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Best place to be a teacher? Washington, DC area ranks No. 3.
"Teaching is one of the most demanding careers not just professionally. But financially. Teaching in the D C region means you're likely doing a lot better than the rest of the U. S. A new survey from financial technology company Smart Asset has ranked the D C area. Third best for teachers, Everything from teacher's salary to student to teacher ratio toe homes with Internet access were measured. Those metrics are where our region scored. Highest teachers in the area earn on average about $81,000 a year, But we have to deal with some of the highest housing costs on ever. Ridge. The Baltimore area rates well on this list, coming in 12 the rest of the top five. Rochester and Syracuse, New York, Our first and second with Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and fourth and Dayton, Ohio, in fifth. Brandon Millman. W T O P
Fresh update on "rochester" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"News So many public schools were starting the school year online And as we continue to look at parenting during the pandemic, we have some suggestions on how to get ready for homebound schooling. The first thing parents should do is set up in organized school workspace for their child, ideally with their own desk and chair, and Dolan with educational connections Tutoring center also suggests parents move away any potential distractions like TV and video games, she says, though, should be off limits, even during short breaks, because hard for them to get off. It's very difficult than for them to transition back to school work. She also recommend students Sprinkle in some online social downtime. It's perfectly fine during those brakes to get kids together on a zoom call it just kind of like a social meet up. Jenny Glick w T o P News. The Virginia city of Blacksburg, maybe scaling back some of its reopening plans to slow the spread of the Corona virus as Virginia Tech students return to campus there, The Roanoke Times says the Blacksburg Town Council has been asked to approve an emergency ordinance that would generally limit public and private gatherings to no more than 50 people. It would also require that food and drinking establishments close at midnight. The ordinance would remain in effect for about three months. The town council set to vote on that tomorrow. Meantime, a protest is planned at the University of Maryland this afternoon. Students say they should be released from their campus housing contract since classes are being held mostly online and most students will stay at home. About 3000 students in dorms operated by Capstone on campus pay about $12,000 a year in rent, students and other on campus storms have been released from their contracts. Protest caravan is set to drive through campus beginning at four o'clock this afternoon. Teaching is one of the more dangerous our demanding careers not just professionally. But financially. Yet teaching in the D C region means you're likely doing a little better than the rest of the country. A new survey from financial technology companies Smart asset has ranked the D C area. Third best for teachers, everything from teacher's salary to student to teacher ratio toe homes with Internet access were measured. Those metrics are wear. Our region scored highest teachers in the area earn on average about $81,000 a year. But we have Deal with some of the highest housing costs. On average. The Baltimore area rates well on this list coming in 12 the rest of the top five. Rochester and Syracuse, New York, Our first and second with Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and fourth and Dayton, Ohio, in fifth Brainy Millman. W T o P News Well, let's get a check on Wall Street. How are things going, Jeff claim thee Thou is up 291 points, but the NASDAQ is down 1/2 percent money using 10 minutes on double D T OBY..
EEE Risk In Greater Boston Region of Wareham Upgraded To High After Mosquitos Tested Positive
"The state Health Department announced 10 new Tripoli positive mosquito samples Today, The samples taken in Carver wear hair, Wareham and Canton the risk and wear him now raised to high, joining Kingston, Plympton and Rochester Thie two communities at the critical risk level, Carver and Middleborough. Residents are urged to where bug spray avoid outdoor evening activities and drain standing
Fresh update on "rochester" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Be right back to normal. Maybe even better in the how well of course, the hope is that someday we will have a Corona virus vaccine. But while we wait pediatricians Are already expressing worries that some parents might not trust that the vaccine will be safe for kids When it is available. We want to make sure there's public trust in the vaccine doctor Sarah Schaffer Drew is the pediatrician at Children's National Medical Center. She believes parents should get kids vaccinated. If and when there's a code 19 vaccine. All vaccines go through a very rigorous And robust testing process that has to be approved by the FDA. Schaefer Drusus If your child's pediatrician is recommending it, you Khun believe it's safe. Christi King W. T. O P News City of Blacksburg may scale back some of its reopening plans in an effort to lessen the spread of the Corona virus. As Virginia Tech students return to campus. The Roanoke Times reports that the Blacksburg Town Council has been asked to approve an emergency ordinance that were generally limit public and private gatherings to no more than 50 people. The proposed ordinance would also require that food and drinking establishments close at midnight. The ordnance would remain in effect for about three months. The town council is set to vote on the moon on the measure tomorrow. Protest is planned at the University of Maryland this afternoon. Students say they should be let out of their campus housing contracts with classes being online this fall. There are dorms that are on campus but run by a private company called Capstone on Campus LLC. Nearly 3000 students are set to pay $12,000. To stay on a campus that's not really going to be open. Our protest caravan is set to drive through the campus beginning at four o'clock today. The corona virus pandemic has brought new challenges to the teaching world. But if you are in education around here, you're in a pretty good spot. The third best, in fact, according to a new Smart asset survey of the best places to be a teacher. Company analyzed a number of metrics, including teachers as a percentage of the workforce. Average income spending per student and housing costs. Among others are region rates high when it comes to the average income more than $81,000 as well as the number of households with Internet access. But we're dealing with some of the highest median monthly housing costs in the US at around 1800 bucks a month on Lee San Jose, California Rated higher on the Top 25 list. Rochester and Syracuse, New York rated. 12 on the list. Brandon Millman W T O Penis. Let's get a check on Wall Street Here is Jeff Cleave all the Dow is up 213 points. The S and P 500 index is up Just five money news in 10 minutes on the GOP.
Abby Wambach: If you're not a good leader on the bench, you cannot call yourself a good leader on the field.
"Hey everyone. This show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches. The scam is still working from home for the time being because of covid nineteen. Today, we have a very special guest joining us abby Wambach is here with us on skin from the couch she is a two time Olympic gold medalist, a FIFA World Cup champion, and a member of the national soccer hall of fame. Also, she hasn't slowed down in retirement she is now a New York Times. Author and equal pay activists. We I had the pleasure of meeting abby when we spoke to her wife, Glennon Doyle on the show in March and we dragged her onto the podcast as well, and if you haven't listened to that episode, go check it out. It's a good one abby. Thank you so much for joining us today. Welcome to skin from the catch. Yeah. Thanks for having me. I'm so thrilled and honored to be with you all on three different couches. Thou-. Before. We jump into our first question I have to tell you I was looking at our prep for this and there was one bullet in here. That has really made me laugh as I have to share it, which is that you used to have a special card that got you a free Burrito a day from AAA but it stopped working when you're retired that seems passive aggressive for sure to Poli what the F.. Yeah. So when I first got this card, it was Gosh I must've been ten years ago now and you know like the gold cards portly for life like essentially my name is on it and you guys don't know how I go way back. From the early days and I mean I would get a Burrito. Day You guys we're both creatures of habits. I respect this. Yeah. It was crazy and this is before we really knew how many calories were in each burrito. Bowl that I would make or Burrito early days. and. So then yeah, of course when I retired, I was super excited to still be able to get one free Burrito a week for year, but they never really checked up on it but then I think when I got a family when I married Glenn and attained. That you know fifteen dollar meal. Turned into a sixty five dollar meal or seventy dollars meal for the whole family and pull was like I. Don't know if we're GONNA keep floating this for her so. It was a good run while it lasted I'm sorry that you've struggled with that but I did make me laugh as read. So, we're going to jump into our very first question. We'd like to ask everybody it just skim your resume skin my resume. It's so funny because when you retire, that's like that's essentially what I've had to do over the last four or five years of my life since retiring from playing on the national team, and if people don't really know I played for a long time on our women's national team. So Ski. My life I'm the youngest of seven children I grew up in Rochester New York, and I went to the University of Florida and played soccer there for four seasons where after I was drafted number two by the way just remember this folks you don't get drafted number one. You can still succeed I was drafted number two out of college to go play for a team called The Washington freedom the best player in. The world at the time. Mia. Hamm played on that team and it really changed my life because we were able to develop a connection that then transferred into me getting called into the national team and playing on the national team in scoring goals in the national team, and then I had a pretty long career representing his country won a gold medal. I want a couple of medals actually I won a fee. For Women's World Cup. World. Cup. I should say it doesn't matter if you're a guy or girl that's pretty awesome in my retirement I have kind of taken on this activism role that when I play ironically when I played I was a little bit more like just go and do my job and we were going to show our activism rather than talk about it. But when you quit playing, you gotta actually transfer that. Because I can't play anymore I can't show it in the ways that I used to. So I've transitioned into becoming a public speaker and an activist and apparent and wife, and that is my skin. Has a great skin? What is it like to be really good at something where young 'cause I have? No clue. Yeah I mean it's confidence building you know I felt like. Okay. I know that I'm good at this thing over here but I think you know all of us have our little things right? Like no matter what kind of. Place we grew up or family we grew up in or what kind of trauma we we experienced as a child because we all do some of US feel like we're unlovable my case in particular some of us were neglected. Some of us were over parented like we all have problems inside of our family dynamics that for me really allowed me to and gave me the courage to propel in this kind of an individualistic career. So when I was young I kind of was a very big risk taker. I was a free spirit is what they called me, I think that's what they call children who don't follow the rules as much as their parents want them to and I think that the other side of that coin is I was really trying to get the attention of my parents, right. So the very thing that might have felt trauma or hardship from in my childhood is the very thing that made me successful. So I have to always remember that like as much as I as young as seven children. As much as all of us wanted the attention of our parents, I do think that kind of parent team actually shaped me and and allowed me to explore this competitiveness inside. In this drive and this embiid to go after what I needed and what I wanted. So I give a lot of credit to that form of parenting into that trauma
"rochester" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Buckle BAC welcome back Bob. I'm glad you phoned sir. This is newsradio eleven eighty good morning Good Morning Bob. We've got an we were sitting around. We had an idea for a fundraiser to raise. A lot of money to purchase just thousands of black lives matter. T shirts and we would have former. President Obama. Rich won the Nobel Peace Prize. As we know go back to his hometown and distribute them in a peaceful manner. Do all you in the known violent areas of Chicago? Therefore, we would have no more violence if anybody WHO's wearing that shirt now If. T shirts saved lives we'd have far fewer funerals my friend Andy this is newsradio eleven eighty welcome sir. Hey. Bob. I got a question for you. Yeah. They took away that six hundred dollars federal unemployment payment today. Yup and they're saying that they're going to give you a seventy percent of your original weight. Okay. That means I probably won't be returning to my job that I'm on furlough from. I'm going to be looking for another one. But again. If. You refused employment terminate here, unemployment payment almost immediately well But that's not the reality and the giving you seventy percent is what the Republicans propose. There has been no deal reach. So right now at the end of the day you got unemployment, we'll be the half of your base pay that New York pays you and nothing extra until there's federal legislation news with a great Todd Halliday. Then you're on the air on Newsradio wham eleven eighty saying. It's not the same thing I say not at the Fisher asked the Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just, having assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson, that someone would be there to take care of us. You took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse dot? Org?.
3 found dead in Michigan hotel, man hospitalized, drug overdoses suspected
"Older teens are dead after suspected drug overdoses in Auburn Police say they got a call for a welfare check out at the Bay, Mont Inn and Suites on Updike in Auburn Hills. When they arrived, they found three teens dead inside the hotel room. 1/4 man, 20 years old from like Orient unconscious. He is now being treated at the hospital. Autopsies are being conducted on the teens. Police say in a 24 hour stretch, they had two additional overdoses elsewhere. In those cases, the victims survived. The teens have been identified as two brothers, 18 and 19 years old and a 17 year old girl. They're all from Rochester Hills.
Kodak to move in to pharmaceuticals
"A lot of its work was in chemicals for film processing. And now President Trump has announced Kodak will be part of his effort to have more drugs made in the United States will have no particular impact on Corona virus treatment or efforts to find a vaccine. But President Trump Lid off his media session by announcing a $765 million government loan will turn Kodak for my camera and film making company into a Kodak pharmaceuticals. It's part of an effort to bring some generic prescription drug manufacturing to the United States, less than 10% of the active pharmaceutical ingredients needed to make these drugs they currently manufactured in America. It's good news for Rochester, New York, where Kodak is headquartered. The company found for bankruptcy in 2012 because even though it created the digital camera, it's stuck with its core
Canadian company recycles minerals from electric vehicle batteries
"As electric vehicles become more mainstream demand for lithium ion car batteries is growing. But to increase production, the industry needs more lithium, cobalt and nickel. One possible source is batteries that are no longer in use. A bit of a waste to have batteries sitting in a landfill and there's opportunity there to reuse those materials. Make them a good his new. That's canal fell for of Lice. All the company uses a two step process to recover more than eighty percent of the materials in old lithium ion batteries we take the batteries and shred them, and then phase two of the processes, then to take that mixed material and separate each of the elements through chemical processing the approach generates less carbon pollution than mining those minerals from the ground, and it solved another problem. The booming industry is grappling with how to safely and sustainably dispose of spent batteries. Life Cycle has a demonstration plant in Canada and foul for says building a new facility in Rochester New York. Last December the company shipped its first commercial load of recycled battery material to a customer, a critical milestone on the road to addressing this global
How to Become a Change Agent in Your Health System with Tony Manuel
"Welcome back to the outcomes, rockets, Sal Marquez is here today I have the privilege of hosting Dr Tony Manual Dr Tony. Manual is a practicing anesthesiologist and Austin Texas. He's a partner with the United States anesthesia partners central Texas and has been in practice since two thousand two. He's an assistant professor. In the Department of surgery and Peri, operative care at Bell Medical School Dr Manual received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt attended the University of Texas Health Science Center for medical. School, completed his residency in anesthesia at the University of North Carolina or Or. He was recognized as the outstanding resident and fellow cardiovascular anesthesia at Duke, university in two thousand seventeen. He received his masters in medical management degree from Carnegie Mellon University and today he's playing. Multiple Roles as as he has in in his career and today we're going to be talking about physician innovation, and in particular how physicians can evolve their career to be greater contributors beyond the point of care and so. I WanNa thank you Tony for joining me today to have this very interesting discussion with you saw thanks so much great. Great to be owner podcasts, and I WANNA. Thank you for actually doing this podcast. Because for a lot of people like myself, it's been a great conduit to learn about what other people are doing, and what best practices that are out there, and it's an alternative to sort of the Journal Review articles that we have historically read and I've actually looked up several companies that you've had on and engaged with them. Really appreciate what you're doing I. Love that man now. That's great. I'm glad to hear that you've done that. That's the intention. Intention and so I appreciate you for doing that, so you know we are having a discussion. Folks Tony and I connected and said you know what the role of the physician is changing, and and so what I wanNA. Do today is just highlight how that's changing through the life of Dr Manual here and so you know I love for you Tony at to just kind of walk us through some of the work that you're doing and how it's changed from just practicing to actually doing more You know as we engage this. You know three five trillion dollar industry that call healthcare. Yeah, it's it's been an interesting journey for me and you know have to credit one of my anesthesia attending when I was in residency, his name's Dave mayor said Gimme, grapevine goes Tony You have to continually strives to maximize your career and Let's see well. What does that mean well? You definitely want to start trying to be the best clinician you can be once. You achieve that you should really look at you. Know becoming really strong in other areas, and I always took that to heart in so I think back to when I first started here in Austin I became the division chief of cardiovascular. Cardiovascular Anesthesia Rochester, saying I helped create division of cardiovascular. Because at that time we were Basically, everybody was doing it, and I fell coming out of myself. This'll be really better if we limited number of people at work in that space and you know put together some protocols and got the team together, and we saw some really good outcomes from that work and I fast forward to what I'm doing today, and that work has changed so much partly because I think every clinician you have to get educated, and I use a rudimentary tools back then, but in after getting that masters degree from Carnegie Mellon I really developed at toolkit that allows me to take on. On much more complex problems that we face and healthcare today. Yeah, that's so interesting, and so you have that entrepreneurial bug from the beginning right so you kind of re retooled the way that you guys approached cardiovascular anesthesia and I'm sure with with much improvements and outcomes, but then you've taken other steps to. You've been involved in startups, and now you're doing different roles. Can you talk to us a little bit more about that? Yeah I worked my way of the medical staff leadership and ultimately became the president of medical staffing while that was a great experience after I graduated with my master's degree. The entrepreneur apart really was intriguing to me. In more important is the. The interface between the clinicians in technology and so The startup is called Dynamic Lights based here in Austin, and it's actually technology out of the University of Texas and They had great idea concept. Basically, it's how to noninvasive map blood flow during Sri will hand you an aneurysm surgery and uses what's called speckled laser technology and I was like honestly Craig. It's continuous. It's noninvasive, but they never really thought about the interaction. How you get it. It's dockers hands. How do you test it? And that was sort of my strength and so I, said well. Let's work together and figure this out and to date. You know we've incorporated. We're FDA approved, and we're. Ducking clinical trial and we're looking to partner with a couple of larger health tech firms,
Frederick Douglass statue ripped from base
"A statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglass has been ripped from its base in Rochester, New York, on the anniversary of one of his most famous speeches. Police say the statue was taken from Maplewood parking place near the Genesee River Gorge on Sunday. On July 5th, 18 50 to Douglas gave the speech. What to The slave is the fourth of July in
Frederick Douglass statue in Rochester, NY vandalized on anniversary of his Fourth of July speech
"Police in Rochester, New York, say they're investigating the damage to a statue of Frederick Douglass. Police say the statue of the abolitionist was ripped from his base in the city, where he gave one of his most famous speeches in 18 50. To what to the slave is the fourth of July.
Statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglass toppled from base in Rochester, New York, park
"Has knocked down a statue of the famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass. ABC easily now boys says It happened yesterday at a well known historic site in Rochester. Police say the statue was taken from Maplewood Park, which is a sight along the underground railroad were Douglas and hair. It's have been helped lead slaves to freedom. It was found in a river nearby. Yesterday was the anniversary of one of Douglas is most well known speeches. What Teo The slave is the fourth of July. It's not known whether the timing of the vandalism was deliberate.
Frederick Douglass statue vandalized in Rochester park
"A statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglass vandalized in New York state. On the anniversary of one of his most famous speeches delivered in Rochester, New York, a statue of Frederick Douglass ripped from its base. Police say the statue was taken from Maplewood Park, which is a sight along the underground railroad were dead. Bliss and hair. It's have been helped lead slaves to freedom. It was found in a river nearby, Douglas gave the famous What to The slave is the Fourth of July speech. They're calling Celebrations of Liberty, a sham, with black people still enslaved and oppress. Lionel Boys. ABC
Frederick Douglass statue ripped from base
"A statue of Frederick Douglass has been ripped down from its base at Maplewood Park in Rochester, New York and place right near the Genesee River Gorge. It was on site on the underground railroad were Douglass and Harriet Tubman helped shuttle slaves to freedom. Vandalism took place on the anniversary of one of Douglas most famous
Luke James: Not 'Chi' About Singing
"Everybody welcome to the show. Yeah. After new years. Twenty two hundred eighty. Downsize you getting rid of some stuff? You getting rid of stuff. That's usually my wife stuff that I want. To tell her that you're getting rid of it. Most of the time I don't most of the time what I say is. Do we need this thing? I say in a very high pitch? Yes, and does she look at and go ways? What are you doing? You know that's precious. We need that. I'm GONNA fix that. She says I'm going to fix that Oh we need this. I'm going fix that. Yeah, and then just slowly. You just move it further and further out of the room until it's in the basement, and then once everybody's forgotten about because garbage. I'm just trying to get rid of stuff in my inbox. I am trying to unsubscribe from every store and yes, you're nodding your head because you have too many emails. Can we agree that it's easier to get a divorce than unsubscribe from a mailing list Oh my God. Why is that so hard? I bought a bath mat. You from you once. You know we're not in a real relationship. Okay, but every time you're like I gotta get out of here. There's an exit interview super desperate. Why are you leasing? Why are you leaving, too? Many messages is by content relevant. Do you not recall signing up I? Recall I recall. Our special guest is singer actor model Luke. Luke James for beyond say technically I'm opening for him so technically I've opened for beyond say. And you guys by third degree have seen beyond say in a bar in Brooklyn so. Well done everybody Luke. James is very impressive, but I think the most impressive thing about him is that he looks fantastic in a bucket hat. You can't do that. Not everyone can do that if I put on a bucket hat I looked like a Combo of blossom and a sad fishermen all right. They should call bucket hats, what they are good for the really really young or very very old. People have described Luke James's music as the perfect music to make out to. You know what I like hearing when I make out. Applause. Just a slow sarcastic clap. That's it. I'm ready to French people. During this I say okay I'm ready to. And I say people because I usually have a few possibilities lined up. Just don't WANNA I don't WanNa. Cut off any up. Sometimes. Things just change, and you never know so. We have four brilliant contestants their backstage right now, determining how many self help books one needs to read before they can consider themselves helped. And one of them will be our big winner and the other three combine other book. Let's play some games, everybody. Our first contestants will play a game about cities original names I call it. Where in the world is Carmen San Miguel? I up Sarah Sand Cooler. YOU'RE A lab technician at the Columbia University Medical Center. I am all right. You recently moved your lab from Rochester to Columbia. So and you were saying you were finding really weird things. People left behind I was so. We're moving into moved into temporary lab space, which people apparently sort of took an excuse to just abandon all the stuff they didn't want which included refrigerator doors filled with human is. Humanize. So what do you do with leftover is? Call the Bio Hazardous Waste Disposal People. Yeah, and they show up and they take them away. Yes, thankfully. To well. That's good. Where are they? All right so when you ring in, we'll hear this. Your opponent is Paul Alexander from. Toronto Ontario where you are a criminal defense lawyer. That is true. Paul, you are in the Guinness Book of World Records. Yeah Okay, how why? I'm in a band and our band somehow got involved in what is now in the Guinness Book of world, records as the longest ever concert by multiple artists. Okay, so wait a second. So what did you have to fulfil well? There were eighteen and a quarter days of continuous music. Each band had a one hour set. There could be no more than five minutes between bands, and I think no more than thirty seconds between songs in a band set, and you had to go a certain number of songs before there could be a repeat. What time did your Ben? Play we got the six PM slot on the last day. That's the best. And, we're the people in the audience. Yeah, it was crammed. I mean the was the size of this stage, so it was going to be crammed even if it's not just the members of the band that sounds
Her Name Was Sandy Guardiola
"You ready to talk about what happened to me or do you need a moment or no? Absolutely so on? So to start October fourth twenty seventeen is a day on. I can never forget me. Personally I was living in Brooklyn at the time, I, just started working as a carpenter in the union. I went to work I got home. Ottesen with my grandfather, her father at the time in Brooklyn I got a call. And It's A. Have you heard from your mother? And I said no when I was like why and she's like something's going on so I start looking into I started trying to call her caller caller on nothing. No answer no answer. And I'm sitting in my room. In Brooklyn for about four hours. eight o'clock comes I still haven't heard from her. On talking to my sister I'm talking to my uncle and you know we're ready to go upstate. Because she was living in upstate New York at the time she was working. With New, York, State Parole 'cause. She went back into the law. Enforcement Field to To get her years onto to get her pension and retire, so she was upstate New York. We're getting ready to drive. I'll never forget I I went to the subway. To to go to my uncles, so I got up in his car with the draft together. And my sister calls me to screaming crying. It happened. It happens. She's dead. She's dead and I just dropped to my knees in in the subway station and I couldn't believe it so. I'm. We go to my sister's in the Bronx. We pick her up and she tells us that state police came to her house and Saturday down and told her that. My mom was. Sitting in her living room with her gone her service weapon. Pointed to her head. And that they tried talking her out of it. But it didn't work out and that she ended up shot and. So from there we drive upstate seven hours. We drive through the night. We got upstate and we go straight to the more, so we could go see urine. Identify her and they didn't allow us that we. We were told that there was an investigation. Yada Yada we, we have to go to state police state that countless identifier. Okay so now we just take. We're we're. In such grief than so many emotions. You know we don't even. We just went through the next step, so we go to say police. Up there and you know we're trying to find out what have been you know. Everything that's going on before you know it. We're all separated and they're asking US questions. Why did she move upstate What does she want to do here? So looking back at it? It was it was like trying to find dirt on her like they're trying to. Interrogate us to find out. You know why. She was in their area and You. Know at the time again. You not too many emotions even even comprehend what was going on and then from the state police. We go to the apartment where you know. She was shot. We walk, in. And Her bed. was. Not there. Her mattress was missing. There is a sheets there with blood. And one bullet hole through her window. and. You know. Again you know going through the motions. We don't realize we're into a crime scene that you know we should have even been there. We should've. Right, away gotten someone attorney you know. Eventually we did, but at that time we should've right away. Made that move so that we conduct their own investigation, but that didn't happen. There was so many emotions going on, so that was that day. But then you know. Over time we find out the story. So a welfare check was called on my mother, she didn't show up for work that day. She was supposed to go back to work that day after being in a car accident exactly one month prior to that day, and through our you know our lawyers investigations. Something happened with her paperwork, and she wasn't able to show up for work, and we don't even know to this day if she had showed up for work or not, and the crazy part about the welfare check is that it came from the Rochester Parole Office And while she was on medical leave, she was transferring from the Rochester. Parole Office to the Binghamton Parole Office because what we find out later as she was doing with harassment in Rochester, something happened with her supervisor where her supervisor and her didn't get along that supervisor one that cold in the welfare check on her on that day, the officer that responded to the welfare check. He arrived at her residence on. He didn't get an answer at the door. He went to apartment management where they granted him access to give them a key fob. And this is all unwarranted. they was never a an emergency call given to me or my sister. You know her emergency contacts. We never received a call. You know to say you know something's wrong. Can you please check on my mother that never happened? So they grant themselves access to the apartment. Then when they get in, there's another closed door her bedroom door. They let themselves into the bedroom door and from there. For whatever reason? Something happened I. Don't know if there was a an exchange. I, don't know what happened. We still don't know the facts of what exactly happened to that day. There's only two people that know the answers to what happened that officer at my mother and my mother is here to tell her side of the story. But anyways. We don't know what happened. What we know is that she was shot three times once in her head once in her arm once in abdomen. While laying in bed.
"rochester" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Winning a Stanley Cup go to Rochester we need to make sure that we're putting those players in a position where they're just getting incrementally better every day you know and I know this will P. could take some time to make sure that we we get that roster but just philosophically I think younger players being your prospect being in position to be down in Rochester getting quality minutes goes a long way so that'll be something that Ralph and I'll spend a lot of time I hear in the coming weeks thanks for your time ribs razor anything August time will go quick time will go quick so you're going yeah no I appreciate it man you know you guys you guys know all come on anytime I'm always going to be open and honest and you know I want to be late bad relations with with obviously you guys and in the media but I also want to be that way with the fans I want France understand what will what we're working towards and and why the transparent with that type of thing that's my style anyways but so I'll be a regular on the show whenever you need me let me let me ask you a personal question how excited how are the kids your guide to the I'm glad you asked would you give me a little choked up you know its this is the my family is such a part of this and always has been you know I mean my oldest daughters now in college student and I have a daughter in high school and you know my son is going to be a great plays on the juniors in the junior savers program and lives for the Buffalo Sabres so it's special you know this but my message to them before I jumped on the plane the Florida was you know we're we're honest together you know we're gonna we're gonna be together we're gonna we're gonna learn of the family too and that but excited you're excited I guess would be the the best where do you well good stuff cavs congradulations and yeah I guess I guess is that you're you're off to work after work all right thanks guys I'll catch up with you soon robin thanks thanks so much I look bank will we'll take a break we'll allow we'll come back we'll we'll talk about but our conversation with Kevin Adams will be open to phone calls it'll thrill five fifty eight eight eight five fifty to five fifty pop on the line and let's start building a roster boys this is lives this is ribs prime time right here I'm surprised you I was surprised you didn't offer up a resume right there on the spot less is what I don't Rev I think your resume if he wants to see the white party can give me a call he's got my number oh my god that was your moment room that's the only reason why we we request you to have a market we have a month to rip your boxes tires heating assistance yeah all right is to get as well we come back who's on ridge drive report WGR five fifty W. E. R. sports radio five fifty only when these two for five has all the checking you crave choose from the crispy homestyle chicken sandwiches delicious spicy chicken sandwich classic Christensen peace not for the legendary spicy let's be real you're going to get twenty spices nuts for five Bucks I mean that's what I would do it's only a real deal with the wind chill for five weeks a time of crisis U. S. twenty excludes me to crave switch to sprint to get.
Minnesota man accused of burning pawn shop during unrest
"A twenty five year old Rochester man making his first court appearance today after being charged with arson in connection with the Minneapolis Ryan Montez levy is suspected in the burning of the maxi pawn shop on east Lake Street he was identified on surveillance video and was seen allegedly pouring some type of liquid around the shop before it begins to burn meanwhile seventy thousand dollars in reward money is being offered in hopes of tracking a total of fourteen suspected arsonists free of systematically methodically worked on each of these fire scenes process in the fire scene collecting evidence interviewing witnesses reviewing information provided by the public special agent in charge Terry Henderson with the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives says they're asking for the public's help in the form of tips as they put the pieces together five thousand dollars per suspect will be offered for information leading to their
Boston - Harvard drops standardized test requirement for 2021
"Harvard University arguably our top school in the country academically anyway has decided at least for last year are for next year to drop the ACT and the SAT as part of its admissions requirements in my view it's the only non B. S. way of measuring student performance because letters of recommendation are completely subjective and fraught with politics and sore grades because the grades at a high school in St Louis may not be the same as the grades at a high school in Los Angeles for that matter the greats of the parkway school district could be completely different from the grades right in the Saint Louis city public school I mean we know that to be true but the ACT and the SAT however flawed is the kind of the same for everybody around the country okay Charlie and for clarification is this dropping of the ACT SAT by Harvard is this moving forward or is this a covert adjustment is it for this year because it's at least for this year they're gonna see where it goes now there is the cold that adjustment because the test taking has been out of whack however as you know standardized tests have been criticized for a long time because minority groups often but not all always fare more poorly on them I say often not always Latinos and African Americans trail whites but whites do trail Asians when it comes to the standardized testing right and that was the reason of the university of California system dropping the A. C. T. S. A. T. because they said that it it hurt some minority communities to me if you have nationwide minority communities struggling with the ACT SAT right that is the result of a broken educational system so instead of trying to erase the results of a broken education system fix the education system but what you're going to have that is students getting into the university of California school system and don't get me wrong people who know how to play the system can play the system ACT or SAT are not built figure out how to work the system to their advantage but those students who get in and have a compromise education that is not now exposed by the SAT SAT will find themselves in a university that they can't they can't keep up with that that they are foundational education is not there so then what do they do when those students start poor faring poorly in the school system do you lower the school system standards the university system standards well the equity income cook equity and inclusion are the big buzz words these days and there are important but it's not the only important thing as saw some have suggested Dr Marty Rochester and others you know merits important to merit any our I. T. and let's say you are at Los Alamos and you're trying to create a bomb that ends the war you have to go with the people who have demonstrated the greatest intellectual ability you can't say Hey let's get something let's get the rainbow you know it's it and that's also true if you're let's say you're looking for a surgeon you're not saying Hey I want my surgical team to be a rainbow you want the best working on you and there's nothing wrong with saying those who scored the highest deserve something because when we invite new products or when we're trying to find a new contraption or whatever the assignment is if if it requires great intellectual acuity you have to cope with the people who've demonstrated great intellectual acuity so to me we're throwing the baby out with the bath water a little bit here yes let's give everybody a shot but let's not forget that sometimes a test is a good predictor of your
New York Police: 1 Dead In Police-Involved Shooting In Crown Heights
"Com a suspect with the gun who allegedly shot at least one person in turn shot and killed by the NYPD this all went down in crown heights Brooklyn last night chief of department Terence Monahan says ten police officers shot and killed a thirty four year old man in crown heights just before nine thirty last night when he ignored multiple commands to drop his gun Monaghan says he just shot another man and was hiding behind a tree near a playground of Bergen street in Rochester Avenue that shooting victim was rushed to the hospital and is in stable condition I'm certainly counselor for seventy seven W. A. B. C.
Operating in the Time of Coronavirus
"Dock style reps podcasts. We're here today with Dr Ken Hood a fantastic and reputable spine surgeon from Phoenix Arizona. Dr Hood it's great to have you on the show now. The novel Coronavirus Cova Nineteen has caused a sharp decline in elective spine surgeries as an esteem. Spine Surgeon Operating Multiple Times. A week during the middle of this global pandemic. We thought you would be uniquely qualified to talk about how the novel coronavirus has impacted your practice. But before we get started we'd like to learn a little bit more about your professional background. Hey thank you so much for having me on the PODCAST The first time that I'm doing this and I think what's exciting venue Be More than happy to answer some questions today. in regards to my background. I'm Orthopedic Spine surgeon up in private practice now for five and a half years Prior to becoming a spine surgeon night training in Orthopedic Surgery Residents in Riverside California there was during my residency program that I became interested in spine surgery itself as a sub specialty so after orthopedic residency which is five years then went on to do a complex in minimally invasive spine surgery fellowship at the University of California San Diego and that was a urine length and then thereafter A signed for my first job at the University of Arizona in Tucson. I was there for several years and then subsequently have moved to Phoenix Arizona where continued to practice today fantastic. Let's go back a little bit further though. When did you decide? That medicine was the career for you. What was what was the motivation for that. So my my interest in medicine actually dates back to well before attending medical school It was during my undergraduate years The University of Rochester where I was actually an economics major and during one summer break I had the opportunity to shadow a orthopedic surgeon I wasn't specifically interested in orthopedics at that time that I just on the back of my mind. Medicine was a potential possibility so It was able to shadow orthopedic surgeon during the summer months and see his day today and and see the the types of things that he was able to do in that really sparked my interest. My Mama's retired nurse. And so you know the medical field is always been a part of my life to in in that regard but UH specifically That that that summertime shadowing of the orthopedic surgeon so it really sparked my interest interesting that that's a that's a different sort of spark that I've heard from from other medical professionals. Now I understand that you're second child. The daughter was just boring. Congratulations thank you. Yes yes Just two weeks ago. Healthy baby girl so Everybody's doing well how. How was that process a during the pandemic how how is the whole process of having a birth and going to the hospital for for that specifically or did you yes? says the very interesting obviously with covid nineteen and restrictions in place. Most hospitals The process at least from my standpoint was much different. We have another daughter is one and a half years old and comparing the two experiences was Pretty interesting so With our newborn I wasn't presents at any of the the the the prenatal visits So just here for my wife thinks going because they wanted to minimize People in and out of the allocation offices When the pandemic broke out Luckily by the time that she was ready to deliver they did allow one visitor after the birth so I was actually not physically present during the birth itself but afterwards was able to visit which was great but definitely a different experience than with our previous child. Were able to be present for the entire process. Now how is it balancing your personal life and operating at a trauma one centers? Is it difficult or have you found your way into it? Pretty easily It definitely has its challenges. I would say that over time. I've been able to develop a routine and schedule. That helps me navigate the day today even with that though taking level one spine trauma call does throw curveballs into your into your plan. Schedule on a daily basis The the balance is key Between personal and Work Life. If you focus solely on either components the other will suffer significantly And it's tough because sacrificing time with your family friends it's hard And at the same time you know if you ignore your practice or your patients Bad things happen as well So what I tend to do is try to stick to it daily routine Monday through Friday. I usually get up between four thirty to five o'clock in the morning trying to get some exercise in before heading into work the day to day various between clinic and operating room as well as call stuff but most days. I'm done by somewhere between five and six. Pm and then once I get home. It's one hundred percents Family time occasionally. I'll get called in the middle of the night and have to go into operation. Fortunately most things can till the following warning but it is a challenge And I feel like There's no perfect answer. Perfect scenario you just have to try to find as much balancing your life account
"rochester" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"To you this our only Rochester hills checking your dry first looking through the triple a jam cams no major problem to tell you about at this time you should be able to get there pretty easily if you're out and about just a few construction notes to remind you of construction has been postponed due to cold but some construction has been postponed due to cold at nineteen but just keep in mind they may pop pop up at any moment as restrictions continue to be lifted just a heads up and reminder the fourteen mile road ramp to I. seventy five northbound is closed the ramp is expected to remain closed until late April and also in Dearborn in thirty nine south of freeway northbound and southbound right there at Michigan Avenue only one lane is open each way to keep that in mind traveling to different areas shopping areas they're also vandyke north and southbound on at I six ninety six we'll have a lane closures each way until Monday afternoon looking through the triple a jam cams in the idol dial motor group twenty four hour traffic center now let's get your exclusive accu weather forecast with meteorologist Carl Erickson well no big warm ups anytime soon as we have a little bit of rain left over this morning especially south of the city low forty three the temptress back up to fifty nine this afternoon still a lot of clouds left over in Clarendon turning chilly tonight back down to thirty seven sunshine will give way to increasing.
"rochester" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"Enjoy my conversation with Doug Phillips Duck. So glad we're able to do this. Thank you for having me cut you first. Get Interested in investing. Actually my grandfather's brother so great uncle was the manager of a Merrill Lynch an office in New Jersey so between my father grandfather and great uncle. I had some early experience in my dad and I used to watch Wall Street week together almost every week when I was younger. So I watch Louis rukaiser who is terrific and all of his guests. So you're kind of a modern day. Louis rukaiser away. How did that take you to Rochester? The short stories on the long path is I worked as an analyst for a few years and literally crossed Nassau Street in Princeton where I was born and went from analyst at a consulting group to Princeton to helping administer the endowment before print was started. This was eighty two through eighty six back. Then there's a lot of physical custody of assets in brokerage custody and that had to be coordinated so there's a small team of people that did that and I managed that team for five years. We did some things like adding electronic custody and bringing in spreadsheets to do what was previously done manually and I knew a few folks from Williams college who were managers at Princeton for the dominant when they were looking for somebody in nineteen eighty-six Williams tunnel a great place to work. So I took that position and rose to the treasurer spent fourteen years there and was recruited to cut Rochester. Twenty years ago and our president at the time coincidentally was a Williams alumnus. Tom Jackson and he was able to do a little extra diligence on me because of the status. So you've been in this space almost from before the beginning. Yeah it's back. When the Earth's crust was cooling. Somebody's dinosaurs were still roaming. The evolution of everything has been profound over the past thirty seven years that I've been involved. And if we just start with when you first arrive at Rochester over the last twenty years you understood the space. What did you see? And what evolved Rochester is? You know your brother went to school at the University of Rochester. It's a private research university and it relies on its endowment just like every other school in the country that's private and those publics have foundations to. They rely on their DADS but Rochester was particularly interesting University for me because I knew about it when I worked at Princeton the treasurer at the time Karl Schaefer was a graduate of Rochester. Class of nineteen fifty eight and when we benchmark? Princeton. We sort of look at Rochester's peculiar asset allocation it had one of the largest endowments in the country and five and there are some problems in the seventies and eighties with performance and misallocation of capital. Frankly and it never really recovered from that. So in two thousand one I was looking at it. It's still had not recovered. And one of the things I pointed out was that the growth of Endowments Educational Endowments in this country at private colleges and universities is not so much related to investment performance but it's related to compounding of new money and David Swanson. His pointed this out in one of his books. But it's as much as eighty percent of the growth in endowments since World War Two has come from this accumulation of new money. And of course if you manage it poorly you get poor results or you're in the headlines for some problems in the organization those monies will start to shrink or disappear so the challenge. Hera Chester was to get back that support from the alumni. And I talked about this in my interview. And the trustees were very interested in my perspective on that and they were trying to recruit somebody to come in and help manage this program and they couldn't find somebody so I actually ran the development program in addition to running the investment program for about five years. So what were those structural problems or the problems you saw in your Princeton in the asset allocation at Rochester that caused the investment performance issues. And we don't dwell about because what happened in the past is history you learn from it but no one. That's running the university. Today was there when those things happen early about the future not the past but the allocation problems were too much concentration venture capital adventure cycled out of favor in the seven. Well actually in the eighties. But that was a result of trying to recover from the nifty fifty high equity allocation concentrated in the nineteen seventies and that was an outlier allocation. One of the things that I talk about when I discuss our process and our allocation as we try to be right down the center of the Fairway and allocations and we try to add value through picking better managers. And when you look at our allocations. Ucla is very similar. To most of the bigger endowments in the country but it was the allocation decisions made in the seventies and eighties. So why don't we just dive into where you are today and you can weave the history of that engine start with? What are some of the philosophies about how you go about managing the endowment that you bring to bear from your experience the overriding philosophy here is to keep the stakeholders this shared governance models that universities and colleges follow you need to involve faculty and Deans Alumni Trustees the community even to be sure that they understand? What the endowment is doing? It's not just this large pool of capital that some government folks feel should be taxed. It is very important collection of many smaller funds that have been donated over hundreds of years. And that money's there forever so just being sure that people aren't pushing for allocations to a certain manager or certain strategy that somehow is GonNa push us away from the norm and what's best for the university and you'll have different views from different. People Trustees like to see that performance ranked against peers and the finance folks at the university would like to see budget stability as well growth and the deans. I think what see more money for faculty and scholarships so trying to call us all. Those different viewpoints is an important part of the job. Had US that coalesce in how you approach the investment problem at Rochester as opposed to. Maybe what you see it. Some other institutions appears that you're getting compared to performance register again has some unique characteristics that influence our performance. They're not the key factor in but we have one of the highest revenue sources from clinical care because of our possibles and also a research as a result of our very high growth in that area or assets are a little smaller as it relates to the revenue stream and that has impact on the liquidity. So we're actually managing a liquidity informed portfolio more so than most of our peers and formed means that we bucket liquidity and we look at the most liquid components and model our cash flows. And that sort of thing. So that's sort of an overall philosophy that we have follow at Rochester. The baby some others are more liquid than we are and they can. They can afford the partnerships. The other part of it is we change very slowly to an asset allocation and have a process. We follow his not tweaked quarterly or semi annually. It's once a year where we zip with our trustees on the investment committee. Talk about what we've learned from mistake view. And then bring that into a actionable plan for the following year we also have a quarterly of course reviews and we have semi annual asset category deep deep evaluation. We call those comprehensive evaluations that bring out manager issues or opportunities that we see and then we spend the next two years working on those. Because there's a long term investor if you're doing this every year or quarter or something. I think you're you're on a fool's errand so changing gradually taking a long-term perspective in the process and keeping stakeholders posted. When you talk about stakeholders how do you think about maintaining alignment across your team in the investment effort? And the people you're serving. It's an ongoing process. There's no perfect alignment. I do think that there has been no proof that I've ever seen that. The investment team so folks say well. The investment team should be aligned with performance so there should be performance compensation defer bonuses and carried interest in that sort of thing. I haven't seen that shown. So we aligned ourselves with universities mission in the investment office by saying were salary professionals just like our faculty and our physicians. We do benchmark that against other schools when their surveys and we also realized that working in. Rochester is a little less expensive than working in Manhattan or Boston or San Francisco. So there's a little bit of a discount for low cost of living in Rochester. So That's how we aligned the team. We also align ourselves on process by being generalists. We don't have silos of expertise where there's a hedge fund or Private Equity Group just small team of five investors including me. And you mentioned that when you first came in. It was hard for the university to recruit someone to Rochester. And you've had a team that's been with you for a long time. How gone about recruiting and maintaining your team there the investment team. We don't recruit we network if we find someone that is interested in a field. That has the right academic and work experiences and wants to learn and sort of evolve with us. We'll talk to them and perhaps bring them in and beat other people. That's only when we're growing and we're fully staffed now. One of the pushes I got from our board was to assure that there are enough people in the office that if something happened to me or the one or two other people that there's a redundancy so we've been able to find great people that have an interest in being in Rochester family reasons. They went to school their lifestyle. Rochester's good more. It were a family friendly office to really try to keep a work life balance great. Well let's dive into the investment process and start with as you worked through some of those basic philosophies is tragedy what does that asset allocation look like. Today we are about twenty four to twenty five percent in the ground invested that asset value in private equity including venture which puts us about in the middle of the larger endowments. We've another twenty four twenty. Five percent in what is a large category is affectionately known as headphones but it is a wide range of different strategies. If you buck those two components in hedge funds you'd find about half of it isn't long short. Typically measures with low correlation to each other and the other half is in return generators that are very very unclearly to our benchmark or anything else in the portfolio include air. Long Short Look. We have realized the program which is real estate oil and gas natural resources that is winding down. Its little less than ten percent today. Not much money going into that category. Frankly it's been disappointing area. Public equities is about a thirty three to thirty five percent. Roughly ten to eleven percent equity long and the rest is outside the US and more than half of the outside the US is emerging. How many managers do you have in each of those buckets and we can just start walking through those bucket? More measures on the alternative side so worn the Hedge Fund and private equity side and fewer on the public side. We think it's better to concentrate on fewer managers that have generating capabilities. What is more in fewer amount? Well total headcount on manager. The roster's curly in the low sixties. It's GONNA stay there. That's come down from close to one hundred and if you include wind downs and legacy side pocket things. There's probably about one hundred and ten relationships currently but fifty or so of those are finished. GonNa get into that manager selection process and before that do you derive that asset allocation starting with looking at peers. And saying as you said. We don't want to be two different or is it based on some risk framework. It's both the pure allocations for smaller backward-looking Timeframe. So you're you're never gonNa know what schools are doing going forward. We do try to understand schools by visiting in their offices and learning about them and we walk them. Those visits as well and our philosophy is released appears since we're not performance based. We want everyone to do well. And were smaller than some of the larger endowments. So we're not going to take a pass it. If they have a manager that they like we sometimes tag along. But generally we are bottom-up manager sourcing allocation group risk plays a part of it as I mentioned earlier. Liquidity plays a part of it. The annual planning exercise looks at allocation models and ranges of returns for asset categories going forward. He's a lot of mean reversion to what we think is fair value on categories then that is also conveyed back through our finance folks so they know sort of what we're thinking about what we're doing the planning on asset allocation do you have a certain like investment objective. We do through the modeling. Come up with a number that where there's a percentage likelihood over five year period that if conditions hold today that we think we are in that that includes Alpha generation above the benchmarks which includes benchmarking against other managers in the category as well as our public network that has historically been in the seven to eight percent nominal range which is not a bad return of we can keep that going forward and we typically have a lot less volatility than our benchmark as well and does that then allow you to dial up or down what the sort of expected returns. You'd communicate to the board based on market conditions. We have gone through that exercise a few times the most recent one was in the AFC. And I think all investment committees had a difficult time. They're struggling with the idea.
"rochester" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"With this in Rochester New York Laura how are you in honor honor to speak with you I see on my screen your debt free congradulations thank you I am so ready here cool so tell me about how much did you pay off well I peed off twenty thousand dollars in twelve months twenty eight or twenty twenty eight twenty eight and twelve months and your range of income during that year we started about fifty two thousand and with the promotion and some good bonuses I ended around fifty eight good for you what do you do for a living yeah I'm a software trainer I do stuff is really really boring and I absolutely love love it what kind of that was the twenty eight thousand it was all student loan the vast yes each are good for you and you knocked it out how long you've been out of school we too long too long I've actually been out of school about twelve years ouch I know okay so you're like right now you're in your early thirties them yes I am okay cool so what happened twelve months ago that made you say enough Sallie Mae you're leaving well I started listening to you and it just I know excuse the pun but it snowballed I started listening to your podcast and that led to your book the total money makeover that led to financial peace and here we are again pretty quick on the train I didn't want to wait I was just I was on it I saw the the end of the line and I wanted to spring and I did hello you've been this offer training I have been doing softer training five years and I was a substitute teacher so we were I mean your career set you up for this to do because you're used to saying look there's one way to do this it's the right way if you miss the syntax up it's just not going to work there's one way to do this do it the right way and so you didn't question anything you just went in and whatever I said do you did of their work that's right I spend my time going to and from work listening to you and thinking how can I do this faster how can you know how can I squeeze his budget even more because I really got competitive with that I'm not married you don't have any kids so I eat so what was the craziest thing you did to save money Dave I stopped cutting my hair getting my hair cut and stopped waxing my eyebrows I did it all myself you know I haven't done that the year either I believe that who knew you know for you all right it wasn't a value all right so one night now you've got it now you can go get some cosmetology back into your life right that's right there will be a five day in my future how about we learn that way to go I'm proud of you did you have people cheering you on our people down your crazy I had a lot of people cheering beyond they also thought I was a little crazy they just didn't show it after crazy lady yeah I could people work in the back of their eyes and I'm like you know what you're you're saying go go go but you know it's good for me yeah maybe not for them yeah okay now I really had to separate that there is it is good for them they're just not smart enough to know what yeah good for you well done well done so would you tell people the key to getting out of that if you pay off twenty eight thousand Bucks in twelve months Megan fifty two or how much the key what's the secret to getting out of that pretty good ratio right I have to say it is that's an excellent the most it's an old vanilla answer you can get but it's true once you put in I use every dollar every single day when it doesn't matter what you use every dollar is amazing but once you see the numbers and black and white there's no room to argue either want to pay it off or you don't you're either going to sacrifice here not if you have to pick laughter right now really choose this day whom you will serve yeah well done very very very well done what was the hardest part of this for the last of you for the last twelve months what's the hardest part I have to say it wasn't a sacrifice believe it or not it was really not having a style well I have accountability partners it wasn't the same as having someone that you come home to you know it is known to talk about your struggles all man I really wanted to go out to lunch today I had a few people in the office who asked me and I had to say no you know there there was no one there I was truly only accountable to myself the county building partners are wonderful bye if I was going to do it I had to rely on myself you know you're a lot of single people call in and that that was the hardest part for me yeah I waited for those that pre screen now I want to hear the families get out of that fight you know when you know I heard people with my ratio is my age my scenario and it just gave me all the whole Hey girl that's exactly right well done well done well done very proud of you we've got or your your absolute hero we got a copy of Chris Hogan's retire inspired book for you and that's the next chapter in your story to become not only debt free but now a millionaire and of course outrageously generous as you go along congradulations thank you that's the plan I mean I've been listening to you every single day for the last two years so when we're honored to have you in the audience and proud of you very proud of you Laura in Rochester New York twenty eight thousand dollars paid off in twelve months all fifty two thousand to fifty eight thousand dollar income you can do it counted down let's hear a debt free screen and it will be a countdown three two one I well well done and that's all from this Cindy is in Tucson hi Cindy how are you good are.
"rochester" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Local in Rochester and Detroit news radio nine fifty it is time three twenty one college football taking over center stage here in the state of Michigan tomorrow thanks to two games that could shape the future for three local teens the most talked about of the two games will take place in Ann Arbor as the Michigan Wolverines badly struggling Michigan state team that's lost its last four in a row and are in danger of missing out on bowl eligibility this season with the Spartan season on the brink Michigan pregame host John Jensen believes that Saturday's contest will be a tough physical one between the two in state rival if there's anybody that's ever been you know Hey you get that after school fight in the in the the the play yard at school that's exactly what this is it is a drop down drag out the old local Boston sort of game Michigan state is that the better of this rivalry of late winning eight of the last eleven they played against Michigan we'll have that game right here on W. W. J. our coverage begins tomorrow morning at nine tomorrow's other important game will take place in Allendale Michigan as Wayne state takes on grand valley state a win by the warriors tomorrow would be the eighth of the year and we keep playing stayed in the mix for possible playoff berth in division two which is quite an accomplishment for head coach Paul waters in the warriors when you consider they lost their first two games of the season giving up ninety seven points in the process we never after that started it was going to go as well as long as it has and I don't even know if the playoffs isn't as an opportunity that will have but just to be in this position where we can have sole possession of second place in the league you know some pretty good feeling running back Dion take Nicholas says tomorrow's game against the Lakers is a critical one not just for this year's team but also for the entire warriors program game is big for just a program and all the other guys that have been so so great this past season the sophomores and juniors and freshmen like I think winning this game would help them know that they are confident in their ability for next season will be it argues that which I think we took a little bump in the road beginning so I think winning this game would help them going all season into next season so there's a big this for Wednesday program overall that game between when stating grand valley state will kick off tomorrow afternoon at one Tony Ortiz W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty beverage companies and environmental groups are working together now for the every bottle back project to reuse plastic bottles Joshua back of the American beverage association says they'll be working with environmental groups to reduce the industry's use of new plastics closed loop partner is going to be working with us to find you know areas in regions and cities to make investments and aging recycling infrastructure so we could get more of those bottles back and a group like the world wildlife fund is going to be helping this measure our progress to actually show results of the efforts that we're doing he says the project will reinforce the value of recycling every plastic bottle to avoid waste in like some landfills double dip Jamie's time three twenty four an update of your money Bloomberg business desk in sixty celebrate amazing.
"rochester" Discussed on Iroquois History and Legends
"Well when we talk about Rochester today We see we've discovered four huge disparities that they're pretty well known. At least three of them are talked about white often in our inner city. Well let's go outside the inner city and our suburbs surrounding the area. We have some the greatest high schools in the nation. Some they're in the top ten of the United States and some of our colleges that are you know our T. is now coming up to the level they're saying like like an mit things are happening here. But then you go to our inner city and we are always as long as I've lived here since the nineties. Yeah our inner city schools at the bottom of the United States. I it's just hard to grasp you know so. That's one of them. The other is a similar one. We talk about the wealth in Rochester. Rochester has billionaires. It's a little. It's a little city by you know you look at the US but we've got billionaires you know in our city and there's a lot of wealth in our surrounding areas and yet child poverty in our inner city again hits number one at times in the US. Another thing you know. This was a city of such unity and brotherly love. And you know after that big revival you know there was the jails shutdown crying was almost non existent for like forty years after that revival you know so there was such an amazing thing. I mean this is when we look now. Though again in the heart of our city our murder rate per capita is off the charts. Again one of the highest in the US usually top fifteen or something like that and then this last one we discovered. I mean this is great city. You know you don't like we mentioned already with Frederick Douglass and other abolitionists came through the underground railroad run through here and yet just recently human trafficking. This city has become number one New York state for human trafficking. And I do hear about it in the news. And you know it's usually just little three minute blurb right. I think the fact that we use the term human trafficking. Does it a disservice thumbs? As I tell. People Human Trafficking is slavery or sexual slavery. Yeah that's it's yeah. It's one or two things like sanitized word or something like that doesn't sound as bad. You're controlling people's lives and using their bodies either for migrant work or for sex work. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's it's the worst depression you know there could be and you know why. Why is this happening? So my heart. You know my prayer is that well first of all I mean one film is not GonNa just fix everything but if we can if we can enlighten people if we can educate if we can look at the big picture of all these amazing things that happened here You know the subtitle of my film is a journey back to restore it. Identity If we can gain the highlights the great moments of our history. 'cause we got good and bad. I mean I didn't mention this yet. But you know Nathaniel. Rochester was a slave guy slave trader. You know it's like he's got the name identity of our city but yet we know in our history. We kind of flip that on its head so But here we are again. You know with that that part of our identity you know so there's always a good and bad that's happening There's no people group. That's the perfect people in the other guys. Are that bad people you know. We are even as US as individuals. We have inner struggle. We have our good days and our bad days. So my prayer is that you know through first of all through the enlightenment and people learning who we are as one people right unified together despite our differences that oneness that that we can have that unity that we should have. That's my prayers that we would see that and because of that oneness it would break down. I mean racism exists in our city. I hate to say it. You know All those bad heart attitudes that that we can have at times they show up but if we could let love and through prayer and coming together seeking these kind of solutions the godly solutions. That are going to heal this land. And I'll just as a pastor. Let me preach one half second. I just there's this scripture I'll say it's a great Hebrew word from long ago that said if my people will humble themselves you know so it takes humility and pray and seek the face of Creator that he would come and forgive our sins and heal our land. And that's what I WANNA see. I WANNA see the sins of our past forgiven And I want to see a healing in our I mean how does that look. I think it looks number one in our love for each other relationship with one another. If we had that kind of heart there wouldn't be the political fighting. There wouldn't be all the you know the things we do to to push our agenda head or whatever rather we would be seeking. What's best for our brother? What's best for our neighbor? That's my heart so now the really important stuff When okay well you your. Podcasts will be one of the first to hear this. Because we haven't we haven't put it out there yet will make the announcement and probably a few weeks. But we're in the editing phase right now and we've made a decision we were aiming for February second To release this. But we've we need a little more time. We could hit the date and and it wouldn't be the quality that we're looking for so we are looking to have a premier On April third Friday April Third Hochstein School of Music Hochstein yeah it's right in the core of original Rochester Open door mission and yet here field exactly exactly Susan. B Anthony's funeral is in there. You know This is the first place it was the post home. They were more shakers at the time. It's the first place Frederick. Douglass came to visit. He stated the post at a rate on that geological place. So we're GONNA do the premiere on April third More to come on that after that we are Hoping that many as as will churches and organizations that want to screen the play we will not the play screen the film. Maybe we should make it into a musical actually I mean that's Rochester. We could pull that off. I'm sure but anyways people at Jeeva yeah exactly so we want to screen and has many locations places that want to host it beyond that we will probably have a print on demand. Dvd for all the bonus material stuff. People that actually want to own it and beyond that our ultimate hopes is to get this on a Netflix. Hulu Nice or if if any of our listeners are upset w XXI or you go. Yeah I and you want to look at this please. You own a movie theater yeah right. That's very cool so about how how soon after you release. We think we have an online place that people could order the film. Oh Yeah Oh yeah. We're we're working on that right now but as close released as possible. We'll probably make both available yeah Garrett thanks so's Oh can I just add you can go to our website? I am Rochester Dot Com. You can watch our promo on there and and see other things on there. I'll be sure to include all this in. Yeah oh no loss for everybody on Garret. This has been awesome. It's pink you didn't feel like an interview. Felt like we sat down exactly exactly very good. Well I I wish you the best in this film and I really hope that it ignites a passion of history for everybody that watches it and the people will will come away with a new sense of identity and change the community. You know the better. So anything under everything that you do and Appreciate Yuck.
"rochester" Discussed on Iroquois History and Legends
"We talked about this on the show when it was seventy years later anonymously. Yes that's right so all these things you know as our minds we just being open to these things we just blowing us away as these things unfolded for us. So it's been a ride very cool. What we we've already talked about it. I guess briefly but maybe you can connect the threads. How else do you think that the Iroquois influenced Rochester from colonial times uneven until this day because I mean there are not a large number of Seneca people? Living in Rochester had to relocate summer in Oklahoma something six nations in Canada. And then you know the rest live down in Salamanca or out towards Journal. Yeah sure but how? How do you think that they still today? Ryan fluence right. Well there First of all the way that they came together under the Great Law of peace was was such a model of these at the time five warring nations you know just just a a an era of such devastation and bloodshed vengeance and killing and I imagine a whole society of Ptsd people and for the great peacemaker to come and unite all that without bloodshed with words with ideas. You know And then the the great. I've read the Great Law of peace. I think what is it? One hundred and eight laws that are in there and I how he he basically was laying out. The rules of this is how community should work. This is how family should work. Howard protect one another Howard to honor even between the sexes male and female. You know giving the power to the clan. Mothers to choose who their chiefs will be. That holds. The Mail chief then accountable. Impeachment can happen if you go off the tracks you know and so all those things are first of all. They're huge influence early on to Benjamin Franklin as he is looking to put together the Albany Act. Which is he's trying to unite these thirteen colonies. Everybody thinks oh thirteen colonies. They're all good friends and working together. It wasn't like that you know everybody was independent independent spirit. You know goes way back you know. And he's just trying to get them to come together. I found a little sketching of of him. Speaking with some of the the voice agent you know about. How did you guys do this? How does it work? And then even later to a greater degree you know we just recently learned in the second continental Congress believe Hancock is the president of the Congress and they are actually the again the the are invited in. I mean this is like in June right before independence. This is the eve of American independence in speak. Yes and they didn't give Hancock unnamed. Yes yeah we read all this man it was just like wow they call the great tree or something like that? It was what it translates to but I mean so you could really see. The foundation of the United States is greatly influenced specifically by this region by the people of this region. You know I just I just think that's amazing. What I also like in the great law is it talks about reconciliation. And you know not to get off on a political tangent. Rochester is a community. That needs a lot of reconciliation. There's a lot of different political ideologies religious ideologies and ethnic ideologies. And a lot of people get very cloistered in your own thing. And you don't see that brother to brother sister to reconciliation. That's right yes something i. I saw the great law of peace. Was I wondered how it would deal with religion because I figured fag nations? I'm sure there's a whole bunch of different belief systems happening but you can correct me if I'm wrong but I remember coming across one of the laws that basically said the whole religious thing. We're not GonNa let that be what what forces the unity or divides. Us You know. Just it was kind of like leave that alone you keep your beliefs where you are and almost like the first amendment that says everybody has their choice on what they want to believe and how they went out that life yeah. I don't think the great law was about controlling people. No I in fact. It's like you said it's about community. Relations and bringing schone culture is very independent. I mean you leaders and things but at the end of the day. It's all about the community coming together in consensus. Yeah and going along with something. It's very powerful and it is so cool to see like you said that that this DNA is on our region. We we've inherited that's right. Yeah it's it's it's a good heritage to have plenty of other absolutely as we look back on our heritage that we're not proud of for for me as a pastor you know and we're talking even before this interview you know. We all have bias. You know I think another way to say that as we all come with a set of beliefs when we come to the table but if we have that heart of respect and honor for one another and truly I think one thing the great law of peace was about was. You could just use the word. Unity unifying what does it take to unify? I think if we would carry that kind of heart and if we would carry I think the Great Love Peace speaks to love your neighbor and so from my Christian point of view. These are the words of Christ to love your neighbor while who's your neighbor. Well when he thought the story it was. Your enemy is your favorite. How would the Good Samaritan story you know the ones that everybody was racist against each other you know? The two sides hated each other in some way. He's like no. That's that's we love. You know if you just love your your close family and your best friends or whatever you know. That's not so great but when you can love your enemy that's that has huge impact and I'm not saying we were all enemies in this region. No I think I think my vision is to see a greater love and respect for one another and a lifting up in an elevating the identities of this place. You know of if there's somebody who are they being elevated are they being cared for or they or they being marginalized and left behind. That sounds like a good segue because Six nations focused show here boon just to to show how this spread the Senecas. How you start the documentary But can you hit some high points of awesome people? Sure from this region or moved to this to this region become a life circumstances and how they contributed to the kind well. I'll head on one thing. I on on first topic and then move into that one thing that we learned So I grew up in a little town called Sanborn New York. It's in Niagara County literally a bike ride to two or two and a half miles from the Tusk Aurora reservation and our family has some history with Tuscaroras. My grandfather back in the day. He had a propane business and he was one of the only to provide propane to the reservation and through through that he built a relationship with chief of the time Chief loud voice Chief Rickard Clinton Rickard. He asked a big statue of him right by the Foster. Yeah and believe he. He founded the Indian Defence Lions League I can't remember okay. Bye Okay he was very into a native American advocacy in the sixties and seven right right and so my my grandfather. Him were friends that he had actually gifted him. Some like a hatchet and some sort of route cudgel these kind of weapons. Yeah War Club of some type. Yeah so I learned that I only learned that the last number of years when I learned. That bet did something for me of you. Know that connection to the people of this land you know and and the Tuscaroras story that we discovered was they were there in Iroquois in people but they were down in. I believe North Carolina. And they're they're women and children were being kidnapped and sold into slavery you know by the Communists and then so they went to war. You know what else would you do to protect your your own family and that led like insult injury at one point. Four hundred of the Tuscaroras warriors were taken and sold into slavery. Georgia you know. It was just a horrible time and so they ended up fleeing from the area and they're coming up Pennsylvania New York area looking for refuge looking for a home and You know the five nations at that point I think seventeen twenty two five nations take them in and it marks this region from an early time as a place of abolition as a place of freedom as a place of refuge. You know that are going to be a huge part of the identity moving moving forward in history so then that leads us to guys like Frederick Douglas. I believe I would say Frederick. Douglass is the greatest abolitionist of American history. Probably the most well known at least you know. He's the most photographed in the nineteenth century. He I mean He. He's more photographed than President Lincoln. He made so purpose because he wanted to get his a social media campaign. Where every picture so that? When people saw him they would raise story about him to spread his yeah advocacy and so in this in this film making. We actually interviewed the great great great grandson. Frederick Douglass Ken Morris Junior and He told us you know. His grandfather never smiled in a picture because he wanted to show the dignity he wanted to say. He didn't want people to because people already talked bad about him when he came out with I auto biography. They there's like there's no way a slave could have written such thing. Nobody wanted to believe it until you heard him speak and then it's like Whoa. So in every photograph he took. He carried that dignity in the seriousness of his face to show. You know this is. This is someone that deserves respect and someone you know and and so I think that's just one of the amazing things of again the effects I could point back to how the Tuscaroras were taken in as part of that identity. That would show up. And if you guys haven't I mean some of you probably have at least heard the name Frederick Douglass but the stuff he did is just absolutely remarkable escaping from slavery and then starting a newspaper in Rochester Starting newspaper on your own sounds ending when you're a a self educated this former enslaved person s and now you're putting out tons of literature Advocating for the initiative slavery and speaking and he really is the Northstar. Yeah Yeah I it really is amazing and so I think Frederick Douglass is such a great character for Rochester because he personifies this region you know he's of course he's African descent But it's everybody pretty much agrees that he's a white descent that Slave had raped his mother But he's also of native American descent. You know so..
"rochester" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"And one for cap Rochester. so in response to your first question the investigations that are under way and I I emphasize investigations because there are multiple agencies investigating multiple aspects of what happened during this tragedy we are looking to determine what happened and criminal element to that is always a possibility and is always something that we would want to make sure that we have evidence for and that we investigate but we at this point no one has been charged criminally and we are proceeding alongside our partners and the people who have been brought in have been brought in for a reason because of their specific expertise and in specific areas the NTSB with transportation related disasters the a TF because this was was fire the a TF national team is probably the world's foremost in terms of investigating fires we want to make sure that we investigate every aspect of this so it has not turned into a criminal investigation at this point it is an investigation is looking and all related and associated elements to the terrible tragedy and then all at captain Rochester ask answer the question on some. I'm sorry can you repeat your question. Alan ever. right now. okay so the question.
"rochester" Discussed on WSB-AM
"This is the best be me Rochester college looking at the weekend rate chances by my forecast anytime on the WB radio at I don't think we really got to the the nugget of that story yeah so Democrat a Democrat crime yeah going on a see and below sea are aren't seen not online yes really it really pelo Seaver scene tire progressive wing right there there's issues going on and and I remember John banner exactly what's happening yeah they're basically saying she's not a real Democrat because she's not progressive enough correct she however knows how to win elections but apple OC is saying you live in this Twitter world and that's right that's not how how the real world works the hands correct and it's causing issues it was you say all these people have the public whatever and their Twitter world this policy but they didn't have any following there for people and that's how many votes they got and that's absolutely correct the power that a see and the rest the liberal caucus has is that they got CNN and MSNBC in their back pocket they have no real power unless they can inspire in the next round that forty new people who agree with them end up in there it's a numbers game and in politics and in the house especially and they don't have the power and she understands that so she says that the AOC I had a dollar for dials once this year and have more time to do my actual job really where's the legislation with your name on it I haven't seen anything it's like we're working on at and she's so at the heart but she says is the things that what we did you all people need to gather way because we need to work fast now because we are dealing with existential threats like climate change and I'm notices how much time do I have a minute to speak here before here okay so I don't know how myself I don't think I have a contrary in nature on purpose I just I I do see things in a contrary way and I'm trying to figure out why our night I'm not on the same page with anybody on the right or the left who thinks that we live in just all my god we got a win this time or else the whole thing goes up in smoke here's a aside moment here okay some reading you try to read anything down politics is infused with it this is the decade's most important novel is your summer must read well I thought what is this but just in the opening of this don't start the music under me in twenty nineteen escapist beach reading ain't what it used to be sure you could bring a tangled who done it or a twisty YA romance paperback on your summer vacation but with the world on fire millions of species winking out of existence and climate change barreling towards us like the unwanted approach of September those kinds of reeds may start to feel a little bit like literary privilege it's legit to chill out on the sand but to bury your head in it not so much and in there I've identified exactly where.
"rochester" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"A Bill is next up in Rochester. Afternoon Paul, how are you today? Okay, Bill, good afternoon. I love your show by got a little bone to pick with you. Let's go Monday Monday afternoon. You said Daryl will start and act like now Bama fan. I don't know how you could say that. Well, I was I was choking the Daryl. In, I'm all in on Georgia being gray, but there is a difference between we're Georgia is and we're Alabama is right now. Absolutely. And I know you're only kidding. The other question I have, he actually got to sure one of them was, was Mark able to go to Titletown last Saturday. So the show. I don't think he Mark. Mark. Didn't go to a game last weekend digital? No, no, no. I didn't make it to Rochester. No, no, no, not righteous to. Did you go to Tuscaloosa last Saturday? No, he did not go. 'cause he would have been able to breathe in the air of what a championship campus smells like. Marksman fake Rochester, Aaron, more Markelle. When did you go to school is a couple of years ago Mark to a game Eban Tuscaloosa couple times. But the atmosphere is better than south van. I just don't believe you're starting. I am for broadcaster. I don't believe you Southport. I don't believe you. Four or five zero still don't believe you. Anybody can on Google. I asked us to you Bill in the Mark. Why would anyone make up the fact that from Rochester who brags that they're fine. Gestured. Nobody walks in a hotel guy Chester. Well, nobody from Rochester's in Alabama fan. You might say, well, booth. No, nobody. I'm not wrong. Is anybody from Rochester Notre Dame fan? Yes. Why? Yes. Okay. You, why would you be an Alabama fan from Rochester because I follow them Brian, what they're from Texas a. and m. I always bear, you're You're not not from Magister. Rochester. Jio really Mark doesn't understand this because he's an era that Notre Dame fan. Alabama's. Fans all over the world right now. So we one other twin because they hop on the bandwagon there. But that's what happened. That's fine. But that's one. The next time you talked to mouth. Tell them how to chew gum properly. He looks like a cow eating grass..
"rochester" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Is sponsored of rochester by bmw hills of michigan rochester lawmakers hills are on the campaign michigan trail lawmakers these days are on and as the campaign we learned from wwe trail w these j days lansing and as garrett we learned tim from wwe scuba one of j their major lansing assignments chief tim scuba is one of knocking their major on doors assignments is that state lawmakers knocking are on out of doors this town what are they state doing lawmakers back in are out their of this town town in what many are they cases doing back politicians in their town running in for many office cases have a goal politicians of running knocking for office on have thousands a goal of doors of knocking on representative thousands clint of kiss doors doe is one of those representative clint which kiss your gold doe was doorways one of those how many do you want what's to your goal door do wise about ten how thousand many do you want a to week get we do a about week ten thousand a week a week a week a team week yes you might these not legs yes may be short but they move fast these legs may be short but that's they a move lot fast of doors man that is a lot of that's doors a lot but we of want doors to make sure man we're talking that is to a everybody lot of doors but we ten want to thousand make sure dollars we're talking a week to everybody and getting ten paid thousand by state doors tax week payers to and run getting for reelection paid by state at the same tax time payers to run for reelection reporting from lansing at the same chimps time www reporting newsradio from lansing nine chips fifty ww new motions j newsradio being heard this nine morning fifty on behalf new of motions charles being heard louis this morning c on behalf fiftynineyearold of charles detroit louis man in c prison fifty as nine a teenager year old detroit man now in prison fighting as for a teenager his freedom now fighting lewis for co was his convicted freedom for the murder lewis of an co offduty was convicted police officer for the in murder nineteen of an offduty seventy police six officer in nineteen in which he seventy says he six was framed because in the which court he says records he was turned framed up missing because a judge the court ordered records the recreation turned up missing of those a judge files ordered the recreation lewis's attorneys of those are files now challenging the lewis's actions attorneys saying are now the challenging judge is not the obeying actions higher court saying rulings the judge is not obeying that would higher have dismissed court rulings the case say that you would want have to retire dismissed the case somewhere in you michigan want to retire but somewhere you wanna get the most in michigan bang for but your buck you want to where's get the the most best bang place to for retire your buck in where's michigan the best place here's to murray retire thelton in the michigan financial website here's go i murray backing felt rates then took the financial a look at retirees website go living banking on a fixed rates income took a look at retirees they pick cities living on in a fixed every income state where retirees they pick cities money would in go every the farthest state where best retirees place for retirees money would go on the a fixed farthest income best to live place in michigan for retirees on is a fixed midland income to live speaking in michigan of money is midland the dow speaking futures right of money now are down the.
"rochester" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Of michigan rochester lawmakers hills are on the campaign michigan trail lawmakers these days are on and as the campaign we learned from wwe trail w these j days lansing and as garrett we learned tim from wwe scuba one of j their major lansing assignments chief tim scuba is one of knocking their major on doors assignments is that state lawmakers knocking are on out of doors this town what are they state doing lawmakers back in are out their of this town town in what many are they cases doing back politicians in their town running in for many office cases have a goal politicians of running knocking for office on have thousands a goal of doors of knocking on representative thousands clint of kiss doors doe is one of those representative clint which kiss your gold doe was doorways one of those how many do you want what's to your goal door do wise about ten how thousand many do you want a to week get we do a about week ten thousand a week a week a week a team week yes you might these not legs yes may be short but they move fast these legs may be short but that's they a move lot fast of doors man that is a lot of that's doors a lot but we of want doors to make sure man we're talking that is to a everybody lot of doors but we ten want to thousand make sure dollars we're talking a week to everybody and getting ten paid thousand by state doors tax week payers to and run getting for reelection paid by state at the same tax time payers to run for reelection reporting from lansing at the same chimps time www reporting newsradio from lansing nine chips fifty ww new motions j newsradio being heard this nine morning fifty on behalf new of motions charles being heard louis this morning c on behalf fiftynineyearold of charles detroit louis man in c prison fifty as nine a teenager year old detroit man now in prison fighting as for a teenager his freedom now fighting lewis for co was his convicted freedom for the murder lewis of an co offduty was convicted police officer for the in murder nineteen of an offduty seventy police six officer in nineteen in which he seventy says he six was framed because in the which court he says records he was turned framed up missing because a judge the court ordered records the recreation turned up missing of those a judge files ordered the recreation lewis's attorneys of those are files now challenging the lewis's actions attorneys saying are now the challenging judge is not the obeying actions higher court saying rulings the judge is not obeying that would higher have dismissed court rulings the case say that you would want have to retire dismissed the case somewhere in you michigan want to retire but somewhere you wanna get the most in michigan bang for but your buck you want to where's get the the most best bang place to for retire your buck in where's michigan the best place here's to murray retire thelton in the michigan financial website here's go i murray backing felt rates then took the financial a look at retirees website go living banking on a fixed rates income took a look at retirees they pick cities living on in a fixed every income state where retirees they pick cities money would in go every the farthest state where best retirees place for retirees money would go on the a fixed farthest income best to live place in michigan for retirees on is a fixed midland income to live speaking in michigan of money is midland the dow speaking futures right of money now are down the.
"rochester" Discussed on WJR 760
"Seven it really is interesting when you look at those that are truly there is a parallel here those that are fiscally righteous that want to have a balanced budget and are very very aggressive about making sure that we have tax cuts and tax relief in this state they don't like the idea they're not they're not in the tank for business and for corporations they wanna make sure that the the the taxpayer gets the break i and it it's interesting that says seems to be unanimous down the line toughest on fiscal restraint are the ones that are saying now we don't want business to get away with handouts either is in rochester and has some thoughts on this sue welcome to the program yeah you know the new popular big business now is nonprofit now do you what kind of subsidies from the government both at the state and federal level because nonprofits i don't know if you realize have even less accountability in corporates corporations i'm aware of that and really just on the face of it is a nonprofit there were five a one c three at the federal level that means they don't pay taxes so they're already kidding e serious federal benefit one that the it's i can't remember now whether that got peered back under tax reform this last time around or not i know they were concerned about the deductability of it so you've that's already happening sue and there are also a now some new restraints on the amount of giving that can be deducted as well so i think they're already trying to appear that back a little bit would you agree how i'm profits chosen i mean what constitutes a nonprofit venture as far as if it a somebody just community organizing because who benefits from that left the republicans and democrats to unity organization or is it well you know though to to put that into the same basket because it is a different kind of corporate welfare whether it's nonprofit or not i think when you raise a good question is there a tangible community benefit that should be rewarded as a result of this or is it like we've seen with some of these folks.
"rochester" Discussed on WRVA
"All right welcome back to coast to coast am saturday night i m euros to be church our guests jet justin deschamps stillness in the storm you can go and visit stillness right there from the coast to coast website and clicking and go read some of the great work that he's got there were taking phone calls and i'm going to go to justin if you don't mind i'm going to do first time caller john in rochester indiana john where's rochester rochester near the notre dame campus it's near notre dame near south bend hour and a half away well hour and a half away that could be michigan what do you mean well really in the middle of nowhere you have to you know i'm from indiana so i'm gonna call you out on that all right john say hi to justin what's on your mind are they going fisher you guys coming on tonight i have a question about how you you were talking about the how you looking for not only just yourself but is getting other people to become better truth seekers now what what do you do if they are decided i didn't hear it was the beginning what do you do if people decide not to like want to do something like this and just be more pessimistic in the aspect of this kind of thing sure so somebody who's not open to the truth i guess if you already answered this in the beginning i apologize you know.
"rochester" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Is that no longer exists even ask that they stop the game after four innings and they said no believe me we exhausted all options in our part by the way him saying believe me means he said that to a lot of people you know that'd be able it's like believe me we tried everything believe me she was alive when she came over here i mean she was dead when before she got believe me out drinking with my friends yeah so what do you know what happened apparently it was a case unintentional duplicitous naming that's responsible for this remarkably onesided mismatch carvalo needed a pair of games to round out his team spring schedule and notice that notre dame cristo rey finished two thousand seventeen with a record of eleven eight and a berth in the m i a stay tournament there was just one problem that was a different notre dame krista array oh by the way is this rows we're finding out there's a new rochester in an old rochester rochester to notre dame christopher raise i believe in krista because i believe in me covault scheduled a much smaller school based in lawrence instead of the dr chasta base squad that reached the two thousand seventeen terms so basically like they couldn't have said okay wait a minute this is wrong you should just seen it from the getgo they have a team they lost to nothing it's just it's embarrassing do we know they actually had to the cobble something together from like is it like a performing arts school i just grabbed anyone who is in detention like you have to be here after school anyway someone came up to the plate with piccolo not even a bat abc man that's madness that's more like the way the cardinals playing did you see ex.
"rochester" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Make rochester great of course rochester's my hometown soto it's always nice to see that so this particular street and i'm glad you mentioned the fact that you know this this is the bigger picture because that's what i felt interesting about the story was that it's it's not just one st to up certainly i just when you speak of cleanup there's a lot of other ways you can look at that but on august twenty seven two thousand seventeen this year you're gonna be cleaned up a particular street tell us a little bit about that street it is not wonder technically on the map water three wickets otto congress three congress is on the map on why sri is a stretch of road net wrong brown congress sri up it otto a behind there's a long worth me street after the court how and rochester on and that is where they're they are la la anchors overgrown brash we trees a lot appointment in that on and a lot of people out of hiding in nairn heartache ground then i even have people reporting he's gone back air and it's not a angry at different i know who i know it it if we're coming from them the right broke and how they are going to give a crap about them that's a good way to put it out once again we're talking just klay on when we think about this to just so you know shining a light on this issue and of course we've talked about this an awful lot the opaque opioid epidemic what are you what are you hoping as you as you clean out this area aid there's also a component that i found interesting and i don't find the surprising after funny a little bit more value that it's just not about clean up this areas far as cleaning up rush you you really want to show some compassion and outreach to some of the people who may find their way to this location absolutely i mean that's how i got tired on my during at elegant people they gave a crap about me then i wouldn't be where i am right now and so on august 27th we're gonna make sure we posters have been up what are you looking for a what are you need what kind of help do you need for august 27th to help start cleaning up this.