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"university florida" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:08 min | 10 months ago

"university florida" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Katie barnes can you tell me a little bit about becky pepper jackson. Becky is an eleven year old girl. Who loves to run with her family. Favorite sport cross country. And the reason why i love it so much is because my whole family have always done it most nights especially in the summer they go out and run a mile together in through the rolling hills of the west virginia countryside. You remember the first time you ever ran for a long time Running with my mom when she was on the stroller. When i was in the stroller now troy and becky's just like every other kid except she's transgender heading into sixth grades. The first time she'd be able to run cross country for her school. She really wanted to join the team. But west virginia passed a law. That would have made it impossible for her to do so. A bill moving through the west virginia house would place new restrictions on transgender student. Athletes kabila supporters believe transgender athletes. Have an unfair advantage over non transgender athletes and so her mom and becky sued in order to get the right for her to run cross country with her peers. This is all stemming from a transgender student here in harrison county that wanted to run on her middle school cross country team. The american civil liberties union filed a lawsuit on her behalf. Mbeki's the only young transgender person who is faced with this issue. It's a sippy is poised to ban transgender athletes from competing in women's sports in schools and universities florida. Girls are gonna play girls sports in boys. You're going to play voice sports. That's what we're doing at least twenty four states at least twenty five states at least twenty-six states have now introduced similar. Bill's over sixty bills targeting trans youth. Specifically

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Why States Are Sending Transgender Athletes to the Sidelines

ESPN Daily

02:08 min | 10 months ago

Why States Are Sending Transgender Athletes to the Sidelines

"Katie barnes can you tell me a little bit about becky pepper jackson. Becky is an eleven year old girl. Who loves to run with her family. Favorite sport cross country. And the reason why i love it so much is because my whole family have always done it most nights especially in the summer they go out and run a mile together in through the rolling hills of the west virginia countryside. You remember the first time you ever ran for a long time Running with my mom when she was on the stroller. When i was in the stroller now troy and becky's just like every other kid except she's transgender heading into sixth grades. The first time she'd be able to run cross country for her school. She really wanted to join the team. But west virginia passed a law. That would have made it impossible for her to do so. A bill moving through the west virginia house would place new restrictions on transgender student. Athletes kabila supporters believe transgender athletes. Have an unfair advantage over non transgender athletes and so her mom and becky sued in order to get the right for her to run cross country with her peers. This is all stemming from a transgender student here in harrison county that wanted to run on her middle school cross country team. The american civil liberties union filed a lawsuit on her behalf. Mbeki's the only young transgender person who is faced with this issue. It's a sippy is poised to ban transgender athletes from competing in women's sports in schools and universities florida. Girls are gonna play girls sports in boys. You're going to play voice sports. That's what we're doing at least twenty four states at least twenty five states at least twenty-six states have now introduced similar. Bill's over sixty bills targeting trans youth. Specifically

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"university florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"university florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"This is news. Radio. W F L A Tampa on w x TV HD to Clearwater. Good morning. I'm Chris. Strengthen our top story a 10 o'clock. Man's dead after a shooting in Hillsborough County. It happened last night and gives in to near a gas station on Gibson's and Dr Deputies believe he knew the shooter, but there's no word yet on a motive. Florida is now all but certain to become the third state in the country to surpass one million confirmed cases of Corona virus at the next update. State health officials reported more than 6600 new cases in the last day, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to more than 999,000. Dr. Jason Salamis, an epidemiologist at USF is called community spread for reason, because it tends to spread into all members of the population. So the reason why we're seeing these spikes in cases is not because we're doing more testing doctors are better prepared now to treat patients and news about a vaccine continues to be promising, but the state is still seeing the largest increase in cases. Since the summer. The number of covert 19 cases is expected to go up. Now The Thanksgiving has passed us F infectious disease expert Tom you, Nash tells news Channel eight. Many people don't know they have the virus until a few days after they're exposed to the infection with this sort of thing where people traveled around a lot, they were visiting with family, probably around the dinner table where they were wearing masks. You have a chance that they're gonna be exposed in the whole lot Larger number of people that know what if they'd just been staying off, you know, says the best advice is still wear a mask and wash your hands often. Florida Senator Rick Scott says he opposes a tax increase that will make it more difficult to achieve the American dream. The senator spoke out against a tuition hike it Florida's public colleges and universities. Florida Board of Governors is considering raising tuition. But Scott says that should be off the table as families struggle to recover from the coronavirus, Tampa Bay traffic and weather just moments away with Florida's news on Chris Trackman. Fans of McKay used books in Manassas shares so thoughts about their favorite bookstore. McKay's filled my home with happiness, truly fantastic and worth a drive favorite bookstore ever.

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"university florida" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"university florida" Discussed on KTRH

"Vaccines are really right on the horizon will be having vaccines available for the higher priority people towards the middle and end of December and as we get into January In February. So everyone is totally empathetic about the fatigue that everyone is feeling. They've been over 13 million confirmed cases of covert in the United States and over 266,000 deaths. This, according to Johns Hopkins University. Florida Republican congressman Matt gets tells Judge Janine that he expects Joe Biden's administration to use pandemic as a way to implement socialist Policies. I think that Joe Biden wants to use the coronavirus toe reform the healthcare system. He wants to use the coronavirus for Ah, Universal basic income he wants to use the Corona virus is a Trojan horse for every bad socialist idea that the Democrats have been trying to get through over the last several years. Biden does say that he wants a national mask mandate for 6 to 8 weeks. There are some promising details coming out on the distribution of Corona virus vaccine two weeks from today, people could start getting that vaccine. It's going to start with health care workers. This comes after the FDA has their emergency use authorization meeting on December 10th. That's going to be a key date. And then about two days after that, people will start getting inoculated again with those health care workers first and as far as shipping those vaccines or concern And United Airlines is playing a major part in the shipping. They're gonna be chartering flights from Brussels, Belgium, all the way to Chicago. And what makes it even more interesting. They're gonna be carrying five times the amount of dry ice normally permitted on board to keep the vaccine at the necessary cold temperature for effectiveness. The FDA weeds December 10th to decide on the emergency authorization early this morning in local news, a Houston man was shot while he was in bed. Houston police say that he is the victim of a drive by shooting. The man was shot in the chest was taken to a local hospital after police arrived. The victim is expected to live. That investigation into the shooting is under way and in sports that big boxing match last night. Well, people are wondering if they should have spent that money. It was fought to a draw. Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr the tuber Jake Paul won the undercard in the knockout and the Aggies beat L s u Tigers last night 20 to 10. Make that 20 to 7 earlier than that. Both the Texas Longhorns and the Texas take Red Raiders lost their games. News on demand at ktrh dot com. Our next update is at 1 30 Breaking news is it happens? I'm Sally Adams on Houston's news, weather and Traffic station. NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh. The following is.

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"university florida" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on AP News

"Property. We're worried about eucalyptus trees Gonna catch fire, Then we have a disaster. In Philadelphia. Former President Barack Obama will address the Democratic National Convention before vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris accepts her party's nomination. Our soccer mahogany reports, Obama will speak before Camilla Harris historic handoff from the nation's first black president to the first black woman on a major party ticket. He will speak live from Philadelphia's Museum of the American Revolution, a spot meant to convey that Obama sees the cornerstones of American democracy themselves at stake in the election. President Trump criticized Obama after catching excerpts of his speech. President Obama did not do a good job and The reason I'm here is because of President Obama and Joe Biden, The president today praised the supporters of the Q and on conspiracy group suggesting that he appreciates their support of his candidacy. The U. S has topped 5.5 Million Cove in 19 infections with more than 172,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, Florida today hit a new threshold surpassing 10,000 cases. The teachers loss. It was argued in court about whether schools should reopen a former FBI lawyer pleaded guilty to altering a document related to the secret surveillance of a former Trump campaign advisor during the Russia investigation. Kevin Kline Smith is the first to be charged in a special Justice Department review. This is AP News The United States is going to demand tomorrow that all United Nations sanctions be reimposed against Iran. President Trump announced the move after the failure to extend an arms embargo against Tehran. Today, I'm directing the secretary of state like Pompeo. To notify the U. N Security Council that the United States intends to restore virtually all of the previously suspended United Nations sanctions. One around just snap back. Not uncommon. A Florida appeals court has ruled that police violated the rights of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and other patrons when they secretly taped them paying for massage parlor sex acts. The court has rejected the tapes, essentially ending the case. It is expected that prosecutors will appeal to the Florida Supreme Court. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Thank.

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"university florida" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on AP News

"Property here, worried about the people of history's gonna catch fire than other disaster in Philadelphia, former President Barack Obama will address the Democratic National Convention before vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris accepts her party's nomination. Our soccer mahogany reports. Obama will speak before Camilla Harris historic handoff from the nation's first black president to the first black woman on a major party ticket. He will speak live from Philadelphia's Museum of the American Revolution, a spot meant to convey that Obama sees the cornerstones of American democracy themselves At stake in the election. President Trump criticized Obama after catching excerpts of his speech. President Obama did not do a good job and The reason I'm here is because of President Obama and Joe Biden, The president today praised the supporters of the Q and on conspiracy group suggesting that he appreciates their support of his candidacy. The U. S has topped 5.5 Million Cove in 19 infections with more than 172,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, Florida today hit a new threshold surpassing 10,000 cases. The teachers lawsuit was argued in court about whether schools should reopen a former FBI lawyer pleaded guilty to altering a document related to the secret surveillance of a former Trump campaign advisor during the Russia investigation. Kevin Kline Smith is the first to be charged in a special Justice Department review. This is AP News The United States is going to demand tomorrow that all United Nations sanctions be reimposed against Iran. President Trump announced the move after the failure to extend an arms embargo against Tehran. Today, I'm directing the Secretary of state Mike Pompeo. To notify the U. N Security Council that the United States intends to restore virtually all of the previously suspended United Nations sanctions. I went around to snap back Not uncommon. The Florida appeals court has ruled that police violated the rights of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and other patrons when they secretly taped them paying for massage parlor sex acts. The court has rejected the tapes, essentially ending the case. It is expected that prosecutors will appeal to the Florida Supreme Court. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News.

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Florida coronavirus cases show little sign of slowing as state surpasses New York

TIME's Top Stories

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Florida coronavirus cases show little sign of slowing as state surpasses New York

"Florida now has more confirmed cove nineteen cases than New York state by Tara Law. The number of covid nineteen cases recorded in Florida has now passed New York leaving the Sunshine State with the second most corona virus cases in the nation trailing only California as of yesterday more than four hundred fourteen thousand people have been diagnosed with covid nineteen in Florida according to a tracker maintained by researchers at Johns Hopkins University Florida's number passes the four hundred eleven. Thousand cases recorded so far in New York. California, the nation's most. Most populous state has had the most corona virus cases since last week as of Saturday had more than four hundred forty six thousand cases. While Cova nineteen cases surged in the northeast early this spring. Florida appeared to have missed the worst impact of the pandemic. However, the state's fortunes appeared to shift after the state rapidly entered his lockdown in May. These grim milestones reflect the shift of the epicenter of the pandemic to the sun belt. While the spread of the virus in New York and New Jersey dropped in May, and have remained low. The virus has spread rapidly in places like California Arizona and Texas. As cases have surged in Florida. Communities across the state have been forced to roll back some reopening measures to curb the spread of the virus, ordering beaches to close again and imposing mandatory face, covering policies although Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's faced criticism for failing to impose more restrictive measures such as a statewide mask requirement.

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"university florida" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"KFBK FM pollen from ABC News on Chuck's Iverson tied to his re election campaign President Trump Attorney general bars set to announce that they're sending federal agents to Chicago and other cities led by Democrats to deal with what Mr Trump has called totally out of control, crime and disorder. Some city leaders say the feds, sometimes an unmarked cars, and with no IEDs visible, make things worse. Illinoisgovernor J. B. Pritzker. What? I will not stand for our efforts that undermined civil rights and civil liberties. Like what's happening in Portland, conducted anonymously under the cover of darkness and with no transparency, California breaks a record and not a good one. California now holds the top spot when it comes to Cove it 19 cases over taking New York earlier today. California also has double the population of New York, California with over 409,000 confirmed cases, according to Johns Hopkins University. Florida is in third place with over 370,000 cases. A. B C's Alex Stone in Los Angeles debate in Washington over the next Corona virus relief proposal. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows will head back to the capital Wednesday afternoon for further negotiations on the forthcoming GOP relief bill. ABC News has learned. There is a possibility that an outline of the legislation could be released this evening. But Republicans were still working out their position on President Trump's proposed payroll tax cut and the overall cost of the package. Adam Kelsey. ABC NEWS Washington Apologizing on the House floor, Florida Republican Congressman Ted Yoho to Democratic congresswoman Alexandria Cassio Cortez after reports that he verbally assaulted her and called her an offensive name on the House steps on Monday rise to apologize for the abrupt manner of the conversation I had with my colleague from New York. It is true that we disagree on policies and visions for America. But that does not mean we should be disrespectful. Cortez Tweeted Yo Ho was shirking responsibility, insinuating it wasn't an apology worth accepting. Listening to ABC News and I Hard Radio Station News, 93.1 Kfbk. Good afternoon. 12..

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"university florida" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To announce that they're sending federal agents to Chicago and other cities led by Democrats. To deal with what Mr Trump has called totally out of control, crime and disorder. Some city leaders say the feds, sometimes an unmarked cars, and with no ideas visible, make things worse. Illinoisgovernor J. B. Pritzker. What? I will not stand for our efforts that undermine civil rights and civil liberties. Like what's happening in Portland, conducted anonymously under the cover of darkness and with no transparency, California breaks a record and not a good one. California now holds the top spot when it comes to Cove it 19 cases over taking New York earlier today. California also has double the population of New York, California with over 409,000 confirmed cases, according to Johns Hopkins University. Florida is in third place with over 370,000 cases. A. B C's Alex Stone in Los Angeles debate in Washington over the next Corona virus relief proposal. Treasury Secretary Stephen Yushin and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows will head back to the capital Wednesday afternoon for further negotiations on the forthcoming GOP relief bill. ABC News has learned. There is a possibility that an outline of the legislation could be released this evening. But Republicans were still working out their position on President Trump's proposed payroll tax cut and the overall cost of the package. Adam Kelsey ABC NEWS Washington Apologizing on the House floor, Florida Republican Congressman Ted Yoho to Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria, Casio Cortez. After reports that he verbally assaulted her and called her an offensive name on the House steps. On Monday, I rise to apologize for the abrupt manner of the conversation I had with my colleague from New York. It is true that we disagree on policies and visions for America. But that does not mean we should be disrespectful. Cortez Tweeted Yo Ho is shirking responsibility, insinuating It wasn't an apology worth accepting..

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"university florida" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on KOMO

"Good afternoon. It's 12 o'clock. From ABC News time Chuck Stevenson tied to his re election campaign President Trump Attorney general bars set to announce that they're sending federal agents to Chicago and other cities led by Democrats. To deal with what Mr Trump has called totally out of control, crime and disorder. Some city leaders say the feds, sometimes an unmarked cars, and with no ideas visible, make things worse. Illinoisgovernor J. B. Pritzker. What? I will not stand for our efforts that undermined civil rights and civil liberties. Like what's happening in Portland, conducted anonymously under the cover of darkness and with no transparency, California breaks a record and not a good one. California now holds the top spot when it comes to Cove it 19 cases over taking New York earlier today. California also has double the population of New York, California with over 409,000 confirmed cases, according to Johns Hopkins University. Florida is in third place with over 370,000 cases. A. B C's Alex Stone in Los Angeles debate in Washington over the next Corona virus relief proposal. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows will head back to the capital Wednesday afternoon for further negotiations on the forthcoming GOP relief bill. ABC News has learned. There is a possibility that an outline of the legislation could be released this evening. But Republicans were still working out their position on President Trump's proposed payroll tax cut and the overall cost of the package. Adam Kelsey ABC NEWS Washington Apologizing on the House floor, Florida Republican Congressman Ted Yoho to Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria, Casio Cortez. After reports that he verbally assaulted her and called her an offensive name on the House steps on Monday rise to apologize for the abrupt manner of the conversation I had with my colleague from New York. It is true that we disagree on policies and visions for America, but that does not mean We should be disrespectful. Cortez tweeted Yo Ho was shirking responsibility. Insinuating It wasn't an apology worth accepting your listening to ABC News. Stay.

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"university florida" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on The News Junkie

"In Florida. Giving you a recap of the most grown worthy stories. This weekend. I don't have a lot of times. Let's get into it. Let's take a trip around the sunshine state and see some of the craziness that happened in the past few days or so, and they they've done no Florida finally has a shining light upon them. We did some good. Yeah Florida emerges as bright spot in covid nineteen fight. You didn't think we could do it. they say the case and death numbers point to something. Many may find surprising, because we're not as much of a hot spot as New, York California or Michigan and there are fewer cases per capita than other heavily impacted states, such as Louisiana the according to Johns Hopkins University Florida has had a total of one hundred seventy six cases per hundred thousand people compared to Louisiana at six, hundred and forty four, and so as the stuff starts opening up there. They've figured. Figured out who will be the first to open a poker room? which we big when they do. Yeah, I mean a lot of people want to get their gamble on, but that's one of those things where you're. You're touching cards, your elbow to elbow with people, but a Tampa Bay poker room said they are opening next week. They might be one of the first in the country. Do this Derby. Lane announced on its website. Not your cousin. No, no relation to me. Derby Lane said it will restart live greyhound racing on Friday eighth, and the card room will open with limited operations. Monday may eleventh. The Greyhound got shut down. I think this is the last year they can do it, and I they the most of the Greyhound. Facilities were going to be shut down anyway because they couldn't operate during the pandemic. Let's be real here. The greyhound racing make sense. The horse racing makes sense. You don't need people there for that, and you could just watch it and bet on and stuff, but the poker room. That's GonNa be a lot more difficult. There is a professor of management at USF. Told eight on your side over our friends at Wfan. They said the racing side is no problem. They've got plenty of room there, but they said a poker room cannot safely reopen calling it the Petri dish of pandemic, so we'll see how that goes. There is a sheriff. Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony Who's. Having a little bit of issues right now because he's for reelection sheriff and he's had to go on the record after a watchdog news group. Came back and reminded him that. Hey, either way back in nineteen ninety-three. Didn't you kill a guy? Pulled a straight up ceiling on this man, he's been keeping the killing the secret for years, but the sheriff had to go on the record and he spoke to a local. TV Station at the headquarters over there Bso, and he said it was a violent encounter that he and his brother endured, it was may of nineteen ninety-three when and he in self-defense shoot and kill an eighteen year old man that was threatening to shoot him and his brother. That's the same guy who's in the picture where those topless women that we talked about Oh, so he's having multiple issues going stuff going on over in Marion County. There's a man who. Wanted to make awareness of juveniles on dirt bikes, tormenting the neighborhood and you know there's ways you could make awareness. You could call the police. You could put up some signs maybe have. Some some training on how to facebook page not torment the neighborhood a petition. But he didn't go that route instead they say he fired his. A are fifteen multiple times because a group of juveniles on dirt bikes were tormenting. So, Florida. Just making this making awareness, everything's cool. Do you make awareness you raise awareness, he said. He wanted to make it right as A. Normal people that wouldn't fire a gun like that would be just raising awareness, but he was making it and making it hard. Deputies say they were called to a area of southeast, one, seventy, four, who cares street in Ocala Sunday to investigate reports of dirt bikers, driving recklessly as deputy Anthony Esquivel was investigating. The juvenile's told him that forty-five-year-old Derek. Roberts had fired in fifteen. Fifteen toward them Roberts claim to the victim, said threatened to shoot him, and had run their dog off a road a week prior causing the canines or run straight into offense and hurt his rate, so w say Robert admitted to firing six rounds from his glock into his yard after the tenth blanking time they pass by just to make awareness and not necessarily raise it. So He's rested on three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill have our parents of the Day Harran Saf. And those are in Hillsborough County. Where they say the Hillsborough County School district did not have enough food for students. Because of some greedy individuals, you know how a lot of the schools despite being closed, have been giving out the meals to kids who would normally be on free and reduced lunch, yeah. These parents took those meals and sold the come on. The school district said some people were visiting multiple sites. Receive, free, food, and then selling it for profit. Constituents were coming through the line at multiple schools and taking away food from children in need. This is Superintendent Addison Davis talking. My job is to take care of everyone students. Every single day families could receive one pound of lunch, meat loaf of bread, milk, juice and other snacks, and there were parents that were just showing up to all the different locations than food, trying to flip them online, which is a scum bag thing to do? If you were driving down the interstate and you had a tire blowout. or You thought somebody was shooting at you. You would naturally just call the cops immediately. Probably, the right move would be the right moves Martin if if it was you sean or you Sabrina driving as you normally do. It wasn't a very smart move for this guy. He's from Florida, but we've exported him to Oregon. And he was driving around on interstate five. He thought he'd been shot at, but it was actually a tire blowout, so he called the cops, and they came and found thirty thousand dollars in cash and a whole bunch of weed are so he unfortunately will not be holding onto that and he was arrested on the spot. That's it for this week in. Florida, thank you see lane back in just a moment with your dispatches. What are you thinking about today? What's going on in your world? Let us know search for the news junkie in the APP store. Now those are next stay. Put News Junkie on real radio. Yes. Did you gotTa make mixed drinks? Math lesson real radio..

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"university florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Help so we can avoid incidents like this a friend told deputies that Griffin struggled with depression after his wife died and also had money problems president trump touted his administration's accomplishments at a campaign rally in Cincinnati last night among other issues he addressed in the key battleground state the president said his administration has done a great job making the country energy independent we've created more than one hundred and ten thousand new mining jobs and thanks to states like Ohio the United States is now the number one producer of oil the number one producer of natural gas the number one everything having to do with energy number one anywhere in the world resident also talked about his decision to raise tariffs on Chinese goods which caused a sharp sell off in the stock market which closed down in the two hundred eighty one point yesterday and futures go lower again this morning a conservative groups sued the university Florida in one it it claimed that student government discriminated against certain kinds of speech when heading out activity fee money Caleb Dalton his organization represented the students says U. F. administrators didn't even bother trying to defend the old policy and agreed to hand out funds on a content neutral basis the new policies really go a long way toward removing that discretion this year the government used to have and allowing an equal playing field for different view points at the university of Florida young Americans for freedom says student government started Danny groups that don't get annual funding from using fees to hire speakers after it brought activist Dinesh d'souza to campus the new rule hands out fee money on a first come first serve basis last year the FDA officially declared vaping by teenagers an epidemic Hillsborough County sheriff Chad Conor strip dance school superintendent Jeff Akins have teamed up to warn students about vaping is dangers they recorded a public service campaign called put down the pen telling students that E. cigarettes are not allowed on school campuses he can get them arrested.

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"university florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Tomato in Monday. Maybe breaking records dating back to the late eighteen hundreds, federal money, for Florida to recover from recent hurricanes gets blocked by congressman from Texas. Chip, ROY said he objected because the nineteen billion dollar relief Bill contains no funding for what he called the migrant crisis on the US Mexico border, this even though the Bill sailed through the Senate eighty five to eight and got the endorsement of President Trump who wants to border money too. But did not want to hold up aid for areas that support him a Saint Petersburg man faces a manslaughter charge in the shooting death of his pregnant wife. Police say that thirty six year old on Spencer shot his wife joy at their home and cocaine key. And call nine one one. It was on seeing here. He was transported to the police station where he was interviewed by detectives and ultimately taken into custody Sergeant Michael d Mark says it's manslaughter not murder because Spencer did not mean to shoot his wife her baby. Boy was born two months, premature after she died. Dr still try to save him near the hundred people are set to join governor Rhonda Santos on a trade mission to Israel. Trade mission. We'd create new different entities for Israel is to work. We'd flurry, whether it's universities wetter as companies, whether it's a research project Lee, or high out the general counsel of Israel in Miami, their descent, head said that he would make Israel his first destination for a trade mission once he took office. The delegation includes the Florida cabinet members of the legislature, and the presidents of Florida Atlantic university, Florida international and Florida. Am with Florida's news. I'm John McQuillan? Join GD IT and own career of possibilities. Apply now at GD IT dot com slash careers. DDAT is an equal opportunity employer. Disability veteran it happens every day.

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"university florida" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Comes amid heightened tensions with Iran. Meantime, trampled deploy about fifteen hundred additional troops to the Middle East. The arms deals are reportedly worth about eight billion dollars. A federal judge is blocking the Trump administration's plan, the us defense department funds to build a border wall, a US district court judge ruled late Friday. The executive branch taking money congressman for another purpose does not square with fundamental separation of powers. The ruling is limited in that it only blocks construction to specific areas in Arizona and Texas. Nearly one hundred people are set to join governor onto Santa's on a trade mission to Israel Lee, your yacht counsel, general of Israel in Miami says the trade mission. Is unprecedented betrayed shin. We'd create new entities for ease rallies to work. We'd flurry where each universities wetter companies research project, the trip fulfills a pledge by Disentis that he would make Israel his first destination for a trade mission once he took office members of his trade delegation include the Florida cabinet members of legislature and the presidents of Florida, Atlantic university, Florida international university, and Florida am evacuations are underway in parts of the central US, hit by heavy rain in record breaking floods residents are being told to move to higher ground in parts of Oklahoma. Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois Nebraska and Iowa, the US army corps of engineers is warning of possible historic flooding along the Arkansas river and residents living near the river in Arkansas, and Oklahoma are being urged to remain vigilant and heat. All warnings. You're listening to the latest. From NBC News Radio. A Colorado rancher accused of killing his fiancee, last November, as pled, not guilty in her murder. Patrick crazy will go to trial on October twenty eighth for the death of Chelsea breath. Prosecutors say phrase he killed breath in her home in woodland park, and then disposed of her body summer can be especially stressful for children on the autism, spectrum because it means a break from the school routine, Sara Lee Kessler Scott, some coping tips from an expert Julie Mauer of the Phoenix.

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"university florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Eleven o'clock. Friday morning. Join a coal Spencer was taken to bay front health hospital and later pronounced dead. The baby was delivered in critical condition at all children's hospital. Police say they've arrested the victim's husband officers are searching for a shooter after a seventeen year old girl is shot dead near a south Florida hookah lounge Miami Dade police say she was standing in the parking lot when it happened. We're not able to confirm whether she was attended target or whether it was a random act. But again, we want to stress the importance she was she was shot at from inside a car vehicle sped away before officers got there. She was taken to KENDALL regional hospital, but did not survive. Nearly one hundred people are set to join governor onto Santa's on a trade mission to Israel Leo. He ought the consul, general of Israel in Miami says the trade mission is unprecedented trade mission with create huge opprtunities. For Israelis to work with Florida where it's universities wetter as companies would is a research project the trip fulfills the pledge by Santa's that he would make Israel his first destination for a trade mission. Once he took office, the Florida cabinet legislators and the presidents of Florida, Atlantic university, Florida, international university, and Florida. Am are also on the trip as a school year, winds down, Miami Dade public schools announces third grade. Standardized test results, the county students outperformed the state and most large Florida district on the language arts FSA sixty percent of Miami Dade third graders scored at levels three or above compared to only fifty eight percent, statewide Miami-Dade numbers, also topped divall Hillsborough. Orange and Palm Beach counties. The number of students meeting promotion requirements held steady from last year. With Florida's news, I'm Bill, Robin..

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"university florida" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Addition of that race on the river Thames, the double Olympic gold medalist Peterhouse college masters student is eight years older than the previous record holder. Cracknell had recovered after suffering traumatic brain injury that he suffered to skull in a cycling accident in Arizona back in twenty ten the boat race is a four mile long rowing race. That happens every year in London between students at Cambridge University. And oxford. Due study on als honors suggests that Ed he inflammatory drugs. Do not prevent the disease in the chest subjects with strong family history of outsiders, but no symptoms received no benefit from taking a non steroidal anti inflammatory drug, but ABC's chief health correspondent, Dr Jennifer Ashton says there are some things that can reduce your risk of developing outsiders that we know that can lower risk are maintaining an active mental and cognitive and social activity level exercising regularly eating diet that's rich in fruits and vegetables. If you have high blood pressure controlling that blood pressure, and if you smoke, stop, these are all things that can be associated with reduction in risk of all time. Irs the research was done at McGill University, Florida prep school administrator accused of taking college admissions test students will change his plea to guilty court papers filed. In federal court show, Mark rebel plans to plead guilty to charge conspiracy to commit mail fraud and another charge of conspiracy to commit money laundering. He's one of the people caught up in the nationwide scheme where wealthy parents were charged with bribing coaches, and others college entrance others charged in the scandal. Include actresses, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Laughlin and Staten Island, New York, Kuzmin end is girlfriend are accused of a horrifying murder. Police accused Michael Cammarata and his pregnant lover of killing his estranged wife burning her body and hiding it in a storage locker friends of the wife Janine Cammarata organized a makeshift memorial outside her home, Saturday fear again, sorry on I keep on thinking about husker. She was and what type of torture? They were doing to her thority say the couple was divorcing and fighting for custody over their two children. When she was killed Montereau. Veira ABC news, New York, take a trip down memory lane,.

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"university florida" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Gold medalist of Peterhouse college masters. Student is eight years older than the previous record holder, crackle recovery. After suffering a traumatic brain injury when he fractured skull in a cycling accident in Arizona back in twenty ten the boat race is a four mile rolling race. That happens every year in London. It involves students at Cambridge University and Oxford a new study on Alzheimer's disease, suggests that he inflammatory drugs do not prevent it. In the test subjects with a strong family history of Alzheimer's, but no symptoms received. No benefit from taking a non steroidal anti inflammatory drug, but ABC's chief health correspondent, Dr Jennifer Ashton says there are somethings that can reduce your risk of. -veloping outsiders that we know that can lower risk are maintaining an active, mental and cognitive and social activity level exercising regularly eating a diet. That's rich in fruits and vegetables. If you have high blood pressure controlling that blood pressure, and if you smoke, stop, these are all things that can be associated with a reduction in risk of Alzheimer's. The research was done at McGill University, Florida prep school administrator accused of taking college admission tests for students will change his plea to guilty court papers filed in Boston show bark riddle plans to plead guilty to account of conspiracy to commit bail fraud and the count of conspiracy to commit money laundering. He's one of the people caught up in the nationwide scheme. We're wealthy. Parents bribe coaches and others for college entrance others charged in the scandal. Include actresses, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie often, Staten Island, New York husband and his girlfriend accused in. In a horrific murder. Police accused Michael Cammarata and his pregnant lover of killing his estranged wife burning her body and hiding it in a storage locker friends of the wife Janine Cammarata organized a makeshift memorial outside her home Saturday. I.

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"university florida" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

09:12 min | 3 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Play. Oh, Mark hall. Yeah. Homeschooling. Yeah. What do you think about the notion that people who pay property taxes and the decided to home school their kids should be able to use public school cities have their kids play in public school, sports and do other things drama? It felt a school. Absolutely. If you're paying taxes towards your district, then you should be able to utilize those facilities. I mean, I we didn't just because there were other facilities for us. And we did, you know exit. We did the. What's the word? I'm looking for the outside of the school zone. Thank you. Yeah. We did. I mean, we we just we, you know, we hunkered down. And again, I I wasn't. I wasn't there to really I was there to get my kid through school. And I gotta tell you though, the conversation I have with my with some of my my my black colleagues around the idea of Algiers. Okay. And I know, and I bet you Kansas Owens would actually agree with us to you know, if you've got a black family who's who's their middle class. They're working both parents are working. And and why can't they use the funds that would have gotten toward a public school toward a voucher to a private school? Why can't to me? That's that. If anything is segregation out his finest by by their own people by by the democrat party is it's like, no, let's keep them down. Again, victimization is an industry and women have have really kind of pioneered that. And now gun control activists have been like, oh, who's the greatest victim demographic? We can latch onto to push our legislation through. Due to push our agenda through which inevitably affects the entire nation. I mean, we start talking about your second amendment rights your first amendment rights hate crime. We've been talking about hate crime legislation to people get their feelings hurt around everything. Why are you asking that? What do you think you dilute tempt? Hebrew is. Yes. Florida university Florida the day. John three sixteen on his face super hottie. Really per engaged early pretty girl now most and he was home schooled. Okay. Played public school football too. It's the Tim tebow act. They're just past the Georgia state Senate and are people pounding sand over that. They don't want kids to be able to do that. There was a little bit of conservation about it. But it past we'll see if it how does in the house becomes law. Just curious of other states have that. Well, I think the government school system is by far the greatest molester of of of our nation at this point in that listen that is not too slight any of you who are public school teachers, I know a lot of teachers in my family, my friends as well that is not a slight bit. It is an industry, and I believe the government should get out of it. That's just my humble opinion and ask because I I saw the detriment that it was causing my own daughter. Listen, it is it is survival of the fittest in your public school. Have you not noticed that? I mean, I don't care if they're wearing uniforms or not. But it is they're dealing with social media. They're dealing with gun violence. They're dealing with. You know, look at the highschoolers who took the entire nation hostage in. What what this is a prime example. Look look. Align themselves with the the parkland students the women's March, right? It was the women's March dot org. They got behind our kids Marci. So for all of your parents who were like, oh, this is a good thing for our kids to March around the school. Okay. Well, I hope you send him to school with their pink vagina hat for the day. Because that's who was leading the charge. You have to start paying attention and connecting the dots of it's not just it. Sure that the prevailing the prevailing blanket over the nation as a partisan issue, but it really is an international issue. So I I wanna talk to this because I haven't in a lot of people aren't aware. This is curry. We talked about this on my show a couple of months ago about the big summit that happened in Morocco United Nations summits, and they basically sent their ITO various. Correct. Mike, rations, PC migration speech. Okay. And this is so for those of you who are like, why are you in Facebook jail. See this stuff is going on overseas. But it's happening here too. We're already being silenced. So if you say something about a woman, and hurts her feelings or you talk about your guns or a man is a man like you can't be Adam. And then you want to be, you know, Cherie five like all that kind of stuff. Right. It's going to get you in trouble. And it's it's not only going to get you in trouble. And it's going to get you dubbed. But here's where it gets dangerous for me. We've got hate crime legislation pushing its way through my state and the state of Georgia right now, you probably have it too and your respective state. Well, I was kind of surprised to see that, you know, all of this started actually with the FBI like right around World War One. Okay. And the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four, you know, ushered in kinda this whole, I think there was like one of the largest civil rights cases ever was called burn. And it was around, you know, stiffer Mississippi burning, and I it's whenever seven men were convicted of conspiring to violate the constitutional rights of the slain civil rights workers. Okay. All these guys are sentenced to prison. But what they did was they align this spirit. This mindset this feeling of hate behind the crime that was perpetuated. And now the stuff is like a has become a, you know, what started out as listen murders murder. That does thefts right hijacking tie. You why you have to have this undercurrent of? Oh, well, there's an additional offense. There's an additional molestation of someone's rights because you had a strong opinion about it. Or you have a bias toward you know, you like to color blue and not the color pink. The these things these things are ushered NPR school system. They're there, and they and they develop at a very young age in kindergarten little TIMMY, and in Jane their little books coloring activities, and before you know, what the middle school, and they're they come home. And you're like who the hell are you like what what happened like what are you talking about right now? And it's because you a as parents, we do not take the time to sit and really treat our children with dignity and respect that they deserve. In terms of adult conversations around things that are going to affect them. They're rapidly taking our country into the toilet right now. And we all look at each other and go what the heck happened. How did we get here? Hate crime legislation to me is very dangerous right now. I just said in the UN you've got in a you rather you have respective countries that have gone back in and agreed on a non-binding measure. But that they would go back and start monitoring the dialogue of people on social media platforms and anyone who was found guilty of criticizing. I want you to think about that. Who gets to define critical who gets to define the word. Criticize this scary stuff, and it's happening right here. Okay. If you're criticizing mass migration, you're going down. They're coming for you. They're gonna kick you off your social media platform. They're going to find you, and it could ultimately land you in jail. All right. So this is what's happening overseas. But it's happening here too. And the overarching agenda of all of this whether it's a Women's Day, mar whatever whatever group chooses to be offended for the day. It it really is a larger cauldron if you will for globalization is it that's it. It's just that simple. A central focal point of power of doling out the bread and the soup the soup. They they own the Super Bowls, the ladle, the pot the fire the gas you'd everything that goes with it. The ingredients in the rest of the world is supposed to stand in line as with that. I think is kind of funny because I'm like, you know, Candace Owens is really leading the charge with Blackson. And like, hey, let's leave this plantation of thought that no it has never served us, by the way. But for sure we know it's not serving us. Now, let we are capable of filling out of voter registration card. We are capable of showing up. We're capable of getting a driver's license. We had the president of the United States for two terms in a row who is black and case everyone for God. So we're clearly not a bunch of Dotas like we can do this thing. We don't need an HR one catfish with all kinds of female regulations. We're smart people. We can pull this off only differences is she's having a heck of a time getting people in in mass to follow her off the off the planet off the thought plantation, you know, with all kinds of stuff, but but you you look at the the the mass migration of of thought. You're just like how many people are willing to give up what they've always held onto the.

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"university florida" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:08 min | 3 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I hope you call in right now we're talking to Mickey from second site. And right now Micky we Gary I just had an argument off the air. I can't imagine that never happened. The grumpy old men had been friends now while back maybe what six years now, Gary years. Two thousand twenty one of the big difference between him and I I'm blind. He's blind. But he has basically no vision. And I have a nothing vision. I mean, but I could see shadows less percent. Yeah. So what you're talking about? That's me. The I could see the difference between grass and cement, I could see shadows. So he was saying I don't know if I want to go through all that pain and the operation, Gary, I don't care what it is. I would you wanna go like in my world. The bottom line is I I don't mind the operation I've had other operations on my is before. So is these painful, he whereby these painful operations? Oh, the operation. I worried about paying I take pay oil. What bothered me? The veteran. He's been through some fan. I'm sure yes. Absolutely. Has a question for Mickey also another call. What were you saying? Guys are the boss, you tell me what to do it just it's something to think about and there's a long line right now. People waiting to get this done. And then I stop and think if somebody else younger than the could get the operation quicker, you know, as a whole lot of things, I mean think about extending to where I'm at today. But if you're selling out there to younger and has to wait in line to get you know, let them step ahead of me. Ah? His perspective on that. I I think it depends on on the surgery center, and what kind of here they have there. But we can definitely work through that. And I wouldn't count your age is any kind of reliable predictor of what it can do for you. We have people that are eighty five eighty six years old. They're getting a lot of great experience for me artist to younger folks in their forties and fifties that are doing it. You know it. So I I wouldn't say your age have as much to do it do it in that regard. Verging on the line. His name's Derek from Orlando Eric from Hello. Yeah. Are you hiding Mickey? That's mickey. Quick question for you. I'm a tree two questions. Number one has to be Turkey blind over this. To date your for two regarding the in vain. So there's three there's three main criteria from the FDA. So you have to be over the age of twenty five retinitis pigmentosa, and they're like perception or no light perception so bear reception. Reception and be determined by your doctor, Brian. I'm with you. Okay. Case like nine way, I feed them speechless. Right. I. Can tell what's wrong with me. I do have type one diabetes diabetic. That would prevent me seeing little is. I see. The latest I might have very background on. But. Came twelve years only the last couple worried I can barely see anything. Life. I'm a little bit. Like Michael is. Hey, ready that I'm wondering in a case like mine where I I di- those. I work with the doctor sort he saw in the background saying on may have order. Does he may be that? I I really have been medical community stem. Yeah. I'm sorry. But I'm I only have a master's degree in medicine. So I I can't give a whole lot of help. There. We do you believe that down the road. There may be a surgeon at one of our second site surgeons might be visiting the show and that might be a good question for him. When when he's on as well. March tenth if I'm not mistaken ten. Yeah. I'd hate to steer you wrong. I know there's some genetic testing that can you down for our P. But we all know that I can be very complicated. There can be multiple things going on. It would definitely be up to the eye care professional also. University of Florida or Bascom Palmer centers right there in Florida and some of our band, right? Dr Kirsch it will be calling in from the university Florida on March ten okay? Well, thanks for calling in. Thank you. Okay. Mickey this learn a lot. I I learned a lot. And I'm hearing the people who have our P deficit think about second site. Yeah. And if you're into where can I call they just call second site, the find out what they should do from here. Dot com. Eight hundred sixty eight two one one six six is the phone number have some really nice people there that can chat with you about the more specific circumstances. Thing that would probably be a good way to get started. And and thirty minutes or so, and they can they can then refer you off to different doctors. And so on my Bill to get further further questions answered if you missed the phone number just go to our website blind beyond radio, show dot org. It's all their second site and get the phone or from there. If you missed the phone or would make you just gave out. Thank you very much so much for coming on and telling us about it. I really appreciate it. Safe travels. Yeah. Thank you guys so much I'd like to push your show around a little bit. I'm I'm gonna send it out to some of the lists. I'm on it. Thank you so much. Let's keep in touch guys. Evergreen watch that traffic in LA traffic. Thanks a lot. Thank you. Thank you so much when I was very interesting. And you folks have our p you better call up all the way. You got nothing to lose. But a phone call to check out maybe wanna see just a tiny bit. And like you said if you might have the right insurance. I know myself I had the right insurance for myself. But what it's saying it's going to do when do for me because I can see a tiny bit people like Gary has no site. It would be for him. Yes. Gotta wear website or go to their website second site dot com. Hey, good for you. Gary you ready for this? I guess on directly for Gary. Okay. Yeah. You know, what I'm going, right? Okay. Okay. Now, it's trivia time. The.

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