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"robert wine" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Welcome back to the sporting life. In the years just before World War two, Alice Marble was a marvel. She was most successful woman in tennis. She won five Grand Slam singles titles she won. I think it's 18 Grand Slam titles overall, and her life was a subject of fascination for so many beyond sports fans. Ah, life that continues to be, in the words of her biographer Robert Weintraub shrouded In mystery. He's thie, author of the new book, The Divine, Miss Marble Life of Tennis, Fame and Mystery, And It's a Pleasure to Welcome to the sporting life. Robert Weintraub. Robert Thank you for being with us. Thank you so much, Jeremy. I really appreciate being on your show for people who ah were not around to experience the heights of her fame and her achievements. Who was Alice Marble? Yes, she was unquestionably the greatest tennis player female past player before the war and more than that she was really a transformative figure in women's tennis. There was an era before she came around, which was mostly baseline play by women wearing cast length skirts and kind of very dainty in their approach. Suzanne Linguine something want exactly and Helen Wills Moody. And then Alice came on and put on a pair of shorts, which was scandalous. When she first did, it meant everybody realized. Hey, why aren't we playing shorts That makes a lot of sense? And now it certainly looked very good in those shorts, which became the public fascination. Beyond just play and you know, she really revolutionized the sport with her power and speed in athletic style of play, much like Martina Navratilova or Steffy graph would later And you know if it wasn't for World War two, she certainly would've want to host more championships in just 18 that she did win and major titles, which of course, counts doubles and probably would be a much more remembered figure than she. Wass has turned out, but because of the war and also because of a two year lapse Where she suffered from tuberculosis and then came back to win the U. S nationals. Now the U. S open, You know, she really lost a sizable portion of her career in much the way you know, attend claims did to war. You know any of the other ball player figures that was familiar with, and unlike so many of the stars of the sport at that time, she was not born into privilege. Not even close. How did she become S so proficient at the game, which was a country club game almost exclusively, then. No question, And she did it by force of will. Mainly she was, you know, born into a not very well off family and then when her father died at age seven They were particularly struck in poverty issue have been San Francisco and learned the game. The self taught at the Golden Gate Park courts, which were these weather beaten cement courts that really You know, we're just there for the public's usin that Teo engender future champions. But, as you say, because she was brought up in there and learn the game under such hardships, it really became an advantage for her because of her. The powerful force of will married with her incredible talent when it came time to take on the sort of privileged country cover Lee type players who you know the sport was suffused by in those days. You have a great advantage. He had certainly a mental advantage of most of woman incredible physical talent, married, too, and made her virtually unstoppable when she was at her peak. Only, really. She stopped herself when she lost most matches. And you know, it is really a through line of her life, which is that she Kept coming up against these massive travails on and off the court, physically, mentally, emotionally and rebounding to overcome them, And it's really something that came to admire more and more as I wrote the book and more about her life. Then she had tuberculosis was speaking with Robert Wine TRAV about his new book, The Divine, Miss Marble, Life of Tennis, fame and Mystery and one of the most interesting things here, and it's more than Ah thing. It's a major component, of course of the Alice Marble story. And and she wrote about this just before her death, but her exploits in World War two and as her biographer, It's been something of a challenge. I understand. And you've written to confirm the things she read. It kind of reminds me of Chuck Barris book the late Chuck Barris, who wrote the book where he said he was a CIA agent. But of course, they disavowed any knowledge. It's not a dis similar situation with Alice Marble. Yeah, You know, if the writer of this book I had to insert myself a sort of an amateur detective much more than that. It's 20 when I first wrote it because so much of what she wrote about and in this case, we're talking about saying that she was an allied agent World War two who was sent on assignment to reconnect with a former lover who was a Swiss banker. Turned launderer, not the golden Ill gotten booty on, then wound up fleeing from him and shot in the back by a Russian double agent. Just this incredible story that you know at the end of the day. Just enough of a pattern of plausibility to be true, But most of the facts are either disapproval are not able to be proven by the surviving record, which is unfortunate. And you know, I had to put out my my Sherlock Holmes hat there, Deerstalker and try and figure out what exactly was true. What wasn't true. What was maybe you walk a thin line between You know, sort of wanting to, you know, Shine a light on this incredible woman and give all of her plot. It's their their proper due. And also, you know, you want to separate the fact from the fiction and not just repeat what maybe embellished in her memoir, which was written very late in her life and was really part of sort of Here's what I did, and I shouldn't be for gotten kind of on days with her. Remember, she didn't make much money in her life, and she kind of lived on the margins, really, for the last couple of decades of her life, she always liked to put on a show and give the reader or the fans what they wanted. I think that extended to her memoir in a team anyways. It's so interesting, though, Robert, because here is someone Who had a life of such remarkable achieve and who was part of this remarkable circle in the early Golden age of the first Golden age of Hollywood. Who knew everybody. William Randolph Hearst down. Ah, you know Clark Gable were up to Clark Gable. However, you want to characterize it off. Why would she feel the need to embellish anything? It's you know, one of the mysteries I tried to uncover in their several kind of underlying psychological reasons, And as I alluded to part of it, I think was just her desire and determination to make her life. You know, kind of worth something and mean something. What she thought was worth something? Not necessarily the fame that she achieved on the quarter. You know, being a friend of these incredibly famous people. At the end of the day, she was, you know, headed by all these great stars and welcome in their homes, But she had no money herself. You know, she couldn't even open a bank account so much for life so and that extended to her her Later days when she was actually writing the memoir and figuring, you know for all I accomplished. Maybe it's not really enough in my mind at least and it may be hard for us to look back on it that way and I sort of understand where she's coming from, But you know, in her mind She felt the need to really, you know, go that extra mile and Teo say, maybe sell a few extra books and get people and to remember the name Alice Marble the way it should have been originally, instead of You know the way it was when she wrote the book, which was dimly forgotten, Even by that point Now, of course, he's totally in the dustbin of history, and I hope to pull her out and give her her proper place, You know, works in all and for everything that she accomplished as you mentioned, and hopefully speaking of selling books we sell some books is well with the new book about the remarkable life and career of one of the great figures in American sport..
"robert wine" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
"Because he's like he's you could say this in not even be joking that he's the most prolific playoff pass catcher in the history of the NFL. Yeah. I'm also on James white. I mean, he say fifty he is like we all have the same three the time we reception totals in playoff game history. It you're insane. Not to put James white in there. He's I think he's normally priced so low. I know that's the only thing. That's kinda scary. Right. And ticks. They're like spent sixteen grand on Ataman stop. Yeah. I. Yeah. It doesn't make sense to make Ataman the flex it. All by. Yeah. James white ten eight lock it up. All right. Pena who's your who's your next guy? Luck Mr. consistency. I've been on them for however long we'd be doing these playoff podcasts and Robert woods at seven. I really honestly thought about putting him in this decapa spot just because sixty six without the possibly of touched on his twelve you one point five that you get whatever that may be. Yeah. They thank you. Look. I don't know. I'm not going to pimp. What I've been for the last four weeks. He's the most consistent wide receiver maybe outside of the first eight weeks of Adam feeling in the NFL here in the touchdown. Upside is he hasn't scored in three quote, unquote games be playoff formats. Look ten targets eight targets. He is the guy, and I do worry that there's maybe a little cooks revenge spa. You know, when those revenge when you when you talk about the revenging, maybe there's a little bad blood. I think it was really an amicable amicable split between two of them. I think it was just a business decision. They set him on his way after a year that he got the Super Bowl at. So how mad can you really be? If you're Brandin cooks, he got paid out of it got the extension. So I'm going with the most consistent receiver on the border robber woods at seventy eight. And there's no Malcolm Jenkins on the field end his life. Aren't you worried that Bella checks going to be smart enough to know that this is like you have to take away the running game in Robert woods and specifically? John Robert wine thing. Yeah. Yeah. Who's your next guy? Cramer? All right. I get it. I'm getting there. I'm going back to the Welsh on. And really what I'm doing here is I'm playing my F FCC Clair's. Fuck you. I'm taking Todd Gurley. He's gotta be right. I don't know. What on he's got to be right? This is maybe the contrarian play. 'cause I kinda imagined a lot of people will see that CJ Andersen. Fifty two hundred me like, yes, please. That is that is kinda tempting I'm going Todd Gurley. The second Sean, I think he shows up for the big game third. The second the third is neither third third. No, it's to it. He just does it Roman numerals instead of saying June like a normal person that being said, I gotta magin that something was wrong with Todd Gurley. And I'm going that he. I just don't sit. If I lose this God damn FCC money because Todd Gurley shits the bed of all people. Fuck you Todd Gurley nine thousand. I definitely thought about putting Todd Gurley and kind of went back and forth. Remember when he would get thirty points a week. No problem..
"robert wine" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Network. Lungs part of your weekend. You're tuned into Tennessee matters. I'm Robert wan as we get into the new year. There are lots of people that might be thinking about new paths for their careers, of course, in economy in which the job market and different opportunities are always seemingly influx. It also seems so too are some of the things that people are looking for in their next employment opportunities that's part of what we're talking about. With the guest joining us on the phone this morning. He is the director of permanent placement services for Robert Half Nashville that stands show-me. Oh, dan. Good morning to you. Happy new year to you. Hey, good morning. Robert and happy new year to you as well. Talking a little bit about the way things are going in the economy and people looking perhaps for their next opportunities whether or not they're in a position or they're just between their different opportunities. But your company put together a study. Recently, looking at some of the dynamics surrounding some of the job search is what do we know? Well, there's actually some new with with the new year starting a lot of people are making new resolutions. And our office team division has done a survey. That's quite a few people here locally as well. And and we found that forty six percent of local employees are are looking for things like fitness facilities and programs and health and wellness offered by local employers here in Nashville, which is is greater than the national average pretty significantly as well when you're talking about some of these things I ve lived here in the mid state for almost four years now, but I spent a lot of time in the on the west coast and in the bay area. And so the things you're mentioning I hear things that that I guess maybe. A lot of high tech companies were the first to really make a conscious effort not only making these opportunities available to employees really making them a highlight in a in a prominent feature to employment in these particular companies one is this what we're talking about predominantly as far as the companies that were were mentioning, and is it is it is it does go beyond. Absolutely. It is. But it does go beyond just technology. Nashville Scott, one of the lowest employment unemployment numbers in the country. So because of that it's giving employees opportunities to to find things other than just salaries that are important to them. So I as as the market titans and NS as tight as it's ever been here locally, their employees are looking for other things that are more valuable such as work life balance and health and wellness, facilities, end or providing discount. Free gym memberships in those types of things when you're looking at some of the companies that have been I guess, maybe looking at whether they're adding these things or or supplementing some of these benefits that they already have. What's your sense of how the dynamic is shifting in Nashville? Are we talking about companies that are new to Nashville that where we see? That's our running joke in the mid state, right? The the unofficial bird here is the crane because of all the construction there's so many high rises and buildings that are coming in the newer opportunities that are provided by new companies coming to Tennessee, or we talking about existing companies that are maybe just trying to keep up actually think we're talking a little about a little bit of both. I think as so many new employers are coming into the city employers are realizing that to keep your top talent right now, you have to have you have to come up with creative ways to to keep them engaged in happy. And thriving in the workplace, and and health and wellness has become that much more of a staple in this environment. So if you're a lot of times these employers, and it can be your new companies, and you're well established companies as well. A lot of times the reason they promote these opportunities as they may not I mean for one it costs them significantly less than healthcare expense. If your employees are healthy. When we're talking about some of these benefits, and and some of these perks, obviously, the fact is that for some industries and some companies these are still worlds away from a reality for for for a lot of workers. But understanding that the probably more and more companies are going to have to provide some of these these different opportunities and features and benefits. What are maybe the hot items that you you suspect people are looking for most well from an employer perspective, some of what's being offered, and and employees potential employees as well are discounted gym memberships or I played golf earlier or last week, and I played golf, and I what one of my the friends that I was playing golf with. He's rewarded substantially from his healthcare provider from an from his employer for for keeping an elevated heart rate for. For for tracking his steps those types of things. So those are some of the things that are provided fitness discount on gym. Memberships is one area that's done. Sometimes it's it's doing a company sports team or a company jogging club or walking club. Those types of things that sometimes they don't cost a lot the employer a lot of money to to get those things started within a workplace, and it really helps overall productivity from employees as well. If you're just joining us Dan show from Robert Half nationals joining us as we discuss some of the dynamics that are going on in modern day twenty nineteen job searches. And and I guess for that for that matter job retention is a lot of what we're discussing. I think it's still safe to say you're free to correct me or expound on. This is the fact that a lot of some of what we've just discussed with some of these these benefits that go with these competitive. Lisa after jobs. There's we're still talking predominantly white collar jobs. We're not talking about a lot of a lot of blue collar opportunities, and maybe even service industry type positions that that that's still a fair assessment. Yeah. These are mostly office related jobs at I'm referring to from from our study. What are remember when I was in the bay area? And a lot of this was becoming like, hey, wow. Yes. It gets to do this kind of stuff the ones that were at that point. They were new where opportunities like you get your laundry done onsite. You just had to bring it. And they would you know, they'd bring it back to you. By the end of the day, kind of thing the transportation where you can get on the bus that would take you anywhere from within like an hour ninety minute radius away that it would come pick you up. Those were the ones that were were knew what are some of? Maybe the things that people aren't thinking of that. That are I guess. Maybe the things that are the jewel benefits these days. Well, those are certainly still things that are offered as well. And if you go outside of the healthcare, flexible, flexible scheduling is now kind of important as Nashville continues to grow, and the traffic is getting worse than it was it's nothing like some of the other major cities, but it's continuing to get worse. And and more and more people are moving here. So so flexible scheduling parking downtown a few years ago, it was pretty easy. And now it's become a pretty expensive to employees es and four employers to handle in terms of assistance with their employees. So oftentimes there there's there's some partnerships with the downtown with national national downtown partnership where they provide free parking at titan stadium and shuttles or so part, but parking reimbursement for for parking can be valuable in the downtown area and other areas that's not as sizeable but back to the healthcare. Side. A lot of employers are offering desks now that are more advantageous such as sitting standing even some we've heard are offering like walking treadmill type of desks that people can work out as well. As we wrap this up ten maybe put a button on this. Because the fact is that while companies in general their their people to be happy. There's clearly a financial dynamic to this financial benefit to all of this. Not just ahead. So cool that they're serving lasagna on Tuesdays. That's the that's not what they're getting that. There are financial benefits for companies that provide all these things that might sound like they're their financial luxuries talk just generally about how that how those numbers are are going as far as, you know, why companies want to continue to do these kinds of things then for our listeners that are interested in finding out more about what your team found out in in this study where can they go online to learn more about some of the. The things that you've discovered. I absolutely. So in in this environment where Nashville unemployment rate, I believe in the one that just came out in January set for December the unemployment rate Nashville, I believe it was two point five or two point six percent. And so because of that employees are having to compete outside of just a straight salary in and to do that some of these things sound expensive, but replacing current employees where you have to go back in you have to try and find a talent as this not this not extensively out there right now, and to retrain and and to cover that the area when when you're short, and and your staff with other people that are over taxed as well. It's difficult. So it's a lot less expensive for employers to create a workplace or an environment where their employees right now are have a better work life balance or. Able to to stay healthy it costs employers less on insurance as well. In in terms of expenses from please that have health issues if they're able to keep their their overall workplace healthy, so in this environment, some of these things might sound menial, but they really are important to a lot of employees in this environment. And so in order to keep that, it's very important for employers to think outside the box, and sometimes they can be wasted aren't that expensive to to have a sports team for your for your -ployees or to offer a walking running club, or, you know, have a professional come in to do to do some health assessments or something like that it costs a lot less than than to dilute the employee, and then spent time trying to replace in retrain that employees. So it's Robert Half dot com is a is a great place for people to go, Dan. She joining us today. Hey, Dan, thanks for your time. And it's good insights on some pretty important to a lot of people. So thanks for spending some time with us this more, Robert thank you very much for having me. Really? Appreciate it in. Now is a great time to be an employee in Nashville looking at opportunities there. Yeah. I'm Robert wine and this Tennessee radio network. Iheartradio is the easy to use app for music and radio. 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"robert wine" Discussed on The Big 98
"Part of your weekend. You're tuned into Tennessee matters. I'm Robert wine as we get into the new year. There are lots of people that might be thinking about new paths for their careers, of course, in economy in which the job market and different opportunities are always seemingly influx. It also seems so too are some of the things that people are looking for in their next employment opportunities that's part of what we're talking about. With the guest joining us on the phone this morning. He is the director of permanent placement services for Robert Half Nashville at stands show, Dan. Good morning to you. Happy new year to you. Hey, good morning. Robert and happy new year to us. Well, you're talking a little bit about the way things are going in the economy and people looking perhaps for their next opportunities whether or not they're in a current position or they're just between there. They're different opportunities. But your company put together a study recently looking at some of the dynamics surrounding some of the job search is what do we know? Well, there's actually some new with with the new year starting a lot of people are making new resolutions. And our office team division has done a survey. That's touched quite a few people here locally as well. And we found that forty six percent of local employees are are looking for things like fitness facilities and programs and health and wellness offered by local employers here Nashville, which is is greater than the national average pretty significantly as well when you're talking about some of these things I ve lived here in the mid state for almost four years now, but I spent a lot of time in the on the west coast and in the bay area. And so the things you're mentioning I hear are that that I guess maybe. A lot of high tech companies were the first to really make a conscious effort not only making these opportunities available to employees, but really making them a highlight in a in a prominent feature to employment in these particular companies one is this what we're talking about predominantly as far as the companies that were were mentioning, and is it is it is it does go beyond. Absolutely. It is. But it does go beyond just technology. Nashville got one of the lowest employment unemployment numbers in the country. So because of that it's giving employees oportunities to to find things other than just salary that are important to them. So as as the market titans and NS as tight as it's ever been here locally, their employees are looking for other things that are more valuable such as work life balance and health and wellness facilities a hand or providing discounts or free gym memberships. In those types of things when you're looking at some of the companies that have been I guess, maybe looking at whether they're adding these things or or supplementing some of these benefits that they already have. What's your sense of how the dynamic is shifting in Nashville? Are we talking about companies that are new to Nashville where we see, you know? That's our running joke in the mid state, right? The the unofficial bird here is the crane because of all the construction there's so many high rises and buildings that are coming in the newer opportunities that are provided by new companies coming to Tennessee. Or are we talking about existing companies that are maybe just trying to keep up actually think we're talking a little about a little bit of both. I think as so many new employers are coming into the city employers are realizing that to keep your top talent right now, you have to have you have to come up with creative ways to to keep them engaged in happy and thriving in the workplace and in health. And wellness has become that much more of a staple in this environment. So if you're a lot of times these employers, and it can be your new companies, and you're well established companies as well. A lotta times the reason they promote these opportunities as they may not I mean for one it costs them significantly less than healthcare expense. If your employees are healthy when we're talking about some of these benefits and some of these perks, obviously, the fact is that for some industries and some companies these are still worlds away from a reality for for for a lot of workers. But understanding that the probably more and more companies are going to have to provide some of these these different opportunities and features and benefits. What are maybe the hot items that you suspect people are looking for most well from an employer perspective some of what's being offered in an employee. His potential employees as well are discounted gym memberships or I played golf earlier or last week, and I played golf, and I want one of my friends that I was out playing golf with. He's rewarded substantially from his healthcare provider from an from his employer for for keeping an elevated heart rate for for tracking his steps those types of things. So those are some of the things that are provided fitness discount on gym. Memberships is one area that's done. Sometimes it's it's doing a company sports team or a company jogging club or walking club. Those types of things that sometimes they don't cost a lot the employer a lot of money to to to get those things started within a workplace, and it really helps overall productivity from employees as well. If you're just joining us Dan show from Robert Half nationals joining us as we discussed some of the dynamics that are going on in. Modern day twenty nineteen job searches. And and I guess for that for that matter job retention is a lot of what we're discussing. I think it's still safe to say, and you're free to correct me or expound on. This is the fact that a lot of some of what we've just discussed with some of the these these benefits that go with these competitive lease audit after jobs there. We're still talking predominantly white collar jobs. We're not talking about a lot of a lot of blue collar opportunities, and maybe even service industry type positions that that that's still a fair assessment. Yeah. These are mostly office related jobs at on how referring to from from our study. What are remember when I was in the bay area? And and a lot of this was becoming like, hey, wow. Yes. It gets to do this kind of stuff the ones that were at that point. They were new where opportunities like you. Get your laundry done onsite. I had to bring it. And they would they'd bring back to you. By the end of the day kind of thing. The the transportation where you can get on the bus that would take you anywhere from within like a our ninety minute radius away that it would come pick you up. Those were the ones that were were knew what are some of? Maybe the things that people aren't thinking of that that are I guess maybe the things that are the jewel benefits these days. Well, those are certainly still things that are offered as well. And if you go outside of the healthcare, flexible, flexible scheduling is now kind of important as Nashville continues to grow, and and the traffic is getting worse than it was it's nothing like some of the other major cities, but it's continuing to get worse. And and more and more people are moving here. So so flexible scheduling parking downtown a few years ago, it was pretty easy. And now it's become a pretty expensive to employees es and four employers to handle in terms of assistance with their employees. So. Oftentimes there there's there's some partnerships with the downtown with national national downtown partnership where they provide free parking at titan stadium and shuttles or so part, but parking reimbursement for for parking can be valuable in the downtown area and other areas that's not as as sizeable but back to the healthcare side. A lot of all employers are offering desks now that are more likely advantageous such as sitting standing even some we've heard are offering like walking treadmill type of desks that people can work out as well. As we wrap this up ten maybe put a button on this. Because the the fact is that while companies in general their their people to be happy. There's clearly a financial dynamic to this financial benefit to all of this. Not just ahead. So cool that serving lasagna on Tuesdays. That's that's not what they're getting that. There are financial benefits for companies that provide all these things that might sound like. They're they're they're you'll financial luxuries talk. Just generally about you know, how that how those numbers are are going as far as, you know, why companies want to continue to do these kinds of things then for our listeners that are interested in finding out more about what your team found out in this study, where can they go online to learn more about some of the things that you've discovered you're absolutely. So in in this environment where Nashville's unemployment rate, I believe in the one that just came out in January set for December the unemployment rate in Nashville, I believe it was two point five or two point six percent. And so because of that employers are having to compete outside of just a straight salary in and to do that some of these things sound expensive, but replacing current employees where you have to go back in you have to try and find a talented days does not this not extensively out there right now and to reach. Strain and and to cover that area. When when you're short and your staff with other people that are then over over taxed as well. It's difficult. So it's a lot less expensive for employers to create a workplace or an environment where their employees right now are have a better work life balance or able to to stay healthy, it costs employers less on insurance as well in in terms of expenses from please that have health issues if they're able to keep their their overall workplace healthy, so in this environment, some of these things might sound menial, but they really are important to a lot of employees in this environment. And so in order to keep that, it's very important for employers to think outside the box, and sometimes they can be wasted aren't that expensive to to have a sports team for your for your employees or to offer a walking running club, or, you know, have a professional. Come in to do to do some health assessments or something like that it costs a lot less than than to lose the employee, and then spent time trying to replace in retrain that employees. So it's Robert Half dot com is a is a great place for people to go Dan show more joining us today. Hey, Dan, thanks for your time. And it's good insights on some symptom at this pretty important to a lot of people. So thanks for spending.
"robert wine" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Tuned into Tennessee matters. I'm Robert wine today. We're talking a little bit about careers, and the directions that you can take things in as especially if you have a really identified the path that you wanted to go on sometimes you're going to take a job right out of high school. Sometimes you're going to go to college and figure out what your career paths may be to today. We're talking with someone who's going to prevent another alternative. And it's not exactly one. That's a strange topic to anyone joining us in studio today from the Madison recruiting office of the United States Air Force staff. Sergeant Dave loving, Dave. Great to see you ritzy. Robert of how you doing everything. Good. I'm doing. Well. Thanks, great. Yeah. So know when we first heard from your team that we are going to be able to chat today just about. About the air force. And some of the opportunities that it brings. I think that. There was probably a little bit of surprised because I I have a little bit of background personally from my my own family being. A couple of generations ahead of me that were in the military, but not everybody is that familiar with all of the things that the opportunities that the military in the air force bring you are proof that there are a lot of different opportunities from the United States Air Force. Right. Yes, sir. There are many different opportunities for people straight out of high school and even straight at a college. If you don't know what you wanna do there's over one hundred and fifty different career fields in the air force, and we can help lead you in the right direction. That's basically what I what I do. Robert is adult individuals every day and help them figure out what they wanna do. You're not just saying that because it's true. And there are people that can take advantage of that opportunity. This happened to you tell a little bit about your story. How how is basically was the opportunity that presented itself to you? My dad was an army for your twenty six years. And my parents always led me to do something like engineering, they said that that's the new thing. And so I went to college for a couple of years doing engine. Nearing? And I decided it wasn't right for me after I took calculus one calculus, two calculus three. And I ended up getting pretty serious with a girl and. I decided to do prolonged business, and my parents were like, no, we aren't going to pay for your college anymore. So I'll tell you what I did. I talked to my dad, and I was like going into an army just like you. And he told me no to join the airforce. I think they'll be a better life for you. And Mark Rudra at the time sent me down, and we talked about different career opportunities. And I wanted to learn a skill. I can take with me the rest of my life. So before became a recruiter. I did like carpentry welding sheet metal fabrication. And you can do anything in the air force from working on those planes working on the hangers. You can do medical jobs, computer work. There's something out there for everybody. Robert there are so many folks, I think especially when you're young people had asked me when I was in college. What are you going to do after after graduation? I told him. Well, I think I'm going to go to lunch with my parents beyond that, I didn't really know what a hundred right? And I can certainly imagine that there's some folks that either whether they go to college or don't go to college. They're just feeling like, I don't really know. I'm going to spend time in this class learning about western civilization. I don't know how that's going to be something that based on where I wanna go. There are so many different types of careers full career paths where people are looking at like, you were were you're in some kind of a calculus class going. I'm not sure that. This is something I can see myself doing for a long time. Let alone being part of who I'm going to be you know, ten twenty thirty years from now there's a lot of people like this. Right. So so the cool thing about the air force is no matter what career field you're in the air force is going to send you to a technical training for that career field. So if you're a cop or your firefighter, so say, you're Cobb, we're gonna send you technical training to learn that career field, and you're gonna earn between forty to sixty college credits that our criminal Justice related for that career field. So there there are many people who even go to college and graduate with a degree, and they can't get a job that they want with that degree or they they can't find out what they wanna do. But in the air force, you're going to actually be earning college credits for whatever career field you're in. And those those credits you can later transfer and use your GI Bill, and we'll help pay for your bachelor's or your master's, and you'll have a skill and certification take with you to the us billion world when you said to get out, these are, actually, you know, I think. It's important to also note that you know, these are things that we're talking about they're they're not new opportunities. They're just probably knew to people that are hearing about this for the first time, what are some of the things that you run into whenever you're talking to somebody of different interest levels. Maybe from mildly interested all the way into. Yeah. I'm definitely doing this. What are some of those things that are happening to them about when they sign up because I mean, let's face it for a lot of folks that are non military that don't have that kind of background when they hear about the air force. All they're thinking that we'll everybody's is flying a fighter jet or a bomb. So some of the frequent questions we get our aren't educational which we already talked about. And you do have people who who don't know that the average person in the air force works a forty hour forty or fifty hours a week. Some people think we work. Twelve twelve hours a day seven days a week. I've been asked questions like do. Oh wear the uniform. And I go home. It's just basically like any other job. Once you work your jobs in the air force, you work seven to four. That's what I did before became a recruiter works seventy four Monday through Friday. And then when I got off a spent time with my family, and and friends just like you would in any other job we in the opportunity for you. I mean, kind of taking it to the next level. With regard to how you said, you definitely we're not going to go to the engineering direction when you found out all the different directions. You could go from there. You can go through what your process was as far as well. Yeah. Okay. Maybe I'm going to be pre law here is that something you still wanted to do is something you found out. You didn't want to do something that you may do later walk us through your own process. And that maybe someone who's listening to us might put themselves in your situation. I Robert I just wanted to learn my job learned that skill. We were talking about. So I'll learn how to do draw while do carpentry, and I finished my basement at the old house lived at. And then after that, I was focused on moving up in my shop, Emma trade. So eventually, I got to the point where I was running my own carpenter and welder shop, and it gave me the skill does management skills. They sent me to a leadership school to learn how to lead people, and then after that, I kind of went to step out of my career field, and they gave me an associate's degree in construction technology when I was doing those carpentry things. And now that I'm recruiter. I've been earning human resource credits in here soon. They'll give me another associates degree in human resource management. And I'm about to finish my bachelor's degree in business here soon, and I'm focused on becoming an officer. Now, you have to have a four year degree to become an officer in the air force and in order to file planes or lead, a massive amounts of people. You do have to have a four year degree in the air force and my wife of been married since I've been in the air force. We got married shortly before we joined the air force is very they like to promote a family friendly environment. So for her kind of what it did for her is there are certain scholarships. That's else's can get. So she finished her associate's degree. It's my CA. And it's a spouse scholarship for so spouses, get there get their associate's degree. And then after that, she kinda got some student loans and get her master's degree. But the cool thing is after that. We're like, well, why don't I give you some of my GI Bill. So I gave her my GI Bill and she ended up finishing her master's degree her MBA. So there are probably some folks that are listening to us today. That wanted to maybe on their own time. Learn about this for themselves mentioned earlier, you're in an office. That's here in the mid state and Madison tell our audience and remember what we do have our listeners all across the state where they can go physically if they wanted to maybe drop in and have a conversation with somebody or if they wanted to do some research on their own where would they go online to to find out some of that information? Okay. Well, there there are several reporters here in the Nashville area there there two of us in Madison Tennessee kind of in north Nashville. We have a couple of Murphy's borough one in Dixon, and there's usually always someone in the Brentwood office that can help them out there as well. If you want you can.
"robert wine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The w dot com slash mall. I wrote extensively about UCLA basketball game on Wednesday that was ugly as may couple of things if you missed it today. First of all Bengals are going to be without Montas perfect. Tyler Kroft, AJ, green, Nick vigilant. Dr Bernard each of those players out with injuries kickoff at one on Sunday. Live on seven hundred wwl w not gonna see Dez Bryant Dez Bryant not gonna play for the saints. At least this year, the newly acquired wide receiver Torres achilles in his second. Saints practice today. Meanwhile in Baltimore, Joe flacco, the ravens are on a BI week has an injured hip and his status for next. Sunday's game against Cincinnati is in question, which means they could turn things over to Louisville product and former Heisman Trophy winner. Lamar Jackson big day college football tomorrow, you see in USF nipping at seven on seven hundred wwl w Ohio State takes on Michigan state that game is in east Lansing and. Also tomorrow, the Kentucky Wildcats have a game against the Tennessee. Volunteer is a rough week early part of the week for a UK sports fans. The Wildcats who had been such a fun success story in college football this year lost to Georgia last week and home in a game. That would have given them the SEC title. They got beat Georgia played really well. And then Kentucky's basketball team was just destroyed by Duke. The other night Kentucky's basketball team is playing tonight. The Wildcats close one against southern Illinois. UK does not have any good point guard play their up five with a seven forty to go fifty seven to fifty two N K U is playing as we speak as well. The Norris or taking on northern Illinois. Northern Illinois, and they trail that game and K. You does fifty to forty six with just over nine and a half minutes to go Xavier hooks up with Evansville tomorrow. Pre game coverage at three thirty here on seven hundred wwl and FC Cincinnati has the MLS expansion draft on Sunday. They will select five current Major League Soccer players in the expansion draft and take a nother step closer to being an MLS franchise next year. Don't forget tonight with sterling ten forty and eleven forty all the high school football playoff scores throughout the Tri state. You'll get them all ten forty and eleven forty tonight here on seven hundred w l w speaking of Cincinnati. They're up next now we've kind of gone through this this wave of arena renovations or stadium renovations, by the way. One other score to tell you about the Ewa the Louisville football team, which is an absolute mess. They are getting pounded by Syracuse. Thirty seven two seven nine game late first half in Syracuse. But we've gone through this wave fifth. Third arena, renovated did an awesome job the cintas center. Ruined it needed renovation, but they made some changes added a whole layer of dark blue paint last year. A great college basketball arena is even better. Nipper stadium got its upgrade in two thousand fifteen and that facility is fantastic. Great American ballpark is older and showing a little bit of its age but year in year out of just it feels like they just add and do more to it. New video boards stuff like that. And then there's Paul Brown stadium. And I know there's there's nothing that can be more fatiguing than just the even the suggestion of another fun round of stadium talk. But just think of that week. And think of what starting to populate data league? Modern twenty-first-century Uber. High tech football facilities Jerry world, and Dallas whatever the new stadium is like in Vegas, whatever. The new stadium is like in LA the new stadium in Santa Clara with the forty Niners play. Uber. High tech modern twenty-first-century just these big fancy expensive modern marvels. Now, Paul Brown stadium has had some updated amenities. But I've always felt PBS was sort of. Incomplete. Marginally outdated aesthetically, okay. And the further we go into the twenty first century, the more and more. The typical football stadium is going to resemble less. What we have in Cincinnati and be more like what they're going to have in L A what they're going to have in Vegas. And I think what they have right now in Dallas. And even to an extent what they have if you've been in Indianapolis. And then you look at it locally. When f c Cincinnati's new stadium goes up, regardless of how you feel about that project weather, a lot of public money should have gone towards it where the neighborhood that it's in. I mean, I live in the West End I live a couple of blocks from where the new stadium's going to be. However, you feel about it chances. Are it's going to be super high tech. Uber twenty-first-century absolutely modern, and it's going to be about twelve blocks away from PBS. And I think it's going to be really interesting when suddenly you can look around and there's a newness to fifth third arena. Still and a newness to the cintas center. Still even though. Since I was opened a year or two after Paul Brown stadium was opened in the cintas center. Feels new and Paul Brown stadium. Just doesn't feel new and you're gonna look around and you're gonna see upgraded and updated sports facilities everywhere around town. You're gonna look around the league. And you're gonna see these modern high-tech updated football stadiums around the NFL. And I have a feeling the Bengals are going to be looking at Paul Brown stadium going. Okay. Our turn. And it is going to be fascinating to me to see how that plays out. The distaste that still there from the late nineties and early two thousands with how much that stadium cost and just how people feel about the Bengals and how people are feeling about publicly financing stadiums the structure of their ownership, given Mike Brown's age all of these things to me are going to be really really interesting, and it's closer than you think we're closing in on two thousand nineteen the stadium Lisa's up in two thousand twenty six it is going to be really really interesting to see how that plays out not that they're going to beg for a new stadium. But I would imagine they're going to be begging for their stadium to more closely resemble some of the things that are going up in the area. And definitely some of the things that are going up around the National Football League. So the Bengals are five and three they are currently holding onto the last playoff spot David chance next week to really distance themselves between themselves and the ravens they would own the tiebreaker over the dolphins. Not that. I think they're serious contenders. But they would own a tiebreaker over the Indianapolis. Colts the rest of the AFC is thoroughly overwhelming and the Bengals are going to be favored in at least four of their last eight games. And yet it doesn't feel like the glass half full. When we come back. I'm going to chat with what am I favored football writers who by his own admission is a Bengals fan. And I think he's gonna give you kind of a maybe a little bit of a glass half full point of view of the Bengals through eight games with eight games remaining coming out of the by week and going into this game on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. His name is Robert wine job, you might not know his name. But I do think you'll like our conversation. He will join.
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"Robert wines reports that when he returned from france was able to see his grandmother one more time in her honor here's a little perry comb shouted you may see train i see a stranger room to see a photo of robert and his grandmother visit our website the moth dot org this next story is from j dixon the scene that night was fathers and it was his first time telling a story on stage here's jay live at the mar i i'm up here so so i'm eating sushi with my girlfriend in these village when my father calls and tells me the my grandmother india is dying i don't actually met my grandmother a few times on trips to india and she was from a completely different world she was this old indian woman with a indy and asari and she didn't speak english and i don't speak hindi so the only way we communicate was through her cooking me delicious indian food and me eating it and making happy gestures i love those trips india because my father would carry me around on his shoulders and i remember thinking how strong he was and how big is hands were compared to mine and i always felt safe up there because he would take my hand and he would hold it and he wouldn't let go and maybe that's a happy memory because i was too young then to realize what my father is because the man i know today has a terrible temper and whatever we talk about he always finds a way to make it about how inadequate i am which is exactly what happens on this phone call he tells me my grandmother has cancer only a few days to live he's flying to india the next day and he has an eight hour layover in newark and he says you can come and see me at the port my say well yeah definitely i do have to work tomorrow and i'm gonna be days left but yeah i'll just explain the situation last for personal day he says why do you have to us i talked to you at the big shot senior at one of my graduate students have the day off they take it so long as they get done i'm like well maybe that's how it works in a physics lab but that's not how it works at my job and he says then maybe you shouldn't be working down listen i know you're going through a tough time right now he goes i'm not going through a tough time god dammit it's like kay i'm trying to be nice but if he's gonna spend my apathy back in my face so i say got it your mother's on her deathbed and it's not a tough time for you good to know so he hangs up on me i'm like okay no you're now unless you have hodge is is but the next day at work all i can think about is my father although at newark airport so i swallow my pride and i go and i get there and there he is and i almost don't recognize him at first because in my mind my father always be this towering scary figure but for second from a distance i see him as he is this tired old man with white hair sitting alone in an airport and he sees me and he stands up and i go to hug him he does what he always does which he pats awkwardly on the back and we walk over to the most solemn restaurant we can find in the airport which the chili is and we order fajitas and he says you'll grandmothers on life support i'm the eldest son the vetting for me runtime there then be pulled the plug starts telling me about the funeral arrangements the thirteen days of mourning scattering the ashes on the river and right at that moment the waitress comes and she's like you guys ready for your guiltless but he does check in time we walk over to international departures and as our waiting in line my father's cell phone rings and he starts talking hindi and i hear hindi hindi life support hindi hindi lung failure hindi hindi dime of death on twenty seven am new delhi time ten minutes ago and i want to console him so i take my hand and i put it on his shoulder but as you can probably guess my father's a very touchy feely guy and my hand just feels awkward.
"robert wine" Discussed on 600 WREC
"A lot of other resources there for employers and workplace support for creating a healthy work environment in past surveys or online is there as well where we look at a variety of other workplaces us dr david ballard joining us thanks so much for visiting with us again thanks robert i'm robert one and this is the tennessee radio network from the fox sports studios in los angeles here's ralph bourbon the nba fridge z period has started in the big surprises that paul george is not going to the lakers instead he's staying in oklahoma city agreeing to a four year deal chris paul will stay with the houston rockets also a four year deal paying him one hundred sixty million dollars kevin durant signs a two year deal with golden state last year is an option sixty one and a half million on that one on the diamonds on saturday san francisco shut on a seven nothing the giants within three and a half games of the lead in the nfl west boston and love and nothing shutout of the yankees they lead the al the quicken loans national tiger woods is seven hundred six shots back of a pair of players who lead at thirteen under and jerry kelly is one shot ahead of david toms at the us senior open of course find around coverage there starts at four eastern on f s one and that's about all the time we have for this week's edition of tennessee matters thoughts questions about this week show follow me on twitter at robert wine that's robert b u a n thanks to this week's guess adam gehring from the united states department of agriculture scott backer from the nissan foundation and dr david ballard from the american psychological association operations on the tennessee radio network chris romer and amy manns and thanks to you for joining us this week hopefully you'll tune in again next weekend when we talk more about tennessee then robert blond saying so long from the capital of the great state of tennessee if you would like more information about today's tennessee matters one of our guests over would like to share comments or suggestions about the show direct those two tennessee radio network tennessee matters fifty music square west nashville tennessee three seven two three or email your comments to tr news at dot com tennessee matters.
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"The design driving greenwood avenue and whites cruised round lord growth also li yonglin ya accidents investigation madison gallison road with one mile partway i'm hollywood hendrix the julie's detract newsradio fifteen ten wale see forecast for the accurate weather center cold northwest wins coming on down and it's going to feel good to have some jackets nearby next several nights talking upper thirty's tonight and tomorrow night about some freezing tariffs nighttime low temperatures for the weekend coming up is late october after all fifty seven degrees are high did we tell by the accurate mortgage roof i'm scott lawrimore the literature yep samuelson wola c news the president and tennessee's us senator are back bickering on twitter this morning after being told he should leave tax reform to congress trump tweeted that senator bob corker couldn't get elected dog catcher in tennessee after that corker fired back on his twitter calling trump quote utterly untruthful the ninth death of a first infantry soldier connected to fort riley is reported w snb says sergeant george bible the third of clarkesville was found dead from unknown causes since july two other first infantry soldiers died on the base the other soldiers died off space metro police are sir for a man who is charged with attempted murder of a police officer they're looking for nineteen year old tory buchanan he's wanted for an incident on july six th when he shot at police as they arrived to the column on a home invasion on hermosa street wola sees robert wine get the latest national and local news on demand now a w l e c dot com nbc news radio i'm tom robbery.
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"One we found ranked one can work uh john here and then on of will please gun rugs wrecked working wednesday loop the right shoulder very hill sixty five southbound on reviving her gangrene good reckless sixty five northbound euro hb then that led going blind in hollywood hendricks and the tracks these radio 50s wnyc forecast from the accurate weather center and summer is in the air this week even though the calendar says fall officially starts friday when his equinoxes all will officially be underway his friday afternoon fifty percent chance of showers thunderstorm overnight tonight sixty eight degrees and it feels like summer the rest of the week abrines was the nominee res i think sunshine is out for the weekend had the hottest from can also powered by the accurate mortgage group i'm scott lawrimore the weather channel was him don't you think them really news volvo murder trial begins its second week zach atoms is the first of three men to stand trial for balbo's rape kidnapping and murder fbi investigators a codefendant in the case and a man who found bubbles remains all took the stand last week if adams is found guilty he could face the death penalty and and asheville man faces charges after ramming a police cruiser in a stolen car the officer was hit was not injured during the incident that happened on garfield street yesterday the sean sloan faces charges including aggravated assault against a police officer a passenger in the vehicle was also arrested that's wnyc's robert wine as sumter county town on is taking up new legislation on drag shows w snb says the current mine portland prohibits adult entertainment in the business district a proposed ordinance would redefine adult entertainment to include drag shows get the latest national and local news on demand now at w l c dot com.
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"To the latest from nbc news ra of south about sixty five joining lane no problems forty east or westbound at forty six to the west of as also to the east of his forty looking out prospects ways cars all the traffic flow loose rate he went lane ramp to twenty four westbound cleared that's all we had earlier gone and a green ride on 24 around he would later right now with wctc traffic i'm michael higgins israel to deemed to end up you lic forecast from the accurate weather center little bit of a warm labor day ahead of a cold front that will bring some stormy weather for hour tuesday we'll see some early patchy fog mostly sunny skies an eighty seven th that i clear early scattered showers and storms later on overnight low 70 thunderstorms ahead for our tuesday amid weber 70s back to the sunshine went dave our by accurate mortgage group i'm jeff no with the weather gel i'm robert wine and this is w l abc news police are searching for a suspect who injured a person in a shooting in north nashville the saturday night shooting happened an apartment complex on white creek pike the victim was shot in the leg while standing in a breeze way and is expected to be okay and clarksville crews are still searching for a man who disappeared during the weekend altercation clarksville pd responded to a call around ten thirty friday night on north riverside dr according to witnesses security guards had broken up a fight in a parking lot between two men one of the men a 24yearold then fought with the guards and somehow ended up landing in the fastmoving water of the red river in sports the titans made cuts to get down to the 53man regularseason roster including the addition of wide receiver eric weems the.
"robert wine" Discussed on WLAC
"To the draft these radio cdms wnyc forecast from the accurate weather center widely scattered showers and storms early cloud stick around for the late night luna back to the mid to upper 60s amnesty partly sunny skies tuesday straight is scattered showers thunderstorms we'll get up to around eighty five at a chance for showers and storms later on wednesday power that the accurate working through on jeff keno with the weather channel w well abc news hurricane relief is heading to texas from the mid state about a hundred area red cross workers are traveling to texas in response to hurricane harvey their expected to leave for texas this morning 34 red cross shelters have been set up in the state five deaths have been confirmed so far in connection to the devastating categoryfour hurricane wola sees robert wine police in nashville are investigating a carjacking that injured a woman metro police were called at the stonebridge apartments in donaldson early this morning about a possible carjacking and shots fired a woman was confronted by two armed men in the parking lot and shots were fired hired when she called for help four people are injured after a headon crash an antioch it happened just before midnight at the intersection on bell wrote in murfreesboro pike one of the cars flipped onto its side and the other ran into a paul one of those injured is in critical condition get the latest national and local news on demand now at w la a c dot com nbc news radio i'm tom roberts president trump expect congress.
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"The problems on south east side on twenty four uh we'll started twenty four eastbound crash groups were work on way down her down twenty four eastbound after briley wavebird or down to hit the olive mark legal directives on twenty four and even portadown merkley cruel graf greece valerie forty have an interest branchville rugged loophole road in a red conference drive if vietnam beds in hollywood hundreds of the traffic center these radio 50s hand that what you only see forecast from the accurate weather center enjoying a little break from summertime heat and humidity and once again in the '60s for will temperatures tonight mid60s in the suburbs upper 60s in the town here ninety degrees again tomorrow thunderstorms wednesday powered by the accurate mortgage group by scotland with whether gene he will have his wale sld police are not releasing what led up to the arrest of a nashville schoolteacher 26yearold james carney was arrested in wilson county on domestic assault charges early yesterday morning carney teaches at nearly as bad a fifth to eighth grade charter school in madison nashville police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found beside a dumpster at an east nashville apartment complex the body was discovered around seven o'clock this morning at the eastern laughs on woodland street it is early in the investigation and police had not released any details about the victim's death or whether they suspect foul play in l'arnsbourg two people are recovering after a small plane crash police say the accident happened at the laurens county airport yesterday the plane crashed after landing and cause a small fuel spill the victims are recovering from nonlifethreatening injuries that's wola sees robert wine get the latest national and local news on demand now at w l a c dot com nbc news radio i'm ap herald emily.
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"Drivers may be much better but still slow coming down from the south loop sixty five southbound had a crash that has the blocked there just just ecu four quartey so let's get that around the time still slow from an earlier crash lee westbound is gould bogeys down his lowest says they'll have a crash with injuries when cui vanocur island therefore 124 westbound rally parkway of two one western town of hollywood hendrix in the traffic center israel 50s hand that would you only see forecast from the accu weather center enjoying a little break from summertime heat and humidity and once again in the '60s for low temperatures tonight mid 60s in the suburbs upper 60s in town your ninety degrees again tomorrow thunderstorms wednesday powered by the accurate more discreet scott our with whether gm absolutely on asheville charter school teacher is arrested and charged with domestic assault 26yearold dame's carney was arrested by wilson county officials early yesterday morning karni is currently teaching at mealey's band which is a fifth to eighth grade charter school in madison police haven't released the specifics of carney's crimes police are investigating a deadly stabbing in north now spell on saturday thirty seven year old michael cook was killed during an altercation in the parking lot of the quality in on brick church pike the person who stabbed cook says it was in selfdefense no charges have currently been filed that's wola sees robert wine visit tation four max berry the senate nashville mayor meghan berry will be held tonight at the blair school of music the 22yearold died from an apparent overdose in colorado over the weekend a memorial for the berries only child will be held at the belcourt theater at ten o'clock tomorrow morning get the latest national and local needs on demand now at w l e c dot com nbc news radio i'm ap herald.
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"Correctional weaver westbound interparty place on the right shoulder also you insects drug southbound i 48cell was being he's the west we will have crashes the drive north going on what are you still have a record madison six bug northbound old course one for peripheral northbound side your local an early when this another hedrix drums fifteen ted that would you will ac forecast from the accurate weather center under storms leaving us behind and clear sailing into the weekend mid60s side with the north wind coming behind the cold fried rare someone's on hold for coming down the lower humidity this weekend loaded mid80s for high temps on saturday 50s 60s saturday night at midday he's on sunday howard by the accurate mortgage roof i'm scott lawrimore the literature denny medley the woman at the hand of in nashville officers debt is indicted julie glistening allegedly part her car in gear allowing it to roll in the cumberland river officer erich moomaw went in after the car and was dragged underneath drowning police need help searching for a woman who was reported missing while travelling to clarksville police say they're looking for 55 you dear old elizabeth holt who was reported missing yesterday hole was last seen on monday and may have gotten lost in the st louis area she's described as five foot three ninety seven pounds with brown hair traveling in a two thousand two gray chevy impala with misery plates wola sees robert wine tumour suspects are facing charges for defacing be nashville mural 20yearold caleb jones and a latch have been charged with felony vandalism those to joined the third suspect brendan murphy who is free on bond get the latest national and local news on demand now at w l a c dot com nbc news radio i'm tom roberts president trump is naming homeland security secretary john kelly as white house chief of staff john kelly kelly everybody ray kelly replaces ranked prebus who resigned president trump isn't happy the senate failed to repeal obamacare but he said quote you can't have everything trump today predicted that the repeal of obamacare will get down eventually the pentagon confirmed an icbm launched by north korea the missile travelled several hundred mile before splashing down today in the sea of japan pam federal safety regulators are expanding the probe into potential carbon monoxide leaks import explores the national highway traffic safety administration said today the.
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"Five six forty to eighty two crashes now 40s founded on when weren't 162 god going down clear rosa parks from the north wounded one on westwood tell spanish orbit also have rex with younger road maintenance zevon bellowed road exit we have at levan road west pursue pike hollywood hundreds and radio fifty ted that would you will lacey forecast tuesday in his 90s were part of this week if we were not talking triple digits plague we were worried about late last week and over the weekend mid70s than i stray shower tuesday ninety one degrees wednesday sunshine we'll 90s powered by the whole next for dot com a meteorologist scott lawrimore at the weather channel this is wnyc news and asheville teen is charged with attempted murder after his father is found shot in the head police say the 15yearold called police last night saying his father had been shot he says he was looking at a gun while his father was sleeping and it accidentally went off police say the teen story then changed several times police are investigating after two people are found dead in nashville the scene yesterday was in the edge he'll neighborhood thirty seven year old issue mussa and 20yearold as mani mananga raw had both been shot after a woman couldn't reach your sister by phone that morning she went to the house on hillside drive where she saw the bodies of her sister and adult nephew that's wola sees robert wine a condo unit near center hill lake is damaged by a fire w snb reports unit in the highland cove complex on nixon lane caught on fire this morning police haven't said if anyone was injured get the.
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"On twenty four when six on wednesday on your rosa parks little with looping on on with luke downtown booties down a short also have rex with tune with road main seven belo road eggs elite avenue and neiland living road west of sinful pike hollywood americans drugs of the ten w alesi horgas when the accurate weather center state in the low 90s this week but at least we're not talking crippled digits we were getting close to that late last week in over the weekend but seasonable numbers here for the next several days mid70s tonight stray shower for tuesday ninety one degrees wednesday sunshine we'll ninety he's powered by the accurate mortgage group on scott lawrimore with a little more prudent little wale flew at fifteen 10yearold is accused of shooting his father in north nashville police were called to the board dow home yesterday after the team called 911 that's why they found forty six year old scottie bailey shot in the head the team faces several charges including attempted murder one person is dead and several others injured after a motorcycle crash in clark spell and happened on fort campbell boulevard where keith puceiro ran into a car that had allegedly turned in front of ham peace there was pronounced dead at the scene the passengers in the car were taken to hospitals for their injuries a team tie eytan is recovering after being shot in the ankle in arkansas police say sebastian should tola was shot yesterday morning on dixon street in fed ville the secondyear guard was drafted in the sixth round last year from the university of arkansas to toll is also being sued for an alleged assault that happened at a nashville bar in april wola sees robert wine get the the latest national and local.