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"university cincinnati" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

05:35 min | 3 months ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"Florence y'all's. They recently introduced their new home jerseys like I mentioned powder, blue, white numbers, red shadows, and Y'all's and read with the cursive logo powder, blue hats with the Y in the star over the Y. and read bills. They have the red white red piping like the oldest, since registers, these did. The y'all's worked with. Since the funny thing to say the Florence Y'all's I still miss the freedom. I still miss the freedom name, but the all's. In case you don't know the story. It's based on the water tower that was supposed to be full of Florence Mall, but because the mall wasn't going to be built for another two years. You can't have advertisements for something that doesn't exist. Seem sensible. So. They took the mall and scraped off the outer legs and became Florence y'all. There you go, you almost learn something today. The new home jerseys spectacular. They also introduced a couple of alternative hats. y'All's is on. Want with red bill and a tri color white front. And Sky Blue in the back. The other one is sky blue. Bill the Y. Logo again on White Front. So. Yeah, go fly! Fall them at Florence underscore y'all's no apostrophe. You see these jerseys. You'll fall in love like I did. Last up. This has to do with the University Cincinnati. This is from Mike Dyer. University of Cincinnati acknowledges petition that seeks to change the name of Marge Schott Stadium. Logo History Time Marge Schott no her as being the GM of these Cincinnati reds and you might know that she wasn't the nicest to anyone that's. Was African. American or of the Jewish faith. Or Asian American And she had A. Thing for Adolf Hitler. I know that's absolutely disgusting. Also her Saint Bernard dog used to crap all over the place A. Riverfront! Are Synergy at the time. I guess actually was synergy was ninety six who cares? So yeah. Beautiful. Ballpark at UC. I was hoping to get a chance to announce a game there, but unfortunately all the times I got. Ud or Wright state, but beautiful ballpark. It's right off the main drag. It's by vine. It's it's wonderful. It's a wonderful field artificial turf. and lots of shade great press box. Once upon a time you see used to play at. What was it? Johnny Bench field. Also I should mention Mike Dyer tweed it, but he also got help with Reggie Wilson who used to be the sports director at. ABC Twenty Fox forty five up here in Dayton. So. Both of them worked on this article. The online petition seeking to change the name of UC's Baseball Stadium had seven thousand, five hundred eighty one online signatures at four forty five Tuesday. Dave recording that would be twenty four hours ago on the DOT..

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Bitter cold invading, the tri-state and shutting down schools. This is the nine thirty report. I'm Matt Reese breaking now, the vicious cold from that polar vortex is causing local universities and school districts to close tomorrow, no school at Xavier UC northern Kentucky university Cincinnati public schools and many other school districts as we're looking at dangerous, wind chills. Tomorrow could be worse in some states. The post office will not be delivering mail tomorrow. The postal service motto. Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night is being put to the test subzero temperatures and wind chills gripping the midwest or stopping some postal workers in their tracks. The US postal service issuing a statement saying due to weather conditions related to the polar vortex. Daily operations will be suspended for Minnesota, western Wisconsin, Iowa and western Illinois. The life threatening cold expected to be record breaking in Chicago in much of northern Illinois. Temperatures could dip to negative twenty seven degrees with winds. Chill values as low as negative fifty five degrees. Michelle Franzen ABC news. Now, the latest, traffic and weather together. Traffic slow westbound to seventy five from Ohio into Kentucky near Coney Island. No indication whether there's an accident there, but traffic is definitely slow. No, major delays or accidents. Elsewhere in the tri-state the latest forecast from the Exegen temporal thermometer weather center on News Radio seven hundred wwl. Scattered snow showers and by daybreak and low temperature of one below zero for the rest of our Wednesday. Dangerous wind chills from twenty to thirty below in the morning, clouds and flurries sunshine in the afternoon. A high of five degrees brutally cold through Thursday, Thursday evening, an inch or two of snow is possible. From your severe weather station. Nine first warning chief meteorologist, Steve Raleigh. News Radio seven hundred wwl w radar shows. No snow in the tri-state right now. And we have seventeen degrees city.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Bitter cold invading, the tri-state and shutting down schools. This is the nine thirty report. I'm Matt Reese breaking now, the vicious cold from that polar vortex is causing local universities and school districts to close tomorrow, no school Xavier UC northern Kentucky university Cincinnati public schools and many other school districts as we're looking at dangerous wind chills. Tomorrow could be worse in some states. The post office will not be delivering mail tomorrow. The postal service motto. Neither snow rain nor heat nor gloom of night is being put to the test subzero temperatures and wind chills gripping the midwest or stopping some postal workers in their tracks. The US postal service issuing a statement saying due to weather conditions related to the polar vortex. Daily operations will be suspended for Minnesota, western Wisconsin, Iowa and western Illinois. The life threatening cold expected to be record breaking in Chicago in much of northern Illinois. Temperatures could dip to negative twenty seven degrees with wind. Chill values as low as negative fifty five degrees. Michelle Franzen ABC news. Now, the latest, traffic and weather together. Traffic slow westbound to seventy five from Ohio into Kentucky near Coney Island. No indication whether there's an accident there, but traffic is definitely slow. No, major delays or accidents. Elsewhere in the tri-state forecast from the Exegen temporal thermometer weather center on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl job. Scattered snow showers and by daybreak and low temperature of one below zero for the rest of our Wednesday. Dangerous wind chills from twenty to thirty below in the morning, clouds and flurries sunshine in the afternoon. A high of five degrees brutally cold through Thursday, Thursday evening and injured two of snow is possible. From your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist, Steve Raleigh. News Radio seven hundred wwl w radar shows. No snow in the state right now. And we have seventeen. Degrees. City.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Into college. It was the same thing in statistics were they were like here by the two hundred dollar calculator. You're gonna use once we want to have you show. How you do the work. So why by the calculator? I mean seriously. Calculator. But these kids don't have to add draft those damn grass. You gotta show the graph the newer circuits. That's a whole nother conversation. I don't understand that is to go Thomas. Good to talk to you. I appreciate it. I see he didn't say he was disheveled and covered in chalk. But every other math or science teacher after like a high school. That's exactly what it was is crazy time. All right. There's still Donovan I see him. He's over there two rooms away or room away. He'll be three rooms away before long if he isn't already. All right. We'll come back after five o'clock report. We'll see exactly what's going on that Reese knows. He's got his hand on the pulse of everything from fires in California to I dunno. Sure. Power outages here and crashes on the interstate and everything else, we'll get an update, and what matters to you. And then we come back. I wanna get into some totally different have a little fun because I had an experience at the grocery store, and I nearly bought a big big container of knock off Lincoln logs. And then it got me thinking about like Christmas time holiday time. Hanukkah time in. Toys and little stuff that used to mean, the whether it's rubik's cube or a football. What's your favorite toy? We'll come back after the I know you're like sterling we could solve the world's problems. No, we really can't. Let's have a little fun on a Saturday afternoon. One more hour to go. And then I'll be out roaming, the earth trying to make sense of things as I'm doing behind the microphone here at seven hundred wwl w where the Bengals play tomorrow at the ravens trying to get things done because this is the home of the best Bengals coverage and tonight university Cincinnati football Bearcats at UCF they play here because it's the home of the bearcat seven hundred wwl w Cincinnati. Traffic.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Some have wondered the the connection. And obviously there is a connection between a head football coach and someone who is in a position like yours, would you would you explain it because so often strength and conditioning coaches, but first major hire a new head coach makes. Gee, is the strength and condition coach I is, is most often times the cornerstone of the football program. He is. He is the person that really when you look at it spends more time with the athlete than any other coach on the coaching staff and the I and m the strength and conditioning coach is just that he's a coach. He's paid the same as a coach is given the same authority, interchangeable with power as a coach and and privileges and rights there in as a coach and the athlete trainer. There's not. And you know, I had the fortune of working with some very good strength and conditioning specialists when I was at Maryland, Dwight Galt was there and, and you know beach and who was phenomenal. I worked with Pimm swagger, university Cincinnati meter, great strength and conditioning coach is that had a hand in hand relationship with the ethic training staff, and they worked as Kali. But there are instances and there are times when it's not quite that. That's not quite the case. And athletic trainers can be put in a position of, you know, intimidation or fear, or, you know, just basically he's a coach and you're not at the front of the bus, and you sit in the back of the bus. So you don't even sit in the bus, you riding in the sixteen passenger van. Let me let me ask you bring differentiate because I think this has been confusing. What a trainer does. And how that correlates to what the strength and conditioning coach does. Well, I mean the the, the certifying the role of the certified athletic trainer is to provide athletic training services, both preventative rehabilitative and acute care to the student athlete. You know, obviously everybody knows their trainers, you know, most notably standing on the sideline with a six pack, a Gatorade bottle squeezing water. But you know, from from five AM when the athletic training has to come in because there is a, you know, five and conditioning session, whether it's disciplinarian or scheduled, you know, to tape an ankles before practice to conducting.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Over where he ultimately looked like he was going to be going what was your favorite pet class night i'm going to give you two one because i'm a homer the first is the first one of the draft de'andre eytan ryen russillo said it best last night of the scott van pelt sportscenter just get good players forget about you know competing with the warriors how you match up with golden state at houston acquire as many good players as possible de'andre agency good player yes there's defensive issues he kind of played out of position in college i don't think that's going to happen in the nba players by the way doing prove but there's also this notion that just because the guy's a big guy we've got to bring up the fact that the nba has changed and it's evolved you can't tell me that someone i don't care for playing two thousand eighteen ball two thousand eight ball one thousand nine hundred eighty eight ball two thousand forty eight vol you can't tell me that a guy with his size and his raw physical abilities plus the ability to you know throw the ball in the hoop from close you can't tell me there's not a place for that guy in the nba can't tell me that player isn't worth being isn't were taking number one overall i like the pick by the phoenix suns the other one really quick the golden state warriors with the twenty eighth overall pick they took from the university of cincinnati jacob edwards jacob edwards next year when the warriors are winning another mba championship you know how they've used guys like patrick mccaw jordan bell and they got such great production from the role players going to be a lot of people watching the finals next year going who's jacob evans because what jacob evans will do is play defense make threes and yes i'm a diehard university cincinnati fan so that's why i'm talking about it but still that's the pick i loved just slightly less than eight two phoenix do you think people will regret not picking michael porter jr i don't know because i don't know as much about him as as well as as the people who have you know worked out and even like during his workouts he was really kind of odd about disclosing what's up with his back in his in his hip if he ends up being as good as people said he was going to be before he played at missouri.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

"Yeah absolutely well i got to tell you the chiefs are hands down my favorite team but there's also some other great teams out there oh yeah we're talking about teams again microsoft teams that is support for today's show comes from microsoft teams microsoft teams as your hub for teamwork in office three sixty five with so much to look after wouldn't it be great just have it all in one place come on guys this is basic stuff teams is that single workplace where you can get your work and you can share and you can connect with people in your work life teams brings together your chats meetings files and apps all in one place take teamwork where you work with apps for mobile and desktop so whether you're spreading towards a deadline or sharing your next big idea teams can help you and your team achieve even more microsoft teams and office three sixty five visit office dot com slash teams to learn more that's my airborne this what we do sallai we do it that was fun it's a truck good trucks good sounds i like the ham warrants too so you and your brother grew up in ohio correct cleveland ohio and went to school cleveland heights cleveland height and then went to cincinnati university cincinnati university insistence cincinnati bearcats bearcats yeah how many did you yes we both went there okay i found him right down the road how many school years between you.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wbz newsradio 1030 it's jospin's wenger to warnings are just oh my god i just realized you can remind me somebody in a good way to give all the best qualities with this person begay with none of the other people and who is the guy tim allen to male other two twotime yeah two people say that no i've never heard that before the first i kinda as it wearing jeans and a shirt with a higher now i can just see you feeling his role role in how he did that like he makes us of that's right you made it sound that serves a hazard at who asylum tuta but that car guy you know like to get dirty are are liberal visa that that that said here are natural it helps at this hour the morning because the piedras so kinda lowered laws young you know so what does that yet so this is all ten had no actually this is a big it's a blue cap with the big act of gap with big acts and if i turn it around you can see that it's a acts with a scabbard yet through it is this from savior university cincinnati ohio what i like the fact that there's no s there's no verbiage on it so you really don't know what it is it's cool yet in the first was really down like me i'm thinking well he has this vince hatton suitable at all times yes i was in super bowl ted mateen seventy six no we live was in cincinnati over the weekend i actually first and foremost i've never been driving on a highway in interstate highway you know we have the signs to say whether advisory hero bad weather expected saturday's and be carried do ondriving on a highway at sixty five miles now the sign says don't drown and in it shifts in it says turnaround and i'm like what is that me that's a new sanggau i go drowns i now i go four more miles and the state police have closed the interstate because there is so much ponding on the water because of the rainfall they've had people were you're planning spinning out and then once you finally circumvented that got down to the banks of the ohio it had flooded by about twenty feet above its normal stage so good things were it was it was i've.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Because you're having money at fifteen is great but the of a story about when you finally realise like look this is what i'm going to do sure i'll go to college because my parents want me to but i know i wanna do this when did you can finally know that that was for you when i went to college under forget a clash that i went to there was eight hundred students in the clash orientation business right and it was like the big class that everybody had to take that was starting in college and the first or second day that i went to this class on trying to remember for sure but the teacher didn't show up and there was a video clay and he's like sorry could be here today but takes a great notes and i'll see you next time and i'm like i'm running a business i get 25 employ ease i'm doing a million dollars in business i'm here at school the teacher can't even be here right i am i hear harass so i quickly realized that i wasn't really getting anything out of school that was going to teach me anything in my life moat kind of thing right i went to a business courses or with the sales courses the guide each teaching the sales course was really teacher really never been a salesman you know and i was doing sales i was in the home knocking on doors doing telemarketing and you'll having great success along the way so it was sort of during those first couple years college and i'll say this university cincinnati not to put it down too much but it wasn't a great great college for me i mean i had graduated in a kind of in advance program in high school with about ten kids in our senior year weird its class to 200 but we had this advance class a tan that we got college credit for a lot of our courses and so i went from that ten kids the eight hundred an online ain't you know what i'm not learning anything here i was very challenge during high school but i i wasn't being challenged and i love the challenge so my son he went to penn state he was very challenged the at a great education he loved it and he graduated in.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Riley at 1035 and now we've come to the one and only blew tiger from jefferson city missouri lincoln university cincinnati bengals great the one and only weeping alomar paris way how we doing stod hello how're you alfayed test taking like i told you today on the phone i'll wind up with you in kent riley i'll go to war brother well i'll tell you what you will have a win fact their code doubt man what a tandem if we go for a comcast and low in the craig laptop that jackson although we were way o how your family and we with powered by the ban so wherever and now pay if the bva code guy will say beautiful what what made him so good ira well number one you know was the grain dad never played the back would want him back out but chuck whatever our technician your family the heat powwow in the pick me up land the cornerback federal and uh i didn't know anything about cohen by rather worker are quarterback but he covert it up and the painting of on the nub of the tanks and wherever the how to get there and we have a gang hello ira railways everett by family co he's well nakodhka i really riverhead that ahead to learn anything from yeah family vaca took my show on the road after a hammer went through askandy out vaira prepared no doubt no doubt leap in la more issue was neon deion sanders before dion sanders uh even came on radar leap is the only bangle in history to score two touchdowns in a game on returns and or recovery's any did it three times now check this out cornerback and kick returner from 1973 seventy seven for the banglades he scored two tvs on november raith 1978 buffalo 95 your kickoff return in '83 your returned a blocked field goal attempts then on december seventeen nineteen 72 it's houston or twenty five yard i n t return it a 33 yard i n t return and then on october six 1974 against the redskins i 90 yard putt return in a forty seven yard fumble return it no wonder the washington redskins says hey this guy's good we want him and yet ethos of coin out your you became a skin at the.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on AP News

"Call matthew harrity who was driving a patrol car says he and his partner bob nor heard a loud sound just as distinct damon approached his side of the car and nor opened fire minneapolis mayor buddy betsy hodges says she wants to know more about what happened why did officer newer draw and fire his gun what happened from the time the officers arrived on the scene to win she was pronounced dead why don't we have footage from body cameras why were they not activated we all want answers to those questions minneapolis city attorney susan siegel says a transcript of damon's original nine one one call can be made public i believe it is being transcribed perhaps as we speak and after that is provided to the family that will be made publicly available in available to the media there is no timetable as to when the transcript will be released no third state trial for former university cincinnati police officer ray tensing tensing who is white shot and killed another are black motorist during a 2015 traffic stop prosecutor joe deedar says all of his files have been turned over to federal attorneys to determine if sam dubos civil rights may have been violated i'm hopeful that uh the us attorney's office will see fit to proceed in this manner because they can admit evidence that we could not before university fire tensing after he was indicted it restructured its public safety department of reached at five point three milliondollar settlement with dubos family including free undergraduate tuition for dubos thirteen children this is ap radio news oh virus tipple.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"The fourth of july savings event is going on now with qatar centre with massive markdowns on top brandname gear in every department check out a casio adhd digital keyboard just to ninety nine and pick up a jim and i fifty means loudspeaker packed full one forty nine go online to give your money seething coupon to give fifty percent off your told qualifying purchase of one that nine no more and grab your copy of the list in store with a major brands too low to advertise the fourth of july savings event going on now through july four tickets are center in store and online cincinnati police shooting missing teen found dead onto maguire withinet p newsmen a former white university cincinnati police officer ray tensing second trial just like us first ends in a hung jury dancing was charged with the shooting death a black motorist sam dubos black lives matters brian taylor says the system favours police a jury selection that uh is so narrow that only a select few can be a part of it tensing de had testified he fired his gun because he feared he was going to be killed as dubos drove away will tenzing's arm was pinned in his car to most families demanding a third trial a north texas medical examiner's identified a body found in landfill as that a 14yearold caitlyn cargo missing since monday evening bedford texas police chief jeff gibson says his department is determined to solve data find the answers that this family in this community to serve a monday caitlyn ask a friend at a dog park to watch her dog for a minute she never returned until maguire.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio i'm jim mcguire sand devos family is demanding a third trial after another cincinnati jury reported it was hopelessly deadlocked in the trial of white university cincinnati police officer ray tenzing in the shooting death of dubos a black motorist black lives matters brian tell taylor sees the system as rigged in favour of the police cops who murder never are convicted in the united states of murder when there's black skin involved and that's never happen that's the problem prosecutors will have to decide whether detroit tenzing for a third time president trump signs what he calls an historic bill to overhaul the department of veterans affairs ab solder madani with more of here over he signing sitting at a table in the east room the president said the bill marks a generational reform for the va designed to make firing employees easier a power the department's log wanted to penalise those who mistreat veterans the accountability is essential to making sure that our veterans are treated with respect they have so richly earned he made a campaign promise to dismiss v eight workers who let down veterans saga regarding at the white house former vanderbilt university of football player brendan banks is found guilty of two counts in the 2013 rape of an unconscious female student he is the third former player our convicted the case to others serving lengthy prison terms a fourth who testified against the of the three awaits trial a north texas medical examiner has done a fight a body found at a landfill as 14yearold kaitlan cargill who had been missing since monday evening bedford police chief just gibson are working diligent we entirely leslie on a resolution to this senseless loss police say the girl was last seen monday evening as she walked her dog at a dog parka friend suchy ask others to watch the dog for a minute but didn't return this is ap radio news.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

"We will make sure that people who are feeling a variety of emotions and in my opinion justifiably so have a right to express themselves peacefully and we have every expectation that that will be the case the university cincinnati fire tenzing last year after his indictment north korea is denied responsibility for the death of auto warm via the american student at health for more than a year he passed away this week days after being returned home in a coma in a statement the north korean foreign ministry said quote the fact that warm beer died suddenly is a mystery to us as well saudi arabia and three other gulf arab nations have issued thirteen demands to cutter they've already imposed an economic blockade accusing the persian gulf kingdom of supporting terror groups today they said cutter must shut down the broadcaster aljazeera and downgrade diplomatic relations with iran among other steps petra said it's reviewing the demands officials in london began evacuating five apartment buildings late today over fire concerns hundreds of people are affected and repairs could take several weeks the buildings have citing similar to a high rise that erupted in flames last week killing seven nine people investigators confirmed today that this siding on that building likely contributed to the flames rapid spread preliminary inflation proof collected from film tower at scheidt that they can thing off the test staff the initial tests on the kayaking tiles host i filed the safety tests the investigators say the fire started in a refrigerator they're considering manslaughter and other criminal charges against companies that built and maintained the apartment tower.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Now i mean he was barely functional we passed away the family as declined to do an autopsy there's a lot of folks that are saying that's something which should happen so that's going to be our first topics on the show today so auto warm biro's that ruin knows now passed away we're learning today there will not be an autopsy so whatever caused him to die ever caused his help to a road during his imprisonment in north korea is going to remain a mystery at least for the time being who knows it will ever know exactly what happened now north korea claims that he had botulism so you gotta united faction after some hard labour it was very early on in his sentence last march 2016 says that he took a sleeping pill and she was never the same after that fell into a coma after taking this pill while doctors here when he was finally returned cincinnati university cincinnati doctor said they never found any trace is of active botulism toxin that can mess up your nervous system i he remained in a state of unresponsive wakefulness doctor said until his death on monday so the question becomes do we need to have an autopsy does this help as we go forward in this case obviously there's a locks ago you there's reaction from congress there's reaction from the president is this a threat to national security in but what i mean by that is does it help us as a country or at least help our government as a country to know exactly what caused his death think the simple answer is yes and is it in a in the national interest sd in our national interest collectively to know how he died now everything that we know about his death rate houses from external observations by the doctors that that saw him wanted me back in a very very a bad state and keep in mind auto warm you're just went to he went to north korea on a sightseeing trip right yes and then he was sentenced to fifteen years hard labor and then at the end of it of his life of we don't know what happened because of the specifics they say botulism who knows.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on AP News

"From ohio auto warm beer has died at the university cincinnati medical center doctors earlier said he suffered severe brain damage sometime after you've been sentenced to fifteen years in prison by the north korean regime is returned to the us in a coma last week senate democrats taking steps to slow down work on the republican effort to revamp the affordable care act to draw attention to that gop work namely in private saga madani with more senior aide says starting this evening democrats will start using procedural moves to slow the senate's work battling glued floor speeches and refusing to let the senate skipped steps that take up a lot of time polls open tomorrow most expensive congressional election in us history democrat jon ossoff takenon republican karen handel to succeed no now health and human services secretary tom price and georgia's sixth the district i'm typical our european union ministers say they regret president trump's decision to pull the us out of the paris climate agreement but they p correspondent charles david does my reports they plan to push ahead with it foreign minister say in a statement that the eu deeply regrets the unilateral decision by the us it ministration to withdraw from the paris climate agreement but the move learnt affect their plans they say the landmark pact to fight global warming is fit the purpose and cannot be renegotiated adding that the agreement is on bishops but not prescriptive and allows each party to forge its own path i'm charleston esma parts of the southwestern us are cookie away the heat heatwave with little relief of slide national weather service.

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"university cincinnati" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"university cincinnati" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Unfreeze station from abc news i'm richard cantu eric tonight on the norristown pennsylvania sex assault trial of bill cosby abc's brad mielke is there judge steven o'neill summoned the jury and sent them home for the night saying they were exhausted and that he was proud of their commitments the jury is now completed about forty hours of deliberation and hasn't asked a question of the court since wednesday evening ran mid day they told the judge they were deadlocked with no indication of how many are falling into either camp brad mielke abc news norristown pennsylvania to prison inmates who killed two guards during an escape in georgia on tuesday are back in custody captured in tennessee authorities there gave chase after spotting ricky do boesen donald role in a vehicle on i twenty four they were captured after a short foot chase through the woods after wrecking the vehicle the washington post reports special counsel robert muller is investigating jared kushner's finances and business dealings as part of the russian probe kushner's president trump's soninlaw the senior adviser to the president meanwhile following president trump vice president and mike pence was hired a personal attorney in the russian investigation name is richard cohen a former us attorney and like the president tim cullen will respond to health bessul council related enquiries the vice president's office tells us that he looks forward to a swift conclusion on this matter abc news senior white house correspondent cecilia vega doctors at the university cincinnati hospital say otto warm beer komen toes following his release by north korea are describing his condition as a state of unresponsive wakefulness this is something that was previously termed persistently vegetative state and it describes the patient may have certain characteristics of consciousness this could include are blinking in i've movement for example but who has no apparent reaction to the external world or understanding of our engagement with their surroundings abc news medical editor dan child how he got that way is unclear but the docks it wasn't botulism as north korea claims you're listening to abc news here's a special message for those of you who owe the irs at least ten thousand.

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