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"susan campbell" Discussed on Marketing Trends

Marketing Trends

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on Marketing Trends

"It's the same technology that goes into the batteries that we put in a laptop is the same battery technology that we're building at the gigafactory that go into Tusla automobiles totally or it's the same cameras that we have. We do a a lot of broadcast cameras and we make cameras. I cinema so those same cameras that camera technology goes into our security cameras so that when you're capturing the three sixty images to see who's maybe taking something that doesn't belong to them. You're getting that image quality in a security and surveillance surveillance video camera so we used the same technology the mark from a marketing perspective we don't really there really isn't isn't much consumer marketing in the US now for Panasonic brands. It's more the B. Two B. space is really what we're is the storytelling these days. I know you gotTa to get out of here very soon but I wanted to do some quick some quick lightning round fasten easy questions see you already the lightning room since because you listen to the show but I'll I'll sprinkle in some some some other ones careful fast easy questions just like marketing automation to make sure part. Are you ready. I'm ready number one. What campaign have you done in your that your favorite oh. That's a really good question. I would have to say so was nineteen. I've been around a really long time but nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight. I did a commercial for the super. Bowl was working at at and T. and it was a campaign to the music from the go. Go's our lips are sealed and it okay. This is ninety eight so today it won't sound so freakish but in ninety eight we made the stuff up so it was about Angela Angela and Angela's at her the lightning round. This is a long answer sorry. She's at the lunch table in junior high school and she tells her friends she likes Bobby Templeton before the end of the day. It's on text email cell phone. You know it's all throughout the school she gets home. She's just disgusted. Even her mother knows and the only reason our mother other news because bobby was in the living room waiting to see her because he liked her two. That's it was kind of a fun commercial and that it was kind of fantasy at that point in time and but now it's everyday life that's crazy so I mean yeah so you're just kind of leaning forward on what was going to be able to be yeah. China say well at that point in time. We're talking about some day. Cellphones will be your only phone now. We're living that you know who has a landline anymore. What about your least favorite keping. Oh that's an easy one so so again at at and T. I shot a commercial very large expense. That never made the light of day. It was a really funny commercial we shot it up in Canada with an up and coming director actor who's now like wickedly famous but at the time he was a young guy and it was really funny but at the same point in time the head of marketing for at and T. at the time decided decided we were going to have a very serious unified voice and so all senior managers were at the agency that day to have that conversation and we go show are rough cut. How how do you like it and you just got the death stare and so that was my hello judy that was the name of the commercial and it was my first produced but never never aired word sounds the commercial it was about international long distance calling and it was really fun and lighthearted and tongue in cheek but they he wanted to get very serious than you know emotional and all this other stuff so it was totally off the wall. It was kind of like fraternity house almost ish kind of a funny silliness. The world knows we need way more serious content from when I mean I. I know that there's some funny commercials that backfire but that did not have any chance of back firing. I mean it was funny. It just decided it wasn't on brand. They were going in a new direction sent for you know so rolling. Would you do for fun for fun. I ride horses. Oh I'm a crazy horse showgirl. They're all I I hang out with teenage girls. We ride horses and go horse shows together. Our Producer Hillary was in New York and show Horsa. Oh that's so cool yeah yeah. She steals her but she might see our at some more shows. My horse's name is Bob. Oh shallow. I can't wait to get home mm to Sam. What apper using your phone? This most fun probably probably instagram. It's how we keep in touch with my kids. How I keep in touch with my friends. I learn a lot. I like to think that's how I stay young. Stay in touch with the young people so for vacation. Asian spot branding Ham Lake New York We have a family house up there for generations. My children are fifth generation. That's on the lake so oh yes and when we go up there it's teeny tiny town farm town where it some Western. New York like Western side of the park to us. I spend a Lotta time cops in New York so there's watertown. There's a big military base on orders yeah yeah for trump. Exactly what are you most excited about for the future marketing. That never stops changing that like I said I'm I've always sort of been in start up mode in in my career. I don't like to stay in do the same thing I want to start it up. Kick it off and then Kinda handed off to somebody. You know status. Quo Is just not my thing so the thing that I'm most excited sided about marketing is that it's constantly changing. There's new technology new ways of doing things. It's constantly improving and I sort of unlike inefficiency junkie. I just WanNa always do a better faster smarter cheaper. Whatever so the opportunity to do that and to do some really cool. Things is what makes me so excited about marketing space. What question do you never get asked that. You wish we had asked you today. Oh God that's a great question I would. I would like to be asked the question. How would you like to lead this new organization. Let's go to great things. That's the question I always like to get us. How would would you lead this. Organizations can do great things first of all. I think I would find folks who are really excited and passionate about doing great. Things were committed to do it. You know one of the speakers recently said while we're here at serious decisions conference. What are you willing to die for and then live for that and I think thank. I don't know that I'm willing to die for my work but I do take pretty seriously probably to the extreme and I want to work shoulder to shoulder with people who are that s enthusiastic mean to me. The opportunity to do good work is really the reward for that work so I like to have the opportunity to try. New Things is to be with people who are going to have fun whether you win lose or draw you know there's something to learn when you lose and there's things to learn all the time but you know it's awfully really fun. When you hit a home run and you want campaign that's wildly successful but that doesn't happen every time but being able to still enjoy the journey when you're working through something that maybe maybe isn't pleasant or doesn't go well or you know you're all set to go in one direction and you get the whole gotTa go left now. You know you're frustrated by that but so what does move on Susan it was great having you on. We've got to get you to the I hope. The only lighting thing I see today is right here at the salesforce fifth but this is great. You're awesome so much. It was my pleasure talking with the toxin okay cheers. Thanks for listening.

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"August the twenty eighth we're talking yesterday about how the lottery numbers are way off when it comes to the third largest source of revenue in the ocean state that's gambling numbers are awesome the like what nine million year to date what island lottery according to Kathy Greg in the pro Joe has ordered the removal of three hundred and sixty of the under performing video slots that I. G. T. provided the twin river casino is under a lottery contract companies seeking to renew for what twenty more years right under terms that would have its machines dominate the casino floor something like eighty four percent of the machines provided by IGT lottery director Gerald all been told a legislative oversight committee on Monday of this week that the I. D. T.'s electronic games were under performing the minimum requirements in the company's contract and that their competitors on the concealer floor we're doing better he told the lawmakers he intended to take appropriate action he said that on Tuesday now yesterday at about five to five twenty in the afternoon after multiple follow up questions from the Providence journal Kathy Greg says department of revenue spokesperson Paul Grimaldi confirm that Rhode Island lottery officials met with IGT managers to inform the company that it would remove three hundred and sixty of its V. L. tease video slots from the casinos doing this will raise its efficiency rating to at least one hundred percent it's at however the Providence journal says Grimaldi didn't really answer any follow up questions among those questions who from the lottery met with home what's the time frame for the removal of these three hundred and sixty slots is the directive to remove the oldest and or the lowest performing machines at twin rivers casino is an only Lincoln or the gonna yeah come on a different too so I guess there's a lot of questions that are still unanswered not responding to the lottery action I G. T. spokesperson bill Fisher there seems to be the spokesperson for everybody he said the decision emanated from what he's calling a routine and nearly review and that the company intends to work with the lottery to accomplish the removal of the machines while preceding on its own initiative to replace another two hundred and seventy on the video slots so that's where that stands and we got to get people to get to those casinos and starts been in some scandal as we are soft on those numbers break out your number two lead pencils because the S. A. teas are in the news here Susan Campbell from Eyewitness News Simone Kyle is applying to ten colleges she just took the essay tease a second time hoping to get a better score your putting so much trust into this process you're trusting that other side to consider everyone fairly and not be private now in the wake of the sweeping college admissions scandal the College Board is announcing changes to prevent future violations the changes include where students can take tests were not allow those environments outside of schools anymore and if we ever do will have multiple tax on the identity of the student and rocket the College Board also has a plan to consider socio economic factors in the admissions process they're no longer is a single number that tries to sum up your neighborhood in school the new tool is called landscape according to the College Board it looks at how an applicant's test score compared to scores of other students in their high school it also takes into account things like local college attendance rates median family income and crime stats it's a start college counselor Gilbert Vivier says the changes have limits won't be until we see some major shifts and admissions rates among students of color low income fresh animation can we say that okay this is being made the College Board says a student can't be admitted or denied based on the landscape program the board says it's only a consideration in the process in the Susan Campbell from Eyewitness News seven forty good morning this get out to the traffic.

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Next year in Warwick wasn't immediately clear that journal says based on the organization of Warwick city government, what the mayor has done behind closed doors. What he told the kids to assure the protesters that they will play sports, once again, this full Salomon later told reporters in his office that he had told the students about his initial point of view that sports, we'll be back in the fall. So he said, I think they needed the reassurance, and he said my plans while I volunteer. Really relinquish that to them. They were very pleased that we're we're all in the same page. But right now, everything seems big one of those plans. Hopefully, we find out soon the kids find out soon to impart the plan that Salomon referred to involve a readiness to use money on the city's side of the ledger to keep sports in place. So the door is still open a crack. Maybe even more than a crack for sports to be played in Warwick this year. That would be good. Complaints apparently against Rhode Island's medical transport vendor is on the client also good news has Susan Campbell from I witness news ongoing problem. Yeah. Milton. Thomas was supposed to get a ride to a doctor's appointment Monday with Mt 'em. So they had a provider, and that the opt out kept telling me that there was going to be as another pilot gonna pick me up, which never happened across the state, thousands of people like Milton rely on the states known emergency medical transportation, provider to get to appointments. Aesthetic is really a hassle, but overall MDM service has dramatically improved since the beginning of the year in January, the state received almost twelve hundred complaints about Mt 'em for issues including missed or late rides in February the number of complaints tumbled to four hundred seventy two then fast forward to may just two hundred seventy five complaints that number represents less than one percent of all trips, according to David Leveque ca spokesperson, for the state's executive office of health and human services. He said the industry standard for complaints is between three and five percent. It doesn't make it okay? For Milton, the stats don't we much while people, people that need gestation is really a big problem, and DMC? Oh, Elena Mathea said there will always be challenges because of things like weather and traffic. She also said, we are pleased to be exceeding the expectation of our contract, but are focused.

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"In our community or just check out what they're doing. That's eastern dot com slash community. Seven thirty seven good morning. It's Wednesday April the seventeenth runs. Saint-pierre gorgeous day Norway today, perfect spring day sunshine with a high of sixty degrees and not as windy as it was yesterday. Jack Perry in the Providence Journal says the president of stop and shop sent off a letter of apology to customers amid a strike by the company's workers. He said we're committed to resolving our labor negotiations as quickly as possible. So that our employees can return to their jobs, and we can get back to better serving you and the community. That's what the president there. Mark McGowan wrote in the letter a copy provided to the Providence Journal by stop and shop at the company also published a full page advertisement in Tuesday's pro-jo saying quote. We're trying to be fair summarizing its offer of pay increases for all the societas and healthcare with deductibles that wouldn't change among other things again a full page ad now the union took issue with that the union representing thirty one thousand striking workers responded in an Email to the Providence Journal. They said stop and shop can buy. His many ads as they want. But they can't change the facts stop and shops. Latest proposal will drastically increase out of pocket healthcare costs kick approximately a found employees spouses off of their healthcare plan and make it more challenging for thirty one thousand people to provide for themselves and their families and it closed by saying if the company's most recent offer becomes a reality. Every working family neighborhood, consumer and community will be hurt. So stop and shop the strike by its union workers entering what day number seven today and our poll question results from yesterday, the support, and empathy empathy for the striking stop and shop workers will wane as time goes by and the strike lingers. Seventy seven percent of you said, yes, you think it will? While ninety percent of you said, no today's poll question has to do with the poll result of came out saying that Americans believe that schools are less safe, and they're blaming bullying guns internet video games, more than they're blaming the schools. Are you confident your child is safe in school? And that their school would be able to respond to an active shooter. You can log onto NewsRadio r I dot com to answer that question if you want to leave a comment, please go to the Facebook page for the show, and we'll have your results. New comments coming up tomorrow. Aaa is saying hi tech headline could actually save a lot of lives, but regulators have yet to allow them in the United States has Susan Campbell. From eyewitness news driving at night. You may not be able to see things that are right in front of you, especially if you're using your low beams you wouldn't wear driving at speeds of forty miles an hour or greater were out driving our own visibility behind the wheel.

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Sales tax right at the register for some online purchases the retailer may not be tacking on the tax if you bucks online. Yeah. That if an item is taxable of you still owe Rhode Island money. You can pay when you submit your personal income tax using schedule you or you can fill out the t two five four year over year. We've seen increases in the number of people that have paid on their personal income tax and on the T two. Oh, five compliances improving, but it's not one hundred percent. So we asked what happens if people don't pay the sales tax, they owe from online purchases depending on how big ticket item. It is saved might come up in an audit. It might come up in other ways, but we strive to enforce. We certainly can't enforce everything. We simply don't have the staff for that next tax season. There may be less for consumers to keep track of last week Governor Gina Raimondo sign legislation to collect sales tax from online retailers. The new law stems from a recent supreme court decision making it easier for states to collect sales tax from online retailers who don't have a physical presence in the state now. Online retailers have to pay the tax that mainstream was always paying. I do think there is significant revenue that will be collected as a result of this effort so far this tax season. Rhode Island tax payers have received about one hundred sixty two million dollars in refunds that's up about six percent compared with the same time last year Susan Campbell. From eyewitness news when I still give a chance to win a thousand bucks right before the eight o'clock news with a Lisa Maxwell sustained Puerto K a police pursuit ended with a driver. Crashing into the front. Gates of singer songwriter Taylor SWIFT's Rhode Island house overnight on Tuesday. She that big spread in westerly. Police reports indicate a car that was later determined to have been stolen from the Hartford area was pursued. But from Hopkinton to switch property in the watch hill section of westerly. That's a lot of section there. Westerly sun reports the driver has been identified as nineteen year old Shaquille Edwin Lewis of Hartford who was arraigned on charges in Washington county district court yesterday. I don't know if he's some kind of a Taylor swift fan or it just happened to wind up at the gates of her home. But he's a brilliant. And we'll put him in our right folder for that. The name of the historic providence hotel, the Biltmore now part of the city skyline, and it's changing Chicago-based AJ capital partners. That's the group which owns the Biltmore. Now, they put up a new sign on the ground level of the property on Tuesday to reflect the new name, which is graduate hotel trying to get used to that you know, that big light. They're the red light built more on top of the roof. Well, that's legal in historic landmark. So that can't be touched that stays up according to hotel officials so the Biltmore in providence now called the graduate hotel. Good luck with that the way we handle changed here in the ocean state. You know, we're still trying to get over the mass being changed from Latin to English. It's twenty minutes after seven o'clock and take a left at were L max used to be let's hit the traffic center..

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Communication. Seminole lady. Tired of hanging out here and not knowing what's going on while the jets are grounded. Norwegian is bussing passengers daily from Tf green to Stewart international airport in New York. That's where they'll catch a flight across the ocean on a different style plane cancellations lots of money spent in the last three hours trying to figure out how to get to Ireland travel changes are costing the Smiths. They say they're relieved to avoid a flight on the Boeing model. That's crashed twice in a matter of months. A little bit nervous about flying on the Maxine. I don't mind going. Wednesday afternoon. President Donald Trump issued an emergency order grounding, all Boeing seven thirty-seven max planes, the safety of the American people at all people is paramount concern Boeing insists its planes are safe but supports the decision to ground them out of an abundance of caution a spokesperson for Tf. Green says southwest flights will also be impacted at the airport southwest American and United operate dozens of Boeing seven thirty seven max planes in the US as Susan Campbell from eyewitness news. So check in with your individual carrier to see what is up our poll question before we left you yesterday. We asked you should the FAA ground the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight when we parted company at nine o'clock the decision by the FAA hadn't been made at the urging the president. But sixty seven percent of you said, yes that they should ground this thing until they can figure out everything they need to know of the black boxes about thirty three percent.

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I'll just have to find the right job one in five. Rhode Islanders has student loan debt totalling almost four and a half billion dollars. There's so many entities out there doing these loans. Nobody was regulating them anymore it share Rhode Island's council on postsecondary education says it's common for loan servicers to take advantage of borrowers undisclosed fees interest rates that change over time. They're kind of hidden like twigs on the forest that you don't know when you're about to step on one because they're in the fine print. So a group commissioned by state lawmakers came up with several recommendations to protect people with student loans. A lot of people don't realize how widespread this problem is the recommendations include a state registration for student loan servicers a series of. Minimum standards that would require communication between loan servicers and borrowers and enforcement for any loan servicers who violate those standards part of the reason that student loan servicers have been failing so many people is because there have been no consequences for bad behavior. There should be penalties. When student loan servicers either purposefully or negligently ruin people's lives by giving them the wrong information about their student loans. Legislation is expected to be introduced soon Susan Campbell. From eyewitness news, Patrick Andersson covering things on the political scene in the Providence Journal says h Russell top was already introducing himself as an ambassador when he appeared in Rhode Island Republican political circles in two thousand fourteen as a fresh faced newcomer, I guess it raised a few flags for some people in the party party leaders long before federal prosecutors charged him with fraud, according to Brandon bell who was the Rhode Island Republican party chair. He said I had concerns about him. From the very beginning. I warn people, and I know others who were warning people about bottom too. He had visions of grandeur. So when tall brand for congress against US Representative David Cecil Leany back in two thousand sixteen bell said that he recommended tob not receive the party endorsement at the time of a party members. Did ultimately endorsed him. Other Rhode Island Republicans never suspected anything was amiss with the man federal investigators now accused of using GOP donors as a cash machine to pay for among other things clothing cigars strip club trips in escorts. According to court documents tub raised more than one point six million dollars through an unregistered political action committee and pocketed one of the million dollars of that for his own personal use. And he is scheduled to be arraigned in US district court in providence today and has signed a plea agreement with prosecutors. So there you go very strong candidate to be chosen as our big brilliant on of the week in Narragansett. Squid fishermen. Are concerned about offshore wind farming. Why here's Kate Walsh from my witness news getting the public aware of what is potentially happening to their.

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Partly sunny today with a high of forty two degrees. So nice. According to storm team ten meteorologist Zac greens forecast. Tomorrow, mostly cloudy with a high of forty one degrees. Rain rolls in here overnight on Saturday and will be with us all day Sunday could be heavy at times too with Sunday's high above Woody nine degree. So the good news with that is that it's not gonna be cold enough for it to be snow because if it was cold air man, we could get wacked with a rather significant snow event if you will. But right now, it's not looking that way. And it's thirty eight degrees right now. So after all the uproar that took place when a photo was recently discovered of democratic Virginia governor Ralph north Adams medical school yearbook photo page showing the man in black face and other in a coup Klux Klan hood reporters across the country have been looking back and digging into old yearbooks now yesterday Republican governor Bill Lee of Tennessee said that he regrets having worn a confederate uniform during the annual old south party. It was. Called held by his fraternity at the time after he was seen wearing that uniform and a photo and Auburn university's nineteen eighty yearbook. Lee said why never intentionally acted in an insensitive way with forty years of hindsight. I've come to realize that it was insensitive to have come to regret that too. We should. And in the meantime, we talked about this yesterday. The editor of USA today apologized for a black face photo of a man and a woman portraying Mike Tyson and actress Robin givens that was published back in nineteen Eighty-nine the Arizona State University yearbook of which she was the editor. So she's not in the pictures. But she decided that was a good place to put those pictures in the yearbook, Nicole Carroll said, it's horrible. And of course, that photo should not have been published. I'm very sorry for the hurt that I caused back then and the hurt that it will cause today as our poll question for today should public figures have to apologize for decades old yearbook photos. I go back and forth on that question. Sometimes I feel. Yeah. I mean because they're making decisions they're leaders. But also, I go when I think to myself, and my the same person I was thirty years ago forty years ago. I don't know how do you feel about that? You can log onto NewsRadio r I dot com should public figures have to apologize for decade old yearbook photos. And if you wanna leave a comment go to the Facebook page for the show yesterday's results local question, Rhode Island beach fees are going to be increased will it impact. How many times you? Visit the ocean state shores this summer fifty eight percent of you said, yes, it is going to have an impact while forty two percent of you said, no Spencer said all I can say is we best see some serious improvements in the beachgoing experienced this summer with these increases in the fees. No more scooping. He said and said Rhode Islanders shouldn't have to pay a penny. Visit our beaches period, Alex, said why can't we just increase the rate on the out of staters at all, you know, leave leave us where we are right now in Chris with his tongue. Lena's cheek said, I'll just keep paying fees on my pool. Thank you. So fifty eight percent of you said, yeah, the increase is going to have an impact on how many times you visit the shorelines here. There's a report out recommending some new consumer protections be put in place for student loan borrowers. Here's Susan Campbell. From my witness news settled in February is just a freshman, but she's already worried about repaying twenty three thousand dollars of student loans..

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

10:25 min | 3 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Providence journal's Madeline list with the story that police in providence are investigating after somebody through. A piece of concrete through the window of registered sex offenders home in Washington park over the weekend. Residents of the neighborhood have been outraged and we've been talking about this since this man Richard Gardner moved into their neighborhood. Last year is move sparked nightly protests outside his New York avenue home in for a period of time. Mayor Jorges Elorza ordered a two person police detail to watch the residents around the clock, but somebody smashed the window at about oh, ten twenty pm on Saturday. That's according to providence. Police major David Lapatin. He said on Tuesday that the nightly protest outside gardeners. Home had stopped last fall. The around the clock detail was reduced to just one person that detail between six in the morning. Eight PM around the time that Gardner was released from custody after an arrest on misdemeanor charges, but the reduced ours detail was stopped on Friday. According to lapeyton, he said, the expense was just dramatic. And he said we had to make a decision here. We felt that the neighborhood has had enough time to adjust to Mr.. Being there. Well, apparently, it has not so the home of the sex offender Richard Gardner was vandalized. Here's a story. We haven't heard in a while, according to the Providence Journal and Patrik Andersson the lawsuit from eight acrobats who plunged to the Dunkin donuts center floor during a circus performance. Five years ago is the latest high profile case after thirty eight studios in the Saint Joseph pension collapse in which lawmakers may use the provision and state law to actively encourage settlement house majority leader Joe McCarthy last week, he introduced a Bill that would protect defendants who settled in the Ringling Brothers case against lawsuits from fellow co-defendants. He said to say that he filed the Bill with the understanding that could help the quasi state Rhode Island Convention center authority, which owns the Dunkin donuts center, by the way, and is one of the defendants in this case. So in the lawsuit filed in superior court back in two thousand sixteen those women injured when rigging failed during an aerial hair. Hanging act asked for. Unspecified damages for pain and suffering medical costs and lost wages suit. Also names Pennsylvania-based S M G, which manages the dunk as well as the convention center. She Karchi says the joint torque Caesar, that's provision. Bill would be put in place allowing defendants to make decisions independently it allows settlements to happen. That's what he said convention center. Authorities and officials could not be reached for comment about the Bill on Tuesday. But that the case that accident happened to all the way back five years ago. Of course, Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus since closed down. But the people who run that they also run ice shows and other events feld befell corporation. They remain in business award church damaged by fire. As started the first phase of its rebuilding process in here is Ashley colonnade from NBC ten for Caroline Gary Christian since this photo album brings him on a trip down memory lane. Yeah. That's a great job memories of loves architectures, actually from when we were married nineteen Eighty-one and loss. My dad's funeral was there all in one place, the Woodbury union church the church where we centered our lives around the night before thanksgiving instead of faithful members flames and smoke filled the building it was so surreal that we we really it didn't say again, what berry union church is now empty the windows are boarded up and inside. There is so much damage but could change this week as phase one of the rebuild begins. They'll probably see dumpsters being filled with debris christianson is chair of the rebuild committee. He just hired contractor Bauer men and associates our looking at once they've removed, the debris is see what kind of shape the pews around think Benedict's church has been Woodbury temporary home. The demolition is covered by insurance. The community has raised seventy five thousand dollars for the rebuilt. We're pretty confident that a law come together. Very well Christian since the new church will be roughly the same. Size in designed. He says he's cautiously optimistic members will be back in the new church by next spring to make new memories. The great thing is all the people are still here. This one's got me raising an eyebrow or two I've only got two Madeleine list in today's Providence Journal said the providence city council claims committee yesterday voted to continue discussions about a separation agreement for civil Bailey, the city's former director of human resources who resigned earlier this month, the committee discussed the agreement for about an hour in a private session. That was all hush hush. After the meeting committee chair nNcholas Ducci representing ward four on the city council said that he couldn't make any comments in the matters discussed during the private session. But that a separate agreement is separation agreement would be taken up again at the committee's next meeting. Now Bailey resigned back on February the fourth in the city agreed to pay her a severance of one hundred twenty seven thousand dollars pay Oliver accrued and unused vacation. And continue to provide her health and dental insurance through February twenty eighth twenty twenty according to the ship ration- agreement which came before the city council two weeks ago council voted to send the matter to the claims committee. Nobody answered the door the journal said yesterday at an address listed for Bailey, and she didn't respond to messages sent on social media or even a note that they left on her door separation agreement which Bailey signed on February the fifth includes a confidentiality clause. That says Bailey can't share the details of the agreement or disclose. Any confidential information or documents related to the city Bailey? Also must agree that she will not disparage the city, it's elected and appointed officials administrators employee's agents representatives and those associated with the city, she also can't sue city hall. So this is curious city is mum on the deal for the X human resources chief man that she walk away with a bundle one hundred twenty seven thousand two hundred seventy eight bucks Oliver. Crude unused vacation days and then health and dental from February the twenty eighth twenty twenty. Wow, what a parachute a contractor claims that. He is owed over twenty one thousand dollars for project that he was doing with the DMV Susan Campbell. From eyewitness news with the story. Andrew verte was hired last year to work on the new one socket DMV branch need metal framing drywall and Cousteau ceiling work injury says he was paid for some of his work to about two thirds. But claims he's still owed about twenty one thousand dollars. No one's like return. My call injury says he was hired by John forty year of integral real estate solutions Connecticut-based general contractor emails from January twenty eighteen show the two haggling over Andrew's cost forty or finally rights. I will make it work reach out to the contractor multiple times. It was very hard to get in touch with. You know, kept saying weaning on money waiting on money. So we tracked down the owner of the plaza. Who's based out of New Jersey in a phone interview? Erikson Barca's who manages the property claimed. There was no paper trail, documenting the work that had been completed or the money that had been paid out. The Vargas declined to say how much his company paid the general contractor, but confirmed the final payment was withheld. Unfortunately, we got involved with the contractor who isn't doing the right things of Arca said adding the contractor oh subs. More than we owe him when we asked about Andrew's works, specifically Zubrowka said, I can't go blindly cut checks to contractor ex and contractor why. So the next step is court Barca's says his company plans to sue the general contractor, which means Andrews payday is still in limbo. It's difficult to budget. The general contractor John forty or hasn't returned any of our phone calls according to records, he gave up his registration to work in Rhode Island last November as spokesperson for the DM. Tells me Rhode Island has a five year lease on the property paying about six thousand dollars a month. According to the lease rent includes the cost of the landlords, work repairs and maintenance Susan Campbell. From eyewitness news, Cathy greg- in today's Providence Journal talk in politics, saying while the opportunity to choose a new state GOP chair is turned into a multi-candidate soul-searching exercise for the state's beleaguered Republicans Warwick Representative Joseph McNamara seeking reelection as the state Democratic Party chair with no known challengers at this particular time, a moderate democrat McNamara. First elected as the chair of the state's dominant political party in October of two thousand and fourteen. He retired by the way back in two thousand twelve after three seven years as an administrator and a teacher of special education, physical education and health in the Pawtucket school system. So right now, he's unopposed this one caught my eye this morning. A group of lawmakers in Oregon they wanna lower the voting age, and they're pushing legislation to amend the state constitution. To reduce it from age eighteen to sixteen and they're hoping to put the measure on the ballot. For twenty twenty though the Bill would allow Oregon residents to vote in all elections starting at the age of sixteen. But if it does go into effect, it may end up only applying to the state and local elections democratic state Senator there Shemaya Fagin said at a press conference earlier in the week sixteen and seventeen year olds should have quote a chance to participate in the ballot about decisions that affect their homes. They're clean air their future their schools and their lives in general voting age nationally was lowered from twenty one to eighteen with the ratification of the twenty sixth amendment to the US constitution back in nineteen seventy-one, which took place amid the Vietnam war. Of course when teenagers were being drafted. But they couldn't vote and couldn't have a beer legally in a lot of places either. What do you think about that? Oregon lawmakers want to lower the voting age to sixteen would you support that would you be in favor of lowering the voting age to sixteen for local elections and local doings? That's our poll question today like to hear from you at NewsRadio RI dot com. Yes. No wanna leave a comment on that question. You go to the Facebook page for the program, and we will have your results in comments tomorrow morning. There was no question yesterday. The feds are knocking on the door saying we're here from the government. We're here to help. And that's to help businesses still recovering from the Newport gas outage, here's Eric Halpern. From eyewitness news tables are set again at hungry. Monkey ready for crowd after a busy morning. It's one of two local businesses..

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News Radio 920 AM

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"So we. Condo. And we'll get at least a million dollars from providence for twenty teen Susan Campbell. From eyewitness news and new legislation attempting to address the issue of panhandling is being introduced in Rhode Island. So they've Brit busy trying to drain the sausage up there and Smith hill state Representative Charlene Lima. Introducing this Bill last week says drivers can't pass any items to an individual while the motor vehicle is in an active lane of travel, or they're gonna get fined ACLU of Rhode Island says it's encouraging people to attend to hearing on that Bill scheduled for tomorrow and speak out against a measure that it considers to be unconstitutional will people. It's it's rather unsafe with panhandlers. Trying to get a few bucks from cars that are on the move. But I'm sure if this piece of legislation goes through how do you enforce this stuff? I mean, I still see people talking on their hand held cell phones constantly, of course, that is supposedly against the law here in the state now, Amanda milk of bits in the Providence Journal reports a third person now. Accused of stealing a gun from a Boston police officer while he was at a hotel with two prostitutes in Pawtucket over the weekend. Kyle Benford of providence arrested Saturday charged with stealing the service weapon from Boston police officer, Emmanuel brand does car Binford also charged with conspiring with the two women in the fact, Melissa dossier, providence Niyaz Rivera Pawtucket who said that the officer paid them twenty five hundred dollars for sex. They were arrested hours after they in the gun disappeared back on February the second. Now this forty caliber Glock twenty two was found that afternoon wrapped in a WalMart bag and stuffed in a mail slot at the Hartford avenue fire station in providence. In fact, one of the women led cops to that gun. Boston officer is on administrative leave with pay while the incident investigated, by internal affairs there Boston police have not identified him, although Brent Deo is named in police and court records. Now, the theft brindell service weapon may have stemmed from an argument between the women. Benford at the Hampton inn in Pawtucket. That's according to the police court reports after a night out drinking at a hookah bar in visiting a strip club Brindeiro and the two women went to the hotel. According to the police records productive police say that Benford was in the elevator with them and apparently got into an argument. So Brindeiro till the cops that he broke up the argument. One of the women said that this guy announced that he was a cop and had a gun in his car. According again to police records, he did well until he didn't Ferndale till the police that he had locked the gun in the glove box of his BMW, securing it with the cable lock when he and the women went to the Cadillac lounge earlier that night, according to police Rendell left the keys to the cable lock in the Cup holder though. Oh, and at the hotel, he gave his car keys to dossier, one of the two women to retrieve his phone charger. So it could use a phone app and pay them for sex. The police believed that the Benford went to the car that with dossier and he stole the gun. Police didn't say what. Relationship Benford may have with this with these two women Benford, by the way has a criminal record with multiple charges of driving without a license. So the story gets even more bizarre third person charged in the theft of the Boston cops gone over the line in Fall River a man who actually cooked his teeth fillings for cash suffers mercury poisoning. Here's a bizarre one from Sam Reed NBC ten hopefully, he will completely pull through this. I know he's going to be devastated. When he does realize everything that's happened due to, you know, an accident this hotel, these clothes are the only thing that this woman who didn't want to be on camera have left, according to this woman on January twenty fifth her boyfriend took a bag of unused dental fillings that he had received from his grandfather who was a dentist and attempted to melt them on the stove to get silver to them sell for cash. He was bored at home. We were having trouble with transportation. We did lose our truck, and we needed another vehicle after the experiment. The very next day. She says their dog died, and then her boyfriend started acting strange when he was just using a water bottle thinking it was his cell phone. Trying to play a game on it on Monday. She says he went into the hospital and was originally treated for Monja within a week. She says her three cats died. So she went looking for an explanation spoke with sister. I told her what he did. And she's like there's no such thing as liquid sober that it had to bend. Mercury. This woman said she told the hospital and made multiple phone calls looking for resources to help. She also called her landlord and told her I think we have something in that house. I don't know what it is. It could be mercury within the week. She says her three cats have also died Saturday has Matt crews were brought into our apartment building. Which is now deemed unsafe. She says she feels awful for everyone affected. We.

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90.3 KAZU

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"He replaced. Anthony Kennedy in yesterday's vote. We saw chief Justice John Roberts side with the more liberal justices in putting a temporary hold on the Louisiana law. Does that mean that chief Justice Roberts is the new Anthony Kennedy, or is it impossible to read the tea leaves in that way from this one action? I think it's it's a little bit early to declare John Roberts the new Anthony Kennedy, but even before yesterday's decision. Everybody widely expected him to be the new swing vote on abortion. One of the interesting things. I think is that chief Justice Roberts may have different concerns. Motivating him to sort of sit in the middle on abortion in part their concerns about the supreme court's legitimacy and reputation. There's no reason to think that chief Justice Roberts is particularly sympathetic to abortion up. And rights so. claims on the merits that said he may We have a concern about we the we way, we the court I am approaches I'm here abortion voluntarily. rights cases, especially We have agreed if to it five looks minute as rounds. if the court has made a sharp swing to the right when So it has that a had majority of for nominees witness to tell who the chairman are both that Republican. his time is upright. But also who No seem. democrats. Committed Look back or at at the least witness predicted in shock, to overturn Jerry, Roe versus Nadler Wade. seemed to find That's the whole professor thing funny Mary Ziglar once he had of a Florida moment State to process University what was college happening. of law. Thank The you judiciary for joining us. committee Thanks has for a having lot me of power this week over has the Justice people across department. the So country this looking could be back a real at their who's yearbooks. sorry now moment That's because for forward. junior has So been that was rocked the reaction by from political Democrats, scandal whatever. involving Republican lawmakers an old have yearbook to say today. photo Well, and black Doug face Collins, both the top the state's Republican governor on the committee and attorney says the general Democrats have admitted were engaged to wearing in character. black face Assassination decades ago. of Matt Florida's Whitaker. secretary At the start of state of the day recently Collins advise resigned people for to get posing out there popcorn as an African American and get Katrina ready for the political victim theater. and There this was week the something fashion house wrong. Gucci No. pulled But a sweater on a more that serious looked note, black face. several NPR's Republicans Debbie Elliott pointed has out this how look much at the the history Justice department and prominence does that involves of black people's face in lives American culture immigration healthcare, at the Virginia opioid capital overdoses, this week civil Fredericksburg rights and those businessman. topics got Kevin short Williams shrift struggled today with so to much understand focus why on anyone the Russia investigation. would black in Of course, their face. some Republicans Who is also that funny used their too? time It's to ask just about it's Hillary. not funny. There's Clinton nothing Donald funny Trump's about opponent black in face two thousand sixteen Williams is and African about the president's American claims and of is wrongdoing lost fate by the than FBI the elected in two thousand officials sixteen. caught So up as we in the said scandal by this time next is. week, Unnerving there may be somebody to me new that in there charge are of people the Justice department. still Looking today ahead. What that do think you see? that that's okay? Yeah. And Bill it's just bar it's just is not likely at to be the confirmed American. by the Senate Civil next war week. museum He has a lot in of Richmond experience Justice CEO served Christie. as a AG Coleman in the says nineteen there's ninety a s lack it's of understanding not clear what about Matt black Whitaker face. is going to They do are next. literally Maybe watching a job at the department black of homeland people security. in their moments I'm hearing of there levity are a and lot privacy. of openings in the Trump It's being administration invaded. right now. So he may And have then hits pick. co-opted and That's distorted NPR national Justice. there's Correspondent violence Carrie Johnson. to Thank that you carry. My black pleasure. face has been around Okay. since It is the Friday eighteen Hallelujah. thirties, And I that means showing it is up time in for minstrel our regular shows week where in white politics actors discussion would perform today, as we're going to black look back at characters. the week. That was an It's also really the look first ahead truly to next American week and to theater. do this. I am joined by Historian, the New Yorker, Greg Susan Campbell Glasser at the library and by Margaret of Virginia Hoover, says host it of was an early firing line form on of PBS. popular Welcome entertainment you to take so and much. largely Thank you. in northern So and the big midwestern ticket event cities, this week. Of course was I the grew state up of in the a union small town on in New Tuesday. Hampshire Monday And cleaned I'll start out. with My you great Susan aunt's because house. you wrote. There was a miserable program. Our town had no black people in it. So this was not like a southern thing. It was an. American thing. An American thing that used exaggerated stereotypes of black. People says Dewan, Delaine Reese, she's curator of music and performing arts at the national museum of African American history and culture in Washington DC, they're lazy. They're unintelligent. They're prone to thievery crooks by the turn of the century, the racist caricatures were popularized in vaudeville, and eventually radio TV and film. Here's a record from nineteen twenty eight you rob John Smith's henhouse. All no, rob Noah, and I know I was home that night. What night the night I robbed a ham. Al that's a recording from New York of a comedy act called the two black crows the white actors where black face floppy, hats and have big white lips recess. A roster of these kinds of recurring characters developed the mammy figure. There's also the figure Jim.

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"You had this. Celebration and it was frivolous right during the morning in the early afternoon hours. And then things got real serious at about nine o'clock last night, the state of the union address, which you heard here on NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM and a CBS news. Poll that came out. Good numbers for the president. This is CBS CBS pulled viewers of President Trump's state of the union address and seventy six percent approved while twenty four percent disapproved. Now, as is typical the viewership lean towards his own party, as you would imagine independence at a strong showing with thirty percent of viewers identifying that way now as far as you're not in the country goes only fifty six percent said that Trump's speech will accomplish that with thirty six percent saying nothing's going to change that sentiment follows when asked if Trump and Nancy Pelosi will work together. Not sixty three percents said they won't be any change at all as far as other topics. Seventy two percent favored what they heard about immigration while seventy four percent about topics in the Middle East. Seventy eight percent gave a thumbs up for the summit with North Korea. So this CBS on the underscore that against CBS Paul says that most Americans did approve of the state of the union address. However, they don't think it's really going to stop anything from coming down in just ten days. So that's our poll question today. Is another federal government shutdown in ten days inevitable or Willie declare state of emergency. Let's not go there. If you wanna make a comment on that. You can give me any. Yes. Or no on this one is another federal government shutdown in ten days inevitable. Log onto NewsRadio RI dot com. Yes, or no. And if you wanna leave a comment, please go to the Facebook page for the program yesterday's results. Does Rhode Island Nita Steve inspector general as the house minority leader blink Philippi suggests because state employees making a hundred K or more was up twenty one percent last year overwhelmingly, you should know there's a need to create another position thirty-three percent said. Yes. While sixty seven percent said no tax filing season heavily underway. And you're going to notice a lot of differences as we hear from Susan Campbell. And I with this news, what are the noticeable changes? You'll see this tax season is the paperwork, the IRS eliminated, the ten forty easy and ten forty eight forms now, everyone will use this redesigned ten forty form much..

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Finished up one hundred seventy five points, and we're back over twenty five thousand now. So you can open your eyes when you check your 4._0._1._K again classes resumed at the kingdom you at middle school in Warren yesterday following an apparent teacher sick out last Friday that cost quite the disruption. Their teacher's union officials said that the stage over concerns about unruly student behavior and associated safety issues. Bristol Warren school officials sent a letter to parents and guardians over the weekend. Addressing safety concerns instead of police officer will now be in the building during school days. So apparently the children must play make those kids behave patriots game back to Tf green airport yesterday the team plane landing just after two pm the players then boarded buses to go back to Gillette stadium in Foxborough. That's where they were greeted by even more supporters after their six Lombok. Hardy trophy win patriot quarterback Tom Brady and the Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman, though, they weren't there. They went to DisneyWorld you just one you just won the Super Bowl where you going. I'm going to DisneyWorld. So the university of Rhode Island wasn't the only college campus in the state were arrests were made following the New England Patriots. Superbowl went on Sunday. The Providence Journal reporting this morning to college students were charged during post game celebrations. New the providence college campus, Connor cocky student and Dawson Campbell from Johnson and Wales university behaving badly. Police say one was spotted trying to light a couch on fire net. Nice. Well, this other guy allegedly was seen lighting off fireworks. In the middle of a large crowd embers from one of the fireworks. By the way, reportedly hit somebody in caused that person's hair to catch on fire. I don't get it. You know, I've said this before hey, you just won the Super Bowl. Let's set something on fire. Just crazy. You consider yourself a nice safe driver. Do you use those directionals both hands on the wheel? Well, you know, what you could be forty thousand dollars richer Susan Campbell. From eyewitness news from highway driving.

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"He believes the full house will support it though. He says the debate on the house floor is likely to be one for the ages Eskin collusion. From eyewitness news. I would agree with that assessment by Mr. craven, it will be one for the ages that debate Mark Reynolds in today's Providence Journal says a youth baseball coach from Connecticut, it's been arrested again now faces charges in federal court following his arrest on Friday by the Rhode Island state police internet crimes against children task force. Authorities say that the coach Christopher merchant of Canterbury. Connecticut was arrested a second time on Wednesday. According to a news release from the office of the US attorney Aaron Weisman be federal charges against merchant are interstate travel to engage in illicit sexual activity, transferring obscene material to a person he believed was younger than sixteen receiving child porno and possessing child pornography the charges in federal quarter related to the incidents that prompted merchants arrested. On Friday at a hotel in Warwick state police charged that merchant charged him with a decent solicitation and in federal court documents merchants accused of conversing on social media on numerous occasions with the boy he thought was fourteen years old with the dialogue quickly becoming sexually graphic says the release from Weisman's office burcin, it says also sent obscene photographs to a person and made arrangements to meet with the boy and a Warwick hotel to engage in illicit sexual activity. This coach facing some federal charges. Now Americans are continuing to cut the cable TV coordin- big numbers. Apparently with a new survey finding that nearly sixty percent of us have dropped cable and the big bills that come along with it as the move to cheaper internet based services, such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon prime marches on these surveys from water stone management group also found another twenty nine percent are close to getting rid of their cable too. With just twelve percent saying that they their content to stay with it. While streaming. Is still much cheaper than cable net. Flicks recently announced that it is increasing subscription fees by a dollar or two a month. And it said to crack down on the illegal sharing of accounts. With a recent report having found that such account sharing will cost that company in the industry almost ten billion dollars in lost revenue over the next couple of years. But the survey says nearly sixty percent of Americans have dropped cable TV. That's your poll question for today. Have you dropped it? Or are you considering dropping cable television? You can log onto NewsRadio RI dot com. Yes, or no. If you wanna leave a comment go to the Facebook page for the program yesterday's poll question should bible literacy be taught in public schools is a move afoot to make an elective. What do you think about that? Forty six percent of you said, yes. Well, fifty four percent of you said, no Anthony chimed in. Yes. John said by Belichick was an elective at Cumberland high school in the seventies. Yes. As a literary study Ken said, yes. But on a volunteer basis. Well, you mean elective and Jim said, I don't. See why not as long as the teacher doesn't try to force any particular belief system on the students. Stevens said no, whatever happened to the separation of church and state. Well, that's of course, the arguments Stephen and other Steve chimed in. I have no idea what this means. But I'm not gonna read it Ray said it should be taught as part of our nation's history to it's the very basis for our constitution. And yeah, they stopped teaching that to raise right? They don't teach history in school anymore and Allen said no and no again. So thank you for the comments and thank you for the votes. Forty six percent said. Yeah. Bible literacy should be taught in public schools. Fifty four percent said, no. And again, let me note that it's being pushed as an elective Super Bowl Sunday coming up. You got the New England Patriots taken on the Rams in hotlanta and our new Rhode Island attorney general is warning of Super Bowl ticket scams. They're out there. His Susan Campbell. From eyewitness news. It's almost gametime and Atlanta is filling up with New England fans hopeful to watch the pats bring home another. Lombardi trophy..

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Morning Tuesday. January the twenty second other very very frigid morning with a high of only about twenty six degrees today. But man, we've got a long way to go. We're only at six degrees right now. And you got a feel for those poor people on a quick island apparent low pressure gas situation leading to over seven thousand homes they're going without heat during this incredibly cold stretch national grid reported on Monday night was suspending the service for customers. Mostly in the city of Newport. Because of transmission supply issue from the utilities, natural gas supplier, the grid says it expects to deploy over a thousand workers and support personnel to assist in the restoration effort. The company says doesn't really know how long this interruption will last, but that it will likely take multiple days. That's what they had to say of all times only six degrees right now. So the governor declared the. Date of emergency from Newport county because of this natural gas situation there find a warm spot will you city of Newport, urging people to reach out and check in on friends and family to seek shelter and any area hotel, the gut at middle school and the Ryan center in Kingston, by the way of warming centers. Should he says national grid will be providing reimbursement for overnight stays and area lodging now because of this real cold weather? We got some school announcements public schools on a one hour delay Burrillville. Cumberland Johnston Lincoln Smithfield in the northern Rhode Island collaborative while one socket schools there a two hour delay this morning. There's no schooling foster-glocester north Smithfield or Newport, Newport, dealing with that natural grid gas outage. And if you're traveling today, you best check in with your your airliner. Okay. Your carrier because she got a one two punch working against you. You got this weather which cancelled a ton of flights yesterday. And then you got all these TSA workers are calling in sick ten. Percent of the workforce for TSA. Now, it's up that high. Well, then I getting paid a lot of them don't even have enough gas. They don't have gas money to get to work as the partial government shutdown continues. And because of that you best keep an eye out for opportunists with robocalls. And here's Susan Campbell. From eyewitness.

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"News. You will be taking. The local cops the messages are threatening. And they keep coming. I received several phone calls at least three from opposing to be working for the IRS saying that I had four charges against me. And then we're going to send the police to arrest me, Pat called tried to report the phone calls to the feds, but because of the government shutdown. Nobody took his complaint I knew what was the scam. But again, this this people out there that I don't know any better, and they're just being taken advantage of due to the shutdown during the shutdown. Federal regulators aren't accepting consumer complaints. And when you try to access the do not call list, which is supposed to shield consumers from legitimate telemarketers. We are unable to offer this website service at this time. But like if all the policemen leave your neighborhood, eventually the criminals are going to figure that out you're going to see more crime. So we haven't seen that yet. But we're worried that that's going to happen fairly soon. Alex Cooley is the CEO of you mail a robo-call blocker. He says scammers are taking advantage of the shutdown. We're seeing scammers reference the government shutdown as part of their scams. So for example, your IRS payment didn't get through because of the shutdown you need to do another one. So if you get a call from a number you don't recognize just don't answer if you do pick up the phone, and it's someone claiming to be from the IRS just hang up. Remember, the IRS will never call you. If you've got call caller ID, and you don't recognize the number don't pick it up. It's really that. Simple and Susan Campbell. Is right. The IRS they're not gonna call you. They're going to communicate with you by mail. All right. So just hang up.

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"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"susan campbell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Storm team ten meteorologist Zac greens forecast today. Morning sunshine, gorgeous, sunrise this morning to afternoon clouds with a high of forty six and it's going to build into morning showers on Saturday with steadier rain throughout the rest of the day. We could get up to an inch of rainfall with a high of forty four degrees Sunday looks like the the better of the two days. Obviously, partly sunny breezy with a high of forty eight degrees right now is holding steady at just thirty five. Providence journal's Brian Amaral says the foxy ladies going to reopen pending an appeal foxy lady strip club allowed to reopen as it appeals the decision to close it permanently. That's what the Rhode Island supreme court ruled on Thursday. So with that order, the high court gave the club. It's entertainment licensed back on agreed to take up the case for full arguments in April, they're hopeful. However, the two sides. Little mediation can be going on. In the meantime, the chalk stone avenue club, which was ordered closed the day after three prostitution arrests back there on December. The eleventh is going to be allowed to operate again. Just without the VIP area. Because that's apparently allegedly. We're all the no nonsense happened. I guess so foxy lady was on the city board of licenses agenda on Thursday night. But was pulled at the request of the club. Just before the state supreme court ruling came down court's decision. Also referred the case to mediation. Now, that's always a sign that the courts prodding both sides encouraging them to settle their differences ruling gave the club its food licensed back as well. The liquor license was not before the supreme court. So that was wasn't on their agenda. Now, a spokesperson for providence, mayor Elorza. That's Emily Crowley. She said that the city has reached out to the department of business. Regulation for clarification on what the supreme court decision means for the liquor license asked if the police department's gonna take some extra measures to monitor the foxy lady crawl said that the police. Would evaluate that decision and will determine how to appropriately respond within the coming days city leaders said the club was in the words of a police major of prostitution parlor. So this thing actually could be lingering all the way until April unless the two sides can come to some kind of an agreement through mediation, Rhode Island reaches a critical milestone in the U hip turnaround effort, apparently as we hear from Susan Campbell. From eyewitness news nearly one hundred sixty thousand Rhode Islanders receive snap benefits. Almost all of them are getting those benefits on time. The achievement of this helps us achieve Oliver other state goals right kids can't learn in school, they're hungry. And so ensuring families have access to reliable benefits to help them to feed. Their families is really really critical in December twenty sixteen the ACLU sue DHS in federal court over issues with snap benefits. According to a settlement. The state is required to process. Ninety six percent of snap. Applications. Within federally mandated time lines in October DHS hit that benchmark for the first time compare that to November twenty seventeen when only fifty five percent of snap. Applications were processed on time to go from fifty five percent to ninety six percent is a huge accomplishment. According to data provided by the state November numbers dipped slightly to ninety five percent. I think there will be small ups and downs because the level of perfection we have to achieve this is pretty significant. But I think the technology and the operational improvements. We've made will allow us to very safely be around that bench work into the future in his most recent report, the court appointed special master who's overseeing the state snap benefits program said the objective now is to maintain the time timeliness percentages, which I am confident that the S has both the technology and ability to do Susan Campbell from. I witness news nineteen after seven o'clock. Brutal day on Wall Street yesterday stocks plunged again after Apple's report a day earlier that revenue for the last quarter of two thousand eighteen would not need projections. Due to a drop in iphone sales, particularly in China. Now, this news we're talking about this yesterday and that number down nine to ten percent. And we knew it we're gonna take our lumps on Wall Street yesterday. Dow Jones industrial average closing down six hundred sixty points technology companies had their biggest loss two and seven years Apple's revenue with the warning stoke fears that China's economy is weakening, and that the trade war between the United States and China is certainly exasperated the problem. So the Dow's fall six hundred sixty points, the futures right now from the Bloomberg market minute suggests that we will open up two hundred and fifty points up thumbs up on the Dow Jones industrials, but we know how that's changing throughout. The course of the day is all the volatility on Wall Street who knows seven twenty this.

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