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Soaring COVID-19 cases renew US debate over mask mandates

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 d ago

Soaring COVID-19 cases renew US debate over mask mandates

"The the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's top top top top infectious infectious infectious infectious disease disease disease disease specialist specialist specialist specialist Dr Dr Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci Fauci Fauci says says says says he he he he is is is is as as as as confident confident confident confident as as as as you you you you can can can can be be be be the the the the most most most most states states states states will will will will reach reach reach reach a a a a peak peak peak peak of of of of Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron cases cases cases cases by by by by mid mid mid mid February February February February the the the the highly highly highly highly infectious infectious infectious infectious Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron variant variant variant variant is is is is passing passing passing passing it it it it speak speak speak speak in in in in many many many many states states states states in in in in the the the the northeast northeast northeast northeast and and and and upper upper upper upper Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest while while while while still still still still increasing increasing increasing increasing in in in in other other other other southern southern southern southern and and and and western western western western states states states states according according according according to to to to Dr Dr Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci Fauci Fauci but but but but he he he he says says says says of of of of the the the the pattern pattern pattern pattern follows follows follows follows the the the the trend trend trend trend and and and and people people people people get get get get vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated and and and and boosted boosted boosted boosted that that that that will will will will turn turn turn turn around around around around things things things things are are are are looking looking looking looking good good good good we we we we don't don't don't don't want want want want to to to to get get get get over over over over confident confident confident confident but but but but they they they they look look look look like like like like they're they're they're they're going going going going in in in in the the the the right right right right direction direction direction direction out out out out she she she she says says says says the the the the long long long long term term term term strategy strategy strategy strategy is is is is still still still still control control control control where where where where we we we we learn learn learn learn to to to to live live live live with with with with cove cove cove cove it it it it we'd we'd we'd we'd like like like like you you you you to to to to get get get get down down down down to to to to that that that that level level level level for for for for it it it it doesn't doesn't doesn't doesn't disrupt disrupt disrupt disrupt us us us us in in in in the the the the sense sense sense sense of of of of getting getting getting getting back back back back to to to to a a a a degree degree degree degree of of of of normality normality normality normality thought thought thought thought she she she she made made made made his his his his comments comments comments comments on on on on ABC's ABC's ABC's ABC's this this this this week week week week with with with with George George George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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Snow, ice blasts through South with powerful winter storm

AP News Radio

01:06 min | Last week

Snow, ice blasts through South with powerful winter storm

"A a deadly deadly winter winter storm storm combining combining high high winds winds ice ice snow snow and and rain rain is is sweeping sweeping through through the the country country from from Tennessee Tennessee to to the the Carolinas Carolinas to to Massachusetts Massachusetts tens tens of of thousands thousands of of customers customers were were without without power power in in Georgia Georgia the the Carolinas Carolinas and and Florida Florida where where tornado tornado ripped ripped through through a a trailer trailer park park in in north north Carolina Carolina up up to to at at least least a a foot foot of of snow snow had had fallen fallen by by late late afternoon afternoon highway highway patrols patrols were were reporting reporting hundreds hundreds of of accidents accidents and and at at least least two two deaths deaths when when a a car car drove drove off off the the road road into into trees trees near near Raleigh Raleigh flight flight aware aware list list twenty twenty eight eight hundred hundred cancelled cancelled US US flights flights as as of of late late Sunday Sunday afternoon afternoon National National Weather Weather Service Service meteorologist meteorologist Frank Frank Pereira Pereira says says this this is is been been a a storm storm that that has has impacted impacted a a large large portion portion of of the the U. U. S. S. energy energy initiated initiated over over portions portions of of the the northern northern plains plains upper upper Midwest Midwest and and then then dropped dropped all all the the way way to to the the south south is is now now impacting impacting portions portions of of the the US US lower lower Mississippi Mississippi valley valley into into the the mid mid south south and and then then and and now now portions portions of of the the southeastern southeastern southern southern mid mid Atlantic Atlantic and and then then of of course course the the odds odds we we go go forward forward is is going going to to continue continue to to impact impact portions portions of of the the mid mid Atlantic Atlantic and and northeast northeast I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Britain Battles Omicron 'Tidal Wave,'

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:04 min | Last month

Britain Battles Omicron 'Tidal Wave,'

"On a crime Boris Johnson. I'll play an audio at the bottom of the hour. He says there's a tidal wave of a crime coming. And as a result, Brits have lined up around the block. Now Boris is in deep, deep, deep political trouble with more parties and more scandals and more video coming out over the weekend and members of the Conservative Party are looking at each other and thinking I'm going to toss him from the bus before. We get toss from the bus in the next election. I don't know about that, but Boris Johnson went on the air over the weekend and said, tidal wave of a crime coming, we need boosters. That's largely because an Israeli study has found that two Pfizer shots, the standard vaccine, which worked against the original COVID and delta, don't neutralize a crime, but the booster is very effective. What that means is simply that most boosters like most vaccines, efficacy, wears off over time. The efficacy of the mRNA vaccine appears to wear off fairly quickly in 6 months. So you do need a booster if you want to avoid a serious case of COVID on a variety. And so go get a booster and that's in Great Britain they get it. They've seen it. I've got the national health service, right? And it's not the world's greatest way to get medicine to people. They love it. I'm not saying it's got to work for Brits who wouldn't work in the United States. We did not do it that way here. But Brett's used to loosen the NH. And so they're lined up around the block to get the booster and they've run out of boosters and now people have to reschedule and the scheduling app fell apart over the weekend. But in the United States, that will be behind Great Britain and moves from east to west that's doing the same thing right now. The delta surge is now moved from the upper from the east to the upper Midwest and out west. About 1200 Americans are dying every day from COVID or COVID related disease. Two thirds of the United States companies are demanding their employees get it. That is, by the way, legal. You don't have to work for anyone, but company get the set health

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Vaccines making Thanksgiving easier, but hot spots remain

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Vaccines making Thanksgiving easier, but hot spots remain

"Vaccines are making this year's thanksgiving a lot easier than last year but there are some hot spots throughout the country the U. S. is certainly in better shape approaching its second thanksgiving of the pandemic thanks to the vaccine but some cold weather regions are reporting surges of covert nineteen cases that could get worse in the days ahead as families traveled to be with loved ones nearly two hundred million Americans are fully vaccinated but that leaves tens of millions that have not gotten the shot hospitals in the upper Midwest especially Michigan and Minnesota are filled with covert nineteen patients who are mostly unvaccinated New Mexico Colorado Utah Montana and Wyoming also ranked high in cases I'm surely employer

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Cases surge in new COVID hot spots of Michigan, Minnesota

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Cases surge in new COVID hot spots of Michigan, Minnesota

"Pockets of corona virus outbreaks are being reported in the northeast upper Midwest and the Rockies prompting new pleas for people to get vaccinated and be vigilant during thanksgiving gatherings hospitals in Michigan and Minnesota a reporting a spike in coal bit patience hospital beds are filling fast new York's governor reports an eight percent spike included cases in western rural areas a direct correlation between people being vaccinated and the infection rate governor Kathy hopeful says for upcoming family gatherings are the vaccine that is a fair conclusion amid question asked in a grammar gramme for there I take the time right now to make sure that they got their booster shot nationwide there are about forty thousand covert hospitalizations half the number reported at the height of the delta surge but with colder weather and approaching holidays health experts are urging precautions I'm Jackie Quinn

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Climate Change, Bad Luck Behind MN's Smoky Summer

Climate Cast

03:50 min | 6 months ago

Climate Change, Bad Luck Behind MN's Smoky Summer

"Wildfire smoke is in our lungs and in the news this summer. And it's literally off the charts on minnesota's air quality monitors and inside that smoky haze fingerprints of climate change enhanced. Wildfires data from climate central shows. The number of large wildfires out west has tripled since nineteen seventy and the number of air quality. Alerts in minnesota is rising in tandem with these bigger more intense wildfires. matt carlson tracks. That smoke. he's a meteorologist with the risk evaluation and air modeling unit at the minnesota pollution control agency. I'm at welcome to climate cast. Thank you for having me. Let's start with the air quality records this summer. How high did particular readings peak last week. Our highest that we had on record was a daily average of two hundred eight Micrograms and that is an all time record By almost twofold for an entire twenty four hour period and these types of concentrations are something that is you know typically seen mountains in the west where smokers trapped so very unusual to see this type of readings in the upper midwest. And tell me if. I'm right about this. I thought i saw that. Saint cloud had a reading of four hundred twenty two micrograms. Cubic meter last thursday Isn't the top of the very unhealthy category of the air quality chart at three hundred. So that was literally off the charts. It was yes. I think i was looking at the numbers and these wildfire. Smoke driven air quality alerts. Haven't they doubled in the last several years and so we have just completed. Our eighth air quality alerts the season. And yes that's a record for us and that's three more than we have ever issued. The trend has definitely been increasing so the climate change connection with wildfires in the western. Us and canada is pretty clear. Now the amount of acreage and the number of large fires is going way up and minnesota of course sits down wind from most of these fires. Is that a simple way to look at our changing summer. Air quality here changes definitely set the primer for this these kind of long duration droughts mixed with periods of very heavy rain so that that's kinda the conditions we're looking at but in this particular season. What's been unusual. We've had cold fronts comes through multiple times now with no precipitation and that's not so much. Climate changes that is just unlucky weather for us the past couple of years. We've had the fires in canada but the cold fronts that have come through the area had enough moisture available to them to produce rainfall washed off the particular matter so it's it's kind of a combination both of climate change but also the local meteorology has been going on this summer has has definitely made the situation worse. Yeah and we've seen these dry fronts coming through this year in spades looking at the models. Hopefully it looks like we may get some rain and some of the fire areas in canada might get some rain in the next week or two the wildfire trends show no sign of pulling back in the west. What can we expect in the years ahead for minnesota if these wildfire trends continue. So what we've seen this year could very well be what we're going to start seeing in the future. There has to be a couple of things that will happen one. Obviously we have to have a busy wildfire season. That's not a given but something that we would expect more of a changing climate but then on top of that we have to have the meteorology that one allows that smoke to be transported into minnesota and to allows that smoke to get down to the ground. And so it's hard to say we're gonna see these really extreme air. Quality is on the go with a busier fire season. But it's definitely something that if we have more fires in the areas we'll definitely continue to have

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Heat Wave Scorches Millions Across Northeast and Midwest

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Heat Wave Scorches Millions Across Northeast and Midwest

"Is it hot where you are the National Weather Service says from the east coast of the upper Midwest it'll feel more like the middle of summer than early June in places heat and high humidity meteorologist David Roth we are talking about record highs for the possibility of record highs across portions of the building for you in the northeast for the next few days how high for example they Corbyn's goes gets a ninety four that's four degrees above the record set in nineteen thirty six and even getting a places in Connecticut and Massachusetts Boston all the way down to Washington could see temperatures in the nineties it could hit one hundred five in some areas across the desert southwest in western Texas I read a folly

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COVID-19 Spreading 'Like Wildfire' in Michigan

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:13 min | 10 months ago

COVID-19 Spreading 'Like Wildfire' in Michigan

"Spreading like wildfire. It's breaking their hearts were exhausted. Emotionally hospital admissions jumping nearly 30% in the upper Midwest. In just the past week, the CDC ranking Michigan the number one hot spot in the country and hospitals feeling the strain some patients facing 8 to 10 hour wait times those hospitalized, shifting away from now vaccinated older Americans to those unvaccinated younger adults. Now we're seeing that kind of 40 to 59 age group is the largest group that's getting infected. Certainly certainly seeing some Children. They're getting l. But it's really that young adult population that's driving a lot of the cases. So for us this surge is bigger than it was a year ago, doctors say, driving the surge, a mix of reduced restrictions, pandemic fatigue and the UK variant, which now accounts for 70% of the new cases in Michigan. The federal government now sending Michigan more personnel to administer vaccines. The governor Gretchen Whitmer, doubling down that our state needs more shots when there is a surge. We think that it's important that we we go toe we rush in to meet where that need is across the country. The supply of Johnson and Johnson

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Expect low ice years on Lake Superior to continue

Climate Cast

01:30 min | 10 months ago

Expect low ice years on Lake Superior to continue

"Little to no ice floating along marquette bay noah reported january's total ice coverage in the great lakes to be the lowest in the last forty eight years lake superior. Ice cover briefly grew to fifty percent during our february arctic outbreak but that fleeting is vanished just as quickly with our mild march. I'm npr chief. Meteorologist paul hutton. And today on climate cast. What are longer term lake superior ice trends telling us about climate change in the upper midwest professor j austin researchers all things lake superior with the large lakes observatory at the university of minnesota duluth high. Welcome back to climate cast. Thanks for having me on paul. Let's start with this past winter. What was notable with ice cover on lake superior It was a really unusual year very low ice covered starch and we had that remarkable cold air in february and we ended up with fleetingly above average ice levels superior and just as remarkably. They went away really quickly. And how does this fit with the longer term ice trends that you're seeing on lake superior and the great lakes. I expect that we're going to see Significantly lower than average ice cover this year and basically since about nineteen ninety eight. We've had a long string of relatively low ice cover on lake superior with some exceptions like like the polar vortex in twenty fourteen where we had nearly complete coverage for two months.

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WHO, CDC warn of troubling COVID numbers

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 11 months ago

WHO, CDC warn of troubling COVID numbers

"At home and abroad health officials are warning of cope with nineteen numbers going in the wrong direction the World Health Organization says confirmed cases have gone up in five straight weeks by twelve percent the last week in Europe alone Kobe debts had dropped in six straight but Maria van Kerkhove says they're up slightly in the past week this is also a worrying sign in Atlanta CDC cheaper show Polanski says deaths continue dropping in the U. S. but the rate of decline of death a slow she says areas like the northeast and upper Midwest are seeing a significant rise in new cases taken together she calls it a warning sign for the American people I am worried that if we don't take the right actions now we will have another avoidable search just as we're seeing in Europe right now Sager made Connie Washington

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This newspaper chain pivoted to digital subscriptions, and it's working

The Business of Content

09:51 min | 1 year ago

This newspaper chain pivoted to digital subscriptions, and it's working

"The last fifteen years not been kind to the local news industry with thousands of newspapers either reducing staff or closing down entirely but not all newspapers have been affected equally and some of the hardest hit chains were owned by hedge funds and private equity firms that had no actual interest in investing in journalism. Family owned newspaper. Seemed to have fared better. And that seems to be the case for form. Communications a chain of newspapers and other media outlets situated in the mid west a few years ago. The company's newspapers rolled out a digital subscription model and so far it seems to be performing above expectations. I recently interviewed stephanie. Shorter forums chief digital marketing officer about the gargantuan amount of work that went into this pivot and what strategies resulted in the most success before we jump into the view. I wanna talk about a recent article published on my newsletter. I went deep on the company called blocks group. It started out. As a cryptocurrency events company before launching a thriving podcast network that generates millions of dollars in revenue both founders walk me through how grew the business and their plans to build a crypto focus news organization. There's only one way to read analysis like this and it's by subscribing to my substance newsletter. Go to simon's dot sub stack dot com that simon owen stott sub stacked dot com or. Just google the word. Simon owens and newsletter. Okay onto my interview with stephanie. Hey stephanie thanks for joining us. Yeah thanks so much for having me simon. So you work for immediate chain called forum communications Tell me a little bit about that. Like where is it. What kind of media properties doesn't own. And how long has it been around cell phone. Communications is a family owned media company. We've been around since eighteen seventy eight Were actually located in the upper midwest. So we have properties in north dakota south dakota wisconsin and minnesota Our headquarters is in fargo. North dakota And we have twenty plus print and digital news brands all throughout the midwest as some broadcast and commercial print divisions as well and that's completely family owned as opposed to you know somebody's larger chains that are owned by private equity like this is like a longtime family owned newspaper oil. It's not just newspapers but mainly a newspaper chain. That's exactly right. It's a sixth generation family on media company. So it's been owned or operated by family all throughout its ownership so you were brought in as its first chief digital marketing officer correct like why did they build that role for you. Yeah that's correct so a while. Back a bunch of executives were sitting around a table and really talking about what the future of the company looked like and They knew that they needed to create a digital subscription model. But they weren't exactly sure where to begin and so brought in a consultant who used to work at the new york times and she came in and started to give some advice and she said well first off Where's your marketing department. And they all sort of looked around the room at each other and they said well we don't have one and she's like well that's step one so They followed her advice and they posted a role for chief digital marketing officer. And that's gonna wear my role came to be. And what was your background like you. Didn't you didn't work newspapers before. Did you know this was completely new for me. So i previously worked in the healthcare benefits space. But i was in marketing. Their i was. Vp of marketing for local healthcare benefits company and Really just took a leap of faith after meeting with the the people at the form. Communications office And really loved what i heard about what they wanted to do. And decided to really switch gears with my career and it was really great decision and and basically kind of you know the even though you weren't in media this was about like kind of product tising and and selling something directly to consumers so it's sort of like fit within. Still within your purview. Of of what you knew about right exactly so my previous role Prior to coming to form communications was all about selling a product to consumers and so This really isn't all that different. The the product has changed And what i really like about it. Is i find it a little bit more mission driven a little bit more purposeful and can really get behind the the why of what we're doing and Yeah that's always really appealed to me. Tell me about your first few months in the role. How did you get the lay of the land and begin building strategy for the expansion into the digital subscriptions so i would say the first few months was really like drinking out of a firehose as they say it was being thrown into a lot of new things that i didn't know a whole lot about And so i was really guided by. Just what i did know to be true. Which is everything about how to market something to consumers and the the biggest challenge there is we had previously been giving our content away for free online and now we were heading to this model where we weren't going to be doing that anymore. And so the biggest thing to figure out was how can you move from giving away your content for free to starting to ask people to pay for that content and we decided that the biggest the biggest strategy there is. We need to invest in content. And we need to invest in our products. And so that's what we did. And media's is kind of like a really weird industry that's not like a lot of other industries in the sense that like the people who are building the cord core product. Which is the editorial or kind of weirdly separated from the business side in different ways and they're all kinds of different ethics rules in different stuff like that like. Did you feel like you need to educated on like how media company works as opposed to like pure consumer products company. I did there. There was a little bit a friction at i. Just you know with some of the decisions that you have to make about for instance what you put behind the pay wall. No one when there's an extreme community safety story how do you handle that. From an ethical standpoint you want people to be able to access that kind of content and so a big part of the early days. My role was sitting down with people in the newsroom. Inter division and just understanding how they operate and what decisions they have to make and then how does the pay wall change any of that if if it does so. What are some of the major hurdles that a legacy newspaper chain has to consider that a like a brand new digital site. Like my the one that i run like doesn't have to think about like you had to figure out how to take these princip scrubbers in these legacy systems and and combine them with a paywall which is from a logistical standpoint. That's pretty difficult to do right. It is quite difficult in fact I would say the most challenging piece of all was just the technology component of everything so we had like you said legacy systems and then we needed to integrate that with all of these other systems that were newer so that the email platform the paywall platform obviously and so many other pieces and when we were grappling with all of that we actually secured help from another consultant. Who used to work at nasa. He's really bright. Guy really has a good hand on technology and he helped us draw out. This integration map. And he's drawing all these lines from one platform to another and it just looks like this giant messy web on a sheet of paper and he looks up at all of us and he says this is complicated and you know if the guy from nasa complicated it's complicated and so that was by far the most challenging part and it's never ending. I mean every time we had a new system integration and that's the part that really a keeps us up at night sometimes and did you have to overhaul the whole website or was there just like a way to just put some key. Take some kind of membership or subscription platform and just put it over the website. I wouldn't say we had to overhaul the website but we made the decision that we wanted to because again we were going from this state of giving away our content for free to suddenly asking people to pay for a product that we weren't previously asking them to pay for and so we wanted to make sure that we are improving that product and improving the discover ability of the content. That people wanted And so we decided to before even beginning to implement the paywall. Create a plan for redesigning all of our network of news sites that sort of step one and then from there. We felt good about launching that paywall on top of them and so prior to launching. I'm guessing that you were kind of projecting convey conversion rates like how. How quickly did you hope to acquire new digital subscribers to where it would make up a significant part of your business at least prior to launching. We really didn't know what exactly to expect. you know. we had talked to others in the space and they they had shared stories of pretty decent growth in the first few months but pretty low expectations overall. Just as you grapple with all the challenges of implementing a new model like this and so we just sort of set an arbitrary goal of ten thousand digital subscribers in the first year It wasn't really super scientific. We just felt like that seemed like a reasonable goal for our entire network of sites and then we wound up tripling that in the first year and so we who either really underestimated our goal or we really Did surprisingly well for what we set out to do. But i'm gonna hope it's the second one. Yeah so ten thousand subscribers across twenty different newspapers Seems like a reasonable goal. That you

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Major Arctic outbreak to bring bone-chilling air to Central U.S.

3 Dimensional Wealth

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Major Arctic outbreak to bring bone-chilling air to Central U.S.

"Is heading east. But this one won't measure up to the storm earlier this week that buried much of the mid Atlantic and the Northeast under a foot of snow. Meanwhile, in the upper Midwest, Bone chilling cold Windchills anywhere from negative 22 negative 50 and some of the upper reaches of the country and that is going to be stretching down around Lake Michigan. A lot of spots just hanging the entire day all the way into your Sunday Negative 30 negative 40 degrees. That's Fox meteorologist Adam Clots. America's

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TRACKING: Snow, Ice and Gusty Winds

Masters in Business

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

TRACKING: Snow, Ice and Gusty Winds

"Winter Storm rolling across the U. S will dump heavy snow in the Midwest today gusty winds and thick snow or forecast for Chicago and Milwaukee this afternoon. Heavy snow will continue Sunday from the upper Midwest to the mid Atlantic. Freezing rain could cause enough ice. Caused power outages and parts of Virginia and North Carolina Monday. Heavy snow was forecast from southern New England to the mid

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A record year for wind turbine shipments through Duluth

Climate Cast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

A record year for wind turbine shipments through Duluth

"Record year for wind. Turbine shipments in duluth. I'm npr chief. Meteorologist paul kutner with climate cavs. Here's a story about climate change solutions and economic prosperity. Twenty twenty was a record year. for winter. shipments through duluth harbor ships carried more than half a million tons of wind blades and towers into the harbor this year that means jobs for port workers in duluth for truckers who drive the giant blades across minnesota and for wind energy technicians building the giant swirling turbans on the prairie pater mavis is the western regional policy manager for the clean grid alliance. Hi peter welcome to climate cast. Paul what are the big wind. Power projects underway now. And what's coming in the next few years so The last couple of years have been very good for development. Economics is the driver here and utilities. Want the stuff commercial industrial customers. Want this stuff. And saint received very robust construction in north dakota south dakota minnesota in iowa currently there's about thirty seven hundred megawatts of projects under construction in these four states. And that's you know you're you're looking at over a thousand turbans just to fulfill that full of projects talked to us about jobs. What are the trend. Lines for employment in clean energy in the upper midwest. Well as we see more projects come online. There's a lot more for operation and maintenance. Jobs is actually somewhat of a deficit. And it's very difficult to find people affiliates positions and so a lot of universities other tech schools in the companies are doing things they can to try and get more people into this field and these are good well paying middle class jobs and i think the most important piece in that all set for rural jobs. And it's oftentimes. It's very difficult to find jobs in the rural parts of our state since so. This is an excellent addition to the row community. I know there are now some days where minnesota has enough generating capacity from win to produce a hundred percent of electricity from wind and solar. What are the trends like there. Well if you look at the region as a whole Minnesota and the upper midwest as part of the independent system operator which fifteen state organization that manages the ball transmission system and it creates efficiencies. So that you can move power across the entire central part of Country and you know because of the wind resources. So good in. North dakota south dakota iowa we could use just a ton of wind and move that you know states and to other states in the region that don't have as much visibility of when peter. What's the state of battery storage technology for wind and solar. How quickly as that technology advancing on its advancing quite rapidly. Great river energy just announced as part of their portfolio changed very large battery storage system in minnesota. There's gonna be some time before we can really scale up battery storage. In addition to the price point that can make it attractive for utilities. How fast has clean energy progressed in minnesota in the upper midwest. And what's the future. Look like well. If you think about a decade ago wind energy was just really kind of getting off the ground and states. Were starting to take initiatives to move that direction if you look now. I mean state of iowa. Forty percent of all their generation comes from win minnesota's at about nineteen percent self dakota's at twenty four four percent. North dakota generates about twenty seven percent. So we've seen very robust growth. We expect that to continue.

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"upper midwest" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm coach. Euro FLASH news. As the number of new coronavirus cases climbs, the CDC is urging people to think twice before making Thanksgiving travel plans. His are searching all over the country right now, but the upper Midwest is getting hit purty Clearly hard. North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin are seeing massive increases in infections. Daily death nationwide are lower than they were during spring speak. But on Thursday there are more than 2000 covert fatalities in the U. S, one of the deadliest day since early May. Also, hospitalization hit an all time high on Thursday with more than 80,000 people being treated for the virus functions. Kristina Coma Federal judge is thrown out of Trump campaign bid to prevent Pennsylvania votes certification. Meanwhile, the RNC and the Michigan Republican Party requested election canvassers in that state delays certifying election results. The request comes just a day after President Trump met with Michigan lawmakers Michigan certainly playing a more important role in the last 24 hours in the president's legal strategy when it claims to what he feels with the election results and that he believes he should've claimed victory in this state. Michigan Republican Party asking for a two week delay and state certification because they want an audit of the votes and Wayne County. The area that encompasses Detroit. Senior Republicans have said, though even after meeting with the president, they don't think it's likely that's going to change boxes marked MEREDITH. Hundreds of President Trump's supporters gathered in Atlanta today to protest election results. President Trump today participated in a virtual G 27 of the world's most powerful leaders. It began with appeals to collectively chart a way forward as a Corona virus pandemic overshadows this year's gathering, the Saudi monarch urged leaders to rise to the challenge together. Ritual summit continues Tomorrow. America is listening to Fox News. W when they only use it. 702 I'm Steve Coming. The.

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Coronavirus surge has caused hospitals in rural America to reach full capacity

All Things Considered

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus surge has caused hospitals in rural America to reach full capacity

"Officials in rural America are struggling under the weight of the Corona virus pandemic in the upper Midwest and Rocky Mountain states. They warned that hospitals are at or nearing capacity. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports. Here's how things look in Rural America to Dr Andrew Pervy ahead of infectious diseases at the University of Utah Hospital, So the situation really has to be described his dire, especially in the northern Rockies and upper Midwest states that weren't hit that hard when the Corona virus raged in American cities last spring. Via traces the current crisis to colleges and schools here opening back up, as did sports and most extracurricular activities and states. Seeing the most new cases like Idaho, Wyoming, South Dakota have generally not good, many restrictions in place. Nor is there much enforcement on large gatherings because of the local politics. They're probably not As drastic as firm measures is, we really needed to turn the tide? So I think that situation in 2 to 4 weeks is going to be groom. Hospitalizations usually go up two weeks after a spike in cases deaths a month later. Hospitals in cities like Salt Lake, taken overflow patients from surrounding states, which had shortages of specialists and intensive care beds before the pandemic in North Dakota Cove in 19 hospitalizations were up 60% over this time last month, and it's not just capacity that stretched This week, The state said it would begin allowing medical staff who test positive for the virus, but asymptomatic to keep treating Covad patients here's Republican governor, Doug Burgum. This is particularly important for us to help get healthcare workers on keep them in the game at a time when health care workers is the key constraint in our ability to provide Care for everyone, Burgum says. Some people still don't believe the virus Israel he pleaded for them to be compassionate anyway, because hospitals are filling up. Kirk Siegler. NPR NEWS Boise

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US hits 10 million confirmed coronavirus cases

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

US hits 10 million confirmed coronavirus cases

"The United States has confirmed more than ten million coronavirus cases the U. S. hit the gram ten million milestone on Monday according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University New Delhi confirmed cases of the corona virus are up more than sixty percent over the past two weeks deaths are up eighteen percent infections are rising in nearly every state Pennsylvania secretary of health Dr Rachel Levine says it's time to get a handle on community spread we are at a critical point Minnesota governor Tim Walz says the state is adding more than a dozen free Kobe nineteen testing sites we have reached a very dangerous phase in in the pandemic in the upper Midwest Utah governor Gary Herbert declared a state of emergency in order to statewide mask mandate the stock we don't have rooms with four walls we just don't have rooms of goddess doctors and nurses that can provide the health care in those rooms I'm Jennifer king

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Florida and other states to monitor closely this Election Day

Dan O'Donnell

05:34 min | 1 year ago

Florida and other states to monitor closely this Election Day

"State I am going to be watching is obviously going to be Florida. Now. Florida's governor, Ron De Santis. It came out this morning on Fox and friends and said, We expect Florida to be called for Donald Trump very, very quickly. This jibes with what I'm seeing. In the early vote, Democrats went into Election Day 2016 with a 96,000 vote advantage in early voting. This year, obviously much much difference because of covert 19. Republicans trim that, too, for 1000 votes. Now we know this because you got partisan ballots, so Republican votes almost invariably vote for Republicans. Democrats almost invariably vote for Democrats, although there is expected to be slightly bigger crossover Democrats voting for Trump, then Republicans voting for Joe Biden, as evidenced by the fact that Trump got 94% support in the Republican primary, which was by far a record. In all voting right now. Polls have been open for a couple of hours in Florida. And all types of voting early voting in person voting. There are 9000 more Republican ballots that have been returned than Democrat ballots. Now there are a whole lot of independence. People don't have to register is either a Republican or a Democrat. You can register as an independent. Independence. When doing this kind of analysis, just assume they're going to break pretty much 50 50. It's rare that independence break for a certain candidate, though we do have a lot of evidence that late breakers in Florida late breakers in Pennsylvania and late breakers pretty much in every swing state are in fact breaking towards President Trump, but it's not going to be some statistically massive. Number like 66%. If 66% of independents break for President Trump this race is going to be called by about 10:30 P.m. central time. I don't anticipate that happening, nor do I anticipate that this is set in stone. Trump's gonna win. He's going to win Florida. It's all over. But the shouting what I am saying is this is very good news. This is why on common sense Central right now. I've got an article entitled. It appears that Democrats are doing poorly and early voting here in Wisconsin. It looks like we don't have definitive numbers, but we do have a data set. That suggests that President Trump's voters are over, performing not only in the early vote, but now as we're seeing, Ah, whole lot of enthusiasm, a whole lot of lines in Trump heavy areas. We're seeing data that's encouraging. None of this should be taken as gospel because I'm just giving you a look at the numbers as I see them. I'm giving you a look at the facts on the ground as I see them and the facts on the ground or that one campaign sounds very, very confident and where they are. The other campaign is taking the relatively Unprecedented step campaign. Look, campaigning does happen on Election day. It's very rare that you see a campaign going to this many different swing areas on Election day as the Biden campaign has got, you got two stops for Joe Biden in Pennsylvania. You've got Pamela Harris going to Detroit, Michigan, indicating that they're very worried about turnout in Detroit, specifically amongst black voters. You've got Jill Biden going to Florida. She's also I believe going to Georgia and you've got Camilla Harris is husband. Also going to a swing state in Ohio if Florida is called early, and if Florida increases its margin for President Trump Remember it was Florida specifically Hillary Clinton's under performance in Miami Dade County. That was an early indicator four years ago that President Trump was going to do a lot better than the polls suggested that he would. Florida is going to be an early indicator again, as is North Carolina. If Trump is doing better in those states, typically, the upper Midwest is a little bit farther to the right then Florida and North Carolina, so you can probably anticipate that he's going to be doing better in Pennsylvania. In Ohio in Wisconsin. I would also be looking for Ohio, Ohio has gone a deeper shade of red. If that starts to go even deeper red, then you're going to know that upper Midwestern. Specifically, rural voters are going to trump in bigger margins. And this is what the early trends that President Trump was talking about. On Fox and friends this morning are indicating the early trend lines are that the voter base that the voter makeup this year is far more really. It's far whiter. It's older, and it's less likely to have a college degree than in 2016. Who do you suppose that favors? If the average voter is a 57 year old white male with a high school diploma who lives about 50 miles from the nearest big urban center. Who do you think that guy is most likely to vote for. Again. This doesn't indicate demographics are not destiny. Please remember that today. If you remember nothing else, remember that demographics are not destiny. The makeup of the voter base is another good sign. But it doesn't mean this race is over the behavior of the two campaigns the relative confidence of President Trump, whose campaign has presented actual data to suggest that hey, we've not only have Ah, pathway to victory, but it's It's looking increasingly likely even Mohr increasingly likely than four or five days ago that we're going Be able to take that path to the campaign. That's Oh, my goodness. We've got to get out here. We've got to get out here and we've got to get out here.

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Trump adviser predicts Sunbelt sweep

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Trump adviser predicts Sunbelt sweep

"Miller giving his predictions on ABC is this week with George Stephanopoulos. President Trump is going to hold all of the Sunbelt states that he won previously. And as you look to the upper Midwest Joe Biden has to stop President Trump in four out of four states, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota. If President Trump wins just one of those in three of the four he won last time, he will be a re elected president. A recent Fox

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"upper midwest" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on AP News

"Sometimes leading conflicts got on video with workers trying to enforce mask where the problem is, when there's an absence of clarity around with the obligations are for everybody. That comes frankly from the governors themselves. They need to set clear rule. Brian Dodge, the association's president, has sent a letter to the National Governors Association asking them to require facemasks. Julie Walker, New York, Florida has been especially hard hit by the virus. 200,000 cases more than 3000 deaths. Other Sunbelt states are also seeing big jumps in cases and hospitalizations. Here's the AP Soccer Mahogany on Texas. Hospitalizations across the state have more than doubled the past two weeks to nearly 9000 people yesterday, officials in Houston say intensive care units have already passed based capacity. Austin's mayor says hospitals are at risk of being overwhelmed in coming days and his counterpart in San Antonio, says hospitals there are also nearly full. The Trump administration is pushing the force local school systems to be fully operational this fall despite the pandemic. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos into called the governor's dismiss plans by some districts to offer class instruction just a few days a week. President Trump has insisted that all schools and colleges returned to in person instruction as soon as possible in a tweet yesterday, he claimed Democrats want to keep schools closed for political reasons, not for health reasons. Heading into the final hour of trading. The Dow is down to 50. The S and P is off. 17. This is AP News. The Lower 48 Alaska are baking this summer. AP Science Writer Seth Bornstein reports that the traditionally hottest weeks of the season are coming up and the heat may linger for months. The worst part is That when me here I'll just look at long term forecast, which aren't as good as short term forecasts. Obviously They don't see any brink. They'll see below average temperatures, not August, not September. Heat advisories are expected from Phoenix to Charleston, South Carolina, later this week into the weekend. Next week. The climate prediction Center says close to 2/3 of the country will be warmer than normal. About 40% of the lower 48 has a moderate risk of his extreme and dangerous heat, including the upper Midwest and Great Plains. I'm to McGuire AP News..

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"upper midwest" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on KOMO

"Flooding across the upper Midwest in the state of Michigan where two dams in the central part of the state have failed Midland city Michigan manager Brad K. consequence of living in a river valley of course is that we have to deal with floods of times this however is something that is would be unprecedented governor Gretchen Whitmer urging those in the area about a hundred and fifty miles northwest of Detroit to evacuate or go to a shelter but urging social distance if they do I know if you're at a shelter it's gonna be very hard well let's try to continue to protect ourselves in this moment you're listening to ABC news komo news arts Sanders now your top stories from the commode twenty four seven news center ten new counties were given permission to apply for entry into phase two of the state re opening plan phase two includes activities such as restaurants health clubs in hair cuts the new counties include eight in western Washington Clallam Clark island Lewis kits at Mason San Juan and Thurston counties governor Jay Inslee says there are now twenty two counties eligible to apply by these counties represent about thirty percent of the state's population tongue clear of all the counties will apply Ensley says it's too early to tell if the rest of the state will enter phase two starting June first authorities say Seattle police officer shot and killed a man who police said was carrying a knife or knives near the waterfront in the lower queen Anne area jail police assistant chief general lab says the man had been threatening other people L. it says two officers responded about three twenty Tuesday afternoon chased the man down Elliott Avenue west and were forced to use deadly force after initially trying to use less lethal measures now your como traffic in Kent construction southbound I. five.

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"upper midwest" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Twenty five till this is America in the morning if we could only move that rain in the south to the west coast accu weather dot com meteorologist others there has the nation's forecast we're still looking at dry weather for almost all of the west coast today and into tonight there is another storm system which will push into the far northwest only coastal parts of Washington going to be picking up some rain for today and then as that pushes inland for tonight there can be a small accumulation of snow in the mountains but really not much more than a few inches that's going to be it for the western half of the country for precipitation for today pretty much everything else going to be taking place east of the Mississippi any flurries across Minnesota this morning going to be winding down quickly but there can be some snow still across parts of the upper Midwest and Great Lakes as that storm system is pushing eastward today into tonight and that's going to bring in some places a small accumulation although it's mostly going to be only across northern parts of Wisconsin as well as northern Michigan across the southeast we saw of stormy weather in place so far this morning this is reaching almost all the way back into Texas that rain on the western end of this is going to be winding down this morning though and it's going to be the southeast that gets the brunt of the rainfall for today mostly this is going to be rain with embedded thunderstorms there is still a possibility for some of the storms across the far southeast to be severe with the possibility of damaging winds and hail primarily and that's mainly going to be a factor across northern Florida southern Georgia and back into southeastern Alabama that's the nation's whether I'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher a nine member committee has been selected to represent victims of child sexual abuse in the Boy Scouts of America case nine men who say they were sexually abused children were selected to serve on the committee after several hours of closed door interviews by the U. S. trustee his office twenty three before the hour a much awaited reunion for fans of the group genesis that coming up on the Hollywood minute first this is America in the morning I'm John trout lawmakers are keeping the pressure on.

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"upper midwest" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And the upper Midwest newsradio six twenty WTMJ Milwaukee seven o'clock it is five degrees mainly clear very cold tonight a low of negative three and wind chills negative ten and negative twenty from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center I'm Kevin wells that snow is wrapped up and now the gold settles and storm team four meteorologist Brian is Nancy says tonight will likely marked the first below temperatures of the season is our first true sock of bitter cold Wisconsin whether something that we haven't seen yet all winter ms says that typically we have experienced seven or eight days below zero temperatures by this time in a normal year with the bitter cold temperatures on the way how do schools decide when to close today's T. M. J. force pizza rockets has the story we don't take this decision lightly Cedarburg superintendent Todd Budnick you says that's because canceling classes tomorrow would cause a headache for many parents when temperatures dipped he and other local administrators conference call with the National Weather Service before making that decision if there's a safety concern then we have to do what's right for all people this evening area schools don't expect to close tomorrow administrators tell us the decision to close is usually made same day very early in the morning the National Weather Service recommend schools close of their sustained wind chill temperatures of thirty five degrees below zero flu activity is surging in Wisconsin as health officials say a second child has no died from the sickness those constant state journal says health officials report more than five hundred hospitalizations this week including at least one hundred hospitalizations recorded Thursday morning to make matters worse officials say Wisconsin will not be at bluefly peak flu activity for several weeks since October seventy children have died from the flu nationwide Milwaukee police department is asking for your help in finding a pair of young girls and their mother you can find descriptions of four year old Camaro banks five year old sanity ivory and their mother twenty six year old Amara banks and W. T. M. J. dot com they were last seen Saturday morning at one AM near the corner of north Sherman Boulevard and west Greentree road calls announcing on Wednesday it's laying off two hundred and fifty corporate level workers and a restructuring this affects workers across the country including Echols headquarters right here in Menomonee falls your Christmas season with a bit tougher than expected UW Madison business professor heart pose and says the company is restructuring in order to stay competitive I don't think it's terrible news it's not what they were hoping for and some restructuring is in order.

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"upper midwest" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Thank you for it was a typical upper Midwest kid a farm boy from Wisconsin helping his dad on the family farm but that life changed drastically in nineteen eighty at the age of eight when he lost his right leg below the knee in a farming accident that tragedy slowed him down but only for a while today his list of athletic accomplishments is almost endless including a visit to the top of Mount Everest a guy with one leg Jeff glass burners my guest today an amazing Americans and Jeff I gotta ask you do you ever sit back it and take a deep breath and sort of Marvel at all this stuff that's happened that you've accomplished in your life what some time but I always had to look forward and so it's great that you know I understand where you come from but I'm always trying to look for it and try to figure out new things that I want to count place the new dreams that I want to make happen is endless list them and you go from one thing to the other because we're gonna talk about it you got to you got to try off once you got the great the the basketball accomplishments you've got Mount Everest is a climber it is it's all right up one thing behind me I'm gonna go the next one is that what life is about for you know it can it is I like going in the company I had no idea about and then learning it and then becoming one of the best at it and so that's something I love to do is get my stuff out of comfort zone all the time to continue did change and involved you know if I have my personal let's go back to the to the this farming accident Jeff I know you told the story many many times so I think for our listeners that we're good here for the first time you're eight years old you're you're living on it on the family farm in Wisconsin and you have the day when you have the accident can you take us back and talk about that yep the just a normal farm kid you know what are my dad did you know it Hey don helped out in any way that I could and so did they were cut Hey and and we got the cat the hay and we had a rock in as usual my debt that young you can remove the rack and I got my face when on the tractor remove the rack and got back onto my face spot before beach there my dad turned on the machine and just in a split second my pant leg got caught the park a cop in Canada took off like a pimple sharpener as weird as remembered you know looking down on my leg and just being completely completely computer what just happened you know didn't didn't know what was going on and I remember my dad you know quickly take can pick me up and applying the human hand turning get that to try to save my life and try to put on the bleeding the the story goes that your dad probably did that T. probably saved your life is the it when you look back at it now is that accurate Jeff a hundred percent really upset I like to tell them that active like if he didn't act quickly of that it would an older for me really quick because that shock and all the blood loss that in and so he had the where with all even at the worst time of his life the county keep it together and get me to the neighbor's house and then from there the neighbor took me I'm bleeding yeah I have characters that the merging derailment and that's really kind of get my life you're eight years old Jeff in in this accident happens and as you described ever the story it it just like you said you look down he really wasn't sure it was happening II you in the place of the slave just saw blood when did the pain set in for you and your member that yeah the pain really didn't that and that hello you know I I I dealt with all the hospital staff you know going there what kind of cool you know everyone by our words action figure that part was really cool but the real pain can at that in when I was sent home to the hospital the doctors you know kind of called me about my new life was to be like that with no support and that was doing things that I wouldn't get hurt or other people and so that was really kind of hard because I was a farm boy and you know sports and you know be an active at the very a big part of my life and then being told you know they couldn't do much I was really kind of hard but you know I believe of limitations that we do you know the doctors know bad than that you know that parents and everyone else is telling you to do one thing and so you believe it you start believing all things that you can't do it and then that'll change for me were you at your only eight years old where you were at the you think an athletic guy who were you with your sports guy at age eight or July could participate in it I did so the non farm we had to do mostly farm working so we had a rate before last night late December for we got let out we had a a school rate and out the fat kid in my class so that was pretty cool thought excited about you know taking that into next year after the summer was off and then you know being from the the fact that in the class of the time to being told I can't even run I can't even be the slowest person in the class and so that that was really hard to kind of take and that it took a few years for that to change for me Jeff I grew up in the I didn't grow up on the farm but it grew up in a very rural community in South Dakota and these kinds of accidents aren't that unusual I'm guessing you probably connected with other people that have that have gone to that something similar to what you've gone through unfortunately I what was that that was the only one at that might cool and kind of the neighboring area that was you know physically different and I definitely can't help that though those early years service I've tried everything I could to try to fit in and and plan Dan so to speak and that you know always wear and no pants and get my leg may look how many covers and so I really didn't have that I was I was really different my camera I felt that way in the hospital a YouTube you mention this briefly people told you that you would now have limits that your life would change and and everything would be different now because you don't have a leg and you really had at age eight no choice but to listen those people right they were the experts they they were the people that that new yeah they're the experts I'm for sure but luckily I was that I was but not have great can't that you know while they didn't let me place board but they made me do other things and so upon leaving the hospital my mom I was speaking to another parent and and they were in the biggest enemy of the kid with a disability are their parents you know they can either choose to do things for them or they can choose to make them in the panda and I was very lucky in and have my parents you know it well they couldn't play sports it would let me do that but they made me do chores they made me do my sister toward what Hugh that porting a band of like that so I was I was independent that path the kid but I was I would have to limit but not planned port I'm not trying to do crazy things to get hurt so to speak I think you people be curious listeners Jeff what life is like as a kid you're eight years old you lose your your right leg below the knee what's life like that with with fellow students and friends was there was a push back was a rousing was their bullying was being made fun of any of that stuff yeah for sure you know just being a kid at it hard because yeah you want to be like everyone else and and then the you know this was the glaring not show up my courage is and with tennis treated differently it was even push down and bullied I'm for being different but you know kids are kids than that and you try to you know cannot develop that thick skin and and try to fit in when you can buy it would definitely hard you will definitely hard being different but I also think that that kind that helped shape me inform me of who I am today you got this you mention your parents great supporters anybody else along the way teachers coaches anybody else that that were that were on your side so to speak and really kind of help you through that tough time yeah really my sister I'm fourteen months younger than I am but you've always been my best friend and always in their support you know my support and so she was always the best athlete cool so I get the kinda lived through her athletic dream going out the kid and she always you know stuck out I stood up for me and and everything and she's already billion near she definitely Matt back we sure but that you have a day my sister my parents the end yeah it wasn't because I'm I got to college and and look at look at basketball that I had another mentor but early on it was definitely my sister yeah we'll talk about that that athletic career starting with basketball the next segment here Jeff is will curious first time fitted for the prosthesis what was that like it was horrible was it I just remember I have had this remember I'm going to I'm walking we had to travel three half hours to go to market to get fitted for my leg and they made a caffeine and and they told me like two months later to show up from my late again so you know two months ago by it may be years old like Artie grew out of it by the time my I went there and so as member Joaquin it was it was really have the didn't feel comfortable it didn't feel like a part of me and so that was really hard to so I rebelled I didn't want it like I'd rather have my crutches them and and Bill as that of my means of transport but my parents you know kind of forced me into it and like now you need to do this will get it right and so every time I go back a feeding that happened add you know like a half inch yeah my leg and and things like that so it's very very uncomfortable when I first got it but today is a different story technology is so amazing is is it to today are you still wearing a prosthesis or do you most time without you do okay yeah I do I recently had a an infection in my legs I had surgery on my crutches right today but normally I have about eleven different lakes and so whatever you do I can have a leg that I can go accomplish that hello eleven different links that sounds like the net a title for your book it sounds like I'm a lucky first we will both like to me but yeah very lucky that I have this image of eleven lakes being stacked up in your closet yet no there on a car that I want a quick death than any of the things you know so they're pretty pretty expensive so they definitely get used than that yeah so I definitely want to keep him not that not that that that that's okay it's it's incredible store just glass broader is my guest an amazing Americans is a man among other things the first American and P. T. to summit Mount Everest but he's done lots of other things as well we'll come back in just a moment this is amazing Americans we didn't get everything we wanted this year there's still one gift we need cool no over the raiders.

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"upper midwest" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Upper Midwest the Federal Aviation Administration is proposing requiring that most drones be tracked throughout U. S. airspace and peers math through Matthew Schwartz reports regulators are looking to address security threats as drones grow more popular the FAA is proposal would apply to nearly all unmanned aerial vehicles from commercial delivery drones used by companies like Amazon to toy drones that could fit in a Christmas stocking any drone that weighs more than about half a pound would need to be able to broadcast its location and the name of its operator the rule is meant to give law enforcement greater ability to respond to security threats as these tiny aircraft proliferate throughout the country drones have caused airports to suspend flights and the FBI has warned that terrorists could use the devices to carry out attacks in the US the FAA says that being able to track drones could help prevent those attacks Matthew Schwartz NPR news Washington on Wall Street holiday rally has continued Steve Beckner reports the Dow rose a third of a percent today volume was thin and post holiday trading but not so the gains stocks are making as this records reading year nears its end the Dow climbed to another all time high within four hundred points of twenty nine thousand and has risen nearly twenty three percent for the year yes and P. is up twenty nine and the tech heavy nasdaq thirty six percent some say the rally is over done and do for a sell off but it's under pending same sound though the economy has cooled it is survived a global slowdown to fuel strong job and income gains low inflation promises to keep the federal reserve on hold and while risks remain investors are really for now that major trade and other uncertainties have east for NPR news I'm Steve Beckner tis the season for giving and returning UPS says it expects to process a record one point nine million returns on January second that's a twenty five percent increase from the year before and the seventh year in a row of record has been set UPS says it reflects a shift toward a calmer shopping you're listening to NPR news Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu one today's Likud party primary in a landslide energizing his campaign for the general election in March the third in a year the embattled Netanyahu who has been indicted on corruption charges has been unable to form a coalition government and it's unclear whether the deadlock will be broken American pianist Dalton Baldwin has died he was eighty seven years old Jeff London has this appreciation for a musician best known for accompanying singers so musicians crave the spotlight but Dalton Baldwin preferred to share the spotlight with singers the voice is god's instrument he said nineteen ninety six I want them to enjoy music making that's what it should be about the New Jersey born pianist studied at Juilliard Oberlin conservatory and with Nadia Boulanger in Paris it was there at the age of twenty two he began accompanying baritone.

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"upper midwest" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Upper Midwest and Great Lakes region and then once you get into the afternoon into the evening hours Sunday and into Monday you're talking issues for the Northeast Corridor as well weather service meteorologist Laura put gonna dozens of flights cancelled or delayed around the country and there's a number of highways and roads that were closer even hard to drive onto the snow and blizzard conditions the man who carried out the stabbing attack at London Bridge Friday named by police they say he had previously been jailed for terrorism offenses the investigation into Friday's attack is in full swing already there's a mood of recrimination there are serious questions about those men cons release on license from prison last year doctor could eight years off to his original arrest equivalent to Harvey's eventual sentence for his role in a plot to bomb the London Stock Exchange that's B. B. C.'s Danny Everhart reporting ISIS claiming responsibility saying the attack was in retaliation for the death of Abu Bakar al body meanwhile Dutch police arrested a thirty five year old homeless man Saturday on suspicion of stabbing three teens on the street in the Hague crowded with Black Friday shoppers the victims to fifteen year old girls in a thirteen year old boy were treated at a hospital and released late Friday nine people are dead including two children and three others injured after a plane crash in South Dakota the national transportation safety board says a dozen people were on board the single engine Politis PC twelve when it crashed around twelve thirty Saturday afternoon shortly after taking off from chamberlain about one hundred forty miles west of Sioux falls news and analysis at town hall dot com gosh waking up over and over to urinate is not okay but now you can reduce those nighttime bathroom trips with the ingredients in super beta prostate P. three advanced we're talking about less urges to urinate at night less bathroom trips during the day and better bladder emptying it's like taking three prostate supplements in one you can try a full thirty day bottle of P. three advanced free just pay shipping and handling no strings attached no obligations and no commitments to buy this is a thirty day supply absolutely free call one eight hundred four two four seven one two six super beta prostate is the best selling brand in major retailers like Walmart but for this no strings attached free bottle you must call now call one eight hundred four two four seven one two six don't miss out on this unprecedented free offer one eight hundred four two four seven one two six one eight hundred four two four seven one two six an anti police slur printed on some Starbucks coffee cups has created a controversy in Oklahoma and it sparked plans for meeting we get more from correspondent Jackie Quinn it.

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"upper midwest" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Upper Midwest news radio six twenty WTMJ Milwaukee at three o'clock it is thirty six degrees today mostly cloudy and breezy we got a heat wave a high of forty from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center I'm Kevin wells police in Beloit are searching for two vehicles that may be connected to a fatal shooting officers were called to the scene just before four AM this morning to find a thirty four year old man seriously wounded that victim was later pronounced dead at a nearby hospital police are looking for the drivers at large silver four door SUV and a blue VW sedan possible broken windows they believe both vehicles are connected to the homicide anyone with information is asked to call the police or the blowers police department the only person not injured in a family of four by a hit and run your Pfizer form last Saturday provided a key detail needed to making an arrest Tony eager tells them your T. M. J. four he acted fast after his wife and two sons were injured when he drove off like the first thing that I could just think of is I just get the plate is get the plate the plate and I just kept yelling OKC V. Casey VK CV that information along with surveillance video helped police find where the victim came from a car rental business near Milwaukee Mitchell airport vehicles found a few days later with two people arrested the next day sports traffic and weather next WTMJ news time three oh two this report sponsored by Mr Holland's heating and air conditioning visit Mister Holland's heating and air dot com there once was a talented crew of HVAC technicians who knew more than most others about heating and air emissions but little did we realize of their amazing proclivity to work with lighting wiring and all things electricity and that's when it hit me this is my shot.

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"upper midwest" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And the upper Midwest newsradio six twenty WTMJ Milwaukee seven oh two it is twenty two degrees the lights Noel and before midnight you'll see about an inch or less of accumulation alone twenty tonight from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center I'm Tony about Iraq schools ensure blood will reopen tomorrow after shutting down today because of safety concerns fourteen year old student is in custody for allegedly creating a hit list of other students while bringing a loaded magazine to school without the gun itself torrent superintendent Brian Davis says there's a lot of credit to go around was an unfortunate situation it's also success story that we had a student who had a trusted adult but they were able to confide important information with we have a staff that was trained in what to do parents of students in Charlotte voicing their concern after the scary incident today the parents wanted to be kept anonymous has two children who attend high school not a shock to them that's almost as bedding but I think explaining it my children were eight nine ten eleven I think I would have had a much different conversation and probably would have felt less equipped with the right tools to have that kind of conversation yet despite the all clear there will be a police presence at the high school for the rest of the week two senior American diplomats testifying today about the president's dealings with Ukraine at the first public impeachment hearings conducted by the house intelligence committee president said he didn't watch a minute of the hearing I hear it's a joke alongside the visiting Turkish president Mr trump again said he wants to know the whistle blowers identity and it made a report he's thought of firing the inspector general of the intelligence community view the whistle blowers complaint is credible the president said this I want to find out why the I. G. why would he have presented that Mr trump says will soon release the White House transcript of another call he had with Ukraine's president this one after his election in April Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House here at home a hearing held earlier today at the city of Milwaukee adopting a gender inclusive bathroom policy is city of Milwaukee is considering implementing a gender inclusive bathroom policy acting chair of the equal rights commission jazz or don't yes says the move would also help people with disabilities and single parents frankly we've had a single parents come to us and say you know what this would be great the measure still requires approval from the full comic council gain and they're WTMJ news early snowfalls mean some county highway budgets are getting stretched thing some across the state of already exhausted their funds because of the autumn snow in as aki county public works director John at grand says an above average no the rest of the year could force their hand we maintain a small reserve for these type of situations as the seasons go on if we have an unusually large winter we have a little bit of cash to be able to surf that wave so to speak he says stepping into those funds could alter future construction plans for the county and Wisconsin public schools getting their report cards this week from the department of public instruction so how did area districts fair any surprises in these numbers that you saw overall I'd say no long term journal said the would you case reporter Ellen Borsa rich stay rich and the poor stay poor country consistent from year to year or six is M. P. S. said small progress but the high schools are still heard out thousands of kids are in situations with almost no academic success is a really huge question that I really think we're not tackling schools doing the best in the Milwaukee suburbs and in the surrounding counties Gee Miller WTMJ news sports traffic and weather our next W. T. M. J.'s time seven oh five you've heard about stem cells but not all stem cell treatments are the same I'm doctor Jeffries coda and along with doctor way city at AZ eight way centers we offer only.

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"upper midwest" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Upper Midwest Tom forty CBS news Washington celebrations all over the nation and across the globe on the fiftieth anniversary since American astronauts first set foot on the moon during the historic Apollo eleven mission vice president Mike pence went to commemorate the event at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida CBS is major Garrett after about the trump administration's plans for the space program can you clarify once and for all the moon is first and then marks correct that's a hundred percent correct and that's the policy that the president's put into motion sense reestablishing the national space council of president I served with every day he always wants to go farther faster sooner more of that conversation will air later this morning on CBS's face the nation not all of NASA stars were astronauts more than four hundred thousand people worked on Apollo norm which he says his uncle Abe Silverstein came up with the name eight they have been grieving that that time a book of Greek mythology and said how about Apollo there is stock for space you're listening and C. Atkinson the unsung hero was bill Tindall Apollo's chief planner he was given the job of coordinating the mind boggling concept of rendezvous which is how to spacecraft meet up in space and later was responsible for the development of the Apollo guidance and navigation computer software to the was so important flight director gene Krantz asked him to sit next to him during the landing saying it was Tyndall's moment Peter king CBS news at the Kennedy Space Center Arron says the speed this investigation into a British flags taker in a pound it depends on the cooperation of the crew the maritime security company dry and global has released audio of the U. K. an Iranian security forces communicating about a rock interception of the vessel Pat.

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"upper midwest" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"More on that system from meteorologist Mike loosing the of accu weather dot com tropical moisture pulled northward out of the Gulf of Mexico by Barry will continue to fuel heavy rainfall today across portions of Arkansas southeast Missouri Mississippi in western Tennessee prompting more concern for life threatening flash flooding today very will trek northward across western Arkansas into southern Missouri tonight before dissipating over the mid Mississippi valley on Tuesday meanwhile severe thunderstorms may erupt across the upper Midwest today as strong storms bring downpours damaging wind gusts hail and even perhaps an isolated tornado the portions of northern Minnesota northern Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan severe thunderstorms may also threaten portions of southern Montana Wyoming into South Dakota and Nebraska later today and tonight sunshine will prevail across the desert southwest today it will again be windy warm and dry in southern California as coastal low clouds give way to abundant sunshine and a gusty offshore wind develops late in the afternoon comparatively they'll be less in the way of sign and more in the way of clouds across the Pacific Northwest with occasional showers possible across western portion of Washington and Oregon pleasant weather will grace the northeast today as an area of high pressure centered over eastern New England promotes dry comfortable weather from Maine southward to Pennsylvania New Jersey beach goers golfers day hikers and all manner of planned outdoor activities will be helped along by this pleasant weather in the northeast today that's the nation's weather I'm accu weather dot com meteorologist Mike listening closing arguments scheduled to begin in Oklahoma's case against Johnson and Johnson alleging the consumer products giant helped fuel the state's opioid crisis each side will have about two hours today to make their cases to Cleveland county district judge fat bald man who's expected to issue a ruling at a later date twenty three still coming up tennis anyone Robert workman has details of a men's match for the ages on sports this is America in the morning I'm John trout president trump is facing backlash from Democrats.

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"upper midwest" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

15:19 min | 2 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Bargains you want deals check out Clark deals dot com where we monitor sales around the country around the clock and post for you the best deals happening so there's a report that Experian puts out I think they do this every year where they analyze their credit scores over all of Americans and then they break it down state by state and there is a stunner in the results for credit scores in where they're great in the country and where they're terrible so let's start with great people are much better at handling their credit than anywhere else in the country generally in the upper Midwest credit score is much much higher than the national average and also in a handful of states in New England people are much better with money so just give me an idea Minnesota better than anywhere else in the country I Wisconsin Iowa North Dakota South Dakota and Nebraska in the upper Midwest people get far above average credit scores yeah New England yeah and Massachusetts Vermont New Hampshire there's no income pattern to it there's nothing other than for whatever reason culturally in New England and in the northern Midwest people are more reluctant to borrow money the people if they have credit cards they use them much more sparingly then people do elsewhere in the country eight you know why that's really interesting to me because roughly a third of what makes up your credit score is that you've established credit but the you you use very little of it at any one time with those utilization the lower you utilization the less likely you're gonna default hello are you utilization in turn you're granted a much higher credit score in the credit scoring models on the other hand in very deep south Americans have the worst credit scores and it's a pretty wide gap with Americans in the south averaging credit scores that are at the point where you were pretty much what's known as a subprime borrower that's a way of saying that you are a risky bar were for a lender if you live across the Deep South so the reason that people yeah and by the way the worse credit scores are in Mississippi and Arkansas Georgia was just behind Arkansas I think anyway the reason is the whole war opposite of what I said about the upper Midwest in New England that people in the Deep South tend to very heavily used the credit they have available to them and nobody exactly knows why I agree I think it could be a cultural thing but if you want to improve your overall financial health and in turn the result of that is you end up with a higher credit score you end up with less anxiety in your life around money it's that when you do get access to credit the credit card a credit limit on it that you remember this key rule for every dollar in credit you have available to you never charge up more than thirty cents so let's say you have a thousand dollar credit limit you would never have outstanding charges in a month a balance higher than three hundred dollars okay is mathematically I mean it's proven then if your amount of credit you're using goes beyond thirty percent of the credit that's been granted to you the chances you're gonna go delinquent on it the chances you're gonna default on it sky rocket with us on the Clark our show add how are you well doing well huge fan clerk thank you very much ed how can I serve you okay I got a good I have a question for you so I have family family business we were blessed and we were able to sell the family business and we came in with a large sum of money in in till we decide on what to do with that money it might be a week might be six months might be two years I'm not sure I want to put that money in a safe place so the first thought I have is on and stick it in you know one of the national banks putting in a savings account in probably the safest place but then I start thinking myself well that account is only insured up to two hundred fifty thousand dollars right now we're talking about a great problem you sold the business you've got multiples of two fifty and you want to make sure that the bank goes bust you don't lose everything past the two fifty correct email is a good deal yes it's a great problem have I feel very blessed so my question is where is the safest place to park money while you're thinking about what to do with it I'm gonna give you a couple options one is there's something called sea dar's C. D. A. R. S. dot com and it's something very heavily approved of by the FDIC it's a service that allows someone in and by the way you were one of the two most common circumstances where someone would go to seed ours one is in a large inheritance and the other is the sale of a business and so people end up with all this money and you don't want to have it at risk with the bank failure so what seed ours does is they do a thing where they place your money with multiple institutions so that no one institution has more than two hundred fifty thousand dollars of your money got it okay so you know if you start having to go open a bunch of different accounts that's a pain right correct so they just take care of the pain for you Hey I know you must take they must take a small number of basis points you know just a small amount of money for doing all the administrative for you okay so you you can make money but there it's it is chargeable they're going to charge you a small basis point but you can alternately make money in that yeah what they do is they use their system to in there's a video they are you can watch that explains exactly how the process works but they just spread the money around and then their job is to make sure you're always below the FDIC Maxine in any institution all right now let me give you another idea that some poor if you have suddenly a lot of money you have tax problems it's a good now the good thing to have because you only have money when you have tax problems or vice versa so you can look at doing a short bond fund in tax free municipal bonds that's completely safe so I don't know if you're familiar with municipal bond funds yes I am so if you went into one vanguard is a low cost provider of municipal bond funds and you could go in their short term municipal bond fund you'd have extremely limited downside risk you know if interest rates suddenly heavily escalated they also have a municipal money market fund so you're you're always at level of but you're in a lower interest rate on but I would feel really comfortable if you looked at their short term tax free fund if you have any thoughts about key builder treasury notes you could do that you're not gonna earn as much likely is you are in the municipal bond fund because what's happened with the treasury market is foreigners are very heavily coming in the United States in buying treasuries as a way of finding a safe spot for their money and they come in with just billions of dollars so it depresses the interest rates paid on short term treasury obligations the municipal bond market is a domestic market doesn't face that competition of foreign hot money and that's why you get the tax free benefit from federal tax and you get the potentially higher interest rate on the municipals then you could earn on treasuries Diane's with us on the park our chill hi Diane can you hear me OK I hear you perfectly so you are choosing with your eyes wide open to marry a man who's got what issue coming into the marriage our file bankruptcy chapter seven two years ago sure rather messy divorce and happens to have some rental property and he found out after the fact that those would have to go into foreclosure so wondering what how that's going to impact if we do merry me so as far as how you approach this the first rule when you're getting married to someone who has a history of financial issues including you got four closures here you got a chapter seven bankruptcy all that you want to keep accounts separate okay separately checking accounts savings accounts credit not necessarily but it may be that the important thing is that you live your life together your hearts together but your finances separate interesting how and when when he's back on his feet financially and you're not worrying about anybody coming after him any past issues then you can look at the possibility of some co mingling of funds but you never well there's still a cloud there you never want to co mingle finds because let's say somebody doesn't action where they come to seize funds if you have a joint account your money in the eyes of the law is his money and they take the money from that joint account that's why you would want to stay away from that I will bellow landing right were trying to get a mortgage it for ever wanted that would also be impacted well okay we're getting a mortgage because he has both a bankruptcy chapter seven which is what's called a clean slate and the foreclosures yeah his credit is at a point where there's no advantage to you including him and even his income in an application applying for a mortgage know when it's time his credit will heal that chapter seven follows him for ten years really yeah hi he was told to no no ten years it stays on your credit okay the foreclosures depending on the circumstance of them will normally keep you out of the mortgage market for five years there are circumstances hang it the other way around wouldn't it now oh you mean why is chapter seven treated more severely more because the right for closure to me if you're you're not paying your mortgage court on quality you're not paying you know your whatever you own so in my mind I would think that would say Hey you're not we're not gonna give your mortgage for a long time if you have for clothes okay so then that's an interesting perspective because see the chapter seven is sometimes referred to as the nuclear option okay as with yet you don't pay any of your dads that's why it's called fresh start a clean slate and that's why it is there for ten years and he was told to do that because the only that they had were these properties so the other one that was at all the purpose of the chapter seven was to prevent a legal action for the losses the lender suffered on the foreclosures yes yeah so that was that was a defensive strategy to make him judgment proof Yalla the is that that causes a different kind of judgment where lenders are afraid of him for a decent period of time so you're going to carry the credit burden for a while okay so I minimum probably ten years like you're saying no ten is the Max Max up so is even though it sits there for ten years as time goes on time is a healer with us and it impacts but it's not a complete shut down for the ten years now how would you on that not a word in signing or not he should sign up for a credit karma kill yes I know pretty calm I listen to you for a long time I get credit karma so he should have a credit Carmen over time he'll be able to track what's going on with his credit score and credit standing okay so are you you are in this marriage you are the bank for a while and that some of you just have to be aware of and be happy to live with you're listening to the Clark Howard show she eleven fifty one and the core rate carrier WSP twenty four hour traffic center new works on setting up on the west side perimeter two eighty five northbound general bit camp creek parkway exit over to W. 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"upper midwest" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Parts of the upper midwest Portland, Oregon student is in police custody for allegedly bringing the gun to his high school, as Oregon public broadcasting's. Conrad Wilson reports. Police say there are no known injuries as a result of the incident, the incident took place on the campus of parkas high school in northeast Portland. Police say the student is an adult male and carried a shotgun into the school sergeant Brad jackets, with the Portland police bureau that members wrestled onto the ground. Our officers were very close, including school resource officers. They responded as well and took the suspect into custody, the high school was placed on lockdown while police search the area that left parents anxious as they tried to confirm their children's safety law enforcement say they're still investigating the incident van PR news. I'm coming Wilson in Portland. A new report by the California Public utilities commission. Blamed southern California gas company for twenty fifteen methane leak at its Elissa canyon storage facility. The report based on an independent analysis finds it so Cal they to investigate previous ruptures or assess its wealth for potential disasters. Thousands of Los Angeles residents were forced to evacuate to escape the fumes from the Elissa canyon lake so Cal still faces more than three hundred ninety lawsuits. This is NPR news. Polling stations have opened in eastern, Australia. For elections expected to the nation, sixth frame minister, in as many years opinion, polls suggest a coalition, led by the conservative, liberal party will lose its bid for third year term a new poll shows Francis far right? Party is gaining acceptance in the mainstream is NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports marine Le Pen National Front party had long been considered a pariah, even most far left voters. Now, say they consider lapenne party, a normal political movement. Like others lapenne has worked to distance reporting from its xenophobic anti-semitic past ever since taking over from her father, John Marie lapenne eight years ago. TMI Yanni is European parliament candidate for the National Front. It said, Eugene nation and in the new generation, there is absolutely no problem with recipes with marina comforted. Different arise, the yellow Vasant other populist movements has also. Brought Europe closer to lapenne parties positions. Eleanor Beardsley names Paris, talks aimed did reaching compromise on Britain's delayed departure from the European Union at the end of October have collapsed labor party leader. Jeremy Corbyn says negotiations have gone as far as possible signing the ruling conservative party's refusal to compromise. Corporate also says the instability of Prime Minister Theresa May's government means uncertainty that any agreement would last May's. Brexit proposal has been rejected three times. She's insisting on a fourth vote before heating calls to set a date to resign..

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"upper midwest" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on WTVN

"Take a look at the weather. First of all, you know, we talked to you last. Of course, I don't know if it was do we talk to you after the polar vortex had come through. I believe so. Yeah. Right after that. So around the time of the groundhog. Okay. Yeah. So so we seen a so so I'm looking back now and I'm seeing. A record year for rainfall. So the wet soils is still have pretty good rainfall so far we had the polar vortex which was a quick visit. And I don't think it was it was extreme. But I personally have not I don't know I've got mixed feelings about that one. And of course, we've seen the ups and downs that we're going through right now as we work our way through the late winter and into the early spring all those things come together, we're going to see any effects on our trees and shrubs out there this year. I think more from the wetness than maybe from the cold. The thing about the polar vortex is kind kinda did aside glancing blow to Ohio Columbus. I'm sorry. Columbus Chicago up into the upper midwest, they'd literally set some all time record low temperatures. There was a negative. I think fifty six in Minnesota. So I mean, we're that really brought some exceptionally cold air down in the United States is just at the core of it didn't quite make it into Ohio. And so our temperatures while they were really really cold. They they didn't quite get past the hardiness thresholds. I think we're really concerned about for a lot of plants. I mean, we're gonna have to look at it. You know, some areas didn't have much snowfall when it got really cold or much snow cover..

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"upper midwest" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on AP News

"It'll take the party to the heart of the working class. Upper midwest that delivered President Trump to the White House before twenty sixteen Republicans hadn't won Wisconsin since nineteen Eighty-four DNC chairman Tom Perez picked Milwaukee over Miami and Houston, it'll be the first time in more than a century that Democrats hold their convention in a midwest city other than Chicago, Milwaukee with population of around six hundred thousand will be one of the smallest cities to host a presidential convention. The music has stopped at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra where striking musicians have dropped their instruments for picket signs musicians walked a picket line Monday in front of orchestra hall. It comes a day after an afternoon performance and negotiations that stretched into Sunday evening the contract expired last September and had been extended to last weekend. For a new deal have been going on for more than a year and a half and management's now being accused of trying to reduce their pension benefits, Chicago Symphony Orchestra association president Jeff Alexander says the strike is disappointing and the musicians are making demands that are unreasonable and detrimental board chair. Helen Zell says they still quote look forward to the eventual resolution to a new contract. The average annual salary is one hundred eighty seven thousand dollars. High school students can now join in on east sports competitions in New Mexico. The states joining Rhode Island, Illinois, Connecticut and some other states it allowing high school students to participate in the growing sport of video games. About three dozen high schools are competing in New Mexico's inaugural east sports season which began last month and more schools may join as athletic officials consider adding a fall season under the rules, set by the New Mexico activities association students compete in three different game titles, including league of legends rocket league and smile proponents say e sports offer students who aren't athletically inclined to develop the same team building skills as students who participate in traditional sports. Radio. I'm Tim Maguire. The White House is out with President Trump's budget. Request acting budget director.

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"upper midwest" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"upper midwest" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The upper midwest to the east coast to the dreaded polar vortex has taken over emergencies declared traveling difficult, it's so cold that the postal service is stopped the mail delivery in parts of ten states. But some workers have no choice, but to be outside Chicago Amtrak a canceling all service in and out of the city today and tomorrow, even shipping lanes are frozen in Wisconsin, the coastguard helping rescue seven people stuck on the ice. And now that bone chilling cold is moving ABC's, Alex Perez, President Trump's criticism of the intelligence community, disputing its assessment of global threats and the chiefs should go back to school is drawing. A response from the senate's top democrat is putting you and your colleagues in an untenable position and hurting the national interests rights. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer in a letter to director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, saying it's incumbent on the nation's intelligence chiefs to quote educate the president about. The facts in raw intelligence Schumer wrote it's pastime for intelligence community leaders to stage an intervention ABC's. Brian clark. The president is pointing fingers in an interview with a conservative opinion website. President Trump blames Paul Ryan for renaming on a promise to get the president his wall in exchange for signing the two thousand eighteen spending Bill the president telling the daily caller quote. Well, I was going to veto the omnibus Bill and Paul told me in the strongest of language, please don't do that. We'll get you the wall. And I said, I hope you mean that because I don't like this Bill and then he went lame duck, Meghan Hughes. ABC news, Washington. No change in the cost of money. The Federal Reserve keeping its benchmark interest rate. Right. Where it is chairman Jerome Powell says global factors may mean a slowing of rate hikes this year investors, proceeded to drive US stock indices significantly higher..

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