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Airplane crash in Gulf of Mexico leaves 2 dead, 1 missing
"Two people are confirmed dead and authorities are searching for a third person after a private plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico off the Florida coast. The plane crash happened Saturday night, but a search for the rented single engine piper Cherokee didn't begin until around 10 a.m. Sunday, when the plane had not returned to the airport where it had left in St. Petersburg, Florida, a spokesperson in Venice, Florida says recreational boaters found the body of a woman floating about two and a half miles west of the Venice shore, and divers from the Sarasota county sheriff's office located the plains wreckage, about a third of a mile off shore, directly west of the Venice airport, the body of a girl was found in the plains passenger area, and rescuers are searching for a third person, believed to be a man who was either the pilot or a passenger. I'm Donna water
Everyman Podcast Show
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"Are kind of like the Miami Fort Lauderdale of cities, if you will. And I was wrong because I thought it was in that little gap junction between Central Florida and the Panhandle, but that's fine. Sarasota shout out the I love my peoples out there, man. I like saint Pete, saint Pete's the best. I love it. But let me continue on with the story. It's cute. So the man so he thought it was a dog on a niche and didn't move out of the way. Then the alligator bit his leg and ripped out a piece of this muscle tissue. So he sees a dark figure in the bushes. Thinks it was a dog out of the leap on a leash. Didn't move out of the way. According to WW SB, and I'm assuming that's the police office. The man found a deputy responding to a nearby call who called emergency personnel to take the man to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. In a statement viewed by NBC News, the Sarasota county sheriff's office spokesman Douglas Johnson setting sheriff's sergeant caught the gator in held it for a Florida fish and wildlife conservation commission trapper. The Florida wildlife told NBC News, the 7 foot one alligator was transferred to a live to Townsend farms and the man was released from the hospital and expected to make a full recovery. So what say you? No drugs were involved. This is just an idiot standing by. And they see something in the bushes. Now, I don't know about you. I don't have to be in Sarasota. I can be out here, and if it's dark in a, here's something moving in the bushes. Okay, and I can't see. I promise you, I'm not waiting. I don't care if it is a dog. That was your first year. I don't care if it's a cat. I don't care if it's a raccoon or a squirrel. I'm moving out of the way. I'm running, I'm heading for the hills. Or I'm not hauling ass, I'm not, I'm not saying I'm like that. But I'm just clearing out of the way. But what say you? You're standing out in the dark, you see movement in a bushes, what are you doing? First of all, you know you always have to make sure. I'm seeing the movement in hearing it, right? So I have to make sure. Honestly. You were hanging out in a parking lot. So let's say me and you were hanging out outside and it's dark, and we see something moving in the bushes. You're not moving. No, I'm a smoker. I have to make sure. You have to make sure you have to stand still and make sure it's not like this guy. You're willing to lose a leg. I'm not gonna move up though. 'cause that's what he did in here. You could just be here. Oh. He stood still and the gator of tissue. I mean, I don't know what the time frame is the same, but lord. So that's what I'm saying. You naturally. You probably would have gotten dick. I would have cleared it. I'm sorry. Well, you know what? Have you ran, I would have ran. You know what? I might take that back. Because you know what? Out here in Florida, one thing that we're famous for are these iguanas. Iguanas geckos, lizards, and you know, there's plenty of leaves on the floor, so sometimes you'll hear a gecko or an iguana cut through the leaves. And they take off. Right, and they take off. So it's hard to really kind of sit here and make the guy sound dumb. You know? But he did say he thought it was a dog on a leash. So why would you even? But it didn't fire. So if you think it's a dog, if you think it's a dog, why not move then? It's not like dogs aren't gonna bite. Dogs will bite. I mean, if a dog sees you in a bushes and 9 times out of ten, if it's a dog, a dog will add two things. It's either gonna bark at you or it's gonna try to bite you, or it's gonna try to smell you, you know, it'll do one of those, so, and I think a dog on a leash is a little more pronounced. I don't know where you got the niche and he just saw a gator. I don't know where he got the leash on the gator. How did you know he was the least? So do you think the guy do you think the guy is, I guess, is he dumb for it? But you do wrong for that? I can't say that because then you know John, what does charlamagne always say on The Breakfast Club? The craziest people come from Florida. We do. No, you can't agree. I mean, I think Texas and I think Arizona are just as bad. New York is, you know what? You used to be. Oh yeah? New York man in the 80s. Yeah, like New York. If you ask a lot of these New Yorkers, some of them that have been out there most of the lives, they can tell you that the air in New York has changed. You know, the obnoxious New Yorker isn't as popularized anymore. You know, now you getting all these, you know, more woke people, if you will, you know, that they say that that's their safe space. And they're all trying to gentrify areas. And you know, they're trying to have more minds out there versus, you know, hot headed people, if you will. So I can, you know, I can see where they categorize this like that. But I always want to say that Texas and Arizona, you hear that noise. I don't know, it's probably a spirit entering the system of the radio. Okay, okay. I mean, we had to come in. I mean, this is nature's month, and I think spirits are natural. You think spiritual natural. Our ghost and natural occurrence. I mean, I believe in him. Yeah, I believe they protected me so top majority. It is. I think I agree. So if you see a ghost inside a natural spirit, is it natural? If I see a ghost yeah. You think so? A natural spirit. What do you mean by natural spirit? Like it's like, you think it's natural. So if we're natural and we die, we see a spirit rise, is that natural. Yeah. I mean, no. That's not not you. It's unnatural. It's very, very unnatural. Doesn't qualify for nature's most so we can't use ghost stories in here. I mean, it is natural, but we're trained to not view it as natural. You get what I'm saying. Right. So it could be natural. It could be that gross. If we stopped and stared like what happens to our aunts. After the, you know, you know how we come together after the passing. I mean, if we're willing to ask trees to touch us, I mean, ghosts gotta be natural. You seen one before? Honestly. You know, as a kid, you think you see what you wanna see, you know what I mean? And I believe that one time when I was a kid, yeah, we thought we'd seen someone. And it was the crazy story. It's the one that I can't remember the most.
Everyman Podcast Show
"sarasota county sheriff office" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show
"Go to work on that truck. So you know what I mean? It was really interesting, but you know, I had a little Florida woman outside my door, you know? Congratulations. We all had a flood of women moments. Yes, you know, I don't see too many of those, so when I see them, I'm kind of like, wow, look at that, it's a Florida woman, man. We always see the Florida man before. But you know, it was an interesting time, man. And you know, it brings me back to this story with the man on the lawnmower, like, when you see shit like that, the first thing you're thinking is what the fuck. So when you say what early I was like, that's spot on to what all of us would say. What? That is crazy. You know, you could have been on meth, mental health, whatever that is just a crazy moment of watch, you know what I'm sorry, that was my friend. I probably, I don't know, what would you do if that was your friend? I probably would have actually did that on a Llama. Yeah, and it was having a moment, you know, you know they had a little moment. Will we taste the lawnmower? Will we watch? Honestly, would have asked like two, three times, and when I broke. You was on meth on a level? You was going where? How far did you get? You only got 17 seconds. Oh my gosh. I don't think you're crazy. I think this is real neat dumb. But like I say, if you want math, everything seems like a fantastic idea. Like go tell someone on that, yo, go talk to that tree or had that tree touch me. You know what that meth guy is going to come back and say? That tree didn't touch me and raped me. That's what is going to say. Because you know meth people exaggerate everything. It raped me. Now I'm pregnant with the damn trees. So I'm just perplexed by hearing these stories sometimes. And when it happens in your own neighborhood and shit like that, it's pretty crazy. And if I did have a homeboy like that, I need new friends, man. I need help. I don't think he needs help. I need help for having a friend that's willing to do nothing still a lot more to get away from cops. I'm just gonna say, that must be a good drug, you know? I don't know what meth does to you, but apparently it lets you jump on a lawnmower and try to outrun cops. But I'm just saying, like, do you ever seen him at head? Nope. I can't say it I have. I can't even say it. I'd recognize one unless they're one of the, you know, the sketchy ones, because let me tell you, man, this people on this stuff. They're real, Gabriel. That they look like everyday people, like some of them hide it so well. I knew a dude that didn't do nothing to crack. And he was an attorney. Here in Miami. Hey, I don't remember buddy's name. But the guy actually would go to court and do trial, have clients. Go to one of my homies house at the time. And he rent out his room, the dude would do crack any type of hooker with him. That is a real story. It was a real story, right? I mean, you know. You gave it a 6. I like romance. You know? Sorry. You know cracking some ads, you know, combine them. What do you get? Ass crack. I mean, so, you know, you trying to enjoy your time. I mean, it makes total sense. You're absolutely right. I haven't heard that since, middle school, that is hilarious. See what I'm saying? So think about it. I remember that joke. Yes. Johnson thinking about what that you tried doing to him earlier. He was like, why do you touch this kid and not me? This nature is what is working out fantastic people. Thanks for stopping by cocaine the cat. Ladies and gentlemen, that was cocaine the cat. He's left the stage. Give us a little time. I'm telling you, he's a very Matteo like vibe. He shows up really me. Shout out to Matt. How's he doing? Yeah, yeah, yeah, Matt, shout out to you, whatever. So the cat is acting like mate. He's full of infamy tales really shows up late. Doesn't really do much, just kind of disrupts the whole vibe and then just takes off after a while because that time Matteo does it. That's all cocaine the cat does it. That's how half of my cast members do it on the show. I'll tell you funny to me. Like imma tell. Yeah, I don't know about that. I leave you on that one on your own. So let's move on to another Florida man story this Florida man story. I believe I'm hoping it doesn't have meth involved. What type of drug do you think is involved in the next one? It has to be correct. You think crack is the next part of what? I would say like alcohol. You know what? I said drug, but I say alcohol is our next one. So this next story comes off a USA Today and it was written by Asha Gilbert, okay? So this is a story that was posted. I want to say earlier in June and the headline reads, a Florida man thought a 7 foot alligator was dog on leash. Then the gator bit his leg. As you find a gator. Well, you thought it was his dog. I mean. Oh, it was attacking him. I mean, let me read that again. A Florida man thought a 7 foot alligator was doggone leash. Then the gator bit his leg. So, before I start the story, I'm not going to ask what city 'cause I think the town is hard to predict. But what area of Florida do you think this took place? You can go. It has to be up north. Up north, what do you think? Is it another Panhandle story? It has to be. Yes. My job I haven't read the story. So I'm going to guess in between Central Florida and north. You know there's that little factor right there that's like almost feels like it's very desolate and shit. That's my guess, okay? So let's see what happens here. Let's read this story and find out the story of this man. A Florida man was bitten by an alligator, he thought was a dog while outside of a motel Tuesday morning report saying. The man was walking outside a warm mineral springs motel in northport when he saw a dark figure moving along the bushes. The Sarasota's county sheriff's office told WFLA. So obviously northport and Sarasota county that's in the southwest area of Florida. So you're kind of close because the Panhandle is just above. I mean, it's way above, but you know, you got freaking Tampa here on the west, you know, so Sarasota and Tampa
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"A global news update. A Texas House investigative committee is releasing a preliminary report on the deadly Yuval di mass shooting, the report describes systemic failures and egregious poor decision making among the 400 plus law enforcers on the scene at rob elementary school on May 24th of this year. It detailed the lack of adherence to active shooter training by authorities who failed to prioritize saving the lives of innocent victims over their own safety in all 19 students and two teachers were killed, at least two people are dead after shots rang out at a mall in Indiana this afternoon. Authorities in Greenwood confirmed the suspected shooter has died. First responders are still asking people to avoid the area. Police in Tennessee say they prevented a potential mass shooting over the weekend, according to authorities, they received a call saying a 28 year old man was planning to kill himself and shoot people leaving rapper yoga's annual birthday bash at the FedEx form arena in Memphis. Police say he appeared distraught because of a recent breakup with his girlfriend, Elijah Hyman was arrested at his apartment Saturday and charged with commission of the act of terrorism. Representative Zoe lofgren says the select committee investigating the January 6th capitol riots expects to receive subpoenaed Secret Service text messages early this week. We need all the tax from the 5th and the 6th of January. Appearing on ABC's this week, California Democrats said the panel expects the requested messages by Tuesday despite claims by the homeland securities inspector general that the data had been deleted. Another department spokesperson indicated pertinent texts still existed, according to lofgren, the messages are needed to get the full picture of what happened that day. She said that will let the American people decide if there was a dereliction of duty by former president Trump. The next committee hearing will be Thursday in prime time. Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez have tied the knot, the celebrity couple obtained a marriage license this weekend in the Las Vegas area, however further details on the ceremony were not immediately available. Lopez and Affleck were previously engaged back in November of 2002 before eventually calling it quits. I'm Chris. Florida wildlife officials are investigating the death of an elderly woman who was attacked by two alligators, a medical examiner has yet to determine the exact cause of death, but officials say the 80 year old victim was killed after she fell into a pond near her house in englewood. The Sarasota county sheriff's office says when first responders arrived, the alligators were attempting to drag the body away. The Gators were removed from the pond, which is near a golf course. No injuries are being reported after a man opened fire at a comedy show involving The Office star Craig Robinson, Robinson was performing in Charlotte when a man entered the building and showed a firearm demanding everybody leave. He then fired shots once the building was evacuated, and has since been taken in a custody. Robinson was moved to the venue next door. The comedian said on Instagram, it was wild. Bruce Willis is returning to nakatomi Plaza also known as the Fox Plaza building from his famous movie die hard. Willis wife posted a video to social media showing him standing at the very top of the building looking out over the city. The 67 year old actor has stepped out of the spotlight recently after his family announced his aphasia diagnosis, a
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"Democrat said the panel expects the requested messages by Tuesday despite claims by the homeland securities inspector general that the data had been deleted. Lofgren said that she was shocked by that news, but noted another department spokesperson indicated pertinent texts still exist. According to lofgren, the messages are needed to get the full picture of what happened that day, she said that it will let the American people decide if there was a dereliction of duty by former president Trump. One top U.S. energy official says he's confident that Middle Eastern oil producers will further increase supply following President Biden's visit to Saudi Arabia, appearing on CBS's face the nation's senior adviser for energy security, Amos hoc Steen says he expects to see additional steps from the organization of the petroleum exporting countries in the coming weeks. Hochstein noted Saudi Arabia was not being singled out to increase its oil production, but the OPEC had decided to ramp up output prior to the president's visit. Opening statements will get underway tomorrow and the penalty phase for the Parkland Florida school shooter prosecutors will lay out their case against Nicholas Cruz starting Monday throughout the trial jurors will see graphic evidence and Tor marjory Stoneman Douglas high school where Cruz admitted to killing 17 people back in 2018. The jury will ultimately decide whether Cruz will spend the rest of his life in prison or receive a death sentence. Florida wildlife officials are investigating the death of an elderly woman who is attacked by two alligators, a medical examiner has yet to determine the exact cause of death, but officials say the 80 year old woman was killed after she fell into a pond near her house in Inglewood. The Sarasota county sheriff's office says when first responders arrived, the alligators were attempting to drag the body away. The Gators were removed from the pond, which is near a golf course. I'm Dina kodiak. Consumer sentiment remains near all time lows the University of Michigan's early reading for July rose slightly from last month's record low, the survey found nearly half of all consumers blame inflation for lowering their standard of living despite the recent easing of gas prices. That matches the all time high reach during the Great Recession. There are three new monkeypox mass vaccination sites opening today around New York City, Paul di Castro reports. The science opening in Queens, Brooklyn and The Bronx are only for people who have already made appointments online. The new sites are located at aviation high school in Queens, bushwick education in Brooklyn and The Bronx high school of science. In addition to the new sites, there are still sites in Chelsea central Harlem and Corona. As of July 15th, New York City has 461 confirmed monkeypox cases, the CDC notes the Big Apple accounts for 25% of the cases nationwide. Ricky Martin's brother is taking to social media to defend his sibling, Martin has been accused of domestic violence and incest by his own nephew and had a protective order placed against him, Eric Martin made a social media post saying their nephew is deeply troubled and there was never any relationship between him and Ricky. He went on to say the victim wasn't telling the truth and that all the facts need to be thoroughly examined if the accusations about Ricky and his 21 year old nephew are true, the singer could face up to 50 years in prison. Disneyland is celebrating its
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"Trip to the Middle East by taking part in a summit meeting with Arab leaders in Saudi Arabia. He reassured the group the U.S. will continue to be heavily involved in the region to counter the influence from China, Russia, and Iran. He also raised the issue of human rights saying citizens must be able to question and criticize leaders without fear of reprisal. Biden also urged gulf oil producers to pop more oil after the meetings the president boarded Air Force One for the flight back to Washington, D.C.. President Biden is backing a scaled down economic Bill after a key Democrat senator objected to a larger bill with climate provisions. In a statement, Biden said he now supports a bill aimed at lowering prescription drug prices. The bill was supposed to be paired with democratic spending to fight climate change. Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia objected due to concerns over inflation. Democrats needed the support of every democratic senator to pass the bill in the evenly divided Senate. Opening statements will get underway next week in the penalty phase for the Parkland Florida school shooter. Rick hoschel has details. Prosecutors will lay out their case against Nicholas Cruz starting Monday throughout the trial jurors will see graphic evidence and tour marjory Stoneman Douglas high school where crews admitted to killing 17 people back in 2018. The jury will ultimately decide whether Cruz will spend the rest of his life in prison or receive a death sentence, the process is expected to last four months. I'm rec hoschel. Consumer sentiment is nearing a record low. The University of Michigan's early reading for July rose slightly from last month's record low, the survey found nearly half of all consumers blame inflation for lowering their standard of living, despite the recent easing of gas prices. That matches the all time high reached during the Great Recession. The mega millions jackpot now tops a half $1 billion. Lottery officials say next Tuesday's drawing will be worth an estimated $530 million after no one matched all 6 numbers last night. I'm Julie Ryan. Police are still investigating after a bomb threat caused a chaotic scene Friday night at San Francisco international airport. KTVU says one person is in custody. Brad Siegel has more. It all started around 8 15 Friday night when police responded to a bomb threat at the airport. They evacuated the international terminal and shut down the Bard station. San Francisco police said in a tweet late Friday that officers received a bomb threat at the airport and found a suspicious package on investigation. Police say they removed at least one package from the airport, allowing for the return of normal operations. It was shortly after midnight when check in counters reopened, and TSA checkpoint operations resumed the airport is now asking travelers to be patient, check with their airline about any delays and allow extra time. I'm Brad Siegel. All sexual misconduct claims involving the Houston Texans in the deshaun Watson sexual misconduct scandal are being settled. Lisa Taylor reports. Southeast Texas attorney Tony busby announced the confidential settlements between the team and 30 massage therapists, busby took aim at Watson, who the Texans were accused of covering for, saying there was a marked contrast into how the Texans handled things versus Watson, the current Cleveland Browns quarterback, has long denied wrongdoing and was no build by two grand juries, but could still face an NFL suspension. I'm Lisa Taylor, two alligators have killed a Florida woman who fell into a pond near her house. The Sarasota county sheriff's office says an elderly woman whose name and age haven't been released fell into a pond near her home in englewood last night before she could climb back out to alligators grabbed her and dragged her underwater. The alligators have been removed from the residential pond. Ricky Martin is facing up to 50 years in prison amid abuse allegations. On Friday it was revealed that Martin's alleged domestic violence accuser is his own nephew, 21 year old Dennis Sanchez. The Puerto Rican singer was accused of domestic violence earlier this month, but Sanchez chose to remain anonymous at that time, getting a temporary restraining order against Martin. I'm Julie Ryan. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. President Joe Biden said he expects further oil supply increases from Saudi Arabia to help team fuel costs at home after a landmark meeting with the kingdom's rulers. Biden's trip didn't result in an immediate pledge for our production hike, but U.S. officials said they were confident that Riyadh would lead the OPEC plus alliance to an agreement for a gradual boost. Donald Trump and two of his children won a brief reprieve from depositions in New York's probe of their family real estate business. We get more about that from Bloomberg's Charlie palette. It follows the sudden death of the former president's first wife, Ivana Trump, the delay was granted by New York attorney general letitia James, who's been fighting for months to get Trump, Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump to answer questions under oath as part of her investigation into potentially fraudulent asset valuations at the Trump organization. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Major League Baseball is paying $185 million to settle a federal class action lawsuit filed by minor league players. The lawsuit was filed as players sought pay for violations by teams involving minimum wage and overtime violations, ESPN reports said that as part of the settlement, the MLB will issue a memo mandating teams pay minor leaguers during spring training extended spring training and instructional leagues. U.S. stocks could be in for more declines as the risk of a hard recession and a stronger dollar rises in the second half of the year. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett quotes Bank of America's strategists. Those strategists led by Michael hartnett say that although both stock and credit are close to pricing a mild economic downturn, equity markets could see proper capitulation at the second quarter earnings season is worse than expected. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett, global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg
John and Ken on Demand
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"John. Ken show john kobylt ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. All right it's gonna talk now for a moment about the frenzy over the gabby petito story by the i was looking at. I think it was good morning. America had this story. i was funny expecting. Because i knew that there'd be some of these people in the woke media would say all this attention on the missing white woman. Maybe people have a point. Let's do a story called the gabby petito effect and what it was was a ray of pictures on the screen missing persons around the country who were not white anyway saying that what this story get so much attention. These stories don't accept you know this every year. There's one of these stories and every year. It's the same tired debate. The news only covers stuff. That's going to get them an audience. I know and part look if she. It's not just white if she was a short dumpy girl with bad skin and thick glasses. There'd be no coverage either. But you know she. She was strikingly pretty. And that i mean look at everybody in on. Tv in the movies. They don't hire ugly people to to act. They don't hire people to deliver the news at the way the world is human nature is so there so it's not it's not it's not color it's it comes down to two looks. Now that they have a body they have a murder case. It's a matter of finding the fiancee slash boyfriend that everyone clearly knows. Kilter and search is on in florida actually using dive teams. They've gone to some reserve florida. Swampland you may know john. It says in the sarasota area so really. Yeah oh. I didn't know it was in sarasota area. What was the name of it here. Let me see if i can just find it in a story. I think the town was. Yes the sarasota. County sheriff's office arrived at the caulton reserve. That's what it's called wednesday to look for brian laundry. The person of interest in potatoes death in wyoming. So they're looking. The dive teams are looking at maybe often self and he's floating in the water somewhere sunk himself now story to be alligator food. Then oh is that right. There's a lot of a lot of allegations. There's a lot of alligators and in those areas where we found out years ago that they're able to use of underground waterways and they can pop up and places remember that disney resort with child got attacked that they can. They can show up and places..
Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"We've got you covered this morning. In Covid 19 continues to rage on Jack and Katie. As we now find out, and we found out yesterday, the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office. They have seen a major impact as a bunch of their employees have tested positive for Covid 1994 employees are out of work because they're experiencing covid related symptoms. 60 of those 94 employees have officially tested positive for Covid 19. And that right there, And even though this is about 10% of the workforce in Sarasota, they have more than 1000 employees. 60 people. I mean, that thing is spreading like wildfire. Yeah, And that's something we're seeing here. Jack is Justin we saw in the building. So that's why it's hard for me to imagine that People listening haven't been impacted the way we are the way Sarasota County the sheriff's office, they've been impacted where it just as high. This Delta variant, highly transmissible and seems much more so than the original Covid 19 when it first broke out in March. Yeah, that's incredible that 94 the employees course This is sheriff's deputies as well as other employees to But, um, that is amazing because they're now out of work and 60 of those have tested positive for the Covid 19, but they've got more than 1000. As you pointed out, so it's 10% of the workforce. Is being impacted by this stuff. I wonder which department Because, like you mentioned these are not just deputies. These are just, you know, employees of the sheriff's office. You know, you gotta hope it's just a regular desk employee and not, you know, should you need as many people on the streets as possible. Yeah, they had, and, uh, Polk County Deputy has died of Covid 19, after spending several weeks in the hospital, died yesterday. 32 years old young Christopher Broadhead. Deputy Sheriff Christopher Broad had 32 I mean, that's that. That doesn't scare that. You know what? How do I know? Because I think people think the real dangers to old people. It can impact young people as well. And you and people probably going well. He probably had an underlying condition. I didn't see anything like that here. Well, they don't have that in the story, and there's a possibility did but Because we did see that and so many in the past, But there are healthy people with no underlying conditions that have not been vaccinated that are getting hammered by this thing. Cameron. I'm talking late twenties, early thirties people that you look at, you know, in a regular year and not a pandemic and say, Wow, these are healthy human beings, and it just hits them. By the way, there is a group the tea parties. Patriots action. And they're organizing a nationwide just say no protests on Saturday, August 28 against the What they call the Democrat led mandates for covid vaccines and masks. And they've got 52 confirmed rallies nationwide. And more than that are being organized every day. I'd be interested Jack. If there's a big difference in people of how they feel for the people that called him yesterday, and there were a lot of them. That are not for mask mandates. Yeah, What's it's It's a major issue and again. It's a political issue with again. Most people on the writer against it and most on the left or well favor in favor of it. But the question I want to ask Jack After knowing what we found out yesterday about the masks is how many of those people that do not want their liberties. Their freedoms. Um, you know, taken away by being forced to do anything like a mask. Where do you stand on the vaccine, Right. If you called in yesterday, and you were Against the mask mandates. Are you somebody who believes in the vaccine? Are you somebody who thinks people should take the vaccine? 809 699352, because seriously, even though they become political issues, IDing the mask issue is so different from the vaccine. Yeah, that's so different. And I wonder if people's views are aligned on that where you might be anti mask and you're also anti vaccine. Yeah, I'm I'm a pretty much right wing guy. Just say the least. But I break from my brethren on this because I am very much in favor of the vaccines and also very much in favor of the masks. And although I do think it should be a parental option, and if parents are concerned, and they can let them home school again, like they were doing all last year, and I I see that I can understand people that don't want to be forced or their kids to be forced to wear masks. To me. It's a small concession as I said yesterday, but I understand that the vaccine is so different for me. I I still don't understand why people wouldn't want to take that vaccine. Oh, yeah. The vaccine. I had no problem going for that, for sure will continue. This conversation will take your calls on the other side. 809 699352 If you'd like to join the show, it's 5 29 on and Tampa Bay. 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"There and we still have to serve our community in a safe way and in a responsible way, So that's what we're doing right now being as responsible as we can. Sarasota County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Caitlin Perez, who says they'll pull people from different parts of the agency, to make sure their staffing things accordingly. Former Miami Hurricanes player Avante Williams says he wants to rejoin the team now that battery charges against him have been dropped. Williams was arrested July 21st accused of beating his pregnant ex girlfriend, Miami Dade Circuit Court Judge Mini Glaser gave Williams a stay away order even if she calls you up and wants to get to Together. You can't go near her. If anybody sees you with her, you would be in violation of the stay away order and you can be rearrested right and you could face additional charges. If you get re arrested. You have to stay in jail until your trial. Williams has denied the allegations, and the state cleared him after the victim recanted her initial claims to police. The University of Miami recruit was kicked off the team following his arrest. It's likely up to the um administrators, not the coaches and recruiters to bring him back. State prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty against the mother of a West Melbourne top. Blur and her boyfriend, accusing them of the child's murder in June. Sergeant Greg Aaron stuff, says three year old Jameson Nance died after he suffered through an experienced significant pain and abuse over a three week span. The horror this child in his short life lived continued and continued until his body said no more 27 year old Erica Dotson and 25 year old Andrew Mann's will remain in custody without bond in the Brevard County jail. The case is set for review before a judge Wednesday morning at the more Criminal Justice Center with Florida's News. I'm Kimba Tyler Lightning Fast changes in Afghanistan I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News. President Biden will likely come under pressure during a call with G seven leaders this morning or him to extend the August 31st evacuation deadline. The pressure is building on the president to extend that deadline and not just domestically Monday, President Biden spoke with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The UK needs US military resources on the ground in Afghanistan to keep its operations going in the U. K is just one of several allies that are pushing Biden. To extend the deadline. That, however, is a red line for the Taliban. They say the US agreed to that deadline of August the 31st in talks and they will not allow the US to go back on its word, Fox says Ryan Chilcote, Widespread chaos punctuated by sporadic violence has gripped Kabul's airport since the Taliban took over the Afghan capital more than one week ago, With Western and Afghan forces driving back crowds desperate to leave. Meantime, Russia announced This morning. It's reinforcing its military base in neighbouring Tajikistan. It's a history making day in New York, Kathy Huckle took the oath of office just after midnight to become the state's first female governor. He replaces Governor Andrew Cuomo, who resigned amidst a scandal. Thank you for the honor of serving as governor of New York, Cuomo is roughly 16 minute address, expressed gratitude for being allowed 15 years in elected offices, but also touched on the sexual harassment controversy. He faces their cost his job. The truth will out In time, he wished his successor, Kathy Hoco, well, and ended with what had become a signature phrase. Never forget. Always stay. New York Tough Gurnal. Scott Fox News. America's Listening.
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"With 60 testing positive. We don't have the option to shut down. We don't have the option to work from home. We have to get out there and we still have to serve our community in a safe way and in a responsible As we can. Sarasota County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Caitlin Perez, who says they'll pull people from different parts of the agency, to make sure their staffing things accordingly. Former Miami Hurricanes player Avante Williams says he wants to rejoin the team now that battery charges against him have been dropped. Williams was arrested July 21st accused of beating his pregnant ex girlfriend, Miami Dade Circuit Court Judge Mindy Glaser gave Williams a stay away order. Even if she calls you up and wants to get together. You can't go near her. If anybody sees you with 30 would be in violation of the stay away order and you can be real. Arrested, all right, and you could face additional charges. If you get rearrested. Your next stay in jail until your trial. Williams has denied the allegations, and the state cleared him after the victim recanted her initial claims to police. The University of Miami recruit was kicked off the team following his arrest. It's likely up to the UM administrators, not the coaches and recruiters to bring him back. State prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty against the mother of a West Melbourne toddler and her boyfriend, accusing them of the child's murder in June. Sergeant Greg Aaron stuff, says three year old Emerson. Nancy died after he suffered through an experienced significant pain and abuse over a three week span. The horror this child in his short life lived continued and continued until his body said no more 27 year old Erica Dotson and 25 year old Andrew Mann's will remain in custody without Bond and the Brevard County Jail. The case is set for review before a judge Wednesday morning at the more Criminal Justice Center with Florida's news. I'm Kimba Tyler..
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"Control and Prevention. 94 Sarasota Sheriff's Office employees out with covid related symptoms. With 60 testing positive. We don't have the option to shut down. We don't have the option to work from home. We have to get out there and we still have to serve our community in a safe way in an irresponsible way, So that's what we're doing right now. Being as responsible as we can. Sarasota County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Caitlin Perez, who says they'll pull people from different parts of the agency to make sure their staffing things accordingly. Former Miami Hurricanes player Avante Williams says he wants to rejoin the team now that battery charges against him have been dropped. Williams was arrested July 21st accused of beating his pregnant ex girlfriend, Miami Dade Circuit Court Judge Mindy Glaser gave Williams a stay away order. Even if she calls you up and wants to get together. You can't go near her. If anybody sees you, whether he would be in violation of the stay away order and you can be rearrested. And you could face additional charges. If you get re arrested and you have to stay in jail until your trial. Williams has denied the allegations, and the state cleared him after the victim recanted her initial claims to police. The University of Miami recruit was kicked off the team following his arrest. It's likely up to the um administrators, not the coaches, a recruiters to bring him back. State prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty against the mother of a West Melbourne toddler and her boyfriend, accusing them of the child's murder in June. Sergeant Greg Aaron stuff, says three year old Jamison Nance died. After he suffered through and experienced significant pain and abuse over a three week span. The horror this child in his short life lived continued and continued until his body said no more 27 year old Erica Dotson in 25 year old Andrew Mann's will remain in custody without bond in the Brevard County Jail. The case is set for review before a judge Wednesday morning at the more Criminal Justice Center with Florida's news. I'm Kimba Tyler. As a marketer. You want to reach everyone adults,.
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"It anyway. Else except in the Midwest, and then it's uh, it's a delight. It's got a yellow gravy on top. Yeah, so it was. It was it was a food was the food based tour with a little bit Uncle Cracker's speckled in a few questions from Twitter from KEDO's buddies is my favorite. Did you get the chicken fingers to? My dad used to take me there all the time? No, I was that was. The other thing is when you know that you're on a trip. That is, uh, a lot about eating. You can't eat every single thing you want to because I've just from the last time I was back was four years ago. You find yourself not being able to get things because you've eaten too much of other things, right? So we did the four square I had it with governors, which is very Michigan. Legit. So so I kept it. Uh, I kept it kept it calm that night and from Shannon Herndon, who we love. Uh, did you get the Jeep wave from people while you were driving your jeep? It's funny that she asked that because I kept joking with with Danielle. Because I was I was honking. So I guess I I was I knew there was something that Jeep owners did to each other, but, um, I didn't know it was a wave. And I was I was doing things like that. Got you? Yeah. Uh, I may be a Jeep man. There's something about it and you You look like a Jeep dude. Well, and I didn't their words so you can take off the top, You know, just the hard top part or you can really get into it. Then you have to get a wrench and tools and then you can take off the doors and all of that, which obviously For rental. I wasn't going to bust out of, uh, lug nut and right start wrenching things to take off Take off the doors, but it was. It was really cool. Good, And it made me realize Maybe this is just a profound point that I that I was having while being in my feelings up in Michigan, but I was thinking to myself of how People always tell young kids. This is the greatest time of your life like this is enjoy this. It really is. And we say that and while simultaneously telling people to to grow up and move forward in life, and when I was there I found myself just enjoying a lot of the things that I did when I was a child, even though it's completely different, and I just I just think we should Appreciate the things we appreciated. We were younger, more to try and tap into that happiness that everybody talks about so much. But while the same time telling you to leave it behind, you know we we should discourage people from saying Grow up and leave your past behind your past is what makes you and revisiting those days. That brings you immense joy. Yeah, and all those things and they can be foods they can. It doesn't have to be some Don't have to be a trip or some profound thing. But just those things that you loved as a child, you know, embrace them find ways to tap into that. And maybe It's a lot easier. I think to appreciate a place like where I grew up once you've left, right. Does that make sense? Because the people who stayed they think I'm crazy. You know when I go back, and I appreciate so many things, and I just want to go sit in the park and eat a doughnut. It's like what? That what the hell is wrong with? You know what I mean? I think sometimes you have to Get away from certain things to appreciate it. But, yeah, I get that It's a I I hope I don't lose that. I hope you don't either, because when I when I think about when I where I grew up in Framingham, Mass. I would love to be able to go to like Papa Gino's. Yeah, again. You should as I remember, you should And sometimes it's sad like there's a lot of things when I go back there. Well, that's sad and and just whether it's buildings that aren't their businesses or people that died or whatever. It may be A lot of it's sad, but I think you take it You soak in the goodness will also accepting that that everything changes. This reminded me of clerks to Yeah. Yeah, it was, you know, and I think I get Over not overly emotional, but I probably hold where I grew up in too high of regard, you know, because it's It's easy to feel that way when you're so gone from it. You know if I was if I was still living there today, I would probably say Get me out of this hellhole. But leaving makes me appreciate it more understood. So the covid situation? Um I will say doesn't seem to be getting any better locally here in the Tampa Bay area. The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office says it is seeing an influx of employees testing for covid positive for Covid 19. According to a spokesperson. The sheriff's office currently has 94 employees out of work experiencing covid related symptoms. 60 of those employees have tested positive for Covid. The sheriff's office has more than 1000 employees, so just under 10% of its workforce is impacted. So I'm starting to read today that maybe that maybe we're peaking. I guess that's I guess that's the only thing we can hope for is I know once we've peaked, there's still you know, roughness on the other side. But this can't go on forever. No, it won't. And it can't. But right now, it's concerning, if not terrifying. What we're what? Because when we got back in the time we stopped at Wa Wa and I felt trying to compare what things were like up north to hear because they in Michigan specifically are experiencing some sort of First freedom thing because they were the first state to go up after the vaccine happened. So I was reading a little bit about they believe they had this alpha variant wave when everybody else was getting vaccinated. Okay. The kind of doesn't have them near immunity. But that's why they're going down the way that they are so masks were few and far between. When I came back, and I saw my first wa wa here I was blown away. Every single person is out and about with with a mass. Did you feel like that was the case downtown or a little more little more loose A little more loose? Hardly anybody with masks in downtown ST Pete, and you know, you just accept the risks. If you're gonna go out, I think that's what it is..