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"roadside memorial" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:49 min | 5 months ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Radio W F L A 19 year old from Port Richey is charged with writing his Kawasaki Ninja into a seven year old boy killing him Sean Wire. It's turned himself in. On Sunday, Neighbors say the boy was walking through the neighborhood to look at Christmas lights for the roadside memorial on Regency Park Boulevard for the little boy who lost his life here Saturday night and Florida Highway Patrol 19 year old Sean Wire. It has been charged with leaving the scene of a crash involving a death. And driving a motorcycle without the proper endorsement on his driver's license. Florida Highway Patrol troopers say they recovered the motorcycle at home on Fox. Hello, driving Port Richey that is half a mile from the scene. Use generates Justin Checker reports the Highway Patrol found the racing style motorcycle in a yard on Fox Hollow. Dr. Weir Itch is suspected of speeding at the time of the collision. Hillsborough County will open to new drive thru coronavirus testing sites this week to meet increasing demands. One site will be in Riverview, the other end over that's a 500 tests per day, given us additional 3000 tests, a weak assed We addressed this service. Him, Dudley with Hillsborough County Emergency Management tells news Channel eight. The sights will be advanced Vogel Sports Complex that Bull Frog Creek and River View and William Cohen past sports Complex located on Sydney Dover Road in Dover. Corona virus is to blame for almost 100. More deaths in Florida, the Department of Health announced 96 due to Cove in 19, and over 8400 new cases. The virus has infected more than a million people in Florida and killed about 19,000. Overall, the governor dissatisfied standing by his decision. Who reject statewide mask mandates or limits on businesses. Some point you have to look at the observed experience about what's happening, and I think you know respectfully. There's narratives that like lockdowns work, and if they don't if you look at the evidence The saddest spoke in Orlando, saying his hands off approach has saved the livelihoods of millions of people in the state. Today's the deadline for seniors to sign up for Medicare or make changes to their existing policies. For the new year. Seniors can shop around and choose an all encompassing Medicare advantage plans. They give you all of the benefits of A and B And most of them include your party drug coverage, and they cover those out of pocket deductibles and copayments that you would normally have on original Medicare but lines for ages. Cathy Sar Mia to reiterates beneficiaries must go to in network doctors and hospitals and follow additional rules. Original Medicare, Plus a Medigap supplement allows you to go to any doctor or hospital in the country with the government building the supplement for what it doesn't cover. Mark Rodriguez. Miami, Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad crossed hers celebrating a new.

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Com all right question is this do these roadside memorials bother you this is usually where you only see them is you know along side up on the public easement the grass whatever at an intersection alongside a highway and you'll see flowers across whatever it might be maybe you know long ago deflated balloons of third if it's been there awhile but it's usually almost always where somebody died almost always in a traffic accident you'll see them for shooting sometimes I mean whatever might be but it is a big thing in Camden about the server morals on the street from the shooting victims and people signing about not cleaning them up yes that's the constant tension if you don't own the property have any right to put stuff there and I know that technically I know that this would be wondering technically it would be you do you does you just said you don't it's not your property I get that but do these ever bother you and for me they don't and especially if it's traffic accidents if anything I don't see them regularly enough I'm not seeing them every you know four hundred yards or anything like that that it's getting to be a distraction if anything I feel like alongside a highway especially it's always a good reminder it's like all the safety things we hear about and put your foot you know cell phone down all of those it always feels like in theory until you see one of those road side memorials and then it feels much more real if anything to me it's like a little bit of a public service thing but maybe I just look at in a weird way I don't know but I know a lot of people get very agitated by these and we want to get your opinion on this at one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five now the reason I'm bringing this up this is a little out of the ordinary for these memorials because nobody knows what happened at this girl yet her name is dull say Allah vets this is the case if you remember in Bridgeton where she went vanishing she was she's five years old and she went missing from bridged in city park she got out of the car where her mother remained in the car and she played with her three year old brother there were other people around I'm sure you remember this case we talked about it extensively at the time couple of times since this is the one where at first witnesses were saying somebody thinks they saw her walking or being walked by a man towards a red van then there was somebody by that description who was wanted but only as a witness not as a suspect it was very very odd I'm a lot of it didn't really seem to match up in a lot of people's minds in the public none the less nobody does whatever happened a girl well there is I'm assuming the same park that there is this backstop fencing at a baseball field and that was the spot where they did one of these makeshift memorials they have a poster could be a useful poster because I've got information about where to contact and there's like a lot of our old ribbons a lot of old balloons flowers things like that and now it's time for baseball it's going to be time for baseball season soon and the families being told you got to get rid of that yeah you got to take it all down it's time for the park to be used for its intended purpose so you can't leave your stuff up there what people are playing ball against that Braxton right now that I can understand but what they're saying is that they're in talks with the city and talks with mayor Albert Kelly there that they are going to take it down but they are going to look for a different place to just put it back up again and again none of this bothers me if it were so rampant that every you every direction you looked you saw memorials to the dead or in this case of the missing maybe that it would get a little overwhelming a little distracting but if you don't see it all the time is it that big of a deal when you do see these things now we cannot talk about this one in particular because it's not something that is of the utility they need the backstop I get that but when you see these alongside a road say or wherever else does it bother you do you feel like it's an eyesore do you feel like it's maybe just inappropriate whatever your reason especially if it's been there awhile right a lot of people I say that I can mention the balloons that are that are not as quite as full as they used to be right the the cross the paper whatever's been beaten down by the rain he looks at see am I weird though even that for some reason doesn't bother me one of those that are funded either but it also does a bomb if they're told taken down and some people say well they should be able to keep them up it's not bothering anybody whatever but again if you don't own the property you don't get to say I know like by the technical letter of the law I get it if if the powers that be decide that yeah I agree who are you to just fight it because it's not yours but yeah I still do feel a little bit bad for them it even when the red sign of given up it's like okay that we put this here is a memorial to memorial something to remember someone we don't remember them anymore because memorials golf right it's going to be crushing right especially like this album out of this case you know this is all going it is it's like okay as everybody given up but as you mentioned there in negotiations put it somewhere else so will indicate people haven't forgotten it right right so have you seen a lot of these have you ever actually put one up would be a pretty fair question but do they really bother you see I feel like they are mostly harmless but are you against them do you feel like there ought to be stronger laws against this for whatever laws that are do you feel like they ought to be enforced and just never allowed how do you feel about these little road side memorials that pop up our phone number is one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five and I get that if you don't like them maybe feel adds kind of cold hearted to say that right but believe it or not there are so many people that feel exactly like you do if you were in that group I might even guess most people I don't know I never saw stats on it because I've we've talked about it before in the distant past there are plenty of people who think they're tacky right think they don't belong on public land ever and that there should be a time limit they should not be allowed at all right right that people are basically trying to make public land just like their personal grieving spotter their personal cemetery in and people upset that's you know if if if you've lost a loved one that's not the place the place is the cemetery or the places the urn on your shelf whatever it might be so you tell us how do you feel about roadside memorials are they harmless or are they a terrible one eight hundred two eight three one one point five time for the news at two thirty now the latest New Jersey news from NJ one one five dot com Fadel fight all the parts and 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"roadside memorial" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on KOMO

"Morning sickening. Somebody would do that. He says his apartment complex does not allow tenants to fly flag from the buildings. So we put one up behind his truck several weeks ago to honor men and women who serve and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. That's komo's Steve McCarron unreal and unconscionable. That's how a local grandfather describes what happened now after someone murdered his granddaughter last September. He learned somebody vandalized, the place where he goes to remember her. Komo's Michelle Esteban spoke with him and joins us from Renton Dale Riley roadside memorial. He had made you honor his twenty two year old granddaughter has been banned allies, the cruise memorial marines avenue. South in Renton is toppled face down her grandad just building put up this now damage cross last Monday after the first roadside cross he made for her finished without a trace. Her case remains unsolved in her grandad says the roadside memorial is a place to grieve, the loss for family and friends figured with random allies. See the someone in the neighbor. Who doesn't want it there? Or maybe the people that did the killing still very vindictive came back and did something to the cross Ryan. He says to make certain the second cross stayed. Put he angered it to offense. That's komo's Michelle Esteban fresh off her divorce from the world's richest man MacKenzie base. Oh, says pledging to give away half of her fortune to charity. She says she has signed the giving pledge campaign to get the ultra wealthy to pledge at least half of their fortunes to charitable causes. Those who joined can give away their money while they are alive or given structures in their wills MacKenzie basis does not say how she plans to give the money away, the divorce left her with about four percent of Amazon, which is now worth more than thirty six billion dollars ever. Get stuck at a red light from what seems to be several minutes while there are no cars travelling in the lanes that have a green light, as komo's Brian Calvert tells us, you're not alone. There are no cars coming. Some intersections seem to give you a green almost instantly. There are others where your light remains read when no cars are coming that lasts scenario prompted the Esser. Family to write to the Everett herald asking about an intersection in Sultan were highway two meets old Owen road. They commented that several times while waiting on old. Oh. And they sit for about five minutes waiting for a green when nothing is coming by on highway to the herald reached out to the state and found, there is a method to the madness in its response. The State Department of transportation reminds us that highway two carries way more cars than it's designed for and officially the four minute and thirty-second red light programmed at old oh, and helps.

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on KOMO

"When the 737 max will be cleared to fly. Komo's Ryan Yamamoto reports the FAA has yet to sign off on Boeing software updates to the seven thirty-seven Max's flight control system. Police needed spike strips to end a wild chase in Marysville overnight. It started when officers say, three people robbed the Safeway at twelfth and State Street. They took off went the wrong way down. I five that's where police were able to use those spike strips to stop the car and arrest them snow. Kwami police were involved in a chase on eastbound I ninety when a suspect moved to the westbound lanes and struck a passenger car head on trooper. Rick Johnson tells us this started as a reporter. Assault, and kidnapping than the crash leaving five people hospitalized female passenger and the driver, both were transported to Harborview, as well as three occupant. In the blue passenger vehicle right now. We've got one individual in the blue pastor vehicle with a head injury. And then I believe the passenger in the van potentially in critical condition, but Harborview have to answer that, now that they're at their hospital as for the kidnapping and assault. We're trying to figure that out there was a male female in the white van and the reporting party, which caused Snoqualmie police to be dispatched indicated that the female was yelling. I don't want to get into the vehicle, and there was an assault progress, and there were long delays around exit twenty two eastbound on I ninety for some time during the investigation. Unreal and unconscionable. That's how a local grandfather describes what happens. Now after someone murdered his granddaughter last September. He learned someone vandalized, the place where he goes to remember, her come Michelle Esteban spoke with him, and has more. From Renton Dale Riley is a roadside memorial. He had made to honor his twenty two year old granddaughter has been vandalized the cross memorial marines avenue. South in Renton is toppled face down her grandad just building put up this now damage cross last Monday after the first roadside cross he made for her Sanish without a trace. Her case remains unsolved in her grandad says the roadside memorial is a place to grieve, the loss for family and friends round. The lies see the someone in the neighborhood doesn't want it there. Or maybe the people that did the killing still very vindictive came back and did something to the cross, Brian. He says to make certain the second cross stayed put he anchored it to offense. That's komo's Michelle Esteban. Komo news time eight ten. That's time to get to the Harley exterior sports desk. Tom hutler here ended a six game losing streak emphatically last night as as started an eleven game homestand.

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"All across America eight six six ninety redeye he is. Currently and I'm Gary. McNamara welcome and good morning You see, that story at bleak was maybe from Maine Peter wants. To memorialize a lobster That crashed and. Memorialize the lobster truck crash victims I memorialized some lobsters, every now and then withdrawn butter making it up not making it up Story was out there is actually a story from, this week that we never got a chance to to to get, to and those, important. Stories but we should get to pita hopes to build memorial were lobsters, died in Maine crash Yeah Now, they they know that those lobsters were going to die. Anyway That, was the whole purpose of them being on the truck People for the ethical treat treatment of animals wanted to build a five foot. Tombstone were lobsters, may, have died after a crash on route one in Brunswick, Maine last week may have according to the Brunswick police department several lobsters that a cozy harbor seafood truck was carrying got crushed as a result of a rollover It. Was something I, never, seen before said one detective some lobsters were loose on, the ground from being spilled over so we went to work to save the ones that we could Organization. Sent a letter to the main department of transportation asking if. It could create a roadside memorial where the lobsters lost their lives Countless sensitive, lobsters experienced an agonizing death when this truck roll over and their, bodies came crashing down onto the highway said PD executive vice president Tracy Reimann As a pulse, to being boiled today, slowly yes Deliciously these are all quotes here pita hopes to pay tribute to these individuals who didn't want to. Die With the memorial urging people. To. Prevent future suffering by keeping. Lobsters and all other animals off their plates don't buddy wants to die But lobster sometimes have to die For our happiness Here's here's I love some, citizens, of Maine say lobsters belong on the dinner table and they don't agree with, the memorial said, Timothy Smith quote it just seems a little extreme to me. Just a little I'm all. For, animal rights oh, you're not gonna but I just don't understand putting up a tombstone for some lobsters I'm sorry I'm not cruel, to animals but that goes way too far and a monument on. The highway Yeah Local TV station has reached out to the main department of transportation for comment regarding pitas. Request they have not. Yet heard. Back The? Officials. From the main department of transportation could not be reached for comment as they were having lunch. At a main seafood restaurant yeah Yeah Untimely. Death so is that being twelve? O'clock noon at Red Lobster is a timely? Death Now I don't know if? This was put together by the TV station What Looks just like, a it's a tombstone and I can't turn my. Teeth I was gonna turn my screen over to you but, says but it's a tombstone says in memory of the lobsters who suffered and died at this, spot August twenty, seventeen try vegan pita and it's, like you, know granite headstone with with that written on it very nicely written in, memory and then the lobster You know here's the thing here's where pita doesn't get the appeal right, I mean they don't So if you're a vegan you're pretty much you, you. Decide that, on your own. Not as a result of the something, publicity? Stunt like, this right Uh-huh and, when it comes to things that we eat we don't eat, the The cute animals we just, eat the ugly ones Lobster is just a giant bug It's like a giant cockroach at the bottom of the sea Right No that would be the catfish cows. Yet, no that that to cows same thing now we don't need not handsome. Animals we don't eat Good-looking animals so we don't. You know the puppies and the kittens? We, keep those those are our friends how. Dare, you I've never checked out the sociology of cannibals is that the same. Thing with them Yes they only ugly people And, everybody knows why frankly You're not going to waste drawn. Butter on some handsome. Fellow that's not gonna work at least. Excuse what's happening show today we're getting ready. For a three day, weekend it's the last summer maybe, or maybe a permanent corporate. Here's Yeah You're you're. Asking, I I did ask last hour on on on one issue out. There what's the? Point some of you may be asking us that right at this. Moment my point is that you come up on, that you, know let's just say you're, traveling? Right and you come upon that roadside memorial and you look at it and, go, oh nobody's. Gone, Aw for. Lobster Except, Pam Anderson Nobody else So, I yeah I'm It's it's, not the, same, appeal You, know I mean if it were let's say it was a pet store or. Something and it was, they were, they were transferring some you know some cute puppies are. Cute kittens. Or something like that it would that would be. Something that would gain people's attention Very emotional. Thing is you'd have probably have more than pita Looking to. Put up a memorial on the. Side, of the road issue very sad and tragic right lobsters no Well. The sad and tragic part is that they didn't make it to the seafood. Place, I. Get to the point we've always said you'd have to know what to. Market and how to market right, right You can't market the. Wrong, things Right Look.

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Well we, need to discuss the tragedy The death on the highway Maine. Brunswick, Maine on August twenty second A truck crashed along route, one and you didn't hear about this, but there were thousands killed. About, forty, five hundred exact what. Happened Well a truck carrying seventy crates of live lobsters about. Seven thousand pounds of lobsters crashed lobsters are destroyed about, forty. Five, hundred of. Those lobsters died that sixty five thousand dollars worth destroyed so there, was lobsters or as they say in, Maine lobster yeah. Lobster lobster Mainers and their accents incredible less it so. If the truck flipped over, that six five thousand dollars worth of lobsters as I said well pita. Now would like to put one of those memorials up, to. Mark, the deaths Yeah I knew this whole roadside memorial thing was going to come to an untimely. End I knew it was going to go to ridiculous and we have just hit that point here it. Is this is where we're jumping the shark. Here they would like to set up a five foot tall memorial for the. Lobsters All right Memorial would have urged drivers passing by to try vegan and and included a lobster etched on the front of this of this memorial that they want. To erect but signs can be no longer a no larger than four feet by eight feet according to. The rules and yesterday this was shot down by officials from the department. Of transportation they denied a request from Petah to erect immemorial tubes down to memorialize the lobster. Roll, over I I would assume that most of these memorials pointed at me. And giggled Lobster rollover come okay anyway go ahead But most of these roadside memorials I don't think that they go through the. Department of transportation to get permission anyway it's usually a grieving, family that, goes out and puts a, you know across pictures, and, teddy bears like kind of thing yes that they put on the side of the road and they stay there for a little while and they start to get kind of the little Warren looking. And. Somebody comes. And. Takes, them down They said not. In that section. They say the request was rebuffed because signs of all kinds including the one requested by pita. A not allowed on that particular portion of the highway okay well look it is a tragedy when you lose that. Much lobster I'm with pita on that I mean because sure, think about, how many delicious Maine lobsters, were removed from circulation, they, just got crushed under a truck and they're gone and nobody gets to eat them that's not fun that is kind of sad because you need them to be alive up until the last second Lobsters are delicious I know I don't. I don't, wanna know how it, gets there I don't want to know how it gets to, my plate I'm one of those people I don't tell me I just want it's delicious. It's. All, I, know don't tell me how it gets there I mean. They they they you know. The cool, thing is they get to be part of the cooking experience you get. To talk to the lobster ahead of dinner have you ever done that have you ever. Cooked a lobster. Yes I have you have I can't do it I've had stuffed lobster and it was delicious I can by the lobster tails already cooked But I I can't. I would wind up with a pet lobster I. I know you would definitely you name it When when I was a, kid very quick story when. I, was a kid. We went down to shore yeah and we would we would go. With my cousins because my parents. Had no money so. We went to a motel they had? Them Oliver why would cross town in jersey shore and they had. All these old motels from the fifties and sixties so we were there, in the seventy. S and when we were there they weren't retro they were just old and you could get an efficiency which. Had one bedroom that had a Queen size bed they put, a rollaway cut at the bottom of. The bed and then there was a pullout couch so that's how we will get five people in this tiny little thing and it. Had an, efficiency would have won like two burners and How many lobsters my father brought boxers from my mother cooked and kept. Them in the baths in the bathroom in the tub and they crawled out of the tub and it was a big best, but my mother couldn't bring. Herself, to put the. Lobsters in the pot of boiling water real so what does she. Do with my father has do. It into the wall, okay and then she couldn't be in? The room because they're banging against the pot and so she could. She's like no they're trying to get out I can't do this and, she left and. I think that's why to this day I could never cook live lobsters because I remember my mother just just. So upset about the entire experience you're from a test I, was traumatized I could never do it. Okay well the key is not to name them that that's a good, place to start don't keep them in the bathroom for a while Once. You start personifying them then it becomes more difficult Well have you come over and I'll..

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Peter That was the whole purpose of them being on the truck People for the ethical treat treatment of animals wanted to build a five foot. Tombstone were lobsters, may, have died after a crash on route one in Brunswick, Maine last week may have according to the Brunswick police department several lobsters that a cozy harbor seafood truck was carrying got crushed as a result of a rollover It. Was something I've, never, seen before said one detective some lobsters were loose on, the ground from being spilled over so we went to work to save the ones that we could The organization. Sent a letter to the main department of transportation asking if. It could create a roadside memorial where the lobsters lost their lives Countless, sensitive, lobsters. Experienced an agonizing death when this truck roll over and their bodies came crashing down onto the highway said PD executive vice president Tracy Ryan As opposed to, being boiled to death, slowly, yes Deliciously these are all quotes here pita hopes to pay tribute to these individuals who didn't want to. Die With the memorial urging people. To prevent future suffering by, keeping lobsters and all other animals off their plates nobody wants to die But lobster. Sometimes have to die For our happiness Here's here's what I love some, citizens, of Maine say lobsters belong on the dinner table and they don't agree with, the memorial said, Timothy Smith quote it just seems a little extreme to me. Just a little I'm all for animal rights Oh you're not But I just don't understand putting up a tombstone. For, some lobsters I'm sorry I'm not cruel, to animals but that goes way too far and a monument on. The highway Local TV station has reached out. To the main department of, transportation for comment regarding pitas request they have not yet heard back The, officials from the main department of transportation could not be reached for comment as they were having. Lunch at a main seafood restaurant Yeah Untimely. Death so is that being twelve? O'clock noon at Red Lobster is a timely? Death Now I don't know if? This was put together by the TV station Looks just. Like a you know it's a tombstone and I can't turn, my teeth I was gonna turn my screen over to you but says but it's a tombstone and, says in memory, of the lobsters who suffered and, died at, this spot August twenty seventeen try vegan pita and it's like you know, granite headstone with with. That, written on it very nicely written in memory and then the lobster You know here's the thing here's where pita doesn't get the appeal right, I mean they don't So if you're a vegan you're pretty much you, you. Decide that, on your own. Not as a result of the something, publicity? Stunt like, this right And, when it comes to things that we eat we don't eat, the The cute animals, we just eat the Louis Lobsters just a giant bug A giant cockroach at. The, bottom of the sea Right Oh that would be the catfish cows? Yet, no that. True Cows same. Thing, that we don't need not handsome animals? We, don't eat Good animals so. We don't you know. The puppies and and the? Kittens we keep those those are our friends how dare you about that I've never. Checked out the sociology of cannibals, is the same. Thing with them Yes they only ugly people and everybody knows why frankly You're not. Going to waste and drawn butter on some handsome fella that's not. Gonna. Work at least excuse what's happening on our. Show, today we're getting ready for a three day, weekend It's the. Last. So maybe or maybe a permanent corporate here's Yeah You're you're. Asking, I I did ask last hour on on on one issue out. There what's the? Point some of you may be asking us that right at this. Moment my point is that you come up on, that you, know let's just say you're, traveling? Right and you come upon that roadside memorial and you look at it and, go, oh nobody's gone all for. Lobster Except Pam Anderson Nobody else So yeah It's it's not the. Same, appeal You, know I mean if it were let's say it was a pet store or. Something and it was, they were, they were transferring some you know some cute puppies are cute kittens or something like that would that would be..

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Head of California Dems calls for In-N-Out boycott over GOP contribution

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Head of California Dems calls for In-N-Out boycott over GOP contribution

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of the things. That's going on it's on every cable channel right now is the funeral service. For John McCain right, now they're. Singing amazing grace I think you've got a little. Bit, of that Blake we'll bring. It up here Hey Young students singing at the. Church there are north Phoenix and we're going to see continued coverage of this for the hour or so that it's going to go. On we will in the one o'clock hour recap some of this for you because there will be some dignitaries that are going to speak of the Joe Biden is the one is probably the biggest name of who is going to speak today at the, funeral the motorcade traveled from the state. Capital remember it was the, casket was there in the rotunda yesterday as the body traveled from the capital to the. Church for the second day of a memorial, services there were people on the side of the road waving American flags and almost like campaign type signs along the side of that road. There I understand having several days, of memorials and services but that's gotta be a really rough thing to go through if you're a member of the family because you're. There Either way. John McCain's mother is one hundred and six years old. And is, going, to be at the service in Washington DC think, about that a hundred and six years old everybody, describes her is completely, capable and. Ready to go I mean unfortunately she lived to see, the death of her son which I don't think any parent. Would would want but just an amazing amazing woman so We have heard about. Threats. Made to different newsrooms abound around the country around. Actually the globe and the latest one comes to us. From right, down, the street Encino a guy from Encino facing federal, charges for threatening to shoot Boston Globe employees whom, he called an enemy, of the. People The globe was, the one to launch that. National newspaper campaign in. Support of the free press in the first amendment is name's Robert Cheney sixty eight from Encino arrested today without incident at his home by FBI swat team it's. Not, every day in Encino that FBI swat roles in even I would have I guess they've got him it's all their major LA they of course they would have one yeah but when's the last time. You ever saw an FBI. Swat team inaction period Let alone in someplace like Encino he's charged with a single count of making a. Threatening communication in interstate commerce scheduled to appear this afternoon in court and will eventually. Be, arraigned in, Boston and district court there this guy was making, some threatening calls to the Boston Globe newsroom, on August twenty second for example he stated that his threats would continue at quote as. Long as you, keep, attacking the president the duly, elected president of the United States in the continuation of your treasonous. And seditious acts FBI says listen you can express your opinion but it, goes over the line when you threaten to kill people fourteen threatening, calls, to the globe between. August tenth and August twenty, second my question, is why did we wait till. The. Thirtieth to go hey this guy a visit maybe he was under surveillance possibly Yeah I would imagine there's some point where they go listen. We, know that, this guy from Encino is not gonna attack anybody, from the Boston Globe and the very first, phone call I would imagine got a visit this from this the FBI visited this guy. After the first, one, the calls are straight out, of the moist line profane lewd peppered with anti gay slurs in. One call on August thirteenth he said we are going to shoot you, blank in the head you Boston Globe blank shoot every blank one, of, you where I said. Blank cert- blank I say f Yeah Blank On August sixteenth, said you're the enemy of the people were going to kill every. Blank one of, you, hey why don't you call the f. why don't you call Muller maybe can help you out? Buddy still there. F. Alright why you're gonna trace my. Call what are? You gonna. Do f you ain't gonna do. Effort blank In terms of, what the president has said about the enemy of, the the media being. The enemy the people he needs to be more specific I don't have a problem, within saying, it I know that there are clearly people out there who out to get this president but he's gotta be able to. Say as doing it to be incendiary though he's doing it to. Provoke people like this Robert chain outta Encino but what he needs to do is he and. When you press him on this he'll say there are reporters who are out to get me instead of painting the news media. As everyone is out to get him there's got to be if he wants to, name, names name name, there've been reporters out to get every sitting president is as far back, as this country goes this is just a president that can't handle. Any criticism whatsoever, and, wants everybody on his side against whoever his opposition as I I'm curious to know if someone's? Going to get. In. The president's here and say hey? By the way? This guy. Used your language to make a, threat I could. Probably dig it I think he'd probably like it I really do. Well sick coming up next speaking of losing grip on reality musk I think he needs to. Go to a wellness center I think he knows the needs to go to burning man like the week after it's over and. Just kind of sit alone for a while I think he just needs sleep sleep, center, okay sounds nice, I think UCLA has one of those don't they Unclear might be busy though. Gary and Shannon KFI AM six forty all. The craziness that is Elon Musk when we return. Monica Rix has an update on a fetus has been found in the toilet at a Ralphs grocery store in, Sherman oaks police, interviewed the woman they say they believe is the mother but say no crime was committed applications for unemployment, benefits are out the Labor Department says two hundred thirteen thousand. People in the US filed first-time claims last week for job benefits that's three thousand more than the week before and basically in line with what economists were expecting and Peter wants. To set up a granite roadside memorial, in made were lobsters? Were killed in a truck. Crash police estimate forty five hundred. Lobsters died in that crash last week. Peterson to rendering to highway officials of a, five-foot tombstone encouraging folks to go vegan.

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Twenty five on the ring central Newsline here's WBZ political. Analyst John Keller with Keller at, large Weymouth police Sergeant Michael Chesney being, laid to rest today, in his murder is a nightmare for all. Of us in so many ways first and foremost he leaves behind his, wife Cynthia in two children, a daughter age nine and a four year old, son everyone who. Knows the chestnuts describes them as salt of the earth he met Cynthia fifteen years ago with a part time job he had to pay for his. Criminal Justice degree at northeastern the couple endured two overseas tours of duty for Michael in Afghanistan and Iraq during their marriage and this father-in-law describes. His daughter is having been quote totally in love with him It's a story any of us can relate to, the young couple finding the regular, person's paradise, of a happy home surrounded by family and friends and this would. Be an unspeakable tragedy. If that were all there is to, it but the fact that sergeant Chester was murdered so viciously in the line of duty it's special meaning to this horrible day. Make no mistake, first responders of all kinds. Know full well they, are often sitting ducks as they go about their business. Police firefighters even EMT's rush into situations you were I would go. Out of our way to avoid never knowing if this is. The day some deranged person decides to attack how many others. Might the alleged purpose case have heard her killed if he hadn't encountered sergeant chestnut I every. Time I drive down route three passed the roadside memorial, to state police trooper Mark Charbonnier, murdered by a.

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Oh we while we may we may be on a on a different version of the story there bryan a group of children discovered on on how cruel nature could be after their mother released into the wild so here's the deal families in shock they raised this little butterfly it starts as a little caterpillar turns into a cocoon other cocoon and then they're going to release it into the wild take out the video camera i see here we go woman carefully opens allowing the butterfly to spread its wings and make its first journey into the wild but horror strikes dr moments after the creature is set free the family dog pops up and snatches the insect in its mouth in front of the children who can be heard screaming and crying only one night i didn't hurt surreal audio the one that was another one we had it was somebody it was like they nursed of what we've seen a couple of times somebody they nurse this this little seal back to health that had you know got caught in an oil spill something like that they'd here's the seal back to health and now they're releasing it back into the into the ocean and everybody's there and they're cheering on the seal that they dame the seal all right sealy go go live go live with the ocean enemy added nowhere the just john's came to live we had another one with like it was humming bird or something like that on they released the humming bird all croke cup my snatches it up there are two that i've seen but they aren't like nursing back to life stories i've seen the wedding that was too hot outside and they gave all the guests box with a butterfly in it and they all open the boxes and all the butterflies were dead so none of them flew away and then there was another one for this i don't know who the funeral was four but for the funeral they were doing it as someone who had died in a car accident so they were doing this roadside memorial and they had like a bunch of friends and family there and they released a dove i'm not kiss i'm not with you i saw that they let go of the dove the.

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Absolutely absolutely but the second thing was talking about the roadside memorial i'm down in port charlotte and last year there was a really horrific car accident and inglewood there were four teenage boys in a car and then a family of four parents in two kids in another car and the four teenage boys were all drunk they were all at least double the legal limit all four of them and they ran a stop sign and they tboned the family and the family was actually on their way to disney and these family the families of the four teenage boys were coming out saying they weren't they weren't they weren't that it came out from the pack screams and everything and they were but they actually created this whole roadside memorial for the four of them that you could like get out and walk through like i'm not just talking crosses and stuff on the side of the road i'm talking like the whole thing and like the there were people from accounting telling him to take it down and and they never did they kept putting it back up and putting it back down and i was out there in a while but i don't know what it is now but it was it was kind of a big thing for and as a dad i can understand you want to believe the best about your kids but sometimes kids make responsible decisions and they should you know unfortunately they face the ultimate consequences for two after the fact try to rewrite things it doesn't work that way you can use that opportunity as a message to say don't drive drunk it can happen to you but to to try to make it a happy peaceful let's remember them as they were instead of what how they died not buying that at all and and if if there is any positive in death krista and everyone else thank you for your call i i would say it is that we can learn lessons from it like a guy like robin williams k depression body not body dismore fear but he had a type of alzheimer's i.

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"And it's about those roadside memorials and they've got a big problem with them and i'm not quite sure the right way to go about this and i know we don't do a lot of phone heavy stuff earlier in the show and there's a reason for that the calls usually suck but but there are people putting up their own roadside memorials and it puts the county in a really weird position because the county allows you to buy a memorial sign and they'll keep it up for a year and it says in memory of blah blah blah and like drive safely or whatever i think they're an effective tool to remind you that you can easily die on residential roads so because when i see one i'm like oh man so many died on this road i better take it easy but they stay up for a year and then and i believe the county hillsborough county they pull them well there are people making their own roadside memorials and they're mad at the county because the county is coming along and taking the memorial well what i mean that's kind of a new i mean not a new thing but it's not like it's been that way forever where the county or whoever would make them so i think people have been making their own roadside memorials now the county just has found a way to collect some cash in the process well look they're a distraction and if you're pull pulled over on the side of the road to erect one or to commemorate won by putting mylar balloons and stuff teddy bears on them because you know you're dead relative can certainly see and appreciate those it causes a backup in traffic and it's a hazard and i can't have that so i don't know what the right thing to do is there i think the county allowing you to rent one for a year by one for a year they memorialize your loved one it says drive safely that's the official way to go about it but what's the point i get it we mourn death okay we bury people i'm not cool with it but i get it.

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thanks for being with us here on the take away today i'm todd's were like he you die in the state of new jersey there's a good chance that your loved ones may never know how or why that's what the new investigation finds in its look at the medical examiner system in new jersey plagued by dysfunction and inefficiency a lack of oversight and in overworked staff it was an eighteen month investigation by nj advance media and it reveals a broken system in new jersey shawn sullivan at state house reporter for nj advance media and his team gained access to a statewide database containing the records of hundreds of thousands of sudden death cases in new jersey dating back more than two decades basically we found long delays in the amount of time it took to close death investigate asians in new jersey um in someplace places double the national standard so um you know families were waiting as long as four months or more to find out how their loved ones died well described some of the problems that you uncovered we found everything from situations where potential murders were classified as suicides official suicides classified as murders people locked up in jail awaiting trial for three years only to be released after another medical examiner took a second look we found one family that actually their mother was in a car accident and uh a her hand was severed in the crash and so the family wasn't quite sure what happened there and uh days later they went to set up a roadside memorial and actually found a hand on the side of the highway talk about the types of cases the generally go to a medical examiner what are they for get not every death goes before medical examiner but state law sort of prescribes a range of cases you know potential homicides potential suicides infant death star deaths in police custody death in cheils these are all things that obviously require a little bit more due diligence and so we'll get referred to medical examiners under state law who will then decide whether to do an external viewing which is sort of a you know an examination it doesn't require cutting the body open or an autocracy and that's to get a review and a determination of the official cause of death sometimes that might be used in a legal procedure yet got causing manner of death are important designations.

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on The Takeaway

"The give you die in the state of new jersey there's a good chance that your loved ones may never know how or why that's what a new investigation finds in its look at the medical examiner system in new jersey plagued by dysfunction and inefficiency a lack of oversight and an overworked staff it was an eighteen month investigation by nj advance media and it reveals a broken system in new jersey shawn sullivan estate house reporter for nj advance media and his team gained access to a statewide database containing the records of hundreds of thousands of suddendeath cases in new jersey dating back more than two decades basically we found long delays in the amount of time it took to close death investigations in new jersey in someplace places double the national standard so um you know families were waiting as long as four months or more to find out how their loved ones died will describe some of the problems that you uncovered we found everything from situations where potential murders were classified as suicides potential suicides classified his murders people locked up in jail awaiting trial for three years only to be released after another medical examiner took a second look we found one family that actually their mother was in a car accident and uh a her hand was severed in the crash and so the family wasn't quite sure what happened there and days later they went to set up a roadside memorial and actually found a hand on the side of the highway talk about the types of cases that generally go to a medical examiner what are they for yet not every death goes before medical examiner but state law sort of prescribes a range of cases you know potential homicides potential suicides infant death star deaths in police custody death in shales these are all things that obviously require a little bit more due diligence and so we'll get referred to medical examiners under state law who will then decide whether to do an external viewing which is sort of a you know an examination that doesn't require cutting the body open or an autopsy and that's to get a review and a determination of the official cause of death sometimes that might be used in.

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The shells live local news talk six seventy kboi's peter or people for the ethical treatment of animals says the billboard bull picture the face of a theory tell and the words i'm me not meet noriaki about it the votto is of a naked joe barton allegedly sent to a woman he had a relationship with there was posted on twitter and later by tmz we're talking about it a victory for internet service providers like eighteen uh the comcast agdal rising who will hold more powell over the internet under pies watts since he's shelman show on the news at oggab idaho six seventy kboi kuala j d don't don't leave the news through jim you won't wanna my missing from this story out of black foot item i understand that when people lose their lives sometimes there is a roadside memorial for them meal when loved ones bicyclists have that have the go spike did i hear the story correct yes you did i may not meet three cows while on a second i'm telling the story in quickly wednesday morning one man was injured three cattle baghdad killed in a commercial vehicle crash uh iif team milepost ninety near black foot people for the ethical treatment of animals but held stairs they gene that they plan to replace the no more nearly site that claimed the lives of three charles home on fuel was driving north bell pulling a trailer filled with eighty seven steaks cattle name authorities say another semitrailer stopped on the right side of the interstate pulled in front of charles to illegally used the median crossover oman swerved vehicle overturned after the crash eighty seven cattle escape from a damaged trailer three however didn't make it too far yes as the press release said three gentle cow holiday know that's myrtle in of cow jerks i don't know and journalists house personally can you journal thickly tell me if a cow is gentle they generally all are for what i've seen you know my grandparents had a farm so i have seen cows before a that were not wrapped in plastic and cellophane now you know in the freezer section can you tell me now the shadow of doubt of series the three cows that perished were.

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"In napa they measure their success one foot at its time roman there all right down to earth in the language that everybody here in email younger say nate shelman live bagged local news talk kdoi pita four people for the ethical treatment of animals says the billboard wolf picture the face of a dairy cow and the words i'm me not meets beef nor talking about it the photo as of a naked joe barton allegedly sin to a woman he had a relationship with it was posted on twitter and later by tmz we are talking about it a victory for internet service providers like at and t comcast and barisal who will hold more power over internet under pies watts these showman show on the news and talk of idaho six seven kboi on jake they don't don't leave the news through your you go can you won't wanna my missing from this story out of black foot i i understand that when people lose their lives sometimes there's a roadside memorial for them meal when loved ones bicyclists have have the go spike did i hear the story correct yes you did i may i shall not meet kale's hold on a second i'm telling the story in quickly thursday morning one man was injured three cattle killed in a commercial vehicle crash on i fifteen mile post ninety near black foot people for the ethical treatment of animals allowed stairs date that they plan to replace the more near the site a claimed the lives of three cows yes charles homa you'll was driving michelle pulling a.

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"roadside memorial" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"roadside memorial" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"In others what are the main issues is how apd's dealing with use of force also how new training is being put in place parallel news radio kkob we are into the third day of the public corruption trial of former state senator phil will greer go he's accused of selling a state on property in downtown santa fe in making fifty thousand dollars from that they too of the trial had lawyers disputing a key point that is expected to become a sticking point for the jury who was the driving force behind the sale of that state property back in two thousand fourteen prosecutors insist it was greer gopro shing the sale along but gril goes lawyer says it was a state energy minerals and natural resources department driving the sale that apartment had previously leased the property abilio county sheriff's office says the deputy james mcgrane roadside memorial in these mountains has been temporarily removed it'll be stored in chile wrote construction project a north highway fourteen is completed next spring deputy migraine was gunned down during a traffic stop into harris in march of two thousand six michael polish georgia is serving a life sentence in the grains murder naming rights between the city of grants new mexico in a european company coming to a head now a brewery in grants uses the route sixty six in its name alluding to the nation's famous highway of course but lodestar installed in liechtenstein owns the u s trademark four route sixty six fears now the albuquerque journal reports lodestar also owns the trademark for hot for the highways logo styles shield on the beer label their lawyer says load star filed the proper trademark requirements with officials in this country and is calling on lackey's brewery in grants to change its name lackey says they don't make a beer named after route sixty six unload starts route sixty six fear is actually brewed in wisconsin i'm in heart late for great deals visit your new mexico honda dealers today and i'm judith jenkins on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy news radio kkob news radio kkob traffic in one minute.

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