17 Burst results for "Rochester New York"

"rochester new york" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"rochester new york" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"They were completely focused on him the entire time. And that's not the only time this has happened to him and many of my black friends. In fact, I've been in the car multiple times with him when it's happened. Do you remember how you felt when it happened? I felt highly confused, concerned and just altogether dumbfounded. It was one of my first in person encounters with this type of police abuse of power. It really wasn't eye opener to the reality. My friends in so many others face every single day because they happened to take a breath today. How do you feel about it now as we deal with such severe racism boiling over and being encouraged openly and celebrated currently, it shows how nowhere nowhere is immune from this. People hear stories like this and think immediately of a small town movie setting in a red southern state. But this happened in Rochester, New York. The county seat of Monroe county. It's a blue progressive area. We had our first black female mayor at that point as well. We were making progress. But were we, really? Policy wise we can make all the progress we want, but the people that those policies apply to need to also progress. And you thoughts or feelings you'd like to share. A few short years after this incident, I experienced Rochester New York became the focus of the nation due to the police murder and cover up of Daniel prude, a black man who was having a mental health crisis. He and his family had done everything right. They called the mental health.

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"rochester new york" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"rochester new york" Discussed on ExtraTime

"All right, so AT&T 5G called to the field. All the way to England. Jamie Vardy. An owner of Rochester New York FC in MLS next pro, what's up Jamie? You're used to being called a player, a goal scorer of international, you're an owner now, man. How's it feel? It's brilliant. It's all just tying into one at the minute. Did you I was reading that you had been looking for opportunities to own a team in North America. And I have to wonder when you look around the dressing room and with England or with Lester or wherever you are in the world, you got to be the only person you know that's trying to do that, right? Or there are a bunch of others. Were you on your own in this journey? As far as I'm away, yeah. But yeah, no, there's a few that we looked at and I think it all came down to from day one and the chats were having. It was always going to be Rochester. Tell me why you want to be an owner man. Like, what is it about this that attracts you? Thank you something something different, obviously, to what I'm used to. But I've seen it firsthand with our owners at my club right now. So I know from what they've done and how they help with the community and I'll deal with the local area, the funds, what they do, what they do for them. It really brings up that value to the club that everyone wants to be wants to be a part of. So I think I'll definitely be taking a lot of that with me forward. And what's next pro? You're the first team. You are to my knowledge. The first team outside of quote unquote, MLS teams. I'm trying to imagine being in your shoes in that sense. And as an owner, if I was you, I'd be like, we're about to beat up on these teams. I would be actively competitive in that way to sort of prove myself. How do you feel about the soccer side of this? No, that's exactly what we want to do..

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"rochester new york" Discussed on The Thought Card

The Thought Card

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"rochester new york" Discussed on The Thought Card

"That is right in the middle of the city where you can embrace a waterfall and also the city views. So these are all the reasons Hens more as to why. I would recommend planning a trip to rochester now. I do have a blog. Post that covers all the food and all of the incredible drinks that we had while we were in town. But i wanted to shout out and to introduce you to. The founders of living roots wide and co so living roots is an urban winery in the finger lakes region of upstate. New york colleen's hometown and a not so urban winery. In the adelaide hills region of south australia sebastian's hometown living roots. Wine and co was founded in two thousand sixteen and what's beautiful about colleen and sa- story their husband wife again colleen issa rochester and sa- bashes from adelaide. Sebastian is a six generation winemaker. Sebastian's great great in eighteen fifty at the age of twenty immigrated to australia and jump started one hundred fifty years legacy of family winemaking on the other side of the world's colleen grew up in rochester. New york spending lots of time in the finger lakes region. She said it marketing and worked in corporate america and headed to adelaide australia in two thousand fourteen to work in a vintage winery to start a new adventure. So i'm not going to give it all the way i'll let sebastian and colleen continued to tell their story. I'm calling this. Is my husband sebastian. And yes we started living roots. I guess now five over five years ago..

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"rochester new york" Discussed on The Thought Card

The Thought Card

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"rochester new york" Discussed on The Thought Card

"And as i mentioned me being with daphne it was perfect because we could socialize and eat and hang out and it was just perfect now. In addition to having an incredible food injuring seen rochester had enforceable prices as financially savvy travellers. I know it's important for us to think about our budget. We're budget-conscious and we're looking at price to see okay like the value of The valley that where to actually get when we arrived her destination and i found that the valley was really great. Another article i wrote is how much it's a trip cost to rochester. So you'll find the link to that article in the show notes and here's hint for a weekend trip. I thought it was super affordable for two people including everything like our hotel and our gas and oliver food expenses and the food was was a really good price and this is coming from someone who is in connecticut where things are pretty expensive so was really nice to go to rochester in the affordable prices for drinks and food and not have to break the bank even though i was having such a great great great great time and not skipping out on anything now. The last thing i want to say about rochester is that i loved that. This is one of the unique cities that i've been to where i can enjoy a waterfall and a city view at the same time. So when you visit high falls it's a hundred foot waterfall right in the city center. You could literally walk up to a bridge and you could check out this beautiful waterfall and in the backdrop you'll see the city buildings. You'll see some ruins so i just loved that there was just again. This dynamic because usually waterfalls are in nature but the high falls is right in the city centre so it was definitely a sight to see and somewhere that i think you can take a great pictures and have a wonderful experience. While you're there so as a quick recap the five reasons why you should definitely check out rochester new york..

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"rochester new york" Discussed on The Thought Card

The Thought Card

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"rochester new york" Discussed on The Thought Card

"To take stops and sleep at a hotel and things like that so it was like the perfect perfect perfect destination for all the things that we were looking for. So i'm going to share with you. The five reasons why rochester is a must visit and you should definitely add it to your list of places to check out. I loved that. Rochester was a mix of old and new. Like i mentioned in the fun facts. Section of this episode. Rochester was an industrial industrial town. There were lots of flour mills and over time there lots of factories and things like that. So you will see in rochester. A lot of the old bones that have been renewed and refurbished one of the restaurants slash bowling alleys. We checked out one. We're visiting rochester. And it's literally a refurbished warehouse or older structure and it was just so cool to see how these older structures are old. Brick structures are being revitalized and appreciated in modern times also when we went to living roots which is an urban winery. Which you'll hear about in a few minutes. It was also Inside if an old warehouses well and they were able to decorate beautifully. So i love the preservation of rochester's old architecture when we were walking downtown and heading to a coffee shop. I also noticed that there are lots of new constructions happening around so i really do love visiting cities that have old a new so charming and i really did appreciate how folks in rochester are using all of the old architecture in new and creative ways. So that's number one love the architecture. The new and old mix the second reason why. I think you should definitely check out. Rochester is 'cause there's plenty of street art and wa- bureaus all around the city. I am a wall mural fan i in enthusiasts whenever visiting a city i love checking out the wall murals i love literally going all on a diy wall mural street art tour which i had a chance to do a mini version when i was in rochester and i loved that displays of art..

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"rochester new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"rochester new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Plus, the CEO of Heineken USA joins us to talk all about gender diversity in the beer business. All of that to come. But first up this hour, the classic payphone think about what it evokes for So many years. It was really the only way for any of us to communicate with one another when we weren't at home or when we weren't at work. But with smartphones nearly everywhere. It's relatively rare that the pay phones that are still out there even used joined by my colleague had love, though I heard from David Dudley, a writer for Bloomberg City Lab, who profiled a photographer. Who's working to document surviving pay phones. So I spent the day with a gentleman named Eric Huntsman, who is a photographer and a photography professor in Rochester, New York. And a couple of years ago, he became sort of fascinated by the fact that it seemed like The neighborhood that he had moved his studio to was full of pay phones, and he hadn't noticed that in other parts of town, this is sort of a lower income part of Rochester. And he started, um just sort of take Images portraits of the pay phones that he saw in the neighborhood, usually in front of convenience stores and gas stations. And it's sort of expanded into this sort of kind of a Global quest. That he has launched to document every single payphone and Monroe County, New York. I'm a Londoner, right? I think phone box. I think iconic Red phone box. I think tourism But it's part of this process. What exactly what do you learn about any neighborhoods? Given phone box? What does it tell you about the economy about the people in that place? Well, Eric sort of theorized that some of these phones were basically just sort of forgot. They've been sort of installed in the nineties or earlier, and because no one had renovated the building that they were attached to or no one had bothered to call the phone company and say, Hey, could you remove this thing? The machines themselves as sort of persistent, so it was sort of like a a geography of the more sort of economically left behind parts of the city. And as part of his project, he sort of mapped. All the phones across the county and overlay that with economic data and other information, so he became sort of interested in sort of what the whole kind of social Kind of geography of telephones met. Um, which sort of made this more than just sort of an aesthetic Project Service social documentary? I do find that the idea that this is based in in Rochester, New York, just fascinating. As you point out, it was the home of George Eastman, the founder of Eastman Kodak and at its 19 seventies peak. The photography giant employed about 50,000 people and fueled a quarter of the city's economic activity. It's absolutely a different picture in this day and age, David and I'm wondering The juxtaposition of that and the symbolism there that this project is being done on film. First of all. In a place where Eastman Kodak was for so long, a stalwart of the economy? No, that's sort of part of the conceit. Here is it's sort of the convergence of Of obsolete technology that Eric really still find value in. He is a is a film photographer. Diehard had sort of a a shrine to Kodak film and his studio, So he's shooting these things on an old half of camera film. Using the this this product that is so associated with Rochester and with the wealth that built the city, and it's sort of part of his his his thesis that there is value in things that get might not be cutting edge technology anymore, but Are still useful and still still serve different people. There really encouraged Bloomberg radio listeners to go on Bloomberg dot com into the Bloomberg terminal and look at the actual photographs themselves as Tim said Sean Film. But there's something missing from every single photograph. There are no people in any of the shots at all. Why is that didn't want you to sort of. Think about who who was using the phone. He wanted you to sort of leave that to your imagination. Because, really, you know, and those of us who are out of an age when we use payphones more regularly in the eighties and nineties. Um it was a public amenity. Everyone used to pace on and now it's sort of perceived as something as a communication device of last resort for people who really have no resources. And he really wanted you to sort of. Think about who who might need that song. And so it's sort of gallery of, uh, on people's landscapes where you sort of see the phone. As part of a kind of a streetscape. But yeah, there's no there are no people there. There. There used Sometimes he's got data from From the telecom that cooperates them. That says that you know, most of these phones are used a couple times a week. Still, the handful that are still working. A lot of them are just sort of corpses there. Their handsets are broken. The insides have been removed, but some of them still work and those that do still do find people who need to use What did the company that oversees these phones? These phones belong to frontier Tell you about the status of the phones. It's not really a priority for your communications right now. Telecom that is, you know, activating to fiber optics and, you know, cutting edge technologies. But it also happens to have about 1500 of these. Bones scattered around the county. It's unlikely it's a major profit center. Let's just say it's a It's A It's a very, very declining business there. Less than 100,000 payphones across all of the United States, probably a lot less. And you know, it's it's very much a part of the television commissions business that has has really been left in the past. That's David Dudley from Bloomberg City Lab. You're listening to Bloomberg Business Week. Coming up. We explore the pandemics impact on learning transfer women with an executive from Coursera..

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"rochester new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"rochester new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Plus, the CEO of Heineken USA joins us to talk all about gender diversity in the beer business. All that to come. But first up this hour, the classic payphone think about what it evokes for So many years. It was really the only way for any of us to communicate with one another when we weren't at home or when we weren't at work. But with smartphones nearly everywhere. It's relatively rare that the pay phones that are still out there even used joined by my colleague and love, though I heard from David Dudley, a writer for Bloomberg City Lab, who profiled a photographer Who's working to document surviving pay phones. So I spent the day with a gentleman named Eric Huntsman, who is a photographer and a photography professor in Rochester, New York. And a couple of years ago, he became sort of fascinated by the fact that it seemed like The neighborhood that he had moved his studio to was full of pay phones, and he hadn't noticed that in other parts of town, this is sort of a lower income part of Rochester. And he started, um just sort of take Images portraits of the pay phones that he saw in the neighborhood, usually in front of convenience stores and gas stations. And it's sort of expanded into this sort of kind of a Global quest. That he has launched to document every single payphone and Monroe County, New York. I'm a Londoner, right? I think phone box. I think iconic Red phone box. I think tourism But as part of this process, what exactly what do you learn about any neighborhoods? Given phone box? What does it tell you about the economy about the people in that place? Well, Eric sort of theorized that some of these phones were basically just sort of forgot. They've been sort of installed in the nineties or earlier, and because no one had renovated the building that they were attached to or no one had bothered to call the phone company and say, Hey, could you remove this thing? The machines themselves as sort of persistent, so it was sort of like a geography of the more sort of economically left behind parts of the city. And as part of its project, he sort of mapped. All the phones across the county and overlay that with economic data and other information, so he became sort of interested in sort of what the whole kind of social Kind of geography of telephones met. Which sort of made this more than just sort of an aesthetic Project service social documentary. I do find that the idea that this is based in in Rochester, New York, just fascinating. As you point out, it was the home of George Eastman, the founder of Eastman Kodak and at its 19 seventies peak. The photography giant employed about 50,000 people and fueled a quarter of the city's economic activity. It's absolutely a different picture in this day and age, David and I'm wondering The juxtaposition of that and the symbolism there that this project is being done on film. First of all. In a place where Eastman Kodak was for so long is stalwart of the economy. No, that's sort of part of the conceit. Here is it's sort of the convergence of Of obsolete technology that Eric really still finds value in. Here's a Here's a film photographer. Diehard has sort of a a shrine to Kodak film and studio, So he's shooting these things on an old half of camera film. Using the this this product that is so associated with Rochester and with the wealth sort of built the city, and it's sort of part of his his his thesis that there is value in things that might not be cutting edge technology anymore. But Are still useful and still still serve different people. There really encouraged Bloomberg radio listeners to go on Bloomberg dot com under the Bloomberg terminal and look at the actual photographs themselves. As Tim said short film. But there's something missing from every single photograph. There are no people in any of the shots at all. Why is that didn't want you to sort of. Think about who who was using the phone. He wanted you to sort of leave that to your imagination. Because, really, you know, and those of us who are out an age when we use payphones more regularly in the eighties and nineties. Um it was a public amenity. Everyone used to pay phone and now it's sort of perceived as something as a communication device of last resort. People who really have no resources. And he really wanted you to sort of. Think about who who might need that song. And so it's sort of gallery of, uh, on people's landscapes where you sort of see the phone. As part of a kind of a streetscape. But yeah, there's no there are no people there. There. There used Sometimes he's got data from From the telecom that operates them. That says that you know, most of these funds are used a couple times a week. Still, the handful that are still working. A lot of them are just sort of corpses there. Their handsets are broken. The insides have been removed, but some of them still work and those that do still do find people who need to use What did the company that oversees these phones? These phones belong to frontier Tell you about the status of the phones. It's not really a priority for your communications right now. Telecom that is, you know, activity to fiber optics and, you know, cutting edge technologies. But it also happens to have about 1500 of these. Bones scattered around the county. It's unlikely that a major profit center let's just say it's a It's A. It's a very, very declining business there. Less than 100,000 payphones across all of the United States, probably a lot less and you know, it's it's very much a part of the television stations business that is Has really been left in the past. That's David Dudley from Bloomberg City Lab. You're listening to Bloomberg Business Week coming up, We explore the pandemics impact on learning transfer women. With an executive from Coursera. That's next. This is Bloomberg. I can't remember..

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"rochester new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"rochester new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Was full of pay phones, and he hadn't noticed that in other parts of town, this is sort of a lower income part of Rochester. And he started to sort of take Images, portraits of the pay phones we saw in the neighborhood, usually in front of convenience stores and gas stations. And this sort of expanded into this sort of kind of a Global quest that he has launched to document every single payphone and Monroe County, New York. I'm a Londoner, right? I think phone box. I think iconic Red phone box. I think tourism But it's part of this process. What exactly what do you learn about any neighborhoods? Given phone box? What does it tell you about the economy about the people in that place? Well, Eric sort of theorized that some of these phones were basically just sort of forgot. They've been sort of installed in the nineties or earlier, and because no one had renovated the building that they were attached to or no one had bothered to call the phone company and say, Hey, could you remove this thing? The machines themselves as sort of persistent, so it was sort of like a geography of the more sort of economically left behind parts of the city. And as part of its project, he sort of mapped. All the phones across the county and overlay that with economic data and other information, so he became sort of interested in sort of what the whole kind of social Kind of geography of telephones met. Which sort of made this more than just sort of an aesthetic Project service social documentary. I do find that the idea that this is based in in Rochester, New York, just fascinating. As you point out, it was the home of George Eastman, the founder of Eastman Kodak and at its 19 seventies peak. The photography giant employed about 50,000 people and fueled a quarter of the city's economic activity. It's absolutely a different picture in this day and age, David and I'm wondering The juxtaposition of that and the symbolism there that this project is being done on film. First of all. In a place where Eastman Kodak was for so long, a stalwart of the economy? No, that's sort of part of the conceit. Here is it's sort of the convergence of Of obsolete technology. That Eric really still find value in. Here's a Here's a film photographer. Diehard has sort of a a shrine to Kodak film and his studio, So he's shooting these things on an old half the bike camera film. Using the this this product that is so associated with Rochester and with the wealth sort of built the city, and it's sort of part of his his his thesis that there is value and things that might not be cutting edge technology anymore. But Are still useful and still still serve different people. That really encouraged Bloomberg radio listeners to go on Bloomberg dot com into the Bloomberg terminal and look at the actual photographs themselves as Tim said Sean Film. But there's something missing from every single photograph. There are no people in any of the shots at all. Why is that didn't want you to sort of. Think about who who is using the phone. He wanted you to sort of leave that to your imagination. Because, really, you know, and those of us who are at an age when we, uh, used pay phones more regularly in the eighties and nineties, It was a public amenity. Everyone used to pay phone. And now it's sort of perceived as something as a communication device of last resort for people who really have no resources, and he really wanted you to sort of. Think about who who might need that phone and so It's this sort of gallery of, uh, on people's landscapes, where you sort of see the phone as part of a kind of a streetscape. But yeah, there's no that there are no people there. There. There used Sometimes he's got data from from the telecom that cooperates them. That says that you know, most of these funds are used a couple times a week still. To handful that are still working. A lot of them are just sort of corpses. Their their handsets are broken. The insides have been removed, but some of them still work and those that do still do find people who need to use What did the company that oversees these phones? These phones belong to frontier Tell you about the status of the phones. It's not really a priority for your communications right now. I'm telecom that is, you know, activating to fiber optics and, you know, cutting edge technologies. But it also happens to have about 1500 of these. Bones scattered around the county. It's unlikely it's a major profit center. Let's just say it's a It's A It's a very, very declining business there. Less than 100,000 payphones across all of the United States, probably a lot less. And you know, it's it's very much a part of the telecommunications business that has really been left in the past. That's David Dudley from Bloomberg City Lab. You're listening to Bloomberg Business Week. Coming up. We explore the pandemics impact on learning transfer women with.

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"rochester new york" Discussed on V103

V103

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"rochester new york" Discussed on V103

"And he was my direct distributed out of Rochester, New York, used to call me every morning. Five o'clock in the morning. Hey, Steve. John Walker. How you doing, man? Going to be a great day. I would answer the phone like this. Hello? How? Steve John Walker Man. Have a great day. Click. He'd hang up next morning. Five A.m.. Hello. Hey, Steve. John Walker. How you doing, man? Have a great day. Today. It's going to be a great date. Clinton this one old man for two weeks in a row. I kid you not 5 35 o'clock every morning without fail, he called me and I answered the phone worse and worse. Hello. Steve John Walker. How you doing, man? It's gonna be a great day. Today. You have a great day. It's about two weeks in probably 14 15 times. I answered the phone. I said Hell long. She said. Hey, man, why did you do that? I said what he said. Why do you answer the phone life? I said, Because I'm sleep. He said. Really? Are you where you want to be in life? Uh huh. Are you where you want to be in life? I mean, you're good. You're straight, right? Where you at your good I said no, man, but I'm sleep dope. He said. Are you going to get their sleep? I thought you were better than that. I'm really disappointed in you, man. I'm sorry to call you. We'll try it again some other day Click. He hung up man all day long. That dude bothered me, man. I couldn't believe, he said. He was disappointed in me the next morning, that damn phone ringing at 5 30, I said. Hey, This is a great day. This is Steve Harvey. Who is it? He said this is John Walker. I said a John. It's going to be a great day, man. Sure. Hope you have a super day, buddy. Have a great day. He said, man, you to click. You hung up. I said Cool. Alright, Cool. Let me tell you something. I never knew that. What he had prepared me for words for something that God had for me that one day.

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"rochester new york" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"rochester new york" Discussed on AP News

"Strikes, once one for a total of five minutes just after midnight in the downtown residential part of Gaza City. Rescuers scramble to retrieve those stuck under the rubble. The Gaza Health Ministry reported. Over a dozen women and several Children were among those killed. Over 180 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza, including more than 50 Children with well over 1000 people wounded over seven people in Israel have been killed, including a five year old boy in a soldier. Throughout the day. Gazans mourn their dead relatives. One father well done considerably as he had the dead body of his small child as others gather to console in calm him. Later in the day. Rockets could also be seen firing from a position in Gaza City directed towards Israel. Hamas another militant groups have fired over 2900 rockets into Israel, many of which were intercepted by the Israeli military. I'm Karen Sharma's on Julie Walker. Some key details go on scene after police in Rochester, New York, release officer's body Cam video from a fatal shooting during a traffic stop early Friday. Good, good. Good. One officer yells before shooting. And then at least nine shot every load right now. Okay. The video appears to show officers remove a gun from the back seat of the car where they were questioning a passenger. But it's not clear whether the man had a gun in his hands or fired it. He's identified as 28 year old Mark Gaskill. Police say he's white and Hispanic. They also say the car was stopped after it was seen near the location of where a shot spotter went off. Two officers are on administrative leave the state attorney general is investigating, which is standard Now I'm Julie Walker. I'm Julie Walker. Native American tribes and some other groups say to New Arizona election laws won't make it any easier for their voters, despite what Republicans behind the changes contend One log is voters who didn't sign mail in ballots until election night, defying a lawsuit that would have given voters additional days. Another results in potentially tens of thousands being purged from getting mail ballots. Navajo Nation president Jonathan Nez says it's basically retaliation. The Navajo nation came out In big numbers. To support their candidate, Joe Biden. And you know this is a Systematic approach to pushing back, he adds. Tribal members face hurdles, driving hours to reach polling sites unreliable male and need for translators. Bill sponsor Republican State Senator Michelle You gently, Reda said. Claims of retaliation are outrageous. Not everything has to do with Biden and Trump. User cleanups and fixes. I'm Julie Walker. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you.

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"rochester new york" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"rochester new york" Discussed on AP News

"Once one for a total of five minutes just after midnight in the downtown residential part of Gaza City. Rescuers scramble to retrieve those stuck under the rubble. The Gaza Health Ministry reported. Over a dozen women and several Children were among those killed. Over 180 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza, including more than 50 Children with well over 1000 people wounded over seven people in Israel have been killed, including a five year old boy and a soldier. Throughout the day. Gazans mourn their dead relatives. One father well done considerably as he had the dead body of his small child as others gather to console in calm him. Later in the day. Rockets could also be seen firing from a position in Gaza City directed towards Israel. Hamas another militant groups have fired over 2900 rockets into Israel, many of which were intercepted by the Israeli military. I'm Karen Sharma's on Julie Walker. Some key details go on scene after police in Rochester, New York, release officer's body Cam video from a fatal shooting during a traffic stop early Friday. Good, good. Good. One officer yells before shooting. And then at least nine shot every load right now. Okay. The video appears to show officers remove a gun from the back seat of the car where they were questioning a passenger. But it's not clear whether the man had a gun in his hands or fired it. He's identified as 28 year old Mark Gaskill. Police say he's white and Hispanic. They also say the car was stopped after it was seen near the location of where a shot spotter went off. Two officers are on administrative leave. The state attorney general is investigating, which is standard now. I'm Julie Walker. I'm Julie Walker. Native American tribes and some other groups say to New Arizona election laws won't make it any easier for their voters, despite what Republicans behind the changes contend One log is voters who didn't sign mail in ballots until election night, defying a lawsuit that would have given voters additional days. Another results in potentially tens of thousands being purged from getting mail ballots. Navajo Nation president Jonathan Nez says it's basically retaliation. The Navajo nation came out In big numbers. To support their candidate, Joe Biden. And you know this is a Systematic approach to pushing back, he adds. Tribal members face hurdles, driving hours to reach polling sites unreliable male and need for translators. Bill sponsor Republican State Senator Michelle You gently, Reda said. Claims of retaliation are outrageous. Not everything has to do with Biden and Trump. These are clean ups and fixes. I'm Julie Walker. It's Macy's one.

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AP News

02:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Strike's wins one for a total of five minutes just after midnight in the downtown residential part of Gaza City. Rescuers scramble to retrieve those stuck under the rubble. The Gaza Health Ministry reported. Over a dozen women and several Children were among those killed. Over 180 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza, including more than 50 Children with well over 1000 people wounded over seven people in Israel have been killed, including a five year old boy in a soldier. Throughout the day. Gazans mourn their dead relatives. One father well done considerably as he had the dead body of his small child as others gather to console in calm him. Later in the day. Rockets could also be seen firing from a position in Gaza City directed towards Israel. Hamas another militant groups have fired over 2900 rockets into Israel, many of which were intercepted by the Israeli military. I'm Karen Sharma's on Julie Walker. Some key details go on scene after police in Rochester, New York, release officer's body Cam video from a fatal shooting during a traffic stop early Friday. Good, good. Good. One officer yells before shooting. And then at least nine shot Zachary Low right now, Okay. The video appears to show officers remove a gun from the back seat of the car where they were questioning a passenger. But it's not clear whether the man had a gun in his hands or fired it. He's identified as 28 year old Mark Gaskill. Police say he's white and Hispanic. They also say the car was stopped after it was seen near the location of where a shot spotter went off. Two officers are on administrative leave the state attorney general is investigating, which is standard Now I'm Julie Walker. I'm Julie Walker. Native American tribes and some other groups say to New Arizona election laws won't make it any easier for their voters, despite what Republicans behind the changes contend One log is voters who didn't sign mail in ballots until election night, defying a lawsuit that would have given voters additional days. Another results in potentially tens of thousands being purged from getting mail ballots. Navajo Nation president Jonathan Nez says it's basically retaliation donation came out In big numbers. You support their candidate, Joe Biden. And you know this is a Systematic approach to pushing back, he adds. Tribal members face hurdles, driving hours to reach polling sites unreliable male and need for translators. Bill sponsor Republican State Senator Michelle You gently, Reda said. Claims of retaliation are outrageous. Not everything has to do with Biden and Trump. These air cleanups and fixes. I'm Julie Walker. Thank you..

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02:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Strike's wins one for a total of five minutes just after midnight in the downtown residential part of Gaza City. Rescuers scramble to retrieve those stuck under the rubble. The Gaza Health Ministry reported. Over a dozen women and several Children were among those killed. Over 180 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza, including more than 50 Children with well over 1000 people wounded over seven people in Israel have been killed, including a five year old boy in a soldier. Throughout the day. Gazans mourn their dead relatives. One father well done considerably as he had the dead body of his small child as others gather to console in calm him. Later in the day. Rockets could also be seen firing from a position in Gaza City directed towards Israel. Hamas another militant groups have fired over 2900 rockets into Israel, many of which were intercepted by the Israeli military. I'm Karen Sharma's on Julie Walker. Some key details go on scene after police in Rochester, New York, release officer's body Cam video from a fatal shooting during a traffic stop early Friday. Good, good. Good. One officer yells before shooting. And then at least nine shot every load right now. Okay. The video appears to show officers remove a gun from the back seat of the car where they were questioning a passenger. But it's not clear whether the man had a gun in his hands or fired it. He's identified as 28 year old Mark Gaskill. Police say he's white and Hispanic. They also say the car was stopped after it was seen near the location of where a shot spotter went off. Two officers are on administrative leave. The state attorney general is investigating, which is standard now. I'm Julie Walker. I'm Julie Walker. Native American tribes and some other groups say to New Arizona election laws won't make it any easier for their voters, despite what Republicans behind the changes contend One log is voters who didn't sign mail in ballots until election night, defying a lawsuit that would have given voters additional days. Another results in potentially tens of thousands being purged from getting mail ballots. Navajo Nation president Jonathan Nez says it's basically retaliation donation came out In big numbers to support their candidate, Joe Biden. And you know this is a Systematic approach to pushing back, he adds. Tribal members face hurdles, driving hours to reach polling sites unreliable male and need for translators. Bill sponsor Republican State Senator Michelle You gently, Reda said. Claims of retaliation are outrageous. Not everything has to do with Biden and Trump. These are clean ups and fixes. I'm Julie Walker. Thank you for looking..

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AP News

02:04 min | 1 year ago

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"Police in Rochester, New York, released Body Cam video after shooting and killing a man early Friday during a traffic stop that they say have a gun in the car. I need a Nobel officers say they stopped the car after a shots fired detection system had gone off. Officers had already been speaking with the car's occupants. When an officer approached the man in the back seat. You better open this door to talk to you, then. Good, good and the shop. Police say a gun was recovered and identified the man shot and killed as white Hispanic in his twenties. The others in the car were not injured. Nor were the officers who are on administrative leave. The state attorney general's office is investigating, which is now common procedure. I'm Julie Walker were shocked and horrified that the Israeli military would target and destroy the building housing a piece bureau. And other news organizations in Gaza. Have long known the location of our bureau and new journalists were there. We received a warning that the building would be hit. We're seeking information from the Israeli government. And are engaged with the U. S. State Department to try to learn more. This is an incredibly disturbing development. We narrowly avoided a terrible loss of life. Dozen AP journalists and freelancers were inside the building, and thankfully, we were able to evacuate them in time. The world will know less about what's going on in Gaza because of what happened today. Coronavirus update. I'm Ben Thomas within a P news minute daily infections have ed the cross the United States. The tally by Johns Hopkins University Saturday morning shows a little more than 42,000 new cases in the past day, But another 745 people have died of infections, pushing the U. S death toll to more than 585,000. With federal health officials earlier this week approving finders covert 19 vaccine for Children as young as 12. Teenagers have been getting shots at an outdoor clinic and Encino, California. Such a turbo was one of them. I mean,.

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AP News

03:10 min | 1 year ago

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"Restrictions apply gig WiFi requires gig speed incompatible, exploit gateway, actual speeds very not guaranteed building. And those brave journalists not only got out, but they were able to salvage much of our equipment. Because it's important that we continue to tell this story. This really military says that has bond the home of Hollywood. I'll hire top leader of Gaza's ruling militant Hamas group Military legend that the home served as a part of what it says was a militant groups. Terrorist infrastructure All high, is a senior figure in the Hamas political leadership in Gaza. His fate after the strike was not immediately known. Earlier on Saturday, and Israeli airstrike targeted and destroyed a high rise building in Gaza City, the House officers off the Associated Press and other media outlets. I'm sorry, Shockley. Great. I'm Julie Walker. Police in Rochester, New York, released Body Cam video after shooting and killing a man early Friday during a traffic stop that they say have a gun in the car. I need a Nobel officers say they stopped the car after a shots fired detection system had gone off. Officers had already been speaking with the car's occupants. When an officer approached the man in the back seat. You could open the story. Talk to you, then good and the shop. Police say a gun was recovered and identified the man shot and killed as white Hispanic in his twenties. The others in the car were not injured. Nor were the officers who are on administrative leave. The state attorney general's office is investigating, which is now common procedure. I'm Julie Walker were shocked and horrified that the Israeli military would target and destroy the building housing a piece bureau. And other news organizations in Gaza. Have long known the location of our bureau and new journalists were there. We received a warning that the building would be hit. We're seeking information from the Israeli government and are engaged with the U. S. State Department to try to learn more This is an incredibly disturbing development. We narrowly avoided a terrible loss of life. Dozen AP journalists and freelancers were inside the building, and thankfully, we were able to evacuate them in time. The world will know less about what's going on in Gaza because of what happened today. Coronavirus update. I'm Ben Thomas, with an AP News Minute daily Infections have Ed the cross the United States. The tally by Johns Hopkins University Saturday morning shows a little more than 42,000 new cases in the past day, but another 745 people have died of infections. Pushing the U. S death toll to more than 585,000. With federal health officials earlier this.

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AP News

02:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Where does it take the scar off of our hearts that we still have from my dad not being here but now former police officer who shot Hill at a McCoy has pleaded not guilty to murder and reckless homicide charges. This is AP News Man in Chicago is the first known covert to cope, a double lung transplant recipient. The donor had recovered from covert and died from an unrelated cause. They piece Ed Donahue has more. I feel wonderful. Renato Aquino was working as a phlebotomist caring for patients. When he came down with the case of the virus so severe it destroyed his lungs and nearly killed him. These Tasha Sundstrom says It didn't look good actually went to the funeral. I did all the arrangements and then the next day he proved us wrong. He wanted to live doctor on Kit burrata at Northwestern says options were running out. We received a call that lungs Were available from a donor who previously had a mild to moderate covert. The donor's lungs did not have permanent damage. Aquino says he is grateful. Thank you. My life, Aquino says he now has a second chance at life. I'm Ed Donahue. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News Had benefits. That's a fact have been after the fact credit card purchases. Give me cash back call President Give me cash that no one else gets These reboard such and that is just played us through. What in Tarnation, Sir Pen fits para cash rewards card isn't just for military members. Anyone can get cash back on all purchases. Figgins, you've ruined my favorite song. Penn Fed Credit Union visit Penn fed dot org's slash power cash to receive any advertised product, you must become a member of Penn Fed injured by NC away. I'm Julie Walker Police in Rochester, New York, released Body Cam video after shooting and killing a man early Friday during a traffic stop that they say have a gun in the car. I need a noble officers say they stopped the car after a shots fired detection system had gone off. Officers had already been.

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02:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Forces. Have been accused of committing human rights abuses. They're taking casualties to 30. Million soldiers were killed in an ambush near this town just a few weeks ago. So what if the British become the target? Leftenant, Colonel Tom Robinson's the commanding officer. If someone's going to attack us, we're not going to sit and watch them do that. We will defend ourselves and if someone is going to attack or is about to attack the local nationals And our job is to protect them. And if protecting them evolves using violence, then we will use violence. Thies Desert patrols in searing heat take their toll on the troops and their equipment. The UK is committed to this mission for at least three years. Thousands of French troops have been fighting a separate counterterrorism mission here since 2000 and 13 Britain. The question is, can it really helped bring peace to Marley? Or is this another long unwinnable war? Defense correspondent Jonathan Bill reporting there on the deployment off British troops in the West African state off Molly joining What the U. N is calling the most dangerous peacekeeping mission in the world. You'll listen to the BBC World Service. I'm Julian Marshall on this. His new, sir. An activist in Rochester, New York, says she tried to reform the police. When police pushed back. She ran for office with a bigger plan. You know, abolition. It's not this wild idea. In fact, it's responding to something that's not working for anyone one city's fight over policing on the next morning edition from NPR news. Weekday mornings on news 88 7, I feel you. We hear you. I see you. I'm Eddie Robinson on May 15th my new show. I see you comes to news 88 7. I see is a platform When we get to highlight voices. We don't get to hear all the voices we need to hear toe learn about others. Hopes that we get to learn more about ourselves. Join.

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