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"seven puppies" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Just quit this. I have breaking news but video we ever break you more more thing I'll breaking is it It's really breaking news. If you listen to our show yesterday, Yeah, carolers. Swift has had seven babies already. Already named the puppies yet yesterday yesterday, Laurie is Britney's dog. No, No, no, You're not. You're nerds labor. No, No, This is not anything that I will be talking about. I'm just gonna tell you in the pad listeners named the Children worry. Let's get back to the game and stop wandering. You're winning. Well, you're one Rocco went to the trouble of one more point. You want to alienate the people Don't love dogs right now. They're very excited about playing this game with us. Oh, yeah. There we go. Our last question in pop culture Jeopardy World Redhead Day, not Eric Stoltz. Here it is. He didn't win a 2015 Emmy for his role in the BBC's Wolf Hall. And he's never been nominated me in the eyes. There you go. Was rolling billions. But he did want an outstanding lead Actor in a drama series in 2015 for his role as Brody on Homeland Redhead. That's not Eric Stoltz. I named America and his wife passed away this year that everyone loved working with any world, the sweetest. No, she's recognizable actress that everyone knew people were comparing his actress. It was like, if if, like Dame to Judi Dench or Maggie Smith had passed away in their fifties? Yeah, I've just been robbed of Decades. Yeah, Wonderful. Lasting. Yes, she's in is not Eric students, Not Eric Stoltz. So he's still around better. Eric Stoltz. Well, that's the game. All right. Well, Julia, I'm sorry that even in my dehydrated, hungry stage, I was distracted. Taylor Swift had seven puppies. Oh, my goodness. Right out the gate. I know. Listen, we come back. It's time for the journal er. My talk one. Oh, 71. Light of your space and southern lights in Burnsville. It's where selection means expertise and experts like Ryan Hey, Ryan. Hey, Brian. What in the world is that? Well, Alexis, you're not the only one. With the new addition to the family. The family at Southern Lights has made a couple new additions as well. We have recently added to our team of lighting experts, and we could not be more excited to have even more lighting knowledge on our showroom floor to share with all those my talkers. Oh, that's great. Ryan. I'm not sure.
"seven puppies" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Then I'll have the latest breaking news weather and traffic updates come back this afternoon for windows news at noon right here on news ninety six point five W. B. B. R. I hope you guys had a great weekend Marcia how's your puppy he is just great we had a great weekend I mean Friday night that's the night we got him first night you know he was in a puppy room with seven puppies yeah he was hanging out with other puppy so understandably he missed all of re the whimper and whine yes I kind of got into a lot of trouble because everyone else was prompted to the puppy before me because their bedrooms are closer to you know where the where the dog why yeah so but anyway we we made it through Friday night and then Saturday what we did Saturday was a little different we took us crate and we put our sixteen year old dog the bed in there and put him in with the puppy the puppy was fine not a team all so and then not a peep last night so so far so good does the puppy smell like puppy box hopefully I'm so my design that is the best smell in the world it is and we went for a bike ride we hit his first bike ride yesterday was in my basket so we went about three miles there three miles back and what's fun with puppies is you know everybody comes up to you know he weeks four days you know I want to abscond with your puppy and stop don't tackling he's got a great well I'm glad congratulations thanks five twenty four good morning your listing Orlando's morning news Joe the morning after some patchy fog a mix of sun and clouds and nice day a warm day kind of spring like again will be close to record highs highs around eighty three degrees tonight mild temperatures down in the sixties more fog.
"seven puppies" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Team. I'm Erin bender live from the twenty four hour newsroom. More than one hundred students to college campuses in L A or quarantine because of the measles officials say one hundred seventeen people at UCLA are under quarantine until they can prove immunization separate cluster account St. L A's harder to pin down L A department of public health officer, Dr Davis says that's because exposure was in the north library and not everybody is going to be known who was in that library at that time public health director, Dr Barbara for rare says her staff contacting the students who checked out books that day we can't identify their immune status. We will be shoeing quarantine orders. She says anyone who is in the north library on April eleventh between eleven and three should notify the university in LA, Kris Ankarlo, KFI news, seven puppies, abandoned. In Coachella has died Riverside County animal services says the puppy was the runt of the litter and may have been at the bottom of a plastic bag that was thrown in a dumpster in Coachella of on tier says the pup seems to have taken a hard hit when the other dogs landed on top of him. And he. Never recovered. The other puppies are thriving as our thirty eight dogs that were rescued from the puppy dumpers home earlier this week the woman still legally owns the dogs, but they are under protective custody for the next few days. Once that expires officials say they could be put up for adoption, Monica Rix, KFI the man who led police on a wild chase through L A and Orange County's was on probation under AB one oh nine Southgate. Police sergeant Ishmael Rivera says the man benefited from the states prison reforms, he's an excellent on post release coming provisions only Leona. Police say the man hit a woman in the passenger seat during the three hour-long police chase last night. He was eventually arrested inside a ninety nine cent store enrolling heights. LA county is suing so Cal it isn't over the Wolsey fire. Supervisor Sheila kills a lot of attention has been given a lawsuit filed over the fire at the county has had enormous expense itself, and it's really public money. We think that it's coming on us to try to get some of it back from the entity that actually caused a fire fuel says costs and damages from the fire add up to about one hundred million dollars. Cal fire is not finished. Its investigation of the cause former vice president Joe Biden has announced he is running for president. He posted a video on Twitter to let everybody know Biden later told reporters in Delaware. He asked President Obama not to endorse him, and he doesn't want.
"seven puppies" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Supervisor Sheila, you'll says this is an essential step toward accountability and recovery. Kris Ankarlo, KFI news. The man who led police on an hour as long as through L A and Orange County's is an ex con on probation. Instigators say the driver hit a woman in the passenger seat while he was trying to get away from police Southgate police sergeant Ishmael Rivera says the man was out because of the state's prison realignment. We know that he's a twenty year old ex felon who is currently on pure CS or AB went oh nine demand. Drove through a park on sidewalks and onto incoming traffic last night police eventually caught him inside a store in Rowland heights. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. One of seven puppies, abandoned. In Coachella has died county animal services says the puppy was the runt of the litter and may have been at the bottom of a plastic bag that was thrown in a dumpster in Coachella of volunteer says the pup seems to have taken a hard hit when the other dogs landed on top of him. And he never recovered. The other puppies are. Thriving as our thirty eight dogs that were rescued from the puppy dumpers home earlier this week the woman still legally owns the dogs, but they are under protective custody for the next few days. Once that expires officials say they could be put up for adoption. Monica Rix, KFI news. Brought to you by Mike diamond, smell good plumber. Dozens of gang members and their associates have been rounded up in the inland empire. Rest teams took twenty four into custody. This morning across and Bernandino county and one subject is considered a fugitive. His name is Angel Martinez. The FBI is Paul delicate says the gang members arrested this morning or among thirty five people named an eight indictments dozens of counts of conspiracy, narcotics violations firearms violations, identity theft and money laundering, the indictments allege members of the gang conspired to distribute methamphetamine heroin and marijuana inside Seminole county jail system and across southern California. Let's update the crash.
"seven puppies" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"One hundred students to college campuses in LA of corn team because of the measles officials say one hundred seventeen people at UCLA or under horn teen until they can prove immunization separate cluster accounts. Need L A's harder to pin down L A department of public health officer, Dr Davis says that's because exposure was in the north library and not everybody is going to be known who was in that library time public health director, Dr Barbara for rarest her staff is contacting the students who checked out books that day can't identify their immune status. We will be shoeing quarantine orders says anyone who is in the north library on April eleventh between eleven and three should notify the university in LA, Chris ancarlo KFI news, arrested an ex con for a double murder in. Newport beat John bugs has been booked for allegedly killing former minor league hockey player Darren parts and psychologist Wendy Miller who were found Sunday inside parts. Newport, Beach condo family, says the two disappeared. Friday. Meanwhile, Saturday through Monday, Irvine police had been chasing. For a series of burglaries one in which he allegedly shot at home when someone spotted him cops say bugs was caught early Monday morning after a short police chase and manhunt involving several agencies Newport Beach, PD still won't say how parts and Miller were killed, but on social media Miller sunset his mother had been shot in Orange County. Corbin Carson KFI news. Brought to you by reborn cabinets. One of seven puppies, abandoned. In Coachella has died county animal services, the puppy was the run to the litter and may have been at the bottom of the plastic bag that was thrown in a dumpster in Coachella of own tier says, the pup seems to have taken a hard hit when the other dogs landed on top of him, and he never recovered. The other puppies are thriving as our thirty eight dogs that were rescued from the puppy dumpers home earlier this week the woman still legally owns the dogs, but they are under protective custody for the next few days. Once expires officials say they could be put up for adoption. Monica Rix, KFI news. Recent Oscar winner Rami Malik has joined the cast of the next JAMES BOND movie as the villain. Dr. No Daniel, Craig we'll be back for the film due out a year from now it'll be partly set in Jamaica where Ian Fleming Rhode all his novels about bond gonna crash.
"seven puppies" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You Kelly. It is six twenty four. There has been another death at the Grand Canyon park. Officials say a seventy year old woman fell about two hundred feet west of pipe creek vista the name of the woman not being released pending notification of her family, it is the second accidental death from a fall in Grand Canyon National park this year. Another man died from a fall outside of the national park borders at the Grand Canyon. A former USC coaches cutting a plea deal in the college admissions cheating scandal, Laura, Janki, pleading guilty direct tearing charges. The former US assistant women's soccer coach reportedly took tens of thousands of dollars in bribes the feds say she then fake documents for the children of rich parents. So the kids could get into the university. One of those parents is from San Diego County and has also pleading guilty to charges his daughter got accepted to USC as a soccer recruit. And his son was later admitted as a basketball recruit Jason Kemp Adonia NBC News Radio New details being released about a California woman. Accused of tossing newborn puppies into a dumpster Riverside County animal services, say the suspects also had thirty eight dogs living in filthy conditions. Deborah sue Cole will is accused of tossing seven puppies into a Coachella dumpster. Fortunately, those puppies were found minutes later. They're okay. She was identified through security video when police took her into custody, they found more than three dozen other dogs living in filthy and run down house. All those dogs are now in shelters, a Kansas zookeeper who was mauled by a tiger is out of intensive care now Brinton Wiley, the director of the Topeka zoo says you keep her shouldn't have been in the area, there should only the zookeeper in that space when that tiger is secured in an inside Kristen Hayden Ortega who was attacked is.
"seven puppies" Discussed on 790 KABC
"America is coming under fire for keeping a list of volunteers who sexually abused children and never making those names public the records cover incidents that happened over the course of more than half a century, the boy scouts organization calls it the ineligible. Volunteers. File attorney Jeff Anderson has a different name for it. Those perversion files that they've had reflect that they have removed thousands of fenders of childhood sexual abuse. He advocates for abuse victims have able to us court documents to identify many of the over seventy eight hundred people on that list and references to more than twelve thousand victims Anderson said most of that information was never handed over to thirties. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. Public health officials have declared a measles outbreak here in LA county with five confirmed cases of meat. Zell's involving residents who traveled overseas. Most of them have not been vaccinated, the infected people visited UCLA Cal State LA as well as Bradley International terminal LAX and restaurants in lockin, yada, Flint ridge, and Glendale more cases could surface since measles has attended twenty one day incubation period. President Trump is reportedly ordering an administration wide boycott of the annual White House correspondents dinner. Politico says the order was conveyed by White House. Cabinet secretary Bill McGinley, the president is again skipping the dinner on Saturday night. He has called the event boring and too negative. Trump is holding a rally that night in Green Bay. We're getting more details about the woman accused of tossing a plastic bag of newborn puppies. Into a dumpster. Riverside County animal services says the suspect also had thirty eight dogs living in filthy conditions. Deborah sue COE, well is accused of tossing seven puppies into a Coachella dumpster. Fortunately, they were found minutes later, she was a dentist through security video when police took her into custody. They found more than three dozen other dogs living filthy and rundown. House all the dogs are now in shelters Kevin trip. KABC news homeless people across L A county or dying in record numbers. Kaiser health new study shows nine hundred eighteen homeless people died in LA county last year and in the last five years homeless deaths have climbed by seventy six percent public. Health officials aren't sure what's behind the trend. But they suspect it's due to a rise in substance abuse, the true brother's in actor Jesse small. Let's case are now suing small let's attorneys brothers say through a statement read by their attorney Gloria Schmidt that until now they've done nothing. But listen to numerous lies about them in the media. These lies are destroying our character, and our reputation in our personal and professional life much of that say Schmidt in two other attorneys representing the brothers is because of defamatory statements made about them by small attorneys. Mark garrison Tina gland. Ian lawsuits filed against Gary goes gland seeking specify, Dan. Images. We have reached out to this office for comment. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Talk radio seven nine caves.
"seven puppies" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Deputy city attorney in LA has turned her legal focus to typhus claim Liz Greenwood blames the city for allowing trash and human waste to attract the fleas that she says led to her typhus infection. She's filed a five million dollar claim against the city every single attempts. I have made to get the city attorney's office to protect their employees and protect the public has they've shut the door in my face. She claims contractor search for fleas at city hall over the winter was pointless because fleas are dormant at that time of year. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. This is brought to you by Nanno knee. The seven puppies thrown into a dumpster in Coachella are so young they'll need to be bottle fed the terrier mixes where apparently just days old when a woman was caught on security camera last week tossing them in a sealed plastic bag into the dumpster. The cues puppy dumper was arrested yesterday and charged with seven counts of animal cruelty. A new study from LA county health suggests more. Than half of the mentally ill people in jail could be safely released. The study concluded about three thousand of the counties roughly five thousand mentally ill jail population could be released as long as they had housing treatment LA county DA Jackie Lacey says that's why the supportive housing program is being expanded version can address the untreated, mental honest than substance abuse that is often the root cause of the crime. She says through the program in the last two years almost three thousand people have already been released with more than ninety percent of those still in housing after six months in downtown LA corporate Carson KFI news, crews have cleared needles spray cans and human waste from a homeless encampment along Whittier boulevard Cal trans force more than forty people to break camp near the six five freeway yesterday. Cal spokesman Michael komo's says the encampment was dangerous it's being done for health and safety reasons because it's right here next to a state highway cars could run off the road people here this barrier that was intended for people to be living service groups offered homeless people. Oh, tell rooms if they didn't have somewhere else to stay and a Bill in Washington state, would let dead people rot. It's called natural organic reduction. And it's an accelerated decomposition process that turns bodies into soil about two large wheelbarrows full within weeks. The Bill legalising human composting has passed the legislature, and is headed to the desk of democratic governor Jay Inslee, if signed the new law would take affect may first of two thousand twenty a spokeswoman for the governor says the Bill is still under review, but the idea seems like a thoughtful effort to soften our footprint on earth, testified at KFI news. You know, I was just thinking earlier why we haven't had any problems on the ninety one this morning and jinxed it you did take that we're going to Buena park on the ninety one eastbound.
"seven puppies" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Have spent my life demonstrating that Brown bears are not naturally aggressive. But we tend to make them that lay managing to be afraid of us. You're listening to. Radio dot com. What a wonderful man has done so much for people better understanding, we hope that was certainly his whole life as I used to say to Charlie he does bear. And did from the time. He was a little infant win bear came to visit him on his family porch. Susan Eirik is our guest. Dr Eirik believes if I giving wild animals voice at the negotiation. Table promotes a sense of community. That includes all living beings, their work at earth, fire institute enables people to come into contact with animals, and therefore have a better understanding and relationship in their heart and not just their mind with the living wildlife, Susan when you started doing this work and talk to us a bit about how you came into the work of sanctuary, and and why the model you use is what you do. I came into it because someone invited me to help raise seven puppies. I'd always loved animals as long as I could remember coming into consciousness. And actually, the first deepest deepest. Love of my life was a cat. But then this person invited me to reasonable puppies. And who's going to say, no? So I didn't and the connection was so incredibly profound. Holding them close. Said to me, you could feel the passion for life in sucking down the milk to to live in. Connection ahead with each other. It just. Move me move knees. Even though it would deepest core of me. And not only did a few full completely hopelessly in love with them. But I get to know them so intimately. You get to see who they are. That's a wolf, and of course, the seven puppies and every single one was very different. Even though they were from the same weather. And my reaction was I have to share. This can't keep this experience for myself. I have to share this because I need to share it for the wolves. And I need to share it. Humans. And the person who invited me to do that. Used to train out of but wild animals for movies and sue him. I wish I began to meet other animals. And then it was clear. He had an incredible connection with them. He knew how to be with him and his training was done based on understanding who they were and actually somewhat telepathic communicating with them. When I saw how he could handle those animals we decided very quickly. Decided isn't right. Would just felt like we'd absolutely no choice. No didn't feel like that. I know exactly what you speak to. It's almost like when spirit calls. You don't have a choice other the pool in my belly. That was so strong. It is physical. It was like being pregnant except I wasn't just. Pool. I could not it wasn't a spiritual athletes physiological as well. We had to start. And interestingly though, I'm not. I don't have great talents. Telepathic Lewis spiritually in that in many other people. Do it just a profoundly empathic and connected that way, but I I decided to so my partner decided to go and look for some land. So we could start the sexually that we could share who these animals were. As you wrote in the beginning, it was incredibly difficult all these forces were against us. And I was sitting that I used to work also psychologist and I used to work in the hardcore prisons, which I loved it was like being a light in the darkness of the people were so responsive. I loved it. But I love this more. So when I was down in Colorado. And he was looking for land, and we decided to buy this piece of land. It felt like they were these. Huge world above the land of I don't want to say. Good or evil, a destructive forces in creating forces just had this image swirls, the swirls are kind of meeting, and it was just a kind of little place in the middle of Luca drop down in to the actual land. And it's kind of been like that ever since enormous difficulties on every level. And then somehow we keep moving ahead. Uh-huh. And so on the forty acres when a wounded animal comes to you, obviously, you tend to them, and if they are able to go back into the wild, they do and those can't become community members. So then what you do is talk to us about the retreats. And why this is part of the forum. That's so important to the earth fire institute. I should say that also we we end up with animals born in captivity is someone else's pet or something else as well. Right. And they can't be released either. But the retreats. Of course, we get lots of people saying can I come. Visit my say, no you can't come visit for an hour here. That's not what we're about. If you really want to come visit come to retreat. And this is what we do. This is this is not a place for humans to come. And heal itself. There's millions of places for that. Bill. You will be healed. If you come place. A place for the animals because they're not enough of places like that. Not for people to come for the road curiosity. Place where humans animals can meet and we can work on a new paradigm. How to be on the earth stick it can begin to see the different levels. So the retreats are based on spending some time here not just coming and leaping car where the bears weather will. Right. It's not an entertainment circus. No. And anybody who comes send a package thing. These are being zibanejad be meeting and we also limit them because. The animals gave exhausted. If had come to people coming by. So we have and the retreats sometimes we lead them. Sometimes lead them we have a shaman coming in a few weeks leading Shimon, I could treat her particular. Focuses is using ceremony to he'll make a bridge between and humans. She works in the shoes, which I find particularly beautiful trying to make sure that those animals at some level a seen as being not just as as entertainment sometimes we'll do a retreat a writing retreat. Artists to treat dependent who the leader is who they might want to bring or if we if we do what cells, but we don't have too many because they are very intensive. And we keep them small so lousy business model, but what can I tell you? Really? I mean, what what you speak to is the true deepening. You know, it's it's a challenge for all of us who are so committed to the earth and have been since we were little Tykes in our diapers. Loving animals and nature. I was speaking with Raymond moody on another Cajun about the kind of grief that people are experiencing about the earth, and as you pointed out, and I've always been an activist. It's okay to feel those things, but we also have to do. So a question I get from a lot of people is they say, well, you know, I can't take care of elephants are bears or wolves or coyotes, but I live in suburbia, and I see the squirrels and the Blue Jays and the chip Monson. How how do you guide our regular just general listening audience about deepening their own? Heart and their own experience with the wildlife around them. It makes absolutely no different. What it is you connect with. You still connecting into life itself. And it doesn't matter if it's a goldfish. Tree. Or a mushroom or third is a lovely article about this. I didn't interview with a lot Lafayette code Linda vendor. And I think Senator website, but if it isn't it was an article in a hard copy newsletter. That we send out twice a year to people who are supporters should be a big supporter. You can be a little supporter. Okay. Just to cover the cost of printing. And it's a lovely discussion about how she's a she's a wireless that uses intuition along with science, and she's wonderful to listen to her first connection. Listen, the backyard with squirrels from blue version Robbins. Jason, robin. Particularly bluejays. It makes no difference at all it seems to be more impressive with a bear wolf. But it really actually isn't. It's life that you're connecting with them. And you know, you be telepathic know that it comes to any form of life. Ultimately. And the thing to do. To be with them. Just to spend the time. Yourself and there are lots of excellent teachers who do that Penelope Smith is a whole tape begin to do that. Job. Yeah. Penelope joined us many times over the many years. She was teaching. Yeah. She's quite a woman. So you just sit and be. In communion, a companionship, and you don't demand any don't expect you to be. And I think my own feeling is when and when we go out into the woods, and it doesn't benefit the park in the city or even if you sit next to a tree in city or anywhere. If you go with an attitude of. Openness and respect. I wish an object. I personally believe that the cheese in the chirp welcomes us, I think they actually want companionship, if we do it in a respectful way. Just like we want it to companionship, I think life recognizes life and life wants to be connected to life in its eager to in its own way would in a tree way, or it's wolf way, which mouse way, or whatever way or human way, I think we want to connected if we're allowed ourselves to go into that place in their brain. Overcome all the wiring and conditioning for survival of all the rest of it. I have another there. We call him humble bumble and usually names respectful. That's just what he was is. He came from route sites, and it was clear that there's something really wrong with it. His brain damaged or whatever. Comes across as not exactly a statistic, not exactly learning. Disabled, clearly, not fully. There. And yet. Everybody loves it. And he comes ambling over if you won't sleep all winter asleep in winter. But if someone comes out to greet them because he's just so curious and this tremendous innocence, you can see some of the pictures on the tremendous innocence about him, and he's a grizzly bear. Innocent usually there and spending time with him. I began to start to think, you know. Nothing happened to damage his hard wiring for survival jealousy. Territoriality all that stuff. And maybe underneath that in bears and maybe underneath that office. Estimates sweetness. That's a beautiful way to look at it. We're going to take a break, our guests. If you're just joining us is Dr Susan Eirik E, I R I C H. Visit her institute.
"seven puppies" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A man boogie boarding off Cape Cod beaches attacked and killed by a shark today. It's the first fatal shark attack in New England waters since nineteen thirty six federal investigators start their investigation into the cause of this past Thursdays. Gas fires and explosions that tour through three Massachusetts communities about seventeen thousand residents in Lawrence and Dover north. Andover are still without power officials say it could be weeks before full restoration of gas services completed. Meanwhile, another investigation is underway. This one to determine the cause of a small plane crash in Woburn today the plane crashed in a wooded area off of Henderson road about four miles from hands Kemira field and. Bedford killing the two on board. A husband and wife who were on a flight from New York back now to our top story that deadly shark attack off the coast of Cape Cod. Reporter Bill Rakoff with war. A man boogie boarding, and Newcomb hollow beach and wealth fleet was suddenly attacked just offshore witnesses say they saw the man kicks something aggressively. Then saw the shark's tail flip in the water. The man was rushed to Cape Cod hospital where he died from his injuries. It's the first fatal shark attack in Massachusetts since nineteen thirty six the second attack this season. A sixty one year old man from New York remains in a hospital after he was attacked August fifteenth about four miles from the latest attack. Nukem hollow beach is now closed the swimming eyewitnesses say the attack today was sudden and violent shelter dogs from the Carolinas and Virginia we're Florence it up for adoption in New York. That's the sound of a twelve week old terrier hound mix. One of about seventy dollars a year at the north shore animal league on Long Island says rescuers Ted moriarty's there's a mama who came who is going to be put out in outside in the rain. Just because the person who was leaving. This is a mama with seven puppies. That were still nursing says moving the shelter drugs up here for adoption from the Carolinas and Virginia made more room for people living down there to drop off their dogs for safekeeping during the storm is just one less thing for people to worry about that. They're animals will be taken care of the north shore animal league will be going back down to the Carolinas to help out some more. I'm Julie Walker. WBZ news time four fifty one person has died after crashing into the bible of transportation truck, doing work on a Connecticut highway, the drop was working on I ninety five in Westbrook this morning when the vehicle drove into the work zone and hit a bucket truck. The incident happened at about seven thirty this morning. The identity of the victim is not been released state police say I ninety five on the southbound side we shut down until about twelve thirty. This afternoon is crews removed the vehicles and investigators began gathering evidence in an effort to reconstruct the crash. WBZ has the real story. The least informed and the last to act Columbia. There's no one in the weeds, and they've never seen this before they've promised hundreds of teams of technicians. None of is the only group that doesn't have a command center, relevant WBZ NewsRadio. WBZ news time four fifty three..
"seven puppies" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Dealers and if you've got one in, your life something going on with you or sub you're, involved with you could always up and let us know, about, it Fred edgy. Dot com Paulina just sent me this story on like half in tears right now because I I have a French. Bulldog rescue so thank you for sending. This story Twenty-three French bulldog puppies were rescued, in Texas and they've arrived in Chicago for rehab. And adoption the story behind it is, so sad the Chicago French bulldog rescue, said originally Twenty-eight French bulldog puppies were rescued from a moving van and. Texarkana Texas on. July twelve the humane, society said the puppies were brought to Chicago as cargo on a Turkish Airlines flight from the Ukraine for a guy who had purchased them and intended to. Sell them so this guy rented it, an unairconditioned moving van. And loaded Poppies onto them and then began a drive, to, Houston Texas state. Troopers pulled a moving down over Texarkana the next day found twenty seven puppies Pak-Tai tightly plastic crates suffering from various. Stages of heat exhaustion police at one. Of the puppies had already died animal rescue, said it was a hundred and twenty one degrees. In the back of this moving down, when they're puppies were found they had, no food or water so the group Chicago French bulldog rescue sad the dogs are in. Isolation as of last, night in animal hospitals when they're cleared for health they'll be put in foster homes until they're adopted so if you're interested Chicago French bulldog rescued they're so. Cute those poor things I'm so glad, they were rescued absolutely Picket Kansas.
"seven puppies" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Back to working, like dogs on radio and we're visiting today with the director of the Pacific assistance dogs society or better known, as, pads executive director Laura what a manic and Laura we were talking to for the break you mentioned that had is an, accredited member, of assistance dogs international and we. Were talking about that and I was wondering if you could just tell us a little bit more about what that accreditation means in the assistance dog industry because that's a big deal that you guys are credited it is we've actually just completed our forth by credit nation. With assistance dogs, international and for us it's kinda like the gold seal. Within our organization eighty I as it's also known as is a coalition of, not, for profit, assistance dogs organizations worldwide and in order to become eighty members You have to adhere to a high level of standards and you know you're training your placement, also your follow up with the clients it's all very comprehensive and so with our membership and accreditation through eighty, I, it is you know we're working to wards best practices and best standards and also the membership within eighty I also allows, us the, opportunity to work with the number. Of different schools worldwide and so that furthers our education and also collaboration with other schools we are also members of assistance dogs international breeding cooperatives so I believe there is twenty seven schools across North America that we share breeding stock we also share our litters so if. We were to, have a litter of seven puppies we might send to. Away to other schools and then we in turn get puppies back so it, allows, us to, improve on are are working lines genetically But it also allows us the diversities with, getting dogs from other schools guidance system stock school so it's been an, incredible opportunity for. Pads for the last four years to be involved in this program Yeah, that's terrific and congratulations on your latest accreditation because I know a little bit, about how much. Work, and how much demand goes on to agencies that are. Applying for that and and like you. Said, it's adhering with. Best practices which is still important in the assistance dog industry so that's. Wonderful, yeah it's it's a lot at, the end of the day it is so low because it is yeah, it really is and. It it says a lot for programs when they have that accreditation yeah we're tested by our peers so Will come in and look at our? Wallets but also it's done with a great deal of collaboration which is wonderful because they're sharing information and you're sharing knowledge and and they in turn are giving you advice and what have you so it's assistance. Dogs international in regards to pads it has been an incredible opportunity in our organization has seen so much more growth because of that membership. And, partnerships with. Other schools yeah yeah I bet yeah that's great will tell us about once the dogs get through your training program how do you match them with their human. Partner so we say the, dogs picked their career path and then the next step and it's so vital, to having that. Successful, relationship is is a good match based on both personality. And skill set of the dogs so. We, have a large. Application list applicant lists that sitting waiting for the dogs which is ever. Supposed, stressful for us all the. Way As the demand always far surpasses our ability to meet the need, unfortunately but once the dog has been determined and it's, nearing its placement we do what's called preplacement test so the dogs are and their handler, their trainer they undergo a training test skills. Tests that our, facility we take them out and, they we do a public access test so the dogs are really rated on their performance and once they've met the criteria then they. Go. Into, the queue. For, being matched..
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"Back to working like dogs on radio and we're visiting today with the director of the pacific assistance dogs society or better known as pads executive director laura what a manic and laura we were talking for the break you mentioned that pads is an accredited member of assistance dogs international and we were talking about that and i was wondering if you could just tell us a little bit more about what that accreditation means in the assistance dog industry because that's a big deal that you guys are credited it is we've actually just completed our forth accreditation with assistance dogs international and for us it's kind of like the gold seal within our organization eighty i as it's also known as is a coalition of not for profit assistance dogs organizations worldwide and in order to become eighty members you have to adhere to a high level of standards and you know you're training your placement also your follow up with the clients it's all very comprehensive and so with our membership and accreditation through eighty i it is you know we're working to wards best practices and best downwards and also the membership within eighty i also allows us the opportunity to work with the number of different schools worldwide and so that furthers our education and also collaboration with other schools we are also members of assistance dogs international breeding cooperatives so i believe there is twenty seven schools across north america that we share breeding stock we also share our litters so if we were to have a litter of seven puppies we might send to away to other schools and then we in turn get puppies back so it allows us to improve on are are working lines genetically but it also allows us the diversities with getting dogs from other schools guidance system stock school so it's been an incredible opportunity for pods for this last four years to be involved in this program yeah that's terrific and congratulations on your latest accreditation because i know a little bit about how much work and how much demand goes onto agencies that are applying for that and and like you said it's that hearing with best practices which is still important in the assistance dog industry so that's wonderful yeah it's a lot at the end of the day is because it is yeah it really is and it it says a lot for programs when they have that accreditation yeah we're tested by our peers so will come in and and look at our wallets but also it's done with a great deal of collaboration which is wonderful because they're sharing information and you're sharing knowledge and and they in turn are giving you advice and what have you so what's assistance dogs international in regards to pads it has been an incredible opportunity in our organization of seen so much more growth because of the membership and partnerships with other schools yeah yeah i bet yeah that's great we'll tell us about once the dogs get through your training program how do you match them with their human partner so we say the dogs picked their career path and then the next step it's so vital to having that successful relationship is is a good match based on both personality and skill set of the dogs so we have a large application list applicant list that sitting and waiting for the dogs which is ever so stressful for us and other ways the demand always far surpasses our ability to meet the need unfortunately but wants the dog has been determined and it's nearing its placement we do what's called pre placement tests so the dogs are and their handler their trainer they undergo a training test skills tests that our facility we take them out and they do a public access test so the dogs are really rated on their performance and once they've met.
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"Possible game with louisville take forward estate high noon on wednesday ten you have to me wanted a boss fascinating resumes have seen in a long time with notre dame because of the injury to he calls that if he was healthy base no doubt in my mind that team as the tournament team but he's missed a good chunk of 10 you've got my alma mata syracuse chess when you thought they are out they bowled pulled me all right back in with a win over comes in louisville notre dame syracuse those three bubble teams who you feel the best about as far as make an advance uh that's a tough one i mean i i think notre dame have to wait a few game i think no didn't have to win the few games together because you know you can say well that they're not same cuba colson was out for so long they have to prove it here in this one they have to prove that day the team they work before she got her uh i louisville to me is shakey i i don't think louisville's getting and i think they're gonna lose on wednesday i'll say they're making the tournament and i think syracuse is going to win their first game and lose their second and then you're gonna be there this uh we from today at about you know six o'clock sweating bullets if they lose to carolina by 15 to 20 points i don't think they deserve to go i got to be honest that was me i hope that they do i hope that i'm wrong but i made syracuse is had chances to win big games down the stretch of this year they have a one enough i think they're going to be on the short ended a stick and i want to ask you it's syracuse poised caruana who i think we can all agree is it top seven puppy team in a country the waited they lose.
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"Point five fm and am seven seventy news radio kkob albuquerque right now we do have a temperature this morning of thirty two degrees in its twenty seven puppy in santa fe right this breaking news just in regarding that the threat made on line two belinda high school which prompted the school to go on a two hour delay of them a berlin police it's be reported now have arrested a suspect in connection with that school threat so we'll have more details on that story is they become available two four three thirty 33 your calls now robert you're on news radio kkob who had robert i'm bob you know i don't know what the current penalty or for making threats at his school shootings gonna happen i don't know what it is now what whatever it is it needs to be at least tripled um this has to be be taken deadly serious no pun intended because young there's a whole lot of people who are grieving terribly you can you can imagine has have parents will that a lot all of us are going through that help um but you know the talk talk is cheap and again usual the democrats it's all demagoguery it's all going to control it's at all and our array banishment and and don't take any during the donations but we're not political of course you know but yesterday's um phil valentine was talking about an op had he wrote that's published telling yesterday that you know a couple of startling statistics in in his research e discovered that in the forty three years prior to nineteen 75 there were four mass shootings resulting in 2009 death that's an average of about one per decade in the forty.
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"If he ngos that i would take my with him they only think any guzman took her to the pottery please okay what did joe make uh i'm in a dunkel guilty optout idea okay on only rescued right i did i did what kind of don't use it on this north part husky oh so beautiful they are like davies have seven puppies than well you adopted apparently dog no it was on the road linking was on the road it was cold it was just so sad so i had to take it like shifted no i said if jobs are more than children if the doc it's in my car than were taken it i can't leave it on the road it was a by you're such a good person i mean i would like i just need to get him vaccinated and find him for ever homes like i'm gonna pray about it and if you're listening on watching our instagram live and you need a puppy you can send your applications to coffee combos podcast gmailcom and we're going to interview you if you feel like because we have to them to good homes that's what i was saying we need to interview them like they have to be fit yes i mean i i don't want them to be back where unicef moore what he had a mom with okay which she like did she run away or why she like left they're having issues a magnet someone left her for i'd really distinct someone dropped off oh my gosh that's so interesting he was just outreach within the rule for like months by cory thousand they relate allow and all heard like no months is asking what lee a uses to curler here whoa like a twoinch barrel currently earn if you live have questions for leah that you want us to ask her feel free to spend them in i was trying to get jeremy on here which will be cool.
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"And cooperation in europe uh recommendation switched them find them found in hugh actual eu regulation uh into the regulation could be attending nation cape and into uh obligations that are international and are nominally nonbinding but under the a at state department of course they always tried to find nonbinding regulations uh or agreements to be binding uh now a huge effort between seven poverty law center google leery socialist and communist party groups who attend with antiques and on the beach demonstration and we also have two parallel uh effort to take the definition of what it called a hate crime uh both in the us under the us senate clinton recently passed and another beyond the admitted in the house and senate want to expand the definition of hate crime conclude heat imprudent uh which would not necessarily at a crime and talk at all and what you described christine and uh there's so many dots here to connect but but you do masterful couple of doing it is essentially a parallel system that is being established that is being uh administered and fed by organizations that simply declare people including folks like us on the haters and bigots and racists and yours robbing a process whereby inexorably the plan it seems is to actually make those criminal activities even something wellshort short of speech or loaded a hate crime talk if he would christine about how this is already manifesting itself now in terms of you mentioned gugel and facebook and twitter and the like opd consuming to european union standards that uh the pretty much track with this uh first amendment crushing approach one of the best examples i think a seven puppy lost than their put great pressure under european law uh could keep the also been of course the focus of the osce and we'll be in september and earlier this year january tampering march in puppy lock and.