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Seattle's UW Medicine faces vaccine shortage, stops scheduling first dose appointments

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Seattle's UW Medicine faces vaccine shortage, stops scheduling first dose appointments

"New Covert related deaths have been reported across Washington and now is call most Brian Calvert reports. Ah major vaccine provider is Forced to hit Pause. The city of Seattle is getting excited about its first major vaccination sided Blumenfield. Fire chief Harold Scoggins hopes it will build on the momentum of the thousands of vaccines they administered this past weekend taking those doses. Two people that's really important for us. That's not done without partnerships with University of Washington except that partner has now run dry. A shortage of doses has forced the University of Washington and the vaccine sites It works with to temporarily suspend appointments for first doses. This will not impact those with a previously scheduled second appointment. Shortage may be a sign of a larger distribution problem that state health officials already seemed to be addressing. For example, after Clark County complained it was discovered they were getting far fewer vaccines, and now their supply has tripled. What come county Also previously underserved is now getting more vaccine in coming days. Ryan

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Seattle's UW bans students from in-person classes after attending large party

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:25 sec | Last week

Seattle's UW bans students from in-person classes after attending large party

"In Seattle, is dealing with a potential super spreader event after a large group of students gathered for a snow party on fraternity row during the recent winter storm. This student wait in what it is, is that they are just so isolated that they only see themselves so they don't think they're exposing everyone else. The students are strongly advised to quarantine. Wendy Gillette, CBS News

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Seattle's UW Medicine obstetrician says pregnant women should consider taking the COVID-19 vaccine

Tom and Curley

00:18 sec | 2 weeks ago

Seattle's UW Medicine obstetrician says pregnant women should consider taking the COVID-19 vaccine

"New research on the coronavirus in UW medicine says it suggests pregnant women should be given the covert vaccine. We found a 70% higher SARS cove to infection rate in pregnancy compared to similarly aged adults. That's Dr Christina Adams

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UW student tests positive for highly contagious COVID variant

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

UW student tests positive for highly contagious COVID variant

"Is reporting 107 more deaths from Cove in since Friday, as well as another 935 new cases of the virus. In the past 24 hours, almost Brian Calvert tells us about reports of the easier to spread covert variant on a local college campus. The variant, which is said to be much more contagious and spread much easier than earlier covert strains was discovered in a student on the University of Washington main campus. Be 117 variant was detected in the student's test from late January. An email sent to students and staff this week indicate the student is doing well and is now out of isolation. Dr Jeffrey got lead chair of the university's advisory committee on communicable Diseases, wrote the email and continued to urge the U. W community to social distance where Mass went outside the home. Wash hands frequently get tested when necessary and get vaccinated when eligible. Ryan

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Seattle's UW Medicine among Washington hospitals hit by mask fraud

News, Traffic and Weather

00:28 sec | 3 weeks ago

Seattle's UW Medicine among Washington hospitals hit by mask fraud

"Discovery of counterfeit and 95 mask sold to hospitals in our state Tonight, you'd of medicine says three lots of respirators that were bought from a third party vendor were confirmed to be counterfeit three and masks about 20,000 masks from those shipments were deployed at the end of December, but it's unclear how many were actually used. Washington Hospital Association says As many as two million masks may have been sent to Washington. It's not aware of any coronavirus cases tied to the

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Man accused of raping UW student in sorority house, Seattle police say

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:40 sec | Last month

Man accused of raping UW student in sorority house, Seattle police say

"Of a demonstration. Seattle Police have arrested a man accused of raping a sorority sister in her own house near the University of Washington campus. Como's Jonathan show reports from Seattle, Brandon Robinson waived his right to appear in court. He's accused of raping a young woman Sunday night in her house on the 4700 block of 16th Avenue northeast. Not that far from the University of Washington campus. The suspect was identified. Authorities say. The female victim is a sorority member who lives with 11 other women and according to court documents, she told officer she drink too much with friends ended up falling asleep in her bed, but then woke up to find Robinson raping her. Then officers went looking for him. Officers did find and arrest

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UW lab testing to determine if faster-spreading COVID-19 variant is in Washington state

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:11 min | Last month

UW lab testing to determine if faster-spreading COVID-19 variant is in Washington state

"Genome sequencing to determine if new variants of covert 19 are here in Washington. Let's learn more about that from Cuomo's Cara cost of its first Pacific Northwest case of the UK Varia diagnosed in Portland, but discovered in the variety lab at the University of Washington Washington at at U U Dub Dub Virology. Virology. We We have have a a number number of of different different platforms. platforms. That That look look for for different different pieces pieces off off the the surface surface could could be be two two genome genome there roughly two labs in the state doing these type of tests, and that's how doctors air determining if the new variants are present in the northwest. The UW lab is currently sequencing between one and 200 samples of positive Cove in 19 tests every week. It's getting back the information of every single nucleotide that forms the genome of the virus, you w medicines, Dr Alex Gran Injure, says secret Scene can be time consuming and also cost more. That's ultimately the test that sort of, you know the gold standard for figuring out what is a variant of area of concern. You know all of those sort of questions coming from sequencing the bottom line. If you have a variant of covert 19, doctors say, your test will still come up positive. Come on his time. Seven

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How the Pandemic Has Highlighted Our Need for Nature

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

02:30 min | 2 months ago

How the Pandemic Has Highlighted Our Need for Nature

"So let's get started. I have ten insights to share with you for the year to come. I'm calling are twenty twenty one. Slow flowers floral insights and industry forecast report in pursuit of nature. A you can understand. Why right as we enter. Twenty twenty one at least in the short term. Not much will feel different from the past months. And if there's anything we've learned since mid march of two thousand twenty. It's the essential and irreplaceable role of flowers and plants for our survival. And that's why. My outlook is deeply connected to humankind's pursuit of nature. And how floral entrepreneurs like you cannons should tap into and enhance that. Through your efforts. I learned about the term biofuel. Iaea in october of two thousand and nineteen when i interviewed tom. Pract and sarah dakin of grateful gardeners. Tom is a big advocate of by affiliate any opened my eyes to its relevance as we make personal and business decisions that impact our planet's survival. He discussed the definition when i interviewed him. But here it is again a to. Miriam webster a hypothetical human tendency to interact or be closely associated with other forms of life in nature by affiliate. Well all you have to do is read the headlines of twenty twenty to see a collective shift toward nature plants the environment and yes flowers. A recent article in the washington post caught my attention. The headline reads the isolation of the pandemic caused her to form a new an intense relationship to nature. She was hardly alone. It went on to say the benefits of being outdoors for your physical. Mental wellbeing are well documented but in this corona virus. They may be immeasurable then. I saw forbes headline reading nature is good for your mental health. Sometimes i'm not sure what that means. The university of washington showed this research dose of nature at home could help mental health wellbeing during covid nineteen. The report stated studies have proven that even the smallest bit of nature a single tree a small patch of flowers a house plant can generate health benefits wrote kathleen wolf a uw research social scientists in the school of environmental and forest sciences. She continues look closely in your neighborhood and the bit of nature. You may have taken for granted up until now may become the focus of your attention and help you feel better.

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UW scientists predict 150k additional COVID-19 deaths next month

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

UW scientists predict 150k additional COVID-19 deaths next month

"Group of sciences predicting another one hundred fifty thousand deaths from covid nineteen in the us next month researchers at the university of washington say the death toll could nearly double december's record of more than seventy seven thousand. The tracker at johns hopkins university shows about three hundred fifty thousand coronavirus deaths in the us and more than twenty million confirmed cases of the disease. Federal health officials say over four point. Two million americans have received their first dose of covid nineteen vaccine as of saturday. The cdc's cova data tracker shows just over thirteen million doses of in distributed nationwide and that includes two point two million doses sent for use in long term care facilities.

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New Evidence Suggests COVID-19 Can Directly Enter The Brain

KUOW Newsroom

01:01 min | 2 months ago

New Evidence Suggests COVID-19 Can Directly Enter The Brain

"Washington state prepares to receive more covert vaccine doses from both pfizer and now medusa scientists in the north west of solved. A mystery connected to some of the diseases more. Puzzling symptoms like lasting brain fog and fatigue just burns reports researchers from the university of washington. School of medicine and oregon health and science university used lab mice to test if a key protein in corona virus can cross from the bloodstream into the brain itself. Uw medicines bill banks says there's a barrier that usually protects the brain but every once in a while there's something like a bacteria or parasites that figures out how to trick. Its way into darier. Get in banks says if the protein can get in it probably can cause problems like inflammation and it means. It's likely the whole virus can get into the brain as well. This new understanding of how coronavirus virus works provides insight into possible treatments for the

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UW Huskies won’t pursue a bowl game, end 2020 season at 3-1

News, Traffic and Weather

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

UW Huskies won’t pursue a bowl game, end 2020 season at 3-1

"Program They've confirmed have announced they're not going to pursue. Bull bid here this season because of covert 19, the team's head physician. In fact, Dr Kim Harmon, saying they've taken the measures to contain the spread of covert 19 in the football program. But despite quote, aggressive protocols and a quote the team is not ready to safely prepare for and compete in a bowl game. Head coach Jimmy Lake released a statement on Friday, saying, quote our goal every season is to win the Pac 12 championship and win a ball game. I'm so proud of our guys for how hard they have worked to put us in a position to achieve those goals and again, We'll get more

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First coronavirus vaccines arrive at UW Medical Center in Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

First coronavirus vaccines arrive at UW Medical Center in Seattle

"A live look at UW Medical Center in Seattle tomorrow morning cameras will be there is the first front line workers in the state are vaccinated against Cove in 19. The first shipments of visors vaccine arrived in our state today, marking a major turning point in the path forward in the pandemic. It's just one of the big stories we're tracking on our live feeds. Tonight. We're just hours away from the first shots being administered at 11 A.m. high risk. Health workers are first in line along with staff and residents of long term care facilities and those in long term care facilities eager to get the vaccine as soon as possible New tonight. Doubles Nick Pop of his live with when they expect to get those very first shots, Nick Well, I hope to get it sometime this week, guys, even though they don't know specifically the date in which they're going to get vaccinated. The long term care facilities I spoke with today are just excited to be able to take that first step forward toward normalcy.

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First shipment of COVID-19 vaccine arrives in Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

First shipment of COVID-19 vaccine arrives in Seattle

"Vaccine arrived at Harborview in Seattle this morning. The box filled with hundreds of vials will make thousands of doses with thick blue gloves to protect his hands. You W Medical Center Chief Pharmacy Officer Steve Fujioka opened the box filled with vaccine. And dry ice, Gonna go ahead and load that in our ultra cold freezer. Several us will reload with dry ice because they recommend reloaded it when you receive it, because it's been out of their ultra cold for a while. It's good for five days. The first batch of Pfizer vaccines will be split between the UW's Harborview Northwest and Valley Medical centers. A similar scene at hospital systems across the state. Health care workers get the first doses, followed by people living in long term care and those over 65 or with him. Conditions in the weeks ahead, Charlie Harder come. O'Neill's Washington has

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Seattle's UW game vs Oregon in jeopardy as Huskies pause practices

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Seattle's UW game vs Oregon in jeopardy as Huskies pause practices

"Saturday's big Washington at Oregon football game very much in doubt because of covert virus concerns in the Husky program. Here's Bill Sports The U. Dub had a few players missing in last Saturday's football game was Stanford some because of covert others injured today, the University of Washington canceled practice at his conducting PCR test. Still waiting to see how this could impact. Saturday's pivotal Pac 12 North game at

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Friday’s Apple Cup between UW Huskies, WSU Cougars canceled

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00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Friday’s Apple Cup between UW Huskies, WSU Cougars canceled

"Has prompted the Pac 12 to cancel this year's Apple Cup. The game was supposed to be played between Washington State and you double on Friday. The Washington state is unable to feel the roster after a number of players tested positive. The game will be declared a no contest by the league. This will be the first time the two teams won't play since 1944.

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UW Medicine postponing some non-urgent procedures amid rising COVID cases in Seattle

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01:15 min | 3 months ago

UW Medicine postponing some non-urgent procedures amid rising COVID cases in Seattle

"Now plans underway to scale back some non urgent medical procedures of local hospitals right now. And to explain why comb owes Cho Miller this time. It's the number of hospitalizations due to the virus. 762 people now taking up beds, according to the cove, it tracking project. I'm very, very worried about it. Just use our is The CEO of the Washington State Hospital Association in various president state hospitals are beginning to cut back on elective surgeries. We've learned that U W medicine is actively contacting patients to postpone some surgeries, specifically, those that would require a stay of some kind post op over its Swedish. A similar approach is being taken. Just earlier this week, 10 Cove in 19 patients were admitted to the First Hill campus in a span of just five hours. Dr Elizabeth Waco is the chief operating officer. There. We've reduced impatient elective surgeries to allow us to expand our inpatient. Urgent. An emergent medical beds are teams are tired. They are fatigued, but they are resilient and we will continue to fight Cove it and it's a fight that they cannot wage alone. Your healthcare workers wants you to not get sick and they're so frustrated by people. I feel like people are ignoring the advice and incoming into getting second expected to be cared for in a high risk

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Hospitalized COVID-19 patients twice as likely to die than those with flu, UW study finds

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00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Hospitalized COVID-19 patients twice as likely to die than those with flu, UW study finds

"With severe cases of flu, according to a New University of Washington study. Almost Ryan Harris has more study of patients that you w hospitals not only showed that 40% of those with covert died compared with 19% of flu patients, but that the covert patients spent longer on ventilators and were more likely to develop potentially deadly lung inflammation. Researcher Dr POV in betrothed You acknowledges the study was done very early in the pen. Mimic, and that since then, patient outcomes have greatly improved. But he says they're nervous about how many flu patients they'll get, even though it's early, and they haven't had many case scenario. If we're seeing more cases of influenza and cove in 19 cases arising, this would be something that we really have to plan ahead of time of figure out what re sources are available toe adequately care for these patients and provide space for everyone. Dr. Betrothed you says. It's another reason to protect yourself and your family by getting a flu shot. Ryan Harris come Oh news. Thanksgiving's a huge worry for health

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Nokia's first big HMD-made phone in the US is an 8.3 5G for Verizon

Geek News Central

00:15 sec | 4 months ago

Nokia's first big HMD-made phone in the US is an 8.3 5G for Verizon

"The no get eight. V five g. Uw is hmd's first high-end phone so by verizon it's basically knuckle nokia eight point three but with millimeter wave and else launching with at six hundred ninety nine dollars.

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"uw" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

03:42 min | 10 months ago

"uw" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Threatened with kids or imprisonment. For doing normal actions that are considered. constitutional. And now another story pertaining to covid nineteen. There are certain numbers. Then end up helping you understand the story. Over half of all of the Kuroda virus that's in the united. States have come from just five states. And of those the majority of those have come from New York. So what other words more than half? The Kuroda virus deaths have come from just five states. And those five states. More than half of them, among the five states have come from New York again. I'm not saying more than half of the United States have come from New York. Forty five states. And then five states have about equal corona virus number two, and then of that universe of five states, new. York has more than half of them. On this business of encouraging people to live their own lives. The problem that they had any York was actually a problem of bad government. Advice right when the thing was hitting. which might have been a time for people to show if not social distancing some precaution? The mayor of New York de Blasio WHO's now Mr lockdown king encouraged everybody to go to chinatown the ultimate melting pot, and included obviously a number of people who had been to China related to people who are from China and seeing people trying to go to Chinatown and go hang together. I doubt. that. That's something that at the time, most people would have thought prudent, but it was what they were telling us that. New York which also didn't shut out at subway stations. Ground Zero for transmission of the virus. Now obviously. The largest population, the state, the more cases you're going to get and the list of the five states. Are, New York New Jersey Massachusetts. Michigan and Pennsylvania. Interestingly California's not on the list. Many people believe that the virus hit California earlier on a lot of people were never counted, simply died, it was thought to be the flu or natural causes, because the thing got out of China fire that expected sale. The thing that those states have in common in addition to being large for example Texas that analysts, very large state and population second I think. Is concentration of people in cities and heavy use of mass transit and lots of people living in high rise apartment buildings multifamily housing where they live on top of what other. All, not when you think about it surprising. To use these situations. As Ratchet L. for a national restriction on our rights and way of life. I want you to ponder this point as we go to the break. Think how bad it would have been. If we actually had two million deaths, we never would have recovered any rights ever. They were able to accomplish this. Over something that has had such a minimal impact on the mass, a vast majority of American citizens..

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"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"This fall think of UW Milwaukee today so I'm gonna take remote Gruber law offices one call that's all sports desk here's Brian de former Packers executive Andrew branch worked in the front office when the Packers made this decision back in two thousand and five with the twenty fourth selection in the two thousand five NFL draft the Green Bay Packers select Aaron Rodgers looking back from fifteen years distance Brandt sees a lot of similarities between the selections of Aaron Rodgers and Jordan love let me right away in Lambeau field in I liked it no I mean the exact same thing no one liked it but you know in office you don't want to be right really you work for the future of the franchise Brent joined power lunch with pragmatic on ninety four five ESPN you can check out that full interview at Wisconsin on demand dot com the reaction of the stories isn't just happening in the state of Wisconsin this really is captivated the sports world over the last couple of days ESPN NFL analyst Louis Riddick says there's no doubt in his mind that Rodgers will finish his career somewhere else no doubt I think the twenty twenty two season is when you will see him play elsewhere because that's what makes the most sense for them from a cap perspective now could he play somewhere else in as soon as twenty twenty one sure you could I mean he has a roster bonus that comes do I believe the third day of the new league year in twenty twenty one he would carry about a.

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"uw" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:18 min | 11 months ago

"uw" Discussed on KOMO

"UW virology lab that could be a big part of relaxing social distancing looks like it's pretty accurate so far almost Ryan Harris has more from the scientists and antibodies test control if you had this corona virus and the possible protection that comes with it although the researchers warn it's too early to know if it's complete protection from a reinfection Dr Alex Granger assistant director of the clinical virology lab says tests run by Abbott labs sure one hundred percent sensitivity which means it can detect the virus and ninety nine point six percent specificity which means it won't give false positives if you've had older coronaviruses Graham Jr also says it can start to give them a picture of who's still at risk and other viruses these antibodies are protective but clearly just from doing this test we don't know the answer that question definitively but this will be a test that allows us to generate that data to understand those important questions it's a blood test that would have to be ordered by your doctor and once the virology lab can get it going full bore they can run twelve to fourteen thousand tests per day but the possibility they can start running some tests as soon as next week Ryan Harris como newsy predictions being used to help guide the coronavirus policy of elected leaders show the week of may eighteenth is when Washington state might be safe to relax social distancing measures Dr Christopher Murray with the institute for health metrics of the university of Washington says that's been one of their top priorities as they create their model when would the level of the infections in the community it down to a low enough level that even with current capacity in states it would be feasible to undertake testing and contact tracing and therefore reduce the risk of research sorry says the dates for each state will changes they see things like their capacity for testing and contact tracing to court X. to question if the early predictions were to dire Murray says the local health care industry says it was ready for the situation to be much worse but that it might have been overwhelmed if they were underprepared preliminary results of a covert nineteen studies show that less than one percent of king county residents are likely to be infected the greater Seattle coronavirus assessment networkers scanned estimates that just to point oh five two point seventy five percent of the population could be carrying the disease Dr Michael Femi Larry says they look at some four thousand individual individuals represent some of the many community members who are infected and may be transmitting call the nineteen but otherwise would not be tested and diagnosed in clinical settings yes that this is early data but it seems to indicate that infections are beginning to plateau snobbish county is telling companies to make plans for reopening tales from Cuomo's Jeff Poe July as the spread of coronavirus slows in Washington state some counties are thinking about the best ways to re open their economies without causing a resurgence of the disease in our counties should be anticipating what they would do when the time comes that they're allowed to return activity that's Dr Chris spinners of the Snohomish county health district he has plenty of information for companies is available on their website this comes as Boeing in the central business announces that it will resume production in Washington state Jeff poacher like come on news of the grim milestone for Washington state amid the continuing corona virus pandemic a new count shows at least six hundred lives have now been lost that number includes eleven newly reported deaths in king county three in Pierce county and two in Snohomish county more than eleven thousand cases of covert nineteen have been reported across the state governor Jay Inslee is feeling new frustration with president trump como's bill o'neill has more left frustration comes following the president's comments on Twitter about liberating parts of the country from corona virus stayed home orders those comments seem to be aimed at encouraging protesters in a number of states including Michigan the canoeing pandemic has had that status specially hard with the unemployment rate now above twenty percent this is just grossly irresponsible and it is dangerously bombastic because it inspires people to do dangerous things governor Insley also tells CNN the president's tweets put millions of Americans at risk of contracting covert nineteen bill o'neill komo news published time nine ten and for the Harley.

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"uw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"uw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And if that's an unfair conclusion i'm just gonna go go to case after case after case after case after case of this university refusing to stand up for any catholic teaching it's not a prolife university it's not a catholic university it's a catholic university in name only you've heard of rhino this is a sino kaido how would you do catholic with a c oh i guess right see i know oh and you just wonder how long it's going to be before the alumni on the board of trustees at marquette understand that they have been making one grave mistake after another after another after another after another in tolerating levels attempt to make marquette an utterly secular university and i'll admit he's achieved that and here's my final point of this i think right now it would be easier to get away with expressing catholic beliefs at uw milwaukee than marquette i don't know that there's more repressive university in the state of wisconsin then marquette what university that is bending over backwards to pick more fights with catholics marquette this isn't happening at stout it's not happening uw madison i'm willing to bet that it you w madison a student would have been allowed to express his views that gay marriage in ethics class more likely that he would have been at marquette that is bizarre it's it's absurd but it's been tolerated by marquette's trustees and alumnis ever since level got in there and did his one man wrecking crew on the essential identity inherited university and it shouldn't have to be a guy like me who is pointing out the obvious that level has been at war with marquette's catholic tradition and will not stand up for catholic teachings at all at a university whose catholocism ought to be a strength that a selling point and not the annoyance that level has treated it as though that.

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"uw" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"uw" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"But anyway the reason we're talking about one no today is microsoft did a blog post this morning that's that isn't too surprising to anybody who's been following one note but yet yet it's created much controversy in my twitter stream today microsoft said today that as of sometime later this year one note for windows ten which is the uw p version of one note will become the default when no more microsoft office one note so office sorry one twenty sixteen which is the one the full featured desktop version it will continue to be supported by microsoft and patched and updated with security fixes until twenty twenty which is when it's post to expire but after that that's it there isn't going to be anymore one note desktop version so no one note twenty nineteen nothing like that so this version the uw peevish one note is going to be what's included in office twenty nineteen when it comes out in the second year free for everybody i mean believe so yeah i don't see that included as part of windows ten you can get it for free for enter you remember a couple of weeks ago paul said just use the pwa version it's better so it's the windows windows denver not pwa uw print i know so many acronyms eligibility it certainly missing some features i mean i'm sure there are power users out there who are freaking out and that's the issue like they there's some specific thing i i will say i you know there's a kind of goofy were office i can't see it because i'm not using the right up is an office specific formatting feature that i use a lot when you paste into a document and it is called actually just paste options and so if you take some rich texts from whatever source the web a another type of application whatever it is and you just paste it into an office sixteen application it will paste in formatted by default formatted the way it was wherever came from and then you get this little kind of pop icon and you click on it and then you can choose different types of formatting plain text only i can't remember all the options are and so that's not in the uw version of.

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"uw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"uw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Years ago who had a full ride at uw madison and athletic scholarship he was convicted of a felony for going over to his old girlfriends dorm room and having sex with her and he felt he was apparently entitled head she certainly felt that he did not heed to her criminal conviction off of this this notion of acquaintance sex for people just presume that they have a right to move forward here or think that they can take things as far as they want or this behavior that goes onto the internet right now where you are people especially targeting younger people trying to humiliate them saying look i'm going to humiliate you and put your your naked photo all your information it's going to be all over the world wide web eight billion people will see it or have sex with me in the end it's the same thing at somebody tried to get something that the other person isn't willing to give but often it will occur because of the use of either coercion or physical force or in the case of the internet extortion i don't wanna get all sanctimonious on you here because i don't think my show is a very sanctimonious show but for crying out loud control yourself great big world with a zillion people at it you got a lot of years to live you don't need to get everything that you want from whoever the person is right now pick a cold shower for crying out loud am i not right about this i am right who will but i y you know and let me continue on this you know where this all comes from people are gonna say you're going to go all got you're going to go all godliness though that's what people are going to say i and i'm getting a lot of feedback that i brought that up the context of a couple of topics we'll sort of but not really no i'm going to say that everybody wants to have what they.

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"uw" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"uw" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

"Oh i was working with uw sweet hooker so on this was a concern brand pharmaceutical consulting firm he had an advertising and a pr firm tied to it um but my daughter was had always been sick so i remember i mean whether it was and this isn't she she was always koloki i'll but then as she got a little bit older as a toddler she had seniors on that was really really scary and i remember she was sick on and i have a picture to remind me i keep it on my dresser where i'm sitting on the couch with her and i'm holding her and she couldn't have been because she was just one at the time and i'm looking down and i remember thinking i'm going to have to take care of you like visit but i didn't know like i i didn't no i didn't i guess gessen while maybe i did know what interesting it it i knew so my my acts who i am friends with of course he was really into his friends and he was into nightlife and that really wasn't me and i do i hadn't put my career into highgear i hadn't turned up the burner but it was the life that i was living and seeing you know he would go out very late at night on men sometimes he wouldn't even come home i he did work of a graveyard shift a for his job but when he was off you know he was really tied up with his friends that didn't mean that he was in with my daughter at certain times but i just had this overwhelming feeling i have to make a very big decision here and i need to do something and that first decision was to get my mba.

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"uw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"uw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The game between uw waukesha uw rock county wednesday night the let me explain the university of wisconsin system has the number of a twoyear campuses uw waukeshaw and uw rocket county and the uwi county is i believe the campuses in janesville and are positive of that but i think that it is way that's not important uw waukesha uw rock county are both two year schools and they do have basketball programs and the players on these themes are pretty good it's a notch obviously above high school basketball it's not however even division three basketball it would be classified it's the closest thing that wisconsin would have to the level of junior college so the players on the team are generally people that are in their first year or two out of high school and just as any student at say a uw waukesha uw rock county after going there for one or two years generally transfers over to a fouryear campus sometimes this is true of the basketball players that's the little bit of background is to what this game would entail so it's a higher level of basketball than you would normally see at the high school level but probably not as high a level as you'd say see seeing say carroll university your uw walk your something of that nature in any event this is a statement and we have a little bit of conflicting information here and that's why i want to share with you would be very very clear here i can tell you that the basketball coach uw county has been suspended by the university in quote the released forbade him on wednesday january third 2018 at approximately seven forty four pm only cops get it down to the exact bennett he says approximately seven 744 wolf at approximately wouldn't you say 745.

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"uw" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"uw" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Employ discounts for everyone get employed discount an all new two thousand seventeen trucks suvs and sedans and all two thousand eighteen economic and silver audio lightduty trucks but we're not course there he won't pay car city prices pete more chevrolets hindu warrington road just up the street and sakala naval air station uw football will play for a national championship on saturday the argos stunning right heads to kansas city for matchup against texas in commerce you have you wfp defied the odds yet again yesterday in pennsylvania and steve nissim tells us how the sudden ed meteoric rise of uw of football is hard to explain sure there's talent and great coaching but for a second your program to reach the national championship game something else must be going on there is a commodity a unity that seems to magnify everything they do they i was wrong as yazar awesome ours montana i welcome the coaches everyone's always together or things are going wherever they are worse than growth uw f was supposed to be the underdog in saturday's semifinal date the indiana pennsylvania but it quickly became clear that the argos were the better team that crimson hawks offense that had been putting up huge rushing yards on everyone was no match for a group that battled through the gulf south conflicts one of the things that you cannot discredit is the level of competition that we play weekin weekout we've seen some pretty good running backs we've seen some pretty good offensive line i think you saw what you've seen here over the course.

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"uw" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"uw" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Reverberates throughout your tax return while you might be able to if you altamonte itemize you might be able to deduct it going out and it looks like your incomes the same other stuff is could be affected where you're going to pay more taxes qualify charitable distribution allows this to not even enter your tax return well it's still shows up in a well you know when i have not in the taxable column yes and so it does not increase your gesture gross income because it doesn't increase your gesture gross income if you're in that phase in of tax ability of social scary less of your social security will be taxable you also don't get that the active with you know most senior scant deduct their contributions anyway and so it it just makes it much cleaner event when he comes to your tax and now what is a qualified charitable distribution they've your seventy and a half an older you can transfer money directly from a charity two from it uw now go here ira to a charity it has to go directly they can't come to you and then you write the check than a qualified journalist vision because it was distributed you and so if it goes directly to the charity that's a qualified general distribution and you can uh basically natural the obviously this is mostly for people who don't need their required minimum disruption to live offer but i've been talking to people throughout this year and even last year with who may not necessarily charitable contributions to pick your charity they have a checking account and and the other getting to the required minimum distribution asia they're in the required minimum distribution.

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"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Wisconsin companies here can do at hole and you know we've got great companies we've got rockwall johnson controls g but were might have to go beyond bringing some more asian companies and do that but it's just getting them here and getting the suppliers that we have here scaled up to be able to do the work so i mean it gosh there's going to be stories for years to come around this and if it all comes together which i hope it does this could be just on these ing but it's just it's getting there has got a goal past boilers with a quarter between milwaukee in chicago could it go past that area and move to other parts of the state rep's at of your for the fox valley area could could it also impact better absolutely i think it's going to impact every corner the state lance that's what we all looked at as as representatives obviously the the decision to vote for this was a little bit easier for representives himself he's source mountain area those of us out state the more we looked at it the more we heard from suppliers and companies in our neck of the woods that really excited about this because the opportunities that would provide for their business and again oh was stated were were looking at not only vote the foxconn project brawler am slurry development around it and they're not looking at stopping there you know they're looking at other avenues cooperating with the uw system on projects them things are really exciting uw systems really excited about this project as well that was representative jim stanic he assembly majority leader from the fifth district were also joined by cory house real estate report for the bis times we come back i wanna ask you about elected officials and reporters in that relationship i know a little bit about that but i wanna i wanna hear what you both have to say about their relationship as.

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"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In phnom malai fourtime completely gets away from me uh the legislature taking a look the uw president the red cross it come out with his proposal to merge some of the two year colleges with the fouryear colleges the idea that in you could perhaps save some money by by increasing efficiencies so uw waukesha would become essentially a part of uw milwaukee that type of thing i don't have a problem with this but as i argued earlier this week this to me this is at the real solution the real solution is it's time to close some of these two year campuses on what what's going on here is you have a handful of the to your campuses which are just hemorraging students to the point that the end as they look at the demographics there's a lot of these campuses where the the attendance is dropping and dropping and dropping to the point that they're going to have to start 'riot they're starting to reassign professors and reassign teachers i'm i'm not against the value of these two year colleges i think they do a great job but the reality is in the real world if you have if you own six gas stations in a metropolitan area and five or making money and one is losing money will what do you do you close the one that is losing money now that might inconvenient some people who live a couple blocks away from that particular gas station but at the same time you don't just say all right the the you know we don't think we can turn this particular one around for whatever reason so you close it in government that's not how it works it's like oh you'll we've got three post offices within two mile puree but at the two mile radius none of them are performing instead of consolidating and have one post off as though we got to have the three post offices the same thing is true with some of these college campuses uh if you have some of these college is and in court some of them are are reasonably reasonably close to each other um but you have a dramatic drop in the number of people who are attending at some point in time you have to say look it's nice.

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"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Extent of its but obviously concerning site they're thinking about somebody not among the crowd not putting themselves at risk but rather firing at people from beyond we're we've been hearing from witnesses all nights who say that they weren't sure exactly what was happening until they turned around and saw people getting saw a rouse them they are at the route ninety one harvest festival in las vegas i read milky you listening to live coverage from abc news and right now we've got a unfolding situation right now it appears to have calmed down uh however the uw still have police all over las vegas telling people to stay in a safe place stay off the strip gambling has been suspended and then he had this to see knows in the area people to be told the state in their rooms then he people leaving that route ninety one harvest festival were jason all dean leading mergency access and then trying desperately to find a way to get home as traffic was diverted away from that area at right now that were being told the city is getting back to normal in some respects limited slight activity has resumed at the local airport police are set perhaps in the coming minutes to give another update on what they know in the meantime let's go to abc's alex stone he's on the las vegas ribbon alex what is so remarkable to me is we keep hearing these stories about people who did not know whether it was gunfire there with a loud music venue until suddenly they saw blood and karn is all over all around the people watching their friends family and a fellow fans getting shot well exactly and still there are a lot of unknowns right now we're listening to police on their radios as they are asking okay they're getting reports of more potential shooters and then they knocked down those reports and say no.

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"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The left refuses to lead up on voter id are everybody knows in wisconsin the last election was held with voter id you had to heaven forbid who who you were before you could vote and of course in parked because hillary clinton loss and people declined to grapple at least some people claim to grapple with an explanation for this when the courts the obvious explanation he she was a horrible horrible candidate we're we're focusing on meaty this was this evil voter id the suppress voters so there's the headline scott worse produced in his this will make your head explode voter wisconsin voter id laud deterred nearly seventeen thousand bowed uw these at uw says aren't headline and so he got the headlining one in the journal sentinel uw madison studied more than sixteen thousand registered voters deterred by sleep photo id lot all right so i'm curious this first of all this is this is junk sites but i am wondering helbig got this number all right so here's what they did this this was paid for by the taxpayers the dane county the liberal lefty clerk of dane county scott mcdonnell who hates voter id he's the democratic upon the law he takes fifty five thousand dollars in taxpayer money and higher uw madison political scientist and my who's a lefty and they say let's do a study let's sample let's figure out who didn't both because of voter id so here is what they do as god is my witness i'm not making this up they go through the voter id lists in milwaukee and in indian county and the heat people who voted for did bulled so they send out one key four hundred surveys to these people who who didn't book twenty four hundred the of the twenty four hundred that the third only two hundred ninety three surveys were returned so they're only sampling twenty four hundred and leaky get almost no response you get like two hundred ninety three slightly over ten percent so you only get two hundred ninety three surveys that are return all right and then the ask you why can vote the vast majority the vast majority of the two hundred ninety survey that returned safely people say they did vote because he didn't like any of the candidates on the ballot it didn't have the time to vote they.

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"uw" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"uw" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Be talking today when university of wisconsin police chief christian roman hello kristen hello carousel as little info on at chief roman she just became will not probably doesn't feel just anymore i recently became ibew madison police chief chief are in january of 2017 so it's silly is still your inaugural year it absolutely still have a series of firsts in front of me act fund and prior to joining the uw police department she spent twenty six years for madison police department are particularly with mass into police department she was the first captain to oversee the community outreach uh division which helped her i am part of that she led a team of officers to address mental healthrelated issues in diverse people with mental illnesses away from the criminal justice system and prior to that role with the math and police department she oversaw field operations downtown uh so obviously she worked closely in the downtown area with uw madison students and ministry tres and of course uw madison police and madison police department and she is a uw madison alumni and boston university alumni i went this is year hara a beer and a member of we'll put the app this is on your website but we'll put the plug in because we're talking about you w i'm former member of the uw volleyball team yes that is true and that team is doing fabulous by the way are doing wonderfully while yes you can't get a ticket now i know there are sold out i think i think now for the entire season there is on that fabulous it is all right well we can talk about that another time girl women vibe lead so chief roman tell us a little bit about congratulations on the opposition thank you very much eve.

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"uw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"uw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Instruction the management of the finances at the uw system has improved not at all when you have it went on and oshkosh with that foundation going on and i am convinced the knowledge of uw system staffers i'm just convinced of that and a very i since i'm not naming any but nobody consumed is convinced that this is something that was known at the legco van icefall at the uw system offices with tolerated is is it a what do you have to do to have your head role at madison i guess what you have to use you have to be a conservative and what i say mattis that i mean the system it's based at madison preferred up all the campuses some of which are clearly better than others but the right to protect the rights of free speech those of yet those of you who send your kids who may be openminded kids or conservatives have just have a conservative idea or two from harassment from some who claim that it's hate speech or a talented the ought to be able to express their point of view even if some stupid bleedingheart lefty happens to want to condemn them and ostracize them you know they're a liberal states it which we can't do much of anything about this at a california were democrats running we can't do much of anything about that but here this is run entirely by republicans and his and conscionable that art board of regents appointed majority which pointed by republicans are sitting by and do nothing other than putting on a bunch of worthless statement said which they pat themselves on the back for something the art willing to do don't stand up and tell the year for free speech when you are doing anything to protect free speech it would i this is a pretty good show underway today i'll i hurt myself my hurt by armed is trying to pat myself on the back i must say i also draw attention to the fact that in full of myself it's critical break your 447 it's time for rapid traffic plenty at traveling up petty at all i did which show last night i.

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"uw" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"uw" Discussed on KOMO

"The uw masterplan still has a few hurdles to clear before it could be put into play the plan has to find favour with the seattle hearing examiner the city council and also must be approved by the uw board of regents brian calvert komo news a tacoma facebook page dedicated to spreading smiles with painted rocks has been sold sort of cobbles carleen johnson reports brooke baker started the group tacoma rocks with a simple idea to create art on rocks and hide them for people to five sometimes they have messages of encouragement and hope painted on them as has helped me and then people that ever at says in november last year the group had twenty three hundred members yesterday they had twenty three thousand but the tacoma news tribune reports some members have been banned because of painting political rocks some with references to president donald trump or drug use the paid showed it had been archived on monday close in two new members but then yesterday new members were being added again with a social media manager taking over a matter paid a thousand dollars to become the sole administrator baker who formed the original group says she hopes the new folks in charge will continue on in this spirit of spreading smile enjoy carleen johnson komo news and india a prosecutor says he won't charge a firefighter who shot a neighbor on a lawnmower it was a feud over a fence the entire incident was captured on surveillance video here's abc's ryan burrow the video shows fiftynineyearold jeffrey weigel joined back and forth with its nato dean keller of forty nine ual firefighter why go adjusting offense between the two than jumps on we'll writing one more elegance close to the fence fences he would weigel did wi pulls a gun out of his back pocket and hold it in the air as with keller pulls out his own gun sheets open hitting him four times in the chest why go also fired multiple shots the judge kelly prosecutor's office a.

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