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"river view" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. In a downtown Manhattan courtroom today, the criminal tax fraud trial of former president Trump's family business got underway in earnest. NPR's Ilya merits was in court for opening statements by prosecutors and by the defense and he is with us now, hey Ilya. Hi, how you doing? Good. Okay, so set the scene for us. What was it like in there? So we are in New York State criminal court, and this courtroom has been pretty busy for the past week, as the two legal teams worked with the judge to seat a jury this morning the jurors filed into the box and took their seats, and it was Susan hoffinger from the district attorney's office who spoke to them. First, and she said, this case is about greed and cheating. And then she went into some detail about how one Trump executive in particular Alan weisselberg was paid in addition to his regular salary through a lot of big benefits like an apartment with river views, a couple of Mercedes Benz's, it amounted to more than $1.7 million in income that neither weisselberg nor the Trump company's reported and no one collected or paid taxes on it. And that's the core of the case. Okay, that's the prosecution's side. What did the defense say? Weisselberg did this for weisselberg. He was the chief financial officer, and he abused the trust of the Trump business. That was the message from Trump attorney Michael van der veen. He said the Trump business had outside accountants looking at their books, mazar's USA. It's a big firm and mazars did not raise flags or offer any objection to these big ticket on tax benefits, so why should the company question that? The defense's argument is that the real culprit here is Alan weisselberg, and he has already pleaded guilty, so there's no reason to try to hold the company as a whole to account. So it sounds like there was a lot of focus on Allen weisselberg. What about his boss during all of this Donald Trump? Trump is not a defendant in this case, but his name came up several times. Jurors were told they'll be shown in a rental agreement with Donald Trump's signature on it and also a tuition check for Allen weisselberg's grandkids to attend a private school, and I think all this points to a question that was sort of hovering in the air today, which is where is Donald Trump and all of this. It's his business with his name on it. He didn't know about any of this, and of course if he did, well, he kept Ellen weisselberg around for decades and decades. How common, in fact, weisselberg is still on company payroll after pleading guilty to a felony. The defense team did offer an explanation for that today. They said weisselberg is like family, he's been with the company for so long and you don't just cast out a family member when they make a serious mistake. Well, for Trump, can you just lay out what is at stake here? Donald Trump definitely doesn't want his family company to be convicted of a felony that to harm the business. He also has a substantial legal team here in place, including two lawyers who represented him at his second impeachment in 2021, public filings show some of these lawyers have been paid large amounts by the Republican National Committee and a Trump aligned pack. And that's just sort of underlines how this state tax case which probably wouldn't attract a lot of attention otherwise is actually really bound up in national politics. So just real briefly Ilya, what's next? Alan weisselberg at some point will be called to the stand. He is 75 years old. He's not someone who's been in the spotlight very much, but he was at the center of the business. He has pledged to testify truthfully or potentially face a lot of jail time when he's sentenced after this trial. That is NPR's Ilya merits, thank you so much, Ilya. Thanks, Elsa. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. And you're listening to it on W ABE amplifying Atlanta I'm Alex filling in for Jim burr. Well, Athens is gearing up for one of the biggest college football games there in years. The top ranked university of Georgia will take on undefeated second ranked Tennessee this Saturday over the weekend the bulldogs beat Florida 42 to 20 and Tennessee routed Kentucky. It's only the 25th regular season game ever matching the two top teams in the AP poll. The game is set to kick off at three 30 and tickets on the secondary market are crazy. The cheap seats will cost you 7 to $800 a piece. ESPN's ESPN's pregame show, college game day. Is also set to be in Athens for the game. Quick look at your roads. Well, the one main issue out there on 75, 85, a wreck at at Williams street, southbound is making an
"river view" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"I was watching this dating show on there called next. Man, if anyone here has ever been a contestant on next, do me a favor and go away and die. 'cause you're a horrible person, and I don't want comedy bringing any kind of satisfaction into your miserable existence. First guy that comes out, right? He's a guy going out on the dates. And he comes up there and he says this, he goes, yo, this girl better be pretty, 'cause she's a pain in the ass. I need something cute to look at. And I was stunned that he could say that. That's offensive. And at the same time, on my show, they didn't want us to say that a character was raped by a dinosaur. Rape by a dinosaur. 'cause that's too offensive. Oh, I guess I didn't want these angry letters from paleontologists. We're like, hey man, there's something in the fossil record that suggests that kind of behavior. You want to steal with your accusations. And then after you meet this dude, then you meet the girls he's going out on the dates with. And they come up there and they say things like, if he has a neck tattoo, I'm gonna lick it. It's like, wow, how slutty can you be in 5 seconds? And how did I say that? They freeze. And like three facts about them, pop up on the left side. And the first two facts are always really normal. But the third fact always comes away out of left field. It's always like, Monica's 22, she's a hairdresser in Hollywood, and she hates purple gift wrap. How does that define her as a person? And the whole show just bummed me out, man, 'cause the things they try to keep up to you are just like really explicit sex or violence and no one cares about their kids seeing attitudes like that on TV and that's way worse to me. Like I'd much rather have a daughter that grew up and shot me in the leg and burned my house down, then some really slutty girl that face the sound of people eating bananas. My favorite third fact I ever saw on next though was this one guy named clarence, his third fact was that he hates the phrase river view. You didn't mishear me when the words river and views start coming together. Clarence is like, hold up, don't do that. And I was like, what would make a man hate the phrase river review? And I can only think of one scenario, and it's terrible. But I have to share it with you. So one day this guy clarence is coming home, right? And he's walking down a dark alley, and it's jump, but his motorcycle gang. And they just start raping them, right? And all they can see is a sign that says river review. These guys is like, say it. It's like we have a view review. So yeah, if you were raped by the river view rape gang, sure, hate the phrase river review. Otherwise, just stop looking at property in that area. I think you noticed something really weird about me when I do that bit. And that is that I'm a very lazy rapist. I just bend my knees a little bit very low impact. Anybody that was worried about getting raped by me after the show was like, man, it's not gonna be that bad. I got raped by Aziz after the show last night. That was pretty refreshing. If I can take out a quick moment to be sincere, and then I'll go back to being an asshole. Know that I appreciate this. This isn't lost on me. I didn't have dreams of grand, you're getting into comedy. It's overwhelming. Thank you for coming out. I know that eventually this will come to a crashing halt. I'm not going to stop saying awful things. Eventually, I'll say the one thing where it's like, oh, there goes his career. Wow. He thought you could say that, huh? I actually wrote a career suicide note. Would you like to hear it? Dear Jews. That's all I've got so far. Right? Right now, people are like, oh, fuck, he's doing it. Here we go. Got it. Started out strong. Burned some bridges. I don't meet fans after the shows. Mainly because I don't want to. For good reason, I have a very large social media presence to pat myself on the back about things that don't matter. On average, I receive around 1200 death threats a week. Yeah, no, it's fun standing up here. Sorry I don't want to shake hands with a guy that wrote die fag die, hashtag you're a fag. I'm a fan. I was kidding. I apologize sincerely about ticket prices, but you have to understand. I can't risk performing in front of the type of people that can afford $10. And as part of that joke is for some of you to swallow. There's other people in here that are like, I actually appreciate him saying that. Because I was like, this is way too much money, but now that I think about it, yeah, I wouldn't stand in front of those monsters either. You can get lucky and find a ten like, I'm going to murder someone. People accused me of everything online. Misogynistic. I get that. No, I'm just a male comic with dumb jokes. If I was a female comic, the jokes would be completely opposite. And empowering and the crowds would be a lot smaller. Yeah, 'cause you don't support your own ladies. That's on you. Racist? I don't like hearing that. I never, never use the N word. Into a microphone. Anymore. I'm so aware of social issues, even when I'm home alone doing laundry, I won't use the word colors. Yeah, I do a load of whites and a load of darkies. And that's it. That's it. Because I want to be on the right side of history. My parents live in the same house, just to point out what kind of maniacs some of you are. Every day of my parents life, somebody will ring the doorbell and just be standing at the door. And just like staring at my mom. And my mom was like, yeah, I'm his mother. And they'll be like, is he gay? And then they run away. Not gay? I have a girlfriend, not by choice. I blame Hollywood for ruining every relationship that I've ever been in. What you don't realize is how negatively they affect your relationships. Everyone's aware of the liberal media bias in the news. But what about the way they portray couples and every sitcom, where there's a dumb husband chasing his wife around the whole episode like, who have sex, and she's never in the mood. And his hammer that stereotype home, that men always want to have sex and women never do. Let's get this out of the way right now. Women want to have sex way more often than men. I assure you, ladies, this is not the perspective you're going to enjoy. I don't know if you're new to my comedy or not. I have a very gender specific slant that I ride pretty hard. Because the reality is whether you want to admit it or not, no man's ever loved you more, but more physically attracted to you than he was the first time he had sex with you. And from that moment, it goes down. Okay? Now don't look at him right now and make the evening uncomfortable. Is that true? And then he has to be like, oh, no? I'm pretty sure he's queer. I don't care what he says. It's true 100% of the time. How fast it dives this case by case. It doesn't have to fall off a cliff immediately. We've all been there when it does. Can you be happily married for 50 years? Of course you can. But know that for him, every time you have sex, it's going down a notch. Men die ten years earlier because we fucking want to. Don't make them feel inadequate. Don't challenge his drive. I'm with the only guy in the world that doesn't want to have sex all the time. No, you're not. When I'm in a relationship, I can go two to three weeks without thinking about sex. When I'm single, I need to masturbate twice a day before I step outside, or I will sexually assault someone.
"river view" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"But I think it's also another thing that suggests what you just said that I don't think was in the story, not part one that I read. That he researched every good player. That's in part two, okay. But that's another smart thing. Let me look at how Florida has had its most success over the years. Where did these players come from? Is there because the other thing that suggests is and you did point out this type of stuff in part one, when you're recruiting, sometimes you go to games, just so the grassroots coach can see you there. Even if you're not recruiting any of his guys so that you can text him later and be like, hey, I liked your team. Yes. And another part of this is, okay, we got Florida got this 5 star guy or this four star guy from outside of our natural recruiting area back in 2000 12. Who did he play grassroots for? Oh, that guy's still coaching. So that guy has sent a guy to Florida before. Let's make sure I've got that relationship. All of this stuff matters. It does. A few quickies before we move on and wrap and talk a couple other things. One, general peach jam thing. We were there for about 20 less than 24 hours. Remains a great event. That venue is great. JPMorgan more. I feel like it's almost outgrown the river view park activities center. I don't know where you put it instead. It's iconic in that place, but man, it's just there was no general public last year because COVID restrictions were still in place. It went back as would be this year. But you can still keep doing it there, but man, it is just, and you add in the brawny James factory and maybe we won't have a prospect, but people just lining up outside these doors. It feels like a fire hazard half the time. But I love the venue and I hope that doesn't change, but part of me, when I was there, I was thinking, man, this event, even though they even expanded the venue, I don't know if it's outgrown it or not, but I do love the place. Golden, one of his go to radio stations on Spotify or whatever, counting crows. There was a county cross reference in the story there, which I appreciated. You'll notice in part two, golden and Kevin hubby, who's one of the assistants there. They are quoted, but they are talking about players and the players aren't identified. The one thing about this story that I had to write around and it was really tough and frankly there was like three or four really good anecdotes that they were kind of talking about because I was, you know, everything was on background, but almost nothing was off the record, but you can't be quoted talking about players that aren't committed to and signed to your program. It's a violation. Like, I could have easily written this story and gotten golden staff just, you know, although NCAA violations because you can't speak about prospects. So that was the other tricky part. If you read part two, you'll notice they're talking about players sometimes you can't really, well, by design. You can't tell who they are talking about, but I, in exchange for not identifying the prospects they're looking at, I wanted to instead have you get their unfiltered thoughts about some of these players, and they looked at jeez. I probably saw north of 12 with golden over the course of four plus days there. So again, really cool assignment, happy to get to do it, love the job, my thanks to the bosses at CBS for letting me do it and obviously Florida, golden was up for it because let's be honest here. It also probably helps him, but Florida's administration also had to clear someone not employed by the university to go on the plane and do all that stuff. So good stuff, it'll be linked in the podcast and that's the big end of July project. Just a real insight as to what it means, not just to run a program, but literally to take it after you've never been there. And I thought golden did a pretty good job of painting what is a somewhat complex picture. If you haven't read it yet, you can find it at CBS sports dot com moving on a couple of significant recruiting developments this week, Kentucky got a 5 star prospect. I will stay at a 5 star prospect. We'll get into those things next. But first, a word from our sponsors. So there were a couple of significant recruiting developments this week, Kentucky got a commitment from 5 star prospect Justin Edwards, Iowa state. We got a commitment from 5 star prospect. Omaha blue. I wrote a column after Edwards committed to Kentucky. We'll get to that in a moment. But first, Omaha blue to Iowa state. He's ranked 12th in the class of 2023, makes him according to the Iowa state daily, the highest rated recruit in Iowa state men's basketball history. Big git for TJ Alzheimer. He convinced the 5 star in state product to stay home, some background norlander. Do you know why Omaha blue is named Omaha? I can only draw one conclusion to that, my man. His parents are huge counting crows fans and that he was born in the city of Omaha. He was born in Omaha and his parents just said, effort, let's call him Omaha. If that's the case, hold on. If that's the case, and we get named that, what's your name? I'll give you mine after. What do you named? Memphis parish. I was born in business. I would be Denver, norlander. Coincidentally enough, the Sid at Florida's first name is Denver. So there we go. Yeah, I would be Memphis Parrish, Denver, norlander, and Omaha below. When I saw this, first, my first thought was good for TJ Alzheimer, because Iowa states now got the number three ranked recruiting class in 2023 right now. They've got two, three players committed two top 30 5 guys, including Omaha below who, again, is ranked 12th in the class of 2023. My second thought was, remember when Iowa state fans were concerned, they were just gonna be a feeder system for the blue Bloods when tyrese hunter entered the transfer portal. They were all up in arms. They thought it was the end of everything for Iowa state possessing talent within the program. And now here you are. Here's the top three recruiting classes in America right now.
"river view" Discussed on WTOP
"Parent tornado hit the town of fordham Minnesota WCC OTV reporter Caroline Cummings has been there We saw level down trees homes with their roofs torn off I mean some homes just complete rubble and a shell of what they once were And so just extensive damage the worst of it along maple Lake So I'm 70,000 customers are reported without power in Minnesota On the health watch correspondent Vicky Barker with a report from the World Health Organization The WHO says there have now been more than 250 confirmed cases of monkeypox in 23 countries with no previous history of the disease but the agency's top monkeypox expert says she remains confident we are not looking at the next global pandemic here Literally a big deal in sports fallout from Russia's war in Ukraine has famed British soccer team Chelsea changes ownership with the ex owner Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich sanctioned by the UK government Never publicly condemned Russia's invasion although his daughter did criticize Russia's action the sanctions also prevented Chelsea from acquiring any new players bravo is not supposed to receive any money from a $3.2 billion deal Elsewhere oversees the famed da Vinci painting of the Mona Lisa is still smiling tonight this after a man apparently disguised as an old woman in a wheelchair through a piece of cake at the glass protecting the Mona Lisa He also shouted at people to think of the earth authorities of transferred him to a police psychiatric unit This is CBS News CBS correspondent Allison keyes goes deep into social justice issues across the nation on kaleidoscope of podcast from CBS News radio new episodes every Friday It's one O three Tuesday May 31st 2022 the high today 95 Good morning I'm Stephanie gains Bryant the top local stories we're following this hour Alexandria city high school has modified its return plan for students this week switching most mostly to online learning All four campuses will be in remote learning through Friday June 3rd principal Peter Bayless cites two very personal losses Last week stabbing death of a senior and the school system says a 2021 graduate studying in Spain suffered a medical emergency and died Bayliss also points to the impact of the school shooting and uvalde Texas Some students are expected in person seniors completing graduation requirements seniors taking part in graduation rehearsals students fulfilling required testing and students in the specialized instructional program News There will be extra security at a Montgomery county high school today after some online threats circulated over the weekend Winston Churchill high school principal John Taylor sent a letter to the school community Monday to reassure them the threat to the community has been mitigated and it's safe for all students to return to the classroom Taylor said individual students and staff were the target of online threats and Montgomery county police were immediately brought in to investigate Police determined the student involved is not in the area and there is no immediate credible threat Meantime MCS and school staff will be following up with any students involved Taylor said the school administration will assign consequences for the threatening activities while also providing students with support They need to stop inappropriate behavior Sarah Jacobs news Memorial Day turned tragic after a man drowned in the Potomac river yesterday Prince George's county police as well as fire and EMS say they responded to the 11,500 block of river view road in fort Washington at around 6 p.m. According to Maryland natural resources police a 37 year old man jumped from an anchor vessel into the water and later started yelling for help Another person on the vessel through the man a life jacket but he was unable to put it on and fell unconscious A good Samaritan on a nearby boat pulled the man out of the water and tried CPR until emergency crews arrived despite additional lifesaving efforts from first responders the man died It's been 17 years since a man was found dead in manassas police are still looking for his killer The Prince William county police cold case unit is looking for help in the murder of Oscar Maura diaga He was 39 when he was found dead this weekend in 2005 in a creek the creek was a short distance from a homeless camp at the time that camp was located near sage and rosemary streets and autopsy revealed Mara diaga died from blunt force trauma and drowning but they say he had an argument with someone right before he died Kyle Cooper WTO news Ghost guns will now be illegal in Maryland starting Wednesday Ghost guns can be made with 3D printers and purchased online They do not have serial numbers in our heart to track violators could face up to 5 years in jail Our news partners at NBC four spoke with Maryland state delegate Leslie Lopez the bill sponsor who says the new law will help track these guns What this bill will do on June 1st is make it so that you can not purchase a firearm kit online without going through the same background check without having the gun be serialized in the same way as a fully finished firearm would be D.C. and ten states have a ban on the sale of ghost guns Last week a prince George's county high school student was arrested and charged for bringing parts of a ghost gun to school Coming up after traffic and weather will tell you about a drowning at sandy point park It's one O.
"river view" Discussed on We Live Here
"Coming up. The early childhood influences that ignited their passions for education, and will take a seat at the front of the classroom and visit sovereign university. Homeschooling cooperative to learn more about doctor harrell's approach. His call for change and invitation to families. This is we live here. Support for the we live here podcast comes from lidos, a science technology and engineering company driven by a team inspired by innovation and dedicated to making the world safer, healthier and more efficient. See how at doos dot com slash STL. Hey, it's Lauren. We live here is powered by you. Support the show and grow with us at STL PR dot org slash donate. Let everyone know how much you love the show. What they 5 star review and rating on Apple podcasts and connect with us, we live here. Show, we love to hear from you. Let's step back a bit in time. It is those pivotal and generational experiences that not only shaped our innovators, but illuminated their paths to bring forth change to educational institutions. Doctor Howard fields recalls his early memories of education. I remember a sense of community, I attended the overwhelming majority of my years in the river view garden school district and what I remember most was this sense of true community within the school. I remember a sense of having extremely high expectations for students and I also remember having support that was necessary in order for students to flourish. The same holds true for doctor Sean harrell. He remembers his childhood and what shaped his ideas of education before he was even of age to attend school. And register, I figured out I've been an educator since I was a kid, starting off with playing school at home, and having my uncle see the students and not lead to class. Daytime that experience, and I'm talking about I was like maybe four or 5, so I didn't even have a lot of examples of what education or Claire for him was beginning to look like. I just know that I liked hanging out with my grandma and her sisters and brothers and it was fun with them being the students. And I don't know, I just enjoyed it. And then that kind of moved on to me, you know, helping people throughout the years. I have a childhood friend who's created me with helping him learn modification in the time tables. And then his calling became clear. One thing they really got me to the point where I am now was the death of Michael Brown. My conviction and the call and for education became stronger and clearer to me. And being on with floors and going to protest and being around the energy of frustration and the one common thread that I took from that time was to organize and organize and work on that. And I just kept hearing organize. And so with my experience and expertise being in education, I decided that my contribution to organizing would be through education. And through the founding of the school, which is currently now at home schools and cooperative, which is sovereign university. Harrell, just shy of 40 years old, founded sovereign university. Out of his home, with and for his family. I have a wife and four children. Three of which home school within the cooperative and I was on this just too young, but she would definitely be with us. So I have a ten year old in 5th grade. I have and 8 year old and third grade. I have a 6 year old who is in first grade, but I don't know chief tackling any level of, you know, work that she can't. And then I have a three year old who is eagerly waiting to get into her educational endeavors with their family. And for the sake of their futures, it was time. Begin in the home school in cooperative, really was, you know, a goal of mine that I didn't necessarily expect to have him so soon or in the manner that it happened, but the COVID pandemic kind of created the perfect storm of opportunity and I'm fortunate that I had a support system and, you know, it does some preparation that would allow me to take advantage of the opportunity. Opportunities that doctor harrell says or not. But should have been accessible to him as he progressed through school. American students aren't as competitive as other countries around the world as far as education, even right now with having such a big strong hole on tech industry and being a major players in the information age. I don't know, I just think that in that way we've been failed. I graduated high school in 2000 and I don't think it's anywhere I should have gotten out of high school without having a strong introduction to things like coding, which is now we see so many jobs that are going on field. We hear about the ethnic and racial disparity in the tech field. And I went to a science and technology high school and, you know, I mean, I couldn't get a coding job today, and I feel like, you know, those type of things that I feel like are opportunities missed. I'm making it my job to not let another generation pass without opportunities to thrive and be competitive in the future. It's a job that traditional public education was just not designed to fulfill. And so now, a lot of my focus as far as ideas and career feels and path and I'm within technology that we already have began to introduce to the youth that I work with. Of course, coding, but I think drone operation and maintenance cybersecurity is a field that there's a lot of promise and prosperity toward, but I spent a lot of time researching where I think the world and the economy is going. And I reverse engineer my educational programs and curriculums to be able to meet those needs. So, you know, we're introducing the children to concepts and ideas of artificial intelligence, many reality, which they don't even realize that they're so familiar with, but anyone who used a SnapChat or TikTok filter has participated in the augmented reality. And I want to make that connection and strengthen that bridge from our community being strictly consumers and increasing our role as manufacturers and producers. I believe that most public education is not designed to groom and empower people to be their best sales. It's more so designed to mow them into someone who can fit in their systems that are already established. It doesn't necessarily promote building new systems. And I just really thought that we can do more and you know, kind of looking on things that a global scale. So, welcome to sovereign university. You guys, you got questions, show? I got it. Nature has a tendency to recycle patterns. The cyclical pattern of.
"river view" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"We're still not back to pre covert levels. But boy, we're moving in that direction. That's Creighton University economist Ernie Goss. He says the new nine statement. America Business Conditions Index is down slightly from April's record numbers, but still shows a lot of confidence for business managers and serve a God says he thinks the regional economy will be back to pre coded levels. Sometime in the first three months of next year. The first hotel in New York City's Roosevelt Island opens today. Liz Warner reports the 18 story Graduate Hotel Roosevelt Island, sits at the entrance of the island's Cornell Tech graduate campus and calls itself a scholastic retreat in the middle of the East River. The hotel has 224 rooms and each posts River views of Manhattan and Queens with a rooftop bar opening at the end of the month. In addition to being the first hotel on Roosevelt Island, it's also one of the first new hotels to appear in New York City. Since the pandemic began. Major League Baseball will honor Yankees legend Lou Gehrig with a special day of recognition tomorrow, which will then become an annual part of the league schedule. James Slipping explains June 2nd will henceforth become Lou Gehrig Day around baseball as the Yankees iron Horse. Joins the late Jackie Robinson and Roberto Clemente as the only players to have an entire day of the league calendar dedicated to their memory. The league will also look to raise awareness and money to fight a LS the day will feature special uniforms Patches league wide along with red responds reading for a LS the former San Francisco Tiki is that with the makeup brand, it's so safe, you can sleep in it. Fiona Chan.
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"Used as a conduit to fund other campaigns. Eric, Thanks for the explanation. I love the piece that center for Illinois politics, are you? Are you welcoming this snowstorm? Or do you dislike this kind of snow Storm? I'm hunkered down. I'm inside over the town now, so I don't have to shovel. Oh, I shouldn't admit that, um, but it's you know, it's part of Chicago. It's whether it's Chicago will deal with it. Hey, Can you identify as again? That's been around a long time and John damn san. We're trying to identify who this is from the 1967 blizzard. And this may not be an anchorman. This may have been actually Just a voice over talent, but see if you can recognize this voice. The windy City of Chicago is quite as well as windy, battered by a furious winter storm, which dumped 2 Ft. Of snow across the Midwest. 68 deaths were traced to the blizzard. 10 FT Drifts were a common sight after the 29 hours snowfall which brought this giant city to a standstill. Does that voice ring any bells? I'm sorry to say it doesn't I was I was a kid in eighth grade in 1967 very well. Remember the 67 Blizzard friends who are from out of town are sick of me talking about the 67 blizzard, and they're sick of me talking about river view, but that blizzard was something and you remember The next day after the blizzard, the temperatures plunged and McCormick Place burned down. Yeah, that's right. For Larry that's often forget. Yeah, suspiciously, too. It's almost brand new. Yeah, it was bring you. In fact, they made Titanic like statements about it saying.
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"Just a moment. Former Chris Christie aide Bridget Kelly is running for political office in New Jersey after her federal conviction in the Bridgegate scandal was overturned. Dublin. Why she's Matt Katz reports Kelly's infamous time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee email blew the lid off of a political revenge scheme directed at the Democratic mayor of Fort Lee. After he declined to endorse Christie's 2013 reelection. Kelly nearly went to prison before the Supreme Court ruled she didn't violate federal law. Now she's running as a Republican to be the clerk of Bergen County to win it, and I would hope that those people that Spent the last seven years gleefully watching me be destroyed are the same ones that, you know, understand that I unanimously one at the United States Supreme Court the Republican primaries in June. The U. S. Supreme Court says it won't take up the appeal of former longtime New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, who is currently serving a 6.5 year prison sentence after being convicted for corruption. Silver, a Democrat, was one of the three most powerful elected officials in New York until he was ousted from the state Assembly and convicted in a bribery scheme in 2015. That conviction was overturned on appeal that silver was convicted again in 2018. Part of that conviction, was then tossed out on another appeal, leading to his most recent sensing in July, the 76 year old began serving prison time in August. Newly expanded public library on Roosevelt Island Open today after years of construction and nearly $8 million in renovations. Anthony Marks is the president of the New York Public Library system, he says the 5200 square foot building is double the size of its predecessor and features more amenities. We've got almost 30 computer stations. We've got 16,000 books. We've got this fabulous kids room with a river view, got outdoor space to come community space programs based staff space. Due to the pandemic. This base is currently only open for grab and go service again. Yes, Nose in the forecast, but it's going to be pretty sloppy. We're gonna have snow mixed with rain and sleet through the day tomorrow Low tonight 31 High tomorrow about 34 degrees..
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"Certainly we're keeping an eye on all the events unfolding with the inauguration, also the state of the state. Much more coverage coming up here on the hammer and Nigel Show other breaking news, especially if your Colts fan Philip Rivers iconic, legendary quarterback as spent one season with the entire with the Indianapolis Colts, is decided to call it quits. Kevin Bowen covers the Colts in his host on one of 75 the fan, Our sister sports talk station. Keep s O s. So I woke up to the news this morning that rivers is retiring. I consider you an insider. You have contacts. You worked within the walls of the court's Colts Organization for number of years. How did you first find out that that rivers wasn't coming back? 29. I think when you know me and hammer talked about a month and a half ago, I thought OK about 80 90% Chance. Philip Rivers returns and then you know, as December started to move along, and even we got into January that really became almost a coin flip to me. Again, Rivers his own decision. You know, I was like, Oh, boy, I don't know if this was gonna be something that he definitely 100% wants to do for another season. Um, late last night, I I heard from someone that this is going to happen. Unfortunately, just Did not get that second confirmation on it. But having said that I'm still a bit surprised. To be honest with you. I thought his competitive streak his passion for the game. The fact that there's not some crazy physical injury involved again. Yeah, he had the toe issue this year, but Burstyn talk that might have a need surgery. I just thought that would win out and how that season ended in Buffalo being so close to beating the bills. I thought you would return and always moving, you know, Secondly, for a third time in less than a year, which that's just a small army of people that he's moving, you've got nine kids, so I just thought all those factors he would play one more season and kind of delay being a high school football coach. So tell me is that the way it works with sports journalist to sports writer you had And initial confirmation last night, But you but the way it works is you have to wait for your policy is I'm gonna have to sources on this before I hit social media with it. That's what kind of the way it works with you. Yeah. You know, I could probably get away with one, you know, And maybe mother medium, but something this magnitude, you know, I really wanted to make sure like I'm not necessarily in the breaking news business. You know, I'm more of Ah, analyzer if you will of this information, and you wanna be right before you first, for sure, for sure. And so, you know, I averaged out to someone I thought close to the rivers family, someone close to the Colts organization, and when I got crickets, I probably should have known then that this was happening, but it was kind of cool. Philip broke the story. The UM San Diego's equivalent to Mike Chapel. So my chapels cover the culture of 30. Some years. I heard you guys to him this morning. Uh, the old Chargers beat writer Kevin A. C is his name. That's who. That's who broke the story. And you know it wasn't some mega Adam Schefter in rapid ports and mega NFL reporter. It was just kind of a local guy that to get that goes to show you who felt forever says extremely loyal and extremely dunder. Kevin Bowman covers the Colts for one of 75 the fan. Okay, let me go back to this one Looks circle right back around like I was kind of surprised that you said you were surprised. By Philip Rivers retiring. I always thought and I think you mentioned is I thought it was. I mean, 50 50. This guy had a great season with Indianapolis and I thought, Well, he's getting up there in age. It wouldn't surprise me at all. But you were kind of surprised. Yeah, you know, it's kind of two fold one and think of Sando decided to retire last week. That kind of brought me back to the drawing board of like, Okay. How about Philip Rivers view that like the offense of line protection without standing last year now the culture scrambling on who that new left tackle's gonna be? Rhetoric just suffered a toe injury. Okay, Is that going to alter his thinking in a way, But I brought the high school football coaching job, which is what rivers we're going to do next down in Alabama because he's always wanted to coach his son's. High school football. His father did that to him. And so his oldest son, Gunner is on Lee in seventh grade, So I felt like, okay, you know, you wait till gunner is a freshman. And then you know, you go move back to Alabama. You play here and indeed for two years, and that's kind of how the story would unfold for his next chapter after football. By all accounts, he really had a pretty good individual season for the cold. I mean, I think he checked off a lot of boxes of what people thought he would be like so I was in the corn. I didn't think it was like a big of a slam dunk, as I think many others thought, but at the same time, the naked found the news came out. And those families battle a little bit of a code code thing. Right Right now. I was just kind of like, all right, You know, highways just gonna play out with, you know, seemingly another virtual offseason. Come into the NFL. What was the name of that? You mentioned the reporter in San Diego that broke the news. Yeah. Kevin 80 San Diego Union for being I heard you asked him this morning. Maybe..
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"County are accused of breaking into graves at amount door cemetery and mutilating corpses Pull. County Sheriff Grady Judd says they found seven skulls at the Lake Wales home of one of the suspects. Any grave is horrific, but they sought out Unintentionally went to the graves of Veterans of Hero One. Lopez of Lake Wales and Brian Tolentino of Davenport each facing several charges, the state announced 19,530 new Corona virus infections and 194 total deaths on Friday. Next month. Super Bowl in Tampa will be completely cash lists Reverse A TM machines have been installed at Raymond James Stadium to convert cashed. To a visa value card. All food and beverage purchases are cash lists with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad from the Florida Centra Credit Union Home Loans Traffic Center. What looks like the flow of traffic on her interstates this morning is we have no delays heading in a Pinellas County across the Howard Franklin Bridge, and once you're up the bridge to 75 is clear into downtown Tampa. No delays on 75 at a river view all the way through to Bruce beat downs, and it's quiet on I four We're gonna crash on Hillsboro Avenue near Orient Road. See Traffic troubles called the Tip line. Did 866545 95 95 I'm Agent Springer NewsRadio W F L. A Gusty northwesterly winds will bring in cooler and drier air for the weekend. It's all behind last night's cold front for the next few hours. Temperatures will hold steady in the upper sixties but will drop quickly into the fifties this evening and to near 47 degrees by Saturday morning temperature stay cold over the weekend despite seeing a lot more sunshine. Eyes on Saturday only near 60 degrees Sunday morning, We'll start out in the low forties and only top out near 63. I'm Max Defender eight meteorologist Amanda Holly. This report is sponsored by.
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"Thomas NEWS Radio W F L A It stays Wendy today and temperatures will remain study with highs at 67 down into the forties. Tonight. 61 degrees had news radio W F L A A River View man is in custody for his alleged involvement in the Capitol Hill writing on Wednesday. Matthew Council was arrested after the angry mob overpowered Capitol police and broke into the building counsel's charged with unlawful entry to federal property to other Florida residents are charged in connection to the riot, including Michael Curzio of Marion County and John Anderson of ST Augustine. Curzio has served time in prison for attempted murder. Protester Seeing carrying an important piece of furniture out of the U. S. Capitol. Maybe a Manatee County Man widely seen photo from Wednesday's Malian Washington shows a grinning man wearing a trump to bargain carrying away the lectern used by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Authorities haven't identified or charged the man, but several people on social media have identified him as a 36 year old resident of Parrish. In Manatee County Deputies and manatees say they are aware of the photo and have passed along information to authorities in D. C. Gordon Byrd News Radio W F L A governor to Santa's is responding to Wednesday's melee at the U. S Capitol, saying violence is wrong. He also says it shows the need for his proposed legislation to crack down on violent protesters. Speaking in Bradenton, the governor rejected a reporter's suggestion that his comments about the election motivated people to commit violent acts..
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"A portions of the royal words 70 pushing 71. Now. 702 Capitol Hill police officers, the fifth person to die as a result of the mob sees on the U. S Capitol Wednesday. He's been identified as 42 year old Brian Sick. Nick and Capitol Police say he died due to injuries sustained while on duty Capitol police chief has resigned, the incoming Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer said Thursday. These were writers Insurrectionists goons thugs. Domestic terrorists. He called on the Cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office. Hours later, in a taped video. The president acknowledged that he lost the election. Congress has certified the results. A new administration will be inaugurated on January. 20th. My focus now turns to ensuring a smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power. Two members of his Cabinet resigned Thursday. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos step down hours after Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao into the same Brian Clark ABC News It failed coming up on 703 this morning, and three Floridians are now arrested facing charges for the riots at the U. S. Capitol police announcing that John Anderson, a scene Augustine Michael Cassio of Summerfield and River views. Matthew Council have been arrested for unlawful entry. Curcio was imprisoned back in 19 2019 after serving eight years for attempted murder. Education Secretary Betsy the boss is resigning following the violence at the Capitol, in a resignation letter to Voss blamed the president's rhetoric for fueling the situation that culminated in pro Trump protesters. Storming the Capitol building. She called it an inflection point for her. She noted that Children are watching these events and must know from us that America is greater than what transpired. She is now the second Cabinet member to resign following T s say's Elaine Chao Number. Our teachers are looking for a judge to instruct the school superintendent to keep his word. In its lawsuit against Broward Public schools. The Broward Teachers Union is asking a judge for an injunction preventing the district from requiring the fewer than 2000 teachers with cancer and other diseases from returning to classrooms Monday or take leave. Stay are really.
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"On 75 about a river view all the way through. Bruce beat downs. See traffic problems called the tip line at 866545 95 95. I'm Agent Springer NewsRadio W F L. A Another cold start across the Tampa Bay area, but we beginning warming trend this afternoon highs today near 65. It will feel very nice, especially in the sunshine. Tonight. Milder as well. Lows Only fault too near 51 by Monday morning and Monday afternoon were back in the lower seventies. The warming trend continues through the end of the week. By Thursday. We're nearing 80 degrees are next cold front Looks like it will arrive on New Year's Day on the water today. Northeast winds at 10 knots I'm Max to venerate meteorologist Amanda Holly. The preceding program was paid for by the law offices of Joseph F. Pippen, junior and associates. Welcome to ask an attorney, the law offices now open. If you have a legal question about Florida law, give us a call our toll free number 809 699352. All right. Let's welcome to ask an attorney all about Florida law our number two. If you have a legal question, the phone lines are open. You have a toll free number 1 809 699352. That's 1 809 699352. If I can help you in any way All you have to do is call the show. Um and we're here to help us many people so we can. Well, first hour was interesting. We had.
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"Pam who so Fox News Federal agents following hundreds of leads and tips were drawn to a home in suburban Nashville yesterday. It's unknown what led them there, But a picture on Google maps from last year shows a recreational vehicle parked in the backyard. The RV is similar to the one that exploded on Christmas. Federal, state and local authorities are working around the clock to learn the motive behind Friday's bombing, the blast set from an RV, damaging dozens of buildings downtown. Three people were hurt, now recovering this morning. Investigators also discovering human remains near the crime scene. Thought, says Jackie Baniyas. Ah, suspects in custody in Illinois Police and Rockford say a shooting at a bowling alley last night left three people dead increased payments to the people that tweet early this morning from President Trump, who refuses to sign a coronavirus relief bill because of what he calls measly stimulus payments since the bill hasn't been signed unemployment programs used by about 14 million Americans expired. Ah government shutdown is also looming since the covert bill is tied to Unsigned government spending bill. We were working hard to provide aid to the American people. It should never have been bundled with these other entities. Those are two separate issues and Americans have been held hostage by this house. Republican Brad wins dropped The president is opposed to the spending bill because of the amount of foreign aid Visors. Virus vaccine is rolling out across the European Union, health care workers and the elderly are receiving the first shots. Virus vaccine may have found its way into the wrong arms in New York City. Ah health care clinic in Brooklyn is under criminal investigation for allegedly giving unauthorized Copan 19 inoculations. It's unclear how the clinic obtained the vaccine. America's listening to Fox News from the Florida Central Credit Union home Loans, Traffic Center. We're seeing good flowing traffic on to 75 this morning coming off the Howard Franklin Bridges, you're making your way into downtown Tampa. Totally south bound on to 75 out of the downtown areas. You're making your way to the bridge. Traffic continues to move well, in both directions of I four. No delays on 75 about a river view all the way through. Bruce beat downs. See traffic problems called the tip line at 866545 95 95. I'm Agent Springer NewsRadio.
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"A 45 minute drive. But now with less traffic Arrest people on the roads, rest congestion. I live there now because the commute is lessened. And I think that's going to really see Tampa take a whole new form. A Tampa is never gonna be a metropolis like Manhattan or New York City where everything is concentrated. You have towers everywhere. Um, are our land won't support it. We're you know, we're an island or coastal. It's risky. Our land once supported the hurricane risk won't support It's just not gonna happen. So how Tampa Bay is going to grow. Is going to be growing outward. It's not going to grow up. You know, we're not gonna have the you know. Are we going to get a tower here in there? Yes, but is it going to become the norm? No house team today is going to grow. Uhm it's not going to grow as much vertically as it is horizontally. You're going to see our area spread out. You're going to see you know Lakeland Even I'm getting. We're getting a lot of customers wanting to live in Lakeland because the commute now the affordability. The commute isn't as bad. Um you know, so I think you're going to see more and more people. Look for that Eastern East, Hillsborough and north past northern Hillsborough, South Pascoe corridor is just going to key and it's been exploding. Don't you think it's been exploding? And this is basically like throwing fuel on the fire. Yeah, and there's there's a lot of land up there. I mean, in in in these areas and and out east that isn't involved and because the commute will be less and more people can work from home and there's more land out there. That's where you're gonna see all the development and there's a lot for a lot of area for us to spread out and support the growth that we have and where he should go to some of those other metropolis is there's no more land right? They can only build one way and that's up. And that's why they do it right. But we have the land to be able to do it. I think with people continue to come here and move out, you're going to see exactly what you're saying. You're going to see it more spread out, you know, use Ridley and and you know, in that river view very Cocteau. Forget how you think of you there, although somebody said you forgot Livia and over, So we were trying to do that the other day. It was like brand. It was like brand with Rico View er or something. It was some crazy but Regardless that corridors is going to keep growing and and I'll tell you I think that another thing that Tampa Bay is we're going to see development. I don't want to say that we're not going to see towers. I mean, you've got midtown of Water Street. They're gonna be large mass scale developments. But there's gonna be a lot of low rise buildings within that, too. Not everything's a high rise within those those communities so You're going to see, Um you know, commercial development. And I think the area just continues to get spread out more. Um, you know, and so That's just going to continue. It really is, and I think it's great for Tampa Bay. My only concern is that at some point And they're improving the infrastructure and the roads and things and outs. Why construction's underway on to 75. They're aware that this is happening. They put the Express Lane on Salman. You know, they put Putting express lanes on the on the cross town. You know they're doing some of these things, right? But what I'm concerned about is, um, you know, in in A year, Maybe two. Does the work from home phenomenon stop working as effectively do people stop being afraid of losing their jobs? So they don't work as hard from home because they can get away with stuff. And then do people start getting brought back to the office? And then when that happens? Does that overwhelm our infrastructure, and that will be something that I think city planners need to pay attention to, because it is. It is a risk for Tampa Bay that if the lot of this development is prompted and fueled by this work from home phenomenon that that work from home phenomenon goes out of favor. It could have an impact on how Tampa Bay develops and grows from here. I certainly don't want our traffic to turn into what it's like in other parts of the country, so I'm hopeful we can at least still have moderately. Reasonable traffic. I mean, I went out to the beach. Um, I went out the same pbeach not long ago and I live in south South Tampa, and we think it took us 28 minutes. Yeah, I was the quickest drive to the beach I've ever seen in my life, so and it was doing like it was doing in time that we did. You would have expected worse traffic, then we got so I think there's there's no question that people can move further out. Right now. 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"M Tampa Bay and you've got a story here on We've been hearing on the newscast here about him. Police officer shooting? Yeah. Chris Franklin's had all the latest but very, very interesting story happened yesterday. And Bloomingdale 27 year old grand theft suspect was shot and killed after an incident with deputies. So what happened was Dylan raise Scott. He was the suspect. He was parked outside of McDonald's and River View that 10 p.m. on Sunday a woman was in his truck he was wanted. On charges of grand theft and resisting arrest. So there was a warrant out for his arrest. And what happened was he was driving down Bloomingdale Avenue crash into a minivan. Deputies were try. They responded. They were trying to get him out of there. They escorted the woman out of the truck. But the guy wasn't listening to any of their orders. So he the cops were yelling. Show your hand! Show your hands. He did not mention he had a gun. Then, once he motioned for a gun, that was it. The four deputies fired shots, so hey was transported to the hospital. He did die from his injuries. But it's just another example of why police officers have the toughest job in this country. Right now. They're gonna be people critical of this. It's hard to believe. I mean, you just want to take somebody who is critical of the police for doing something like that. It's okay. Let me put you in that situation. I got a gun right here and I'm gonna pull it and you are convinced I'm going to shoot you. If I get that thing out, you're gonna take your gun and shoot me first. You know that You're too stupid to be walking around now. It looks like the man here. The suspect is white was was white. And what's interesting to see is What the reaction will be after that, But I think it's more telling in general to the public that these police officers for a lot of them. It's not about color. It's about safety. And if they see anybody in a situation like that, forget about the color your skin any human being in that situation if they feel their lives and the lives of People in the community around them are in danger. They're going to do what is necessary to keep everyone saving. In this instance. It resulted in the suspect losing his life. Yeah, I'm just waiting to see if People come out. They're saying they didn't need to come by. But Lina let stuff like we've heard about in so many cases, but you gotta put your self in that policeman's position. Achiever. I get killed or he gets shot. That I want to make you love him, and I think I said Sunday. This was obviously yesterday. This all unfolded just after 10 p.m. last night, So it is just a very tough job These officers have and you never know what type of person and what type of mental health issues you might be dealing with. Upon guarantee There's no way I am. Could not handle me in a cop. That's a tough job. Believe me. A. By the way I got this from Terry, Long free. Um, but we were talking about Chuck Yeager having passed away day before yesterday from West Virginia, of course, and the guy who was the first to fly Faster than sound. He was Vietnam pilot. I mean, just an incredible guy all around. And he was raised in Hamlin. He was born in some little tiny town near there, Maya, I think it was or something like that. But he was raised in Hamlin was Virginia. And in 1948, he flew an F 80. Under a Charleston bridge, one of the bridges on the Canal River. At 450 Miles an hour, according to the newspaper accounts. And he was asked to repeat the feat for photographers. And he said, You should never strafe the same place twice because the Gunners they're gonna be waiting for you. So you refused to do it. But he never forgot.
Miami - Florida Drug Dealer Arrested In Overdose Death
"A local overdose led to a murder charge for a river view, drug dealer. Deputies say Crystal Post sold heroin mixed with fentanyl to a customer sheriff Chad Chronis TER says laced drugs continue to be an issue in the area are biggest obstacle. His drug dealers who were always willing to put profit over people safety and the fact that people who are addicted to these drugs are willing to take that risk. The sheriff says It's a priority to go after dealers who sell drugs that lead to overdoses.