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Commoners of the New Forest

Humans of Hospitality

08:51 min | 1 year ago

Commoners of the New Forest

"I think it's fair to say that from a global perspective. We are living through uncertain times in particular. I hope is listening to this podcast. You're asking questions about what tweet where to purchase our food and how food choices are impacting the environment and world around us while sometimes these are complicated questions. What's what's been inspirational about? Many of the podcast conversations. I've now had is how despite the politics and complexity many food and drink produces uses are just getting on with it and making a big difference to their local communities. As this week's guest Andrew Barry Naughton puts it. What's on your doorstep is that is the most important thing once you get that right? It spreads from there now Andrews lucky he happens to have the beautiful landscape of the new forest orest literally on his doorstep as a commoner as well as a farmer his animals can truly range free through heathland and ancient woods. Sometimes they range a bit too freely as you will hear in this program. We explore the peculiarities of calming history. We also discover how and and even more fascinating Louis why we are seeing the return of regional. Native breeds such as Ruby red cattle and saddleback pigs `brava than the influx of larger continental breeds. It makes good business and environmental sense especially now that the communists have their own shed brand and the new forest mark in essence to support a more artisan kinda traditional approach to farming. Andrew needs to charge around ten percent. More Oh and supply more directly to the end consumer is this the way other regions could go. I very much hope you enjoyed this. Week's conversation. Andrew Carey Nelson Awesome. Thank you so much spare time on the US very much appreciate it here. It's all things go communist. I guess and farming. Can you just say where on planet Earth are. We pleased and we're in the in. The new force pistol. Kadam was founded in line in the middle of nowhere and it was surrounded by forests and we are luckily. Because 'cause it's pouring rain we all sat in your kitchen. Aren't we started out as very very muddy Soviet so he's not afraid poor cattle at the moment so so walling around the second good but it takes that mind space picks the reckon the sun picks lables out the forest so pigs and won't go very well together. They're lucky year so I'm a big fan of a new I. I love it but a lot of people listening. Probably maybe you've heard of it but not being here. Can you just describe the forest just a little bit. 'cause he's pretty. ECLECTIC has an escort ancient woodlands. It's got farmed areas. But just what is the funds very large area. Originally a lot people know sets. It's up by William the conqueror Purcell hunting area. But actually where we are sounds. We're on the northern combines. The pressure of the new forest so and we are actually what we call manorial. Waste the new force yourself was originally setup and that part of it was called Crown lands. That was part ten going for the crown mm-hmm but where we are at the moment the mineral ways we are actually owned by the Lords of the manor in this particular area we had Born to state which was part of course sustain it has the biggest site next to us big farming state and then another part of its playskool portions of state which again was another huge farming state in its time and Darcy's why sees winchester who owned track of it so the ground whale when surrounded by on the Commons. We are actually originally here before the existence of the new forest poorest before the creation by William the conqueror interesting. So how long does that William the conqueror showing me in ten sixty six. Okay so I believe the new forest trey to run about ten eighty four eighty six roundabout that things. So he's now the congressman sales assistance. Few people reckon two or three hundred years years before that date is well it comes will and I'm by when we say comments. They were used in essence four livestock even back then they were basically land. Minora waste the their Germany Germany. As a rule Paul ground is not suitable for farming so the topsoil was always very thin and all forms of small sel even some. The school houses had the brought them to turn out their animals on that waste ground and that that was drawn to him by the Lords of the manor at the time. The US okay. But it's not a great sounding name waste isn't it. If he told me that in this context it was like a tip. Says he doesn't really when you think you've just dry. It's absolutely stunning isn't it. If you'RE GONNA take place Iceland this is the kind of waste land to live in beautiful. It is it's the ground itself is is is poor is ray civic. Don't have its own sand and and it's very very thin topsoil. It wouldn't be much good performing any other way. Okay for across the new forest in its entirety. There are areas that are good for eight changes inches. Yeah you've you've you've you've got the the ancient ornamental woodland bigger some beech woodland you call the lawns. which is the areas across your orest echoed loans if got more covens in different areas of the forest as well? The Heathrow in itself is probably more rather than the Amazon rainforest. I really that few few acres of it well across across the UK. I want why is that unique and is now being given national accreditation as well. How long ago was that includes a few of probably fifteen years ago now? It's is passed even longer so they should be known fact checking particularly unique. Just it from from a country because it was the districts and stuff like this idea of communist kind of land. Is that something. That's replicated across the country. Yeah Dot an expo of similar. Aw I think the new forest it's thrived and continues a lot longer. Believe this seven hundred plus commodores in the forest and what we've done here is is much more unique to stick Leiria. You won't get anywhere much. THOUGHT IN X dot on wall up country so unique. I think it's something that remained within the families win the forest. Oh Oh that's not to say. Is that that somebody could purchase property-owning coming coming rights to it but this being families in the forest of carrying on the tradition really from from generation generation. And if I proud to be communists you know a lot of us have other jobs not just comedy see other people everyday jobs going out to work and just coming as a part time sidelines about takes quite a bit dedication. If you're if you're doing it part time it does take a long time and the benefit native of coming from the forest perspective. It's helping manage the ecosystem services a symbiotic relationship. Communism the forest. There's there's a lot of plum supermodel. I wouldn't be there if it wasn't for comedy. The comments and the forest was look anywhere like it. was you walk dog throat coming around that. So it's very important. That comedy continues. I think the National Park and other bodies realized read is that now for quite some telling and I've done the best to encourage comedy and keep going this new. Ms Organizations Remember the commerce this Defense Association and we're very proud of our heritage and what we do and we're determined the comedy continue so what we try and do today a set up things for the future to ensure cobbling still carries on doesn't now and the benefits of it. Then suppose are this is partly a financial thing. I guess is the rights to use the land for animals in the fat. I suppose. Pardon me what's the barriers of entry alone. 'cause you don't need to go and by far but in reality you do because you need to land. I didn't tell you though. I mean what you could do. I mean you're more tired of the government. Some Lancelot company wants attached to it pretends coming in that way it's coming. It isn't a straightforward simple. Maybe turning on Moselle you gotta you gotTa know what you're doing you gotta have some idea of of of your stock could conditions and healthy. I things develop things. Go wrong if if you don't keep an eye on your animals and you go into the the cost you're going to see them every day and that's called commitment going out looking for animals. Every day they could be anywhere. Just two thousand acres of land and go to find your animals and you gotTa make sure they're

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Mandatory evacuation orders lifted in Tenaja Fire

WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Mandatory evacuation orders lifted in Tenaja Fire

"Angeles a wind fueled brush fire his continuing to tear through acreage A. B. C.'s Laura protested telling us the fires only about ten percent contained five hundred homes have received a mandatory evacuation orders another five hundred were urged to voluntarily evacuate they're all in and around the riverside county city of Murrieta which is about seventy miles southeast of Los Angeles roughly two thousand acres have burned so far to structures have been damaged the cause of the fire is still under investigation but it may have been sparked by a lightning strike there's no rain in the forecast that would help firefighters battled the flames and a thick dry brush brush that is not burned in the

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Following in the KFI twenty four hour news room the wildfire near Marietta has burned two thousand acres and is just ten percent contained hundreds of families remain under the occupation orders and six school districts and canceled classes for today the fires caused minor damage to two houses nearly nine hundred firefighters from seven agencies were out there yesterday the flame showed up Wednesday afternoon following some thunderstorms in the area six oh five in St on the news right now let's say hello to ABC's Mona because our OB E. Mona good morning so the news that the Pentagon was shifting over three and a half billion dollars from military projects to pay for the border wall with Mexico is facing bi partisan criticism. right as you can imagine Democrats are furious about the white house's decision but even some Republic Republicans are stepping up we have heard from senator Susan Collins who said that she didn't believe the president has the constitutional authority to divert the money Utah senator isn't Mitt Romney and Mike Lee also said that the move was disappointing and a call for Congress to restore the proper balance of powers between the three branches so it's not sitting too well with Republicans and Democrats to know that their states are going to be affected in Utah about fifty four million dollars will be diverted in military funds to on the border wall so when those opponents came out and said Hey we don't support this it's not that they weren't necessarily saying they didn't support the wall they just weren't supporting the allocation of funds right and that is a clear distinction that we need to make that Mitt Romney does support the president's decision to use a border wall to secure the southern border he's not he's for the border wall but he's saying sidestepping Congress and diverting funds isn't tied to the Congress and diverting funds that were allocated towards military construction projects isn't the way to go about finding the border wall the White House says that the project will be put on hold their not cancelled but they're also relying on Congress then to back fill the funds that are being did diverted right now and that's not a guarantee because Democrats are as I mentioned earlier the furious and it's not a guarantee that they will be on board for that and it's interesting to see I guess the I headlined were the bipartisan split when it comes to you the allocation of these funds because normally you have Republicans staying pretty quiet probably fighting the battle behind the scenes for so for at least the three lawmakers to step forward I mean that's kind of a big deal. it is and it's interesting to see how they went about doing it you had Mitt Romney and Mike Lee come out with a joint statement and again they focused a lot on the national emergencies act and said that that stripped away a lot of power from Congress and we've heard Republicans say that in the past where they're saying that we need to make sure that the powers that were given to Congress remain within Congress and not not taking away and shifted to the executive branch and again they're not saying that they're against the border wall they're not saying that their car standing on either opposed to the president or just saying that the way he went about doing this they don't agree with but staunch trump allies Lindsey Graham said a Majority Leader Mitch McConnell they're sticking by the president which is interesting because for example Mitch McConnell in his home state of Kentucky fort Campbell a middle school that was supposed to be built there and deal with overcrowding at the base is no is no longer going to be built can be put on hold it's one of the projects that will be stripped of its funds interesting that in in this is all in the name of what president trump is saying is national security right. it says that that that's what the White House is saying they're saying it is a national sick it's a matter of national security Democrats say this is not about that matter of national security and that they're putting on the country's security at risk by stripping funds away from the military the Democrats are also saying Hey you Mister president you said that Mexico is going to be paying for this wall not the military and their families all right Mona thank you so much and have a great weekend thanks for having me thanks you later ABC's Mona because our OB E.. there you go in and eat you have to understand too that for these legislators that are coming out even the ones who are Republicans who do support the wall there they have to answer to their constituents so of course it's on one hand you look at it you go will it's totally smart of them to come out and go how could you take this money away from my state from my people from my constituents and put it toward the wall. on the other hand they have to remember if they're supporting the wall then the president's gonna come back to them and go how much was the funnest thing granted they could turn that flip the conversation on him just like Democrats are doing in going yet told us that Mexico was gonna find the wall this was never supposed to be our burden in the first place. so again this is gonna be just another back and forth but those are the people at least coming out on the president's side who are upset that their funding is being taken away from their military projects all right some of the other stories were watching in the KFI twenty four hour news room. mesquite again. dish Orange County is even increase of two types the mosquitoes with the warmer weather the mosquito and vector controls Laurie young says dumping all standing water around a person's property can help control the pass the west Nile virus mosquitoes will breed in larger sources pools ponds the eighties and skaters are the ankle biters complete and smaller sources of water left in a leaf of a plant young AT says Anaheim and where to park will get truck mounted treatments next week due to a significant number of mosquitoes testing positive for west Nile she says with more mosquitoes turn up with west Nile it typically means more people will be contracting the virus well selling ugly fruits and veggies means treating them like they're human researchers from the university of Houston say more than a billion tons of produce get trashed each year because of small blemishes or signs of aging study participants compared regular produce some of it a bit older to produce that had been humanized like bananas sunbathing on a beach chair with a hat and umbrella or cucumber slices arrange to create a human like face the older humanize produce was rated much more desirable than the regular stuff researchers say they hope it leads to more creative and effective marketing of ugly produce Michael crozier K. if I need I love the banana with the hat and sunglasses great visual okay here's a visual. there's a guy in Maine. he allegedly play dead to fool as landlord because he was behind on his rent. Ted's Aaron's afford can add reportedly fallen behind. so he decided to play possum when his landlord showed up to collect on August twenty eighth. the landlord gets there and it's like oh my gosh might make ten it's dead he's unresponsive. so he called the police obviously called nine one one. cop show up they expect they're gonna find at least at least somebody unresponsive on the ground now. there's Aaron's conscious and responsive and I guess what he wasn't in need of medical attention. one of the officers were there. weird they found there was an outstanding warrant for his Aaron's after he allegedly failed to appear in court with regard to a criminal threat charge. this guy is a winner. there is was arrested on the warrant and officers took him to jail. this one I I don't what. we had a debate about this this morning. okay I'll tell you what the debate was about after I tell you the story. if you are somebody who's looking to memorialize a loved one who's passed on you might want to contact this father son do well there morticians at Ohio Michael sure would and his son Kyle is spent years developing a special process that preserves the person's skin. and their tattoos after they die. they said they came up with the idea over drinks with friends shocking one friend had recently lost his father and told the pair he wanted his dad's tattoo preserved. servers they kinda laughed it off but then the friends persistence got them thinking. the art in the tattoos and how much they mean to people why not keep them after they die. the sun tiles those people but ashes in our inside mantles and visit stones of their loved ones with names on them so when I keep their tattoos so eventually. highland Michael launch save my ink for ever which is a business that gives people the option to preserve their late loved ones tattoos as a piece of artwork process takes three to four months the tattoo is surgically cut off the body at the funeral home within seventy two hours of the person's passing and it can be done I guess before or after the embalming it says the process does not interfere with traditional viewing or cremation once done the parchment of tattooed skin is framed as a wall piece for the family to mount on their wall in remembrance of a lost loved one. now here's my favorite line there's no maintenance you just treat it as you would fine arts. we've got a picture of a KFI AM six forty dot com he would wake up call if you want to see what the dead skin tattoos on the wall look like. on one hand you go a very pretty you walk into somebody's house they've got this lovely little piece of artwork sitting over there in a frame okay fine and maybe for half a second this was the debate in the office you go yeah okay Alex is you know when actually they're very pretty I said sure they're very pretty until somebody goes Hey where'd you get that butterfly. that's just uncle Joe. don't you worry is big nature lover. really. we come back we'll talk with ABC sherry prestin and speaking of nature I know I'm gonna **** you out with this loch ness monster story. you think it's all mystical and mysterious. now I think there's a really logical explanation. kind of sad what the mystery to keep going let's see what's going on with this trouble spots robin checking out on the E. it won't come up where it is I just. yeah and that this is a still a trouble spot in Pomona on the westbound.

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What Happened at America's Secret Atomic City?

BrainStuff

08:30 min | 2 years ago

What Happened at America's Secret Atomic City?

"Putin. Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff. Production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff loin Vogel bomb here in September of nineteen forty two US army, Lieutenant General Leslie groves commander of the Manhattan project. Those secret US crash effort to develop the atomic bomb faced a critical decision. The project needed to produce uranium-235 an isotope of uranium who's unstable nucleus could be easily split trigger efficient chain-reaction and release enormous amount of destructive energy, but that would require a massive complex manufacturing process involving tens of thousands of workers which needed to be kept secret to thwart interference from spies and saboteurs. But the question was where those priscilla's possibly be hidden U S officials had already identified potential sites in several parts of the country, but all of them had drawbacks Shasta dam in California. For example, was too close to the Pacific coast and this Volna rebel air attack in several locations in Washington state would have required construction of long power lines to provide the massive amounts of electro. Needed for the work site in Illinois near Chicago was also out officials didn't want to be close to a big population centers since the potential health risks of the work were not clear, and it would have been easier for enemy Asians to blend in around a city. So instead groves quickly settled upon fifty two thousand acre. That's twenty one thousand Hector site in rural eastern, Tennessee later expanded slightly not only would it be inconspicuous to anyone outside of the sparsely populated area. But it was also close to hydroelectric plants operated by the Tennessee valley authority, which could supply the enormous amounts of electrically that the plans would require it was the perfect place to build both the Clinton engineer works, which would be the atomic complex and secret city to house the workers the government decided to call the secret city oakridge because it sounded quote, sufficiently bucolic and general according to an article in a nineteen sixty nine government review of the project, not long after choosing the area, the US government quietly started moving small farmers who had land on the site paying them compensation, but not telling them why then came trainloads full of construction equipment and building materials construction crews quickly erected the buildings that would comprise the nondescript we named campus as well as. Thousands of houses for scientists and workers. Many of the homes were be one flat tops, a designed fashion from prefabricated panels and roofing to save construction time building the secret industrial facilities and housing for workers cost around one point three two billion dollars. That's about eighteen point five billion in today's money that amounted to sixty percent of the Manhattan, project's total budget over the next few years oakridge grew into a community of seventy five thousand people. We spoke with de Ray Smith, a retired historian for the UAE twelve national security complex who also is the historian for these city of Oak Ridge and a columnist for the Oak Ridge or a local newspaper Smith explained people came from all over the world. Many of the scientists were Hungarians a lot came out of Germany and Great Britain. He explains that others were recruited for the Clinton engineering works by big US companies working on the Manhattan project who scoured campuses if US colleges and universities for bright students with needed science and technical skills. For example, a young chemist named Bill Wilcox who was approached by an Eastman Kodak recruiter in nineteen forty-three later recalled that he was only told that the job was some sort of secret war work. He said I asked where I'd be working. He wouldn't say it was secret. I asked what sort of work. I'd be doing. He wouldn't say it was secret Wilcox eventually ended up at the Clinton engineer works. According to Smith, those who turned down jobs might end up being drafted into a special engineering detachment of the US army. And sent to Tennessee anyway. Those atomic workers arrived at a place shrouded in secrecy, locals knew something mysterious was going on at the site. But only those who are part of the mission were allowed inside past. The guarded gates on the access roads, the atomic facilities themselves were surrounded by digital security. The work itself was highly compartmentalized. So that most people knew only about the small portion of the effort that they themselves were working on. And only a select few new. The overarching mission was to help make the atomic bomb access to buildings other than the one you were working in was highly restricted to keep information from getting out oakridge became a self contained community with most everything that its workers needed secret city had stores movie houses, a high school a Bank, a three hundred bed hospital, tennis and handball courts and even its own Symphony Orchestra led by a Manhattan project. Scientists people who live there tended victory gardens raised families, and led what was pretty much normal American existence. That is except for the secrecy that surrounded them in their work. A billboard reminded workers. Let's keep our traps shut. They knew they had to be cautious. Not to say anything about their jobs to anyone even their own spouses, a young scientists told one of the first reporters tried about the subject when Louis Feldstein would sit around the dinner table, and the strain was terrible. But it was all in the difficult effort of producing uranium-235. There's only a tiny amount of the stuff zero point seven percent in uranium or most of which is uranium two thirty eight which doesn't fit in as easily and above such as little boy. The one dropped on Hiroshima required. One hundred and forty one pounds. That's sixty four kilograms of uranium-235. You have to separate a lot of material to get that much to thirty five to solve that problem. The Clinton engineer works y twelve plant used special devices called Cal trans which utilized the electromagnetic separation process developed by Nobel winning physicist Ernest Lawrence, the university of California, Berkeley, the Cal trans used heat and powerful magnets to separate the two isotopes and then to collect just the uranium-235 isotope because it's so much lighter in weight together. Enough uranium-235 for the projects purposes, the y twelve facility employed twenty two thousand workers to run one thousand one hundred fifty two Kalua trans literally around the clock. Meanwhile, another part of the works. The x ten graphite reactor. Used neutrons emitted from uranium-235 to convert uranium two, thirty eight into an isotope of a different element. Plutonium two thirty nine another easily fissionable material suitable for making Tomek bombs as myth explains after x ten demonstrated that the process could work the actual plutonium used to make Fatman the bomb dropped on Nagasaki was produced in the b reactor at the Hanford engineer works near Richmond, Washington. Finally on August. Sixth nineteen Forty-five the world witnessed the results of the secret cities. Labor's when the United States dropped an atomic bomb containing uranium-235 produced there on the Japanese city of Hiroshima the Knoxville, Tennessee, new sentinels front page headline proudly proclaimed atomic super bomb made it oakridge strikes Japan that wasn't completely correct though, the uranium-235 came from Tennessee parts, the bomb were made it three different plants. So that none of them would have the complete design the destruction at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was horrific, and it was a or perhaps the turning point of the war. After the war. The various parts of the once secret, Tennessee, atomic complex were split up part eventually was reborn as the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which helped pioneer the field of nuclear medicine present isotopes for use intriguing cancer and as diagnostic tools in addition to doing cutting edge research areas ranging from nanotechnology to wireless, charging of electric vehicles and other portion became the twelve national security complex, which produced components for tens of thousands of thermonuclear weapons in the us arsenal during the Cold War and leader helped disassemble US and former Soviet nuclear weapons third part is now the site of the east Tennessee technology park, though, there's no evidence that German or Japanese spies ever managed to infiltrate the Clinton engineer works. A Soviet spy named George co Ville did manage to get a job there. And apparently passed along information about the atomic work to the Soviets in two thousand seven he was honored posthumously with a hero of the Russian federation medal. The nation's highest honor I Russian President

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What Was the Emu War?

BrainStuff

05:44 min | 2 years ago

What Was the Emu War?

"The story of the EMU war. It begins after World War One. When soldiers returned home to Australia. The government was eager to show its support for veterans take land, the government said grow wheat, and we'll pay handsomely for it. It was a mission for the bright and hopeful for men eager to, cultivate, their futures as they cultivated the soil in Western Australia. You could say the plan was flawed from the start the government had ninety thousand hector's that's two hundred twenty two thousand acres to go around. But that wasn't enough for the nearly five thousand veterans who wanted it land was doled out as it became available and the choicest lots were given away. I the remaining veterans Gotland in Perth, which was not ideal for farming. What's more in the years that followed the initial land handout in the early nineteen twenty s Western Australia, combated drought frost and a significant rabbit investation while veterans labored against the elements and the wildlife mounting financial challenges from the great depression. Threatened to undercut all they'd been promised the trillion government had initially pledged to pay the veterans four shillings per bushel of wheat. But the Bill tied to that son was killed in the Senate another Bill proposing three shillings per bushel actually passed, but the veterans were never paid at last in nineteen thirty-one the wheat bounty act made good on the government's promised to pay for wheat at the staggeringly low price of four and a half Pence per bushel. Let's put this in perspective Pence equivalent to pennies a shilling twelve Pence into their twenty shillings in a pound in today's market one. British pound is worth about a buck fifty. So these veterans were being promised smallish sums of money to start and delivered way. Less originally promised a fifth of a pound per bushel and settling for just one twentieth of a pound per bushel ten times less than what was promised. However, by this point, the veterans were desperate to make money off their wheat crops, and the stage was set for modestly fruitful harvest, no one could have anticipated. What happened next in the analysis of history? There's perhaps no stranger Afo. The Australian IMO a flightless bird. The can stand about six to half feet. That's two meters. Tall and weigh close to one hundred pounds. That's forty five kilograms and at an even stranger battle of man with machine-gun versus giant bird, the giant bird one. But in warfare. It's essential to know the enemy, so let's pause and examine the bird the dogs. The veterans. We spoke with Eric Slovak bird keeper at the Smithsonian national zoological park, he said ammos are solitary for the most part. They do get together in breeding seasons, but emus would prefer to be by themselves. The exception is when their foraging Slovak lichens that behavior to humans going out solo to a fast-food lunch. He said, you're at McDonalds around lots of people, but you're not socializing. You're just there for the food. Okay. So they're big solitary hungry birds. Not much of a threat. Right. Multiply that Emilia envisioning by twenty thousand that's how many descended upon Western Australia in nineteen thirty two until a decade earlier in nineteen twenty two emus had been a protected species. After that time they were reclassified as vermin Slovak explained. They'll eat anything. They can get their mouths on without hunting. They're grazers. They like nuts and berries baby grasses, which brings us back to wheat yet. They'll eat that faced with a seemingly endless buffet of it. The opportunistic birds homed in on the veterans plots beaten down by weather at a volatile financial market. The veterans leaned hard on the government help us they implored so one major GP w Meredith bound up leading a military offensive against the emails, but there were a few conditions. The veterans head to foot the Bill for the munition Lewis machine guns were used in EMU combat and the veterans had to provide food and lodging for the men assigned. To this curious mission as a side note as cinema tougher from FOX movie tone, accompanied the military to film, the Email effort historians assume the footage would have been used in propaganda films to illustrate how the government was aiding its veterans, but spoiler alert the mission didn't go exactly as planned armed with the knowledge that had slingshot can take down an ordinary bird, you might hazard, a guess that a machine gun could wipe out Imos easily, but you would be wrong Imos are made to run and win shot out. They're going to panic and they won't move at any reliable direction and Imos legs had neck move with elegant fluidity while their bodies. Stay parallel to the ground Slovak explained the body looks like a wave legs. Good left. The head goes to the right, and they run in all different directions like dropped marbles Meredith and his men couldn't get a straight shot at the emus who stayed out of range of machine guns. Even when enterprising veterans justed putting them on vehicles and pursuing the birds as they ran the military wasted a ton of ammunition. Only. Two hundred birds of the twenty thousand were actually killed and not only the emails evade the troops. They destroyed even more farmland in the process tearing up the ground wherever they ran the veterans were dispirited and their land was devastated. Meredith had a lot to answer for why had so much ammunition been wasted. And was the effort, even humane. Then there was the matter of money veterans promised to pay for the IMO, but the mission ultimately failed could be forgiven. This example, ridiculous history. Can't be tied up conclusively with a tidy bow and some details such as who was ultimately held responsible. For the cost of the munition are unclear we do know that the veterans learned painfully from past performance that rifles not machine guns or the best way to handle nuisance EMAS. They continued their war in a one to one battle veteran against bird. And the Australian government later place to bounty on EMAS to help control the population. But finally, we do suspect that the FOX and Matale gopher gots epoch B-roll while on location.

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For Georgia Farmer, The Trade Tariffs Are Personal

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:47 min | 2 years ago

For Georgia Farmer, The Trade Tariffs Are Personal

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast, the ongoing trade dispute between the US and China is clearly having an economic economic impact on both countries. But tariffs can also affect people on an individual level. Nowhere is that more apparent than in America's agricultural communities. Stacey van expense and Cardiff Garcia hosts of the podcast, the indicator from planet. Money spoke with one farmer whose livelihood is now on the frontlines of a trade war, David Reid farms, more than two thousand acres of peanuts and cotton here in Pinehurst, Georgia and his crop started coming in last year. He says it was glorious. Oh, yeah. We had this crop. We ever had in a few years. And then starting over the summer a couple of things happened. I a trade war broke out the US impose tariffs on Chinese goods and China retaliated with import taxes of its own among the US goods, it China started taxing were peanut butter and cotton, basically, everything they grow in this part of Georgia. Then a couple of months later this happened. Hi there. I'm Brooke Baldwin live here in Destin, Florida where we are covering the official landfall of hurricane Michael feel Ross. Sorry. I walked any. Any? Category with in prisons ethic. David lost about a third of his cotton crop and a couple of fields of peanuts to the peanuts grand there. That's what was last left after the storm peanuts grow underground like potatoes. And this field has peanuts all over the dirt. David picked a couple of. But they were rotten from all the water from the storm show was kind of soft Tim apart in his hands. See that was a good peanut when it came to just some we didn't get picked at the storm. He the peanuts and cotton that did survive walk straight out of a storm and into a trade war, China's peanut butter and cotton orders from the US collapsed overnight and the price that David was getting for his peanuts and cotton both fell by about thirty percent. And what had been shaping up to be one of the best years in David's entire farming career turned into one of the worst years Pete ever seen. You know, we we planned to make a lot of money this year, but lower see it. But hopefully, we don't break even break. Even and David says, he is one of the lucky ones, there's some foam foams just worried, you know, I've heard him help in say, I don't know if I most of I've this or not, you know, it's heartbreaking David says that the economic effects of the storm and the tariffs haven't just hit the farmers. They've hit the whole area is hurting a whole community and equipment dealer in the guy down. Treat the hardware store in everybody suffers in spite of everything though, David actually supports the terrace at that. Well, that's not good for the former now. But I think it's the right thing to do, you know, and I think President Trump doesn't right? Thank in mafia union. I think he did a good thing. David thinks the macro economic issues between the US and China are important enough that the sacrifice feels worth it to him. Now, the government is providing millions of dollars in aid to cotton farmers and supplementing a lot of the peanut losses. It doesn't make up for everything doesn't make up for all the losses. But David says he is not going to switch to another crop. Neither is anybody. He knows they're going to continue growing cotton. And peanuts just like always. Why is that is Sydney blood? You know, what they've always done. Stacey Vanik Smith Cardiff Garcia NPR news.

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Sure, then a year. Small one thousand acres overnight to one hundred forty two thousand acres. The death toll remains at sixty three first responders and family members are desperately searching for more than six hundred people missing in that campfire Tammy Caen ski says she drove from Ohio to northern California to find her family members. I'll ask Friday night. How to stop bad weather missing floor and on the way here. The next day was found one at the shelter. Authorities announced yesterday that the number of people missing a doubled overnight to at least six hundred thirty one forensic crews are searching through burned debris to find any sign of human remains several distinguished believe that Babe Ruth did not receive the medal of freedom. He was maybe that's why it's taken them a long time to get this award. This award should have been given to him a long time ago. I said you mean, Babe Ruth as it got it. We took care of that real fast. He noted that the medal of freedom is the nation's highest civilian honor. So far this year more than fifteen hundred people here in the bay state of died from confirmed opioid related overdoses, the Massachusetts department of public health released those figures today saying that the epidemic is now fueled by high level of Fenton all use the overall opioid related death toll is down slightly from a year ago due to a decline in prescriptions that have been written during the first nine months of twenty eight. Eighteen. Fire officials on Cape Cod. Ceo landscaper lost one of his legs. When it became trapped in a wood Chipper, firefighters and police responded to a home in Yarmouth at about ten this morning to find a worker, bleeding profusely and other workers, the landscaping company. Trying to help him firefighters applied attorney kit and took him to Cape Cod hospital. His name is not been released. WBZ news time is four thirty three. The Celtics take on the Toronto Raptors tonight at TD garden. The Bruins are in Dallas tonight to face the stars heading into your Friday night. Look for any standing water on.

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Two thousand acres of dry brush has burned and more than three hundred seventy structures. Mostly homes have been destroyed the fire. There's now saying is twenty percent contained a damage estimate is weighing in about twenty six and a half billion dollars. So far, southern California. Edison is being investigated by state regulators for its possible role in the Wolsey fire. According to California, Public utilities commission, electrical infrastructure may have suffered malfunctions near the fires. Ground zero on Thursday s e issued an alert to the CPU UC that a substation circuit near the Wolsey fire origin had relaid or sensed a disturbance on the circuit itself. And that was just two minutes before the Cal fire said the fire began SCE will says it's going to be performing internal investigation. But the fire situation, of course, has made it. Difficult to access the area where the fire began PG and is also under investigation for its possible role in that deadly campfire, northern California governor Jerry Brown, pushing the president to declare a major disaster, which would allocate more federal emergency funds. Most evacuations remain in place, including the cities of Malibu Calabasas. However residents in some other areas are being allowed home, including a Gora hills Westlake village oak park, north ranch and Newbury park, one of the most popular areas in Malibu, however is struggling to recover from the blaze Malibu's, Leo Correo. State parks suffered a good amount of damage in the blaze which sparked last week just how much damage isn't yet known but the visitors center and a lifeguard..

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Two thousand acres and his twenty percent contained at this morning's press briefing LA county fire chief Daryl Osborne, had this to say about when firefighters will get the upper hand on this deadly fire was far one hundred percent containment. We'll be on here for the next week or two mop the Spiro more than thirty two hundred firefighters are working to make sure the fire does not jump the containment lines. But that's tough work with strong Santa Ana winds gusting again today to new fires starting to rage near the Wolsey fire burn in the area. Lynn fire is one of them. It's popped up at ten o'clock this morning in Thousand Oaks, it's burned about fifteen acres of dry brush. So far structures are threatened, but firefighters are making pretty good progress on it in the Santa suit. Zanna pass a second fire right up against the one eighteen freeway, which is closed in both directions. You'll hear more about that momentarily. This fire has burned at least ten acres, and there are air-dropping. Ships overhead water, dropping ships overhead trying to get the upper hand on this fire before it gets out of hand. If you live in the burn zones water district officials want to use bottled water whenever you can. And boil your tap water for at least a minute before drinking, brushing your teeth or cooking fire expert says there have been more fires in California in recent years, and Christina Kelly has this part of the story. Geological survey. Fire scientists Dr John Kelly says the big reason for the increase frequency of major fires is lack of rainfall southern California has been in a drought since two thousand twelve the impact of that drought. Seven years of drought is there's massive die off of the vegetation in the hills surrounding these communities. Says there's been more settlement in areas at risk for fire. People do like to live adjacent to wildland areas. And those without a doubt are the most susceptible to destruction from wildfire. Dr Kelly was a guest and McIntyre in the morning, I'm Christina Kelly. KABC news all the smoke in the air up in northern California due to the campfire could impact the giants forty Niners Monday night football game. The game is supposed to be played in Santa Clara, just south east of San Francisco. And if the air quality worsens from the campfire, there's a chance the game could be we scheduled and move to a different stadium. If the game goes on as planned fans will have the option to wear a mask to prevent the elation of smoke particles on Sunday fans at the raiders chargers game in Oakland were also handed out air safety masks, Lisa g NBC, News Radio. Investigators continue to look into the mass shooting that took place at the borderline bar and grill and Thousand Oaks last week. They'll return to the scene where the gunman shot and killed twelve people before turning the gun on himself. Officials say they are still working on a possible motive FBI has been trying to track the shooter's digital footprint comic. Book legend, STAN Lee is dead at the age of ninety five the co creator of superheroes like spider man, the fantastic four and the x men passed away today after being rushed to the hospital from his Hollywood hills..

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Nine. I worked seventy seven days straight twenty four hour days Let you grab a cat nap. Than back door so from sitting around the next year to, seventy, seven, days straight, big fires aren't anything new here's a. Couple of historical fires the great, fire of nineteen ten. Burned parts of eastern Washington northern. Idaho western Montana and a little bit of British Columbia free million acres are about. Forty seven hundred square miles well there's a little perspective That would be helpful if. Anybody through in when they're, talking about clearly, global warming is making fires worse. Yeah the tunnel fire in. Nineteen ninety in the Oakland Hills wasn't really big it was. Sixteen hundred acres but lost twenty nine hundred structures in nineteen seventy seven the year before Mark started the. Marble cone fire in Monterey County burned one hundred and seventy, eight thousand acres two hundred seventy. Eight square miles the current record, for California's the Mendocino complex three hundred and two thousand acres, currently, burning, is still, growing he also says here a couple, of conversion factors for you one, equivalent of a football. Field, without the end zones That is a good thing, to be able to. Picture then he mentioned that there are six hundred forty acres in square miles you know it's funny we have. Some. Listeners who say you stop giving it in hundreds of thousands of acres. Give it in square miles I disagree a people can picture an acre people have. Stood on a lot and said wow. This is a great yard yeah it's an acre but nobody can picture square mile because you can't see. It to me unless you're, a gifted cartographer, something like that so anyway stop. Your kitchen thanks for the. Information is always good many includes some very handy in interesting. Information about California employee pensions so thank you Mark so Couple. Of things on the. Far First of all I think it takes a lot. Of the fun out of it if you're trying to make the global, warming argument, when you talk about you know a. Fire being the biggest fire ever and then, if in the top ten list you have some from the eighteen hundreds or, the early nineteen hundreds or? Whatever, really ruined your narrative right well and and you really don't even need to go there, if you, if you're talking about you know in the last, decade or two or. Even three the difference in temperatures Fairly subtle you know maybe there. There, have been a. Couple of, bad droughts but there have been a. Couple of bad droughts like every. Couple of decades Frawley, human history my wife watching the Facebook from high school friends and. All that sort of stuff that still live around where she's from that's, all burned, up most of it now she said. She can't even look at it anymore because, it immediately goes to anybody who votes Republican deserves to have their house burned, down you know that sort? Of, thing while because of the global warming belief in his humanity yeah it's pretty rough I, mean not, enough to do anything about it nobody called the, FBI on me but Human beings just amaze me it's just real quickly so back to. The subtle, difference in temperature there have always been droughts blah blah, blah that is not an argument that there's no climate change it's not even I'm not I. Don't intend it to be it's also not proof that there is climate change what happened a logic what where's logic is. Logic dead somebody poke. Logic and see. If you're gonna wake it up there's also as we talked about the other day if there are eight reasons fires are getting worse which I'm. Not sure, is that is that absolutely known that fires are getting worse is that a. Given, fact I'd have. To see, the data I I don't know as. Mark pointed out nineteen seventy seven, was Us newsletter it? Was like we'll never have a. Fire again the nineteen seventy eight was nightmare so I don't know Even, if they were if you're gonna. Listen eight reasons why they're getting, worse you know land-management this that? Restructures, blah blah blah on the list of things if global warming plays, a role which can you do anything about. Well if we try, really? Hard and. Somehow get Indian China on board we could change the. Direction, of global. Warming maybe fifty, here years right so right I'm, not sure anybody can do much. About that one yeah You know I find as I. Travel around Iowa that. It's? Usually young. People ask me about global warming geez how did she. Lose One more thought though that the, global warming thing is, so much, richer a gold mine for virtue signalling you get lots of Social Credit for ranting about that online you know ranting on you know. We need to better maintain the forests in our. Forestry procedures over the next four last forty years have been naive, in an ill-considered you're not gonna get any social currency for that so that's a lot of what motivates the writing and raven online. And, it's just it's completely illogical as you point out, Blair looking at a video yesterday. And I've always wondered about, this disaster areas I'm I, realized the media needs. To cover this. Stuff so people know what's. Going on I kind of get it but so. There's this woman she's got her property she stayed there the fires pretty. Damn close she's got hoses and buckets and. Stuff like, that and these little tiny fires keep popping up various places on our property so she goes, over. And puts them out Trying to keep the hoping they can. Keep the big fire from the house as long as one of the. Little fires doesn't catch on man that's a dramatic, video of it and she's just like working like. Crazy by yourself with buckets and hoses trying to put out these little, then run to the next one, how do you not pick hey you with the camera f., in camera and helped, me carry, a bucket or find something else to do rather than stand there and film me trying to save my house be hard not to. Feel that way I'm working my ass off to. Try to keep everything I own from burn up you're standing there, with a camera it's dramatic footage man l. people stay in tune through the commercial break it bleeds it leads if there's fire it. Goes, higher that's the rule in the news business and, I realized that's the nature of. Journalism I've thought since I, was a little kid it's, always seemed weird to. Me when the. Journal is h urine Elizabeth. When you got somebody would videotape of some starving. Kids in Africa and I think that the person with the camera they. Probably got a van and food and water How do you how do you Just seems weird but yeah you're trying to. You're trying to document the plight. That's. What you're trying to do exactly, the? Plate. Needs to be documented Jack yeah the lady with the. Fire popping up near a house I'm not sure that. Plight does need to be documented that's just to keep you tuned in through the commercial, breaks which don't dare tune out stay..

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Trump letter to Kim Jong Un handed to North Korea foreign minister at ASEAN meeting

Dr Bernie Portner, The Moving Body

01:17 min | 2 years ago

Trump letter to Kim Jong Un handed to North Korea foreign minister at ASEAN meeting

"And it's come from every possible angle other? Countries other states they've spun out of our academic institutions as well as our biotech and our pharma companies and. We expect that Christ to continue, long into the future and NJIT is blind for talent for companies for. Entrepreneurs to do that important work NJIT New Jersey institute of technology, learn more at storiesofinnovation dot NJIT. Dot EDU Now the new secretary of state Mike. Pompeo is headed North Korea's foreign minister a letter from. President Trump during summit of southeast Asian nations today correspondent at least lab reports the move is part of the diplomatic process now. The two leaders meet they have to exchange letters that every gathering that the US and North Korea are Ben they're just pretty. Much generally say we wanna continue we're committed to our agreement greetings thousands of firefighters. Continue to battle the car wildfire in northern California Heather Williams of Cal fire says there's a danger of more blazes breaking out or you're definitely going to see some red flag warnings in the area till nine PM tonight whether it's hot and, dry and firefighters have been battling against that for the past week really hoping to make, some ground this weekend so we do know that there will be a factor the wildfire has destroyed more than one thousand homes and charred almost one, hundred forty two thousand acres, the.

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on KGO 810

"We well before two thousand acre really is something you look at for Obama and it's? Upbringing, and then in nineteen ninety. Nine John McCain's faith of our Father's. Which reminds you to John McCain at a, very heroin story in Hanoi and he. Comes from a long line of naval officers and really, just helped creaky image. Who John McCain not just a maverick with. The patriots so those are two good stories, but here's the challenge for any candidate who wants to go down that Roach on a story that is compelling to read about a, lot of politicians for the, presidency their life stories just aren't that remarkable when you get down to, it right they've spent their lives being politicians shaking. Hands and now, they're actually doing something running for the presidency and what can they talk, about Bill because these books are, coming and we can believe this looks like the democratic field I wanna turn, to? The Republican field? Which is dominated by the president of the United States. There's some recent polls at w a Wall Street Journal NBC and now the an, aggregate poll of Gallup indicating that the president's poll numbers which were ghastly are now merely ordinarily bad that's a. Trend however and within that there are a lot of details What do. You see in these polls that the Democrats will seize on these campaigners for twenty twenty launching books I think they will seize on they will probably take the bait and they will. Go for example for, the Washington Post poll which shows that about it Republicans did not like his performance at Helsinki and they will think that, the more they beat on Donald. Trump the more will disaffected Republicans. Discourage them to vote and they'll overlook two important things that your. Number one post Helsinki despite the raft of bad news. Coming down on Donald Trump's head and, some real Atlanta's things said about him committing acts of treason so forth Trump's poll numbers actually held steady he's. At about forty five percent of. The Wall Street Journal number the Washington Post ABC hasn't, done around, forty two percent Mike Weaver, collie rivers who pulls for Yougov and the New York Times also has some down around in the low forties. Trump's numbers just don't move much John he just used. Just he's locked in just? As Democrats are locked in against the more compelling number is actually the congressional generic where Democrats have about a six or nine, percent advantage I'm gonna raise something interesting here the smartest move for the Democrats might be not to beat up on Donald Trump but actually talk about their own message because they're in a position where people want to vote for, Democrats the house and moving Donald. Trump eating up on Donald Trump. Doesn't seem to do much in terms of hurting Donald Trump so. Maybe they need to focus on the road act what. About these presidential candidates Harris from California Our Sanders, from Vermont do they see anything in those polls with that will change their styles for. Twenty twenty that's what they're looking at know they seem. To be on their own twenty twenty Pathan Here's a really. Good example of this Kirsten gillibrand who was at the the, OSCE fest in New, York over the weekend and. Did a round table discussion and she talked to no uncertain terms. About abolishing ice John if, you go to the heartland..

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Fast-spreading California wildfire nears Yosemite park

Ron St. Pierre

03:03 min | 2 years ago

Fast-spreading California wildfire nears Yosemite park

"NewsRadio, nine twenty four seven FM good morning Monday July twenty third the start of a stretch of real. Muggy stuff unfortunately well some. People love this stuff but it's going to be oppressive until. Maybe first, day Friday at the latest before it breaks some morning showers. Today he's he's sunshine to follow, in sticky conditions high eighty to seventy three degrees right now. Fire crews and California's struggling to get hold of that wildfire that's threatening us seventy national. Park the Ferguson fire grew to over twenty thirty. Two thousand acres thirty two thousand acres this weekend and there's only six percent contained believe, it or not and it's burning just west of that park. Yosemite but it's, shut down a main road into the. Park as well as a, campground in the park, and that happened last week midweek park officials also warning visitors about the, air quality there, they say visited should expect limited visibility and should limit their outdoor activities this, fire jumped River. Burning in the national forest were massive wildfire burned. Back in two thousand thirteen the number of firefighters battling that inferno is now, past three thousand and they, just can't. Get, control of that fire that's threatening us seventy what. Only. Six, percent controlled three people drowned, at beaches in North Carolina due to dangerous rip currents so if you're going to the beach you know you better. Listen to the lifeguards to and listened carefully, here in the ocean state because we have, some serious, rip currents happening now to now North Carolina two of the deaths happened at separate. Beaches in Brunswick county and a third just miles north of New, Hanover county there was a, moderate rip current warning in place, for most of the. Coast of North Carolina over the weekend twenty, year, old man died after being swept away by a rip current off sunset beach at about two in. The afternoon on Saturday beachgoers. Did try to save him by performing CPR but unfortunately he. Was pronounced, dead at the hospital another man drowned at Holden beach in. North Carolina while Trying to help somebody get. Free from a rip current officials said there the other person was safely brought to shore third swimmer died at rights Phil beach around eleven. In the morning on Saturday lifeguards pulled the man out of the ocean, but he had already stopped. Breathing so fatal incidents happening at three, separate beaches, in North Carolina today US defense officials meet with defense officials from Australia in Palo Alto California here's FOX's Jessica Rosenthal Defense Secretary James Mattis and secretary of. State Mike Pompeo will host their Australian counterparts at Stanford University, doesn't look like they're any planned public events but the. State Department says the two countries have a lot to talk about governance encouraging private sector growth and trade especially now that the president has pulled us out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Australia considered a key ally is exempt from the steel and aluminum. Tariffs imposed on others including China but this discussion. Is also, largely focused on the military so discussion. Topics include security in the Indo Pacific region North Korea And the work both countries are. Doing in Iraq and Syria especially in combating. ISIS Jessica Rosenthal Fox News..

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on KOMO

"Fires burn between a thousand two thousand acres and it's just twenty percent contained fire spokesman randy sheppard says they've allowed people to return home but have worn them to be ready to lead a good secure line please stay will receive some federal help with this fire after fema granted the request state workers want to quit their union say they've run into trouble so one leading republican wants to know what governor inslee plans to do about state senate republican leader mark chesler says he's written two letters to the governor following the us supreme court's decision that allows state workers to opt out of union membership the senator says workers who've asked to be taken off the unions roles and to quit paying the dues that go with them were met with union response is he describes a scare tactics or attempts to avoid the request to withdraw from the union public employees told just the opposite that they have to reverse communicate and make it cumbersome impossible for the union boss obtain their freedom from union boss the governor's office says the state office of financial management sent a letter to chesler with the instructions to state agencies which say it will stop taking union dues members as of this week's payday ryan harris komo news more accusations of physical misconduct are made against a former tacoma church pastor pastor dean curry was dismissed from life center assembly of god last week after church leaders asked him about allegations made by parisioners now former church board member has filed formal complaints with federal and state agencies alleging prior instances of sexual misconduct by city curry with female church employees and congregation members in a statement to the tacoma news tribune at church board members said they did an investigation into the latest allegations but concluded there was no reason to investigate further new study suggests the king county sheriff's office should be more detailed when it comes to accepting complaints about employee conduct this is a thirty eight page report conducted by an outside law firm with suggestions to the office of law enforcement oversight or oleo the group that oversees sheriff's office among their findings more than forty five percent of complaints taken about deputy conduct were filed improperly polio's adrian watson says the report photo would be better to have a more straightforward and transparent filing process the inconsistencies also revealed the significant potential for intentional misclassification of complaints she says most of this research focused on the way things were run under the old shares in the new one seems more receptive to making changes charlie harder komo news.

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington i'm nora raum authorities in thailand have begun an operation to bring twelve boys and their coach out of the flooded caves where they've been trapped for the past two weeks officials say the rescue could take as long as four days depending on the weather the bbc's jonathan head reports from the scene off today's days of pondering it's difficult options the tiger government has decided to go ahead with this risky operation to extracts the boys from the caves the regional governor describes today as d day the water inside the cave is its lowest level he said the boys are strong and ready if we wait the rains will come he said a team of eighteen divers went in at ten o'clock this morning to accompany the first group of boys out they plan to arrest them in a cave before making the last easier walk out to the entrance and from there to hospital the bbc's jonathan head the us department of justice wants more time to reunite children who are separated from their parents by the us government while crossing the border as k q e d john's sepulveda's reports the government is supposed to begin reification on tuesday on monday the government wasco san diego federal judge to give them more time to reunify children under the age of five with their parents the government says there are one hundred one children under five years old who have been separated although that number could actually grow the aco use a nod balakrishnan is part of the team suing the government and he says a recent executive order by president trump still allows for limited family separations to occur so it's possible that there will continue to be separations this maybe not on the scale that we've seen over the past several months the number of separated children in government custody actually grew by a third to three thousand after the executive order was issued for npr news i'm john sepulvado in san diego firefighters continue to battle several large wildfires burning in northern california from member station k q e d ryan lee reports california officials issue new mandatory evacuation order saturday for the klamath and fire which has been burning near the california oregon border since thursday the fire has killed one person scorch twenty two thousand acres and is twenty percent contained further south firefighters are making steady progress battling the county fire burning west of sacramento that's despite high temperatures and low humidity says cal fire spokeswoman blanca marcado for us on the ground it just makes it that much harder for us because everything's dry and ripe and ready to burn containment on that fire which has burned eighty eight thousand acres rose to fifty five percent on saturday firefighters expect to have it fully contained by thursday for npr news i'm ryan levy in san francisco a medical helicopter crashed in the south side of chicago last night officials say four people were injured one critically no one on the ground was hurt you're listening to npr news in turkey more than eighteen thousand civil servants were fired today as the government continues its purge of suspects in a failed coup two years ago almost half of those who lost their jobs where police officers president reggie of tie of erdal on says the dismissals were necessary to protect national security he'll be sworn in tomorrow to another five year term the country is switching from a parliamentary system to an executive presidency that critics say we'll give the president too much power legendary comic book artists steve did co has died at the age of ninety npr's windsor johnston reports he helped create a series of aerobic guarantors ditka was best known for his role in creating spiderman he was also the creative force behind other icon characters like doctor strange iron man and the incredible hulk he got his professional start in nineteen fiftythree working in the studio of joe simon and jack kirby it was during the time dicko began his long association with charlton comics where he worked in the genres of science fiction horror and mystery he later worked with dc comics including the revamp of the long running character the blue beetle did go was inducted into the comic industry's jack kirby hall of fame in nineteen ninety the cause of his death is unknown windsor johnston npr news tropical storm warnings are posted in guadeloupe dominica and the caribbean as tropical storm beryl approaches it had been the first atlantic hurricane of the season before being downgraded yesterday the region is still recovering from hurricane maria last year i'm nora raum npr news support for npr comes from heather stirred hager and paul g hager supporting african wildlife foundation working to ensure the future of africa's wildlife and wild lands learn more at awf dot org and americans for the arts at americans for the arts dot org.

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North Korea: US is making 'gangster-like' demands on denuclearisation

02:00 min | 3 years ago

North Korea: US is making 'gangster-like' demands on denuclearisation

"Nbc news radio i'm monica nelson a rescue effort is underway for the youth soccer team trapped in a flooded cave and thailand the thorny say the decision to begin the mission to rescue the boys was made due to the dropping oxygen levels and the threat of more monsoon rains a team of thirteen divers and five navy seals entered the cave to start the operation a pair of divers will take each boy out one at a time there are differing versions over the success of the latest meetings with north korea us secretary of state mike pompeo says there's progress in denuclearizing the nation but north korea media says the deal may not go through we had detailed and substantive discussions about the next steps towards a fully verified and complete denuclearisation north korea's state media described the us attitude as regrettable instead american officials came with a gangster like mindsets firefighters battling record heat or making headway against fires burning across california the holiday fire is now eighty percent contained in some manner dettori evacuation orders are being lifted a deadly wildfire along the california oregon border is now twenty percent contain the twenty two thousand acre clemma thon fire has destroyed at least a dozen buildings a body was found in a burned out home americans in parts of haiti are being told to shelter in place as violent demonstrations continue on the island nation due to protests against fuel price increases order by the government angela anderson has more about one hundred twenty americans are trapped in a hotel in the capital port of france after protesters tried to set it on fire and storm the building police were able to keep them out the us embassy told americans on the island not to attempt to travel or drive through roadblocks and avoid any large gathering mark zuckerberg is moving up in the world but facebook ceo is now the third richest person in the world passing up investor warren buffet on the bloomberg billionaires index zakar is now worth nearly eighty two billion dollars amazon's jeff bezos is number one on the list with a hundred and forty billion and microsoft founder bill gates came in at number two you're listening to the latest from nbc news radio.

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To battle several large wildfires burning a northern california for member station k q e ryan lee reports california fficials issue new mandatory evacuation orders saturday for the klamath and fire which has been burning near the california oregon border since thursday the fire has killed one person scorch twenty two thousand acres and is twenty percent contained further south firefighters are making steady progress battling the county fire burning west of sacramento that's despite high temperatures and low humidity says cal fire spokesman blanca marcado for us on the ground it just makes it that much harder for us 'cause everything's dry and ripe and ready to for containment on that fire which has burned eight thousand acres rose to fifty five percent on saturday firefighters expect to have it fully contained by thursday for npr news i'm ryan levy in san francisco protesters shut down a portion of a major expressway and chicago saturday michael pointy from member station wbz in chicago says the protesters are demanding more resources to combat gun violence their call to action was loud and clear sure it down they did for three hours the busy dan ryan expressway toward downtown chicago from the crime play communities on the south side organizer of father michael pfleger a roman catholic priest says the shutdown is to gain attention of elected officials we want good schools we want more jobs we want economic development we want state legislation of federal legislation on guns we want the west side and the south side to look at the north end academic the state's governor tweeted the protests is unacceptable with demonstrators causing chaos for npr news on michael point there in chicago barrel the first hurricane of the atlantic season weakened to a tropical storm saturday but it's still expected to dump heavy rain over the lesser antilles at the end of the weekend on its way to the eastern caribbean bringing a new threat to islands still rebuilding from last year storms this is npr news state media in north korea is downplaying hopes for quick denuclearization deal in a pointed rebuke to president trump's top on voi accusing the us of making gangster like demands secretary of state mike pompeo wrapped up two days of talks in the north korean capital on saturday saying his discussions had been productive but that much more work needs to be done a private equity firm buying harvey weinstein's movie studio says it's deal will include payments to hollywood actors who claimed to be owed money as bobby allen reports the actor say the disgraced movie producers company owes millions after harvey weinstein's downfall his influential studio the weinstein company also cratered officials from texas base lantern capital say as part of its two hundred and eighty nine million dollar acquisition of the studio alice actors who say they were stiffed will be compensated the disputed payments were lodged by actors including robert deniro and bradley cooper who say they each are owed nearly a million dollars for the roles in the movie silver linings playbook a fight over the payments nearly scuttled the deal which still needs to be approved by a bankruptcy judge in delaware on monday weinstein who is free on bail will appear in court in manhattan on new sexual assault charges lawyers for the oncepowerful producers say he will plead not guilty bobby allen npr news new york croatia ended russia's surprising world cup run with afford a three penalty shootout victory in the quarterfinals croatia will next play england in the semifinals on wednesday in moscow and the other semifinal belgium plays france on tuesday.

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on X96

X96

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on X96

"You tell you in a basin have bolstered the state's largest wildfire on wednesday pushing the blaze further northwest and prompting new residential evacuations and the closure of highway forty this is the dollar ridge fire and duchenne county it's now burned about forty two thousand acres and jump the highway roads around there are still closed highway forty around there is still closed shows no signs of of slowing down it's only about four percent contained coach man are you going to do this again did two hours what's fill about coach love coachman coach ron mcbride was having a wedding at his house and he has a few dog three dogs well you're having a wedding the dogs getting away they might be upset by all the people so they took him to a boarding facility called the unleashed dark hotel in murray now the dark hotel had some dogs there that were aggressive and they clear the room where his dr christa who's a golden or i'm sorry german shepherd they cleared a room of just the regular dogs to bring in these two aggressive dog so they could play in the safety of not hurting other dogs however krista was asleep in the corner ron mcbride's dog was there and they didn't see her and the dogs the too aggressive ones and ron mcbride's dog were left alone for fifteen minutes and there's video which you should not watch available because it's a legal thing i didn't click on it but i thought you can look at that and ron mcbride's dog was mauled to death and i don't know what they're so sad about the place offered him three hundred dollars so that's the thing apparently what happened was not against the law like there's no like so so of course the mcbride's called the police and said those horrible thing that happened they said you know it's it's buyer beware basically they said it's equivalent to taking a shirt to the dry cleaner and you're trusting the dry cleaner to clean it and they they ruined your shirt so they just replace your shirt so they figured well the dogs worth about three hundred dollars we'll give you three hundred dollars no no that's a that's a family member yes dogs are family they aren't shirts so that's why i don't have a pet i don't have room in my heart for another family member so well you need some shirts this a brand new shirt it says bear beer not bear beer did you think you bought a bear shirt oh okay beer that's funny i thought it said bear residents of world cup host city samara or being urged to have you seen this theory no have been urged to take showers in pairs yes because of.

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on KOMO

"The state patrol kicks off a new emphasis patrol tomorrow and emergencies owns troopers will be looking for people who drive too close when emergency vehicles are stopped on the side of the road state law requires you to slow down and change lanes in those cases to keep officers and first responders out of danger as examples the state patrol has been posting scenes of closed calls on their website all this week emergency repairs putting the west seattle low level bridge out of commission flashing gates they are down leading drivers know and bicycles that they cannot go across this bridge to stay away because drivers unable to use the low level bridge swing bridge that means a lot more people will be up on the high level bridge here and workers were inspecting the bridge when they found a leak of hydraulic fluid coming from the part of the bridge it swings it around to let votes through will they shut down the bridge last night to start emergency work on the leak dot says the bridge will not be back open to cars and bikes for possibly up to a week maybe even more they say if the leak had not been found so soon it could've causing severe damage to the bridge crews will not know just how bad the situation is until they get in there to take a look and that's the work they're going to start doing today all the extra traffic on the high level bridge though certainly going to be a pain for drivers coming out of west seattle and the thousands of people who bike to work every day from west seattle for this morning is going to be a tough go of it they're gonna have to go on a long detour almost there in zone there the man hailed as a hero for shooting and killing a man on a violent rampage and tom water sharing his story of last sunday evening or tragic and shocking from all points of view back on sunday pastor and paramedic david george used his gun to stop tim day from shooting at people during a series of attempted carjackings george was shopping at walmart with his family when he heard the first shots says what he did was necessary meanwhile a federal public health agency reporting some reassuring news when it comes to to firefighting foam chemicals the draft study from the agency for toxic substances and disease registry says when these chemicals known as p f a s end up in drinking water supplies they pose health risks at much lower levels than the current safety guidelines established by the environmental protection agency these chemicals have been found to exceed epa standards in five drinking water systems in our state and dozens of private wells near firefighter training areas where the phones have been used this report comes as the state department of health prepares to test several hundred other drinking water systems and get a better idea about the scale of the problem the states also considering whether to set its own standards gregg hersholt komo news firefighters scrambling to control a new wildfire in our state is called the milepost twenty two fire in kittitas county the fire started late last night and has already grown to about two thousand acres the fire threatening homes a level one evacuation order isn't place that means the people who live in the area should be aware that that danger exists the state has a fire.

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The martian atmosphere but researchers say they don't know the reason mortgage interest rates which have been on the rise over the past year appear to be showing some signs of leveling off long term rates fell this week for the second straight week mortgage buyer freddie mac reporting an average rate on a thirty year fixed rate loan tick down to just over four and a half percent the rate on a fifteen year loan is now just over four percent on wall street today the dow closed up ninety five points the nasdaq was down fifty four points this is npr and this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson the new jersey supreme court has upheld two hundred and twenty five million dollars settlement between exxon mobil and the state but environmentalists are not happy former governor chris christie approved the settlement in two thousand fifteen after this date initially saad eight point nine billion dollars in damages against exxon for dumping chemicals in nearly two thousand acres of wetlands in bayonne and linden the lawsuit was initially filed back in two thousand and four by former governor jim greedy there's no longterm funding federal plan for a new hudson river train tunnel but wnyc washington correspondent john o'connor reports for now the project has enough money to get the ball rolling president trump personally opposes the gateway project that will expand rail service between new york and new jersey and that's left funding for the thirty billion dollar proposal up in the air but gateway spokesperson stephen sigmund says for now there's enough state and federal money to get the job started these are big transformational projects but there actually made up of lots of small incremental projects along the way gateway is relying on annual federal spending bills while longterm federal.

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Giuliani adamant Trump would fight Mueller subpoena to testify in Russia probe

Snap Judgement

02:22 min | 3 years ago

Giuliani adamant Trump would fight Mueller subpoena to testify in Russia probe

"Live from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston attorneys for president trump say they'll contest any effort to force him to testify in front of a grand jury in the russia investigation special counsel robert muller is looking into whether the trump campaign colluded with russia and whether the president obstructed justice npr's camilla domino ski reports if trump continues to refuse to sit down for an interview muller might issue a subpoena to force the president before a grand jury rudy giuliani one of trump's lawyers told abc's this week how his team would answer such a subpoena we'll say hey you got everything you need you got one point four million documents you have twenty witnesses president is given every explanation and correct and sean that we're missing persons you've got everything in it what it is for he noted that prosecutors often do not interview central subjects and must make a decision anyway man up and make your decision giuliani's comments come after the new york times published a confidential memo written by different trump lawyers in january that memo said trump can't be forced to testify and also can't obstruct justice because he is the country's chief law enforcement officer camilo domino sqi npr news a massive wildfire is continuing to spread in new mexico deborah martinez reports the youth park fire has grown to thirty two thousand acres and officials feared lightning strikes could ignite additional blazes almost one thousand residents of two communities in northeast new mexico had to be evacuated as the utah park fire doubled in size to forty two square miles officials haven't determined the cause of the blaze but most of new mexico is under severe drought severe thunderstorms are looming and that rain could cause flooding in the burned areas of the sangha the crystal mountains shelters are offering cots warm meals to displaced residents as they wait were word that they can return home three hundred homes are threatened and a dozen empty buildings have been destroyed at a boy scout ranch near cimarron more than five hundred firefighters are battling the blaze in rugged terrain using air tankers and helicopters equipped with giant water buckets for npr news i'm deborah martinez in amman jordan demonstrators turned out for another day of protests against the.

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Officials ID 2 climbers who died after falling from Yosemite's El Capitan

The Splendid Table

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Officials ID 2 climbers who died after falling from Yosemite's El Capitan

"The media he also reiterated there was no collusion with russia windsor johnston npr news washington from sercretary jim madison north korea must demonstrate verifiable and near reversible steps towards denuclearization if it's to get any relief from united nations sanctions speaking in singapore the bbc recorded him saying the road to the summit between president trump and north korea's leader kim jong un would be a bumpy one we must maintain a strong collaborative defensive stance so we enable aren't diplomat to go shopping from a call position of strength in this critical time especially now we must remain vigilant we will continue to implement all u n security council resolutions on north korea mattis speaking there on the final day of a security conference in singapore and you're listening to npr news crews working to contain wildfires burning in northern new mexico and southern colorado may get some help from the weather today the national weather service downpours are expected in the region this afternoon officials say the youth park fire and colfax counties threatening some three hundred homes in the town of cimarron where ficials issued a mandatory evacuations on friday it's destroyed about a dozen buildings at the boy scouts feigned philmont ranch a second wildfires burning north of durango colorado that fires foresee evacuation of some five hundred homes but together officials say the fires have burned some thirty two thousand acres to rock climbers have died after falling from the el capitan granite cliff in northern california's yosemite national park park rangers are investigating the accident daniel carson reports on what happened park rangers and search and rescue personnel found the bodies at the bottom of the el capitan granite formation they were identified as forty six year old jason wells from boulder colorado and forty two year old tim kline from palmdale california both were experienced climbers they were on the free blast route the first stretch of l kept tens near vertical rock the cliff is three thousand feet above you semi valley it's one of the best known landmarks in the park and considered one of the most challenging cliffs for experienced rock climbers the national park service says there are more.

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FBI agent's firearm accidentally discharges at Denver nightclub: police

Overnight Talk

01:45 min | 3 years ago

FBI agent's firearm accidentally discharges at Denver nightclub: police

"And praying in arizona the fatal shooting of renowned forensic psychiatrist stephen pit outside his phoenix office thursday is connected to the shooting deaths of two paralegals near their office in scottsdale friday according to police former fbi agent and abc news contributor brad garret explains my interviewing people around victims you sometimes can take up these pieces of information that then you see keiser in case being kc have a link because friends and associates of the victims have told us things that are basically the same same a fatal shooting inside a business in scottsdale may also be connected this is abc news koa newsradio time is one oh to an fbi agent was out dancing and lodo and dropped his gun when he picked it up on the dance floor at went off and hit a guy in the leg the injured guy will be okay this i witnessed spoke to cbs for a breakdown circle quintessential dan circle there was one man who was doing flips and then he left in the fbi agent i guess i we didn't know that he came on the scene and he did a backflip and he was dancing and then right is heated that backflip his gun fell out and it hit the ground it shot off the fbi agent got taken to the cop shop and was released who has fbi supervisor the denver da will decide if the agent will face charges in new mexico the park fire is now forcing the evacuation of the town of cimarron that fire has grown to twenty seven thousand acres the red cross is operating a shelter in raton smoke from the fire is now reaching colorado springs north of durango the four sixteen fire has grown to about two thousand acres eight hundred fifty homes have been evacuated hundreds more are on pre evacuation notice an air quality advisory issued four durango through nine.

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California, Laguna Beach and New Mexico discussed on The Joe Pags Show

The Joe Pags Show

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

California, Laguna Beach and New Mexico discussed on The Joe Pags Show

"Wildfire danger orange county california reporting mandatory evacuations beginning now in laguna beach and a lisa va how california in new mexico the u park fire has grown to twenty seven thousand acres and is forcing the evacuation of cimarron new mexico about ten miles north of durango the four sixteen fire has earned two thousand acres about eight hundred homes evacuated their the hunt is on for a possible serial shooter in arizona police are looking for whoever gunned down renowned forensic psychiatrist stephen pit outside his phoenix office on thursday police say the case could be linked to three other shooting deaths yesterday and today here's scottsdale police sergeant ben auster the first two we've related and this were still trying to determine what involvement if any it has hit was renowned for consulting on the jon benet ramsey case rockies lost to the dodgers twelve four our next update at ten cathy walker koa newsradio eight fifty am.

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Oklahoma wildfires: Hundreds evacuate, 120,000 acres burned, officials say

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

Oklahoma wildfires: Hundreds evacuate, 120,000 acres burned, officials say

"Gary and obstruction of justice in two thousand seven in connection with the leak of a cia officers identity in pardoning libby trump who complains almost daily about leaks is in the peculiar position of pardoning a man convicted of involvement in a national security leak conservatives allied with cheney have long championed libya's caused but president bush while commuting libya's two and a half year sentence the saving him from prison refused to pardon him even when lobbied repeatedly to do so by vice president cheney trump's pardon may send another message that he is willing to use his pardon power to reward loyalists into punish prosecutors he sees as running amok nina totenberg npr news washington president trump's personal attorney michael cohen is the subject of a months long criminal investigation into his personal business dealings that according to court documents that appeared today in new york the details of potential charges he could face are redacted you're listening to npr news the national weather service is projecting the dangerous fire conditions in large portions of western oklahoma and the oklahoma panhandle through tomorrow the concern is that strong winds and low humidity will help the flames burn more terrain and threaten more residents in woodward county where more than one hundred twenty thousand acres of burn hundreds of people were forced out of their homes a fire scorched about eighty two thousand acres in dewey county where a local official says turkey hunter was found this morning badly burned the food and drug administration is banning the sale of certain forms of caffeine npr's rob stein reports the fda says caffeine can be dangerous and highly concentrated purified doses the fda is declaring that dietary supplements containing highly concentrated caffeine in powdered or liquid forms are illegal and sold in bulk directly to consumers the agency says teenagers and others mix pure.

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm jack sphere of firefighter from the san diego area has died while battling a massive wildfire inventory county reporter stephanie o'neill says officials aren't yet sharing any details the firefighter with an engineer with cal fire san diego unit working on an engine strike team battling the eastern advance the fire near the ventura county town of fillmore this is only the second fatalities so far linked to what has now become the fourthlargest wildfire in california history fueled by strong and a radic winds and dry brush the thomas fire has so far destroyed roughly a thousand homes and other structures and has consumed more than two hundred forty two thousand acres in ventura and santa barbara counties for npr news i'm stephanie o'neill in ohio california americans overwhelmingly believe in zero tolerance policies for sexual harassment that's according to a new poll from and bjarne ipsos and bureau's general chris leave and has more the new poll conducted online from december eight through 12th indicates that eighty six percent of americans believe a quote zero tolerance policy for sexual harassment is essential to bringing about change in our society that overwhelming majority extends to democrats republicans and independents alike the finding comes as the issue has gained prominence as a string of highprofile men have seen their careers implode after patterns of sexual harassment past and present came to light the poll also shows that americans believe a woman who reports harassment now is less likely to be risking her career than she was five years ago altogether six in ten women say they have experienced sexual harassment personally around three in ten men say they have experienced harassment daniel kurtzer laibin npr news washington vital communications commissioners voting to do away with the obama era we'll known as net neutrality essentially the regulation prevented providers like comcast over rising from slowing or blocking websites in apps as they saw fit or charging more for fraud.

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Journal he's like great razors you'll have you guys every day no she is she's a great organizer it's illegal business in nevada there's nothing wrong with that complement monica so you are out on the front lines of this fire what do you say what are you know that for a quick fire in hilmar nearly two thousand acres now that her burned it's ten percent contained within ten percent go pretty much all day but conditions here are so much calmer than they have been uh over the past few days that firefighters to believe that that progress could be even higher the percentage could be that higher uh by tomorrow morning one they're working twenty four hours to cut fire lines they've got nearly two thousand firefighters owned and round fear and this is peter firefighters from across the state now the navy bet did marine corps and the national guard or in the mix as well being too yeah there hope they they're hoping to uh to their contributing to the firefight they've got engines here and they've also got a lot of planes that are in the air they're going to be dropping ripped carnage and water on this fire uh a fire on on on the homeland i think it's an unprecedented that's what they said that they're bringing in as many refocus they can we know steamer has uh has also approved grant as four grants i think is what they said to offset the cost of all these resources that are going into all the firefights you're going into uh going on in southern california they said five thousand firefighters are here in this area together here at the creek fired nearly two thousand that's still a lot uh the good news is that thousands.

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Two burned over one hundred sixty two thousand acres and forced thousands of evacuations in this hour we're going to get an update on the fires and we're also going to talk to a panel of experts about disaster preparedness and tools for communication during an emergency and we'd like to hear from you what questions you have about preparing for a disaster it's all coming up next after the news live from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi sang the next round of nafta renegotiating is taking place in the nation's capital against the backdrop of those talks involving delegates from the us mexico and canada and parischarles snyder says president trump plan two host canadian prime minister justin trudeau at the white house this afternoon president trump is due to greet the canadian prime minister of the white house this afternoon with nafta likely the main focus of their talks trump has threatened to withdraw from the more than twenty year old agreement with canada and mexico unless he can win changes to the deal that are more favorable to the us during his campaign for the presidency trump railed against trade agreements and he was again critical of nafta and an interview published this week by forbes magazine as negotiators gather for a fourth round of nafta talks in suburban washington a joint news conference is not on the schedule but prime minister trudeau is expected to meet with reporters after he speaks with the president trial snyder npr news washington the death toll steadily climbing from northern california's wildfires at least seventeen people have lost their lives in pierce nathan rot reports firefighters are working to control the flames with a high winds have been forecast could make that extremely difficult thousands of people remain evacuated across three counties in california's wine country with high winds forecast leader in the day in several of the large blazes proving hard to contain emergency officials are expanding evacuation orders cinema county has seen the largest loss of life and damage in the fastmoving fires sections of the city of santa rosa were decimated by the flames com or wins in higher humidity's helped firefighting efforts on tuesday but the large fires remain largely uncontained in the forecast for today with high temperatures low humidity's and those high winds is less forgiving nathan route npr news soon only california.

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on KPCC

"Which martin missed its target causing an unspecified number of civilian casualties madison as there is a new strategy to defeat terrorists in afghanistan under this strategy we are approaching the problem with a more holistic and comprehensive regional framework provided advisers to accompany afghan unit to provide noodles support to them adding more us troops alongside of diff north allied contribution and making clear that we are not quitting fight madous was meeting with the afghan president and with the visiting nato secretary general is your markets a trading in mix territory at this hour the nikkei in japan is up about a third of a purse percent and the hang sang down by as much wall street higher by the belt you're listening to npr and fr kpcc news i'm nick roman with the stores were covering it 700 four who had started on monday afternoon right about one o'clock firefighters expect they will have full containment of the canyon fire in the hills west of corona by sunday afternoon it's burned about two thousand acres of dr brushing chaparral but our number hasn't changed for more than a day nearly 1600 firefighters are on the job nine airtankers eleven helicopters only one home damaged orange county fire authority captain larry kurtz says they evacuated five hundred homes in the early hours of the fire but now everyone can go home we're still going to have resources patrol in a neighborhood constantly looking for amber glow for firebrand jumping on a spot fires that occur but we do feel safe now or residents to come back into their own than and we're real happy about that now to another fire where the results were deadly you remember the ghost ship warehouse fire last december in oakland i was the one that killed thirty six people who were out in music show the couldn't get out of the warehouse when the fire broke out to man one who lease the warehouse and another who lined at the concert are charged with thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter while they were in court today they entered not guilty pleas prosecutor safeway fortyseven yearold derek omena and 27yearold max harris turned the warehouse into a death trap when they converted it into a housing and entertainment venue lawyers for romanian heresay responsibility for the fire should be worked out not with criminal charges will with lawsuits in civil court mornings and 24 minutes the.

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"two thousand acres" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand acres" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Newsradio one chris foster north korea's top diplomat says president trump has declared war with the tweet saturday that north korean leaders won't be around much longer throw employees in police say that say'so foreign minister riyan hotels reporters at the united nations all options are on the table including xu during down us bombers outside north korea a pentagon spokesman response to fox our military has the right to fly over international waters the top selling nfl jersey today is alejandro villanueva is the only pittsburgh steelers to stand during the national anthem yesterday nearly one out of 8 nfl players didn't stand for the national anthem just six players protested the week before the president keeping the issue alive on twitter writing the issue of kneeling has nothing to do with race it is about respect for our country flag and national anthem nfl must respect this fox's john at the white house fox news view reward suicide trending now on news radio aides already cage fee h i'm jessica apps there's a major brushfire burning on the big island thank you see the fire started last thursday and his turned around two thousand acres and they still say there are dozens of fire personnel battling the flames from the ground an air how the fire started remains a mystery attempted murder investigation is underway in ever beats police say a fight broke out sunday afternoon on port weaver rallied during the fight and pulled out a gun in by existing of sadness and clear what started the fight but the cops when he talked with me when paul several people are hurt after a car into a shopping center in hawaii high efficiency the seventy three year old driver hit a couple of cars in the parking lot the four driving into the pie in a cafe at kogo marina shopping center on saturday seven people are hurt but everyone is expected to be okay a few years ago a woman slammed her car into the bank at his famous shopping center and an elderly woman cloud instant post office the people who ran the center will meet today to talk about seats business i am intermedia is closed today campus officials say the school is shut down due to a major power outage there's been some sort of equipment failure at the school which has caused the outage and the surrounding area is not affected there's no word on when the.

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