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Fresh update on "regional director" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "regional director" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"It is 7 40 President Trump did not outright condemn white supremacists and militia members during last night's debate in what may have been the Lt's shocking part of the event. According to some observers, he told the white supremacist group proud boys to stand back and stand by, then today this afternoon, the president condemned white supremacy. I don't know who the proud boys are. You have to give me a definition because I really don't know who they are. I can always say they have to stand down. Let law enforcement do there were two who are the proud boys beat GOP national security correspondent J. J. Green. The proud Boys is an organization that's denied the Holocaust and engaged in other kinds of racist behavior. Most of the time they show up at events looking for fight. That's what some called him a fight club. They don't look like skinheads. They don't dress that way. They don't dress like the cake. They're very modern looking white supremacist group and their objective by trying to dress and look trendy, according to sources. I have spoken to us to try to win over young people today, and here's MEREDITH Wiesel, senior associate regional director with the Anti Defamation League with Mohr on the group. She spoke with us here on W. T o p last hour. Probably they represent an unconventional strain of American right wing extremism. The group is seen to be violent. They are nationalists Islamist, so big transphobic misogynist anti Semetic and although members represent a range of ethnic background The leaders have been the human it. Lee deny any allegations of racism. But they clearly are a white one extremist group, and we have seen them as you noted part of the 2017 unite the right rally, and in fact, Jason Kessler, the primary organizer of the Unite the right rally is a former proud boy. The Southern Poverty Law Center designates a proud boys as a hate group 7 42 absentee voters. Ballots have been delivered to the Prince George's County Department of Corrections and for those in detention, who aren't Just heard to vote. There will be a voter registration rally tomorrow. Prince George's County State's attorney, Aisha Braveboy, has launched the get out the vote effort among special populations, which include pretrial detainees and other inmates currently being held at the county jail. This initiative is.

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Coronavirus cases rise as Europe begins to see second wave

TIME's Top Stories

05:49 min | 6 d ago

Coronavirus cases rise as Europe begins to see second wave

"Europe's covid nineteen cases are spiking. Here's how four different countries are trying to stop a second wave by Melissa. A resurgence in covid nineteen cases as gripped countries across Europe leaving politicians grappling without a curb. The spread of the virus governments are now strengthening regulations around mask wearing limiting the number of people that can gather in public spaces and honing in on areas with particularly high numbers of cases. This week Europe experienced a record high number of new Corona virus cases reaching seventy one, thousand, three, hundred, sixty, five on September twenty first according to the European Center for Disease Prevention and control more than half of European countries have reported a greater than ten percent increase in the past two weeks. Hans clued the World Health Organization's Regional Director for Europe said at a briefing. Even countries that had largely avoided the first corona virus wave such as the Czech Republic are now seeing surges stricter regulations to try and curb the spread of the virus could remain in place for the entire winter in the United Kingdom, for example, where case rates are doubling by the week prime. Minister Boris Johnson announced new restrictions yesterday that could last six months warning that the country is at a perilous turning point. Many. Of the new restrictions however look different to those imposed at the beginning of the pandemic rather than implementing uniform nationwide regulations. Many countries are now opting for more localized approaches. Why are governments in Europe locking down by region. Countries are wary of nationwide lockdowns that would have crippling impacts on their economies. Local restrictions allow governments to curb the spread of the virus while keeping parts of the country and the economy open. But restrictions are also different this time because the nature of the pandemic itself has changed new infection clusters appear to be linked to younger people who are less likely to die of the virus. The result is that this latest surge of cases has so far been less deadly than the first back in March and less burdensome to healthcare services. Even if the number of cases are high, the impact in terms of hospitalization and deaths is very different compared to March says Dr Jacobo Mendiola Ross, the Director and coordinator of the committee responding to Corona Virus in Catalonia. Rather than calling for stay at home owners, many new restrictions, target bars, restaurants, or other public venues that young people may be more likely to frequent. But the new restrictions could change if older people began falling ill and greater numbers already, there has been a significant increase in the number of older people testing positive for the virus in France and Spain of the past two weeks leading to upticks in hospital admissions rising case numbers threatened to overrun hospitals and healthcare services if not managed carefully. We are not in the situation we were in March yet says, Dominic Costa Yulia, a member of the French Academy of Science and the Vice Dean of research for the Faculty of Medicine at the Sorbonne University. Here, how four European countries are responding to the recent surge of Corona? Virus. Spain. Spain has been facing a resurgence of covid nineteen cases since July and now has the highest infection rate in Europe. Over the past two weeks one, hundred, twenty, two, thousand, new covid nineteen cases have been reported with close to a third of cases occurring in Madrid the country's capital. The total number of confirmed cases now stands at more than six, hundred, forty, thousand and hospitals are reaching their maximum capacity. On, September Eighteenth eastbound de as a USO. The president of the Madrid region announced a partial lockdown of the thirty seven most affected parts of the region which came into effect on Monday the measures which affect close to eight hundred, fifty, thousand people many of whom live in the poorest parts of the city require individuals to provide justification for trips out of their neighborhoods and has limited the number of people allowed in restaurants or retail establishments. The News of the lockdown sparked protests in Madrid where hundreds gathered on. September twentieth the groups that organized. The protests said in a statement that the government has done little to protect vulnerable people in the city and have instead opted for stigmatisation exclusion and territorial discrimination. France. On September twelve French health authorities reported ten, thousand, five, hundred, sixty, one new cases the highest number since the pandemic began in March since then daily cases have risen to more than thirteen thousand, the cumulative number of covid nineteen cases is now at four, hundred, fifty, three, thousand, seven, hundred, sixty, three, and continues to rise. It has the second highest number of total cases in. Europe after Spain. The government has delegated the task of implementing new regulations to regional authorities. Currently, the outbreaks appeared to be occurring in certain locations and not in others and a nationwide lockdown would have unnecessary economic repercussions Prime Minister Jean Castex has said. In Paris, Marseille and Bordeaux. All major hot spots for the virus authorities have implemented local measures to curb the spread and Bordeaux and Marseille visits to care homes have been reduced. Dancing has been banned at bars, weddings, and local companies have been asked to make their employees work from home if possible in Marseille and Paris, the sale and consumption of alcohol on the streets after eight PM as been banned. Wearing a face mask and public is now mandatory across Paris and many of its surrounding areas riot police units, and gendarmes have been deployed to enforce these measures. However

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Fresh update on "regional director" discussed on Richard Eeds

Richard Eeds

01:36 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "regional director" discussed on Richard Eeds

"Up last night and we had on Scott 11 on Friday. From Denver, the regional director for the Anti Defamation League and their reaction this morning to the proud boys and the president, refusing to announce white supremacists and hate groups. And the proud boys have been designated as a hate group was strong and swift. And we will probably have on Scott. Again. Fairly soon. Because this is an ongoing threat. And Vice President Biden last night. Try to get a word in edgewise. But it was, you know, increasingly difficult because Because everything spun out of control. That The Director of the FBI. Who Donald Trump appointed. Said that the biggest threat in the United States You are security is our homegrown domestic terrorists. Like the proud boys. So yesterday. Amazing coincident front page story in the New Mexican by federal Heywood. Proud Boys in New Mexico Deny hate Group label. Now. Last night, it was stand back and stand by and that appeared as the banner nationally on the Proud Boys website. They're recruiting this morning. I'm sure they were aroused. All night. And drinking a lot of beer last night, maybe shooting off guns into the air. Last night because their hero Donald Trump. Gave them the big old. Well, let's just say thumbs up..

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"regional director" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"regional director" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"More now on this week in Texas, fearing a significant under count in the senses, the Texas secretary of State's office found $15 million for a last minute ad campaign. T S and Austin Bureau chief Chris Fox reports with less than a month to go. Texas is sitting on a total response rate of just 79% $30 million is too little, too late. State representative says her Blanco is hopeful that Last minute ad campaign will motivate Texans to fill out their senses form, but he's not very confident. We should have done this many, many months ago, and unfortunately, politics got in the way of a good public policy. Blanco filed legislation in 2019 to set up a Senses Response committee. But the Democrats bill didn't get enough support from across the aisle. It's estimated that just a 1% undercount could cost Texas around $300 million in federal money and additional seats in Congress in Austin, Chris Fox, Ke S and Who's Kathy Lacy is the regional director for the Census Bureau, She says it is quickly approaching last call. It really is. But right now we have people on the ground. Going door to door to those pal told that have not responded to the senses yet. One interesting thing. If people can still self respond when we visit a house so we could let we leave. I noticed a visit. If they're not there, they can go online. They could still call one of our calls, dinners and stuff respond so they don't have to see one of our senses workers at their door, so it's not too late for people to self respond. If not I'm gonna have somebody there to collect it in person to tell me about that interaction, so people know what to expect. From a time standpoint. If someone goes to Ah, home and knocks on the door to collect the information, How long does it take? How involved a process is that It's 10 minutes or less. Uh, if this is such an easy interview, I mean, we're basically just asking what the household makeup, the people living there. Are there any additional people you might have for gotten? Do you own a wrench your house? We ask you how you're related to one another. What is your race or your Hispanic origin? We asked for a phone number in case Their questions or something's incomplete. It's super fast, so it's not asking for a lot of time, but we think we only do this once a decade. That was an investment of 60 seconds for each year for the next 10 years. The easiest thing you'll ever day. I know you're looking to reach as many people as possible. Cathy remind us once more, if you would, why this population count and having an accurate count? Is so important for states like Texas we'll be relying on that count for the next 10 years. So your representation in Congress will be distributed based on census counts as well as their billions of dollars in federal funds that are distributed based on the census count. So if you're not counted, then it could say that You don't have that local schools within your Children, too. You don't have that local hospital that you may need to be going because of Kobe 19 and for those who still have not responded and want to go ahead and complete that count on are the information on their own without the knock on the door work, and they go to do it. Taking Goto 2020 cents a dot gov and there's the Red Banner. Click on it, and it's a complete your sense of question. Here. They can click on that. And again, it's 10 Minutes are left. It's very, very easy. That's Kathy Lacey from the U. S Census Bureau. If you haven't completed that form, take a couple of minutes to do so. It really does make a difference.

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Shark Sightings Resume at Long Island Beaches, New York

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Shark Sightings Resume at Long Island Beaches, New York

"In the waters off of Long Island this morning three responded at Jones Beach off the Central Mall. First spotted by lifeguards, then verified by a drone. The Sharks were feeding on a pot of bunker fish, the regional director of New York state, Parks tells 10 10 wins They've been monitoring the waters very close. We have been on Ah, watch over the last. You know a couple of months because we have had Uncle Fish close to shore like this, Um so we'll always aware that maybe sharks coming in and that's what counts right away and that we are constantly vacantly watching the water. That was George Gorman, who says lifeguards closed the beach temporarily after the shark sightings this morning but reopened when it was safe to do so. Gorman says they will continue to monitor waters by drone throughout the Labor Day weekend to make sure beaches are safe for swimmers. Hurricane

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Congo announces end to 2nd deadliest Ebola outbreak ever

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Congo announces end to 2nd deadliest Ebola outbreak ever

"It's now official eastern Congo has month and then to the second deadliest the bailout breaking history the virus killed two thousand two hundred and eighty people if in eighty two years some troubles and a lack of trust in the community slowed down the promise of new vaccines the W. H. O. regional director for Africa Dr Majidi similarities says the challenge was a great one at times it seemed like a mission impossible the epidemic presented an unprecedented challenge because it was the first debate epidemic and a complex sign however the milestone was overshadowed by the enormous health challenges still facing conger the world's largest measles epidemic the rising threat of Kevin nineteen and another new episode outbreak in the novels about stocks and I. T. is optimistic about the future together we live in injuring legacy which is lost support in the fight against covert nineteen and the other outbreaks I'm Karen Thomas

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US Rep. Doug Collins and Atlanta Police Union officials call for special prosecutor in Brooks case

Chris Burns

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

US Rep. Doug Collins and Atlanta Police Union officials call for special prosecutor in Brooks case

"An overwhelming show of support for Atlanta police officers today from their union and some state leaders it follows the arrest of two officers in the shooting death of radar brothers active board your president all reached out to the national and ask for help we were more than happy to come out and help and do whatever we can to stop this attack on law enforcement's champion southeast regional director of the international brotherhood of police at a news conference at APD headquarters you heard it live right here on W. SP he was joined by congressman Doug Collins in calling for the Attorney General to appoint an independent prosecutor in the case against the police officers what happened over the past couple weeks have been all it is time for the disregarding of Fulton County to step aside using the Fulton County DA of rushing the case for political purposes

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14 Million People In Latin America, Caribbean At Risk Of Hunger, U.N. Report Says

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

14 Million People In Latin America, Caribbean At Risk Of Hunger, U.N. Report Says

"The United Nations has covered nineteen could spell economic disaster for Latin America we was three point four million experienced severe food insecurity in Latin America during twenty nineteen the number could be couldn't pull for twenty twenty because of the economic impact of the crisis well food program in Latin America regional director Mick will Barretto says will definitely entering a very complicated stage worldwide and regionally coating the crisis the hunger pandemic across the region people in desperate situations of violating the grounds to go out in search of money on

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UN: COVID is LatAm's 'hunger pandemic'

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

UN: COVID is LatAm's 'hunger pandemic'

"The United Nations says because it nineteen could spell economic disaster for Latin America where was three point four million experience severe food insecurity in Latin America during twenty nineteen the number could be couldn't pull for twenty twenty because of the economic impact of the crisis well food program in Latin America regional director Mick will Barretto says will definitely entering a very complicated stage worldwide and regionally coating the crisis the hunger pandemic across the region people in desperate situations of violating the downs to go out in search of money and food I'm Charles the late this month

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UN: COVID is LatAm's 'hunger pandemic'

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

UN: COVID is LatAm's 'hunger pandemic'

"Where was three point four million experience severe food insecurity in Latin America during twenty nineteen the number could be couldn't pull for twenty twenty because of the economic impact of the crisis well food program in Latin America regional director Mick will Barretto says will definitely entering a very complicated stage worldwide and regionally coating the crisis the hunger pandemic across the region people in desperate situations of violating the downs to go out in search of money and food I'm Charles the late this month

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UN: COVID is LatAm's 'hunger pandemic'

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

UN: COVID is LatAm's 'hunger pandemic'

"Where was three point four million experience severe food insecurity in Latin America during twenty nineteen the number could be couldn't pull for twenty twenty because of the economic impact of the crisis well food program in Latin America regional director Mick will Barretto says will definitely entering a very complicated stage worldwide and regionally coating the crisis the hunger pandemic across the region people in desperate situations of violating the downs to go out in search of money and food I'm Charles the late this month

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COVID 19 frauds and scams

Native America Calling

09:36 min | 5 months ago

COVID 19 frauds and scams

"This is native America calling. I'm Monica Brain. Scammers will take any opportunity to bilk you out of your money or personal information. Currently they're using the Kovic global pandemic as a way to prey on fears about the uncertainty with the virus and economic issues around the pandemic. Here's one example of a Robo call. Some folks are getting. The Corona virus has caused the. Us declared a national emergency. The Families First Corona Virus Response Act has made corona virus testing more accessible immediately. If you want to receive a free testing kit delivered overnight to your home press one if you do not want your free testing press to do to be clear you cannot take a corona virus test at home. Here's another scam. That involves a mortgage blow due to the krona virus. Mortgage interest rates have dropped an all time low. You may be able to benefit from updated modification in refinance programs. Today we're going to go through a list of scams that are out there and give you tips for avoiding scams altogether. And we'd like to hear from you. Have you been getting calls about in nineteen? Do they involve cures or personal requests for personal information to get your relief? Check call us right now and share your experience you can be an anonymous of the number is eight hundred nine six two eight four eight once again. Is Sean Spruce? He's the programs consultant. He's a programs consultant for First Nations Development Institute and Co hosts the PODCASTS natives on a budget Schon is Laguna Pueblo. Hey Monica how you doing good good? I'm I'm excited to talk about this topic today. Even though it it's a little tricky you know because it involves people who are committing crimes and really taking advantage of Sometimes unsuspecting folks so Have you recently wrote about A scam in your doctor per cap column that involved the Corona Virus. Tell us about it. Yeah absolutely so I got a an email from a woman End into the country and she had received a phone call very late at night from somebody who claim to be her niece and then he said I'm really sick I mean hospital and I've racked up these huge bills because of Cova nineteen. I'm infected and I need help paying the bills and this woman is elderly and she was at home and you know she was again. It was late at night. She wasn't quite isn't allergic. She could have been and she just but it didn't sound quite right so I'm quite like her these even though the woman identified herself as her knees with the right name and everything. Fortunately her nephew was also home and he grabbed the phone and he very quickly could tell that this was a scam. This was not actual niece. It was basically what we call grandparents scam. Where Somebody Will Foam Cau- call it older person and pretend to be a grandchild or niece or nephew and say they're in some kind of trouble and usually it's some kind of trouble with the law or something like that This case this person claim to be sick with covert nineteen and needed help paying medical bills. So fortunately they hung up the phone and that was the end of it but she she sent me an email just to let me know what was going on. And this was something that was headed occurred in her with her personal life and You know these kind of things just always bring out. The worst. In people. Natural disasters are hurricanes earthquakes tornadoes forest fires. You know every time. One of these huge natural disasters or crises erupts. There's always some bad actors scammers fraudsters that look to take advantage and this was an example of that fortunately she wasn't victimized but scary that people will approach somebody or contact. Somebody call somebody like with that kind of a sinister plot to defraud them or steal from them. Yeah I know especially late at night and I I know I would be all confused and take me a minute to realize whether or not I was dreaming or something like that I wonder for that out there to our listeners. Have you ever experienced something like this? Has Someone called and pretended to be your family member and asked You for help And then it turned out that they weren't at all Give us a call and share. The number is one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight vessels one eight hundred nine nine native. I want to add another voice to the conversation. We've got Chuck Harwood on the line. He's the regional director of the Federal Trade Commission for the Northwest Region. Hey there chuck. I'm GONNA so are you. Seeing lots of reports of an increase in scams are the scammers. They're just taking their regular catalogue of Scams and just adding cove in nineteen to it and Is that increasing the answer. To all requested yes That's exactly what's happening. We're seeing lots of reports of scams about liberate. Thousands of reports are scams which in which Cova Nineteen Corona virus being referred to. They are taking their usual catalogue of scams and just tacking on corona virus or Cova nineteen to the for example. The one Sean talked about it they classic grandparent or family. Birds Scam that we've been hearing about for years sometimes traffic accidents or something like that now. They're saying Rovers So Yeah we've seen both. Wow that's That's upsetting to hear so Exactly how okay. Let's talk a little bit more about how this actually works with the grandparent. Scam for example. So you know Sean was saying she was saying she was in the hospital and she needed money if they had continued that conversation. What would happen next chuck? Almost certainly they would have asked for money to be sent They would have said that they need the money immediately. needs to be perfectly overnight faster that the victim can be convinced to get the money in the mail or more likely. Frankly Sent through wire Western Union or these days. They even use know gift cards to send money. like Amazon itunes gift cards That's the way they want to do it. And as soon as the money has sent it disappears and doing impossible to reverse the payment And tumors out the money. It is extraordinarily. You'd think it can't work but extraordinarily common. How often people fall for the scam and my time said one more thing about the scam described in point of an important point important Element in fighting. These scams net is consulting with your friends and neighbors family The example that Sean describe was prevented because the woman who received the call had a family member. She could consult with And that's that's really critical. Find is a lot of people who avoid scams do so because they talk to friends and family members of course in the middle of lockdowns at viruses increasingly hard to do so. They can't further like to fall victim to these games. I had this conversation with my dad. Who's in his late seventies and I told him if somebody calls saying there me and they need money for the emergency room hospital or anything like that or I'm in jail. Just leave. Just tell them now. You can stay there and we'll just go ahead and because that's not gonNA happen. I'M NOT GONNA call you that way. You know our tell them. Oh call your sister and she'll take care of it Which I think is you know I mean I. It seems weird to have a a scam plan. Sean have you talked to folks about that like having conversations with your family members in advance as a preventative measure. Not so much you know like having you know like a plan like a strategy if when whatever and I think because one of the challenges is there are just so many different ways to scam. Somebody and like Chuck mentioned people just continue to Kinda easy same scams. They just always a new twist to them. So you know it's just it's difficult to kind of create a plan because scams can come in so many shapes and sizes and like You know we talked about earlier. Anybody can be a victim of a scam. Anybody can be caught essentially Scam proof impossible. I don't care how much education you have and I don't care how many plans you create can never completely scam proof yourself. And that's because scammers know how to appeal to people's emotions and why again and again when you really effective scam designed to prey on base human emotions. You've got love. Which is those romance scams which are really effective Natural Disaster Death Sickness. Things like that people aren't necessarily thinking clearly they're not thinking straight their emotionally vulnerable and they can be victimized when they're in that setting so yeah. I really encourage people you know. Hang up the phone quickly. Don't engage with a scammer. But not so much of a game plan like which relatives the contractor not to contact although it might be effective for some people to to think like that and come up with you know basic strategy for dealing with some of these issues.

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Governments around the world attempt to ease restrictions on coronavirus lockdowns

Ben Shapiro

02:33 min | 5 months ago

Governments around the world attempt to ease restrictions on coronavirus lockdowns

"Meanwhile CNN reports people in the Czech Republic can I shop in hardware and bicycle stores play tennis and go swimming Austria plans to re open smaller shops after Easter Denmark will reopen kindergartens and schools from next week of coronavirus cases remain stable children in Norway will return to kindergarten a week later these nations are the first in the west to start feeling their way gradually out of limits on daily life imposed by governments to curb the spread of coronavirus for professional athlete or when I got the role the from the Czech Republic the easing restrictions Thursday mention to return to training and Julissa stadium in Prague for the first time since our country lockdown is great honestly I was full of excitement I feel great she said Dr Peter Drucker global health expert at Oxford said business school told CNN countries no easing the restrictions are important hopeful examples for the west but any loosening of limits will carry risk W. H. O. regional director of Europe Dr Hans clued the one this week that the situation in Europe is still very concerning and insisted now is not the time to relax measures so it is unclear exactly how far the deep relaxation of measures are going to go according to draw back who is he according to draw back who is one of the commentators on this particular issue that that global health expert Oxford's a business school he said the country is preparing to ease restrictions have something in common they were among the first in Europe to implement lockdowns or severe social distancing measures and rapidly scaled up corona virus testing he said that the plant's relax restrictions look reasonable and they look smart it's a gradual process will be able to learn and practice in terms of new infections if they use up too much in infections start to spike they can pull back a bit that's how every country is going to have to do is we're gonna have is basically a stop start model I first need to bend the curve second their health system needs to be able to cope so far that looks like the United States third they need a system in place for mass testing contact tracing in isolation so sick people can be isolated before they infect others and that's what everybody sort of wishes that they'd done it from the beginning Denmark has plans to send kids back to school in kindergarten from April fifteenth of coronavirus cases remain stable a life will still look far from normal many restrictions remain in place they're still banned gatherings of more than ten people that's been extended until may tenth church services cinemas and shopping centers are remaining closed festivals and large gatherings remain close all the way until August at Denmark's borders remain shot that was one of the first countries in Europe you shut its borders they did that on March thirteenth in closed schools cafes and shops as well as banning gatherings more than ten people and visits to the hospital in Czech Republic they moved swiftly to impose restrictions on travel ban large events and close nonessential businesses after declaring a state of emergency on March twelfth also they require that another million people to cover their faces with masks or scarves when outside the home from March

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"regional director" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:59 min | 5 months ago

"regional director" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Regional director of Europe Dr Hans clued the one this week that the situation in Europe is still very concerning and insisted now is not the time to relax measures so it is unclear exactly how far the the relaxation of measures are going to go according to draw back who is he according to draw back who is one of the commentators on this particular issue that that global health expert Oxford's a business school he said the country is preparing to ease restrictions have something in common they were among the first in Europe to implement lockdowns or severe social distancing measures and it rapidly scaled up corona virus testing he said the plans relax restrictions look reasonable and they look smart it's a gradual process they'll be able to learn and tracking is in terms of new infections if they use up too much in infections start to spike they can pull back a bit that's how every country is going to have to do is we're gonna have is basically a stop start model I first need to bend the curve second their health system need to be able to cope so far that was like the United States third they need a system in place for mass testing contact tracing in isolation so sick people can be isolated before they infect others and that's what everybody sort of wishes that they'd done it from the beginning Denmark has plans to send kids back to school in kindergarten from April fifteenth of coronavirus cases remain stable a life will still look far from normal many restrictions will remain in place there's still a ban on gatherings of more than ten people that's been extended until may tenth church services cinemas and shopping centers are remaining closed festivals and large gatherings remain close all the way until August of Denmark's borders remain shot that was one of the first countries in Europe to shut its borders they did that on March thirteenth at closed schools cafes and shops as well as banning gatherings of more than ten people and visits to the hospital in Czech Republic they moved swiftly to impose restrictions on travel ban large events and close nonessential businesses after declaring a state of emergency on March twelfth also they require their leather million people to cover their faces with masks or scarves when outside the home from March nineteenth since Tuesday people that allowed to exercise alone without facemask shot such as construction and hardware stores bicycle stores bicycle repair centers allowed to reopen from Thursday bikes are big obviously in the Czech Republic outdoor facilities for individual sports are we opening but only to some extent no more than two people can be in the same space they can't use the showers or lockers and essential travel outside the Czech Republic will be allowed from April fourteenth alone in Austria they're also attempting a step by step approach Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced this week the country's preparing for a resurrection after Easter re opening some small shops hardware and garden stores may April fourteenth they're requiring people to wear face masks to supermarkets and on public transportation from may first all shops shopping centers and hairdressers will open meanwhile restaurants and hotels will open from mid may at the earliest in a gradual process and he said that the the situation is not yet over citing Singapore because Singapore has seen a second wave of cases in Norway Norway is prioritizing reopening of schools are going to scale back their lockdown measures from April twentieth they're going to reopen it kindergartens the government believes the latest half provide the basis for cautious optimism right now the only ninety two deaths in Norway Germany is also attempting some new measures and then when you what what's really fascinating is that the the world's largest scale counter example of all of this is sweet there's a lot of talk early on about Sweden taking a very different model than everybody else Sweden looking at the at the way everybody else is locking down and say okay guys you're locking down you're gonna get a second wave what if we just kind of let everybody go about their business and then we told everybody who's old everybody that pre existing conditions to stay home no source was we took some measures but not totally in restaurants you just were supposed to eat at counter you're not supposed to eat and socially distance tables for example so how Sweden performing right now what Sweden has in grand total of nine hundred nineteen deaths out of some eleven thousand cases in Sweden there's a lot of talk about Sweden spiking that was expected I was always bewildered by the media coverage of Sweden because the suggestion was that they not expected some sort of spike no they they sort of did that was baked into the cake and the fact is that if you look at population by millions will die Sweden is not wildly outline from other European countries sweetness in ninety one deaths per million population Switzerland has you know hundred thirty Netherlands you know hundred sixty five Belgium seen three hundred thirty seven now of course they do the number of deaths is larger in per million is largely reflective of the fact that they're very very small populations Italy Germany Germany still at thirty six the United States is still sixty seven but virtually every other country in in Europe is actually has a worse record and deaths per million then in Sweden does so for all the talk last week blew it and Sweden looks worse than a lot of other countries that's just not true it really is not okay so it'll be interesting to see over the course of the year whether Sweden ends up having done the right thing or whether they have done the wrong thing so all of this has ramifications for the United States is how exactly are we going to reopen what is our strategy going to be and as I'm going to discuss in just a moment the answer is going to be data data and more data okay well everybody is trying to kick the can down the road when the data starts rolling it's time to make some tough decisions I'm sick of hearing that the decisions are not top that they're easy and anybody who suggests gradual re opening or even serious re opening is Pooh poohing death or that anybody who is who is calling for shutdowns is performing a comic I don't think that's true at least for the people who are in the decision making positions I think that's a that's very true in the commentary and I think in the commentary at their group of people who basically have a stake in suggesting that anyone says the word economy wants people to die a group of people but mistaken the suggestion anybody says the words shut down once but people be unemployed and the answer is we're gonna have to draw a middle line here because there will come a point here where the costs outweigh the benefits president trump is not wrong about that that's what public policy making is all about and pretend that even discussing the public policy some sort of verboten St is disgusting frankly is the biggest public policy decision that not only trump is ever gonna have to make a pretty much anybody's going to ever have to make to pretend that their nose their nose sort of stakes on either side is it easy of the highest order a little more than a moment the first is twenty twenty we've only just begun what is bound to be an insane your furnace have you noticed it's pretty wild like we had election but you remember the election I don't remember the election everything is crazy.

Regional director Dr Hans Europe
European countries cautiously ease COVID-19 lockdown

Stephanie Trussell

01:59 min | 5 months ago

European countries cautiously ease COVID-19 lockdown

"Dr Peter Drucker global health expert at Oxford said business school told CNN countries no easing the restrictions are important hopeful examples for the west but any loosening of limits will carry risk W. H. O. regional director of Europe Dr Hans clued the one this week that the situation in Europe is still very concerning and insisted now is not the time to relax measures so it is unclear exactly how far the the relaxation of measures are going to go according to drawback because according to draw back who is well the commentators on this particular issue that that global health expert Oxford's a business school he said the country's preparing these restrictions have something in common they are among the first in Europe template lockdowns or severe social distancing measures and rapidly scaled up corona virus testing he said that the plant's relax restrictions look reasonable and they look smart it's a gradual process they'll be able to learn and practice in terms of new infections if they use up too much in infections start to spike they can pull back a bit that's how every country is going to have to do is we're gonna have is basically a stop start model I first need to bend the curve second their health system needs to be able to cope so far no outside the United States third they need a system in place for mass nesting contact tracing in isolation so sick people can be isolated before they infect others and that's what everybody sort of wishes that they had done it from the beginning Denmark has plans to send kids back to school in kindergarten from April fifteenth of coronavirus cases remain stable but life will still look far from normal many restrictions will remain in place they're still ban on gatherings of more than ten people that's been extended until may tenth church services cinemas and shopping centers are remaining closed festivals and large gatherings remain close all the way until August of Denmark's borders remain shot that was one of the first countries in Europe to shut its borders they did that on March thirteenth and closed schools cafes and shops as well as banning gatherings of more than ten people and visits to the hospital in Czech Republic they moved swiftly to impose restrictions on travel ban large events and close nonessential businesses after declaring a state of emergency on March twelfth also they require that another million people to cover their faces with masks or scarves when outside the home from March

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WHO warns virus epidemic 'far from over' in Asia

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

WHO warns virus epidemic 'far from over' in Asia

"Okay she Kansai regional director for the western Pacific says this is going to be a long term battle we cannot let our guard down we need every country to keep responding according to the local situation the W. H. I. his continue to place emphasis on the importance of doctor responses to viruses spread but is encouraged countries to adopt methods that are right for them because I also warns countries that they need to prepare for large scale community transmission for most people the new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms but for some it can cause severe illness and death I'm Charles de Ledesma

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WHO warns virus epidemic 'far from over' in Asia

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

WHO warns virus epidemic 'far from over' in Asia

"Okay she Kansai regional director for the western Pacific says this is going to be a long term battle we cannot let our guard down we need every country to keep responding according to the local situation the W. H. I. his continue to place emphasis on the importance of doctor responses to viruses spread but is encouraged countries to adopt methods that are right for them because I also warns countries that they need to prepare for large scale community transmission for most people the new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms but for some it can cause severe illness and death I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Workforce Development For The American Fashion Industry

American Fashion Podcast

11:04 min | 7 months ago

Workforce Development For The American Fashion Industry

"The Workforce Development Institute is a nonprofit organization headquartered out of Albany and troy but we cover ten regions of New York. State So I I cover. The New York City region are broad mission is to help. New Yorkers obtaining keep good jobs So we do that in a number of ways. We're a convener for a great conversations that help of Industry Job Seekers We connect Entities to one another for sources of technical assistance and funding We're we provide grants in some cases to both manufacturers and Don Profit organizations that train job seekers As well as supporting unions so In my role as the New York City regional director in my in the piece of my work that focuses on supporting manufacturing I kind of naturally focused on the apparel manufacturing sector because there were many many needs Facing those companies but really we help Manufacturers across the board and get involved in lots of different workforce initiatives. Your question about what is Workforce Development For for the Fashion Business was workforce development. Sure will I think we're I think it applies to generally as well as for the fashion. Business really workforce development is looking at both the skill needs of employers to be able to remain competitive and You know produce. In the case of manufacturing produce their product sufficiently and it's also the need for skill development for job seekers and training programs that address those needs and allows people to earn a living wage and have a good quality job. So it's really both both those things in the apparel manufacturing sector there are lots of challenges around that A lot of that related to the store. Ecole offshoring of the industry And then some such subsequent growth in some reassuring but really different challenges and needs a major real estate crisis here in New York City and so I think a lot of apparel manufacturers are in what I would call survival mode They're not really able to focus much on training their incumbent workforce as they probably would like to. They're wearing so many hats they're juggling so many things they're dealing with a rising rents many of them have to move multiple times because they're Leeson's and they try to fund a new lease so they're just many many pain points for Apparel Manufacturers in particular and that's an area where I've tried to focus on providing some assistance to those companies. Now is it normal for a state to provide this? Is this something. That's in all fifty. It's actually really unusual and when I meet with people in other states there especially manufacturers. They're kind of jealous that. Wd exists in New York state. So the way our funding works is that we We're funded by the state Senate and so- senators Put Our budget request into the state budget every year and hopefully Nine Times edits ahead and we. We don't get cut at all and the GOVERNOR OKAYS OUR BUDGET. And so that's that's how that works but we are an independent nonprofit but we do rely on The state legislature who CNN. For the work that we do and so have continued to push for that support for us. We're grateful for that. So many of our listeners are from other states. Would it be possible for another state to also fund your organization and and get your resources into their? I mean we are very much near state. Focus but certainly We DO GET INVOLVED. Nationally in some initiatives so we we look at Look workforce strategies and we some of our staff do attend conferences and other states and kind of share our lessons learned here in New York. Stay so we're Very happy to share expertise and You Know Lease Organization of the Urban Manufacturing Alliance Was at their conference in Pittsburgh a year and a half ago. And so I you know we. We do kind of collaborate with folks in other states that are doing related work and try and share best practice and this may be pretty obvious question but why does the fashion business need workforce development. What's why do people need to be trained for for new jobs in the fashion business? Well for anybody sure. Why don't someone else someone else can weigh in? And I can jump in after that. I think when we talk about made in. Us initiatives in this country You know trade union professionals manufacturers all talk about the bottleneck being just a labor shortage in general and I think very simply put. That's because a lot of people don't WANNA working garment factories. They they have the vision of that as like Norma. Rae Standing on top of the you know the the spinning machine. And it's not that anymore so I think that's one problem and I think the second problem is that there's new equipment coming into factories and that requires people to have different skill sets than they might have had being a traditional sewing machine operator or cutter on a factory floor. The other thing I would add is much of the sustained job losses that were faced by the manufacturing sector came from a parallel textile. And still there are families that over generations watch watched opportunities get washed out So that's I think fueling in part the perception gap that there aren't opportunities Associated with the sewn trades and then additionally when you have job losses of those Of that magnitude You have a workforce apparatus that gets dismantled and so we have a lot of rebuilding to do as a city And really this is true of cities. Nationally To reinvigorate Not only the hearts and minds of people thinking about opportunities in this own trades but also the underlying workforce infrastructure that supports those firms. And I think also we're seeing right. Now is a resurgence of small lot production which is really where. New York City thrives. We've ton of small factories can get quick production into the market. And what we're faced with right now is a generational gap. We have sores. Were aging out of the workforce. And nobody's coming up behind them so if we're going to continue to be able to keep up with the demand of small production we do need to be looking forward. The people who are going to be retiring and replacing them in the workforce. And if somebody goes into this as their job if they get the training is it going to be a good paying job for a long time? Because I think that would be a question most people would have. I won't I'm going to be trained to be a professional sewer that is is that a career absolutely. It's a great job and the sewers. I mean at me mill so me Mills. I work within the Millennium Mills Office in Sunset Park so we are kind of a for profit nonprofit partnership and our soldiers have been with us for fifteen years and they're amazing they get paid well and they get benefits and I think that's increasingly becoming the norm. I feel as if there needs to be new value or renewed value. Put on sewing pattern making and just the trade in general. So what made you was it? What made you identify this need and start to train. And how did you? How did you even start the training? Can I call it a school or kind of all came about when we moved out to sunset park and you know I had been working in a garment production factory before this bridal and then moved over to handling Molina's production and I really wanted to open my own factory and I I couldn't find people to so and I was trying to navigate this very complex way of word of mouth trying to find through our sewers and other sewer who might know someone who might know somebody else who needed a job for a week you know. It's this really really cumbersome process and what I realized was the people who were hiring were in their sixties and they WANNA and worked for two days a week and that's not really what we needed. We needed a full-time sour and we need multiple fulltime sewers. So I came up with this program I it's built in modules and it's in three languages currently so I can train in Spanish Mandarin and English in part. Because of the millennials team We Have Cantonese Mandarin and Spanish speakers on staff so they really helped me a ton and it's been incredibly gratifying to see how people take to selling and the confidence that comes with it and how factories where we play students are responding to it. I think people are really excited to get new people in and help them and foster their development and I just like to add that so. Wd I funded Course of trade. Because we saw that I mean I've been visiting garment factories for the last four years and I'm consistently hearing about a need for skilled sewers In my kind of investigations into this Really students aren't learning those industrial skills anymore. And even at the C. T. E. Highschool secured at technical education high schools. Students are learning some of those skills. But they're really really. They're all choosing to go into a career as a fashion designer for the most part so there hasn't been that emphasis on those industrial skills as much as there was in the past. So there's been a real lack of training programs. I spent a couple years trying to look into. What are the training programs How could we put something together? Is there a factory that would loan their space in the evening or could we do it at the high school? Fit's labs are so oversubscribed. It's very difficult to schedule. Training programs they are for adult learners. So got introduced to Libyan heard about the training that she had developed and we were really excited to put some funding toward that to be able so so that she could train more people and fill more of those open roles. Lisa helped us get sixteen new machines which is

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Former UAW President Charged With Conspiring to Embezzle Union Funds

WBZ Midday News

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Former UAW President Charged With Conspiring to Embezzle Union Funds

"Well the former president of the United auto workers union charged with embezzling more than a million dollars from union coffers according to the indictment former UAW president Gary Jones along with regional director Vance Pearson and other union officials fraudulently obtained hundreds of thousands of dollars of U. A. W. funds arranging a master account with hotels across the country used for union conferences and meetings but then diverted hundreds of thousands of dollars of U. A. W. funds for the personal benefit of select cedar UAW officials some of the money was also allegedly funneled to vendors for cigars clothing and golf outings Ribeiro

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Supreme Court Pipeline Fight Could Disrupt The Appalachian Trail

Environment: NPR

07:43 min | 7 months ago

Supreme Court Pipeline Fight Could Disrupt The Appalachian Trail

"We're going to spend the next few minutes talking about Supreme Court case and the group that feels caught between the two sides. If it's ever built the Atlantic coast pipeline would run six hundred miles and carry natural gas from West Virginia North Carolina and Virginia. Between Start Finish is a big physical barrier the Blue Ridge mountains and what has become a potential legal barrier the Appalachian trail environmental groups who oppose the pipeline have challenged the legality of a forest service permanent allowing the pipeline to cross the trail. The people who manage the trails say that challenge took them by surprise and they warn the ruling in favor of those environmental groups could up in the trails complicated management structure. Npr's Becky Sullivan explains Do you want to uh. Let's go this way earlier. This month I came out to the spot on the trail where the Atlantic coast pipeline may one day cross. It's about an hour west of Charlottesville right up on a mountain ridge. The George Washington National Forest. The trail is just a dirt footpath winding through trees. That are all bear because it's February from up here you can see out into the valley to the north. I met Andrew Downes a senior regional director for the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. That's the private organization that oversees the day to day management of the trail the coordinates efforts between federal and state agencies and the boots on the groundwork of regional groups and volunteers. So the the orange you think that orange flags are marking this. It's it's about in the right area and I've been out here probably a dozen times as we're walking along the trail. Andrew Downes wants to make one thing clear the Appalachian Trail. Conservancy is not opposed to this pipeline. They don't support it but they also don't oppose that's not to say that there aren't direct impacts from Atlanta 'cause pipeline to the show there are our analysis led us to the conclusion that the scope and range of those impacts did rise to the level requiring opposition for one the pipeline would cross under the trail about seven hundred feet underground it would enter and exit on private land off the national forest. You would see a clear pathway around the pipeline off in the distance and if we were standing in True Wilderness Andrew. Johns says that might be caused for but standing on the trail here. It's not exactly wilderness. We're looking at. The view is already dotted with what he calls impacts houses roads fields all sorts of things cutting through the trees below all the visual impacts that we see for the you know this kind of wilderness experience. The best way to do that is for all those things not to exist in this natural enforced in landscape. But the reality is you know. We're here. The Blue Ridge Parkway here people's homes are here and this is part of the society we live in the Appalachian trail. Conservancy runs on this kind of pragmatism. It's part of the deal when you're coordinating multiple federal and state agencies with the effort of thirty plus regional clubs and thousands of volunteers. The conservancy has been doing this work for almost a century so well before the Appalachian trail was brought under federal management as part of the national trails system in the nineteen sixties. But they were not part of this litigation what happens is is people want to stop a pipeline oftentimes for good reasons and they. WanNa use every tool available To do that. The question before the court centers around who is allowed to grant a permit for pipeline like this on federal land because the pipeline would cross the trail in a national forest the four service granted permits the pipeline company. The Forest Service doesn't have the authority to grant a permit across the National Park and though the trail is managed day today by the Appalachian Trail. Conservancy it is technically a part of the National Park. System Noah Sachs is a professor of environmental law at the University of Richmond. He's been watching this case so if in fact the Appalachian trail is part of the national park system then the Forest Service had no authority to authorize this tunneling underneath it for the Atlantic coast pipeline. That's the argument and environmental group. Used to challenge the Forest Service permit the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals agreed and they revoked the permit. The pipeline company has appealed. So that's really the crux of the issue. That's before the Supreme Court on Monday. The issue of on the ground authority over the Appalachian trail has never been questioned in this way before. Trail officials say this worries them because of the way they manage the trail because it causes so many different kinds of lands federal state parks forest even some privately owned land. The Appalachian trail conservancy has relied on decades of precedent policies and understanding. In order to do its work. It's not that it would all come crashing down tomorrow. But Supreme Court ruling could potentially trigger along bureaucratic process if reexamining and reestablishing many of the policies and procedures that have effectively been in place for more than fifty years and that process could disrupt the trails everyday management needs until her retirement last December Rita. Hennessy was the administrator of the national trail system. That's the office within the park. Service that oversees these types of national trails. The Fourth Circuit's ruling in two thousand eighteen caught her by surprise the fact that it was identifying the Appalachian trail corridor as part of the National Park Service. That's what was most surprising that that's not how we have managed the national trails system for fifty years. And is he told me. She immediately worried about the domino effects when I asked how a Supreme Court decision to uphold might affect the administration of the Appalachian Trail and is he reeled off a series of policies that could be thrown into doubt issues of environmental compliance land-management acquiring lands trail maintenance volunteer use. You get the idea. She'll be watching the arguments Monday with some nervousness because any decision by the Supreme Court could change things for the trail you know having worked with national trails for my whole thirty year career and beyond that it it. It's something that's out there that that is just looming and were not sure how it's going to be decided. The trail conservancy says they are already seen complications. From the case they say the four service recently asked them to put on pause every trail maintenance project they had plans that would take place on national forest land. This summer the forest service declined to comment because of the ongoing litigation. The Southern Environmental Law Center is the Environmental Group leading the litigation in response to trail. Officials concerns attorney. Dj Gherkins says the question before the court is so narrow that it will not affect trail management. No one should worry that the outcome of this case is going to affect the cooperative management that has been part of the Appalachian trails success and should be going forward no matter how the court rules. It's not the end of the road for the Atlantic coast pipeline or for the environmental groups who oppose it. The pipeline company is lobbying Congress for a special permit and Gherkins. Group has won several other challenges to the pipeline. That will still pose obstacles regardless of how this case turns out for the trail. This is the big one Andrew Downes with the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. There are a lot of organizations who are focused on protecting the environment Litigating broad focused environmental issues and I applaud those folks but there's only one organization the whole world that's dedicated solely to the Appalachian trail and we have to make sure that our decision process reflects that that level of Focus. Because if it's not us that speak for the trail and only the trail in no one else will oral arguments for the case. Take place Monday. The court is expected to rule this summer becky Sullivan NPR

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"regional director" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:06 min | 9 months ago

"regional director" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Texas department of public safety regional director Jeff Williams said a new state law allowing loaded weapons inside churches probably saved a lot of lives they cannot be overstated how important it is that everyone recognize what took place here today the citizens who were inside the church at least save two hundred and forty two other solutions former senior pastor of the church echoed that sentiment he said we lost two great men today but it could have been a lot worse Russia's president Vladimir Putin spoke with president trump by phone yesterday discussing counterterrorism efforts and matters of mutual interest cording to a Kremlin read out of the call project like in reports the call was initiated by Moscow to thank the U. S. for terrorism tip off this phone call I think the one of great importance Vladimir Putin apparently thanked president trump for a tip off that the FTP FBI gave it to Russian intelligence services which led to the arrest of two people in the Saint Petersburg area apparently those two people were planning a terrorist attacks in Saint Petersburg on new year's eve so the Russians are saying they are very grateful for that tip off the call apparently was the first between pope men trump since July a federal judge in Phoenix has refused to dismiss all other charges against an Arizona man who helped to others stage an attack in Dallas we get more from Dennis Martin of dole Monique a bill cutting claimed he deserved another trial because the FBI with filled surveillance video the wood approved he did not provide weapons and training to his roommates were killed while attacking a Dallas area a prophet Mohammed cartoon contest in twenty fifteen the judge ruled that video would have done no such thing however she did decide to Kareem should get a new trial on one charge transporting weapons across state lines Dennis Martin KLIF news a pregnant woman was stabbed to death in her home near Austin and her brother of former U. T. San Antonio football player has been charged with her murder deputies found thirty two year old Jennifer the beach B. excuse me Jennifer he be keys body on the kitchen floor the victim's twin brother told authorities that he received a text message from his sister stating that their other brother was having a crisis according to the Austin American statesman according to a witness twenty five year old Michael egg while grew left the home smiling and holding a bloody kitchen knife saying I killed Jennifer he walked into the street and knelt down he is in jail on half a million dollars bond authorities say to workers cleaning a chemical tank at a business near Houston died after apparently becoming overcome by fumes deputies were sent to the plant during the weekend in Pasadena just southeast of Houston they found two men dead at the scene witnesses told deputies that the man had climbed inside the tank to clean it the sheriff's office hasn't said what kind of chemical was involved or name to the business.

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Texas church shooting: Two fatally shot before gunman killed by churchgoer

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 9 months ago

Texas church shooting: Two fatally shot before gunman killed by churchgoer

"Shooting at a church near fort worth Texas leaves three people dead including the gunman as you heard from CBS parishioners inside the west freeway church of Christ returned fire and killed the suspect officials say they're volunteer members of the church is security team there's Texas department of public safety regional director Jeff Williams citizens who

Regional Director Fort Worth Texas CBS Church Of Christ Texas Jeff Williams
"regional director" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"regional director" Discussed on 600 WREC

"About this fatal church shooting years more the details coming out on that when turned over the regional director the chip Williams for any questions you might have regarding this I do wanna saying command the chief of police as men and women clearly there road because the governor said in a question about it as well as all the law enforcement community came together but the the church community there's a responded still the the heroes today and for questions regarding that we can't answer I'm gonna wait therefore we can correct answer those I knew my name is Jeff Williams thank you again for coming I want to echo the comments that have already been made here tonight they cannot be overstated how important it is that everyone recognize what took place here today the citizens who were inside the church undoubtedly saved two hundred and forty two other portions and it might get swept aside in this whole conversation about active shooter response and god knows law enforcement is done a whole bunch of will to make a response better we needed to do that but we're starting to find out that as you can imagine over half of these are over before we get there and I want to commend the chief and his department's there their response was I mean it's never going to get faster than that it was miraculous so the true heroes in this from the people who were sitting in those views today responded the immediate respond is the save their fellow citizens and I just can't overstate how critical that is for everyone to recognize it is truly heroic and let him by the way this.

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Large Parts of Pacific Ocean Reopened for Trawling

Environment: NPR

02:22 min | 9 months ago

Large Parts of Pacific Ocean Reopened for Trawling

"Decades of overfishing destroyed much of the fish stocks off America's west coast hardest hit were species known as groundfish trawlers dragged up in their nets in the year. Two thousand thousand large parts of the Pacific Ocean were declared disaster zones and close to trawlers devastating the industry now nearly two decades later fish stocks. It's have rebounded and come new year's Day. Thousands of square miles of ocean will reopen. It's a success story. Being celebrated by both fishermen and environmentalists mental. Ists who worked together to bring back the fish Brad petting her is a longtime trawler. Captain who operates off the coast of Oregon. He worked the seas. When Rock Fish Sole Ole and perch were abundant basically had industry that arose bringing up to two hundred two hundred and forty million pounds of fish across the docks and that was dropped probably by quarter interesting a couple of years after the government declared the area a disaster zone conservationist fishermen and fish processors worked through council to save the fish and the the fishing industry initially the different groups? Were at loggerheads says petting her. Who served on the council? But they worked out a plan. Fish quotas were cut. Dramatically trawlers colors went from pulling in nine million pounds of fish down to one hundred thousand pounds per year. It put many out of business. It was just. It was a bad bad environment No one's making money. It was a dark time would be the best way to put it. Those fishermen who stayed in the game had to change how they fished their nets dragged in unwanted wanted fish and sea life that had to be tossed overboard. Discourses probably anywhere from twenty to forty percent depending on the species and really no one one of that bottom trawlers crawlers modified their nets to allow small fish to escape they avoided rocky areas. Where fish breed that their nets could permanently damage and they stuck to quotas that are strictly monitored server or a camera on the vessel assures that the Fisher accounted for? And there's no discards happening that that uh-huh or being seen and so really. We got a science right early on chance Chad. The regional director for the Environmental Defense Fund Ocean Program says as a result fish stocks rebounded decades earlier than expected. He called the efforts a conservation homerun according to Judd. It's the biggest environmental story that no one knows about and now you

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"regional director" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"regional director" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Here's WCBS reporter Steve burns. It was back in two thousand nine under governor Corzine that New Jersey I enacted paid family leave governor Christie resisted efforts to expand it. But now with governor Murphy in charge, plain and simple more new Jerseyans, especially young families, welcoming a child will have. Greater flexibility workers can now take up to twelve weeks off to care for a newborn or sick family member up from six weeks payouts are also increasing eighty five percent of a worker's wage up to a certain amount starting in July twenty twenty we know that more time spent bonding with a child could lead to a better long term outcome for that child expansion hasn't been without its opponents. It'll be a larger chunk coming out of employees paychecks to fund it, and some business groups have said this combined with the minimum wage increase is too much. Murphy isn't concerned saying employers are starting to realize the value of a happy secure workforce. Morale goes up productivity goes up. More money goes into the system with the governor in Piscataway, Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty NYU says it's new tuition free medical school on Long Island will open in July. The first class will have twenty four students. They'll only have to pay for housing and books which comes out to about twenty six thousand dollars the school offer a three year program instead of the usual four it'll focus on training primary care doctors, most NYU medical students in Manhattan study. Become specialists or researchers HUD, regional director Lynn Patton got a firsthand taste of what it's like to live in Nitra housing today. Patent? Enter group got stuck.

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"regional director" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"regional director" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Get this Bank straight talk to f-. Keep Cologne g slaughter. Whole name dislike Tanja chain tangent tangent. Jane greek. My momma name name myself to. One one. With me, Nicole booth phone with the regional director. Caribbean Caribbean for medical marijuana was named minorities for medical marijuana? She'd been elevated elevated promoted lifted elevated elevated not to be confused with higher. Not to be confused with Medicated. You saw good. This this. Okay. The world is changing. Rapidly. Yes. In front of us. They're opportunities for black people to be able to monetize that which has been used to criminalize us for the last hundred years or so eighty years or so whatever. It would seem to me to black people might be interested in what's happening. Flipping the script on this thing. Absolutely yet Tange e. Mentioned there's some very important pointers in the Bill that people should know about. And you want to expand on absolutely Saturday. Jane? Santa monica. So. Yeah. So the ham farm Bill is amazing because you now have a ten million dollars a year that they're giving in grant money. So first of all what he did was a change. How much are you ten million a year? What they did was they moved him CD from schedule one schedule five. So what that means is the lead. Yeah. That was a big deal because I. They wouldn't be they move what? Now, they moved him. They moved removed him. Countable exactly heart of cannabis that is less than three percents. Percents Greenlee important, schedule fact, exactly yes. Interesting exactly on schedule one to schedule five as what they did was open it up and now you can get loans from the Bank now, you can get grant money. Now, there's research and development provision inside of the hemp farmville that allow you to grow it on your property, and then sell it to the government for research purposes. Like, there's so many provisions for research purposes. Exactly buck just see Forty-five. There's some more research. I like that one. The other one, oh, I like that one don't get me a whopper in a happy meal. Is allowing you can now get insurance on it. That was a big deal for farmers. They normally all of their crop and have no backup. They have no way to reap. The you know, if weather comes in. We looking at complete legalisation, basically, it's legal now. And that's the thing in you mean completely glaciation of the whole plant. Maybe federally. Absolutely. But this is now federally legal. So that's important for everyone to know. This is now. Okay. So you worrying about your state laws, and that's important, but this deal fair. Trump's stay all day like less pay that better role is now is now federally legal to grow hemp. It is now federally legal to have him season. Every part of the Hampton can be used from the roots to the season stocks that the buzz everything every part of it can be utilized for something. And there's a pipeline that needs to be CD distribution is huge. So all of that needs to be discussed. And and that's where education now, listen, I am so glad my other colleague joined us, and I will introduce her when we get back because she is produced. Tell you about what those other avenues look like because there are so many opportunities in this in this industry for us to get in. Now, y'all wake pay attention to what's happening. News talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. Payday atlanta..

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"regional director" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"regional director" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"He's also published multiple development courses on plural site and you to me and Dan is a Docker captain. A Google GD, a Microsoft MVP and regional director and speaks at conferences and user groups around the world. Dan's written several books on web technologies, hundreds of technical articles and blog posts and runs the code with Dan web development newsletter, a great way to stay up on the latest technologies. Follow Dan on Twitter at Dan while lean welcomed in, hey, guys career to be back. Great to have you just going to do the stats for you here. This'll be your eighth solo show with us. You've Allston call of panel discussions over the years, but you also did two shows on the tablet show including show number two, which I believe is your personal best work because the title of the show was resist the drama, the. Great. Tober twenty eleven the fallout over silver light and everybody's screaming about several. Remember that. Yeah, in walked Mr., wellbeing going. You guys need to calm down. You just need to calm down. Yeah, it was a rough time for a lot of folks though I will admit. Yeah, but, but we got through it, right. I can't tell you doing the research for the history of dot net. So there's some pieces I can't talk about right now. We're still trying to figure out how they all go together. But the only thing crazier than the drama out in the world around several light was what was going on internally. Freddie that is a very mental time inside of Microsoft for Lance eight, twenty ten in Bob Mugla did the thing at PD PDC to about late twenty twelve after win eight ship that window is I think that one of the hardest times I literally referring to you as the dark times for Microsoft, and I think back to how we I mean, this is a tablet. Show existed was all of that drama. As we restarted wondering if dot net still rocked. And so. Thinking. We walked out of that diverse Bill Bill twenty. Eleven literally looked at each other. I wonder if dot net doesn't rock anymore, like what are we going to do in this was our backup plan, and you were number two. Was second show that was a long time ago. I do remember it though because that was kind of a key topic, which by the way, I think applies to pretty much anything in life right in thing apart and you can either freak out or you can say, hey, it is what it is. Let's move on to whatever we can do. Yeah. Just gotta. Go find the cheese again. Xactly our skills are skills in. You're not going away. You can do a lot. Yeah. What do you work in on my friend? What? What moves you? These days will still doing a lot of Docker stuff that's kind of a give. And now it's sort of baked into the process if you will do a lot of front end stuff as well. Hopefully in the near future, I don't. I don't know about the time we you publish the show. It'd be done but have a product. We're going to be release. Leasing four kind of some live hands on type stuff that were on and. It's all front end with a well, obviously a back end as well. But one of the cool things I've been doing there, it's open source product. You can also they have a dashboard..

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"regional director" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"regional director" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"People to keep a close eye for dangerous regional director Eric says if you see a kid in a locked hot car yes break that Wendo. We have to do whatever it takes charge there's no time to waking those efforts in. Houston a three year old. Died after being left in a daycare van Michael. Board NewsRadio twelve hundred w while, the thermometer. In your car says, it's over, one hundred degrees outside that payment gets much hotter to the, touch the Paul berry with the city's transportation department has they're not worried about damage. To the roads the bigger concern we have is far employees in trying to make sure that they stay. Hydrated And where sunscreen and and just, protect themselves eases the asphalt's more than three hundred degrees so until it gets, that hot the roads won't be damaged by the heat a, very special exhibition called portraits of courage commander-in-chief's tribute to America's warriors opens tomorrow. At the witty it's a series of paintings by former President George W Bush a wounded Iraq. And Afghan war veterans like sergeant John falcon bury a fair oaks ranch it was pretty exciting Our both from Lennon Both have made some decisions. That were very similar. Obviously at different levels sergeant falcon berry says it was an honor to be among, those painted by President Bush, Missouri governor Mike Parsons asking for prayers for the victims of last. Night's duck boat tragedy Power to make, sure that we provide the resources needed to last for all Missouri Thoughts and their prayers families with us at least seventeen people are dead. Including children after that boat. Ride on a lake close to Branson sunk last night parson told reporters this. Morning it's too early in the investigation to determine what caused the boat to sink and but the stone county sheriff said the boat went down in about forty feet. Of water during. A storm then, rolled into eighty feet of water before resting upright secretary of state Mike Pompeo says there will be no. Easing of international sanctions as North Korean nuclear talks continue speaking at the UN today Pompeo said. The Security Council's United behind efforts to get final fully verified denuclearization in North Korea he also warned the path. To denuclearization will be long and difficult breaking news on the hour at the half and..

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"regional director" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"regional director" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Something regional director and well says it can happen to anyone she locked her, own, kid in a car. Rock There's no way I can choose Minutes to. Cause serious harm to a child so if you see a kid locked in a, hot car, and nobody is around she says. It's important to break that window Michael board NewsRadio twelve hundred, w when it gets this hot you can see. The heat radiating off the pavement but Paul berry, with the city's transportation department says even if it makes it past one hundred degrees for several days won't damage the highways. Down at about three hundred degrees so until it, gets up to about that. Level we really are too concerned He says they're more worried about the road repair crews so after work in this heat authorities. In Missouri or raising the death toll to seventeen and last night's duck boat accident close to Branson assume county sheriff Doug raiders had. Divers recovered the bodies of four more victims after. Search efforts resumed this morning the boat. Carrying thirty, one people capsized and sank during a thunderstorm, last night investigators say the passengers who die ranged in, age from one to seventy cleanup is underway all across central Iowa after twenty seven tornadoes were reported yesterday seventeen people. Were hurt as those storms tore through the area demolishing homes and flipping over cars, I was, governor tweeted out her prayers for. Everyone impacted by the twisters and for the emergency crews responding, to the victims Russian President Vladimir Putin's planning a. Trip to the White House so he and President, Trump can meet once again the administration confirms president asked national security adviser John Bolton to invite Putin to Washington in the. Fall and those discussions are already underway a collection, of paintings of Iraq and Afghan war veterans painted by a former President George W Bush goes on display starting tomorrow, at the, witty sergeant John falcon Barry fair oaks ranch was. Wounded in two thousand seven among the. Subjects is, as he met the former president at one, of his veterans golf events every one of these paintings, here his soldiers have been able to develop a relationship with the. President We've touched each other's lives at some point Volcan. Vary says it was an honor to be painted by the former president the, exhibition, is called. Portrait's encourage.

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"regional director" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"regional director" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Urging people to keep a close. Eye for dangerous regional director Eric says, if you see a kid, in a locked hot car yes break. That Wendo we have to. Do whatever it takes to say. There's no time to waiting to take those efforts in Houston a three year old died after being left in a daycare van Michael. Board NewsRadio. Twelve hundred w very. Special exhibition called. Portrait's of courage a commander-in-chief's tribute. To. America's warriors opens tomorrow. The witty it's a series. Of paintings by former President George W Bush. Wounded Iraq and Afghan, war, veterans like sergeant John falcon I'm Barry fair oaks ranch is pretty exciting, to be honest we're both from Midland and we both have, made, some Life decisions that were very, similar obviously a different levels, sergeant fall can vary says it was an honor to be among. Those painted, by President. Bush Missouri governor Mike. Parsons asking for. Prayers for the victims of last night's duck boat tragedy The other thing without power to, make sure that we provide, the resources needed to complete this and to last for all Missourians For their thoughts and their. Prayers families, visits at least seventeen people died including children after a duck boat ride. On a lake near Branson sunk last night Israel says it's defense forces are launching a massive attack on the, Gaza Strip efforts soldiers came under fire at attack against eight moss positions throughout the Gaza Strip includes Israeli fighter jets and tanks at least four Palestinians were reportedly killed in the attack the. UN's called on Israel to step back from the brink after several recent border clashes breaking..

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"regional director" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"regional director" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Shot to the head here's regional director with the texas department of public safety freeman martin yesterday kassian with all active shooter situations the number one goal of all portman his to neutralize the shooter in this situation we had two good temerity that did that poor law enforcement call went out with an acute or call responding but we know that local red devil its profit from the church what was going on the armed himself with pay all assault rifle gave for suspect today because you're at the church we know the suffering quite shop even if at rival chapter his gortat traditionally fled the scene script the burden heart checked zero flagged down another young man from taking texas and and and jumped in his vehicle and they pursued the suspect they pursue wait we winnowed during that pursue the suspect used his cellphone to notify his father that he had been shot i didn't think he was going to make it subsequently the shot himself after the shooter left the church he was confronted and shot by an armed resident stephane wolford after the shooter was shot he called this father telling him he didn't think he was going to make it and that's when the gunmen shot himself the shooter was also shot in the leg and torso by the armed citizen stephane wolford the.

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"regional director" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"regional director" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A selfinflicted shot to the head fears regional director with the texas department of public safety freeman martin yesterday kassian with all active shooter situations the number one goal of all forcement to neutralize the shooter in this situation we had two good samaritan that law enforcement scott went out with an extratime beautiful responding precedent with process prefecture one the armed himself with it all assault rifle for suspect day to your church not packed with a job yes assault rifle shot at escorting fled the scene the american heart texas he rolled down another young man from taking texas and again jumped in his vehicle when they pursued the suspect they pursue we know during that pursue this aspect used his home to notify his father that he had been shot i didn't think he was going to make it subsequently shot himself after the shooter left the church he was confronted and shot by an armed resident stephane wolford after the shooter was shot he called this father telling him he didn't think he was going to make it and that's when the gunmen shot himself the shooter was also shot in the leg and torso body armed citizen stephane wolford the us air force and department of defense said they are probing how records of a domestic violence conviction the government had receive well thing the air force which would have disqualified the shooter frye owning a firearm under federal law or handled the us air force acknowledged it did not appropriately relate the shooters court martial conviction for domestic assault to civilian law enforcement as required and a statement from the air force said quote initial information indicates that kelly's domestic violence offence was not entered into the national criminal information center database by the an air force base office of special investigations the.

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"regional director" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"regional director" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Shot to the head here's regional director with the texas department of public safety freeman martin yesterday with all active shooter situations the number one goal of all forcement his to neutralize the shooter in this situation we had to good temerity that hit that poor law enforcement call went out of the night interpol lawful responding but we know that the lawful rest lift prospering from the church perk what was going on the armed himself with an assault rifle gig the suspect today watch your effort we know the cia when he gets assault rifle jumped in his ford expedition had fled the scene this gets the baird and heart texas hero flagged down another young man from taking texas and and and jumped in his vehicle and they pursued the suspect they khorasan wait we know during that pursuit to suspect used his cell phone to notify his father that he had been shot at didn't think he was gonna make it subsequently he shot himself after the shooter left the church he was confronted in shot by an armed resident stephane wolford afghan shooter was shot he called his father telling him he didn't think he was going to make it and that's when the gunmen shot himself the shooter was also shot in the leg and torso by the armed citizen pulled up it was conducted this morning who who day he does he sustained gunshot wounds will from the citizen what are those within the legacy of torso aiming at a young gun show woon worse the medical examiner delivery of self inflicted the us air force and department of defense said they are probing how records of a domestic violence conviction the gunman had received while india force which would have disqualified shooter from owning a firearm under federal law were handled the us air force acknowledge it did not appropriately rely the shooters court martial conviction for domestic assault to seville in law enforcement as required and a statement from the air force said quote initial information indicates that kelly's domestic violence offence was not entered into the national criminal information center or database by the home in airforce base office of special investigations the shooter.

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"regional director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"regional director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Texas church shooting freeman martin regional director of the texas department of safety said the 26 churchgoers who were gunned down yesterday ranged in age from eighteen months to seventy seven years old of the twenty who were injured ten or hospitalized in critical condition also investigators have a church video of the massacre and found two handguns inside suspect devon kelly's vehicle this is in addition to the rifle found inside the church as for motive law enforcement not ready to go into exactly what with the suspect was thinking of this time but said that in this appears to stem from a domestic related infant at his motherinlaw attended this church and they've recently he had spent threatening text messages they were told to her authorities say law enforcement went to kelly's home three years ago to investigate a domestic violence complaint involving him and his then girlfriend this according to correspondent diane gallagher onscene and the fourteen year old daughter her of the church's pastor and his wife is being mourned to share in pomerai saying that addition to in addition to a daughter annabel every victim was like family at the turkey lost more than bell yesterday and one thing that gives me a sliver of encouragement is the fact that bell was surrounded yesterday by her church family that she loves fiercely and vice versa churches visiting pastor was also among the dead sheriff tack had said that the eight members of one family a relative in a community leader of those relatives spanned three generations and include a woman who was about five months pregnant along with three of her children and the massacre has guncontrol advocates renewing their call with greater urgency it's just a matter of will and frankly it's about whether or not members of congress and in certain state legislatures across this country have the will to do what is right to stand up for humanity massachusetts attorney general more healy wbz news time to own three out to the roads would go check your ride every ten minutes when he four seven subaru retailers.

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"regional director" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"regional director" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Vigil attendees including taxes governor greg abbott lit candles some western out and others hugged sunday night they could see the church sign lit up an emergency lights flashing authorities say twenty six people were killed and about twenty wounded in the attack authorities in taxes offering more details about the suspect in a deadly church shooting the the part for the public safety regional director freeman martin says of the suspect are they shooter was dressed all in black wearing tactical gear in a ballistic best when he arrived in the neighboring gas station around eleven twenty a m southern springs is about thirty five miles south east of san antonio gas prices are on the rise fuel price analyst trilby lundberg says it mode tourists could see gasoline prices continue to climb in the coming days that certain hall felt pressure that uh we killers and marketers pay get go up again friday and these have not been passed the pump fell they are cramped these marketers meet keller we'll have to try to pass that through number says the average price of a gallon of regulargrade gasoline nationally has risen to two dollars fifty eight cents per gallon this kind of look at east and a low of 48 state the high in san francisco bay area three twenty five for regular and the lowest fashion rouge to fourteen you'll rice analyst trilby lundberg kentucky senator rand paul was roughed up at his home and call was allegedly blindsided at his home by a fifty nine year old neighbor after the two had an argument police arrested the man and charged him with one count and fourthdegree assault the kentucky senator suffered a minor injury in a spokesperson said he's.

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"regional director" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"regional director" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Pudding texas governor greg abbott lit candles some wept and that and others hugged sunday night they could see the church sign lit up an emergency lights flashing authorities say twenty six people were killed and about twenty wounded in the attack authorities in taxes offering more details about the suspect in the deadly church shooting department of public safety regional director freeman martin says of the suspect are they shooter was dressed all in black wearing tactical year in a ballistic best when he arrived in the neighboring gas station around eleven twenty a m southern springs is about thirty five miles south east of san antonio gas prices are on the rise fuel price analyst trilby lundberg says it motorist could see gasoline price is this continue to climb in the coming days that certain wholesale felt pressure that uh lee and marketers hey did go up again friday and these have not been with the pump so they are cramped these marketers meet keller we'll have to try to pass that through lundberg says the average price of a gal in the regular grade gasoline nationally has risen to two dollars fifty eight cents per gallon this kind of look cities and a low of 48 state the high in san francisco bay area three twenty five for regular and the lowest batch on rouge to fourteen you'll rice analyst trilby lundberg kentucky senator rand paul was roughed up at his home in call was allegedly blindsided at his home by a fifty nine year old neighbor after the two had an argument police arrested the man and charged him with one count of fourthdegree assault the kentucky senator suffered a minor injury in a spokesperson said.

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"regional director" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"regional director" Discussed on KTRH

"In the london two during the morning's rush hour investigated as an act of terrorism let's go to abc news now for the latest calling it an healing cowardly attack london mayor city khan is urging people in his city to remain calm as police look for whoever was responsible for setting off today's improvised explosive device on board a commuter train the focus though it has to be apprehended in catching those responsible and on coal for the police service of foetal up old allies were corey they can abc's ian pannella's outside the parsons green tubes stop with the latest i win this is that i've spoken to say that they could smell an acrid fume that was emerging from this device the area is now being sealed off as a police conduct a largescale investigation this is the six terrorist attack in the uk this year alone there were about two dozen injuries many of them people rushing to get off the triasol people injured on the state from having be stampeded on on the potholed albany people hall they know that woman says she saw some with burn injuries as well a handful of burns but none of the injuries said to be lifethreatening i'm cheri preston abc news and having our news here in the lonestar state governor greg abbott getting an update on harvey recovery he says he's in regular contact with elected officials in washington and they promise to help they all are very clear that there will be multiple supplemental budgets to pay for rebuilding taxes as well as rebuilding other disaster areas theme regional director tony robinson says his agency they've been right in the mix we it over three hundred seventy eight million and direct payments to individuals have the platform distance door small business administration partners has paid out over one hundred seventy two million and the governor also says it houston in harris county has already gotten debris removal funds totalling more than one hundred thirty five million dollars consider that when you hear about the acts increase proposal while texas and florida began debris build from harvey and earn that construction industry experts warned there are not enough skilled workers that are needed for the jobs ahead us labor department reported two hundred sixty seven thousand job openings in the construction trades even before harvey hit there's no question it going to be tight for.

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