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"tarentum" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"tarentum" Discussed on KOMO

"Olympia twenty seven minutes Lin wood to Seattle or limited they'll be around sixteen minutes and Sumner Tarentum with a twenty two minute drive our next come traffic at and I know for a couple eco roof forecast not bad getting through some showers this morning but partly sunny eventually and warm up into the low seventies for today overnight lows upper fifties tomorrow the threat of a few showers again will stay in the low seventies though and it's Friday things are gonna take a turn rainy cooler temperatures with highs in the low sixties chance of thunderstorms for Saturday with the rain right now in downtown Seattle kind of filtered sunshine it's sixty is an artist in Turkey is claiming to have earned a Guinness world record by building a chess board that is so tiny it's about a third of an inch in size the artist specializes in micro sculptures in his chest set is point three five inches in within the same length is two times smaller than the current record holder is as it took him six months working about six hours a day to create he says two people can play a game on the board in a probably need microscopes to do it come on news time eight fifty six our consumer tip of the day now is brought to you by Safeway and Albertsons strengthening neighborhoods changing lives and supporting charities that make a difference hears her voice Paul seems some people are getting a little carried away with protecting themselves from the coronavirus according to a new report by the CDC thirty nine percent of those surveyed or doing things that are high risk and not recommended such as using bleach on food and putting household disinfectant on their skin the executive director of the Washington poison control center Dr Erica Lee.

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"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:10 min | 6 months ago

"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"They are generated in our future that's right and they don't want to get along now than what it simply it can go to architecture school is truly really true and we're all doomed thank you if we don't get along K. eight AM HT KDKA FM HD two Pittsburgh a radio dot com station from the chief in lu Han a law firm studio doing good doing right this is Katie K. A. radio sixty seven mostly cloudy at ten o'clock I'm Paul Rasmussen as America starts to re open businesses are bringing back workers the AP Sager Madani has the story analysts had predicted millions more job losses last month but the government says the economy actually added two and a half million instead of a sharp rise in the unemployment rate is down to thirteen point three percent it's a giant turnaround from April when employers cut more than twenty million jobs the surprising numbers showed the economy slowly starting to recover from the virus pandemic which states easing restrictions businesses are re opening and re hiring as Americans venture out Sager make ani Washington on Wall Street here for intelligence as the Dow is up six hundred fifty eight points now at twenty six thousand nine thirty nine the nasdaq is up a hundred forty nine points in the S. and P. is ahead by sixty three the list of stories JC Penney is closing includes four Pittsburgh area locations that was coming out yesterday Monroeville mall Clearview mall and Butler beaver valley mall in Pittsburgh mills in Tarentum the retailer is in chapter eleven bankruptcy is the biggest company to do that during the pandemic two people are dead gunned down last night in Wilkinsburg police were called to the one hundred block of Princeton Boulevard just before ten PM the victims were taken to a hospital where they died no word yet about their identities or what led to the shooting or a suspect two buffalo police officer suspended Thursday after a seventy five year old man was shoved to the ground at a protest video.

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"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:38 min | 8 months ago

"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"It eight six six three nine one at ten twenty Jim Tarentum welcome the KDKA radio thank you Mangino happy Easter to you and I want to tell you I'm enjoying your show I just wish we could find a different topic of conversation I am looking forward to that day I truly am but I wanted to comment sixty seven years old I wear underwear and I'm a massive surgery surgical mask a friend gave me a couple weeks ago and I've been wearing it everywhere every time I go out where I think I'm going to get in more than fifty feet up somebody when I was in a giant eagle pharmacy a few days ago where there are eight pharmacist working in a very small area and only one of them was wearing a mask and I counted in that particular store I know for a fact that there wasn't one employee tested positive in there and I only saw two cashiers with masks on and I was in a Walmart about an hour later where they have signs up everywhere please stay six feet apart within thirty seconds of getting inside that store I saw five Walmart employees walking right up the center aisle side by side and no rubber gloves and no mask I'm wearing a mask protect them but nobody's wearing masks to protect me yes it really annoys me and I think if we see a surge in this area like they were originally saying it's because there are too many people who are not paying attention and not taking this seriously right is it a wonder to what extent companies are paying lip service just so they can look as though they're being responsible because I was over at the big lots store here in moon township earlier and they had the signs posted all over the store about staying six feet apart from each other right just as you were just saying and then there were two employees that were sitting in the furniture section that were within feet of each other right it doesn't make any sense why aren't you the setting the example of how you ought to be and if the surgeon at the secretary of health is right and I think we should be following her guidelines and what she says you wait you wear your mask to protect me I wear my mask to protect you why isn't it a mandatory policy for every single business that's open now did you are going to do with your dead level best to protect your customers from your own employees so you make it mandatory union will be wearing a mask I don't understand it definitely should be that way I wish they would make it mandatory not bachelor still people who would pay no attention to it but the social distance and social distancing everywhere I have then nobody is paying any attention to it boy I hate people getting a lax and then you're going to have another search is going to come I think what happened was your people talking about we're getting to the crash were getting over the hump you know we're getting to the top like the president's been talking about and that really gets people's attention and they think well okay the bird the worst is over we can relax now it's not that big of a deal and we're gonna come back around and then not paying attention when all the medical professionals are saying we have to be even more diligent to really suppress this over the course of the next couple of weeks great call Jim thank you very much I appreciate it yeah that that the president could do so much more for getting the economy back up and running if what he focused publicly would be on his thirty days you know that thirty days to stop the spread that pains always says the president has put into place what what would be better is the president drilled down on those points quit talking about The New York Times quit talking about the editorial board at the Wall Street journal and trade and what he did when it comes to that the the flights of Chinese nationals that weren't allowed in what you're doing now right now focus on the message it's April the eleventh everything saying shut down at least through the thirtieth of this month drive the point home that it's more important now than ever that everybody follows the guidelines you want back to work follow the guidelines you want the economy to come back follow the guidelines if you just want and wish and say that it should be this way and you're not following the guidelines you're not going to get there no matter how much you wish for it eight six six three nine one at ten twenty wearing masks in public just posted this up on my Facebook page I'm interested in getting your reaction you can send me a text as well are you wearing a mask when you go out in public just going for a walk when you go to the store when you go to work when do you wear your mask when you go out or maybe you never.

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"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Sided ask the president if you're in the latest man crush would pardon Larry the end could tiger king tiger thing docu series on Netflix got a lot of people talking about of these but on these big cats lions and Tigers and Joe exit thank his real name is actually in jail because he's being accused of odds plotting against a woman who was trying to stop them and yada yada yada but at one point he was a presidential hopeful right yeah Joe Maldonado's his nickname is also running for governor of Oklahoma and thirty four point three million people I've watched that Jeez program that you promote it I don't know if that's sad or I know this but somebody I can't believe that reporter in the midst of bill pretty C. B. S.'s areas as we get ever get this country of with information asked about Joe exotic to the press yeah the president just sort of laughed and said yeah I'll look into it but when he when they show up who is talking about he's going to get a good laugh I have a feeling you'll hear more about that from the president he's gonna find a way to bring that up you wait and see later today K. M. NH T. KDKA FM HD two Pittsburgh a radio dot com state and from the change in the law firm studio doing good by doing this is Katie K. A. radio fifty one with light rain at eight o'clock I'm Paul Rasmussen we're look more about the two tornadoes that touched down in the Pittsburgh area Wednesday here's Katie Katie is Lisa Washington the first an EF one with a maximum wind speeds of one hundred miles per hour that was Tarentum area we were there yesterday and when the people that we talked to certain that it was a tornado even before the National Weather Service confirmed it the second confirmed tornado was an EF zero back to the Westmoreland County from Babe run to lower Burrel like the F. one both tornadoes were on the ground for about seven minutes that EF zero tornado in Westmoreland County at Max speeds of about seventy eight miles per hour right now we have winds out of the west the miles per hour with C..

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"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:44 min | 8 months ago

"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Order to provide critical aid hospitals regarding no protection equipment and supplies it's intended to ensure the best allocation and some critical medical resources such as N. ninety five face masks face shield safety goggles binoculars respirators disinfectants and other sanitizing solutions state police say stopping any vehicles on suspicion of violating the governor state border lieutenant colonel Scott prices and those are being sent from other states as they enter Pennsylvania he says there has been a significant drop in traffic on the Pennsylvania Turnpike we see about a seventy six and a half percent decline for commercial vehicles in about a twenty sep a half percent a decrease in volume for commercial vehicles license enforcement happens were violating the stay at home order will increase to thirty C. a backsliding with the weather after weather service has confirmed a tornado touched down in western Pennsylvania over or is that not the trees and utility look ripped the roofs off St Matthew church in new Kensington and a brewery blew away a hangar at the Arnold Palmer channel airport forecasters say it was an effort in tornado with maximum winds up to one hundred miles per hour struck overnight near Tarentum in Allegheny county Duquesne light crews have been restoring power in the region the number of customers without service at seventy three hundred this hour for energy reports about four thousand Jews in the region mount Oliver police were called when a robbery five thirty this morning at the Sunoco station on Brownsville road KDKA TV reports two men went into the store one with an A. R. style rifle and demanded money from the clerk and customers there were no injuries anyone with information is asked to call the Allegheny county police tip line that's one eight three three all tips in sports the list during the league's twenty twenty draft two or three day fundraiser to.

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"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"There's a poll that is actually a couple of them when it comes to handling the car just on a federal level and right now Americans would prefer to have Obama still as president handling the crisis as compared to trump however when they're asked who would you rather have Byton there are likely to say trump what do you say join me on Facebook manual on Katie K. semi your tax take vibrating was coming up and then after the news at eight an hour long tribute to fintech right here on KDKA radio okay AMNH KDKA FM HD two Pittsburgh NEO dock station chief in Lugano law firm studio doing doing right this is Katie K. A. radio a few clouds and sixty seven degrees at Pittsburgh international at seven o'clock on rose Ryan Douglas the weather service has confirmed that a tornado touched down in western Pennsylvania overnight amid storms that knocked down trees and utility lines the roof church in new Kensington and a brewery and blew away a hangar at the Arnold Palmer regional airport forecasters say it was an EF one tornado with maximum winds up to one hundred miles per hour that struck overnight near Tarentum in Allegheny county Duquesne light crews have been restoring power in the region and the number of customers without service is at eighty seven hundred this at work FirstEnergy reports about five thousand six hundred twenty outages Pennsylvania emergency management officials will be permitted to shift N. ninety five face masks ventilators at their crucial medical.

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"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:47 min | 8 months ago

"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"At five o'clock going rose Ryan Douglas president trump and the coronavirus task force are scheduled to speak this hour you will hear that live on KETK a radio the National Weather Service has confirmed that NATO touched down in western Pennsylvania amid storms that knocked down trees and utility lines ripped the roof tops St Mary church in new Kensington and a brewery aware hangar at the Arnold Palmer regional airport forecasters add an EF one tornado with winds of up to one hundred miles per hour truck overnight near Tarentum in Allegheny county Duquesne light crews have been restoring power in the region and the number of customers without service has dropped to about eight thousand seven hundred this hour FirstEnergy reports about seven thousand outages in the region that six thousand of those in Westmoreland County there are nearly seventeen hundred new cases of covert teen in Pennsylvania the total to sixteen thousand two hundred thirty nine cases statewide this is governor Tom wolf well we're no longer seen exponential growth of new pieces daily continued growth should serve as a reminder to everyone that we do not yet have this fire control he reminds you continued mitigation practices pretend Pennsylvanians have died from Kuroda Everest twenty seven of them in the Pittsburgh region about eleven hundred triple patients live in southwestern Pennsylvania the Kobe nineteen death toll in the county alone now stands at an up for from Tuesday seven hundred twenty people now tested positive in the body one hundred thirty of them hospitalized a first inmate has tested positive for covert nineteen inside the Allegheny county jail K. E. radios go to steal reports this comes the same day as a class action lawsuit against the lock up the jail inmates have gone to federal court claiming they should be released because their health.

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"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Inmates being released officials failed to use the extra space to promote physical distancing joked out newsradio ten twenty eight okay after examining radar data the National Weather Service confirms a tornado near Tarentum up the Allegheny River in Allegheny county happened overnight a storm surveys being done there this afternoon so details on the timing track and intensity of that tornado can be determined Pittsburgh your national airport measured a seventy five mile per hour wind gusts at one oh six morning as severe storms moved through National Weather Service says that is the hot thunderstorm wind gust at the airport ever Duquesne light crews restoring power in the region the number of customer service has dropped about twelve thousand five hundred this our dinner reports about seven thousand three hundred in the engine Bernie Sanders so his once strong lead in the democratic primary the apparatus the party's establishment lined up behind rival Biden has ended his presidential bid his appointment today leaves former vice president Joe Biden as the presumptive democratic nominee to challenge president Donald Trump November on Wall Street right now have for intelligence as the Dow is up seven hundred ten points at twenty three thousand three sixty four the next deck up two hundred three points the SNP up eighty seven in sports another coronavirus delayed the opening of the stable area and training track at Saratoga in upstate New York and Barney at Monmouth park in New Jersey being postponed the news is brought you by Julian gray associates life it's not black and white that's why you need Julian great associates elder law triple a traffic and accu weather next how would you like to get paid for eating healthy or paid for your gym membership or paid for running when you get life insurance through health IQ it's like getting paid for living a healthy lifestyle because health IQ is the only life insurance company that can save you up to forty one percent for the healthy activities you already do that means you can get a million dollars in coverage for as little as thirty six dollars a month that's a huge savings have a gym membership you could qualify jog a few times a week you could qualify it really is that simple just go to health IQ dot com slash radio only health IQ reward your healthy lifestyle choices with special savings up to forty one percent it's why health IQ was awarded the better business bureau's highest rating to shop the top thirty life insurance carriers plus apply for health IQ's exclusive healthy lifestyle savings go to health I. Q. dot com slash.

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"tarentum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"tarentum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"A big is all about but now the love is the but to the point where Ryan will see me in the parking lot and out you know actually he covers half of his face and tries to walk faster in an opposite direction right running into each other in the parking lot yeah I know I'm coming in for second shift in house a training Ryan's crushed it and it is raining it's raining on this new system that we have it's pretty slow you like it yeah Mike in in how I'm getting your buttons all situated here in the meantime awesome thank you you're welcome dad you're welcome that was very great was better miss better role thank you Hey Ryan all right did you get her cut no I didn't know I was so busy on that Friday that it didn't didn't pan out I'm glad I didn't waste any time sending you a picture because he saw me in the parking lot and he said so there's still time so I made a purchase of thirty minutes our and then I didn't end up sending a picture but what Ryan as Ryan has great hair and anybody out there who has a guy in their life who has really good hair who can grow it long and looks good but then they only know one cut and it's essentially the flow be cut you know and yeah cleaner and go all one length yeah that's what Ryan does in shame yeah the the flow of these changing people's lives everybody knew someone who knew who was a flow bee guide now this guy was what was his name Bob Caridi work did I dayspring church in Tarentum Pennsylvania Bob ready was just the salt of the earth such a nice man I guess the flow and he said I'll be let's get a flow bee in the flow of the was an attachment that you hooked up to your vacuum cleaner different attachments for different lengths of hair sure I'm I feel pretty sure about this if not by for all intents and purposes it's it was like hooking up to a vacuum cleaner to just cut in sucked your hair offer your leaders involved now I'm looking at it looks like it's it's a vacuum now flo connected does it come with the vacuum cleaner did you connect the flow be two eighty a rare dice I think you connect it to a you do it yeah it's a decision B. is its own vacuum cleaner no but it's an attachment on your vacuum look at these okay guys there suck cutting the hair on we are going to get a flow bee yeah and we're gonna cut Ryan Ryan thank you yeah that would be fun I would also love your exams okay so that the well because what it does is imagine if you stuck a you know the two but after that you have in your vacuum cleaner yes so much in you if then then you still get to the top of your head yes and then all of the hair is now being pulled up into the two and imagine if that to the flow be lovey had clippers inner shift so it sucks it up and then it cuts he's in dangerous and look at these guys well here's what they didn't tell you on the flow of the commercial look at these simple tense I mean this dope what is this guy you will be so AT there's no way this lady is we need to get the infomercial for the for the writing can you look at the flow would be infomercial that lady looks like it was in total okay I just there was a time that this happened but you would only ever come out one length hair these guys this guy's given himself a mall it off died some flow be fails as well this is great look at this Malik of man we have the teletype think we've gotten a commercial a flow bee commercial from this is like the late nineties when flow be came out was it was it like Blu blockers time and they will start getting the same audience I would say that here a listen to what the flow be commercial sounded like for the flow of the holiest skilled professional could produce a good layer Halka tens of thousands of unsold dissatisfied customers why because it really works proper section is the key to getting great looking hair cuts with no cleanup yeah a lot of the music right now yeah well because people men women and children several of the flow listed as far as device let you give yourself family perfect hair cuts ever really throw back his houses have been sold the centers one white because it really works if you have a a if you have a favorite TV commercial maybe from childhood people are telling us either chiming in today on our Facebook page to Facebook question I have one you do well yeah I don't know if I do well on it but we'll get to some of those yeah we're gonna do a study when we come back do we have to let's do it all right what should be about the do you have anything that has to do with aging I do it's going to give everybody a little anxiety though because for years we thought we gradually age it turns out there are three specific years according to science three specific years where your body really shift other I have a story of something that happened to me out of the blow out of the blue the aging just boom this is it for you today took me down I just happen to pass one of these aging milestones will tell you the three that you need to be on the look out for coming up 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"tarentum" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"tarentum" Discussed on KOMO

"Set for five o'clock this afternoon planning on avoiding the highway ninety nine tunnel today well as goals right covered reported there've been months of plans to help hope believe most of us keep moment the number of total users was down over its first weekend but what about today our first week day and its founders parade day we're expecting and prepared for sort of that as a baseline about thirty percent of version if they get so much more than that we'll have to pull out some of the stuff heather marks with the Seattle department of transportation says those stops include changing signal timing on downtown streets in order to prevent back ups that tunnel ingress and egress is where we expect at that we'll see the first indication that a problem may be occurring she expected could take days even weeks before commuters settle into a new commute driver Dylan Taylor agrees side at time of generals around I figure people probably just wanna get back to their commute and St costs Brian Calvert como you stumble over thirty for traffic and weather next to them Amazon wants to be your grocery store I'm core when hate how the company is going beyond whole foods to compete with safe way to avoid driving up the time eleven thirty four what's going on here in Jordan well we still have a lot going on on the east side with disclosure of our ram from four oh five two northeast forty fourth we're still seeing a heavy back up on southbound four five that starting a just south of northeast eight and then north bound for five that is bumper to bumper from about the valley freeway so travel time south center to bell B. that that fifty three minutes bell B. Tarentum with a thirty five minute drive north but I if I was going to be slow in Seattle from the north in the Boeing field to about I ninety and then we start to see some relief cellphone I five is starting to fill in more as you're approaching rip van and then often on flowing from the ship canal bridge through downtown you're also credit is you're approaching the west Seattle bridge of course we have our Sanders parades kicking off at noon at starting at Westlake center and it's traveling much of the way along fourth Avenue toward the Seattle center northbound ninety nine people have been avoiding the tunnel this morning but it is still busy often on starting at just prior to the First Avenue south bridge and then breaking free by the time you reach the west Seattle bridge this traffic report is sponsored by two little resort casino discover the unrivaled gaining power of one the only giving card you need find all the details to Lilith resort casino dot com our next call much traffic at eleven forty four and the forecast let's get it now as we check in with Seth Wayne going for mostly cloudy skies what whether early on and then we'll wrap it all up with somewhat of a partial clearing later this.

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"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

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"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Police officer last year here's Katie Katie these Amy waters calls board would consist of nine unpaid members nominated by the county council and county executives it would not include anyone currently employed by law enforcement the review board would only have oversight over Allegheny county law enforcement but other municipalities could issues job Dan Johnny council vote on this proposal next Tuesday the World Health Organization says more research is needed to know the effects of micro plastics in drinking water micro plastics are created when man made materials break down into tiny particles CBS is Pamela Falk as more the newly published report from the World Health Organization is the first major international study to examine the potential health risks caused by exposure to micro plastics in drinking water and it found that there are more micro plastics prison and bottled water than in tap water the study's findings suggest the negative effects through exposure through drinking water is limited the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has grim warning about the trajectory of some federal spending CBO says the federal debt is on an unsustainable course and lawmakers will have to increase taxes or cut spending or both to get the country on a sustainable footing the deficit is expected to balloon to more than one trillion dollars in the next fiscal year the body of a twenty four year old homeless man was pulled from a creek in Tarentum Wednesday afternoon the body was seen floating in bull creek under a railroad bridge rescue crews determined it was a man reported missing by a friend he has not been identified yet no sign of trauma police say no bell plays expected for a new parking garage can go up the old one must come down KDKA radio's Joe to steal reports that's what's happening in downtown Pittsburgh demolition and started on the old Pittsburgh parking authority garage a dying from pan the sixty two year old garage in the cultural district was close at the end of may in its place will go a new seven hundred space garage up from five hundred eighty six vehicles in the old building the Tribune review reports as part of a five year twenty six million dollar upgrade to three other garages Smithfield liberty for two came in sixth and Third Avenue garages Jody studio newsradio ten twenty KDKA in sports Washington role to eleven one win over the pirates last night Jim calling you'll have more at seven seventeen the news.

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"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Shooting in Spring Hill that left a man in critical condition KDKA TV is Megan Schiller has more name is Judas what age is thirty two years old police say that she shot a man multiple times yesterday morning along the Rhine streets detectives use the nearby Housing Authority and city of Pittsburgh cameras in order to locate her vehicle found her hiding allegedly in some random person's house she told officers that he had called her section and threatened to kill her and threw something at her why he's facing a number of charges including criminal attempted homicide and aggravated assault the body of a twenty four year old homeless man was pulled from a creek in Tarentum Wednesday afternoon the body was seen floating in bull creek under a railroad bridge rescue crews determined it was a man reported missing by a friend he has not been identified yet no sign of trouble fully say no foul play suspected the Allegheny county medical examiner's office will perform an autopsy the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has grim warning about the trajectory of federal spending CBO says the federal debt is on an unsustainable course and lawmakers will have to increase taxes or cut spending or both to get the country on a sustainable footing the deficit is expected to balloon to more than one trillion dollars in the next fiscal year Major League Baseball has said players a warning memo CBS is the fireman has details Major League Baseball is telling its players be careful if you're using over the counter sexual enhancers it could result in the suspension the league says the over the counter products may contain some prohibited performance enhancing drugs a member warns that the products present a real risk for players who undergo regular drug testing the league.

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"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"You can join me on Facebook it's me and you know on the KDKA Linda Tarentum welcome to KDKA radio hi Robert wanted to agree with you I do believe parents now all either work you know they have to work more more daycare and I think that they treat their kids out of guilt maybe that they don't spend as much time with them if they feel they should and kids end up not being raised right I just wonder gree with your I think your statement is right about that do you see as ever correcting that though you know I don't know I'm seventy years old you know I was fortunate back in when I raise my kids that I could stay home you know I guess we didn't have a big fancy house you know I think that has a lot to do with it you can find how much parents want a lot of single parents now two innings this is much rain when I raise my kids you know what it is I don't know if it'll ever go back let me ask you this I also remember the neighborhood playing a role in raising us too because we didn't have cellphones back when I was growing up and somehow my mom knew that I did something wrong before I even got home are you I agree with you you had neighborhoods in there was more mothers around yeah I agree I mean my kids always cold there was mean and even tell their kids now grandma was really mean when we were growing up you know you you're not their friend when they're growing up you know now they're my friends but they're older right now not when they're not when you need to correct them so I just wanna tell you I think you were right about that she thank you Linda hi yourself a great evening it when it comes to parenting the idea of being like now I don't know about any of you it die I don't care when especially when I was raising Rachel as a teenager the last thing I cared about was whether or not she like me I have been don't care seriously I knew what I was doing in the structure that I brought to her was about making her responsible making her accountable making her the most productive adult that she can be and now she's twenty six years old and I get compliments about her behavior all the time all the time now I'm not saying it's all because of what I did Rachel has what I would describe as a pretty pleasant disposition and personality and attitude toward everybody but at the same time it goes over even more because I drove that point home with her and how you are to be around other people and people who are in positions of responsibility and authority I think back to my own childhood and my mother used to tell me what the hell I I love you but there are times I don't like you and one of them's right now I don't like you right it was because the way I behaved but then again there were times I didn't like my mother either there were times I didn't like my dad there were times I didn't like the way my grandparents were handling things but at the same time I would like to think that at one point I grew up and stop thinking of things like a child and recognized what they were doing wasn't just to pacify themselves it was alternately about making me a better person and I think a lot of people that are have entered into adulthood and would then have their own children are still thinking like that teenager thought like when we reach your complain to me about teachers Rachel teachers just donate you for no reason I know I go to all the parent teacher conferences I know the people who were your teachers I engage with them all the time nobody does hate you for the sake aiding you you don't do what you're supposed to do you're going to get in trouble it's just that simple but you have to be kids who went through school thanking the teachers just hate them and they grew up in and they buy into that ridiculous this when their kids said to them it's absurd actually insert that's where we are and then this is all because of a poll that was done by fox news we're talking about this even fox news looking at the president approval numbers dropping three percent from July from forty six down to forty three percent and there was a poll question on the gun violence in America other factors for gun violence pointed to by poll respondents were split across party lines more Republicans believe bad parenting was partly to blame and I'm not saying all to blame but partly to blame chore and I will as it needed to be careful getting into this idea of things were better before things were better before there are things that are better now but I think they've come in an expense to what was better before in a more strict mindset and it's taking away they never even that allowing you to have this entitlement mindset to be fed I was never afraid for me do you want to go work you don't want to work you don't get simple as that that's it and the the basic necessities a roof over your head and got that any clothes on your back got that the food in your stomach got that you want special this in special ed and do this and do that you get to work for it no one work for do you don't want to do it that bad can help you was I happy when I heard that when I was a kid absolutely not I wanted things just handed to me who doesn't want things just handed to them but IT help instill a work ethic that I use to this day and so I use that same line on my own daughter we want to go to work for it the one we're gonna hard Ford I don't wanna work for I don't want to work to give it to you she always like me especially when she was growing up as a teenager absolutely not but the hope is that some point she'll grow up get married have her family and then look back and say you know what Dan was right as I look back on my parents and say they were right they were right eight six six three nine one at ten twenty eight six six three nine one at ten twenty one get your reaction you can call me you can text me the text lines brought to you by right automotive the best deal in Pittsburgh and you can join me on Facebook it's me and you know on KDKA looking at this issue of gun violence in America Democrats were more quick to say it was about white nationalism and anti immigrant sentiment they see those as factors and I think those are factors to they are factors.

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"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

10:24 min | 1 year ago

"tarentum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Number of years incorporate Dibley right to smart articulate people so I can appreciate the the end of the self deprecating humor but here's what the definition is of an assault weapons according to federal state federal and state law definitions and if it's defined by a federal law that bad pretty good that's what it is that's what they're going to use the budget drawing from federal and state law definitions the term assault weapons refers primarily to semi automatic rifles pistols shotguns that are able to accept detachable magazines that some jurisdictions also defined revolving cylinder shot guns as assault weapons that's what the definition is one is talking about guns earlier here's where I get it here's where I drift away on the the argument of they're trying to take our guns if they're trying to keep you from doing anything or take your guns they get moved use they can do that now and you can have all the guns you want the way I was brought up the house I'm I'm a conservative estimate there are probably between ten and fifteen the weapons in the house but I remember every one of those weapons there was a specific point to it when they're in there the big cabinet okay the twelve gauge was for big birds with bird shot it was for deer with buckshot the thirty ought six was poor dear the thirty thirty was for varmint big barman it's evil farming that the thirty thirty one that's what that was for the twenty two was well if you were shooting twenty two longs you were shooting squirrels if you were shooting small varmints used a twenty two in use crack shot cartridges I don't know if you know what those are like hanging a little shock and sort of think if you were shooting birds but not Big Bird you were probably use and the twenty gauge and if you were first starting your of your career being taught how to hunt you've got handed a four ten single shot brown protection in the drawer right next to the bed in the master bedroom in that house there was a pistol thank it was a thirty eight but I know there was a personal in there and I never I maybe it's the the hold you only need to have what you need but the thinking and the people that had stockpiles of weapons they existed back then to this isn't a new thing where somebody's got a shared with four thousand guns Anna back then those people were thought of as a whole okay they're just little goofy guns were not a macho testosterone thing guns were it's what you use to help feed your family and if your hunt squirrels you use a twenty two your hunt deer twenty two probably wouldn't do much of your heart and squirrels and you decided to use your twelve gauge with buckshot there was no squirrel left so each one of them date there was a purpose to each one of those there was no theory and fan justification of you need a gun that can shoot a hundred fifty bullets in a minute that didn't exist then and if it did exist then didn't nobody want to be around you eight six six three nine one ten twenty KDKA radio dot com Sean and Tarentum forty band man wait a minute where you been you know like still on the side of the green brothers so far so good one step obey any day above the dirt is a winning day throw from the Los colon is you had a good friend passed away a couple years back and a little too far or in some way you and I look at the towers no I I I I had one of my favorite yeah one of my favorite uncle's it was the same way and he did have dozens and dozens of weapons and they were to him object to art the technology and the artistry and craftsmanship he did that was his thing you're right and the man was pretty well see if they could afford to indulge it and I can remember him showing me the very very first rifle here rooms grandfather bottom it was a Sears pump action twenty two long rifle it has to be sixty years old seven years old right it was at the bottom and it went all the way up to where he went through the federal government paid for the stamp own fully automatic firearms this guy's collection was majorly Sirius and then and now to point out to get that legally that means there's a whole bunch of background check yeah you've got a walk on consoles basically yeah so what is doing was his paranoia how we always say a whirl finally caught up to us he said there's going to be a day when people are just going to go crazy or people are gonna say something's going to happen right right he ended up putting his entire firearm collection in a trust fund and he named his wife as a beneficiary and his children owners well okay what did you do that because because now nobody can touch from not worried was he not worried about his family not being able to defend themselves during the perceived ensuing Armageddon well known his family has her own yes Sir okay they had their own ability they didn't need his to defend them okay this was just a lifetime of love of firearms and he protected for you know I guess he thought the rest of the family to enjoy Sunday yeah or maybe you know the great grandkids you to the house and sell it all right on right on there was one weapon there he actually let me far once okay and this is one thing I've learned about a fully automatic weapon your first shot comes after that it doesn't because you're moving too much your spray in yeah so in order for you to actually say did I shot an automatic weapon I hit the target every time right you gotta have one massive tripod anchored down hard because you a whole nothing at all this is gonna work wants to I got a given credit for teaching me to us the wound I am glad you give him credit for teaching you that I think as big a lesson is recognizing what he saw you know what I mean that he know saw that is as much trouble as an as him seeing that doing that and then you're learning from his actions gun and listen a lot all right was was surely Jones as hot as I've been ran about all night for more okay all right now so it really for the sparkle in her eye no matter what did you see her in the movie grandma's boy never up to see the lord watch that movie things go do me any good now broke okay well you know what I text you I'll text you the background on it it's an Adam Sandler movie he's not in it but it's what is it does god happy get whatever his production company as Shirley Jones plays he she's a friend of the main characters grandmother one of one of the main characters grandmother's two best friends and Shirley Jones the character is a former Hollywood star who and they say it is nice is I can't was tramp and was really proud of it and was fine in moving forward with that legacy that's her character by the way I am so I'm sitting in the the lady bug picnic ever since you mentioned the source mystery solved that's the lady bug picnic is the actual name what I was doing what really went out what what's the lady bug picnics one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve okay what's the name of that thing I was doing that man Eminem and amendments it's the lady bug picnic that's the actual name manometer Manama yeah if nothing else I think tonight has been an incredibly mature and grown up Shoto hill a smile on your face for us all wars all right ginger or Mary Ann for Merion right on you know who the hottest of the hottest of the hottest was right and may be a little bit of it was by visual comparison but I don't think so do you remember Pat priest she was Maryland in the Munsters yeah that was that I was watching that show and I didn't know what puberty was but I know every time she came into the Munsters house sold my focus on al Lewis went away quickly buddy afraid to go under the stairs and that's exactly right she'd hang out was spot under the stairs in the end what more as an eight year old what more do you want a beautiful woman that's willing to hang out with a dragon that lives under the steps life's good channel talk to you take care yourself you too brother at a news radio I am to it's been like this all night AM ten twenty KDKA.

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"tarentum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"tarentum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS. And now windy has the forecast overnight hours. It'll be increasingly breezy with if you are a Raver, the city and suburbs close to the coast. Steadier rain on Long Island where winds will go up to thirty five miles per hour. Late loading forty two milder tomorrow with caused breaking for some sun. That'd be rather windy in the afternoon with gust around forty miles per hour. High today sixty three partly cloudy tomorrow night, low forty three of the cooler on Thursday with a mix of sun and clouds, high fifty eight cloudy, breezy and chilly on Friday with some rain at times with a high of forty seven right now still some light rain reported like Farmingdale where it's forty one degrees. It's eleven forty. This you lie. The fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing story. In Douglas Brickley tells the backstory of their mission in his new book American moonshot that and voice that on CBS this morning talking about that time. So put up hearing, Gary, and they put the first human in space on Kennedy's watch. But then Kennedy on may fifth nineteen sixty-one watched Alan shepherd. The astronaut mercury astronaut go up and down TV ratings bonanza. He noticed television was his medium and that every one of those curing watches during KENNY'S presidency. Whether it's Gus Grissom are John Glenn or Wally straw, Scott proper. Everybody would watch became months watch TV and Kennedy starts identifying. The astronauts is my space corps my elite group. Kennedy, astronauts and Brinkley says the term moonshot was actually..

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"tarentum" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"tarentum" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"According to the center for disease control, twenty four states have reported cases of chronic brain wasting animal disease. Yeah. It's exactly how it sounds the fatal neurological disorder is most commonly found in deer elk and moose Moses. mrS moose masses. Deplorable moose. I don't know some candidates probably know. The plural of beef beads Beavis with God damn stupid. No, no one's saying beads. I am yo we got beeps home. I'm about to. That's really funny. Got bees all over town. That's a fucking win scrabble when you're. It's going to be a big fight. That the disease is caused by a protein that folds abnormally in the animal's, brain creating holes and decay. Do they know where this disease, I know that they know what's like how it's killing them. But do they know where it's coming from like what is making this protein? I don't think that they've like source. It is easily passed between animals through drinking water, fecal matter and decaying bodies. So like all the way so all the ways in animals exists. Yeah. Cool. Cool cool. Okay. This disease has not been reported in humans yet. But the CDC warns to stay clear of tainted animals as neurological disorder has no treatment, no vaccine and is one hundred percent fatal. So CEO away from tainted animals like what the fuck it gets better. So brother nature's really in trouble. I don't think I mean, I don't know is brother nature, he's not being no. But he's around. I guess he probably isn't. Eating the deer. But he's around the animal. Oh, yeah. Yes. Dangerous. I didn't think about that chap shutout Cannella, right? Yeah. Quarantine canola. Corinthian canola. That's his favorite. Dear. So here's some hot tips from the zombie preventing hotshots over the CDC on how you can protect yourself from chronic brain-wasting disease. Again, this is not a joke. This new story and the CDC information are very real. So you're telling me this less time going to link this on our website, because I know some people are to be like this is bullshit, and it's very real number one don't touch roadkill, y'all. What is your lifestyle? If you're coming into regular close contact with roadkill. Yeah. Unless that's your job, right? Which point those people use protection stupid. They're not the people just like I'm gonna go fuck in. But if you're play catch with this skunk just fucking if you're Joe America. And you're just you're just playing with road kill you. Should I think you should expect at least one disease minimum like if you're fucking around with broke? I see cure. I'm like that's disease is a disease on the side of the road. Okay. What's their next hot tip? Number two is to test deer meet before you consume it. So. Yeah. That deer that you just killed. Yeah. We got to send that bitch to the live real quick doctors gotta make sure there's no brain eating disease in that fucking carcass. I really don't think that people who hunt for their meats are the kind of people who would trust the government to test their animals for consumer. That's that's a fair point. I don't I don't feel like they are really recognizing that market. The third tip is wear gloves. When your field dressing a deer. Are you telling me that people raw docking again your carcass? Again, I have some lifestyle questions about for anybody who doesn't know what field dressing dear as feel free to Google it and be horrified. It's essentially just skinning the animal it's cutting down to a manageable amount to then take the meat home to send it to the lab for testing. There's no way those people are going to. No fucking way. And finally, the CDC recommends that you process your meet individually, which they didn't really expand on that note. And I think that just is like more like sounds like masturbation propaganda to process your meat solo. No guys don't. No several jerkin. That's how you get up brain-wasting too. Some researchers believed that the animal meat is safe to consume doubting that the disease is able to jump from animals, humans pointing to a two thousand five survey when eighty tests subjects were unwittingly served tainted venison, and then and then the study's results showed that there were no change the brain activity or overall health of those exposed they only eat at one time. I ant there only one time..

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