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"spring mobile" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Company history for the fifty two week ended February two games stopper for it net. Sales down three percent to eight point two nine billion. While the previous year's net profit of thirty four point seven million had turned into a record six hundred seventy three million net loss game. Stop noted that it's fun fiscal twenty seventeen results in a fifty three week period. So the numbers may not look ask favorable in light of that extra week of sales. However, the fiscal twenty numbers also include the company's seven hundred million dollar CEO of its sprint mobile chain of AT and T retailer spinning model. Thank you very much after the sale of spring mobile game. Stop said, it was dropping part of its push to diversify its business and focus instead on gaming collectibles. And while the company's collectibles did grow during the last year up eleven percent to seven hundred and seven point five million dollars. Its core gaming businesses declined. New hardware sales were down. Just over one percent to one point seven seven billion. New software was down five percent to two point four five billion and pre-owned in value products dropped more than thirteen percent to one point eight seven billion. That's the big one I highlighted it. And that continued a years long slide and the company's preowned revenues which last showed year-over-year gains and fiscal twenty fourteen the net loss is unusual. Not just in severity. But then it occurred at all since game stop adopted the name in two thousand it was previously Funke land rest in peace. It is only posted to full year losses game. Stop also announced a quote cost saving and profit improvement initiative. End quote that will consist of supply chain efficiencies, operational improvements expense, savings and pricing. And promotion optimization. The company expects it will have a minimal impact on fiscal twenty nineteen. But hopes that eventually results any.
"spring mobile" Discussed on KOMO
"Upper now, no I'm going to go mid sixties style. I just want to see if you're paying attention. Let me then it becomes too hot. Okay. I'm hanging up. Can I hang up? I don't know how I'm shutting down by. It's a tough drive. If you're trying to get up to Snoqualmie pass this morning, the higher you get on the interstate ninety the slushy snow ear it is. And you get to the summit chains are required. Overstock Kwami pass traction tires are a revised over Stevens pass. It's forty degrees in Seattle. Komo news time eight oh. Seven from plummeting milk prices to last month's deadly blizzard, central Washington dairy farmers are in crisis. Komo's fan sites. Explain summaries. Blinding snowstorm killed more than eighteen hundred cows in the valley in just hours, the loss, coupled with falling dairy prices and expensive environmental regulations have farmers asking what? Next for many the answer has been to move on the Seattle times reports the number of dairy farms in Washington state has fallen from twenty five hundred nineteen Ninety-three to just three hundred seventy seven last year. Another hurt the backlash by animal rights groups who blame the dairies for the loss of the livestock. Criticism that stings many farmers who say they were in tears watching helplessly as the blizzard killed their cows, Rick van Cise. Komo news lack of stable funding and concerns about a lawsuit from the federal government could throw a wrench into Seattle's plans for a supervisor of supervised injection site for drug addicts get the update from komo's Carleen Johnson. Seattle is closely watching what's going on in Pennsylvania right now, we're nonprofit called safe is sparring with the US attorney's office over plans there to open a drug injection facility. At some point this year. Seattle times reports a letter from Seattle's interim director for the department of human services was sent to council last week sitting there keeping an eye on what's going on there. They're also concerned about the money issue, and it could cost two and a half million a year to operate still can county councilwoman gene kohl-welles says they should proceed. So we need to try just about everything we can that be legal. And this is a good way to go and a spokesperson in mayor Jenny Durkan's offices plans here for. Opening a supervised injection site are not on hold despite the potential legal troubles and a lack of ongoing funding. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news streets, attorney general, Bob. Ferguson is set to announce a major lawsuit related to the opioid epidemic. Seven hundred people died in Washington last year alone from opioid related causes. And there was a spike in fentanyl overdoses in response to state enacted several new regulations to crack down on opioid abuse including limiting prescriptions and better monitoring of doctors who prescribed painkillers Ferguson's announcement of the new lawsuit set for ten o'clock this morning governor Jay Inslee took his presidential campaign to California yesterday touring a neighborhood heavily damaged by the Woolsey wildfire last year, he met with people at these seminal springs mobile home park where nearly one hundred homes were destroyed. The major focus of his campaign is climate change. We need to understand the scale and scope of this challenge. And there is only one salvation and that is to defeat climate change. We have to go, right? Our enemy and that's the enemy. We have to defeat California. The fourth state on NCAA's climate mission tour, he previously visited Iowa Nevada and Texas the trains are moving again. But south line sounder train service was suspended earlier this morning for a while after a vehicle fleeing police may have been struck by a train in canton chasing after the driver has the car had been reported stolen. The driver made it onto the center tracks at south two hundred twelfth street near seventy seventh avenue south in Kent. No one was hurt. A service bulletin said a train hit a vehicle on the tracks between the Kenton Tukwila stations. But Kim police say it's not clear whether the train actually hit the car or stopped in time. That's komo's Frank Lenzi store reporting. Komo news time eight ten that's time to get to the Harley exterior sports desk now and Tom hutler here huskie men's basketball team sweeping the major awards in the Pac twelve yesterday. Jalen Noel player of the year Matisse titled defensive player of the year for the second straight year and Mike Hopkins coach of the year for the second straight year. Title says he loves being the fee funding fence still care, really. There's nothing like me. I'm going to steal Jalen and Dave. Compare that Hopkins and the huskies head for Vegas. A quarterfinal match up of the Pac twelve tournament at noon Thursday against either Zona or USC pre game coverage story is starting at eleven thirty top rank God's aga-. Roll an easy one hundred seventy four win over Pepperdine in the west coast conference semis last night at Vegas. They'll try their seventh straight conference to crown tonight where they take on Saint Mary's. God's is women also play the conference title game today at one against BYU. Meredith third baseman Kyle Seager will miss at least a month of April after tearing attended in his left hand, spring training will require surgery, you said doctors couldn't really give him a timetable. I think it'll be a little while. At least the first month of the season which begins in Japan a week from tomorrow sports at ten and forty past each hour. Tom hutler hold. The huskies. Komo news. Komo news time eight eleven police in Texas are looking for the person who threw a rock onto a car and killed a mother of three halo Flores was riding in a car with her boyfriend. It was allowed impact almost like an explosion went off in the car. I didn't know what it was her family watching in horror as she sat badly injured from that startling and lethal blow did happened around eight forty Saturday night along interstate thirty five in central Texas as the family, drove home from an evening out with few clues investigators are now urging the public for help we're asking people if they have any information in a surveillance video to contact the police department, these kinds of incidents happening with terrifying. Frequency last November, a Tennessee man was driving to work when suddenly a slab of concrete thrown from an overpass crashed through his windshield. Killing that case is still unsolved. Also last year. Six pounds. Stone dropped from an overpass took a young fathers life now here in Texas, the family of Kayla Flora's mourns, her senseless, death and hope for Justice. She didn't deserve that. No one deserves that on innocent person mother. To do that..
"spring mobile" Discussed on KOMO
"Arizona. She's always on daylight savings time. So I don't see any. Big deal in it, actually, his sister's always on standard time, which states can actually elect to do as of now it would take an act of congress to allow states like ours to daylight saving time year round if house Bill eleven Ninety-six does pass in the Senate Washington could make the permanent switch to DST wants the feds say, it's a okay. Brian Calvert, KOMO news physically or mentally disabled workers will be paid the same minimum wage that other workers in the state receive under a Bill that has passed the state house. Komo's Bill O'neil has more the measure passed with bipartisan support now heads to the Senate for consideration under current law. Employers can receive special certificates from the state's department of labor and industries to pay wages below the minimum wage for workers with this abilities in the application. Employers must note the nature of the disability and how it affects the work performed. The bay rate may not be less than seventy five percent of the minimum wage unless a lower rate is determined to be justified. Bill O'neil, KOMO news, and it smooth sailing so far with the demolition of the Alaskan way. Viaduct the Columbia street on ramp is gone as are sections across the Seattle aquarium and near Belle street. Philip what Phil Wallace was the contractor Kia wit says it's about fifteen percent complete with the next steps starting soon close to the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe railroad is where we're going to be cutting and taking sections out in pieces with cranes and that'll start happening here this week. Well, it says they've begun to set up to build a temporary footbridge that cuts from Marion over to Columbia. So you can still crossed the viaduct to get to Colman dock in July when the Marion street section starts to come down. There are plenty of spaces along our areas highways considered traffic trouble spots, but there's one that continues to get worse with no end in sight. Snohomish county's population has grown by nearly one hundred and forty percents since one thousand nine hundred eighty thanks to large employers like Boeing and rising costs pushing people out of Seattle the state transportation departments Francis. Federal risk says that's put more cars on northbound. I five through Everett where the line up to take highway two near three other on and off ramps. It spills over into the mainland when you have people moving over earlier and earlier, but those are simply just the name of the game when you're handling higher traffic volumes in an area that experiencing such incredible growth. You also lose a lane at highway two. So the crawl continues to marry. Ville better risk is says wash dot has no plans in the works to update that interchange. Governor Jay Inslee was in California today touring the neighborhood heavily damaged by the Wolsey wildfire last year Inslee met with people at the seminal springs. Mobile home park, we're close to one hundred homes were destroyed back in November earlier this month Inslee announced his run for president in two thousand twenty with a big focus on climate change, which many blamed for an increase in wildfires across the western US. We need to understand the scale and scope of this challenge. And there is only one salvation that is to defeat climate change. We have to go, right? Our enemy and that's the enemy. We have to defeat. California is the fourth state on Inslee climate mission tour, he previously visited Iowa, Nevada and Texas. Komo news time is seven forty time to head.
"spring mobile" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"An independent in charge of Rhonda res public relations. And we're so thrilled. She's with us today. She's written a book it's called profit and prosper with public relations inside secrets to make you a success, and she's the recipient of the publicist of the year honor. And she's with us today. But you're not with us to talk about your PR firm. You're with us to share with all of us that heroin horrible morning that you got a recorded call that changed your life in everyone else's life in your area. So do share with us. Rhonda and welcome. It's a pleasure. Oh, well, thank you very much cranking. I'm very honored to be here. So tell us what happened that morning. Yes. Well, you know, it it was really a shock and surprise. I used to live in the Seminole springs mobile, home park and a hundred and ten of our homes burnt to the ground. Right. Where I was. But what happened is it was a Thursday night on the eighth of November. And I was already in bed and ready to go to sleep. And I got a phone call from a friend of mine, and they said, you know, they're evacuating your area, maybe out of turn on the news. And so I got up and I got dressed I opened the door, and I could smell all kinds of smoke. But we still weren't notified to leave yet. So I have my car happened to be in the shop, and I didn't have a car or a way out. So I contacted a neighbor, and we we talk to each other. But eventually a couple hours later. Maybe it was maybe twelve thirty one in the morning or going onto to we began to get robocalls. And the robot calls made it really loud and clear that we had the league. So we gathered our things, and I'll hike cake basically was what I was wearing. And I grabbed a few trash bags and put a bunch of clothes in them and some toiletries and a couple of important papers. And that's it. I took what I could fit on my lap, basically because we had the Syra car. So. Yeah. Yeah. And there wasn't an easy way out because the freeways were closed and Pacific Coast Highway was closed. So we took Mulholland highway, and we were really the only car on the road. And by this time, it was three AM. And right after few hours later after we joke down the road. The place we drove through trying to burn up. So it's now closed near the Peter Strauss ranch. But it was quite an ordeal that night. Oh, I bet. And unfortunately, all of you lost everything the entire that. Worldly fire was just it just destroyed everything. It really did you see we didn't know our faith right away. Obviously the the fire that took our homes came the next pretty much the next morning. It was I would guess somewhere between nine nine thirty in the morning till maybe eleven in the mornings somewhere in that range. And so we were glued to the to the checking phones and things and trying to reach neighbors, and my friend had reached our president of our homeowners who had a house there, and she was saying, oh my gosh. The flames are coming there. Because she some of the neighbors actually spent the night there and later than we did. But she could tell that our house was going to go up, and this was before we knew about our own homes. And so we were kind of on pins and needles, but within within the day, they listed the different houses and things than we realize we have nothing to come back to lost all my office. Equip. As well. Because I had my office in my sure sure you lost everything. What's it been like? Yeah. What's it been like for you to the past few months? Well, you know, you may find this a little hard to believe. But since then I've lived in eleven places. Wow. I don't. Because you have to. I mean, you know, you have to go from friend family to wherever you place. Yeah. I went to France and families, and I did some house sitting and kept sitting and then I've been at how cows and looking around for possible out of state for housing to see if there was something to buy somewhere else and then came back to Chow. So before I knew it, I'm now in dwelling eleven in three months. Wow. So tell me. How do you rebuild? Ron. How do you get up every day and deal with this? Well, you know, my case was probably a thousand degrees different than everyone else's because the minute that I heard that. I no longer had anything left to my name. You know, how no no belongings. No, family, heirlooms or pictures or anything. I made a snap decision. And I I held onto it ever since. And my decision in that moment was Rhonda you can either accept this or you can go kicking and screaming. So I took the acceptance store, and I've never really looked back. I've been pretty upbeat. And I've decided, you know, I'm just going to move forward. I'm gonna treat this as a new adventure? I'm gonna see you know, where like leads me. I'm extremely grateful that I'm alive and all of our neighbors got out safely, including the elderly and children, and Pat and no one died. No one got injured which was a miracle. And absolute Erica has what happened. I actually found a new home and we close escrow tomorrow. Oh, what a lovely ending to the story. Yes. Yes. And I'm proud. I mean, it is going to take quite awhile to rebuild Seminole springs. It was the loveliest place for anyone to live it. It had hiking trails and a lake and it was right in the Santa Monica mountains near Malibu and Wesley village in Calabasas and just yeah. Le- community. We had lots of friends, but you know, we're all in touch with each other. We have an incredible spirit and we meet regularly at homeowner meetings. So like, we keep the threat going and. Friend. We out of it. Ronda, thank you so much for sharing your story..
"spring mobile" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Radio. Good evening. I'm Frank Traynor. Sheridan Howard is at the editor's desk. Three things to no eight fifteen. I officials at Drexel hill elementary school warning parents this weekend that a student has been diagnosed with the mumps never to junior governor Ralph and Norton denies being in the nineteen eighties photo that's recently service with a man in black face north and says, he's not a racist. He's not gonna resign. His third thing. Police are teaming up with a number of companies this weekend all as part of a patrol of a section of Kensington looking for abandoned vehicles. It's just the next step in the Philadelphia resilience project which aims to help her the opioid epidemic. As we hear from KYW's, Dan wing, the Philadelphia resilience project is made up of more than thirty different city agencies working to clean out the heroin trade that has taken over parts of Kensington the projects target area from Allegheny. Avenue to Lehigh avenue and from east street to Frankfurt avenue. Lieutenant Joseph water says this weekend's effort will actually stretch a little beyond those borders making for a busy couple days. We are trying to remove as many abandoned vehicles as possible loss. Mccain Asli handle as many three will one complaints constituents have submitted NBA disposition on them, and he does make complaining just possible. Water says the project removed more than one hundred vehicles from that area last Saturday, and they're hoping to toe another one hundred this weekend, not only are the vehicles an eyesore and taking a parking spots. But there are sometimes used as a stash spot by drug dealers, or as a shelter by people looking to do drugs, Dan wing, KYW NewsRadio. It's eight eighteen in word that you're taxi ride up in New York City is gonna cost you more get ready to pay up. If you visit the Big Apple and wanna hop in a cab or Uber. If you hail would've New York City is nearly fourteen thousand yellow cabs. You'll now have a surcharge of two dollars. Fifty cents on top of the rides base fare. That means it will now cost you six fifty just to get into a cab before it even starts moving in an app service like Uber or lift the surcharges to seventy five or if it's a group ride. It's seventy five cents. More drivers sued over the fee part of the state's new congestion surcharges. But a judge lifted it and the extra cost just started at midnight Matt piper. CBS news, New York. Executives down in Texas connected with the company game. Stop have put the brakes on a potential sale of the company games dump reported at third quarter loss of more than four hundred eighty eight million dollars the gaming stores sold at spring mobile business for about seven hundred thirty five million. But the company says its board of directors found there wasn't enough available financing on terms that would be acceptable to a perspective buyer with new video game console set to be released in the near future expectations for the company our game. Stop is currently. In fifteen countries, and as close to six thousand stores Clayton Neville, Dallas a protest at a federal prison in New York City were activists there say inmates have gone almost a week without heat member. How cold it's been that knocking?.
"spring mobile" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Like, I gotta take a screen shot with the desktop on epoch store. I think that's pretty accurate and stuff like that. So the hot to develop my one thing here again as commentator sidelined guy was washing this train go by a horse in the race at all. I still feel. I don't think it's fair to say this just shows that only cares about the money and nothing else. I think it's them wanting store and figuring out as they go which may as the best way to go. But I think as we saw what their refund policy in them coming through and fixing that I think you're going to see continuous rolling updates. Its I stick with the I'm not trying to be I'm playing devil's advocate here. What I say a great. Put him. But I'm saying seem has had how many years to get this right and get to hear steam didn't start this way. Yes. Now granted if you're launching a competitor seem maybe you should have chat and functions like that built in already. But also you understand that you're never gonna take a while before you're really competing with steam if ever. Yes. Well, it is interesting. There was the perspective. You guys we're talk about it yesterday. Jared was like it's about the games and just takes a few wins. That's his perspective. So that is one version, which is you get a few really big exclusives. You might suddenly turn people on using your store. I don't think it is that simple. Actually, I think that you are like I'm pretty embedded in steam like I'll go where the games are. It's funny that that is exactly the world we live in and going back to quantum dream. Like if you're on switch good. I have a swim. Not just a one platform person. So yeah, I think you're right that steam is very volved. And that was the point. I was going to lead to is. I don't know about like breaking EU laws and stuff like that. That's obviously, I feel you could probably look stuff up that valve has made a couple mistakes. And I'm not. Saying that epic is is not is is or is not doing stuff, honestly, incorrectly everywhere. But going back to your point look at day one week one month one of steam, that's the list were dealing with. They had a fortnight client that was built out of the unreal days. And like they just launched a store and they're just getting start. So yeah, it doesn't have a lot of features. So that's day one. And I don't know that it is fair to compare like it's got none of these other fair to compare author. It's completely fair. But meaning to say that they don't care about. Maybe they. I think that's all support. So who knows what's coming? Maybe it would be pretty smart, you know, for Epoca comment on we're developing these features that every week with fortnight, we get that update on the store now because you're not taking games away from you know, maybe I am steam fan. So tell me, okay, I have to go. There will I like these features. What are you doing about it? So I think that needs to be taken care of. Number three game. Stop has stopped trying to sell the company and this is from Brendon Sinclair games industry. Dopp is reports of an imminent game. Stop acquisition will go unrealized as the retailer today announced that it is no longer pursuing. He CEO of the company quote game stops board has now terminated efforts to pursue a sale of the company due to the lack of available financing on terms that would be commercially acceptable to a perspective acquire the companies selling the company was just one possibilities part of game stops broader strategic review that followed investor outcry last night the review is already seen game stops sell. It's spring mobile business for more.
"spring mobile" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Call the injury firm of Abraham in in Utah traffic tip line Hillsboro, eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five mostly sunny and warm today. Seventy six degrees right now at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a three inlaws dead and his wife still missing police wait for forensics to tell them if a body found over the weekend is that of twenty one year old Jamie Neely police already suspect her twenty five year old husband Shelby Neely in the murders of her parents and brother found dead in their Tarpon springs. Mobile home New Year's. Day a fourth body was buried in the art of a home in Newport, Richie, where neighbors smelled something wrong. I was walking with all the dogs and smell smelled like dead animal it smells awful, Blake septic tank worse. You know, you can't miss it. That's Amy still sin who lives nearby talking to news channel eight police arrested. Shelby. Nearly in Ohio where they say he had driven his mother-in-law's SUV after the murders. President Trump has not convinced congress. Now, he wants to make his case directly to the country. The White House has requested network TV time for the president to make an address to the nation tomorrow night about border security. It says Trump will visit the US Mexico border Thursday, the stalemate over a border wall has kept part of the government closed for more than two weeks. Now, how does this shutdown affect Florida experts at financial website wallet? Hubs say, we feel more pain than most states spokesperson. Joe Gonzalez has we ranked fourteenth in the country mainly because. Because it makes it harder for people to buy homes right now mortgage processing will be affected by staffing shortages in the IRS as well as yes. Jay and the VA and it happens Justice snowbirds arrive in sometimes look at houses to buy another area where Florida could feel an impact food stamps. Gonzales, says our state ranks ninth in percent of families, getting snap assistance. Democratic co speaker Nancy Pelosi does not rule out trying to impeach President Trump. She told CBS Sunday morning that it depends on a key report. That would be depending on what comes forth from the special counsel's office. If and when the time comes for impeachment. We'll have to be something that has such a crescendo in a bipartisan way, many Democrats downplayed the idea of impeachment, but some wanted to happen right away. Now, the Democrats control the house. Liz Cheney does not like how Christian bale talked about playing her father former Vice President Dick Cheney and the movie vice after winning the best actor award for the rolled in last night's Golden Globes.
"spring mobile" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Five ninety five. A little cool now, but a comfortable seventy six and sunny this afternoon. It's sixty degrees at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL. A news is a service of Graham capital advisors body found over the weekend. Could be connected to a triple murder case. Three bodies and three dead dogs were found at Tarpon springs. Mobile home on New Year's day. Now, they're working to identify a body found buried in a yard of a home on Norwood avenue in port Richey resident Amy still says they could smell something suspicious. I was walking with all the dogs and smell smell like dead animal it smells, awful lake septic tank worse. You know, you can't miss it. Still telling news channel age. He's not surprised a body was found nearby. Twenty five year old Shelby Neely was arrested in connection to the triple homicide in Ohio. His wife was considered missing and endangered as a Friday Neely will likely face murder charges for the killings in Tarpon springs. A former state Representative is facing domestic violence charges for allegedly abusing his wife of ten years. Fifty two year old Baxter Troutman formerly of district. Sixty six was arrested after an altercation about her buying a home in lakeland early Saturday. She told authorities that he abused her on several occasions, including hitting her in the nose in two thousand eighteen and breaking her finger in two thousand fifteen Trautmann was taken to the poll county jail on battery charges. It's a big week in Tallahassee as Ron Disentis becomes the state's Forty-six governor the inaugural week will start with breakfast more specifically a breakfast to honor the highest ranking Hispanic woman elected to. State office Lieutenant governor Jeanette Nunez. It's the women transforming Florida breakfast end bay area political expert, Dr Susan macmanus is their religion at governor lunch, and is particularly significant because Republican women have not been leading officers much as they used to and Republicans are really trying to bolster support among public and women after breakfast. There's lunch. It's the bold vision for a brighter future thought leaders luncheon that'll involve public and private sector leaders who are expected to hear.
"spring mobile" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Scientists local leaders and the mayor of San Juan Puerto Rico toured the burn areas of the Wolsey fire. They were talking about climate change getting seven effort to. Enlists to these of all over the world to take dramatic steps to dial back climate change LA city councilman Paul Koretz tells KNX that the group viewed one of the most devastated areas the seminal springs mobile home park, look like a nuclear bomb had gone off literally half the park, which was affected by fire. Had the homes burned to the ground and melted. It literally looked like ruins of civilization. He says he and San Juan mayor Carmen. You lean crews plan to collaborate during the recovery process. Hurricane Maria devastated. Puerto Rico back in two thousand seventeen and councilman says the island is still just scratching the surface when it comes to rebuilding. He says he and mayor crews will team up and focus on local infrastructure, resiliency and environmental Justice, Heather, Jordan Cain. Extend seventy NewsRadio city of LA has filed a lawsuit that claims that a popular weather app has been secretly tracking its users and selling their information for commercial use. How Orwellian it feels to live in a world where a private company is tracking potentially every place you go every minute of every day. L A city. Attorney Mike fewer says that's what the Weather Channel app has been doing. If you wanna sacrifice to that company. That information you sure off to be doing it with clear advice. Vance notice of precisely what's at stake. Instead, he says users tricked into giving up location access thinking it'll be used only for personalized weather information when it's actually going to affiliates of the app operators parent company B M and other third parties for targeted advertising. Even hedge fund analysis of consumer behavior IBM insists there is transparency about the use of location data the disclosures are appropriate, and they'll be vigorously defended club, fescue KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Three men were killed on Friday night at a bowling alley in Torrance, friends and family of them are remembering them CBS, Jeff. Newman says people left candles and flowers in front of Gable? House bowl. What are the people killed was twenty eight year old Robert Mickens.
"spring mobile" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Scientists local leaders in the mayor of San Juan Puerto Rico toured the burn areas of the Wolsey fire talking about climate change beginnings of an effort to enlist to these all over the world to take dramatic steps to dial back climate change LA city councilman Paul Koretz tells KNX that the group viewed one of the most devastated areas the seminal springs mobile home park. What's look like a nuclear bomb had gone off literally half the park, which was affected by fire has the homes burned to the ground and melted. It literally looked like ruins of civilization. He says he and San Juan mayor Carmen. You lean crews plan to collaborate during the recovery process. Hurricane Maria devastated. Puerto Rico back in two thousand seventeen and councilman credit says the. Island is still just scratching the surface when it comes to rebuilding. He says he Ed mayor crews will team up and focus on local infrastructure, resiliency and environmental Justice, Heather Jordan, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Employers added three hundred twelve thousand jobs last month despite trade wars, and what was going on in the stock market up and down in a sign that the economy is moving pretty good. If you follow the stock market during December, you might think the US is on the verge of a major recession or worse, but the market is one thing and the so-called real economy. In other words, things like jobs in corporate expectations is apparently still in high gear. My big Wall Street losses. It looks like the psychology of slow down hasn't really translated into any slowdown by employers. Andrew Chamberlain is the chief economist for the job search website glass door. Today's jobs report shows, a very strong growing labor market one point of interest. Good news for the real economy could translate into bad news for the stock market, which might worry about increased federal interest rates that fear could send the Mark. Down in the coming months. Charles feldman. KNX ten seventy years radio with partial government shutdown affecting national parks such as Joshua tree here in California. The National Park Service has taken and precedent step to try to make things safer and cleaner at the parks since the shutdown began at least seven people have died while visiting national parks. One of those deaths was at Yosemite with the Trump administration deciding to leave the park's open during the shutdown. The park service is now going to use money paid for entrance fees to bring on staff to help clean restrooms, haul trash patrol the parks and try to maintain some semblance of order and order signed by the interior department's acting secretary allows the entrance money to be used for those purposes. But critics say it may be illegal, and they continue to criticize the decision to leave the park's open saying it could cause long-term damage to them. Nathan Roberts KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Some US airports have reportedly seen a lot of TSA agents calling in sick to protest a government shutdown that LAX doesn't seem to be. Impacted the so-called. Sick outs have hit about a handful of major airports throughout the country. LAX is not on that list. They have seen a little bit of an increase in the number of people that are calling in sick. But it's nothing alarming and nothing out of the ordinary. Melendez is a former TSA spokesperson he says TSA officials at LAX tell him out of a staff of five thousand fewer than one hundred people have called out sick. And he says that might not even be related to the government shutdown. Maybe it's because schools are going back a little bit later than normal or people stayed longer for the holidays seats associated with the shutdown is a little bit premature. He says travelers at LAX not have to worry about security because there are plenty of boots on the ground. Andy says even if more TSA agents, call out sick. There are plenty of contingency plans. Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio..
"spring mobile" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Following their sale of the spring mobile operation. They acquired the communications platform for an undisclosed sum. Back in two thousand fourteen now sold it for seven hundred million dollars are about to squander next year because their business model is dumb and outdated. Now, hang on hang on. There is a new CEO of game stars. And from everything that I've heard from employees that I've talked to being a former employee. They're willing to like disclose stuff to you like it. You can even say that you once worked at a game stop. But like, I actually do know a lot of the managers still in the area. Does that mean money? There's I'm not listening. I don't I don't know how the mobile and of their business made money either. Because all they would do is taking use cellphones and never sell them. Okay. Because it doesn't make sense people. Don't want to buy you cell phones. Like that. For seven hundred million meet you that's impressive anyway. But this is a good move. That's all for the point gaming news update for more head on over to our website, checkpoint X, P dot com. Thanks, joe. For the update it was an unfortunate seen over the weekend in Jewish hosting a charity livestream when he was joined by user dud sued sit Douglas, Douglas. Okay. Dutta six four seven. Which is apparently Drake's online username right for a fortnight. Our thinks when things went south very quickly as the user began to shout racial slurs over the stream before the match was quickly ended by ninja. Yes. Oh ninja was doing. This charity livestream. And he was very surprised when that screen name offered invited him to a match because he's like, oh, I didn't think I was gonna be playing with trae today, and you can see him like Klay quickly like sent out a text messages trying to confirm it. Right. And then so he joins the game. It goes. Okay. For like a minute, maybe. And then you just start hearing racial slurs getting yelled.
"spring mobile" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Belgium for for continuing to press. The issue way back in two thousand seventeen to tease the stealth game by the name of agent multiple delays in a long period of radio. Silence. Over led most of the project wasn't development. Hell now, a new trademark update has confirmed that Asian has been abandoned by take two. I know this is something that people were looking forward to for a while. And I just stop. Hearing about it all of a sudden, I'm okay with this. Because take two gives us such great games. Usually that I would prefer that a game. It's not going to live up to the game's not dare don't do man. Yeah. I agree that blizzard did with tight, and we gotta stay over watch out of it. Yeah. Very great poor game. Stop stocks are way up following their sale of the spring mobile operation. They acquired the communications platform for an undisclosed sum. Back in two thousand fourteen now sold it for seven hundred million dollars. Stay are about to squander next year because their business model is dumb and outdated. Now, hang on hang on. There is a new CEO of game stars. And a from everything that I've heard from employees that I've talked to being a former employee. They're willing to like disclose stuff to you like it. You can even say that you once worked at a game stop. But like, I actually do know a lot of the managers still in the area. Does that make money? There's I'm not listen. I don't know how the mobile and of their business made money either. Because all they would do is taking used cellphones and never sell them. Okay. Because it doesn't make sense people. Don't want to buy you cell phones. Like that. I can't believe this for seven hundred million meet you that's impressive anyway. But this is a good move. That's all for the checkpoint gaming news update for more head on over to our website, checkpoint XP dot com. Thanks, joe. For the update it was an unfortunate seen over the weekend. Ninja was hosting a charity livestream when he was joined by user dud sued cintas. How is that? Dennis. Okay. Dutta six four seven. Which is apparently Drake's online username right for fortnight. However thinks when things went south very quickly as the user began to shout racial slurs over the stream before the match was quickly ended by ninja. Yeah. So ninja was doing the shady livestream. And he was very surprised when that screen name offered invited him to a match because he's like, oh, I didn't think I was going to be playing with trae today, and you can see him like quickly like sent out a text messages if trying to confirm it, right? And then so he joins the game. It goes. Okay. For like a minute, maybe. And then you start hearing racial slurs getting yelled out all over he quickly. That's not Drake leaves the game and reports reports the account, but I mean like hikes. Okay. First of all the fact that someone would have the level of disrespect to do this on charity stream of all things. What a what a? I don't even know have the vocabulary to even say what I think of that kind of person. He's a scumbag, you really won't allow us to say what we really want to to follow that up with you know, with with saying stuff like that. Like, I mean, it's just like the oldest troll move in the book. And I'm so tired of bad in stupid trolling. But at the same time. Right. I know we're talking about it. But you know, why must we continue to dignify right at the same time. It's just like, oh, what did in my opinion? Would it should have been ninja near what he was supposed to do. He left you quickly. He reported the cow. Now, they now hold on. Now, we're talking about this person on an international news show. Anyone other than ninja? We probably wouldn't be. The question is how does it. How does this happen? Well. It is not we know exactly how it happens. How can you stop it from happening future? Right. Because prevention is is the larger question, but that doesn't happen until there's some sort of massive cultural shift. But I think the biggest takeaway.
"spring mobile" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Time to check on your money. Here's David Johnson last. We spoke I've told you the the futures were rallying and the NASDAQ and the s&p suddenly very suddenly turned positive. We tied it back to a story. That's coming out of Boina Sarah's and evidently, the US trade Representative lighthizer was talking to some reporters, and he said casually. He'd be surprised if the Trump she'd dinner was not a success. Well, of course, this is the major concern is trade and tariffs, and and lighthizer had really been a hawk on this. And if he said that which presumably he did then that would shed some new light on this this dinner that takes place tomorrow. So right now, the now looks still lower by about a dozen. But the NASDAQ looks up sixteen Abby SB average up a couple of points Marriott to nobody's great surprises down about. Five dollars, another massive breach. This time five hundred million guests, possibly names birthdates passport numbers. They're under a lot of pressure right now. We're also seeing still more pressure on game. Stop the results that came out yesterday were good, but they're lowering their full year profit view, despite what looked to be a very strong performance for black Friday and cyber Monday. And of course, they also were selling off their their spring mobile business Jack in the box keep an eye on it up. Six percent yesterday reports of a possible sale. The price of crude down sixty six cents goals down four daughters. Interest rates are pretty steady three point zero two percent. And the Dow industrials average looks lower by oh, maybe twenty points. David Johnson NewsRadio ten eighty care. All right. David. Thank you coming up..
"spring mobile" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Nasa engineers will be closely watching the final six minutes of its inside spacecraft's six month journey. Tomorrow's this coming week at the letter will enter the Martian atmosphere at supersonic speed before hitting the brakes to get to a soft safe landing on the alien red planes. After micromanaging every step of the way flight controllers will be power. Over what happens at the end of the road this coming Monday, nearly one hundred million miles away. If all goes, well, the Lander will spend the next two years digging into Mars and doing other experiments like listening for Mars quakes KCBS news time, eight fifty five on the money. Watch. The blue chips turned slightly lower in the final minutes of trading. The Dow Jones industrials slipped one point at twenty four thousand four sixty four the NASDAQ gained sixty three points or nine tenths percent and the s&p five hundred added eight points or three tenths percent. The number of workers joining the unemployment lines increased last week the Labor Department counted two hundred twenty four thousand first time claims for benefits three thousand more than the prior week. Other economic reports showed there was a drop in durable goods orders last month. Sales of existing homes increase be in October game. Stop is getting out of the wireless telecom business that at once thought would be a source of growth the video game retailer is selling spring mobile. It's chain of. AT and T wireless stores to prime communications the deal is valued at seven hundred million dollars. Crude oil futures rose to fifty four dollars and sixty three cents a barrel in New York. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. It's the ultimate black Friday sale at JC Penney. Gather your friends and get your Thursday at two pm firm meeting deals like up to thirty percent.
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"Gathering at a vigil for the victims of Monday's hospital shooting re people were killed by a gunman before he took his own life. Saint Louis county police say a tip led to the arrest of Fifty-three-year-old Thomas, Bruce for the sexual assault of two women and the murder of a third at a Catholic supply store secure. Bob McCulloch says the motive is still not known horrible thing. He came into the end of the business posing as a customer left. To go. Get a credit card to come in and buy some stuff. But who knows why exactly perhaps on the arrest of Bruce ended a two day manhunt? That frightened the Saint Louis region and led some schools churches and businesses to close can pardon ABC news, Saint Louis and the oldest US military survivor of the Pearl Harbor attack. Racia- vez has died at the age of one hundred six you're listening to ABC news. This is a Bloomberg market minute. The blue chips turned slightly lower in the final minutes of trading. The Dow Jones industrials slipped one point at twenty four thousand four sixty four the NASDAQ gained sixty three points or nine tenths percent and the S and P five hundred edited eight points or three tenths percent. The number of workers joining the unemployment lines increased last week the Labor Department counted two hundred twenty four thousand first time claims for benefits three thousand more than the prior week. Other economic report showed there was a drop in durable goods orders last month. Sales of. Of existing homes increase in October game. Stop is getting out of the wireless telecom business that at once thought would be a source of growth the video game retailer is selling spring mobile chain of AT and T wireless stores to prime communications the deal is valued at seven hundred million dollars..
"spring mobile" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Missionary. Areas thought to have been killed by tribes people from one of the world's most isolated communities on a remote island, hundreds of miles off the coast of India police on north sentinel island say the Twenty-seven-year-old came with the express purpose of proselytizing on prohibited land and did not tell authorities about his intentions. Police say they have a team searching the water for his body official from a US consulate in India confirms that diplomats are aware of the reports the sentinel lease are protected under Indian law few more than a dozen people live on that island. Nasa as ordered a safety review of two companies that planned to fly astronauts to the international space station. The review announcement comes more than two months after space. X CEO Elon Musk was seen drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana on comedian, Joe Rogan's podcast. I know a lot of people like weed, and that's fine. But I don't find that. It is very good full productivity. Washington Post first reported the national officials were upset by Musk's on camera behavior. Nassar says. Has there will be a quote cultural assessment of both SpaceX and Boeing to make sure they meet the agency's requirement of a drug free environment. Nash administrative Jim Breitenstein tells the post he has confidence in space x cultural leadership start at the top Peter King CBS news one fifty five now money news on KYW. It's sponsored by Sharon Bank. You went stunts remain higher. The Dow Jones industrial average is up one hundred and seventy eight points to twenty four thousand six thirty eight s and p five hundred up twenty three points. The NASDAQ is up one hundred or one point four percent. Amazon says it was a mistake it inadvertently customer emails the names due to a technical error Amazon has emailed affected customers. But it's not saying how many were affected game stop is selling its spring mobile business Jones and operates nearly thirteen hundred AT&_T wireless stores to prime communications, the seven hundred million dollars in US consumers have. Ramped up their online spending before black Friday. According to a report from a Dobie analytics shoppers spent thirty two billion dollars online in the first twenty days of November. That's up seventeen percent from year ago with money news from Bloomberg going KYW. I'm done Wilson in our house. Bedtime is complicated..
"spring mobile" Discussed on KGO 810
"The death toll is up to forty four as remains of thirteen. More people were found two people killed in southern California's we'll see fire the statewide Ditto at forty four and a lot missing. And I mean, obviously, you hope that everybody dismissing just hasn't reported. Right. But able to escape you able to get out of their terrific. And you know, the thing about it is is that, you know, the politics of it aside, the fact that, you know, President Trump, I tweet was to criticize the state as, you know, this is this is a lot of things, but climate change is definitely one of them. And California's water crisis is another part, which has been exacerbated by this. It is dry everywhere. And I don't know if it's going to get any better. And that offers another a an entirely different question and point of view that we'll get to in a little bit. Again, the the work by the firefighters and the volunteers is amazing. And it's but our air is going to remain unhealthy through at least into the weekend. And maybe further bear the day at least through Thursday Friday. I land in an airplane last night. And you cannot see the ground until we touched it, and it was clouds, but obviously it wasn't. This wasn't a marine layer clouds down. All we done in Oakland. So when SFO coming in I could see out the window. Just how bad it was. And again, this is still happening. Do we have any containment numbers or thirty percent contained more than one hundred and ten thousand acres of earned though. And it is an international story. If you go on from the monitor any any paper from Europe. All the Daily Mail in England and London and Paris, and I was just doing this going around the country. It's on the front page of every newspaper in the world. And for us to again, we'll get to the political side of that in just a minute because that's an important part of it that we have to consider joining me right now, though is the from the Sacramento bee is Sam Stanton who is covering this for the b-. Sam are you up that way? No, I'm working from Sacramento. We've got an army of reporters up there right now. That's kind of dangerous. I mean, I mean, I know that we, you know, we try to put people who are covering it in safe places. But the winds obviously is a totally different animal have the winds abated, and do we know what they're going to be like the next few days. Yeah. I don't think it's as bad as it was. I mean last week last Thursday evening in Sacramento. I don't know about where you are. But the wind was just blasting. And so we have reporters harm's way up there all through the night now things have calmed down and really they're in recovery mode. I'm they're finding more human remains up there as we speak with reporters at a mobile home park in paradise where some bodies have been found. So clearly the death toll is gonna go up. You know, when you guys talk to public officials on this because of the changing you mentioned climate change, and I'm not gonna draw you into my world. But are they having to reevaluate? They the way they deal with fires. Now it used to be fire season Konno's star, you know, started in October. But by now, it was done and down south of Santa Anna's are insane. There was like a ninety mile an hour win in the east county of San Diego. And we don't get the same. They're not saying here, obviously. But we do get wind that is dangerous and shifting and the conditions. Are they having to drop brand new plans, and then they used to have since it's more frequent now. Well, they've had to change everything. I mean, one of the things they do is they used to have these seasonal firefighters. They would hire for several months at a time right now there on nine month contracts because it can't work too long. And they've had to get emergency authorization to keep them on the fire lines because it is a year long. Long slog? Now, I the first season as you say by October. We were free and clear. Well, that's not the case anymore. I talked to Cal fire this morning. You know, we could have fires going through. December into January gets just everything is so dry that it doesn't take much to start a fire and once they start they blow up I talked to a gentleman at the Wolsey fire yesterday who barely escaped with his life down in the Malibu area. And could not believe how quickly everything around him went up twenty eight of thirty homes in his neighborhood were incinerate. That's insane. Sam this is NICKY. I mean, this this tragic stories we're hearing about people hearing their friends and family just in their cars. But speaking of the firefighters we've been reading a lot of stories about the inmates that are being used on the fire line are they are they putting these inmates extremely close to the fire. Do we know their role in these inmates in what the rules are in using them? Because some one article I read there were youth inmates. And I'm just wondering how young if you've already change over eighteen I said, I've read that I'm there's nobody under eighteen out there. Well, there's there's forty five hundred of them out. On the fire lines there. But they're trained as firefighters and volunteers are not being forced to doing it. You know, if you go out to cover any fire you're gonna run into these teams in the middle of the fire zone. They're not putting them in any more danger than other firefighters. And it's you know, it's something that they volunteered to do. You know? Let me just comment on on Trump's statement. And see if there's any kind of veracity to the idea that maybe we have to fight these differently. I know that insurance companies are going to have to look at insurance policies differently. Now, this is a huge number where to let people rebuild right? Yeah. And and also, you know, examining, the the wind patterns water all those things I is they're going to have to be a brand new way of developing infrastructure in these areas, maybe. You know, I mean in southern California, the the people that have lawns because they're hard to keep. But they're also they don't burn the way you build homes about being able to have like a sophomore. So they call so the the flames, I mean, the the embers can't get up underneath it billing, essentially fireproof homes. I mean, almost like concrete homes seems like it's almost something. Like that's going to have to happen in the future. I know it's too early to talk about that. But this is third straight year. Now actually now more than that. It's like the seventh straight year that we've had an unusual pattern that we can detect of not only fires, but the number of and the intensity. Well, if you if you do go, for instance, the pine springs mobile home park in paradise to see what it looked like before the fire came through. You can see these trailers built in there among these tall pines. That's that's a dicey situation. Obviously, I don't know what the answer is in terms of how they're going to change building. But how are they going to be? How are they going to rebuild? And in the meantime, you've got this community of twenty seven thousand people that supposedly ninety ninety five percent destroyed where those people are gonna live where are they gonna go to live while they wait to be rebuilt or are they being forced out of California? Because of the prices of homes up there are much cheaper than obviously in the bay area or something like that. Right. Well, I mean, a lot of these are elderly folks who don't have a lot of means. I mean, it's FEMA can't answer the question of where they're going to put them. In the meantime, there, you know, I mean, they're working living in shelters. The shelters are filling up the church's up there. Up in their doors and providing medical triage and things like that. But that's not a permanent solution. Obviously. Yeah. I mean in a permanent as a new solution is desperately in the cards because there seems I mean, we have quite a few obviously, independent scientists that have come forward and said get used to it. This is the new norm. And if that's norm California has a lot of reckoning, and it has to deal with where we're going to where we're going to put people and are there areas, we're just not going to build a Sam thanks in great work for your people, and they all stay safe, and we'll catch up with you later in the week. Okay. Thanks very much. Thank you again, Sacramento. Visa Sam Stanton here with the Sankei geo. Here's my question for you guys at eight oh, eight oh, eight one. Oh this. Everybody's just say you, they they're leaving California. The taxes are too high home the prices are out of sight. Could this be the thing that gets you to leave California because I'll be honest with you. I thought about it. I've telling you about was thinking about Colorado, just because. When when I'm away from home, and I think about my family there and being able to get out quickly and people that stay behind too long to get possessions in items. And boy, do you really want to deal with that? Have you thought about that? What is what would it take to make you leave the state, and you're also you if you have some experiences on here you'd like to share eight oh eight oh, eight one is a phone number. I'm chip Franklin. That's Nikki minora Caygill Franklin. Dead.