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Grizzlies to Trade Jonas Valanciunas to Pelicans for Steven Adams, Eric Bledsoe

First Take

00:20 sec | 4 months ago

Grizzlies to Trade Jonas Valanciunas to Pelicans for Steven Adams, Eric Bledsoe

"Pelicans. Grizzlies are completing a trade to send jonas von tunis. To the new orleans in exchange for eric. Bledsoe in stephen adams the pelicans are trying to build a team around zion williamson. Who is rumored to be unhappy with. Some of the teams moves this off season. The grizzlies are looking to add. More weapons to go along with. John moran led the team to the playoffs this past

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Do Positions Even Matter Anymore?

The NBA Show

05:21 min | 11 months ago

Do Positions Even Matter Anymore?

"Now i'm joined by yahoo serious so he and she wrote this article about draymond green. She wrote an article about the idea. That draymond green is almost a position unto himself that now new players come into the league or filling in so i wanna talk to her about that and i thought it was a fascinating piece because you identified a bunch of guys use value. I think are were only just now starting to understand so before we get into our conversation about like positions and howard thinking about positions in the league across the board. Just tell me a little bit. About what attracted you to this idea in the first place like was there a big bang moment that you were like i think i ll adore is also part of this yet actually was I was watching. I was watching the rockets take on the thunder in the playoffs. And there are a few moments where statement just couldn't close out on pj talker. Who's obviously pointing the five. And then they had to madore at the five and he's six four was already crazy. The pj tucker six five center was starting and that was a response to that. It was a natural response and it was the right response. Underplayed way better with him at the five and they went away from it. Which is i think why they lost the series and it was just kind of interesting to me you know. You didn't have a workers in the playoffs. But stephen adams is being squeezed on both sides. He just can't get away from this thing. That dream on started like on one end. It's we can't defend on the other end like there's there's this young guy who's coming for a spot and he watched even again. We're gonna talk about this later. But if you watch stephen adams now not exactly fitting offense. No i mean. I almost wonder whether or not steven adams was like an enormous tax locker room. Guy like that that he was brought in. Now you can almost make the argument that he's there to give veteran leadership and just like established like a certain culture at the pelicans. Because obviously encore doesn't really work the way. I don't buy that at all veteran leadership. I can these signs of guys and then they're like yeah. That'll that'll play well. They had drew holiday last year. They found jj radic for the past two years. They have veteran leader. Sure especially since. I feel like grip is also read coyotes piece earlier this week. Try to roll bledsoe into that as well as like. No no no you guys go up bledsoe on the back end of that deal. Because that's we got. I see what they were trying to do. Which is like they have like the young guys and then they have like this mix of old guy so that young guys never turned into the wolves and wind up not knowing how like which way is up and all but they're only like a few steps better than the wolves to host stephen adams this much money also the wolves beat down. Yes that's true. How are they really. They made the wolves. Look real smart on offense. Yes which is impossible so wanted to ask you about this idea that i've been thinking about especially as regards to ben simmons which i think has become like a little bit of an obsession of mine this season. But it's like where is he appropriately situated on the court. There's like the physical like. Where does he stand part. And then there is the conceptual like do we think of him as a point guard. Do we think of a four or are we starting to introduce like a certain new kind of lexicon of the way we think about players. Like whether it's the dunker or like a cook cling cappella roller or a guy. Who is you know. There's all sorts of a huge constellation of terms. We use. Is that a better way to think about these guys in does change their value at all. Because i thought like your idea here that the draymond is almost a new position. Now you could look for was fascinating and there's no question to me that it changes the value of the players of one of the things. I noticed while reporting that article was just the fact that once you name something you start seeing it everywhere like tournament use that you see in life all the time and it was. It was pointed to detrimental. These guys because they were doing things in the court and a lot of the people i talked to. Just one of the things to that stuck out was scouts. Were just like you. Just don't don't doubt winning. If the guy has contributed to winning plays this was this was wrong. One of the college scouts said scouted grant williams. So if the guy's making winning plays don't outsmart yourself just because you can't find a way to put it in a box. It's probably something that you don't quite understand yet just because you can't understand it doesn't mean it's not effective in that definitely plays a role with a lot of guys in the league. So yeah tha t to that point a changes your changes your value just because like this league is a lot more because a lot more than i think people realize it. A lot of people are out to win. Press conferences in if you can't quite explain what you're going for with certain player. I think it makes it harder for you to recognize. It also makes it harder for you to sell which matters on every level matters when you're scouting and you're trying to convince your head coach your your gm or somebody else and then for the gm. It's like trying to convince the owner. Then you know that's gonna be that's gonna be defined the depending on the franchise you are. Some of that is going to be defined by the media will perceive a certain selection to Be it's interesting. i think i'm kind of. I'm kind of going to this place whereby my pet theory now watching the heat watching the sixers has become that you can. You're allowed to have if you really smart. And if the other shooters are andrew or really good they can make plays. You're allowed to have two guys. That aren't very good shooting on the court

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:53 min | 11 months ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And life. No one who had spent time with Steve Adams came away without respecting him greatly. And also the fact that That he was a force and the legal community he and it was originally judge Mark Painter and later on it, and he had other collaborators put together the textbook for defending. Drunk driving another drug incidents and he died way too early in his life. And every day Penny and I talk about Steven R. Adams from the Penny got to the prosecutor's office. She she trained Steve Adams. And this is going back 25 or 30 years. And then he went out on his own. Penny went to the bench, and every day I spent with Steve Adams was a good day. It was never you could not have a bad day around Steve Adams. So, uh, Let's continue and very special passing. Ah, if someone I'm in the seventh inning in my life, I'd like to make it all nine innings. I think I will. And for those who have not made it to this point. They have gone before us. Many marked with the sign of faith and their presence will be missed. But let's take some telephone calls and Aziz segment announced this the last show I'm going to do until 2021 God willing It's first go to rob in Lebanon. And then Sean and Pete and Lenny. If you have some final comments to make about politics, sports what's happening tonight with Monday Night football? Maybe Governor DeWine Maybe the passing of someone special to you. My airwaves. Yours will take calls up to three o'clock and then heading the rock will be here and more. Let's go to Robin Levin in the home of the Golden lamb. And Robin, Lebanon. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show. Rob, Go ahead for the past couple of decades, Bill I've been meaning to call you to tell you a quick little story about a true thing. Your mother It's been about 20 years, I would guess now I'm a retired health care provider. And I received a phone call from a friend of mine who was a nurse, and I believe these on your wife's side of the family. And during this time your mom bless her heart was going through some medical crisis. I don't recall what it was. I think memory serves. It was a cardiovascular issue of some sort of another. Called me up and said, Hey, Rob, Would you be willing to go and visit and check on Miss Cunningham? This happens to be Bill's Mama said, Of course, no problem. Happy to do it so I would stop by her home a few times a week over a course of a month or two and check her vital signs. Make sure she was Doing well, unstable And of course they're in this time she was she never let anyone know it. But she was struggling, and she always struggled with a smile on his face. Bill. I want to tell you two quick stories here. First story was to this day 20 years later, I can initialize the face of your mother. I don't think she weighed £95 soaking wet if memory serves And I remember the day I was checking her blood pressure. And you happened to walk in. I would always go see her about 10 11 o'clock in the morning, and I believe you would go by and stop in on your way to the studio. I was checking her blood pressure one day and all of a sudden she got her eyes lit up. And she got a smile on her face. And you could tell something was different. Right here. It was the minute You walked into that home and walked by. In her eyes and her smile told me Every parent is proud of the Children. But with that told me was she was proud to be your mother. And to this day I can still see her eyes light up in that smile on her face. The first time you walked through that house when I was there, and I wanted to pass that along to you. I also wanted to give you one more quick. Brief point. You came in a couple days later, maybe a week or two. You came in on your way to the studio pass through the back room where I would go back and I'd visitor it was summertime. The doors were open and so forth. And you walked in. Mom, How are you? Love you, blah, blah, blah human. It's later you grab something from the kitchen. Cookie muffin. I don't recall what it was a long time ago. And you were heading out the door and on your way out the door. She stopped you. Billy, Did you clean up your mess in the kitchen? You turned around you did a one e and about face. You took your hind and right back to that kitchen. I heard you fumbling around in there. Whatever mess you made, you cleaned up the moral of that story. Even when she didn't feel well, even when she was having a medical crisis. We never stopped being a mom and a month. And to this day 20 years later, I remember the look in her eyes, the smile on her face and that lesson She taught me by the current I'll never stop being a mom or Dad and I've been wanting to call you to tell you that for many, many years and so merry Christmas, you often say to people who call in You know you're a great American, or you're a saint. But you're this. You're that And you often say you are a true great American. Your mom was truly a saint Merri Creek, You know, Rob, one last thought she lived 89 years. Then she died on Valentine's Day on bond a couple days before she died the last four days. It was obvious that we spoke to the doctors, that Jewish hospital and she went in, She wasn't gonna come out. And they gave us the options and dying. And I said, You know what? Mom would not want anything extraordinary did but we've There was someone with her the entire four days every hour all night. Long morning. Whatever we were there, and I The night before. It was kind of my turn. But it was a labor of love. I spent about 68 hours with her. I got off there about three o'clock and I was with her until midnight. And she had lucid and not so much of lucid moments. By this point, you probably didn't weigh £80 at this point. And heart difficulties, and she kind of woke up because there was a basketball game on and during. It was something on it. And my mother for some odd reason she never played. But she loved to watch basketball, and she she held my hand and said, Billy, would you sit with we see if you find a basketball game on so I flicked the channels and normally in those circumstances. Ah, person near death that she died the next day would not want to watch a basketball game. But she said, Billy, and I always loved watching you play basketball in Dear Park, So we spent about an hour watching North Carolina. Play North Carolina State in basketball in February of the year she died was 27. She was lucid. We talked about things about Gordon Battery No on about Jerry Wood, and about About about Hank Estes and all of that stuff, and we spent two or three hours together, And then she lapsed back into May I see unconsciousness, and she never regained consciousness after that. She died the next day. And at her memorial service is Saint Savior. I talked about the assets that she left and I didn't have to get a hold of Chuck came mind to do in any estate work. Goes air assets were not in gold and silver and stocks and bonds her as her assets where the Children the employees, they average Americans who interacted with her. Whether it was somebody cutting her hair or someone delivering the newspaper or someone cutting the grass or cysts, they regular person living a normal and a good life. She wouldn't run into. And I can't tell you how many years have gone by 3456 times a year, and it continues..

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Part by the independent electrical Contractors of Greater Cincinnati, the law offices of Steven R. Adams and Ox Your gas Now here are Dan Horde and use his head coach John Brannan, on the home of the bear Cats 700 wlw. Dan Horde of Bear Cats head coach John Brannan. Tonight the Cats look to break a five game losing streak as they face SM you in Dallas. Three of you sees last four games have been decided in the final minute in coach Brandon says his team is close to turning the corner. The energy they had less to practices have been Eyes rewarding to me is anything because hand anywhere you've lost someone around. There's no students on campus. You sometimes you fight that. I haven't thought that all of these guys which has been you know, that's why I like this group a lot. What I do think we're gonna end up where we need to be. But honestly, it's gotta happen sooner than later. Because you know that losing these be done. We need to start winning games. It won't be easy tonight as Sam US six and won and led by Kendrick Davis, who leads the American in scoring at 19.7 points a game. Tip off tonight. Is it seven o'clock? A pregame coverage will started. 6 30 news radio 700 wlw listening to the bear Can't report on the home of the bear cats 700 wlw. News, traffic and Weather News Radio 700 w L jealousy Cincinnati Calls from both sides of the aisle. They have the president removed from office with a 12. O'clock report on Brian comes breaking now 25th amendment in this nightmare, Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger says it's time for President Trump to be removed from office. He says the country cannot afford to wait for two weeks to the inauguration of Joe Biden Kinzinger once the president's Cabinet to meet And vote him out yesterday became evident that not only has the president abdicated his duty to protect the American people and the People's House In vote and inflamed passions that only gave fueled of the insurrection that we saw her. When pressed to move and denounced the violence. He barely did so. Well, of course, victimizing himself and seeming to give a wink and a nod to those doing it. The other Republican congressman, local lawmaker Brad Wind Strip, says the people who rioted her blame for the behavior. But he says President Trump Disappointed him in his reaction. We ever responsibility of leaders just call this out as wrong. It's wrong. This first go away. No excuses for it When shit's gonna be Bill Cunningham's guest coming right up here on 700 WLW, one of the biggest supporters of President Trump, in a former member of his Cabinet has been ex Attorney General Bill Bar today. Bar speaking out. Against him as well. Bart tells The Associated Press The president's actions, quote orchestrating a mob to pressure Congress is inexcusable. He calls the actions of betrayal of his office and supporters. Former House Speaker John Boehner, another Republican firing, criticizing criticism, and his party is well on Twitter, the West.

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And also the fact that That he was a force and the legal community he and it was originally judge Mark Painter and later on it, and he had other collaborators put together the textbook for defending. Drunk driving another drug incidents and he died way too early in his life. And every day Penny and I talk about Steven R. Adams from the Penny got to the prosecutor's office. She She trained Steve Adams. And this is going back 25 or 30 years And then he went out on his own. Penny went to the bench and every day I spent with Steve Adams. Was a good day. It was never you could not have a bad day around Steve Adams. So, uh, Let's continue and very special passing. If someone I'm in the seventh inning in my life, I'd like to make it all nine innings. I think I will. And for those who have not made it to this point. They have gone before us. Many marked with the sign of faith and their presence will be missed. But let's take some telephone calls and Aziz segment announced this the last show I'm going to do until 2021 God willing It's first go to rob in Lebanon. And then Sean and Pete and Lenny. If you have some final comments to make about politics, sports what's happening tonight with Monday Night football? Maybe Governor DeWine Maybe the passing of someone special to you. My airwaves of yours will take calls up to three o'clock and then heading the rock will be here and more on Let's go to Robin Levin in the home of the Golden lamb. And Robin, Lebanon. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show. Rob, Go ahead for the past couple decades, Bill, I've been meaning to call you to tell you a quick little story about a true thing. Your mother It's been about 20 years, I would guess now I'm a retired health care provider. And I received a phone call from a friend of mine who was a nurse, and I believe these on your wife's side of the family. And during this time your mom bless her heart was going through some medical crisis. I don't recall what it was. I think memory serves. It was a cardiovascular issue of some sort or another. Called me up and said, Hey, Rob, Would you be willing to go and visit and check on Miss Cunningham? This happens to be Bill's mom. I said, Of course, no problem. Happy to do it so I would stop by her home a few times a week over a course of a month or two and check her vital signs. Make sure she was doing well, unstable. And of course they're in this time she was She never let anyone know it. But she was struggling, and she always struggled with a smile on her face. Bill. I want to tell you two quick stories here. The first story was to this day 20 years later, I can visualize the face of your mother. I don't think she weighed £95 soaking wet if I if memory serves And I remember the day I was checking her blood pressure and you happened to walk in. I would always go see her about 10 11 o'clock in the morning, and I believe you would go by and stop in on your way to the studio. I was checking her blood pressure one day and all of a sudden she got her eyes lit up. And she got a smile on her face. And you could tell something was different. Right here. It was the minute You walked into that home and walked by. In her eyes and her smile told me Every parent is proud of the Children. But with that told me was she was proud to be your mother. And to this day I can still see her eyes light up in that smile on her face. The first time you walked through that house when I was there, and I wanted to pass that along to you. I also wanted to give you one more quick. Brief point. You came in a couple days later, maybe a week or two. You came in on your way to the studio pass through the back room where I would go back and I'd visitor it was summertime. The doors were open and so forth. And you walked in. Mom, How are you? Love you, blah, blah, blah human. It's later you grab something from the kitchen. Cookie muffin. I don't recall what it was a long time ago. And you were heading out the door and on your way out the door. She stopped you. Billy, Did you clean up your mess in the kitchen? You turned around you did a one e an about face. You took your hind and right back to that kitchen. I heard you fumbling around in there. Whatever mess you made, you cleaned up the moral of that story. Even when she didn't feel well, even when she was having a medical crisis. We never stopped being a mom and a month. Into this day 20 years later, I remember the look in her eyes, the smile on her face and that lesson She taught me as a parent. I'll never stop being a mom or a dad and I've been wanting to call you to tell you that for many, many years and so merry Christmas, you often say to people who call in You know you're a great American, or you're a saint. You're this. You're that And you often say you are a true great American. Your mom was truly a saint. Merry Chris. You know, Rob, one last thought she lived 89 years. Then she died on Valentine's Day on bond a couple days before she died the last four days. It was obvious. We spoke to the doctors that Jewish hospital And she went in. She was gonna come out and they gave us the options and dying. And I said, You know what? Mom would not want anything extraordinary did but we've There was someone with her the entire four days every hour all night. Long morning. Whatever we were there, and I Night before it was kind of my turn. But it was a labor of love. I spent about 68 hours with her. I got off there about three o'clock and I was with her until midnight. And she had lucid and not so much of lucid moments. By this point, she probably didn't weigh £80 at this point. Can heart difficulties and she kind of woke up because there was a basketball game on and during. It was something on it. And my mother for some odd reason she never played. But she loved to watch basketball, and she she held my hand and said, Billy, would you sit with we see if you find a basketball game on, so I flicked the channels and normally in those circumstances, Ah, person near death and she died. The next day would not want to watch a basketball game..

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Ingram leads Pelicans to 113-80 win over Thunder

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Ingram leads Pelicans to 113-80 win over Thunder

"Brandon Ingram furnished twenty points and seven rebounds before being ejected in the third quarter of the pelicans pounding of the thunder one thirteen to eighty Bledsoe's arm caught eyes they're Roby across the faces Roby look for a layup on a fast break officials ruled a flagrant foul and ejected Ingram Eric Bledsoe added seventeen points and Lonzo ball at sixteen with nine assists and eight rebounds for New Orleans which lost all four of its games last season to the founder al Horford led the thunder with seventeen points and six rebounds Steven Adams chipped in fourteen points and ten boards in his first game with Oklahoma City I'm Dave Ferrie

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Quick bites to eat it. Lunch and family meals for dinner. Dawson's market can't be beat for fresh and fast food. Make every meal easier with Dawson's market Lagaan to Johnson's market dot com and click the truck icon to get a coupon for $10 off any purchase $50 in over at 2 25 North Washington Street in Rockville Dawson's market Get closer to your Food football report brought to you in part by the Law offices of Steven R. Adams on 700 Wlw. Now here are Dan Horde and you see his head coach Luke Fickell, Dan Horde of Bear Cats. Head coach Luke Fickell, you see, did not play over the weekend to Saturday's game. A temple was canceled due to positive covert 19 tested both schools. The bear. Cats already had this coming Saturday off before ending the regular season at Tulsa on December 12th and then playing in the American Athletic Conference championship game the following week. The very cats were ranked seventh in the first college football playoff rankings after winning their first eight games by an average of 26 points. I hope like I've been saying it's not just your margin of victories, but the way in which you've performed, and I mean that in all three phases of the game, you know, early on everybody was talking about defense. Defense defense is what you guys are and And the reality is, um, you know, this team is really Ah, three headed monster fires on all cylinders, and it's not just defense. It's not just offense. I mean, after what we did. Kicking the ball last week as well with with yokels. We all know that the punting game is been incredible the last four years with Jimmy Smith, but I think that I. Hopefully that's a lot of what's being kind of scene here and and coming out and what they think of our program because of the balance of what we've done on the football field and the strength of what what our conference is done. No game for coach Pickles Bear cats this Saturday, But we do have bear cat basketball to look forward to the Cats Open the season on Wednesday night at five versus Lips come And you'll hear the game on NewsRadio 700 wlw in listening to the bear Can't report on 700 wlw the home of the bear Cats. News, traffic and weather News Radio 700 w.

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You in part by the law offices of Steven R. Adams on 700 wlw. Now here are Dan horde and you see his head coach Luke Fickell Dan hoarded their cat's head coach, Luke Fickell coach. Perhaps the best tight end in the NFL right now is a former bear cat. Travis Kelsey. Last week against UCF. Current Bear Cat Tight ends Josh Wiley and Leonard Taylor combined for 11 catches 157 yards and two touchdowns. What makes the tight end position so important in your offense? Should been three touchdowns, but we'll go with the two touchdowns. I think for a lot of reasons when we came in here with coach Dem Brock I said, I really would love for us to find a way to become a little bit more of a too tight and team just because I think it's a really difficult matchup defensively. But coach he has done it. Coach Dambrot has done a phenomenal job. He coaches the tight ends. He obviously has worked him in. Ah lot. We've had a lot of, you know really good play from that position, not just this year, but obviously with Joe Seider Guara, um so the ability for those guys to have a big part of the offense along with abilities, But I think also the way that coach den Brock has really kind of work them into the offense. It's It's everybody. It's as a whole, their abilities. Um, to make some mismatches, but also to create some things for that position because we got some really good players there. The bear Cats were scheduled to play a temple on Saturday, but that game has been canceled due to positive covert 19 tests at both schools, you see, is not scheduled to play again until December, 12th At number 24. Tulsa Dan. Hard news radio 700 WLW in.

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Dwight Howard to sign one-year deal with Philadelphia Sixers

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Dwight Howard to sign one-year deal with Philadelphia Sixers

"Season. The Lakers agreed to terms with reigning six men of the year mantra is Harold. He spent the past three seasons with the Clippers. Lakers also agreed to a one year deal with guard forward Wesley Matthews. Center Dwight Howard leaves the Lakers and agrees to a one year contract with the Sixers. The thunder sends center Steven Adams of the Pelicans in exchange for a protected first round pick in two feature picks. The Kings and guard the Oran Fox agree in a five year extension worth Arjun Susie. Three million and guard Joe Harris will re sign with the Nets for four years of

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Oklahoma City Thunder agree to trade James Johnson to Dallas Mavericks

Oklahoma Real Estate On The Move with Becky Ivns

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Oklahoma City Thunder agree to trade James Johnson to Dallas Mavericks

"First you Oklahoma thunders longest tenured and most beloved players. Steven Adams is being traded to the New Orleans pelicans, according to a report from ESPN and the athletic. It's part of a multi team trade. The thunder are getting future 1st and 2nd round draft picks in exchange for Adams. Thunder also traded James Johnson to Dallas for two players in a draft pick the

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"S. Congressman Brent Spence of Northern and Ducky. It was conjured and thought about in 1958 because inner interstate highway system Was coming through. I can recall as I was going down his spring Grove Cemetery on Saturday to visit the grave of my good friend Steven R. Adams. I said to my wife when I was a boy. Remember my dad in a car and I said, Daddy, how come there's no stop lights on the street? It was I 75 he said. Well, Billy This is called an expressway. I said, this is unbelievable. That was like a 1919 60 to 63 when the thing open up. It's unbelievable. Unbelievable that here we are 20 years after it was considered to be replaced, and it would take at least from this 200.8 to 10 years to replace it. That no government has made action and it's costing all of us now. 200,000 motorists, hopefully, a few days. Maybe not a few weeks or a few months. A replacement About 20 years ago, and sheriff Dave recalls. There was a terrible accident in northern Kentucky coming down that cut in the hill and Martha Lane Collins showed up. Okay, That's it. We're going to straighten this thing out. That took years. I looked to my right on. I 71 The highway folks have been working on. I 71 through the second cut. Neil and Ken would for years, not even close to getting it done. In 1958, without the access to computers and and digital matters encoding without the access to modern building techniques, the Americans allied and alive in 1958 within five years. Said. Do we need a bridge? Yes, Here comes 75. Where's it going to be coming to Newport, East west. Okay, let's put it right there Within five years of that. It was schedule open on November the 22nd 1963 at two PM We know what happened on that day. It was delayed until the next week. And now it's been functioning that way. What for 60 years. And we've known for 20 years that had to be replaced because there's nowhere to pull off and someone is on the Brent Spence Bridge and you have a breakdown or a difficulty. Doesn't have a line you go to and out of harm's way. So now this horrible accident happened this morning involving Ah Terrible ignite a ble chemicals, resulting in probable damage, at least to the concrete and maybe the superstructure of the Brent Spence Bridge. I pray to God it's open in a week. That would be a miracle and no damage to the concrete. And his government incompetence at its best. Every presidential candidate George Bush, 40 43 said. We're going to replace it when Obama was in front of it, saying replaced it and then Trump came here and said, We've got to replace it. There was a golden moment about 89 years ago. In which Mitch McConnell, Kentucky headed up the Senate. And you're a good friend of mine, John Boehner. Headed up the house. He was a speaker in 09 and 10. What 10 12 years ago. In which it was said at a meeting. Obama.

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Customer for toilet paper and other items as covert 19 cases and jitters over new potential staying home orders climb. My good friend Rodney McMullen. Nation's largest supermarket said it implemented limits few days ago to be proactive, adding that has not seen a jump in demand for key staples, including paper towels, disinfecting wipes and soap and toilet paper. Company said they haven't had any difficulties yet, but says to ensure that all customers have access to what they need. We proactively and temporarily set purchase limits for two per customer and certain products. So this is to keep a run on the store. You know, I'm saying It's going to run because There's rumors and I think what I'll do with the sheriff Dave's permission in 20 minutes. I'll call Mike off Mike DeWine off the air. See if we come on there, because that is a news conference on Thursday, it seemed rather dire. That Ah, more strong measures may be taken because of the uptick in Cove, it 19. There are judges and and lawyers all over that. I know that have covert 19 majority of whom have Little or no symptoms, but a couple of them have rather serious symptoms. And so we're going to see what happens And this comes at a time when I'm gonna have difficulties because of the weather. Also wanna compliment Allison Rogers and her husband, Josh. She's AH, Weather meteorologist Allison Rogers, a Channel five were engaged for 18 hours before tying the knot in August. One this plan, but there was a cancer diagnosis flipped their world upside down. Took the plunge in the marriage quickly haven't looked back. And Robinson. The husband, Josh Robinson was diagnosed with cancer and I haven't met my knowledge. I've not met Allison Rogers at Channel five, but they live in Hyde Park. I've been looking at engagement rings. She was diagnosed with classical Hodgkin lymphoma. Cancer was caught early. The prognosis is good. But with that Josh Robinson asked Allison Rogers to marry him. And I got done within about 18 hours. And they decided to skip the engagement and skip all the planning went to the courthouse got married, said We're going to live our lives because tomorrow is promised to No one. And that brings to mind I got to get to the calls. I know. That Ah, in the law, I've never had a closer friend in my life than Stephen R. Adams. Just a wonderful person. A great father. Spectacular lawyer. Who was killed on Sunday morning. Tomorrow. Saturday at 1 30. There's a public celebration of life of the boathouse. And no one lived their life more fully and had more friends and more Maura friendliness and Stephen are Adams. He basically created in this community. The idea that if you get stopped by the Po Po And you blow above the limit point a waiter for many years of his 0.0.10. That number one. You shouldn't say no to the Po Po and number two. Those are things you should fight. He created the idea that a 0.10 r 0.8. It's not tantamount to guilty, took the same coursework as cops would take. Then he tore apart what they were taught. Then he had experts that would tear apart the cross examination. Through cross examination of those who gave the breathalyser the in toxic Leiser. He was riding his bike. In which he loved to do. He was an avid physical fitness, not Steven are. Adam's represented Ohio in AA and in various athletic pursuits, the Iron man competitions in which he would swim 2.5 miles in the ocean. And then he would bicycle for 50 Miles, and then he would run a marathon after that. All in one day consecutively. And the only thing I could do because of hip and knee problems towards the end was riding a bicycle. Getting assuming polls is difficult and, of course, very difficult also to be running marathons all the time, but almost every day. It would take his bicycle. And he would go down Eastern Avenue from the boathouse. He loved the boathouse and he'd go down Eastern Avenue Hook up with Logan Airport, dude, like the six mile around the berm and then go back. Take about an hour and 10 minutes. He cleared his mind, for reasons unclear. There was a vehicle on Sunday morning about 6 45 am that hit the bicycle of my friend, Steven R. Adams, who office with two days before his death. Came over our house and by the way when Penny My wife. The people's Judge got out of law school, Ron Pani Otto hired her as a magistrate for six years. And D are court and then she wanted prosecutorial experience. And Joe Deters hired Penny. But most importantly, He said to Steven R. Adams wanted you train our new prosecutor, Penny cutting him. She stayed there under Steve's to Italy's for about two years, and then governor Voinovich appointed her To the To the bench. First A. D. R. She received every award. The Bar association could give her And then she was appointed by Governor Taft to the Ohio Court of Appeals, where she stayed for more than 12 years. What began with Steven Adams. Helping my wife in the prosecutor's office and that, along with Ron Pani Otto launched her To her career in the law, and she retired with things of a grateful nation about a year ago. And we saw him invited him over. He came over the house about once or twice a month for sitting on the kitchen table. Talk about our seminar. We have justice Sharon Kennedy on the phone. Talking about availabilities in December were discussing whether or not it makes sense to do illegal seminar in this climate. We decided to delay it. And that was a seminar at the Hyatt Regency once a year that Steve created 10 years ago in which 100 lawyers and judges and prosecutors would come to the Hyatt So listen to Steve Adams Talk about developments and dio I drug and alcohol law, and he would teach prosecutors and judges about the new developments. In the law, he wrote several books. Most recently it was called by Black Jack about howto have defense lawyers. On a vehicular incident..

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'm Billie Cunningham. The Great American Welcome All Soulsday November, the second Monday afternoon. The tristate show planned today and Lot of sadness here because of what happened to my friend Steven R. Adams. Yesterday morning he was killed. In a vehicular incident. He was on a bicycle. The accident if it was one took place at 42 67 Eastern Avenue. And my friend Steven or Adam stopped by the man called a man. Instead, he was riding his bicycle about 6:30 A.m. yesterday morning and vehicular traffic. Someone hit him. And he was killed taking the hospital. He died there and the person being the coward that he or she is drove off. We're going to have more on this later on. And ah For those who knew him well for this family for his wife and his two boys. It's more than a tragedy. It's a life altering event. But life goes on. I'm gonna have scheduled today. Eric Trump have scheduled today. Rudolph Giuliani also a call from Joe Livorno, who is the chief economist for President Trump in the White House, and so much more, but until then, Eric Trump. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show. I do Well, Bill I'm doing well. It's great to be on how many seminars have sleep to get each day? Very little, very little spent the entire day in Pennsylvania and I will experience in Carbondale on the eastern side of ST Northeast A and then I was Serial the way on the way all the way on the western side of state, and we've been all over Florida yesterday, and we've been working on a bell. Please work hard. You were not involved in politics at all till about 45 years ago, and then the Trump family got in because of the failures of The previous administration, which which are apparent your father reference that, of course, during the debate, he wouldn't have run if somehow the previous administration Obama Biden had done a great job. Do you have a sense? I know you're a businessman. Your business later you're philanthropist. Do you have a sense of how important this is not just for you and your family and your father. But for the United States of America and for freedom I compared to the 18 60 for election where if McClellan had beaten Lincoln We would had more than one country into you. So called United States the McClellan wanted to get rid of the civil war. And essentially, if your father wins, the United States continues as a participatory republic. If your father loses because of Joe Biden, we go to socialism to Venezuela. Do you and your family have a sense? How important this is to the history of this country. Well, there's no question about it. There's no question about it, Bill. That's why we do it. I mean, listen, eh, can I can I say that politics Every aspect of politics is an enjoyable No, hopefully not. Listen. They tried to impeach my father. You see what they do to it every single day. I mean, every single day they come after us viciously, you know absolutely viciously and They come after kids. They tried to impeach him. They made up the Russia hoax made a crane ho Look what they did to break Cavanaugh's life going on, and people see that every single day and I truly believe that we are fighting for This country. And when I say this country, I'm talking about the American flag in the preservation of the American flag. I'm talking about our national anthem. On people who want you know, Neil, for people who want to kneel for the You know and burn the American flag. People who want to take a pledge of allegiance out of school. My father is not gonna let that happen. You just not going to allow it. Toe happen. I mean, where I believe we're fighting for faith in this nation, You know, you see them taking out the words under God in the Pledge of Allegiance, you know, trying to take in God we trust on from national currency, Emin. This isn't the Democratic Party. You and I have talked about this a million times. Even the Democratic Party of J. F. K. This is a radical radical Democratic Party Ilan Omar Maxine Waters and at Nancy Pelosi. There's a reason we fight and then a look at what's happened. Law enforcement a lot six months in this country where they want to defund the police. And, um, you know, look at what they want to do. You know, I go on non Look what the detour. Military running it into the ground and look at them giving $150 billion. So I ran a country that chant death to America. I mean, this is a radical party and it's the reason we fight. You know, earlier today, I'm listening to all the pundits and the experts and you went through this. We went through this four years ago. I go not a newsmax dot com and there's one pole out of 14. That is your dad winning one out of 14. And the rest of you have your dad losing generally in Wisconsin by 14 points and my home state of Ohio. I suppose that your dad is losing in Pennsylvania. You're down three points when you travel, the highways and byways and when I speak to Americans in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin. I get calls from Nevada. I get calls all over the country. And I'm thinking I don't feel any excitement for Joe Biden. What it is, is an unreasoned hatred for Donald Trump and on the one side outside's complete love. How much should we ignore the polls Because I've been at this business almost 40 years in the Midwest, and I have never seen whether it was Obama and 08. Or whether it was Reagan in 1980 Anything close to the passion that your father wells up in the hearts and souls of we've Midwesterners because we Midwesterners have been told for many months, Eric Trump. Don't go to school. Don't go to church. Don't go to work. You can't go to a funeral..

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:41 min | 1 year ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For toilet paper and other items as covert 19 cases and jitters over new potential staying home orders climb. My good friend Rodney McMullen, nation's largest supermarket, said it implemented limits few days ago to be proactive, adding that has not seen a jump in demand for key staples, including paper towels, disinfecting wipes and soap and toilet paper. Company said they haven't had any difficulties yet, but says to ensure that all customers have access to what they need. We proactively and temporarily set purchase limits for two per customer and certain products. So this is to keep a run on the store. You know, I'm saying It's going to run because There's rumors and I think what I'll do. It's a sheriff Dave's permission in 20 minutes. I'll call Mike off Mike DeWine off the air. See if we come on there, because that is a news conference on Thursday, it seemed rather dire. That Ah, more strong measures may be taken because of the uptick and cove. It's 19. There are judges and and lawyers all over that. I know that have covert 19 majority of whom have Little or no symptoms, but a couple of them have rather serious symptoms. And so we're going to see what happens And this comes at a time when Goingto have difficulties because of the weather. Also wanna compliment Allison Rogers and her husband, Josh. She's AH weather meteorologist Allison Rogers, a channel five. Engaged for 18 hours before tying the knot in August. Oneness plan, But there was a cancer diagnosis flipped their world upside down. Took the plunge in the marriage quickly haven't looked back. And Robinson. The husband, Josh Robinson was diagnosed with cancer and I haven't met my knowledge. I've not met Allison Rogers of Channel five, but they live in Hyde Park. I've been looking at engagement rings. He was diagnosed with classical Hodgkin lymphoma. Cancer was caught early. The prognosis is good. But with that Josh Robinson asked Allison Rogers to marry him. And I got done within about 18 hours. And they decided to skip the engagement and skip all the planning went to the courthouse got married, said We're going to live our lives because tomorrow is promised to No one. And that brings to mind I got to get to the calls. I know. That Ah, in the law, I've never had a closer friend in my life than Stephen R. Adams. Just a wonderful person. A great father. Spectacular lawyer. Who was killed on Sunday morning. Tomorrow. Saturday at 1 30. There's a public celebration of life in the boathouse. And no one lived their life more fully and had more friends and more Maura friendliness. And Stephen are Adams he basically created in this community. The idea. But if you could stop by the Po Po And you blow above the limit point a waiter for many years of his 0.0.10. That number one. You shouldn't say no to the Po Po and number two. Those are things you should fight. He created the idea that a 0.10 r 0.8. It's not tantamount to guilty, took the same coursework as cops would take any tore apart what they were taught, and he had experts that would tear apart the cross examination. Through a cross examination of those who gave the breathalyser the in toxic Leiser. He was riding his bike. In which he loved to do. He was an avid physical fitness nut, Steven are Adam's represented Ohio in AA and in various athletic pursuits, the Iron man competitions in which he would swim 2.5 miles in the ocean. And then he would bicycle for 50 Miles, and then he would run a marathon after that. All in one day consecutively. And the only thing I could do because of hip and knee problems towards the end was riding a bicycle. Getting assuming polls is difficult and, of course, very difficult also to be running marathons all the time, but almost every day. It would take his bicycle. And he would go down Eastern Avenue from the boathouse. He loved the boathouse and he'd go down Eastern Avenue Hook up with Logan Airport Dude, like the six mile around the berm and then go back. Take about an hour and 10 minutes cleared his mind, for reasons unclear. There was a vehicle on Sunday morning about 6 45 am that hit the bicycle of my friend, Steven R. Adams, who office with two days before his death. Came over our house and by the way when Penny My wife. The people's Judge got out of law school, Ron Penny Otto hired her as a magistrate for six years. And D are court and then she wanted prosecutorial experience. And Joe Deters hired Penny. But most importantly, He said to Steven R. Adams wanted you train our new prosecutor, Penny cutting him. She stayed there under Steve's to Leeds for about two years, and then governor Voinovich appointed her To the To the bench. First A. D. R. She received every award. The Bar association could give her And then she was appointed by Governor Taft to the Ohio Court of Appeals, where she stayed for more than 12 years. What began with Steven Adams. Helping my wife in the prosecutor's office and that, along with Ron Pani Otto launched her To her career in the law, and she retired with the thanks of a grateful nation about a year ago. And we saw him invited him over. He came over the house about once or twice a month for sitting on the kitchen table. Talk about our seminar. We have justice Sharon Kennedy on the phone. Talking about availabilities in December were discussing whether or not it makes sense to do illegal seminar In this climate, we decided to delay it. And that was a seminar at the Hyatt Regency once a year that Steve created 10 years ago in which 100 lawyers and judges and prosecutors would come to the Hyatt So listen to Steve Adams Talk about developments and dio I drug and alcohol law, and he would teach prosecutors and judges about the new developments. And the law. He wrote several books. Most recently it was called by Black Jack about howto have defense lawyers. On a vehicular incident. To represent clients. You were wrongfully charged. It is so ironic that my friend spent his life representing individuals in vehicular incidents and he dies in a vehicular incident. I spoke to some law enforcement officials this morning. About the person that did this to my friend. And I understand there may be some developments happening over the weekend or next week. But nonetheless, it puts in perspective, things that we think are important. And it's important to have the right political leadership. It's important to have a job or a career that is interesting and provocative. It's important to have a few bucks in the bank and pass it on to your loved ones. But when something happens like this to a friend You didn't need to die. He had done nothing wrong in his life that would cause his death and he was exercising. One might argue whether or not being in the dark on Eastern Avenue early in the morning. It is safer, not put that off to decide what differences and make it in a sense when I was told this morning about the investigation of apprehending the person responsible I was interested to hear what was going on with the case, and I pray to God. That person receives a full measure of justice and I will do everything in my small abilities to make it occur because what he did was unspeakable to Steven Adams to his body. Ain't into his wife into his Children to die alone on Eastern Avenue. In the dark. Horrible pain. By himself. It's just something I can't imagine so tomorrow Saturday at 1 30, the public is welcomed. To come to the Montgomery and boathouse. To celebrate. The life of Steven R. Adams. We'll never see him again. That doesn't exist on on Easter. He'd come in here with a literally an Easter bunny outfit on If it was the fourth of July. He did go out and have made Uncle Sam outfits. He'd walk around bars and Thanksgiving when Thanksgiving on that Wednesday before and a turkey outfit handing out his card. And we had disputes about whether or not that was very professional or not. But my God, was he entertaining? You could not be around Steven Adams without feeling good. We were talking just before his death about him and I and the wives going out to Las Vegas because of a seminar in March. And we were getting the dates. Let's try to make it happen. I like going to Las Vegas. But I said it might be tough to go there in this climate. Who knows what it's going to bathe? This? Covert 19 isn't getting better. It's getting worse. Has exhibited by the fact that a Kroger they're limiting purchases so that people don't begin hoarding toilet paper. For God's sakes. That wasn't Steve's character at all he was giving. He was warm. It was welcoming numerous charitable causes that he benefited. And he died really in.

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Steven or Adam stopped by the man called the Man who was killed on Sunday morning by a car was the two or three most unusual persons I've ever met. Because what he did was take the practice of law, and he made it Germain to average Americans. And a lot of cops didn't like him at all because he put him through there. Steps. But every time a cop got in trouble, Guess what he was there, He called Steven R. Adams. And there have been one or two judges that have gotten into trouble. Guess what? I'd call Steven R. Adams. Because he was the best of what he did. And there's just a hole in my heart. I cried for an hour and it's just a hole in my heart. I got a call a little before 10 o'clock. Am yesterday about what happened, which was every day. He would get on his bike. And in the more early morning Steves typical routine would be to go to sleep about 10 or 11. If he could sleep. Get up a three o'clock in the morning, And then he would draft complaint, sir, he would answer in derogatory. Zoe would write a brief because There was no one around. It was quiet time. Then you get on this bike. They would go down to Eastern Avenue out Eastern Avenue to London Airport. Take the six mile route around looking to go back had a small group of guys that he did it with. But yesterday morning he texted him. Is anyone available today Meet? It's 6 A.m.. And no one was available because you might recall Sunday was dark Randy cold, but Steve on his own when she did almost every day and every night That was his thing is a former iron man. You couldn't swim.

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In about a half hour well then again hold up hold up their hold up maybe not because his friend Donald J. trump is going to address the nation again at about eleven thirty could be a little later sometimes it is sometimes it's not but as soon as the president speaks in and we don't know the topic daily I will he talks to him like two or three or four times a day the other five or six times he's talking to Sean Hannity so what what did the president say what is he gonna be talking about here Jimmy turned Willie's microphone on well give me turn Willie's microphone well now if you're shaking his head well okay go ahead get close to the microphone a little it's operator error I think a guy who's been on the air longer than I've been alive network microphone well what we gonna talk about we're blessed to live in and yeah I'm not exactly you know what what I'm not having to do both do I hear a little baby apprehension the voice the great American yes thank you tell you everything you need to know seven hundred WLW the report once again the law offices of Steven R. Adams electrical contractors of greater Cincinnati the home of the basic seven hundred WLW they have a word with the Bearcats report Luke Fickell wasn't the only UC football coach they turned down lucrative offers in the off season to stay at UC defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman a strong candidate to replace vehicle if the Bearcats head coach to take in the Michigan state job turned down a chance to become the linebackers coach of the Tennessee Titans as well as big raises from other colleges to remain Cincinnati's defensive coordinator once the universe Cincinnati you know.

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Milwaukee Bucks vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Head-to-Head in the NBA Regular Season

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00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Milwaukee Bucks vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Head-to-Head in the NBA Regular Season

"The box will take on the Oklahoma City thunder tonight at Pfizer form coverage begins on WTMJ at six thirty no cow corner for the Bucks he remains out with a back issue Milwaukee with fifty wins maybe the hottest team in the Eastern Conference all season long John but the thunder of one fourteen of seventeen behind Chris Paul and Dennis Schroder and Steven Adams a bring a a pretty talented squad here to

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"By chef about twenty eight minutes even been hired by captain Amanda Caton as her criminal defense attorney for the D. why there's no one in the tri state the knows more about that subject matter than Steven R. Adams instead of dealing with the politics of the matter we're gonna is because the possible legal defenses and what the US state and what the city a loved one's going to be saying about the conduct of those two find Cincinnati police officers I would add that I was not a function last night and with the two or three retired Cincinnati cops said their input that that they're shocked and surprised about what happened on one side of the fence what about professional courtesy on another side of the fence when you look at the videotape from the time it was turned on I don't see any traffic violation that would serve as a pretext to pull anybody over and thirdly some of them more embarrassed by the conduct of of Amanda Catonsville husband sitting there are right nature and the shot gun see going out the cop says Patrick Caton did I mean that's that's not good either but he's not charged with anything his wife is charged with a serious offence organ about around those issues in about twenty eight minutes but until then want to hear from you the American people that I have love so long and serve so well we had on just head on rob Sanders talking about eighteen months that I did I hear that correctly eighteen months to get DNA out of Frankfort unless the sweet sweet talks a doctor last may so Marcone him on the counter to get him more quickly and the reason that happens is a lack of state funding so if someone has a DNA that is critical to a sexual assault or burglary I rape or murder whatever it might be you can't wait eighteen months to keep that person either locked up when they don't wave time or not locked up because you can't arrest them because the clock ticks you have about nine months to try someone if they're out on bond in about three months of their locked up so what do you do if you think Matt's diamonds a multiple murderer you got the DNA but you can't tested because you're got too much of a backlog I would like to think that states and counties and cities would prioritize this and say this is important to the victims of the tri state and also to those who are innocent who could be set free how many times have you seen somebody locked up for life in Dan eight developed later on if they can prove that person didn't do it now the flip side of that coin is somebody else did and that other person is probably are doing similar things so I think funding wise Kentucky and the rest of Ohio except family county has got to get his act together because when this occurred with Mike DeWine going into the AG's office he had thousands of backlogs that there wasn't sufficient time money or resources or inclination to test these to see who the perpetrator is generally it's a rape but it could be a murder a burglary whatever it might be and so to me that's an essential function of government and lastly before I talk about my next guest talks about the boy mail crisis in America I've been in federal trials in which the expertise of the person whether it's a fingerprint or DNA sequencing is critical to the case and I certainly don't have those skills but you hire an expert who maybe twenty five years work for the FBI with all these credentials and qualifications the terror part what the state's witness of the government's witnesses say it so you can have this done by anyone other than the best and the brightest reserving a lock somebody up for life if you're gonna say they rate to ten year old girl me got the DNA evidence whatever you were gonna make sure you got the right person and it's extremely extremely scientific and meticulous when they go through the various ridges are the ripples they they go through on DNA the wise the axes the two thirty nine to eighteen twenty force why this is my Connor DNA wasn't a pulled hair or was it a shot here this is extremely complicated stuff in a higher next Burford if defense team maybe five or ten thousand dollars to tear apart what the government's expert sense and so you just can't hire anybody to do the DNA testing it's got to be somebody with a whole bunch of capital letters after their name that's been in the business for a long time because defense lawyers can hire more qualified witnesses in the state puts on to demonstrate the state's expert witness is wrong and is a member of the jury you want to get the right person for the serious offenses so they said the Blankenship was able to get away with this for a quarter of a century and it was untested until someone one on ancestry DNA to find out whether or not they have carabiner African or Asian or south American blood in them and then from that the angle shots are done in such a way that we have a hit on somebody that rate to ten year old girl and on in beach mon cherry Grove twenty three years ago there is the head I could be anyone of nine people connected to the family so then what the police Sir investigators do is look at the nine possibilities these nine people well you can say well five are dead two or in the seventies but this is one guidance fifty six years old run his record my gosh she had a previous sexual assault bingo I bet that's the guy meant to get the DNA you a first have to have a precursor to go to get the warrant which means and Joe deters his case that they want to pick up his garbage they dressed like rocky garbage man the garbage is out there they pick it up they take it to the lab they sorted out and the final straw that does someone might have used in order to a socks so my drink out of a Starbucks Cup they run that DNA then they run against the sample from from those nine ancestry possibilities and bingo the odds are one out of forty eight thousand quadrillion that's the guy who raped a ten year old girl how good is that but did not witness testify in court you better have these capital letters after your name because defense team if they have a well heeled clients can hire experts to tear apart with the other experts said so I understand I'm sympathetic but somehow the government this is an essential government business they have proper training with doctor some markers officer elsewhere to identify the worst of the worst if there's DNA in a case about ninety five percent or murder and rape that that that's your DNA instruments sometimes it's a something on a bank's leper might be a burglary but those are the serious cases that we've got to get solved now secondly the boy crisis I have a guest coming up doctor Warren Farrell in about about an hour and fifteen minutes to two o'clock and not politics pander often to one's exuberance or predilections or prejudice or bias I have biases you have a bias you have prejudices certain things I like certain things I don't like I've image it behind me at night walking is a well dressed African American man about thirty five years old or say twenty five years old and he dresses like me I turn around look at him I think enough if I see someone walking by midnight is twenty five years old and white and has a hearings and tattoos and a baseball hat on crooked I'm thinking something else it's not about race it's about behavior in the whole the whole deal so to get elected many times you have to play the identity politics game if you're black you vote for a Democrat if you're white male you vote for a Republican if you're a white male I'm sorry if you're white female you generally vote sixty forty four Republicans if you're married you vote seventy thirty four Republicans if you're single mom getting a welfare check ninety ten your vote for Democrats whose identity politics played by both parties one of the evils happening in there's many evils in American society is fatherless homes that is an evil the reason society succeeds is faith family work and culture that those are the four horsemen that make a person succeed I would like to go at some point in the hammock county jail or the Campbell county jail go to Hillsborough go to date go to Lucas county and and and and asking the jail get him all together and say okay raise your hand if you're married legally married as is as I speak how many hands would go up of guys locked up in him again and you know that are married I would say very few then I would say okay you guys are married now before you got here were you working and at a real job not hustling at a real job some of the hands go down I would then say well how many guys are married were you living with your wife at the time you were apprehended a few more hands would go down then I would say okay how many of you guys we're working you're married your father you're living with your wife and the mother your children and how many of you guys at this point go to church or synagogue or mosque now the words at least once two or three times a month you have a faith keep your hands how many hands would still be raised to think of men who are married to the mother of their children the father works and there in a functional family with children living with them and they have faith in god in some sense by whatever name you call them you have faith how many men around him to county jail locked up like that you think Matt's time he said most the answer is very few it doesn't happen it's not about gender or race it's about the fact that there's certain ways functional societies have always organize themselves into passing on to the next generation what to do and what not to do fatherless homes is the problem when I see signs I saw on Tuesday night the futurist female the futurist female its identity politics boys are struggling by any objective indication right now the great majority of the Americans Inc colleges today are females right females not males the great majority of law students that you see for example my wife penny went to law school there beginning like in nineteen eighty seven it was the first class that the majority of the students admitted were female the great majority of college students today our female.

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:25 min | 1 year ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The great American stories Thursday afternoon in about one hour Steven R. Adams will be here he's the attorney for a police officer stopped by the law of the invoice I will be course Amanda tapping and I will talk about the legal issues arising from the stop to Cincinnati police officers the captain and lieutenant then log in where the residents all that's going to develop in about one hour to get everything ready call your friends and family one of six today but until then your friend and mine is rob Sanders again county and his name was mentioned a couple days ago was involved in the in the investigation of certain rapes and sexual assaults committed by a person that Joe deters a hooked up through ancestry dot com in is name is William obrien Blankenship now fifty five years old he had some connection with northern Kentucky which would've been been canton in Campbell county and rob Sanders welcome again to the bill Cunningham show and rob how are you I'm doing great will it transfer me on let's talk about Blankenship and when did you first know with Blankenship at least recently we'll go back in time a little bit in the last few weeks or months when did you know you had to get a problem a blank and ship in relationship to Joe deters what the first time we suspected that there might be a problem in Kentucky related to Mr Blankenship was last week when Joe deters call me to give me a heads up on the case they have going on told me all about a very interesting investigation but involved one of these on line the bar ready teri DNA type websites I've never really participated and all that stuff but the ones we can get on and search the DNA and find out what your ancestry is they had identified Mr Blankenship is a suspect in a number of different sexual assault in Hamilton County and this guy is it turns out was a resident of the Campbell county just cross licking river and sappy Kentucky and Joe and I had a discussion about how much we both suspected that there's you know if he's doing this kind of stuff in Hamilton County and he lives in northern Kentucky then he's probably doing it in northern Kentucky as well and that we needed to go back and dust off all our old unsolved rape cases and see if any of them matched Mr Blankenship ammo or many of them have possible DNA evidence and then that can be touched Mr Blankenship which is south of course this all the cases across the river in Cincinnati at this point on this Thursday afternoon is there any evidence at this point the blackened ship raped or sexually assaulting young girls are women in northern Kentucky at this point what this point I'm going to be very vague and say we're looking into it it's certainly possible I know that his he does have a criminal record here in northern Kentucky that involves both domestic violence as well as prostitution related offenses he's been convicted I believe in both Campbell county in Kenton county so we're looking into it I know there's a number of different unsolved rape cases it in it least Campbell and Kenton counties I'm not sure if bin counties located any yet that might be a match to Mr Blankenship but you know we really can't say for certain that we can time to any of these cases until we find out exactly what evidence is available on whether or not we have any DNA that we can compare to him because it's important remember Willie the DNA has come a long way since it was first invented some you know twenty thirty years ago and what we needed in terms of sample size back then was much more than it is now now they can get DNA out of microscopic pieces of evidence back in the day when it was first invented and you needed a pretty good sample size so it's possible that we've had some unsolved cases sitting on a shelf somewhere were it a crime lab initially said there's not enough you're forced to test and then we open the case back up go digging back in and we find this evidence and awaited second our crime labs now contest the smaller amount so let's resubmit it and see if it matches Mr Blankenship or any other suspect for that matter well this is Anil how did you do this because show talked about then the stealth of the night walking in explained a typical Blankenship Raper rape or sexual assault or so he had a job by understanding and some so aged HVAC type business where he was around town making some sort of service call or something like that so we suspect that that's how he might have been able to scope out potential victims but it was really a a worst of the worst kind of nightmare situation for these victims of him breaking into their homes either in the middle of the night or during the day when when parents were around or something like that he attacked young girls miners also attacked grown women up my understanding but it was literally a stranger abduction slash rape type situation I know in one case it's been reported over him and county is accused of taking a young girl out of the pop up tent or something to that effect were I guess she was sleeping outside in Kerrier often and raping and sexually assaulting her that's one of the cases were I understand they've matched his DNA in this previously unsolved case so you do it I can only imagine is a victim of sexual assault you know most sexual assault victims are preyed upon by someone they know and that's not certainly horrible blood being preyed upon by somebody that you don't know you've never met you have no idea who that man just was commences on thinkable pain with those victims must be going through all these years you know I know from the years years in this business if you're a serial rapist you're looking for prey and if you work HVAC electrical plumbing whatever it might be someone might call you to their home that's a perfect way to find out where people sleep where they live you're admitted into the home I think of the ray Shawn Johnson situation in Hyde Park where a guy was admitted at home do some minor work and all of a sudden he finds a woman in a position that was vulnerable he Peter rape or murder and then he became supposedly celebrity the next day or two talking about what happened and so when someone has someone come into their home you it they may come there for air conditioning for electrical plumbing or drywall whatever it might be it might be an exterminator of one type or another they're looking around as Blankenship did to find out who lives here we're we're the girls live where's mom and dad what time do they come home so don't people have to have their head on a swivel in those regards will we will use you may remember this going back probably do about nineteen ninety eight there about was last time ten county sent a defendant to death row in Kentucky and fortunately the only one on death row thanks to governor Bevins computational Gregory Wilson since the last one we sent to death row was filled by the name of Fred furnishing he was employed by a carpet company a carpet cleaning company I should say and he was convicted of killing two different women can carry and they were both elderly women they both live by themselves and he scooped out basically the the customers of the business he was working for into a more he found little ladies living by themselves that hadn't of some jewelry and their houses and he knew the live alone came back in and broke in and then killed him and stole the jewelry upon their jewelry went on a crack binge you know that's certainly worst the worst scenario I know everybody's got people in and out of their homes for all different types service calls all the time and you hate to live in constant fear and I don't think you necessarily need to because the vast majority your upstanding honest but you still got to be very careful you got and use reputable companies you got to be very careful about what parts your home you let somebody in you got to be a very careful about passing along too much personal information certainly even if you are somebody that lives by themselves you might want to just a little and say you know my roommate will be back in a few hours or my husband will be back in a few hours or something like that they won't know the difference but just make make it so that you're not a target in case you have anybody you don't know do you have active cases I guess every police agency have active cases that are on solved it with DNA many smaller counties have to rely upon a state facility one the wind became the Attorney General like eight years ago there were five or six thousand backlogs of cases it took months and months and months and I think I heard you say on channel nine that I might be several months if you have a DNA sample and send it down to Frankfort and we have to hook up with somebody and you get in line with a whole bunch of others and isn't months and months and months and then under the best scenario to find out yes typically in in Kentucky right now it's a horrible situation the Kentucky state police crime lab is the only crime lab in the state that's where we have to send all of our DNA evidence regardless of whether or not it's a burglary case or a murder case or rape case and we will hundred and twenty counties with fifty seven come all the parties needless to say that evidence stacks up and it takes a long time we have to wait eighteen months even in murder cases to get DNA evidence bag I don't I think the citizens of Hamilton County realize just how fortunate they are to have their DNA testing done right here locally eighteen months your Hamilton County corner doctors mark on her staff were great to work with we deal with many time one of our murder victims ends up at UC hospital before they passed away in autopsies are done over in Hamilton County but they're turning DNA evidence around from what I understand it in weeks as opposed to months and will we have to wait a year and a half to two years at his answer in an hour about an hour in a week L. week which is phenomenal it's his jaw dropping from what we deal with to see results like that come back that fast and you can take the offender off the street that fast and protect the public and you know while we're on that notion of protecting the public I got a sick thanks to Joe deters **** staffer always great to work with but it really means a lot to us here on the south side of the river the Joe would reach out across the river let us know what is going on before even Texas case to the grand jury so that we can try to get ahead of the curve you know obviously Joe's concerned about not only protecting people in his his county but also protecting the folks here in northern Kentucky in getting justice if there's a murder and Taylor mill and not the DNA is a critical part of the murder case if you have to only have Kentucky officials tested what do you do for a year and a half what what do you what do you do you know unfortunately Willie that then it we wait and sometimes that means that we don't arrest anybody for a year and a half and other times it means that people that are resident sit in jail awaiting trial for a year and a half because anybody facing murder charges of child molesting charges are the most serious charges like that they can really make bond and so which is it drags out the proceedings anytime we have to wait on DNA and it's important even to the defendant to get those results because while DNA can convict a sentence in your own like in this Blankenship cases some eight octillion one chances that it's anybody other than him you could also exculpate him because if the DNA comes back and it's not a match will now you've got eight and there are eight octillion to one that it's not this guy so you know you know and you know you need to go look for someone else dependence don't want to go to trial without the DNA anymore than the prosecutors do so if there's a rate per series case in northern Kentucky and the DNA you don't you don't have identification of the perpetrator you got a DNA sample and of some Marco doesn't say and able to Kenya okay we'll get that priority if something else happens Iggy justice is not served because a year and a half you got the fast time provisions are getting tried in which case you can't arrest somebody because that begins to go you're screwed blue tattooed and barbecue nothing you can do yesterday in fact it's even worse if we don't have unidentified suspect then when our sample was going to be in the back of the line behind all the cases with somebody says because when somebody sitting in jail that case gets priority mail us a priority it's still over a year upwards of a year and a half to get that DNA evidence back but he gets priority over some but over case where there's no one sitting in prison soon blanking ships case he's locked up on a high bond he's fifty five years old he lived in northern Kentucky committed rapes in Mount Washington and other way and then he went back to northern Kentucky probably did the same thing Joe deters said a few days ago rob Sanders that normally I rapist a pad of file a pervert a.

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"The seventy Sixers got back in the win column as I held off on there for a one twenty one thirteen when Philadelphia that by three in the second quarter with I wanna sixteen six run taken a ten point lead at the half Oklahoma City got to within two with four minutes to go in the fourth quarter but the Sixers responded by scoring seven straight points capped by a three point basket by Tobias Harris that pushed the lead to nine Josh Richardson had twenty three points Harris Angela beef and eighteen for the Sixers who step the four game losing streak Steven Adams at twenty four for the thunder Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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02:40 min | 2 years ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You in part by the law offices of Steven R. Adams and the independent electrical contractors on seven hundred WLW head coach lute Dan order their cat's head coach Luke Fickell coached you block to kick for the fifth consecutive game last week and this time Kobe Bryant's two point return provided the margin of victory over temple has almost become a competition to see who is going to block one next would like to create those competitions I don't know that we've actually said it's a competition but now that there's been multiple different guys have actually done it whether it's Ponce whether it's field goals are extra points I think is becoming more of that we compete a lot of things whether it's who wins the races on kick off it's gonna be a little bit more who can put a hand on a football to change the impact or have an impact on on the game but was obviously a huge play but is also a heads up play that we learn from I think from the Tulsa game of when you can take a chance of picking up balls based on kids that are blocked in I think we learned from that I think that he had some good help from the defensive player of the week in the league with from the airforce and hauling added to pick the ball up and then he did the rest with it this Friday it's a showdown for the out right regular season championship in the American athletic conference is the ten and one Bearcats take on ten and one Memphis at the liberty bowl and you'll hear the game Friday at three thirty newsradio seven hundred WLW there can report presented by C. B. T. S. one seven hundred WLW the home of the big cats traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. jelly Cincinnati testing winds causing problems in the tri state with a twelve o'clock Brian combs breaking down as I waited five three Forrester nine o'clock tonight wind gusts year and the topping fifty miles an hour winds getting the blame already for knocking power out to about thirty two thousand homes across the region biggest outages right now according to Duke energy or in Loveland in Milford winds could be a problem for planes coming in and land and landing at the so that I know Kentucky International Airport is well today we're starting to see the number of delays.

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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12:00 min | 2 years ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I should call Steve are Adams on stop for D. Y. one of them which used to another type of crime who do I call that you got to call the man if you're arrested by the man Steven R. Adams former prosecutor criminal defense attorney in do you why lawyer Steven R. Adams is the man for any felony or any misdemeanor charge stopped arrested by the man call the man I only have one defense attorney in my cell phone Steven R. Adams five one three six five nine four four four two or not Gerry Adams dot com so when you hear this you're going to go and that's why I just simply sit on the couch and watch this kind of stuff on television so this is back in two thousand five and this guy Alex messenger is on hiking canoeing adventure up in canton or the campus beautiful up there and it's a forty two day high adventure trip that the boys talk and it's a it's pretty much of your what your hiking or backpacking of your whitewater canoeing your Peter the what you're doing all that stuff and I've twenty nine days into the forty two a day to adventure a life changing moment happens and for the first time ever in the Scott slow Johnny Q. hearing centers talk on hotline is Alex messenger a guy who survived being attacked by a grizzly bear that is the best story I think I've ever heard right do you you're never gonna have you ever bought a beer since two thousand five I have I don't know what what my problem is this ridiculous do you should also it chicks dig scars and your set now how you doing today the brother seriously I mean are you a hundred percent under well I'd say you know ninety nine point five percent but a little bit a little bit of pain in the leg but I'll take that over over what it could have been so I got all right I understand well I a yeah could've been could've been much work so it in that part of the country if I'm not mistaken the grizzly bears you really don't have a life maybe brown bears pertinent have grizzly bears up there all that much is that true not too many of them it's such a wide expanse you know there's much more dense critically populations and like Yellowstone or glacier something like that so you know we've been told before he left that if you see a grizzly bear up there you're lucky yes I was really lucky yeah well quit quit writing books and everybody wanna go get attacked by a grizzly bear the hell's wrong with you Alex us to take me to that everything's fine in all of a sudden the bear appear to know where what what what happened when you did you did you provoke the bear what occurred yeah so like you said it was twenty nine days then we're on layer everyday so we weren't traveling anywhere and I went on to coach a solo hike and I was basically walking up rich and there's no trees around is similar to the tree line so you can see really far walking up ones that are rich and I didn't know it but a six hundred pound ground grizzly bear was walking up to the other side of that rich and we met at the top thirty feet apart what are the odds I mean really walking up the hill at the same time in face to face you go you and when the grizzly bear when we need you went when the grizzly bear when chop basically I mean that that that that yeah I used to the odds that include that's the worst luck I've ever heard so I I I I probably would for god this I would around like a of a frightened child but that's the last thing you want to do right is is take me through how you were able to survive that because you're I'm guessing what you learned about how to deal face to face with grizzly bears for whatever reason you you knew you don't run right yeah we've been we've been trained on what to do when you see a grizzly bear we had payments with us I didn't have it with me on that hike which is a a big error on my part but we've been told you know look don't make eye contact with the bear back away slowly try to pocket down basically and and convinced that you're not a threat so I did exactly that that work out for you a little while to figure out what it should be doing it it was an immediate like I'm going to go you know destroy this thing it was like I've never seen this before and so it's been a little bit of time trying to figure out the court decided that all right that's a threat I get eliminate that threat you would you do to try to eliminate although the pair try to limit you I guess because it did it did the thing where almost like sharks or it'll save a shark attack him it'll it'll bump bill knows you to see and that it bears kinda lunge at you a little longer well with mine at it it did a couple plus charges basically out to see what it what you're gonna do it and then it ended up doing a full on charging when I was five or ten feet from me I threw my camera case at at and I hit it in the notes and that turned out that all the way to the sides of couldn't see where was for a couple steps and I was able to jump out of the way and Dodge it bull fighting style that first pass and then they came at me again and I did that a couple more times before it really connected met slamming across the face with the pontoons threw me to the ground and then that me and the like very very high on my side and I blacked out how high on the fly right at the growing right where the like me it's the cell the cell to ensure my femoral artery didn't get how's the plumbing right okay she's I say if that happened I'm like alright buries his kids to take me out because met so we are you what what about the five guys here with they were unaware of what was going on I was too far away there was not a line of sight because those are over rich the wind was blowing the right direction so they were you know it's happening unbeknownst to them so after I was attacked and lost consciousness I played really well and the pair decided to leave me alone and then I regain consciousness while it was still there but leaving in place that until it was gone before I self rescue back to camp and then it was up to the six of us to tend to my wounds and and figure out what next substantial change to the trip yeah I would think so in at that moment you had to be thinking I'm going to die or did something because very few people do that well I I I was attacked by Bourbon a life or death situation correct and where we think man I'm gonna I'm gonna die it does a switch go off inside you when you go you know what I got to survive this I gotta make it because at the time the only seventeen years old right yeah I definitely thought that I was about to die and and that's you know very far from what any seventeen year old expects to to be experiencing and there wasn't as much a switch it was like this crescendo everything was just kinda getting louder and and you know it first it's like okay I've been told what to do in this situation and then as it got worse and worse as like okay I I no longer know what to do in this situation other than still don't run and then as it got closer and then I started to Dodge it it was more impending doom like this is about to be the end of my life and and I was terrified and I was just filled with this death heavy sadness that my life is about to end and I didn't want that to happen yeah yeah some hill in Canada so and hate you know how to plug in your your guide when you got back to camp the thinking oh my god you're you're all torn up at that in your lucky didn't catcher from Marty because obviously you wouldn't written a book called the twenty ninth day surviving the grisly attack in the Canadian under certainly also worked I worked out for the publisher to but what wouldn't it is far as a survival goes I mean you had a pretty nasty wound right there did they fly a helicopter out to get you at that point how were you able to rescue yeah the helicopter wasn't available at the time you know compared to this what the thing that compared to the fact that it was a pair that his attacks me my wounds were manageable was with the skills and the equipment that we had which was really lucky you know like you said summary that would have been that would been it's and they would have been you know activating the military or something without a helicopter available yeah we worked on managing the wooden and south press screen this title town out there in the middle the tundra they're in and you're able to make it in how long was recovered a quick about two months and the attack the would sell them from the bottom and then a year later I did some PT and got my range of motion back that's also what a great I mean it's an amazing story right there in I guess I'm a because I know you got to go in here but what did you learn was our lesson here I think the biggest lesson for me is just appreciating what you got and being thankful for that you know your life can change in in a really really short amount of time and you might not be able to do anything about it so yeah the twenty ninth the twenty ninth day surviving a grisly tech in the Canadian tundra Alex messenger great to talk to you again as I said the beginning the lesson here is stay on the couch you don't have bears on the couch yeah that would be well thanks so much yeah that's the as seen out y'all back in it I'm not gonna do that anymore but I can always like doing that stuff you don't scouts and hiking and backpacking and all that and and my brother actually the keys well for a while he did every year they would go to Canada to Canada and do the same thing maybe not that far up there but you know it's pretty good at that kind of stuff that can happen out in in in the wilderness you know and it's pretty scary the odds of you walking up a what you're walking up hill and as you get to the top of the hill it exact mom the the mirror opposite there's a bear coming up the habit of the others and now may be the better smell them and figure try to figure out what's going on but mad would you know what to do at that point even if you're trained I think you go into that shocks in like my supposed to make myself but now I'm getting the hell outta here than many Ronnie wood been you've been toast but it's an amazing story and he's right about that is you just you never know what's going to trip you up because you're right around the corner yeah he could be something that that's life to have twenty nine days and if they got a worse it what's the worst thing that happened maybe you know I fall and break my leg or something like that but you know getting attacked by a grizzly a in a low lying area is it now it's an amazing thing and you know I think of these people are granted there's a lot of brown bear but you know when you go to a gallon burger suddenly go the Smokies right you see these people are getting self fees with out bear cubs in you know it's like it's just now this guy wasn't expecting news on hiking and all now where there are people who are driving their cars from Ohio down to the Great Smoky National Forest in trying to get a selfie with a bear cub Altamont standing right there now that's just that's not just bad luck that's literally poking the bear with you're gonna get their address or your the one who trained by the buffalo the girl got thrown up in the air it's like we you know and I guess it's a bit of social to is you're trying to get a selfie or some he's getting that on video and you see it you go my god that's like don't be that stupid person right there this guy was just there was horrible luck is what it was but it certainly is a fascinating story and I guess it takes me back to now this is kind of defining moment my life and I I've told the story many times but almost four years ago to my back surgery and you know having with great was awesome and then I was developed an infection CDF is what it's called in and I'm in the ER how fast for two it over to you see and yeah hi I was taken the I see you in the middle of the night the bangles got be bothered by the Pittsburgh Steelers so there's the Sloan Sloan is infection curse on the battle that's why don't wanna game since and they took me down I see you when I brought it in and out of the sink is at a hundred and something degree fever and having seizures and everything else but they will be done I see my wife the.

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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02:13 min | 3 years ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I know I should call Stephen are Adams on stop for DUI. What are some accused him another type of crime call that you got call the man if you're arrested by the man, Stephen are Adams, former prosecutor criminal defense attorney and DUI lawyer Steven r Adams is the man for any felony or any misdemeanor charge stopped or arrested by the man, call the man, I only have one defense attorney and my cellphone Stephen are Adams five one three six five nine four four four two or not guilty Adams dot com. From the seven hundred w studio driven by my cast Roussy board in Milford in Alexandria, visit the largest volume Ford dealer, and the tri-state let them CPU time and money their number one, bro. That's my cast Roussy Ford. CBS presents the bearcat report brought to you in part by the law. This is up. Stephen are by the independent electrical contractors of greater Cincinnati. This is UC basketball from IMG college on seven hundred and wwl w the home of the Bearcats Bearcats head coach Mick Cronin. Coach after nineteen games. You have the top two three point shooters in the conference by percentage. Justin, Jennifer is number one. Jaren Cumberland is number two both have made significant jumps this year. How have they done it? I think two things I put in a lot of time and they've worked really hard on their mechanics and shooting would balance you watch both those guys shoot because of their compact Bill they land where they shoot ninety nine percent of the time. So they do have great balance. All Jaren has a different type of delivery than most. And the other thing is that Justin shoots wide open ones. He's very smart about that. Jaren can shoot it contested. One. Obviously, he's six five. So it's a little easier for him to get it off. But he doesn't rush his delivery. If you watch Jaren, you know, he never snaps his arms. He's not in a huge hurry when he shoots the ball. So sometimes when he makes that guarded one the guy that's there. Dan, doesn't really bother him at all. Because he he it's not forcing him to speed up his delivery when he shoots the ball. The pair cats have a home game tomorrow night at seven against Tulsa. You'll hear it on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl.

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"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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02:31 min | 3 years ago

"steven r adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Well, eventually after that he was released and he was. He found a ride home before we talk about the present situation. You know, how this works? If the police in the hospital suspected he was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you can voluntarily take someone's blood correct by going to a judge and getting a warrant. Yes. Now, see PD and Coleraine township or in close contact with him. Correct. Yes. And nothing your client had done raised in their mind. The suspicion your client was under the influence of drugs or alcohol because if this was a cop's death that means CPT knows how this game is played. They quickly go and they go to a magistrate or judge. I get a warrant to seize your clients blood. Did that happen in this case now, and let me point this out as well in Ohio? You don't have to be at fault in an accident to be charged with DUI. Why in Ohio if you're operating a vehicle and a cop has probable cause to believe that you're under the influence of alcohol or drugs of abuse. He can go ahead. Take you through test asking questions in charge you with DUI. And then later if something happens, then they can dismiss the DUI charge you with aggravated vehicular homicide, or whatever they want to charge you with. Let's take short break when we continue. I'm gonna ask you those questions because there's a sense, I know how law enforcement operates when one of their own is killed and they never read as implied consent warning either didn't give them, but they're very aggressive. Anybody can be killed. I guess at any point. But if a cop believes that a person has wrongfully caused another cop death, they can get very aggressive about grabbing your blood against your will. Because of a warn and what could be charged down the road. There's various elements of homicide from all the way down and negligent and below that. So when we continue with Steve Adams sees the attorney for the man who was in the pickup truck who Steve relates did not know he hit a human being much less a cop and all he was a thumb. Bump and stopped immediately and wash what went on. Let's continue with more Bill Cunningham with the attorney Steven r Adams who represents the man who killed unwittingly officer, Dale woods on seven.

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Denver Nuggets pound Lakers

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02:04 min | 3 years ago

Denver Nuggets pound Lakers

"Heard of goes by the name of LeBron James LeBron Lakers taken on the nuggets in Denver. And this one was ugly early second quarter nuggets seven point lead. And look at your mom Murray guys fly by and then he's waving as they passed. Take a look at this. This is this is some shade here drew mammary which twenty. And not had a nine point lead late in the first half lake is kind of hanging around there down five. We gotta done. Lebron? No. We don't go in the other direction. Lonzo will put it in. He's gorgeous seven legs down eight at halftime. Then the third quarter. Denver just opens it up completely and LeBron James really struggling over four from three. That's no good. Lebron actually did not have a field goal on the entire second hand. And the other way, here's Yokich. He's not yo king. He had fourteen liquors down sixteen later Lakers. Still trailing by sixteen. The front is not a good pass. He's frustrated. They look really bad first time in four years. He goes tire half without a field goal. Fourth quarter, Lakers down eighteen points now kinda planet out LeBron and other bad pass going to work at the trae Lyles who will knock down to three from the corner when it's all sudden LeBron five of fifteen fourteen points. Lakers lose by thirty to their worst of the year. Still couldn't make. As much as we could stop to stuff. What it over? Broke. Oh before couldn't make enough shots. Yeah. Couldn't make shots as an understatement. Jalen rose because they missed thirty three's in the matchup against the nuggets. But something else was revealed. And you've mentioned this before that for the Lakers. It's difficult for them when they face a big man that can score inside and out. And how did you see that reveal distinction amongst quality big men in the league skill big man that could dribble pass shoot versus wheel men who set screens. Catch lobs and block shots. The latter categories players like Steven Adams, de'andre Jordan Tyson challenge, avail McGee. And when you talk about ultimate skill

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