18 Burst results for "Tom Grand"

"tom grand" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"tom grand" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Six people died and thirteen were injured in a Las Vegas apartment fire on Saturday investigators say the fire started in a first floor apartment residents apparently told them they were using their stoves for heat because there was none in the building a Florida couple is charged with murder after feeding their son a vegan diet fox's Tom grand Graham has the details investigators say Ryan and she low Leary star of their eighteen month old son to death the boy's mother called nine one one last September and reported the child was cold and stop reading Cape coral police say he only weighed seventeen pounds at the time that's the average weight of a child less than half his age the couple told investigators they are a vegan family and only feed their children raw fruits and vegetables this week a grand jury indicted the pair on a murder charge after a medical examiner ruled that their child die due to malnutrition including dehydration tomgram fox news well it doesn't look like much of the country can look forward to a White Christmas according to fox meteorologist Adam clots here's our expert expectations for a White Christmas across the country higher elevations out in the west so that's what we're seeing more snow fall not very likely to see so if you live on the eastern half of the country instead we're gonna be tracking a big raining mess that might even be slowing down travel over the next couple of days and rubies in a red cattle in Maryland helping a charity get closer to its Christmas goals fox's Jane Fergus has that story according to a salvation army volunteer in Annapolis a woman dropped a diamond and ruby ring and bracelet set and a gold Tiffany bracelet into the red cattle and said merry Christmas the salvation army has already sold the gold bracelet for fifteen hundred dollars which they say is six months of funding for a program that feeds local children a glittering gift that's certainly not to often the pocket change.

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"tom grand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"tom grand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Three W. I. D. C. Y. V. C. eighty one Indianapolis change in plans I'm Lisa with Sarah fox news president trump comes up with a way to ensure students and then non citizens are counted president trump says he'll issue an executive order for agencies in the federal government to provide all requested records regarding citizens and non citizens in the US census bureau can use this information along with information collected through the questionnaire to create the official census the move follows the supreme court's rejection of his administration's rationale for wanting to add the question Republicans call it common sense Democrats say president trump wants to include the citizenship question to intimidate minorities particularly Latinos Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and others argue illegal immigrants might be to turn from answering the twenty twenty senses all together fox's Tom grand civil rights groups say the efforts to end the citizenship question to the senses have made people fearful and even though the question won't appear they say will determine the grains from participating in the census immigration and customs enforcement expected to begin deportations of illegal immigrants with court ordered removals this weekend's race are believed to be targeting some two thousand illegal immigrants who have already been ordered to deport but have not yet left the country the times reported these rates could happen in at least ten US cities house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the rates will be countless families will live in fear this weekend as they prepare to go to church they feel very threatened and scared the potential for a raid comes as federal border agents tell as they're being overwhelmed by drug traffic and biker crossings in South Texas our cameras were the only ones there as U. S. drug czar Jim Carroll saw border patrols efforts to combat cocaine and Beth traffic coming in from Mexico boxes marked Meredith in Hidalgo Texas hurricane warnings offer parts of Louisiana Gulf coast as tropical storm Barry inches closer forecasters say the expected to make landfall late tomorrow or early Saturday this is fox news it is the place for exclusive content you can't get anywhere else new opinion.

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"tom grand" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"tom grand" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Change in plans I'm Lisa with Sarah fox news president trump comes up with a way to ensure students and then non citizens are counted president trump says he'll issue an executive order for agencies in the federal government to provide all requested records regarding citizens and non citizens in the US census bureau can use this information along with information collected through the questionnaire to create the official census the move follows the supreme court's rejection of his administration's rationale for wanting to add the question Republicans call it common sense Democrats say president trump wants to include the citizenship question to intimidate minorities particularly Latinos Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and others argue illegal immigrants might be to turn from answering the twenty twenty census all together boxes Tom grand civil rights groups say the efforts to end the citizenship question to the senses have made people fearful and even though the question won't appear they say will determine the grains from participating in the census immigration and customs enforcement expected to begin deportations of illegal immigrants with court ordered removals this weekend is rates are believed to be targeting some two thousand illegal immigrants who have already been ordered to deport but have not yet left the country the times reported these rates could happen in at least ten US cities house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the rates will mean countless families will live in fear this weekend as they prepare to go to church they feel very threatened and scared the potential for a raid comes as federal border agents tell as they're being overwhelmed by drug traffic and biker crossings in South Texas our cameras were the only ones there as U. S. drugs are Jim Carroll saw border patrols efforts to combat cocaine and math traffic coming in from Mexico boxes marked Meredith in Hidalgo Texas hurricane warnings offer part of Louisiana's Gulf coast as tropical storm Barry inches closer forecasters say it's expected to make landfall late tomorrow or early Saturday.

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"tom grand" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"tom grand" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Six nine zero two eight use promo code Scott. Go to mypillow dot com promo code Scott. Well fun day for us today on what's on your mind, because I mentioned earlier, we're kicking off a new program that we're going to do monthly and we're going to chat about the future chat about a technology impact two jobs, the economy and everything that's happening in North Dakota in a space. That's it's, it's no, it's, you know, we don't necessarily know a whole lot about it, but I don't know enough about it to pilot this program. So the pilot will be Tommy Kandil from eyesight, our PD services, which is another one of those growing North Dakota companies Tommy Hello. Hello, Scott in the co-pilot fit. We have the grand sky guru, Tom, Sawyer, Tom. How are you, sir? I'm doing very well. This one got so before we start here a little bit. Bit, I site r v services what kinds of things are you doing for folks, timing? We do infrastructure. Inspections worldwide flown in thirty three states and seven countries. And then we also do chase plane operations out ground sky for the large Jones until the radar beyond visual line of sight, and the FAA approval to fly drones beyond line of sight. And Tom grand sky for folks, that have not driven highway two and seen this. I guess I'd call it a bit of a Phoenix from the from the edge of the of the Grand Forks air force base. That was not exactly well used a few years ago. And now, Northrop grandma in general Tomic's hubbub of activity tell folks about grants guy, what you doing. Sure, grant skies aid drone airport, where we fly the largest rooms that are out there in the world. And a lot of it is former military drones and are getting converted over to commercial and civilian use. And so granted guys there to support that kind of activity. So these are a couple of examples of things that are fairly new, and they provided enormous amount of opportunity. So we're really looking forward. I'm going to ask both of you, Tom Sawyer. I'll start with you. Just drones planes, people this conversation of what we're doing all the things we're talking about. What this, what do you hope we accomplished? What do we what do we want to be able to say this accomplished? We'd like for folks to understand a little bit more about the drone industry. What it can do for them. You know, some daily impact kind of things you know, how can it make people's general lives better? How can they eat or get better information? No a little bit more than maybe. They do right now or for specific industries. Maybe like agriculture or like Tommy KENDALL, just at infrastructure, if they can get better information, and reduce their cost and be more productive. That's really what we hope for this show is to maybe get a little bit of an insight of what's going on in this industry and how it can impact other people, Mr. KENDALL. Tom's right on those points. And then the other thing is great job Scott. I mean we've created eight hundred jobs in the state the drone industry already it's growing fast. I've got twenty millennials working for me. I think eighteen of them are from North Dakota, Minnesota Goethe it's very exciting to keep the people here and, and create high tech jobs, good, paying jobs. And we really want this show to show the people how drones can affect every industry in this state in every corner of the state launched in Grand Forks, aerospace, and ground sky. And, and entrepreneurs like our company, but it's going to be a statewide touch every corner, and if we can broadcast and get people on then also regular aviation. They've been a key player and allowing us to fly and in practice and doing how generally affects our state as well. Tom sawyer? Tell me a little bit about your impressions out of drone focus, and what you thought you and I spent some time there. The emerging folks put on a good show. It was really I mean, a lot of news came out of that a lot of moving and shaking different companies looking to, to locate here. What, what's your takeaways from Joan focus, you know? Got it wasn't great show, the emerging folks to an absolutely fabulous job putting that conference on, and it, it, it's short enough that is in powerful enough that you really get what you pay for their, you get a quick hitting action oriented day full of news, and developments ounce of things like that enjoyed being on the main stage with Scott to announce this particular show. But for me that takeaways mostly were about the statewide network that the legislature was generous to approve funding four on this last session. The governor signed that in commerce Bill and to me that is the single largest take that puts North Dakota, in a very, very elite group of government entities worldwide. In fact, that are investing in technology investing in the capability to let us start to fly drones across the entire state. So for me that takeaway was huge. There were some other great things in there, too, like Microsoft and some of their investments. US technology and artificial intelligence, especially as it applies to farming and agriculture uses, I think that there's going to be a really bright future for some of the startup companies that are going to be attracted. Scott. I mean because of the legislatures investment in the governor signing. I mean, we bought our company bought our first gas powered drone that can fly for six hours, and it's a big investment, but we're ready and the state's ready, we have a couple of big projects in western North Dakota, that hope successful here in the next thirty days, and we're going to be all over, and it's very, very exciting. Talk about this radar set up the yellow less or something. What is that acronym? Stand for on visual Linux site. Okay, thank you. And the radar is infrastructure that the, the governor proposed in the legislature approved that puts us there and you said, Tom Sawyer that, that was a big takeaway from the focus how, how does that. How does that move the needle how are we doing it? Head of, you know, your competitors that are trying to do something similar in other states because all the things we're talking about here. Folks is no secret. You know, everybody is trying to get into the same space and be I and, and be the best. And we've been fortunate so far, but they're going to continue to be gunning for us. What is this investment do? This investment right now. The rule Scott say that a pilot to fly thrown that the thrown at self has to be in the line of sight of the pilot or an observer that is either flying in a chase plane behind the drone or somewhere else out on the ground concede the drone and being radio contact with the pilots, someone always has to have is on the drums at all time. And so that has become a little bit of a restriction in how we can really use aircraft that can fly, six miles, or I mean, sorry, six hours or a couple hundred miles that capability could put cameras on power lines or pipeline or start to map or start to do oversight of thousands of acres rather than maybe a couple of hundred because that's all the pilot can see this technology state has approved allows us to embrace the use of radars and other sensors that will let that aircraft. Fly beyond visual sight of the pilot or an observer and of the use of chase plane which will let us then fly much farther fly much longer and use the much bigger aircraft like Tommy describing that his firm, just bought and really take take advantage that capability, we can start talking about getting the cost to map in eight of land down into the cents per acre rather than the dollars per acre, and that can generate a lot of benefit in terms of yield or reduction of input costs for farmers. So that techn- this technology, which is going to be rolled out over overtime across the entire state wall allow us to let us allow the fly, the aircraft further and further and utilize that data capture capability much more effectively. So let's talk a little bit about who benefits from that once that rolls out once that's in place. I always think of egg because assist easy. You just mentioned, an example of sort of mapping, you know, and input costs, come down because you, you, you. You put the, the chemical where it's needed networks, not and all of that, and be able to see it. Right. And more and more energy. You mentioned flying. The wind turbines or whatever. So just thinking outside of and energy, where's your to, I realize eight hundred pound gorillas in, in North Dakota. What else what other industries can benefit? I think one of them, honestly, what is like volunteer. Fire department, Scott. Right. You could have drawn. And then there's a fire out the Henan farm. Right. And so you could launch the drawn from the fire department GPS jock live feed determined that a chemical fire is that a hay bale is that minors pig. I also see in the medical services where the small hospitals, don't have the right blood or the right last. Our right drugs? You could load them in a little airplane little drawn launch at their quickly in a safe zone. You know, things I mean, the it's analysts the uses agriculture, we talk is huge, STAN counts minimizing the amount of chemical use because you can point and the issues doing lottery, search this now we have many, many schools in our state that now are doing something in drones. So, so it's very exciting the, the possibilities or any others, you'd add to that list of folks, that can benefit eventually talked about volunteer. Fire departments law enforcement first responders all the people in Arkansas, and Oklahoma. They're dealing with floods right now putting larger aircraft up in the air, that would give first responders chance to find people that might be stranded in floods, or when flash floods have been able to get an aircraft up for a long period of time to be. Able to survey the area time in his group did a lot of work over the Red River this spring. When revising up and stitching together a map and understanding where new development may be impacting flood zones. This isn't just went a flood happens. It's also before a flood understanding how do development may impact a flood zone where it may push water or let water come in. Those are really critical areas critical infrastructure measuring the dykes looking at dyke support for, you know, water diversion projects and things like that those types have to be constantly maintained, and as we saw down in Oklahoma, you know, if you don't maintain them, right? Sometimes they give way and that's that's bad news. And using drones we can get a lot of inspection, worked on for a lot lower cost when winning deals when do we think that Tommy is large scale when is that just being done everywhere kinda commonplace? It'll be a few years, God, I mean North Dakota year from today, we'll have to or. Three areas where we can maybe fly at ten mile zone. Right. So it's beyond visualize type. It's still kind of protected, as you know, I spent fifteen years in the regular aviation business. I want nothing more than our state to be safe. And so it it'll, it'll roll the next three to five years, and, and tracking a big things that, that are still sort of in that testing.

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"tom grand" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"tom grand" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Rapids, WWE's Beth Fisher with details. Now, live and local Beth Tom Grand Rapids police were called about a suicidal man in the city when they got their acting deputy chief Pete Nick water says the thirty year old man was making threats. He was reported to have a handgun on his person and was threatening suicide as well as harmed. Officers confronted. The officers did make contact with them. There was a weapon in possession of the subject. Nick water says a Grand Rapids officer fired shots. The man was hit. He underwent surgery, his condition unknown. The officer is being placed on administrative leave and Michigan state. Police are now investigating reporting live Beth Fisher, WW J NewsRadio nine fifty WGN. News time five oh four. It was the story. You heard I right here on W w j yesterday morning and Sterling Heights police are continuing to search for the last of the three suspects wanted in connection. With a pair of scary early morning police chases, including one in a stolen cop car. Here's our John Hewitt emergency Sterling Heights insure you guys got phone calls about it was done on westbound sixty nine what started as an early morning road rage incident. In Utica with reported gunshots resulted in a pair of police chases one ending along interstate ninety four in Roseville in a stolen police sport. Utility vehicle. The other a suspect vehicle that took police through Warren and into Detroit, the call was kind of bizarre Sterling Heights police chief Dale to watch a cow ski says responding officers saw a dodge Durango with front end damage pursuing a Ford fusion with damage to the rear, but as the Durango drivers stopped the fusion with three people inside continued on the vehicle, then slowed in the area of sixteen mile and chain. And a man jumped out our officers slammed on the brakes put the car into park, and then ran on fought chased him around a couple backyards in the guy double back towards our police car, which was running jumped in the police car and the guy took off eventually the stolen Sterling Heights. Police SUV collided with a McComb county sheriff's patrol vehicle on I ninety four and the suspect was apprehended. But in the meantime, the driver of the fusion at sped off in another direction. Thank god. We had local media was there with their helicopter, which helped us.

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Why are people so anti-Russia?

Between The Lines

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Why are people so anti-Russia?

"What is it about Russia that continues to wind everyone up so much? What do you think why will the Anga the alarms? Rick the ruthless draw twice light a great power with a vassal of nuclear weapons will for five years. Now, certainly since the outbreak of the Ukraine standoff, February twenty four hop ventilating pundits and politicians on left. Dan, wrought have been warning the bear is on the prow. And that led me Putin is destroying democracy all across the globe as a result, and many of you have heard me say this all too often on this show and elsewhere the Russia fobs have spread exaggerations about the Putin fresh which fuelled hatred and sewed misunderstanding. My next guest today agrees. There is he argues nothing peculiar pathological. In Russia's behavior. It is simply protecting legitimate security interests in the Baltics its near abroad and the Middle East, and it's objectives. Limited. Steven Cohen is professor emeritus in Russian studies from in while you in Princeton, and he's the author of the wall with Russia from Putin and Ukraine to Trump and Russia gate. That's just out stave. Welcome back to between the lines. Thank you. Tom grand to be with you. Now, you'll critics all too often denounce you as a Russian apologised in a Putin. Stooge? What are they continued to impugn you'll motives when you have decades of what many people argue is rigorous intellectual experience in this field. Well, it's become about me in the last five years as you say all this slurring of me, but it's a more general problem. Generally, speaking, anybody who has a public platform in the United States today, and they're not very many of us and very few public platforms available anymore who tried to take? Let's call it a balanced or objective. More storks view of Russia, particularly American Russian relations are being slurred. How do we explain this? Well, Russia has always been talk sake in America. I did a calculation the other day, and I was surprised myself to discover that one hundred years of American Russian relations there have been seventy five years Cold War out of the hundred. So that's a subject where thinking about maybe not today, but this is not unusual. But I think what makes it so severe today is it has to do with Putin the Russian leader since two thousand and in a word, I put it like this. There was. The expectation among American political media -letes when the Soviet Union ended Russia would become a subordinate partner of the United States in world affairs, and it looked for a decade or less in the nineteen ninety s like that might be the case because then Russian President Yeltsin was weak needy and President Clinton took advantage of him in a kind of soft way that made it sound like a friendship, but the resentment was building in Russia. The resentment produced Putin could have been much worse. And I think it's the reaction to Putin primarily the sense that the American media political elites were wrong when they thought that after the end of the Soviet Union, the United States alone would determine world affairs when Russia reemerged on the world stage. It was a shock. A bitter disappointment and much of that continues to influence American thanking today about Russia. And about people's touches me who say this is not a bad thing when need to deal with it. And there are a lot of good possibilities. But we're not taking those possible. Well, of course, you like many realists such as George Kennan, the intellectual architect of the containment doctrine and not hang forty seven in the non hundred nineties you both among others oppose Naito expansion. But remember Steve at the time. Many Republicans end Democrats believed strongly that the expansion of the Atlantic alliance. Eastwood's was a benign move. Well, tom. I mean, if I find out where you live, and I come over to your house with my home as my buddies. They're all carrying. I doubt that calms. Go to say, Steve, why are you? So benign. It's preposterous.

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"tom grand" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"tom grand" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Cancelation controversy. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. President Trump taking action in the latest feud over the border wall. One top democrat calling it vindictive and other same acted like he's in the fifth grade congressman Adam Schiff, one of several Democrats who's planned overseas trip was cancelled today last minute, President Trump to nine lawmakers, including house speaker Nancy Pelosi, a military plane bound for Brussels, Egypt and Afghanistan. In a statement, the president blaming the ongoing partial government shutdown Republican House minority leader Kevin McCarthy being speaker of the house and leaving the country would have shut down. I don't think that's appropriate. President Trump's move comes after speaker Pelosi called for postponing his state of the union address. Tom grand? The White House announcing its delegation will not travel to Davos World Economic forum this as another caravan of migrants making its way through Malla attempting to cross the southern border into the US caravan of Central American migrants remains about two thousand. And strong. They're expected to add members as they cross through the nation of Guatemala there. They'll test their reception at the border with Mexico on route to the US US border patrol says of the seven thousand Central American migrants in the previous convoy back in October as many as half tried to enter the US illegally others stayed to work in Mexico and a smaller number returned home to Central America. Fox's Steve Harrigan in Guatemala and arrest made in Maricopa County zone of an eighteen year old authorities say conspired to help ISIS Maricopa County. Sheriff Paul Penzone says it's smell Ahmed called nine one one asking to see deputy in person he made some statements during that call. Indicate. Affiliation. Tear ideology police a met with the deputy and attempted to attack him. He was shot. He.

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"tom grand" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"tom grand" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Doing that all this week giving away the tickets folks registered all last week and this week we give them away this week at seven twenty every day this wing tom grand berry he won a pair this morning and they're me hey they're not cheap tickets how much are they four or five hundred bucks four hundred bucks yeah and this is serious fear is what are the big like what are the big names company all the top sixty four players in the world you'll hit you'll have justin thomas who left jordan spee tiger your no no targets out in the top sixty four right he's just coming back so he's not there yet but the ratings be like if he was a dell matchplay well they wouldn't be able to accommodate the crowds they would not be able to gal matchplay would love for him to be there they'll match play would love it but austin country club would be horrified they wouldn't couldn't handle the city of austin would not be able to handle a near railing new new new new they've the pga needs now that the kinds of crowds that showed up for this past when this past weekend now we wouldn't be able to accommodate 45 check on traffic now with melinda brands wages seen slow traffic on 35 we've got delays southbound through roundrobin awesome southbound is you get a little bit closer downtown the same for thirty five northbound we do have a couple reported iraq's one on south toll 130 southbound at south fortyfive as well as slaughter at escarpment and melinda brandt with us ends on time traffic of all the people in the world you feel like you were destined to fund her and now that you have come to cheer at the gallery of jewellery to find the diamond destined for her it's called chosen by tear it it's a diamond with a one of a kind story only jared can tell from the raw stone to the ring showare forever jared makes her diamonds creation part of your love story we document its entire journey from procuring it in its roughest purest form to the finished masterpiece resat.

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"tom grand" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"tom grand" Discussed on WLAC

"Content so i think it makes their content that much more valuable uh even when there may not be a great game uh if there's wagering on it it may actually greater attention than there otherwise would have been so it may actually help from a ratings and media value standpoint to the league's but then the other angle that i think is interesting is i think it makes it that much more exciting for the digital players to get involved a you know imagine a gambling was legalised and the streaming companies whether it be um a facebook amazon a google if if they could literally had that entire world of gambling integrated into the streaming video experience i think it makes it much more interesting for the digital platforms to actually bid on sports rates which embassy is also good for the elites themselves not so good for tv companies but really good for the leaks netflixing so my argument a big uh share a stockholding that i have is wwe i think wwe is going to get bought out i think we're big fan a yes so do you agree with me on that in my argument has been if i were ceo of netflixing right now i would by wwe roll the entire wwe network into my netflix offering put wrestle mania royal rumble all of those aspects that are such unique content events for wwe in as a port of netflixing and as a way to basically put my toe in the water and start to touch on sports do you think netflix has got to get involved in sports what do you think happens with wwe mi crazy to believe that that stock is an incredible valuation because it's going to get bought out by somebody i look i i you know brandon ross who worked with me tom grand in be pig covers wwe you've been a big fan of the company for a long time the feet in that the content as knowing is there a a really exciting streaming business you know you think about what netflixing build wwe he's got a million and a half streaming strivers that.

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"tom grand" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"tom grand" Discussed on WDRC

"The previous travelled an expired an hour ago and president trump's not letting it go late sunday he signed an order creating a new ban on eight countries the new travel restrictions would slow or limit entry for citizens of north korea chad iran libya somalia syria venezuela and yemen fox's tom grand the white house dropped sedan from the list the travel restrictions range from a total ban for north korea syria libya yemen and chad to a ban on than as wayland government officials in there families the new ban goes into effect on october 18th senate republicans poor on the pressure to pass the gop healthcare bill late sunday sunday night leaders added fourteen and a half billion dollars to their teetering bill hoping to lure back gop senators opposed to it earlier senator lindsey graham says he is optimistic senate can pass the bill he cosponsored were movin ford and no wool we'll see what happens next week i'm very excited about it we finally found an alternative obamacare that makes sense senator graham on abc's this week senators john mccain rand paul and ted cruz have said they won't vote for the bill candidate trump blasted secretary hillary clinton for using a private email account when she was secretary of state now word comes at president trump's soninlaw jared kushner has been doing the same thing and attorney for kushner says his client used private emails to communicate with colleagues at the white house he says fewer than one hundred emails went through the account as of august and that any non personal emails were forwarded to his official account fox news fair and balanced.

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"tom grand" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"tom grand" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Smartphone available anywhere you go on the iheart radio app news radio 1040 who des moines president trump signed a new travel ban with more countries i'm carmen roberts fox news and the previous travelled annexed fired an hour ago and president trump's not letting it go late sunday he signed an order creating a new ban on eight countries the new travel restrictions would slow or limit entry for citizens of north korea chad iran libya somalia syria venezuela and yemen fox's tom grand the white house drop sudan from the list the travel restrictions range from a total ban for north korea syria libya yemen and chad to a ban on than as wayland government officials and their families the new ban goes into effect on october 18th senate republicans poor on the pressure to pass the gop healthcare bill late such sunday night leaders added fourteen and a half billion dollars to their teetering bill hoping to lure back gop senators opposed to it earlier senator lindsey graham says he's optimistic senate can pass the bill he cosponsored were moving forward and no wool we'll see what happens next week i'm very excited we finally found an alternative of obamacare that makes sense senator graham on abc's this week senators john mccain rand paul and ted cruz have said they won't vote for the bill candidate trump blasted secretary hillary clinton for using a private email account when she was secretary of state now word comes that presidents trump's soninlaw jared kushner has been doing the same thing an attorney for kushner says his client used private emails to communicate with colleagues at the white house he says fewer than one hundred emails went through the account as of august and that any non personal emails were forwarded to his official account fox news fair and.

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"tom grand" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"tom grand" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In overnight talk radio i'm your host this evening dave shirt or sitting in for george noory and we're taking a look at the mysterious death of kurt cobain joining me i'm a line we have the documentary and benjamin stadler and instute here with me tom grand retired private investigator former detective with the los angeles county sheriff's department who personally investigated kurt cobain's case and he was brought in by courtney love for this case i wrote a question to you tom real quickly about former police chief norms damper and i know we many of us are hooked on these different true crime shows and and documentaries and it seems in most cases when it comes back to many years later reinvestigating there's a pretty tight thin blue line going on and they're like you know leave well enough alone we have brand new cases that are just as important let's go on with them what did you find when dealing with norms damper well norm stabber was a breath of fresh air he was the chief of police in seattle won kurt cobain was found dead and so is under his um purview the that this whole case took place and that it was investigated by their homicide detectives of course the chief of police of a big city like that isn't said every little bit of information grant micromanage so there was so much about the case that he will was totally unaware of an until been stadler got involved in contacted him and started filling him in on a lot of this stuff so ben of interviewed him in the film soaked in bleach and we have some cuts from that film of things that norm stampers said in it's pretty amazing stuff let's let's check that out let's go to want be audio clips i was a suffers for the last six for ninety four two thousand as seattle's i wouldn't pretend that there are police officers who are cynical and suspicious skept that was the case for cockbain death never believed that the police were involved in any conspiracy.

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"tom grand" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"tom grand" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Ninety nine three w pt the as hey okay oh man the as from coast to coast live on the inner his his post a goes an here's your guest host sri sri mysteries legends and more that's what we explore here on the best in overnight talk radio i'm your host this evening day shirt or sitting in for george noory and we're taking a look at the mysterious death of kurt cobain joining me i'm a line we have the document terry and benjamin stadler and in studio with me tom grand retired private investigator former detective with the los angeles county sheriff's department who personally investigated kurt cobain's case and he was brought in by courtney love for this case i wrote a question to you town real quickly about former police chief norms damper and i know we've many of us are hooked on these different true crime shows an and and documentaries and it seems in most cases when it comes back to many years later reinvestigating there's a pretty tight finn blue line going on in they're like you know leave well enough alone we have brand new cases that are just as important let's go on with them what could you find when dealing with norms damper well norm staffer was a breath of fresh air he was the chief of police in seattle in one kurt cobain was found dead and the so is under his purview the this whole case took place and that it was investigated by their homicide detectives of course a chief of police of a big city like that isn't said every little bit of information grant micromanage so there was so much about the case that he was totally unaware of and until been stadler got involved in contacted him and started filling him in on a lot of the stuff so been interviewed him in the film soaked in bleach and we have some cuts from matt film of things that norm stampers said in it's pretty amazing stuff let's.

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"tom grand" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"tom grand" Discussed on WTVN

"Me on the line we have the documentary and benjamin stadler and instute here with me tom grand retired private investigator former detective with the los angeles county sheriff's department who personally investigated kurt cobain's case any was brought in by courtney love for this case i i throw to question to you tom real quickly about former police chief norms damper and i know we've many of us are hooked on these different a true crime shows and and documentaries and it seems in most cases when it comes back to many years later reinvestigating there's a pretty tight thin the blue line going on and they're like guineau leave well enough alone we a brand new cases that are just as important let's go on with them what did you find when dealing with norms damper well norms staffer was a breath of fresh air he was the chief of police in seattle won kurt cobain was found dead and so is under his purview that that this whole case took place and that it was investigated by their homicide detectives of course a chief of police of a big city like that is said every little bit of information ramp micromanage so there was so much about the case he will was totally unaware of an until been stadler got involved in contacted him and started filling him in on a lot of the stuff so ben interviewed him in the film soaked in bleach and we have some cuts from that film of things that norm stampers said and it's pretty amazing stuff let's let's check that out let's go to one of the audio clips your stabber iras was suffers through for the last six for 1994 two two thousand as seattle's i wouldn't pretend that there are police officers who are sending and suspicious skept that was the case the cockbain death i believe that the police were involved in any kind of a conspiracy involving for koreans i think there were several or below from that missing persons report and everything that is seven if my officers her or or were made aware that her he had left rehab purchased a shotgun was suicidal that's of course cowboy affect detective camera resign when.

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"tom grand" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"tom grand" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"The best an overnight talk radio i'm your host this evening dave shirt or sitting in for george noory and we're taking a look at the mysterious death of kurt cobain joining me i'm a line we have the documentary and benjamin stadler and instute here with me tom grand retired private investigator former detective with the los angeles county sheriff's department who personally investigated kurt cobain's case and he was brought in by courtney love for this case i wrote a question to you tom real quickly about former police chief norms damper and i know we've many of us are hooked on these different a true crime shows an and and documentaries and it seems in most cases when it comes back to many years later reinvestigating there is a pretty tight finn blue line going on and they're like leave well enough alone we have brand new cases that are just as important let's go on with them what did you find when dealing with norms damper well norm staffer was a breath of fresh air he was the chief of police in seattle won kurt cobain was found dead and so is under his purview the the this whole case took place some that it was investigated by their homicide detectives of course a chief of police of a big city like that isn't said every little bit of information micromanage so there was so much about the case of he was totally unaware of and until been stadler got involved in contacted him and started filling him in on a lot of the stuff so dumb interviewed him in the film soaked in bleach and we have some cuts from that film of things that norm stamp her said in it's pretty amazing stuff let's let's check that out let's go to one of the audio clips your damper i was a suffers through for years in the last six for 1994 two thousand seattle's bruce i wouldn't pretend that there are police officers who are cynical and suspicious skept that was the case kurt cobain death i never believed that the police were involved from the any any kind of a conspiracy involving for koreans deal i think there were several corby laws on the scene persons report and everything that is seven if my officers her were or were made aware her her cockbain had left rehab have purchased a shotgun was suicidal that's of course convoy effect detective cameroon resign.

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"tom grand" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"tom grand" Discussed on WLAC

"An overnight talk radio i'm your host the seeming dave shirt or sitting in for george noory and we're too taking a look at the mysterious death of kurt cobain joining me on the line we have the documentary and benjamin stadler and instute here with me tom grand retired private investigator former detective with los angeles county sheriff's department who personally investigated kurt cobain's case any was brought in by courtney love for this case i wrote a question to you tom real quickly about former police chief norms damper and i know we many of us are hooked on these different true crime shows and and documentaries and it seems in most cases when it comes back to many years later reinvestigating there is a pretty tough finn blue line going on and they're like geno leave well enough alone we have brand new cases that are just as important let's go on with them what did you find when dealing with norms damper well norm stamp her was a breath of fresh air he was the chief of police in seattle one kurt cobain was found dead and so is under his um purview the the this whole case took place and that it was investigated by their homicide detectives of course a chief of police of a big city like that isn't said every little bit of information grant micromanage so there was so much about the case that he was totally unaware of and until been stadler got involved in contacted him and started filling him in on a lot of this stuff so ben of interviewed him in the film soaked in bleach and we have some cuts from that film of things that norm stampers said in it's pretty amazing stuff let's let's check that out let's go to want to be the audio clips norms damper i a suffers for the last six for lengthy ninety four two thousand is seattle's i wouldn't pretend that there are police officers who are cynical and suspicious skept that was the case cockbain death never believed the police were involved from the any any kind of a conspiracy involving for remains the i think there were several or the loss missing persons report and everything that is seven if my officers her or or were made aware cockbain had left rehab have purchased a shotgun was suicidal that's of course gone away affect who detective cameroon resign.

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"tom grand" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"tom grand" Discussed on WRVA

"Best an overnight talk radio i'm your host this evening dave shirt or sitting in for george noory and we're taking a look at the mysterious death of kurt cobain joining me on the line we have the documentary and benjamin stadler and in studio with me tom grand retired private investigator for i'm a detective with the los angeles county sheriff's department who personally investigated kurt cobain's case and he was brought in by courtney love for this case i wrote a question to you tom real quickly about former police chief norms damper and i know we many of us are hooked on these different true crime shows and and and documentaries and it seems in most cases when it comes back to many years later reinvestigating there's a pretty tight thin blue line going on and they're like leave well enough alone we have brand new cases that are just as important let's go on with them what did you find when dealing with norms damper well norms staffer i was a breath of fresh air he was the chief of police in seattle one kurt cobain was found dead and so is under his purview the the this whole case took place some that it was investigated by their homicide detectives of course a chief of police of a big city like that isn't said every little bit of information micromanage so there was so much about the case that he was totally unaware of and until been stadler got involved in contacted him and started filling him in on a lot of the stuff so dumb interviewed him in the film soaked in bleach and we have some cuts from matt film of things that norm stampers said in it's pretty amazing stuff let's let's check that out let's go to one of the audio clips norms stabber suffers through for the last six from ninety nine for two thousand in seattle i wouldn't pretend that there are police officers who are cynical an suspicious scam that was the case the cockbain death our bully police were involved any kind of a conspiracy involving for cobain's i think they were like belove missing persons report and everything that is if my officers were were or were made aware cockbain had left have had purchased the god was suicidal that's of course go.

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"tom grand" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"tom grand" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The do geez hey okay ooh the jeez with coast to coast and wide of unity his his post accused adm here's your guest host the sri mysteries legends and more that's what we explore here on the best an overnight talk radio i'm your host this evening dave shirt or sitting in for george noory and we're taking a look look at the mysterious death of kurt cobain joining me on the line we have the documentary and benjamin stadler and institute here with me tom grand retired private investigator former detective with the los angeles county sheriff's department who personally investigated kurt cobain's case then he was brought in by courtney love for this case i wrote a question to you tom real quickly about former police chief norms damper am i know we've many of us are hooked on these different a true crime shows and and documentaries and it seems in most cases when it comes back to many years later reinvestigating there is a pretty tight finn blue line going on and they're like guineau leave well enough alone we have brand new cases that are just as important let's go on with them what did you find when dealing with norms damper well norm staffer was a breath of fresh air he was the chief of police in seattle won kurt cobain was found dead and so is under his purview the the this whole case took place and that it was investigated by their homicide detectives of course chief of police of a big city like that isn't said every little bit of information you grant micromanage so there was so much about the case of he was totally unaware of an until been stadler got involved in contacted him and started filling him in on a lot of the stuff so dumb interviewed him in the film soaked in bleach and we have some cuts from that film of things with norm stampers said in it's pretty amazing stuff let's.

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