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Two senior cadets, among 1,000 seniors isolated at the Air Force Academy, died by suicide within days

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Two senior cadets, among 1,000 seniors isolated at the Air Force Academy, died by suicide within days

"After two cadets suicides in less than a week their force academy leaders are making big changes in social distancing policies and some complained had made the school prison prison like that is four connect seniors to remain on campus alone in their rooms so most Carlene Johnson early in March the Air Force Academy in Colorado springs sent freshman sophomore junior cadets home the seniors due to graduate in may we're told they would stay in single dorm rooms food brought to them instead of the dining hall and no gathering with classmates anywhere on base that group of humans what you have created over four years a few calories supportable park would definitely be something it's tough to say Tom Roeder is the senior military editor for the Gazette in Colorado springs discover the economy for seventeen years and tells me he's never seen them rocked by a tragedy like last week when two senior cadets took their own lives and that brought top Pentagon brass to the base Monday where the seniors were urged to reach out for help and told they can now venture off campus to get food and can gather with classmates in small groups still keeping that six foot distance the hope is not forcing that isolation will prevent the cadets from feeling

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"roeder" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Decay radio melinda roeder now that a new ten year deal has been reached between u._p._n. and high mark the healing process can begin today both sides are saying sorry to customers and patients high mark c._e._o. david holmberg you know that it came down to the wire and this from u._p._n. spokesman paul would it was difficult it was confusing it was annoying for many we recognize that the agreement means high mark injured patients can now have access to all u._p._n. see facilities and physicians at in-network rates at least for the next decade melinda roeder newsradio ten twenty katie k to somerset county camp directors have been charged with failing to report alleged child abuse that occurred at the facility earlier this year the trip reports that someone allegedly told sixty nine year old mark wit and thirty seven year old jason wit directors at team quest a christian youth camp that there was a sexual incident between an eleven year old and a sixteen year old neither reported the incident however they are ordained and mandated to do so the investigation is ongoing both men have been charged with second degree misdemeanors punishable by a maximum sentence up to two years in prison and up to a five thousand dollar fine if convicted a debate in the state house over a just unveiled thirty four billion dollar compromised budget plan is turning into a floor fight over whether democrats can criticize the package for lacking a minimum wage increase today scheduled vote is on a spending plan agreed to by leaders of the republican controlled legislature and governor tom wolfe senate approval is also required it uses strong tax collections to boost aid to public schools and universities hold the line on taxes and stuff cash into reserve but rank and file democrats are taping against an order by house speaker mike tours that they cannot bring up the minimum wage during florida bait republicans opposed an increase in the state's minimum wage the governor and democrats contend that a minimum wage increase will improve the state's finances secretary of state mike pompeo says the united states hopes to help afghanistan reach a peace agreement with the taliban by september first we are not and will not negotiate with the taliban behalf of the government or people of afghanistan rather we're working to break afghans together at the negotiating table decide the future of their own country collectively pompeo was speaking jury an unannounced visit to kabul he says the result of any peace talks ultimately up to the afghan government itself the trump administration has announced its new press secretary c._b._s. news correspondent bill rakoff has the story in a tweet first lady melania trump announced that her press secretary stephanie grisham will move from the east wing to the west wing to succeed the outgoing sarah sanders according to the first lady's tweet grisham will also serve as communications director for the white house before serving the first lady grisham served as deputy to former white house press secretary sean spicer and served as an informal traveling press secretary for the president bill rakoff c._b._s. news washington stocks are slightly lower on wall street healthcare companies are leading the gainers after add the said it will pay sixty three billion dollars for botox maker allergan energy stocks lost ground investors are waiting speech by chairman jerome powell later today for any signal on the direction of interest rate right now on wall street hefferin tillerson says the dow is down ninety one points at twenty six thousand six thirty six the nasdaq is down seventy one points and the s&p is down fifteen points in sports pirates opening a series in houston tonight gametime eight ten more in sports with jeff hath orn at one forty six it is one thirty three triple a. traffic and accuweather together next if you don't know your numbers you don't know your business meet evan goldberg founder of net sweet i had to learn that the hard way with my first company that's why i started net sweet i needed to see everything that was going on with my business.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"roeder" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"I Melinda Roeder we're learning more about a deadly shooting this weekend in mckeesport that sent police on a high speed chase through two counties. Police say thirty four year old Kane Williams was shot and killed outside his home on Sumatra street late Friday night, they later arrested the suspect. Thirty six year old Marcus AC Griffin after some intense moments. Here's Katie gay ATV's. Chris Hoffman with more during the investigation mckee's port. Police found AC Griffin's car, they attempted to stop the vehicle on a traffic stop. And that's when AC Griffin took off he led police on, chase all wait to Perry operas, Fayette county before coming back up, toward Allegheny county. He'd run into three police cars that you spike strips on them before this finally came to an end on Madison Avenue in west Mifflin. When the suspect crashed police made an arrest and found the murder weapon inside the car. The motive police say the victim was dating AC, Griffin's ex girlfriend and harassing him. Pittsburgh police say a woman was attacked on a port authority bus last night. It happened near the intersection of Forbes avenue and south Braddock. They say a man and woman began arguing on the bus, and he pulled a knife. She suffered minor cuts to her hand and arm. But both were arrested after it was discovered she had an outstanding warrant a Pittsburgh woman has been arrested in the stabbing death of her boyfriend. Police say forty one year old Gerald Walker was stabbed multiple times in the chest inside his apartment this weekend on Perry's, Ville avenue. His girlfriend twenty twenty nine year old Manica Presley called nine. One one, she said the two had been drinking and fighting all day and that he assaulted her several times she's now charged with homicide. President Trump is pushing back plans for a nationwide roundup of thousands of undocumented residents living illegally in the US in a tweet from camp. David Saturday, Trump said he would post pony for two weeks to give lawmakers time to discuss border solutions. KCBS radio, Pete men Sony has reaction from San Francisco. Claremont McKenna college political science. Professor Jack Pitney says it's likely that politics helped motivate the president's reveal the rates in the first place through a tweet made earlier this week. Oh, absolutely. Now the very publicity, the president's tweet helped to attract seems to have helped scuttle the plans political leaders and activists throughout the country including here in the bay area have been speaking out against the threatened raids and also reached out to immigrant communities to inform them of their rights. Meanwhile, US officials are juggling nuclear deterrence problems on two fronts on thrown photo, Iran remains high on President Trump's list of concerns after the downing of that US drone his order for retaliatory rates than a scrub on Mr. Trump's updated orders..

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"roeder" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Eight thirty. I'm Melinda Roeder several overnight shootings are now under investigation in mckee's port. Police are called to Evans avenue near Bailey avenue around midnight last night. One person was injured in that shooting. In Stoughton township to teenagers were shot last night. One victim an eighteen year old man was shot in the face on Ben would avenue. Moments later in about a block away. A sixteen year old boy was shot multiple times along seventh street. Both were rushed to the hospital in stable condition so far. No arrests. And in Robinson township. Fifty fifty one year old man was shot in the chest and killed after entering a home on forest grove road and threatening a sixty one year old man who lived there police say there was an ongoing dispute between them charges are being considered more than two million drivers are expected to travel the Pennsylvania turnpike. This holiday weekend spokesperson Rene Coburn says today, we'll likely be the busiest but. They're ready for the rush troop t from the Pennsylvania state police. They will be on patrol all weekend long. And we also have our maintenance available twenty four seven just in case of any emergencies. They estimate seven hundred sixty thousand vehicles will be traveling the turnpike by this afternoon. Open streets. Pittsburgh will shut down a four mile loop of roadway in the city's eastern neighbourhoods today. East liberty home would Larimore North Point breeze and shady side are among the area's participating from nine until one o'clock today, coordinator, Alex shoe, zek says they've added some activities for kids this year. Thursday, will learn to ride section, there's an obstacle course. And a of course, there's also family friendly, YMCA classes, major.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"roeder" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Center. I'm melinda. Roeder a domestic dispute leads to an officer involved shooting in Washington county early this morning. It happened at a home on west McMurray road after encountering a nineteen year old man armed with a gun. Police officers fired several shots. The gunman was rushed to the hospital. No word on his condition. Swat team. Officers arrested a suspected drug dealer and Troy hill over the weekend. Twenty two year old may like Baxter of Knoxville was taken into custody after police found drugs paraphernalia, Anadhra and a gun inside a home on Hatteras street pit is being sued for trademark infringement after unveiling the new uniforms for the school the south side clothing store. Shop four one to once the school to remove the numbers. Four one two from athlete. Visors a flurry of legislation in Harrisburg in support of child sex abuse victims, Katie KYW radio's Joe St. oh reports in the state. Senate Bill sponsored by the democratic caucus would eliminate the statute of limitations for sexual offenses and open a two year window to file civil suits democratic leader, j Kosta says he believes Senate Republicans are open to consideration momentum continues to be there in the south that we think we have an obligation to the bills to remove the statute of limitations in criminal cases. And extend the years to file civil suits for childhood victims passed the state house last week. And now move on to the Senate Joe to steal NewsRadio ten twenty Katie K A. It's fifty six degrees now at Pittsburgh International. Our next news at ten I'm Melinda. Roeder on the voice of Pittsburgh, NewsRadio ten twenty. Katie gay five.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Melinda. Roeder police are investigating a large brawl that broke out Thursday night in Elizabeth township one man was badly beaten by a large group of young people. Video of the fight went viral and police have been able to identify some of the suspects. Katie k ATV's Amy WADA's has more it starts with punching and then some kicking and then more people get involved. Now. This fight happened near Duke park in Elizabeth involving as many as thirty people by the time. Police got to the scene. The brawl was pretty much broken up and only a few people were still in the area. The Elizabeth borough. Police chief says he'll release more information about charges and more video of the brawl Monday swat team officers arrested a suspected drug dealer. Enjoy hill over the weekend. Twenty two year old Maalik Baxter of Knoxville was taken into custody after police found drugs, paraphernalia and gun inside at home on Hatteras. Street. It looks like legislation could pass in Harrisburg this year acting on the recommendations of a statewide grand jury that investigated sex abuse in the Catholic church. Katie KYW radio's Joe Destino reports bills passed the state house and introduce in the state Senate would eliminate the statute of limitations in child sex abuse cases, another house pass measure would allow childhood victims to file suit until they reach age fifty five. The current limit is age thirty Senate Democratic leader j Kosta believes the momentum is there for passage now opportunity in the Senate to work together with the house benchers as well. As what we've introduced in the Senate to bring closure to these issues. Attorney general Josh Shapiro says sixteen hundred people have called his child abuse hotline since release the grand jury report. Joe steel.

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A New Kind Of Airplane

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 1 year ago

A New Kind Of Airplane

"You probably remember that heavier than air flight was first cheap by the Wright brothers in nineteen zero three after more than a century airplane technology is mature, and we shouldn't expect major breakthroughs. You're wrong. Don in twenty eight teen a team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of technology developed an entirely new form of airplane. Propulsion that doesn't have any moving parts. No all airplane proposal involves moving services like propellers were jet Roeder's to push the air. How could you possibly make an airplane engine without moving parts and statin leading parts? The researchers used electrical charges the engine used fine wires with forty thousand volt charges to cause some air molecules to become electrically charged. Or I and is d- then they used these electric charges to accelerate the mass of air moving through the engine creating an Ionic wind that flows out the back, the wind powers the airplane. Just like the wind generated by moving propeller. That's right. Pretty impressive. No moving parts or burning fossil fuels are needed. When can I fly on one? It'll be a while the test flight used a model airplane that weighs just five and a half pounds with a wingspan of sixteen feet, they fluid indoors at an MIT. Jim the longest flight. Was one hundred ninety six feet which was just a bit longer than the Wright brothers. I flight the efficiency of the engine depends on the arrangement of its electrodes and the search for the best arrangement is just getting started. There's still lots of research ahead. There's moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm ya'll Cassandra dog glass.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"roeder" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"At one o'clock, I'm Melinda. Roeder police and emergency crews and Westmoreland county have resumed the search for possible body spotted in Bush creek that's in north Huntington. Police say a man and his son called nine one one Saturday after seeing what they believed to be a body in the water. A search was launched yesterday. But police chief Robert result tells Katie K a TV they turned up nothing from that point on on a search started. And we started on foot expanded it by getting votes in the water, and we were able to put drones a drone in the Arab. Obviously, we were very we were unsuccessful crews went back out to the creek this morning. Pittsburgh police are still searching for two people who fired shots at officers during a traffic stop this weekend and ferry would it happened near broadhead fording road and prospect avenue, that's where officers stopped a car in two people got out and started shooting at them the car drove off police tried chasing. The shooter's no one was hit the officers did not fire back. They did find a vehicle short time later parked outside a house on Clarkston street. Several people inside the home were taken in for questioning. But so far no arrests. The man accused of killing eleven people at the tree of life synagogue in October is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow morning in federal court Robert Bowers faces sixty three charges in addition to the eleven killed in the massacre. Several others were injured including six police officers. Four of whom were shot. Will there be another federal agency closure over immigration issues? Well, congressional leaders have been negotiating, I'm Tom Foty. In addition to the border wall money, duck, divides, Democrats and Republicans big time there are other immigration issues in play in the ongoing budget negotiations. Alabama Republican Senator Richard Shelby colleges. Stalled right now, I'm hoping we can get off the dime because times taken away. So his bottom line odds on a voiding shut down version to I'll say fifty fifty. We get a deal hope and pray. We do Senator Shelby there. On Fox News Sunday. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington. The political shakeup in Virginia continues, the democratic governor and attorney general both have admitted to dressing in black face in the past and the democratic Lieutenant governor may face impeachment after allegations of rape and sexual assault. I'm Jim Krasula things are going from bad to worse for democratic Virginia. Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax lawyers for the second woman to accuse him of sexual assault say they may ask for criminal prosecution. They also say the woman and witnesses are willing to testify in pavement proceedings against Fairfax. Meanwhile, governor north MS finally breaking his silence he interviewed with CBS this morning for the first time since those medical yearbook pictures surfaced the full interview will air tomorrow on CBS this morning. The Grammy's will pay tribute tonight to Motown with a performer who never actually recorded for the legendary label CBS news correspondent Wendy Gillette explains singer smoke. Okay. Robinson says don't diss jaylo..

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"roeder" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Roeder a Plum school board member has resigned after posting what some considered to be an anti Muslim message on social media. Brian was Naski reposted a remark about Muslims in congress on Facebook. He said it was accidentally reposted and has since been deleted the school board president called the post highly insensitive. The man accused of killing eleven people at the tree of life synagogue in October is scheduled to be arraigned Monday morning in federal court Robert Bowers faces sixty three charges in addition to the eleven killed in the massacre. Several others were injured including six police officers. Four of whom were shot Ross park mall has presented plans for redeveloping. The former Sears space to the board of commissioners. They'll review the proposal at a public hearing tomorrow, Katie radio's Shelby cosc- has more. The plans include demolition of the Sears space to build a new. Three story building. Plus a two story standalone building president of the Ross township border Commissioner Steve Cordell tells Katie k radio what the mall wants to put in these buildings. They're talking about adding a fitness center, adding a cinema, adding other retail and restaurants. There's also talks of relocating the food court and using that location to hold local businesses. Shelby Cassese NewsRadio ten twenty. Katie k the Rachel Carson bridge will close tomorrow until next year vehicle and pedestrian traffic will be detoured onto the Andy Warhol bridge during the twenty three million dollar rehabilitation project the bridge will have three wider lanes instead of the current four when it reopened and that's expected in the summer of twenty twenty Virginia's governor says he will not step down. But as pledged to work at healing, the state's racial divide. Governor Ralph north announced that he will stay in his position during a cabinet meeting. Even as calls mount for his Lieutenant governor to resign. After two women accused Justin Fairfax of sexual assault. And after state attorney general Mark herring admitted to wearing black face at a college party in nineteen eighty the director at the center for politics at the university of Virginia. Larry Sabado, he's clearly not going anytime soon. Ralph Northam has dug in his heels. And there really is nothing to force a governor out who's willing to endure humiliation. And this one clearly is US backed Syrian forces say they have launched the final push to take back the small territory. Isis extremists still hold in eastern, Syria. CBS CBS news correspondent Charlie DEA goddess in eastern Syria near the border with Iraq in he says, the attack began only after America's allies allowed thousands of civilians to flee the men have been separated.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"roeder" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"I'm melinda. Roeder the Rachel. Carson bridge will close tomorrow until next year vehicle and pedestrian traffic will be detoured onto the Andy Warhol bridge during the twenty three point three million dollar rehabilitation project. The bridge will have three wider lanes instead of the current four. When it reopens that's expected in the summer of twenty twenty a Plum school board member has resigned after posting what sun considered to be an anti Muslim message on social media. Brian was Naski reposted a remark about Muslims in congress on Facebook. He said it was accidentally reposted and has since been deleted the school board president called the post highly insensitive plans are in the works to transform the old Sears store at Ross park mall. Here's Katie radio's Shelby. Cassese president of the Ross township board of commissioners Steve core. Bell shared the plans on his face. Facebook page Tuesday with photos of what the mall has proposed for the former senior space. He tells Katie k radio proposing a demolition of the existing Sears space, and constructing a three story building there. And then also adjacent to the old Sears location. A second out parcel. That'll be a two story retail space redevelopment could include a movie theater fitness center relocation of the food court. The board will consider the plans at a public hearing scheduled for Monday at seven thirty Shelby Cassese NewsRadio ten twenty k the man accused of killing eleven people at the tree of life synagogue in October is scheduled to be arraigned Monday morning in federal court Robert Bowers faces sixty three charges in addition to the eleven killed in the massacre. Several others were injured including six police officers. Four of whom were shot, South Korea's foreign ministry has announced a new deal with the United States on how much soul should pay for the twenty eight thousand five hundred US troops on its soil. South Korean Foreign Minister can Kwong wa and US State Department official. Timothy beds said in a meeting in Seoul that the two allies have negotiated a deal that works for both of them. CBS's? Don, Kirk has more on that story. The US and South Korean negotiators signed an agreement for the south to pay more than nine hundred million dollars this year covering the cost of U S forces in Korea of eight point two percent from last year US negotiator Timothy bets. Seize the deal is vital for the US Korean alliance after giving up in ten rounds of talks on President Trump's initial demand for a one hundred percent increase in South Korea's contribution Virginia's governor says he will not step down, but has pledged to work at healing, the state's racial divide governor Ralph north amounts that he will stay in his position during a cabinet meeting. Even as calls mount for his Lieutenant governor to resign after two women accused Justin Fairfax of sexual assault. And after state attorney general Mark herring admitted to wearing black face at a college party in nineteen eighty the director at the center of politics for the university of Virginia. Larry Sabato says that there is no. Way to force north amount of office. If he's willing to endure the humiliation. But he tried to explain again, why he was sure that he was in the photo to begin with. And then sure he wasn't the next day. And once again, it failed to convince anybody who was really paying attention music's biggest night is upon us. The Grammy awards will honor the top albums and songs of the year. CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman. Previews the Grammy's for us. This is appropriately called music's biggest night, the Grammys or the music industry's top award. This will be the sixty first Grammy ceremony the host this year. Alicia Keys, more than eighty awards will be handed out. Most will be presented during a ceremony before the primetime telecast on CBS the major awards though, including record song in the album of the year will be announced on the primetime show. The Grammys are tonight at eight o'clock on CBS in Katy K sports. The penguins lost last night. Tampa Bay final score five to four they'll head to Philly tomorrow.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"roeder" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Thirty. I'm melinda. Roeder two men were rushed to the hospital last night after an apparent home invasion and happened on Moore avenue. In Knoxville police say the homeowner fired several shots at the alleged intruder. He's now in critical condition. The male resident also suffered a gunshot wound to the hand. He's going to be okay police said several people were inside the home at the time. The Parkway east has been reopened at the bathtub area this morning after previously being closed due to flooding the Parkway north ramp from fort Duquesne bridge to the Parkway east has also been reopened PWS's customers may not be thrilled with impending rate creases, but Katie K radio's shall be Cassesse reports. One local organization says the money will go too much needed improvements. So the increases will result in residential customers. Paying about an extra nine dollars a month. The money will go towards lead line repair services for low-income families and. Modifications on customer belts. Tom Hoffman is what the Sierra Club and our water campaign and says the increases are in the best interest of PWS customers. I think people understand that we need to invest in our infrastructure, and you know. Settlement helps to the increases are likely to go into effect before the end of the month. Shelby. Cosc- newsradio. Ten twenty. K more troubles for top Democrats in the state of Virginia. A second woman is accusing Virginia's Lieutenant governor of sexual assault. Meredith Watson says Justin Fairfax raped her in two thousand while they were both students at Duke University. Fairfax has previously been accused of sexually assaulting a California college professor in two thousand four the democratic. Lieutenant governor is now facing mounting calls for him to resign. Patrick hope is a democratic member of Virginia's house of delegates and he says he'll introduce articles of impeachment against Fairfax. If the Lieutenant governor doesn't resign by Monday. I sincerely hope that it doesn't come to this. I sincerely hope that I don't have to file articles of impeachment on Monday. Fairfax denies both allegations the Lieutenant governor calls Watson's claim demonstrably false in a statement. Fairfax demands a full investigation to clear his good name. California congresswoman Barbara Lee delivered the weekly democratic address this morning, she focused much of her address on black history month, but also use the message to criticize President Trump his state of the union speech and some of his policies and after offering a lukewarm pledge of unity in his speech. He then turned around and threaten anyone who would hold him accountable. President Trump has announced that he will meet with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN later this month in Vietnam. This comes as the US special Representative for North Korea spent three days there reporter, Don Kirk has more. He said there was still hard work to do. And that he was confident that they can make real progress. Those are cover up germs in a sense indicating that they still don't know where they're going in this summit one great issue is whether or not President Trump and Kim Jong can agree on an end of war declaration that the North Koreans very much want as do the south. Korea's in Katie K sports. The penguins are in Tampa Bay tonight at seven o'clock pit hosts NC state at two. You can hear that game on ninety three seven the fan. It's seven thirty four the AccuWeather forecast in two minutes. The.

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

"roeder" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Roeder reports the water was still close to freezing. Hold windy weather about one hundred people took the plunge into the frigid Mon river many like Frank calling have done this several years in a row. He says it's a great way to ring in the new year cleansing in the mon- all that it implies the annual event raises thousands of dollars for project bundle up from the bond Warf, Melinda. Roeder NewsRadio ten twenty thirty gay marching bands, equestrian groups and floats covered in thousands of flowers all gathered for the New Year's day rose parade in Pasadena, California CBS's Steve Futterman, was there says diversity was a key component of this year's parade. There have been complaints throughout the years that the rose parade did not have enough minority. Representation. This year, though, diversity seemed to break through the president of the rose parade for the first time as an African American and this year's rose parade Queen yesterday in an article she wrote for the LA times revealed that she is bisexual. This is the one hundred thirty. With annual parade in Pasadena, a NASA probe four point one billion miles from earth has reached the farthest celestial body ever studied by humans the new horizon spacecraft flew by the frozen distant world called ultimate Tuli early. New Year's morning. CBS news space consultant Bill Harwood is at mission control, six hours more than six hours actually for radio signals from that distance to reach earth, and what all was done confirmation of a successful. Fly by came in early this morning, prompting a wild round of cheers and applause among flight controllers and a large crowd of guests here. Scientists expect a stream of information to continue in sports in the Citrus Bowl Penn. State lost to Kentucky twenty seven twenty four this afternoon. Jeff Hathor an has more sports coming up for you at six forty six..

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"roeder" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Roeder the FBI continues to investigate yesterday's shooting at tree of life synagogue and the suspected suspected gunman Katie gay radios. Joe DO reports the FBI has completed a search a forty six year old Robert Bowers home in Baldwin borough and have searched his vehicle special agent in charge. Bob Jones, says they're still reviewing social and digital media. At this point. We have nothing to indicate that Bowers had accomplices. But again, we are in the early stages of this investigation hours faces twenty nine federal accounts. Twenty two of which are punishable by death the crime scene in and around tree of light. Synagogue remains coordoned-off processing that scene could take up to a week county operations center in North Point breeze. Joe NewsRadio ten twenty Katie. K we now know the names of all eleven victims from yesterday's mass shooting. They are Joyce Feinberg of Oakland. Richard Godfried of Ross township rose mailing are of squirrel hill. Jerry Rabinowitz of Edgewood brothers. See and David Rosenthal of squirrel hill. Spouses, Bernice and Sylvan Simon of Wilkins Berg, Daniel Stein of squirrel hill. Melvin wax of squirrel hill and Irving younger of mount Washington. The victims range in age from sixty five to ninety seven six people were also injured including four police officers to people one civilian and one officer remain in critical condition. The Jewish Federation of greater Pittsburgh will hold an interfaith vigil today at soldiers and sailors memorial in Oakland doors, open at three the service will begin at five tonight parking in the garage below will be free community leaders and squirrel hill. Residents are praising police for their courageous response to Saturday's massacre. But today city police chief Scott Schubert offered his condolences and support to the local Jewish community. We have a strong relationship with the Jewish community in Pittsburgh. And I just want to tell them that we grieve with you. We support you. And we're here for you. We will continue to work with you. This was a tragic thing for everybody. Meanwhile, the world is mourning the shooting here in Pittsburgh for many the shooting is a painful reminder of what happened at the AME church in Charleston, South Carolina in two thousand fifteen I'm Jim Krasula. It was cruel irony. The Reverend Eric manning was wrapping up a conference that is Charleston, South Carolina church focusing on the fatal shooting there in June of two thousand fifteen when he heard about the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre manning immediately thought about the similarities he said, quote, it's immensely troubling. We've come so far from a growth perspective, but we've taken so many steps backward in terms of civility at in terms of working with each other. Jim Krasula CBS news in other national news, CBS news is learning. More about the motive of Caesar Sayek. The man accused of sending at least thirteen pipebombs to opponents of President Trump CBS news correspondent, Alison keys has more a high. Banking law enforcement source tells CBS news that say I didn't intend to hurt anyone. And that's why the bombs were not connected to source says it is believed that built at least some of the bombs inside his white van and some material was recovered from the vehicle sack was living in a van he stopped talking to police and has retained an attorney. In Katie.

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Syria says it's committed to 'liberate' Idlib

The Inside Story With Marty Griffin

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Syria says it's committed to 'liberate' Idlib

"The presidents of Iran. Russia and Turkey are meeting in Tehran discussing the civil war in Syria ahead of a possible military offensive to retake the last rebel-held area. I live province. Iran. President Hodgson Ruhani says America's intervention in Syria should immediately end and the fight should continue until all extremists are up rooted in Syria, particularly in Idlib Defense Secretary James Mattis has arrived in Kabul, Afghanistan on a surprise. Visit. He's expected to meet with Afghan US in NATO military commanders. Well, as president

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Carla Maloney, Melinda Roeder and Trevor Williams discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Carla Maloney, Melinda Roeder and Trevor Williams discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

"Until the American people. Go full measure of judge. Kavanagh's record even before Trump announced his nominee. Democrats were pushing for the confirmation process to be postponed until after the midterm election in November Melinda Roeder NewsRadio ten twenty Katie gay Bieber county. Republican committee secretary Carla Maloney has resigned in a Facebook post she referred to black NFL players who kneel during the national anthem as babboons in another post. She said overpaid ignorant blacks should go to Africa. In sports Trevor Williams shut down the reds in a five one pirates win Monday. The Steelers practiced without no-show Latvian bell yesterday..

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Catholic Diocese of Greensburg releases report including apology for 'past failures'

Medical Frontiers

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Catholic Diocese of Greensburg releases report including apology for 'past failures'

"The Greensburg Catholic dioceses says it will release a. List of clergy who face credible allegations of child sex abuse when a full. Report from that statewide investigating grand jury is released that could be, this week it's expected, to be the Greensburg diocese has a progressive update on. Protection of children on. Its website today in it that ISIS, offers what it calls a sincere apology to the survivors of sex abuse into all those impacted by the grievous failures of the

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Allegheny County Health Department to begin spraying for mosquitoes in some Pittsburgh neighborhoods

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

02:50 min | 2 years ago

Allegheny County Health Department to begin spraying for mosquitoes in some Pittsburgh neighborhoods

"Open enrollment begins November first. Melinda Roeder NewsRadio ten twenty gay a man is behind bars after a reported machete attack in, greenfield this afternoon Pittsburgh police officers were. Dispatched to the cogos in the four thousand block of beechwood boulevard just before two o'clock this afternoon four reports of a stabbing police say they. Took twenty five year old Thomas burn into. Custody he, is accused of attacking Twenty-seven-year-old employees. With two machetes before patrons restrained him police, believe Burr knew the victim who was. Transported to the hospital in series but stable condition burn was uninjured in the attack in, the Allegheny county jail facing assault charges east Brits Berg officer. Michael Roosevelt has waived his case to court Roosevelt's charged. With criminal. Homicide in the fatal shooting of unarmed seventeen year. Old Antoine rose during a traffic stop last month the allegany county DA's. Office announced today. Rossville waved his, preliminary hearing scheduled for Friday and will not be in court until his arraignment on August twenty second allegany county health Department will start spraying for mosquitoes this week in the city's West End. And northside, citing recent, samples of mosquitoes testing positive for West Nile. Virus crews will be spraying pesticide from eight to ten PM Thursday same hours, Friday if it rains health department entomologist built. At our hotels Katie k ATV the. Spraying is ahead of schedule due to the wet winter and spring it's much earlier in the year we're getting. A lot more mosquitoes I numbers mosquitoes and are very. High incidence of virus the health department will use Zanna vex and says it is safe for children and pets no one in allegany county has tested positive for. West Nile this season congressional Republicans are expressing deep skepticism of the Trump, administration's, plan to bail out farms hit by terrorists saying farmers want free trade not handouts agricultural committee chair Pat Roberts Republican from Kansas said they would much prefer trade rather than aid. And GOP Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska says Trump's trade war quote is cutting the legs out from under farmers and Whitehouse's plan is to spend twelve. Billion dollars on gold crutches CBS news says, singer Demi Levato was hospitalized today for an alleged heroin overdose according to TMZ report LAPD, officials confirmed to. CBS news that they responded to a drug overdose at. A home on, the block in Hollywood hills where Levada is home is located a source. Told people that Levada was stable. And that the overdose was not Heroin related on Wall Street today, Hefferin Tillerson says the Dow closed up one hundred, ninety seven points at twenty five, thousand to forty one the NASDAQ was down one. Point in sports. The pirates take their ten game winning streak into tonight's. Game in Cleveland it's six thirty three triple a. traffic at AccuWeather next introductory loan rates. Come and go and now a page from the diary of. Flo dear diary the ghost is back this house is protected through progressive but that doesn't mean it's not haunted how, else would you explain, that radiator, like clanking sound..

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Bayer to stop sales of birth control device tied to injuries

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

03:09 min | 2 years ago

Bayer to stop sales of birth control device tied to injuries

"Katie k. a radio now is, eighty five. Degrees at three o'clock I'm rose Ryan Douglas state. Police say a red Pontiac sedan matching, the description of one belonging just seventy. Four year old Caroline Brad Hoover was found, burnt out on French, island road near Perry operas today, they are working to, confirm ownership of that car there was a body in the car. But the identity has not been confirmed Brad Hoover was last seen late, Tuesday night leaving the junction tavern star. Junction Fayette county, state police say as of. Now foul play is not suspected but has not been entirely ruled. Out seventeen people died after, a duck boat sank in a lake near Branson Missouri. Last evening KO l. RTD reporter Joe Moreno says children are among the dad we've heard so. Far ages ranging between, two and seventy years old but as of right now we are still not sure about How many are children of. The fourteen survivors seven or in the, hospital three of those people were under. The age of eighteen a severe thunderstorm hit, when the boat was, on the lake with high winds, kicking up waves as, high as five feet the coastguard and NTSB are investigating the tragedy. In Missouri is raising concerns about the safety of duck boat tourism Katie, radios Melinda Roeder has more of just. Jackie tours in, Pittsburgh says his company takes. Extra safety measures being on a relatively narrow river and so close. To the point you're never, more than two hundred fifty four Sure we keep our vessels very very, close to shore for a number of different reasons availing reason to safety Chris Diario says all just Ducky boats. Have two captains on board with plenty of life. Preservers and rans strategically placed for a quick river exit of weather should become an. Issue from station square Melinda. Roeder NewsRadio ten twenty five people are in the hospital, following an, accident this morning involving a port authority bus happened just before eight thirty when a van, allegedly ran a red light and crashed into the. Number sixteen bus, at the intersection of Sandusky street, and east general Robinson street on the north? Shore four people on the. Bus and one in the van were taken to the hospital no word on their conditions this hour also no word on any pending, charges the mystery of the missing books and. Pages from Carnegie library may have been solved and it's quite a story the district attorney's office is charging sixty. One year. Old Greg priori who was the sole archivist at the. Library's rare book room and fifty four year old John Schulman of squirrel hill who owns Caliban bookshop the. DA says that's where many of the valley Items. Were found both men. Turn themselves in, for arraignment this morning value of the stolen items were then eight million dollars they're doing court August I the maker of. A permanent contraceptive implant subject you thousands of injury reports from women and repeated, safety restrictions by regulators says it will stop selling it advice in the US bear says the safety of its assure implant. Has not changed and it will stop selling the device at the end of the year due to weak sales last year Bayer stopped selling the device in Europe more, than sixteen thousand US women are suing bear over issuer on Wall Street Hefferin Tillerson says the Dow is up. Nine points at twenty five thousand seventy three the. NASDAQ is up one point right now in sports the pirates get back into action. Tonight in Cincinnati it's a..

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Dow marks 4th straight gain as stocks finish broadly higher after Powell testimony

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Dow marks 4th straight gain as stocks finish broadly higher after Powell testimony

"Brooks from CBS look back on the day on Wall Street stocks pulled a u-turn midway through. The session and finished. In the green with the NASDAQ at a record high fed chair Jerome Powell provided some assistance in testimony to congress saying the economy continues to look solid, with rate hikes continuing to be. Gradual the Dow rose fifty five points. To twenty five thousand one hundred, nineteen NASDAQ up forty nine points to seventy eight fifty five s&p higher by eleven. Points at twenty. Eight oh nine Netflix shares took a dive after the video stream or missed earnings expectations, and did not gain nearly as, many subscribers in the second quarter as it, had previously guided Jason Brooks CBS news Rose what's happening with news coming up at seven o'clock from the one, jet news desk This afternoon President Trump sought to. Clarify some of what he said in Helsinki yesterday at least six suspects will be charging what police believe with a racially motivated attack at an Avalon. Bar n que, decay radio's Melinda Roeder is at. A public hearing on community relations today we're state lawmakers heard. Testimony from local police officers we'll have those stories at seven on NewsRadio ten twenty Meryl Streep and share reunite for. The entertainment tonight user in Hollywood I'm Kelly night momma Here we go again marks a few milestones for Meryl Streep not..

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"roeder" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"roeder" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"After the news is brought to, you by right automotive the. Best deal in, Pittsburgh and earlier today there may have been a better time for, this to come up but a hearing on police community relations and the city and our own Melinda Roeder was there how? Did, things go today well this was a public hearing that included olive the the Senate and House. Democratic policy committee members and this hearing was actually held at the request of Representative Ed Gainey in response to the police. Shooting of, Antoine rose, he said you know the time is ripe for this and invited all of these state lawmakers all democratic state lawmakers to come here and to meet with law enforcement officials from local municipalities as well as state. Police that were there they had a lot of questions. That. Came up today questions lake background, checks for police officers, monitoring of, police officers social media in other words. To check for Things like. Inappropriate content that they might be posting on social media something that might be racist or or just otherwise offensive and and then they, also talked a little bit. About cultural diversity, training and what training is available in what training these police officers, are actually required to undergo whenever they're hired with the new department and of course they face a lot of challenges of? Example, a couple of the police department said even if this training is available for free we don't. Have the funding we don't have enough police officers to cover the streets so that we can send some officers to one. Of these, classes rate, valid point so what are you what are you what are you gonna do when you don't have these resources available state police they do have a pretty robust program were they talk with the cadets about racial. Profiling and other cultural diversity issues and not just issues. That. Affect African Americans but all sorts, of minorities when we're, talking about. Different ethnic groups that are religious For example, but that's at the state. Police level in a lot of again local municipalities may not have the same kind of requirements or resources what are the things it's concerning..

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Hurricane Chris Causing Dangerous Rip Currents Along The Jersey Shore

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

03:02 min | 2 years ago

Hurricane Chris Causing Dangerous Rip Currents Along The Jersey Shore

"The best deal in pittsburgh five twenty katy k radio larry richard john chamois on vacation the president is in brussels and he is supposed to meet with vladimir putin at some point we'll have whatever's happening there on coming up with paul rasmussen in just a few minutes and right after the news christina applegate is going to star in a netflix comedy series called dead to make weather wise were into that point of the season where you're going to start hearing more and more about tropical storms and hurricanes in this case hurricane chris it's over five hundred miles from north carolina's easternmost point and expected to weaken to a post tropical cyclone but still beachgoers along the east coast being warned of heavy surf and life threatening rip currents cbs correspondent jim krasula even though hurricane chris's far out to sea and walt threat the us it is generating rough surf and dangerous rip currents from north carolina's outer banks north to the coast of new england authorities including tom coughlin are urging people to stay out of the choppy water i think people tend to not understand how much of a risk of really is coastal flood advisories are posted along the new jersey coast jim chrysalis cbs news ocean city maryland time for the katie kane name the newsmaker a pair of tickets to the pittsburgh symphony orchestra's performance of the valdis the four seasons hind saul wednesday august i seven o'clock and the question is what state are the brewers from four one two nine two to two ten twenty shaven lo hana law firms studios has the voice of pittsburgh news from katy k a radio now sixty and pittsburgh international had five thirty five paul rasmussen president trump is finishing a second day of meetings with leaders at nato headquarters here in brussels the president has ruffled europe's feathers but he's also got nato leaders to agree with him that they're not spending enough on defense summit declaration calls on nato countries to do more and make further progress but there's no nato country that comes close to mr trump's new demand that member nations spend four percent of their gdp on their military so cbs white house correspondent steven portnoy in brussels the us is on pace to leapfrog both saudi arabia and russia to become the world's biggest oil producer the latest data released by the energy information administration suggests american output will grow again next year to one eleven point eight million barrels day making the united states the world's number one producer governor tom wolfe says he'll appeal of fema decision to deny fan financial aid for flood dam in the pittsburgh area katie k radio's melinda roeder reports severe weather from february to april left south western pennsylvania the real mess to clean up flooding and landslides governor wolf asked the.

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PennDOT workers injured in work-zone crash

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

01:22 min | 2 years ago

PennDOT workers injured in work-zone crash

"Stick product spending to defense and then he launched an attack on a nato member germany for gas deal it made with russia mr trump criticized germany for failing to raise its defense spending calling berlin captive to russia has been brought up by other presidents other presidents did anything about it because i don't think they understood it they just didn't want to get involved but i have to bring it up because i think it's very unfair our country it's very unfair tax payer in the trump administration is preparing tariffs on another two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese imports we have more on that with cbs is bill rakoff ten percent tariffs would be imposed on a list of more than six thousand chinese products everything from burglar alarms to macro the move which was expected would escalate a trade war with china last week the us imposed twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products beijing responded by hitting the same amount of us imports the us complains that china uses predatory practices including cyber theft to challenge american technological dominance bill rakoff cbs news washington pen dot is reminding drivers to put down their phones especially in work zones that's after a construction flagger was hit and injured by car this week in lawrence county spokesperson yasmin mini she tells katie k radio there's something else drivers can do to prevent accidents thirty percent of the work zone crashes occurred at the result of speeding motorists we also want to remind motors to a by posted signs and especially pay attention to flagger when they're in the works now there are over nine thousand nine hundred work zone crashes in pennsylvania each year a new audit shows the state may have mismanaged funds intended to help low income families heat their homes during the winter katie k radios melinda roeder has that state auditor general eugene to pass quality is blasting the pennsylvania department of community and economic development for failing to track eligible recipients in a weatherization assistance program if somebody on that list longer than others you put them to the top of the list you try to figure out why they're on that list longer megan ask any kid kindergartner that maybe they need to be put in charge of this program at dc d it can't do any worse the audit also shows the department has failed to distribute nearly five and a half million dollars in federal aid melinda roeder newsradio ten twenty katie gay in sports pirates reliever stephen brown walked in runs in a.

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"roeder" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"roeder" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Of these guidelines serviceable you joints sometimes you need a needles irt or whatever you know it's too easy to overlook and just dump and fill as we call it move on phil and move on that's never good don't wanna dump it filling move on so as far as hurts go that's lubricating chaffey it just depends on the and what it is has anything been replaced on where we're at tuneups i love tuneups do we do tuneups anymore dan nuts that was grandpa's word it's kind of a map yeah so tuneups used to call for spark plugs distributor cap roder points condenser set dwell set the gap aside from the spark plugs cars don't have points of roeder's points and condenser anymore and distribute capstan broder's almost going away of ninety eight percent of the cars most the stuff is either coil over or coil pack that a spark program so a lot of cars don't even have sparked for wires anymore they got little boots the corporate tax but we do still see the some of the older coil patched could have three in three wires running somewhere else yes yes yeah or just even even essential coil that wires all come off but no no distributors no caps have moving parts like a really tuneup wise the only thing we have is spark plugs and coil boots or spark plugs and spark plug wires right this far as that goes in you might want to throw into that replacing the fuel filter and thirty thousand miles which serves fuelfilter right a lot of vehicles now have gone away from that they're in the tank and you only replace the fuel stranger etc and when you do a pump on the car a lot of times when people ask how much does a tuneup well first of all why are we talking about education i don't use that term anymore are you having a driveability problem we have the engine light on you yeah yeah search your car doing yeah so yeah for sure again bryan if you're not talking a quality repair facility how many.

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"roeder" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"roeder" Discussed on Car Talk

"Right happens as you're applying the brakes and it gets worse allowed her as you come to a stop especially a hard stop like coming down a hill is that what you right right and as a car's going real slow it gets to get louder sounds like you have a problem with your brakes well the shade tree mechanic who put in the brake pads didn't turn the roeder's and he was telling me thought it was because of the glaze on there and if this is the case i'm wondering it does it matter can i just let this go or is it something that's you know going to be a serious problem it's a curious thing that almost all other parts of the car when they make peculiar noises they usually are an indication that something is imminently going to fall apart break fall off the car or causa terrible accident right except in the case of breaks breaks can make all kinds of crazy noises and sounds and most of the time it doesn't mean that all those terrible things are going to happen it's breaks like that i never thought of it until this very moment i never thought of much no think of anything until i hear myself say you know that's bull well reactionist thank god i didn't i say this actually is true this is true i don't know if it's true i would guess that the guy put this shade tree mechanic of yours put in new pads and there you have disgraced on four wheels for those that don't know and he put in new paths but he did not replace resurface the disks bet he did not put in the factory pads either no i bought 'em myself at a at a auto supply store actually i bought the best ones they had in their lifetime warranty but will they the nine bucks.

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"roeder" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"roeder" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Roeder was supposed to be your animists or not it's easy david ortiz failed adriana another a supposed to be anonymous or not i think it's easy there but when you deal with innuendo rumors or or things like that it makes it very very difficult well look you know me my feeling is what it is probably in the minority i just think this certain guys who you know bormann all fame for what they did on the field whether they eventually used performance enhancing drugs or not i don't care and to me you you gotta have barry bonds and all thayn the guy belongs to the guy did things in baseball nobody ever did so you are not moved by joe morgan i'm not i don't like what the guy is person in a world that was a jerk and i certainly can't stand roger clemens but i mean you know the guys did stuff that nobody did roger clemens one seven seiyung awards i'm sorry there's a hall of famer strong opinion like that do anything to the low volume he's guys though because you know but here's the thing you know i'm sure and i don't know i don't know of joe morgan did or not but back in those days we all know what is their role steamroll popping those green that's right so oh god but it was okay because it was okay to give me i'm glad you brought that up because that's what really makes this so dining force who is the arbitrator on what type of drug his record and what type of drug is not you could of course was the arbitrator of that who is the god of drugs to tell us what is good and what's not good and i'm like you man it's not that i don't care gm korologos are more towards the gray than i am with you write it'll add that i don't care what did that i look at the big picture of it and barry bonds and roger clemens big picture to me and i know they treated confident than killers but i wasn't sticking the needle into no one hundred percent of our god confident that stuff happened but i saw enough success before that ever happened and isos excess that is.

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"roeder" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"roeder" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Rid of it but i'm just wondering what when the vast eyeing those of us sprang to do that as soon as you start to see agree reigning up but just realize it a few it let's say get you definitely get your good plans out of there you'll plant him some place where you can come out of this area entirely but if you go out there and her tell you this going to be tearing up the root system in that's not going to necessarily kill it so that's why you're going to have to come back after your roeder tell it in it may take a year or two to finally get rid of the poison ivy it's not going to be a one time y'all's circumstance for less so just keep that in mind and the reason why i'm saying that is when my family first move from the city out to ellis fell we had a huge thing of poison ivy at the far end of our backyard we had a farmer come in heat to young whether track actor and apply our something i forget exactly what mechanism here any toward all up in yeah that got rid of a lot of it but we still battle poison ivy for several years way back then now we've got different herbicides and things like that but just realize it's not gonna be gone just with one let's say one big effort all right erdut of yet yeah good luck with attia poison ivy mike miller kmox guard hotline back after these messages this is a revolutionary change the administration moves on to a tax reform largest significant tax cuts in american history will congress getting together to get a lease let's have some honesty here lying is a growth industry head who benefits wealthy americans are not getting a tax contests fears cure poet day take league is workers will be everyday working families talk talk about who we can pay for the entire tax cut through gross on newsradio eleven twenty kmox just realize improving your.

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"roeder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"roeder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of movement i guess is jonathan scar itunes s k a r idea when his novel sales and for now published by nop before we get into more of your novels pawn i wonder wrote about other things don't you have a very different profession that of a cognitive neuroscientists and for the largest fragrance manufacturer in the world sure so yes on my background is in your science my my peers dis and cognitive neuroscience which means i'm very interested in what happens in the brain when you experience certain things an and perfume manufactures at one and know that yes those are the specific experience i'm interested in is what happens in your brain when you smell things or when you taste things and how does that impact your perception and wellbeing so for instance you know so in these kinds of companies manufacturer of a fragrances and sonia how these really amazingly talented people who create the fragrances and they're really good at creating things that people like very much but you know the people who buy that stuff are not just interested in had dawn ext they're also interested in functional things like okay can and roeder make me sleep better kind of notre make me feel more focused what kind of effects does this over half on my perception my behavior than people are interested and things like wellbeing and so on nowadays so it's not just a matter of whale vomit or the smell of roses noth not just as not a simple as that because imagine in that industry you're operating at a high level of off of had on its so everything you smell theoretically has been created so that people like it very much i can't see much of a connection between that career and the part of.

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