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"Top dollar for it and then invest the funds back into our news coverage. Learn more about vehicle donation at kqed dot org slash cars. I'm IRA glass. A cop pulled the guy over because his van is swerving across the road. Standing next to the man was Chimpanzee. The man said he was doing really well and then he lost control of the van. And I'm like lost control of the van. Like at What point was the chimpanzee? Really in charge of this thing? Some stories just don't fit under the Daily news shows this American life. This American life is coming your way at noon today, followed by snap judgment at one o'clock. It's time now for perspective. That's our daily listener. Commentary series Isabella Montagny upon, say, was struggling with depression. But it was the inability to talk about it that slowed her recovery. Here's her perspective. Sometimes my parents call me crazy for not controlling my emotions. When it comes to my mental health. I usually have to brush it off. It is a very uncomfortable topic in my household. In fact, we really speak about it at all. I can't really blame my parents. And this since this is something that is rarely talked about in the Latino community. I was around 14 when my depression had gotten worse. I was a freshman at Richmond High, and I was starting to lose motivation for everyday things. Sometimes it was hard to even get up from my bed. My grades were getting worse. And I didn't care. I eventually fell into unhealthy habits such as self harm. I couldn't tell my family since I knew they would just be uncomfortable and brush this off. Or they would tell me to just start acting happy. As if my emotions ran off thing on switch, my depression also terrifying topic in my home. One thing that they helped me during my dark time was reading. I would read books from school and I started reading comics on my phone. The students fired me to start writing stories of my own. I slowly began to pick up on my old hobbies, like sketching and drawing. I started to focus on those things since they made me really happy. And over time I got better has always been deeply rooted in our culture to never speak about our feelings or our mental struggles. We always have to seem tough and expressing emotions will make you seem weak. This is a mentality that has always been a part of past generations, and it keeps getting passed on to a newer generation. This is obviously unhealthy, but that is something that many older Latinos such as my parents. I've always grown up with as well. I'm pretty sure that I'm not the only person that has had to deal with this. I'm trying to spread awareness about mental health among Latino Oakland. I want this topic to be talked about more in my own community. I want other Latinos to stop denying it and instead speak up more so others can find closure and seek help. Something that I learned is not everyone can find things that can make their mental health better. I found comfort in writing random stories and sketching all that They helped me get better. Everyone heals differently, something that we should normalize in the Latino community is finding and so you can help and things such as therapy. We have mental health issues, too, and we need more help. No matter how much Those in this community want to deny it with the perspective? I'm Isabella Montagna concept Isabella Montagny upon say, is 16 years old and a junior at Richmond High School. You can share your thoughts in her commentary online at kqed dot org slash perspectives. And that's also where you can find out how to submit one of your own..

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"richmond high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:59 min | Last month

"richmond high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Affected by a collision. But The earlier crash south of Broadway in the freeway has cleared and North bound six Eddie Alum rock a collision blocking two lanes of the ramp. But the freeways open Joe McConnell for cake unity. Alright, thanks, Joe. And time Now, for a perspective, Isabella Montagny open say was struggling with depression. But it was the inability to talk about it that slowed her recovery. Here's her perspective. Sometimes my parents call me crazy for not controlling my emotions. When it comes to my mental health. I usually have to brush it off. It is a very uncomfortable topic in my household. In fact, we really speak about it at all. I can't really blame my parents. And this since this is something that is rarely talked about in the Latino community. I was around 14 when my depression had gotten worse. I was a freshman at Richmond High, and I was starting to lose motivation for everyday things. Sometimes it was hard to even get up from my bed. My grades were getting worse. And I didn't care. I eventually fell into unhealthy habits such as self harm. I couldn't tell my family since I knew they would just be uncomfortable and brush this off. Or they would tell me to just start acting happy as if my emotions were often on switch. My depression also terrifying topic in my home. One thing that did help me during my dark time was reading. I would read books from school and I started reading comics on my phone. The students fired me to start writing stories of my own. I slowly began to pick up on my old hobbies like sketching and drawing. I started to focus on those things since they made me really happy. And over time I got better has always been deeply rooted in our culture to never speak about our feelings or our mental struggles. We always have to seem tough and expressing emotions will make you seem weak. This is a mentality that has always been a part of past generations, and it keeps getting passed on to a newer generation. This is obviously unhealthy, but that is something that many older Latinos such as my parents have always grown up with, as well. I'm pretty sure that I'm not the only person that has had to deal with this. I'm trying to spread awareness about mental health among Latino teens. I want this topic to be talked about more in my own community. I want other Latinos to stop denying it and instead speak up more so others can find closure and seek help. Something that I learned is not everyone can find things that can make their mental health better. I found comfort in writing around them stories and sketching or that they helped me get better. Everyone heals differently. Something that we should normalize in. The Latino community is finding and seeking help and things such as therapy. We have mental health issues, too. And we need more help. No matter how much does in this community. Want to deny it With the perspective? I'm Isabella Montagne. You wanted Isabella Montagna. Ponsi is 16 and a junior at Richmond High School, and you can share your thoughts on her commentary online at kqed dot org slash perspectives. Support for perspectives comes from Leaf, Cabraser, Heimann and Bernstein, seeking justice for the injured victims of fraud, whistleblowers, employees and investors in the Bay Area and nationally for over four decades. Online at L c h b.

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"richmond high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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02:02 min | 4 months ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"What's trending at 402. Overdoses and opioids, one of 30% in Indiana during the pandemic. That's why two organizations are trying to make sure people getting a lock zone if they need it. Chris Davis reports. They're putting six or seven doses in what they call a no lox box is the life saving Reversal drug. David Huntzinger is chairman of the Indiana Commission to combat drug abuse when someone is overdosing from an overdose. No locks on which the person of respiratory distress he tells inside Indiana business that the Indiana family and Social Services Administration and partners overdosed lifeline. Eek had placed 26 boxes already in places where ODIs have happened. The gold now all 92 counties. Chris Davis 93. W I. B C Mobile News 19 Hoosiers have died of covert 19 7 people counted earlier have been removed from the list. Typically, that happens when the patient was counted twice or turned out to be from out of state. A student at Richmond High School has been arrested for bringing a gun to school Wednesday. School staff in a school resource officer. We're already investigating the odor of marijuana. When they found the unloaded weapon in the students back back. A couple was arrested this week for causing chaos and to Indiana airports Charlotte Kabbalah. In reports on Monday, Jonathan and Lauren Miller showed up to the Davies County airport and demanded someone fly them to Key West. At one point, Jonathan jumped onto a moving plane of the next day. The couple headed to Tri State Arrow with three Children and three strangers and toe When confronted by police, Jonathan said he and the strangers just met and he wanted to take them on vacation with his family. Lauren told police they were supposed to meet a pilot who would fly them to Florida, but could provide no evidence the pilot even existed. Both were arrested on child neglect and trespassing charges. Shyla Kabbalah 93. W I. B C Mobile news one minute away from traffic and weather. It's four or four with 24 7 customer service and guaranteed repairs. You're progressive policy works the way it's supposed to go on like this stressful meditation guide. Take a.

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"richmond high school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Hurt somebody's feelings. Is this prosecution motivated? It would be impossible for me to care less what? You are tired. A trial of the Chicago Seven. Written and directed by Aaron Sorkin. Sasha, Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne and Michael Keaton. The film is already earning Oscar Buzz. Jeff Man also Fox News. What an interesting period of term in history that wass it's now 7 26. The Corona virus has basically kept a lot of Americans from travelling as we're painfully aware of, But a new survey reveals that some are cautiously optimistic. It could change soon. Yeah. How soon New triple A survey finds 67% of Americans were actually planning some sort of vacation before the end of the year. 20% of those who haven't booked a trip yet they planned to wait until they're within a week of traveling. 80% of those planning to travel will be taking a road trip, with most likely going to destinations known for outdoor recreation and socially distance pawn. Among the top road trip destinations. Number. 10 is Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This is, according to Triple A number nine. Colorado Springs, Colorado. Number eight Phoenix, Arizona. I notice a lot of wide open spaces on this list. Number seven is Portland, Oregon. Keystone. South Dakota has sixth. Seattle is fifth number four. The beautiful climate of San Diego Los Angeles comes in at number three. Las Vegas is second and Denver, Colorado comes in at number one. In the meantime, a survey conducted by the Travel leaders Group in world Travel and tourism Counsel suggests folks are waiting for 2021. For their vacations. According to that poll, 70% of U. S. And Canadian travelers are holding off until 2021 for their next vacation. 45% of those people have already booked their trip on 54% of thinking about it. Jump destinations for 2021 include Europe, a 38%, the Caribbean at 34% and Medical at 15%. Most Americans are planning some sort of a trip before the end of the year, but they say they're going to book at real late. And they're looking for wide open spaces. Fresh air, outdoor recreation on the social distancing now 7 28. Nobody likes to go to the dentist. But a guy who won a big lottery jackpot on the way to his appointment might feel differently about that. Larry Hales was on his way to see his dentist in Garner, North Carolina when he made a quick stop at the store. He decided the value a scratch off ticket but really paid off. He scratched out the ticket literally couldn't believe his eyes When one of the $10 jumbo bucks tickets ended up being worth 750,000 bucks a winner. Hale says that he rushed home to show his wife the tickets so she could actually confirm he was seeing them right, adding. I'll bet we looked at those tickets a dozen times before it sank in. And now that he's three quarters of a million dollars richer. Hales is already making plans on how to spend the dough home repairs there first on his list, he said, And then he might buy a new car. Maybe a new truck to sew on his way to the dentist. He wins big 700. And $50,000 while and a woman who never got the chance to graduate with her high school has been given a diploma at the ripe age of 93, Thanks to her family, Eileen Delaney. Well, she would have been a member of the Port Richmond High School class in 1945, but her stepmother made her quit during her senior year so she could get a job and start paying rent. Putting food on the table. Eileen went on to marry Have six kids and her daughter, Maureen says her mom, never 12 done getting her diploma. When the family realized that her class would be celebrating their gulp 75th graduation anniversary this year, they reached out to the school principal Andrew Greenfield, and he said he was happy to help. He did, too. And he says it was the easiest and the happiest decision that he's made all year. It's now 7 30. Let's go to the roadways once again into the traffic's gonna check in with John Hamlet and John's Report from positive coaching Alliance minor accident clearing by Terrorist Avenue in 95, north family duos from company in both 95 North and Shaft down getting through the city little busy at the end of the 6 15 95 still in the clear from Earth six Getting down the route 37 Cranston Traffic on Route 37 East and westbound on off 2 95. Ether, Southern New England traffic Mom John and it got issues with you. Thor High School Sports Positive coaching Alliance can help PC, a national nonprofit offers more than 1000 free online resource is for youth and high school sports coaches, parents, students and administrators. Visit PC, a death zone dot or Here's the forecast for the weekend with storm team tended urologist Christine attorney today mostly cloudy with rain. Developing spotty showers expected before noon with steadier rain through the afternoon and evening pies reach the upper.

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"richmond high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I are blessed to live in consequential in interesting times. Almost everywhere I look, I see a crisis. I see a problem. And a little piece. I look at my beloved Reds. I was born a reds fan. I live is a Reds fan. I will die in her as a reds fan. That's it. I'm Cincinnati through and through. And we have ownership group now who's more willing to spend money and to improve the fan experience than any ownership group that has ever owned the Reds? With the least results. And so the correlation is between spending a lot of money and carrying a lot and having no results or a times pissing everybody off in winning a world championship like Marge Schott did in 1990. Dinner. And what When you look at the facts. The Reds right now are 18 and 23. There's 19 games left. The odds were small. They're going to get to the playoffs. And the odds they're small. They're going to have a winning record, which means 20 years 20 seasons, beginning with the one through now. 20 seasons, the Red's going ever winning record a total of three times In 20 years. And having not won a playoff. Siri's at any point. And I think you are as far away from that now as we've ever been, despite Bob Castellini spending more money, then any reds owner has ever spent in the history of the Reds. He spends outside the white lines. The operation run by Phil Castellani and Karen Craft is unprecedented. It's great the fan experience. Outside the white lines is wonderful. The only problem is inside the white lines. The team is terrible. Despite the best efforts Of Bob to spend all the money necessary to bring a winner. He wants to win, and if somebody told him it would've caused him another $150 million for World championship. Bob Castellani, who's a billionaire would spend another 150 million By many times in life. There's not a correlation. Between money spent and result many times. There's not a correlation of life between effort and result, although I'd rather be with individuals who care a supposed end of individual individuals that don't care in the long run. It's all about the journey, not the arrival. Everywhere I look, I see nothing but difficulties and one thing stuck with me my interview last week with John Barrett, and he certainly represents the 10 to 15 persons who are responsible for literally. The existence of the city of Cincinnati. Financially right now, you could take Procter and Gamble. Take Kroger Take Western Southern. Take the lenders Take the farmers take the Joseph's Really 10 to 15. People can kind of run those large organizations that were so proud about that underpin almost everything that happens in Cincinnati to raise money. And hire people and to give the worthy causes and do all the stuff that that those 10 to 15 persons do. John Barrett said about a week ago that a risk to Cincinnati is the political leadership. On the horizon that comes cities rise and cities fall, Cleveland rose and fell near city Rose fell rose again. They're getting ready to fall again. So it merely because you're New York City or Los Angeles with rolling power blackouts is like in Venezuela doesn't mean because you're great. You're going to be great. In the future. It doesn't mean that all persons make those decisions. So when he said, ah We have a leadership problem coming. Imagine in a year or so from now. The mayor is Peggy Sittenfeld. The prosecutor is fine on Rucker. And those on council represent the viewpoint of the Sensei Board of Education or Chris Seelbach there that that's the group in charge. Well, if that's the case, we are in big trouble. Cincinnati could go down and that's the more probable result. Every time p g. Sittenfeld his run for office, he's finished first or second. And so it is in the person that's important is the voters who put him or her there that matters. And so the big risk in our town and Cincinnati is the heart that beats the tri state. Is that we're gonna have homeless encampments that curtain. The crime will be rampant and not enforced that the education system stinks, and it will continue. That's the risk. So when you think about these kids who work hard all summer, Withrow and taken in Western Hills and walnut And data to get ready for what lies ahead. In other words, football, basketball, soccer lacrosse, Whatever it might be, in many times these kids he's 35,000 kids live in violent, horrible circumstances, So when they go to school, it's putting them out of an environment that you can't flourish in her. Find it quite difficult, and that sports is the vehicle that gets you out of the hole in which you find yourself. So the five liberal progressives who run the Board of Education in Cincinnati. I have decided that in person education doesn't matter. Not that important and that sports cannot happen. But it does happen a tailor, It does happen. It ready. It does happen. A Deer park. It does happen at Mueller. It happens all over the tristate Milford. It happens. Westchester Mason Lakota, Eastern West, it happens. So these kids You live in dysfunctional environments with no functioning family life with bullets, flying tether and throw on a regular basis. On Friday night at home. They're watching the high school follies. The highlights. Of Mahler and Elder and LaSalle and Deer Park and Finney town in Indian Hill. And all the rest. They're playing, and they watch soccer matches between saying horse align amount Notre Dame and the watching all these other kids all over the place that are playing sports and going to school. And they can't go to school. And they can't play games. They can practice Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday Friday, they can practice you everything in practice that do it a game. But the five members of the board of Education say we're not gonna let you Play your sports, but everyone else around, finds a reason and a way to get her done. Everyone does except Cincinnati public schools. They can't figure it out. Claremont County is playing. Wonderful. I talked to a kid at New Richmond, New Richmond High School. They want a game 77 to 65 playing high school football Greatest most points ever scored excitement in the community. That's great. But if you're a kid and taken or walnut or Western Hills The leadership in the city cannot figure out a way for you to go to school, much less. Play football or soccer. Girls. Soccer is terribly important to these 14 15 16 17 year old girls. Terribly important, and the board of Education with more money available than any other school district. And the tristate can figure out a way to get these kids at school. They can't figure out a way even tow. To get him to play a game on a Friday night..

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"richmond high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To live in consequential in interesting times. Almost everywhere I look, I see a crisis. I see a problem. And a little piece. I look at my beloved Reds. I was born a reds fan. I live is a Reds fan. I will die in her as a reds fan. That's it. I'm Cincinnati through and through. And we have ownership group now who's more willing to spend money and to improve the fan experience than any ownership group does ever owned the Reds? With the least results. And so the correlation is between spending a lot of money and carrying a lot and having no results or a times pissing everybody off and winning a world championship like Marge Schott did in 1990. Dinner. And what When you look at the facts. The Reds right now are 18 and 23. There's 19 games left. The odds were small. They're going to get to the playoffs. And the odds they're small. They're going to have a winning record, which means 20 years 20 seasons, beginning with the one through now. 20 seasons, the Red's going ever winning record a total of three times In 20 years and having not won a playoff. Siri's at any point. And I think for us far away from that now as we've ever been, despite Bob Castellini spending more money than any reds owners ever spent in the history of the Reds. He spends outside the white lines. The operation run by Phil Castellani and Karen Craft is unprecedented. It's great the fan experience. Outside the white lines is wonderful. The only problem is inside the white lines. The team is terrible. Despite the best efforts Of Bob to spend all the money necessary to bring a winner. He wants to win, and if somebody told him I would have caused him another $150 million for World championship. Bob Castellani, who's a billionaire would spend another 150 million But many times in life. There's not a correlation between money spent and result many times. There's not a correlation of life between effort and result, although I'd rather be with individuals who care. A supposed into individual individuals who don't care in the long run. It's all about the journey, not the arrival. Everywhere I look, I see nothing but difficulties and one thing stuck with me my interview last week with John Barrett, and he certainly represents the 10 to 15 persons. You are responsible for literally the existence of the city of Cincinnati. Financially right now, you could take Procter and Gamble. Take Kroger Take Western Southern. Take the lenders Take the farmers take the Joseph's Really 10 to 15. People can kind of run those large organizations that were so proud about that underpin almost everything that happens in Cincinnati to raise money. And hire people and to give the worthy causes and do all the stuff that that those 10 to 15 persons do. John Barrett said about a week ago that a risk to Cincinnati is the political leadership. On the horizon that comes cities rise and cities fall, Cleveland rose and fell near city Rose fell rose again. They're getting ready to fall again. So it merely because you're New York City or Los Angeles with rolling power blackouts is like in Venezuela doesn't mean because you're great. You're going to be great. In the future. It doesn't mean that all persons make those decisions. So when he said, ah We have a leadership problem coming. Imagine in a year or so from now. The mayor is Peggy Sittenfeld. Prosecutors for non Rucker. And those on council represent the viewpoint of the Sensei Board of Education or Chris Seelbach there that that's the group in charge. Well, if that's the case, we are in big trouble. Cincinnati could go down and that's the more probable result. Every time p g. Sittenfeld his run for office, he's finished first or second. And so it is in the person that's important is the voters who put him or her there that matters. And so the big risk in our town and Cincinnati is the heart that beats the tri state. Is that we're gonna have homeless encampments that the crime will be rampant and not enforced that the education system stinks, and it will continue. That's the risk. So when you think about these kids who work hard all summer, Withrow and taken in Western Hills and walnut And data to get ready for what lies ahead. In other words, football, basketball, soccer lacrosse, Whatever it might be. And many times these kids he's 35,000 kids live in violent, horrible circumstances, So when they go to school, it's putting them out of an environment that you can't flourish under Find out quite different And that's sports is the vehicle to get you out of the hole in which you find yourself. So the five liberal progressives who run the Board of Education in Cincinnati. Have decided that in person education doesn't matter. Not that important and that sports cannot happen. But it does happen a tailor, it does happen. It ready. It does happen. A Deer park. It does happen at Mueller. It happens all over the tristate Melford. It happens. Westchester Mason Lakota, Eastern West, it happens. So these kids who 11 dysfunctional environments with no functioning family life with bullets, flying tether and throw on a regular basis. On Friday night at home. They're watching the high school follies. The highlights. Of Mahler and Elder and LaSalle and Deer Park and Finney town in Indian Hill. And all the rest. They're playing, and they watch soccer matches between Sanderson Line amount Notre Dame and watching all these other kids all over the place that are playing sports and going to school. And they can't go to school. And they can't play games. They can practice Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday Friday they can practice do everything and practice that do it a game. But the five members of the board of Education say we're not gonna let you Play your sports, but everyone else around, finds a reason and a way to get her done. Everyone does except Cincinnati public schools. They can't figure it out. Claremont County is playing. Wonderful. I talked to a kid at New Richmond, New Richmond High School. They want a game 77 to 65 playing high school football Greatest most points ever scored excitement in the community. That's great. But if you're a kid and taken or walnut or Western Hills The leadership in the city cannot figure out a way for you to go to school, much less. A football or soccer. Girls. Soccer is terribly important to these 14 15 16 17 year old girls. Terribly important, and the board of Education with more money available than any other school district. In the Tri state can't figure out a way to get these kids at school. They can't figure out a way even tow. To get him to play a game on a Friday night..

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"richmond high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm David Folkenflik. We're going to continue thinking about the big question marks hovering over our lives thanks to the current pandemic. So much of American life is influenced by the rhythm of the school year for students for their families for working parents, and therefore, really for much of the larger economy. And so right now we want to turn our attention to what school look like in the fall in a minute. We'll hear from a bus driver about the challenges of getting kids to school, and we'll get some perspective from Denmark, where they've had real success in reopening schools. But first we're going to check in with Heidi history. She's a high school science teacher from Richmond, Indiana, who recently decided to rather resign after 13 years at her school, then demonstrate what she considers to be unsafe behavior to students. We read about her decision, thanks to CBS MarketWatch and wanted to learn more about what went into it, So we called her up. Heidi History. Welcome. Thank you for having me. Tell us a little bit about your school district and then tell us a bit about the plan. They offer you for reopening this fall. So my district were in a small town and the district just has one high school, which is the school that I've taught at for the last 13 years, and the plan for our district at the time that I resigned was That all students would have the option to either be virtual or to come back in person for five days a week. And the district definitely prioritized coming back in person in terms of the plan the way that we viewed it, my husband and I, but they did give the option to be virtual. They have since shifted and decided that six through 12 would be a hybrid model with kids coming every other day rather than every day. And they also still have the option to be virtual if they prefer, But if they're in person, it will only be 2 to 3 days a week. The other part of the plan was that they would social distance when possible, and when they couldn't social distance people would wear masks. To this process. How well the school's administrators, you know, addressed the concerns of you and other teachers that you might have raised along the way. It did not seem to me that the concerns of teachers and staff members were a top priority for the administration. It seemed as though their first priority was definitely satisfying the community And listening to what parents wanted and what they heard from parents by and large was. We want our kids to go back to school five days a week, the word normal kept coming up. Our kids need normal and I think that part of what I have struggled with is that I feel we're selling this idea of normal and that it's just not possible. Right now. Toe have normal and have safe and we have to pick one or the other. And I think in our district, they have prioritized the idea of normal over the idea of safety and even having done so I don't think anything about school this year for the kids who go in person will feel normal, so I think it's really a false promise. Resigning. Couldn't have been easy for you. Given your record and your clear passion. What was the inflection point? What you made? You decide. You know what I need to walk away? It was when my husband and I sat down and talked, and we talked about the best and the worst possible version of this year. And the worst possible version is sickness and possibly death of someone. I care about a student. Ah, colleague and my Complicit involvement in that by being live in the classroom. And the best possible version of this year was me constantly trying to stay away from my students keep my students away from each other. Not having my students participate in things like labs, forcing them to sit in straight rows and wear masks. And I ended up calling it my spectrum of misery. Because nowhere in that spectrum did I see a way that I could be happy with What I d'oh and teaching is my absolute passion and I didn't know how I could go into it. Just knowing That it was it was going to be so miserable. You know, I want to be clear the listeners where your school district started is not precisely where it landed. Where it landed. Sounds a lot like AA lot of school districts across the country, right in terms of well, we're gonna offer options. We're gonna hope that some don't do it. That'll lessen the classroom volume will have spacing with the masks. You know what we care? We've heard. We care how reassured RU by its choices. And what would you say to teachers in these other district's not in Richmond, Indiana. That may have kind of parallel policies at the moment. I think that what they have ended up with is better. Certainly the hybrid bottle is going Teo give you less exposure. However, the total number of students that the teachers will interact with at the high school level is the same. They're just seeing half of them every other day. So to me, it's not nearly enough. And I was just unable to get the reassurance from my district that we would have a mask policy that we would really enforce. And that could keep everyone safe. So that was a big factor for me. So what's next for Heidi? Historic, So I'm very excited. I'm going to be teaching students in Camden, Arkansas, which is 750 miles from my home, and I'll do it from my back porch and I will get to teach all four years of the program that I loved that I've taught for nine years on and I'll have a new group of students that I'm connecting with. We've been hearing from Heidi history. She's a former teacher, Richmond High School in Richmond, Indiana. Heidi History. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you for having me. Another big question. Looming over the upcoming school year is how students will get there in the first place that daily Trek often requires getting on a crowded school bus and relies on a workforce of drivers like Theresa Keaton. Like Heidi history. The teacher we just heard from Keaton also lives in Indiana. But she's from the southern part of the state, and she's been driving a school bus for 43 years. When I first started out it was in the seventies, I had a five speed transmission bus and it had it came with an asteroid and a lighter and in between that around, you would smoke a cigarette. He drove the bus every school day while raising her own Children and getting herself through college. She ran her own business is continuing to pick kids up in the morning and drop them off in the afternoon. But seeing coded 19 cases surge in her area, Theresa Keaton decided she couldn't risk her health to continue. The job She's held for four decades actually was one of the hardest decisions I've had to make a long time. Keaton will not be driving this fall in part because of the school bus itself. It's like being in a big tin can, you know? And you've got all 40 kids and you and everybody breathing. Even with mass that really enclosed But they said that the limit of kids on the best would be 40 students. That would be two kids to feed and I would be wearing a mask. The kids would be required to wear a mask and they're relying on the parents, too. Take the child temperature, but that first stop is gonna be on the bus districts across the country are planning a return to school with socially distance classrooms and lower capacity buses. But even with fewer kids on buses, many drivers are old enough that they're at a higher risk of contracting Cove in 19 leaving school districts across the country with a bus driver shortage. Keaton says she knows other drivers in similar positions, cancer survivors or retirees not wanting to risk their own health. A school officials and community members come to realise the essential role bus drivers play in education. They can't teach him if we don't get him there, you know when they have after school.

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"richmond high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:18 min | 1 year ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In at nine tonight with your reality check my wife just made my night she and Casey went to look toward a loca on Dixie highway in Florence which has the best Mexican food in the history of a Mexican food and I have three bomb tacos waiting for me when I get home tonight my night is made a little little place in a little like many strip of stores and it's a husband and wife and it is just fantastic I'm going to look toward a local Tom gamble calling during the the but he's a bagel toward a local guide to a Tom Gabel offering up one for a high school no longer in existence Cummington Latin David justice I signed by Mick Cronin's dad help Cronin who was a scalp day just to set a hell of a career rookie of the year played fourteen seasons three or three hundred and five home runs over a thousand RB eyes to seventy nine lifetime batting average date never understood the Halle berry thing about Dave justice goes on the list representing a a high school that doesn't exist in Covington Latin let's go what decide Mike you're on seven hundred WLW Hey land thank your body I'm well how are you I'm good day prequel listener first time call Hey excellent what's on your mind you are a girl born with senator finality all website or local the whole so I mean it's not even close it's a landslide you know what I'm gonna say right should I be writing down a man by the name of Peter Edward rose all my god work right out of my jacket what I would think in yeah they have good players go through their day here I graduated eighty five and a year after I graduated they actually won state with the help he wrote down a few member him he was all yes yes right there are yeah he wrote by name right popular in the city maybe the country at all times so it's not even close I am marketed down you're the man please call again Hey thank you thank you I I thought I'd done chiefs all mad at me I thought Kevin did lands name change is coming to mind still coming to it's still it's still coming to Latin see I thought the name would change all right well I am but I don't want to upset all the Covington Latin graduates and students I thought Kevin did lighten it changed all right so only put Covington Latin right dear and still under the name coming to land all right how about I get three exclamation points from Tom Campbell just widen still exist but they changed the name how about the or when we go here Dave you were on seven hundred WLW a thirty year lifetime okay other than other now turning off all the Cutler Covington Latin grab them okay it was a little cold reading high school me the plant in the city's a hall of Famer probably no one knows this cloud of steam Ole yes what a career he had when he won he would just pulled up he almost won two hundred games one up with a hundred ninety six yep so bad so I wanted to obviously opens at the time didn't stop my father went there he said this week you probably could have ever imagined yeah I think I think my dad would second that is well because my dad is always talk about cloud hosting that's a good one Dave I'm allow you to represent reading with Claudia Steen I very much appreciate your call tonight thank you thank you you as well I don't know and I can overcome what Ives I I he wanna screw stuff like this up I it's an honest mistake I thought coming to life changed its name now it's gonna book of all the things I've accomplished and I'm gonna go home saying here it Claudia Steen debuted at age seventeen with the Reds in nineteen fifty seven he had a string worry one in order fifteen fifteen seventeen seventeen twelve twenty sixteen fourteen twenty and sixteen are you kidding hi there okay I'm taking a silver great that's what I'm thinking of silver Grove tied a good chief is texting me all right so that I'm not as big an idiot I was thinking of silver gross of all right our close date is on the board it's going to Hamilton you know we gotta go all I think this what is clear let's go to Greg on seven hundred WLW Hey Greg Hey how you doing I'm well I don't think you can compete with Pete rose but this this player's name is one of the most famous around here and he was the youngest player to ever play in the M. L. B. E. A. S. this is gonna this is gonna be locked in nobody's touching the old lefthander Joe Nuxhall I heard he was eighteen years old and he would get out of high school early for the record thank you I can't even imagine being fifteen a pitch in the major leagues no not at all thank you you got it thank you I'm gonna put notes on the list now that he's gonna win others I don't know if we call in challengers but let's also consider some of the others that that Hamilton has produced a Hamilton high mark Lewis Aaron cook Ricky stone that's pretty good company but right now we have rich Dotson representing Anderson Dave Latin her date Dave justice represent Latin oh my goodness Joe Nuxhall with Hamilton Claude steam with the reading Pete rose western hills and Ronnie Oster with the with roe how bout a little let's go here let's go all the way to South Carolina Sean you're on seven hundred WLW good evening or good evening another high school from the left side with a long and proud baseball traditions trans yes I would nominate one Jim brought to then the from the fifties through the sixties fifty four three sixty three nine years in the big leagues fifty thousand forty seven record ERA of three point five four thank you sixty eight games also instruct out over five hundred and also notably with with the red when they went to the world in much yeah and once wrote a book about yes see old granite ring I have read that book and my dad tells me he I believe his nickname was the professor because he wore the the glasses in a really smart dude so he is going on the list for elder high school right my alma mater I graduated in eighty four excellent young man Hey thanks for calling tonight thank you and have a good night all right I I think this is actually working Batavia in the new let me go let me go here union Jeff you were on seven hundred WLW I'm well thanks for calling great great new Richmond high school he blasts out of nineteen ninety World Series yeah one Todd Bender I I have been here on my list and I think I'm pretty confident saying he's going to stand up for his nine year major league career World Championship and I I'm writing him down in ink he is going to be the representative of new Richmond high school great there are three sport star in it and a good person absolutely absolutely additional information I like that and like I listen thanks for the call thank you have a great night all right let me let me give you let me give you one all I'll give you one that I know doesn't exist although Dave Parker quarter tech I know that that's now Cincinnati's to watch it even say that I think it's Cincinnati state hits where Cincinnati state is I'm probably wrong about that but I'm sticking to my story the quarter tech and I'm going to a Dave Parker and I don't I don't think there's a challenger on that let's do this take a time out to continue hi Tim and Jim and Donna and Scott and and others were up putting together at night and think of this think of the names we've heard to this point if you're just tuning in we're doing a little greater Cincinnati northern Kentucky high school baseball on a roll and the idea is for you to represent your school your high school and tell us who is considered the best baseball player your high school produced but not calling in mentioning like all six or seven guys from all around the you know your high school specifically and it's going to be a heck of an honor roll will continue bottom they are check on news it's arnelle Kerrier sports talk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet I'm never gonna over live I'm never gonna get through some but he's so he's it's getting killed but text is well it says seven hundred WLW traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati kings island suing to re open this is the eight thirty report hi Matt Rees breaking now the governor of Ohio announcing today that starting next week zoos aquariums museums movie theaters other entertainment venues can re open but not amusement parks like king's island and Cedar Point neither can water parks the governor's office says it's working on the guidelines for amusement parks right now SO king's island is not waiting it's suing the director of the Ohio department of health Amy Acton in the Warren County health district Dr Acton's order keeps amusement parks closed through July first the Cincinnati zoo plans to reopen on June tenth next Wednesday they'll take reservations at first from their members it's the first time it ever had pre sold time tickets so we are gonna start gradually with modest crowds we get our legs under us make sure we can can do that but I know everybody has to do with it to make reservations at restaurants a movie theater so I think that whole system will work well seen Maynard is the director of the Cincinnati zoo state of Kentucky now reporting ten thousand seven hundred and five cases of coronavirus with nearly three hundred new cases reported in the past twenty four hours and there are now four hundred and fifty eight deaths in Kentucky eight new in the past twenty four hours so high thirty seven thousand two hundred and eighty two cases statewide two thousand three hundred and thirty nine deaths now the latest traffic and weather together we have no major tie ups to report on the expressways there still is a report of an accident a gall breath at daily road we've got some construction to seventy five east boundary between the Ohio Kentucky state line and new Richmond and two lanes are going to be closed until six in the morning during the construction zone there and road construction also through the night to seventy five eastbound between Loveland Madeira and Milford parkway various lane closures through the overnight hours to seventy five westbound between new Richmond and the Ohio Kentucky state line those two lanes are going to be closed to westbound until six in the morning and seventy one north bound between ridge and Ronald Reagan road construction throughout the night there and the right lane southbound seventy one between Montgomery road to pass Kenwood yeah you're gonna have that right lane closed until six in the morning now the latest forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW in the tri state rate ends overnight a morning low of sixty eight for our Friday it's mostly cloudy a chance of rain a high of eighty six at night partly cloudy down to sixty eight the weekend mostly sunny.

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"richmond high school" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on KGO 810

"I've got another story about vaping for you and maybe it's not the one you'd expect I'm doctor Sanjay Gupta CNN's chief medical correspondent the annual monitoring the future report is out from my alma mater the university of Michigan it looks a drug alcohol and cigarette use among middle school and high school students here in the United States my good friend Nora Volkow who runs the national instant drug abuse which funded the report said the most salient finding is the very marked increase in vaping that we're seeing in teenagers and it's vaping both for nicotine and vaping for THC that's the active ingredient in marijuana now whether it's nicotine or marijuana one of the biggest problems here is that a lot of teams still think vaping carries no risk it does in the nicotine is still the most addictive substance we now that is why exposing a young child through vaping or smoking continues to be such a problem I'm doctor Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life for eight Houston show continues on KGO eight ten listen at home by simply saying Google play KGO eight ten good afternoon I'm Pat Thurston we are lucky enough to have Loretta Lynch here joining us and the registration your telephone calls at eighty eighty eight ten answering calls about PG&E mostly Lorenzo former president of the California public utilities commission so one of the things around I had a list of things I wanted to talk with you about no want to get to one of these we may have to continue because this is a short segment we may have to continue after the news but so here's PG&E in bankruptcy and they go to the judge yesterday it looks like and asked for permission to renew their bonus plan for twenty twenty they say these payouts are needed to help the company implemented its broad vision of a transformed PG&E and so they're in bankruptcy mind you did I mention there in bankruptcy and they want to pay out as much as four hundred and fifty three million dollars in bonuses to thousands of executives and employees they made a similar request a year ago right what happened to that where they turned down no the judge granted so yes two hundred fifty million more than that actually for employee bonuses they had to take the senior executives out of that deal so now before they'll pay the victims before they'll pay the first responders they want to spend four hundred and fifty four million dollars to pay their senior executives who by the way are full time employees not like their to their tree trimmers and their inspectors who are just gig workers yeah how do they justify that I what did they do to earn said bonuses well they're designed to incentivize all eligible PG&E employees to perform as if as if they are they're not as if their current salary doesn't incentivize them to perform we have to give the more so that they'll perform what kind of salaries to these executives receive they receive market rate salaries which are a whole lot more than you and me yeah so what we know is this PG&E can choose to pay the victims before they get out of bankruptcy they aren't they're using the victims as a sword to get out of bankruptcy and make deals so the front with the victims and say yeah I'm going to get anything until you help us get out of bankruptcy you're not gonna get anything until you help us pass the laws we want passed you're not gonna get anything frankly much even after that and by the way you're not gonna get anything up front they're gonna they're keeping the victims on the hook for stock and through a two year tax deal well they want to pay their senior executives up front before they get out of bankruptcy this company has its priorities all wrong and California should say and not off we're not letting you do that well the the bankruptcy judge should be rejecting this let me take it let me take a break here and we'll come back and let's not let go of this just yet because I I find this I found it last year to be absolutely reprehensible this year I find it to be even more reprehensible bonuses generally are paid to reward you know very good behavior PG&E is in bankruptcy for a reason and it's a second bankruptcy I believe in eight years is that right fifteen fifteen years say they're they're doing better than I thought mmhm eighty eighty eight ten is the number Loretta Lynch is my guest your joy you're invited to join us on KGO yard and that's who you're listening to KGO radio San Francisco their stint on KGO eight ten seven days Paul Rodgers and Acadia news Rome California would provide cities and counties with two billion dollars each year in grants to fight homelessness under a bill proposed in Sacramento it has the support of big city mayors like Oakland's Libby shaft was as it would benefit societies what she calls most available we never require extremely low income construction and that is the type of housing that requires on going subsidy so this is not just about shelter it is about permanently ending homelessness chef says California's homeless problem is not just a crisis is a systems failure if he supports bringing back redevelopment agencies to help fund homeless programs Caltrain is planning to allocate thirty percent of all future construction along its corridor to affordable housing the two plots of land most likely to be made available to developers are in Mountain View in redwood city Caltrain is also pushing for higher density with at least fifty units per acre each building will be at least four stories high a Richmond teacher has been sentenced to three years in prison for having sex with a minor twenty seven year old Israel Ayala Lopez will also have to register as a sex offender he pleaded guilty earlier this week to charges stemming from his arrest last summer he was a physical education teacher and soccer coach at Richmond high school and a Republican U. S. congressman is introducing a bill to create year round guest worker programs the bill introduced by Florida Republican Ted Yoho would apply to agricultural workers his bill is called the labour certainty for food security act it would allow people outside the country and in the U. S. illegally to apply for three year visa with Renault available up to six months prior to its expiration the bill also includes language that would require employers to hire American workers before petitioning for migrant workers aimed at ensuring that U..

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"richmond high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Central beating brownstone center sixty four fifty five tell me again who plays well in this game please I'm sorry David kilo it I'm sorry go ahead okay no problem record in central tonight Anthony Martin I'm mentioning made three threes in the third quarter we actually made for on the night in total he's only a freshman at six one this kid does not lack for confidence coach and that's a great thing from a young guy like Anthony Martin had seventeen points tonight junior forward Colton Kaiser with fourteen he scored nine of that in the second half and embrace Weber the sophomore point guard had a thirteen on the contest for the Panthers again the chap fifty two percent from the field and also Tyler Fassel another freshman guard only had four points tonight but he did have by the system as well the Panthers you'll appreciate this codes that came in averaging sixteen turnovers they only had eight tonight so half of their season average and a good one over brownstone team that while they're down this year they're still competitive and scrappy and you can't overlook an accord and didn't tonight the Panthers about eight nine overall to inform the conference and they'll be back at it again on Thursday night when they will travel to Austin and will be with the north terrace in boys on Thursday when they go to Charleston and we're also going to be at the Charlestown sports arena for the girl sectional next week as well so another busy week with the Panthers and the Cougars coming up W. K. Lowe's David Deaton on the call of the solid win by courting center sixty four fifty five over brownstone central thanks for the call David have a great weekend thanks coach you to have a great week looking forward to talking to you next week thank you so much bill Scott university of Saint Francis beats Goshen eighty four seventy six college basketball today bill good win for the Cougars thanks for the call all this time of year Bob it's there it's crunch time now anyway in the good way and well and you get one and you know is this the lady the league is crazy I mean it really does it is not so maybe this is so much fun that's what makes it so so enjoyable you know Goshen there there were one on gaming league play this year they had the lead three times with about ten minutes to go and then we got a couple big performances from a couple guys from central Indiana lance Dawson from fishers Indiana you transferred in this year and Tyler Smith he's or Richmond high school graduate those guys combined for nine all run and we go from down one of eight and the Cougars take your business right from their end for a seventy six big win for Saint Francis eighty four seventy six bill Scott we should have more time I appreciate the call thanks so much thank you Bob great talking to you Clinton central losing the liberty Christian seventy seven fifty nine would keel joins me coach Topalov for you and your kids tonight go sure either does central coast go go she I see I'm sorry and congratulations on the wind most prisoners well tell me how you do this or we got a young team our mission is smaller guys hardly to freshen up they go sophomore guard this is one of those two and I got to junior is a start and I got three scenes a double that of our the two big Gaza for division one guard to help out with the court playin start minor it's a new program just really tire changer thing Ralph does play real hard and still proud of well you know what you should be because you're competitive you're in these games tell me who plays well in this wind coach well first of all there would be more six one size I had seventeen points in the first half a million units a day outdoors on forest although it does most of my research from the ball forward he and price will request will guard had real soul the defense they'll never got real big help because my junior six four junior so that could play outside in Gardena forty point for me to go with us we got most of the book according to do with the big win tonight and certainly a very hard fought win tonight over Brownstown central Joanne I appreciate the call congratulations again a good luck next week you're welcome thank you coming up chip western irascible magazine this is India sports store.

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"richmond high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Closed today the district of calling off classes to review safety and security measures with faculty and staff last week there was a deadly shooting outside northwest high school of classes were dismissing for the day to northwest students were involved in that shooting an investigation is underway into a crash that killed a teenage motorcyclists in Clermont county sheriff's deputies say seventeen year old Tyler saying was killed yesterday when his motorcycle hit an S. U. V. that was turning on to laurel Wendell road in Monroe township saying was a junior at new Richmond high school the free store food bank is back at it today for day to they will be handing out holiday meals again for those in need this thanksgiving wonderful because we're we're able to give him a Turkey we're able to give them a box of food that includes the fix in for a thanksgiving meal we give a bag of fresh produce which would include things like potatoes in oranges apples and onions that was free stores C. L. Kurt rubber last year they fed over sixty five hundred families and they will be distributing until six o'clock tonight at the free stores location on east liberty street in over the Rhine just two days old the unnamed giraffes stepped outside of the draft barn at the Cincinnati zoo Monday afternoon the baby who sex is unknown arrived at the zoo Saturday morning still reeling from the loss of male giraffe Kimball last week Cincinnati zoo officials said it's much needed good news for the animal staff head coach that Taylor reinstated told now the starter yesterday saying he gives the bangles the best chance to win rookie Ryan family started the last three games but failed to win while generating thirteen points or less in each of the defeats the bangles out the bangles are now one eleven and this is their worst start in franchise history on Wall Street the Dow is up thirty four nasdaq up sixteen S. and P. is up three our next update is at eleven o'clock I'm Serra least newsradio seven hundred W. all W. Hey Alexa entertainment getting seven hundred W. L. W. or my heart rate the Cincinnati Bengals are back at Paul Brown stadium Sunday December first to take on the New York Jets hi Marlene have fun in the jungles on open three hours before kick off with music trucks and interactive games volunteers from the salvation army will be collecting cash donations prior to the.

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"richmond high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Com an investigation is under way into a crash that killed a teenage a motorcyclist in Clermont county sheriff's deputies a seventeen year old Tyler saying was killed yesterday when his motorcycle hit an S. U. V. that was turning on the laurel Lindell road in Monroe township thing was a junior at north at this give me new Richmond high school the northwest local school district closed today district calling off classes to review safety and security measures with faculty and staff last week there was a deadly shooting outside of northwest high school this class is what is missing for the day to northwest students were involved in that shooting the free store food bank continues its annual holiday meal distribution this morning volunteers will be handing out all the fixings for thanksgiving meal to those in need here in the tri state mature the families we serve our working families these are individuals that are just not make enough money to make ends meet there are two hundred seventy thousand individuals eighty thousand those are kids the twenty pounds we serve it's it's one in six of our neighbors and that and that's a that's a real challenge when you think about it meals will be given out at free stores distribution center on east liberty street in over the Rhine they'll be open from eight AM to six PM Bengals head coach Jack Taylor says Andy Dalton gives the team the best chance to win right now that's why rookie Ryan Finley's brief ten year as the starting quarterback has come to an end heard my thoughts on you gotta give a rookie some time to play in but as a I really sleep on it think through it you know into gives us a great chance to go when a game here the bangles off to the worst start in franchise history sitting at a one eleven they'll take on the jets this Sunday at Paul Brown stadium college basketball last night UC Bearcats got back on track they beat del parade so eighty one seventy seven in overtime and Kay you beat midway eighty six fifty six the forecast is coming up Lynn near the village of Rockville opening.

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"richmond high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Head out the door currently forty three news a service of progressive insurance the investigation continues after eighteen motorcyclist is dead after a head on collision with an S. U. V. yesterday afternoon at around to the accident happening near the intersection of laurel Lynn Dale Carnes in Monroe township seventeen year old Tyler saying a junior at new Richmond high school was killed in the crash the body of a missing Mansfield woman has been found in the Dayton home days after her boyfriend was found dead date police confirming twenty year old at Kyla Hayden was found it a date home on west Stewart miss Hayden also was five months pregnant the Montgomery County corner adding her boyfriend Todd Burkhard died from multiple gunshot wounds police say a person of interest remains in custody gas prices down a little on average that's good to hear just in time for holiday travels as ABC's Alex stone in many areas of the country gas prices are actually up in the past week but the energy department says the average nationwide is down a penny to two fifty a gallon that's because a drop in California is on said the other games California prices shot up to about four dollars a gallon for regular unleaded and now they're beginning to calm down down nine cents in the past week still Californians are paying over a dollar more than the rest of the country for regular unleaded but prices are coming down average price in the tri state two dollars and thirty nine cents a gallon or is me at all a lot you know the fact that you know it would happen at a mall and you know this is a bunch of kids running around you know the families you know you'll probably get together you know to hang out so I know I probably never would think this would happen gunfire ringing out at the valley plaza shopping mall in Bakersfield California late last night Melissa demi's was working her first job at the mall's food court when the shots began that's one of the curious came back and they they told us to dive down and I was like oh my god we're really going to get shot at she says it was a scene of terror is everyone evacuated I felt like I made it home and some of the people that were here didn't make it home they made it to the also will figure sealed police chief says it began as a fight between two groups of people where subject produce firearm and began firing while Martin says the scene is now secure at the mall Greg after ABC news Bakersfield California it is a holiday travel alert as the busiest thanksgiving season ever approaches yep it's this Thursday believe it or not summer saying if you're traveling you should not use those three U. S. B. charging stations you know the one you see or the ones you see at the airport the Los Angeles county district attorney's office tweeting out to avoid you using public U. S. B. charging stations at airports and other locations the concern the growing Jews jacking scam criminals load malware under charging stations are cables they leave at the kiosk once the unsuspecting user plugs in their phone or electronic device becomes infected that now where could send passwords addresses or a full backup.

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"richmond high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On k QA public radio. Good morning. I'm Laurie Sanders. The time is six thirty six and it's time now for a kick you eighty perspectives. Christopher KO Pasu was falling into bad habits and the future looked bleak. But in this perspective produced as part of quickies youth takeover week. He describes how a friend. He could talk to actually turned him around for a long time. I did have a lot of motivation. Instead, I was playing games and doing drugs my cousin every weekend. We would stay out so three I'm smoking weed in popping pills every school night. I would get home to my mom about having homework. But in reality, I would just play games on my friends by the time. The year was over I felt some classes and needed to go to summer school. My life wasn't going as planned to get back on track. My life changed when I met Terry. A family friend that I didn't know that will, but eventually became like a brother I never had Jerry is a year younger than me. But he's been through similar obstacles, which many easy to relate to him. Terry care about school in a road off on me, it dawned on me that I might not graduate. I saw my other cousin without a job. And just staying home. I knew I didn't want to be like him. I decided it was time to get my stuff together in school. Starting my junior year. I knew I had to pass all my classes post masters. I sobered up, and I put more effort into my schoolwork, my classes became my main focus it was hard because I felt like a slow learn it. But in the end, I did pass my classes now that I'm a senior all focused on graduating on time they make my parents proud at the time. I didn't realize it. But looking back. I now understand I was using drugs to mask my feelings. I was feeling stuck. And I didn't know what I was doing. So became my outlet. No, I learned that talking with somebody actually helped me cope with these feelings. It wasn't until I had Terry that I became a better person. A lot of teams stuck or have a hard time finding themselves drugs may seem like an easy fix. But in the end if selfish and hurts the people around him. My advice to young people is find somebody who relates to them and build a relationship with a perspective. I'm Christopher with Christopher campus is a senior at Richmond high school..

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"richmond high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It comes our way this morning from Christopher Christopher KO pursueth who is falling into bad habits and the future looked bleak. But in the perspective which was produced as part of takeover week. He'll describe how friend he could talk to turn them around for a long time. I didn't have a lot of motivation. Instead, I was playing games into drugs. My cousin every weekend. We would stay out. And so three I'm smoking weed and popping pills every school, and I get home in light of my mom having homework. But in reality, I would just play games on my friends by the time. The year was over I felt some classes and needed to go to summer school. My life wasn't going as planned needs to get back on track. My life changed when I'm at Terry, a family friend that I didn't know that will, but eventually became like a brother never had Terry is a year younger than me, but he's been through similar obstacles, which many easy to relate to him. Terry care about school in a rubbed off on me, it dawned on me that I might not graduate. I saw my older cousin without a job. And just staying home. I knew I didn't want to be like him. I decided it was time to get my stuff together in school. Starting my junior year. I knew I had to pass all my classes posters. I sobered up an. Put more effort into my schoolwork. My classes became my main focus it was hard because I felt like a slow learn it. But in the end, I did pass my classes now that I'm a senior all focused on his graduating on time making my parents proud at the time, I didn't realize it. But looking back I now I was using drugs to mask my feelings. I was feeling stuck in didn't know what I was doing became my outlet. Now, I learned that talking with somebody actually helped me cope with these feelings. It wasn't until I had Terry that I became a better person. A lot of teams stuck or have a hard time finding themselves may seem like an easy fix. But in the end if selfish and hurts the people around him, my advice to young people is find somebody who relates to them and both a relationship with a perspective. I'm Christopher Chiapas with Christopher KO pursueth is a senior at Richmond high school..

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"richmond high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Span in India. Joe McConnell for all right? Thanks, joe. His report brought to you by the T J Martell foundation. Now at six forty three. It's time for a listener perspective. It comes to us this morning from Christopher KO, passive who is falling into bad habits and the future looked bleak. But in today's perspective produced as part of QB's youth takeover week. He describes how a friend. He could talk to. Turn them around for a long time. I did have a lot of motivation. Instead, I was playing games and doing drugs my cousin every weekend. We would stay out until three. I'm smoking weed and popping pills every school night. I would get home and let him my mom about having homework. But in reality, I would just play games on my friends by the time of the year was over I felt some classes and needed to go to summer school. My life wasn't going as planned in needs to get back on track. My life changed when I met Terry a family friend that I didn't know that will, but eventually became like a brother I never had Terry is a year younger than me, but he's been through similar obstacles, which many easy to relate to him. Terry seeing the care about school in a row for me, it dawned on me that I might not graduate. I saw my older cousin without a job. And just staying home. I knew I didn't want to be like him. I decided it was time to get my stuff together in school. Starting my junior year. I knew I had to pass all my classes, both semesters I sobered up, and I put more effort into my schoolwork, my classes became my main focus it was hard because I felt like a slow learn it. But in the end, I did pass my classes now that I'm a senior all focused on his graduating on time. They make him a parents proud at the time. I didn't realize it. But looking back. I now understand I was using drugs to mask my feelings. I was feeling stuck in. I didn't know what I was doing shrugs became my outlet. Now, I've learned that talking with somebody actually helps me cope with these feelings. It wasn't until I had Terry that I became a better person a lot of teams so stuck or have a hard time finding themselves drugs may seem like an easy fix. But in the end if selfish and hurts the people around him. My advice to young people is find somebody who relates to them and build a relationship with a perspective. I'm Christopher kielbasa with Christopher KO pursueth is a senior at Richmond high school..

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"richmond high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"richmond high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"So I took it pretty far I played college baseball to major. Tryouts as I got. But I I didn't. Yeah. To make. Did you? I guess the big question is like even in the film with that characters. Did you like it? You know, you like, I think when your kid you like the things you're good at you know, or, you know, you think that there's a chance so you know, when I stopped being good at video games. I stopped liking them, you know, major league video game. Yeah. With baseball. I was I was I was good. And I played a pretty high level. Our high school port Richmond high school. We we went to the city championship played in Yankee Stadium. We were on a very very competitive field. And and and it was good position in high school was a hitter and catcher. And then I was converted into a pitcher in college. Never touched about again. Really? Yeah. He had a good arm had had a pretty good arm control. Was the one thing, you know, became a closer in college and little Radic a little Radic, you know, a couple of guys going out. Exactly. And then I got the sidewalk three and then strike. And so I am making films and that not in the major leagues now. But but it was a long journey like take to get the films as I remember from our first conversation, and what your brother wasn't playing ball. Well, he played ball intil college. And then and then, you know, studies took over, and then he went to school, you know, in college he went to Dartmouth and went to and then started learning Shakespeare, and then he yeah. So he went he acted for for all of Dartmouth went to NYU Emmett did the enacting and then went back to and did the in film. So he was used grinding. No, he did before me the form. So how's the old man? So I, you know, like, you know, how bad was in terms of like, okay? She did two hundred swings. You know, if you fucked up in in the little league game. But. Did he did where on your? I mean was it like it wasn't aggressive. It was just you just felt bad. You felt like you had to be. I mean, my dad was in intent he was an intense guy that were moments where you know. I'm sure my brother, and I were both brought to tears and gain. Yep. It was it was life to him to for him. Baseball was how it was life. I mean, I think he literally like I say this, truthfully. I think if he was gangqi fan he'd still be alive because they one more, you know, but growing up medicine and the heartache no, but it's just so tough, and you would see him. That's what killed him helped it definitely helped. And I love them. You know, we're still fans today. And you know, but but it definitely didn't help his longevity. You know, really? I don't smoke. He didn't smoke wasn't a drinker. Really? It was the met. It was the Mets that they Mets killed you. We still love them, though, we still root for them. You got to watch all the games you still like locked in. Well, there was a point after after those major league tryouts where I didn't make it. I just kinda shut down. I didn't I don't even think I watched baseball for about five years. And then when I became a dad four years ago, I started picking up the game. Again, I had lost my father recent radio then and realized like the relationship I have with my dad was this game this game. And how to communicate to my to my kid. Of course, the first thing I'm doing is looking for a baseball is no idea. I don't think my kid has any ability yet four. But somehow I'm waiting for put the ball in front of him..

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