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"salva gio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"salva gio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Count. And what impact will the new tensions in the Mideast? Have on gas prices here will Patrick DeHaan of gas, buddy says, we're already seeing a bit of a jump at the gas pump in the Middle East have a tendency to spread. That's something that can't be dismissed right now either the fact that this could parlay into something else, even bigger he says the worry is not the supply of oil. It's making sure the shipping routes are open to get it. Where needs to go a teenager at the wheel of a stolen vehicle led to a highway death in Leon valley today. Police chief show, Salva GIO says police were alerted by unstuck that a car being driven by an eighteen year old on Chris. I'm road near Bandera was stolen officers tried to get the car to pull over, but the driver sped away and led police on a two mile long chase Anding on Grissom near Calais, bro. That's where the stolen car rear ended another vehicle the driver of the car, he hit was killed. The victim's wife was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. Sal. Vase says the teen suffered injuries and will face as he put it a litany of criminal charges. Jim Forsyth NewsRadio twelve hundred w OA I to deal with a surge in migration out the Texas border, the feds are setting up temporary holding facilities throughout Texas for single adults who cross the border illegally and staff them grow governor Abbott said he's mobilizing help to assist, the US customs and border protection. I am announcing under tunnel. Thirty to thirty said, I will deploy one thousand national guard troops. That's in addition to the national guard troops are already sitting at the border. Governor says this action is needed because congress refuses to act upon it leaving the states individually to fend for themselves and Texas on the verge of becoming majority. Hispanic state demographer Lloyd Potter of UTSA says it'll probably happen by twenty twenty one or twenty twenty two quick. Check of your money. On Wall Street, the Dow Stelle up by twenty eight points this hour. Breaking news on the hour. The half anytime at W dot com. It's brought to you by I Mark credit.

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"salva gio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"salva gio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hundred w eighty two degrees under still kind of hazy skies teno one at newsradio twelve hundred w well it was a teenager at the wheel of a stolen car this morning that led to a highway death inland valley police chief show salva gio says police were alerted by onstar that a car being driven by an eighteen year old on chris road near bandera was stolen officers tried to get the car to pull over but the driver sped away and led police on a two mile long chase and they on grissom near calais bre that's Where the stolen car rear ended another vehicle the driver of the car, he hit was killed. The victim's wife was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. Salva geo says the teen suffered injuries and will face as he put it a litany of criminal charges. Jim foresight, NewsRadio twelve hundred w OA I President Trump is now confirming. He called off air strikes against three sites in Iran. Ten minutes before those launches were scheduled ten minutes. He tweeted today that the US was cocked and loaded after Iran shot down that military drone. He said he called off the strike. So because they were not proportionate to a drone attack. Also noted he was told that some hundred and fifty people in Iran would die said he's in. No hurry and insisted that Iran will never be allowed to have nuclear weapons. The US has cut millions of dollars in foreign aid to Central America State Department says they can get back when they do more to prevent their citizens from migrating. However. congressman joaquin castro san antonio says that move will further destabilize the region instead he says he wants more resources to go to central resources of friends around the world to make an investment in central american countries so that people feel like they don't need to leave he's convinced that these migrants wouldn't leave if they could get a job and be safe from crime in their own neighborhoods there are signs at hackers are moving on from businesses at increasingly targeting entire cities this week a city in florida voted to pay a six hundred thousand dollar ransom to get control of their computers back cybersecurity expert brent paiva do runs the san antonio based jingle disc says these types of attacks really have the potential to cripple an entire city communications now or as important as of electricity and water and roads of the city he adds a cyber attack in florida really a wakeup call for other cities States. Even the federal government. Prosecutors say they're not dropping murder. Charges just yet against a decorated navy seal, despite surprise admission yesterday that another steel was a seal was the killer prosecution witness navy seal Scott now testifying, that he was the one who actually killed an injured, teen ISIS fighter in Iraq back in two thousand seventeen God who was granted immunity prior to trial. Cannot be charged with murder, but could face perjury charges. The prosecution appear to be caught off guard by Scott's testimony. And in court accused him of lying to protect Gallagher. It is far from over is lawyer, says Gallagher still the victim of lies and a smear campaign by other navy seals quick check of your money. On Wall Street, the Dow is up by fifty three points. Breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W O, AI dot com. Spot to you by I Mark.

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"salva gio" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"salva gio" Discussed on KCRW

"Being one of countries which defy the entire region as well as the United States. But I don't think that will be the case this time. The the question is how long do they last and and Madero regime before stout peacefully? Patrick duddy. Former US ambassador to Venezuela. Thanks so much for your time ambassador. We appreciate it. You're very welcome. During the state of the union. President Trump said he wants to stop the spread of HIV in the United States within ten years part of the new plan targets cities. But it also focuses on seven mostly southern states where the virus is a huge problem in rural areas. Jackie forty-eight with state impact. Oklahoma says HIV experts in that state still have a lot of questions would he was diagnosed six years ago. Humble, wasn't sure what HIV was he was just two weeks shy of graduating from the university of Oklahoma and headed for a career in politics. He was twenty one years old and felt invincible. I knew that that was the thing. I didn't really know. Is very ignorant humbled grew up in aften. That's a town of about eight hundred people in the states northeast corner. He belongs to the Cherokee nation and was raised southern Baptist. Still he had told his family. He was gave the summer before he started college. So when the doctor broke the news that day that he had HIV humbles first, call was to his mom. We both thought that it was a death sentence. She mmediately left work and drove three hours across Oklahoma to be with him. And we just sit there and cry for six hours straight, and then we actually bought several books on HIV just started reading them to try to figure out what was going on. They learned about treatments, and he started getting it six years later humble is healthy because he got tested his HIV never progress to aids that's the ideal. Outcome says Andy Moore who manages the infectious diseases institute at the university of Oklahoma. But in a. A state that hasn't expanded Medicaid and has the second highest uninsured rate in the nation. More says just getting people in the door for an HIV test is a huge hurdle. We have one of the highest rates of late testing. That means people in Oklahoma aren't getting diagnosed with HIV until they're already sick because of aids or close to that point, which indicates that they didn't get tested until they've been living with the disease for, you know, six eight ten years advocates like more welcome any new funding, but say strategies that work in cities like Seattle won't necessarily work in rural Oklahoma, Dr Michel Salva GIO one of the few HIV experts. Here says her Oklahoma City clinic tried putting a case manager in a rural area, but it failed. We had to let that physician go because nobody would go see her because they didn't necessarily want to be seen walking into the HIV case manager's office in that tiny town because that can only mean one thing Szalasi says it's more than just money. Tens of thousands of people. Would need to be convinced to get an HIV test. I don't think that our state has begun out of the idea that potentially HIV is a gay punishment. Even if more people get tested, getting them into treatment wouldn't be so simple solve all GIO says Oklahoma healthcare is underfunded and couldn't cope with the sudden influx of new patients. We don't have a facility to see them in. We don't have providers to see them with it's up to congress how much money the president's HIV plan will get but even cheap proven tactics for fighting HIV distributing condoms can be a tough sell in a state that doesn't teach comprehensive sex.

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"salva gio" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"salva gio" Discussed on KQED Radio

"During the state of the union. President Trump said he wants to stop the spread of HIV in the United States within ten years part of the new plan targets cities. But it also focuses on seven mostly southern states where the virus is a huge problem in rural areas. Jackie forty-eight with state impact. Oklahoma says HIV experts in that state still have a lot of questions would he was diagnosed six years ago. Kind humble wasn't sure what HIV was he was just two weeks shy of graduating from the university of Oklahoma and headed for a career in politics. He was twenty one years old and felt invincible. I knew that that was a thing. I didn't really know is very ignorant humble grew up in aften. That's a town of about eight hundred people in the states northeast corner. He belongs to the Cherokee nation and was raised southern Baptist. Still he had told his family. He was gave the summer before he started college. So when the doctor broke the news that day. That he had HIV humbles first call was to his mom. We both thought that it was a death sentence. She mmediately left work and drove three hours across Oklahoma to be with him. And we just sat there and cry and for six hours straight, and then we actually bought several books on HIV just started reading them to try to figure out what was going on. They learned about treatment. And he started getting it six years later humble is healthy because he got tested his HIV never progress to aids that's the ideal. Outcome says Andy Moore who manages the infectious diseases institute at the university of Oklahoma in a state that hasn't expanded Medicaid and has the second highest uninsured rate in the nation. More says just getting people in the door HIV test is a huge hurdle. We have one of the highest rates of late testing. That means people in Oklahoma aren't getting diagnosed with HIV and. Till they're already sick because of aids or close to that point which indicates that they didn't get tested until they've been living with the disease for, you know, six eight ten years. It's like more welcome any new funding that say strategies that work in cities like Seattle won't necessarily work in rural Oklahoma, Dr Michel Salva's GIO one of the few HIV experts. Here says her Oklahoma City clinic tried putting case manager in a rural area, but it failed. We had to let that physician go because nobody would go see her because they didn't necessarily want to be seen walking into the HIV case manager's office in that tiny town because that can only mean one thing Salva geo says it's more than just money. Tens of thousands of people would need to be convinced to get an HIV test. I don't think that our state has gotten out of the idea that potentially HIV is a gay punishment. Even if more people get tested, getting them into treatment wouldn't be so simple. Some Blasio says Oklahoma. Healthcare is underfunded and couldn't cope with the sudden influx of new patients. We don't have a facility to see them in. We don't have providers to see them with it's up to congress how much money the president's HIV plan will get but even cheap proven tactics for fighting HIV like distributing condoms can be a tough sell in a state that doesn't teach.

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"salva gio" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"salva gio" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"All never wear anything else. If you go to the smoke entire dot com. And you click on the partners tab. There's a Dylan banner there if you used that link and you buy a pair of Dylan optic sunglasses. I will send you a free smoke entire t-shirt for supporting the people who support the smoking tire. So go to the tar dot com. Click on that Dylan banner under the partners tab, and I'll send you a free t shirt for every pair of Dylan optic sunglasses that you buy we are also brought to you by beeline coffee, man. I drink the stuff every single day. Just ran out waiting for some more the roasted tire three point zero was in stock. That's the one with the Coon Tosh on the bag. It is a delicious roast. I also love their classic roast. And they're the snapshot, which is the Espresso rose to do it up in the oh press. It is delicious friends beeline coffee is just it's coffee made with love it's on the highest end of micro batch coffee and in the bag. The packaging is really cool. I've been working with these guys for like two years now. And and I just I love the coffee so much. It's so good at the flavors. Great use code TST. Get you fifteen percents off your entire order at beeline, coffee, code T, S T all do it. Fifteen percent off anything in the store big or small Kotei S T A beeline, coffee dot com. Okay. On this episode. We've got David Salva's GIO the the vice president of speed core in studio speed core. You may have heard of they made a splash at Sima this year and the past year by doing carbon fibre bodied muscle cars. They did a hell cat that Leah Pritchett. Ran a record setting quarter mile in. They've done a Shelby GT three fifty are. And also they now have this new ridiculous carbon-fiber sixty eight dodge charger, the concept of this is very cool. It sounded interesting to me wanted to get him in studio. So here he is Mr David Salva's you of speed core on the smug tire podcast. Good morning everyone. Hello live, folks. Hello home, folks, megastar podcast with a coffee. That's not from my coffee sponsor, but it was brought by Corey burn..

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"salva gio" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"salva gio" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"All never wear anything else. If you go to the smoke entire dot com. And you click on the partners tab. There's a Dylan banner there if you used that link and you buy a pair of Dylan optic sunglasses. I will send you a free smoke entire t-shirt for supporting the people who support the smoking tire. So go to the tar dot com. Click on that Dylan banner under the partners tab, and I'll send you a free t shirt for every pair of Dylan optic sunglasses that you buy we are also brought to you by beeline coffee, man. I drink the stuff every single day. Just ran out waiting for some more the roasted tire three point zero was in stock. That's the one with the Coon Tosh on the bag. It is a delicious roast. I also love their classic roast. And they're the snapshot, which is the Espresso rose to do it up in the oh press. It is delicious friends beeline coffee is just it's coffee made with love it's on the highest end of micro batch coffee and in the bag. The packaging is really cool. I've been working with these guys for like two years now. And and I just I love the coffee so much. It's so good at the flavors. Great use code TST. Get you fifteen percents off your entire order at beeline, coffee, code T, S T all do it. Fifteen percent off anything in the store big or small Kotei S T A beeline, coffee dot com. Okay. On this episode. We've got David Salva's GIO the the vice president of speed core in studio speed core. You may have heard of they made a splash at Sima this year and the past year by doing carbon fibre bodied muscle cars. They did a hell cat that Leah Pritchett. Ran a record setting quarter mile in. They've done a Shelby GT three fifty are. And also they now have this new ridiculous carbon-fiber sixty eight dodge charger, the concept of this is very cool. It sounded interesting to me wanted to get him in studio. So here he is Mr David Salva's you of speed core on the smug tire podcast. Good morning everyone. Hello live, folks. Hello home, folks, megastar podcast with a coffee. That's not from my coffee sponsor, but it was brought by Corey burn..

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