockdown this is the second active shooter scenario playing up in less than two days on Wednesday in on suspect fatally shot two people at the base in Pearl Harbor in Hawaii before killing himself we expect to have further updates on the Pensacola shooting through the day as Democrats mall over articles of impeachment there are disagreements over whether the eventual charges should include information from the mall a report Illinois democratic congressman Raja Krishnamoorthy says that could unnecessarily complicate things my own opinion for what it's worth is we want to bring Maximo.
"raina" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Lane Berman and Michael Riedel we are the voice of the New York seven ten W. along good morning everyone questionable with third day is a Tuesday it is raining here in the big town I guess I I will we see a snow flurry or not we are under a snow alerts and they have sanded the roads in case it freezes it's a bad idea I mean if if the two degrees right now I mean a better get that road salted just so weird this I mean I was behind a soul truck on the L. I. E. and and that and those in the fifties and the salt spread all over the place and you have you said you saw salt all over the streets in New Jersey button only come down the west side highway West highway song okay so the city I guess what happened was we had that freak storm a year ago and the whole city was caught unaware and when we had that major traffic fiasco in the afternoon rush I'm around on Long Island cars were moving yeah these are the side streets but that was a mess no it wasn't the threat of Saddam was a snap yeah so I guess any at any time since then if there's any threat well we heard the when the sanitation director was saying just any kind of flake this is Catherine Garcia we over likely salt ahead of the first flake because that will actually in and of itself almost created tone bright it's on what Brian Raina okay salt in front of the first flake hello dear no flights coming down to fifty two degrees I'll tell you that you can't have it both ways you can't be angry at them when they're not ready and then get out of them when they're getting ready here I said well let's all over yeah chore yeah.
You Haven't Heard of Raina Telgemeier, But Your Kids Probably Have
"Understand how Raina got where she is today you gotta know something about her mom she loves artichokes this one day when Raina was nine her mom served them for dinner later Raina and her siblings Amara and will went to bed so to their parents Glenn in the middle of the night Raina and her mom woke up with the stomach flu and then we were throwing up artichokes and artichokes have a chemical in them that makes water tastes sweet when you drink it after you eat one so I threw up and then she hands me like a little Dixie Cup of water and drank like Harry you know rinse your mouth out and it was grows it tasted like sugar sweet water so there's also this weird thing happening around like water doesn't taste like water what is wrong so she was like oh Jeez oh sorry it's because we had artichokes dinner when Rano went back to school she tried to gross everyone out with her barfield artichoke story she figured her friends with since fourth grade was pretty much one big gross out contest but this story this was over the top not funny they told her and then a couple of months later I felt sick again and that I was going to throw up again and for some reason it was like a curtain just as Senate over my body where now the idea of being sick was almost worse than the thing itself Raina didn't throw up but the intensity of worrying that she would that changed her it meant that anytime like my brother was sick he was really little and he got sick all the time and I would like leave the house and go try to sleep in the car and somebody at school went. Oh that makes me wanna Puke I was like I'd freak out and I started being worried anytime like a friend would go to the bathroom and like didn't come back for a while it just immediately started thinking oh no what if she's in the bathroom throwing up I was afraid of vomiting is called Meta phobia I didn't know that word until Mum Metaphor recently yes a Metaphor he is the pathological fear of vomiting I was nine and I was afraid of throw up what was the anxiety about the like you said there was like a curtain like what were you afraid was going to happen I don't know Oh i think I was just afraid that I was going to get sick or that the feeling of being sick was just as bad as death RENA basically became a full-time avoid her but it wasn't just that free trout food could send her reeling I mean artichokes obviously and mushrooms milk she was also scared of bees scared of my parents dying scared of needles scared of pooping my pants scared of doctors scared of surgery scared of getting bad grades China's reading handwritten words from a few panels in her new book or guts thickness on the pages you see her nine year old self nauseated and sweaty surrounded vice swirling green clouds and then the third panel the words have just gotten bigger and bigger and more intense and they are pressing down on my characters figure and here it says snakes pain doctors war drowning choking that it math death stupidity talking sickness and kidnapping because that was real big in the eighty s everybody's talking about kidnapping these anxieties they run the gamut from like small too big career Listrik to like imagined you know it sounds like you were feeling scared all the time yeah I was extremely anxious S. and anything could trigger me and anything could go from being totally benign to being something horrifying in a blink and what was that like like to live in that state all the time I will describe it as being both extremely noisy an extremely isolating all these would go in there and they would make noise but the isolation came from feeling like I couldn't talk about it and like this was weird and that nobody else would understand on this and I was the only person who had that's like this in their head because I look over at my classmates and they're just you know normal like doing their own thing and making friends with each other and hanging out and like eating their lunches and stuff and I was like oh my gosh how can they do that
What role does government play in innovation?
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by equities N a premier platform bringing private markets to the public get access to tech unicorns like Uber. Airbnb and more sign up for free today at equities N dot com slash tech. A look at the secret sauce of innovation and it's less glamorous cousin adaptation from American public media. This is marketplace tech. I'm Tracey Samuelson in for Molly would. If you're a government day, the Chinese government looking to spur more innovation in your country. How do you do that you can think of innovation as a ladder of sorts? It might start with imitation. And then progressed you adaptation like tweaking a foreign idea to develop it for a local market. Finally, hopefully, you reach invention, perhaps even big industry changing ones. But the steps needed to climb that ladder can be elusive murky, and there's only so much governments can do says Regina abroa- me a professor at the university of Pennsylvania's Wharton school of business. I talked to her about China's efforts at state-sponsored innovation. It's something country. Can't cause to happen. It has to happen at a much more micro level, which is gonna what's the form of business organization in your country. Is it a collaborative is it a hierarchical places their scope for collaboration? What's the the nature of your education system? Are you teaching children to be problem solvers or are you rewarding? What are you? Awarding them for are you rewarding them for getting the answer's right or you're rewarding them for seeing something that you did wrong. But you know, I think we've I think we're at a point now where anyone who thinks that it's just about plopping cluster together meaning to say and China has lots of these right? Let's let's have one university in the next. Let's put a little tech park and extra. Let's do this other thing and magic show happen. It doesn't always work then then last, but not least. And this is not a trivial point you need a legal system where intellectual property is protected, right? Which is a chief US complaint about operating in China Raina, right? But it's not just us firms Chinese firms themselves also want to make sure that their IP is protected. It's interesting because the communist party's main in China twenty twenty five planets received a lot of attention recently for its attempts to you know, pick and develop specific Chinese industries is that type of industrial policy successful in fostering innovation. I think it's successful in fostering market leadership. Perhaps even market domination of a given sector within the Chinese context. And also potentially allowing for firms to compete in a way that gives them an advantage in the global marketplace. So it's not necessarily the case that industrial policy equals innovation policy. Yeah. So this idea of like, creative add patient versus a truly innovative breakthrough. But at a patient, you know is innovation. I mean, you know, as at the end of the day, this sort of hacking and making it work is a kind of innovation right? And certainly if we look at Chinese companies and their ability to sort of really target mid range markets, and how successful they've been in that space. It has been because they've been able to sort of make that those those adaptations that are targeted to our particular customer. They're trying to sell to. So it's it's not that China made in twenty twenty five has not succeeded in many ways it has. But that in an insane China the leading innovator in the world today. I think that we have to be a little bit more cautious on that front. Regina balmy at the Wharton school of business. Professor Rami made an important distinction. She said this isn't about the capacity of the Chinese people to be innovative. It's about the context and system they have to innovate within. Now for some related links. Professor brownie wrote an article called why China can't innovate in the Harvard. Business review back in two thousand fourteen much of that still applies today this China Morning Post had a couple of recent articles on China's intellectual property articles how they could be strengthened to meet US demands in the ongoing trade war and foster innovation the number of intellectual property rights cases in China increased more than forty percent last year and finally on the theme of creative thinking, there's this quantum magazine story from two thousand seventeen I just keep going back to it's about a retired statistician who solved a math proof others had struggled with for more than fifty years. He had the idea while brushing his teeth. I love stories of late bloomers. They give me hope. I'm Tracey Samuelson. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. You trust marketplace to cover more than business news. You rely on us to connect the dots between complex economic issues. 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"raina" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat
"I don't want to get pretty annoyed when people get hammered. Yeah. Very low tolerance for fucking Hosoda way. We can't stand it kinda like if I did a girl, and it was like I just saw. She's got hammered a lot probably. Yeah. I'll say who's out here like thirty girls, you date are. But like you're thirty three girls like twenty eight twenty nine thirty like who's out here like being fucked up like that lottery off? No, I just like that. I want to date. Oh my God. Those people I would probably be. More. When I when I find out a girl doesn't really like alcohol. I'm not done really like one or two. You dealt. Yes. Same. We're gonna take another really quick break to talk about the other partners for this episode guys living proof, you know, how I feel about living proof. It is the hair care line. We both use exclusively. We'd take on the road. I use it every single day shampoo. Conditioner hair, all the products trash impo. But what we're talking about? Today is a new product line that we're going to tell you about and this is for people with colored hair. So if you color your hair, you know, how frustrating is to spend all that time and money, and then have your hair color fade. I have highlights Raina just has naturally blonde hair allegedly for Hugh. But I do put highlights of my hair. This really resonates as me, and this is very important. The scientists that living proof have found a way to make your hair color last twice as long and look and feel healthier at the same time. It's called color care from living proof so three product system shampoo conditioner. Obviously, they form an invisible shield that protects your hair color from washing out. And then they make your hair look and feel shinier. Of course, their products, always are keeping your hair is healthy as can be..
"raina" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat
"I wanna hear before we get Ivan saving this story for Raina in. It's it's an update on a guy that I did go on a date with the story was on our episode that is titled young dick energy. I think this is in the summer if you want to go back, and listen, so I opened the episode, and I talked about that. I went on a date with this guy. We matched unhinged met immediately. Like he just came in me at the bar. I was with two girlfriends of mine and within thirty minutes, we had one drink and we had to go. Let in this family of Airbnb is in his house. It's a whole thing. I'm not going to retell that story. If you are familiar, you listen to podcasts, you know, what if you want to go back and listen. In the episode is young dick energy. But I went out with that guy. Again. I just wasn't really feeling it. I think he's a good person. This wasn't nothing agree. Just happened. Just was like I was busy. I think it was my whatever it was the summer, and we just kind of lost touch. We we never really dated. We went on like two dates and so on did not have sex. So recently, I was I was doing whatever I got a text for my girlfriend, who's a close girlfriend of mine, and she goes, hey, so I'm out with Airbnb guy. And I was what I was. That's funny. And she goes do you care? And I was like no I don't care, but I got to hear this story. And like, I don't care if this was the guy that ghosted me or broke up with me. Yeah. I fucking care or if this was the guy that like Ida crush on. Yeah. But this is a guy that I chose not to continue a relationship with data. There's a good guys to go around, you know, and it wasn't a relationship. You don't exactly know him room. Okay. So lamb she did it. So she met him when she was blackout drunk at a bar in the east village. She she doesn't remember any of this. This is just him read. Capping a her basically she woke up with him in her bed. Oh my God. She wakes up with this guy in her bed. Still has no recollection. And let me just say she was one of the friends. It was alad me when I met him. So when he came in met me from hinge, she was there. That's how she knows him. But she didn't remember that. They also met really briefly. So she wakes up with his dinner bed. And she's like who are you? You know? He's like, yeah. We met last night you're pretty drunk, and she's okay? Say yeah. Obviously still know Ashley's not in the picture this point like none of that. And so they decided to go out again, I think like a few days later, so they go out again, and they randomly got to talking about hinge over the date. And he was like, let me see your profile or you know, they start joking about hinge like let me see your profile, and he's I'm when one of the profile pictures, and so it pulls up, and he goes, oh, yeah. Ashley, actually Haseltine. She was like, I'm sorry. What he was like get remember like, I know her, and I met you when I met her like, my friend is like what's a fuck. Oh my God. This is like all coming back back to her. And she's like, not only did I hook up with you and meet you, and I'm on a date with you. But I met you the night you met Ashley it's all kind of coming together. And so this guy must be like, she is so drums, she's waste case. That's when she went to the bathroom and texted me like is this. Okay. I feel terrible. And I was like, no, no. I did not do whatever you want. He's nice. And so she's like, okay. Well, let's get together. And I tell you the story so bottom line. She goes out with a guy they go out again, they they went on a few dates she went home with him, and she's in his home, and they're they're having sex. And she hears a knock, and it's like the Airbnb here because he Airbnb has its place when he lives there in the second bedroom, and there's like a guy knocking on the door while they're mid fuck..
"raina" Discussed on Hidden Brain
"Step into the basement of addicts Hamilton's home in Frederick, Maryland. And you'll notice it has a distinct smell that's would just and cigars the wood dust, that's from his carpentry projects. I Lexus basement his workshop he's Bill things for every room in his house and outside too. Showing my producer Raina Cohen around today building something for a beloved family member. One of my dogs likes to go with me everywhere. So I'm making a bike seat. Just for her Alex calls himself, a retired perfectionist things don't have to be perfect for you to enjoy them. That's especially true for another of Alex is hobbies. Here. He steps outside his house to show us a sausage of a dog scampers up butterbean. Gordon helper? Alex walks on his guards pointing out the fruits and vegetables. He's planted those are blackberries rockabilly sugar baby watermelon, artichokes, maybe not artichokes had one artichoke plant, and there was a rabbit who kept eating it down to the ground. A couple of weeks later would grow to two or three inches tall and the rabbit would come back and eat it all the way down the crown so good for him. Never. I still haven't seen. What an Archer point looks like his pesky rabid is one of the variables that distinguishes Alex's gardening from his carpentry when he's in his workshop, there are things that he can control the humidity the shape the size the color, but as a gardener. He's found he has to let go you can't control the weather. You can't control your rain. You can't control the humidity. So I would say more than half of the variables for gardening. You have absolutely no control carpenters draft plans and stick to them gardeners. Well, you have things that creep up on you all the time surprises. I walk make gardening. So frustrate. Eatings weeds really awful, those things, but surprises are also what may gardening sort awarding all these flowers here started from one flower, and they propagated so at the end of the summer, we had this beautiful flower bed, and we didn't have to do anything. Alex, Hamilton's hobbies are metaphor for something very different. According to psychology, professor.
"raina" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat
"That's twenty dollars off your first three boxes when you order like basically free, right? I've used it before. It's great. Yeah, we'll get into it a little bit later. We both love hellofresh where you're so happy to be partnering with them. But yeah, guys, whenever you're on the hellofresh website, sixty. Just your weekly reminder. Please keep braiding as get loud on social media for is please keep putting us in your Instagram's allow the club DJ right back. The city I shouted out them. So we're like Louisville, Kentucky. They'll people was Louisville. Fucking bend to Kentucky. The fuck up. I went to graduation party in college in Louisville, Kentucky, Lowell, anyways, him Him out out ever ever since since. guys get loud. Scorpio's. He made fun of each other. Yacht club? DJ Raina is my favorite right. Ever jewish. Where my Scorpio's eight. You. Ever gonna start. Oh, my God rate review subscribe. Yeah, I had to. I really do. I love that people like fully do their views for you and says, like, I did this because rain rain, ashamed me, say writer of you just hit the five stars. Can you hit it once I don't every time you do. I don't know if it translates it recognizes your phone just just in case though, guys do every time merged days is live. We're gonna be doing stuff for the fall, but in the meantime, get those tanks. Those tease those trucker caps gee-gee backslash that's not. Got podcasts dot shop and girls got podcasts dot com..
Andrew Cuomo, Bill Evans Simon and Hofstra University Cuomo discussed on Morning Edition
"He was always willing to speak truth to power at a time when there, are so few people do And as you've been hearing the New York Democrat and Senate minority, leader says he'll introduce legislation to rename the Senate building that housed McCain's offices after the Arizona Republican police say a. Thirteenth person has been arrested and charged. In connection to the murder of, a teenage boy in the Bronx earlier this, summer, twenty, nine year old Ronald. Raina was arrested yesterday evening like most of the others arrested Raina faces murder, manslaughter and gang assault charges
A Worldwide Frenzy To Improve Your English
"This is an all ears, English podcast episode, one thousand three, a worldwide frenzy to improve your English. Welcome to the all ears. English podcast downloaded more than fifty million times. We believe in connection, not perfection with your American hosts, Lindsey McMahon, the English adventure and Michelle Kaplan. The New York radio girl coming to you from Boston and New York City u. s. a. and to get your transcripts delivered by Email every week. Go to all ears, English dot com. Forward slash subscribe. Today, one of our listeners sentence, some tough questions from her students about how to comment on things around the world up your vocabulary game today. With this episode. Hey, Lindsey, how's it going? I'm feeling so good. Michelle recently joined a tennis league, so I'm starting. I'm getting back to my old sport of tennis and it's so fun rate. That's great. Have you ever heard of the sport pickle ball? Yeah. Yeah, of course. Kids used to play that in school when I was at the time. Well, I they have like a league now are live and and also I've played it a little bit, but my dad is like Mr. pickle ball, really. That's so funny. It's such a niche sport. It's such a random like schoolyard sport, right? Yeah. Yeah. He pleads them like every day. It's amazing my God. That's awesome. I think it's cool. He loves it so anyway, but that's cool. Have fun with guys for those of you who don't know pickle ball is kinda like a mini tennis kind of a mini tennis? Yeah. Do you use a racket though, with pickle ball or no, you use like it's like somewhere in between like the size of tennis racket and a ping pong paddle. Like it's like it's kind of, yeah, right in the middle much bigger than a ping pong paddle though. So. Yeah, but yeah, so it's not played with pickles guys. Interesting here now. Exactly. All right. Good to know. Glad to hear that. We're both getting out. You know, it's summertime, get under the sun. I always feel like it's hard to pull myself away from my work, but it feels so good to get on the tennis court. And then I just feel happy when I come back from the matches. You know, the good luck have fun. Yeah. And but Lindsay isn't that amazing that we'd get to communicate with people all over the world. It is really amazing. That's one thing I love about our work. The fact that you know we do get to connect you. We're not just in our own little like mindset here. We get to connect with people everywhere all over the world. That is the best. Yeah. So speaking of, I think we want to thank some of our people who have reviewed us all over the world in the world. Exactly. So guys, I want to say thank you right now to the people who have reviewed our app our app guys. If you're not using the app, go to all ears, English dot com. Forward slash bonuses, there are going to be new, an amazing features in the fall in the late summer. So go sign up, start using it there, but thank you to nagua thar wet Sivas Lee coffee addict. Joyce ho t. p. e. host. Shang Chico Ferrara, ic- Habibie shayla Christiaan Raina d. n. someone in Taiwan July twelfth, Sarah al-yamani loss O-o-one oh, and it just goes on and on Michelle someone in Taiwan. Surro- bio one in Switzerland and forest six six, six, six, six in China guys. You are. Awesome. Thank you for these reviews and Michelle. They're almost all five star reviews. So it looks like on my people love the app. That's all. Thank you guys so much means everything to us. Really. It's really, really nice to get this feedback. And also I see that she LA from Brazil has asked a question in her app review. So guys, that's a really good way to ask a question. I'm now going to put this in our ideas documents so that we can address this question. Ask your question inside your app review. Let's do it. Okay, awesome. So thank you again everybody in speaking of listener questions today. We have a listener question from a teacher. Yeah. Awesome. So this is from me ho. Who's in Japan? Yeah. Do you wanna read us the question Lindsey? Yeah. Okay. So me hose says hi Mojo from Japan. Thank you for your great podcast and blog. It's been super fun studying too. I'm working as an English teacher. And recently I got two good questions from my student, and I need students and I need some help from native English teachers. Please tell me the difference between these idioms all over the world around the world in the world in many parts of
Crews battle Northern California wildfire as heat wave threatens
"A phone number lords fatah's alex garcia in this is midday live kabc news live and local at one thirty i'm jeff whittle president trump tweeted today that he's accepted the resignation of embattled environmental protection agency administrator scott pruitt who's facing more than a dozen ethics scandals correspondent sara ganim reads the president's tweets have accepted the resignation of scott pruitt as the administrator of the environmental protection agency with the agency scott has done an outstanding job and i will always be thankful to him for this the senate confirmed deputy at epa andrew wheeler in a bit of good news a young boy who was found at union station yesterday all alone has been reunited with his family according to lapd captain mark raina a metrolink train struck and fatally injured a fifty three year old homeless woman at the market street railroad crossing a new hall just before seven this morning witnesses say the woman dropped some personal items while crossing the tracks and was hit by the train while she was bending over to pick them up no one on the train was injured the national weather service has issued a red flag warning for the san fernando valley and local mountains from three o'clock tomorrow morning through six o'clock saturday night due to the high fire danger posed by gusty winds extremely high temperatures and very low humidity levels that are expected for so cal over the next two days firefighters are battling blazes and eleven western states amid are sweltering heat wave heat records are expected to be broken as triple digit temperatures says oh linda southern california even coastal communities are expected to break records over the next few days firefighters battling several fires including the county fire now nearly ninety thousand acres struggle also with resources stretched very thin in colorado the worst right now for wildfires priority one for those resources as the largest fire the spring fire eats up.
Report: Federal Facebook Probe Now Includes FBI and SEC
"Give yourself some extra time elena thank you facebook is facing more heat from data sharing with cambridge analytica which data for more than seventy million americans the fbi securities and exchange commission federal trade commission and department of justice are now involved in that federal probe facebook apparently knew about the data collection since twenty fifteen cambridge analytical worked on donald trump's twenty sixteen presidential campaign using that info create voter profiles nearly five hundred thousand medicaid recipients in kentucky are losing dental and vision benefits as follows a court blocking a county blocked governor matt mccain's matt bevins' medicaid overhaul plan cabinet leaders say the court decision force them to compensate for the increasing costs of medicaid expansion but democratic leaders say they believe a loss of federal funds and increased er visits will only make healthcare more expensive for the state the art institute of indianapolis is facing losing its accreditation over graduates now getting jobs that's because job placement of fifty three percent does not meet the accrediting council for independent colleges standard of sixty percent despite tony clark attending the art institute of indianapolis from two thousand eight to two thousand eleven she's had difficulty getting a job in fashion she is now seventy five thousand dollars in debt and working as a bartender to support her baby boy many things awfully difficult you know it when my mom put she was a cosigner and my first account it has ruined her credit it's completely ruined my credit which makes it very very hard to find places to live the art institute of indianapolis says they're no longer taking students is spokeswoman says they're waiting viability of certain campus based programs to best support students there's just under one thousand attending now as the us's a declining population a newbie species species never before seen in indiana has appeared and works county entomologist dr robert p gene found the being near native wildflowers in avon after studying in his lab he identified it as an and raina you've you loria which has never been recorded in indiana and are found occasionally only in the eastern united states a newbie means a new pollinator for our ecosystem which is great news for native plants here someone thought it was smart to pull an entire walmart trailer up to a home in northern indiana coming up how the thieves got the truck in the first place we'll.
Mississippi, Virginia and Norfolk discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"To man accused of murdering raina rodriguez and braintree hotel romar reigned in norfolk superior court wbz's karyn regal was there as contagious coleman a onta gilmore shuffled into the courtroom shackled wearing matching white t shirts they pleaded not guilty to murder another counts accused of robbing and killing rodriguez after using her for prostitution at the braintree hyatt as the suspects left rodriguez's father his coward out them and started a stand he was told to sit by court officers rodriguez mother was happy to see the two men in court and restrained is so happy when i see they tighten the tacos another woman is accused in the death wanna rivera allegedly recruited rodriguez and sex work and rigas boyfriend is accused of sex trafficking outside norfolk superior court in dedham karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty a new zealand man who flew to the us home of a fourteen year old girl he met online is shot by her mother after trying to break into the house with a naf knife and duct tape troy skinner will be charged with breaking and entering with a deadly weapon with the intent to commit a serious crime according to the sheriff's skinner allegedly smashed a glass door and tried to enter the home and gooch lend virginia the girl's mother saw him warmed him several times she had a gun then fired after he broke the glass on the second door he tried to open skinner was struck in the neck and remains hospitalized the national trust for historic preservation is identifying eleven places around the country that are at risk because of neglect or commercial development the list includes route sixty six african american historic sites in connecticut and mississippi and denver's larimer square the trust is a private nonprofit and.
"raina" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast
"Across the board for the major sports you know there really is not an incentive of completely taking your career earnings for the sake of throwing a match it it just doesn't make sense so again there's a lot of hullabaloo that you're gonna hear about you know integrity game you have to maintain it and at all costs and try to put in different legislation and you know it's just so as i i mean i just look at it and i just shake my head because it really is just the pin me of laziness not to do the homework of what everywhere else in the globe has known for centuries that people like to gamble they liked to gamble on sports they they seem to have an affinity for whether or not they actually win or not and it just seems to be a social activity now again again what this means for sports leagues is that they can find new and more ways of engaging fans and what i think you'll see happen in the future it's something along the lines of fans coming cd raina and also being having the option of doing bets from their seats like having some way of engaging with whether it's the i don't know the mega tron of bill billboard or like a an punching in tex code to being able to access the teams gambling facility or like a or doing tournament where you're competing against the other fans in rena i think sports teams are going to find different ways of engaging with their fan bases than you've seen in years past so over all what's gonna be the case here is the fact that the ads sports leaks are going to be more interactive than ever before with how they handle their their product and i just think as a whole that is gonna open up different advocates you know let's face it the the sports fans of today are far different than sport.
"raina" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Nobel peace prize for his progress with north korea and businessman mike braun who credits trump for his decision to run for the senate in ohio to republicans competing to face the incumbent democratic senator sherrod brown mike gibbons the first of them and investment banker also has zero political experience and current congressman jim raina see rain assi right rene see sorry apologies who was recently endorsed by trump where also looking at the ohio governor's race and who will succeed the term limited republican governor john casick in the running is democrat rich cordray former head of the consumer financial protection bureau under president obama he also has the support of democratic senator elizabeth warren he is facing some familiar names here facing dennis gives senators the former cleveland mayor and former congressman who has the support of some from the bernie sanders wing of the party republican candidates for governor of ohio current state attorney general mike dewine also happens to be a former congressman and us senator and lieutenant governor mary taylor that gives you some of what you're going to see next tomorrow night with steve kornacki on the big board for our full primary coverage tomorrow evening all day all night long right here on msnbc coming up when we come back some desperate hours in a beautiful place that's when we continue.
"raina" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Kubota tractor rebel phonies the bottom of the second ending we welcome you back to nice sake stadium toddlers echo with you live is the fisher cats down by a pair but francisco rios back out there to keep it just a two run deficit bottom third or the order do up for the ponies here in the second to tijuana raina tim tebow and levi michael francisco ready his first pitch to johann raina floats over for called strike gets own one ranya the afternoon next pitch he checks his strangled a fastball high no appeal and it's one in one raina a switch hitting outfielder he's batting from the left side against the right hander rios and the one one is a fastball swung and missed i strike too rios works from the wind and at time is called so he'll reset now has the sign kicks and delivers the one to got i'm looking on the inside corner strike through to backwards k's for francisco rios through the first seven batters faced now it's tim tebow batting for the first time this afternoon zibo in game one came up in the second inning and hit a three run home run part of a one for four performance for the former florida gator he swings at the first pitch it goes off the glove of the pitcher francisco we'll be safe interesting turn of events there because it was a slow bouncer back to the mound francisco rios finishes on the first base side of the mound with follow through and simply reacted by trying to make a behind the.
Lorena Bobbitt Is Getting A Docu-series Now, Because Why Not?
"Of the pertinent entertainment information and one little segment elizabeth is off don mclean has it today hey don judge judy and cbs just want an enormous victory against that l a talent agency that sued the network claiming that it conspired with judge judy to basically screw them out of prophets so they tried to sue judge judy and cbs saying we're responsible we came up with this idea and then you went behind our backs and paid her forty seven million since the show costs so much they didn't get they didn't get the profits of the show and they wanted more of the prophets and they also said that they were responsible for her career well the judge said no judge judy is a big deal and she's worth that much and it has absolutely nothing to do with you so they lost their face it's ridiculous this should have been thrown out the concept of judge shows has been around for years and she's a personality the shows the success because a it's simple it's a simple judge show court show and be it rides on the back of personality and you can't own that you can't create that that wasn't made in a lab a year moron yeah exactly okay jordan peele is going to tackle one of the most notorious true crimes of the nineteen nineties he is going to produce something called the raina it's a documentary series about lorena bobbitt who cut off the manhood of her husband john wayne bobbitt in one thousand nine hundred three and so this is a four part series he's gonna produce it for amazon and it's going to look beyond all the tabloid frenzy that the case you know that was a huge deal in nineteen ninetythree and also really look more into the allegations of domestic and sexual abuse that her that she claimed her husband was doing so more of her side of the story instead of just realising the act yes whiteman mood with the story for second yeah can i reveal something so i mean yeah so one of the first dirty movies that my friends that we ever rented when we were in hollywood yes.
"raina" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Yeah actually raina is the kind of pitcher who makes me understand why i've stopped liking baseball he makes it so hard hit the baseball that i don't feel like anybody's going to have very much success and i feel like the the stuff is so nasty that when i'm watching baseball now is just either strikeouts or somebody hits a home run all you're watching and so that the you can go three and four and five innings in baseball without contact without without the problem you wanna see bad pitchers don't know you understand what i'm saying though don't you i understand home runs up but i'm saying that when i see a rain yeah a guy who is a pedestrian pitcher in the big leagues and his stuff is so nasty that i don't understand how anyone hits it they've gotten to such a skill level with both the pitching and the hitting its volved so much that bores me i think you're under estimating this guy he's a good pitcher last year he's one of nine on the warning in the audience go ahead i'm sorry he was one of nine pitchers in the national league who won fourteen more with at least remix they started monthly respect that's right that's right good point this is this is the magic of content i'm not saying that i'm not saying that raina is not good ordinary according to the audience he would be a pedestrian major league bigger eighteen game winner had that extra month.
"raina" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"In studio in manchester as we look to bring you another fine broadcast tonight from ohio air triggered iranian the batter with nobody on in one out here in the first fever the nickel offering is going on and pop into the air on the left side going over the third basement ios sabah rebel territory and he will watch that balance in a hurry rose beat beyond the wall at your can long strike wind more rigorous raina last night vicar here cat shortstop was super by with his gobble he lead the eastern league into baggers this season thirty gobble poor recruiter rain yet and last night was number thirty oh and began bieber the right handers dares in now the pet iran youth wing that the oon fastball and foul good away on the left side once more nothing into on the vicar cats shortstop the heparin said de mockery dominican republic native big gain on the left side if they switch hitter so today with the righthander on the mound rain you're batting on the laps heath wink at the old cupidite could hiccup alkesic bulk of attacking bakeman cod hake and reopen hawkers over to perth baseman bobby bradley in time to get rainy afford agree even though a couple of ground out garden tonight for the right hander gain bieber and now his next assignment is centerfielder anthony all bird peter is pitching at his third level of the year he started the season with class a lake county was promoted through advanced dale lynchburg and here he is in gobble way with the rubberduck his birthday to anthony altered a righthanded batter is a fast bowler over the outside corner golf bruce dry all parade one through five yesterday also laid down a backbone though technically won her poor next pitch to him missing up in a way of basketball making yet one in one and i had a bad cuecard in front of me so again one for four with a sack but yesterday for all prude 300 a batter and the next pitch for bieber is a breaking ball the polls lowered in a way can make it through in one.