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No acknowledgement, no thanks for Rosalind Franklin who made the discovery of DNA structure possible
"It's the centenary of rosen. franklin's birth. This year she who made watson crick's revelation of the structure of dna possible. Her photograph of dna made all the difference and was featured in western. Play called photograph. fifty one with nicole. Kidman who else is franklin. But it was after dna. According to patricia farrer of clare college cambridge that her work on viruses and irony made work like this year's fast production of covid vaccine possible all that worth two nobel prices so far. Thank you think just portrait by malcolm. I'm watson i'm creek. Let us show. You are trick. We have found the seed of life sprang from. We believe we're stew of molecular goo with a period of thirty four angstrom. So just think this means to our respective genes that sakes did not be disgusting or you girls. Try that trick of watson and crick and achieved. Double helix lusting cheeky was recited by james watson and francis creek at a symposium in june nine hundred fifty three to celebrate the discovery of the double helix in nineteen sixty two. They received the nobel prize for this work. Along with morris wilkins. They've been basking in the glory of his saints but there was another crucial contribution to solving the puzzle of deny that of the dock lady of dna roslyn franklin. He's francis creek acknowledging homework on bbc radio in nineteen ninety nine. It was fairly fast. But you know we were lucky. You must remember. It was based off the x ray. Were done here in london. Started off by. Murray's wilkins and carried on by rosen in franklin and we wouldn't have got to the stage of least having a molecular model if it hadn't been for their work will the story is very bleak. She was naps. Brilliant x ray photographer and this was how the physical reality of the double helix model was first. Seen because wont watson and crick quarrel remodelers that that is they were abstract scientists. They were thera- titians so they were making the model as it were in their heads out of those bubbles and sticks that we all know so well which made the double helix model. What roslyn franklin's incredible achievement walls that she was a technically quite brilliant with this new and difficult apparatus of x ray photography and she showed this first image. Hilary rose from city university london. She's been a sociologist. of science. Since the mid seventy s and the image is referring to is the x ray picture taken by rosalind franklin niners photograph number fifty one. It displays a doc. Black spotty cross shape which confirmed for watson and creek. They hypothesise that. The structure of dna is in fact. A double helix. Hilary rose is passionate about rosine. Franklin's contribution and believed her story is one of appropriation and rasiah without her consent. These pictures were taken by the third noble prize winner. Wilkins and they were shown to watson and crick in cambridge and this is appropriation. I mean there are harder woods for it. A ratio of course was dramatic in the nobel prize acceptance speeches. Roslyn is by then dead. So little people forget those no question hoping for price. 'cause they not give them to the dead they given to the living so the three man. None of them acknowledged her work public. What she gets is a footnote in morris wilkin so that's the asia and you would have thought on the occasion art a such a thing as the nobel prize. The woman is dead that there would have been case for little generosity. Not a hint of a three man. Just carry on as if she hadn't existed as she hadn't done the pioneering extra work. It wasn't a pool in shabby story. And there's plenty in the history of science strong views from sociologist. Hilary rose no matter which way you look at it though. The mystery of this dark lady is intriguing author. Brinda medics was so fascinated by rosalind franklin. That she's recently completed a comprehensive biography. He she is with robin williams. Rosen franklin's family very well off for intellectual whether or not they're very wealthy anglo jewish bankers they also had a publishing firm for the sons in the family who actually were inclined to banking rutledge and keegan. Paul you're very distinguished people very proud of their heritage and they trace their ancestry back to king david the founder of jerusalem. So i mean this is a family takes its ancestry seriously and so one of the problems i think was not so much her gender but class. She sounded aristocratic to them. She spoke terribly well very clipped and some people just hated that. And it's one of the many ingredients which actually made her disoriented and not as happy as she might have made a very clever little girl. And i mean as she was growing up quite small. She wasn't very clever. Little girl and i discovered family letter from her aunt mamie. Anyway she noticed rosalyn has a six year old and she rosalind is alarmingly clever. She does her sums for pleasure and invariably gets them right and i thought that alarmingly was very significant because roseland had three brothers but the fact that the girls should be the cleverest really did
Boy, 15, Dead After Being Shot In Roseland Neighborhood Of Chicago
"A 15 year old boys dead after being shot in the Roseland neighborhood. WGN's David Jennings report. The teen was walking near an alley near 100 than South Perry. He was able to tell police he heard gunshots, then felt pain. You've been shot in the head between it and Nevada's Isaiah Way, died it calmer Children's hospital so far, area detectives have not arrested any suspects. If you have any information, you can leave an anonymous tip at CPD tip dot
"roseland" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"News from your neighborhood, Alex what he got I have the Roseland School superintendent resigning this from Santa Rosa, California, The superintendent of Roseland Public schools, has resigned. That's Amy Jones cur. It was confirmed by the board this week, but she will remain on paid administrative leave until her contract expires in June. Her resignation comes just a month after alumni and families from the school district brought up issues of racism, transphobia and other forms of discrimination. That's well, that's an ugly departure. It sounds like okay, Alex. Thank you very much. I'm pretty tough. Well, what about this? This one caught my eye Sam, a tiny village in Austria. They're voting to a Prue approve a name change because they've had some unwanted tourists coming by. Now there's 100 residents in this village called the F word and said What? Won't no, no. You just buried the leap. You're telling like that one in there? Yeah, you did. So the name of the village is the F word? Yes, f blank, blank, blank. I n g. And so now they want to change that name and go by. If you g I n g. So that's the proposal. Yep. I mean, I would approve that. I forget. Apparently, they've had all of these tourists posting sometimes lewdly next to their entrance sign. Um, you know, taking pictures and all that kind of thing and So they've had to replace sign posts concrete. There's been theft and wow, this this name goes back to the 11th century. By the way, all of a sudden, Alex has taken a great deal of interest in this program. What? What did you say? Have you seen there's there's a travel video for this city's Alex. Alex is up on it. It's not for air, but I've seen the travel video for it. Is it funny? It's healthy. A stared don't play with your kids and teachers have had it. Oh, it's like Here's the Yanks School, just blank O since the 11th century. People are only catching on now. Or maybe because social media it's time though. It's time to change times change. How does one bring up legislation like that? Oh, your honor. Okay, we have to press on. What? What should you tell the boss If you travel during the lockdown during this Thanksgiving weekend? Does the boss even have a right to know we go deeper in just three minutes. Give me my traffic reports traffic.
Man killed, another wounded in West Pullman shooting: Chicago police
"A man was killed. Another woman wounded Saturday evening of the West Pullman neighborhood, Police say the member in a vehicle at about 7 P.m. in the 12,200 block of South Eggleston. That's when someone walked up and started shooting. 32 year old man was pronounced dead at Roseland Community Hospital. Police say the other man, 34 was taken to the same hospital. Yeah, gunshot wounds to his arm, neck and hand. He was listed in serious condition
"roseland" Discussed on Limitless Mindset
"This is Jonathan with limitless mindset. And today we have a little bit of a treat four you my wife Ghana Review. Hey guys she is going to be sharing with us a audio book chapter from her upcoming Book and this Audio Book Chapter is entitled the Bad Boy Syndrome and told them just a little bit about your book. Please okay so my book is for single women who are looking for a serious relationship and marriage with a really great guy. And I'm giving some tips for girls and women to avoid the not very favorable types of guys who will not lead to anything serious and what is the title of the book. Well we have a working title here. I have not decided while the original title is going to be. Maybe I will keep that title but I'm not sure but for now the title is I don't need a man to take care of me and other mets preventing you from finding true love coffers. Yeah Okay. Many women totally contradict themselves. They say out loud that they want a man to give them a full accounting of his whereabouts and what he does to not even acknowledge that other women even exist who watches his words with them cooks for them while they're watching their favorite TV show or speaking to a girlfriend on the phone. Who MAKES NO REMARKS ABOUT ANYTHING? Who Trust them unconditionally? Who doesn't ask them where they are going. Who Does agree with their mother who will do anything to keep them happy and avoid an argument yes but subconsciously they dream of a man who knows what he wants how to seduce them and make them submissive in bed a man who knows exactly when a woman means yes and when she says no he'll love scoring sanely but doesn't submit to her and isn't afraid to argue with her he smells like passion power and decisiveness man must constantly surprise her and keep her on her toes she should not know at what point he might grab her and take her breath away with a kiss like in the movies he must possess the sexy vibe that a nice guy she usually doesn't he has to be a man could get checked out a lot by women and who is also a man of his word in a nutshell a woman's demands for the perfect men are basically endless overall. She does not want to loser quiz not acting like he's entitled to his opinion. She wants an equal partner to match her passion and dominate over her in bed. Sometimes such a man is cold. A bad boy now. Let's talk about Mr bad boy. I will tell you the story of one who was once the business partner and closest friend of my husband our yes and to whom Jonathan really does a lot both positively and negatively. It's about a young man who Jonathan met at a party. You while working as a promoter at a Denver Colorado nightclub. His name was Patrick and he was a very social yet. Average looking guy they really hit it off and soon realized that it had a lot in common. They often hung out together. Doing what young men do having fun. Drinking and picking up girls. Patrick would often take drugs. Like cocaine and ecstasy would smoke like a chimney and would change women the way he changed his underwear for example he would have a girlfriend and would cheat on her with other women whenever he was given the opportunity to do so he really didn't like condoms. Which would lead to unwanted pregnancies abortions and a lot of drama and female tears for at all. I know you have on. Surprisingly he was also a cunning businessman creative.
"roseland" Discussed on WGN Radio
"On the south side they're screening at Roseland hospital on one hundred and eleven and on the northwest side they're screening at the old vehicle emissions testing site on forest preserve Avenue in Antioch testing is by appointment only a prompt med urgent care at route one seventy three in deep like road and some sites have restrictions as to who can get tested those include the sites at Joliet Bolingbrook in Merrillville Indiana expect delays in all these areas while they're open for testing first hand corona viruses at WTTW documentary series that explores the personal first hand perspectives of a diverse group of people whose lives are being impacted by the corona virus pandemic by the documentary series at WTTW dot com slash first hand more laughter WGN traffic central forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center here's meteorologist Morgan called Meyer fifty degrees for a high today that's about five six degrees cooler than the normal high for this time of year we do that with sunshine and some gusty winds those coming in west northwest up to about twenty miles per hour sustained around ten or fifteen not bad today we'll start to work in some clouds tonight so mostly cloudy tomorrow chance for showers as well on Saturday mainly late day evening for that rain and then on and off through Sunday cloudy conditions rain showers and a high of only fifty five degrees next week still cool with highs in the low to mid forties from the WGN weather center I'm working call player it is currently forty three at here forty two at midway forty one degrees officially at o'hare we're standing by for the White House briefing on the corona virus today it's coming a bit more early in the day than typical of that probably because of the Good Friday holiday and we'll carry here as it begins was scheduled to start.
Chicago: 2 in custody after vehicle crashes into Roseland homes in chase from suburbs
"Stolen jeep that was being chased by police on I. fifty seven early Sunday rammed into two homes after exiting on the the south south side side happened happened in in the the three three hundred hundred block block of of west west hundred hundred seventh seventh street street two two families families with with young young children children escaped escaped without without serious serious injuries injuries homeowner homeowner Aaron Aaron Miller Miller all all the the workers there is wasted so that the like the but no one was injured though hello this is the model that be okay okay he's okay everybody's okay two men are now in custody there also wanted for an armed robbery
"roseland" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Roseland exit forget a crash involving injuries that knocks out the at least a lane and delays going right on back to route eighty and the W. CBS traffic center I'm Kelly Dylan cloudy tonight lows in the forties in the city thirties in the suburbs milder tomorrow the cloudy with a couple of showers tomorrow site near fifty six forty seven the high on Saturday fifty two degrees now in Hudson square I was getting ready to go out for the evening and my six year old daughter joins me she loves dressing up in my jewelry she held up my Patek Philippe twenty four wants the diamond sparkled in light of the dressing table and she asked me innocently what does it mean when something is really precious precious has two meanings I replied a precious stone like a diamond is rare and beautiful but something really precious can be someone like you I slipped on my pen Tekeli twenty four watch as she clicked on some hearings of mine with glanced at each other she smiled that lovely smile of hers and I thought how truly precious she is and how lucky I am beginning in during love affair with the Patek Philippe twenty four in stainless steel or gold set top weselton diamonds see it and the entire line of Patek Philippe timepieces at London jewelers flagship store americana Manhasset or their other location in East Hampton for over ninety years London jewelers is the name you have trusted for commitment innovation and quality so your range of her husband Robert freedman Jewish activist and philanthropist talk about why they chose the Jewish communal fund for their charitable giving as very busy.
"roseland" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"The same and it's centered around to stunning performances because both moss and her smell <hes> man those those two <hes> speaking of Jessie Buckley and Elizabeth Moss those are my one a and one B of the my favorite moments as hands down yeah it is it's crazy. I I again the the whole music film after music film I mean I I don't know how you feel about vox locks and a star is born but I I love both of those for different reasons but to get to incredible music films last year and then to incredible music films this year. It's pretty pretty wild. It is and there's a whole second half of the year for this year anyway where who knows what we'll see. I loved his stars born. <hes> that's that's a film. I do quite a door. Unfortunately I'm on the other side of the UH of the VOX lox debate. You have to be on one side of the other. There's no there's no middle ground now. I will say though I'm actually in the middle on the film. I I love the first half of the film absolutely door it. I think it's it's as close to being impeccable as it could be but I did not like at all the second half of of that film it I think it's very misguided and as much as I love Natalie Portman and she gives a very committed performance but I don't feel like there's any connective tissue between what she's doing with what we saw with what is essentially the same character that we saw in the first half of the film and because there is a huge time jump between the first half and the second half we there's. There's nothing to explain those differences. It's Johnny affiliates very jody. It is jarring it is and not that the film has to explain everything there is no connective tissue so it felt like two very different films right right and and that was my issue with the film <hes> because it was one that I was loving and then ultimately become mm something else entirely that I just feel like that second half has almost nothing to do with the first half of the film yeah yeah so that that's that's my issue with it but I get it. I Yeah I can see why people love it though as well right odd well. What do you got for your next puzzle well for my next puzzle piece this is I feel like a little bit of a Cheetahs well because I I did talk about this on my show a little bit and it it could be a little bit of a stretch? Maybe this is redundant with some of the other pigs that had here but <hes> when watching wild rose <hes> the the the first time that I saw the film oh a month ago the first film that came to mind for me actually was inside Lewin Davis and that Roseland is a character that while pursuing music like Lewin in that film he just isn't conscience all the ramifications nations of his choices which is exactly what Rosalyn is doing as well now ultimately those two characters go to very different territories but <hes> like Roseanne wanting to get to Nashville to pursue her career Lewin. Davis is on the road constantly trying to do the same thing in fact we see in the film he takes a road trip to Chicago sure because he has an opportunity there which is exactly what Roseland is wanting to to do in Nashville. She thinks they'll be opportunities. There and like Roseland in Nashville Chicago does not work out for Lewin. Honestly I think the only difference between the two characters and I find this juxtaposition and fascinating as that Lewin doesn't have any children any responsibilities to save him from his oblivious nece <hes> right he just wants to pursue music but he doesn't have any sort of grounded centralization to to kind of make sense of the world around him he just kind of drifting and and but he thinks of himself as the next great musician would you might be because has the music of the film is incredible yeah so he he might be the next big thing but he kind of stops himself where Rosalyn she does have that saving grace with our children so she's able to kind of realize that maybe maybe she can only go so far or at least she's. She's willing to put a ceiling on herself because of her children so it evokes this question that I find endlessly fascinating what if Lewin did have a child would would his story end up the same as Roslyn. Maybe it's hard to say because you know that doesn't happen but Roseland was just as lost and just as confused as Lewis Film but she had something that was able to push her off the edge and into reality and Lewin just never really has that he has a scare at the beginning. When there's a confrontation about maybe he got someone pregnant but you know we never really see what the result of any of that is? There's nothing really to to rain enloe and <hes> but I do find the two characters kind of heading in similar directions only only to come to that that fork in the middle of the road you know where on the right is Rosalyn Heading Toward Parenthood and Chore Low and heading to The left just not having that for him so <hes> so that came to mind from a lot when watching while rose absolutely I and I'm always happy to even be thinking about inside Lynn Davis so perfectly happy with you bringing that up as a puzzle piece and I think those are some those those are some really interesting points of view on on those kind of connections and and you know I think they're you know absolutely you know really good insight there. I think it's really good <hes> so I've got one last puzzle. A._P.'s here and this is a movie. I haven't seen in a while so hopefully I'm remembering things properly here in okay in the way I remember it ending but <hes> the Diablo cody film I'm Young Adult <hes> and which you know this this person's just kind of <hes> just kind of messy. Life doesn't really seem to be <hes> you know Oh showing any sign of possibly turning around and the thing is is that I feel like that kind of a trajectory is exactly what rose is not doing here and I feel like it's almost like an anti puzzle piece in a way that it's like inspired to actually have an ending where there is more hope in more <hes> you know more heading in the right direction and you know certainly much more. <hes> an upbeat finale and a more clear sign that this person's actually going to be okay and maybe start making some right choices yeah. That's a really interesting pig. That didn't come to mind mind to me but now that you say that I think that films speaking of young adult and tully actually I think work sure and similar in a similar fashion there as far as how it is the Anti Weld rose but at the same time they they are very similar. It's like those films are working backwards but then heading in the same direction sure sure so yeah that does that didn't even come to mind but yeah I love that right on right on and you you know those are also a totally as well. <hes> you know really great interesting movies with like you know very different from anything else. I think they take on your point of view in a very unique way. She's got got a very interesting way to her with her her right and yeah yeah yeah absolutely I agree now. So what do you got next. You got another puzzle piece. That was my last one <hes> the last one that I have here and I don't know if I have much to say about it because I haven't seen it in a long long time and like tender mercies. This is one of those that I watched with my dad way back when but the nineteen eighty film urban cowboy came to mind for me because that film at least much of it centers around a local country music club and that's something that we see with Roseland <hes> at the very beginning of the film she's like I guess like the main singer of the local country entry bar in Glasgow and at the end of the film after going to Nashville again like she has that epiphany where she realizes that the the local makeup of you know where she's at like like that Kinda defines who she is and it allows for her to to kind of be the local country music artists and also she's able to Kinda take care of her kids so the fact that glass cow again has a a significant impact on Roseland and we see that through the catalyst of that local country bar short by I think parallels what we see in urban cowboy that much of it takes place at that you know local music as a club and also that film has volatile relationships all over it what we see with Roseland as well in wild rose so that one came to mind for me as well right on yeah. I haven't seen that in a long long time either but I Komo from my recollection of it. I absolutely see what you're saying there with those parallels and yeah it's funny I was when I was thinking about puzzle pieces for this. I was trying to think of a movie with a house band. You know that wants to wants to break break then become more of a major thing I guess in a Little Way Lady Gaga House Act in early on yeah yeah absolutely. I guess that AH works too but yeah I love that setting. I love that bar I mean it feels like a bar that we've all been to at some point you know just how energy and vibrancy of it it's great on well. I'M GONNA go ahead and do the finished puzzle now Alan then we'll get into any of our closing thoughts on loud rose <hes> so that includes ricky in the Flash Sherry baby the films of Ken Loach including I Daniel Blake and angels share eight mile tender mercies crazy crazy heart the Florida project stars born inside Lynn Davis Young Adult and urban cowboy so we got a great list there. I mean a lot of music movies. Of course I mean it's bound to happen but then a bunch of other movies as well well as a pretty wide ranging list here <hes> yeah. What do you have any any closing thoughts about it? I know you've talked about it a whole bunch on your podcast but yeah I mean I love the film I will say though if any of your listeners <hes> want to point this out to me I I would love to hear what they have to say because when doing research for this I was also trying to think about movies about single mothers or maybe even just motherhood in general and how they are specifically balancing that with their ambitions and dreams and honestly there or tons of great movies about mothers and single mothers but I couldn't find a ton of films that was about that Specifically Chore So Either There Are Tons of blind spots for me when it comes to this or I just didn't research enough off. I don't know I'd be curious to hear what you or your listeners have to say about that or maybe that's just something that makes wild rose unique is that it's about that that I think a lot of parents are having to bounce ever Dan their lives I I mean not just with us in podcasting but every parent has their own individual and in specific desires whether it's to be a singer or to be a filmmaker or to be a painter or whatever the case may be but they have to balance out those things with being with the responsibilities of being a parent and that's a very difficult thing and <hes> I love how wild rose is about that specifically <music> as I said I think it <hes> the the way it explores that is absolutely beautiful and poignant <hes> it's it's. It's really great so any other films especially Non Music Films <hes> MHM I we've. We've already mentioned a few that that kind of do that. With <hes> the characters we talked about but non music films that are about that same theme and idea <hes>. I was a little hard for me to come by so but you know again. I've been very busy lately and I'm really tired and maybe I'm just an idiot. Mr Lots things so but I'd be curious to hear from your listeners or even from you if you have some sure yeah. I'm sure as soon as we hear everybody Oh yeah of course that was like right at the edge of money. Yeah read the edge of my mind there yeah <hes> but yeah no I I would love to hear some more <hes> some more picks for other movies that deal with that kind of a story and you know I think <hes> you know the the redemption that this character feels that actually like earns you know. I think it's funny how the music helps her. You know get there even though the music is kind of what's holding her back the whole time. I think that's part of what's so great about this story. Are you know interesting irony. What did you think about that last song glass? Cow Is the name of that song. I think she sings at the end right yeah yeah. I thought it was fantastic and I I actually found this out today while I was doing a little last minute research that Mary Esteem Bergen Code Oh wow that's I I didn't know that but that song slayed me Oh yeah it just it killed me and and perhaps part of it is because like I said I'm I can relate with Roseland so much lodged regarding that that you know struggle of ambition and responsibility and when she starts seeing about being at home and how much that means to her and how she had to struggle to get there I even when I listened to it on spotify outside the context of the film in moves me to tears like I I love it. I think it's one of the most beautifully written original songs I've heard in in some time and Jessie Buckley things the hell out of it. Oh hell there's one moment as we get to the climax of the song where she really belts out and it just absolutely rose me to shreds. I love it and <hes> I just I. I can't recommend commend this film enough and yes if you have seen the film or even if you just want to listen to the soundtrack it's up on spotify in its glorious. It is so it's awesome is absolutely awesome one last thing I just wanted to mention and then we'll we'll finish it but while I was doing a little my last minute research today I had totally forgotten..
"roseland" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Reds youth academy at roseland park trying to figure out who went through that complex and spray. Painted many things they're green, including the brand new bench that commemorates the reds one hundred fiftieth anniversary with Mr. read the old-fashioned, Mr. Ed sitting on it. Vandals? Hopefully, we're caught on surveillance tape. I say they have a video in that complex that the reds have put together, try and spark interest in baseball in the inner city and. Damage probably not real expensive. But people don't like don't like it. Because of the commitment the reds and people have made in the neighborhood, and then people neighborhood going around doing this. So hopefully, they catch him quick. If you wanna turn yourself in crime stoppers number thirty three five to thirty forty. You. Don't get the reward though. No. But one lady wants you to have to scrub the benches and clean 'em. Good idea. Coming up our news at seven thirty. We will have more on the rest of a Miami student who is accused of putting together a hitless to take out members of his fraternity in Oxford details and fifteen minutes radio seven w w we go to the White House. Karen Travers stands by good morning. How you doing? So the president wants the money. This is not a wall money specifically, but it's border money in general to be spent how not well money at all. This is an emergency requests from the administration to congress has to approve it. We'll see where that goes. But it's five four point five billion dollars to address the humanitarian and security crisis. As the administration calls it at the southern border. The bulk of that three point three billion dollars is going to go to humanitarian assistance that includes new facilities and shelters for the families that are coming over as well as clothing and meals baby formula, and diapers administration officials say that these agencies who are responsible for handling this at the border are just completely maxed out and about to run out of money, and they need this infusion of cash as these numbers take up over the last couple of weeks. This is four like additional towns, like the shelters are more like tents tent city. It depends on where it is. A hundred and seventy eight million to be used for humanitarian assistance for point zero three point three billion for humanitarian assistance. Okay. The one hundred and seventy eight million is for personnel issues. People down there. At one point one billion for for border operations is that different. Would that had just had to do with because paying personnel to be their border operations? Yeah. You know, moving things down to they're getting stuff from here to there. So the congress when you don't want to come across his anti-humanitarian the videos this are coming in from everywhere from southern California through Amazon to Texas. I mean, there definitely needs and problems any chance that congress would balk at this. I don't think how they could you know, they balked big price tags. We'll see where it goes. But I think certainly they would like to address what the urgent needs are down there. You'll see the move more quickly on this than if it was for construction of border wall. That's for sure. Yeah. What's the press up today? He is a national day of prayer service in the rose garden later this morning with the first lady, and then he's going to meet with members of congress later that's close to the press right now. All right. That's governed talk you later. Thanks seventeen our time. You got seven hundred wwl w. Google makes me laugh..
"roseland" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Complex proteins that are extremely difficult to make without using living cells, but this is expensive and can make the products harder to peer Efraim banal. Scientists at the roseland institute of the university of Edinburgh have genetically modified chickens, so they package up the desired preteens in very large amounts in albumin all the whites of that. I heard how it works from Lisa Herron at roseland technologies. The great thing about chickens. Well, there's many great things about chickens, actually. So one thing is that chickens are very evolutionary different from mammals. And what that means is you can make proteins for mammals that will have no effect in the chicken. It'll another is that the complex pattern of sugars that need to get attached to the protein for some proteins to be active. The chickens actually do it in a way that's very similar to humans. And then the final main reason is that large scale chicken. Production for eggs, and then the separating of whites from a yoke and cracking the eggs and everything is already very scalable. There's already large scale production both in the food industry on in the pharma industry for production of vaccines eggs. So we can put all these things together and have something that's really scalable, very quickly. So you're getting chickens Basie lay eggs with specific proteins. And how have you done this? We used lenghty virus, which is a particular type of iris that can insert DNA into the genome of an organism that virus was modified. So that it can't replicate all it can do is insert the gene, and we also had another bit of DNA called a promoter. And that tells the gene when and where to express the protein, and so we made one that very specifically and very efficiently tells the chicken expressed this protein only Iniguez in a very large quantity. How then do you get the routine? Out of the we crack the separate out the white from the rest of the components. And then we use a technique called chromatography, which is how everyone separates proteins from each other in a mixture, and what we found is that we can actually use basically the identical kinds of methods that people use for purifying proteins from cells how much can you get out of singling? It depends on the particular chicken line that we're talking about. But in our best expressing line. We can get between one point five and three grams per liter of egg white so and for the particular protein that we're talking about a single egg can give a dose for an adult very easily, scalable. So you can have it be a single chicken or you can have it be thousands of chickens relatively quickly. What is the effect? If any on the chickens, the chickens can't tell as we were very careful to choose proteins that don't have an effect on the chicken. And because the gene is there from the start. As far as the chicken is aware. It's just another egg white proteins. So it sees it as a self protein and doesn't have an immune response against it. And the modification has made only once at that point. We just breed forward for the next generation. So our interferon chickens, for example, are on something like the seventh or eighth generation. What about the eggs? Could you eat the eggs? You can't eat the eggs because they're from genetically modified organism on the regulation. So you count to do that. If you did accidents lead an for some reason, it's unlikely to have any effect on you because the proteins won't survive your stomach, but the proteins are not intended for eating right? Okay. Good to know. Okay. So what's next? Now you've shown that this can be done in ways that you think can be scalable industry. What's the next step? So now this project has moved out of the Roslin Institute and into roles and technologies just company and initially we're going to be a marketing these proteins as research agents. So that researchers these proteins are used widely in research, and our hope is that researchers will will buy these and use them and a that will help validate our claims and people can confirm that the proteins are what we say they are. In the meantime, we'll be developing we have particular interest in animal health as we've come out of an animal health institute and also were interested in speaking to people who would be interested in developing human or animal therapeutics are there any disadvantages to using the chickens? Yeah, there's always a risk..
"roseland" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"A one was found dead in a roseland alley this morning with several gunshot wounds to her chest at around two thirty police responded to a call of shots fired near a hundred seven th and south everhart where a white truck was speeding away from the scene. So far, no spy suspects in custody. Genetic testing will soon be available to some patients of a suburban hospital system. Northshore University Health system is enrolling ten thousand patients in genetic testing program that begins in April the patients will be chosen by their individual doctors. Dr Peter Hewlett is the director of the north shore center for personalized medicine. He says the tests can help patients identified genetic risk factors for certain diseases. Like cancer goal is to really understand who needs what level of. Screening, both more impotently less as the big picture goal. Doctors are still working on the criteria for who can participate rob heart NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM pneumonia. That is pope Francis. Speaking in Spanish today at a global youth rally in Panama during which he denounced those who would build walls, and so the south fears about strangers the pope also met with young offenders at a youth detention center where eleven inmates were granted their freedom, and you head of the Talibans political office has been appointed that it's based in Qatar is the group negotiates for the US or ending their seventeen year, Afghan Johnny bharata SE. Nets had about minute. Cheek Mondo was arrested in Pakistan in two thousand ten I'm released in October two thousand eighteen his release is believed to have been arranged by the United States is part of the negotiations and his presence could reassure battlefield commanders who may feel concessions by the political leadership US envoys Zalmay Khalilzad has met with the Taliban a number of occasions, NBC months and the latest bid to end, America's longest war. The US State Department has neither denied no confirmed previous meetings with the Taliban. But hillside says he has met with all sides in the conflict. Karen shamas? Japan's Supreme Court has upheld a law that effectively requires transgender people to be sterilized before they can have their gender changed on official documents. The court said that the law is constitutional because it is meant to reduce confusion in families and society after disappointing loss kept him out of the Super Bowl some fans of the saints boycotting the game saints fans blame the referees and the lack of a penalty. Call for keeping their team out of the big game said devastating loss. We won't get over it. But we're used to Michelle. Miller's locksmith company has posters. Taking aim at NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. David Hale's bakery is baking anti referee cookies, at least they they can take a bite out of. Injustice and Lauren Hegel has made anti referee t shirts. Doll with pins and penalty flags. So we kind of did a little play on the officiating. The plan is to have boycott bowl parties in New Orleans. No football. But saints fans will be saying, I'm Ed Donahue. Speaking of the Super Bowl Coca-Cola says it's sitting out a big game. If you were hoping to see one of coca Cola's moving commercials, the Super Bowl think again, the company has pulled back from airing one after doing so for the last eleven years instead the coke brand will air a commercial before kick-off, which typically costs millions less than during the actual game CBS is reportedly seeking upwards of five and a half million dollars for commercial packages that air during the game itself. A Coca Cola VP says it's sixty second commercial before the kickoff will look at themes of diversity and inclusion Matt wiper CBS news WBZ news time,.
Russians accused of poisoning ex-spy say they were in Salisbury as tourists
"Two Russians are denying involvement in the poisoning of a former spy and his daughter. That's us hurt here through an interpreter. Roseland bushy rough and Alexander Petrov tell the Putin supported RT channel, they were just tourists are friends had been suggested for a long time. They we visit this wonderful town Salisbury and wonderful town that Sergei and you'll ES GRA pal happened to be poisoned that day was well, they say an incredible fatal coincidence. No, mention of the traces of Nova Chuck nerve agent found in their London
"roseland" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Boston, clear sky, seventy six degrees. We'll see a sunny day most of the day, very warm Eighty-eight the expected high good morning. I'm Deb Lawler. Top stories now, I on a Presley almost assured of becoming the state's first black congresswoman after defeating congressman Michael Capuano last night. It's a political win making national headlines capital. Kaplon loses a seat he has held for twenty years. We still don't have an official weather and the third congressional district the race to replace Nikki Saugus had ten contenders. And as of this morning, Dan, co and Laurie Trahan are just a few hundred votes apart. Senator Elizabeth Warren has agreed to three debates during the general election campaign is she will now officially face off against Republican state rep, Geoff Diehl and governor Charlie Baker breezes through last night. He knocked off conservative, Springfield pastor, Scott lively in other news now British process. Say they have charged to Russian men in the attempted murders of a former Russian spy and his daughter to London and CBS's. Vicki Barker, the two suspects named as Alexander Petrov and roseland Bush era suspects are approximately forty years old they'll both Russian nationals, and they were traveling on Russian but Scotland Yard's Neil bass who notes they may have traveled under aliases former Russian Spicer, gay scrip hall and his daughter Yulia were found near death in the city of Salisbury. Last March a woman who came into contact with a discarded perfume bottle believed to have held the poison later died. Russia does not extradite its citizens. So a trial is unlikely. Vicki Barker, CBS news, London, Hampton beach, New Hampshire has another case of legionnaires disease that brings the total to fifteen Sanford and the Ashworth avenue area, including the sands resort and other locations. Health officials are investigating the outbreak and are awaiting the results of testing the sand has hired an environmental consultant. To begin the process of trading the buildings water system. The legionnaires outbreak began in mid June one person has died so far the parents have a Penn State engineering student who died after a fraternity hazing reach a settlement. Nineteen year old Tim Piazza died in February of last year after an alcohol fueled ritual CBS, Alex Hof reports a settlement is with the fraternities national organization, we made it very clear that a large part of what we were interested in were reforms under the settlement. Beta has agreed to support the Timothy j Piaget anti hazing law proposed in Pennsylvania and adhere to a seventeen point reform policy. That includes all chapter houses becoming alcohol and substance free by twenty twenty and the implementation of bystander intervention training. But we hope will will change American college wife an American fraternity life for the better as part of the settlement the amount of the monetary payment to the family cannot be. Disclosed Piazza who was strong die two days. After falling down the stairs of the frat house. The family says it can now move ahead with any claims against other parties the death at Penn State and another at Louisiana state last year fueling changes regarding hard liquor at frats. Their trade association has overwhelmingly voted to ban. Most college fraternities in the US and Canada from having booze containing more than fifteen percent alcohol unless it served by licensed third party vendor. A Florida man jumps into a canal while running from a traffic stop. But is overcome by algae in the water and swims back to the officer who stopped him police in Cape coral Florida say the man ran off after he was pulled over for speeding. He jumped into the water and apparently ended up swallowing some of the algae investigators say seven vials of THC oil the active ingredient in marijuana were found in his car. He is now facing facing charges. Changes are coming to L street in Southie following peaceful. Protests by residents looking to slow.
"roseland" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"A report of someone trying to run people over in a car when they arrived the driver that'd be a. Coolest gone. But they found three adults suffering from gunshot wounds all of them are expected to survive. A two year old boy is dead after an incident on a farm in candy. Ohi county the sheriff's office says the toddler was struck by skid steer loader about two o'clock yesterday afternoon on a farm in roseland township the boy's father took him to a hospital in Olivia where he. Died at Authorities are. Still investigating what happened the child's name has not been released police have recovered an eleven week old puppy named Goldie stolen from a, car in chaska police say a suspect has been identified in the investigation, continues a woman, was suspected of stealing the puppy from a car. Parked outside of a goodwill store in chaska on, Friday afternoon well that none from Chicago area high school who grew up in Saint Cloud is. Still getting lots of attention today for throwing out the first pitch at a major league game over the weekend Sister Mary Jo Soviet I bounce the ball off her bicep and. Then threw it over the, plate before Saturday's game between the White Sox and. The royals it is I had to do something to. Take my mind off. It right I mean I if it's too, awkward to. Just stand and throw from the jump so I had to do some kind of put me in motion as a you know. Either catch it and throw it and so I had to do something to Sister Mary Jo appearing this morning on. ABC's good Morning America she will be on with Dave Lee on the WC CEO morning. News, coming up at eight fifty this morning the sister grew, up in Saint Cloud and is a graduate of cathedral high school and some exciting news if you missed out on tickets. To, see Hamilton.
"roseland" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Eighty as you make your way from roseland west orange that's going to be because of. Construction in the Bronx on the eastbound side of the cross Bronx at castle hill avenue we've, got, an accident that's closing all lanes and. At this point, we've got delays back, you all the way out. Towards Webster you wanna just watch for that if you can try to, avoid it. Make your. Way around via local, roads and then we also have brake lights on the eastbound side of the b. q. e. prospect expressway to the Brooklyn battery tunnel things are going to be so. On The westbound side of the belt as, you make your way from cross bay boulevard. Out towards. Pennsylvania Avenue and then here's what we see on Long Island is big three had. Their Nassau County the l. a. e. is quiet, for you northern and southern state Parkway's looking good here's what you need to know about your bridges and tunnels the queens. Midtown tunnel it's going to be a stop. And go ride in both directions make your. Way up to the Queensboro bridge that's. A much better right for you. Either way traffic and transit every ten, minutes on the one's and breaking traffic. Alerts when they happen I'm carrot the Falco on ten ten wins news time ten thirty two now the ten ten wins AccuWeather. Four day forecast here's meteorologist Carl babinski I'll tall on, this Tuesday night it's seventy two degrees currently we should be around seventy at daybreak it'll drop into the sixties in many suburbs looking at ten. Ten wins Doppler radar now there are some showers embedded thunderstorms occurring in northeastern Pennsylvania I. Do think. There will be a spotty shower especially before midnight especially north and west of the city but aside from that there's pattern finally showing signs of. Quieting down and as we've been saying the past couple of, days although will dry out. Tomorrow and Thursday we'll be heating up tomorrow. Partly sunny and near ninety humid in. The mid seventy s tomorrow night Thursday hot and humid with. Intervals of sun and, clouds and high of ninety one or two showers and a thunderstorm. Returning Friday with highs in the upper eighties. There could be a shower thunderstorm either day this coming weekend right now looks like Saturday's the most likely day with temperatures in the mid. Eighties currently it's seventy two and it's fair relative humidity eighty four percent. Wind light and variable fair seventy-two we're headed down. To seventy. In midtown Arm AccuWeather meteorologist Carl babinski on New York's..
"roseland" Discussed on KSRO
"Going to make a concerted push to get the word out in roseland because they know that the likelihood that a resident of roseland is going to want rent control is is is very high and they just going to need to get out the vote in that area of penn right well we got what august tenth deadline for the clerk to figure this out yeah yeah i think i think the deadline is that the deadline was for when they needed to turn their signatures in and get it signed off on so i never the deadline yeah that's it forget about the deadline they're in they got their signatures in pretty soon the the registrar voters will will let the city know whether there's enough and then the city council interestingly i didn't really realize this but the city council has the option of adopting whatever a group of petition gatherers who wants to do and it's highly unlikely that the council will do that given how controversial rent control has been in the city in the past but they could either adopt rent control as it is written on the petition or they can set it for an election in november and place it on the ballot which is almost certainly what what they'll do makes sense what they did last time right yeah and then just then you can just get ready to start seeing your inbox and your mailbox full of flyers for the foreseeable future no kidding the great kevin mccallum from the press democrat thank you my friend do you do you work set hours i wouldn't think so i'm asking personal stuff on the radio which is i is something i do i do you don't have to tell her i i kinda work ten to six and then often i have to work night shifts and weekends but these days i'm i'm working fairly regular schedule which is nice well we work three to six because we're so hardcore about this you know working as many hours as we can wow all three hours you really pack a lot in there yes we do anyway i'm just saying you know we got to get together and have a beer because we're done at six to one of these days we got yeah absolutely lots to talk about it up it'll be fun kevin mccallum thank you man i hope i didn't fishy off by talking to you on the radio about your personal lowers and whether you want to have a beer i didn't think so let's get that beer kevin thanks buddy okay do you take youtube i have a habit of doing that in most of the time it's funny and it's friends of ours and he's a friend but i don't know him that well but it's okay now everyone knows if they don't like his articles to contact him at ten am exactly so they can totally ruin his day see that's what i'm talking about i should just wait till down and then you know talk to him on the phone in private but anyway all right we continue with cannabis with nick cast with four potential supreme court nominees and plans to meet several more before announcing a pick next monday white house press white house spokeswoman sarah sanders seemed to back president trump's twitter assertion he never pushed house republicans to vote on an immigration reform bill that failed the president wasn't aggressively lobbying members because he knew that democrats in the senate still were unwilling to actually come to the table but on twitter days before the vote the president declared republicans should approve a strong but fair bill rescuers in thailand found twelve boys in their soccer coach and the complex of caves in which they've been trapped for more than a week now to get them out l week they are alive so what rescuers have decided to do is send it a medic one medic is gonna swim inside that's right okay and then tomorrow the prices of getting them out we'll begin abc's james longman more torrential flooding rain expected this week richard cantu abc news i'm tom busby cnbc canada's begun slapping us made candy bourbon ketchup soup and more with ten percent tariffs and now the european union is slamming the trump administration for considering tariffs on imports of autos leaders there say us levies could lead to a global trade war and tariffs on three hundred billion dollars worth of us made goods despite that stocks today ended a little higher thanks to gains in technology shares the dow up thirty five the nasdaq adding fifty seven facebook notifying eight hundred thousand users about a bug that unblocks people you may.
"roseland" Discussed on KSRO
"And the landlords in santa rosa in particular are are a little nervous now i will say that one of the three points out that one of the strongest arguments against doing rent control in santa rosa is that if the state law changes at the same time the repeal of cost to hawkins that's state law that allows local governments to do rent control but only for certain types of housing sake evac goes away some people have speculated that well then santa rosa's rent control law would cover all kinds of stuff it would cover it would cover old construction it would cover new construction could cover a variety of housing stock in that that's kind of an argument that the landlords are gonna use against rent control arguing that it will kind of squelch investment in new parts at the exact time santa rosa needs that so plan on that being a strong campaign themes i'm around now as you wrote the petition calls for quote rent stabilization it's not they're not calling it rent controls rent stabilization and and really when you look at it it's not rent control limits annual rent increases to the consumer price index and imposes just cause for eviction rules which is also consistent with state law and needs to be in there if i'm a landlord and i want to make sure that bunch of slugs aren't screwing up my property i want to be able to evict them just 'cause so i don't know i think rent stabilization i liked that better than rent control that's a semantic of course right the different it down nicer and doesn't make it sound like government controlled control because there are some patterns in the past when there have been you know you have to go to rent and board and the board has to sign off on every increase that you want to make it can sound very restrictive rent stabilization still allows sort of preset increases every year and so but yes it is it is the same thing it is rent control advocates call it rent stabilization i know answer as you pointed out and this is huge since last year santa rosa has annexed land and that makes about an estimated seven thousand people many of them if not most of them renters eligible to vote now in city elections so there's another factor that could be a major issue in november one would think and i know that the kickoff party that the north bay organizing group had for their campaign for their signature drive i think it started in roseland so it's clear to me that the the advocates for rent control are.
Woman in Bali murder gives up claim to mother's estate
"Degrees in chicago under mostly cloudy skies and there's some light rain being reported and some of the area we'll go to about a low of sixty two and had back up into the high sixties later today the complete accuweather five day forecast is coming up but first our top local story on newsradio wbz 'em west nile season has arrived in chicago and it turns out the first case occurred far earlier than anyone expected wbz m's bob roberts reports neither the state nor the chicago department of public health would identify the neighborhoods citing federal privacy laws but they say it involved a woman in her sixties notification amid may was so early that the state ordered additional tests was just came back positive last year the first case in humans occurred july twentieth in all last year eight people died and more than eighty other cases were reported common symptoms include fever nausea headache and muscle aches bob roberts newsradio what i'll five point nine fm the estate of chicago woman whose body was found stuffed in a suitcase in bali indonesia has been settled the imprisoned daughter of sheila von we smack has given up her claim to her mother's estate reports the tribune heather mack was convicted of assisting her then boyfriend tommy schaefer in the killing of her mother at a luxury resort for years ago mac gave birth to a daughter while in prison she and shaffer are both serving time in indonesia according to the paper the beneficiary of the estate will be maxed three year old daughter stella the estate is valued at just over one and a half million dollars a seven month old boy was found unresponsive saturday at his home in the roseland neighborhood on the far south side now his death has prompted an investigation emergency crews had responded to a call from the mother that the baby wasn't breathing about an hour after she put him to sleep the child was taken to comber children's hospital where he died on monday the cause of death is pending further investigation after an autopsy was conducted on wednesday the state's department of children and family services is investigating allegations of neglect and area south detectives are conducting a death investigation village leaders and deerfield are tinkering with their assault weapons ban ordinance which is still on hold deerfield trustees have amended the wording assault weapons ban and.
5 things to know this morning: Eva Longoria gives birth, and Scott Baio avoids charges
"A big shot to go to governor cuomo's july twelfth reelection fundraiser hosted by billy joel at his estate in center island long island imitation says seventy five hundred bucks will get you priority seating there are five thousand dollar tickets so to joel and the governor are buddies piano played out of cuomo birthday fundraiser at the roseland ballroom and cuomo officiated at joel's twenty fifteen wedding stay about michael jackson is heading to broadway it's not titled yet expected today view in twenty twenty it will be written by two time pulitzer prize winner actor scott bail will not face charges over sex assault accusations here's jason nathanson scott bao's charles in charge star nicole eggert says bao's sexually assaulted her when she was underage on the set of the eighty eighties sitcom eggert gave a statement to cops in the case wound up in front of the los angeles county district attorney's office who says they can't pursue it because the statute of limitations of expired bao's strongly denied the accusations efforts lawyer says the da found eggert credible but there was just nothing they could do you can catch john travolta these days in the movie gotti about the late john gotti will build something that nobody can destroy reviewers didn't like the movie at got a zero percent rotten tomatoes score about the film's official twitter feed is fighting back it declared that audiences love godley and referred to critics as trolls behind a keyboard guardian it's opening weekend in limited release only grossed one point six million word this morning that eva longoria and her husband jose pepe best on the media mogul welcomed their first child together a baby boy santiago and rica boston was born at cedars sinai medical center in.
"roseland" Discussed on KFC Radio
"What was the what was the one in montclair new jersey where the fuck in a moment hops for just i mean it was like the entire show stars no was right when the rosalie roseland ballroom shot it down the police commissioner in new york was commenting on us and that's when like the whole pirate ship thing happened where it was shown became the face of edm versions or where we had a rider and we were so pumped like we we had booze like we didn't have to go get it we had pizza remembers zola walk in me like there's thousands of people out there there's eight hundred already in like oh my god like we actually we did this thing and five minutes later he's like somebody just punched the chief of police because they'd set up like the entrance with like all these bike racks basically at one entrance and they'd like literally two guys that were checking tickets and that was the thing with our crowds was kids would see these videos and then eighteen twenty they can't drink so they're getting like pregame pre game at eight thirty they're like they're so you can have them like get them in the venue still said i was not on us security walked here's the thing you have to do is get in the venue like david a psa about hot enter the venue in boston like you can't go stumble straight astle when you're inside don't do it out on the street and they would do it on the street they try to flip over like the trailer jumped on our trailer glare we had like an actual problem that just like tire bell winter driving like got a fan now those calling day that like twelve at night he just phone rang and he'd just be like what happened it'd be one of the fire department shut us down or the police shut us down or inside additions outside or like there was just a laundry list of things that would happen in everyone someone someone's response to your your you you tweeted the one of the videos say i still can't believe we could do it and someone replied how was this legal and it was a gray area.
"roseland" Discussed on The Science Hour
"Gossipy style the watson adopted would both discredit them and discredit the science and in particular wilkins was very concerned about the reputation of rosalind franklin right well let's talk about rosalind franklin in this book because watson's treatment of her is well is incredibly demeaning and dismissive and frankly sexist let's just hera a description of roseanne franklin by watson she spoke to an audience of about fifteen and a quick a style that suited the anointed owed lecture hall in which we were seated there was not a trace of warmth or for volunteer in her words and yet i could not regard her as totally uninteresting momentarily i wanted how she would look if she took off glasses and did something novel with her hair then however my main concern was her description of the crystalline x ray diffraction pattern it's demeaning it's almost in fantasizing roseland you know there's a moment later in the book where roseland gets very angry with him and almost hits him or at least that's his claim in the book and it comes as my surprise to me because i think i would take him to if i i mean to be fair throughout the book he's as dismissive and cruel to other people including creek but given that she was a woman given the circumstances she was working under this is post war women have just been admitted in verses women at only just getting their foot in the door and it's hard enough for her already or knowing that you know mainly the women that you see in universities and scientific labs of the typist of the secretaries of the ones making the coffee for her to have got this far and then be treated like this i can't even imagine how difficult that must have been for her and not doesn't come across in the book until you get to the epilogue so that's where what makes his apology after her death that maybe he wasn't fair enough on her in the book but it's too late matthew there is the apponaug in later editions in which he's fair to roseland franklin and gives her her g credits but some perhaps it was well i don't know too little too late in the sense that has thing.
"roseland" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Roseland section of santa rosa kcbs is curtis kim reports the courts have gotten involved setting an addiction date of april nineteen this homeless and cabinet has grown to one hundred and forty people all living in makeshift tents or shelters eviction of the homeless living here has been postponed several times as county government vice to work out a way to care for the residents to know mccartney supervisor linda hopkins says the navigation center set up at the site failed unfortunately only about sixty five of the encampment residents actually took us up on our housing navigator center that big begs the question of what do you do with folks who are not willing to accept help the homeless population sued the county causing any fiction postponed until april nineteenth nicole the nucci who speaks for the homeless says the county government made promises they couldn't keep we would have another place to go that was reasonable that did not happen we are now now the nineteenth is the day that we need to be out of here the police will be coming in setting addiction for april nineteenth the judge hearing the lawsuit said the welfare of the homeless residents must be considered in any eviction process in santa rosa curtis cam kcbs news attorney general is taking his efforts to protect the affordable care act to court kcbs melissa coul ross explains how twenty states including texas and wisconsin filed a lawsuit in february to have the affordable care act also known as obamacare declared unconstitutional however california attorney general heavier sarah and more than a dozen other attorneys general from around the country want to defend the aca we're filing a motion to intervene in this case in order to defend just the state of california but the people of america and their families across the country when it comes to having quality affordable healthcare under the affordable care act this era says that while there still are people who can't get the health care they need at an affordable price he believes that we should build upon the aca not repeal it if this case goes forward it will cause chaos in the marketplace brew consequences for families providers ensures businesses and states like texas lawsuit claims that the aca no longer is constitutional since the mandate to have health insurance was repealed as part of the tax overhaul bill passed last year melissa call ross kcbs getting harder.
"roseland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Removal of this this camp from roseland villages the name of the project over there but when it's characterizes fiction the characterization is that people are being thrown out with with no recourse or no resources the the eviction process is actually trying to get people into services this camp is not a safe place it's we don't consider camping under tarps in in a very confined space to be safe we're trying to help folks with services and was shelter we're not throwing them out onto the street that you have places for them to go the county has identified beds for all of the people in that camp not everybody wants to go to the beds that have been identified i understand that some people don't wanna live in a shelter but the the county is has decided that they need to get this development going that actually includes affordable housing and we've been working with the county to try to remedy this situation as a supervisor gordon said it's in federal district court in san francisco as we speak and the outcome isn't known at this point well the listener right tatas eleven hundred square foot home rent for thirty five hundred dollars and jeff crappy was saying this is a deal because he knows the owner these homes ready for about two thousand pre fire this should not be allowed we are losing valuable members of our community do something jennifer grey thompson it's called rebuild north bay so are you doing anything though related to renters the renter relief or support in your organization we don't do case management or direct binding in that sense that we are having many conversations with.
"Sex and the City" actress Cynthia Nixon running for NY governor against Andrew Cuomo
"We're going to start with problems in new jersey this go around westbound side of route three we're getting word of a new longterm construction project after route seventeen we're certainly seeing the effects you've got to crawl from before the meadowlands along route three westbound getting over toward route seventeen if you could swing it right now eighty westbound better way home their issues there it's slow through patterson you're the parkway but overall better than route three northbound parkway slammed union tolls rounding up to exit one forty seven to eighty westbound crawl through roseland and then we get to two eighty seven southbound near exit four coming into edison there is a wreck that'll slow you down from well before piscataway at this hour here's what you need to know the bridges and tunnels inbound georgia's fine there is no good route southbound get the best of a bad bunch inbound lincoln is fine twenty to thirty out twenty to thirty out of the holidays well no more than ten minutes in here's what we see on long island's big three a whole lot of eastbound company on the southern state from malvern out towards one ten eastbound long island expressway a slow go all the way from queens getting out to the sea royal survey northern states lows waddling heights again from the metal roof over to the seaford oyster bay i'm greg rice on ten ten wins wins news time four twenty three and cynthia nixon the actress in the activists renown for her role in the old hbo series sex and the city has announced that she will challenge andrew cuomo and seek the democratic nomination for governor of new york really hard for a lot of people not to think of harass maranda politically i really don't know much about her all i know about her is basically sex in the city nixon's add video mentioned some issues health care ending mass incarceration and she'd be running against a governor who despite his feud with the mayor's popular with voters like you andrea i'm actually for cuomo but i think it's great i'm all for women empowerment but god i mean if she cares enough about the city i think it's great she says it will certainly make her pay a little more attention to the.