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"saint anthony" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:11 min | Last month

"saint anthony" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Release and so and they see that it's really a gentle and painless process it you know they can move around freely afterwards they sort of leave the scene immediately most of them do and even those who have a dramatic stuff say that they leave their body before the body actually dies so they don't experience if it's a painful that they don't experience that I think that they see that it's not nearly as it's actually a welcoming experience for most of them join all of us be wrong about the other side in that it just doesn't exist there's just something in the quirk of the brain during the dying process creates that burst of light or whatever people think they see is that conceivable I you know I thought about that Georgia and I thought that that was truly the case then and so I worked with these people because I don't have any of them say I don't see anything there is nothing there you know and they certainly have the freedom to Saint Anthony because I kept it pretty open ended the night but if you don't see anything tell me I won I just really want to know what you're what you're seeing and experiencing and every single one of them you know they had and something to say they were they were going through a process of some sort and the fact that so many of them were identifying the exact same experience really gave me the hope that if it's if it's happening for them that it's going to happen for detail and everybody else all right join we're gonna be back in just a moment here on coast to coast AM your wind DiMaggio with us her book I did it to myself again we'll tell you where you can get that book in our website his surname linked up to coast to coast AM dot com coast insiders the new version of the coast to coast AM map is now available for iPhone and now android four Dato one above listen live or on demand anywhere anytime.

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Minneapolis development to use groundwater to heat and cool buildings

Climate Cast

03:51 min | 4 months ago

Minneapolis development to use groundwater to heat and cool buildings

"Gas A. Minneapolis Development Project will use groundwater for heating and cooling. The technology is called. Aquifer Thermal Energy and the city of Minneapolis seems to be embracing it as an alternative. To greenhouse gas emitting natural gas but how can aquifer work as an energy source in? Minnesota's frigid climate. Nina Axelson is the vice president for sustainability and outreach at Evergreen energy they are partners in the upcoming tower side innovation district. Hi Nina Hi Paul Geothermal energy one. Oh one I. How does it work? So a lot of folks are familiar with using the energy stored underground whether in our soil or in our water to heat or cool and Minnesota are aquifer systems in our hydro. Geology are really special and lend themselves well to this. Type of geothermal is counting on the energy stored in the water in the Aquifer to help heat and cooler buildings. What's the water temperature in the aquifer that this project will be tapping for the city of Minneapolis? I think we'd be looking at about a forty to fifty degree temperature as a starting place and then as the technology goes into US. You're actually removing heat from buildings. Between let's say May and October and storing it into a part of the Aquifer that allows for a reserve of heat in that Aquifer so that in the winter that part of the Aquifer that you're extracting from the heat is going to have higher temperatures more capacity and is that able then to generate enough heat or cooling for the buildings. It wouldn't be able to do it alone so this is under the trend that folks here about of beneficial electrification. Which means you're GONNA pair electricity in this case heat pumps with that geothermal capacity in the aquifer to either extract heat from the building during cooling season or to increase the heat enough to be used for heating the spaces in the building or for a hot water uses so this project in Minneapolis. How many buildings are planned to be heated and cooled with this project in the tower side innovation district which is part of the Prospect Park neighborhood of Minneapolis and also the saint. Anthony Park neighborhood of Saint. Paul there is been a lot of development The Green Line surly and the University of Minnesota and the public private investment into that area. So right now out of the gate for this coming year. There are four buildings that are interested in connecting to the first phase of the system but the capacity of the system is fairly limitless so once it's infrastructure is in place all new development in that area would have the potential to connect how new Issaquah for thermal energy and as Minnesota and early adopter in the US. So it's actually been around for at least over twenty years. Most of the applications are in northern Europe Netherlands Scandinavia where? There's over a thousand sites there are not A lot of these in the US so this is absolutely a place for Minnesota to lead that combination of are forward thinking policy on clean energy. The city of Minneapolis has made huge commitments to decarbonised the city and are looking at ways to get away from natural gas as their biggest carbon contributor so this technology is going to be A little bit newer for the country and a little bit newer for Minnesota. But the replica. Ability is really high so once we get the tower side project up and running there are actually three other projects being studied in the state of Minnesota because that Geo

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The fallout from the new coronavirus is spreading

KIRO Nights

01:49 min | 5 months ago

The fallout from the new coronavirus is spreading

"Here's county has joined the corona corona virus club tonight public health's Dr Anthony chan we all knew that at some point this would move down from king county and Snohomish county however we've been prepared for this their first patient is a man in his fifties with underlying health conditions using gig harbor's at Saint Anthony's hospital tonight Kent's mayor says corona virus patients may be moved to a motel in her city to night that's after king county judge denied an injunction she filed we're doing a Ralph is been attempting to stop the county from using the former Econoline edge as quarantine site she says the county does not have the correct permits and the quarantine decision was made behind her back I am frustrated the city it cant wants to partner with king county we acknowledge understand and are extremely sympathetic to the fact we're in a crisis but the crisis doesn't prevent conversation and communication Ross says she wants to help out corona virus patients however she can but not at the expense of her residence safety mayor has also declared a state of emergency in Kent as cases of the new coronavirus surpassed one hundred thousand people worldwide twenty one aboard the grand princess cruise ship held off the coast of California have tested positive the latest on CBS news's Nancy chan vice president pence says test dropped on board a cruise ship off the California coast by a National Guard helicopter down twenty one people have the corona virus among those weird nineteen crew members and two passengers the vice president says the ship will be brought into a non commercial port this weekend all thirty five hundred people on board will be tested more than eleven hundred crew will remain on the ship a quarantine we will continue to push of the health and safety of America

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Hundreds killed in 8 blasts targeting churches and hotels on Easter Sunday

Up Front with Chris Citorik

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Hundreds killed in 8 blasts targeting churches and hotels on Easter Sunday

"Hundreds or killed after bombs exploded churches and hotels in Sri Lanka this Easter Sunday CBS's. Elizabeth Palmer tells us. Several hundred have been injured at Saint Anthony's shrine in the capital Colombo volunteers carried away the wounded amid. We'd come to church this morning to celebrate the most joyful day in the Christian calendar at another church Saint Sebastian's about twenty miles outside the city, an explosion destroyed the roof, Sri Lankan police believe all the blasts were caused by suicide bombs those allowed explosion just just to check. We I. Signed up. One way we could see a small white smoke coming out more than a dozen people have been arrested. But no group has claimed responsibility for the

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Hundreds killed in coordinated blasts targeting churches and hotels on Easter

Mark Blazor

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Hundreds killed in coordinated blasts targeting churches and hotels on Easter

"Hundreds dead in Sri Lanka and hundreds more injured in a series of apparently coordinated bomb attacks on churches and hotels. The numbers from Sri Lanka are staggering over two hundred people dead four hundred and fifty injured after multiple blast. Went off on Easter. Sunday. Officials say several suspects have been arrested in two Americans are among the dead. Eight blasts ripped through Chacha's holding Easter services and several high end hotels among them. Saint Anthony's church a landmark in the competent Colombo and hotels in the central. Tourist district of the city eyewitnesses reported scenes of Konig three police officers have died during operations to catch suspects an island-wide cuff, you has been imposed and as a temporary ban on social

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Blasts rock churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday

America's Truckin' Network

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Blasts rock churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday

"The death toll has risen to fifty and three hundred or said to be injured after explosions rocked Sri Lanka on this Easter Sunday. Security officials say the coordinated blast targeted Christian churches, and at least three tourists hotels in and around Sri Lanka's capital the first blast ripping through Saint Anthony, shrine Catholic. The church in Colombo during Easter Sunday services, another in Negombo at Saint Sebastian's

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"saint anthony" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And it begins his devastate our communities. Here's by sheer opinion. He's an educator and activists in a local store in nearby. It just came in. And nobody knew where it came from. And we didn't have the leadership and the resources in organizations that fight this deadly deadly drug epidemic in so neighborhoods began to transform it became do become more dysfunctional black men were slowly disappearing for my neighborhood's from our families from our communities. They either become a drug addicts many of them were locked up and sold. The black woman was left by herself to raise children, and so black children didn't see their father's anymore than have the kind of guidance and leadership they needed. I remember telling one fella. He was laid again, I says how come you promise me, we're going to be run time. And he sits sister. My uncle was on the stairway bleeding somebody shot him, and I had a way to the police came. And this was a situations. People came from that's just the internal. She was a teacher a principal and a board members and Anthony. As things became more difficult people like her and coach Hurley, working overtime to make sure kids got what they needed to get by. Now, we're in Saint Michael's church, which is just a few blocks away from Saint Anthony's high school, and we're going to settle in the pew and talk about Saint Anthony's. The school was miserable. Building known jam the labs. What no theater, but it was home. It was always said from the beginning that you don't come to Saint Anthony's just to be a student you become part of the fryer family and once a fryer, always a frie- people cared about you. If they needed a mother figure I was there. They were sick. And they needed some place to go. They would come to our house. Even though we didn't have a big house, but they came in they stayed with us. Let's hear from another important member of the team Charlie's wife Christine. Some of the kids weren't eating they'd come to practice. They be tired and be able to find out that they number one never had breakfast really didn't have much lunch. So we would set up like a fund for those kids said that when they got to school they'd be able to get a breakfast and lunch time be about to have lunch and winter. Coats like kids that couldn't afford to have a coat my daughter, Melissa. And I would go to the store, and we buy them coats is a big stature Saint Anthony's at the top of the steps. And if you walked up the steps, it would say you are now in a safe place the street stops here. So the gangs were outside on the streets. The kids know that once they got into building they weren't guns, and they weren't knives. They were in a safe place things were tough back, then but basketball in Jersey City was striving. Best was always been a poor man's sport. As the socio economics of the city changed in town became a poor place basketball held an even bigger place, and he rolls kids here. One of those kids was my Olsen and his teammate Jerry Walker. A professional basketball player turned social entrepreneur who was recently elected to political office in New Jersey. It was really tough at the time for a lot of families. It was really crazy for me. A couple of my family members got murdered from balancing the housing projects of Lafayette gardens. And my mom knew we had to do something or the first to keep on the right track and keep safe and basketball created a safe haven for me. When Terry would have gone to Garfield courts there as a kid. He lived right up the hill from courts, his mom could look out the kitchen window, and she could see him, and she would let them stay down there until she didn't hear ball bouncing anymore. When she didn't hear the ball bouncing anymore. She expected him to be walking up the hill. And coming home basketball was so significant in the lives of many kids that Jersey City was like a factory for tap class, athletes and say he's played a big part in that Jerry Walker. It was guys that was so good our communities. It was families to like the in Wilson. Legendary knows one guy down Wilson might be the best playground basketball player ever never heard. I've never heard of. We had shifts. It was a morning shift. The local guys enables guys would wake up in the morning. We'll probably be at the basketball could eight thirty nine o'clock in.

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Measuring the costs of climate change

Climate Cast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Measuring the costs of climate change

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society. Transition to a low-carbon economy Bank of America NA member FDIC. Cost of climate change. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul Kutner. This is climate cats. There are many ways to measure how much climate change is costing us. One method is by tracking billion dollar extreme weather events that have clear climate change. Links Dc aren't is chief of the monitoring section at Noah's national centers for environmental information in Asheville, North Carolina. We had fourteen billion dollar weather in climate disasters in the US in two thousand eighteen so that's the fourth most number of billion dollar disasters that we've seen in a given calendar year since we've been keeping tracks in nineteen eighty it's a little complicated on the drivers of of what's driving them up. But we are seeing about twice as many in a given year now than we were earlier during that forty year period, nor reports and NASA for that matter the twenty eighteen was the fourth hottest year in the global surface temperature record. That means the past five years are the five warmest years on record globally. Is there any precedent for that in the historical? Climate record. There is precedent. But only in recent years, it's kind of been a repeating cycle that we jumped to a new neighborhood as far as global temperatures concerned pretty much every time we've had a recent significant El Nino, which kinda goose in bumps to global temperature upward for that year. The one thing that has changed is we are leaving nineteen ninety eight which at the time, I know is kind of astronaut Michael, you know, off the charts. And now it's about the fall out of the top ten, and so that's a pretty good indicator that we've left the climate of the twentieth century the behind it's in the rear view mirror. It's not coming back. Dugard chief of the monitoring section at Noah's national centers for environmental information. Thanks for sharing your nalysts today. Thanks a lot Paul. My name is Molly record designer an artist and an educator based in Minneapolis Minnesota. And on John Kim by teach at Macalester, college media studies and art, and we're part of futures north which consists of me, Molly Daniel, dean, Inada, Marcus, and we created face change. And now phase two which is the data spatial ization of the effects of climate change overtime. What does the two degree number actually? And what is the four degree number actually mean that's associated with more dire predictions of climate change. How can you make use of those numbers as a way of creating an embodied experience of them through this installation? Phase change was originally commissioned by Northern Lights for the northern spark festival in two thousand sixteen we harvested twelve thousand pounds of ice from day, Marcus ga and then stored at passively in an ice house and then in June. We took that ice out and constructed three walls giant walls, the Todo view their trophy bunk by eight feet tall. Yeah. And so they're very impressive. In terms of the scale of them and facing those walls of ice were infrared heat lamps that were pulsing on enough in relationship to different climate scenarios. So one wall melted in relationship to a pre industrial climate scenario the second while melted in relationship to our current scenario, which is about a degree and a half hotter. And then the final while was projected future. If we continue businesses usual to the experience of it really was a collaborative experience with visitors to the to the peace where they were providing us with insights about what what it felt like and the way. They were arranged people could really inhabit the space. So they were surrounded by the information. And really, I mean, it registered in this very dramatic. And and tragic way what our practices about is trying to utilize visualization specialization techniques artistic techniques as a way of representing data in a way, that's more accessible intuitive. It also creates an emotional experience. And I think that's something that's not necessarily associated with data. And a lot of people said that when they visited the piece that it was very emotional. You can see John and molly's phase to art piece this Saturday at Silverwood park in Saint Anthony, it's part of a conversation focusing on art and climate change in partnership with climate generation and the three rivers park district. More at climate. Jen dot org that's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul hunter.

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"saint anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"To go into that. At all, I believe in the freedom of the press people should be able to look into what they want. But what I really want to focus on within optimistic agenda for this country. Clovis says she'll begin campaigning and working in Wisconsin. In other news today. No arrests yet in the shooting death of two women last night in Minneapolis. Please call about ten thirty to an apartment on the three hundred block of second avenue, southeast not far from Saint Anthony main Minneapolis police spokesperson, John elder officers arrived in the building in located two ceased adult females inside the building. There was no one else. At the scene suspects fled prior to officers arrival. He says they are asking anyone who knows anything about the incident to call police again. Heavy snow falling in the twin cities for a good part of the day. It's starting to taper off though, causing a number of accidents. Here's Mike Lynch with what more we can expect the snow is not winding down until the evening hours on Sunday evening. But after that, we're going to have a little bit of a break during the day tomorrow and then tomorrow night, and Tuesday, we have a winter storm watch out we're going to have a lot of snow and even more snowy says on Thursday, so keep your eye out. And keep your ears tuned here to WC CEO WC CO radio dot com. Officials in Wisconsin are reporting that five snowmobile crashes this past weekend resulted in fatalities Lieutenant ROY Zellner with the Wisconsin. Dig are tells the Star Tribune that excessive speed was a factor in some of the crashes while alcohol. May have been a factor in one of the vitality. That was in calcium at county near Green Bay where the snowmobiler was crushed by the machine after it hit a snowbank or an ice surface crack in Dunn county about fifty miles east of the Minnesota border. A rider was thrown to his death on a designated trail in Forrest county. A passenger fell off the machine was hit by another snowmobile while a snowmobiler collided with a car in Lansdale county. Another snowmobiler was struck by a commercial truck in iron county. Al shock WBZ news.

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"saint anthony" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Fifty one new political crisis developing in the African nation of Zimbabwe as the government cracks down on demonstrators protesting the highest gasoline prices in the world about thirteen dollars a gallon Zimbabwe warns last week's violent government crackdown is a taste of things to come. If there is further unrest officials claimed three people died during fuel price protests, but human rights groups say there were at least a dozen deaths that scores more had gunshot wounds. And there were hundreds of arrests foreign journalists have been kicked out of the country. Social media sites are banned. The UN condemns the crackdown seen as a return to the authoritarian role suffered under Zimbabwe's former President Robert Mugabe. Larry miller. CBS news, a west suburban woman as embarked on a ten month trip to Germany, hoping the shards of the Berlin Wall can yield new life funding a project looking at the forest just west Berlin. The Berlin Wall ran through forest park resident and Fulbright scholar. Elsa Andersson study on the treason or basis plants that live in that forest and see if there's any Berlin Wall can be seen in the plants this difficult part of world history yet. Might have growth in a better way. Better biodiversity is is something that you can always make a case is a good thing. So if the wall he kind of has that positive impacts Terry cash ner NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM plans have been unveiled to combine some Catholic parishes in Chicago archdiocese, if Chicago has announced the consolidation of several churches in the Bridgeport canary villain Chinatown areas, they include Saint Therese Chinese parish and Saint Barbara perish, which will unite to form. One new parish in July. Both church buildings will remain open for worship, meanwhile, all Saint Saint Anthony parish and Saint Mary a perpetual help perish will unite to form. One new parish Saint Mary perpetual, help church will serve as the worship site of the parish all Saint Saint Anthony church will close no.

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"saint anthony" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Romeo. Ville clocking in with fifteen seventeen along the lakefront WBZ news time one twenty. Our top story this hour. Vice President Mike Pence says he's looking forward to the Senate taking up President Trump's new offer to provide three years of protection from deportation for some people brought to this country illegally as children otherwise known as dreamers in exchange for five point seven billion dollars for steel barriers and other measures to secure the southern border. We believe that provides a framework a framework for ending this impasse, securing our border and reopening government much more on the story. The latest on President Trump's proposal this weekend coming up at one thirty one. Well, the airlines are getting closer to being on track. O'hare and midway airports after yesterday's snow at one point like delays laser more than an hour at O'Hare. Now, they're down to just about fifteen minutes hundred and seventy three cancellations there twenty five flights canceled at midway about fifteen minute delays there nationwide though more than fifteen hundred fifty flights were cancelled in and out of the US as that major winter storms time travel across the country, some Catholic parishes in Chicago. Say they are consolidating daises Chicago has announced plans to combine operations at parachute serving the Bridgeport canary Ville in Chinatown areas, the plans call for Saint Therese Chinese parish and Saint Barbara perish uniting to form a new parish, effective, July. Both churches will remain open as active worship sites of the new parish. Meanwhile, All Saints Saint Anthony parish and Saint Mary a perpetual help perish will unite to form. One new parish also effective in July. Saint Mary perpetual, help church will serve as the worship site for the new parish All Saints. Saint Anthony church will close no later than June thirtieth twenty twenty Jim NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Adler planetarium hosting a viewing party tonight for the super blood Wolfman simultaneous lunar eclipse, super moon tonight. The only total lunar eclipse this year and next with the moon closer to earth appearing slightly bigger and brighter. Reddish color, some call it the super blood wolf moon. Others blood moon, even the great American lunar eclipse totality lasts for sixty. Two minutes and the Chicago area began to ten forty one tonight and Adler planetarium we'll have both outdoor and indoor. Luna palooza viewing it three outdoors with heaters need to buy tickets for indoor viewing what's includes the new sky show. Imagine the moon, Pat, Cassidy NewsRadio No-now high point nine FM. Abraham LINCOLN presidential library museum in Springfield will be celebrating Martin Luther King junior's ninetieth birthday anniversary tomorrow, actor Reggie guidance will read king's I have a dream speech..

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"saint anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"And this was a story of a great big comeback for Saint Paul Johnson. How? About that. That'd be with you to Steve. Yeah. No doubt. Just an unbelievable game took place at at fried stadium at park center high school, and it really was. I wanna say a tale of two halves. But not quite Saint Anthony's stormed out to a twenty two to nothing lead bay on the first possession. Saint Paul Johnson three and out. And then they sat there, you know, because it was snowing very heavily at park center for three quarters of the game. And obviously before the game as well, so snowing and windy really adverse conditions that led to a lotta fumbles all night, and and right away, Saint Paul jobs and sap it over the head of their kicker, and he was going to knock it out of the end zone. And he got shouldered aside football is laying there Saint Anthony dole on it. They quickly took an eight milking weed, and they would extend that lead on the ground just churning out yardage two. Touchdown runs by junior bruising tailback Jonathon Kieren as well. As that. Troy Allison, they have a really quick athletic kid named Troy Ellison. Who's been a playmaker for them all year fifteen hundred total yards, and he was absolutely gassing. Saint Paul jobs in early. And so as of a minute to go in the first half, Saint Anthony enjoyed a twenty two to nothing. We'd but Saint Johnson, let's say call Johnson had a couple of plays towards the end of the half. And including a big one where sophomore quarterback Joey over to his senior brother Luc Moberg, and then of course, coached by their father Eric Mellberg. So Joey found Luke down the side bombs down the right sideline from forty five yards out. And so St Paul Johnson got on the board with thirty seconds left in the first half of the twenty two eight at halftime. And then in the second half really just the governor's really just tightened down defensively they forced three fumbles by Saint Anthony. And they had some big big turnovers on downs deep in their own territory through. Outside south the second half. And again, Joey and Luke connected three more times. And and really that was the difference. Luke ended up catching a pass down at the six yard line late in the third quarter. And so St Paul Johnson got within twenty four fourteen twenty sixteen rather at the end of the third quarter because of a big big play connection. Forty eight yards. Joey to Luke at the end of the third quarter. And and then in the fourth quarter that playmaker. I was telling you about Troy Alison, and I feel terrible for the kid big plays all night. But he he tried to feel the pun at its own forty eight fumbled. Saint Paul Johnson was able to recover and they drove down and forced down again, Joey fouled loop for the tying touchdown at twenty two. And then an interesting place Steve to take the lead. Ultimately what happened? Twice. They had run two point conversions in which they had four receiver split out for the far side to the left side, and Joey would just take the direct snap and run a quarterback draw and that worked twice while they showed the same formation the third time. But this time instead of running Joey through a quick slant to his brother Luc, go ahead two point conversion defense held late. And that's how Saint Paul jobs who came back to stun Saint Anthony village tonight twenty four twenty two so unbelievable atmosphere, and and just the wild and crazy game, especially with the weather and all things considered. But but a great story for for Saint Paul Johnson first time in the state tournament since nineteen Eighty-one, and they really, you know, coaches sons and everything it's really really quite a remarkable story. The leadership shown by the sophomore quarterback the neck an action he had with his brother wide receiver tonight that good stuff. Well, thanks so much. Appreciate. Bill have a good evening. Thank you. Thank you. All right. Bill hub prep spotlight dot TV in four quarterfinal action. Johnson beat Saint Anthony village twenty four twenty two short all Dutch food scoreboard, six eight Eden. Prairie beaten at tycoon fifteen thirteen Blaine leading east view fourteen to two in quarter. Number two. They had the power outage. They'll play tomorrow at three quick break. We'll come back. We're going to visit with a coach we're gonna take a break. We'll have all the parents. And then legendary head coach from all Atanas. Jeff Williams will join us to close out the show tonight. It is radio rally, and it's brought to you by federated insurance. Radio.

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"saint anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Oh, wow. What else we got? Let's see here. Lakeville? Thank you, Dan. One point six seven little falls two point three six in the last twenty four hours. Mississippi River will be roaring. They say should be interested in Washington. Anthony falls two point four inches of rain on the southwest side of beautiful Hastings, Minnesota four and a half inches of rain. Unfavorable buck hill right there in Burnsville. You right on thirty five were. Where the Olympia and Lindsey Vonn ski one point eight six. Hey, thank you. Todd for Morgan. Minnesota. Good morning. Seventy eight point seven eight seventy hundreds out there one and a half and Centerville. Thank you, Scott one point six in Cambridge Saint Peter four inches. What else? I got. He died. A one point four one point zero four rather and elk river had three inches morning. Dave, thank you. Jane? Rhonda one point seven five of rain overnight at seventy fifth street and highway fifty two in beautiful in heights. And Saint Anthony village two inches a out of center city. Thank you. Dave one and a half inches of rain. Keep those coming eight one eight zero seven, man. Yeah. There's some significant rain, although some of us needed that Susan out there, and it felt for the most part gently around the metro that was a good news was a lot though. Hey, I want to tell you about the gas prices today. Check it for you. Here. We have to seventy six on average today. So there you go about the same too bad traffic. Well, right now, the stole vehicle on thirty five north Bennet Clifford that one is cleared. Not a bad ride right now. Four ninety four south on this is between Rockford road and Carlson Parkway. But traffic's still building onto twelve eastbound refunding this between four ninety four in one sixty nine we do have a stall it's ninety four westbound at.

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Inmate Accused Of Killing Officer Indicted On 1st-Degree Murder

24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Inmate Accused Of Killing Officer Indicted On 1st-Degree Murder

"A Stillwater prison inmate accused of killing corrections. Officer Joseph Gombe last month made a court appearance on his new first degree murder charges today Edward Johnson. Allegedly beat gone with a hammer in. A shop, building on the prison. Grounds July eighteenth attorney Mike Padden. Is representing his family members patent says it was. Well known the gum feared for his safety, it was extremely, worried about workplace safety at Stillwater president said this to his families and friends and I quote it's going, to take one of us to die before any, changes become reality Close quote we think that says a lot in essence. Joe was a, sitting duck and he knew it Johnson is now charged. With two counts of first degree murder and one count of, second degree assault his next court. Appearances in November with a trial likely to be scheduled next.

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"saint anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"On the move in minneapolis again we just heard them on our live broadcast from the plaza at target field they're protesting the police shooting of a man in minneapolis last month and marking two years since the shooting of philander casteel two years ago tonight a shocking live stream on facebook showed the aftermath of an officer involved shooting death in falcon heights he had you thought him get his id his driver's license oh my god please don't tell me he's dead glenn reynolds took the video of philanthropist deal right after he was shot by anthony police officer haradim oh yanez it happened during a traffic stop two years ago on lara dharavi new near the minnesota state fairgrounds northgate the site this is seen of a candlelight vigils state by friends and family of casteel to mark two years since his death yanez was acquitted of manslaughter charges and fired by the saint anthony police department at shock w c c o the head of the minneapolis police union says he's been told that the man shot and killed by minneapolis police last month raised a gun toward the officers before he was shot in blevins junior was shot and killed june twenty third after officers responded to north minneapolis on reports that blevins was firing a gun into the air and into the ground lieutenant bob dole president of the minneapolis police federation says the officers were threatened by blevins what i've gathered from talking with their attorney is that it's going to be a justifiable officer involved shooting and the the individual posed a threat to the officers that determination will ultimately be made by the minnesota vca which is investigating the shooting the two officers involved ryan kelly and justin schmidt are unpaid administrative leave governor dayton today visiting storm ravaged south western minnesota part of the area that's now under a state of emergency because of heavy rain and high winds sustained quite a bit of damage is lake should tech just north of slayton's town limits slate and city administrators josh malko disaster declaration getting hsen macedo agency and then possibly the schools federal money important that is to get everything back to the way it was before that revenue going against there are thirty six counties under the governor's emergency declaration which also includes the red lake reservation the governor's order directs state agencies to continue to assist affected local governments in responding to and recovering from the facts of the storms a lack of beds in minnesota psychiatric facilities is keeping inmates with mental illness in jail without access to proper medical treatment a two thousand thirteen law requires.

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EPA's Pruitt takes heat in restaurant over environment policies

Rush Limbaugh

01:07 min | 2 years ago

EPA's Pruitt takes heat in restaurant over environment policies

"Epa administrator scott pruitt the latest trump administration officials to be harassed while dining out the new york post reports a sixth grade teacher from suburban dc confronted pruitt as he was finishing lunch yesterday at a restaurant a few blocks from epa headquarters the woman says she urged pruitt to resign because of what she said he's doing to the environment appropriate aide says the epa chief thanked the woman after she spoke her peace and he and his lunch companion left the white house says secretary of state mike pompeo will again meet with north korea leader kim jong un white house press secretary sarah sanders says pompeo and kimball discuss coming up with a plan that will further denuclearization pompeo will leave on thursday for those talks police have now identified the man whose body was found along the shore of the mohawk river in schenectady schenectady police say the man found dead is forty year old ronald johnson of schenectady johnson's death is not considered suspicious johnson's body found by the reverend richard carlino the pastor of saint john's the evangelist and saint anthony's churches carlino found the body what he went to work on his pontoon boat jim gangway already.

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How Do Jellyfish Breath?

Brains On!

01:22 min | 2 years ago

How Do Jellyfish Breath?

"Fish and then in another really really really thin layer that lines the stomach and because they only have two cell layers they don't really need to take in a lot of oxygen bind it to special molecules

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"saint anthony" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on WLAC

"Saint anthony off you iran on you nasr firing seven shots into kastiel car during a traffic stop last year in st paul suburb jurors unionists's manslaughter case viewed the dash cam video during the trial which ended last week with the jury clearing anez and the suspect in an explosion at a train station in brussels is dead after a bombing attempt at belgian authorities are calling a terrorist attack belgian troops took out the suspect and no one else was injured during the incident at the city's central train station on tuesday authorities have not released the identity of the suspect or confirm reports that the suspect was wearing an explosive device you're listening to the latest from nbc news radio the family of the us student held in north korea who returned home in a coma is rejecting a full autopsy on his body the hamilton county coroner's office performed an external examination on the body of auto warm beer who died on monday in cincinnati hospital there's no word on why the family refused an autopsy that might shed light on what caused the neurological injuries that left warm beer in a coma the 22yearold died just days after being released by north korea where he'd been held for seventeen months funeral services for warm beer are scheduled for thursday oj simpson's parole hearing is set for july twentieth tom roberts has the story unavem up role board said tuesday the hearing will take place on closedcircuit video with simpson that lovelock correctional center and fourthly board members reviewing the case and carson city the sixty nine year old former football star has served nine years behind bars for two thousand seven armed robbery involving sports memorabilia if simpson is granted parole he could walk out of prison in october simpson was acquitted more than twenty years ago of killing his exwife nicole brown simpson and her friend ron goldman tom roberts nbc news radio.

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"saint anthony" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on Code Switch

"The officer stopped him thought he fit the description of a robbery suspect who had quote a wide set knows now the accounts of what happened after that initial stop diverge after yana says he opened fire on casteel because he thought could still was reaching for his gun and he feared for his life because stills girlfriend diamond reynolds started live streaming on facebook almost immediately after those shots were fired and hear some of that audio he's licensees carry license the kerry he was trying to get out his ideas wildly out of pocket asia led the officer no he was he had a fire army was region phrase while wildly in the officer just shot him in his arm we're waiting for that i will say no way are we are during the trial diamond reynolds reiterated that could still was reaching for his driver's license not a gun regardless the jury did not convict officer yannis wonder who need a showed said they just can be sheriff could still was reaching for a gun are not we reached out to the police department in saint anthony village that swear officer janas worked to talk about the outcome of the trial they pointed us to a statement on the city's website that says quote the city of st anthony has concluded that the public will be best served if officer janas is no longer a police officer in our city the city intends to offer officer don is a voluntary separation agreement to help them transition to another career other than being a st anthony officer now according to the statement how that will i'll go down is still being negotiated amri for sure i'm a reporter with minnesota public radio and a cohost of their seventy four seconds podcast seventy four seconds pass between the time officer yannis turned on his police lights to pull over for lando casteel and then fired seven shots killing him we him for scheers podcast examines that seventy four seconds and everything that came after reham can you take us into the courtroom on the day the verdict was read take us into that moment i was sitting.

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"saint anthony" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"In the town of jardine and it had wounded a number of sds farmers and driven them from their particular town so what another serb aircraft appeared in the region and decided to continue these types of attacks that's what it was engaged by us of eighteen and shot down senate gop leaders would like to pass a healthcare bill by the fourth of july but that might be tough given the anger a some republicans that the bill as being shaped in secret the washington post's philip records the committee of about a dozen republican senators responsible with trying to put together this legislation and they've been very secretive about what policy specifics our inability if not seen any language yet and even narrow republican colleagues in the senate the rank and file republicans don't know what they're going to be voting on contrary to his tweet president trump is not under investigation by the russia probes special counsel robert muller according to his attorney on nbc main center her angus king said that's not important now but the investigation is serious stuff the russians are going away this isn't a oneoff deal there in a come after us in two thousand eighteen two thousand twenty and as marco rubio keep saying committee this could very easily work in the opposite way putin is not a republican on father's day and saint anthony minnesota wta hundreds of people came out to protest the acquittal of a former police officer in the death of the landreau casteel he was shot during a traffic stop last summer american brooks kepco won the us open golf tournament by four strokes winning his first major championship at the tender.

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"saint anthony" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on AP News

"Kdp radio i've tim mcguire several hundred people protested outside the minnesota state capital after an hispanic police officer was acquitted of the shooting death of a black motorist for lando casteel he saint anthony police officer horon oh her yana shot casteel fivetime shortly after casteel told them he was carrying a gun in his testify the thakur steel was reaching for that gun city officials in the saint paul suburb planned to offer again as a voluntary separation so that he can find another job after five days a jury in bill cosby sexual assault trial remains undecided outside the courthouse in philadelphia suburbs supporters of the actor and comedian the jury has been sent back to his hotel for the night it will resume deliberations tomorrow morning the navy says two crew members including the skipper of the us us fitzgerald have been evacuated from the destroyer after a collision with a cargo ship off the coast of japan pan seven other crew members are said to be missing the japanese broadcaster nhk reports the philippines ship reported the collision at around two thirty a m saturday japan time aerial footage from an nhk helicopter shows the right side at the us vessels severely damaged the navy says there is flooding in several oh the ship's compartments and the japanese coastguard is at the scene the hope is to get the fitzgerald back to port carrie fisher died from sleep apnea and a combination of other factors but investigators at the los angeles coroner's office were not able to pinpoint and exact cause in a release the officer autopsy show she had a build up a fatty tissue along the walls of her arteries and had taken multiple drugs before suffering a medical emergency on a flight in december she died four days later on the twenty seven her.

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"saint anthony" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio i took wire several hundred people protested outside the minnesota state capital after an hispanic police officer was acquitted of the shooting death of a black motorist for lando khust deal he saint anthony police officer horon oh her yana shot kissed fivetime shortly after casteel told them he was carrying a gun in his testify the thakur steel was reaching for that gun city officials in the saint paul suburb planned to offer again as a voluntary separation so that it can find another job after five days a jury and bill cosby sexual assault trial remains undecided outside the courthouse in philadelphia suburbs supporters of the actor and comedian the jury has been sent back to his hotel for the night it will resume deliberation tomorrow morning the navy says two crew members including the skipper of the us us fitzgerald have been evacuated from the destroyer after a collision with a cargo ship off the coast of japan ban seven other crew members are said to be missing the japanese broadcaster nhk reports the philippines ship reported the collision at around two thirty a m saturday japan time aerial footage from an nhk helicopter shows the right side of the us vessels severely damaged the navy says there is flooding in several oh the ship's compartments and the japanese coastguard is at the scene the hope is to get the fitzgerald back to port carrie fisher died from sleep apnea and a combination of other factors but investigators at the los angeles coroner's office were not able to pinpoint an exact cause in a release the officer autopsy show she had a bill up a fatty tissue along the walls of her arteries and had taken multiple drugs before suffering a medical emergency on a flight in december she died four days later on the twenty seven her.

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"saint anthony" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on AP News

"Broke with tradition and refuse to release his tax returns which would provide more complete financial information saga remain ghani washington trump is also acknowledged for the first time he is under federal investigation as part of the expanding probe into russia's election meddling i'm tim mcguire ap radio news the ap radio news i'm tim mcguire several hundred people protested outside the minnesota state capital afternoon spanich police officer was acquitted in the shooting death of a black motorist philander focused deal he saint anthony police officer her rhino her yana shot casteel fivetime shortly after casteel told them he was carrying a gun in his testified the thought casteel was reaching for that gun city officials in the saint paul suburb planned to offer again as a voluntary separation so that he can find another job after five days a jury in bill cosby sexual assault trial remains undecided outside the courthouse in philadelphia suburbs supporters of the actor and comedian the jury has been sent back to its hotel for the night it will resume deliberation tomorrow morning the navy says two crew members including the skipper of the uss fitzgerald have been evacuated from the destroyer after a collision with a cargo ship off the coast of japan banned seven other crew members are said to be missing the japanese broadcaster nhk reports the philippines ship reported the collision at around two thirty a m saturday japan time aerial footage from an nhk helicopter sales the right side at the us vessels severely damaged the navy says there is flooding in several oh the ship's compartments and the japanese coastguard is at the scene the hope is to get the fitzgerald back to port carrie fisher died from sleep apnea and a combination of other factors but investigators at the los angeles coroner's office were not able to pinpoint and exact cause in a release the officer autopsy show she had a build up a fatty tissue along the walls of her arteries and had taken multiple drugs before suffering a medical emergency on a flight in december she.

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"saint anthony" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio i've tim mcguire several hundred people protested outside the minnesota state capital after an hispanic police officer was acquitted in the shooting death of a black motorist philander focused deal he saint anthony police officer horon oh her yana shot casteel fivetime shortly after casteel told them he was carrying a gun in his testified he thought casteel was reaching for that gun city officials in the saint paul suburb planned to offer again as a voluntary separation so that it can find another job after five days a jury and bill cosby sexual assault trial remains undecided outside the courthouse in philadelphia suburbs supporters of the actor and comedian the jury has been sent back to his hotel for the night it will resume deliberations tomorrow morning the navy says two crew members including the skipper of the us us fitzgerald have been evacuated from the destroyer after a collision with a cargo ship off the coast of japan ban seven other crew members are said to be missing the japanese broadcaster nhk reports the philippines ship reported the collision at around two thirty a m saturday japan time aerial footage from an nhk helicopter shows the right side of the us vessels severely damaged the navy says there is flooding in several oh the ship's compartments and the japanese coastguard is at the scene the hope is to get the fitzgerald back to port carrie fisher died from sleep apnea and a combination of other factors but investigators at the los angeles coroner's office were not able to pinpoint an exact cause in early release officer autopsy show she had a bill up a fatty tissue along the walls of her arteries and had taken multiple drugs before suffering a medical emergency on a flight in december she died four days later on the twenty seven her mother.

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"saint anthony" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on AP News

"Broke with tradition and refuse to release his tax returns which would provide more complete financial information saga remain ghani washington trump has also acknowledged for the first time he is under federal investigation as part of the expanding probe into russia's election meddling i'm maguire ap radio news ap radio news i took wire several hundred people protested outside the minnesota state capital after an hispanic police officer was acquitted in the shooting death of a black motorist for lando casteel heating in saint anthony police officer horon oh her yana shot casteel fivetime shortly after casteel told him he was carrying a gun in his testify the thakur steel was reaching for that gun city officials in the saint paul suburb planned to offer again as a voluntary separation so that it can find another job after five days a jury and bill cosby sexual assault trial remains undecided outside the courthouse in philadelphia suburbs supporters of the actor and comedian the jury has been sent back to his hotel for the night it will resume deliberations tomorrow morning the navy says two crew members including the skipper of the uss fitzgerald have been evacuated from the destroyer after a collision with a cargo ship off the coast of japan ban seven other crew members are said to be missing the japanese broadcaster nhk reports the philippines ship reported the collision at around two thirty a m saturday japan time aerial footage from an nhk helicopter shows the right side at the u s vessels severely damaged the navy says there is flooding and served all the ship's compartments and the japanese coastguard is at the scene the hope is to get the fitzgerald back to port carrie fisher died from sleep apnea and a combination of other factors but investigators at the los angeles coroner's office were not able to pinpoint an exact cause in early early office says autopsy show she had a build up a fatty tissue along the walls of her arteries and had taken multiple drugs before suffering a medical emergency on a flight in december she died four days later on the twenty seven her.

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"saint anthony" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"saint anthony" Discussed on AP News

"To the ap radio network pay did you know that the associated press says newsrelated blocks the latest installment as i pat i had brings to moments than presidential had his term life in the vast bodo collection highlights include checkers madonna that was the focal point of nixon's 1915 checkers these on the clintons baletic sucks i had heard that for animal lovers and his rebuffed a ages there's is available on hindumuslim nurbakhsh ap radio i've tim mcguire several hundred people protested outside the minnesota state capital after an hispanic police officer was acquitted in the shooting death of a black motorist for lando casteel deal saint anthony police officer horon oh her want yana shot casteel fivetime shortly after casteel told them he was carrying a gun in his testified the dr steele was reaching for that gun city officials in the saint paul suburb planned to offer again as a voluntary separation so that it can find another job after five days a jury and bill cosby sexual assault trial remains undecided outside the courthouse in philadelphia suburbs supporters of the actor and comedian the jury has been sent back to his hotel for the night it will resume deliberations tomorrow morning the navy says two crew members including the skipper of the us us fitzgerald have been evacuated from the destroyer after a collision with a cargo ship off the coast of japan seven other crew members are said to be missing the japanese broadcaster nhk reports the philippines ship reported that collision at around two thirty a m saturday japan time aerial footage from an nhk helicopter shows the right side at the us vessels severely damaged the navy says there is flooding in several the ship's compartments and the japanese coastguard is at the scene the hope is to get the fitzgerald back to port carrie fisher died from sleep apnea and a combination of other factors but investigators at the los angeles coroner's office were not able to pinpoint an exact cause in a release the officer autopsy show she how to build up a fatty tissue along the walls of her arteries and had taken multiple drugs before suffering a medical emergency on a flight in december she died four days later on the twenty seven her.

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