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Udonis Haslem Signs for 19th Season With Miami Heat
"There, but he is Still there. Madonna's Haslem, now officially back with the Miami Heat. Signed another contract with the heat so he will return for 1/19 season in Miami, a one year deal worth about 2.8 million. It's the 10th contract he has signed with Miami coach Erik Spoelstra considers him essential for a number of reasons, including the example he sets in practice. Which is where hassle gets most of his action. He's appeared in just five games in the past two seasons. Just one This past season, But the 41 year old would become just the fifth player to spend an entire career of at least 19 years with one franchise. Dirk Nowitzki spent all 21 in Dallas, Kobe Bryant spent 20 with the Lakers. Tim Duncan 19 seasons with the Spurs and John Stockton, 19 with the Utah Jazz SportsCenter all night,
What's on the Line for Chris Paul's Legacy?
"You know this. This series started out very well for the sun's up to all look like they were going to go from bubble darlings to title team in a year. I don't have to refresh your memory. it's you remember that probably yonathan. The vox i've turned upside down and for c. p. three it might mean coming up short one more time in the playoffs. Not grade list to be on here c. p. threes teams have had multi game series leads four times in the post season. Only to watch those leads. Slip away. Chris broussard what is on the line night in game. Six for chris paul. There's a lot on the line and obviously the championship but for him personally of is individual legacy yes. There is a lot on the line he would become. If they lose this series he would become the only player to lose four series in the postseason. Where you lead to. Oh okay anna. Point guard is in control of the game of his team. So a lot of that just falls on the coach. It can fall on the point guard. So we've talked about some christmas failures in the past and the postseason if he loses this series those become their a big part of his story. And when you talk about why he's one of the greatest players with barkley malone and you eat in stockton to never win a championship you look at. It and chris is a big part of why he didn't win the championship. Conversely if he can come back and win this series. Those playoff foibles. Become a footnote okay. They go from being a year. He's great but to just be enough small footnote in his overall story. So that is the first thing. Secondly if he wins this series he could become the third player. Only the third player in the seventy four year. History the third small player or normal size point guard to lead a team to an nba title.
Strong Earthquake, Magnitude 5.9, Rattles Central California, Sierra Nevada
"Are shaking this year at Nevada this afternoon with the largest being a magnitude 5.9, which is considered moderate to large and hit at 3 49 PM there. Mark Louisville and Alpine County, which is south east of Lake Tahoe, and multiple smaller quakes have followed. Largest of those being magnitude. 4.2. Initially, the U. S Geological Survey showed a quake centered near Stockton, but that ended up not being the case. U. C. Davis professor of geology John Rundle says quakes in this region other Sierra Not unusual. I mean, there's a whole network of faults in Eastern Sierra, One of the largest earthquakes in California history was the 18 72 earthquake on the Owens Valley Fault. So that was a magnitude. Some 0.8 earthquake. The shaking from this afternoon's quake was felt throughout the Sacramento region and the Bay Area. No immediate reports of any damage.
"stockton" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Stockton Hagen here with us as well. We're talking bucks talking the new website lots of stuff that we covered during the first segment bread. Now it's time for the fun stuff with the listeners have been sending in and asking us throughout the week. It's time for us to talk Japanese beetle, isn't it? Well, it is and you know, unfortunately, it's It's a Evil. That real kind of know is going to come and it's going to get here and so we've been watching are growing degree days, and I'm not going to go into it because it takes too long to explain it, But I feel like they're pretty. Do you remember the old like Pee Wee's Playhouse or something? Where they had a word of the day? I think we should just slam something every time we say growing degree days here on the show you said Ringling Ringling? Yeah, exactly. So growing degree days, just quick. It's It's a way for us to know when things are going to happen. And so we know that around 1000 and 50 growing degree days, the Japanese beetle adult emerges from the soil and Right now. We're around 950. So it's It's right. We're going to get there. Probably. You know, we've been thinking July 1st, and that's what it's looking like the only thing We've been wondering is could could. The drought have slowed them down where they because they're eating the roots? The Japanese Beetle. Grubs are eating the roots of our grass plants just below the surface. And so I'm wondering if it got really hot and really dry if they didn't migrate a little bit deeper, or will it speed up? Let's speed up. Let's get out of the ground, You know, let's turn into it. So they grub turns into a beetle. And then the beetle comes up out of the ground, and it flies away and starts eating all of our plants. So When we have seen heavy grub damage in a lot of these in a lot of lawns, people are, um and the reason we know it's grub damage because there's a lot of drug damages. We service a lot of lawns that heavy irrigation. And those lines are nice and green, right, but they have these brown spots and we go in and we pull up. We pull up the turf and and underneath that that turf and the roots that just comes right off the ground. It's all disconnected. You see grubs underneath there, and so we know that people Who once once our grass starts to green up from the rain. We're going to see these dead spots, and you'll know that the grubs have been there. So, um, and that's that's something that we want people to understand. Because when your grass does start to green up if you have sections that aren't greening up, and it seems odd to you, chances are you have had Grub and you're probably also trying to swat all the Japanese beetles off of your trees and your shrubs because they're going to be eating them. So it's so so if someone notices those spots on their yard is now the time to take action before that beetle comes out of the ground and hedges before it becomes a beetle, or do we wait until they come out of the ground? I think right now we're at that point where we want to wait for them to come out of the ground because we're right at that stage, And so if we spray now we might be getting we might not have an effect on the grub. If it's if it's in a stage of metamorphosis. So, um, when so, the worst the worst time to treat really is, when all the insects come out, Alex. We're going to start to see them all over the place and we can spray to get those and that's that's fine. But you're really You know you're putting out the fire after it's already done all of its damage or it started. The best time to treat for these is early in the spring in the fall when we can so when they're done eating, they go back down into the ground, Alex and they lay more eggs. And those eggs begin to turn into little grubs. And that's a great time. So by September 1st. There's little grubs in the ground, and they don't do as much damage because they're little and then they grow for a month or two. And then they dig deep down into the ground, and then they overwinter deep down three or four ft. Down in the ground. And then the springtime. They wake up and they come up and they feed more than they come out and turn into the beetle so we wanted. We want to be treating your grass with a pellet. Grub grub, Preventative or a grub exterminator pellet that goes down into your roots of your grass, and then they eat. They eat and get that poison so Um, so if you have them and you want to control them, you need to do we really need to talk so we can get good timing. Great minds think alike. That was going to be my next question. How can folks get ahold of you to try and get this grub problem under control that that's what they think they have Sure, it's well, if you have any issues with your lawn. Any problems were very Good at getting to the answer to the bottom of things in treatment 2623923444.
"stockton" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics
"Exactly how significant that impact is. But i would anticipate that to have kind of a similar potential of how like when they introduce burton to a this further evolution of not just like understanding content but understanding like how users search and then using bat to then surfaced the relevant content for that. So when we look at some of the things that we've seen changing obviously there was some potential updates who are some of the big movers and shakers that you notice this month. Yes so. I mean starting out just elephant room. I mean always a good place to start with the big you know the top two and we had conversations back in like twenty nineteen odd shifting on the powers like youtube actually eclipsed we kapito from overall like search presence sends thin you kind of been kind of teetering. I'll leave you know had the different hypothetical conversations around like and trust lawsuits etcetera. I think it's more kind of like the shifting of the landscape. But with that. I'd say from this last month we saw a pretty substantial jump and boost in performance from wikipedia. So if we looked at kind of time frame rate before that thirtieth our day they went from fifty five point seven million as really score and now they're up to kind of that fifty nine almost sixty million so even though it's like you look grads. Increase that jump is larger than a lot of websites overall visibility. So i think that one is pretty substantial fee distance and separation from youtube and we compete is also just drastically increase because as the same time as we saw wikipedia. Get that nice little bump. It wasn't as drastic and we talked about youtube last month. Being one of our losers. They've kinda continued that unlike bleed out from performance so we saw larger decline last month on youtube and this month is not as steep not as drastic but single digit percent week over week for the last four weeks on youtube. So we're seeing some continuation of the trends. We've seen at the top with youtube falling a little bit farther behind wikipedia for the most searched for the the most visible site online talked me about some of the other categories that we've seen any difference in the updates in media streaming some of the the other content players yet media was interesting when too and so you know typically we see a fair amount of ultimately in this industry one thing in particular was. The bbc had a really strong. And i mean even going into last month. I think the week that they had this. Most significant growth was a seven percent by dave had consecutive positive months sands in march..
"stockton" Discussed on The JV Sports Show
"Covered and and it's gonna be exciting. I just have to pick that one. I rented wrote ran at you. And you're like yes i love. It will be back after the break. We're going to wrap up a little more with the dick stockton and in travel more. And then we're gonna hit number one. This is Am ten sixty here on varsity sport. Show up tongue-tied. Because i'm just off of the show that we're doing stick around folks..
"stockton" Discussed on The JV Sports Show
"Welcome back to the varsity sports show here on. Am ten sixty katie us. Arizona installation co. here joined by the great dick stockton. Who is counting down. His top five broadcast moments. That spanned over a fifty five year. Career is if there you can narrow it down to five and that was that was hard but as you can hear there with the olympics theme we are going into the olympics and We're gonna talk Number three here in just a second. We actually had a caller on. Hold that want to ask dick a question crater you there yes i am. Hey craig craig go ahead. Great great show so far Mr stockton a quick question. You're talking about the fun that's Moments that you could recall. So i just wanted to see if you could bring out something that was like awkward within your announcing career that you would tend not to like like to remember so. I don't know about awkward moment. I i mean You know they're always some of those awkward but you know i don't I you know nothing that i remembered that comes to mind so You know i. I mean i i i would say that you know In nineteen eighty towards the end of the eighties. I think the houston rockets. Were playing the celtics in the nba. Finals and During the i think the fifth game. I had seen a ralph stamps in being elbowed by Over seventeen and seven four. I think he wasn't and Jerry who was one of the celtic guards off the bench was really elbowing him and And then finally Sampson had enough a bit. You took a wild swing at dennis. Johnson gordon and he was thrown out of the game. And i think on the broadcast. I remember bringing out the fact that The guy who really started things was tasting at the other end and maybe samson shouldn't have been thrown out of the game but when you throw a punch in an nba game automatic ejection. So i think that proper has was You know you know. I was not right in saying that. He shouldn't have been thrown out of the game Because it's not started. The act to i would say that was a moment that wasn't happy with but i don't dwell on the awkward moment i had a brilliant career and i don't think of the negative at all to be honest with you and they were. They were so well. It comes to mind the a the incident. I know this wasn't on your watch but it was the one game. There was a monday night game where the lights in the stadium without lost all power at. It was like that for a while. You know. I mean things like that. How do you fill the time you know you crack jokes. What do you say. What do you do and but But no what a career what a career so Aaron let's go ahead and run. This is bonnie blair and dan jansen in the olympics olympics in one thousand nine hundred eighty four winter olympics. Bonnie blair set the goal and her mother. Eleanor is is ready as she can be bonnie blair in fifteen hundred stepping up to the line. Bonnie blair has the fourth best time in the world is season in the fifteen hundred so this is not just a in the park for her. She knows she has a shot at a medal. Sketchy is ahead of even three hundred meter time by about six tenths of seconds of all the one thousand on wednesday years. You've been for forty six hundred. Seven hundred is ahead. Laugh seven tenths of a second body glare has a great chance for how remember she just this the medal. Powdery six years ago. Five thirty eleven larry's under that time goes into the last lap and looking to take the lead women's fifteen hundred one second ahead of audie glare making the last turn and heading for home. Schooling was the united states record of appears to tv. Record taking this way and body her forty four forty four komo hundreds of the senate face as you pointed out right now is in second place in crime medal position right now well neiman still has the leave for celebration at the blair bunch because an american record has been established by bonnie blair two or three forty four thumbs up all the way around for bonnie blair. She has moved into second place in this competition and hope to hold off the route getting ready for his one thousand meter race. Dan jansen now or never for an olympic medal. She should be under seventeen seconds to really have a shot at this race and he is dancing at sixty. Seventy one jansen. What's going to be in the league. There is dave chance. Wow so this one in particular these to you talk about and i kind of watched some other interviews and clips a around these events beat with bonnie blair and dan jansen in the that A winner olympic game and You talk about perseverance and overcoming adversity. I mean i could see why. These were so specialty. Give us a little more backstory. Well first of all You know bonnie blair had an amazing run She wanted A gold medal calgary's she wants to and albert bill and two more in lillehammer norway. We were we were at hamar. That was the town outside of willow hammer where we covered the speed skating events in but in the viking ship which is a beautiful the editors and dan jansen was an interesting guy because danton had slipped in all of his You know tries to win win. A gold medal and In one of those olympics is sister passed away And and he was faking by that and he never could put it together and people were wondering whether he had stuff to do it. And and in the five hundred meter which was the sprint that he was supposed to dominate. He he had a slip and did not win that and then he went into the final one. It was his final olympic. One thousand meter of which there were many candidate to win this race. He wasn't the favorite and he. Not only you know. Wanted wanted in record time at the world record and won the gold medal as well and it should be brought out that please skating. You're not racing against anybody. You're not racing even though there's another skater. On the ice. That's gator is on the opposite side of the four hundred meter oval and you're racing against the clock and so You can come up with the best time. But that's the time to be so you don't necessarily win in your event unless it's the last year. The last gator. And you now have the fastest time. But if you're not and he wasn't the last one and needed was bonnie blair. That's the time that others have to be but it was fascinating. The way dad worked. And you talk.
Does Zero Click Have Any Real Value in the SEO Landscape?
"I've been really interested in this no click conversation. I'm mean ran. Really kind of like. I would say like brought it to the forefront a bit more in seo by ran in ran fish in friends of the voices of search podcast. Of course. of course. I still excited. He came on the show. Anyway do yes so so ran. Came out a couple years back with a study. That was using jump shot. Data and jump. Shot is a click stream. Data provider was a click stream data provider and with this study. He was looking at within this data. Sad all the searches that were in google. Us how many were clicking through either. Pay odds organic or not doing any activity at all. This sparked a ton of communication and like back and forth within the industry and even to this day it creates a lot of like polarizing views on it my first reaction to i think like most was yes. There's a lot of no collectively but how many of those are searches for. What time is it in barcelona or what time is it in australia. And so sure on those like like kind of Not transactional but like anecdotal type. Queries is you're gonna have that activity and you're also going to have that around like query refinement. So you write something in and then uniting the results. i won't let me search for this instead. And yes those are happening. But i think as were seen the actual sir plans evolve. We're also seeing that. No click activity changed. And that's where. I think it's really interesting to see some of this information. That have random putting out is because he did it a few years back. I wanted to save time ahead. It was sitting around like an overall like fifty five percent like click activity and then fast forward. He did another one from inv- last year. This time with similar webs and jump shot got it disassembled which is a bummer for search. Just because it was really cool data source even though search metrics. We weren't using it for search volume. It was really fun to play around with with this new one. It was showing that sixty five percent of all queries. were no click activity. And what this tells me is won- even from the macro level and you can pick apart and kind of get into the nuance of it. Which i think has value but from a high level. You can see okay. Is it reasonable to think that people are just searching different. A year later two years later and note the biggest change during that is the landscape shifting and so understanding ben how that has an impact to what traffic you're driving from those rankings becomes a really important piece to just understand the world that we're operating and living
"stockton" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"We have to fight every step of the way we have to organize every day. We have to show up all the time and we have to be all in. I love it. Mobilizing inspiring. i'm gonna pass one more question to the the rest of this group before we close up and it's about hope and where we're going because i think that we've heard a lot about what we've done where we've come. The challenges were up against. When i'd love to hear a little bit more about about what is giving us hope for that next step or up but george. I know we're weeding in amazing gift that you gave us which was an archive of the work that we've done over the past several years and i'm curious if upon reflection i if there are any reflections you have around the project net your expectations or if there were things that you learned that were different than what you expected. I guess i'm just curious to hear your thoughts on reflecting back some of the things that you have seen in this community that that might inform. That conversation about hope gives me. One is the fact that you're that you're also gathered. You get a chance to go back and listen to those interviews with yourselves. Four years ago going on five. I mean to me. There were really inspiring. They're really wonderful. Profiles of hope in profiles of change profiles. People who to send me point are not giving up. i guess that's why. I reach back out to nicholas at the end of us jurist. Because you know. I'm not giving up hope for my old hometown in for all of you. Support the efforts on the ground and worked with the fridge on some affordable housing. In fact some of the money i inherited from my mom who died in stockton. I put into a housing in stockton because i wanted to do something for south stockton. The neighborhood i grew up in his as a kid coming in stockton and i feel like my expectations were as much about discovery. What was going on in. What's really wonderful to see is here. We are five years later. And you're actually manifesting all of the stuff that you talked about five years ago and you are on the ground making change and i love the fact that the message i carry through today. It's not only it's up about reflection but it's that whole thing of renew. You guys are renewing your commitment to each other or renewing your commitment to the community and to me. It's a wonderful series of stories and a time capsule if you will but really just such a wonderful piece of foundational humidity groceries power absolutely and i think that is a good transition to the last question i have which is about. So what is giving. Y'all hope as we move into this next phase of our work. Is there anything that you'd like to focus the listeners. Or a community on our. Is there any challenge you often. We can now roll up our sleeves and get some work done..
"stockton" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"That are using their voice to decry environmental justice in the delta. And you know. I really think. There's a strong culture in stockton community organizing because people are seeing a reflection themselves. In the generation above organizing. It can be definitely like a really powerful thing now that we have these three generations. Strong youth organizers in stockton at intergenerational movement. So that's just some of the hope that i am feeling despite all the challenges that are happening. Thank you so much irene. And i really love your amplification and lifting up of these amazing youth. Advocates activists organizers. As as you mentioned who really do give us a lot of hope. You're.
"stockton" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"How do we make sure that places continued to live in your offer. Community base level so places like little. Manila zine is an important project the projects that are led by mama tea around being able to be writers than poets in being able to work in that way. So i think that the city of stockton we've been through a lot more resilient though we're the so many great examples of us surviving but we can't just move along trying to teach folks how to survive these systems of oppression. We also need to get the work on to change systems and dismantle and create we have to dismantle them. I would say estonians will take on that challenge enjoying other movements across the state in the nation. Were saying that right. Like this is a math. And so i am encouraged. But i also know that. There's a ton of work ahead of us. But i'm ready. We've been ready at least some of the people that are on here all of the people. We've been ready doing this work. And now we just need to create stronger solidarity points. And he'll has collective 'cause that's also another issue. Lump folks are now ready to face the healing process as a group. So but that's not their fault i is. This is compounded trauma. This is generational trauma so anyway. Thank you for inviting me. I'll probably stay on for a little longer and then at the way. Thank you nancy. I want everybody joined us. I'm nicholas hatton. The principal with of social justice initiative. And so i thank you on behalf of this collective for joining us. I want to speak to one thing that real quick length. If you don't mind on a and that's the the conversations that families have and what has been so interesting hearing from people like holly berry and come. The harris. Our vice president and other mixed african americans who evolved shared. How they at one point were sat down by their mothers their white mothers including former president obama and told you are and these are going to be your challenges being blocked. I question 'cause i know in my upbringing in stockton we never had the compensation and i question how many parents sit their children down. In how those conversations and in particular within our latin x communities. I think that stockton culturally has done a great job of acknowledging its diversity but not acknowledging the importance of understanding the nuances within that diversity. And i think that that leads to us becoming adults in thinking that we are diverse. And i don't need to understand which then leads to implicit bias which i think really impacted who we are as people today and i think the local election results is a complete reflection of that and so i hope that those of you who are listening to the doctor speak and talk about those important conversations. That families have that we do when our youth are young. And that was the connecting thread with all these wonderful mixed actors and leaders as the parent. Don't them at a very early age and started to inform them of who they are and how that plays in society and so hopefully more and more families will take docker. Nazis cues and start hugging those conversations. So that's the point that i wanted to share. Thank you nicholas. I do want to wrap up by introducing the last of our community panelists..
"stockton" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Since we've launched the project with my company ricky gutierrez but if feels like it's been more than a year because we've been so busy and then the other part of me. I'm a professor. So i teach ethnic studies at sacramento state university. In just last year. I started getting back into research some currently working with folks that s you. The rue basically research ethnic studies in the impact on young people are getting that started. We haven't started yet. But we're already thinking about you know making sure that we document this work in this history and then my other work is with us. Documenting the impact of college promise initiatives which are so important. Things like stockton scholars. For example in other initiatives that support our young people right in their pursue of higher education. So the state of the city. I'll be brief. Because i know that a lot has been said. And i definitely echo mama. Tea conversations right having courageous conversations. I think that you know covid. Nineteen like lang said earlier as well has really brought us back right to think about these issues. That have been issues for longer than i have been alive issues of poverty. Issues of racism. Color ism all these things that we are taught to look pass or two maybe not think about at all and i think that that's the task at right in stockton specifically is that we need to take a moment to really talk about those uncomfortable. Things i mean. I don't speak for everyone in the let next community but as anna myself growing up in a mexican household conversations around racism came in went right in terms of my background as immigrant. But we never really got to heal from the trauma. When i think that we talk about these issues while at the same time we need to do some transformative healing. And that's a lot of work. I see that a lot here in stockton right the future. that's why i teach ethnic studies in honestly intersection of ethnic studies in education..
"stockton" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Is this group of community members coming together in articulating a different way. And i think the challenge will be to see how we can step up and really promote that action. I recognize that. Thomas brisbane is on the line with us and so i would love to just allow her to introduce herself and maybe answer the same question if you're willing to if you're willing to build out on some of the things that people have said it on. What is the state of our city and our community. What are you want people to know about where we're going from here. I trauma brisbane executive director of with our words and it is my honor to also be the poet laureate of the city of stockton. How do i see our city. I'm gonna come at it a little bit differently. All we are in transition. We are in conflict. A great many of us are in denial. And then i'm going to back it up with some m sounding words. We are also empowered. We are emblematic of what is wrong. But what can also possibly be right and we are emergent at the end of it. You know we are going to get through this. But it's the getting through where. I have my greatest angst because i continue to hear people talk about. We have to focus on unity and we have to focus on the coming together and quite honestly what i hear when i hear this almost undue focus on. Let's unify is. I hear this because we have yet to fully vet the problem. We have yet to fully give voice to the problem. We have yet to fully discuss all the things that are happening. Historically currently what that means for the future we haven't heard everyone's full voice. And so when i hear will come together. It reminds me of a reflexive response to black lives matter with all lives matter and all that does is that again. That's a muffling mechanism for me and until we actually fully vet the problems that we are facing..
"stockton" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"I tell you sometimes when i drive out of the area because there's like a stores here and i think to myself. Wow elise i have an asset a tool to get to a store. The what about the community members who do not have tools who do not have cars who do not have vehicles who do not have resources. Howard baker thriving. What about those who are unsheltered. How are they thriving in the community. And you know as i'm looking at the stage and the climate of covert. I think about post covid. What's going to happen to the brenna moratorium. What's going to happen when the water moratorium ends. What's going to happen. When the pg knee moratorium ends are people just gonna miraculously have endless amount of money to pay for their bills like there is so much to be sad about coleman and the implications within not just stockton but stockton in general to that point to the world in general like. How are people going to be able to thrive and then what's going to happen with the next pandemic which will be mental health. Let's face it. People have lost live when someone moves us live. It leaves an imprint in the community. That is lifelong. That's a trauma that's a trigger. What happens when you lose your job. I've lost my job. I've had cobra twice in gus and never had an opportunity to stop and he'll really take care of myself. Because i was taking care of everything else all of that. It's impacting to us. And so when. I think about the climate and the things that need to be done in this community need that needs to be to happen. Our city it's heavy and it's not gonna be a one woman or a women banned it starts with community and so. I think that really need to have a deeper conversation as to how to unify and really address the core issues of covid in the aftermath of covid. Thank you council. Member warm cuts umbrella. You have been added to that just briefly. I think that as we approach all these challenges we believe in make sure that we're focusing solutions on equity in on people driven solutions in in the city of Things that i was able to pass along with former councilmember rhodesia ransom was equity in an empowerment initiative and what that did was restructured the framework with how we proceed in governance to make sure that every single city law program services being done equitably and being put out there publicly to be transparent. And unfortunately we're seeing you know similar. To what number saying is that there are so many people coming from so many different viewpoints in each of those are valid. But when we're looking at enacting policy we're at a point now we can't forget it. They're so many dire challenges right now but we need to always center on people putting people first and how we're going to solve that and it can be incredibly frustrating as Official because sometimes you struggle with proposed policy initiatives that are counter to that one of the things we face in city is. Tracy is really huge. Push for sanctuary cities for businesses to open up without any coke restrictions or limitations. And it's it's incredibly frustrating because we do here and see the struggles that many of those individuals are coming with but we also need to really focus and look at people and what we're doing it in the city of tracy we don't even have a homeless shelter and so we're working. You know quickly effectively to try and get warming center place to push those because it needs to be centered on people in how can solve that and that's an incredible trump's for everybody in all the cities throughout the county. It's that kind of institutional differences. They're gonna take cohesion actually solve so as we do procedures to make sure that we're focusing on the equity focusing human solutions for every single step in every policy the best forward..
"stockton" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Is the town hall meeting. We had in twenty nineteen. There's also a video attached to that short win in the long form if you want her to listen to the two and a half hours and then also you can listen to the unedited because the shows were together for thirty minute radio shows kid. Wdc thanks again to to leo. And the k- wdc team to broadcast those and they were just broadcast again this last week. But you can stream them and street. The town hall at the town hall is really great because it included youth leaders along with all the community leaders some of them are on our zoom meeting today. Wonderful george and we'll come back to that at the end of this presentation. At this time i am going to start passing it to some of the leaders on the line is that we really want to amplify. I could be a height person for all of these people. I won't do long introductions. I just doing a name that i love all the people deeply on this line and i will ask them to introduce themselves but the first question i'm gonna pass out is religious around how like what the state of our city is and the first question is going to go to delay. The director of stockton scholars. So the question. i'd like to ask you. Is we share with us. Your reflections on the state of our community from kobe to the domestic terrorism that took place in washington. Dc to our new president and vice president in stockton. There's new leadership. All of this has an impact on the work. That you do. What are your thoughts. Dna of stockton. All thank you for having me in for that introduction again my name's jeannie app pekar and i am the proud director of the stockton scholars program for those who may not be familiar. Stockton scholars is a college scholarship program. That we're really working to defeat the educational crisis in stockton. We know about seventeen percent of adults over the age. Twenty four have a higher education degree and so we are working to combat that and make sure the students have everything they need to pursue higher education. In regards to your question. I agree with everyone who open the space. Bovid has absolutely been devastating or immunity. One of the first things we did as a program is surveyed. Our students when kobe i hit and we saw the students had to move out of their dorms. In an emergency or did not have access to wifi or computers when being off campus we saw another recent survey that we conducted many students indicated that they're suffering from increased levels of anxiety some indicated suicidal or possibly eating disorders other things. So we're seeing the stress and the effects of covid have had a huge impact..
"stockton" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Give an invocation. You know or the definitely every kirk from council numbers here that is been charges the to our community to our county our nation. And so i'm going to be a christian tradition. I mean has been as as someone who has lost family members as well to this is been my face actually carry me through and it's time to give us strength as a family to you know to be together to be there for each other as much as we can. We really almost can't but that's what's been able to connect to so if you join me in this prayer this evening i appreciate it. Thank you again. God of mercy. God of grace god of love gotta justice become to you today for comfort. Come to you today. Peace and we come to you in love. We gather in this space together to limit to honor also to carry out is that you have to collectively in as to do justice and love mercy relooking up all the families who have many geared loved ones who have lost their lives. This deadly virus called kobe. Nineteen pray for their hearts. We pray for them to be confident. We pray those have shed many tears lift up a special prayer strength and healing those were in the hospitals right now adding for their lives. Many families who are unable to touch their loved ones. You pray for the endurance for the doctors. The nurses the hospital staff and frontline workers essential workers those who are very central however not named as such pray for the peace of our city refer the healing of our city. We pray for the activation of liberty and justice for all heroes. Be with us in this. I pray in. Jesus name amen. Thank you pastor. Curtis as we are rooting ourselves in. What has happened over the past nine to twelve london before and talking in a moment about what comes forward as of last night in san joaquin county. There have been eight hundred forty four debts number thirty thousand cases of covid. Ask you to please join me. In a moment of silence for all the lives that have been impacted lost due to the pandemic and also due to d- d dual pandemic of systemic racism and other forms of oppression. Thank you so again if you are joining us tonight. Either on facebook or on k. w. c. or one of our other many digital platforms you have come to hear from The uplift of the stories of a community of leaders in the city in this county who are really trying to gather to build more just more equitable more progressive and more humane city. My name is langlands. How had the great honor of serving as the executive director of the reinvent stockton foundation. But you didn't come to hear me..
"stockton" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Fm neared stockton hosting the length. Thank you so much for being our nc just like you were back in two thousand nineteen or less townhall conversation where we've got folks together so Going to turn it over to you so that we can start the the invocation wonderful. And i wanna say thank you to everyone listening on k. Wdc thank you to everyone tuning in on facebook. Live and everyone in this this zoom room with me. It feels cozy on this warm evening. Hopefully warm for us at. I know a cold night for many in our community. And i'm i'm just honored that you have chosen to join us for the opportunity that is stockton as opportunity to really listen to some of our major community leaders not only mar city but throughout our county. We're going to start this program with some reflections on really what's going on in the world and start in quick succession an introduce three of our community leaders. I council number. Dan areola then councilmember kimberly worsley and followed up with a real indication from our pasture. Online pastor. chris. But the off. I'm gonna ask to pass the zoom mike over to my friend. My brother my sister. I might say sometimes councilmember dan arriola who represents the great city of tracy and also serves in public service throughout our county. When you kick us off police arrived good afternoon everybody. They you really invitation. And thank you for having this incredible to see all of your beautiful faces. And i think just never represent the city of tracy has wanna thank you for making sure that our other cities are here at the table in the forefront of the conversation. I think that we need to really kind of conceptualizing. Understand that the the problems that we're facing for was cova there are no boundaries and we need to really understand that the virus doesn't work that way we need to be working together and z. Tracy we've had forty eight debts and every single time. I hear those numbers breaks my heart because these are members of our community. Is your parents these kids you know. These are brothers and sisters. These are essential workers and their members of our community and we're expanding that throughout the community and so ferber we can do as a city. I wanna make sure that the city of stocked knows everyone throughout the community and county knows that we are here to work alongside with you and we're in this together. We're going to be enough city rates. Thank you.
What Knicks trade for Lonzo Ball could look like
"To the pelicans new orleans lonzo ball love him or leave him leave him. I think a lot of return for lonzo ball. And i i gotta tell you. I'm really impressed with all the talk. We've been having about lamelo ball lonzo. Ball's men baldwin him shooting the ball well from the three point line. He's not really playing. His position stands got him sort of three indeed settings threes. Chris i on your. I can pick and roll like okay. Zion's carmelo no lonzo ball is the karl malone and john stockton karl malone what the hell down world but it works. It works the upside down any can defend. Yeah leave him. Yeah that's what i think. He fits with the knicks. Because we talked about you talk about random about how well you know how hard air coats and commitment to the defense side of all you have to get a certain type of store star in new york. He's a guy that won't be afraid of coming in and do a little hard working in committing to both sides of the ball quickly which you know. Obviously well his dad prophesized already. He prophesied before but now we just gotta deal with him stats next.
Oakland launches guaranteed income program for low-income people of color
"For 600 residents, making it among the largest in the country. Shortly after Oakland's announcement, Marin County voted unanimously to launch its own pilot for 125 residents. They join a growing list of jurisdictions in California, trying some version of a universal basic income as an early study of Stockton's basic income experiment finds positive results. Joining me first to talk about these newest program Sky Mars A Roddy reporter, producer for Cake, you BDs
A Coworking Community of First Believers
"Get started. I'll ask you an about launch pad. You and chris co founders of launchpad. What is that exactly so launch pad is a network co working spaces really focused on smaller communities what we call them into markets throughout the united states. And we're located in nashville newark. New jersey stockton california new orleans. And we're coming to many other cities like mesa arizona and louisville kentucky. So we've really focused on becoming part of the entrepreneurial community and acting as a home base for entrepreneurs of all kinds. So i'm going to ask you about your locations in a bit but i wanted to ask you about your unique value proposition. I mean you're playing in a growing space. What defines launch pad among all other players in the space i think the biggest factor is an alignment with the success of our members. We really focus on people who are working on cnn. Really is the way that we define our marketing so that's much more expansive than just people starting a startup right. There's a lot of people who are working entrepreneurial league whether you are starting to start up a small business freelancer even working remotely. The nature of work is changing so much and we really focus on helping her members be successful in whatever their goals and aspirations are a lot of people are new to this and we believe that diversity of member shall ross. The types of businesses in diversity on level is so important so the lot of factors that set launch pad art and. I'm sure we'll we'll talk a little bit about sort of the ups and downs of the co working world today in the in the on gas. But we've been around for ten years and have really focused on the growing success of ecosystems that we play a part in that starts with helping the members that work at launch pad really achieved their roles. So when when i was doing my research a term popped out of the text and that was first believers. What does that mean. And why is it so important at launch pad. They mainly sat down and belts sort of the core values with business and or operating communities that we serve. I believe i one that always talks up and crystals. Everyone's firstly a ride often on journey. You hear the words know whether that from an investor whether it's from your mother whether it's from your little that little guilty had You're telling you that it's not gonna work and what you really need levers and so me think of that as sing the level within lunchtime and oftentimes those folks were working in the community. They are each other's levers members to show every day. They're the ones you hear the saab sorting things go wrong. Who celebrate the for sale. Who ring the bell with you. And you create this environment where we're all sort of on this entrepreneurial jury ourselves and help each other and we consciously about it every day about being people's first lemurs and we do that in righty one. It's the cities that we choose so we often go to places that maybe be overlooked by big providers or big big Operators in our space and we take bets on the city's because we really believe in supporting them supporting their entrepreneurs and we also believe that being i believe her is not just about writing a check. It's also being someone's purse customer so we try actively to support our businesses within launchpad by not only being their mentor their friends but to be their customer many years ago before i even started executive recruiting. I tried my hand at starting a new suspect on intellectual property. I spent a lot of money. I wrote a patent got a patent issue and then i tried becoming operational as a startup and was so soul-crushing and yes i got told no every day i never heard yes and i was like how can i put up with this so i can see the value in doing that. You know it's so true. I it's the journey of any entrepreneurial venture hearing no all day long in whatever role you are and it's also the internal journey right. I think the first believers concept is really the antidote to imposter syndrome. rain holds us back is am. I truly the ceo of this company. Am i truly hanging my big corporate job in stepping out to follow my passion project and so by being a community of first believers has not just us founders that that believe in our members radium culture where people believe in each other and push each other and support each other along that journey wondering if you could give me a sense of how that gets flushed out. So i'm a startup entrepreneur. I set up shop at launch. What can i experience at launch pad. That's going to help me flush out my business model in my path to success. Oftentimes the process starts before you become a member and typically what we see a lot of the journeys especially for startup founders. Is they'll connect with one of us or another member of our community around something as simple as pitch practice or a mentor session. Or hey i'm looking to raise money. Can i tap into your network to connect with others and get some funding. You know they always say if you ask for money you'll get good advice and we have that conversation with us. Start to be able to demonstrate the power of the network the power of the platform and power those connections and oftentimes some of the way we recruit startups into launchpad is through those very first early conversations. Once they join the community we have an on boarding process for folks where we connect people. It's starting out. A co working. Space is a little bit starting your first day at school or your first day at your job and we approach that very similarly by creating programs and connection points doing a little member matchmaking. So that folks who have like minded challenges or personalities or different types of businesses. We can connect them. And so we're really sort of smooth the path of on boarding in the community and then we have a variety of different programming and curriculum and supportive activities that happen throughout the year to be able to support entrepreneurs obviously dumb one some group sessions but we really sort of enable the platform to basically support it. And what we end up seeing these collisions of connection moments where people come together and they find their technical co founder amongst our member base or they find their first customer if they're hanging their shingle to be a consultant. Every time we do surveys of our member base about the benefits of being at launchpad we consistently hear that it helps them do more business. It helps them be more professional helps them achieve more their goals. That's fabulous so you take a lot of the sting out of being a startup entrepreneur with dimension. We also are sort of on converts so we understand deeply the challenges that we all face. And i mean i think especially in a year like we've had with the pandemic with twenty twenty struggled ourselves as as many businesses and i think it's been really valuable for us to be able to share those struggles in to go through that together with our members. We wake up every day. Thinking about launch pad are members. Were not a big corporation. We don't wanna be. And i think that really comes through in terms of the connection points that we can make with entrepreneurs are our
Mumia Abu-Jamal, convicted of murder of Philadelphia police officer, tests positive for COVID-19
"Shots freedom fighter in elder mumia abu-jamal Layoff death row. Believe it was back in two thousand eight on. He was on there for considerable amount of time There was a worldwide movement to get him off of their for also Worldwide movement stockton from being executed Was a fifteen year old spokesman for the black panther party philadelphia. He was targeted by f. Mona fbi in soil. He definitely should have been released by nanny so What we know right now is that his. He has preexisting conditions by the right. Amy is horrible He was most recently diagnosed with kobe nights. A he also has congestive heart failure. Which is where you know. Blood is not You know is significantly You know enough's sufficiently rather also hepatitis so we know what we know today. Is that mia. They're saying that he's still in the prison infirmary That the worst phase of the cova infection is over. The he's in the clear. This is from a activists who Gave an update to the philadelphia inquirer about his condition. And unfortunately that because he has hepatitis. C has a lot of like lacerations stores open wills on his scan and he's supposed to be getting a medical skin treatment in a in the form of a bat every single day per doctors orders. He has not been getting that. That is the last day at gotten Do comrades in. We'll be connecting this week and saw hopefully have some more updates tomorrow morning indefinitely as we're going through. But i implore everyone to pray for our brother. So-called can go on instagram. And look up or go on twitter Mumia abu-jamal official twitter account. You can also go over tomorrow. Instagram at lyon is crowned. You can see the flyers that were using. That had been circulated via official twitter for him. an call call the pennsylvania district district attorney's office in call various people At the prison at mandalay state prison in pennsylvania.
DawgNation's Mike Griffith Makes Wild Accusations About the Potential of Georgia Football
"Going to read you a comment. That danny sheridan gave to us. I think it was about a week ago. Danny was picking the final four and he georgia to go to the final four this coming season and he said i would say the fourteen would be. George think georgia is loaded in. Georgia does not win this year. They are not going to win for a long time. And by that i mean. Get to the final four. Do you think this is the season as georgia is. Getting playoff are bus for kirby smart and his team. Yeah i've heard that the last few years in kirby keeps finding players in georgia keep finding ways to contend being a contender and actually doing. It are two different things. But what georgia's john paul. As they've stayed in the conversation or as curry says you gotta keep getting those at bats and when he finished in the top ten. Four straight years as georgia's don you recruit as well as kirby has you give yourself a chance and georgia's become known as a place that quarterbacks like to come now. The results have not always blossomed. Is much as people would like but you look at this roster now and jt daniels. Looks like one of the best quarterbacks in the country coming back. He's a former five-star they signed broadband. A grip he was a five star. Wants committed oklahoma. Now they've got gunner stockton committed a twenty twenty two five star. I mean my goodness talent is everywhere and now it's just a matter georgia finishing the job on football field. Which brings me one more comment and we don't we. Don't go out looking at other shows to bring you information. We take it from our own program. And i believe those two weeks ago booger mcfarland. We all know boogers credentials. He said this on on our show he said if you are a bulldog fan and you're going to sit there and stare honestly in the eye kirby has done less with more than maybe even mark. Rick how would you respond to that. Wow i guess. I'd say first of all you've got to get more right. You've got to have those recruiting classes in the top two or three. That's a good problem to apple and as far as doing more with less they're less with pernille they're getting ready. You can't if you can't finish the job though mike. That's i mean you're you're you're you're you're playing right in to what these guys are saying georgia out recruit anyone would maybe the exception of alabama But when are they going to finish the job. That's the question that georgia fans are asking. Yeah it's it's been tough when you win the sec. Three years in a row. And you lose to alabama in the sec championship. Game and twenty eight teeny get left out of the playoff for you. Come within one play of winning the national title twenty seventeen. I mean. i can't answer those questions for you. Know it's funny. You had ryan mcgee up there a few minutes ago talking about the late. Great dale earnhardt. He didn't win the daytona five hundred until his twentieth attempt. So those big game. Victories can be kind of a lucid. And i think that's happened for george. Remember paul kirby smart is only forty five years old. This is only year six for him. You look at how long it took guys. Like steve spurrier and nick sabin and they were six seven years into their careers before they got their national titles.
Building a Grassroots Movement From Scratch
"Two thousand and four memoir guidebook called looking for a few good mom's how one mom rallied a million others against the gun lobby earned her the could spoil award from oprah. The book was also cited by the atlantic in two thousand eight as one of the best books on female leadership in two thousand fifteen her daily beast essay. How to organize. The mother of all protests led to a nationwide grassroots effort. The following year called the concert across america to end gun violence in which she served as co chair also in two thousand sixteen co produced and co directed the award winning documentary five a week about the women of louisiana who reform the state's domestic violence laws by getting the nra to stand down over the years. She's promoted gun violence prevention and grassroots activism in hundreds of media outlets including meet the press face the nation the today show and the nbc nightly news in addition to her activism. Donna has spent most of her professional career in new york city at the cbs network. On its communications team. She has represented numerous high profile talent. Including dan rather david letterman and bob schieffer. I'm also joined by sheikha hamilton. She is currently the national organizing and chapter development manager for the brady campaign to prevent gun by violence. She's been working on the issue of gun violence prevention since the year. Two thousand one while living in detroit at the time she helped organize million mom march the largest protests against gun violence in the us history until two thousand eighteen in the march for our lives. She's worked on this issue every day. Since then held various roles from chapter leader the state chapter president to the first elected million mom march leader elected to the brady campaign board of trustees to the national spokesperson for the million mom march. Rally to renew the assault weapons ban. She has also appeared on cnn msnbc and a host of media outlets. She is a licensed attorney in california and michigan. Her boots are on the ground and she has worked for decades to pass gun control legislation in her home. State worth noting all of those credentials. Both of you donna. And she thank you for having to stone who anka joan. So we've all sat in front of tv news and seeing the horrors of gun violence. We can rattle off the names. Columbine sandy ok- oklahoma city. Pulse las vegas and those literally just came off the top of my head in a hot second. Some of us gas cry others write checks. Many don't do much of anything. I'd really like to hear what you believe. It takes to get off the couch and do something can start with donna. And then she got great well. I didn't really have foot. Spur right off the bat. It took me about a week to actually hall cap without police to get an application to march on washington i. I tried to volunteer of one of the many noble and fabulous gun violence prevention nonprofits in our existed. But what. I didn't realize at the time that they get death. Threats constantly get harassing phone calls and so there are a lot of. It's very hard to reach our back. Then you know one of these nonprofits. So i tried for about a week to volunteer and i got very frustrated or mike okay. Here's a problem. I know there must be lots of people just like me who wanna volunteer and they have nowhere to go. I did what i think. A lotta women. Do i picked up the phone. And i called women friends and i said i applied for permit to march on washington and i need of your help and get it was on a seven day says from being outraged by that shooting to actually plans to the permanent. So i i wanna put a pin in and come back to something. You said that. I want my listeners to really attend to. Which is that. Donna tried to reach out to nonprofit organization. Say hey i'm here. I'm outraged and i'm available and i wanna help and i'm not sure. The donna is the only person that has had an experience like that she got. What did it take for you to say. I've had enough. I want to do something about this. Well i i know i feel like it's a build up I grew up in california where there were a lot of shootings right back in the eighties and early nineties. And i didn't do anything about i. Stockton schoolyard shooting. There was a law firm shooting right across from where i worked. I didn't do anything. I was a young mom holding my baby when columbine happened at endure anything but then that mother instinct kicked in when i saw little blip on the news saying million moms are marching in dc. I called up my friend who worked for my congresswoman and said what are you going to do about it. And then i went to the million mom march website in. This is the key thing i went there. It was very simple. It said the problem and the solutions and how to get involved. I emailed the purse. I it just email. I emailed and would i don't know maybe in an hour i got a response and they asked me to come to a meeting. Me was like that i was
Newsom's stay-at-home order set to be triggered in Southern California
"Of people and businesses in large parts of California are facing tough new restrictions now as the state fights to keep from being overwhelmed by a surge of Corona virus infections. CBS News correspondent Michael George has details on a new government order. The order issued by Governor Gavin Newsom will remain in effect for at least three weeks. Ah, Los Angeles restaurant owner who was forced to shut down because of coronavirus restrictions, is frustrated after a film crew was able to set up outdoor dining for its workers right across from her restaurant. People wonder why I'm pro testing. And why I have had enough. The shutdown includes Los Angeles, San Diego, Stockton and Modesto has most of California struggles with another destructive wave of covert 19. Once
SEOs Driving Impact Outside Of SEO
"Tyson allen. Happy friday and welcome to the end of the road here at search insights week on the voice. Search podcast friday feeling. Good thanks for having us then tyson. You look like you're dragging your way of the finish line allen you look like you're just getting started getting warmed up. We're a start with you. Hey look we talked about ways. That organizations can improve their data driven decision making using search data. It's large it's unbiased. Its international and it can be mapped with your other data but look you need an internal sponsor to make sure that people understand the power of this search data. Why aren't there more. Seo's that are standing up. And saying i can answer these high level questions executive team why are they just being pigeonholed to focus on keywords. There's a latin pag in that question. And i think there's multiple that were having going into an organization when we're first establishing a relationship. I think number one. I do think as ios absolutely want to have these conversations. I think from my perspective. This isn't opinion i think. Seo is still a rather till the young industry. I still think there's a lot to learn a lot to educate across not only the marketing space but across the business space. When it comes as he. Oh i would argue that when you think about as the oh when you think about being a business major myself and having gone through the master's program excetera how many experts really out there in the seo space. I think that's a really good question to ask. There's a lot of people that say they know us. He'll how many people actually know. And therefore when you get into that kind of question and you start to think about. What are the challenges that seo's face just in general in their own discipline have they actually just picked up the discipline seo in maybe they're destroy marketers. Maybe they're not as technical or maybe their technical and are not more on digital marketing space. I guess so to answer that question. I do think. Seo's want to have that conversation. I think the leadership from the top is not positioning as ios correctly to have that conversation and that is where the understanding top has to be better to lead their organizations with. Seo or correctly you know. I think that part of the problem is that. Seo's don't have an executive level career path and because they're primarily operators rarely is there a vp of seo unless surreally big organization. And so you're looking at people that don't have executive experience for the most part they're operators and if they become really really successful they become well known in the industry. There isn't really a career path for them to excel in. Seo the have to branch out outside of seo and become more general digital marketers tizen. You've been an seo your whole career. Somehow you've actually grown up in the ranks and found an executive role in the organization and get a seat at the table. And i don't mean that as as a slight. I'm being honest that you know you're a rarity as an executive. Seo you work with lots of seo. Operators is there a problem where seo's aren't trained to think like executives and are just thinking about operations and not strategy meeting. I think kind of time back to some of the stuff that allen said. I don't think it's as much of having the skill said to me. It's more almost like learning a new language and it's taking your same knowledge and understanding and translating that into the terms and language. That's going to resonate with that audience and like for myself even when i'm talking to other. Seo's you have a pretty big divide between your technical more product oriented seo's and then more kind of content digital marketing type seo's and sometimes even depending on where as he sits within an organization or give you clues. I've noticed myself as if i'm talking to someone has more on the product side. My language like how i talk about something will shift and change a little bit and think as seo's for us to grow within the organization and further evangelize the power value. That search has is. We have to learn how to speak that language and we have to learn how to take the findings. The information into something. That's more digestible or relatable to that audience.
Police Arrest Protesters in New York City
"Unrest here in the city. Close to two dozen people were arrested last night when the protests turned violent Protesters demanding every vote count March down Fifth Avenue from the public library to Union Square, growing from a few dozens of nearly 1000 more than 20 people who police say hijacked the mostly peaceful protests by lighting fires throwing garbage and exit cops in the West Village were arrested near East eighth protesters broke through police bike blockades, resulting in some confrontation. UN's weapons confiscated from the crowd included stun guns, M eighties and daggers. Alice Stockton Rosine e. W.
The Yosemite Sightseer Murders
"In December nineteen, ninety-eight, Sylvana, Polo left her home city of Cordova Argentina banned for the United States. The, sixteen year old had inherited her mother's spirit for travel and had signed up to bay a Foreign Exchange Juden. For the next three months, Silvana would be living with the six member to family in the northern Californian port city, of Eureka. The pelos Os and sons were longtime friends through mother's Ricco and Cairo. The two women met in the seventies when Carol traveled to Argentina has an exchange student herself. Carol Ray visited the country used laid off with her two year old daughter Juliana better known as Julie. But this stage the Palacios had two daughters with Sylvana the younger of the Pan. Into Julie Juliane to a similar in age but opposite in personality. Sylvana was an introvert unlock Julie more outgoing. Despite that differences, the girls formed a lifelong friendship of their own. Silvino was Jud to return home from the US in light. March nineteen ninety nine. As she was very interested in American culture, the sons had endeavoured to give her a memorable experience of their homeland. They had taken Sylvana old across the state to visit landmarks such as Disneyland Tint Fisherman's wharf. The Grand Canyon in Arizona was next on the list as was Yosemite. National Park. It took Cairo son a month to meticulously planned the perfect to road trip to Yosemite. Carol schedule was typically fool with family work and other commitments. So she made the most of every minute of her vacations. They Yosemite troop revolved around one of Julie's leading competitions and would be taking place over four days that encompassed the long weekend. Only carroo Julie, and Sylvana would be going. It was set to bay a you naked fanshawe as winter had brought snow to the region. The trip began on Friday February twelve. Carol Julie and Seven A- flew to San Francisco. From there they ha- Attica, and of two hours northeast to Stockton. City was home to the University of the Pacific where Julie's cheerleading competition took place on Saturday February. Thirteen. Julie was impressed by the campus and considered enrolling their after graduating high school. She had ambitions to become either a chef for an architect while maintaining her. For Violin and piano. Julie Caroline Sylvana, organized to return to the university for a proper tool in three days time. From Stockton the trio drove to the small farming town of Moore said known as the gateway to Yosemite. They spent the nod at the Ramada Rin before continuing on to Yosemite National. Park on the Sunday. Selena was particularly excited to see Yosemite granite cliffs waterfalls, lakes, meadows, and mountains. Shay was inactive person by nature who enjoyed our skating skiing and roller skating. She'll say loved the outdoors and hoped to study in the environmental field in the future. Carol. Julie and Venus spent death first day at Yosemite exploring pod of the pox seven hundred and fifty thousand acres of. Rugged. Wilderness. Before and they drove through the dense and far raging forests along highway one forty to the nearby town of. El Porto. There they checked in at the Saito Lodge. An affordable hotel on the banks of the mess said reveal. On the evening of Monday February fifteen, yen sund received a phone call from his wife Carol. Shea. Happily spoke of her time away with the Julie and Silvy Narine Yosemite. They had spent the previous two days exploring the park and was settling in for their phone or gnawed at the hotel.
The Latest: Kershaw, Dodgers take Game 1 over Rays
"Vast fox sports radio networking glad you have chosen to spend A couple minutes with us and there is no debate. There is no debate where we begin this night, a radio the fall classic surfing the Blue Wave Cowabunga Dod's the Fall Classic, starting in a neutral site. Kind of on Tuesday night with Joe Buck every night, you get ajob of game and John Smalls calling the game on Fox. Did you watch? Maybe not will see that I don't imagine the ratings will be very good for this Thegame was lopsided in there's one team that has a fan base and another one that doesn't a national fan base for the Dodgers. Put on a pyrotechnics show. It was like the Fourth of July. Boom Bang Bam! The Dodger offense When Cody Bellenger Mookie Betts hit homeruns Clayton Kershaw mowing down Tampa haters like it was an April started Dodger Stadium on by the time The damage he'd done. Ella ended up spit roasting the raise 8 to 3 and Game one of the 2020 World Series for the Dodgers Get a leg up on the best of seven series now three wings away. From their first championship as a franchise since 1988 When Ronald Reagan was the president, Tommy Lasorda was waddling in the dugout and Kurt Gibson got wanted bat and hit a home run and is at all time legend because of that, as a Dodger, So let us discuss the question. What are your big takeaways? From Game one of the World Series, a domination situation for the Dodgers. So I've got the white whale hand grenades and Smurfs and we will tie all these things together. Now we talk about the World Series. Game one. You start with us. Accounts on Lee is just one game. It doesn't matter that much in the big picture. It's only one game. However. I'm going to disagree with that statement because the feeling that one gets watching Game one of the World Series from the Dodgers side of things. It's like hitting a two team parlay. It doesn't seem like a one win situation. Night, so don't undersell the importance of a game one win for Los Angeles and I'll tell you why. Because the Dodgers winning a Clayton Kershaw playoffs start As easy as a B C. 123. Is not something that happens very often, right. You feel like you dodged a bullet when you win a Kershaw game in the playoffs in a big play off game, Kershaw has been the dog with fleas in the postseason. And while many of my colleagues on television like to downplay Clayton Kershaw's missteps on radio, we don't do that We don't his World Series resume coming in. I would have him in the bread line. If that was his resume. What into an E? R. A of over five he had pitched in 26 2 3rd innings given up 16 earned runs. Over four starts in five games. But on this night, it reminded and voice in my head. It was Dick Stockton, who told me years ago stats tell you what has happened. They don't tell you what's going to happen. And that was a vintage regular season type of Kershaw performance. And you see that in a big play off game as often as you see a white whale swimming around the ocean, right? Clayton Kershaw got 38 swings. 19. Mrs. He had a whiff rate of 50%. Now the stat geeks tell us that that is the highest Of Clayton Kershaw's career, whether it be the postseason or the regular season that half the time it was S O matter, Miss. That is what's known as flexing your muscles, and it wasn't just Kershaw. Cody Bellenger, Mookie Betts. Max Muncy all had big days. The conga line kept moving. You keep pressure on your opponent 10 hits, they got seven walks. The Dodgers drew seven walks and, more importantly than that. They actually hit when they had runners in scoring position. They batted 3 57 on this day with runners in scoring position. They were five out of 14 follow the ways and is a key. You follow the wisdom often, American legend Will Rogers You never get a second chance to make a first impression. The Dodgers they made their first impression. Now you've got to back that up. You have backed that up in Game two in Game three, but you only played one game and the Dodgers the more talented team they didn't play down to their competition. They played like they were the superior opponent in this matchup. We certainly hope that continues were slightly biased on this now. Part B. If you would like to knit pick That's one of these. We get paid to do hear on the radio. Always to pick apart things in micro analyze. Dave Roberts fell back into some old analytical principles. We were hoping that his gut feeling managerial move. The other night would continue. It did not in this game, managing Clayton Kershaw. For Dave Roberts is like juggling hand grenades. One wrong move one wrong move and your head gets blown off. And I understand partially what Roberts is thinking. Because when I'm watching Clayton Kershaw, I'm thinking, OK, Here's where it all falls apart goes to hell right here, right. This is going to be the inning. It all goes to crap. In a playoff situation. But on this night Kershaw he was dealing He'd only thrown 78 pitches. Through six innings. And ah, very effective there. The Rays hitters were completely flummoxed against Kershaw as we gave you some of the numbers there of 50% with weight, and despite the Dodgers having a huge advantage there up eight tow one. They, Roberts Arbitrarily said. That's it. We're going to take you out of the game. I'd rather take you out of half inning. Too early, then a half inning too late. So that brought in Dillon Florio, who wasn't good and then and then Roberts panic because the Rays attempted the pin shit G may enjoy And so Roberts ran out of the dog and I got to make a change. I
New York to ‘Rewind’ Re-Opening in Hard-Hit Neighborhoods
"Down place and down in place parts of in parts Brooklyn of Brooklyn and Queens and because Queens of because the spike of the in spike Corona in virus Corona cases virus there, cases there, and it's not and it's sitting not well sitting with well members with of members the Orthodox of the Orthodox Jewish Jewish community community done essential. done essential. Businesses Businesses in Borough Park in Borough are Park already are already closed closed for the Jewish for the holiday, Jewish holiday, So the enforcement So the enforcement test comes test next comes week, next and week, Jacob and Jacob is ready. is ready. There's no law There's that no law says that I says have to I wear have a to mask. wear a mask. He doesn't appreciate He doesn't appreciate the government the government overreach, overreach, the mayor, the the mayor, governor, the let governor, all let these black all these lives black matter lives Protests matter Protests but they come but tto they come nice, tto nice, decent decent neighborhood. neighborhood. They and they're trying They and they're tow. trying tow. Enforce rules Enforce like rules Nazis. like Nazis. Some believe Some they're believe being targeted they're being targeted because the community because the community overwhelmingly overwhelmingly supports supports Donald Trump. Donald Trump. Alice Alice Stockton, Stockton, Rosine E Rosine W. E Our W. News. Our News.
Brooklyn mulling fresh restrictions amid virus spike
"And down place in parts of Brooklyn and Queens because of the spike in Corona virus cases there, and it's not sitting well with members of the Orthodox Jewish community done essential. Businesses in Borough Park are already closed for the Jewish holiday, So the enforcement test comes next week, and Jacob is ready. There's no law that says I have to wear a mask. He doesn't appreciate the government overreach, the mayor, the governor, let all these black lives matter Protests but they come tto nice, decent neighborhood. They and they're trying tow. Enforce rules like Nazis. Some believe they're being targeted because the community overwhelmingly supports Donald Trump. Alice Stockton, Rosine E W. Our News.
WW2 Era Bomber [B-25] Crashes Near Stockton Airport
"World War Two era bomber a B twenty five crashes near Stockton Airport. And this is from ABC ten dot. COM Stockton. California World War. Two era bomber crashed about five miles away from Stockton Metroplitan. Airport on Saturday night San Joaquin County sheriff's officials said Sheriff's officials said the pilot tried to land and a field before striking a ditch the plane received significant damage in the crash officials said, three people were on board the plane to receive non life threatening injuries while another person was able to walk away. Fine the fine the two injured occupants were transported to the local hospital. NTSB and F. A. A. Officials will take over the investigation into why the plane crashed. And we have some audio and let me set this up a little bit from live ATC dot net when they're traveling on these these old warbirds warbirds. They usually have like a chase airplane somewhere following them for support and such, and in this case, it's a bonanza. The the the be twenty five started in Chino and flew up to northern California stopped at the nut tree vacaville airport for a bit, and then took off again and was heading over to stockton to have some repairs done to the airplane. There's A. Depiction of the of the flight, the latter part of the flight to nut tree in Vacaville, and then over the Stockton, and then after the repair work is going to be accomplished remains work whatever it was. They were GONNA do at Stockton they're going to return to the east coast where it's based. and. Let's see. So let's play a little bit of the live ATC video. Audio and again, you'll hear the bonanza flight. That'll be the first thing you here and then you'll well as the only thing you'll hear and then the. Conversation with air traffic. Control. And Five for. This house was. Hurt another aircraft on have had mentioned barriers end up in a real you have A. Four six Charlie on your. Show. Costs on my radar. because. Go beyond. Their. Back. 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There's the. Exciting. audio there in the chase plane. Giving the information thankfully. The chase plane was out there and was able to locate. The be twenty five in help direct emergency services to the location another your news reports say. The injuries are not life threatening. I don't know if you call it minor or not. It depends on. Report you're looking at here. Bet. The third occupant was not injured. I'm hoping that it looks like. By the way if you have a link to this in the show notes. One Brown the Block Leo. Channel did. A really nice video of this and he has got a lot of interesting information about the airplane and the fact that had just returned. Remember we talked about earlier show the World War, two era bombers or aircraft that were on the Essex L. HD navy ship that was heading over to Hawaii. To Commemorate the seventy fifth anniversary of the end of World War Two and Hawaii It had just that was one of the airplanes they. Put It on a crane and put it on the the deck of the L. HD and it sailed over to Hawaii. They did the comeback. So basically, this is all glories getting ready to return all the way to its home on the East Coast and. let's say the. So he had some other interesting photos of where the be twenty five ended up in a ploughed field, and if it hadn't been for that irrigation ditch it would have been a much better. Outcome and does you know it still doesn't look like there's a Well I. Guess. If you're looking at the engines that were torn off against the damage is quite extensive on the engines but I'm hoping what I'm trying to say is I hope that they'll be able to. Scrap the thing completely, it'll be able to fix it but I don't know. It's great. History. Escape. Doesn't I. Mean. There are people out there who are willing to build a new aircraft will build well, two aircraft. A very small amount some the this is a complete more or less So I'm sure that somebody in who who has got the money and there are plenty of people out there who loves this sort of thing Bail to fund it, but it's just a it's just a tragic. Result
"stockton" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"Blasphemous sometimes, it gets crazy but we always keep it real always. Get. Ready to learn from players, coaches in fans from all levels of the game and see the court and a brand new way. And now fresh off the sidelines. Here's your host John. Hart Oh Phyllis. What did you fellas and welcome to the big fellows basketball podcast I'm your host. Jay. H coming to you from New York City the Mecca of basketball today I'm joined by. The head coach of the NBA, G. League Stockton Kings coach Tom has his head coach of the Sacramento Kings affiliate team since twenty eighteen, where he's one games and develop players for the next level. Coach ties also play professionally all around the world and held various unique coaching positions before building a tremendous culture in Stockton, most notably as the head coach of the Phoenix Suns affiliate team. The Northern Arizona Sons we've got to go on in store for you today fellas episode number Seventeen Ellis Stockton King's head coach what's going on coach. How you doing Good. Thanks so much and I really appreciate you coming out I think we're going to have a discussion on everything you've been up to so just really quick if you could You're playing career and set you up for this lifetime of coaching. Will with the southern as ring. It's a small Christian school in Oklahoma. City, I, really had no desire to play pro bowl I mean I advocate wants to but I just knew the reality going to high school. in Harouna got bigger and better and my senior year in college. I was I am all American player of the year and all those good things and Had a really good senior year in a couple of scouts would come. Watch me play. But I didn't I did not get drafted but what I did do is have. You ever heard of the. Yes in Seoul the PRT those who don't know it's a Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. And the NBA by it's all seniors from mid mid major be want some some big schools but British seniors who get that much.
"stockton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Truck drivers out there in the grocery store folks keeping things Stockton sanitized as much as they can I mean we would be lost without those folks putting themselves at risk absolutely absolutely thank you to all those people who you know are putting yourselves before us and and helping us to make sure we have food on the table and all the necessities that we need so thank you to all those occupations and professions out there that are on the lines if you will make sure that we're all okay and I want to point out that you and I are taking this social distancing very seriously because I am broadcasting today from the privacy of my home studio and your doing the same so the technology is great we can see a safe and healthy yet still be on the air right here on W. MEL letting folks know what they need to know about their money so let's turn the page to that because able right now a lot of folks are wondering gosh wall street's down this is a good it's a volatile I'm near retirement I'm already there I've been needing to make changes I just haven't done it I'm panicked I'm freaked out do I make the changes now or do I wait until it calms down what would you say to those people man a lot of good questions there sorry I it's just been all week I've been thinking about this right right well it really depends Kristen because for example myself you know I'm forty turning forty one this year and I've got twenty five thirty years before probably even think about needing income from my retirement funds and I'm thirty two years away before the IRS makes me take out a required minimum distribution but man a lot of our clients are in their sixties you know younger client for us would be fifty five so most of them are in their sixties late sixties early seventies and they don't have that time they don't have that time to say Hey I'm not gonna take out an army for thirty years now they're taking out arm dis right now they're withdrawing money from their portfolios right now on top of social security and pensions to create that income that they need and want to spend and enjoy and do all the things that they want to do in retirement so the time is now for anyone I would say within five years or less from full retirement the time is now to seriously look at your portfolio is how much risk are you taking can you handle a thirty plus percent loss in the markets because we're already there were already down the major indexes over thirty percent of this point and I think it's going to get a good bit worse before it gets better can your stomach handle the forty percent fifty percent potential loss or more like in two thousand eight and it could be worse and if you can handle that then find that piece of money you have saved yourself that should be your growth money that should be your long term investing growth and at risk money any money you need to generate income for yourselves either right now or in the very near future shouldn't have that risk associated with it because let's face it it's not gonna be able to produce what you want to produce right so that's why we separate and segregate monies to serve different purposes we know you might live another thirty years but if you need income today the two ways you should invest there should be different yet they should complement each other right some monies for long term growth and investing and some monies for right now for income right now or perhaps five years or less you know when you need income so we were just speaking with a couple this couple is sixty four and sixty six and they lived in Herndon Virginia and just retired recently to Mount Pleasant South Carolina topping grounds yes I say stomping grounds you guys know I'm not from around here exactly yeah and showing I love South Carolina week we go down to the Charleston area at least once a year and I've been with you one time we happen to meet up down there one time on the boat one of those I got stuck on the time is quite a story but anyhow this couple retired you know what they told me Chris and they looked up and down the east coast from Maine all the way down to Florida and they felt for a number of reasons maybe this will help a listener out there that the South Carolina area was the best place to retire fort the specially property taxes you know they were paying I think seven plus thousand dollars a year on their property taxes for their home in Herndon for the same house six hundred fifty thousand dollar house they're paying two thousand and property tax wow that's a five thousand dollar reduction you know five thousand dollars can buy yourself a nice little trip that's one of many reasons of obviously they like the warm weather and do not like cold winters so that was a reason but so they retired to South Carolina and one of the first things will always ask people is Hey what is your risk tolerance at this point in your life and the gentleman immediately said well I profits and I said Hey on a scale of one to ten one being super conservative and ten being super risky an aggressive where are you on the scale he said a negative four how old are these folks sixty six and sixty four that doesn't sound right to me and I left I left just like I did now and I said negative four yeah I'm not laughing at you I'm laughing with you he said no I'm serious we used to be an all options I'll never do that again yes when I got out of the market all my gosh I hope last before all this happened last fall they have one point eight million saved eight hundred thousand and fixed and fixed indexed annuities which have not lost a penny in the last few weeks and a million in cash gosh okay smart folks talk about the right timing and they were these are really successful do it yourself investors who were in options and all kinds of pretty no fancy trading on the markets and he said able never do that again and I said you know what you won the game he's got one point eight million dollars saved you've got a home that's paid off you get to social security checks you've got a pension you just saved yourself from losing thirty percent or more in the markets this year right as you retired you've won the game now a million dollars in cash we need to do something about that right you don't need a million in cash let's keep two years of cash reserves on hand so that's that's what they were comfortable with keeping two years of cash on hand well that means there's another eight hundred thousand dollars that we can do something with right let's leverage that let's maximize that let's get off the sidelines let's get you some tax advantages tax deferral compound interest and some growth that's going to be better probably than growth in the bank over the next twenty to thirty years and so we put together an income plan for them finally for the first time in their lives you know they have a bunch of stuff several annuities a million of cash the pension here two social security checks there a lot of equity in their home and guess what they're also doing their spending six months of the year in Finland huh now Finland I don't know too much about the one of the things they told me about Finland is that it's not smart to buy over there right now because of the infrastructure and things like that over there that it's better for them to rent so they're spending six months of the year in Finland they're renting and six months of the year here the dole citizens actually and so we put all this together into a plan it's a simple as that this couple is a lot like a lot of other couples we help their mid sixties right at the point of retirement a bunch of stuff done a fantastic job of saving now let's put all this stuff into an actionable income plan that we can understand that's the key there because you listening today are probably a lot like me you've worked hard your entire life you save you've been vested for the future and now you're looking at the ticker on the bottom of the TV screen you're hearing the closing and opening numbers of Wall Street and your stomach drops a little bit every time you hear that in the last couple weeks we don't know how long this is going to last but when you have a retirement income plan a true retirement income plan that accounts for a certain amount of risk that you are going to be exposed to but making sure that it's an appropriate amount you can have a confident retirement moving forward but every situation is different what's best for you is to have a conversation with eight on the team an average financial services about where you stand with your retirement help them do a virtual analysis looking at taxes in retirement your relationship with your risk tolerance making sure social security as a part of that plan and also are in these all things that should be considered that work with your goals your wants and your desires and retirement maybe it is being somewhere else during those retirement years or maybe it's staying here at home to be around the grandkids that is what's up to you even the team it's their job to help you make it happen five seven one five seven seven nine nine six eight call for a virtual analysis over the phone or via a simple video conference making sure you know what's happening with your retirement and there's no charge for that five seven one five seven seven nine nine six eight and it's something else I want to mention that you are doing is making lemonade out of lemons here you had some dinner events scheduled for April ninth an April eighth obviously that's not a good idea right now so you were doing these events virtually online it's about R. M. D.'s retirement withdrawals in good times of the market and the bad times of the market that's right Chris and yet you see usually we host educational workshops at restaurants in the area we do that once a month and also educational classes at Nova right down the street from us and so we've gone totally virtual and for the classes at no but those are gonna be online webinars as is the presentations that were going to be at the physical restaurants he's also be weapon are so if you're interested in just tuning in from the comfort of your own couch with a nice glass of wine maybe a steak that you're gonna make then Hey call into the show and we'll get you that link so that you can enjoy the weapon are and that complementary information right from the comfort of your house yes the classes through another community college we're doing online will tell you more about those as they get closer but April eighth or ninth that virtual weapon are about your retirement what you need to know and good markets and down markets with arm dis and withdrawing your money in retirement five seven one five seven seven nine nine six eight that's five seven one five seven.
"stockton" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
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"stockton" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"From Stockton university is hoping to unravel the mystery of how an old wooden ship got buried in the sand and stone harbor winters. Rough seas of stripped away from the beach to reveal the decaying hall in Stockton. Stephen I go which is trying to figure out what ship it might be. That's not going to be easy since as many as eight thousand shipwrecks are believed to have happened off, the jersey shore, breast cancer experts offer all kinds of advice when it comes to when and how often woman should get a mammogram. But it's led to a lot of confusion. That may ultimately impact treatment horizon. Blue Cross Blue shield of New Jersey is paying for five thousand members to take part in a study to improve screening guidelines medical director, Dr Daniel Halevy says figuring out which women have a higher risk because of their family history. Because if they're a genetic makeup, we can find which women will need more frequent testing earlier testing, maybe using newer technologies women between the ages of forty and seventy four eligible for this study and women who don't have any existing breast cancer. Who don't have a history of breast cancer or women who have not had any shirt reach their for more info on the study. Go to nj one zero one five dot com. Jenner solo New Jersey. What a one point five news social media has reunited a Cranford couple with a beloved Christmas. Tree ornament. Public works employees found the bride and groom ornament on a tree at the curb for collection. It was a bride and groom of the words Keith and Corey and a twenty eleven date police posted photos on their Facebook page over the weekend. The couple of contact with the short time later, the thank them for finding it. New Jersey's first news five twelve cold. Little breezy this morning. The snow is over Dan has it extended. Look at the forecast of them will recap our top stories next.