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"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:48 min | 3 months ago

"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"I wanted to tell you And I will here on the air. So last Friday, I was in for Jeff Wagner. And, um, I'm September 10th, obviously, but I talked to Ann Compton. Yes, former ABC News White House correspondent for Fourty years She was with the president on 9 11 and, uh, she was really nice, carved out some time and told us about her very unique perspective. On September 11th traveling on Air Force one, and I mentioned that you sent your regards to her, right? You know, each other through press club. She was our sacred cat, she says. Tell Jean My sacred cat Coffee travel mug goes everywhere with me about that made an impact. How about that? Still? And that was what? Just a few years ago. 56. Okay, That's that story that she's got about that day. We had the ballroom at the fist or I think it was wherever it was a huge ballroom. For the Sacred Cat Award. And I mean, you could have heard a pin drop as she's telling about, you know, up and down on Air Force one traveling with the president that awful day. It was just fascinating. She is such a She's just such a great orator in terms of vivid imagery that she's able to conjure up in your mind. As you listen to her speak to this day, she told stories for a living. It's almost as if she did that that she's so good at it. I asked her because, she said. You know, she kept detailed notes that day and things like that. And I said, Oh, So do you have your That notebook or maybe other keepsakes from that day that you just kind of get, she says. I have every notebook I have ever I have ever you know, used in 40 years. And she said, I took that notebook and I put it in safe keeping. And she said Scott, I have no idea where that notebook is from September 11th 2000 and one not to that pile up, but I didn't know that this existed. I totally forgot about it. But Apparently, somewhere along the way I took we we would record our Katie show is very mean another on videotape back then, and I supposedly took that video tape from that day. And I have it somewhere. And Eric Bill Stead found out because I mentioned it in the five year anniversary broadcast for 9 11. I said I have that tape, so he came to be. So Where's the tape? We're gonna have That tape would be a great tape there. And I said, I have no idea. No. I looked in the obvious places. But somewhere in my house that tape has to be and I haven't heard it since. Obviously I don't know if I want to, but I'd love to find it. Yeah, I don't have some years. Nobody. It's amazing when you you keep you take something. You keep something for safekeeping. And didn't you know in perpetuity? And then you You're diagnosed idea where it is. I do that every day with my car keys and all of my world and we just see you wandering like the halls 1 15. She's looking at the car keys. Alright. Coffee tea is indeed off. We'll get it going in a couple minutes. But first we'll check in with Jane. Thank you. Scott. Gunshots ringing out at a candlelight vigil for a Milwaukee murdered just hours. Before this before, at the very same Northside location. It happened about eight last night near Berlin and Sherman, a crowd had gathered to remember his 16 year old who was fatally shot there early Monday morning. Five people, including 2, 15 year old girls being treated for what police say are non fatal wounds. The suspects still at large. The Evers administration says Almost 70% of state executive branch workers have gotten at least one covid vaccine. More than 30,000 people work in those jobs across the state, the administration said Monday. 87% of them have complied with the requirement to share their vaccination status. UW Madison. Announcing earlier this month, almost 90% of students, faculty and campus.

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"uw madison" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"uw madison" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Government of Pakistan appears to be you rethinking its decision to free one of the men convicted in the death of an American journalist. Stan's government has launched an appeal against the decision handed down by the country's Supreme Court yesterday. Judges ordered the release often. Islamist militant accused in the killing of American journalist Daniel Pearl. Theo. US says it's deeply concerned The Pakistani government is now asking the court to reinstate a murder conviction on the death penalty. Mr Pearl was beheaded in 2000 and two as he reported for the Wall Street Journal following the 9 11 attacks. Simon Oh, in Fox News terror leader killed in an airstrike in the Middle East. A spokesman for the U. S led coalition says the head of Isis in Iraq, Abu Yes, here was killed in an airstrike near Cook Cook Thursday. And other Isis fighters were also killed. This year's death is another significant blow to Isis, which has struggled to mount a comeback since its caliphate was destroyed. Last week. A suicide bombing in a crowded marketplace in Baghdad killed dozens Isis claimed responsibility for the attack. 2500 U. S troops remain in Iraq. Hundreds more currently deployed to northeast Syria at the Pentagon. Lucas Tomlinson, Fox News police chief at the University of Wisconsin, Madison has banned officers from using the thin blue line imagery while on duty. The flag resembles the US flag but has a blue line in the middle. Typically it's seen as a symbol of police solidarity. But chief Kirsten Roman says the flag has been co opted by extremists with hateful ideologies. He says her department needs to distance itself from what that image rated built Trust in the community. Rod Stewart and his son have reached a plea deal is that'll misdemeanor battery charges stemming from an altercation with the hotel Security guard when they tried to enter a private party they weren't authorized to attend at a hotel on New Year's Day in 2020, the case will not go to trial. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. I'm Lee. Still, it's Sarah..

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"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Letter seven colleagues passes they didn't necessarily do the same level of diligent assembly speaker Robin Boss says he expects to vote on an amended version next week to keep the federal help. Also repealing the statewide mask mandate. I don't want to discourage anybody from wearing masks. Everybody should, but it doesn't have to be a dictate from the governor illegally done so that requires a man Tony Braddock. WTMJ news Madison Police say there is no threat to the public this evening while they continue to search for suspects and multiple bomb threats made today at 27 11 locations. According to our partners that Wi SCTV threats were made against the locations on State Street and South Park Street, causing multiple street closures and multiple building evacuations, including some on UW Madison's campus memorial library employees. Debbie's Ire tells w I s e. I knew something was more serious, but we didn't know. Of course. What itwas And so then we had to leave the building. I took time to log off my computer and grab my coat. No bombs were found. So far. No arrests have been made either. Sports traffic and weather are next siding. Unlimited wtmj news time 11 02. I'm Dr Jeffrey needs go to with a Z H wave centers along with Dr a wasted geeky. We've assembled a world class staff at our nationally accredited facility. We utilize research kind of protocols and incorporate advanced technologies such as hyperbaric oxygen therapy to achieve truly remarkable outcomes. Hyperbaric therapy helps to form new blood vessels, increase white blood selectivity and stimulates cells, all of which are important for healing. We're on the leading edge of treating those who've suffered concussions and traumatic brain injuries. And we're the only regenerative center that uses hyperbaric oxygen to enhance the amazing potential benefits of amniotic source. Stem cells to treat pain on degenerative joint disease Scheduled your appointment at wave centers.

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"uw madison" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:25 min | 11 months ago

"uw madison" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Of course, is aware of the thin blue line, right? Concept that the police are the thin blue line separating society from anarchy from the law abiding from the criminals, and in recent years there has been a physical representation of that thin blue line. It's a black Rectangle. With the blue line in between it One of my favorites is the thin blue line, Wisconsin Where it's the outline of Wisconsin with the thin blue line going through it and its support for the police. Well, now, even the forces of woke nous within police departments. Are banning the thin blue line, the UW Madison police chief Christian Roman, according to Wisconsin, right now dot com wrote in an internal email obtained by the sight. That effective immediately visible public displays of thin blue line imagery, well operating in an official capacity are disallowed. This includes flags, pins, bracelets, notebooks, coffee mugs, details, details, etcetera. There are two exceptions. Visible tattoos. She's not going to make you get a tattoo removal surgery if you serve on the UW Madison police force and possible displays like line of duty death observances. Mark Love, Akash, the public information officer for the UW Madison Police Department tells Wisconsin Right now the directive is not a formal policy quote. Our chief, however, did announce that temporary directive to our staff last week related to the thin blue line In this directive. She claims that this is because extremists like those who stormed the capital. So visibly co opted the thin blue line flag that it places officers at greater risk. The balance is tipped, she said. We must consider the cost of clinging to a symbol. That is undeniably an inextricably linked to actions and beliefs and pathetic ALS to U W PDS values. This is the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Right? According to the San Diego Union Tribune tow law enforcement. The thin blue line means police are the force that stands between law and order and chaos, the force that safeguard society against disorder. Organization Thin Blue Line USA explains. The blank space above the blue line represents society, order and peace, while the black below crime, anarchy and chaos, the thin blue line running between them law enforcement keeps crime from descending into society. Some have argued that the sin blue line is racist, and it was developed in response to the black lives matter Movement. You see. The blue line. Is keeping Society away from black lives is the honest to goodness what people think. The thin blue line did first show up as a law enforcement reference in the 19 fifties, when Los Angeles police chief Bill Parker used determine a force dealing with corruption. Controversies in 18 54 British regiment in the Crimean War was known as the Thin Red Line because of its red uniforms when its students ground against the Russian cavalry charge. The controversy over this in Madison first erupted during one of these pictures that police departments will often post online. The officers who were involved in a drug bust, for example, standing with all of the narcotics that they've seized well. Bunch of officers from the U. W uh Police Department. Were posing after they busted up a theft ring, and there was celebrating their good police work. Well in the background was a metal work of the Wisconsin silhouette that I outlined that had the thin blue line. Honey. People on Twitter. Started complaining. And saying This is unacceptable because the thin blue line is racist. So back then. They said. OK, OK, you know, we're gonna re examine this. Well, it appears that according to this email Wisconsin right now, Doc, calm obtained that the police chief as a result of what happened at the Capitol on January 6th. They're going to stop the thin blue line altogether. She writes, I certainly feel the weight of the national and local narratives that dominate the headlines. Depicting all police says white supremacists. Ah, profoundly disturbing sentiment that seems to have gained wider support following last week's insurrection at the U. S Capitol, during which extremists once again waves the thin blue flight, Okay. Saying nothing about Where she's going with this. That's simply factually incorrect. Was there not a massive wave of support for the Capitol police officers who were trying to restore order. So she's just factually incorrect about the national sentiment and Oh my gosh, there was this anti police sentiment. Of course. The pro police sentiment on the left lasted for a grand total of like two days before they started saying the Capitol police were in cahoots with the rioters, and we need to vet National Guard soldiers because they might support Trump. And of course, the left can only go so long without revealing its inner crazy and it's hatred for law enforcement and the American military. She says. I'm certain we can all agree that the actions and hateful ideologies of extremists who have so visibly co opted the thin blue line flag in the promotion of their views not only threatened our democracy, our communities and justice in all forms. They run counter to u W PDS core values and significantly impede our efforts to build trust. This, in turn places officers at greater risk physically and emotionally. Yes, if you have a thin blue line coffee mug. That a battery suspect notices in your squad car while you're arresting him. You are at greater risk. You see, the thin blue line is so going to enrage him because he says, You know what? I am associating that with the unrest at the Capitol and white supremacy. How dare you, sir? What Oh, I am like struggling to come tgs to the logical connections. That have to fire within the synapses of one's brain. You think that this makes any sort of said I cannot. She goes on. Guided by our core values. My responsibility to ensure your safety.

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"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Worth, okay? When yourself. Or a virus that infects yourself needs to make more of itself or your cell is just doing their business. Let's just go with the virus infected, so let me go with the simpler I lied to start start by explaining shit again and make it very streamlined and simple. Um, and you probably remember this from high school biology. When you're sad when when a virus infects the South. It grabs the machinery of the South. And uses it to make more of itself so the virus can replicate. In this case, it's just the M R in a, which is the link between the genome of the virus. Or the genes of the virus and making proteins. So in this case, it's just messenger RNA that codes for the spike protein on the virus. Spike Protein is like maybe the dominant part of the virus to which our immune system makes an immune response. Should you get the infection? So this spike protein M. Marny, which gets ourselves to make The spike protein itself and it justice, the protein. And then your It'll get displayed on the cell that takes up that Amarna when it's given as a vaccine. And our immune system will recognize it as a foreign protein. And essentially bacon, immune response to the virus without the virus ever even being there. And then the M Arnie just gets degraded. And goes away and you didn't have an immune response to something to which you have never been infected with. Amazing How many of those terms you're right. You do have flashbacks to high school biology Classic. Oh, that's right. M r N a, The little lamb and in our name? Yes, yes, Little Am America exactly it and you know it is effective Biology remarkable. Dr. Mary Haney joins us professor of pharmacy at UW Madison, the pharmacist herself, and she's kind enough to spend a couple of segments with us so Quick break When we come back, Mary, I'll toss a couple text questions your way as well on Ben, I have a question about If if this is going to be And annual shot. I mean, is the coronavirus shot going to be like the flu shot? It's that time of the year, Everybody get your flu shot. Get your coronavirus shot, Or is this Ah one and done. Deal. We'll get to that. And why it is still going to be very important to wear a mask. Even after you get the vaccine Doctor Mary Haney, our guests for a little while longer here in Wtmj stick around..

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"uw madison" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"uw madison" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"In the Senate and the Democrats in the House. There are two pieces of legislation. Even if Trump does veto one of the two bills, and this would be the one that probably includes the stimulus checks. Remember, both of these bills passed overwhelmingly. I think 3 59 to 53 of the house and 92 to 7 of the Senate. Unless some of the people who voted for the bills in the last couple of days flip flop, you easily would have enough to override a trump, Vito. Comes being encouraged by some conservatives the veto the legislation conservatives to believe that there's too much crap in the bill and that we're borrowing too much money. An interesting call here for Trump, who I don't think wants to be the guy that takes away stimulus checks from Americans as they say he started talking about vetoing one of the two bills that I will grant you. I don't know what's in one as opposed to what's in the other. So we'll have to follow through on that. And I'm guessing that if there is a veto, it would come in the next 24 hours. But apparently the talk is that beach was one of the two bills and whether or not they'd attempt quickly override that veto went out again. I really don't know. I want to get to the Google Monitoring story. This is another one of those things in which I think some people just They shrugged their shoulders and realize that there's nothing that we can do any more in terms of the loss of control that we have in our lives to the tech companies. This story developed over the last 72 hours. Google is acknowledging That it is warning Children. When their parents are monitoring their accounts. Here before we dive into whether they should be here. They shouldn't be. Here's what's fascinating to me about this. Nobody knew what You know how this story developed in how it broke? Just take a guess. Take a guess. Some kid pointing it out. You're almost there. In other words, you're Paul's guest is a very good guess that this story a major policy of a major tech firm. Got exposed with a kid who was notified by Google. In fact, that's that how it came about, but you're really close. There's a film director named Robbie Starbuck. What? That name rings a bell. I don't Was he a child actor anything. Does that name mean anything to you? Well, anybody that came from him. Robbie Starbuck, who's a movie director. Claimed on Twitter. This is just unbelievable How these things get out. He claimed on Twitter. That is, this is where Paul turns out, essentially to be the correct His seven year old kid. Got a warning from Google that his account was being monitored. So you got a movie director who posts on Twitter. My kid just told may Google told him that is Google accounts being monitored. That's how the story developed. Somebody saw it. They followed up and they ask Google Are you warning Children? That their parents are monitoring their accounts and Google's acknowledging. Yes, we are. We wanted to let these kids know that their parents are essentially spying on their Google activity. When we talked about and I don't have that much sympathy for the UW Madison students that are complaining about the fact that if they want to go back to class in the second semester They have to have the app on their phone. The tracks everywhere they go because most people have APS on their phones in which 87,000 different cos They're already tracking where they're going. I don't know that UW Madison doing so is any other great leap. But the fact that people are horrified about this when they've got the locators on their phones for everything else, said to the Sun. I mean, I'll admit it is always creepy to be when I'm near Menard stored them in our dance pop up on my phone, but that's because I must have something that I've the locators out. I mean, I just given up. I used to turn it off. Like I told you that. I think I I used to turn off the locator. Well done work for anything If you turn it off, I don't and you could turn it on for some things that offer others and I don't have it on for everything. And some of the stuff where it asking if I wanted out, I say no. But Like all these weather, APS Showed me what the weather is exactly where I am at that point in. Why would I know where that is? Yeah. I mean, if Let's suppose that want to get a certain fast food writer Chick fil A Well, you gotta turn on the app. So that is the chick fil a nose reality. They'll tell you how they'll tell you right then and there how to get there. I mean, the ones that the stories have, where they know what you are in the store. It's all creepy, but it's to say you just sort of give up on it. With regard to this So apparent Who is proactive, and I think every parent should monitor their kids. Internet activity, don't you? You agree with me on that or not, Or do you think that's intrusive? We say of course I don't know what you think. You're under 18. Yeah, And I would think the I don't even know the younger They are the older they are, But I would say either, really? Yeah, You got a teenage daughter? I think you kind of want to find out whether or not there's somebody who might be posing as another 16 year old girl. But in fact, it's a 45 year old fat guy who's a pervert. I mean, I think you want to be on top of that. I think you want to be on top of what they're looking into. In any of it and the younger they are. I mean, when you consider all the garbage that's out there in the world if you want to give kids the opportunity to use the Internet to learn about the world and follow the news, and so on. You want to make sure they're not going to the porno sites or not. I mean, you just it's what you would do..

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What we've learned about Barrett's views on abortion cases

Her Turn

08:11 min | 1 year ago

What we've learned about Barrett's views on abortion cases

"Judiciary Committee hearings in full swing this week. Arlene's outta wrote this report. For many feminists, it is the most painful, outrageous and sad irony that the Supreme Court seat once held by Ruth Bader Ginsburg, one of the most staunch supporters of women's rights and civil rights, will soon be held by another woman. But one who seems to be the mirror opposite of R B, G and all her views the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings this week on the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. But her views on full display despite the fact that she repeatedly refused to answer questions about her opinions, questions on such settled issues as the right to birth control and the right to vote, including a peaceful transition of power. As the result of that vote, all got I cannot comment answers. When asked about her view opposing same sex marriage, she offhandedly used the term sexual preference when referring to the LGBT plus community, even though many activists say the term is offensive. One after another Democratic senators tried to press her on her record, such as the fact that she previously signed onto an ad describing abortion as barbaric and calling for the Roe v. Wade decision to be overturned. Her two dissenting opinions and abortion related cases, one of which involved allowing minors to get an abortion without notifying parents by way of judicial bypass, and another that would have required fetal remains to be formally buried. Observers say 17 cases related to abortion are one step away from the Supreme Court and three including a 15 week abortion ban from Mississippi could be taken up as early as its next session. And her only nod to any progressive opinion. Barrett seemed to support the idea of desegregation by calling the Brown v. Board of education decision a super precedent that isn't likely to ever be overturned. The Judiciary Committee is set to vote to approve barrettes nomination next week with a vote of the full Senate by the end of the month. Bang. With the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Questions about her ties to the religious right have raised concerns about the fate of Roe v. Wade and a person's right to reproductive choices. Her turn. Reporter Ellen La Luzerne spoke with Karen Garst, who author to anthologies about the impact of religion on women. Women beyond belief, and women versus religion. Last received her PhD in curriculum and instruction from UW Madison and is a current resident in the state of Oregon. 2016 you published a book Women Beyond belief. In the book's introduction, You stated that you wrote the book after learning of the 2014 U. S. Supreme Court decision regarding Hobby lobby's denial of reproductive care for their employees. Your reaction was to question why a corporation can use its religious beliefs. To dictate the healthcare a woman could receive. Fast forward to today when we're witnessing the Supreme Court nomination process for a woman who is a valid Lee, a member of an extremist religious sect that believes that women should submit to their husbands What was your reaction when you heard about the nomination of Amy Clooney Barrett for the U. S Supreme Court. First of all, I wasn't surprised because Trump has already appointed people to the Supreme Court. I didn't watch quite a bit of the confirmation hearings of his previous nominees, so I wasn't surprised that he appointed someone who's conservative. He vowed when he was elected that he would appoint justices to the Supreme Court who would overturn Roe v. Wade. If Connie Bear is confirmed, What is your opinion about the impact that this might have for future cases such as the Affordable care act and a woman's right to choose? Well, I think it's going to have very dilatory ous impacts because now we're going to have a Supreme Court. That is considered very conservative. I believe six of the justices will be considered Catholic, and there are going to write decisions as they have for that have a conservative bent. I think it's very unfortunate that the Supreme Court has become so politicized. If we look in our history. One of the things that I was doing some research on was previous decisions and Brown vs the Board of Education. Which desegregated schools was fundamental change to the way this society was operating was a 9 to 0 decision, and people saw what was happening in society, and I talked to a friend of mine who is a lawyer there. Who said, you know, there's this public sentiment. That's how culture changes. And people were attuned to that, And now we're not appointing people to the Supreme Court who have an open view. They're very, very one sided, and I think it's totally tragic that she's going to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg. What do you think the consequences will be for Roe v. Wade and access to freedom of choice? An abortion? There will always be abortion. The question is whether it's going to be safe and whether it's going to be legal. There has been throughout time before Roe v. Wade. It was back alley abortions, and I think younger women today they don't know what it was like before then Roe v. Wade. If it were completely overturned, I think would have a revolution. It might take a while to put it together. Rather, I think what they'll do is just approved all these restrictions on it, making the doctors who on abortion clinics we associate with the hospital, whether it's making AA lot regulations on the clinic itself and what it can have and what it has to have delegating more. The authority of states and people are going to have to say I don't want to live in a state like this. If they overturn it completely and make abortion illegal. I just Hey, I'm ready to start the revolution. I don't think they're going to go that far. But who knows? What do you think, drives the women who are supporting people like Coney, Bharat and Support these types of efforts to keep women as subservient to men, such as the belief system of Annie Cockney Barrett. Religion is an indoctrination in a set of beliefs. I'm 70 when I was growing up in the fifties in Bismarck, North Dakota. Every person I knew went to a church or there were three Jewish families who went to a synagogue. But it was part of everybody's life. So you're indoctrinated in that It's your family. Everybody else around you is like that. Unless you're exposed to something different. This shapes who you are. And we know that Trump was elected by conservatives by people who identified as religion, particularly fundamentalist religion. That's too he appeals to, and it's unfortunate that the religion hasn't changed enough to deal with our society today. What is interesting to me? Is that this woman, Amy Cockney Barrett is very intelligent. She is ah, Notre Dame professor. She's an appellate court judge, and she has seven kids. I can't imagine trying to balance all that. But in spite of that conservative religion, it is pretty hard to say, Well, she's helped meat of her husband because she is Ted her own career. In your

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"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"So something to look forward to. All right. If you follow me on Twitter, it's at Chef Wagner 6 20. There is a piece In the with in The Washington Post today, written by Danielle Pletka that has heads exploding all over the Internet. The headline is I never considered voting for Trump in 2016. I may be forced to vote for him this year and already, if you if you check out the Internet, there's just people. Oh, my gosh, I cannot believe that anybody Could say that they might consider voting for Donald Trump. Actually, I think that there's a lot of people out there that have a some of the same concerns that she is talking about. We're going to discuss that probably in the second half of this hour, probably right after 12 30. If you want to get a head start on it. You want to see the piece? I'm referring to. You can follow me on Twitter. It's at Chef Wagner 6 20. I seriously wonder how many people are out there That really feel like the author of This particular opinion piece does, but maybe are afraid to say it in public because they're going to be ridiculed by folks in the mainstream media. Maybe they're afraid to say this to pollsters as well. In any event. If you want to get a head start on that piece, you can follow me on Twitter. It's at Chef Wagner, 6 20. We'll talk about that a little bit later in the program, all right. Sometimes there are people who make decisions. And then, in hindsight, come to believe the decisions are wrong or or in hindsight, should come to believe the decisions are are wrong. Now. One of the classic examples of just insanity is Tony Evers. Remember a week or so ago, he says, Well, I wouldn't have done anything different. In handling the riots in Kenosha, and we talked about this in last week's programme. That's one of the most stupid things that I've ever heard come out of the mouth of a public official. I wouldn't have changed anything. Well, that's that's really wonderful that the governor thinks that way. But maybe the $50 million in damages and maybe the 30 businesses that were destroyed. And who knows how many injuries? Maybe. Just maybe the governor should consider that he didn't handle things very well. Guess what troubles me about that? Not only was that Evers Screwed up. But the apparently refuses to acknowledge that he screwed up. Which makes me wonder about what's gonna happen. Moving forward because trust me, you know there's going to be some interesting and troubling issues that might happen in Wauwatosa. Because it's been over six months now, Since you had the shooting involving the wall with toasted police Officer Joseph MENSA and the 17 Year old, It's already sparked all this unrest. At some point in time, the authorities are going to have to announce their decision and if the officer is cleared, you know some people aren't going to be happy about that. If the officer is charged, some people aren't going to be happy about that, if he's charged and ultimately acquitted. Of any charges. People aren't going to be happy about that. I guess what's troubling to me, is it? Fevers doesn't understand how badly he screwed up. His response in Kenosha know what? What's gonna happen moving forward. Hopefully it's not going to do the same thing. Then, of course, you've got the same decision in Kenosha. Some point in time, they're going to have to make a charging decision on the officer. Who who shot Jacob Blake. Will he be charged? What's goingto happen? Kyle Riton house, the 17 year old, there's going to have to be, You know, some charging decision ultimately made there. No, he's been charged initially, but but what happens if if he ends up being acquitted? And I guess it's troubling to me because if Governor Evers doesn't realise how badly he screwed up the situation moving forward, it's impossible for him to learn. All right, So that's what happens. Sometimes you have public officials that completely and totally screw up and they're if they refuse to acknowledge that they got it wrong. On the other hand. His public officials that make decisions and continue to believe that they were right. And maybe they have a point. Now reopening UW Madison has been Well, problematic to say the least. Yet all these college kids that come back, Madison said. Okay, we're not going to go virtual. We are going to have in person instruction. So all these people came back to Madison. And what they did was despite the fact that these college kids were told you gotta social distance you gotta wear masks. You can't hang out. We know by and large. What happened is they're college kids. Hey, there's a kegger down the block. We're going and predictably, what happened is all sorts of Students ended up getting sick. That's just the result. Now the good news is Most of the students that got sick because they're in this age group where you get Corbett 19. You're not as a general rule. Gonna have a really bad reaction to it. You know, maybe some case you don't even know that you've gotten sick but lots of lots of covert 19. Thankfully, there's not a spike in hospitalizations. There's not a spike in deaths. But college kids behaving like college kids ignoring what they were told to Dio, they get sick. And now Madison is looking at a quarantine situation for at least the next couple weeks. All right, so the chancellor UW Madison, Rebecca Blank, and I've been a critic of her from time to time. She has this tense. Tense discussion where you know she's talking with the faculty Senate, the student academic staff and you know people are are complaining to her. They say. Well, you know what? What were you doing, opening up the school? How stupid a decision that you make. And she said, Well, look. She said. No, I I would do the same thing if I had the chance all over again, she said. First of all, you know what happened is we set up all these protocols to stop the spread of covert into classrooms. We have largely succeeded in that. It's if kids Students are getting sick. It's not because they're in the classrooms. It's because they're doing all this other stuff outside of the classrooms, she said. Second Even if we had gone to virtual learning. Even if we had gone to virtual learning on campus that wasn't going to change. The dynamic large numbers of the kids live off campus. Anyways, Madison is their home away from home. They were going to come back to the city anyways. They were going to be here regardless, so that this idea that if we had gone to virtual learning the idea that that would have stopped the spread of Cove it her point is that's ridiculous because they're in off campus housing. They're going to be doing what we told him not to do anyways, you said, Look, this was inevitable and No, I don't apologize for going away from input from going to in person learning because I think in person learning is much better are number 85561616 20. That is the accident, mortgage talk and text line. Look, I I understand that we're working through our problems with covert 19. But you know what? I don't blame the chancellor at UW. I mean, I'm the guy that's been saying, Look, you've got to trust people to try to do the right thing. And if they don't it's not the fault of UW Madison. It's not the fault of the school for reopening. It's if you want to put blame its default of the kids, The students, the people who decide that, you know, we don't care. We're going to behave in an irresponsible fashion. But no, I don't think they should have to apologize for reopening and her point that you know the students. We're going to be here anyways. So what difference does it make? If we know we have a classroom, open or not, They're still going to be in Madison. They're still going to be making the decision to hang out to go to the keggers and all that type of stuff. 85561616 20. That's the Econ it mortgage talk and text line. To the extent you have a covert outbreak at UW Madison. I don't think it's the fault of the school officials. It's the fault as a general rule of the students who decided well, we don't care about the different rules. We're going to go to that party with 200. People in surprise follows surprise. We're going to get sick. Not much the school could have done about it. Is there 85561616 20. We discussed it a moment Game.

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"uw madison" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"uw madison" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And stood away spike in Corona virus cases on campus. I'm sure you've seen the story. Maybe your kid goes to UW Madison. They've basically gone all virtual until I think September 25th due to an uptick in coronavirus cases. Cases. Jack's on lines has published a 12 13 this afternoon so it'll probably in the newspaper by next Tuesday. And they go on this big, long diatribe about how all the decisions were made. And what's happening, how they're bringing in food. All the kids quarantined in the dorms. Never once mentioning the most important question. How bad is it? Remember most cases of especially in this case, young people, college students getting cone of rice there, asymptomatic. They don't even know they have it. The reason why they do is because these college campuses have been testing like crazy since these kids came back to school. So since there've been more tests Cause effect. There have been more positive cases. The bigger question. The most important question is How many hospitalizations I know the answer. Zero. Zero. Of the 872. Reported Positive Colbert 19 tests on UW's campuses with as of yesterday. They're maybe Mohr. Since this study came out or these numbers came out, there have been zero reported hospitalizations. At UW Madison. And know that at an outlier Texas Tech use University 851 cases. Zero Hospitalizations University, Illinois 1500 positive. Corbett tests zero hospitalizations. University of Texas 449 cases. Zero hospitalizations. Kansas, Kentucky, Iowa, Georgia. Dayton, Arizona, Alabama. All anywhere from, say, 602 1400 positive cases on campus, Not one. Hospitalisation. It's kind of an important aspect of the story. That isn't being reported. Yet we've got breaking news on TV last night. If you were watching you W shuts down to the spike in cases. Okay? How serious is it? Well, that's not the point. Yeah, kind of is The answer is it's not serious at all. It doesn't matter. Because it's just another opportunity like the case and Sturgis like UW Madison. Like this Bob Woodward book. To push a narrative. That isn't True. When you dig deeper. Yes, there are over now. 800 Some cases on you. W Yeah, that That's true that lying about that. Like they were about the Sturgis study. I just made up out of thin air. They got the headline out. For those who are worried about Corbett, which those people exist. That just reinforce that worry whole. What are we gonna do? What we do What? We gotta vote for Joe Biden. He'll fix it. Joe Biden doesn't what data's.

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"uw madison" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"uw madison" Discussed on WTOP

"Now. In Washington, a 12 50 as Corona virus cases slow in some areas of the country. The numbers continue to rise and others and Labor Day weekend is giving experts a new fear that cases will surge thanks to crowded beaches and parties. Worldwide Death toll topped 890,000. Tus remains hardest hit with nearly 6.3 million cases and almost 190,000 deaths. There are concerns about new spikes in cases after thousands ignored warnings to avoid large gatherings over Labor Day weekend, CBS News correspondent Chip Reid and Corona virus spikes on college campuses continue to force administrators to make adjustments to the University of Wisconsin. Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank canceled all in person social events Monday and she ordered undergraduate students to restrict their movements for the next two weeks. Enough for to slow the spread of Cove in 19, the university reports. 148 UW Madison students and one employee have tested positive for covert 19 West Virginia universities. Morgan Town campus Cancelled in person classes starting today. Nearly all undergraduate classes will move online on Wednesday at the University of Kansas Students went on strike from classes Monday to protest the opening of campus during the pandemic. I, Mike Rossia One Northern Virginia mom is working to make this school year better than the last one, and not just for her own kids. The Weber is blunt about how last spring went for her kids in the Arlington public school system. I think that for the most part, all parents would agree that the spring was somewhat of a disaster. It's no one's fault, she says. But this year when she learned that headphones would be crucial for success for kids who are learning from home once again. She created a go fund me page and kicked off Project headphones her goal to get them to every kid who needs a pear and her wish that remote learning can go better this year, and I understand the enormous burden. This is going to place on teachers, but I think it really can be done. She figured the least she could do was.

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University of Wisconsin-Madison directs 9 sororities and fraternities to quarantine due to COVID-19

Scott Warras

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

University of Wisconsin-Madison directs 9 sororities and fraternities to quarantine due to COVID-19

"The members of nine fraternities and sororities at the university to quarantine themselves after 38 students tested positive for covert 19 UW Madison, also requiring covert tests for students who live in the 38 Greek life houses. The university did not say if the cases were linked to any parties or large gatherings. Shift into a different type of quarantine down in the N B

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11 students dismissed from Boston's Northeastern for violating COVID policies

Scott Warras

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

11 students dismissed from Boston's Northeastern for violating COVID policies

"However. In Boston, hundreds of northeastern students who were supposed to be on a foreign exchange the semester being housed at the local hotel. Now, 11 1st year students have been suspended for throwing a party in one of the hotel rooms. This northeastern student is living at the Westin Hotel, sharing a room with one other person. I'm not that surprised that happened. I think personally that probably trying to make an example of the students just so other people don't do that Each student's $36,500 tuition will not be Refunded. Meanwhile, at UW Madison Health officials have directed the

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"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Vampire. Nat's joining us. He is the head of the UW Madison insect Diagnostic Lab. We call in the bug guy PJ Leash PJ. Now I try to be careful when I started researching this because it's like Web MD. And I goto WebMD and before too long, I'm convinced I'm gonna die of some fatal tapeworm or something. But from what I can find, these aren't regular nets, and they're not know CMEs. There's something called Buffalo Nets. Yes. And some good news for us is there were actually just about at the end of their even if you talk to me about a month or so ago, late May and early June, I was getting calls and reports from around the state of Buffalo Natural. Another name for them are black flies. If anyone has spent time up in like the boundary Waters Canoe area or her, the black flies up there. It's the same type of creature. These are very small types of truth flies and the larvae develop in rivers or streams, although sometimes when the adults emerge, they can fly or get a loan from very, very long distances. Sometimes I am on the order of dozens of miles away from the original source. BJ. I talked to other people who are gardeners, and this year has been unbelievable. Steve Scuff e T. His wife has had the same problem. I have bites all over the place and they get infected. And I call him vampire nets because when I switched one the other day there was so much blood. It was like there was a mosquito having a seven course meal. Well, it's interesting if you compare and contrast use with mosquitoes. I mean, they're both blood feeders, but they go about it in different ways. Mosquitoes They're really using. Ah, hypothermic. Kneel like a flat bottom is very, you know, gradually sneak in and get blood from your vessels. These black flies or buffalo naps. All they simply do is they kind of slash you open. And then they want to swear about the blood that oozes out of that cut. So it it's a vicious process when they do that, that sounds horrific Teacher. Wow, nicely described Now that the Buffalo gnats are on the way out, as you alluded to earlier. What's next? What do we have to look forward to your next? What's going to be slashing us Open next? Well, I have getting reports of things such a horse flies and dear flights from around the state, which really is to be expected for the time of the year. Interestingly, those feed in a very summer way As these black flies, they simply make a small Cut her slice. And then when the blood pools up, they end up drinking that up so that they're painted a method of blood feeding. Have also had some reports and no seems out there and depending on where you are in the state. The mosquitoes are out and in some areas there a little bit quieter than usual for this time of the year, although I spoke with folks up in the North woods, and there's a pretty good mosquito pressure up there at the moment, so mosquitoes are out, but it it's pretty variable, depending on where you're located in the state. He is the head of the UW Madison insect Diagnostic Lab. He has the bug guy. PJ Leash is our guest. On the first Midwest Bank hotline. But PJ I rather than curse the darkness. Let me light a candle here. Is there anything we can do to prevent ourselves from getting chewed up by black flies? Buffalo Nats? Where is I Call them little bastards. Well, a lot of the precautions you could take a B similar to mosquitoes. Things such as long sleep clothing would be your most effective barrier, and luckily when easier at their peak in about early June, we had temperatures, there are a little bit cooler. You know what the temperatures we have this week? It's just gonna be hard to have long sleeves on. But long sleeves would be a physical bear to protect yourself. In some cases, if they're really bad, wearing something like a mesh head net can sometimes be needed. I know folks that air into fly fishing where you're hanging out in a river, a stream, which it can really be a source for these Insects in that mesh head. Net may be necessary. Unfortunately, thie repellent that we often use for Ms We lost that now. That's too bad, but, yeah, apparently the I've tried. I doused myself in deep woods off. It did absolutely no good whatsoever. I have these welts all over my all over the place and I was going to ask him if there was something particularly toxic in the saliva of these bugs. I just think that they're biting with malicious intent. I know. I think this is they know that this is going to happen and they laughed as they fly. I think a buffalo Matt might have not been taking his phone. Don't tell him Any more. A 27.

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"uw madison" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"uw madison" Discussed on KOMO

"Best care at UW Madison UW medicine a higher degree of health care go Dawgs back in two thousand sixteen the Washington Huskies ended the season with high hopes under third year head coach Chris Petersen the dogs ranked fourteenth in the preseason polls and had ascended to eight before sliding back to number ten after close overtime win at Arizona the first real test of the season came in week five against undefeated and seventh ranked Stanford for a Friday night game televised nationally the hype and anticipation throughout the week reached a crescendo during those three hours when husky stadium hosted its first top ten match up in nineteen years for today's husky plus their first drive of the night Browning to throw on second down and one for at the Stanford forty seven yard line totally market down back near the line of scrimmage eight yard gain that would have meant a first down the Huskies with their second penalty in the early going as we're just under twelve minutes to go in the quarter so back them up it's going to be second down in six the dogs working from their own forty yard line a little bit nervous energy on the big stage three winds out to the left Browning comes up changing the play or the protection here has been in the backfield within takes a snap fires the fire over there is space miles John Lawson more that looked like a close but that's a sixteen yard gain stamper playing really loose the Huskies leading receiver and John Ross makes investigated the forty for the cardinals first down dogs in the new starting corner Terrance Alexander on the ensuing over on the far side as a coverage mistake that time maybe some of those guys in there some of those backups the hand of my pleasure Jeff Swede verified he is throwing on the run out of bounds the cardinal forty two yard line a gain of a short true on the play from a collector coming from the left side over on the far side around the near corner in front of the Stanford bench late that one well to remind us of the tailback one second an aide at the Stanford forty two running from the guns in the new year has shown the right sidelined for here Washington first quarter for you right there the dogs in business first and goal at the seven yard line so the tail back again an injured earlier on in the position from the seven there have been looking for one way inside the five with a three yard line a gain of four as we go to a lease on the sideline Myles Gaskin on for the thirty five yard pass play hobbled off the field on the field kind of rolling around in pain but did manage to get to the sideline on his own so we'll keep an eye on the situation in the meantime Washington's second goal at the Stanford three upon Coleman comes in at tailback wide receivers the motion the client you're they faked the jet sweep through a Browning looks in the end zone throws it away once in the back of the end zone well covered by the safeties and cost power pop stand for a third and goal on the way Washington from the Stanford three yard line under ten to go in this opening quarter the Huskies stonewalling Stanford on its first possession dogs now moving well in in threatening positions hello pleasure on the fly sweep the floor they wanted to throw it back to him in the flat stamper defense not fooled the third and goal from the three yard line Browning ready ball center of the field goes left to right takes the snap looking left nothing there scrambled well this is a big time player right there he said Jake Browning initial thrown this little room with his mood this is the the Huskies struck first there is a point after touchdown further energized by Washington's opening quarter work the point after touchdown is no good from Cameron van Winkle hello this wow not a good sign with Cameron van Winkle missed two field goals a week ago and absolutely shakes a PhD going on there good question you'll have to ask and we get a time out so that puts a a a damper on the mo Jo but the Huskies have scored first year against seventh ranked Stanford touchdown pass Browning to PETA's same combination that works for the game winner Arizona a.

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Majority Of Coronavirus Patients Put On Ventilators Don't Survive

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Majority Of Coronavirus Patients Put On Ventilators Don't Survive

"States continue to scramble to get enough ventilators for covert nineteen patients but some new research from the university of Washington just putting someone on a ventilator might not necessarily be the best treatment commas Denise Whitaker reports from hospitals using ventilators report high death rates for corona virus patients that they put on those breathing machines in New York City eight out of ten patients on the machines died doctors now trying to figure out exactly why see it could be related to the patients conditions before and after they were put on ventilators doctors at UW Madison say they're deciding each case very separately specifically assessing how much oxygen is getting into the body how much carbon dioxide is getting out and what other acute diseases might be at play in each

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"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"How you can help Mike got a little sports news to get to today were absolutely this from UW Madison athletic director Barry Alvarez says despite the NC double a ruling last month that senior athletes who have their spring season cut short will have an extra year of eligibility that's not gonna be happening you double what we try to encourage them if you're going to graduate many of them had internships many of the jobs already and have your future plan but there's no guarantee that if you were on a if you would be put back on a we don't know you know what the future is we don't know what's going to happen this fall Alvarez making his comments on his weekly radio show on Wednesday he said he even thinks instead of les overstepped its bounds when it give athletes an extra year I think there was an overreaction by the NC two eight when they canceled spring sports giving everyone that your eligibility well that creates a lot of problems it's more complicated than that those are all discussions that we've had as a lead to work consistently and and how we handle things on campus in cedar lake in canceling spring sports March the twelfth suspended all D. one recruiting actually also through next week so yeah I know you thought like hedge yeah I love that G. Alvarez I mean he's he's not somebody is going to be you know it told what to do he's gonna he's obviously going to be part of the big picture but he has an opinion isn't expressed in and for him if there is a kind of a distinct way of doing business it's it's not I want to say it's my way the highway but he's very very defined in how he looks at his position and how he makes the decisions and I think this is something that was open for negotiation I think that there's a there's a a lot of disappointment and I'm B. on behalf of college athletes who had all their sports cancel I understand that but look at the other high school kids in the same boat in there and there's no way to do what we do on that either I mean they're not going to be doing the track and field season like they typically would in all the outdoor sports that we love in in Wisconsin it's the reality of the situation they're going to be some sacrifices have to be made in for I think for the administrator of a sports program as big as UW Madison I think one of those decisions as this is what I'm gonna do and when I can make everybody happy we have to kind of move forward and and sometimes sacrifice is part of that and you know it's it's upsetting for a lot of kids and their parents but I mean that's the reality the situation all right one more fun one before you get out of yeah we talked about the beginning of the show food we're gonna end it with some food as well so what goes hand in hand with sports wings right so since there's no sense since there's no sports wings are in abundance there's a massive surplus of chicken wings in the US and it could be traced to one event March madness the NCAA basketball tournament is one of the top wing in times of the year and when the tournament was cancelled demand dropped and the.

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"uw madison" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"uw madison" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Tested for the crown has tested positive for the virus tenants in prudential plaza in other buildings near Bologna and Parker been notified since being diagnosed the worker has not returned to the property mayor Lightfoot says the same Patrick's day parades in Chicago downtown on the north and south side will not take place this weekend but they're postponed she says the cancellation is in the best interest of the public god forbid we see a spread for spike based upon this kind of public event none of us wanted that all of us are putting first and foremost what's important for the public and we just believe that this is the right decision the dying of the Chicago River will also take place at a later date first the grounding of the seven thirty seven Max now the corona viruses making things even more challenging than they already work for Chicago based Boeing the company is implementing a hiring freeze citing a global economic disruption generated by coal that nineteen in a letter to employees Boeing says it is implementing a hiring freeze and it will limit overtime to critical aspects of returning the seven thirty seven Max to service a Boeing employee tested positive for cove it nineteen earlier this week Alex down ABC news the university of Illinois may suspend in person classes because of the corona virus vice provost Kevin pets one of the things that's changed even over the last week to ten days as folks are beginning to realize that this is not probably going to magically clear up in ten to fourteen days that we need to think out two and three my it's about and the longer further had we can plan the better it is for people to make contingency strategies today Notre Dame and the university of Wisconsin Madison joining a growing number of universities are canceling in person classes and moving everything online and now the WGN neighborhood news here's Pam Jones the Moxy Chicago in river north needs you to judge a cocktail competition tonight starting at six bartenders from at least seven area restaurants.

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Washing hands key in stopping coronavirus spread: Are you doing it correctly?

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Washing hands key in stopping coronavirus spread: Are you doing it correctly?

"There's no question that the outbreak has most of us washing our hands more often but doctors say a lot of us are not using the proper technique goals Connie Thompson spent part of the day at the U. dub Medical Center with a doctor who showed her exactly what many of us overlook if you really want to get rid of germs on your hands a simple pass of soap and water doesn't cut it Dr Pol Pot inter directs the infectious diseases clinic at UW Madison here's how the medical pros do what we always start by getting him to west you don't apply simply dry hands wet your hands first then leather up and here's where a lot of us dropped the ball don't just wash your poems because there's other parts of the hands were the germs can hide the Baxter classic you really want to get between the fingers from the time we start studying we should spend a minimum of twenty seconds about the time it takes to sing our A. B. C. really getting that soap all over hands so finger to finger back to front front to back and you've got to pay attention to the phone the phone has a lot of work it's neglected and it's a part of the hand washing cycles sometimes people forget and it'll start in the middle and really try to get my finger tips that's another place that can be tough to get if you just rubbing your hands to run my fingers a little spot like that from my poems and it's been about twenty seconds it was actually twenty nine and if you have to use your hand to turn off the water use that tell to do that you don't we contaminated hands when you shut it off and to prevent picking up new germs skip the handshakes go with the fist bump for the docks preference the error fist bump even better but the elbows instead again the key areas most of us miss by the backs of our hands our thumbs and especially our finger tips was spread all those terms when we touch our eyes and our noses and our mouths you can find more of Connie stories on our website commodities dot com just check the consumer

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How to deal with Seasonal Affective Disorder

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

How to deal with Seasonal Affective Disorder

"Short days with little sunlight long dark nights can take a toll on your mental health doctors and you dub say there are steps you can take to help cope with seasonal affective disorder or sad Dr Megan thing a primary care doctor at the UW Madison's Southlake union clinics as some people respond well to using a therapy light box in the morning to reset the sleep cycle normally what you want to do is turn it on early in the morning first thing in the morning usually within ten minutes of waking up there so and then you'll kind of just put it off to the side as you're doing some of your daily activities I think you're eating your breakfast reading the paper or something like that and just kind of having it in your vicinity and letting her eyes sort of absorb that light stimuli can be helpful doctors say you should also consider exercise of course talk to your doctor they may be able to prescribe medications to help with your mood

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"uw madison" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"uw madison" Discussed on KOMO

"Primary care doctor at the UW Madison's Southlake union clinics as some people respond well to using a therapy light box in the morning to reset the sleep cycle normally what you want to do is turn it on early in the morning first thing in the morning usually within ten minutes of waking up there so and then you'll kind of just put it off to the side as you're doing some of your daily activities I think you're eating your breakfast reading the paper or something like that and just kind of having it in your vicinity and letting her eyes sort of absorb that light stimuli can be helpful doctors say you should also consider exercise of course talk to your doctor they may be able to prescribe medications to help with your mood four forty time to head over the Harley exterior sports desk beast mode in turbo back in the V. mac couples bill sorts of more on the Seahawks Christmas Eve reunion just for current Seattle Seahawks played along side Marshawn Lynch what he was doing the beast mode runs at CenturyLink field middle linebacker Bobby Wagner says there's an obvious buzz in the team building with Lynch and Robert Turbin back on the roster a lot of the guys that they didn't play with them he there were young or in the league around the same time they watched and so I'm pretty sure you wanted the chance to experience what that felt like in in a locker room Seattle brought back both veteran runners because of season ending injuries to Chris Carson CJ pro sites and Rashad petty Sunday night rookie Travis Homer is Seattle's likely starter when they take on the forty Niners in a winner take all N. F. C. Y. showdown Washington state Cougars the best passing team in college football the Air Force Academy the best running attack in the nation something has to give in Friday's cheese it's bowl at the Arizona Diamondbacks stadium in Phoenix you dub men's basketball team reaches the championship game of the diamond head classic in Hawaii at five o'clock tomorrow and come on news here the dogs against the Houston Cougars sports update to ten and forty after the hour bill Schwartz on the home of the Huskies come on news seven army I'm to put it to to nothing goes by faster than the holidays I'm a family photos to get the Turkey done today actually the Lexus December to remember sales of and also.

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"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"So very glad to have you with us all right. the numbers are out. UW Madison which in in this what I'm about to say is not intended to be a knock on any of the other view W. schools which all have their own merits and are quite candidly you know great great institutions but U. W. Madison I think it's fair to say from the perspective of a national reputation it's viewed as the flagship of the UW system. it always used to be. that the rule was that. the people in rolling at UW Madison. it had to be only twenty seven point five percent of new students could come from outside Wisconsin and Minnesota so essentially sixty two and a half percent of I'm sorry seventy two and a half percent almost three quarters of the people who were going to go to UW we're going to be people who came from either Wisconsin or Minnesota where we have reciprocity and I think that was a recognition of the fact that it is the university of Wisconsin which is there for I don't know you know people who live in Wisconsin and for their state taxes have been supporting the university of Wisconsin for years and years in twenty fifteen the board of regents change that they did away with that twenty point seven five percent cap and instead they said okay well here's the deal we're going to set a ceiling we're gonna say that you have to register thirty six hundred in state students so instead of a percentage it's just going to be a number thirty six hundred in state students that's going to be the rule. it has happened is since then. all the increased number of students have almost all come from out of state here here is the the numbers this year this year students enrolled at UW Madison. who live in state were instate students that percentage is down to fifty point three percent down from where it always used to be which is almost like close to seventy five percent it's now down to half to give you an idea here the raw numbers for this year out of approximately seventy five hundred and fifty students enrolled freshman at UW Madison about thirty eight hundred came from Wisconsin they were residents and about thirty seven fifty came from out of state so it's been a goal it's been a dramatic explosion of the numbers of out of state students who are being admitted candidly at the expense of in state students let me give you some other numbers let's go back to nineteen ninety five just for the sake of argument because I have these numbers here in nineteen ninety five you look at the rolling class freshman at UW Madison thirty four hundred and thirty seven came from Wisconsin seventeen hundred and thirty came from out of state so you had that that split we're there was a lot more in state students and again this year like I say out of seventy five hundred and fifty you've got thirty eight hundred that come from Wisconsin and almost the same number who come from out of state now why is this happening is it because the out of state students are so much more brilliant we're so much more better qualified than in state students well no it's it's not what's going on is out of state students pay almost three times as much intuition if you're in state student to take a normal course load for semester you pay fifty three hundred and sixty two Bucks all right then there there's fees on top of that but did you get the idea if you are a non resident you pay eighteen thousand eight hundred and ninety two dollars so more than three. times as much so what you have going on here and I don't think it's any secret you have the in state students because the tuition is lower all right there they're not getting the spots and they're going to out of state students because the out of state students are paying more now it's true that on raw numbers yes you're you're admitting more in state students than ever before the ceiling is thirty six hundred this the floor is thirty six hundred that's what the region said this year they admitted almost thirty eight hundred but as a percentage it's dramatically shifted to the point that it's almost about fifty fifty our number four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talking text line look I understand again what's going on here it's it's a revenue decision we frozen the tuition for in state students and so it's a lot more profitable to take in out of state students okay that that's great but it's the university of Wisconsin at Madison all right is it really desirable to have fifty percent of the students be from out of state and should we be admitting out of state students I don't know at the expense of maybe in St students like your kid who perhaps is always wanted to go to UW Madison but now he can't get in in part because Hey you'd be paying less for one four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talk and text line again I also know that a lot of people who end up graduating from Madison they didn't necessarily go there the freshman year what happens is maybe they went to another you W. school and then transferred in after the first or second year after other people dropped out but now it's about fifty percent out of state students I believe it's because of money is that right four one four seven nine nine one six twenty second were. talking text line and if you have a child or grandchild or someone who recently went through this process and who got turned down at UW Madison maybe arguably in favor of I don't run out of state kid who's going to pay more all right does that strike you as being right we discuss in a moment if you're on the line please hold on this effect. you're.

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"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"uw madison" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The World Cup winning team started the day with a ticker tape parade up the canyon of heroes and were cheered all along the route mostly by young aspiring female soccer players I got to be so close to the parade was followed by a ceremony where they were given symbolic keys of the city Megan Rapinoe views the platform to talk about more than just soccer this is my charge to everyone we have to be better we have to love more pay less we got a listen more than talk less mer Rubin CBS news New York one person watching it all closely today rose Lovell's former coach at UW Madison Paula what can spoke with W. T. M. J. it's thrilling to watch and to know that rose who is a great person is going to be one of those role models is very exciting for me as a coach it's just an incredible experience well played at UW Madison from twenty thirteen to twenty sixteen but still days is getting to ride ready to rock at the drill square the festival kicking off tomorrow east Towne association director Emily McElwee on this year's unique entertainment incredible band coming right from Paris France the queue and the and they'll be performing on Friday July twelfth we also have backed the aide who is on the way shall be here on Friday July thirteenth with the well known strangers to steal days runs through the weekend at cathedral square park gruesome fate for a missing Texas man who is found to be eaten by his own dog fifty seven year old Freddie Mac was reported missing in may and bones found on his property were confirmed yesterday to be his Johnson County deputy Erin pet says two of Max eighteen dogs have been killed by the others the rest were seized thirteen of the sixteen still living animals were put down three were awarded to the shelter bonds are tested at the university of North Texas mac was described as a recluse he had a history of seizures but investigators say they may never truly know what happened to him Kristin Wiesel for CBS news Dallas WTMJ news.

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"uw madison" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"uw madison" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Part revealing. It's also kind of interesting. Wisconsin political story, you know, old Paul Sigua, the mayor of Madison he is running for reelection this sprig, despite the fact that Paul is now one hundred and thirty two years old. Some. This guy has gotten where he is by always being the most liberal person in the crowd. Radically UW Madison ran for the left from the left for mayor each time that he ran what's happened is the left has gotten even left ear, and he's now facing challenges from the left. I don't know whether or not he'll survivor now one of the things that has made sided such a political force at Madison is that. He's had the support of the business community the handful of moderates that are out. There has always been beloved by the left. He's ticked all of those boxes. But there are a bunch of candidates that are running against him this time around which leads us to this story hilarious as it is one of the candidates who are nounce that she was running against saga. And and got the support early odd of a number of influential liberals in Madison is a woman, she's African American her name is Taurean pedal way. She's the head of the Madison city diversity office. The deadline for filing. You're nominating. Petitions was yesterday. In Madison for mayor. You've got turn in two hundred signatures. I talk about this all the time at the simplest thing for a candidate to do is to get enough signatures on you're nominating. Petitions you get a bunch of people to support who are supporters for you. It's actually a great way to begin campaigning. Because you gotta go door to door face to face. It's a small number and people are always willing to side. I shouldn't say always. But usually it's not hard to get people to side. If you're any kind of person who has any commitment to the officer. Gotta get way more signatures than you need and people who are smarter politics understand that it's a good way to get out there and campaign in Madison a city of a couple hundred thousand two hundred is a miniscule number guess what? She came in with one hundred ninety eight of the two hundred. The Madison city clerk Erik Christiansen. Therefore, his doctor off the ballot. Remember, she's African American and she's the head of the city diversity department. What do you think her response to this? Is you can't think like liberals, you just can't you never right of these things. No idea whatever responses. It's racism. White supremacy Bs that's what she's call it quote. I'm told I can't run for mayor. Due to being short two signatures on the nomination sheets. I am reviewing them. Now. Always so white supremacy. BS no, I don't know who the Madison city clerk is. But I guarantee you that it's liberal because there's no way you can get that job unless you are a liberal. She doesn't come up with enough signatures that an avenue petitions to run for mayor in an extremely liberal city. And she says it's because the Madison establishment is the white supremacy. BS I guess if you're not white you don't have to turn in the correct number of signatures. What's this thing? Play itself out, especially if she tries to appeal the decision. If you only have one hundred ninety eight and you need two hundred. They're not gonna let you be on the ballot. Six zero four news talk eleven thirty WS. It's time for traffic ninety four.

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Foxconn announces $100 million gift to UW-Madison to establish new research enterprise

Steve Scaffidi

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Foxconn announces $100 million gift to UW-Madison to establish new research enterprise

"Region to be dealing with heavy rain today after more than a half foot of. Rain fell in some spots several, rows remain flooding, this morning including. In sock Ville highway thirty three also dealing with pavement failure according to the DOT and things. Could, get a little dicey. Again we have rain tonight we have more rain scheduled tomorrow night and

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Paul Manafort trial verdict: Reactions pour in

Jim Bohannon

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Paul Manafort trial verdict: Reactions pour in

"Is pouring into. The guilty verdicts in the Paul Manafort trial one local congressman, says it's a bad reflection on the president even though Paul manafort's. Legal problems do not appear to be directly tied to President. Trump US, congressman Mark Po-Chun can says it's not, a good look for the president there's another bit of. Bad news for the president when your campaign manager is involved with. This much going on there's clearly gonna be a some price to pay for the. President John Mercure WTMJ news WTMJ's Jeff Wagner is. A former prosecutor he. Says despite mistrials on ten counts for Manafort the. Guilty verdicts are enough, to celebrate. For the prosecution the fact of the matter is he's convicted of eight Celani counts he's looking at. It a long time at, one conviction is as good as eighteen so this is a huge win for, the prosecution no, question about it Manafort faces a maximum of eighty years in prison

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