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A highlight from LGM Podcast: AFC Preview
"You know, Herbert has to go out there and he has to win a division or, you know, win a playoff game, right? You know, that's, we are firmly, he's in the fourth year, he needs to go out there, this team needs to win a playoff game this year, they're certainly capable of doing it, but if he doesn't win a playoff game this year, it's starting to become a little bit of a disappointment. This is the Lawyer's Guns and Money Podcast. Hello and welcome to the Lawyer's Guns and Money Podcast, and welcome to our annual NFL preview with Scott Lemieux and Rob Farley. Gentlemen, hello. It is finally time for the NFL to return, and thus the world is right again. Finally, Sunday has a point. God lives, finally. Not three days he's dead, it's like seven months. So, let's, we might as well just jump into this, you know, as a pretty exciting season unfolds with what I believe is the vastly superior conference this year, the AFC. And why don't we start with the AFC East, which is kind of a traditional place to start, where you've got a pretty interesting division with four teams that all have a few question marks, but all could be 500 or higher. Yeah, it's fun. So, I have the win projections from Aaron Schatz's annual almanac, which formerly under the auspices of Football Outsiders, which was destroyed by some shady Canadian company. So, the projected wins for the division are Bill's 10 .8, so basically 11, Jet's 9 .8, so basically 10, the Dolphins 8 .5, perhaps a little lower than some men have anticipated, and the New England Patriots at 8 .1, projected to be under 500 for another year. So, do we think that's, yeah, and that's probably roughly how I'd see the division lining up, Bill's winning it, Jet's wild card. I mean, the Dolphins, so I guess take those, let's go one by one. So, the Bills are interesting in that they were probably the team most picked to win the Super Bowl last year, and it was a weird year, and yet they had a good record, the underlying stats were fine, but something always seemed a little bit off about them, and then they just got absolutely, the score on that Bengals playoff game was not as close as the game, and they struggled to beat Skylar Thompson the previous week. So, I think the question is, do we just kind of write off last year, Allen clearly was playing hard for a lot of the year, Miller was injured, tons of injuries to the defense, so we kind of write off last year's an aberration, and basically say they should be top contenders again, or do we say McDonough's gonna regret that 13 seconds where he turtled against Mahomes and Tyree killed the rest of his career. I have to say that instinctively I'm kind of leaning towards the latter, that I think the Bills are still a good team, but I wonder if they kind of lost their moment and the rest of the conference, several teams in the conference are kind of pulling ahead of them, but they're still good, I may be wrong about that, but there's something I don't know, there's something I don't entirely like about the vibes around that team, I'm not sure I can, I don't know if it's my old Josh Allen skepticism or what, but I think they're like a good team, but I would rank them pretty far below the, well, there's the injury issues of the Chiefs, but if the Chiefs and Bengals are healthier, I think I like them quite a bit more. Yeah, I would say that part of a hallmark of your approach to the Bills and Josh Allen is consistency, Scott, I mean, you've got another train and you've stayed on that train, as long as it will take you, right. I mean, yeah, you know, I don't know, I mean, this is an awfully good division, but I think every team in this division has serious questions, except for the Bills, right, you know, all of the other teams are solid, right, but would you really be surprised to see Aaron Rodgers completely fall apart, would you be surprised to see Tua get hurt, you know, and who knows what's going on in New England, but I mean, you know, the Bills, you know, I have to agree with you, right, that they need to be the favorite in this division and then much depends on two things which are very hard to predict, which are Tua and Aaron Rodgers and, you know, I think we have to grapple with the fact that we, you know, we can't, you know, I think we go into this Aaron Rodgers question with, you know, sort of seeing Tom Brady ahead of him and that's probably wrong, right, because, you know, Brady is so sui generis, right, that I don't think we can take that projection and then apply it to what we're going to see out of this Jets team, so I don't know, I mean, beyond the Bills, I don't know what's going to happen, what's going to happen in this division other than it's a pretty good division, there are going to be some pretty good games, I mean, I think I do agree that the Patriots are probably going to come in last, but I would not be shocked if any of the three teams, if any of the teams other than the Bills came in last, I would be shocked if the Bills even came in second, so.
"tyree" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tyree cleveland and defensive lineman maro odomo both carted off with neck injuries separate incidents fortunately both said to be doing okay in st was met to beat the cardinals four to two to run over for pete elonzo is 37th jose cantana got his first win as met a he was oh and four dodgers taught milwaukee one to nothing that stretches the la win streak to 11 yankees host the red sox tonight battle of teams in fourth and fifth place bmw golf outside chicago roy mcelroy and brian harmon who just won the british open are tied at five under among those one shot back mcelroy will next week try to repeat as fedex champion nba schedules out for the next october twenty fifth of the garden against the celtics same night the nets was cleveland john stashour bloomberg sports game alright thank you john and futures are pointing lower ahead of the open this is bloomberg when news with no fees or minimums and no overdraft fees banking with capital one is the easiest decision in the history of decisions kind of like choosing derek jeter is the pinch hitter for your baseball team jeter you're in we need a home run i'll give it a try i've swung a bat once or that's out of here kept even easier than that with no fees or minimums and no overdraft fees is it even a decision that's banking reimagined what's in your wallet terms apply see capital one dot com slash bank for details capital one and a member fdic breaks across the globe bloomberg radio is there from asia we are officially in deflation in china to europe economy grew more strongly than expected in the second quarter and anywhere in the world news happens slimp exam very on the ground in this one yet bloomberg steven angle has the latest from hong com joining us from bangkok bloomberg chief international correspondent has linda almonds bloomberg's greg sullivan begins our global team team coverage from Budapest bloomberg radio on the ground everywhere it's time for today's stem tip okay you know recycling is important no one wants plastic in the ocean here's a cool to repurpose a plastic bottle build an awesome terrarium cut a large plastic bottle in half and fill the base with sand pebbles potting soil and your favorite plant i chose an african violet put the top of the bottle over your base and place it in the sun your plant will grow sealed in its own ecosystem fun
Tyre Nichols died of blunt force injuries, autopsy shows
"Autopsy results on Tyree Nichols are in. Tyree Nichols died of blunt force injuries of the head after he was beaten by Memphis police during a January arrest. The autopsy said the manner of death was homicide, describing multiple contusions, brain injuries, cuts, and bruises to the head and other parts of the body. The 29 year old was black as were the 5 police officers fired in charge with second degree murder and other counts after his death. They have pleaded not guilty. Nichols was stopped by police in early January for an alleged traffic violation. I'm Shelley Adler
Flood concerns rise as Mississippi River crests in Iowa city
"The Mississippi River is flooding some communities around it as it swells beyond its banks. Prairie du chien Wisconsin resident Melissa Tyree tells Casey RG TV. She's been dealing with about two to three feet of water in her basement. The water in the basement stain about the same, so we're pumping about the same amount of water out. The Mississippi River has been resting after a giant snowpack in northern Minnesota began melting, moving down the approximately 2300 mile stretch. National weather service meteorologist Alex Gibbs in the quad cities bureau. I think we're looking at top 5 crests right now with this one. So at some sites in our area. I'm Julie Walker.
"tyree" Discussed on MarTech Podcast
"Even predict forecasting. So you're basically using the artificial intelligence to pick up buying signals and understanding who's dropping the most hints whether or whether or not the sales rep is cashing them in, you understand what the buyers intent was based on natural language processing. Yes. Exactly. Absolutely fascinating. Talk to me about the integration of this type of artificial intelligence into, let's say, a B2B SaaS company's services. You have to have Salesforce to be able to utilize this type of technology. Is it a freestanding thing? How do you actually take advantage of the artificial intelligence for revenue teams? There's definitely a lot of AI learnings that happen in a silo. And I'm not discounting. I'm not saying they're bad, but I say for revenue team specifically, if you're really talking about marketing sales and CS, you need to be writing as much as possible back into the CRM and really understanding those learnings, especially when you talk about things like real-time conversation guidance. So in other words, I'm a rap and the AI is observing the conversation and recommending and saying like, hey, it sounded like they asked about this. Here's a battle card, or here's a case study that you might want to talk them through. Things like that. That's, I think, where marketing teams really benefit because your content actually gets used in the context in which it was intended. Interesting. So my takeaway from the conversation is that artificial intelligence is being used in revenue teams, not only helped to filter through what's happening in the conversations, but to interpret the performance of the sales team, but also to recognize what are some of the key traits of potential buyers to help them with what used to be our ranking, our prioritization of our lead. So there's multiple different ways that we could use this type of technology to support our revenue streams. That's right. Well said. All right, William, it's been a pleasure to have you as a guest on the show. Thanks so much for sharing the knowledge. Thank you so much. Appreciate being here. All right. And that wraps up this episode of the mar tech podcast. Thanks for listening to my conversation with William Tyree, chief marketing officer at revenue dot IO. If you'd like to get in touch with William, you can find a link to his LinkedIn profile in our show notes. You can contact him on Twitter where his handle is William Tyree, wi L iam tyr EE, or you can visit his company's website, which is revenue dot IO. And also a special thanks to fetch rewards for sponsoring this podcast. If you're a marketer at a CPG retail or restaurant brand, fetch rewards is the answer to your customer data access problems, with more than 17 million active users who have submitted more than 2 billion receipts, the fetch rewards app gives consumers the easiest way to save on everyday purchases and gives brands an unprecedented 360° view of consumer behavior. Billions of purchases, millions of users, and one platform that will transform how you connect with your customers. To better understand your consumers, go to partners dot fetch rewards dot com. That's partners dot fetch rewards dot com. Just one more link in our show notes I'd like to tell you about. If you didn't have a chance to take notes while you were listening to this podcast, head over to martek pod dot com. We've got summaries of all of our episodes and contact information for our guests. You can subscribe to our weekly newsletter and you can even send us your topic suggestions or your marketing questions, which will answer live on our show. Of course you can always reach out on social media, our handle is mar tech pod MAR TEC HP OD on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, or you can contact me directly, my handle is Ben Jay shap, BEN, JP. And if you haven't subscribed yet and you want a daily stream of marketing and technology knowledge in your podcast feed, we're gonna publish an episode every day this year. So hit the subscribe button in your podcast app and we'll be back in your feed tomorrow morning. All right, that's it for today. But until next time, my advice is to just focus on keeping your customers happy.
"tyree" Discussed on MarTech Podcast
"Identity as well. Who knows someone at Crunchbase to tell us that it's serious, we really changed our name, right? It's almost as bad as my wife when we got married, changed her last name. And going through the federal government to change a name is not easy. I can't imagine it's any easier from a corporate perspective. No. It's not easier at all. It's funny just a little, I think this is a sign that I was destined to be a marketer when my daughter was born. I sent out an email to a bunch of friends and family, like, hey, my daughter's here, whatever in her name was Layla, but it was with a different spelling. And what I got phone calls back, everybody mispronounced her name. Lila. Exactly. And so marks right down to the records in the hospital after talking to my wife and said, hey, this test was a complete failure. Let's spell it the way, you know, the song. So we ironically, and I don't know if I've ever said this in private, more or less publicly on a podcast, but our first son, we didn't know what his gender was going to be. Turned out he was a boy, but one of our top choices as names was either Layla or Lila and the reason why we didn't go with it is we weren't sure how to spell it, where people would pick the right name. So I understand that fortunately, revenue relatively easy name to remember and pronounce, how did you get access to the revenue brand? Obviously, your revenue dot IO, but that's a general term as opposed to a made up word. You're not doing Airbnb or Uber taxi, you're a common word in the everyday vernacular. How did you secure the rights to revenue as your name? So that was part of the research process once we really thought that that name resonated with people and they loved not only the short term for the long-term implications of it. Then we had to do a bunch of work. There was some legal involved just to say, okay, actually look at trademark existence for certain categories that we're in, look at domain possibilities. So there was definitely some legal work involved to see what was there. Now, fortunately, revenue IO was available, not available like straight up from GoDaddy, but available for us to purchase. Not the $11 available, but not the $1 million 100,000 available either. Exactly. And I have to give our CEO huge credit for this. He's just he's always been since before I met him. He's definitely been a shark when it comes to domain properties. So he definitely was a gigantic help could not have done this without him. Always a good thing to have a shark on your side. One thing that I want to ask you about is often when companies are rebranding, they basically just shorten their existing name. Uber taxi to Uber as the example that I can think of off the top of my head. Did you ever think about going from ring DNA to just DNA? Was that something that was in the conversation? It was actually. So we looked at just DNA. The feedback from that was that, okay, I'm going to think you're just a healthcare company or a biosciences company. I might have the wrong impression coming in the door. And we thought that's something that we could overcome, but it would take a large spin in terms of awareness and messaging to actually overcome that. The other one to your point where one of the things we talked about was going from Dunkin Donuts to just Dunkin was we thought about revenue DNA instead of a ring DNA. And we still had some feedback without us prompting at the same revenue DNA almost sounds like maybe you're a finance platform for biosciences companies or something like that. So there was just enough of that feedback where we just thought maybe something is better. All right, so give me a piece of advice. I am the next William Tyree. I join a growing startup and I faced with the idea that the name stinks, not to say that your old name stunk, but my new company's name sticks. It's actually name stinks dot com. And I have to go through the rebranding process. What's your biggest piece of advice for going through that process and making sure that you execute it successfully? I see biggest piece of advice is just making sure that the internal stakeholders which for us was like our executive team. Not only are these a team, but it's really important to get buy in and get aligned with for us, our creative team, our creative director, specifically, just making sure that you're all aligned on the opportunity and the reasons why you're doing it because if you're not aligned on that, then I mean rebranding is a lot of work and it's not like you can stop doing your regular job while you do it. So I think getting people passionate and bought in on the idea is it sounds really simple, but that's the most important part. You know, just like the merger of marketing sales, customer success, rebranding a similar in the sense that it is all about alignment and we're going to talk about the former with the revenue operations role really looks like in our next episode and talk about that alignment as well. So that wraps up this episode of the mar tech podcast. Thanks to William Tyree, chief marketing officer at revenue IO for joining us. In part two of this conversation which will publish tomorrow, William and I are going to discuss whether marketing operations is dead or not. If you can't wait until our next episode and you'd like to learn more about William, you can find a link to his LinkedIn profile on our show notes. You can contact him on Twitter, his handle is William Tyree that's wi a tyr E E or you could visit his company's website, which is revenue dot IO. Just one more link in our show notes I'd like to tell you about. If you didn't have a chance to take notes while you were listening to this podcast, head over to martek pod dot com. We've got summaries of all of our episodes and contact information for our guests. You can subscribe to our weekly newsletter and you can even send us your topic suggestions or your marketing questions, which will answer live on our show. Of course you can always reach out on social media, our handle is mar tech pod to ECH POD on LinkedIn Twitter Instagram and Facebook or you can contact me directly my handle is Ben Jay shapp. And if you haven't subscribed yet and you want a daily stream of marketing and technology knowledge in your podcast feed, we're gonna publish an episode every day this year. So hit the subscribe button in your podcast app and we'll be back in your feed tomorrow morning. All right, that's it for today, but until next time, my advice is to just focus on keeping your customers happy.
"tyree" Discussed on MarTech Podcast
"The name for the company, and you decided to rebrand. So let's talk a little bit about rebranding towards the revenue domain. Walk me through the thought process and a little bit of the dynamics of getting that accomplished. Ring DNA actually came out of an agency where we were sales and marketing consultants. And we had a great tool for everything. We used marketo with our customers, we used Salesforce with our customers, but when it came to the phone, we found that companies were spending lots and lots of money generating leads, but they had no understanding of who the reps were calling. Or if they were driving inbound calls specifically, they didn't know where those calls were coming from, what ads spend was going to it. And so on and so forth. So ring DNA made a lot of sense for the name for the initial two products that we created. One was inbound call tracking for marketing teams, and then the other was we wanted to be the best global dialer for sales teams using Salesforce. So that name really worked in the initial states of the company where we were more or less a single point solution. But we feel like the world changed marketing sales and CX teams have gotten more aligned. Our platforms grown into an AI platform that really just tries to help people uncover what's working, what's not working. And capture activity across the platform and then guide them. So just the name didn't fit anymore. The first sponsor we had when we started the mar tech podcast is a company called Cal rail, who's kind of in a similar space, a little bit more of a down market SMB focused product for call tracking. And it seems like ring DNA was more of the enterprise scale version of that type of product. And you mentioned that the world has changed a little. I've seen call rail go through call tracking to becoming still a relatively down market marketing attribution company and ring DNA went a little bit of a different direction, which was moving from call tracking to leveraging AI to support revenue teams. Why did you decide to go towards the revenue not only branding, but revenue generation product cycle? The rev ops movement has really, I think, taken at least enterprise companies by storm. We did just came out with some research along with our friends ray Reich over rub up squared and John Miller over at demand base. And this is a second year that we've done this research and we think what Gartner said is maybe even a little conservative where they predicted that by 2025, 75% of enterprise companies would have really implemented a rev ops model, which is essentially aligning sales marketing and success through data and some organizational frameworks. I actually think that we're seeing the alignment happen even faster than that. So for us, building solution that you can really have your sales team on, your success team on. But then marketing gets a lot of what they need to really kind of help a line with those teams as well through shared data and things that really increase the feedback loops between the teams was just really important for us. So let's talk a little bit more about that trend. You're saying that rev ops is a growing industry and often the people that are listening to this podcast are professional markers, most, if not all of them, and I think that we're all a little confused about what's a marketing team and what's a revenue team. Tell me about this trend of rev ops and what does that mean for marketers? I think that the goal of the rev ops movement is really like here's what it looks like I think in a good organization that's embraced it and it's kind of maturing is that at least probably weekly biweekly your marketing leaders demand what have you are on a call these days mostly on a web conference, but with your sales team with success team and you're looking at dashboards together and looking at the same metrics and instead of things being quite so siloed in terms of marketing just kind of being in their corner doing their thing with lead scoring and account scoring and occasionally just trying to put ABM platforms together. It's really more of an aligned exercise where you're really talking together in a very open way, but a line through data about how things are working and what needs to change and making those decisions jointly. The last thing I'll say is for us internally, it's a very important to have sort of a Switzerland of data. So we created a revenue ops team and their operations folks. They're formally marketing ops formally sales ops, people who are actually now working as one unit. And their goal is to just help everything work more smoothly, just like marketing usually would. But also to give teams the insights that they need to really make these decisions. So there's this macro trend of sort of the collaboration. I like the idea of a reporting Switzerland. It doesn't have any stake in the game, so marketing, sales, down to customer success, or through customer success, I guess I should say are all working on the same dataset, the same KPIs, and you decided to go through the rebranding process to capture that and sort of focus on being a revenue generator, talk to me about the marketing process for rebranding the company, ring DNA was around for a few years before the rebrand. So I'm sure that your logo had been splashed all around the Internet. How do you go find them? Take them down, replace them. What's the rebranding process like? For sure, there's still a little bit of whack a mole like you're going with that. We're about three months into this. But for us, the process really started with first the realization. I mean, there's all kinds of reasons that people rebrand. In my opinion, most of the time, it's not a good reason. A lot of times it's just because somebody's sick of the logo or a bunch of people are sick of the logo or you just think you had a better name or something like that. For us, it was just like the name just doesn't fit anymore. And we knew that. So in the beginning, it was just saying, okay, what are objectives defining those? We actually used our consultants out at places like Gartner Forrester, customers that we trust to kind of float a bunch of options and ideas, and I think that getting outside a reaction to some of the ideas that you have and revenue AO was one of them is really important just to make sure you're not getting drunk on your own Kool-Aid, right? Which we all do, right? And that's part of getting passionate, but really listening to the feedback was the first step. I think second step for us is once we felt like we had a good plan and there's like a handful of us trusting the company to keep a secret. It was a process where we basically came out to the company and said, here are the reasons we're doing this. Here's validation that we've gotten from people that we trust, that this is a really good idea. Here's what we think it's going to do for our market opportunity. And we're trusting all of you to not only help pull this off because it really involves everybody from your product team, engineering team, a lot of it falls on marketing, but to keep it under wraps. So we gave ourselves about 90 days to actually execute all of this and yeah, part of that is you're talking about too is at the end. Once you pull the curtain back and everybody wakes up in your different company the next day, it is about quickly logging into like 50 digital properties across the web and change your
"tyree" Discussed on MarTech Podcast
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"tyree" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Two drafts ago. And that's my top 5 list if anything it should be. All right, we'll get one more. Here's a little more. So if I just said, Trey Lance would be outstanding as in case of training camp emergency break glass option. For a team that is currently waiting on their quarterback. With Baltimore waiting, if you will, on Lamar. If the jets and the packers have not made their trade yet. Laugh all you want. If the sorry folks goes into the training camp period. Sorry, folks. Okay. And you want somebody that runs a system? Solid comes from the Chinese system? You know? I've been hearing is that this is a done deal. That's why this is the one more, okay? This is not in the top 5, but you need to, if you're Joe Douglas, just call him up. And say, hey, if this thing is really going to, if the packers are really going to dig in, if the packers are really really going to dig in, like go through the spring, go through the draft and spring and say, we don't have to make a move till September 1. And we'll just hamstring it jets because then the leverage really swings back to us when training camp season opens. Sorry, folks. Then Trey Lance, hey, how's party feeling around early August? Oh, it feels good. He's going to be your starter and Donald's good. He'll be your backup. We'll take Trey Lance. That alone might get Gouda kun saying, okay? We don't want to pay our guy 60 million. We'll take whatever deals on the table. Again, this is crazy town insurance. And the jets should be on the phone of the forty-niners just to get in while the get in so apparently hot. That's my list. Nice. Goodbye. I mean, did a falcons kick the tires? Because if they're kicking the tires on Stroud
4 ex-cops charged in Tyre Nichols' death barred from police
"A Tennessee commissions voted to strip away police powers from four of the 5 officers fired and charged in the deadly beating of motorists Tyree Nichols in Memphis. The peace officer standards and training commission has voted to decertify three of the 5 officers arrested in connection with the fatal beating of Tyree Nichols in January. A fourth officer, Desmond mills, voluntarily surrendered his certification. His lawyer said it's meaningless at this point, and that his time was better spent defending his client, saying mills was wrongly indicted on the second degree murder count. The lawyer for another fired officer maintained that Nichols was violent during the stop. The Memphis police department had requested the decertification of 7 former officers, including a supervisor who retired before he could be terminated. I'm Jackie Quinn
Supervisor in Tyre Nichols' death retired before firing
"The Memphis police supervisor on scene when Tyree Nichols was beaten to death by officers retired with benefits the day before a hearing to fire him. Lieutenant Dwayne Smith was i-d-ed as the officer that officials said earlier this month retired before his termination hearing. The attorney for Tyree Nichols family Ben crump is calling on Memphis police and officials to hold lieutenant Smith fully accountable. We want to see the same justice crump was that reverend Al sharpton's national action network House of justice along with Nichols mother of wells, who still trying to come to terms with her son's death. I just feel like my son he had to be sacrificed to put a greater good. 7 Memphis officers were fired after Nichols died following a traffic stop on January 7th, 5 of them charged with second degree murder, Smith is not charged. Julie Walker, New York
"tyree" Discussed on WTOP
"Of a deadly abduction in northern Mexico are back on U.S. soil at a hospital in Brownsville, Texas. The bodies of two others have yet to be returned. Correspondent Omar via franca has our top story from Brownsville. The group was moved to multiple locations before being found at a stash house outside the city. To hear the voice, it was just a lot of crime. We spoke to Eric Williams wife, Michelle, as she described the emotional call with her husband, confirming that he was okay. He's just glad to be alive. Because who are the people lost their lives? Mexican officials believe they were caught in drug cartel violence. Lawmakers in Memphis have passed new rules in the wake of Tyree Nichols savage police beating WREG TV's Ashley Paul. One ordinance will require traffic stops to be conducted in clearly marked vehicles only. The officers that stopped Tyree Nichols were an unmarked police cars. Nichols died three days after he was stopped and beaten in January. California is bracing for flooding as a warm atmospheric river snakes its way through after last week's massive snowstorms. Mary Colton is still trying to clean up at her home in San Francisco. This is my battle against the next storm. It's the broom and that drain. Newly released court documents show Fox chairman didn't agree with his own high profile TV show hosts. Correspondent Scott mcfarlane. The latest emails in text messages revealed in dominion voting systems lawsuit against Fox News show Fox head, Rupert Murdoch expressed concern about what his hosts were saying after the 2020 election. There were a lot of serious issues surrounding the state's dominion voting machines in an email to CEO Suzanne Scott Murdoch wrote, maybe Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham went too far. Yet another eye drop recall is prompting new fears NYU langone's doctor Catherine Colby. There have been reports of people actually losing vision to the point of being blind. I even saw one case report where someone had to have the eye removed. Our medic is purely soothing 15% MSM recall is the third. So far this year. A Terry knight at the Lakers arena up as Vanessa Bryant returned for the first time since her husband's memorial three years ago to honor NBA champ, Pao Gasol. Kobe predicted you and he would be together in the
Tyre Nichols probe: 7 from Memphis police fired, 1 retired
"More investigative records from the fatal arrest of Tyree Nichols are expected today, including previously unreleased video. A 7th employee of the Memphis police department has been fired over the Tyree Nichols case, while an 8th retired before his disciplinary hearing Memphis city legal officer Jennifer sink says had he not retired this individual would have been terminated in all 13 members of the Memphis police have been administratively charged and 5 officers face second degree murder charges, while three fire department employees were fired, and one suspended. The city plans to release a trove of information related to the investigation, including about 20 additional hours of video and audio, records and charging information that will reveal the identities of employees facing discipline, the Memphis police chief has said she sees no evidence to justify the nickel's traffic stop or the officer's response, the 29 year old died in January 3 days after he was stopped and brutally pummeled by police. I'm Jennifer King
"tyree" Discussed on WTOP
"Not guilty. Among those in the courtroom Tyree Nichols mother ravan wells. They're going to see me at every court date. Everyone Exactly. And until we get justice for my son. The officers are all charged with second degree murder, aggravated assault and aggravated kidnapping. Steve utter man CBS News. Ohio governor Mike dewine tells east Palestinian residents their air and water are both safe. Two weeks after a train wreck and fire involving railcars full of chemicals. We never thought that the mist but water was contaminated. But out of an abundance of caution, our Ohio EPA took samples, which were analyzed, and they in fact came back and were shown to be safe. White House officials say they're working on new protocols, it'll help the president determine when U.S. forces should shoot down unidentified objects after three shootouts this past week. National security spokesman admiral John Kirby says, not everything needs to be brought down that way. It doesn't mean that there won't be additional shootdowns if he believes there's a legitimate threat to our safety and security. But it does mean that we're going to put a new set of parameters on the decision making process going forward. To decidedly our identifiable flying objects part of an east west devil header for SpaceX, starting with this launch for California about four hours ago. And liftoff of Starlink group two 5 gopal goes darling. These east coast launch comes at about 5 hours
"tyree" Discussed on WTOP
"Charged with murder in the beating death of Tyree Nichols. Keep it here on WTO for a full details in the minutes ahead. It's four 18. We've got traffic and weather on the 8s, Dave dildine in the WTO traffic center. In Virginia, 95 northbound near fairfax county park where a record hooking up to the crash on the right shoulder, southbound traffic is slow from dumfries through Stafford county. A lot of folks are venturing into a three day weekend. 66 is not so bad, just minor westbound slowing. Chantilly, your crash is on 28 southbound before route 50, the right side is blocked by the response. Farther south beyond manassas, a tree has come down, blown down by the winds. Sound found 28 nokesville road was blocked, south of Wellington road There's also a tree down new Baltimore, fuck your county, southbound 29 delays. Beyond that hill road lead into Duval Baltimore and the tree that came down in the right lane between the old Alexandria turnpike intersections near Briggs road. Beltway, Maryland, inner loop, whatever was blocking the lanes in landover is clear. All lanes are open, heading for central avenue, but slowly. The crash on the outer loop before New Hampshire avenue is clear. Two 70 northbound jammed through Germantown, the crash after one 21 near the lane drop is still blocking the left side, a lot of bailout slowing down on three 55 through clarksburg and Hyatt's town. A tree has come down on 95 southbound before route 32 Columbia savage, caller says the right side of the main line is blocked by The Crown of the tree, might be a good Samaritan trying to drag it onto the shoulder right now. At the bay bridge winds are kicking right now. We are at limited wind restrictions. There is no two way traffic this afternoon because of the winds and eastbound delays began back near route two, Richie, highway, also Georgia avenue, the crash at pliers mill road block in the left lane, both ways. Dave del dein WTO traffic
5 former Memphis officers plead not guilty in death of Tyre Nichols
"The 5 former Memphis police officers charged in the fatal beating of motorist Tyree Nichols last month have all pleaded not guilty to murder charges. In Shelby county court. The way the formal reading of the indictment of the court, a plea of not guilty. Lawyers representing each officer entered the pleas on their behalf. Each is charged with second degree murder kidnapping and other violations. After body cam and surveillance video captured the violent traffic stop and subsequent tasing, punching, kicking and beating of the unarmed motorist who died days later. Tyree Nichols mother stepfather and their lawyer were in the courtroom, where the defendants stood with their attorneys, judge James Jones, junior, warned spectators, not to let emotions lead to any outbursts. Having
"tyree" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"26 after, welcome back to America in the morning. In Memphis, Tennessee, two sheriff's deputies who were involved in the arrest of Tyree Nichols, have now been temporarily suspended. Correspondent Mike Hempen has the latest. Shelby county deputies Jeremy Watkins and John tavis followers have been suspended for 5 days without pay. Shelby county sheriff Floyd Weiner says they each violated multiple policies by failing to keep their body cameras activated after they went to the location where Tyree Nichols had been beaten by 5 Memphis police officers. Police video and other documents show Nichols had fled a traffic stop, but was caught near his home by the officers. They punched Nichols kicked him and hit him with a baton. Nichols died three days later. Banner says the sheriff's office does not believe the deputies will face criminal charges. I'm Mike Hempen. Kentucky's highest court has allowed a near total abortion ban to remain in effect. Correspondent Norman hall reports. The Kentucky Supreme Court has refused to halt the state ban that has largely been in place since roe versus wade was overturned. The court was weighing challenges to the band and a separate one that outlaws abortion after the 6th week of pregnancy. Abortion rights groups responded to the court's ruling by saying the fight over the issue is far from over the court itself made that clear. It ordered a lower court to consider constitutional issues and the court's deputy chief wrote that Thursday's ruling doesn't settle the issue or bar future litigation. The justices ruled on narrow legal issues that left unanswered the larger constitutional questions about whether access to abortion should be legal in the bluegrass state. I Norman hall, opening in the Biden cabinet, labor secretary Marty Walsh, formerly announced he's leaving The White House to become executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association. Word about Walsh's plans leaked a week ago when Walsh steps down, deputy secretary Julie Sue is set to take charge of the Department of Labor on an acting basis, but she's also considered to be a FrontRunner to take the job as well. Walsh became the latest to leave Biden's inner circle following the recent departure of chief of staff Ron klain, who was replaced by Jeff zients. America
Former officers to appear before judge in Tyre Nichols death
"The 5 former Memphis police officers accused of killing Tyree Nichols are expected to make their first court appearance today. The 5 are charged with second degree murder aggravated assault and related offenses. They've all been out on bond. They claim they stopped Tyree Nichols for a traffic violation in January, but police officials say there is no verified evidence to support that claim. Video shows Nichols being punched, kit, and slugged with a baton, and records say one officer took photos of the 29 year old man, as he was propped up against an unmarked police car, Nichols died three days later. I'm Donna water
"tyree" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Pictures of him and send him to his baby mama. Say, look what I did to your boy. Now, the jail and the rest and all that, this is beyond that. This is beyond vigilante justice. If this in fact is true, they're saying that it is true that he sent pictures to certain people. But if this man initiated the traffic stop or had anything to do with the excessive force used against Tyree Nichols, because he mad that Tyree Nichols is dating his baby mama and FedEx. Then we have a big problem.
Gholston's 3-pointer at buzzer lifts Missouri over Tennessee
"Missouri pulled out an 86 85 win at number 5 Tennessee on Deandre goldston's three pointer at the buzzer. The team kind of looked at me and kind of said, just makes that happen. Took an inbound pass and dribbled up the court before firing from 30 feet out, giving him 18 points. Kobe Brown scored a team high 21 points for the tigers, who wasted a 17 point lead before improving to 7 and 5 in the SEC. Sean east chipped in 17 points in Des Moines Hodge added 14 from Missouri. Tyree key nailed 5 three pointers and scored 21 of his 23 points in the second half for the vols. I'm Dave ferry.
Raleigh police release video of stun gun use before man dies
"A criminal justice reform group in North Carolina is calling for a ban on the use of police tasers. After videos released of a deadly stop and Raleigh last month. Police body cam video show 32 year old Daryl Tyree Williams was repeatedly zapped with police tasers during a stop January 17th. Again. Police alleged they saw drugs and alcohol and had him get out of the car. Wow, birthday was wrong. And that he struggled after they tried to put on handcuffs after finding white powder in his pocket. At one point, he tells them he has heart problems. They say he's breathing, but later they're seen on video doing chest compressions. While the cause of William's death is still under investigation, the group emancipate NC is calling for the officers to be fired and for tasers to be banned. I'm Jackie Quinn
1st officer in Nichols arrest accused of brutality as jailer
"The first officer in the arrest of Tyree Nichols had been accused of brutality as a jailer. Before police officer Demetrius Haley pulled Tyree Nichols from his car last month, Haley was accused of taking part in the savage beating of an inmate at the Shelby county jail, the 2015 incident was so disturbing that 34 other inmates, the entire cell block, signed a letter to the corrections director. Part of the letter stated we are truly asking that this matter gets looked into before someone gets hurt really bad or loses their life. It's unclear if Haley was ultimately disciplined for the incident or cleared of any wrongdoing. He's one of 5 officers charged with second degree murder in the death of Nichols. I'm Shelley antler
Officer drew gun as he approached Tyre Nichols, report finds
"The city of Memphis has released more documents related to the police beating of Tyree Nichols and Ben Thomas with the latest. Police documents reveal one of the officers who first approached Tyree Nichols car did so while brandishing his gun, but pressing him hill later admitted he did not witness the reckless driving that was the justification for detaining nickels. That traffic stopped quickly escalated into a beating involving other police officers and Nichols died three days later. Hemphill was fired last week, but he's not one of the 5 facing charges. The information detailing him hill's actions is contained in a request from the Memphis police chief to strip hemphill of its police certification so that he can't work in law enforcement again. I'm Ben Thomas
Was It OK for Tyre Nichols' Parents to Be at the SOTU?
"A leading up to this, a lot of people ask me, like, do I mind Tyree Nichols? Of course not. Are you kidding me? I lift them up in prayer. My heart goes out to them. And I guess oddly it was that persnickety Bill Maher on his always intriguing program, especially this past Friday, where he spent the last few minutes comparing the current woke mob to mouths, China, to the re-education camps you could find with the ascendancy of Mao Zedong. This is Bill Maher, a died in the world, Trump hating climate cultist pot loving liberal who still had clarity on that. I'm kind of a fan of that man's work. Anyway, though, he was talking about with his guests. Talking about Tyree Nichols parents being in the audience for the State of the Union. And he said it struck him as kind of tragedy porn like just something that was to make a point or to elicit a response or something. And presidents can not invite whoever they want. I think generally it's a good move to show respect to whoever gets that gets that invitation. There certainly was not disrespect or any slight shown to Tyree Nichols parents. I confess I was uncomfortable. And I think what made me uncomfortable is these are people whose hearts have just been ripped out of their chests by what had happened to their son. And hey, listen, nobody forces you to come, although do you really decline that imitation? President calls? And I guess you go. But it was like, I think it's because usually, usually, in the, in the State of the Union gallery, there is joy and appreciation for having been for having been invited.
Biden Forgets Name of Man Beaten by Memphis Police
"Now, moving on, Joe Biden brought the family to the State of the Union address. In somebody, I don't know if his brain took a vacation or what, somebody should have told him what the boy name was. How are you going to get you got it? You only got a few people's families up in the thing, writing on a piece of paper. Have somebody in your irritate is Tyree. He call them Tyler. You got a Tyler from his family. But don't believe me, listen to the clip, wrote a clip. Restricting no knock warrants. And other key elements of the George Florida act. Let's commit ourselves to make the words of Tyler's mom true. Something good must come from this. good. Now who is Tyler? Because Breonna Taylor, I'm going to go back to no knock thing in a minute. Breonna Taylor, nobody named Tyler in that situation. Then you go on or whatever other stuff he talked about. I don't think I know anybody who was killed in a no knock warrant, whose name was Tyler. Maybe I'm mistaken. Maybe I heard it wrong.
Biden Ignores Inner City Violence in SOTU Speech
"I invite the parents of Tyree nickel. I would like to see the parents of, we can roll the dice. Throw a name out there. Do you put some names in the hat and just do a draw? Of all the black children that have been murdered in the streets in the inner city for nothing. They weren't fighting. They weren't resisting. They weren't doing nothing. They were just existing. And was shot in the head, murdered by thugs in the inner city. Bring some of them there when you talk about violence. Brain David dorns family killed in 20 20 during these BLM riots. Brain Sicario Turner's family, she was killed during a protest and too dumb black dudes decide to get into a fight and shooting at each other, murdered that young girl. Bring her family when you talk about 2020 violence. You're talking about the breach of trust. Let me say this real quick. Don't talk about police officers killing black people when you don't care about black people killing black people. Why are you worried about cops when you don't even care about yourself? You want the white man to be able to communicate you won't build your own community. We don't have that conversation when the number of police officers killing black men just the father or not can somewhere close to black man killing black men. Okay, I'm going to move on.
Fact-Checking Joe Biden's Claims From the SOTU
"Let's go on with this New York Post Biden claimed the inflation reduction act is also the most significant investment ever to tackle the climate crisis Lowering utility bills Truth Can Edison and New York alone says Gaz bills will be up 20% this year Renewables have not been able to keep up with demand and regulations of only driven up the cost of fossil fuels Claim they invested too little of that profit you heard them to increase domestic production and keep gas prices down Truth Takes a lot of huts but for Biden to claim oil companies having drilled enough he canceled pipelines would not sign new drilling licenses and may note secret of the fact that he wanted to drive oil companies out of business They didn't drill enough claim We pay more for prescription drugs than any major nation on earth Truth We also have the most innovation of any nation with access to the latest treatments first Claim under my plan nobody earning less than $400,000 a year will pay an additional penny in taxes not one penny Truth With the increase in the number of IRS agents they certainly will And new minimum rates for corporations will be passed along to all of us not to mention inflation as a tax Claim in the midst of COVID crisis when schools were closed let's also recognize how far we've come Truth they were close far too long because teachers unions were allowed to dictate government policy And Biden's response to the education crisis not more charter schools not a focus on the fundamentals Just more money Claim public safety defense on public trust but too often the trust is violated Imagine what it's like to lose a child at the hands of the law Truth While Tyree Nichols is a tragedy the number of people killed by law enforcement in any year is very small And almost all of them are armed in the process of committing a crime
Tyre Nichols documents: Officer never explained stop to him
"Tyree Nichols was never told why they stopped him in a traffic stop. I'm Lisa dwyer. Newly released documents show that the officer who pulled Tyree Nichols from his car before police fatally beat him, never explained why he was being stopped and emerging reports from Memphis residents suggest that that was common. The Memphis police department blasted Demetrius Haley and for other officers as blatantly unprofessional and asked that they be stripped of the ability to work as police for their role in the January 7th beating that according to documents released by the Tennessee peace officers standards and training commission. They also include revelations that Haley took photographs of Nichols as he lay propped up against a police car, then sent the photos to other officers and a female acquaintance. Nichols died, three days later, I'm Lisa dwyer
"tyree" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Fallout continues over that disturbing video showing the deadly beating of Tyree Nichols by Memphis police, protests have generally been peaceful, but federal state and local leaders in major cities are again calling for calm. Three Tennessee lawmakers are preparing to introduce police reform measures in the wake of Tyree Nichols death. Their upcoming legislation will address implicit bias training mentally evaluations and enforce more selective hiring practices. The measures would also limit officers from transferring to new jurisdictions when they face termination in their current placements. Saturday Mark 37 years to the day that the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded shortly after launch from cape canaveral, Florida. All 7 astronauts, including Christa McAuliffe, who has to be the first teacher in space, were killed in the disaster. Earlier this week NASA held a day of remembrance at the Johnson Space Center to honor the fallen astronauts of the challenger Columbia and Apollo one. I'm Tammy trejo. And now this Bloomberg of sports update. The domination continues and what they Bill as a rivalry game, of course it's a battle of the boroughs. You're talking about the Knicks taking on the nets, we go to Barclays center one 22 one 15 Brooklyn wins at Kyrie Irving 32 points in this one nets coach Jacques Vaughn says the team protecting the ball was equally as important. We kept things really simple. That showed with 8 turnovers, 31 assists, 8 turnovers. So our ability to share the basketball, play with pace, spray that thing, driving kick with space, pretty good to see. Julius Randle of the Knicks held to 19 points overall in this one, New York wins the battle of the boards, but they were doubled up from deep. Nick haven't beaten the dance now in three years, as far as the Eastern Conference is concerned, nicks of the 7 seed nets currently holding on to the fourth seed. Big east basketball seton hall wins easily at butler 70 to 49, 15 points off the bench for Dre Davis. NHL islanders were playing a back to back, then again, so were the golden knights. This one at UBS arena goes to the islanders. Two to one in overtime second goal in as many games for Anders Lee. National Football League at San Francisco and Philadelphia, head and shoulders above much of the league for much of the season, especially during the second half, forty-niners coach Kyle Shanahan gives his thoughts on what it would mean to win an advance of the Super Bowl outside Levi stadium. I mean, there's plus advantages to both. I think there's more to play at home because since the crowd noise, but it's always nice to go on go on the road too with your crew and rallied together and go into a place where no one wants you there except your team and that can be really fun and inspiring also. Kick off is Sunday at three San Francisco's a three point road dog. They haven't lost since October 23rd. Cincinnati visits Kansas City to round out your double header. That comes your way at 6 30 with your Bloomberg sports update. I'm rob buska. This is a Bloomberg money minute. It wasn't long ago, the idea of self-driving cars was all the rage, as carmakers and tech firms didn't want to miss out on what they saw as the next big thing. But recently, many have been scaling back or even getting out. That includes Volkswagen and Ford, which see the technology still too far away. Does that signal the end or just normal growing pains? What we're seeing right now is what happens in any industry. If you look at the automotive industry at the beginning of the 20th century, there was 250 car companies by the 1930s. There was three. Self-driving vehicle tech company, aurora CEO Chris urmson. He says, while his company isn't turning its back on self-driving cars, the immediate future is in trucks. The market need is there the economics are there. It is just the right place to deploy this first. And there are already self-driving trucks on the road, most recently, Ikea has been working with Silicon Valley startup kodiak robotics using one of its self-driving trucks, making daily trips in Texas. Steve potus Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg radio on demand and in your podcast feed. On the latest balance power podcast, I talked to George Magnus from the University of Oxford on China's response to Japan and the Netherlands backing the Biden administration's restrictions on semiconductor equipment exports. At the end of October last year, the Biden administration introduced some quite strict regulations on licensing and export controls of advanced semiconductors, not just to one or two Chinese firms, but to the entire China integrated circuits semiconductor industry. So that was unique in terms of export controls. But they were unilateral controls. They said they weren't announced in conjunction with other countries. So bearing in mind there are probably only about a half a dozen companies really that are in the world and they happen to be in the United States, Japan, Korea, and one very important company in the Netherlands, which are responsible for the lion's share of what counts as important in the most advanced parts of the chip industry. What about changes within China? Because it looked there at the end of the year beginning of the year that president Xi Jinping might have been pivoting on any number of fronts. I mean, certainly on the COVID zero, there was a big pivot on that. Apparently, and some of the crackdowns on big tech. And even perhaps when it comes to Russia, it's not like he's switched his position, but he doesn't talk about it quite so much anymore. So I think support for Putin's war in Ukraine. I think will be will continue. But you're absolutely right that the abandonment of zero COVID was the biggest pivot of all, but the government has also backtracked on the balance sheet restrictions for property developers. Get more of this and other
"tyree" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg radio. Former president Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are calling for police reform following the release of the video showing the beating of Tyree Nichols. The Obama's tweeted today that the vicious unjustified beating of nickels was just the latest painful reminder of how far the country still has to go to fix how the streets are policed. They added that responsibility falls on people to mobilize to create change. The NFL is speaking out after Memphis police released footage of the fatal beating of Tyree Nichols, on Saturday the NFL released a statement on social media, saying it mourns Nichols tragic and senseless death, per the release, the association remains committed to fighting injustice in the U.S. and is working with social justice partners to support communities and fight for change. Utah is banning gender affirming care for minors. On Saturday, Republican governor Spencer Cox signed a bill that disallows access to hormonal treatments in surgical procedures for anybody under the age of 18. In a statement announcing his signature, Cox said the bill wasn't perfect, but he'd given it careful consideration and deliberation. He went on to say his administration will continue to work to better understand the science and consequences behind these procedures. In the past few years, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona and Tennessee have also approved measures to restrict gender affirming care. Nearly half the states in the country are rooting for the Bengals to make it to the Super Bowl. Julie Ryan reports. Twitter fan support hashtag data compiled by bet online shows that people in 23 states once Cincinnati to advance to this year's NFL final. The AFC is seen the most support nationwide with another 19 states pulling for Kansas City, only 6 states are rooting for Philadelphia and two for San Francisco. I'm Julie Ryan. Former WNBA MVP Candace Parker is signing with the defending champion Las Vegas aces, Parker said on her Instagram that Las Vegas was a right organization for her family after spending her last two seasons in Chicago. I'm Tammy trejo. Notebooks that President Biden wrote in during his time as vice president are among the items seized by the FBI during a search of his Delaware home last week. Brian shook has that story. A source familiar with the investigation told NBC News that writings in the notebooks were related to such things as diplomatic engagements with potential references to classified information. The notebooks apparently do not have classified markings themselves. The exact amount of notebooks taken is unknown. I'm Brian shook. A review is underway by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences into its Oscar campaign policies. The probe comes in light of the growing influence of social media, and the surprising best actress nomination of Andrea riseborough, for her performance in the little viewed indie film to Leslie, the British actress was heavily promoted on social media by some leading Hollywood actors, including Kate Winslet, Edward Norton and Gwyneth Paltrow. Riseborough's nod raised eyebrows since she had not gained momentum in pre Oscar nominations, including the screen actors guild and critics choice awards. She did receive a nomination for a Spirit Award, which honors independent movies. The Powerball jackpot continues to grow and that means there's an even bigger prize up for grabs in tonight's drawing. Brad Siegel has more. The jackpot has risen to $572 million after no one correctly picked the winning numbers in Wednesday night's drawing. The cash option for tonight's drawing about $309 million. The odds of hitting the jackpot are one in more than 292 million, the cost of a ticket is two bucks. The Powerball jackpot hasn't been one since November, the numbers will be drawn tonight just before 11 o'clock, Eastern Time. I'm Brad Siegel. A trip to the Super Bowl is on the line tomorrow for the final four teams in the NFL playoffs. The San Francisco forty-niners will face the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC championship game, and for the second straight year, the Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs will square off in the AFC championship game. The winners of Sunday's matchups will meet in Super Bowl 57 on February 12th in Arizona. I'm Tammy trujillo. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. A lawyer for FTX crypto exchange founder Sam bankman fried is pushing back against claims of witness tampering against his client. Mark Cohen, a lawyer for bankman, freed, as the federal judge presiding over the case to allow his client to meet some people involved in FTX, saying his client needs to participate in his defense. Cohen says bankman frees use of signal to reach out to the current general counsel of FTX, who is a witness, was just meant to help with the processing of FTX bankruptcy and doesn't reflect misconduct. Prosecutors say bankman freed used signal to try to influence the general counsel. US Treasury secretary Janet Yellen says she's encouraged by recent U.S. data on inflation and jobs, but conceded the economy is at risk of recession amid high interest rates. I don't want to minimize the risk of recession in the absence of further shocks. It really comes down to the labor market. And I guess the path that I see to maintaining the strong labor market will bringing inflation down. It does involve a slowdown in growth. Jones spoke exclusively to Bloomberg from Johannesburg, South Africa. Boeing has the help wanted sign out even as a number of companies across the economy planned job cuts, Bloomberg's Larry koski reports. The airplane maker plans to add 10,000 workers this year. In addition to the 15,000 it hired last year, the hiring spree is a reversal of steep reductions made by
"tyree" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The video showing the violent arrest of Tyree Nichols by Memphis police is out. It starts with cops surrounding his car and throwing him to the ground with one being heard saying they hope he gets stomped for running away from the police after he breaks free. 'cause he was hard to chase him. Officers then tackle him and start kicking and punching him while spraying mace. Nichols can be heard screaming for his mom. Nichols, who is black, died in the hospital days after a January 7th traffic stop involving now former police officers. Meantime, President Biden says he's outraged following the release of the video in a statement released after it became public Biden said he was outraged and deeply pained to see the video of the beating that resulted in nickel's death. He added that it's another painful reminder of the fear trauma and pain that black and brown Americans experience every single day. A woman who survived the deadly mass shooting in Southern California is speaking out. The woman told KTLA her dance partner bravely shielded her from the bullets and it cost him his life. A GoFundMe has been set up to raise money for yuko, who went by Andy mister nice. He was one of 11 victims who were killed when the gunman opened fire at a dance hall following lunar new year celebrations in Monterey Park. The Biden administration says more than 16 million people were fully approved for its student loan forgiveness program. Lisa Taylor has more. Some 26 million people had applied, or were automatically deemed eligible to have up to $20,000 of their federal student loans canceled. However, the program is currently on hold pending a Supreme Court decision on whether it can move forward. The high court will hear oral arguments over the policy in late February. Gas stoves have become part of the culture war with some calling for a ban. Experts say there is evidence that natural gas can lead to things like asthma in some children. I'm Brian shook. Embattled New York congressman George Santos is coming under fire again this time a report says he made an offensive post about Jewish people on Facebook a decade ago, patch reports the comment referenced Hitler the Nazi salute along with killing Jewish and black people. Meantime Santos tweeted the media continues to down spiral as their attempt to smear me fails. The Republican controlled Virginia House passes proposals for tighter voting laws, Rebecca Hughes reports. Delegates voted along party lines as expected Thursday to ban ballot drop boxes and shorten the period for voting early in person down to two weeks reports the action being mainly symbolic as both bills will likely meet a swift end in the democratic controlled Virginia Senate. The big political debate boiling down to whether adding restrictions and time limits prevents fraudulent voting or if it's meant to make voting difficult for certain groups, the alternative point of view suggesting not requiring voters to prove their legitimate right to vote through their identity, allowing permanent ballot drop off boxes, does make it easier for all people to cast a ballot, the fear then being that includes also making it easy for those casting ballots fraudulently. I'm Rebecca Hughes. Administrators are announcing a new plan to deal with enrollment challenges in the California state university system, Eddie McCann has the details. Campus is missing their enrollment targets by 10% or more will permanently lose 5% of their funding, which will then go to campuses who have more students. Cal poly Humboldt and San Francisco state are among those dealing with lower enrollment, reasons for the decline include an increase in sophomore dropouts and a big drop in transfers. I met him at coven. TMZ reports Drake's Los Angeles home was burglarized overnight. Police told the outlet the rapper's security reported seeing an unknown man leaving the residence while carrying something cops arrested the suspect after he was spotted walking down a street nearby. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Charlie peltz at Bloomberg world headquarters. An update for the Dow the S&P and NASDAQ, although we did close off session highs, NASDAQ up four weeks in a row this week NASDAQ was up 4.3%, the S&P this week was up by two and a half percent. Wall Street brushed off disappointing outlooks from some of the world's largest tech companies to push stocks higher on speculation of smaller fed hikes as inflation shows signs of easing. Matt melee's chief market strategist at Miller tayback, he says what's been impressive for him has been the resilience of the stock market, even after a couple of high profile disappointments. It's been remarkable how we've had started really with Microsoft earlier this week reporting disappointing earnings and poor guidance, maybe not quite as bad as Intel, but certainly disappointing. And yet the market was able to bounce back that day and hold up all week long. Matt melee of Miller tayback so far for January, the S&P 500 Index is up by 6%. Peter Oppenheimer is equity strategist at Goldman Sachs, and he says the backdrop for investors is not that bad. We think that the global economy is in a relatively good shape and we expect to see a soft landing in the U.S., but we also now expect to see a relatively soft landing in Europe. Peter Oppenheimer of Goldman Sachs. As for what's been driving sediment, Yuri and Timur is director of global macro at fidelity. This year, I think it's about whether earnings hold up and so far there are coming down, but they're not coming down by a lot. And meanwhile, the fed is the market is expecting the fed as we all know to pivot pretty substantially from about 5% in the coming few months down to below 3%. Yuri and Timur of fidelity, Intel, though very much on the minds of investors today, as a slowdown in personal computer sales, ravages the industry, but what about the broader earnings picture? Megan horne is chief investment officer at Verdun's capital advisers. We have a lot more to go within earnings season. But I think you're going to hear a lot more of this from just the overall economic slowdown that they're seeing. And they're going to come through and push that guidance lower for the rest of the year. It needs to happen, earnings have been very slow to come down for 2023. So I think you're going to see a lot of companies do that with that fourth quarter earnings season. Megan horne, chief investment officer at Verdun capital advisers. 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"tyree" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And they had Pretty different reactions to the experience. Way. Go Harrison it in Baby luck smile. You know better than this 600 ft in the air. There's Catalina Island. Right there on vacation. Can't beat it, White said. We have a black This is not yet cold breeze find in the air, just chillin vacation. Okay. Turn it off, please. Yeah, I love it. Yeah, This is something that shows you the the I don't know the relationship this husband white hat He's going home he wants to do. It probably had to talk her into do it. Then. Once they're up there, parasailing. She's going on something. She was puke, and he's like here, you guys instead of feeding the ad. This is awesome. This'd is it's pretty funny. Now I've been parasailing before. Quite frankly. It's not all it's cracked up to be kind of bored with their way with the in Florida did it for like. Get up. You're up there for like, 20 minutes. And after about the first five minutes, you're just floating along. Look at the coastline and all the buildings way a pie. And like, honestly, after five minutes, I was ready to come down. Yeah. You know, so I don't know The parasailing would be worth the money to be spent on that We had a story, Probably 2013 2014 of the two girls from Indiana that got severely injured. In Panama City while parasailing that's right there. Okay, Eventually they with the winds. I mean, not their parents said they were running into buildings and power lines and they eventually toppled. They fell down on top of an SUV and were injured. Um, yes, Sydney and Alexis. Um, boy, they had to fight back. I was in the early that was 2013 2014. But it could be dangerous. Absolutely not. I mean, znachko the norm, obviously, but I would save your money. If you think about stuff to do in our vacation parasailing. It's like Yeah, I'm guy was good. After a couple minutes wasn't scared at all. You're just sitting up there floating, which is kind of cool, but So we've been noticing a trend of fans feeling like they need to run on the court or throw things at the athletes. And this takes us the last night's nets and Celtics game. Ah, fan threw a water bottle at Kyrie Irving's head and got arrested. Here are the announcers and Tyree's teammate Kevin Durant. Talking about it, You know, Unfortunately, we have seen issues around the MBA..
"tyree" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Have Ah, aging, busted up quarterback who's just relying on his own arm. And then speaking of zone are man. That was a hell of a game that we saw the first game yesterday between the Chiefs and the Browns. And this is this is gonna be kind of a warm up. Sarah Lawrence is going to join us in about 10 minutes from now, and I'm going to ask him about this man. Used to coach the Eagles. Now he's with the Kansas City Chiefs. He was Tara Loans, coach. He he went to that Super Bowl. Unfortunately, they did not come out on top. That was a Tom Brady of victory. But I'm gonna ask Theo about Andy Reid and yesterday Andy Reid. He showed he got all the guts in the world and we know what happened with Patrick Mahomes. He went into concussion protocol. We are not sure if he legitimately had a concussion. A big shout out to my main man, Carrington Harrison in Kansas City. Also here on CBS Sports Radio on the weekends, Carrington reported. He spoke to someone that said it was a nervous you Not necessarily a concussion that gave Patrick Mahomes those wobbly legs and we saw what Chad Henny did. And by the way, who the hell is seen Chad Henny really do any work outside of when he played in Miami? That's the last time I recall seeing him play. But Shad went out there kind of game on the line. Besides throwing an interception, 13 yard scramble. And then Andy Reid decided to just go for it. And secure the victory. Getting the ball out to Tyree Kill Chad Henny with the pass on fourth down, Andy Reid got all the gumption in the world. I'm using the word gumption because I don't I don't want to be any more vulgar. How about that? And speaking of Patrick, my homes and what happened, whether we'll see him. This is what Andy Reid had to say about the reigning Super Bowl M v P You got hit in the back of the head and And kind of knocked the window and everything else with that, Um So we took him out. He's doing great right now, which is a real positive As we looked at this past all the Feels that you need to pass them on. So we'll you know, we'll see. See where it goes from here. No Shad Henny, the man who came in to relieve Patrick my homes and scared us all. He says he was confident and ready. This thing, just my personality. I'm always competitors. And throughout the years you know if it went my way or didn't go my way, I just felt like I love the game. Still love being around the locker room and especially coming here. Just enlighten me. Hey, listen. I know what she had any did I know what the Browns did and did not do And what happened with the defense and touchbacks understand all of that, But the M V P of that game was Andy Reid. Finally got his Super Bowl last year went over the hump. You can probably bet on more Super Bowls from Andy Reid, and I'm going to ask Tara loans about Andy Reid. There's so much I want to ask Theo. Don't move because in about 10 minutes, we'll have a conversation.
"tyree" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Kick away. Tyree calls for the fair catch again. Holly's well earlier this year, not Jean Harris scored a touchdown. And he did a celebration in the end zone that we've come to know as the Megan Rippin Oh, the arms in the air that she did during the World Cup in France. He has talked about his relationship with her and how much he admires her. She tweeted at him this just a couple of days ago and said, Love to see it. Nagy Love that You love my activism and my celebration and you see me as a woman that I am Just go out there and hurdle somebody for me, and he just did them for making repeated. I know she's screaming at her TV at home right now, Holly, that's so tough terrain, liver on and somehow he did. He leads FBs. 25 rushing touchdown 24 rushing touchdowns this season. Chris Tyree on the Kerry on first down for the Irish from the 25 goes off left tackle for three yards tackled by Wil Andersen. Joe, I think this is an important drive for Notre Dame from the standpoint of Just a confidence standpoint, You know, you've got to keep hot Bama offense on the sideline, but you need points of your own to build some confidence to get back in this thing got to put some kind of points where there's just a field goal at the end of this drug, Notre Dame second seven from the 28 moving right to left. Seoul back is Chris Tyree. Man in motion right now. Coming down and back is Davis in book to pass sets up the screen. Tyree, good blocking in front. Tyree cuts back inside the Alabama 40 yard line that was second and seven. And he's able to go for 27 yards, just what they needed on Greg. They do an excellent job of inviting Alabama upto feel and their three big grunts out in front. The all American Aaron Banks, he's kind of leading the way. I am in a couple of other offensive lineman, but Tyree takes advantage of it. Two steps out.