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How Have Hispanic Americans Helped Shape the U.S.?
"Brain Steph Lauryn Boban here. Here in the United States, it's Hispanic heritage month, which officially began as Hispanic Heritage Week in nineteen, sixty eight. Unlike many other campaigns that observe and honor the contributions of a particular group of Americans Hispanic heritage bump run throughout. September. But rather starts on September fifteenth and continues through mid. October. So, why does it start in the middle of the month? Well, a Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras. Nicaragua. All celebrate their Independence Day on September fifteenth. Mexico's is on September Sixteenth Chili's is September eighteenth and believes independence. Day Is September twenty first. By, stretching into October, the holiday also includes de la Raza on October twelve, which is a kind of rejection of Columbus Day because of Christopher, Columbus's many crimes against humanity and see our episode on Columbus Day for more about that. De la Rosa instead celebrates the melding of Hispanic races or Raza, and cultures. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, let's talk about three times at Hispanic Americans have changed the course of history. Some three hundred years after Spanish, conquerors became the first non native Americans to view the Mississippi River and later the Grand Canyon one host. Jeff Marianne Hernandez helps smooth transfer of the territory of Florida into US rule Florida was still part of Spain when Hernandez was born in Saint Augustine in seventeen eighty four. But that changed when he was selected to serve in the House of Representatives and was sworn into duty in eighteen, twenty three as the first Hispanic person to serve in. Congress. In historical context Hernandez being a slave owner is a controversial figure. Still. He remains the first one, hundred twenty eight Hispanic people to serve in the. US Congress. Maybe of more relevance today is the first Hispanic senator elected to a full term in Congress. New Mexico's Dennis Shabas in nineteen thirty five. We spoke with Paul Orbits Historian at the University of Florida. He said in addition to being the first American born Hispanic senator. He's critical for the time we live in because he fought on behalf of all working class. Equally, he fought for higher wages legislation he fought for people to have the right to organize a union he fought for more progress and you as foreign policy for Latin America he organized N. Double ACP leaders against Jim Crow Segregation. Then, a Chevette as one of those people we can use Hispanic heritage month to talk about our connection other people's democratic struggles. Today's Congress. The one hundred sixteenth has forty seven members of Hispanic heritage. Hispanic Americans also helped turn the tide of the civil war. Some twenty thousand were involved in the conflict. While some in the southeast sided with the confederacy especially those who came from wealthy families with plantations or other businesses in Louisiana Alabama more supported the union. or it said a lot of Mexican American soldiers fought on the side of the Union army in the southwest and actually helped defeat the confederacy in the southwest. Hispanic people in the West back the Mexican government to and celebrated the country's defeat of the French at the battle of Puebla on May fifth of sixty two single Demayo in a victory that may have helped prevent the French from siding with the confederacy and thus ultimately helping the Union win. A bit more modern only about eight years before the US Supreme Court ruled in Brown versus the Board of Education, that segregation in public schools is unconstitutional as Spanish schoolgirl showed the way. Sylvia Mendez a Puerto Rican and Mexican heritage was just eight years old when she and her brothers were denied enrollment into the white only Westminster School district in Orange County in nineteen, forty three. At the time about eighty percent of California, school districts were segregated. Her Parents Gonzalo. Felicitas Mendez enlisted other parents to fight the decision and they took the school board to court. After appeals that were abandoned short of the US Supreme Court Mendez Versus Westminster became the first successful federal school desegregation case in the nation that was in nineteen, forty seven. The case was important arguing that segregation itself even if schools were separate but equal was harmful unconstitutional under the fourteenth amendment specifically, the clause, the calls for protection of the laws for all citizens. In appeals Sylvia's case was argued by Thurgood Marshall who went on to argue for the
"saint augustine" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"As in Anna from Saint Augustine Florida and I'm glad you called high right the last one gene I'm I'm thirty years old that listening to you while back in November I have a five year old and a three year old now thank you and inquire about your health on a daily basis the reason I'm calling today is that for the first time in my life I would say I am just feeling hopeless and little defeated about eight of our country I'm looking at my daughter and and you can remember each that she's going to grow up not knowing the America that I have known and I know there's probably a lot of other regime out there right now you have their own kids and probably feel the same way right now and I just thought you went to hat and in the car for a few hours if I could just talk to you today that you might know what to say my perspective is back on track in this offer hello I do know what to say I do have I do have suggested and by the way you're not alone there are many people who think that the future of the country is not going to be as bright as good as the past a lot of people in Jeddah mentally fried many of our parents and grandparents obvious like you who are scared to death that the forces of anti Americanism or winning and there doesn't seem to be any coordinated effort of any substance or power to stop them and let me tell you the first thing to do and this will work turn off all television news for a week just don't watch anything I don't care what network don't watch it you may think well that's impossible I gotta keep up with things now if you want to keep up with the nose find the things that you trust in god of them via websites or what have you but do not watch televised cable news just try it for a week and I will guarantee you one thing will happen your attitude will change dramatically once you shut out the primary source of fear and negativism M. pessimism once you simply prevent that stuff from getting past your boundaries in into your system you'll have a remarkably different outlook on every day I'm not telling you to be in the mile I'm not telling you to bury your head in the sand I'm saying all voided the propaganda and the people lying to you who want you to feel exactly the way you feel that is their objective and then realize president trump has a limitless energy he is a fighter he is not going default to these people he's not going to care if he's not going to give up on you he is not going to give up on the country and he's going to find people continually surrounding who have the same what have you but I have even other things to tell you if you can hang on and wait I gotta go a break here because of the lack of times hang on out there a new stream of American media just won't do Russia but he I'd beaten network San Diego station for local news news radio.
Anna Julia Cooper, Visionary Black Feminist
"Today we're talking about an African American author scholar Speaker activist sociologist and Educator who succeeded in an era when nearly all the cards were stacked against her are feminist of the day. Is Dr Anna Julia Cooper? Anna Julia Haywood was born into slavery on August tenth eighteen fifty eight in Raleigh North Carolina. When Anna was young she and her two older brothers worked as house slaves in the home of George Washington. Haywood when Anna was nearly five years old. Abraham Lincoln made his emancipation proclamation while life was still incredibly difficult for African Americans in the US especially in the south new doors. Slowly Open for children like Ama- when she was nine Anna won a scholarship to attend the new. Saint Augustine's normal school and Collegiate Institute. A school created to train new teachers to educate former slaves. Anna consistently got good grades. She excelled in the liberal arts as well as math and science even so anna soon realized her opportunities were limited by gender. In addition to race male classmates were directed towards a more rigorous curriculum than their female peers. Anna fought to take the men's courses and eventually succeeded. This fight prompted Anna to dive into advocacy for the education of black women in eighteen. Seventy seven Anna married one of her classmates George Cooper. He passed away just two years later. In the aftermath Anna Dove headfirst into furthering her education and advocacy. She studied mathematics at Oberlin. College where she continued to take the classes designated for men by eighteen. Eighty eight and had earned both a bachelor's of science and a masters degree she also taught math science and Latin at a high school for black students in DC in eighteen ninety two and published a book entitled a voice from the South by a black woman of the south it became one of the first poor African American feminist texts in it. Anna argues that educating black women is the single best investment in the well-being and prosperity of her community around that time. Anna joined the Black Women's Club movement. A coalition of middle-class black women striving to empower other African Americans and became Popular Public Speaker for the movement. She gave speeches at gatherings. Like the National Conference of Colored Women in eighteen ninety five and the first pan-american conference held in London. In one thousand nine hundred. She spoke about the oppression of African Americans and the importance of empowerment through education in nineteen. Oh Two Anna became the principal of the high school where she'd been teaching for years under her leadership. School became known for its Academic Reputation. And it's focused and college preparation. The schools focused drew no shortage of critics many people including prominent black speaker and community leader. Booker T. Washington believed that vocational classes were more important than academic ones. The DC board of education eventually sided with Anna's opposition and refuse to renew her contract for the nineteen o five school year still. She continued her work in education. Teaching at Lincoln University in one thousand nine ten Anna was hired to teach in her high school. Alma Mater Saint Augustine's. She stayed there until nineteen thirty. She also served as the president of a university for working adults by age sixty seven. She earned a doctorate degree from the Sorbonne in Paris making her the fourth African American woman in history to earn a degree of that level. Her dissertation called Slavery and the French revolutionist was written in French. Anna was a groundbreaking scholar educator and feminist writer. She was also a hardworking mother. Who raised to foster children and five adopted children? Anna passed away in her sleep at the age of one hundred five
U.S. National Aerobatic Champion Patty Wagstaff Recounts a Cessna 185 Flilght
"Welcome to another edition of there. I was a podcast where we put you in the cockpit with pilots in interesting situations and we learn learn how they flew out of them. I'm your host Richard McFadden today. We're delighted to welcome back our inaugural guest on there was podcast three time. US aerobatic robotic national champion. Paddy waxed how do you thank you for joining us again. And we're delighted to have you back on the podcast ace. Richard is great to be back. You're doing a great Javale this podcast. So I'm thrilled to be back. Thank you well great and thanks to people like you. They're so willing to share your circumstances in your situation with all all of us so that we can learn from you had a recent incident on your birthday of all days and you reached out to us to want to share the story about about what happened in the lessons learned. That came out of that. So do you mind sharing that with us today exactly. Yeah it was. My birthday was nine eleven and it was my birthday so all in all not such a great day. Hi It's it's a tough birthday anymore. It's kind of an emotional day anyway so So this was when my bonanza was wrecked in. Had An accident. Might Bonanza of all things I've never had an airplane accident before I've had a few promptings and things like that that for sure but Alone up to everything that I've never had a real accident and just to back it up very very slightly before I started flying i. I was in an accident in assessment to six in Alaska when I first started flying small airplanes up there. Flying in smaller planes in the airplane had Flipped upside down at the end of the runway. We didn't get off the runway and the pilot didn't use the full length of a muddy runway. And so so on so forth so I had been upside down on the ground in an airplane before you and of course those kinds of things really stick with you and so that actually comes into play in this incident. Yeah and people should know they. Probably don't know you for Bonanza flying but you fly one thousand nine hundred fifty eight K.. Model Bonanza that you have flown for a while now Inbetween your aerobatic events which are not so well for right. It's a great little plane to get around in As he says Kay model It was I bought it in nineteen in two thousand twelve and before that I'd had serious in in barons and this was the first detail that I'd had and I re- I really liked it Great little airplane. It was fast and comfortable double and so we miss it yet now. Is the airplane going to be repairable or might be cutting to the chase hurt. No airplanes total. Sorry now aw it was sixty years old so there was a lot. Got A lot out of it. You know for many years later a lot of people enjoyed it and I understand you were flying with an old friend of mine. China Jeff. Rochelle of former Air Force thunderbird pilot is that right. Yeah exactly. He's one of our instructors in good friend and So you were on different front years I think you were you. Were quite a bit later right and the meaning a much younger than he is. I think. That's okay yeah so He's an instructor in your school down there and Saint Augustine. He as instructs for us both in airbags in an upset that training and he also went with us to Kenya this year to give training to Kenya Wildlife Service. Wow fantastic and so you guys were were you coming back where you out on a training sortie Jordy or can you set the stage where it's what kind of flight was this. Sure so this was a we were at a meeting in Titusville about upset training and the weather is nice. Nice no problems in we as we got on the plane to leave. Jeff said Hey What an I fly and I said well you know it's left seats a little tricky to know plane there some little things things I want to show you? And I said it's it's getting laid out the slide this time next time. I'll put you in the left seat because he hadn't actually flown this airplane before and also there's no brakes on the right. Let's see the rudder pedals but they were stowed. I just didn't want to deal with with all that. And he goes okay so I jumped in the legacy but my seatbelt and and we took off and flew back. Who's better forty minute flight back to Saint Augustine? Yeah so important for people to know that. bonanza in this model of detail. Bonanza it has the throw over yoke doc and it also has the rudder pedals that you can stow so the idea. Was the person in the right seat. If you don't want them to has no ability to control the airplane whatsoever you take the okay the rudder pedals and it's just a nice comfortable seat for them. And that's how you had it configured for this Flight Right Act and I certainly wasn't worried about jeff flying the airplane plane. I just didn't want to have to deal with the checkout. It's got a it's got. These older details have The Piano Keys. And that's what controls the flaps APPs in the gear and the reverse from the newer airplanes so even a highly experienced pilot like jeff need to check out on how that works and it's a little awkward to operate. Operate those from the right seat upshur so till two different airplane for sure these these older planes And you have to be very careful not to go go back muscle memory with a new plan so I jumped in the left seat. We flew back Everything was eventful was nice weather. The traffic pattern was uh-huh nobody in the patrimony. Got Back to Saint Augustine and we were cleared to land landed. I landed a little bit long because my hangers down at the far end of runway. One the three To the South we touched down. The centerline Everything is very relaxed and fine and I was rolling out ahead about half flaps on and we were rolling out. I hadn't applied brakes yet. I was very careful with that airplane. It's an older plane and I never haunt on the brakes or you know applied the milliard sure. Yeah does it. Have the old goodyear breaks or or had it been upgraded to Cleveland Breaks. Has Cleveland breaks but I never want to put a lot of side load on the gear so so so just rolling out and all of a sudden the plane sort of ears right into the grass and jeff and I looked at each other. I grabbed the yoke can pulled it back and looked at. He said it's going into the grass. Like I said. Check the power because I have my hands full holding the outback and he checked the his hand on this model to make sure because it idle and meanwhile I tried to steer it with the brakes or the absurd with the rudder pedals and got nothing. I couldn't move them I thought I was just about to slow down and it hit a berm. The small firm. You wouldn't one of those in the grass that you would know is there and the plane started to go over over and we looked at each other and he said it's going over sh and it did it just went straight over tail over nose and ended up upside down on the graphs. Sounds like it just happened so quickly it was quick and It was really surprising. And just you know I mean you just just you in disbelief for a few moments. Just can't believe this actually happened. That's aviation sometimes right there. You are typical normal landing. Everything's fine then. You're slowing down to exit the runway and next thing you know the airplanes starts veer to the right. You run off the runway. You're upside down in a matter of probably less than a minute or two. When all that happened I don't know it's probably just you know thirty seconds? I'm guessing twenty seconds or something like that and I remember somebody saying to me longtime ago you know when accidents happen. They happen very very quickly. It's not something you can prepare for ahead of time. Yeah of course you can prepare everything you can for the you know the worst but when it actually happens you're not can have time to organize things And so as the plane was in. You guys realize we're going over. Did you have time to do anything. They're canaries for impact. Do anything you just have to brace so couple of things that were interesting won. The seat belts are older and the shoulder shoulder. Harnesses are a later addition to the plane. They didn't come shoulder harnesses in the initially and our shoulder harnesses where the kind of Chris cost kind that weren't on an inertial real. We had been wanting to change it but we had the older kind so that when they were on they were a little tight and it was awkward to reach Ford and Change Few uh uh switch fuel tanks and do some other things so what I normally would do is take off with the shoulder harness on and Then take it off in the air when I get up to altitude so I could switch tanks and things like that and then fly without the shoulder harness and a lot of times I have to say. I didn't put it on for landing. Even though I know a lot of times I did but there were times. I didn't in this case because it was a really short flight from Titusville and I knew I didn't have to switch tanks. Thanks consider some Feel management in these older planes. I left my shoulder harness on which was a little unusual for me if I hadn't left. mysolar harness ars on. I probably would have gotten hurt. And Jeff had a shoulder harness on too so we were really lucky with that so we had our differences on. Were upside down and I looked over and said are you okay and I remember being upside down on that Cessna six in nineteen eighty. Maybe to No earlier than that is probably Nineteen seventy-nine in remembered the pilot saying be careful. Be careful her yourself when you get out because there's been a lot of. I think there's been a lot of injuries for people when they upside down. They rip off their seat building. They hit their head and said okay be careful and I remembered it. So it's amazing. How these things are they stay with
4-year-old boy dropped off at southeast Houston fire station
"HBV and CBS trying to figure out why someone dropped off a little boy at a fire station last night police say the boy was left at fire station forty six near quarter in Saint Augustine he's
"saint augustine" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"At a Saint Augustine yard and what is the watering the required but during the winter time that's a good question so is fabulous yeah so we're about it yeah you're I don't think you're on if you're part is sent on a water systems you know they it's a private wealth okay they they taught they take your the sewer fee rates from the three months of winter time and that's they want to do of water we typically use during that time so we tell most folks mosis status trees shrubs lawns except our in our landscape typically from mid September to March first needs very very little supplement irrigation because the days are shorter the nights are colder temperatures and plants are going dormant and then we usually have a Wells us spread our rainfall course of timbre was super hot so in lieu of significant rain events which is an answer to at each rain events of spread out throughout the month we tell folks to only supplement irrigate once every have blessed once every three to four weeks if that during the winter months okay the problem is people are still irrigating the same quantity of water as a word in July August and September and that's a no no we don't need to fear getting our lawns are plant material that much water yeah the waste water and damage it might yes definitely so we thank we we normally bank water in our landscapes eight or nine months of the year and we were.
Bahamas reports 'total devastation' in wake of Hurricane Dorian
"The destruction is catastrophic in the Bahamas in the wake of hurricane Dorian the prime minister they're calling it one of the country's greatest national crises in its history as many as thirteen thousand homes are destroyed or damaged rescue and relief efforts are under way we hear about it from CBS correspondent David bag now in the capital of Nassau the United States Coast Guard is so crucial here right now they have deployed resources and continue to aid the people affected there's an M. H. sixty Jayhawk helicopter several crews that are based out of and rose island this just to the southwest of where we are they're also more than a dozen shallow water rescue boats on stand by at least seven deaths are blamed on the storm so far Dorian is now a category two storm with one hundred five mile per hour winds as it moves parallel to Florida's east coast Dorian pass near Daytona beach with no reports of major damage so far Orlando's airport is re opening at noon we hear mandatory evacuations are in place in eight counties CBS correspondent Matt mark Strassman as says from Saint Augustine that everything is seems to be okay here in St Augustine beach for instance they have a checklist of elderly residents have been going door to door the last couple of days police officers to try to figure out are you gonna say are you going to go and if you gonna stay are you all set with food provisions making sure that you're you're gonna be comfortable for a couple of days and then they also know who they have to check on today tomorrow and the next day to make sure that they they got out and got through this thing okay durian slow track it's expected to take it close to Georgia tonight and then move near or over the Carolinas tomorrow also the navy is ordered ships based on Virginia's coast to head out to sea to avoid the
Mandatory evacuations for Hurricane Dorian issued for coastal communities
"Mandatory evacuations are in place for eight counties along Florida's east coast as hurricane Dorian makes its way towards the US hurricane warning extends north of Cape Canaveral almost to Jacksonville CBS news correspondent mark Strassman reports from Saint Augustine Florida here in St Augustine beach for instance they have a checklist of elderly residents have been going door to door the last couple of days police officers to try to figure out are you gonna stay are you going to go and if you gonna stay are you all set with food provisions making sure that you were you're gonna be comfortable for a couple of days and then they also know who they have to check on today tomorrow and the next day to make sure that they they got I got through
Hurricane Dorian may hit Florida with storm-surge flooding
"Forecast hurricane during bringing those tropical storm conditions along the northeast coast of Florida as you just heard but flooding and storm surges the issue at the moment could be a hazard as Dorian marches up the east coast let's get more now from correspondence or tomorrow this storm is that parallels the Florida coast is going up the eastern seaboard and it's expected to battered Georgia South Carolina and North Carolina so the actuation orders go from here all the way up to the Outer Banks now officials in those communities are urging people to also evacuate that's why we're hearing this evacuation numbers topping two million overnight and other state of emergency signed by president trump this one for North Carolina three Marshall ABC news is someone a beach Florida let's check in with NBC radio national correspondent bills and for he's also tracking Dorian and can we say Florida has been spared yet the bill. I don't think so Joe because while the it will not make a landfall there right now this the center of this storm remains about a hundred miles off the coast but what we are now seeing is that the storm has expanded even though it has weakened a little bit with maximum sustained winds of a hundred five miles per hour we now have hurricane force winds extending sixty miles from the center and tropical storm force winds extending a hundred seventy five miles from the center and these heavy rain bands are now almost halfway across the Florida peninsula so you have by areas like Jacksonville getting really dumped on with heavy rains a Saint Augustine Daytona beach are they are getting some heavy rain out of this and one thing to keep an eye on here is I'm seeing some embedded hurricanes are a type of tornadoes rather embedded within this better popping up every now and then so far I haven't seen any making landfall they've been out off the coast but another thing to worry about so storm surge flooding gonna be a big issue for Florida they have not escape this as of yet there is right now this storm I like I said remains parked off the coast but is dumping some pretty heavy rain all the way in as far as past Orlando so it really is affecting quite a big area of Florida right now and guess what you know we got more names to worry about here because in the latest report from the national hurricane center we have two new tropical storms Ferdinand in the Gulf of Mexico that should it made but threaten us South Texas with a lot of rain but it should dissipate rather quickly one to keep an eye on here is Gabrielle which just hit tropical storm status this morning it is in the mid Atlantic right now between Africa and the Caribbean those are the kind that really generate into major storm so keep an eye on Gabrielle and the forecasters are watching a tropical wave expected to come off the coast of Africa were no where near done with this busy time of year this brings. Kerry stuff I mean I you know I I know we always get hurricanes but it just seems like these these storms are getting bigger and bigger in our little monsters. yeah yeah well I you know this is the first time since we begin with since we've been keeping satellite data that we have had a category five storm for four years in a row in the Atlantic so there is some credence to that when you think it's not just your imagination that the storms are getting nastier it is true Dorian of course was a category five one hit the Bahamas by the way we're beginning you'll get some looks at the Bahamas and those islands Abaco island great Bahama island total devastation the death toll at seven and that's expected this bike okay thank you NBC radio national correspondent
"saint augustine" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"The Dow tell Charles Charles so the words rather than to raise a traffic heading out you all have four lanes of traffic heading out on both of those other states out of both of those pretty good sized cities Jim there in Saint Augustine is it pretty much as you just move around. things open our restaurants open our gas stations open. not really as I didn't see a lot of it yesterday Larry effect within again one of the things that struck me as I drove down the hours so from Jacksonville whole few businesses and homes. windows boarded up now the hotel I'm staying at here the incidence of the old to a fifty year old building here in downtown Saint Augustine the right right on the bay the historic city Saint Augustine who with live well with those are covered by plywood. pieces of plywood here so they've taken the precaution but I what I was kind of struck by that especially on the some of the the houses especially right on the right on the beach right on the water. right at the edge of the dunes again on that famous highway eighty one A. coming down from. Jacksonville beach stay here to say always very very few of those houses the windows boarded up and I can tell you that it is very little Dorothy here as well and then up the certainly up in eastern North Carolina there are a lot of people fellas who are still struggling to recover. some of the wind and flooding damage they had eaten Matthew three years ago. well our thoughts and prayers to all those folks along the coast and appreciate the update Jim thank you. always good to talk to fellow take care. CBS is Jim Kerr's solo in Saint Augustine Florida on a disk institute of Pittsburgh news line coming up we'll take a look at the weekend weather here we've got traffic with Kathy Berger in and Jim colony in sports speaking of sports football has arrived college football now you get the pros in FanDuel sports book is here for you and if you have a little skin in the game maybe you'll enjoy it even more right here in Pennsylvania to Jersey or West Virginia.
Hurricane Dorian prompts evacuation orders as Florida braces
"And west evacuation orders are up along the coast now CBS's mark Strassman those boards are going up where he is in Saint Augustine Florida. coastal Florida now is battening down and boarding up with widespread evacuation orders in effect Florida governor rod dissented if you are ordered to evacuate yes safety comes first and you don't want to mess with the storm that is going at a hundred eighty five miles per hour stay with us we'll have continuing coverage of the storm here also
Weather forecasters say extremely powerful Hurricane Dorian has made landfall on Abaco Islands in the Bahamas
"To lead the National Weather Service says hurricane Dorian has made landfall on the Bahamas it's the strongest storm to hit the northwestern area of the country in modern times with winds around one hundred and eighty five miles per hour Bruce Aust lives on the Abaco islands are was were were outside the house should be built strong let's hope it ends and continues to whether there's Dorian is no longer expected to directly hit Florida but hurricane watches have just been posted for parts of the east coast Eric Blake is with the national hurricane center forecast to move very slowly between Bahamas and and Florida the rain bands will probably start tomorrow it's just creeping creeping westward at that time to expect long duration attentive of heavy rainfall and high winds and in some coastal flooding CBS's mark Strassman is in Saint Augustine so this goes to U. S. states no they could still be in the bull's eye as south Carolina's governor has declared a state of emergency Georgia and North Carolina are tracking the storm closely Dorian
Brian Oakley, Florida And Carolinas discussed on Sean Hannity
"The search continues for two firefighters who took a boat to go fishing and never came back day four of the massive search for two missing firefighters ramped up Tuesday to now go out as far as eighty miles off the Florida coast this comes after a critical clue was found Monday in the Atlantic east of Saint Augustine a tackle bag confirmed to belong to one of the men Justin Walker Brian Oakley left port Canaveral Friday morning for a fun day of fishing on board there twenty four foot single console boat they never returned and have been missing ever since the Coast Guard let operations been flying in boating ocean grid patterns around the clock covering more than five hundred thousand square miles from Florida to the Carolinas still not seen the firefighters nor the boat in Miami Phil Keating fox
Florida woman pulled knife on woman who refused to give her pizza, deputies say
"Police arrested a woman in Florida who they say try to attack another woman with a knife when she was denied a slice of pizza the Saint Augustine record reports the woman is accused of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon with out intent to kill police said she became angry after another woman denied her a pizza slice when she asked for one the woman then told investigators she didn't remember much as a Friday she was still in jail with no attorneys listed in
Chicago's elusive gator settles into new home in Florida
"An alligator that eluded capture for days in a Chicago Laguna settling into its new home in Florida the Saint Augustine alligator farm says it has welcomed the reptile known as chance the snapper with a banner pizza and Chicago's greatest hits the four foot eighteen pound American alligator became an instant sensation from the day he was spotted in Chicago's Humboldt park lagoon photos popped up online investigators don't know why the animal was in the lagoon but experts say you would not have survived the Chicago
Chicago, Frank Rob And Gator discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"The elusive alligator that's been living in a park on Chicago's west side has been captured Chicago's police spokesman says the humble part Gator nickname chance the snapper was caught you mainly early Tuesday and is in good health it was first spotted last week in photos soon started showing up online investigators say they don't know why the animal which is at least four feet long was on the loose in Chicago it was captured thanks to Gator expert Frank rob of Saint Augustine Florida who is called in over the weekend he had sections of the park closed off to reduce noise and other activity that might keep the animal in
Why Did Trump Pull Back From Bombing Iran?
"Iran of course shut down a u._s. drone in attacked two oil tankers in the last couple of weeks the u._s. flirted with the idea of doing an attack though the president i said yes then changed his mind on it thought that it wasn't appropriate at the time was worried about the collateral damage join us to talk about national security expert edward sanski it's always you're always a lot of monday morning quarterbacking when it comes to this particular president of what you think of the decision debate in this case ever jimmy certainly is and i think the reason there's so much quarterbacking monday morning quarterbacking is because of the things that president says that either strike you as closely held secrets that ought to be kept out of the public eye or maybe he's engaging in the strategy that's fate that's where you're trying to put your adversary when his back foot by making it appear as if you're going to be very aggressive and then you pull back to give him an opportunity to think things through so if if we're to believe and it's hard to kind of pick out the truth of what is happening but if we're going to believe that the administration has a plan to pushing back the audience the first stage appeared to be sanctions the second was cyber attack against iran's military capabilities that we're not sure if they're also going after economic capabilities but right now i think there are many questions in the region and the reason there are so many questions is because the president has said things that quite frankly probably ought not be openly discussed meantime secretary pompeo is in saudi arabia as we speak so it's not as well it's just coming knee jerk reaction out of the white house i mean we do have our secretaries state and and other officials of the administration who are trying to diplomatically handle this too will i think you're right to point out that this it would be a mistake to say that this is all seat of the pants actively i do think there's conscious design and it's not just mike pompeo going to arab capitals it's also john bolton going to israel to reassure the israelis that look we do have a plan even though we may have not have acted precipitously don't for a moment imagine that we're not going to be pulling together a coherent action to push back against the iranians i'll say this much about the president i i did not expect to hear thomas acquaintance i'm sorry saint augustine coming out of them what he's talking about proportionality of war i think many of his supporters wanna hear that exactly they don't want us propelled into a war where we're fighting a country four times the size of iraq and committing troops in a way we're not sure how we're going to get out of the thing so i i do think he he has a cautious approach as i said the one thing i'd like to moderate is a little bit of his speech what he reveals by way of inter fought i think some things are best left unsaid go out and act harry carry the big stack speak softly and and i think he's trying to throttle back some of the more incendiary rhetoric but he's gotta be careful not to create the impression that somehow we're week because we weakness is provocative and that's the my fear is the iranians are going to drill that lesson for my reserve nicer thank you as always we appreciate your time that is national security expert ever sanski joining us your newsradio seven forty
"saint augustine" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"A mess in downtown Dallas little bit of mess. In south Fort Worth quite a bit going on. And we'll start in Carrollton. Thirty five south accident in the left lanes around Dickerson Parkway. This is going to be just before you get to sandy lake wit lock. Now there is some backup, but it's not terrible. And I think that's because something else has happened behind it closer to Frankford. Pretty tough coming off of the same Rayburn I'm gonna say this could be Fender bender right in that connector towards the to the Bush turnpike. So all southbound traffic right now. Well, that all there is going to be some northbound traffic. Tell us why briefly will because of L would the two right lanes are blocked because of another accident. So that up now reaches from a little before six thirty five to Royal Mixmaster campuses in the feeder lanes from southbound, seventy five northbound forty five to westbound thirty you had an accident that was blocking the left lane, and it was blocking the right lane. Now, both lanes are open. It's all moved over to the right shoulder. So. Westbound thirty still very slow back to Jim Miller it really only helps low southbound seventy five back to Park Lane. Northbound forty five not really affected by it. Yet, now, south east Dallas, eastbound 175 at I twenty an accident has the center lane getting through. They are trying to get that cleared up now. But traffic is back to Saint Augustine. Right. Seventy five north Richardson to plano, already close to twenty minutes from six thirty five to plano Parkway. And of course, everything beyond that as it usually does fingers crossed stays this way. Looks good up to three eighty so trip in total. Bush turnpike to three eighty shouldn't be any more than twenty minutes. Randy fuller, let's look at a couple of spots in Tarrant county, got a big spot thirty five W over forty minutes from north Fort Worth, all the way to Burleson. It's gonna take you while get through that stretch. And eastbound twenty MacArthur's an accident blocking the right lane. It's backed up for human and eastbound thirty at the exit to thirty five W the accident. Is blocking the right lane and it's slow Montgomery? All right. I got just coming in and Parker county, westbound twenty accident, and it'll be prior to Santa Fe drive, but that's gonna be why you are so backed up right now from about centerpoint. So my advice to you would be to use or th- highway to bypass all of that traffic, Julian Rogers next report at five, fifty four, fifty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen. It's gonna be a lot nicer tonight than it was last night. A low of sixty five we will get some patchy fog.
"saint augustine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You know, we just had a caller who was asking about receding over Bermuda graphs because at some bare patches. A great time to do. So for those of you want to and you know, sometimes the question comes up, we have generally three different turf grasses in Texas. They're Saint Augustine Bermuda and soya. So what's kind of the differences here? Well, Bermuda and so- Asia require about half or less of the water that Saint Augustine would need to look good. Bermuda. We've put varieties of it on everything from golf courses to football fields baseball stadiums. Because it has the ability to really handle a lot of foot traffic. It's not that Saint Augustine. Can't it's more along the lines that when Bermuda's beat up from somebody throwing a football pitch. It recovers so much faster it grows so quickly. Bermuda more drought tolerant than Saint Augustine. When we go through a heavy drought. You may see both grasses just go to bare ground, and you think oh, that's it. They're lost in the first rain that saying seems probably not coming back. But you may be amazed at how much Bermuda would return and how quickly it will fill back in when we've had dry conditions. But the flipside is always the obvious one. Bermuda is an aggressive crore it grows above the crown on a runner, and it has below the ground fruit that can go many many inches deep. So it's very hard make a barrier to prevent Bermuda from going into places, you don't want it. So it's a terrible trade off that we have Saint Augustine gives you that wonderful coverage look force pretty green grass but requires so much water, but is easy control Bermuda tough crafts takes a ton of abuse can be. Just as beautiful of a lawn requires much less water Mussa little more disease resistant than Saint Augustine, but you plant Bermuda. And you'd better expect that you're going to have be Bermuda. Everywhere. We get this in neighborhoods where people will say, well, I put in this wonderful Saint Augustine lawn in my neighbor has Bermuda. And it's running into my lawn. How do I stop it? You stop it by encouraging the Bermuda to replace all the Saint Augustine. And then you don't have to worry about it anymore. Frustrating. Understood. But. Bermuda will beat Saint Augustine now Saint Augustine handle shadier environments much better than Bermuda. So that's a natural barrier. You'll see Saint Augustine we'll drive under your trees and the Bermuda won't. But those are some of the trade-offs there is no correct answer. You have to pick which one you like which one you're willing to put the maintenance into make look good. But there is no singular answer which one is right of the three Soyinka the Bermuda. The Saint Augustine only Bermuda comes in a good seed, you can find soya seed. But it's not what you think it is not the same kind of grass that you're getting for your turf, but Bermuda is available as a seed, which means it can be much less expensive to install Saint Augustine is only available as a sod. Again, tough choices long-term choices. No, right or wrong answer. So those are things to consider when you're when you're thinking about a turf, let's go to the phone. This is be good morning. Be. What can I help you with? I am a beginner gardener other than tomatoes grown before. I can pick those they're ripe in I just pull them let this year. I have a leaf vegetables like kale chard and leaf lettuce broccoli parsley. And I pay one of my lettuces and it never reproduced. So is a my not taking them, right? Are nor euro with Nobile you're okay with getting your lettuce like that? But when you pick the entire plant that means you have to put a new one in. Okay. So it's the one time is a one time deal. Like once I pull all the leaves out. They won't grow anymore leave. Well, it depends on how you harvest them. Now when you go to the grocery store, you get a whole head of lettuce when you're in your garden. What you wanna do is only pick a few outer leaves from each plant that way, you can make a harvest you're gonna wind up with a really nice. Alad, but the plant stays there. And it's going to start producing new leaves to replace the ones who harvest it's called cut and come again. Lettuce. Spinach kale, all of the Choi type vegetables all of them. You can do this with with cauliflower with broccoli when you harvest the head you're with cauliflower, you're not gonna get any more with broccoli. You may still get some smaller shoots that you can harvest later, but generally your leafy stuff just take a few lease from each plant. And then by the next week, you're going to have new growth on it. And you'll be able to make another harvest depending on how many plans you have. Of course, if you only have one lettuce plant. Well, it's you know, you're only going to get enough lettuce cover one sandwich as opposed to making a big salad, but they're cutting come again, so take a few leaves come back out in a few days. Take a few leaves? And you will see that you can have a very long delicious harvest, leafy stuff. The outer leaf. The okay, you may find be to have a like a pair of kitchen shares or garden, printers or scissors because the cleaner the cut that you use cut off that outer leave the less chance that the disease can get in an affect the plant. Okay. All righty. Well, let answers my question. Thank you very much. Good luck. Okay. Bye bye. Let's go to the phone. This is Gary good morning, Gary. Where can I help you with good morning? Talking about scenes progresses. I guess about six years ago. My front yard. And I absolutely love it. Yes. But this last summer, my Saint Augustine in the back got something, and it just marched crossing killed which I wasn't overly concerned about because I kept saying I will need to go you. My question is I wanna plug my backyard with Palisades zoysia? Enough yet for me to do that. Oh, yes, sir. Yes, sir. You're in a good temperature range. Now, are you going to purchase plugs or you looking at plugs from the front and taking them to the back? I'm going to purchase it. You know, Palisades also comes in full Saad is that just not an option for you. I'm just going to that area the whole backyard and let it got it got it and that works Palisades reasonably fast growers. So that should fill in nice for you..
"saint augustine" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Our top story. Thousands of people are filing past the casket of former president George H W Bush who lies in state in the US capitol rotunda this woman from Rochester, New York and her two young sons are among those people paying their respects I served under President, George W Bush and the United States Air Force. And I think it's just an honor and be able to share in this privilege with my boys bringing them to the capitol and just painter respects to the Bush family. We love the Bush family. The viewing will continue through tomorrow. When services will be held at the National Cathedral. Every living ex US president as well. As President Trump will be an attendance at the service at Prince Charles will also be there to represent Queen Elizabeth funeral. Arrangements are set for Wayne is and all the Louisville city f c founder who was killed in a plane crash last week. Visit tation will be this Sunday at Scott PIN role home in Jeffersonville. A funeral mass will be Monday at Saint Augustine Catholic church Stolpen all died last Friday when the small jet on what she was a passenger crashed into a wooded area shortly after takeoff from Clark county airport to others on board that jet including the pilot Andrew Davis were killed in the crash. Sam Thomas is a pastor of nor side Christian church where Davis was a member. When you hear about an accident like that there's so many things that happen in our world. Now, you don't always think it's going to be something that affects you. Sandra? Johnson of Louisiana was also killed in the crash. The cause of that accident is still under investigation. The university of Louisville is getting a new football coach today. He is Scott Satterfield who coached at Appalachian state. The u of l athletic sport expected to approve the hiring this afternoon. Followed by news conference at four thirty and you can hear that news conference live on eight forty W H A S urban Meyer will be retiring after coaching the Ohio State buckeyes in the Rose Bowl on New Year's day. Meyer had been suspended for the first three games of this season. After an investigation looked into his handling of claims of domestic violence that were made against a former assistant coach the move today is a good is good for recruiting says. Yes PIN's Kirk herbstreit. No longer gonna be speculation as they happy home of recruiting businesses. Bring recruits on. To their campus, their enemies will no longer be able to go there. Oh, man. I don't know. What about our urban Meyer? So. Great coach and Ryan day, and they keep their staff intact. And they keep that continuity, which I think when when you're winning at the level that they're winning is always so important offensive coordinator Ryan day will take over after the Rosebowl Meyer guided Ohio State to the national championship twenty four team. He also won titles at Florida in two thousand six and two thousand eight your next news update at eleven thirty. I'm Paul miles. Newsradio. Eight forty W H A S, Kentucky, Anna's breaking news, weather, and traffic station..
"saint augustine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Welcome to our number two, Florida gardening. I told everybody right before the break. We're gonna go to first Joe than Bill. So Joe in Largo. Let's find him right here. Good morning. Joe? Good morning, Mark. Do you get any home remedies for dollar weird? That's completely covered. Saint Augustine lawn. Number one, dollar wheat or Dicon, dry Hydrocare. I'm sorry. Hydrocare will first part of that word hydro water, which means you're really watering a lot you could either have a high water table, or you're you're just putting down too much water. And that's number one reason why you have the dollar we'd in the grass, okay? Okay. So so cutting back on the water. That's number one. Number two is to is this a Saint Augustine line. Is to use a proper herbicide this going to get you control of the dollar. We now have have you been trying to control it yourself. I'm just looking for a home remedy. I gotta get rid of it. Well, home remedies. Probably I don't I don't deal with things that aren't labeled by the FDA or the EPA to use on turf. So because I'm in the business of past control. And you gotta use what they say we're allowed to use. So I'm gonna make I'm gonna give you two recommendations. Alright. So Saint Augustine grass you ought to pick up one of two one or two products, the number I product, I'm gonna tell you as far less expensive than the second product. But for some people it will give you a fairly good control. If used regularly, okay? So that name of that product is called Atrazine a herbicide for Saint Augustine Atrazine AT are as Z. I n e so we use Atrazine for Saint Augustine and Atrazine herbicide you mix this product up with water, and you add a either a what we call Acer fact aunt or a wetter sticker into the gallon pump up sprayer that we're going to mix this in or a little dish water detergent. Because if you put a picture, this, you have a dollar, we'd in your hand, you're holding one and for people that don't know dollar weeds, look like a silver dollar, and they got a little stem in the center of it. And if you took a an eyedropper with a water in it, and you drop that onto the leaf of that dollar. We'd it would roll right off the other side. Okay. Because there is a glaxy leaf repels water. So the very first failure that most people get in using herbicides is they don't use something to make that spray. Stick to the actual weed that you're applying to so how do we make it stick while we either purchase a surfactant or a wedding agent, which is available at the garden centers are fairly inexpensive. You just ask for a wedding agent. Nagaile tayo. This is what you. Need over here or you can go the homeowner remedy way and use a little bit of dawn dishwashing, soap and outs or a teaspoonful in a gallon of water mixed up with your Saint Augustine weedkiller called Atrazine. And then you shake that up real real good. And you use all of that spray on the lawn. And you'll notice that physically covers that dollar. We'd now and in about those four weeks you'll see what you have to hit. What didn't die? Okay. And then you go out there, and you do it again and about four weeks you're going to go out there and do it again. So it's like a regular applications that you're going to have to keep doing because this particular herbicide Atrazine. Will only kill the weeds that are. They're basically at the time of application. You might kill a few weeds that are growing next to those weeds. But. Dollar. We'd continues to repopulate itself. If you know what I mean? So you'll kill the weeds that are there. But then more weeds come up, so you'll have to you'll have to repeat your application. The second product that I want tell you about much more effective you still want to use a wedding agent with it. But at this particular product is called celsius Fahrenheit and celsius celsius. CEO? Sl US much more effective. We'll give you longer control and it controls much faster. Okay. That's what I use. Sure, it's like Fahrenheit or celsius temperature gradients so celsius E E L S I U S. What's more C E L? That's Charlie Everett Lincoln Sam Ida, a U S celsius. Okay. I appreciate your help. No problem. And that's gonna be available. Usually at one of the do it yourself passed control stores Joe. But I also see that you are in Largo. And if you can't find it we saw it right there sixty six hundred Homerton. Thank you. All right Bye-bye. And you only tell people that that are right next door to me. So I don't usually say that. All right Bill in Tampa. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for waiting. Hey, mark. Right problem is I have seen Augustine grass. Yes, sir. My front yard. And I noticed this torpedo grass was growing through it. Sure, I call my landscaper, and he says, well, he can spray the torpedo grass, and it won't affect the Saint Augustine grass. Really? That's what I'm saying. Now, I tell them I wanna hire. Habit is he sprayed it? He said David two shots, and he's right to torpedo grass is dead. But so is the same Argosy really how about that. Whatever come back or redone. I'm assuming he he he sprayed it with something like a nonselective herbicide, which kills all grasses. And you know, because there's really nothing out there that will only kill one or the other. Okay. So I am fortunately for for. I'll herbicides work weed killers how they work is you have two different types of plants. You have grasses. Okay. Which are we call those Monaco Ledin where they come up. There's there's a single stem or we have will be called a dichotomy or dichotomy leanings, which when they first plant comes up. It's got to leaves on it while Monaco die cots that that's a huge difference in the weed killing world. So if I have a grass that I wanna kill. Around. I if I want to kill this grass out of my ornamental beds. I can do that because I can just target the grassy weeds, and it leaves, my ornamental plants alone alone. No problem. But the other way killing a specific grass out of another grass, that's real tough. That's real real tough. Now there there are a couple pre emergent herbicides that will give you limited limited control, and you'll make your you'll pay more money and have more heartache using those because I've been there. Because you have to have it down at the exact perfect time. The temperature has to always be perfect for you. And you will still get it to come back and you'll be doing it again next year. Okay. So if you really want to get the torpedo grass out of your lawn. You look for the area that has the most the PTO grass in it. And you kill that entire area. Use rip it out. And you put brand new side down will the torpedo grass. Come back. Yes. That's what we're going to have to do. Well, the torpedo grass come back. Yes. I'm just being honest with you. It's gonna come. Yeah. Torpedo grass back when Gil was with me, you know, fifteen years ago, he was at a funeral and they were lowering the casket you'll very solemn occasion. Lowering the casket and the hall of their three four feet down was a torpedo grass. Okay. So. It grows that deep and we'll come right back into your lawn. That's my point. That Serbia good point. Oh, okay. So you don't want to put yourself in that grave to worry about it kill off the bad areas. And the same thing goes Bill with wild Bermuda grass which gets into Saint Augustine. We tell our customers we can kill that entire area off. Yes, grape it make sure that areas dad than you recite over the top of that. And you're good to go for the next several years until it reappears because that's how it works. Thank you, Mark. Thank you very much. I'm being honest. I'm just telling you, though, you know, some people say, oh, you know, Joe is gonna tell you from XYZ company that I've got the magic bullet. No, he doesn't. Yeah. If he had the magic bullet. We would tell you that too. Thank you very much. You're very welcome Bill. Good luck. All right, Bye-bye, your turf grass. It is a science, you know, for people that think they can go out there. And you know, a lot of our stuff's online now. Oh my gosh. I've got customers. Well, I read online that you can only do this this this and this and that you're supposed to be using this product or that product. Well, I'm sure you can read anything you want online. She though. But then there's this thing called practical experience, you know, like, my thirty six years in the business data that has something to me that it has to mean something to so I been out there. I've tried these products. Heck some of the chemical companies use our company to test their products. Okay. And we have to write off forums where we've tested it. And we submit it back to them, and they use it as part of their task throughout state of Florida. So yes, we've been involved in all these things in the past. So it, you know, we've got quite a bit of experience. In doing these things, and, you know, not all of what you have in your lawn or your planting beds. I I it's not all that you can take care of something. Just because you've got somebody that you've hired to take care of it for you or or to maintain your area. There's things out there by gosh. You know, I it's it's super hard to do. Anyway, I wanna tell people I'd like to tell you all that one of the things that we do that's probably different than than other companies is when we run into a situation where we don't know what the heck's going on. I mean, hey that happens all the time. Just think if you go to the hospital, and you're in the hospital and something happens, you there for one reason and something else happens. Well, what's the doctor do what we're gonna run tests? Well, what do you think is any different about your turf for your ornamental plants, which are also living breathing things? Then if you were in the hospital and something came up while it order to determine what that something is that's affecting your living grass or you're living plants. We have to run tests. Well, here's the point of my argument. And my what I'm getting to the university of Florida through the county extension office. They used to do all these tests for us. And we'd we'd go out. We'd collect samples we could either collects route samples we would collect which samples of of your turf, or your ornamental. We would collect soil samples for P H Endo or nematode, ashtrays, and we would send this off to the to the state. Hey, these like four or five bucks, five bucks bucks? Eight bucks to the university of Florida to go ahead and test. This particular plant, or this particular lawn or the soil around this this thing, and we'd get the results back with a with a nice little note of use this product or this product to go ahead and control that problem. Very easy. Okay. Here's what's happened. Oh my gosh. University of Florida must need more money because those old tasks that were five and six bucks are sixty dollars now and forty dollars now. Okay. They have gone through the roof now as a professional. We have to charge for our time to to collect the samples for you package them in a proper manner. It's there's a lot involved in this and send them off. But where we used to do assert. We used to have a service. I'll tell you used to be like seventy five bucks. Now, it's like one hundred and fifty bucks because their prices have gone up so high and how many samples do you want us to take? You know, we got sometimes people I wanna know why that plant died. So well, let's we'll collect a sample. The university of Florida has a fee of sixty dollars are few collect it's going to be about sixty dollars will package it send it off to the university of Florida. And they might they might tell you what killed that plant. Maybe they might just say, oh, no we inconclusive. Have you ever been in a hospital, and they say oh inconclusive we have to perform another test. So how much do you want to spend for that plant? Then might cost you ten bucks or fifteen dollars. To find out what killed it? Well, if you're like me. Not not one hundred and fifty bucks. Okay. I got take a quick break. You're listening to Florida gardening..
Marine and his pregnant spouse escape Hurricane Florence to deliver twins in Florida
"So far along, and I was worried that I wouldn't be able to have the medical treatment because of the hurricane Danielle de Gregorio was thirty seven weeks pregnant as hurricane Florence turned toward her home state. She and her husband saw two options deliver the twins and a hurricane or make a run for Saint Augustine, Florida where their parents live. They went south the drive who very nerve wracking. But it also came with a relief the closer we got to home drive that usually takes about eight hours took them twelve got in the car. I was really praying just made the right choice and everything went this fall into place, and we were just make your home really safe with our family and our baby. Would be okay. Their babies held on and less than twenty four hours after arriving at Saint Augustine. Danielle went into labor meets Scarlett and Sadie digregorio. Newborn daughter is a marine who've already completed a mission must be induced eighteenth, and they came a week early. The doctor thinks is probably because of the hurricanes was probably the lasagna a that night. But who knows what it is ready? To come into the world ready to enter the world surrounded by family family who wouldn't have been there if the couple wasn't forced to Florida by Florence. I got here part of everything. So I just feel overwhelmed and blessed a big life changing. I wouldn't change it for anything. I I'm really excited that they're here. It's a handful, but you know, with everybody around in the support and we support each other. It's it's been a great experience of foreign. I'm just ready to see where life takes us the couples from here near Jacksonville, North Carolina. They delivered the girls in Jacksonville, Florida. They couldn't have done it without the support of the marines. They plan to return back here in the next two weeks. But now as an expanded family of
MGM sues Vegas shooting victims and survivors, sparking outrage
"Oakland a Cumulus station now on. Amazon Alexa. Opened the VO, skill a matter of Mississippi hotel sues victims I'm Elliot Francis on Tuesday President Trump attempted to walk back some of the statements. He made in, Helsinki Monday about. Russia interfering in the twenty sixteen election George boat-landing reports reading prepared remarks the president said he simply misspoke when he rejected the. Intelligence communities finding of Russian meddling when he stood next of Ladimir Putin in Helsinki the president said he saw no reason why would, be, Russia, that, interfered, with, the, election Should have been I don't see any reason why would he say Russia Sort of a double negative the president also reiterated his faith, in the US. Intelligence community saying he accepts the assessment of Russian interference but. Then added it could have been other people to Jerry bowed lender washing the owner of the Mandalay bay hotel says it bears no liability in last year's. Las Vegas concert massacre and it's asking the courts to extended federal protections companies who provide anti-terrorism products. To civilians MGM resorts international facing a barrage of lawsuits over the shooting naming more than one thousand of the. Shooting victims as defendants in. Two lawsuits of its own Congressman Adam Schiff the ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee says the president's statement Tuesday above misspeaking was an attempt to, try. To clean up quote the messy made Monday. Montage reports GOP lawmakers meanwhile figuring out their next step they're struggling with, how to respond to say it's. Embarrassing but I don't think that that does is sufficient Justice really the antics over the last ten days, have been damaged. Our country but Republican options are limited they're discussing a legislative. Response including possible new sanctions on Russia or a symbolic resolution expressing support for the US intelligence community Roman Catholic orders agreed to pay one million dollars to. Eight people who say they were sexually abused by priests in Massachusetts turning Michael Garabedian says the settlement with his clients in the order of Saint Augustine was decided just last month I'm Elliot Francis I believe that God, created you and he also created an abundance of organic. Fruits and vegetables to, keep you healthy hi I'm Dennis. Black naturopathic doctor and founder of Texas SuperFood over thirty, years, ago, I was diagnosed..
"saint augustine" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"We're talking with saint augustine florida started listening dome in jump in the deep end of the poodle cut up credit cards got the fiancee's onboard got one hundred four thousand dollar income over about one hundred ten thousand dollars in debt they went by house or getting married lots of stuff going on is that first summary what you told me so far sir yet there you got cool all right and so what's your question sir well basically i was in the air force about five and a half years and qualify for the loan we don't have any money down through to purchase the house however you know as as i've been listening to your show and you know the questions that you answer i was talking to my fiancee last night you know whether it'd be smart just rent for another year from as much as we can now you need to get out of it we listen i recommend you bhatt house i want you to get a house i want you to have a home once you to set up you know get good mary do all the stuff you're doing that's all awesome but here's the problem if you buy a house while you still have that you're asking for problems murphy will move in your spare bedroom bring his three cousins broke desperate stupid with him and you know you're gonna have a problem so what we recommend is you get out of that build your emergency fund then build your down payment appreciate your service a lot our country on the va does not because the va loan is more expensive than a conventional loan okay it's the between fha fannie mae or va va of those three is the most expensive it's a higher interest rate higher fees higher everything and so i just don't recommend the the only reason people use it's broke don't have any money put down so only reason people use va because when you compare them they don't flesh out so you are on the right track i would take another year of renting and you got about eighteen months to clear up that hundred ten you're going to have to go all in and be scorched earth on the lifestyle and it sounds like you guys are doing the right kind of stuff that you're already cited you're believing you can do it and that's all the stuff that you need to do i want you to go to financial peace university as premarriage counseling and i'm gonna pay for it are nine are non week class if i give it to you for free will the two of you attend together hand down there absolutely the only only request i have is that you make every class you don't waste it and someday when you're rich and doing really well you find some engaged couple and you give it to them and pay it forward that's all we ask so you hold on sacco pickup i would delay the home purchase until you get this cleared but you're gonna get cleared really fast and i'm gonna show you how so hold on cycle get you signed up for the class and we'd love to have you guys call us back when you get out of debt free scream man we'd love to have you do that she there's a high correlation between the debt free screams and the people that go through financial peace university of you noticed that see not broke people that are going through financial peace university there are people that just want to get out of that completely so that they can build wealth so they can change their family tree and increase their generosity that's the deal and.
"saint augustine" Discussed on KSRO
"We're talking in saint augustine florida i started listening and don him jumping in the deep end of the pool my credit cards got the fiance onboard got one hundred four thousand dollar income over about one hundred ten thousand dollars in depth they want by house or getting married lots of stuff going on is that a fair summary what you told me so far sir yes sir you gotta cool all right and so what's your question sir well basically i was in the air force will about five and a half years and you know so a qualifying for the va loan we don't have any money down you purchased your house however i've been listening to your show and you know the questions that you answer tell them you're my fiance last night you know whether it'd be smart to just rent for another year as much as we can now you need to get out of that we listen i recommend you buy a house i want you to get a house i want you to have a home which is set up you know get married do all the stuff you're doing that's all awesome but here's the problem if you buy a house while you still have that you're asking for problems murphy will move in your spare bedroom bring his three cousins broke desperate and stupid with him and you know you're gonna have a problem so what we recommend is you get out of that build your emergency fund then build your down payment appreciate your service a lot to our country the va does not because the va loan is more expensive than a conventional loan okay it's the between fha fannie mae or va va of those three is the most expensive it's a higher interest rate higher fees higher everything and so i just don't recommend the the only reason people use it because they're broke don't have any money put down the only reason people use a va because when you compare them they don't flesh out so you are on the right track i would take another year of renting and you got him out of eighteen months to clear up that hundred and ten you're going to have to go all in and be scorched earth on the lifestyle and it sounds like you guys are doing the right kind of stuff that you're already excited you're believing you can do it and that's all the stuff that you need to do i want you to go to financial peace university as premarriage counseling and i'm gonna pay for it are nine are non week class if i give it to you for free to two of you attend together oh hands down thirty absolutely the only only request i have is that you make every class you don't waste it and someday when you're rich and doing really well you find some engaged couple and you give it to them and pay it forward that's all we ask so you hold on zakho pickup i would delay the home purchase until you get this cleared but you're going to get it cleared really fast and i'm gonna show you how kyle so hold on tackle get you signed up for the class and we'd love to have you guys call us back when you get out of debt free screen man we'd love to have you do that seniors high correlation between the debtfree screams and the people that go through financial peace university have you noticed that broke people that are going through financial peace university there are people that just want to get out of debt completely so that they can build wealth so they can change their family tree and increase their generosity that's the deal and able to do.
"saint augustine" Discussed on WTMA
"The tree clinic in reach him a seventy three sixty thirty two now let's go to matt he's been patiently waiting hey matt thank you for waiting hey guys i had a question i've got what we call charleston grasp but i think it's really called saint augustine grass yeah and look at things in the saint augustine david was just talking about saint augustine during the break you know we got like the oldest jail they got like the oldest we got the oldest public university they do kind of like everything's everything kind of happened at the same time so anyway actually i i've never been there but it's critical i would recommend probably in the spring though but the people that i bought my saad for from for my whole yard they got kind of beat up and that two thousand eight deal and the people that i've gone to and said i want some of this i said it's going to be the same color is gonna be the same growing and they go would they told me well no it's all different but isn't it kind of the same same i mean i don't know well it's definitely different varieties of saint augustine grass and the the named varieties here in the low country being sold who which are both from basically the same growing area is it going to be a different color or no they all just have different tolerances to certain pests and humidity and disease like good and they didn't they have different habits of growth like palmetto saint augustine is a lower has kind of like a lower grow tighter growing than like what's called raleigh saint augustine's more like loose and tall taller growing waiter alot and then there's bitter blue and the.
Florida woman named Crystal Methvin arrested for possession of crystal meth
"Florida woman is making headlines after being arrested for possession of crystal meth here's abc's tony marino unfortunately a crystal meth arrest isn't anything new in florida but this is a little different saint augustine police say forty year old crystal meth vin yes crystal meth vin was found sitting in her parked car with a large amount of crystal meth after they received an anonymous tip crystal meth ben is currently in the flagler county florida jail out of five thousand dollar bond facing a felony charged for possession of crystal meth tony marino abc news orlando florida took three tries in one week some three months after elections but italy seems to finally have government says abc's megan williams reporting from rome ailing things semi law professor giuseppe cohn has been conditionally named the prime minister of italy for the second time in a week after his first attempt to form a government was vetoed by italy's president kante a little known law professor accused of padding his resume is the compromise candidate of the antiestablishment five star movement and the farright league party the two parties have formed a tenuous coalition based on more social spending tax cuts and harsh words for the euro an e you fiscal constraints mega millions abc news rome.
"saint augustine" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"To break laws the answer lies in the fact that there are two types of laws just and unjust i would be the first to advocate obeying just laws one is not only a legal but a moral responsibility to obey just laws conversely one has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws i would agree with saint augustine then an unjust law is no law at all any law that uplift human personality is just any law that degrades human personality is unjust all segregation statutes are unjust because rega shin distorts the soul and damages the personality it gives the segregate or a false sense of superiority and the segregated a false sense of inferiority hence segregation is not only politically economically and sociological unsound it is morally wrong and sinful one who breaks an unjust law must do so openly lovingly and with a willingness to accept the penalty i submit that an individual who breaks the law the conscience tells him is unjust and who willingly accepts the penalty of imprisonment in order to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice is in reality expressing the highest respect for law this is powerful stuff and it changed the country when dr king brought his message to washington staging the march on washington in august of nineteen sixty three he was fighting to change the law to make it more just to make segregation to make discrimination illegal under the law to create a right of public access and ultimately also struggling for power at the ballot box the march on washington produced the change that he wanted alternately but what is so remarkable is that the speech that is always remembered associated with march on washington was largely improvised how did it happen and what did it actually sound like we will get to that story and much more on this special broadcast the prophet and providence the meaning of martin luther king more coming up all across america this is michael medved show.
"saint augustine" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Almost entirely there is an explosion right now of new religious based schools in milwaukee area and not small ones part of saint augustine is now done on the south side it's enormous the school was the inspiration of gus ramirez augusta and ramirez he goes my gus phone refuse go in waukesha county his family still operates the business he became extremely wealthy and he decided to take a portion of his wealth it just said i'm going to build a school building it on the southside of milwaukee it's going to be catholic to is going to be awfully doggone good and you know what because we have school choice and all these parents have vouchers i'm gonna make an absolutely normally big it's going to be a giant school because i'll have enough to fill it because you've got all these families who don't want to send their kids to nps i keep mentioning this and nobody wants to believe beyond the largest catholic school in the united states is saint anthony's enrollments exploded north side state marcus which is a lutheran school everybody thinks they bark is his catholic because they think when they hear the name saint they think catholic you know everybody thinks they marcus's catholic everybody has they say marcus lutheran get catholics and lutherans to argue about the differences in saints and that'll go on forever and ever and ever and ever and ever my point is is that it almost doesn't matter which religion is doing it here's the other thing the number of foreigners that are coming to milwaukee to send their kids to school i was commenting on that private apartment building a dormitory that was constant lutheran high school wants to build on blue mound road i have since learned that a big portion of the demand is likely to be kids from china why chinese and you're moving to the united states where would you and you're gonna live in the milwaukee area where are you going to send your kids measure your some chinese family this move to the united states.
"saint augustine" Discussed on WTVN
"Glenn there are many things which i'm not convinced but i'm curious extremely curious i i have to tell you i believe that none of us know anything really about the eternal truths we have belief systems and they get us through life but we don't know if there's an afterlife we don't know if there's a heaven or a hell we don't know if there is a god we can believe and very often emotion trump's belief and but the greatest thinkers in the world and believe me i have read many of the great works that they've written have no idea that they have theories they have beliefs which is wonderful i'm talking about from saint augustine to stephen hawking none of us know anything about the eternal truths comforted by this belief system right so when you first of all tell me who father more was it's the moore's style he was the vatican exorcist for thirty one years he had performed thousands of extra systems and he had healed or as he puts it liberated many people who believe they were possessed so at been to see doctors sokaiya trysts brain surgeons and could get no satisfaction so why if the vatican was keeping this kind of under wraps how did you get access to one through father amort he he had written six or seven books about his work that went into i don't know sixty seventy printings now in many languages and he wrote a almost a page about my film the exorcist when it came out or long after it came out he said that though the special effects were over the top he thought that the film did help people to understand his work so when i made an inquiry if i could meet him while i was in italy for something else entirely he agreed to meet with me so tell me about the first before we get into what the experience was like you took these patients and i you took them to neuro scientists and and bring on one person one one person.
"saint augustine" Discussed on WRVA
"Our first of all are you convinced that it is that it is real glenn there are many things which i'm not convinced but i'm curious extremely curious i i have to tell you i believe that none of us know anything really about the eternal truths we have belief systems and they get us through life but we don't know if there's an afterlife we don't know if there's a heaven or hell we don't know if there is a god we can believe and very often emotion trump's belief and but the greatest thinkers in the world and believe me i have read many of the great works that they've written have no idea that they have theories they have beliefs which is wonderful i'm talking about from saint augustine to stephen hawking none of us know anything about the eternal truths so many of us are comforted by this belief system right so when you first of all tell me who father amore was it's a mart sorry was the vatican exorcist for thirty one years he had performed thousands of extra systems and he had healed or as he puts it liberated many people who believe they were possessed so at to see doctors sokaiya trysts brain surgeons and could get no satisfaction so why the vatican was keeping this kind of under wraps how did you get access to one through father mort he had written six or seven books about his work that went into i don't know sixty seventy printings now in many languages and he wrote a almost a page about my film the exorcist when it came out or long after it came out he said that though the special effects were over the top he thought that the film did help people to understand his work so when i made an inquiry if i could meet him while i was in italy for something else entirely he agreed to meet with me so tell me about it first before we get into what the experience was like you took these patients and i took them to neuro scientists and and bring one person one one person.
Researcher, Apple and Bruce Barrett discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"In the near future another seventythree percent are already looking to tech companies such as apple alphabet pay pal for financial products i'm jennifer kushinka with your money now so far so good on wall street we've been up over three hundred points for the bulk of the morning we're at three seventy two and a third right now into positive territory the nasdaq is up a whopping one hundred fortyseven that's over two percent the sp five hundred is up forty two and a half and that is your propel insurance business update more money news coming up again at thirty minutes two decades after it was developed by a washington state university researcher a new apple soon hitting the produce aisle but a serious legal battle is going on over who has the right to grow and sell this new variety tell usa researcher bruce barrett filed for a patent for the apple in two thousand twelve called the cosmic crisp apple and the level of planting in anticipation of this new product is unprecedented the spokesman review reports cosmic crisp apple has the potential to displace other popular varieties and our saints two point four billion dollar apple industry it said to be super sweet and has a long shelf life but washington state university and a seattle based biotech firm called fire are suing each other over the right to grow and sell the apple it's legal dispute will determine whether fight which is a company founded actually by a wasi professor partly owned by the university can use its science to grow the buds and sell them to commercial apple producers the biotech claims university violated the agreement refusing to issue a commercial license for them to sell to growers canadians greeting the dance of at least fifteen people involved in that horrific crash between a bus and a truck it's a statue these are your world headlines from abc news saint augustine catholic church in the town of humboldt they honored the hockey players and teed personnel who perished police are still working on determining the reason for the crash which semi trailer slammed into the bus that was taking the team to a.
"saint augustine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And got financial help from our group tied to the clinton family let's check in with douglas hagman who heads up homeland security us done what do you think about all this stuff going on in washington or i've got to tell you i don't think anything that we talk about right now can be understated because we are witnessing i believe the biggest story in our lifetimes playoff before us uh the removal of mccabe is just the opening salvo of the exposure of the criminal activity of a deep state the shadow government he's the first of many domino's i believe the fault fall through me more eggeling were being escorted the out and i and i suspect based on information from my told sources that not only will they be removed but subjected the criminal charges for violations of the most sacrosaint boss of of our intelligence and judicial systems massive a beautiful defies the court and delivered violations our constitutional rights and the rights of others corrupt dissolves his thoughtless call the buy orders of magnitude exponentially much bigger than watergate this is a showing powell's coup at the hands of unelected rogue group of permanent state shadow government actors and to the at the epicentre is a weaponized intelligence community that the tempted and nearly succeeded in changing the course of a presidential election in the course of our nation watches closely douglas thank you so much douglas hagman homeland security u s a texas man on vacation and florida in critical condition after he was briefly buried alive when a sand dune collapsed on top of him 35yearsold of the dallasarea he was inside of sand tunnel at a crescent beach near saint augustine when officials said the whole thing collapsed on him his sister simply called it a freak accident a man from india has died after being sucked into an mri machine while visiting a relative at.
"saint augustine" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Prison population the rise of nine percent 33 of all three three percent of all prisons united states a black man an average black man has a chance one in three being of going to prison and what is it for white man one in seventy how did we get this paradoxical situation where some of us had more have more freedom and more wealth than any previous generation of black people ever could've imagined and on the other hand where there is maybe even less hope for so many black people and what do we do about it and before we show the club you will coming out of a series at one emmys and everything else on five hundred year iato explain how that way we say we started with uh the of the spat with spanish florida and the first black independent town near saint augustine and we take it from we took it from there all the way up to two thousand fifteen so basically went from fifteen fifteen to two thousand fifteen and told the history of the black person in north america and the response was amazed when an emmy one at peabody and the way cp emmy award which hit the hardest word ever to win as every black person in this room knows ed so we did very well let's short clip of again okay great my grandparents recall my name mm the dow over time god bless you progress three african americans have achieved so much in so many ways surpassing our greatest so john while there's a treated visible in virtually every facet of american life the finding its face and his voice to the world whoa then the narrowing getting far too many black lives are still threat by harsh in the qualities and we still have to march to protect our rights fifty years ago i thought that by now we would have been long hassle how did we get here how incomes so far and yet have so far in chicago the more i too the extremely rare disease any black people on tv i remember how excited mild neighbor of got any time in african american appear even in the minor part when bill cosby got a starring role on ice by back and nineteen sixty five we were ecstatic in by the.
"saint augustine" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Problems but the saint augustine has is judged been blasted with it and um this hard to control you can spray it and if it keeps growing of spray it again and may be again and again and it's hard for that grass to recover many times in your left with some areas in your yard as you just simply have to replace and then that's a lesson a whole 'nother show for us here insofar replacing grass and clogging in those bad areas or reciting jigsaw puzzling in some good grass in order to recover from at fondest put this rain is very problematic and i just hope we get a break on producing yeah i know what you're saying but on we just i feel like some areas of dispense have dry but like you said if it just keeps on keeps on keeps on a short of as long as his einiger he's i in and we need some as i say some draw weather in order to treat the problems that have been created by the rain and of course as i he said last last week when sure people laughed at me then have really laugh when i said you know you've got to watch your water and be ready to water you're on called here we are in pensacola we don't have soil we have sand dyslexia hera desert as soak slipped moisture and in june is our temperatures get into the nineties and historically we dry up is kind of wet for june am june and july list we have a a tropical system of some time we've got to be very very careful about our water now i don't think moved worth butter today you're probably worry about it this week but something to keep.