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Alcohol and Cannabis Use among College Students

WBZ Morning News

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Alcohol and Cannabis Use among College Students

"Booze might surprise you. If you were college age Americans are consuming alcohol compared to 20 years ago, researchers at the University of Michigan and Texas State University say While those young adults are drinking less marijuana in that age group is up. So is the co use of marijuana and alcohol that is

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"texas state university" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"texas state university" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Euler is on that one. Amazon just reported its best quarter ever. Malls, on the other hand, are in a bad way, partly because of Amazon. Sonya Lapinsky is a retail analyst at AlixPartners. Traffic in malls have been declining for quite some time Specialty of Carol, which dominates a lot of them. All space has been declining and then covet it, she says. The number of retailers that are looking to expand our few and far between so Simon has had to look elsewhere to fill its vacant small space. But for those other mall tenants sharing space with Amazon might feel like an insult and won't bring in the foot traffic that they rely on. Enrique. But Sarah teaches marketing in Texas State University. He says the level of agitation will also depend on how much space Amazon would soak up. It is one of the anchors on you have let's say for anchors on only one of them becomes distribution center in May not be that big of a deal, but if you have more than one enemy constitute, he says, Simon would be choosing the security of a steady tenant over getting customers to its malls. In any tenant is better than a yawning empty space. For Amazon, filling that mall spaces about shortening the distance between where customers live, and it's warehouses. But Neil Saunders, a global data, retail says, even if a deal gets done, the change wouldn't be overnight. It isn't just a simple as giving Amazon the space and then then moving in. There's a lot that needs to be done to convert this from retail to more of a fulfillment operation, and that isn't easy. And it isn't cheap, either. Simon didn't reply to a request for an interview. Amazon wouldn't comment. I made Euler for marketplace. Here's your commercial aviation data point for.

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"texas state university" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:20 min | 9 months ago

"texas state university" Discussed on AP News

"Workplace safety experts said last month Fortin says some companies are doing more than others said it's difficult to insure people working so closely together won't spread the virus in some communities it's very likely that we will see more of these outbreaks unless the industry really steps up and does not only what's right for workers but for their community and Montfort who's a lecturer in public health at Texas state university adds some workers feel the need to go to work even if they're not feeling well if you're in a household where you know the other bread winners and the householder not working your paycheck means even more work actually after

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Stopping virus a huge challenge at crowded US meat plants

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Stopping virus a huge challenge at crowded US meat plants

"Workplace safety experts said last month Fortin says some companies are doing more than others said it's difficult to insure people working so closely together won't spread the virus in some communities it's very likely that we will see more of these outbreaks unless the industry really steps up and does not only what's right for workers but for their community and Montfort who's a lecturer in public health at Texas state university adds some workers feel the need to go to work even if they're not feeling well if you're in a household where you know the other bread winners and the householder not working your paycheck means even more work actually after

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"texas state university" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:23 min | 9 months ago

"texas state university" Discussed on AP News

"Daily reports of giant meat processing plants closing because workers test positive for the corona virus have called into question whether slaughter houses can remain virus free workplace safety experts at last month's Fortin says some companies are doing more than others said it's difficult to insure people working so closely together won't spread the virus in some communities it's very likely that we will see more of these outbreaks unless the industry really steps up and does not only what's right for workers but for their community and Montfort who's a lecturer in public health at Texas state university adds some workers feel the need to go to work even if they're not feeling well if you're in a household where you know the other bread winners and the householder not working your paycheck means even more work actually after

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"texas state university" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:23 min | 9 months ago

"texas state university" Discussed on AP News

"Daily reports of giant meat processing plants closing because workers test positive for the corona virus have called into question whether slaughter houses can remain virus free workplace safety experts at last month's Fortin says some companies are doing more than others said it's difficult to insure people working so closely together won't spread the virus in some communities it's very likely that we will see more of these outbreaks unless the industry really steps up and does not only what's right for workers but for their community and Montfort who's a lecturer in public health at Texas state university adds some workers feel the need to go to work even if they're not feeling well if you're in a household where you know the other bread winners and the householder not working your paycheck means even more work actually after

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Stopping virus a huge challenge at crowded US meat plants

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

Stopping virus a huge challenge at crowded US meat plants

"Daily reports of giant meat processing plants closing because workers test positive for the corona virus have called into question whether slaughter houses can remain virus free workplace safety experts at last month's Fortin says some companies are doing more than others said it's difficult to insure people working so closely together won't spread the virus in some communities it's very likely that we will see more of these outbreaks unless the industry really steps up and does not only what's right for workers but for their community and Montfort who's a lecturer in public health at Texas state university adds some workers feel the need to go to work even if they're not feeling well if you're in a household where you know the other bread winners and the householder not working your paycheck means even more work actually after

Montfort Lecturer Texas State University Fortin
Stopping virus a huge challenge at crowded US meat plants

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

Stopping virus a huge challenge at crowded US meat plants

"Daily reports of giant meat processing plants closing because workers test positive for the corona virus have called into question whether slaughter houses can remain virus free workplace safety experts at last month's Fortin says some companies are doing more than others said it's difficult to insure people working so closely together won't spread the virus in some communities it's very likely that we will see more of these outbreaks unless the industry really steps up and does not only what's right for workers but for their community and Montfort who's a lecturer in public health at Texas state university adds some workers feel the need to go to work even if they're not feeling well if you're in a household where you know the other bread winners and the householder not working your paycheck means even more work actually after

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Student Suing Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity At Texas State After Attack Caught On Camera

Austin's Morning News

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Student Suing Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity At Texas State After Attack Caught On Camera

"Texas state this is kind of interesting there's a Texas state student who is gonna sue a fraternity of Phi Kappa Phi for an attack the cost of brain injury this is kind of sad because unfortunately down on this campus this kind of stuff has been going on for the past few years the reason I know that is because my daughter was a senator down there it's kind of been facing this stuff on and off the story basically goes in a lawsuit claims that a student was tackled and beaten unconscious in an incident that was actually caught on camera you know there are cameras everywhere we do we live in a world surveillance now yeah I mean you can pretty much are I assume that everything I do on the internet somebody can tap in some way and wherever I'm walking whatever I'm doing somebody's watching there's a record of it somewhere yeah right I'm where yeah and yet they're still knuckle heads out there who think they're gonna get away with stuff well it's college it's a different mentality in golf trying to think of it they're in college they got to have some breaking yeah well it think about all the things back we're inside that's a good thing cameras were not around right goodness all right so anyway the he was just walking down the street and this would turn the this group of guys jumped because of his ethnicity well that should be an easy case to prove that I would think yeah unfortunately guy lives right next to the fraternity so he he has to deal with them all the time but it's a very sad story the lawsuit filed on behalf of the Texas state university student alleges members of the Texas state Phi Kappa Phi fraternity assaulted the student back in October leaving him with a fractured skull and dramatic brain injury the suit filed Thursday in Travis county District Court against the fraternities I kept the five national chapter that at least three individuals of the fraternity caught on camera doing this while and it's not like there's some kind of hazing this was just a flat Salter dog because

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Can Automated Lights Really Stop Burglars?

BrainStuff

05:49 min | 1 year ago

Can Automated Lights Really Stop Burglars?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels the rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and Redeemer Miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your Wallet Credit Approval Required Capital One bank. USA NA welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey rain stuff lauren Vauban here when you picture a burglar who do you see the black clad clipper guy with the tiny mask and a bulging bag of loot or maybe the pair from the home alone movies casing a wealthy suburban neighborhood to know exactly when families are gone for Christmas vacation. The reality of burglary and burglars is very different than most of us. I think for starters according to FBI statistics the majority of residential burglaries happen during the day not at night under the cover of darkness and according to interviews interviews with convicted burglars. Only third of all break INS are planned ahead of time rather than being professional thieves. The typical profile of a burglar is a seventeen eighteen year old kid who's looking to quickly grab something valuable and Skram. Oh we spoke with Marcus Felson a professor of criminal justice at Texas State University and a pioneering pioneering expert in the nature of criminal activities. He said burglaries are fast typically over within five minutes and often within one minute a lot of the time the door or isn't even locked if they come in and rummage they rummage quickly and get out of there by better understanding when why and how residential burglaries happen urban homeowners can come up with the most effective strategies for deterring them which brings us to the question of the day do house or porch lights do anything to stop burglars. ARSE Felsen says that lights have their place in a home security strategy but the lights alone won't prevent someone from breaking into Your House for example motion motion activated exterior lights in the front and rear of your house aren't effective way to spook a burglar but only if the light is positioned correctly to eliminate the intruders face so that a neighbor abor or camera might be able to see them clearly. If it's pointed towards the neighbor's house the burglar might realize that all a neighbor would be able to see a blinding light and not the burglar what about time interior lights home automation systems have made it easier than ever to schedule and control your interior lights while you're away they let you use is your smartphone to program your living room kitchen and bedroom lights to mimic what it would look like if you're home again while automated lighting might give the impression that someone is home especially in the evening when lights can be seen from the street thieves not look out for other much clear signs that you're gone during the day according to interviews with convicted burglars in Australia and the United Kingdom opportunistic thieves look for uncollected mail newspapers and packages left on the porch an empty driveways and garages an Oregon TV News News team that surveyed convicted burglars found that all of their respondents would knock on the front door before breaking in so those tricky interior lights might not help and if you think you're being smart by leaving TV or radio on in the house while you're away on vacation think again burglars in the Australian Survey said that a TV blasting away in the middle of the night is a sure sign that no one's home which gets to felsen biggest piece of advice for securing your home get to know your neighbors I in that Australian study just twenty two point eight percent burglars deterred by Sensor Lights and nineteen point three percent by lights inside the house but a burglar can. I'm be stopped if a neighbor picks up the phone and calls the police of course this means your neighbors need to know you and your family well enough to identify true stranger trying to enter your house felsen recommends introducing yourself to the neighbors on all sides of your house particularly the ones that live behind you since burglars will most likely enter from a back door or window and to make it easier for your neighbors to see your house. You might trim back your hedges from doors and windows. They can't report what they can't see recognizing that. Most burglaries happen between ten. Am and two PM when a lot of people are away at work your best neighborhood allies against a burglary. Our folks were home. Most of the day people who are retired heard work from home or work later shifts those same neighbors can pick up your mail and packages while you're gone on vacation or even park their car in your driveway decoy again exterior and interior lights can work as a part of an integrated home security strategy that should also include strong locks on all doors and windows and not leaving valuables labels in plain view. This episode was written by Dave Rou and produced by Tyler Clang Brain. Greenstone is a production of iheartradio stuff works for more on this month of other topics visit our home planet how stuff works dot. com and for more podcasts from IHEART radio. This is radio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows in the Montgomery County Maryland courthouse there are thousands of pages of documents detailing the horrific murders of three innocent people soon as I heard the details. I knew my dad was involved right away. 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There’s an EpiPen shortage — and parents fear for their allergic kids

Jeff Ward and Ed Clements

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

There’s an EpiPen shortage — and parents fear for their allergic kids

"With the kids going back to school some parents. Are scrambling to find the epi pen it's an auto injector device, used to, immediately, stop severe allergic. Reactions. Texas ear nose, and throat specialist Dr Raji pundit says, despite ongoing shortages of the actual epipens. There's no need for parents to panic Have a product called Adrina. Click that is available we have a product called AVI q. they don't work exactly like the epi pen so it's very important that if you get one of these other products that, you take, the time to understand how to use them Dr pundits says those alternative injectors. Should be easier, to find

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"texas state university" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"texas state university" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You might get some take you put lettuce I don't think. So I do not think so you have people in your. Office that constantly suck up. To the boss seen it we've seen, it not the boss is staying right there Do you think it'll, get you further do you think it'll get, you further by sucking. Up to your boss now. Because they know what you're doing exactly I I I think that if you're good. At it maybe if if you're not obvious about it But Oregon state university did a study and? Said that when people kiss up? To. Their, bosses, it actually drains their energy and so they're, worse at their job bosses grin like says None of us suck up. To a metre sir Speak for, ourselves Doc David You think about that you think about the, people especially if they're fake at, it the ones that aren't any, good don't know how to hide. It worst, seriously everybody knows what you're. Doing You're not fooling anybody but it actually turns out that you. Are worst of your worse at your job. Because all your energy is sucking up to your boss you not caring about your work and you're sucking up your bosses energy in the process it really doesn't want, to have this conversation I know it's really bad are you can tell. In your office to if it's getting really bad, as if you walked by shuts, his door right in front of, you know that he's on you. Or just, starts talking on his phone Picks Hold. On hold on Shut the door. On your way out 'cause I gotta take, this call is important so don't you're not fooling anybody. Bus suckers He's just up, all right. We're gonna we're all making fun of you behind your back anyway all right coming up. At eight ten news director, Jim foresight our second commentary common conversation of the morning with him all about, to San Marcus fire that was a sad deal but. Three of the five. Victims have been identified as. Texas State university student which you would.

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"texas state university" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"texas state university" Discussed on KTRH

"Chance for stray shower, or, storm high's mid to, upper nineties army does Todd, Bork Weather Channel eighty six on. The island ninety, four in sugar land, ninety six in the Woodland's ninety five degrees. At the, KTAR. Each top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center it's seven oh one there was a massive apartment fire in San Marcus the. Home, of Texas State university five people are still unaccounted for three unidentified bodies were found in. The rubble to, more people have still not, been found firefighters said a total of two hundred people have been affected by the fire and one hundred ten units were damaged Texas State university stay said. That they, are working to help students affected by the. Fire in Houston still no. Motive still no, suspect a beloved cardiologists was shot and killed on Friday is he was, bicycling to. Work at the, Texas medical center, his colleague of thirty years Dr Neil Kleinman is, totally confused and bereaved who could have done this how could this have happened completely Unnerving and very much, baffling the shooter said to be thirtyish five, feet ten and a slender billed in. Either white or Hispanic police. Have a sketch of the suspect and we've posted it for you on KTAR. H. dot com the mother of. Is accused. Of setting. Aside purse house fire that forced her four kids, and their father out of the. House investigators say Lisa Mirka set notebooks on fire while the family was sleeping one of the sons told our TV partner channel, to that she's been threatening them she's been coming around making threats multiple times saying she kill us burn house, down and we have no clue why Mirka is charged with arson and is held in the Harris, County jail it's seven three one of Houston's. Energy giants is cashing in on the oil boom slumber j. reported four hundred thirty million dollars in. Net profit during the second quarter. Compared with a seventy five million dollar loss at took in the. Same period of year ago total Revenues for the quarter totalled eight point three billion dollars up eleven percent from last year biggest growth was in North American well completions especially those using. Fracking slumber j. CEO Paul Cavs guard said the company also launched thirty new rigs internationally and he feels. Optimistic about more growth in oil and gas around the globe Coriolis NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h. National news attorney general Jeff Sessions talking to a prosecuting attorney's, conference in Georgia today. When we enforce our laws we prevent new crimes from happening at, prosecutors we have, a difficult job but our efforts at federal state and local levels are having an impact the attorney general. Touted the, Trump administration's work on targeting violent crime adding that they want to, focus, on the opioid epidemic and stopping drugs from reaching America's streets FBI released over four.

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"texas state university" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"texas state university" Discussed on KTRH

"Utter set a total of two hundred people have been affected by the fire with one hundred and ten units, damaged, Texas State university stated that it's working to help students affected by the fire head of US central command general. Joseph hotel expressing reservations about the US and Russia working together to help Syrian refugees return to their war-torn country. That idea came out of the recent meeting between President Trump and Russian President. Vladimir Putin vote tell while aboard an airplane telling ABC news that anything beyond the current coordination between the US and Russia concerning airspace over Syria would need extra scrutiny and that Russia has previously gone back on its word. Join down More resources back in These are not give me great confidence just by Over into the next level of On head. Of the US central, command general Joseph. Voto diggings police say a man they arrested overnight. For, driving drunk died in custody police. Say thirty eight year old Jose Antonio Sanchez was intoxicated when he drove his truck into a tree in. A building around to forty five he. Was taken to the Dickinson jail and when his breathing became a Radic police decided to call an ambulance police say he suffered a heart attack and died at a hospital Galveston. County sheriff is investigating Scott Crowder NewsRadio sudden forty KTAR h. and police have released a sketch of the gunman who shot and killed prominent cardiologists Mark Where are. We. House House connect is. Sincerely apologize for that, he's. The Methodist medical cardiologists and. This happened Friday morning you. Can see that sketch the important part is at that sketches posted on. KTAR h. dot com Missouri Uber driver is in trouble for violating the privacy of his ridesharing passengers I driver in Saint Louis is accused of live streaming hundreds of trips. And, not letting passengers..

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"texas state university" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"texas state university" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Depress work with kids to only on they're kind of a world i mean you have a young five six year old child and their universes the kitchen the living room in their bedroom and all of a sudden you put them in the daycare or school and now they they geometrically increase their world and little things can cause stressors for them at that point that that can overwhelm them yes so what so what are some of the little things changes in the environment because all of a sudden they're world like you mentioned was the home and now boom they're they're catapulted into a daycare where they've got other kids around them actively and having to try to meld into that and waiting picked up and whatnot well and then they find their friend and you know it's maybe their first friend outside of family and all of a sudden the new new player comes in and other child comes in and he's having to share time or she's having the share time with that person and it's like wait they don't like me anymore why do they have to have another friend and they're not developmentally mature enough to to comprehend this situation as adults are even adolescents than some level and makes sense for speaking dr john huber he is a professor and teaches undergraduate and graduate psychology at texas state university so a parents in this situation how can they help their kids who feel sad or seemed like they're always sad communication that that's that's the first step put your cell phone down put the ipad down get them off the ipad get them off their cell phone they've got one and and talk to them and start a conversation with them and find out what they're thinking and feeling as best they can expressly chairman also by the way sal it's worth telling everybody this for for sure for mainstream mental health which is a nonprofit that brings positive change to the lives that's the gold the lives of people who suffer from mental health issues.

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"texas state university" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"texas state university" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Depress work with kids to only on they're kind of a world i mean you have a young five six year old child and their universe is the kitchen the living room in their bedroom and all of a sudden you put them in the daycare or school now they they've geometrically increase their world and little things can cause stressors for them at that point that that can overwhelm them so what are some of the little things changes in the environment because all of a sudden they're world like you mentioned was the home and now boom they're they're catapulted into a daycare where they've got other kids around them activity and having to try to meld into that and waiting to be picked up and whatnot well they find their friend and you know maybe their first friend outside of family and all of a sudden the new new player comes in and other child comes in and he's having to share time or she's having to share time with that person and it's like wait they don't like me anymore why do they have to have another friend and they're not developmentally mature enough to to comprehend this situation as adults are even adolescents and some level make sense we're with dr john huber he is a professor and teaches undergraduate and graduate psychology at texas state university so if a parent in this situation how can they help their kids who feel sad or seemed like they're always sad communication that that's that's the first step put your cell phone down put the ipad down get them off the ipad get them off their cell phone they've got one and and talk to them and start a conversation with them and find out what they're thinking and feeling as best they can express yeah you're the chairman also by the way of tell it's worth telling everybody this for sure for mainstream mental health which is a nonprofit that brings positive change to the lives that's the goals allies of people who suffer from mental health issues.

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"texas state university" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"texas state university" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Depressed work with kids to only on they're kind of a world i mean you have a young five six year old child and their universes the kitchen the living room in their bedroom and all of a sudden you put them in the daycare or school and now they've they've geometrically increase their world and little things can cause stressors for them at that point that that can overwhelm them yeah so what so what are some of the little things changes in the environment because all of a sudden they're world like you mentioned was the home and now bloom they're they're catapulted into a daycare where they've got other kids around them actively and having to try to meld into that and waiting picked up and whatnot well yes and then they find their friend and you know maybe their first friend outside of family and all of a sudden the new new player comes in and other child comes in and he's having to share time or she's having to share time with that person and it's like wait they don't like me more why do they have to have another friend and they're not developmentally mature enough to to comprehend this situation as adults are even adolescents than some level and makes sense we're speaking with dr john huber he is a professor and teaches undergraduate and graduate psychology at texas state university so if it's a parents in this situation how can they help their kids who feel sad or seemed like they're always sad communication that that's that's the first step put your cellphone down put the ipad down get them off the ipad get them off their cellphone they've got one and and talk to them and start a conversation with them and find out what they're thinking and feeling as best they can express it yeah you're the chairman also by the way and it's worth telling everybody that's for sure for mainstream mental health which is a nonprofit that brings positive change to the lives that's the goal to lives of people who suffer for mental health issues.

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"texas state university" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"texas state university" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Probably the big three are are changes sleep changes in their appetite and then that social withdraw they're just not playing with the friends they normally play with they isolate themselves completely wow so social withdrawal changes in sleep changes in appetite definitely warning signs what are the some of the reasons why kids typically get depressed is peer pressure is it something that's chemical is it a combination it's a combination the same types of things that get adults depressed work with kids to only on they're kind of a world i mean you have a young five six year old child and their universe is the kitchen the living room in their bedroom and all of a sudden you put them in the daycare or school and now they've they've geometrically increase their world and little things can cause stressors for them at that point that that can overwhelm them so what so what are some of the little things changes in the environment because all of a sudden they're world like you mentioned was the home and now boom they're they're catapulted into a daycare where they've got other kids around them actively and having to try to meld into that and waiting to be picked up and whatnot yes and then they find their friend and maybe their first friend outside of family and all of a sudden a new new player comes in and other trial comes in and he's having to share time or she's having to share time with that person and it's like wait they don't like me anymore why do they have to have another friend and they're not developmentally mature enough to to comprehend this situation as adults are even adolescents and some level sense speaking with dr john huber he is a professor and teaches undergraduate and graduate psychology at texas state university so if parents in this situation how can they help their kids who feel sad seemed like they're always sad communication that that's that's the first step put your cell phone down put the ipad down get them off the ipad get them off their cellphone they've got one and and talk to them and start a conversation with them and.

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"texas state university" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"texas state university" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Welcome back it's twelve after the hour thanks very much for hanging with for being part of my day always a pleasure to continue to be with you i'm jim blasingame and you're listening to the small business advocate show and i'm glad you're here jon huber is here to johnny's he's a clinical forensic psychologist he's the chairman of main street mental health he's a professor of undergraduate and graduate studies in psychology at texas state university he's a great member of our brain trust and we're granny's here john welcome back thank you for having me back on him it's good to have you back you're always welcome here so before you join the savage telling the audience telling me where you were going to be here that in our small businesses when i when i think about our small businesses i think i think about it like a child you know we started out we we started out from nothing like when the baby is born you have to raise you have to let you have to beat you know you have to be be very careful with it so it doesn't it doesn't get hurt it does he get sick and it's very fragile and in the early days and just like a little child raise it up and it gets bigger and and it gets more complicated it can actually stand on its own you know every year after year it gets to where hopefully it can stand on its own and and maybe even stand up for self and then it turns into a teenager and the problem with with most businesses is they never get out of the teenage years and by that i mean we always love him but we don't always like them in my business i always love my business but some days i don't like it and and and that kind of that kind of of of scenario sometimes over years and years can create a little bit of burnout what do you think i think it creates a lot of burn out get frustrated and you know burn out is is just another form of stress only it's kind of a combination of what you just talked about but also you start doubting your own competency and or the value of what you're.

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Gunman takes hostages after shots fired at California veterans home

NewsRadio KLBJ Local Updates

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Gunman takes hostages after shots fired at California veterans home

"In california ap reports the gunman has taken hostages at a home for veterans what are the key things we know so far melinda while they are being told that a man dressed in black and body armor and armed with what appeared to be as an automatic weapon as entered the california veterans home in youth bill california which is said to be the biggest of veterans home in the us at least three hostages that they know of right now they have heard some gun fire and no reports of injuries at this time we'll keep you updated on that story also breaking news out of san marcos the jury is handing down the sentence as we speak to the woman who wish drunk and slammed headon into a car killing a father and his unborn son and she is getting prison time trying to sort out exactly how long it is it appears she will get at least seven years in prison for driving drunk and killing the father and the unborn child correct and it looks like he's also going to get ten years probation on top of that this was the college student from texas state university who went to bring all day with friends got wasted decided to drive home and slammed into the family killing the father and the unborn child the mother survived and the mother is on the stand right now giving the victim's impact statelinked gas and i think that that is to go towards they did i think say sevenyear as per dad and so they're trying to decide now whether or not that will be served consecutively or concurrently she was charged with intoxication manslaughter in each of the deaths her act for the dad and the unborn child herat and it it appears that the jury gave her seven years in each of those deaths and they're just trying to sort out now will the sentences be served simultaneously or will she do seven in a second seven years kick sent the prosecution wants the fourteen right that you're you're right they're that's what they are pushing for they're saying that the.

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"texas state university" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"texas state university" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"On the schools for not doing anything for the fbi for not doing anything once they had a report on this so so many fell years that had absolutely nothing to do with him having a gun or are watching a video game we also want to keep you up to date on the 21yearold texas state university student who went tubing with the bucks were friends on the river in san marcos got absolutely hammered if she decided to dry home in ended up in a headon collision killing a father and his unborn son the baby was at a hot they took the mom and she was severely injured as well the doctors decided to deliver the baby the baby did not survive so this young woman who admitted on the stand that she did it she's already entered the guilty plea has been on the stand today trying to paint a sympathetic picture of her life yes she's been depressed she had a terrible childhood he had a very means stepfather stepfather who made her full of anxiety and depression right her grandmother took the stand fan how bad her childhood wise how it's been riddled with that kinda emotional and verbal abuse and that she had abuse of drugs then and she admitted to taking drugs certain drugs and just how horrible her life has been it and she said on the stand today the the woman who was drunk and driving she said i know i made a horrible decision terrible decision i was torn up about it immediately at the site of the wreck i would give anything to take it back but i can't and in and then and this is really the only play they had to try to sway the jury is play the sympathy card talk about the evils stepfather and her depression and anxiety in you call now you said they're gonna use whatever they can to pull on the jury's hard to try and get something lasse than what she deserves that what does that mean i did see key things in here in her own testimony when she says yes the flow in it around five and that's when nobody else was going to drive and.

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"texas state university" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"texas state university" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The my than every day for the money don't do it now before we get into these students walking out and plano as promised the a little bit more to the excuses from the sheriff a deputy that stood out there osa the gun shots were originating from the outside outdoor gunfire were told you want to see covered assessed the situation of key mira kate electric of a tactical position well here's a great law enforcement trainer he says if the gunfire is directed at you it would make sense to try to seek a position of cover this is a the advance law enforcement records response training centre at texas state university is the director he says if the gun fires directed at you would make sense to try to seek a position of cover it wasn't it was not aimed at him so when it's not he says we encourage over suit to try to find the source of gunfire but not sit there and he says i'm sorry after one hundred two one hundred twenty rounds being fired if he's still can't figure out where the gunfire coming from then there are issues or is plain would say that is his issues yes sir is his do we still have our dwayne stuff in here i love these inherent we moved him i don't know it is we moved them okay well we we will pull up in the next segment maybe the is now the plano students walked out today and that got coverage they they they walked out and we've got some audio we've got some audio of the students walking out of gut right here whereas air waco in a coma cried any cried barbie god who long what are you gonna qualifying now go ahead let me see let me.

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"texas state university" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"texas state university" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Imagine you committed a crime and then you were able to have a plea deal you may be dead oh i don't know a day or two in jail you're paid a fine and you thought that everything was done and over with and you could put it behind deal and try to get your life moving forward again only to find out that your mugshot lives on line four ever there's a really interesting story and i'd stand mandates here in for brian katie and cherry there's really interesting story out there today and they talk about some of these various websites and one of them is mugshots dot com and basically what's happening is people are getting a shaken down four hundreds if not thousands of dollars as they try to get their mug shots taken down from the internet and they profile one guy and i'm just gonna give it this very quick example guy by the name of mike anderson he's an eighteen year old rush manet texas state university when he was busted with less than that a gram of lead the police arrested him they took his mugshot any spent the night in jail now ultimately has the story points out the legal consequences for being caught with such a small amount of marijuana just enough rejoinder to were minimal but expensive that prosecutors offered to drop the charges if he attended a drug programme and community service which he did so his arrest record has been expunged basically for about five hundred dollars legally wiping the history from his arrest from public view and he thought mckay it's time for me to move on to put this behind me not so much the next time he google is his name he realized his ordeal was far from over as a matter of fact did really just begun his arrest photo was posted on mugshots dot com the pages one of the top results actually for anyone who might be looking for him and so for this guy mike anderson who is just the beginning of his life eighteen years old he's applying for internships.

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"texas state university" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"texas state university" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Eighty four years name more years of the dingell 's yep while the tigers are probably gonna make around himself let's fifty four already they only have to go thirty more there there so yeah there yeah all right thanks steve the dingell dynasty if you will and i will yeah the dingell eighty four years the conyers 54 and now if son john conyers the third is put in place i mean he could easily sewer surfer for another thirty why not i mean what's that compared to fifty four course they'll keep electing this kid over and over and over again also there's a college paper that fired a writer who called the dna of white people and abomination texas state university student student journalist rudy martinez said that white death will mean liberation for all as the nice put that in the november column and the university star fired him after previously retracting at apologizing for the call him the author of this call him as as jeopardize the atmosphere of inclusivity at this university and will no longer be published in the university star lung with constructive criticism the editorial board said the paper had received death threats and hate mail as well as threats to de fund the university start outs the funding threats that really move them there you go you know that students said conservative students at texas state started a petition defer to defend the publication has over 1500 signatures but i mean this kind of stuff exists that people calling white dna an abomination calling for the extermination of white people and nobody's paying attention to it but there's definitely a segment of society who believes that way and apparently that's okay because whites well not for this university paper apparently which is nice which is nice that they've actually taken some action because usually nothing happens to people who say these things or right these things or believe this way.

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"texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"texas state university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Steve short is trying to listen to the steve all should show or the steve often show and lease your ass needs to be on the mute button dole said got them word if he's engaged in my podcasts it means he wants to listen to me not you to get your ass up and down wherever you're supposed to be doing the work of just post do he says coworker he didn't say what the fuck you guys do so essential coworker when he's doing his work listen to my podcast shot the falko leave him alone go do your job that's what you're paying you four not to hassle hill they're trying to pay you to go do you got them work so go to work leave st short alone and that's the bottom line because i said so reminds me of my freight days down in dallas texas work of watkins motorlance drive in a forklift push want him carts loadingunloading trucks by before i got into the best pro wrestler i remember i was talk to my defensive line coach nor texas state university he had ties into watkins model lands and you know we would make no money nor texas state university i know some him colleges hand i cars and they are often given might have autographs and shit like at at nor texas year as head to work in a coach atoms thing is no longer with us coach adams would get a sort of watkins mirages up the coldest casuals because we didn't work fulltime casual meant you could go work in after you checked with boss you'll certain hours weekends and stuff like that your necessarily nine to five or on a fouryard work week you went when you could and man i'll tell you what i started working out there we're going as a casual and then you know after my fifth year of college was scholarship ran out i paid for once muster by myself and i told you guys over watkins as amen elects don't work fulltime and so that's when i started working.

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