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Fresh update on "rockland" discussed on Mark Levin
"Menses from former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, the ruling rejects the arguments of Trump's attorneys who had said the former president was entitled to have a so called special master conduct a neutral review of the thousands of documents taken from the property. An investigation continues to not into a school bus crash in rockland county, sending 7 students to the hospital school bus was on its way to a rockland county yeshiva when the bus driver crashed into two parked cars, then went down a hill and slammed into a house. We believe there was approximately 22 people on the bus. Police say a number of students were trapped and had to be extricated by first responders, one local lawmaker says it was a terrifying scene. It's a very disturbing, shocking scene. We were worried about the kids. We worry about everybody's safety. Police believe the bus driver was trying to negotiate a curve when he lost control of the bus. No one, lighten W ABC News. The Senate voting to avoid a national rail strike that house approving the measure yesterday which avoids a December 9th strike date, the bill now had some President Biden's desk for signature, a strike could have been a daily $1 billion loss with the U.S. economy. New York City's transit chief, Jason Wilcox will retire at the end of the year, crime in the subways has been spiraling out of control with mayor Adams latest plan to involuntary remove the mentally ill from the streets of the subways, major felony surging by more than 30%. Meantime, NYPD commissioner cash on sewell announcing three other retirements, chief of housing Kathleen O'Reilly, chief of special operations Harry whedon and Robert Martinez deputy commissioner of support services. Oil industry analysts say gas is as cheap as it was back in February just before the invasion by Russia of Ukraine set prices soaring the national average $3 47 cents a gallon. Meantime here in the tri state, the price is highest in New York at $3 74 cents in New Jersey, it's 360 six and in Connecticut $3, 59 cents per gallon. While you're looking for a new job, the official title is director of rodent mitigation and city hall, says the person they're looking for should be bloodthirsty and have a hatred for rats. The salary, well, it's pretty good, $120,000 a year, but it's hard to find any New Yorker who really wants the gig. I feel like it's something that definitely needs to be fixed. Time so I'm like walking around the city and I always see the rights everywhere. The city hall add for rat director is asking candidates have a bachelor's degree and a swashbuckling attitude with crafty humor and a general aura of badassery. No one late in W ABC News. TMZ reporting TJ Holmes and Amy rollback co anchors of GMA three will not be disciplined over their romantic relationship, network sources telling TMZ a me and TJ did nothing to warrant punishment. They are too consenting adults, both anchors were co hosting GMA three today. WBC news time is 8 O three. Sports and your full weather forecast up next. Clock radio is 77 WABC, Brian kilmeade. Entertaining and informative. COVID infections has a wave going through China, so they do their zero lockdown, but this time people are upset, ten people died and were burned to death when firefighters couldn't get to them. Residents in Shanghai began to protest. Now they're protesting in Beijing, now the protesting at college campuses across the country. This is a big deal. Brian kilmeade, weekdays ten to no after Bernie and sit in
Michael Lawler: Most Voters Don't Know Sean Maloney
"If he's spending all this time trying to elect other Democrats how is he spending enough time in his district You know it doesn't just happen on election day They have to spend years working on that Well that's been his problem He's been gallivanting across the globe He went to Paris Geneva and London only a few weeks ago to raise money for Nancy Pelosi in the DCC And he has really not spent too much time in this district And on top of that with redistricting having taken effect 75% of this district is new to him So most voters don't know him And I'm coming out of rockland county which is 42% of the district and born and raised there I've lived there my whole life my family has been there over a hundred years Nobody knows him over here And so this is not your normal situation where incumbent has a big advantage And I think as he finally woke up to the fact that he has a real race just two weeks ago he has now been siphoning off millions of dollars from other democratic congressional electeds and candidates across the country to try and save himself but it's frankly too little too late
COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Thought Crimes
"Team has been on the cutting edge. Of the mRNA gene altering technology, otherwise known as a vaccine. From the very beginning, our program was not anti vax, we weren't pro vax, but we certainly were skeptical about all the same actors and companies, deep state bureaucrats, members of the fourth branch of government, that were pushing a new technology with vaccine, not just pushing, but mandating it on the American people without any buddy allowed to ask questions. No one was allowed to have disagreement opposition, look at the data and it was always very troubling for us on the program from the very beginning. And from November of 2020, I was actually November December 2020. I was at Greg farrington's church in California. I think it's rockland, California. It's destiny church. Greg farrington is a great guy. And he asked me about the vaccine. Now, mind you, I hadn't done a lot of research about the vaccine. I had never really been into the vaccine as a topic, if you will. There were a lot of great people that were doing work in that world, doctor tenpenny, and Bobby Kennedy junior, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., I should say, and a lot of other people, I had never really gotten into it. It wasn't a place of area passion of mine or something I had a lot of expertise in. And I remember answering the question on stage out of pure instinct built on distrust and cynicism of what happened in the year 2020. Now, what I said on that stage, I'm paraphrasing here and drawing from memory is basically, I don't think I trust this vaccine because the very same companies the very same people that have lied to us throughout the entire calendar year 2020 are now trying to push this gene altering MN RN mRNA technology on us. And
Poliovirus detected in more wastewater near New York City
"Poliovirus has been detected in more wastewater near New York City I Norman hall New York governor Kathy hochul says the state is stepping up its polio fighting efforts because the life threatening virus was detected in the wastewater of yet another county in the New York City area Health officials began checking for signs of the virus and sewage water and of the first case of polio in the United States in nearly a decade was identified in July in rockland county which is north of the city The latest detection involved a wastewater sample collected last month in Nassau county on Long Island directly east of the city State health officials say the sample is genetically linked to the polio case from rockland and provides further evidence of expanding community spread I Norman hall
"rockland" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"There's something about our species that just allows us to forget about the importance of these things. That can lead to a slow erosion in vaccine compliance. Something that the numbers bear out in the U.S., nationwide, 92.6% of children are fully vaccinated against polio by age two, according to the CDC. Broadly speaking, that's an encouraging figure, but vaccination rates vary state to state and even county to county. In Oklahoma, for example, polio vaccination rates are just 79.5% and in South Carolina, the figure is 80.3%. In the rockland county zip code where the case of polio turned up in June, the vaccination rate stands at an alarmingly low 37.3%. The COVID-19 pandemic has also played a role in the return of the disease. During the COVID era, families didn't see their doctors or pediatricians as frequently as they normally would, says doctor William schaffner, Professor of infectious diseases at Vanderbilt university school of medicine in Nashville, Tennessee. That has resulted in children falling behind in their routine vaccination schedules. According to Maldonado, the falloff has been minimal, with just a 1% decline in polio vaccination rates among children since the pandemic began. But when it comes to infectious diseases, even a single percent can matter a lot. It translates to tens of thousands of kids who aren't completely vaccinated, Maldonado says. And those children are at risk for diseases that really shouldn't exist in well resourced countries. The vaccine paradox, the irony of polios comeback is that the very vaccination campaign the CDC estimates has prevented 16 million cases of paralysis and 1.5 million deaths since 1988 is also partly responsible for the new resurgence. There are two kinds of polio vaccines. The first, known as the inactivated polio vaccine, IPV, administered by injection, uses a killed virus to familiarize the body with the disease and primate to recognize and attack a live virus if it ever encounters it. The other known as the oral polio vaccine, OPV, administered by mouth, uses an attenuated or weakened virus that can do the same job of priming the immune system without actually causing the disease.
"rockland" Discussed on KOMO
"To an airline deliveries could resume in a few days. Alex stone, EBC news. Al CDC team is in rockland county, New York, investigating America's first polio case in nearly a decade. An unvaccinated rockland county man tested positive for polio last month, state health commissioner, doctor Mary Bassett says, she is concerned that hundreds of New Yorkers could be infected with the potentially paralytic virus, the CDC is investigating and will also help with polio shots. Psychedelic mushroom supporters are hoping a stronger decriminalization bill makes Colorado's November ballot. We believe that no one should go to jail for the use and possession of these substances. Melanie rose roger says initiative 61 would offer protection instead the mushroom measure currently on the ballot initiative 58 allows magic mushrooms to be sold at state regulated healing centers, but there's no protection against being jailed, health updates Sara Lee Kessler and BC news radio. The price tag is in on what it will cost to rename fort Bragg in North Carolina. Mitch Evans has the number. Changing from fort Bragg to fort liberty will amount to nearly $6.4 million. That's according to a congressional report from the naming commission, one of 9 army bases that is undergoing a name change fort Bragg is named after confederate army general Braxton Bragg, who lost most of the battles he was involved in during the Civil War. And for some historians, was one of the reasons why the confederacy lost, Aang Mitch Evans. Northwest news radio traffic from the dubin law group traffic center. Traveling from woodville to Monroe on east highway 5 22
Polio fears rise in New York amid possible community spread
"New York State health officials are upping their call for residents to get vaccinated against polio citing evidence of community spread They're describing it as the tip of the iceberg in a statement New York health commissioner doctor Mary Bassett warns residents that for every one case of paralytic polio observed there may be hundreds of other people infected The polio virus has now been found in wastewater samples in both rockland and orange counties both known as centers of vaccine resistance fast it is urging the community to get it to keep from suffering the fate of an unvaccinated young adult who developed paralysis The first person known to be infected with polio in the U.S. in nearly a decade Doctor Jennifer nuzzo is an epidemiologist with Brown university This is not the first vaccine preventable illness we've actually seen in rockland county and just before the pandemic there was a very large measles outbreak in brocklin county Also due to low vaccine coverage Infected people could have no symptoms but still transmit the polio virus which can cause paralysis and even death I'm Jennifer King
"rockland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Gain ground on the fire, Keith weighed with the Sacramento fire department, says the oak fire is now about 25% contained. They've been able to still get some good containment lines dug in and bring this fight to the fire. And I think you're going to see over the next few days of those percentages increase. That fire has destroyed more than 40 homes and forced about 6000 area residents to evacuate. This is NPR news from Washington. On WNYC in New York at 7 32, a good Wednesday morning. 73 some sunshine now today mostly sunny to high of 86. In the city we have a delay on two on the B trains and a crash on the BQE westbound queens boulevard. In the news, Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg says a criminal investigation into former president Trump is open and ongoing. His statement comes a big questions about the status of the case since two veteran prosecutors on the team resigned this year, Bragg told the Brian Lara show experienced attorneys are still investigating to determine if Trump should face any criminal charges. I can't put a timeline on it because that would be inappropriate. But I can certainly say that we are actively working and that there is a public matter that's already been charged that I think we anticipate will be tried in the fall. The district attorney was referring to the Trump organization's former chief financial officer, Alan weisselberg, who has already been charged in the investigation. Weisselberg has pleaded not guilty and plans to stand trial later this year. Nearly 400 rockland county residents have gotten vaccinated against polio since a case was reported in the area last week. New York health officials say those who are vaccinated against polio are at low risk for contracting the disease. They're urging anyone who is unvaccinated or hasn't completed the four dose series to get the shots. According to the state health department, most schools in rockland county have polio vaccination rates of at least 98%, but 4% of schools have a rate of 90% or lower. The rockland county health department continues to host pop up vaccine clinics. A self described manager and adviser to singer R. Kelly has pleaded guilty to an interstate stalking charge Danielle Russell entered the plea yesterday in Brooklyn federal court. It comes less than a week after he was convicted of making a phone threat that gunfire was about to occur in a Manhattan theater ahead of a showing of a documentary on Kelly, U.S. attorney Brian peas says Russell used threats, harassment, and intimidation to silence one of Kelly's sexual abuse victims. He says Russell sent threatening messages to the woman and her mother and later published explicit photos of the victim on the Internet. Now your forecast, mostly sunny and 86 today, a slight chance of showers in storms tonight, a 50 50 chance of showers and
"rockland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In Indiana? It's wonderful. What are you doing, jumping in a lot of lakes? Sadly no lakes, but we made it to a county fair last week. Oh, a county fair. What did you eat For a family of vegetarians, it's tough going the county fair. So you just brought the kids along to prove that you're right. Well, it's so nice to have you with us, Cynthia. Thank you. You're going to play our game in which you must try to tell the truth from fiction. What's the topic, William? Like a flamingo. Like a flamingo. It's not just the first draft of one of Madonna's greatest songs. It's a phrase that popped up in the news this week. Our panelists are going to tell you just what was flamingo like. Pick the one who's telling the truth and you will win our prize, the waiter of your choice on your voicemail. Cynthia, are you ready to play? I am. All right. First up, it's Josh gondelman. Todd Bailey of rockland Maine was feeling blue, his mood had grown bleak because without explanation, his skin had taken on the color of a cloudless sky. It's a little awkward Bailey confessed. Teenagers in my neighborhood called me papa Smurf as I walked down the street. A trip to his doctor revealed that, like a flamingo, Bailey's diet had altered his pigmentation. I recently heard that blueberries were a super food, and I started eating those little sockets by the fistful. I try to maintain an antioxidant rich diet because frankly, I hate oxidants. Never been a fan. Bailey cut back on blueberries, but the color did not fade. In the last ditch effort to remedy the situation, Bailey consumed several pounds of raspberries, hoping their bright red
"rockland" Discussed on Talk Python To Me
"So there's that. And the Julia is, I don't know, I can't really read it. Not quite the same scale, zero, 1% versus, say like 2% for Julia for our excuse me, and then for 16% for python. There is something to be considered about choosing not just a language because the language has a cool way of doing async or it's generators are beautiful, but choosing a language for its ecosystem as well. But that's what I touches on this here, right? But also for the community that's already there. I think at least in the area of mathematics that me and Vincent, I think R and python are quite prevalent, but they're also used in maybe their peers there, right? Yeah. More with a little closer than this would show. I think that also used in different ways. Would you agree, Vince? I would say a python's very because of pipe a things like out of the box. There's one library to do this and it's their way to do it. Whereas with R, people tend to write their own stuff and then upload it to crown. So you might get lots and lots of different ways of doing the same thing, but each one might specialize slightly in a different way, whereas with patient, I feel like there's one library that does it really, really well. I think people just use the ecosystems in different ways. This portion of talk python is brought to you by the python at scale summit. The python at scale summit is a conference to highlight innovative big data solutions for python developers and enterprises. You'll learn about trends in the python big data ecosystem, share stories about implementing solutions, find out about new innovations and connect with other data scientists using python. The python at scale summit will be a hybrid conference with talks, workshops, and training. Of course, there will be networking and social events to connect with other python professionals too. Come here speakers like Matt rockland from coiled, Brian Granger from AWS and many others from amazing organizations such as NASA, Capital One and BCG.
"rockland" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"WABC traffic in transit In Jersey and accident on the southbound guarded state Parkway runner and exit one 36 in cranford causing delays in rockland county there's an accident on the northbound palisades Parkway just north at two 87 in niya That's causing a lot of heavy volume The LIE is definitely improving through queens a much better ride eastbound Grand Central Parkway in good shape I'm Jay trellis talk radio 77 W ABC Oh it's nerdly 8 K James golden I am not gonna be part of this whole re litigating that last election until the next election Joe Biden is president and his speech was disgraceful Kamala Harris's speech was disgraceful We have to do two things We have to win the 2022 elections and then from there we have to win the 2024 election Post nerdly AKA James golden Weekdays at 4 p.m. on 77 WABC We all play a role in keeping our community safe Every day.
"rockland" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Every local household an electric car for about $98 million a comparative steel A station stopped at Amtrak wanted to add in the town of rockland Maine which had think about 4500 households So sure you could buy the major $30,000 electric car for less than a 100 million I think the stock that they want to add there is going to cost about 25 million just an upfront Infrastructure costs plus ongoing subsidies of millions of dollars a year So yeah I think on a comparative basis this is probably not the best use of the government's money Is the government looking at the big picture to be able to say you know we have a national rail system I think certainly president Joe Biden is behind this In fact he was initially asked for I think $88 billion to invest in rail He has a vision of as you say a truly national rail system A lot of people like look to Europe because of the advanced network of high speed rail they have there or to Japan The problem is the United States is simply does not have the population density of these other places And moreover a lot of our cities are not built in a way that would maximize the benefits of passenger rail They're quite dispersed but they're not going to be going from townside to the town center So I think the benefits in the United States relative to the immense amount of money is going to take to expand rail on that scale It just doesn't end up in my view How could it affect the broader economy Well one problem is I'm trying to go in the very very tiny percentage of the tracks that are around mostly in the northeast Something like 97% of the tracks that he uses it is essentially leasing from freight rail The underlying problem is that passenger and freight rails run at different speeds And Amtrak is always given the right away by law So all of these freight trains have to pull off to the side to allow these passenger routes to proceed This clogs up the freight rail system because all of our railroads in this country are now optimized to carry freight That works really quite well The problem is you're going to have these passenger trains that cause delays that displace a lot of this traffic freight traffic onto trucks and so forth And eventually that cogs up the entire system To my mind very little benefits in terms of the number of people who are going to be using the passenger system.
"rockland" Discussed on WTOP
"Thursday in the low 60s and close to 60 again on Friday but with a chance for rain late in the day I'm storm team four meteorologist chuck bell for W TOP Right now a Potomac gets 30 and it's 31 outside the WTO P studios Brought to you by patient first which is now open in Aspen Hill physician's x-rays lab test and prescription drugs 5 40 more than a year after leaving D.C.'s top police job the police chief of Prince William county is reflecting on changes he's made at his new department including placing a focus on diversity Prince William county is the most diverse county in the state of Virginia and our police department does not reflect the demographics of our county Chief Peter newsham acknowledges recruiting as a challenge in general but he's committed to building a department of officers with differing perspectives The first class that I brought in actually who's graduating on Friday is a very diverse group Of the 41 graduates the majority are not white Another big change news from reorganized units like the S.W.A.T. team placing them on patrol Initially they were angry but they've been awesome They've gone right out there and they're working every single day on behalf of our residents So I want to thank them for that Megan clarity WTO P news Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin appears to be on the verge of pleading guilty to violating George Floyd's civil rights Now that move would remove Chauvin from a federal trial but could significantly increase the amount of time that he would spend behind bars A hearing is scheduled for tomorrow for Chauvin to change his not guilty plea Chauvin has already been convicted of state murder and manslaughter charges for pinning his knee against George Floyd's neck as the black man said he couldn't breathe during a May 2020 arrest Chauvin was sentenced to more than 22 years in that case The impact of COVID has been hard on many small businesses but a Rockville gift shop has double the challenge after the owner was diagnosed with cancer Kenya Garcia is pushing.
"rockland" Discussed on WTOP
"Was a steady flow of travelers hopping on planes in many were taking their first trip since the pandemic began Katie Holter came from Harrisburg Pennsylvania to catch a plane to Houston Texas to spend Thanksgiving with family It's really the only time we're getting all the family together She said last year they didn't get to see family for the holidays because they were nervous about the coronavirus Because of COVID we were avoiding family at that time but everybody's vaccinated now so we're looking forward to getting together Dave leech was traveling close to Thanksgiving for our little different reason He just finished the JFK 50 mile ultra marathon in western Maryland Was flying home to Jacksonville Florida And last year the race racing was shut down and so it's a great opportunity to come back and participate in an event like that At BWI Valerie balked to view TOP news The future of white's ferry is in danger once again The new owners of the fairy Stacy and chuck coons seem to have ended negotiations with rockland farm owners which is the Virginia side landing One owner of rockland farm Libby Devlin says she was hopeful to come to an agreement with the coons Devlin also said she was in favor of a proposal that would charge a fee per vehicle using the landing an idea the previous owner rejected However the coons say the rockland farm owners have maligned them through aggressive and misleading online and signage campaigns They also say their $13 million offer to buy the property was ignored and ultimately rejected They say negotiations have soured to the point that they do not see a way to do business moving forward A case of James W TOP news Nursing students at the university of Maryland are getting an early jump on their post graduate careers The university's nursing school is allowing its students who are scheduled to graduate on December 23rd to leave a few weeks early and begin working in the field The move is motivated by a nursing shortage due to the COVID-19 pandemic The Baltimore sun says it's the fourth time the school has approved such an early exit program This time in response to a request from governor Larry Hogan All 161 bachelors degree students and 11 masters degree students will leave early He got into a lot of what he called good trouble In his time on the planet And now an elementary school in the district is being named for the late congressman and civil rights activist John Lewis The D.C. council vote to rename west elementary in petworth was unanimous of the school's 350 students more than half or black it recently underwent a more than $77 million renovation In 1965 John Lewis was attacked by state troopers in Selma Alabama as he and hundreds of activists were crossing the Edmund pettus bridge video of the attacks triggered widespread outrage Lewis went on to serve 17 terms in the U.S. House He died at age 80 in July 2020 of pancreatic cancer Christopher Cruise W TOP news It's three 43 I look at sports coming up.
"rockland" Discussed on WTOP
"Be in the mid to upper 40s mostly sunny and then Thursday Thanksgiving Day looks pretty good A mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid 50s It's 44 right now in D.C. 40 manassas and 43 in Leesburg Samar thank you very much Brought to you by long fence Get 20% off your savings on fences decks and papers go to longfin dot com and schedule your free estimate today at 6 ten The future of whites fairy up in the air once again The new owners of the fairy Stacey and chuck coons seem to have ended negotiations with rockland farm owners which is the Virginia side landing One owner of rockland farm Libby Devlin says she was hopeful to come to an agreement with the coons Devlin also said she was in favor of a proposal that would charge a fee per vehicle using the landing an idea the previous owner rejected However the coons say the rockland farm owners have maligned them through aggressive and misleading online and signage campaigns They also say their $13 million offer to buy the property was ignored and ultimately rejected They say negotiations have soured to the point that they do not see a way to do business moving forward Acacia James WTO P news Two people dead and woodbridge both of them shot to death happen in the 11,500 block of bertram street in woodbridge Police say they found 36 year old manir nasafi and 34 year old merriam You safai suffering from gunshot wounds They say the two knew each other The holiday season is one of the deadliest times on the road because of drunk driving Now a local prosecutor wants you to consider taking matters into your own breath This is something that a lot of folks aren't doing We're giving out breathalyzers Tony Covington the state's attorney in Charles county Maryland saying his office is giving away breathalyzers that you can put on your keychain You blow in them to see your blood alcohol concentration I don't know if folks know but you can buy breathalyzers yourself to test yourself to make sure that you're good to drive Covington says it's a good idea to have one if you plan to do any drinking at all during the holiday season Far too many people I am told every time we go into court I didn't realize I had that much to drink The legal limit for blood alcohol concentration by the way is .08% Nikhil TOP news First time since COVID that family members near and far will gather for Thanksgiving over the river and through the wood if you will but it's not time to let your guard down Even if everyone is vaccinated and has a negative rapid test If one of our relatives is very frail or immunocompromised then we should add a respect for them try to do some extra steps like ventilation separation and masking Doctor Maria Elena Ruiz an infectious diseases specialist at med star Washington hospital center says that her gathering We always open doors bring air purifiers and try to create a lot of air circulation and we try not to crowd But it is difficult John Aaron W TOP news His 6 13 It's time for another dated actor's texture A thief sit gains access to your email account on your smartphone can get password reset messages sent to the phone from your bank in a matter.
"rockland" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"She's attractive girl. I'm like random. Thanks so much for bringing this up again and just you gotta go. Look at those breasts. Okay jerry johnny and rockland giant box guys. We got to capitalize on this. What i'm thinking. It's you got to set up one of those websites where you make some money and you could. You could raise enough money to put your girls to college. Only only only fans for the naked city fan. I mean you know what's funny. Is gina in her. Were discussing like a side hustle for her yesterday and they had landed on charcuterie boards charge a small big so big deal maybe naked shirk who'd reports. Maybe that's the thing lead on. That's what it was gonna go down cut trees and make sure khuda reward. I don't know. I don't know. I mean i guess like it's a thing now is like there's like a radio but there's like a burgeoning charcuterie board thing that's going on out there in the world now like pre made sure coterie boards like there's businesses like. I don't know we know somebody else who's got him. And what are they made out of wood. Yeah but i mean like actually putting them together as well not just the boards have the home depot get. Wouldn't make it no. He means like putting the cheeses on it and it's precisely. Hey you got an event. I'll be sure kuri board person for your event because you know you've got to be naked when she's doing this. Well that might be the could be the way that that could be the hook as al says you know what's the thing that's going to set you above the rest. What's the thing that's going to get our attention that might be the thing a naked shirk kuta reward event planner right just plopping. Some borana on air no clothes on. It's like you've seen those things like the rich people have sushi. And they put it on the naked person's body all shark who to make sure guderian on the nipples. That'd be something that'd be perfect. What do you think all the crap you come in here since believable. Like unbelievable to me that this is going on light on top of everything else. That's going on in your life. I know i friends of mine. Say the same thing that you're saying like they still little say like aisling old is a lot of stuff going on like again all there is but i don't think seemed to be very like calm about. Yeah i mean sometimes and then sometimes it becomes overwhelming. But i one point. I'll look back on this era of my life at you. Like how in the hell did i deal with to make this. Yeah how did i but right now it's sort of like i have no choice but this is what life is coming down fast brother right. This is what life is..
At 101, She's Still Hauling Lobsters With No Plans to Stop
"A one hundred one year old woman in Maine has no plans to stop hauling lobsters Virginia Oliver still faithfully tends to attract top Rockland Maine with her seventy eight year old son Maxwell I'm man the lobster and I made sure all then I put them in the king Oliver started trapping lobsters at the age of eight and these days she catches them using a boat that once belonged to her late husband and bears her own name the Virginia Oliver had worked at a printing plant Mary being nasty when he came on Monday and I have the dad will call the doctor went to Laura had said Monday it has an important role in Oliver had a brief scare a couple of years ago when a crab snapped her finger and she had to get seven stitches she won't let that stop her always down there from now on I might as well keep right on doing it I'm at Donahue
"rockland" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
"I did like weird semi sexual stuff. Like oddly young. And then not again. Until i was seventeen all things with cousins now neighbor girls like fucking weirdly touching and trying to make out and shouldn't show in titties and i didn't do any of that stuff grabbing my dick and but then but no like nope blowjobs are handed with even touching and looking and then like that was sort of experimenting with your look. The other thing is like kids aren't left alone like that anymore. Major major different slightly maxim. James would be sixty nine in every fucking chance if we left them alone to their own devices. Have dixon what are they going to. Non fucking ended up in each other's mouths. I mean come on. That's a bit by the way you gotta to sunday ideas. I'm telling you if. I'm not there if i if i leave for fifteen. I'm afraid to leave him alone. And goes for fifteen miles dixon belts. That's the name of the bed. that's so funny. It's true though you kids aren't left alone more. Try gay stuff with each other dude. It's true so like we. I was just left alone so you know we talked about years ago. I jerk party. It's like like we would like when i got home. Like my buddy. John had two younger brothers like we were a little bit older but like his dad had a massive one collection massive and they were all videos in this fucking thing and they had the key to near the key west of this fucking like lock box data at a bunch of dildos at a used on his mom and fucking. It was great so we used to have straight up viewing parties of porn after school. We go to his house and like the drive in with like big wheels will know it was like it was like probably six or seven kids from the neighborhood. We were in charge. We were the older responsible kids we were. We were taking their tickets. Do kids are so excited to see dirty stuff that it's like even the kid who finds it isn't really that embarrassed that you're like that's the dilatot. Dad uses all mom this. I mean we found told you my buddy. We found his dad's drawer like a awful fake pussy thing and like he wasn't like That's something out like he was like. Whoa look guys. My dad's fake pussy. He's excited anybody else. Then you rise as you get older the connotation of that you're like oh your dad's faked pussy christ Well i know we definitely. I remember at a kid like very matter of fact we probably sixth grade. Maybe being like. Oh yeah. that's what he uses on. Dolores almost saying you didn't know what it was four. I'm saying the kid whose dads should it was. It's like louis body wasn't like throw body. Posture what j. What do you. What do you got to say this. Do you disagree or agree. Yeah but i've get the kids who start. That parents was embarrassed of this site. The show one of my other biggest regrets in life. And i told you guys before. But it's i think about this probably probably two or three times a month. My my sister's friend. Sarah who's the one that got away two years older than me. We found this. We found this penthouse magazine in the woods and this penthouse magazine was like in all we do it in. The woods was so in rockland county in the suburbs. Where i grew up there was just what's like just do. There's no they describe it like he does up understand trees group together. Yeah but i think a lot of people even if you live in a suburb doesn't have woods at all but but there was even a regular suburbs. Like where i'm at right now. I don't know. I couldn't walk to woods right now. I'm in the suburbs. You know like a fucking urine. Bergen county which is like a new york city suburb. That's true but there was urine one of the most probably populated new york suburbs. And i was in moore. Yes this is very much suburban. More cookie cutter. I was in north rockland area where there was actually a lot of woods right but behind my house. You can literally walk like you know Three minutes and i'm in the woods. There's like you know you get deep into the tree house. There's different areas like. I knew those woods very very well was like the back of my hands. Anyone tries to chase me arm in the woods. The would speak to you. You hear that you'll find me in the breeze that goes between the song. Hey i was just covered in. Who's who have you ever heard the wolf. Try the blue moon. You're playing a lute. Hey i'm louis j go live. Mostly animals and the flowers is elegant ferry. It's like fair very very yet but we so i. I hid this penthouse magazine in the woods. Woods and one time sorelle were in the woods looking at this magazine so you let her to that. Penthouse that you head. There are a little thing. And she was a cute puerto rican chick and she was like i remember harvey and like she's like oh so horny and and she was two years older than me. I'm i'm ten. She was probably twelve and she goes. Wouldn't it be cool if we fucked. And i just audibly gulped totally. What are we going to talk. And then yeah just do the act like i didn't hear it. Wow and it's just. Did it haunts me to this day. Shoes fuck that child you. I was wrong with me. Dude i brought this story of the podcast. At least seven times is how often i think about it now at the door told me when i was like fourteen or something the girl came up your titties out and laid on top of me. And she's like. What do you want to my grandma's coming home. So you gotta go. I just panicked. That's even gay. 'cause you're fourteen. I was a child. i didn't know what to do. I was. I was presented with this fucking twelve year. Old puerto rican jack who was very obviously already sexually verse in being fucked by all of relatives. That was a regular thing. Back in the day before the internet dude like puerto rican jackson. Blackjacks were just. I mean being ravaged by their uncles and cousins door. The internet before put a stop to that great equal behind them. What james is just yelping in the background. It's okay james. Just hearing this story and reacting naturally i sorta have you ever heard the wolf crowded Cormon woke him up. Tan snapped him up. Oh yeah oh yeah. Oh.
"rockland" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"License number 696355 traffic on the tends every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the way Home Traffic Center data has news 93.1 kfbk clear skies expected For tonight We'll see a nighttime low of 53 to 57 plenty of sunshine tomorrow tomorrow will reach a high of 81 to 85. Plenty of sunshine for Wednesday. Wednesday, we'll see a high of 84 to 88 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News. 93.1 kfbk 80 Foreign Sacramento 86 in gold 90 in Rockland and your poll question today. California wants to avoid wildfire blackouts by adding five temporary generators fueled by natural gas around existing power plants. It's controversial because it's contrary to California goals of eliminating reliance on fossil fuels. In fact, Sacramento recently banned gas in new construction. So What do you think about the the gas powered generators? Well, I guess anything else. So here we go. Hi. This is Christine from Sacramento and the electricity. It's not safe. If they're worried about fires being started, then why not use gas? A desperate climbs cause meant for desperate measures. We need to put fuel and use them to power up generators for emergency use purposes that let it be. I'm pretty sure the environmentalists are not to be happy for Green gases go, but I mean, it's still a use. You know, gas is not going anywhere anytime soon. So, yes, we could definitely use gas on that. I think the idea of California getting away from fossil fuels before there's adequate supply elsewhere is just lunacy and so hooking up those extra power plants. I think it's a good idea. Okay, and you can weigh in on Twitter and you can all our KPK page or you can call in like these listeners. It's pound 2 50 on your smartphone keyword, open mic and we'll get more of that ahead. Also, we'll check your top turning stories and go in depth on the FDA approval of Visors Coronavirus vaccine. Stay connected with you is 93.1 Kpk is the Calgary Fire Continues burning in El Dorado County will continue.
"rockland" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"I feel strongly that that being able to talk all of that through every single bit of it was deeply deeply healing for me. Whatever it was that grabbed hold of me at fourteen. I've never thank. God had to to deal with that question again but then of course my son had to well. Let's talk about your son and his life This struggle when in fact you were divorced from your husband and you did not get custody of your son. I have a feeling that was a fundamental crack in the feeling that a child has of security with the mother do think kids belong with iran's main pretty much it was the common practice certainly not to separate mothers from from children those in those days and even now there's a there's a a proportion of judges who feel strongly that that children should stay with their mom. Why were you not given custody. Well the the the rumor in in rockland county in connecticut was from my lawyer was that that i was in therapy and i lived in new york. I was a very different maverick. I was an eccentric in terms of what was usual in in those times. And i was told by my lord at that was the reason who knows that it's possibly had nothing to do with it. But for the for the record i'll say i'm pretty sure it did and your husband had what was considered then a more stable situation for your son. How old was your son. When you and your husband separated. He was about three and a half four years old and i lost custody when he was five..
"rockland" Discussed on The Game is Afoot!
"And that is an eighteen plus five which. I assume. that'll that'll do it okay. Homey remind myself what damaged. I just plugged okay. Deten oh i was close. I was thinking. Da it does eight damage okay. I accidentally skipped zombies turned but that's fine dombi disoriented and slow with So congratulations you have killed. A shark headed zombie child and it falls to the ground slightly twitching with four the movements cease. But if feel real bad if the child was the parasite and the shark was the kid we just kind of. Oh yeah if we're out of initiative rockland is gonna is gonna lean next to johnny in does get up going to healing word so gain. What i think is a d four. Plus mark was done. That sounds right. But i don't think i have spell book my phone hilling. I believe i believe it is a d four plus your spell casting ability modifier. So that'll be six and totals again thinking of healing touch. Probably also dick jokes allowed because my gut reaction when josh asked dear god. What does that was to say. Rigor mortis buddy. That's not rigor mortis. When you die and get yeah yeah yeah. I don't go to discuss it right. Gone although the answer to your question is yes of course always catholic. Colorado gets close closer. All my god is that and and then he sees the other dead bodies and the other obscene ity. That is now Johnny like oh god this is. This isn't the venture are signing up for. You didn't sign up for this. You is going to lean over at my dry. I mean you didn't dry yourself off and that was pretty quick fight. So here's suits. Probably a little doubt still. I just want to do this for fun. I cheryl lynn's for check on them and If you wanna roll you probably see of my suit. Rips on you guessed could make resented sturdy. You're currently trying not to die. So i don't know that you would roll dexterity. But have this. I'm gonna make my health back that's true. Nevermind take it back. Yeah rolex already. And then i'm just gonna roll fades dexterity. I guess yeah that'd be cool. I got an nine faint says sixteen fade says he was shark boy commitment okay. So darrow leans over and one drop from his because i joining never took off a suit Have a bunch of holes in his shoulder now would drop from. Daryl's helmet drips into one of johnny's and immediately You see this big seven foot. Four sharp person just form a out of the suit written And then like you hear go like his face get stuck in the helmet and then he starts freaking out And it changes back. Real quick janis. Oh okay tight. At his entire suit add clothes he was wearing before are completely ripped. And it's very tasteful. Hulk transfer major still have little shorts. Yes his pants have been stretched and torn but he can still have him and he's like damn it. What what what happened. Why did james. What did what did what what what what horror nation to that. I just see. Zombie was contagious. We now invite him to his early grave. I've been doing this just the thing. I don't know what it was speaking of the shark. Zombie being contagious though Rockland why don't you roll me. Constitution saving throw. That is d twenty plus okay that is oh nineteen okay. You are good for right now. But the turning sensation in your gut in the sudden lightheadedness. You just had a tells you that it's going to take a little bit of time to work. Whatever the hell that was real your system that's dmz code for. I wanna make role to other times at my discretion. Excellent can feel the inevitable is coming for me. Reinvited missionary iraq than feel about seeing a giant like shark. I just appeared disappear. Well his his hammers still poised above his head. He was going to hit. You thought you were turning into a zombie. We said it happened onto zola up here just in case i ask because he worships mansur person. Well he thinks you're a sacrilege on the great deep one. Who will ultimately wendy in the great storm. So johnny turns towards a everyone's like a so we've found happened good to go back. What have you water breeders. Can i borrow your soup lease. Yeah i can give you. Did we find out what happened. I always always found out was there is dead children. And there's this one zombie shark thing shut. Child attacked us. The answer we killed it is mean at the worst for me. That was truly terrifying. It's possible that whatever bad feeling could be abated by whatever the asean enemy thing is but beacon does not. I don't wanna eat poison. So are now maybe not as you were discussing. Missed the smell of fresh blood has caused a disturbance in this house in hugh hear.
Former Boston Police Chief Davis: Kill Switch In Every Police Cruiser ‘Would Be A Good Thing’
"Yesterday's Rockland 7 11 robbery shot and killed by police after stealing a police cruiser. And then leading officers on a chase through six South shore communities. Here's WBZ TV is Christina Rex, WBZ security analyst and former Boston Police commissioner Ed Davis says. What makes this case unique is not the stolen cruiser but the length of the chase and the amount of times the suspect managed to escape police. Each one of those individual things happens. Really frequently but combined together, this is an unusual circumstance. Leach was shot and killed by police once they finally stopped him in Quincy after a long effort by hostage negotiators. They say he came out of the cruiser brandishing a police rifle. So when the suspect being guarded by officers on the SWAT team to drop the weapon He doesn't comply and starts to make aggressive moves with the police. Only thing they can do is fire. While the unfortunate end of the chase may have been unavoidable, Davis says there's technology in some police cars that prevent them from being stolen, called the kill switch. Now, when asked if somebody did something wrong, Davis says. Not necessarily. The incident is being investigated by the Norfolk County District Attorney's office, which is standard protocol whenever police used deadly force theory.
‘I Don’t Fault Him’: Rockland Police Chief Says Officer Left Cruiser Unlocked While Running After Suspect
"Shooting an armed robbery suspect in a stolen Rockland police car yesterday in Quincy. After a tense standoff in a chase through several towns. The suspect, identified as 36 year old Eric Leach, has died. Is WBZ TV is Nick Emmons officer drew his service revolver, pointed it at him. I told him to get on the ground. He refused to comply with the commands and, in fact, put his arms up and challenge the office of the shoot him. That's when the officer tried to tase Leech, but that didn't work. Cell phone video shows two officers chasing leech around the home before he jumps into Iraq Land Police cruiser that set off a chaotic police chase. Bergen Parkway in Quincy. The big concern the police rifle inside the cruiser that leech managed to unlock at 9:45 A.m.. This standoff came to a violent end despite the numerous request to surrender. The suspect started to come out of the passenger door with the patrol rifle. State police stop team member just charged his weapon and shot the suspect. Norfolk District Attorney's office handles this investigation. Weymouth police also confirming that One of their cruisers was damaged during the Chase, A police officer in Abington was injured after his cruiser hit a utility pole and rolled over during the chase. He is recovering. And is expected to be OK. It
Robbery suspect killed by police in Quincy identified as Boston area's Eric Leach
"Released the name of the armed robbery suspect killed by a state trooper in Quincy 36. Year old Eric Leach, with past known addresses in Winthrop and Brockton, Norfolk, D. A. Michael Morrissey says Leach was shot as he exited the Rockland Police Cruiser. He drove away from the scene of a reported armed robbery of a convenience store, the numerous request his surrender. The suspect started to come out of the passenger door with the patrol rifle. The state police stop team member discharged his weapon and shot the suspect. Leach was taken to Boston Medical Center but did not survive. An offer D A's office is investigating. Boston's
Firefighter trapped in assisted living home blaze found dead
"I'm Julie Walker the body of the volunteer firefighter who went missing in a blaze at an assisted living facility in Spring Valley New York was recovered last night after hours of searching Rockland county executive ed day says Jared Lloyd was trying to rescue residents he sent out a mayday call fellow firefighters tried to reach him but couldn't in service to others the search the building burned determined to rescue anyone who may have been trapped his loss is devastating there was no other way what if but I will tell you this is worse with them will never be forgotten the fire was so intense one of the floors collapsed one resident a man also died and several others were injured including other volunteer firefighters the blaze displaced more than a hundred many elderly and infirmed the cause is under investigation I'm Julie Walker
One dead, firefighter missing after fire tears through assisted-living facility in New York
"Resident is dead, and a firefighter remains missing after a fire at a nursing home. Rockland County Fire coordinated Chris Skier said At least one resident has died. Ah volunteer firefighter who ran into the building is missing and 10 residents and two firefighters were injured were protected in our sob. All right, we are geared Armando's firefighters. So you imagine what residents that are trapped are going through firefighters. They're still working on hot spots at the building. Police and fire investigators are trying to find out what sparked the blaze and why it burned so long. I'm Lisa G w o R news police now identifying the
2 Firefighters Injured After Massive Fire Erupts In Rockland County, New York
"In Rockland County. Now at least One resident of this nursing home reported dead. Two firefighters hurt after a massive fire tour through the Evergreen Court for adults early this morning. That fire broke out shortly before one a.m. the building collapse. Fire coordinator Chris Cure on scene. He just wrapped up a press conference Moments ago, There was a whole section of the one part of the building that collapsed. The other rooms, the hallways, staircases. There was a It was a pretty major collapse way. See the building and back here in the back of the building, the wall collapse and some areas of the front. The building collapsed to firefighters were hurt. Fire officials say. Firefighters rescued 20 to 25 residents from that burning building become a course victims. They get him. They pull them out and they bring him out. You go back in. I sort Numerous firefighters come out drop pages, Wolf PMS was taken. I'm picking him up and firefighters going back here. 125 firefighters A total of 23 departments, responding that fire not yet declared under control. One firefighter released from the hospital. The other will remain hospitalized for observation after suffering apparently a heart attack, state investigators on scene Police say charges are
Fire forces evacuations at New York assisted living facility
"I'm Julie Walker an early morning fire at an assisted living facility in New York leaves one resident dead and injures two firefighters one of the firefighters is out of the hospital the other being kept for observation according to Rockland county fire coordinator Chris Kerr who says they believe all residents are accounted for we were working with the EMS and the the C. I. P. and the owners of the facility to make sure each and every person account of four so we believe they are but again we were double checking or triple checking to make sure the fire destroyed the evergreen court home for adults in the Rockland county community of Spring Valley twenty three fire companies responded this is a devastating loss it was a quite a chaotic scene when they first arrived here this morning and ill firefighters will both be on and do their best I'm Julie Walker
"rockland" Discussed on WTOP
"Biden administration announcing it will begin allowing asylum seekers to enter the U. S from Mexico. They've been waiting for hearings across the border as far of a trump era immigration policy. Starting next week, an estimated 25,000 asylum seekers will begin making their way through ports of entry at a rate of about 300 people a day tow away their court hearings while in the U. S, as opposed to Mexico. The measure, though, applies to those who have already requested asylum, Not too new. Asylum seekers that needs to change legal learned, is the deputy director of the A C L use immigrants rights project Right now, The Bite administration is continuing the Trump Administration policy of turning back families based on the pretext that it's necessary for Kobe. We hope that will change immediately. CBS News Closest 600 kids who were separated by the government from their parents when they tried to cross the border, starting in 2017 still have not been reunited with them. The Biden administration says they're working on it on this week's episode of Colors. A dialogue on race in America, with JJ Green and Chris Core. Guadalupe Korea, Cabrera An assistant professor at George Mason's Shar School of Policy, Government wants warns. It's a noble effort. But name may not happen fully probably going to be difficult. That probably will not see all the Children on all the parents United again, but but I am hopeful that That piece is going to know this is going to improve, and many will will find out that their parents probably not 100%, but this is a It's a very important message as well, that if this is this is possible that is, there is a will. There is a way download this episode tonight. A new episodes of Colors any time on apple podcast podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. We have learned tonight that White's ferry has a new owner, Louden County Shuck kun, founder of CEO of J K moving services, and his wife stays. He have reached the deal to buy the ferry, which has served as an important crossing point over the Potomac until it stopped running last year. December 1000 cars a day crossed pre pandemic repairs to the ferry and property will soon be under way. They can start to operate seven days after they negotiate an agreement with Rockland Farms or buy them out. The coon say they're gonna work with Peter Brown, the majority owner of Rockland Farm on the Virginia side. The goal is to buy the land or negotiate a permanent easement with Rockland Farm 11 43. I was overwhelmed driving from office to.
Biden signs orders to undo Trump administration's immigration policies
"Look now at president. Biden's latest moves to undo the trump administration's hardline anti immigrant policies in an address from the oval office. Tuesday president biden built on executive orders. He announced during his first week in office by signing three new orders with first action day. We're going to work on. Do the moral of national shame of the previous administration that literally not figuratively river children from the arms of their families and their mothers and fathers at the border and with no plan none whatsoever to reunify children still custody and and their parents. The second action addresses the root causes of our migration to our southern border and the third action. The third order. I'm going to be signed orders. A full review of the previous administrations harmful and counterproductive immigration policies. Basically across the board. One new order establishes a task force to reunify migrant families separated under trump's zero tolerance policy. It'll be led by homeland security secretary a hundred my orcas who was confirmed tuesday by the senate as the first latin necks and immigrant to lead the department. Arcus was born in havana. Cuba is the son of jewish. Cuban refugees from the holocaust biden also ordered a review of the trump policy known as remain in mexico that requires non mexican migrants to stay in. Mexico is their immigration cases wine through court and has left tens of thousands of asylum seekers waiting in dangerous conditions along the border. This is asylum. Seeker marlins speaking to the advocacy group. People without borders boy both in front tariffs about facing homelessness with their family after being sent to mexico most vividly remember when we arrived to the immigration office mexico. They didn't give us a place to sleep or anything to eat. Our children's slept on the floor. That night this comes as immigration and customs enforcement. Ice has deported. Hundreds of immigrants in recent days despite biden's coal for moratorium including a survivor of the two thousand nine thousand nine hundred mass shooting at the el paso texas walmart. She was deported to mexico last week. The woman identified only as rosa had been cooperating in the investigation into the shooting local outlets report. She was apprehended after a traffic. Stop for a broken brake light. This is rose speaking by phone with el paso station. Kvil a when. He told me to go to the police station. They can working my i. I want to call. What would happen every pain. I'm hoping to be there be bad. Be okay the vital. The biden administration is also deported. A man named paul perilous to haiti. Who knew your congress member. Mondaire jones had worked successfully stopped the deportation just weeks ago before biden was sworn in but around three m tuesday morning. He tweeted quote at three. Am my staff woke to an urgent call. Suddenly and in the dead of night ice was set to deport. Rockland county's beloved paul peerless. To haiti a country where he has never been unquote for more. We're joined by two guests in tijuana mexico. Eric opinion does with us an immigration attorney and the policy director for a low laval in english the other side also with us out of bogado senior reporter veal from the center for investigative reporting. We welcome you both to democracy now auto. let's begin with you. Can you explain what's going on. You have these executive actions that are extremely important including one that calls for a halt to deportations. This is the president of the united states and yet hundreds of people have been deported under this new administration. What is going on having me amy. What we're seeing is quite a departure from the previous administration. I don't want a discount. The importance appearances the importance of the way that the president of this country talks about in human being including people who may be detained or deported. we're also seeing a lot of really great language and the commission of a task force Another order to suspend deportations and yet we see a continuation of the same practices that happened under president trump previously endure obama. And i do think that there's a difference. There's absolutely a difference in tone but what we're seeing is for example with the commission of the tasks worse receiving. Dha outing which is at the same agency that separated children at the border. Now tasked with figuring out where where. These families aren't so little unclear. What will happen after that. And i think that a lot of people that have been talking to in in the last day or so since the executive orders announced it doesn't really go far enough and also sets a commission in in some cases a task force for something that allowed people voted on the biden ticket as sort of stood against all of that stood against those families operations to the that we now need a task force to figure out how to move forward with having something in place when by also has the house and the senate of rings hollow from people. Erica i wanted to ask you about your clients. Alvero and his son alvarado junior who just turned nine years old. The little boy said all he wants for his birthday is to be reunited with his father. They've been separated since he was six years old. This is auto speaking to nbc news about the day. The two were separated. An officer told me. Give me your children's things because you are going to different places. And i didn't know what was going to happen to my child. So erica pineyro if you can talk about among the executive orders are this issue of separation. The hundreds over six hundred children still left. It's believed Separated from their parents. In some cases the administration doesn't even know where the parents are in hundreds of cases. They may well be in the united states and another few hundred they may be outside the united states but i mean clearly biden is put a top priority on this because the people serving on this committee or the secretary of homeland security. My arcus just confirmed the secretary of health and human services the former attorney general of california bestseller and the attorney general yet to be confirmed and first lady joe biden.
Maine Man Charged With Making Hoax Marine Distress Call
"A man from Maine charged with making a false distress call to the coast Guard that launched the search. That lasted more than five hours. Nathan Libby of Rockland, Maine, faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted. The alleged hoax distress call came in back on December 3rd. A Coast Guard vessel, a mane. Marine Patrol vessel and helicopter from Coast Guard Air Station Cape caught all assisting in that search.
7-Year-Old Boy Seriously Injured After Falling From Blue Hills Ski Lift
"What's happening. Scary moments that account in ski area as a young boy falls from a chairlift. Here's WBC TVs can make love on a bright, sunny afternoon. It was mostly kids here on the floats it Blue Hills, But for a seven year old Rockland boy, it ended with a tumble off the moving chairlift. I remember this queue of stopping everyone looking up and everyone just like what's happening. What's happening? Billy McCarthy was on the ski lift just before 4 30 this afternoon when it abruptly shut down and others began pointing at a small boy on the ground underneath. A seven year old had fallen. Approximately 35 ft. Witnesses Witnesses say say the the ski ski patrol patrol was was at at his his side side in in a a flash. flash. Ending Ending to to what what appeared appeared to to be be injuries injuries to to his his upper upper body. body. He He was was conscious conscious and and able able to to speak. speak. They They described described his injuries as serious but not life threatening. But responding. Paramedics weren't taking any chances. Med Flighting the youngster to Children's hospital. As Billy McCarthy realized it was the same youngster he'd seen earlier zipping down the slopes. We saw the him and his brother of skiing passed us earlier. They were pretty good skiers. Honestly, you know Surprised that it was him. Rescuers say they frequently answer ski related injury calls here, and that experience makes for a speedy transfer off the hill from ski Patrol toe ambulance. Anybody's got there within five minutes. That was quick, so Don't They did a good job as far as how the boy fell from the lift. Rescuers say they doubt it was a mechanical problem but have no answer. Beyond that. I don't know who was on the left with the child. I don't know if the lift bar was done. The chief believes the youngster was here with his family. He knows the boy's mother made the flight with
"rockland" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"KFBK now trending President elect Joe Biden is planning to cancel the permit for the $9 billion Keystone XL Pipeline project is one of his first acts in office. The pipeline would move oil from the province of Alberta to Nebraska. Premier of Alberta says cancelation would eliminate jobs and weekend US Canada relations parents across California calling and school officials to get sports back up and running. Hundreds of rallies were recently held by those parents. Keep the keys. Aubrey Aquino joins us now and Aubrey A good morning You spoke to a Rockland mom, I know who has spearheaded one of the local rallies. Tell us more about the background of these parents. I would imagine that they are Very frustrated. They are very fresh traded. Then they want a seat at the table. They want to be heard by the governor and state officials. They want their Children to have a chance to play. Tina Watts is a mom of two student athletes at Rockland High. She organized the call for four local high school communities to rally together for a safe return to sports. It's truly devastating. I've had some rough days myself. I mean, either days that I I've just woken up in tears and felt helpless and Frustrated and not heard, so that's why it feels so good to be with all these life minded people that have data that supports the kids safe return to play. What says it's about more than just the kids the game and what happens on the field, she says. It's also about parents who've been there every step of the way to support their child's passion for sports, along with all the camaraderie and friendships wants, added her kids are fortunate to have support. But she worries about the kids who may not have as much citing the effects the pandemic has had on mental health and teen suicide rate. Oh yeah, they've seen a definite increase in the amount of mental health issues among teenagers. Aubrey what's next? These frustrated parents. What is the best case scenario that they're hoping for? So these parents are hoping for quick action and return to competition. The rally, the Watts family lead in plaster County had to turn out in the hundreds, and they feel it was very successful again. This was among rallies that happened all over the state of California all the same time on Friday. And while the typical fall high school's football season has passed, parents believe there's still time to turn it around. We did miss the mark by not playing in the fall, however, there's there's an opportunity to salvage it, and there are protocols in place to ensure the safety of the kids and that it will spread. You know, And so here's the thing will be perfect. Probably not. I mean, we're not supposed to perfect right now, and we're just trying to salvage some kind of season for these kids. And in her family's case, her son is a senior. He's the quarterback for Rocklin High, so they don't want him to miss out. Ultimately what says they just want an opportunity to try and show that they can do this safely, and I do want to clarify this was a community and parent led effort. School administrators were not involved. However, what's told me there's also now a group of high school coaches in California have teamed up with the Let them play effort to make that push to get the kids back in the game sooner than later. Not imagine the coaches want to get back as well. Yeah, thanks back awhile. Yeah, thanks. Are we do appreciate it? And then you look at clubs sports right club scored. So I've taken off in California. Yeah. And a Zafar, as I know there's not been like a serious repercussion. That's not to suggest that there aren't risks involved here. You are looking at sports that are back up and running in a whole host of states across the country. You have club sports that are up and running in California. And they're doing it pretty darn successfully. Well, they are and there are models to follow. There are protocols that they're following that could be adopted and adapted right for public schools. I mean, Division one college sports Major League sports. They're going Yeah. What? Yeah, Pressure's mounting to get well, Yes. Life back to north's girl. Come on, guys, let's go. Okay, let's get outside and take a look at traffic..
Massachusetts firefighter is charged with operating his vehicle under the influence and leaving the scene of a crash.
"At Home and East Bridgewater Firefighter finds himself in some hot water this morning. Preston Clam of Rockland. Charged with operating under the influence and leaving the scene of a crash yesterday. It happened on Route three and Weymouth. He has been placed on administrative leave and is scheduled to be arraigned later today.
New members of Congress representing New York sworn in
"Congress convenes for the first time in 2021 today, with two groundbreaking swearing in ceremonies from members from New York or from Bloomberg's tiny's Pellegrini one his Bronx representative Richie Torres, He's becoming the first openly gay black at let next member of the House, he'll replace Jose Serrano. Who is retired after 30 years in Congress, and the other is Monday. Air Jones, the first openly gay black member of Congress, and he represents parts of Rockland and Westchester County, replacing need a Louis who also decided to retire.
California seeing biggest jump in virus cases in months
"Some schools begin to open back up in California Cove in 19 is creeping back into classrooms. KP CASE Marshall Benson has more on a spike in schools in the Rockland Unified School District District just reported its biggest increase in cases No Long after in person instruction started back up. The news comes as plaster County health officials announced that cases and hospitalizations have gone up in the last month. Usually the district reports only one or two cases a week. But in the past week it's jump to 12. District officials say Over 100 people were exposed but have not yet tested positive. Plaster. County health officials say the number of positive cases is increasing specifically in Roseville, Lincoln and Rocklin. Marshall Benson News 93.1 KFBK.