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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Them to build up some crazy narrative of intrigue and murder. Or you can rely on common sense because people who fly often on small planes are more likely to die on small planes. There's no grand conspiracy here. No Illuminati plot cooked up in the basement of a little Caesars. Now that doesn't mean conspiracies never exist. They do Plots are hatched and people are killed all the time. And let me ask you. The claims were investigating the claims made by Jerry Paisley, a mobster a murderer, a bomber that he and Peggy Baggage played a role in the disappearance of Congressman Nick Baggage. Are they really so crazy? That they didn't warrant a legitimate investigation? I don't think so. Because when you boil it down when you remove the words mobster and congressmen and bomb what do you get? You get a claim made by a man that he played a role in the death of his second wife's first husband, and that she did, too. Typically, that's the type of claim investigators and reporters take very seriously. Typically But in this case they didn't the FBI never even interviewed Peggy not once, and the Alaska News media never reported the story. It's not hyperbolic than in my opinion to say that if I didn't ask hard questions, nobody would That's why I had to go back to Alaska. There's on Lee so much you can do from afar. I needed to be on the ground. So I was grateful to touch down on October 9th 2019 at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport,.

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Can use them to build up some crazy narrative of intrigue and murder. Or you can rely on common sense because people who fly often on small planes are more likely to die on small planes. There's no grand conspiracy here. No Illuminati plot cooked up in the basement of a little Caesars. Now that doesn't mean conspiracies never exist. They dio plots are hatched and people are killed all the time. And let me ask you. The claims were investigating the claims made by Jerry Paisley, a mobster a murderer, a bomber that he and Peggy Begich played a role in the disappearance of Congressman Nick Baggage. Are they really so crazy? That they didn't warrant a legitimate investigation? I don't think so. Because when you boil it down when you remove the words mobster and congressmen and bomb what do you get? You get a claim made by a man that he played a role in the death of his second wife's first husband, and that she did, too. Typically, that's the type of claim investigators and reporters take very seriously. Typically But in this case they didn't the FBI never even interviewed Peggy not once, and the Alaska News media never reported the story. It's not hyperbolic. Then, in my opinion, to say that if I didn't ask hard questions, nobody would That's why I had to go back to Alaska. There's on ly so much you can do from afar. I needed to be on the ground. So I was grateful to touch down on October 9th 2019 at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, the airport name for a man who died in a plane crash. For my heart media. This is missing in Alaska. The story of two congressmen who vanished in 1972 and my quest to figure out what happened to them. I'm your host John Wall, Zack. I want to talk for a minute about bodies..

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Them to build up some crazy narrative of intrigue and murder. Or you can rely on common sense because people who fly often on small planes are more likely to die on small planes. There's no grand conspiracy here. No Illuminati plot cooked up in the basement of a little Caesars. Now that doesn't mean conspiracies never exist. They do Plots are hat and people are killed all the time. And let me ask you. The claims were investigating the claims made by Jerry Paisley, a mobster, a murderer, a bomber that he and Peggy Baggage played a role in the disappearance of Congressman Nick Beg It. Are they really so crazy? That they didn't warrant a legitimate investigation? I don't think so. Because when you boil it down when you remove the words mobster and congressmen and bomb what do you get? You get a claim made by a man that he played a role in the death of his second wife's first husband, and that she did, too. Typically, that's the type of claim investigators and reporters take very seriously. Typically But in this case they didn't the FBI never even interviewed Peggy not once, and the Alaska News media never reported the story. It's not hyperbolic. Then, in my opinion, to say that if I didn't ask hard questions, nobody would That's why I had to go back to Alaska. There's on ly so much you can do from afar. I needed to be on the ground. So I was grateful to touch down on October 9th 2019 at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, the airport name for a man who died in a plane crash. For my heart media. This is missing in Alaska, the story of two congressmen who vanished in 1972. And my quest to figure out what happened to them. I'm your host John Wall, Zack. I want to talk for a minute about bodies. Specifically, the importance of recovering physical remains in the wake of tragedies. No matter how someone dies when you lose a loved one If you lack a body, you're denied some sense of finality. This is something. Hale Boggs daughter Cokie Roberts discussed multiple times before she died. How she knew her dad was dead. But without a body, she still imagine him just walking in the door one day. On October 8 2019 only 24 hours before I landed in Anchorage, A man named Brian Steven Smith was arrested at the airport for murder. But it wasn't a body that led to his arrest. It was a memory card. On the card and SD card, which someone found on a downtown street were photos and videos of a man strangling a woman to death and laughing while he did it. Four days later, While in Anchorage, I awoke to another violent video. This one streamed to the world from my city, New Orleans, where a hotel under construction partially collapsed into the street. Spewing up a dust cloud reminiscent of 9 11 and killing three men. Amazingly, as of this recording eight months later, the bodies of two of those men are still stuck in the wreckage. Both of these events, the SD card murder and the hotel collapse are tragic. Both killed people. But in one case, a body was recovered. The remains of Kathleen Joe Henry, the SD card victim were found on the side of a highway. In the other two families are still waiting to bury.

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"See what I'm doing? I'm dropping a load of conspiratorial bricks into your brain. If you want, you can use them to build up some crazy narrative of intrigue and murder. Or you can rely on common sense because people who fly often on small planes are more likely to die on small planes. There's no grand conspiracy here. No Illuminati plot cooked up in the basement of a little Caesars. Now. That doesn't mean conspiracies never exist. They dio plots are hat and people are killed all the time. And let me ask you. The claims were investigating the claims made by Jerry Paisley, a mobster a murderer, a bomber that he and Peggy Begich played a role in the disappearance of Congressman Nick Begich. Are they really so crazy? That they didn't warrant a legitimate investigation? I don't think so. Because when you boil it down when you remove the words mobster and congressmen and bomb what do you get? You get a claim made by a man that he played a role in the death of his second wife's first husband, and that she did, too. Typically, that's the type of claim investigators and reporters take very seriously. Typically But in this case they didn't the FBI never even interviewed Peggy not once, and the Alaska News media never reported the story. It's not hyperbolic. Then, in my opinion, to say that if I didn't ask hard questions, nobody would That's why I had to go back to Alaska. There's on ly so much you can do from afar. I needed to be on the ground. So I was grateful to touch down on October 9th 2019 at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, the airport name for a man who died in a plane crash. For my heart media. This is missing in Alaska, the story of two congressmen who vanished in 1972 and my quest to figure out what happened to them. I'm your host John Wall, Zack. I want to talk for a minute about bodies. Specifically, the importance of recovering physical remains in the wake of tragedies. No matter how someone dies when you lose a loved one If you lack a body, you're denied some sense of finality. This is something. Hale Boggs daughter Cokie Roberts discussed multiple times before she died. How she knew her dad was dead. But without a body, she still imagine him just walking in the door one day. On October 8 2019 only 24 hours before I landed in Anchorage, A man named Brian Steven Smith was arrested at the airport for murder. But it wasn't a body that led to his arrest. It was a memory card. On the card and SD card, which someone found on a downtown street were photos and videos of a man strangling a woman to death and laughing while he did it. Four days later, While in Anchorage, I awoke to another violent video. This one streamed to the world from my city, New Orleans, where a hotel under construction partially collapsed into the street. Spewing up a dust cloud reminiscent of 9 11 and killing three men. Amazingly, as of this recording eight months later, the bodies of two of those men are still stuck in the wreckage. Both of these events, the SD card murder and the hotel collapse are tragic. Both killed people. But in one case, a body was recovered. The remains of Kathleen Joe Henry, the SD card victim were found on the side of a highway. And the other two families are still waiting to bury their loved ones. Now, Obviously we all grieve differently. But most of us when we lose a loved one want to bury them or scatter their ashes. We want.

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Intrigue and murder. Or you can rely on common sense because people who fly often on small planes are more likely to die on small planes. There's no grand conspiracy here. No Illuminati plot cooked up in the basement of a little Caesars. Now that doesn't mean conspiracies never exist. They do Plots are hat and people are killed all the time. And let me ask you. The claims were investigating the claims made by Jerry Paisley, a mobster a murderer, a bomber that he and Peggy Baggage played a role in the disappearance of Congressman Nick Baggage. Are they really so crazy? That they didn't warrant a legitimate investigation? I don't think so. Because when you boil it down when you remove the words mobster and congressmen and bomb what do you get? You get a claim made by a man that he played a role in the death of his second wife's first husband, and that she did, too. Typically, that's the type of claim investigators and reporters take very seriously. Typically But in this case they didn't the FBI never even interviewed Peggy not once, and the Alaska News media never reported the story. It's not hyperbolic. Then, in my opinion, to say that if I didn't ask hard questions, nobody would That's why I had to go back to Alaska. There's on ly so much you can do from afar. I needed to be on the ground. So I was grateful to touch down on October 9th 2019 at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, the airport name for a man who.

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Up some crazy narrative of intrigue and murder. Or you can rely on common sense because people who fly often on small planes are more likely to die on small planes. There's no grand conspiracy here. No Illuminati plot cooked up in the basement of a little Caesars. Now that doesn't mean conspiracies never exist. They do plots are hatched and people are killed all the time. And let me ask you. The claims were investigating the claims made by Jerry Paisley, a mobster a murderer, a bomber that he and Peggy Baggage played a role in the disappearance of Congressman Nick Baggage. Are they really so crazy? That they didn't warrant a legitimate investigation? I don't think so. Because when you boil it down when you remove the words mobster and congressmen and bomb what do you get? You get a claim made by a man that he played a role in the death of his second wife's first husband, and that she did, too. Typically, that's the type of claim investigators and reporters take very seriously. Typically But in this case they didn't the FBI never even interviewed Peggy not once, and the Alaska News media never reported the story. It's not hyperbolic. Then, in my opinion, to say that if I didn't ask hard questions, nobody would That's why I had to go back to Alaska. There's on ly so much you can do from afar. I needed to be on the ground. So I was grateful to touch down on October 9th 2019 at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, the airport name for a man who died in.

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"And properties is posted to the agency's website and includes popular destinations for hiking and boating across the state people are asked to respect social distancing and leave if it looks crowded we are really relying on our visitors to follow our guidance act responsibly because we don't have the ability or really the safety measures to be able to go out and actually ask people to leave spokesperson Anna gill says if people don't follow the guidelines they could be forced to close the parks that's not how much county sheriff faces a recall over his criticism of the governor's state home order the recall petition accuses sheriff Adam forty of malfeasance for publicly questioning the constitutionality of the governor stay home order last month and refusing to enforce it at the time forty told Katie DH is Jason rants weeping openly questioned constitutional boundaries I think elected sheriff should be picking up that was met with criticism from various elected officials including his county prosecutor Adam Cornell it is not just in the interest of the law it is in the interest of our safety forty asked the county to defend him against the recall effort but Cornell's refusing saying the sheriff's comments put the public at risk and therefore do not warrant a taxpayer funded defense Cairo radios Hannah Scott says that a go fund me page started by the sheriff's supporters had already raised nearly ten thousand dollars to fight the recall by late Saturday night a bomb threat forced a cargo plane leaving Seattle to make an emergency landing at Alaska yesterday according to anchorage police a China airplane was heading to Taiwan yesterday morning when a bomb threat was called into the port of Seattle the plane was diverted to Ted Stevens anchorage International Airport where inbound flights were temporarily halted a search of the aircraft was conducted in a remote area of the airport and no explosives were found anchorage police say the investigation at the airport has been completed but the investigation into the source of the.

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Running mates he said there are a number of qualified women the presumptive democratic nominee pledge during the campaign his choice for running mate would be a woman a southwestern heat waves moving east this weekend and bringing record challenging heat to the central U. S. Phoenix had five straight days of one hundred degree heat this week which is the city's second longest streak of one hundred degree days in April the heat wave also created sweltering conditions for eighteen million southern California residents who were put under heat advisories on Friday record high temperatures were tallied in Albuquerque Amarillo and el Paso this weekend the heat wave will continue rolling eastward with unseasonably warm weather predicted in parts of Texas Oklahoma and southern Kansas John Kline NBC news radio a report of a bomb on a cargo plane headed toward Asia prompted it's the version to anchorage Saturday morning that briefly closed at Ted Stevens anchorage International Airport no explosives were found on the plane according to the FBI and the legend of secretariat continues to grow the nineteen seventy three Triple Crown winner waited until the final links to surge past the rest of the campus addition to win the twenty twenty virtual Kentucky Derby which featured every Triple Crown winner Matt Matt incident NBC news radio discover something new from true crime to curiosity history to science and technology now over two hundred fifty thousand podcasts available to you all free by downloading the I heart radio out number one for podcasts the earth is five billion years old there's only so much that can be covered in school let's join Holly and Tracy as they take on the greatest and strangest stories of the past and bring the stuff you missed in history class welcome to you you missed in history class on howstuffworks dot com hello and welcome to the podcast and I'm Tracy V. Wilson and today's episode was requested approximately one hundred years ago if you go by way of hyperbole they're not really one hundred years ago but it feels that way it was a very long time and I have had it on my list throughout that time but I am only just now getting to it for a variety of reasons we're talking today about Levi Strauss and.

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Core city the F. B. I. has responded to a bomb threat to China air cargo flight the plane was diverted to anchorage Alaska today after taking off from Seattle Washington incoming flights to the Ted Stevens anchorage International Airport were temporarily halted the plane was searched in a secure remote section of the airport the FBI and anchorage police are leading the investigation meanwhile despite stayed home orders due to the corona virus thousands of police officers are breaking up crowds in New York governor Andrew Cuomo speaking we're still getting about nine hundred new infections every day walking to the hospital that is still an unacceptably high rates where trying to understand exactly why that is and overseas people in Spain are filling the streets to exercise outside in spring weather for the first time in seven weeks while German children are rushing to playgrounds but Russia and Pakistan reported their biggest one day spikes in new infections a sign that the pandemic is far from over however China where the pandemic began in December reported just one new infection today meanwhile democratic senator Ben Cardin is calling for more protective gear and medical supplies for first responders the cashier though per government is to have a greater capacity on testing we need to make sure that our workplaces safe we need to be able to trace those who have the virus so testing is a very important component and we're not where we need to be but some local leaders feel confident about re opening if it's done safely Colorado senator Cory Gardner speaking I'm working each every day with the governor and my personal colleagues to make sure that you do it right and Colorado your account is it but it will open up even more so than the rest of the state based on how well they have done in dealing with this response coming up next an update from the White House plus how the airlines are handling the corona virus America is listening to fox news tiger king was a pop culture phenomenon but there's more to this story now.

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"B. I. has responded to a bomb threat to China air cargo flight the plane was diverted to anchorage Alaska today after taking off from Seattle Washington incoming flights to the Ted Stevens anchorage International Airport were temporarily halted the plane was searched in a secure remote section of the airport the FBI and anchorage police are leading the investigation meanwhile despite stayed home orders due to the corona virus thousands of police officers are breaking up crowds in New York governor Andrew Cuomo speaking we're still getting about nine hundred new infections every day walking to the hospital that is still an unacceptably high rates where trying to understand exactly why that is and overseas people in Spain are filling the streets to exercise outside in spring weather for the first time in seven weeks while German children are rushing to playgrounds but Russia and Pakistan reported their biggest one day spikes in new infections a sign that the pandemic is far from over however China where the pandemic began in December reported just one new infection today meanwhile democratic senator Ben Cardin is calling for more protective gear and medical supplies for first responders the key here though for government is to have a greater capacity on testing we need to make sure that our workplaces safe we need to be able to trace those who have the virus so testing is a very important component and we're not where we need to be but some local leaders feel confident about re opening if it's done safely Colorado senator Cory Gardner speaking I'm working each and every day with the governor and my personal colleagues to make sure that you do it right and Colorado counties it but it will open up even more so than the rest of the state based on how well they have done in dealing with this response coming up next an update from the White House plus how the airlines are handling the corona virus America is listening.

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Course study the F. B. I. has responded to a bomb threat to China air cargo flight the plane was diverted to anchorage Alaska today after taking off from Seattle Washington incoming flights to the Ted Stevens anchorage International Airport were temporarily halted the plane was searched in a secure remote section of the airport the F. B. I. and anchorage police are leading the investigation meanwhile despite stayed home orders due to the corona virus thousands of police officers are breaking up crowds in New York governor Andrew Cuomo speaking we're still getting about nine hundred new infections every day walking to the hospital that is still an unacceptably high rate where trying to understand exactly why that is and overseas people in Spain are filling the streets to exercise outside in spring weather for the first time in seven weeks while German children are rushing to playgrounds but Russia and Pakistan reported their biggest one day spikes in new infections a sign that the pandemic is far from over however China where the pandemic began in December reported just one new infection today meanwhile democratic senator Ben Cardin is calling for more protective gear and medical supplies for first responders you can hear though for government is to have a greater capacity on testing we need to make sure that our workplaces say we need to be able to trace those who have the virus so testing is a very important component and we're not where we need to be but some local leaders feel confident about re opening if it's done safely Colorado senator Cory Gardner speaking I'm working each and every day with the governor and my personal colleagues to make sure that you do it right in Colorado there are counties in but it will open up even more so than the rest of the state based on how well they have done in dealing with this response coming up next an update from the White House plus how the airlines are.

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A. L. I. big things the genesis communications network from initial happen it was a Daniel for work on the dials a big thanks to all for tuning and we really do appreciate it don't forget to follow us on Twitter doctor Dahlia in on Facebook the doctor daily show so will play in out two hundred citizens who had to be US citizens want to be evacuated from Wuhan China because of the epicenter of the coronavirus landed on the U. in the US yesterday last night three feel in Alaska before took off to California wait is in route to California's March air reserve base for the logistics that they have because they had to take bring Americans out of line China and then now test them and observe them for crime fighters the Boeing seven forty seven and red and gold stripes no passenger windows it was initially added to Ontario in a mess of California and national park California but landed Alaska at Ted Stevens anchorage International Airport on Tuesday was re fuel then took off for California every passenger however has passed the screen so the whole plane erupted in cheers when the crew said welcome home United States individuals on board the flight were screen before take off monitored during the flight by medical personnel screen again when the plane landed in anchorage is it the passengers will be monitored on the last like a flight by medical personnel on board a value waited upon arrival the March air reserve base in riverside and then monitor for symptoms post arrival Kurt had when the chairman of San Bernadino county what a supervisor's Roger airport is located and the commissioner of the airports television media but the CDC had informed him of its decision to divert the flight to the air base until international's one of the rent a sorry repatriation airports for the west coast we're always prepared to receive our citizens abroad in times of emergency so many people have been asking always again we are trying to get up evacuate people from Holland where they going where are they coming back call what we doing so looks like they do out of a system in place so some people have been concerned that the flight would land and Ontario they want to make sure the cover was protecting him from what we understand nobody on board has for virus they said the department of state as the lead for the safe expedient ordered departure of US citizens but if I can help you with services to see our collaborative department state I'm a logistics of public health which is a very troubled flight HHS as soon as you're working with partners to ensure that any travel whose develop symptoms during the journey receive appropriate medical care so you know as we get take Americans and get them out you know we have to make sure they don't bring something back to the state you know we want to protect our citizens what this outbreak that's going on but we also don't want to you know affect our other citizens so I love how you know Erica has got to have your back on all sides which is very very cool but what makes them this a little tricky is it could be up to two weeks so somebody might not be sick or feel bad or whatever and still have the virus so my guess is everybody is going to get the testing and make sure they don't have now they have to be very very careful announcer that's everybody because you have a lot of people go look I'm of symptoms but I drove somebody in my uber who was from China's to test me and I don't think we're ready to do that I think all ready to do is to do testing on people who show signs and symptoms of coronavirus fever chills cough body aches headache like flu like symptoms China as you know was kind of access to one and sixteen other cities and by province to prevent people from leaving the spread of the virus further if this does affect you very severely you could have shortness of breath get an ammonia possibly die so I think there is been over a hundred sixty deaths now and over six thousand people affected by this now hundred thirty two people have died thus far number rising now remember keep in mind it's not bad again we aren't sure if it's you know more people are dying tomorrow of this and if they go back and see who was sick and they're able to test you know the bodies are the corpses or whatever you know I'm not exactly sure what they're doing if they're looking for going rector's veto bought back some because by the time they figured out we had an outbreak there might have already been cases out there just what the VPN Ellis in a year all these cases of the volley and you're like well we know why all of a sudden because now they're testing but then you also wonder if maybe they looked back as a way to sort of the spurs invade this person have this issue on this to you know when you go back to go also looks like you must read this too so you kind of go back over the past sometimes we're not allowed to do than test in in studies sometimes we are depending on the way you conduct your study so I can't tell you these are a hundred thirty two people moving forward from a couple weeks ago all you know remember the first case was was I guess identify December thirty first but that doesn't mean that it wasn't around before December now you are going to have stupid happen on the internet USC was forced to respond to one a Roni as social media fueled claim that a student was diagnosed with growth of the novel the new crown virus other universe this rumor began late Monday night in a reply to a post on the university's Twitter account because the outlaws insistently there are more quickly to called a social media the duggars of tweets and even a petition to cancel class amid the outbreak as of this writing nearly eleven thousand people had signed a petition to cancel class he was seen your fears like there's no what would you talking about it out a fairly an unnamed student living at the off campus the rental apartments was transported by ambulance to a local hospital they say we want to provide information about reports of Justin was transported by ambulance rock campus housing with novel coronavirus because of student teacher privacy laws were unable to talk about a specific individual somewhere we can confirm that there are no students are residents from the off campus apartments diagnosed are under evaluation for that students can be transported by ambulance for variety of health conditions so you can just been full so you you have a lot of panic and people are concerned but you know the problem is in and and here's the thing you know because some people that's why I have a bit more scared about this or warning more people or a bit more you know emotional about it and and the reason why is number one hello he has been killing more Americans of this so I'm giving you the same advice from all right what's coronaviruses I'm giving you with what you know what trans don't let people sit for time in a row don't share drinks avoid people are sick because I don't want to get the floor but number two if we let's say over panic about this and then let's say we're fortunate enough by god's grace is not have a deadly outbreak here we almost run into the boy who cried wolf scenario where the next time a virus comes people and like I remember with the corona virus please you know we were fine everybody said the buying masks and to you know cancel classes no no no we're not doing that this time around very interesting the boy who cried wolf we see this a lot years ago there was years ago we had a snow day and I and I live in Las Vegas Nevada and it's an old and there was snow on the ground when we woke up in the morning it was beautiful so for anybody from back east from other parts of the country you're like the snow on the ground cares so the good school well the school district cheers go over decadal decide to call the survey so the kids rap you've got to miss school as parents are kind of scratching our heads gone what so I took my kids with me to work so grandma calls the without gramma I'm at work right now because my cynical here talk to the kids are busy of all the guy why the kids you know because it was like you know eight thirty nine AM what are the kids not in school and.

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Plane carrying US evacuees from China amid coronavirus outbreak arrives in Anchorage

Ron St. Pierre

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Plane carrying US evacuees from China amid coronavirus outbreak arrives in Anchorage

"An airplane carrying roughly two hundred and forty Americans from the center of the corona virus outbreak in China is that Ted Stevens anchorage International Airport the plane is carrying diplomats and other US citizens from the American consulate in Wuhan all passengers are being screened for the potentially deadly coronavirus before flying on to March air reserve base in riverside county

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Burkle and Kendall many like Robert Lee who is in the Miami tower at the time didn't waste any time evacuating there's like you know maybe fifty plus people on the floor and you know there was no there wasn't any and I think it was more people were just not sure what was going on no injuries are reported here at home three women are dead after shooting in southwest Miami Dade the bodies were found in a home in Rutland on southwest one eighty seven th Avenue police are searching for a man and his newborn son who live in that home but say the man is not a suspect no arrests have been announced and no word on a possible motive so I go to Miami International Airport now has a quarantine station in case the corona virus makes its way to South Florida the centers for disease control and prevention is deployed specialist armed with their monitors and testing kits to a total of twenty reports including South Florida is not only do we have a large amount of international travelers everyday but we're also seeing an influx of tourists because of Sunday's Superbowl meanwhile an airplane carrying roughly two hundred forty Americans from the center of the corona virus outbreak in China is at Ted Stevens anchorage International Airport the plane is caring diplomats and other American citizens from the consulate in Wuhan all passengers are being screened the for the potentially deadly coronavirus before flying on to March air reserve base in riverside county California either three now the San Francisco forty Niners are in search of their sixth Super Bowl title Sunday the Niners are making their seventh appearance all time in the big game in the first since losing to the ravens insuperable forty seven they met with the media again this time at the Hyatt regency Miami with head coach Kyle Shanahan explaining what surprised him most about his team this season I think just a resilient.

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Can only account for nine of the rod rocked reporting of us was one of his mother ever was good for gardens Alaskan July averaged fifty eight point one degrees nearly a degree higher than the previous warmest month of July two thousand four anchorage the state's largest city on July fourth for the first time it ninety degrees at Ted Stevens anchorage International Airport five degrees higher than the city's previous record of five eighty five airing see fish swim and above normal temperatures so did the children in the coastal town of nome and thousands of walruses thronged to the shore more these stories a townhall dot com I Patrick cross did you miss what happened on the Joe Piscopo show live stream catch up on our you too dot com slash A. M. nine seventy the answer about to embark on an audio adventure in which nothing is off limits politics movies organized crime and the social issues that really Q. it's all on please welcome the man who all the talk show host one of the and all the politicians come to see live five AM nine seventy the answer Frank Marada hello everybody five minutes after six o'clock so the war in Afghanistan has been raging for eighteen years this is the longest war in American history where has gotten us well the Taliban controls just as much territory now.

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A bag of human ashes at the airport. So if you're missing your cremated human remains of a loved one, they still got them. They're holding onto him for you in the lost and found they say there are no identifying marks on the ashes no name. They believe the traveler left the TSA screening point with a earn a box or a bag without realizing that the ashes were still at the screening point. So the theory is that someone went through and took grandma or grandpa or whomever out of the container which you have to do because they have to be able to to see what's in it and just took the box or the earn and left the bag of ashes not forgetting it and took it with them. And maybe haven't opened it since then put it on the manslaughter wherever and forgot about it. So they would like you if you've gone through the airport with someone's cremated remains to please check your box to see if you've left them at the TSA screening check. Point. There are we rolling out that this wasn't intentional like well who knows like maybe the person who died like thought for one last time they control the TSA agents. And and they asked that their loved ones remember them by like, you know, some people want their ashes sprinkled over the ocean, or like, you know, snuck into the baseball field that they love and then and spread out all over the you know, the outfield. Maybe this person was just like would you just leave it at TSA and let them deal with it? Because because I was a traveller for years, and they felt me up on a weekly basis. And I I feel the least I could do is to spend the rest of eternity with them in that terminal in the lost and found box because you know, when I die. That's where I want to be stuck. That's where I want my spirit to be stuck in the TSA. I'd like he like he lived stuck into USA. Someone someone feeling his bag of that. Oh god. The ashes are reportedly contained within ziplock bag, and they were initially placed with tears as lost and found they remained there for more than six months. And then police started to reach out to local crematoriums and funeral homes to see hey, did anybody have anyone cremated who was from out of town in this timeframe, they got nothing. So they've taken to social media now to try to share. This sergeant Dan warez of the airport per police on social media and an on television and radio in in Alaska's thing share it as much as possible. Even if you think you're sure that you haven't earned and there's ashes in it and you've traveled through the airport. Just check. And I have the phone number of anybody would want it. If you want to contact sergeant warez Representative for the Ted Stevens Anchorage international airport confirmed that as of Thursday yesterday, still no leads or maybe maybe the TSA Asia that was patting this person down that was the person they were the most intimate with maybe like, you know, what they deserve my ashes, I've never been more intimate than than with the TSA agent. It's the most action I gotten a lot. So. Yeah. So so give them a call five.

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"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"ted stevens anchorage international airport" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Exact today. Do you still love WikiLeaks? Mr president. I know nothing about WikiLeaks. It's not my thing. And I know there is something having to do with Julian Assange I've been saying what happened with I saw. And that will be a determination. I would imagine mostly by the attorney general doing an excellent job. So he'll be making a contamination. I know nothing really about my it's not my deal in life. Not anymore. Let's just came out Wiki leaks. My deal not my deal. Who may and what's your take their Scott? Well, I find it interesting in that the president has certainly pivoted on that. Is hasn't? Yes. Yes. That's a bad. Look for him. Yes. No. I don't eat. No, not at all. It was advantage is the have been the election. And now, I don't not my thing. I do crap. Next. No surprise there to me. No, really, not at all. Okay. We got a story out of Alaska. You do. We do out of Anchorage. What's the deal while the Anchorage airport event through the Ted Stevens? Anchorage international airport. I have. Yeah. I have I have to lovelier port this happened last August, and we're just now finding out about this. Cremated remains. We're left in a ziplock bag at the security checkpoint. And somebody saw them and pick them up and put them in storage. Well, I guess they're doing the inventory going through stores like, hey, wait a minute. These are ashes from some dead person. So now they're trying to track down who's ashes? It is gosh, they were lost and found them for six months, by the way. Is there a TSA regulation that you have to put CRA Maine's in a ziplock bag along with your hands? So. Honestly, I do not know they're saying this is the first time we've had to deal with this police department put out a call on Facebook. It can help us out here. Anybody missing a loved one. We may have them here at the checkpoint. And then if you're the person that comes forward and says it was whoever. Yeah. It was you know, aunt bee was right. Whoever you look like a terrible person. Well, maybe you didn't check the earn. You just assume. Yeah. Probably happened here. They're the guy had to go to Anchorage with his wife because his father in law had passed away. And then he realized when he got home he had left the ashes at the airport, and then he just covered it up. So this guy's never going to come forward because his wife would kill him. He like birds some newspapers in his back your ice put them in. Exactly. I don't know. But okay. You don't think then are they really ashes of a person. Yeah. They are ashes person. Yeah. Okay. Then if he would have at least recognize he forgot wouldn't you go to the airport. Check. Hey on the downloaded you find any human remains, the flew home, and he's not gonna fly back back Anchorage. And now there's another theory floating around that perhaps this person's started out as a living passenger in the back of the TSA line. Died in cremated before they got there. That's just a theory. Oh boy. Okay. Anchorage Alaska, ladies and gentleman. Guess you also had to I knew I thought you did. This is right up. David's alley. Scientists put human gene into monkeys to make them smarter and more human like what why why what's the purpose of that Chinese are doing it? Yeah. Making use of what they call their gene editing techniques to make monkey brains more human like why why do we need? This is why we need a space force. They get smarter. They have superior memories compared to unaltered monkeys. Unaltered monkeys for the record great band name. The unaltered monkeys attribute to I don't wanna get too. Crazy. You don't what they could do if they get better. And better at that was that you got monkey troops everywhere. I mean, it's rise of the planet of the apes may exactly white what good comes out of making super intelligent monkeys. What's the purpose of this? Well, if your China your military is incredible. It's true. And you don't have to sacrifice people. Right. But then the China cares about its paper. Then then the apes realize that they're getting they're getting a raw deal, and they rise up against the Chinese. Now, we got rogue and very well trained Chinese monkey soldiers. But that would that would be a few generations away. Because right now, you got them not as smart as human well trained monkey. Yeah. Who are also row. Right. Exactly. But it's once they get smarter than the humans. Remember Caesar.

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