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"steve gander" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Municipal association shedding some light on what to expect worship services construction and manufacturing sector is expected to be in that plan the Major League Baseball continues there back and forth with the players union hoping for an early July start to the season and the MBTA is readying their plans for getting trains and buses back online this Massachusetts starts to open back up and with phase one on that plan expects to kick into gear later today the MBTA continues to rethink the new look when things get back to the new normal WBC students also reporting a local business group has some recommendations many riders were critical of the T. even before the pandemic I gotta give credit because they've actually played a critical role in the early stages of this endemic particularly as it relates to getting a central workers to hospitals read to me you know with a better city says only eighteen percent of people they surveyed said they would use the TV as the state reopens and those people that need to use that she really only response using the key the key is operated safely Tamino says if they T. follow CDC guidelines of six feet apart it's normal rush hour ridership would be cut by seventy five percent meeting only ten people on buses at about twenty on red line cars and of course the tricky part during all of this it was very tricky Suzanne Saltwell WBZ Boston news radio at seven forty seven airlines suffering in a big way from this pandemic and concerned about even more layoffs at airlines quickly becoming a reality retired marine pilot ABC news contributor Steve Gander it's saying a big shake up in that industry is right around the corner but there's a least one silver lining one of the side effects may be that you're gonna have all these pilots laid off which means that you're gonna have more senior pilots flying smaller airplanes higher quality pilots flying those smaller planes so you could be less comfortable but you're at least be safer and a big moment in Brockton when it comes to covert nineteen testing as any resident in any resident of surrounding towns can book an appointment to receive a nasal swab at the high schools drive through testing site mayor Robert Sullivan calling the expansion a game changer it all starts today all you have to do is call the city's hotline baseball hall of Famer former red Sox player Andre Dawson has been caring for folks in Florida who have lost loved ones during the pandemic's corresponded shipment well before kids has more Andrea Dawson electrified crowds.
"steve gander" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Right now and seeing that it is moving now pretty well the traffic northbound seventy five no other major delays are being reported right now now the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center during this challenging time advanced dentistry would like to say thank you to all the health care workers and folks on the front line things out there you are appreciated isolated showers continue right now and they'll continue into tonight and we expect more rain tomorrow and Monday and Tuesday we're looking at a low of sixty three tonight scattered showers and thunderstorms tomorrow eighty one a cool off Monday with showers likely sixty eight partly sunny Tuesday high of sixty eight that day as well and mostly sunny on Wednesday and seventy right now we've got scattered showers in the main ville area also around Moro and the little bit of a shower popping up in the Latonia lakes area of northern Kentucky right now we have seventy seven degrees in Cincinnati only the corona virus has been costly New York governor Andrew Cuomo at today's briefing we have a significant economic problems in the state it's the collective of all the individual like a number problems and when you add up the collective it's sixty one billion dollars to the state of New York court in the past hour or so the Texas governor Greg Abbott is sending a task force to deal with a dramatic surge of covert nineteen cases in Amarillo stemming from meat packing plants airlines are hard hit by the pandemic caused drop in business there's a debate on whether Congress should require airlines to practice social distancing some travelers say they would feel safer if the middle seats were empty retired marine pilot ABC news contributor Steve Gander the way that most of your lives are built is on.
Protests erupt in Iran over plane's downing that killed 176
"Written thousands of Iranians protesting in Teheran this overran statement that the Ukrainian passenger plane was accidentally shot down by Iranian missiles Wednesday president trump sending a message to the protesters tweeting your courage is inspiring ABC news aviation and military consultant colonel Steve Gander says of Iran there was a mistake made but they'll point to extenuating circumstances they'll say well the U. S. shot down one of our airplanes before so these mistakes can happen in Iran air passenger jetliner shut down in nineteen eighty eight by a missile fired from the USS
"steve gander" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"More at stop tax stop rex dot org brought to you by the ad council the national highway traffic safety administration this is news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts ABC news I'm Todd and around the officials announced Saturday that their forces unintentionally shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane after on Wednesday former state department official and ABC news contributor Steve Gander says more and more evidence was emerging that the plane had been shot down we've got the actual plumes of rocket themselves being detected some satellite forcing pictures of spent missiles on the ground and we're seeing shrapnel holes in the side of the aircraft wreckage and so once investigators got to the scene or be able to look at the metal itself do forensics on the metal that have been shipped the would eventually come to the conclusion that everyone else seems to party come to the government now blaming human error for the crash that killed all one hundred and seventy six people all moms sultan Qaboos bin Saeed the Mideast longest ruling monarch who seized power in a nineteen seventy palace coup is died he was seventy nine all month state TV says hi from been Tarik I'll say he'd is almonds new Salton tornadoes have destroyed homes in Arkansas and Missouri and also cause damage in Oklahoma Dallas police say one person died Friday night when a car flipped into a creek west of downtown Dallas as this storm was approaching it don't ping pong ball sized hail southwest of fort worth radar indicated signs of rotation hinting at the possibility of tornadoes as well the sirens were sounded as the storm moved this way now here close to DFW airport it's simply a heavy thunderstorm still the severe thunderstorm warnings and possibility of tornadoes process as ABC Jim Ryan near DFW refugees are no longer welcome in the Lone Star state governor Abbott announcing Friday the Texas will not accept the new settlement of a person who's been forced to leave their country to escape or persecution or natural disaster you change often come in and take some of the key jobs that support the economy like in meatpacking industries and and manufacturing and things like that that's when the Phillies this is ABC news did you know that the IRS is getting more aggressive these days and they're using private collection agencies to track you down don't wait if you owe more than ten thousand dollars then you need to take action take advantage.
"steve gander" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It all right here on your home for the play off making box brewers and Packers news radio six twenty WTMJ Milwaukee at eleven o'clock it is twenty nine degrees mostly cloudy dress the way through a bit breezy high thirty five today the W. T. M. J. breaking news center I'm Alex croak our top story this morning president trump claims the drone strike that killed Iranian general solo money at a Baghdad airport was a defensive move by the United States in order to save American lives abroad the president Rohani vowing revenge against Americans for their role in the killing Moore's maybe sees military analyst and former state department official Steve Gander where Iran's relationship in the U. S. stands right now US is change the terms of a relationship with Iran by saying that Iran will be held accountable for anything that happens they've taken away the use of circuit so no longer can the running shoes Hezbollah they can't use Hamas they can't use their running militia proxies the U. S. holds a brownie countable which means that anything around does is gonna be met with a strong conventional military response meanwhile former residents of Iran now living in Wisconsin say they're happy to see the death of solid body vice president of the Iran an Iranian American community of Wisconsin all the soap honey tells today's T. M. J. four of the United States needs to continue to put pressure on Iran a lot of people were supporting this regime a lot of them are actually dropping out these are like belief the more you back up you know back out the more they come full so tiny says he's hopeful the regime change comes soon learns that he can return to his home country for the first time in forty.
"steve gander" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"I wish though and they don't do this enough. And I am reluctant to say. This another words, I don't wanna tell a pilot. What to do? I would never do that. Although I say this. Say it on the air as what I would say is I I like when they talk to you a little bit more. I like when they say greetings from the flight deck when they to the passenger's side. Like, I assure when we're yes, when we're when we're on takeoff when we're going up, and we, you know, we get not to cruising informational or can they be doing little stick is when my wife just left me and things. Whatever you want to just come on and say, here's here's what's going on. Here's wing this. Yeah. I would love the pilots on air Italia. They give you far too much information information if you bump a little bit. I'd like them come on and say we're gonna try and find a little bit smoother air, by the way, most people don't notice the bumps. I, of course, think that the bumps her terrible. But I had I must say I had two very smooth flights. I was very grateful travel with the comfortable the Mallard duck that you know, I did not I did not. But in in Palm Beach, for example, I had to sit you know, I had to see individual people to sit doesn't seem waiting for the plane waiting for the wine. But it was very I was fine buried and guy. David there said, you know, this this area is very rarely credit. We didn't go to the gates to this area's very rarely crowded. And in fact, it wasn't crowded. It's very nice. You don't pace you sit sit. We think you would pay sitting. I look straight ahead. Somebody told you you said. Because I know always being a great flyer. And when you hit that turbulence I said, it's just like a bump on the road. It's now has brought me. Various ways as you going over dirt road in the country. Yeah. Or it is described as as an actual literal ocean of air, and it's going to have waves and chop to it. The one thing I will say captains or pilots have told you that. Yes. So none of them have said, it's just it's a pocket of empty Aaron. We're falling out of the sky briefly until I can reset. Okay. Thank you, thankfully. Nobody is good. They would know better than I I'm just saying I find that. You know, and they there I will pilots like to fly. Yes. They liked to fly. What they'll tell you is that planes are built to fly. Thank goodness. That's their -til then want to fly. They do you know, I had a very interesting conversation with somebody in the medical profession recently. Who said that one of the things that medicine is learning they're learning from the airline industry, which changed its whole mindset to stop thinking that the captain is God to include people in the decision other than the captain and the medical profession. You don't do that needs to do that. Your left leg doesn't get amputated instead of you're right les. And this is this is big and certain cultures. I know Korean air had had a bunch of issues with this. Because there were so ingrained to recognize hierarchy that they couldn't speak up when are very clear issues at play. And this led to some big crashes. Both thank flowers on those. Yes. And I'm very grateful. I I mean, everyone makes fun of me by got on. And I got up, and I got everything was fine. So I'm it doesn't mean I wanna go out tomorrow. You know, I don't want to be a pilot those spec. Home weren't peppered with text message and pleads for. That's right. And if you were if you were Steve gander, Tommy Heidenberger, you get a lot more than you were time. Sure. Our for days. So we'll get out of here. I should talk about dolphins some point. But not yet. Yeah. We'll have what will we have Email? Yes. John Fitzpatrick with a jingle. I'm Tony Kornheiser. This is the Tony Kornheiser show. I is. The Cohen goes in. John again. And again, this quip toothbrush. The challenges. My. Yes. What is the battery? If it's a name in my repertoire of their extension cords on those tests cards. This is a concept. I'm just gonna issue. I won't even listen to your explanation goes, I will let breeze and Trump fixation. So I keep Brandman on stubbornly. Stay wrong camp. Learn something..
"steve gander" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Of all this pageantry all the symbolism all of the the handshakes and the the gripping grins with most important is what is in that document the ultimate goal for the us denuclearization of north korea but before that there needs to be a peace treaty former deputy assistant secretary of state at abc news contributor steve gander takes a look at the end game for the peace process within south korean president moon has staked much of his political capital on the idea of reunification so the end state for most of the korean people both north and south is reunification in peaceful ways but from kim's perspective he wants that on his terms while president moon wants on his terms with continuing coverage summit in singapore i'm dave packer abc news i'm jon morgan of morgan and morgan last year i was driving to court ordered mediation suddenly a semi truck was moving at a high rate of speed into my lane it was all in slow motion and then as i tended to brace for the worst i wash my car disintegrated parts and metal flying like a tornado then it was over i had survived i was lucky but so many of our clients are not this lucky car accidents destroy lives and families in seconds lifelong injuries and lost earnings the loss of doing things we once loved paralysis and even death as i sat there thinking of what could have been a thought of all my clients all these years who worked so what life is precious but also fragile and if you're wondering what the truckdrivers said to me when he realized who it was he crashed into his face set it all.
"steve gander" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Exp on ninety two three fm from abc news i'm todd at the us led air strikes on syrian targets are being called a success but serious claiming they knocked many of those missiles out of the sky there's also concern the chemical weapons bunkers targeted may have been empty abc news contributor and retired marine fighter pilot steve gander tells us what he knows the pentagon made a calculated risk than if they blew up these bunkers and their gas in them that that poison plume would drift away from populated areas but nobody really knows what's in those bunkers perhaps these cruise missiles were hitting empty bunkers more from abc's chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz is a very limited punishment for the use of chemical weapons one time shot they will only go back a facade uses chemical weapons again so this is not a continuous engagement and doesn't change things on the ground we do have those two thousand us forces there on the ground but they are in the fight against isis a fight the president sees as nearly over an emergency meeting of the un security council saturday rejected a russian resolution calling for the condemnation of the airstrikes in beirut lebanon only fifty miles from the syrian capital damascus our colleague at abc news partner sky news mark stone reports that there's great relief that there's only limited us let airstrikes on syria hezbollah could have thought it within their rights to start loving rockets over the southern lebanese border into israel as they've done so many times in the past bats israel would have thought it would have been within their rights to attack hezbollah within lebanon all sorts of different moving parts which the coalition was clearly fully aware of when they made the decision to limit the strikes the militant group has balazs based in lebanon and camera north carolina harnett county deputy was shot in the chest and cheekbone rushed to cape fear valley medical center where he's described as stable police say the suspect sixteen year old mario alexandre garcia the.
"steve gander" Discussed on KOMO
"Or which nobody wants there's very few cyber options because this is a country that is essentially cut off from the world in every said abc news military consultant in retired marine fighter pilot steve gander we know that the administration has hinted that the next step will be economic sanctions but those sanctions will have to be tough and they'll have to be done in coordination with allies to make them stick there's little or no ground intelligencegathering in north korea chokes iverson abc news president trump vowed to dinner last night of his washington hotel with several members of his administration including is new chief of staff general john kelly what is the president hoping for from his replacement for rights priebus abc news chief white house correspondent jonathan karl what he's hoping for is a restart here one senior adviser who still there told me that the next thirty to sixty days are absolutely critical really are head he's going to have a restart it's gotta be now and this tweet from the president republicans are total quitters unless they vote again on healthcare reform meanwhile protesters turning out around the country to defend obamacare read mullins joint protest in san mateo california with this lukewarm endorsement of the affordable care act only reason i handed is because obamacare required my offer it's a terrible plan but it's one i've gotten keeps me alive decision day in venezuela venezuelans will head to the polls to choose delegates that would help rewrite the country's constitution in one of venezuela's most divisive elections the vote comes after months of economic crisis protest violence and sanctions from the us that's abc's jennifer eccleston at the foreign desk in london this.
"steve gander" Discussed on KTRH
"I'd states are looking very closely at this situation and making a judgment about whether we need to change our security posture here in the united states four people have been taken into custody in australia but have not yet been charged the trump administration evaluating its options following north korea's second intercontinental ballistic missile test and so south korea officials have announced they planned to hold talks with the us on increasing the warhead limit for south korea missiles in response to pyongyang's aggression sounding ruled out any cut in military action could precipitate an all out war which nobody wants there are very few cyber options because this is a country that's essentially cut off from the world in every said abc news military consultant in retired marine fighter pilot steve gander we know that the administration has hinted that the next step will be economic sanctions but those sanctions will have to be tough and they'll have to be done in coordination with allies to make them stay says there's little or no ground intelligencegathering in north korea chokes iverson abc news center the senate may be moving on from endeavors to repeal and replace obamacare but it seems president trump has other ideas majority leader mitch mcconnell has that for a while now that if republicans can't repeal obamacare on their own that they will have to work with democrats to simply fix some of its problems in on friday after the latest of several failed votes this week mcconnell said that it's time to move on not everyone is ready to do that including president trump who posted a series of tweets today criticising the gop efforts on healthcare this afternoon he tweeted unless the republican senators are total quitters repeal and replace is not dead demand another vote before voting on any other bill earlier president trump threatened to end healthcare ballots for ensures that lawmakers tweeting if a new healthcare bill is not approve quickly fell out or insurance companies and ballots for members of congress will end very soon ktrh news time 1204 he the governor issued a warning to dp as governor greg abbott is asking the department of public safety you not to charge for the use of its forensic crime lab abbot reportedly sent a letter to dps director steve mccraw this week saying he believes it too premature to charge local police departments for use of the lab dps announced plans to.
"steve gander" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"In response to the north koreans the us and south korea long short range missiles off the coast of the korean peninsula there is still time for diplomacy by the us ambassador to the un said today is a dark day time is short action is required the world is on notice and so let's get to martha raddatz at our washington bureau tonight and martha as you reported there the pentagon said today that the missile the north koreans launches something the us has never seen before i right david this is exactly the kind of missile the us knew the north koreans were working on but we never expected it to be launched is soon expected say it is lieres ahead of schedule david authorised thank you years sooner as you've heard mother report there than what the us thought so let's get right to abc's military analyst retired marine colonel steven gerrard and steve you saw what martha reported there that if that missile had gone the same distance but along a different trajectory it could have made it to the us obviously this is very concerning so what does north korea really have to do now to complete its nuclear missile plan david yesterday the north koreans demonstrated that they have a rocket that can reach the united states but take a look at this image this is what's disturbing this is what we believe is a miniaturize nuclear warhead we don't know yet whether the north koreans can put the warhead with the rocket and habits survive the heat of reentry it's the last piece of the puzzle and we know they're working hard to get it the last piece of the puzzle steve gander with us tonight as well steve thank you to showdown happening at the same time president trump prepares for the high stakes meeting with russian president vladimir putin the president's one on one with putin for the first time since taking office russia saying putin will bring a full agenda to the table what is not known tonight as if either leader will bring up russian meddling and have they met before abc's cecilia vega traveling with the president in warsaw.
"steve gander" Discussed on WCHS
"Before the big red machine your year round sorts from reds fall is ninety six point five fm five eighty wchs the news kyle wiggs wherever store in just a couple of minutes i note on metronews background or new warning from the white house to syria after trump administration says the assad regime praying another possible chemical attack abc senior foreign correspondent enp now at abc news contributor colonel steve gander spoke to abc news stephanopoulos about the warning of what could come next we hear more and our buck rather start with you in use than many years in syria you know the assad regime well we don't know the intelligence behind this from the white house but we do know assad is done this before we do know the he's done it dozens of times before according to many analysts why does he do it well as has consistently defied conventional logic i mean applying the kind of analysis would say well why would you do it because president trump to strikes the syrian regime before why would you do is again those who because of the psychological impact that these weapons have and secondly because he can he does anything one response in the past and that response was affleck's v limited that's abbot of this truck was back in action within away the big question right now obviously a statement like that designed to deter assad will at work that's a very good question i mean if if people believed that president trump will respond again and we'll have to ratchet up the response then you've got to conclude the assad will we'll have to polls will have to think about whether he will he you will go through with us recipe let's talk about the possible laws now from steven kennard in tokyo and steve last time we saw a relatively low liberals and limited strike as in it was saying if the if the way as for forced to strike again would have to stand at georges just go to depend on the message that president trump wants to send he could keep it very limited member less time we saw they just hit aircraft in rabat months but if he doesn't believe that assads getting the message he could expand the targets set includes things like military headquarters the presidential palace or even assad himself the more you the more you expand the targets set the.
"steve gander" Discussed on WCHS
"Fighter jet shot down a syrian bore plane the response the pentagon says to the assad regime's bombing of usbased forces battling isis in northern syria retired marine colonel ann abc news contributor steve gander says the action could seriously escalate tensions in that region russians in the syrians have been in pushing and pushing and pushing the limits against the us in the skies over syria for a long time now the us finally pushback bestcase the set some limits and it gets actually safer over syria worse case mr putin accelerates this and turns it into a confrontation or potential confrontation between us and russian military forces the shootdown was the first of the syrian aircraft from the us military since it began fighting isis they're in 2014 in washington dc some members of congress are waiting on an answer from the trump administration to this question are there recordings are the president's conversations inside the oval office president started all the speculation about saves with a tweet the white house has refused to confirm more deny their existence residents lawyer promised that he would have an announcement about tapes and transcripts sometime later this week at the same lawyer made the same promise last week as abc's david reid reporting from the white house had talked for democrats in florida from former vice president joe biden to pick our heads up start to think big again he delivered the keynote address it saturday nights florida democratic party fundraiser in hollywood fluid in alaska abare attack has claimed the life of a teenage rauner 16yearold runner has been killed by a black bear the attack took place sunday as the gene descended the bird ridge trail head just south of anchorage a state park ranger shot the bear the face but it ran away a closeknit racing community is in shock but she was part of the juniors division of the rubber scurr memorial he'll climb race a park ranger says the team did nothing wrong he was just in the wrong place jape schreiber abc news a connecticut woman is likely facing a tip national.
"steve gander" Discussed on WTVN
"Bodies of all seven missing american sailors found in flooded sleeping quarters after the collision of navy destroyer and a cargo ship off the japanese coast friday night there questions about how a us warship with all the latest equipment was not able to avoid this collision abc news military consultant than retired marine fighter pilot colonel steve gander this occurred just ten miles offshore in one of the busiest shipping lanes in the whole world in the middle of the night the larger ship is so large it takes a lot to turn it and so that's not like your car where you can make quick changes it takes a long time to move big freyer like this and sometimes when you make wrong assumptions it's almost impossible to avoid collision because of the crash under investigation supporters with bill cosby outside the courthouse in norristown pennsylvania the judge declaring a mistrial indicating a retrial is your head in the coming months district attorney kevin steele says he hoped this trial is sent a message to anyone who's been sexually assaulted at domes of these type of crimes can come forward and can be heard that disappointment was palpable among the women who say they too have been assaulted by cosby only one was allowed to testify her attorney gloria allred we can never underestimate the blinding power celebrity fda says he'll retry the case cosby maintained his innocence brad mielke abc news norristown pennsylvania an explosion at an upscale shopping mall in bogota colombia leaves at least three people dead nine others hurt says the city's mayor who calls it a cowardly terrorist attack no word on any one claiming responsibility the the colombian government and the rebel group farc signed a peace deal last november crews continue searching charred rubble of the high rise apartment building in london gutted by fire deaths totalling more than fifty police say that number could go up no word if the 24 story building had an alarm.
"steve gander" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"He's coast friday night their questions about how a us warship with all the latest equipment was not able to avoid this collision abc news military consultant than retired marine fighter pilot colonel steve gander this occurred just ten miles offshore in one of the busiest shipping lanes in the whole world in the middle of the night the larger ship is so large and takes a lot to turn it and so that's not like your car we can make quick changes it takes a long time to move big you're like this and sometimes when you make wrong assumptions it's almost impossible to avoid collision caused the crash under investigation supporters cosby outside the courthouse norristown pennsylvania judge declaring a mistrial indicating a retrial is their head in the coming months district attorney kevin steele says he hoped this trial is sent a message to anyone who's been sexually assaulted iq domes of these type of crimes can come forward and can uh be heard that disappointment was palpable among the women who say they too of been assaulted by cosby only one was allowed to testify her attorney gloria allred we can never underestimate the blinding power of celebrity da says he'll retry the case cosby maintained his innocence brad mielke abc news norristown pennsylvania an explosion at an upscale shopping mall in bogota colombia leaves at least three people dead nine others hurt says the city's mayor who calls it a cowardly terrorist attack no word on any one claiming responsibility the colombian government and the rebel group farc signed a peace deal last november crews continue searching charred rubble of the high rise apartment building in london gutted by fire deaths totalling more than fifty police say that number could go up no word if the 24 story building had an alarm system you're listening to abc news three times 900 to to local.
"steve gander" Discussed on WCHS
"He night their questions about how a us warship with all the latest equipment was not able to avoid this collision abc news military consultant than retired marine fighter pilot colonel steve gander this occurred just ten miles offshore in one of the busiest shipping lanes in the whole world in the middle of the night the larger ship is so large it takes a lot to turn it and so it's not like your car where you can make quick changes it takes a long time to move big freighter like this and sometimes when you make wrong assumptions it's almost impossible to avoid collision because of the crash under investigation supporters with bill cosby outside the courthouse in norristown pennsylvania judge declaring a mistrial indicating a retrial is your head in the coming months district attorney kevin steele says he hoped this trial is sent a message to anyone who's been sexually assaulted victims of these type of crimes can come forward and can be heard that disappointment was palpable among the women who say they too have been assaulted by cosby only one was allowed to testify her attorney gloria allred we can never underestimate the blinding power of celebrity fda says he'll retry the case cosby maintained his innocence brad mielke abc news norristown pennsylvania an explosion at an upscale shopping mall in bogota colombia leaves at least three people dead nine others hurt says the city's mayor who calls it a cowardly terrorist attack no word on any one claiming responsibility the colombian government and the rebel group farc signed a peace deal last november crews continue searching charred rubble of the high rise apartment building in london gutted by fire deaths totalling more than fifty police say that number could go up no word if the 24 story building had an alarm.
"steve gander" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"And the pelvic area docks at the washington hospital say scully lease at another surgery today and has more responsive showing signs of improvement his condition serious issuing a statement of the past hours bill cosby's chief accuser andrea constanze lawyers thanking prosecutors for taking her case in thanking the jury which could not reach a decision the judge declaring a mistrial all but it may not be over there is a move for a retrial the judge made some indications in court that he was looking to put this on within the next hundred twenty days district attorney kevin steele says he hoped this trial is sent a message to anyone who's been sexually assaulted victims of these type of crimes can come forward and can be heard that disappointment was palpable among the women who say they too have been assaulted by cosby only one was allowed to testify her attorney gloria allred we can never underestimate the blinding power of celebrity fda says he'll retry the case cosby maintains his innocence brad mielke abc news norristown pennsylvania aircraft and ships searching for seven missing american sailors and the ceo of japan after a collision between a us navy destroyer and a huge cargo ship abc news military consultant in retired marine fighter pilot colonel steve gander fitzgerald is one of the most sophisticated ships in the us navy it has a special radar and a special so set of missiles that can actually go up in outer space and knocked down incoming a north korean missiles so one ship can protect most of northeast asian addition of those missing several people aboard were injured an independent can commission says the university of tennessee should improve its responses to allegations of sexual harassment and sexual violence on campus you're listening to abc news finding great candidates to hire can be well like trying to find a needle in a stacked sure you can post your job to some job board but then all you can do is hope the right person comes along which is why you should try ziprecruiter ziprecruiter is different it doesn't depend on candidates finding you it finds them with its powerful technology ziprecruiter distribute your job everywhere it needs to be to find the right candidates in fact over eighty percent of jobs on ziprecruiter get a qualified candidate in just one day so while other companies might deliver a lot of hey only ziprecruiter finds you what you're looking for the legal in the haystack used by businesses of all sizes since ziprecruiter offers the most qualified job candidates with immediate results and right now you can try ziprecruiter.
"steve gander" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Than the state received than revenue meals include debt and pension payments state worker paychecks and some school finding leaving no money for discretionary spending including school buses domestic violence shelters and some ambulance services susan berkous wgn news prosecutors say there will be another bill cosby the trial after the judge today declared a hung jury in his sexual assault case abc's brad mielke is at the courthouse as the judge declared a mistrial also elation had caused me supporters and result in those standing behind his accuser it's too early to celebrate mr cosby as gloria allred a lawyer representing several other women who claim cosby assaulted them cosby team as defiantly proclaimed his innocence including spokesman every wires magath you didn't go anywhere if we restore boggles attorneys who could spa gloria allred to go back your loss gooch take another clay in a statement cosby's wife camille used words like heinous and exploitative to describe the judge judge da brad mielke abc news norristown pennsylvania seven us navy sailors are still missing after a destroyer collided with a container ship off the coast of japan abc news contributor colonel steve gander says mistakes must have happened on both ships to caused that collision occurred just ten miles offshore in one of the busiest shipping lanes in the whole world in the middle of the night the larger ship is so large it takes a lot to turn it and so that's not like your car where you can make quick changes it takes a long time to move big freighter like this and sometimes when you make wrong assumptions it's almost impossible to avoid collision both us and japanese ships and aircraft are conducting search and rescue missions a sixteen year old girl been missing for three days last seen in chicago's north kenwood neighborhood isis williams was last seen in the forty six hundred block of south ellis she was wearing a white shirt and black pants police said she's black with a medium complexion brown hair brown eyes fivefoot four inches tall we as about one hundred twenty pounds a shoot a responsible for injuring a boy or a young man in a humbled park attacked this morning's still being sought by police it happened in the thirty seven hundred block of west chicago avenue around eleven o'clock this morning the victim's age has not been released he was shot in the back and his left arm.