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"sharon anderson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:25 min | 2 months ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And mobile devices for patients to connect with health professionals some people in the program will receive an iPhone eight to video chat chief virtual health officer Sharon Anderson says Televisa it's may seem impersonal but the doctors and patients are truly connecting intimacy really does transmit over audio video so I think it's been really exciting to watch providers as well as patients engage this type of technology Christiana care is also expanding access to cope at nineteen testing by opening sites at the Latin American community center and the kings would community center in Wilmington each person there will have their vitals taken on site than a television on an iPad before their coronavirus test Mike Charlie KYW newsradio Emmanuel guided paddling and camping experience along the Delaware River has been scheduled for this year because of covert nineteen Marc Abrams has the story it was to be the twenty six year for the Delaware River sojourn which begins in New York and runs through upstate Pennsylvania and concludes near Philadelphia but Kate Schmidt who organizes the canoe kayak camping trek says the steering committee she works with decided there were too many variables to try to hold the June event so how do we still need it because of that how could we settle people he went I put in an archaic out how could we have people camping basically within the character and great meals will be able to hold on that way she says the committee decided to reschedule the activity for June twenty twenty one it wants to run the same program and it's scheduled for this year Smith says that plan program focus on fish will expose participants to the variety of species of aquatic life that now thrive in different sections of the waterway market rooms K. Y. W. news radio Israel decided to reopen schools partially as coronavirus cases in the country decline first bonded over in Lieberman says it was a gradual opening with strict guidelines of the schools that did reopen the ministry of education says attendance was at about sixty percent so a high number but not all that high indicating that there's still a lot of parents out there who are still very hesitant about sending their kids back to school schools in the Arab an ultra orthodox sector are waiting a little longer to this moment of gratitude is brought to you by rocket mortgage in the rock family of companies we really want to thank my wife's cousin Marie who works so hard as a nurse saving others those who leave their homes to keep us safe in ours thank.

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:15 min | 2 months ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And mobile devices for patients to connect with health professionals some people in the program will receive an iPhone eight to video chat chief virtual health officer Sharon Anderson says Televisa it's may seem impersonal but the doctors and patients are truly connecting intimacy really does transmit over audio video so I think it's been really exciting to watch providers as well as patients engage this type of technology Christiana care is also expanding access to cope it nineteen testing by opening sites at the Latin American community center and the kings would community center in Wilmington each person there will have their vitals taken on site than a television on an iPad before their coronavirus test Mike Charlie KYW newsradio Emmanuel guided paddling and camping experience along the Delaware River has been scheduled for this year because of covert nineteen Marc Abrams has the story it was to be the twenty six year for the Delaware River sojourn which begins in New York and runs through upstate Pennsylvania and concludes near Philadelphia but Kate Schmidt who organizes the canoe kayak camping trek says the steering committee she works with decided there were too many variables to try to hold the June event so how do I like it though you need a professional that that how could the shuttle people to and I put in an archaic out how could we have people camping basically within the character and great meals will be able to hold on that way she says the committee decided reschedule the activity for June twenty twenty one it wants to run the same program and it's scheduled for this year Smith says that plan program focus on fish will expose participants to the variety of species of aquatic life that now thrive in different sections of the waterway market rooms K. Y. W. news radio Israel decided to reopen schools partially as coronavirus cases in the country decline first bonded over in Lieberman says it was a gradual opening with strict guidelines of the schools that did it reopen the ministry of education says attendance was at about sixty percent so a high number but not all that high indicating that there's still a lot of parents out there who are still very hesitant about sending their kids back to school schools in the Arab and ultra orthodox sector are waiting a little longer.

Philadelphia Mike Charlie Christiana Sharon Anderson officer Lieberman Israel Smith Kate Schmidt Pennsylvania New York Marc Abrams Delaware River Wilmington Latin American community cente Televisa
"sharon anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

06:03 min | 10 months ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Diamonds that cost a whole lot of. yeah you're down in Joe thanks for joining us were filling in for Dave Lee Wiley cleans out his friends man cave what a guy you put it what a guy could take next week often come clean my garage you know what would that be nice to do that he could totally is the kind of guy so interesting study that I read about others are talking about big diamonds and how much it costs and Sharon Anderson's wedding again Mazel Tov to Sharon and her new husband hobby a new survey says that people who spend less than a thousand dollars on their wedding are almost twice as likely to get divorced no you really be frugal to spend less than a thousand Bucks on the way all for sure because you know like a groom's dinner or the brunch could cost that much for the whole family right you're cutting all of that out what you I mean you're basically going to the justice of the peace yeah yeah if you if you you talking all in you're talking rings you're talking licenses you're talking everything else to stay under a thousand dollars I mean you're not you're you're going downtown to the courthouse you're buying the cheapest ring you can buy that's why you're getting married and then you're going home when you're watching Netflix that's right that's it how long you been married it'll be twenty two years next Thursday wonderful happy anniversary glad you're calling up the story to remind me that it'll twenty two here is next Thursday note to self make a little note on that I phone actually exactly no no plans I guess for next Thursday I don't think so your mind is a listing of the world will know where the plans are going now in my head as you're starting to think about it a little bit here you know it doesn't surprise me about this study though no V. money surveyed a thousand people have been married in the last ten years about how much are they spent on it and they said less than a thousand dollars forty percent of those people are most likely to be divorced and or more than that for now I'm not surprised because. you do anything important you make an investment in it you make an investment of time of energy with planning and yes money a wedding isn't necessarily just but just between two people it's two families coming together it's friends it's community it's two people joining their lives so I'm not saying it to spend a ton of money but you have to spend a little you think about these rituals that we have in our society weddings funerals all the different as ceremony to go through right and what are they all about you said what it's all about right it's about not just the the the act not just for the the the ceremony it's about bringing families together it's about celebrating it's about showing people how much you care for each other and why it's so important and I can get out of hand right we've all we've all been to weddings that were completely out of I mean I've seen weddings that they if they got out of there for less than a hundred grand they were lucky it's insane it's insane so there's a balance read a fine line you try to strike but absolutely if you're walking into this going you know what we're gonna do this for under a thousand dollars either your two of the most madly in love people I've ever met or you're doomed to failure and even if you will open the gas Michael whatever here just to get to where you're going to tell rooms so keep that in mind I'm you know the study says you don't need to go for broke the majority of couples were fairly reasonable sixty percent said they spend under ten thousand dollars that's reasonable I guarantee you can have a very lovely wedding Fassel hours and dollars all your friends can be there even that crazy step mom do you know where that is that crazy uncle that's going to talk about politics you're gonna blow it off and have more champagne but forty four percent said they spent less than five thousand dollars on their wedding okay and keep in mind second marriages usually less than than first marriage yeah and the average cost of a wedding you have a daughter Joe so you know she's a lady I don't even want to think about the same thing yeah do you know the average cost of a wedding you want to go fire away thirty three thousand nine hundred thirty one dollars that's according to the knot and can I get through college first I mean right college and that thirty three for. and I was like and I don't know that it's solely on the mom and dad of the bride anymore I think it's shared I think it's communal I think the kids pay a lot for it too I think all of the above are great ideas they say spending too much can lead to marital strife by the way eighty two percent of those who went into wedding decked said they found were paying it to be very very stressful and then seventy nine percent of those who found it a conflict you know going into game ended up in divorce what do you think the most important piece of the puzzle is when it comes to wedding spending is at the venue is that the food is it the beverages at the photographer the flowers the cake what a lame all most of your what do they what do think is if you're going to plan a wedding today what would you are you are if you were twenty two year old Jordyn and you're going to plan a wedding what would be most important to you. I like I like a nice venue where you can have enough people that can everybody can be together as a little dancing involved food is not important to me so that's completely through the buffet line yeah totally secondary to me that's not a thing for me so I just would want a space where people can be together like I think these big barn weddings are fine everybody's together they have those on all right absolutely so I I don't have a problem with I don't what about you you know to me I think you're right I just think about the venue we had ours at reception at the nickel at island pavilion right across the river from downtown Minneapolis could have picked a better space it was perfect it was everything you said it was open it was casual it rained knoll it was great it was it was an eighty degree October third so I was when it was hot it was windows were open doors were open and that to me was the thing that made the whole occasion and and I guess that's where the you know you can really spend a lot of money if you like we managed it ourselves we we rented this facility we manage the food the beverage everything else if you go to a hotel. you're gonna pay a premium because they're gonna manage everything for your show I mean I think it's in this day and age managing it is important but spending under a thousand dollars you're doomed if you do that for sure okay there you go I advice right you're planning one if you're making wanted to check because I get up yeah no more than a thousand dollars little more commitment it's also six fifty seven when we get back weather forecast will line up your week next. an advance fine in pain clinic to Minnesota.

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As you do the candidates for the democratic nomination went after each other on transportation education and. Job readiness, and, like. A concert there's lots of merchandise available. Outside the public viewing for Aretha Franklin as fans come by to pay their are ESPN CT it's Thursday August thirtieth and this is. Morning edition on WNYC Live from NPR news? In, Washington. I'm korva Coleman President Trump will, be back on? The, road this evening for a campaign stop. In Evansville Indiana from member, station w. n. I n. Steve Berger reports on Wednesday they were still tickets available for the. Trump rally at the, eleven thousand seat Ford center Sharon Anderson drove in. From eastern Tennessee yes sir this is my fifth Trump rally why five, rallies well Donald Trump is just the essential showman and once he starts talking he holds your attention not to mention. All of his compliments that he will report to you the Trump campaign says the president will speak about trade immigration and called, he's also supporting Republican Senate candidate Mike. Bron who's hoping to unseat democrat Joe Donnelly in November as many as several thousand opponents of the president's policies are expected. To protest, for, NPR. News I'm Steve burger in Evansville memorial Service will be held today in Phoenix. For late Arizona Senator John McCain. Mourners are expected. To line the route between the Arizona capitol where McCain's body lay in state Wednesday to the church where today's service is scheduled former vice president Joe Biden will. Offer remarks a white former Texas police officer convicted of murdering an unarmed black teenager has. Been sentenced to fifteen years in prison? From, member. Station KERA in Dallas Stephanie Quogue, reports it's a? Rare, outcome for a deadly police shooting ROY. Oliver who's white shot and, killed fifteen year old Jordan Edwards as he was leaving a party last year in the Dallas. Suburb of ball springs, over the course of two days Giles county jurors. Listened to witness testimony from both sides members of the Edwards family told, reporters they respect Jerry's decision to a fifteen year sentence but we're hoping for longer attorney Daryl Washington says Dallas will. Be an example is Casey greedy Does your use cases about individuals This opportunity and hopefully the conversation has just started, in, addition, to the prison term ROY Oliver we'll have to. Pay ten thousand dollars in fines he. Faced up to life in prison his attorneys have filed. Notice for appeal for NPR. News I'm Stephanie quo in Dallas the democratic candidate in Florida's gubernatorial race is responding to remarks by his Republican opponent that have been construed as racist GOP candidate Ron to Santa's who is white urged Floridians quote not to monkey this, up by voting for Andrew gillum who is black Gillim says he won't allow his. Opponents remarks interfere with his campaign the scientists can hang, out all day in that corner they can. Play and gutter politics all day As for me we're gonna take the northstar won't get out there and convince voters to get out there and vote for something and not just allow politics of, division and derision to divide us both candidates only won their nominations Tuesday Gillam is. Currently mayor of Tallahassee to Santa's endorsed by President Trump, is a member of congress this is NPR This is WNYC in New York good morning I'm Richard Hake six zero four eighty one degrees fair skies. Right now heat advisory remains in. Effect today we do have a twenty percent chance of showers and. Thunderstorms we should see some relief. Later on tonight Just weeks away from the primary elections New. York governor, Cuomo's squared off against actor and liberal activists Cynthia Nixon last night in. Their first and only scheduled debate. The two. Gubernatorial candidates clashed over a number of policy issues. In Nixon have especially, sharp words for Cuomo's handling. Of New York City's aging subway system hundreds of millions of dollars. From the MTA budget for.

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Throw cleared candidates trade deal with the EU I'm David and I'm, Rachel Martin a new report in the Washington Post says American citizens with the papers to prove it are being denied, passports along the US Mexico border why the department of Justice is cracking down. On a proposal by some. Cities to, create safe injection, sites, for opioids and fans. Have a. Wreath of Franklin gathered today in Detroit. For public visitation that. Promises to be anything but somber it is Thursday, August thirtieth birthday of actress Cameron Diaz she turns forty six years. Old today the newscast is next Live from. NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman President Trump will be back on, the road this evening for a campaign stop in Evansville Indiana from member station w. m. i. n. Steve Berger reports. On Wednesday they were still. Tickets available for the Trump rally at eleven thousand. Seat Ford center Sharon Anderson drove in from eastern Tennessee yes sir this is my fifth. Trump rally why five rallies well. Donald Trump is just the essential showman and, once he starts talking he holds your attention not to mention all of his compliments that he, will report to you the Trump campaign says the president will speak about trade immigration and call he's also supporting Republican Senate candidate Mike Bron who's hoping to unseat democrat Joe Donnelly in November as. Many as several thousand opponents. Of the, president's policies are, expected, to protest for NPR. News I'm. Steve burger in Evansville memorial service will. Be held today in Phoenix for late Arizona Senator John McCain mourners are expected to line. The route between. The Arizona capitol where McCain's body lay in state Wednesday to the church where today's service is scheduled former vice president Joe Biden will offer remarks a white former. Texas police officer convicted of murdering an unarmed black teenager has been sentenced to fifteen. Years in prison for member station KERA? In, Dallas. Stephanie Quogue reports it's a rare, outcome for a? Deadly, police shooting ROY Oliver who's white shot. And killed fifteen year old, Jordan Edwards as he was leaving a party last year in the Dallas suburb of bolts springs. Over the course of, two days Dallas county jurors listened to witness testimony. From both sides members of the Edwards family told reporters respect the jury's, decision to a fifteen year sentence but we're hoping for longer attorney Daryl Washington says Dallas will be an example is. Cases greater this case cases. About to rice individuals like an area This opportunity and hopefully, the conversation is just started. In addition to the prison term ROY Oliver will have to pay ten thousand dollars in. Fines he faced. Up to life in prison his attorneys have filed, notice, for, appeal for NPR news I'm Stephanie quo in Dallas the democratic candidate in Florida's gubernatorial race is responding to remarks by his Republican opponent that have been construed as racist GOP, candidate Ron to Santa's who is white urged Floridians quote not to monkey this up by voting, for Andrew gillum who is black Gillam says he, won't allow his opponents remarks interfere. With, his campaign, to scientists can hang out all day in that corner they can play and gutter politics all day As for me we're gonna take the northstar we'll get out there and convince voters to good out there and vote for something and not just allow politics, of division and derision to divide us both candidates only wonder nominations Tuesday Gillam is currently mayor of Tallahassee to Santa's endorsed by President Trump, is a member of congress this is NPR Canadian officials remain engaged in trade talks with. The US after the Trump administration reached an understanding with Mexico on. A potential new trade, deal to replace NAFTA Canada's foreign minister and top trade negotiator has been in Washington she says talks with US officials have been productive the Environmental Protection Agency is reconsidering. A rule that limits mercury and other toxic air. Emissions from coal fired power plants the agency had said the rule would. Prevent thousands of premature deaths NPR's Jeff Brady says the Trump administration is trying to help the coal industry the mercury and air toxics standards or mats where put in place during the Obama, administration in two thousand fifteen. The supreme court rejected the EPA's cost benefit analysis the agency later updated its findings and found the rule was still warranted the Trump.

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Win last. Night The woman talking about this other stuff in the. Next few days but tonight is about the victory tonight is about Minnesota's coming out, it's bud is amazing dunk people of of, of all backgrounds coming out knocking doors and making calls it. Just really putting up amazing numbers all summer long Ellison will now face off against conservative Republican Doug wardlow he won. Forty seven percent of his vote defeating Sharon Anderson and Bob Lessard the nation's first Somali American state legislator Representative Ilhan Omar is poised to set the same historic Mark, in congress after winning a, crowded, democratic primary Omar capturing. The democratic nod to replace Ellison and, the heavily liberal Minneapolis area fifth congressional. District Omar grew up in a Kenyan refugee camp immigrated. The US at the age of twelve before winning her state house seat. Back in two thousand sixteen she'll face off. Against Republican Jennifer Zielinski. In the fall, some other news now a scuba. Diver northeast of the twin cities has died. The Washington county sheriff's office says, a fifty one year old man was struggling in the water on. Square lake after seven thirty last night life saving measures were not. Successful he was pronounced dead, at the scene the man has not been, identified the sheriff's office is investigating and a newborn his dad is father behind bars On what could turn out to. Be murder charges Dakota County attorney. James Backstrom says thirty two year old Michael Herkel of, apple valley. Was originally charged, with first degree assault but now that the child has died. He'll prosecute the case to the fullest extent of the law he says these types of crimes are difficult on everyone involved I don't, think there's anything worse than injuries that are inflicted upon helpless newborn infants I mean this. Is just heartbreaking to have a story or hear about a story like this so these are hard cases to deal with for everyone involved in the investigation according to, the criminal complaint Herkel and, the, baby's mother had been. In an argument that day and she. Had left the child in Herkules care. He texted her repeatedly that the child would not stop. Crying in originally told investigators the boy fell onto a coffee table Hercules..

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Donald Trump I have always, supported Donald Trump it doesn't mean hours agree with them doesn't mean we have the same style, we don't be I'm very I'm. A Norwegian Lutheran northern Minnesota. Donald Trump So we're going to differ sometimes but I think he's trying to take the country. In the right direction and I will continue to believe that going forward voter turnout across the state was the highest since one thousand nine hundred ninety four at around twenty one and a half percent primary elections typically draw between ten and fifteen percent of voters to. The polls in recent cycles Sloan Martin WCTC oh history also made in Minneapolis when it comes to just the sheer. Numbers of voters the secretary of state's office says early estimate show. That over ninety three thousand visited, the polling places that's the highest primary turnout in. Minnesota in Minneapolis since one thousand nine hundred seventy when eighty eight thousand turned out eighty four percent of those turn, up the, polls about fifteen thousand. Residents cast absentee ballots and. The forty, six eight period leading up to yesterday's election congressman Keith Ellison. Held off, other DFL. Challengers and recent accusations of domestic. Abuse to win his race for state attorney general garnering fifty percent of the. Vote in a. Five way, race the DFL, endorsed, candidate by, comparison Matt Pelican got just eleven percent Alison will now face off against conservative Republican Doug word low one forty seven percent. Of his vote defeating Sharon Anderson and Bob Lessard Somali Americans state Representative Ilhan Omar made history by winning a democratic. Congressional primary and reliably blue fifth congressional district here in Minneapolis the. Seat currently held.

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Allegations that he denied. We got, a lot of information like people really can't afford, the medicine, they need they need they're they're afraid about losing their healthcare As far as are concerned about being, rolled over by the big interest in the world and so we have so many things, that we. Have to do we're not going to avoid that, critical issue but tonight is not. With that issue is all about by comparison the DFL doors candidate Matt pelican got just eleven percent of the vote now Ellison is going to face off against conservative Republican Doug wardlow he won forty seven percent. Of the vote defeating Sharon Anderson and Bob Lazard you heard about the turnout across the state here in Minneapolis another, record, breaker when it comes to just the sheer number of voters secretary of state's office says early estimates show over. Ninety three thousand voters visited their polling places yesterday that's the highest primary turnout in Minneapolis since. Nineteen seventy, when eight eight thousand voted eighty four percent of voters turned up at the polls. About fifteen thousand residents cast absentee ballots in the Forty-six day period leading, up to the yesterday's. Election, Somali Americans day Representative Ilhan Omar Making history by winning a democratic congressional primary and the reliably blue fifth congressional district that's Keith Ellison sold district we believe We can Wrong We believe.

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The great state of Minnesota and joining, us now is political analyst and all around good. Guy Lloyd Olsen and voice welcome back to the. Show, it's, it's. Been, awhile since we've had you. On well thanks Sal yeah it's good to be back despite Keith Ellison has problems with accusations, made by Was it his former girlfriend yeah He apparently is taken the? The, DFL primary. For attorney general yes. He has he won very handily it was a five-way rates and he won with just over fifty. Percent of the vote so far there's ninety three percent. Of reporting precincts across the state. So very strong going for Ellison did I get a lot. Of mental me a. Lot organization he raised more money Bernie Sanders came in and he will face off against Doug wardlow. Won the Republican primary with forty six percent of the vote notable on the Republican side is that Sharon Anderson got thirty two percent of the vote and former state Senator Bob Lazar at. Twenty one percent of the vote. Neither of them are actually lawyers so kind of some gamesmanship on. The ballot, and the Republicans there but? Yeah That will. Be the open sea for attorney general and they will face off. In November Jim Valenti former. Governor of Minnesota has conceded to Jeff Johnson in, the NFL primary for the governor's mansion Yes this is one, of the big surprise this is probably the biggest, surprise of the night former governor Kim plenty outrage Johnson probably three or four, to one outspent Jeff Johnson and he loses fifty two to forty three just to put it in perspective Jeff Johnson. Won the, vast majority, of the county's probably seventy seventy five of the eighty seven counties in the state even one Tied came close to tying plenty of simplicity, phone count The biggest the biggest, inside here though is that about one hundred ninety five two hundred ninety five thousand votes in, that race in the previous Republican primary four years ago. They only had one hundred and fifty thousand total votes and so they're nearly going to double their turn out four years ago in that Republican primary which goes to show how the energy that was in, that rate, and many people including. Myself thought the higher the turnout the better for plenty but that was not the case tonight How do you explain, this I, is it perhaps because. He he jumped into the presidential fray I think there's a. Number of factors Jeff Johnson and the Republican party. Endorsement that chartered the support of the activists, the activists are the ones. Who do the work plenty got into this rate, late and frankly he played? It very safe you didn't do very many debates or forum Iran Y- tact Johnson for, not being conservative enough and. Most Republicans knew that the attack was, just kind of a false attacks and then I just think that when it. Comes to often Pissy they kind of maybe plenty. Had lost some of his since you know, sixteen years ago when he. First ran for governor but it is a surprise Biolo- count that he would have said he would have lost, so solidly in this race Doug, wardlow is. The projected winner you've mentioned for attorney general any surprises with that one no no surprises I think There was some. Sense that former state Senator Bob. Lazard would have a better organized campaign but it just? Didn't, prove to. Be true Jim, hang adorn was victorious tonight over Carla Nelson Yes congressional. District very solidly with sixty percent of the vote. He almost doubled up Nelson's votes the story down there is the same story that's reflected. In those gubernatorial primary hanging on had the. Endorsement he was viewed as a more conservative candidate the NRA came in late for. Carlen Elson and she is from the Rochester area and so people thought that she would pull a lot, of, votes out, of that area more moderate Republicans Johnson also won the Rochester area and so the idea that Was gonna do that. Wasn't going to be the case and put it in perspective that's another place where turnout was nearly double what it was. Two years ago when hanging on also won, the primary there he was. Not the endorsed candidates that time. But he was this time Dan Fiene for Jackson winner over, our Colin, Meinhard yeah there many people thought would be there but that's I race between CNN hang on will be a top ten, or top, fifteen race in the country for the US house that's the seat the Tim Walser's vacating to run for governor and, it goes to, you know show that that seat may be. The one of the bellwethers for the country because if Democrats take back that seat cold. That seat it would go to show that Republicans aren't doing as well in parts of rural parts of the country in. Memphis where the terrorists especially on pork and, soybeans are hurting farmers immensely Now. Let's jump back into the governor's race the DFL primary, Tim wall says he's been declared the winner I believe he has the one with forty one percent of the vote of those votes. In, Aaron, Murphy came in second with thirty, two percents Lori Swanson came in. Third with twenty three percents it looks like even though that was bitter primary and divisive that it. Will they will. Unify Thursday together came under a lot of, heat in the last, week of, the campaign and frankly the new energy within the Democratic Party listening young voters especially in the fifth district this time I, think they've, walls and Murphy just that many more votes and when we talk about turnout on the Republican side but you're not, on the democratic, side will be north of half a million votes No So that's gonna be up probably eighty thousand to one hundred thousand from the previous contested primary on the democratic. Such were you surprised that walls, one I won this. Primary, no I. Wasn't he clearly had the momentum in the last couple of weeks when daily and I were at farm last. Week He definitely had. Kind of, the more connection with the. Crowd many people thought that he just kind of started flow and that Murphy had a lot of them with the. Party endorsed thing coming out of the convention and then Lori Swanson traditional basis in greater Minnesota so people thought that. She would cut into walls but, again he ran an. Organized, campaign the. One thing you can take between walls and Johnson and Aaron Murphy tonight and the the losing campaigns of Laurie Of those campaigns that ran grassroots effort those campaigns that had volunteers door knocking doing parade etc where the winners tonight Let's look, at the eighth congressional, district in, the the DFL race former. State Representative Joe a. rod Donovan which is the twins a, five way primary their forty three percent of the vote he'll face off against. Pete's daughter who won his primary tonight but it, wasn't. Much of a fight As, former state Representative each, from the Brainard area, keep stopper, is a police officer in. The Duluth area so you have the different parts of the, district Wang's there of course will be It's a race that is being number one rates in the country for. Both Democrats and Republicans Republicans viewed as their number one. Chance to pick up seats and that's of course the being vacated by, Rick Nolan We've got Omar winning the DFL primary Win for Ilhan Omar tonight she wins that fifth district primary with forty eight percent of the vote against. Margaret Anderson Kelleher and Patricia Torres Ray this is another example where. The grass roots kind of Bernie Sanders parts of the. DFL are strongest in that fifth district so Keith Ellison represented that. District Yulon Omar got the DFL endorsement She had strong support from other elected officials say. Ran very grassroots campaigns at the margin that she won by tonight I think says a lot about the energy and I think it'll get a lot of national attention and it'll be compared to the woman who beat being coming in New York cortege because this. Is that kind of race where young voters, of, color showed up and propelled snow on Omar to a big win We are going, to take a break and of course we, can hear the morning take tomorrow morning with you and Dave Lee what time will that be I'll be honest six twenty tomorrow with Dave Lee and then at nine thirty with John hi Mark you have a shorter turnaround than this Wednesday with their game tomorrow afternoon It always is I'm these election-night supreme We'll have. More with voice Olsen momentarily on eight. Three o. w.. C..

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on WEEI

"The community focused program i am your host i'm the president and chief executive officer of the urban league of eastern massachusetts aka known as dr d i received two hundred hundred doctorate degrees in the last month and all of a sudden i got a chance to call myself dr d i kind of like he's got a nice ring to it the question is is that when we come together each week what we try to do is to bring you what i call illuminaries personalities within our community and across the country there really will give us an insight to what's really happening at the greet tale as we say not at the wholesale level but at the retail level up front and personal this morning is no different i have three personalities luminaries looking either here in the studio i'm going to say good morning to you as we say good morning listening audience good morning and so what we have is to my left as we have mr tony wilson aka young james brown from flew in this morning from chicago and he i'm so grateful tony that you're able to join us absolutely pleasure to be here where we have monica cannon she is no shrinking violet anybody dealing with these issues here in boston she's been very very busy i call her the energizer bunny so to speak because she's like but that data is sometimes gives war downing she's got enough good sense how to pull away to recharge reverend donald is good good brother that's on the streets dealing with the issues that are compacting roxbury dorchester revenue good morning good morning and so what we're gonna do is we're going to set the stage about what we're gonna talk about this morning two ways one to dr martin luther king junior was assassinated come back on april fourth nineteen sixty eight that was entertainer who came to our city they really say boston that person really personify kevin white was the mayor there were overrides in one hundred cities across the united states boston was no different we were a tinderbox getting ready to go up somehow another this young person who was dubbed the young james brown by the godfather himself so it's not some self appointed title found himself on the national scene he's been recognized all over i've seen him perform and he's got energy and he got the splits the whole nine yards he can he can do it all but we thought that it would be important that we bring not only tony here to aka young james brown because as we transition to the homicides in boston and the recent violence we can use the history and what did we learn from james brown and his music through tony can why but tony tell people a little bit about who you are well i'm the front man for the jane bombay started i was born and raised sukagaw started off working as a decoy for michael jackson for three years and so after eighty seven james brown jaylen ninety one so the second time the second time the pay per view big so from there i went into you know keeping his band members working and stuff so we did that along with buzi collins deal with right now okay so you you go west side of the south side both on west side and south side so i'm neutral okay so that's why you know there's a lot of challenges that are going in and our beloved chicago as well in terms of homicides in violence as well then so so what really precipitated you to get into this line of work of as a stand in for michael that is no small order for the king of pop junior stand an and i'm from gary so i bit about michael exit jackson five so jackson you guys do tributes to joe jackson of course yeah we we actually do them the last birthday three birthday parties eighty head and tinley park okay so odiaun city sharon anderson mansion actually we just recently had r kelly there last week and so so you're gonna be engaged in industry as i'm always locked in to that and of course everything happened to community too i wrote a song is the video you to fight the power and fight the power and probably a dress some of the issues that are going on so james brown say the city of boston while the rest of the.

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Far were married and they would often fill in co host when steve edelman and sharon anderson co host the show married when they would go on vacation i had totally forgotten that haman roseanne filled in all i mean i guess i wouldn't say all the time but quite a bit it was not live in missouri or something i don't know lived in iowa for a period of time i do remember that they would come in and cause so tom arnold has been in since then to visit on twin cities live in interviewed him and it's very interesting for him to come back into the studio because it reminds him of that time and he and roseanne do not have a good relationship they have a good relationship with i'm pretty much thinking anyone it doesn't seem like arnold wrote for roseanne beginning in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight they got married in nineteen ninety and then they divorced four years later and he was fired from the show the same year and he said that he could see her twitter twitter eruption coming from a mile away you know this is fair because i think that that there is something in a lot of people there is an element of selfdestruction right i mean there are a lot of people who are afraid of success who you see them doing really well and then you see them self sabotage i mean this is not just limited to roseanne i mean no but i will say i think social media makes it far easier for people to self destruct how true he said i had a feeling this was going to happen when i first heard it was coming back the reboot that is what tom arnold said and he said when i read her social media in the very beginning i saw how she was so into the conspiracy stuff with donald trump and house and saw how far gone she was how crazy that was i just knew that this would not end.

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on Felonious Florida

Felonious Florida

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on Felonious Florida

"Slash Florida or Tex Florida to five hundred dash five hundred to get started today. The twists and turns of the investigation of the Casey's Nickelodeon murders and the attempts to prosecute Pablo Eibar, and Seth Panova or gizine the case files are massive. Pablo Eibar has insisted since his arrest in nine hundred ninety four that he didn't kill anybody is conviction was overturned on appeal in two thousand sixteen, but not before he spent sixteen years on death row for the triple murder. This spring, he'll face yet. Another jury that will decide his speed is wife. Tania has never wavered in her support. I'm happy because we're here, but there is that fear there because no matter what those people have to make that decision. I just hope whoever those twelve people are. Are able to see the truth. But again, it's twelve people that our lives laying their hands once again. And again, it will probably be the last time Seth panel or spent eighteen years in prison, including six on death row. But after a third trial in two thousand twelve, a Florida jury acquitted him and said him free. There has been no Justice for the families of which Casey Sharon Anderson and Marie Rogers for marines mother, Margaret Edwards, the years of her life. This case is consumed, seem surreal. Sometimes I think this is I'm the. Yet. Like you go to something and things up and then you say this phone, you. So why was this such a difficult case? Let's go back to nineteen ninety four. The deputy in Palm Beach county has just encountered the burning Mercedes convertible on a remote road in the Everglades after the fire is out, investigators move in. They discover the car belongs to which Casey, the well-known south Florida bar owner. Police in Miramar seventy miles south head to Butch house on each shore road an officer knocks on the front door. But nobody answers. He writes, note on the back of his business card, sticks it in the door and leaves. Around the same time. Phone rings in Birmingham, Alabama where Sharon Anderson sister, Debra who lives it's her mother calling from Miami. Sharon hadn't come home Saturday night. She tells Debra, she hasn't returned pages either Deborah's panicked. It was out of character for Sharon disappear without getting in touch with anybody. There would be times where she didn't come home. She's a a friend's house. So she she had a really good friend who lives in Broward. And so you know she, she would always call and say, hey, I'm saying Valerie's and saying, you know, someone's house and I'll be back in a couple of days. So it wasn't like we didn't know what she was. So when my mom called me on that weekend, like immediately, I remember feeling angry because I was, you know, two weeks away from timing the baby. And that's just not the problem I wanted to get. I was angry because my mom said, hey, Sharon, did not come home and we're supposed to go to the movies today to see the line. My sister would never do that. Never. So the minute she says that like in my in my spirit under something was wrong, but I mean, who could ever guess? So I started Beijing are nine one one, nine one one. Not no answer. So I went on for this was that this point? My mom called me really early on Sunday, my Sunday afternoon. I was almost in full-scale tenant. My then husband. We all we all knew something wasn't right and no one really say anything it was sort of, well, this is and you know, see if we can track her rest up since mom had used who she was. She was with Marie? Did you call them as mothers finally, somewhere around dinnertime, mom said, well, the cars in my name. Do you think she would be a set of report of the cost? And I said, at this point, I don't care if she's mad. I mean, that's something's wrong. Back in Florida. Margaret Edwards paces around her Pembroke park home. She had last seen her daughter Marie Rogers Saturday night when Sharon had come to pick her up when she realizes Marie hadn't come home. Margaret is struck with a sense of gerrad Marie lives there with her two and a half year old daughter and would never stay away for that long without calling as the hours tick by earnings -iety gets worse at ocean was brought up. His was even Takhar. In not evening trying to four hours because he's going to happen because she would be home, and that is the thing started to when you bring up your child, a certain we you when something new out of the ordinary, you know something on your feet. And I said something different the wrong because should not come home. And when I was calling the phone just keep running. So when when when accord the court and this unknown, you know, she's the current five. I mean, you know, she, I said, no, he's going to come home came and said, okay, I'm going to check around certain comeback. Know nobody called back. Nobody came. Report. Her daughter missing. She gives a photo of marina deputy Christopher Schwab from the Broward County sheriff's office. She also gives him the license plate number of Sharon's car. She also mentions Casey's Nickelodeon.

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"Murder cases cash delano register who served thirty four years for the wrongful murder conviction of an elderly west l a man will receive sixteen white seven million dollars superior court judge katherine mater throughout his conviction after a team of lawyers and law students from the loyal a law school los angeles project for the innocent successfully argued that register now fifty three years of age was wrongfully convicted of murder in 1979 the release came just one day after judge mater found at the conclusion of the hearing that registers due process rights were violated by the prosecution's failure to disclose exculpatory evidence and its use of false testimony at trial we will explain the term exculpatory castellano register who is african american was convicted by an allwhite jury in the robbery homicide of an elderly white man in the pico robertson neighborhood of los angeles he was eighteen years old at the time of his arrest he was sentenced to twenty seven years to life in prison register was convicted mainly on alleged eyewitness testimony none of the seven fingerprints found on the victim's car matched registers and the police never recovered the murder weapon registers girlfriend said that he was with her at the time of the shooting but prosecutors relied on the testimony of brenda anderson who identified register as the gunman two of andersen sisters however said that they're sibling lied about seeing register running away from the crime scene sheila vander cam said that she and sharon anderson tried to tell police in 1979 that their sister lied but a detective placed his finger over his mouth indicating they should keep silent today our guest is the leader of loyal the law schools project for the innocent professor laurie levenson she joined the loyal a faculty in 1989 and served as loyola's associate dean for academic affairs from ninety six.

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"Separate murder cases cash delano register who served thirty four years for the wrongful murder conviction of an elderly west l a man will receive sixteen point seven million dollars superior court judge katherine mater throughout his conviction after a team of lawyers and law students from the loyal a law school los angeles project for the innocent successfully argued that register now fifty three years of age was wrongfully convicted of murder in 1979 the release came just one day after judge mater found at the conclusion of a hearing that registers due process rights were violated by the prosecution's failure to disclose exculpatory evidence and its use of false testimony at trial we will explain the term exculpatory castellano register who is african american was convicted by an allwhite jury in the robbery homicide of an elderly white man in the pico robertson neighborhood of los angeles he was eighteen years old at the time of his arrest he was sentenced to twenty seven years to life in prison register was convicted mainly on alleged eyewitness testimony none of the seven fingerprints found on the victim's car matched registers and the police never recovered the murder weapon registers girlfriend said that he was with her at the time of the shooting but prosecutors relied on the testimony of brenda anderson who identified register as the gunman two of andersen sisters however said that they're sibling lied about seeing register running away from the crime scene sheila vander cam said that she and sharon anderson tried to tell police in 1979 that their sister lied but a detective placed his finger over his mouth indicating they should keep silent today our guest is the leader of loyal a law schools project for the innocent professor laurie levenson she joined the loyal a faculty in 1989 and served as loyal as associate dean for academic affairs from ninety six.

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"Years for the wrongful murder conviction of an elderly west la man will receive sixteen point seven million dollars superior court judge katherine mater throughout his conviction after a team of lawyers and law students from the loya law school los angeles project for the innocent successfully argued that register now fifty three years of age was wrongfully convicted of murder in 1979 the release came just one day after judge mater found at the conclusion of the hearing that registers due process rights were violated by by the prosecution's failure to disclose exculpatory evidence and its use of false testimony at trial we will explain the term exculpatory cash delano register who is african american was convicted by an allwhite jury in the robbery homicide of an elderly white man in the pico robertson neighborhood of los angeles he was eighteen years old at the time of his arrest he was sentenced to twenty seven years to life in prison register was convicted mainly on alleged eyewitness testimony none of the seven fingerprints found on the victim's car matched registers and the police never recovered the murder weapon registers girlfriend said that he was with her at the time of the shooting but process securities relied on the testimony of brenda anderson who identified register as the gunman two of andersen's sisters however said that they're sibling lied about seeing register running away from the crime scene sheila vander cam said that she and sharon anderson tried to tell police in 1979 that their sister lied but a detective placed his finger over his mouth indicating they should keep silent today our guest is the leader of loyal the law schools project for the innocent professor laurie levenson she joined the loyal a faculty in 1989 and served as loyola's associate dean for.

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"Years for the wrongful murder conviction of an elderly west la man will receive sixteen point seven million dollars superior court judge katherine mater throughout his conviction after a team of lawyers and law students from the loyal law school los angeles project for the innocent successfully argued that register now fifty three years of age was wrongfully convicted of murder in 1979 the release came just one day after judge mater found at the conclusion of a hearing that registers due process rights were violated by the prosecution's failure to disclose exculpatory evidence and its use of false testimony at trial we will explain the term exculpatory cash delano register who is african american was convicted by an allwhite jury in the robbery homicide of an elderly white man in the pico robertson neighborhood of los angeles he was eighteen years old at the time of his arrest he was sentenced to twenty seven years to life in prison register was convicted mainly on alleged eyewitness testimony and none of the seven fingerprints found on the victim's car matched registers and the police and never recovered the murder weapon registers girlfriend said that he was with her at the time of the shooting but prosecutors relied on the testimony of brenda anderson who identified register as the gunman two of andersen sisters however said that they're sibling lied about seeing register running away from the crime scene sheila vander cam said that she and sharon anderson tried to tell police in 1979 that their sister lied but a detective placed his finger over his mouth indicating they should keep silent today our guest is the leader of loyal the law schools project for the innocent professor laurie levenson she joined the loyal a faculty in 1989 and served as loyal as associate dean for academic affairs from ninety six.

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"sharon anderson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"sharon anderson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"Years for the wrongful murder conviction of an elderly west la man will receive sixteen white seven million dollars superior court judge katherine mater throughout his conviction after a team of lawyers and law students from the loyal a law school los angeles project for the innocent successfully argued that register now fifty three years of age was wrongfully convicted of murder in 1979 the release came just one day after judge mater found at the conclusion of a hearing that registers due process rights were violated by the prosecution's failure to disclose exculpatory evidence and its use of false testimony at trial we will explain the term exculpatory cash delano register who is african american was convicted by an allwhite jury in the robbery homicide of an elderly white man in the pico robertson neighborhood of los angeles he was eighteen years old at the time of his arrest he was sentenced to twenty seven years to life in prison register was convicted mainly on alleged eyewitness testimony none of the seven fingerprints found on the victim's car matched registers and the police in never recovered the murder weapon registers girlfriend said that he was with her at the time of the shooting but prosecutors relied on the testimony of brenda anderson who identified register as the gunman two of andersen's sisters however said that they're sibling lied about seeing register running away from the crime scene sheila vander cam said that she and sharon anderson tried to tell police in 1979 that their sister lied but a detective placed his finger over his mouth indicating they should keep silent today our guest is the leader of loyal the law schools project for the innocent professor laurie levenson she joined the loyal a faculty in 1989 and served as loyal as associate dean for academic affairs from ninety six.

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