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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Pointing to the part where Floyd and officers struggle to put him in the back of the squad car. Floyd cited his Claustrophobia and recovery from Cove it as a reason assessing the damage after last night's strong storms rolled across the state allowed, it was really, really loud. Katie Steinle lives in Loretto, Minnesota, where baseball sized hail fell from the sky, she told WC steals. Dave Lee, a friend actually posted the photo of the big chunks of ice. I was a little bit busy taking care of my dog who was not doing well, either it under Fighting over underneath everything that he could find meteorologist Paul Douglas joining in the conversation. Hail that size. Dave and Katie hits the ground at over 100 miles an hour. So unless you're wearing a helmet, you definitely do not want to be outside. I think Katie's instincts were right on the money clad, everybody's okay. Susie Jones News talk a 30 w. C c 11 06 We have weather we have traffic. It's coming up. Is your forecast on news talk? A 30 W. C c 72 right now and overcast skies on her way to 79 today. Plenty of sun Hopefully in the forecast here clear tonight 59 for the low warm back up tomorrow 85 for the high we get another chance. Of rain and thunder moving in Wednesday afternoon, right now 72 news TALK A 30 W. C e o From the Rudy Luther Toyota Traffic Center weighs traffic. This report sponsored by Burlington Stores, an accident clearing south 1 100 from that ramp to 4 90 for aside from that ordinary for westbound between 90 foreign 10th Street, reduced to a couple of lanes for ongoing work 94 in both directions.

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"I'm Susie Jones News Talk a 30 W. C. C e o Yes, a newscast used the rewind. Feature on radio dot com. Now, when it comes to giving your child a quality education from home experience matters online learning might be new for your family. But Laurel Springs School has been doing this for nearly 30 years. They're flexible learning programs designed for students in kindergarten through 12th grade offer challenging and diverse courses. Laurel Springs is an education solution that's ready for whatever the future holds. Register your child at laurel springs dot com slash smart today and receive a waved registration fee. That's laurel springs dot com slash smart. I'm Leah bills and host of you Sports Intervention. The podcast. I believe that sports have the power to change. Young lives. For the better, however, navigating the world ofyou sports can be difficult. How much is too much Should my athlete specialized communicating with coaches? Crazy parents travelling teams in your round play here from the top experts, athletes, coaches and doctors? I'm intervening to start a national conversation. Vied resource is for parents and athletes in hopes of giving families and athletes are more positive sports Experience Downloaded. Subscribe on radio dot com J. Foreigner here CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making The right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned a rocket mortgage. We can help guide you to those right decisions now when they matter most mortgage rates are near historic lows, So now is a great time to call 8338 Rocket And if you need some extra money, Akash out refinance could give you that financial boost Your looking for call today at 8338 rocket or go to rocket mortgage dot com to learn more called for cost information and conditions. Equal housing Lender license in all 50 states in MLS number 30 30 Fallen Jordana.

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:48 min | 7 months ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Our producer Susie Jones in the news room Steve Thompson here we wanna get shipped today it under severe thunderstorm warning this is on the Minnesota Iowa border severe thunderstorm warning for northern Mitchell county of Iowa and southern Mauer county here in Minnesota and the just before five a severe thunderstorm located near London or eight miles east of north would moving northeast at thirty miles an hour ping pong ball size hail and sixty mile an hour wind gusts are the threat so there is a severe thunderstorm warning in effect until five forty five for northern Mitchell county in Iowa and southern Mahler county in southeast Minnesota and to give you an I. R. an idea of where that sits on the radar it is in that area between Albert Lea and Austin and sits just south of Austin Minnesota and this is part of a line of showers and thunder shower activity that's gradually creeping to the east north east and will impact the Twin Cities metro area here in pretty short order and Susie Jones can I give you the lay of the land in our forecast a moment ago so we'll continue to keep in mind that the good news is no watch no warning of firm of the greater Twin Cities area no watches or warnings right now for the greater Twin Cities area but there is a chance of showers and thunderstorms will continue to keep an eye on their radar and a guy who gets out the boat on the Sunday and is joining me via the phone right now Eric Nelson we spent a lot of time together on the weekends here on the radio over the years.

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Minneapolis police clash with protesters demanding justice for George Floyd

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Minneapolis police clash with protesters demanding justice for George Floyd

"Tensions have been high in Minneapolis after the killing of an unarmed black man by police this week George Floyd died Monday after his neck was pinned to the ground by a white police officer for about five minutes this is caught on video protests broke out in front of a city police station after Floyd's death and have turned violent WCCO Susie Jones in Minneapolis joined WTOP earlier from the scene many protesters were slashing the tires of squad cars breaking windows putting graffiti on the outside of the window breaking the front door down it remains a very tense scene here tonight for officers involved have been fired by the Minneapolis police department protesters and the city's mayor want the officer who knelt on Floyd's knack to face

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:39 min | 8 months ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The WCCO radio news room tensions still running high in south Minneapolis the sight of violent protests last night over the death of George Floyd in police custody W. C. C. O.'s Susie Jones is near the third precinct headquarters now where things in just the last few minutes of escalated Susie what happened down there well Adam I am here at the third precinct in south Minneapolis where other crews cleaning up after last night's protester cleaning off the graffiti and other derogatory sayings that have been spray painted onto the walls the third precinct there also are removing a number of police cars that were damaged during last night's protests and so I came over this morning as you know and I'm just here and it's kind of a quiet morning and a gentleman across the street from the precinct was collecting rubber bullets and the flash grenades and some of the other remnants of the protests which as you know started out peacefully at the site of the incident and then moved over here so he's collecting these remnants city has them in a bag and the police come over about six of them and a list of what you hear I was recording some of what happened the Russell what do you do what so Adam at this point he was taken away in a squad car and I just found out that he was charged and arrested for probable cause inciting a riot and I was right in the middle of it it didn't look that way to me also I was pushed by a police officer pretty hard and I also have never had that happen to me so I feel like it might be another day Adam via intensity here in south Minneapolis yeah we talked to John elder with Minneapolis police to Steve said he just got off the phone with him and we ask that question whether that probable cause rights stem from today or whether it stemmed from last night again John elder would not say so it is a possibility that could have been last night but we'll try to get some more information on that also Adam go ahead can I jump in John elder also told me that they will have more to say about this whole incident because a lot of these folks here this morning are claiming that.

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Here Is How Washington DC Ranks For Park Systems In 2020

Chad Hartman

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Here Is How Washington DC Ranks For Park Systems In 2020

"Well Minneapolis parks on the receiving end of some great recognition the annual park score index ranks the Minneapolis park system first in the nation beating out second place Washington DC and Saint Paul in third index cited new park acquisitions strategic expansions and the fact that ninety eight percent of Minneapolis residents live within a ten minute walk of a park up from ninety six percent a year ago that number is now at ninety nine percent in Saint Paul the trust for public land warns that U. S. public parks are facing inequities and budget cuts despite increased use during the corona virus pandemic in the west metro Susie Jones news talk eight three

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:19 min | 9 months ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Susie Jones shares the story of one small business owner trying to stay afloat we're doing okay just taking it day by day John Lee co owns three restaurants in the Twin Cities seven weeks ago they were all ordered shut down because of cold at nineteen it's truly been challenging we don't really know what the future holds or how we will be able to kind of bridge the gap and he says they have applied for the pay roll protection program at one of the three restaurants and that's helped but the big question remains when they'll be able to re open to customers in the west metro Susie Jones news talk eight threo WCCO Minneapolis mayor Jacob fry will release his state of the city address later today it is it is his third address this year he'll focus on covert nineteen in the city's response well actually tape the address this morning and then stream it in its entirety beginning at twelve thirty this afternoon I'm Steve Sampson a new stock a three WCCO R. W. Baird here in the morning news today really brings you a look at what's happening in the business world and was set up the genus or Betty at Bloomberg good morning good morning it was a lower clothes for Wall Street yesterday the S. and P. down about one half of one percent the nasdaq slipped one point four percent and the Dow was down about a tenth of a percent in the session the Bloomberg WCCO Twin Cities index was higher yesterday three M. was a help it gained in trading yesterday following its latest results president Donald Trump has signed an executive order that compels slaughter houses to stay open setting up a showdown between the giant companies that produce America's needs and the unions and activists who want to protect workers working shoulder to shoulder in meat packing plants Cargill CEO David maclennan said he had not seen the administration's order that meat plants remain open and didn't comment beyond the need to balance keeping shelves stocked and workers healthy the Clinton told Bloomberg that the corona virus pandemic will forever reshape the way Americans eat saying eating at home also means eating less as portions are smaller which Cargill sees that the shift to healthier eating from Bloomberg on genus or video news talk eight three WCCO for all our sakes we need to avoid crowds anyway.

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Station for news mostly cloudy skies right now thirty nine degrees at six oh three I'm Susie Jones news talk eight threo WCCO the hour's top story new information today on the call but nineteen case load in Minnesota there are now thirty five cases in just this afternoon state health officials said they have seen the first three cases of community transmission that's where the virus was passed from one person to another within the state infectious disease director Chris harassment we have a need for social interaction and that that's very normal but we want people to be very aware that if they are older or if they have underlying health conditions they need to be particularly cautious because they are at a higher risk for severe disease from coal but nineteen and now that we're seeing community transmission that increases everyone's rest today Minnesota governor Tim walls ordered temporary shutdown of public schools as the number of cases of the corona virus jumps to thirty five Minnesota schools will close for eight days starting on Wednesday in response to the corona virus outbreak governor walls says this will provide time for education officials to make plans that will ensure a safe learning environment in Minnesota state education commissioner Mary Cathryn Ricker we are not accommodating a couple snow days we are planning for the potential of weeks of distance learning delivery simple schools announced it will be no classes on Monday or Tuesday but staffers are expected to report for work in Minneapolis there will be school tomorrow but not on Tuesday it was also announced that there are now thirty five confirm coronavirus cases in Minnesota up fourteen from the number reported on Saturday al shock news talking three WCCO and students in the state's largest school district an okay Hennepin are off this week for spring break Bloomington schools announcing they will have no school tomorrow so you are advised to check your particular school district to see that they are closing before that Wednesday deadline the Seward coop in south Minneapolis is closing its store on Franklin Avenue after an employee there tested positive for covert nineteen on Facebook the company said they'll be cleaning the store over the next twenty four hours and will re open once they can determine that it poses no risk to the community the federal reserve announcing a cut in its target interest rate to zero the last time the fed cut the rate that low was more than a decade ago president trump said at an evening news conference he was surprised that's really good news it's really great for our country it's something that were very happy I have to say this so very happy president told reporters at the briefing that the US has tremendous control over the virus as the cases increase and finally a big day for our very own sid Hartman who is celebrating as you heard all day today a hundred years of being on the planet R. Biggs said Tennille but grant was asked about his longevity and his dedication to his column well it is it's it's a trait that as a coach you look for he's competitive and he will compete with anybody for news and he wants to be first he wants to be the best his integrity is beyond reproach he does not in verisign anybody everything is positive and when you do that you'll make many enemies happy birthday said and finally we want to let folks know Dave Lee there is an accident on interstate ninety four near Monticello series act and it's close the whole freeway down boy that's a busy part of the freeway Monticello happen about four and they say couple hours so be aware of that if you're out and about this afternoon driving six oh six weather forecast right after this let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably mow the lawn ask if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's.

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Among our buses trains stations platforms he says another significant problem is the number of homeless people who seek shelter on the buses and trains to that and they're working with housing advocates in some cases have handed out housing vouchers to help people find homes in addition there asking the legislature to decriminalize fare evaders both the Minneapolis house and Senate Minnesota house and Senate I should say are back in session today with more than a dozen committee hearings taking place our Susie Jones has more in an effort to require property owners to add sprinklers the most high rise buildings in this five people died in a high rise public housing apartment last year in the cedar riverside neighborhood in a building with sprinklers only on the lower bulls that tragedy is pushed to the forefront the need for sprinklers in high rise apartments representative Bahama nor represents that area we owe to those families we have to look into ways to save lives nor was joined last week at a press conference with DFL state senator Kerry did sick with says property owners would have until twenty thirty two to add sprinklers to most high rise buildings constructed before the sprinkler mandates took a fact Susie Jones news talk eight three oh WCCO a new way to calculate corona virus and the outbreak in the numbers have spiked worldwide the number of confirmed cases of the corona virus now tops sixty thousand as disease specialists gather in Geneva to try and find a way to stop the spread and Steve Sampson a news talk a three oh WCCO we know you've been planning for.

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Guys fourteen degrees at seven thirty two I'm Susie Jones news talk eight threo WCCO president trump will remain in office after being acquitted of his impeachment charges Republican senator Mitt Romney was the only Republican who joined with Democrats to remove the president it is the first time a senator voted to remove a president of his own party Mr trump is expected to address reporters today at noon CBS news correspondent we show Jane has the latest the president's team was not expecting this vote at all and we have learned that as recently as one day ago senator Ronnie was telling the president's allies that he was going to vote along with Republicans the Utah senator cited his faith in making what he described the hardest decision he has ever made then he got emotional I am profoundly religious my faith is at the heart of who I am there are now twelve confirmed corona virus cases in the US meanwhile cruise ships are locking down mid outbreaks on board coronavirus it's actually a family of viruses gets inside the human cells in uses the humans machinery to divide we have molecules the block its ability to do that those are drugs that were developed originally for HIV and for the flu and so while other clinical trials on going now in China and their anecdotes of them being used and people getting better in the viruses clearing very quickly fact they were used to develop for sars or mers also after not Christina cook is back on earth after three hundred twenty days aboard the international space station the longest space flight ever by a woman she touched down early this morning with troop two crewmates in Kazakhstan she smiled and gave a thumbs up as supporters helped her to get out of the capsule and placed her in a chair for a quick post flight check up alongside her crewmates Russian space officials say they were in good shape NASA's Brandi dean now after three hundred twenty eight days in space and one hundred and thirty nine million miles for Christina cook and two hundred one days in space eighty five million miles for the apartment condo and Alexander scored twelve the expedition sixty one crew is officially home a new study shows that there is a wide range of resting heart rates a new study in the journal plus one found that normal resting heart rates vary widely from person to person researchers in California examine data collected from wearable heart rate sensors for more than ninety two thousand people all over the country they found that one person's normal rate may differ from another person's by as many as seventy beats per minute seventy beats per minute Dave Lee man sounds like you want to dance for have you do you know your resting heart rate is I'm trying to find a right now is also got your little fancy pants watch I think it's I can set up you can only on my watch you can set up your regular rhythm notifications did you know that no but date but Steve Simpson his little watch tells him to stand up and breed right go to the bathroom tells him how long he slapped mine isn't quite that advances it does tell me when to stand up and read other we stand up on the show we don't sit we don't everything here stand we used to set back in the day as that's been a while yeah so are you trying to get your resting heart rate for me no apple watch can notify you if it sees your heart beat with an irregular rhythm that may be atrial Feb your vote for relation sound that's kind of cool yeah no doubt you haven't set up yet what else can you tell I can't find them and see my about your I. Q. show all health data using a climb to vghs flights of stairs so far this morning that's good as positive I can find no no I can find it well here we go all there you grounding heart rate forty nine BPM holy small because that good you're nearly dead yeah that's good I remember real quick I know we gotta go here but Lou Lou the story of the at the first astronauts buzz Aldrin and you know those those three guys guys yeah I guess buzz has like thirty resting I mean he's just so smooth but only now and when he had the land the module on your own just like no problem no problem yeah they yeah there's this big mountain I got a jump all over but I got this this probably pilots in general don't you yeah they must enough that they can't be panicky though we don't wanna panicky pilot known a yeah what we what's your resting heart rate you know I don't know I don't have a fancy watch well this is this is on my phone can it tell mine if you give me a watch I spoke I don't know we'll out maybe you'll give me your white might be a little big for your wrist I don't know our talent listen I that's so it for me Sir so I'll get out of here I just want to bring up the sole human interesting from a big star the people of the about Brad Pitt all I love him well here's the deal so he decided to skip the BAFTA Sunday it's of the big British war as British or add to reunite with his estranged son all so he's fifty six now he won for best Supporting Actor but he canceled because of family obligation apparently here's what happened from what I read his son Maddox but told pretty was who are willing to chat and he dropped everything to prioritize and he said member that a falling out in two thousand sixteen to grab on a private plane flight which allegedly landed up here in international falls yeah for all the trouble apparently started on and days later Angelina Jolie file for divorce and since and apparently the pair been selling custody issues with their six kids he was cleared of wrongdoing but he he got sober and meanwhile Matix and could have been a strange matic center college in South Korea this fall and he's been a wait university so when Brad found out they said he was going to be around and they could have a conversation so cancel this trip one has been a good day yeah he was so anyway there you got some free think about today and Brad Pitt I think about him a lot he's he's having a great year with this once upon a time in Hollywood did you see that I did did you like it was okay yeah it wasn't it wasn't my pick I thought the Irishman was way better yeah did you see nineteen seventeen yet that's the one I have not seen you go to the movie theater and see it I I you know what I think I liked all my actually liked all of them but I didn't love all nineteen seventeen you might love very very intense okay you know they shot it and love so there were no cut aways it's just you and that soldier trying to get to tell those guys is gonna well not I don't really need the room for me well that's the premise you know you're just you're nervous a lot okay but you liked it I did all right well I'll take your address you wanna him soon so I will see if we're just a because Oscars are this weekend are great usually traffic and weather coming up next year and WCCO geico presents a book another voice mail from your roommate Hey I got some bad news someone broke into her apartment and they took your TV on your.

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Severe lung damage has been reported among young people linked to vaping

Sports To The Max with Mike Max

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Severe lung damage has been reported among young people linked to vaping

"The hour's top story Minnesota health officials say severe lung damage has been reported among young people linked to vaping children's Minnesota is reporting that doctors have seen four cases of lung injury in the Minneapolis area potentially related to vaping the Minnesota department of health says the cases are similar to recent ones reported in Wisconsin and Illinois but it's too soon to say whether the cases are connected the health department is asking healthcare providers and parents to be on the lookout for vaping as a cause of unexplained breathing problems the department says the use of both nicotine and marijuana based products were reported Susie Jones on newstalk a three oh

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Ninety one he enters the twins hall of fame this weekend alongside former pitcher Joe Nathan mark fried abuse the CEO and I'm Susie Jones WCCO news time now to check the forecast tomorrow look for partly cloudy skies eighty four degrees for a high storms likely some relief on Tuesday with a high of eighty two Wednesdays I eighty three with the chance of storms Thursday eighty one and we're moving that into a cooler stretch Friday's high seventy eight and that's the latest from the WCCO newsroom I'm Susie Jones WCCO right now AT T. mobile get an awesome iPhone ten are on us when you bring your family over and trade in your old device because whether you have mom dad or a friend on your mind it's a gift so bold and brilliant you'll want to keep it for yourself most importantly it's on us it's six vibrant colors plus with unlimited everything from T. mobile the possum iPhone ten are will have everyone snapping streaming and sharing to their hearts content all year long don't wait only for a limited time to visit the store or call one eight hundred T. mobile iPhone ten are on congested customers using more than fifty gigs per month we noticed reduce beats to prioritization forty three twenty four monthly bill credits for well qualified customers plus tax qualifying trade in fourteen services finance agreement required contact us we will cancel your credit to stop the remaining balance do sixty four get zero down first thirty one twenty five per month for twenty four months every credit price seven forty nine ninety nine zero percent APR one offer per account hi it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at that.

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Trump was focus of Klobuchar's critiques as she looked to break from pack

The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Trump was focus of Klobuchar's critiques as she looked to break from pack

"Minnesota senator amy klobuchar looking to showcase her candidacy during last night's first nationally televised debate on n._b._c. candidates will have ten democrats all trying to stand out but with not much time to do it and sort of senator amy klobuchar taking aim at president trump on foreign policy and his dealings with iran has made us less safe than we were when he became president telling the audience president trump's style of diplomacy is anything but presidential and i don't think we should conduct foreign policies in our bathrobe at five in the morning on lowering the cost of drug she said trump never followed through with his promise susie jones

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"I'm Steve Simpson. News stories that are trending at this hour. President Trump apparently with a perverting proverbial changing narrative, he now, says there is nothing wrong with campaigns accepting opposition research, from foreign nations from Bill com. Somebody comes up and says, hey I have information on your opponent. Hueco. The President Trump tells ABC's George Stephanopoulos, that he wouldn't. I've seen a lot of things over my life. I don't think in my whole life I've ever called the FBI the president persisted saying that accepting what he called opposition research, from a foreign nation like Russia is not election interference. This is somebody that said we have information on your opponent. Oh, let me call the FBI. Give me a break. Lifeless director says that's what should happen. The FBI director is wrong Bill Rakoff, CBS, news, Washington, six men have been taken into custody, now in connection with the shooting of former Boston, Red Sox and twins slugger, David Ortiz, including the shooter and they were paid seventy eight hundred dollars to carry out a hit. It in the Dominican Republic. But no motive is been given yet as to why they tried to kill big Papi who is still recovering from his injuries in a Boston hospital new this morning. The latest salvo in the delivery wars Minneapolis-based target now offering same day, delivery on thousands of items for nine ninety nine per order until now target shoppers. Looking to receive same-day delivery through, and to go through their company shipped. They had to go to their website and pay a membership fee this week, targeting cooperated the ship feature on its website, last month target or rather WalMart rolled out next day, delivery with a minimum order of thirty five dollars in many cities. The opioid crisis having a huge impact on Minnesota families with babies and children being taken away from their mothers at alarming rates. Many go to foster homes and other family members. Sometimes the reunited with their mothers, sometimes not our Susie Jones wraps up her series of special reports on the democ with the story of Bailey and her journey from the hell of heroin to the joy of reunification with her daughter. Bailey Ford Peterson sits on the floor of her Coon Rapids town home playing with her nine month old son Jackson, her eight year old daughter Adriana is just leaving for school. Dance going. Her life was not always this way. She told me she was using heroin when she found out. She was five months pregnant with Adriana. I was scared. Like I was super scared. I didn't know what I was going to do. She went to the hospital where doctors put her on methadone for the rest of the pregnancy. And when her daughter Adriana was born she was very sick. She was in the neck, you for quite some time, because she was coming off of methadone. She says, she didn't know what to do was nineteen years old. And I didn't know how to be a mom, but I definitely didn't know how to be a mom in recovery with an addictive child. She was put in treatment, and then committed I've been in and out of my diction for quite some time. I mean, my story has had many ups and downs after treatment, she says she was so burp for a while. But ended up relapse ING her daughter was then placed with a family member. It was a dark time. I missed my daughter tremendously or story is not unique in the last five years, the number of infants born with opioids in their system is doubled in Minnesota with the number of babies and children being removed from their parents home also on the rise. Sadly, not every story has a happy ending, but it did turn out probaly. She's sober now and has been reunited with her daughter. It was exhilarating. I'm like, are you like I didn't I didn't feel real or daughter seems to understand, and is doing well, thriving in the third grade in grateful to be back with her mom, Susie Jones, WCC. Oh, by the way, Bailey will be joining us live in studio about four this afternoon to talk more about her struggle, and we'll learn more about how she turned the corner. Now, you CO news time is seven thirty six. I'm Steve Simpson. WC CO ace is the place where the hell..

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"I'm Susie Jones. WBZ news. The hour's top story is the weather. He ended up getting about six inches of snow in the twin cities and snow emergencies have been called in both Minneapolis and Saint Paul much more snow fell in the western part of the state with some cities like Detroit lakes getting about thirteen inches now with temperatures warming up. There are growing concerns about flooding with the forecast calling for temperatures in the forties this week along with more precipitation Tuesday through Thursday, mostly as rain flooding is a concern this coming week to be radio meteorologist, Mike Lynch says places along the Minnesota in sync ROY rivers are preparing if we get a nice slow melt, and and snowfall evaporation, which is sun can do this time of year that will go along ways to help us out. Because the scariest part is we've got three to four feet four feet rather of a frost around here. So the the the. Snow can't really soak into the ground. It's got run off officials say shoveling out storm drains in your neighborhood. Just like you do a hydrant can help alleviate flooding Sloan Martin WCTC, oh, the record breaking winter is stretching way way north and out into the waters of the greatest of the Great Lakes ice climatologists say ninety four percent of lake superior was covered by ice as late as last week. This is the first time in four years at the largest of the Great Lakes had more than ninety percent ice coverage. It's also a dramatic increase over the past two years in two thousand eighteen lake superior's ice coverage in early March was fifty percent in two thousand seventeen at this time the big lakes ice coverage was a mere seven percent. The reason behind the big ice this year whether patterns consistently held frigid air over the region for the past month. Warmer. Temperatures in the coming days will start to bring on a great melts of the Great Lakes..

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Woman says her son couldn't afford his insulin – now he's dead

The Al Malmberg Show

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Woman says her son couldn't afford his insulin – now he's dead

"Pharma is currently and actively. Pricing people out of their lives, Nicole Smith. Holt has turned the tragic death of her twenty six year old son into a crusade to raise awareness about the high price of insulin. Her son Alica just gotten off his parents insurance and was rationing his insulin. When he died current reports say that approximately one fourth of all diabetics rationing, insulin due to the price lowering the price of insulin and other medications is the goal of Minnesota attorney general Keith Ellison who was joined by state Senator Matt little who had this to say too big pharma. They don't care about us. And they think that we don't see through their nonsense some here to say, I see through it. Our attorney general sees through it. And we're coming for you, Susie. Jones

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"I'm Susie Jones. WBZ news the hour's top story. Minnesota Senator and presidential candidate. Amy klobuchar is spending her first weekend since announcing her run for president campaigning in both Wisconsin and Iowa Minnesota. We can see Iowa from our ports after a morning trip to Oklahoma, Wisconsin. She went to Mason city, Iowa talking about her platform and also focusing on bridging the urban rural divide heartland economics, at least know that we'd skating on income disparity tomorrow, it's off to New Hampshire where Clovis are makes one campaign. Stop before holding a town hall meeting that will be broadcast live on CNN. We now know the names of the people who died Thursday night in multiple shootings in the northern Minnesota town of Nevis year old Bryce Bellomo of Nevis was a double murder suspect. Who led sheriff's deputies on a chase and fired at them injuring one who was treated and released from? The hospital. The Ramsey county medical examiner's office says he shot himself to death in his car after the twenty minute chase on Thursday forty year old Heidi Pierce and Thirty-seven-year-old candy Gucci earlier died of gunshot wounds. Authorities say the victims and the suspect knew each other. But they have not released a motive Al shock WC CEO of protest downtown Minneapolis this weekend against President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the US Mexican border David Gilbert Peterson says the push for a port wall is doing damage criminalize.

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"I'm Susie Jones. W O news. The hour's top story an officer involved shooting in St Louis park leaves one man dead. The investigation of the shooting involving a St Louis park. Police officer reportedly is in the hands of the Hennepin county sheriff's office as as standard procedure the officer who fired the gun is on administrative leave. Here's what is known officers were called to the Louisiana court apartment complex at twenty seven seventy Louisiana avenue around six PM. There had been a report of a verbal domestic confrontation. And according to a statement from the city of St Louis park, the shooting happened at six fifteen pm an adult male died and no bystanders. Our officers were hurt names are not released Al shock WC. Oh, minneapolis. Police say a man is dead after a shooting in an alley on the city's north side had happened last night near thirty sixth in Penn police found a man who had been shot. He was taken a north memorial. Where he died spokesperson. John elder investigate. Peterson officers canvas theory is speaking with a number of people who may have heard or seen something, and we are asking anyone with information to please contact crime stoppers of Minnesota the name of the victim has not been released nor have there been any arrests. The bitter cold temperatures did not keep hundreds away from the third women's March in Saint Paul Minnesota women's March there. Both of feel-good celebration of the power of what galvanizing refocus on work to be done. Erica Kennedy is a teacher. Teach you have a.

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Susie Jones. All right. Thank you. The hour's top story healthcare in Minnesota the deadline for healthcare coverage states marketplace by January first expired last night. But open enrollment continues through January thirteenth this despite a ruling from judge this weekend, the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional. People who depend on the ACA do not need to panic says, the former head of Medicaid and Medicare under President Obama and twin cities resident and Slavic coverage is still valid, and it's very important for people to new decided out through the enrollment period here in Minnesota governor Dayton also released a statement about the ruling saying the ACA is the law of the land flavored says it's disappointing after the midterm elections where Democrats took control of the house the president who I think send out a tweet saying that this is great. Great news for America is really bucking. What the public says they were flattered says he expects it to be appealed Sloan Martin W C C O. Minnesota Senator Tina Smith is getting a closer look at some of the problems that immigrants at the border are facing particularly young immigrants. She was in El Paso, Texas yesterday along with other lawmakers to tour a detention center after a seven-year-old Guatemalan girl died while in custody of the US border patrol. She posted a message on Twitter after touring the facility. Some of these kids have been here for months, they are not with their parents. They are being held while they are awaiting word on what's going to happen with their seeking asylum. This is no way for a great country to be treating children. The Senator also tweeted that Minnesota has the tradition of welcoming those coming to the US to escape violence to build a better life motorcyclists and truckers came to Ford. Smelling national cemetery this weekend to lay holiday wreaths. On the graves of American servicemen and women was part of wreaths across America. And lawyer row was among those taking part not only are drivers. But as.

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"I'm Susie Jones. WBZ news the hour's top story. Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar is lashing out at President Trump who blamed Democrats in a Sunday morning tweet for security issues on the US border with Mexico appearing on the ABC television program this week global char compared Trump with those who like to blame others on taught second grade until she was seventy years old. And she always told me if you do something wrong. You don't tell the truth, you, take responsibility for you. Don't blame it on the other kid. That's exactly what he's doing here. He controls the White House his party controls the house and the Senate, and it is on that says with the current congress wrapping up their work in the coming month. There needs to be agreement on border security criminal Justice reform, and the farm Bill club char was also asked about a possible presidential run in two thousand twenty and she would only say that people are talking to her about it. I'm sorry to say I have. No announcement. Al shock WC CEO an eight year old Saint Paul man who somehow survived an explosion that leveled his home is recovering after having had surgery at regions hospital yesterday. John lyndale suffered a broken arm and pelvis long with severe burns in the blast. Last friday. His sister-in-law talk with WC o television, be honest with you. I don't know how he's going to survive all these ferns. I mean, he's going to be eighty years old in January. Yeah. It is. Fad an official caused the blast is not yet been determined. But investigators say it was likely a gas leak that led to it. Minneapolis officials are working with rideshare app to make it. More orderly. When nightlife comes to an end the scene in the warehouse district at two AM can be chaotic and unorganized. As people are flushed out of bars and clubs looking for their rights home through and lift Minneapolis downtown council. President Steve Kramer, says city officials are working to create a designated pickup area to ease. Congestion. Part of what we're trying to do. These days is to make that a little more orderly. A little more friendly, frankly, a little more accessible for people. So it's not quite as not quite as overwhelming final plans are still in the works. But the proposal focuses on the area surrounding Hennepin in second avenues between four and six streets. He says the AP has been discussed for a couple of years, but planners have made significant headway in the last couple of months Sloan Martin. WCTC? Oh, and I'm Susie Jones. WC CO news time now to check the forecast Monday. Look for partly cloudy skies, the high Twenty-one Tuesday side, twenty Wednesday twenty-seven with sunshine Thursday, we're up to thirty. But we have a chance of snow, and that's the latest from the WBZ newsroom. I'm Susie Jones WCC, oh, whether it's our hearts lungs or other organs were diagnosis tends.

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"I'm Susie Jones WCC, oh news. The hour's top story. One man is dead after a shooting in north Minneapolis this morning police were called to fifty second in James about eleven o'clock on report of shots fired found a man in an alley who had been shot, and he was pronounced dead at the scene. Police spokesperson Darcy horn, you know, anytime something like this happens in the neighborhood, it affects everybody, and we are asking people in the neighborhood to contact us or crime stoppers with any information and to just be vigilant and and watch and call if they see something suspicious, and she says they have not yet made any arrests in that shooting Minnesotans are joining the nation in mourning after yesterday's mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue. Steve huntings is executive director of the Jewish community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas. He called the shooting which killed eleven people. A deplorable act semitism is a three thousand year old's condition. Unfortunately, we see these episodic outbursts of violent anti semitism, thankfully, less so with United States, but we've not been immune to it. Governor Dayton has ordered flags at state and federal buildings in Minnesota to half staff to honor the people killed in the shooting. There are two prayer services planned today as well. In the twin cities one in Minneapolis at temple Israel, the other in Saint Paul tomorrow evening all to honor those killed a sad weekend, embarrassing county Wisconsin while the search for missing thirteen year old girl continues her parents were laid to rest today. The funeral for James, Denise Kloss, drew hundreds to the Saint, Peter Catholic church and Cameron Wisconsin, Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald was among those morning along those still any still confident he says, they'll find Jamie Kloss. There's not one person in there that doesn't believe Jamie's going to come home when we find her and bring her own. There is a fifty. Thousand dollar reward for information that they will help them find the girl her parents were found shot to death at their home in Barron two weeks ago and Jamie has not been seen since the union gospel mission in Saint Paul is making sure the needy won't be going without Turkey and all the trimmings on Thanksgiving Day. What goes into a union gospel mission free thanksgiving dinner, grocery bag Tito's, stuffing, green beans peas corn? A dessert mix gravy, right? Are you forgetting something? I will also give everybody a Turkey when they show the missions. Brian Monahan says only be able to give out the free grocery bags to people who register for one registration is underway at the community center on western avenue in Saint Paul and also the mission's men's campus on University Avenue in Saint Paul all you need to do is to bring a photo ID and a current piece of mail battle allow them to register for the bag of food each bag of food contains enough food to feed. Family of five union gospel mission, usually assembles enough grocery bags to make sixty thousand Turkey dinners at shock W. W? C news time is three six for more on these and other stories go to WC CO radio dot com up next the forecast. This.

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"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"susie jones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"I'm Susie Jones. WC CO news. The hour's top story. All indications are that twins. Great. Joe Mauer may have played his last game of baseball fans at target field. Gave him a standing ovation each time at that. He hit a double his entire family. Was there his twin girls came out onto the field to hug him during the game? And he put on his catcher's gear and caught for the first time since two thousand thirteen at a press conference this afternoon, he talked about what that was like that was my first response. I said my wife might kill me if I go back there. And then they swing. And that's the thing. And she was so behind it, and I'm so thankful for that. The thirty five year old was playing the final game of an eight year one hundred eighty four million dollar contract. The children of a Fargo, man. Who's in custody in connection with the murder are missing authorities believe their mother took them from a relative's home in southeastern Minnesota last night. A crime alert says thirty nine year old is that a Cooley has the three kids and were last seen leaving a residence inn rose creek located south of Austin Moure county investigator, Steve Sandvik says the woman had not been facing any previous charges pending. But now she is wanted for deprive, parental rights. Right. Taking children against the court. Order under Minnesota statutes the kids and their mother are believed to be traveling in a black two thousand seven Suzuki X L seven with Minnesota plates. One zero three w j C if you see them the BBC a wants you to call nine one one county jail in southeast Minnesota is in danger of being closed if it's not updated. The State Department of corrections has told well known accounting administrators at their jail building must be brought up to code or will be closed on September thirtieth twenty twenty one that's three years from now the facility is located two blocks for the Mississippi River, not far from the bridge that has to Wisconsin. And officials say is deteriorating condition and cramped quarters. Make a dangerous environment for inmates and corrections workers there have been short term fixes for the forty year old building which had a life expectancy of twenty five to thirty years. Well, known a county sheriff says they need to finish Preliminary Working Committee meetings before getting to work on. Replacement? Al shock WC CEO. Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar is defending a Senate Judiciary committee colleague concerning sexual assault accusations against supreme court nominee Br Kavanagh appearing on CBS is face the nation. Kluber says receiving last minute information in the American legal system is common. There may have been better ways to handle this. The question is when you have power, what do you do with that information? Do you just sweep it under the rug and say, well, what happened in a house doesn't belong in the courthouse? No, you look at it. The allegations by Dr Christine Blasi Ford surface this month. Senator Dianne Feinstein says she ordered Ford's request of confidentiality when she came forward to her earlier in the year. I'm Susie Jones. WBZ news time to check the forecast. Tomorrow. Monday should be cloudy with a high of fifty three degrees, Tuesday, sixty three for a high with some sun Wednesday seventy-five with rain though. And then Thursday. Sixty. And that's the latest from the WBZ newsroom. I'm Susie Jones. WCC? Oh,.

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American Legion remembers John McCain at their 100th National Convention

24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

American Legion remembers John McCain at their 100th National Convention

"And, over the weekend thousands in downtown, Minneapolis attending the American Legion national convention the death of Arizona Senator John McCain front and. Center on the minds of many the legion's national chaplain, Robert van we lost a great patriot prisoner of war set an example that may never be matched please value head where the You disagreed, with his politics or not offer your, thanks to God but, we have man like that to, defend our country McCain was a member, of the legion and received the organization's distinguished, public service award the, one hundred. Legion convention last through much of this week the first ever legion convention was back in nineteen nineteen also in

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Inmate Accused Of Killing Officer Indicted On 1st-Degree Murder

24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Inmate Accused Of Killing Officer Indicted On 1st-Degree Murder

"A Stillwater prison inmate accused of killing corrections. Officer Joseph Gombe last month made a court appearance on his new first degree murder charges today Edward Johnson. Allegedly beat gone with a hammer in. A shop, building on the prison. Grounds July eighteenth attorney Mike Padden. Is representing his family members patent says it was. Well known the gum feared for his safety, it was extremely, worried about workplace safety at Stillwater president said this to his families and friends and I quote it's going, to take one of us to die before any, changes become reality Close quote we think that says a lot in essence. Joe was a, sitting duck and he knew it Johnson is now charged. With two counts of first degree murder and one count of, second degree assault his next court. Appearances in November with a trial likely to be scheduled next.

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Minneapolis City Council, David Martinez and Minneapolis Park discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Minneapolis City Council, David Martinez and Minneapolis Park discussed on 24 Hour News

"Racial intermarriage is. Becoming more common in this country, that based on census data from two thousand to two thousand sixteen according to the latest census numbers hit a racial or interethnic marriages are up from seven point four percent to almost ten and a half percent quite a jump according to data analysts pretty Pinson that. It's going to continue to increase because the population, of the United States is not primarily. White any longer and the deep. South saw larger increases in interational marriages, then many states, in the mid west and north especially the younger version of our population chances of intermarriages happening are increasing Jim hanzel for, CBS news do Orleans North Korean leader Kim Jong UN, is blasting local, officials over a delayed construction project is second such rebuke. Over the economy, in recent weeks. Not is usually not good news for those being. Blamed Asian financial markets mixed the US market futures point to a. Mixed open I'm Tom Foty CBS news W. CEO, update. Damage villain eras days before the Minneapolis city council is expected to vote on amending the city's charter to share police oversight with. The council the mayor gathered support to come out. Against it Crisis or tragedy strike there needs to be very clear and decisive leadership as it stands. The mayor has complete oversight on the Minneapolis police department a few days after. The police shooting up Thurman beloved city councilman Cam Gordon proposed amending the charter to give city council shared authority over police policy some council. Member supported the change and today a few spoke. Out against it one of them Linnea palmesano I feel we need to be. Enabling chief era Dondo to lead in this charter changes a distraction at best the city council. Only needs seven members, to refer the charter changed the city's, intergovernmental relations, committee that vote is slated. For Friday the same policy council candidate who has been in the news recently is arrested for revenge. Porn Saint Paul police arrested David. Martinez about seven thirty this morning police spokesperson Steve Lindner's, over, the. Weekend we got a report that David Martinez had posted topless photos of his wife on his campaign blog he's running Saint Paul. City council we immediately signed the case to investigator Who started looking into it and after she got it some facts she quickly contacted WordPress and asked him to. Take the photos down he says Martinez was arrested. For felony nonconsensual dissemination of private sexual images or revenge porn Martinez has shown. Aggressive behavior recently which has led to him being thrown out of a library and being banned. From target field Susie, Jones WCC oh some Somali teenagers are, speaking out, for the first time about. An incident involving Minneapolis park police at many ha ha falls last week but I was at the. Park hours are trying to have. A good day with my friends and There's white kid just came up to us saying racial slurs towards us and, when the cops came they just pulled guns to our faces and I felt like I was discriminated And I. Felt like it was supposed to happen And opened never happens to? Anyone can the families want. To, third party investigation they're considering taking legal action meanwhile Minneapolis park police investigating a shootout at. Many ha ha park in the and picnic. Area it happened last night around eight o'clock. Witnesses say a car drove into the parking lot started shooting at. A group of people. Who in turn returned fire both cars took off no one was hurt. Or no police are investigating after two women reported they were possibly drugged at. The popular Lord Fletcher's bar on lake Minnetonka sergeant Chad Spencer says that most recent case involves a thirty seven year old woman who call police after she had been out with her boyfriend and, some other friends on Saturday night on July seventh she kind of. Blacked out for a few hours within the evening and then when she started coming back to the end up doing a over the counter drug test that had benzodiazepine come back positive for so or also known as I guess on the street standard says another woman Reported. A similar incident a few weeks earlier at Lord Fletcher's he says the cases are important reminder for women especially to keep an eye on their drinks when they're out socializing let's take a look at your,.

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