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"valley brown" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:40 min | 6 months ago

"valley brown" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Continuing on for a few moments longer with Craig Gilbert. So, Craig, Um let's keep it on the biting trump race for just a beat longer tomorrow. What are the pre thinks the county's What are the areas that you will be watching? What are the areas that you would recommend? We watch and follow along too kind. And you know, to kind of read the tea leaves as it were. So we have this wrinkle in a system where you know Everywhere in Wisconsin, overwhelmingly reports their absentee ballot the same time as their election day vote. But out of you know the 1800 plus communities in the state. There's 39 that don't do that. They they have what's called Central County, and they they were. They count their FT about separately, which means they count them later. Which means they get tallied and reported later. That includes the city of Milwaukee and some other cities and together they about a quarter of the vote so They're going to come in a little later and you're going to want to be careful that those those communities Aaron 14 different counties, So you know you're going to be careful about some of the count of some of the trends we're looking at because There could be unreported votes and those boats are probably gonna skew Democratic. Partly because they include some democratic cities, but also because we know that Democrats were more likely to vote by mail. And Republicans. But this also includes the in person early so that the Republicans, which did a lot of that will be Republicans in that mix, too. So the first returns long way of saying are going to come in. You know some smaller counties and that are affected by the the you know, the central Count issue I talked about And they could be from anywhere in the state. But you know, we're going to know within a few hours whether Donald Trump is doing better or worse than he did in 2016. In many different parts of the state, and and I think you know his challenges. He's probably gonna need to do better in some places, even though it means improving on what was a pretty spectacular performance and parts of northern, central and western Wisconsin. Because he could lose ground. I mean, he could. His numbers could be You know worse in you know, in the city of Madison and Dane County, which is getting blue or all the time, and it's growing. His numbers could get worse in the wild county's Republican wild counties where he's been, you know he had vulnerability of the suburbs. So I think you need to do at least as well in the other outlying areas, and we're gonna find out pretty quickly. If that's the case. I mean, when you step back and bigger picture, obviously. You know, people know, I think that the key pieces to the puzzle of turnout in Milwaukee is a big, peaceful. That's the last thing we're gonna find out. Personally, You know, the Wow County, the Republican wild counties. Certainly again the size of the Democratic landslide coming out of Dade County is going to matter. Every vote matters so Hillary Clinton one thing County by more than Barack Obama ever did, even though she was doing much worse statewide. That's that that tells you what the direction that they in county has taken. And and then you know, the Fox Valley Green Bay that was Really a building block of Donald Trump's victory, Not just the rural counties of the small towns, but the Fox Valley Brown County out of Jamie County, You know, can he do that again? Will be a big Part of the answer tomorrow night. So will we know who has won Wisconsin By midnight, or might we be waiting in tow Wednesday for our state? We might not know who won. But we should have pre defect lose and and again, they may not be decisive clues. Maybe that We know again, like I said that in the places that have fully reported We'll get some trend lines and we'll be able to say Hey, Donald Trump is doing better. They did last time here. He's doing worse it last time there. If it's a big trends, then that that may tell us if he's doing a lot better than he did last time. In some of these places, he's doing considerably worse. And that would then we might have a pretty good idea, even without Getting all the absentee votes and but if it's close You know, it's really hard to know what that after the vote is going to look like me. But like I said, we know it's going to skew Democratic. A. We don't know how much and coming from some red places as well as some blue places. On the way out. Craig, I've got about a minute left, Max. Any other races in the state. I mean, we don't have anything on the Senate side. We don't obviously have a governor's race turned any other statewide races. Is Voss okay? Or what other races should we are intrigued by I mean, I don't You know, it would be a huge surprise of lost himself lost, but I think there's a general expectation of the Republicans are going to lose assembly seats again, Just like how many sort of like the Republicans Senate nationally, They're gonna lose seats, but it's just it's a question of how many, Um there's a limit to how many feet the Republican family could lose because She did draw the map, and it's a very favorable map for them. And so they have a built in advantages. I mean, you're asking Democrats will just have to, you know, win in a lot of districts where they're very disadvantaged. So how many? You know how many feet change hands in the assembly? You know, there's there's a couple of big state Senate races supper darlings race. Um and then you know, there's that big. I think those are the big items sides of the presidential, but it's one of those cycles where the presidential race really dominate, because there's no Senate race, either. No other statewide race. And he's got it all covered at whist Voter is the Twitter account for Craig Gilbert, political reporter. Washington Bureau chief for the Journal Sentinel in Js Online. Craig let you How much sleep do you get tonight? I mean, and then what does tomorrow look like for you tonight? I'm counting on getting you know, Tuesday night, so I'm going You know, I'm going to bank some sleep tonight and said, it's like Christmas and Super Bowl all wrapped up in the one A few more probably two holidays in there, right? Thanks, Craig. Enjoy it. All right, man. Thanks. Appreciate it. There's Craig Gilbert with the Journal Sentinel. One of the best follows at with voter on Twitter. As.

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"valley brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"valley brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And was one of two dozen faith leaders who gathered outside of city hall before going inside to raise the issue at the board of supervisors meeting we believe that if the damage is done to individual ought to a community ought to our house to a structure then there should be some repair advocates want the funds to go towards education and housing for black residents as well as the revitalization of the historically black Fillmore district supervisors Hillary ronin and valley brown say they support the reparations movement but have no plans to draft legislation for the California report im Kate wolf there are a lot of ads from personal injury lawyers and social media like this one my office is filing lawsuits on behalf of victims who took two five or T. many LGBT Q. and public health groups say these ads targeting some pharmaceutical companies that produce anti HIV medications are misleading now the groups have sent an open letter to Facebook demanding they be removed KQED is Rachel my row has more the ads argue medications like to what I can have serious side effects true but not for newer treatments and in the open letter fifty eight groups argue Facebook is ignoring their concerns that these ads put people's lives in imminent danger because they scare them away from meds that prevent HIV transmission there are many many many people who aren't on it it should be UC Santa Cruz social psychologist Philip hammock we have a moral obligation to ensure that the messaging about public health is not misleading in a statement Facebook counter the ads have quote not been rated false by third party fact checkers for the California report im me tomorrow support for the California report comes from Eric and Wendy Schmidt who's fun for strategic innovation supports transformative ideas that benefit humanity while protecting.

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"valley brown" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"valley brown" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Through sorties interview dolphins boyfriend and suspected murderer Clayton roads but declined to press charges protesters are calling on the San Francisco district attorney's office to conduct a more rigorous investigation into out of his death they're also calling for healing protection and an end to what they call racist disparities and resources allocated for the investigation and prosecution of crimes against indigenous women San Francisco supervisor valley brown was the sole county lawmaker to attend today's action and voice support for missing and murdered indigenous women it's been two weeks since the police killing of a northern Arapaho man in Riverton Wyoming and the native community there is looking for answers Savannah Mar reports thousands March down a busy street in river ten Saturday demanding answers about the death of Anderson antelope officials have released few details except to alleged antelope attacked an officer with a nice but I witnesses say no one was in danger when officers first approached antelope outside of a Walmart things escalated when an officer tried to physically move him this story sounds all too familiar to the family of another native man killed by police in twenty seventeen sacri bare heels how does one end up dead because they're considered a public nuisance by a business that's bare heels sister Adrienne tell apart she says her brother a citizen of the Rosebud Sioux tribe was having a mental health crisis when Omaha police detained him outside of a convenience store when you have a relative who suffers from mental illness the things that they do and how they carry on doesn't it seem strange at all and it's hard to understand how police men and women can't show that same compassion humanity antelopes family say he suffered from chronic alcoholism and was physically disabled and prone to bouts of confusion as a result dean wallowing bowl antelopes nephew says that people like his uncle are not safe in Riverton which borders the wind river reservation and while he waits for answers he's urging police to rethink the way they interact with people who are homeless mentally ill or both.

"valley brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"valley brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A trend that's happening Shelly Santana teaches business administration at the Harvard Business School she's been keeping an eye on this more businesses are looking at what their particular mix of payment is within their customer base in making a decision that they're going to go cashless and not accept cash at all it's a model that works for a lot of customers I love it because I hate cash I hate carrying cash like Alice in hamlet a customer at Colby I think I feel like this restaurant in the way that it's a liability and I don't want it on me so I really appreciate them just aligning with my preferred way to behave in restaurants in the LA area beginning to listen to customers like her not just independently owned the fresh casual chain tender greens when cashless last year throughout southern California but not everyone has a bank account or access to credit cards and there are many reasons some are homeless or low income others are undocumented immigrants and that bothers Rory manse as he waits for a slice of pizza at super fine yes I think it is a problem it does exclude a group of people and that is where some cities have stepped in to look at this cashless trend Philadelphia became the first major city to pass a ban on cash free businesses earlier this year and San Francisco's ban goes into effect later this fall valley brown sits on the San Francisco board of supervisors she led the effort to ban cash free businesses there when I started re looking into it I was like this doesn't seem fair it's it's discrimination and it's not equitable brown says she would like to see other cities in California follow San Francisco's lead like Los Angeles but as it stands now there is no official city policy.

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"valley brown" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"valley brown" Discussed on KCRW

"Pay pay pal Google pay so there there is a trend that's happening Shelly Santana teaches business administration at the Harvard Business School she's been keeping an eye on this more businesses are looking at what their particular mix of payment as within their customer base in making a decision that they're going to go cashless and not accept cash at all it's a model that works for a lot of customers I love it because I hate cash I hate carrying cash like Alison Hamlin a customer at Colby I think I feel like this restaurant in the way that it's a liability and I don't want it on me so I really appreciate them just aligning with my preferred way to behave in restaurants in the LA area beginning to listen to customers like her not just independently owned the fresh casual chain tender greens when cashless last year throughout southern California but not everyone has a bank account or access to credit cards and there are many reasons some are homeless or low income others are undocumented immigrants and that bothers Rory manse as he waits for a slice of pizza at super fine yes I think it is a problem it does exclude a group of people and that is where some cities have stepped in to look at this cashless trend Philadelphia became the first major city to pass a ban on cash free businesses earlier this year and San Francisco's ban goes into effect later this fall valley brown sits on the San Francisco board of supervisors she led the effort to ban cash free businesses there when I started really looking into it I was like this doesn't seem fair it's it's discrimination and it's not equitable brown says she would like to see other cities in California follow San Francisco's lead like Los Angeles but as it stands now there is no official city policy.

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"valley brown" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"valley brown" Discussed on KOMO

"Bag away or return it to the store for a refund listeria as a potentially fatal infection that can sick in newborns, the elderly and people with weakened immune systems. San Francisco is inching closer to becoming the first US city to ban e cigarettes. Supervisor valley Brown says it's an effort to curb teens from using tobacco for every adult. That uses e cigarettes to stop smoking, or cut back on their nicotine. Dozens of children's start the board of supervisors voted Tuesday to approve a proposal banning the sale of e cigs until the FDA reviews. The products for their public health impacts. It will need to pass the second reading before it can be put in place health. Update. Kristen marks NBC News Radio. Obesity. Rates are down for young kids whose parents are on food stamps ABC. Sherry preston. Researchers for the CDC studied obesity, among kids ages two to four who are enrolled in the supplemental nutrition program for women infants and children, also known as snap. They look at those are the BMI above the ninety fifth percentile and what they found was that obesity rates went down between twenty ten and twenty sixteen rates among kids who are overweight, but not necessarily obese also declined. Some doctors say this deserves further research since other studies have shown obesity rates going up in the same time period. Sherry Preston, ABC news. New global survey finds the people in the high income countries have the lowest confidence in vaccines. British researchers found that globally seventy nine percent of those survey degreed that vaccines are safe and ninety percent say their children have been vaccinated survey found that Bangladesh in Rwanda had the strongest confidence in vaccines. The reports single that Francis having the low. Levels of trust in vaccines. Just one in three people thinking they're safe. Seventy two percent of people in North America agree that vaccines are safe. Komo AAA traffic,.

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"valley brown" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"valley brown" Discussed on KOMO

"Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Now, your KOMO propel insurance money update on ABC news. Wall Street now, the head of the Fed's speaks the markets, listen to this time they liked what he had to say. The Dow closed up thirty eight points, the NASDAQ added thirty-three and the s&p rose nine for the session. Crude oil futures fell fourteen cents to close at fifty three dollars and seventy six cents a barrel. The vet is opting to leave interest rates alone, despite worries like the ongoing trade dispute between the US and China chaired your own pal saying, though that inflation should finish this year. Well below the two percent target in that makes it more likely policymakers could cut short term rates in the coming months. Daria Albinger, ABC news. A frozen spinach recall is underway in nearly twenty states due to listeria concerns sprouts, farmers market issued the recall for its sixteen ounce, bags of frozen leaf spinach, and frozen organic. Spinach, customers can either throw the bag away or return it to the store for a refund. Listeria as a potentially fatal infection that can sick newborns, the elderly and people with weakened immune systems. San Francisco is inching closer to becoming the first US city to ban e cigarettes. Supervisor valley Brown says it's an effort to curb teens from using tobacco for every adult. That uses e cigarettes to stop smoking, or cut back on their nicotine. Dozens of children, start the board of supervisors voted Tuesday to approve a proposal banning the sale of e cigs until the FDA reviews. The products for their public health impacts. It will need to pass the second reading before it can be put in place, health update. Kristen marks NBC News Radio. Obesity. Rates are down for young kids, whose parents are on food stamps. There's ABC Sherry Preston. Researchers for the CDC studied obesity, among kids ages two to four, who were enrolled in the supplemental nutrition program for women infants and children, also known as snap. They looked at those are the BMI above the ninety fifth percentile and what they found was that obesity rates went down between twenty ten and twenty sixteen rates among kids who are overweight, but not necessarily obese also declined. Some doctors say this deserves further research since other studies have shown obesity rates going up in the same time period. Sherry Preston, ABC news. New global survey finds that people in the high income countries have the lowest confidence in vaccines. British researchers found that globally seventy nine percent of those survey. Agreed that vaccines are safe and ninety percent say their children have been vaccinated survey found that Vangla Desch in Rwanda had the strongest confidence in vaccines. The reports single that Francis having the lower. Lowest levels of trust in vaccines. Just one in three people thinking they're safe. Seventy two percent of people in North America agree that vaccines are safe. Komo AAA traffic.

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"valley brown" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"valley brown" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The warning was issued in hopes of avoiding last year's overdoses about a dozen people were hospitalized after unknowingly consuming. Cannabis products laced with the synthetic opioid feno San Francisco supervisor valley Brown's product sold on the black market can be laced with all kinds of deadly substances. Police and paramedics plan to be there equipped with Narcan which can counteract opioid overdoses as. Descend on the Sharon meadows area of Golden Gate park, which is widely known as hippie hill. I'm Joe McConnell. The ACLU is calling on the democratic governor of New Mexico to take action after a vigilante group claim to be rounding up immigrants near the border. The move comes after an armed group named United constitutional patriots posted a video to social media this week that shows members falsely identifying themselves as border patrol agents and arresting a group of migrants, a New York City police officer shot by a suspect in Manhattan is out of the hospital. President Pat Lynch says the video shows the officer putting his life on the line. He was fired at by a suspect. You saw what he did. You saw what his partner did the danger that we're in and you saw police officers by the dozen still run into that parking lot putting themselves at risk officer. Justin Vartanian walked out of Mount Sinai hospital on his own power. Dozens of cops applauding suffo- county. Native was shot in the army and his partner. Chase this suspect into a parking lot near west one hundred eighty seven street. This was. Is in Washington heights, Thursday night, his partner fired back killing the suspect. Scott Pringle, NBC. News Radio New York. The Liberian president is working from his private residence after snakes were found in his office. The press secretary for George way says to black snakes were found in the foreign affairs ministry, building all staff have been informed to stay away. However way a former professional footballer plans to return to his office on Monday, whether or not the snakes are found.

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"valley brown" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"valley brown" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here's our top story. We're learning more about the Phoenix healthcare facility where a patient vegetative state gave birth after she was reportedly sexually assaulted a former caregiver of the victim tells ABC fifteen that hacienda healthcare, employee's should have done that she was pregnant because they were supposed to be checking on her regularly KTAR is also hearing from our local expert board-certified OBGYN when it comes to a woman in that vegetative state during pregnancy. Dr Greg marshawn gives it outside perspective as to what that woman in this kind of state would have experienced during an alleged sexual assault like this. When you don't have a functioning cerebral cortex, you just have a brain stamp, you're able to detect pain, but there's really no thinking going on or any understanding of what's going on. Dr marshawn compares it to bumping your d and you're sleeping the pain. But not being able to put together. What exactly was going on Saint Mary's? Food Bank has started shipping food boxes. The federal workers at the Grand Canyon new are going without paychecks during the partial federal government shutdown Jerry Brown from Saint Mary's says they sent about one hundred fifty emergency food boxes to northern Arizona last week and the ready to send more as needed a hundred and fifty boxes have pretty much been exhausted already, and we're just getting a handle on exactly how much we're going to need for the second load, especially if this shutdown continues in the next week says they're also expected to deal with federal workers having trouble making ends meet here in the valley. Brown says Saint Mary's needs donations of proteins peanut butter tuna if you can help out Jim cross KTAR news, Arizona State University. Presidential historian Brooks. Simpson says President Trump's use of a government shutdown to push us immigration policy is bringing American politics to a crisis point Simpson says the president has boxed himself into a corner compromises in any significant way on the issue of funding. For his border wall. It will be looked as a great setback. He needs a victory now Simpson says the president's behavior seems to be uncontrollable and Republican members of congress refused to step up against him. President Trump is going to give an Oval Office speech tonight on border security, followed by a democratic response..

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"valley brown" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"valley brown" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Great. I just want to point out that that I x, not in studio. I just heard him laughing. The bar is really low, and some of the shows are great, right Jane, the virgin. Great, crazy, ex girlfriend is great. I think it might be fun. This is based on a true story. Yes, it is based on a answer, yes is based on a real NFL player and his experiences. Thank you for mentioning that. So we'll see. I have absolutely no idea what to expect, but shows like this always have pilot Itis. So you have to kind of make a gamble with off the often. The pilot is made separately from the rest of the season. I mean, and it takes a while for them to decide they don't have to try so hard. What I would say about this. You know, people said Friday night lights isn't about football. This is about code switching. This is about the idea that you grow up in one culture, and then you have to learn how to operate at another. Now I love that idea and I love the performers, but it felt old school to me. It felt it felt like like a show you would do ten years ago. What I would say is there's a better show about that called America to me a docu series on stars that really shows like what kids of color deal with when they're in an environment where they're around middle class and upper class kids and outnumbered by white people. This show felt a little old school to me and I'm just hoping that they figure out a way to kinda modernize the issues that they're grappling with. So it doesn't feel so much like they're talking about a time that has kinda passed where kids today, you know, they're, they're conversations about racer beyond the conversations about racing class that they're having on this show. I agree with Eric that it feels a little old. So the next thing that we're going to talk about though is something that we really love, which is the part where we have a little pool and we guess which shows we think are going to have legs and last weather we think they're going to be good or not. It has nothing to do with enthusiasm. It's strictly cynical guessing, and it should be noted that are. The bar has gotten lower and lower each year. Now we are protecting survival instead of thrive. Well, and the unquestioned champion of this was tiny valley Brown who used to be on this with us. She's currently on sabbatical, but she picked scandal and all kinds of greats things when they were. She was really good at this. I on the other hand, picked the new partners on CBS which you will not remember ever existed, and Glenn picked the dinosaur show Nova. So we've had some ups and downs, but we're ready to have some ups. So we're gonna guess some shows that we think are guaranteed to stick around. Now, this has to be network or cable because streaming the same rules do not apply. Now, this is barring any kind of weird tweets from people who star in the show. That's my. If somebody something crazy, I can't control to like everything that goes onto our roof here at NPR HQ. It's barring news. All right. Glenn, what he picking, I have a winning strategy as you will see spoiler alert little bit later in the show, but it was between for me CBS's FBI or CBS's the code sense. A pattern could be the same show. We'll see. That's the thing. Weeknights are where hour, long dramas go to get fallen in front of by your aunt, Trish and uncle, Jeff. Maybe they don't program their DVR some selves. Maybe they wait for their cousin to come over and do that for them, but they are if it's Wednesday at nine o'clock there, they're on the couch in front of whatever the hell is on CBS. I was going to go with FBI, but it's so much in the news now that might get fed fatigue. The Cote has had a troubled development got rid of the male lead and also Mira Sorvino who's a co. She's out too. So I wasn't going to do that. But then I read the CBS description of the show the code in the code from CBS TV studios right there if they own it and they're airing it, that's that's a pretty good little niche there in the code from CBS TV studios..

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"valley brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"valley brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Wasn't a lighted no you couldn't talk it wasn't it, was I hit the points there was you know it was already something like in putting my speech together I knew what I wanted to say I knew the message that I wanted to get across and I. Just basically said what I, knew, I wanted to say and. I, got the message across and I actually did it, in, a, shorter time period. Than, I had, expected to with. My written. Prepared speed so no one, ever says boy. I wish they talked longer. Yes I think I think, people were happy that I Finished up in a timely, manner but I think I got my. Point across and I'm really just grateful for the day, the energy the love the excitement everything it just it felt so good to be out there and, it was just an incredible experience I met some of your family members I think your knees heavenly sister in. Her was that your your, sister's, daughter I think that was. My, sister's daughter heavenly yeah she was very excited yes I big decision made you announced yesterday appointing your former aide. Valley Brown to replace, you on the board of supervisors what were your considerations there so I had a lot of great people to choose from it was so hard and I wanted to make. Sure that when I, made that decision the community would be happy and so I call people all over the, district people who are not necessarily actively politically they're active in? Their respective communities there's a lot of folks in the inner sunset in coal valley in, the western, addition I, reached out, to a lot of the folks that I know people who. Are active in not active and just. Got their perspective of what they wanted. In a supervisor and in many instances what's. So interesting is they were consistent? In their like support valley Brown and. Mentioning. Her, or did you mentioned. Her I mentioned her to some people and some, people, I didn't and I mentioned like all the candidates and to some people and in most. Cases they were like oh yeah valley. Was the one who? Did you know they had some sort of example of what she did to help in whatever it is whether it. Was a pothole or a? Tree or beat officers or support or community meeting all these. Amazing examples because that's how that's how I got to know valley better is when she, worked for the district five..

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"valley brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"valley brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kamari Shapiro in Washington and Mary Louise Kelley in Helsinki this hour, a former US intelligence chief response to the extraordinary meeting between President Trump and Putin. We'll also hear from people in Finland about their fears of Russian aggression, even occupy feel. And since we're not like a part of NATO, I'm really afraid later a film competition celebrates a historic transition in Zimbabwe. Anytime society is able to reclaim one of feats rights. It's not a baby step. It owns a huge achievement. Now, the news. Geeky weedy news I'm Mina Kim, at that real judge has temporarily stopped all deportations of families separated at. The border he Kuwaitis John sepulveda's reports some families that. Have been reunified have also. Been deported meanwhile several immigration. Attorneys, tell cake That. Federal officers are pressuring their clients to sign forms agreeing to deportation in exchange for being reunified. With their children federal judge Dana Sabrina says he wants to look at this issue and has halted deportations until he can hold, a hearing the government has agreed to the temporary halt and asked the judge for seven days to. Respond the scheduling of this hearing will come, just three days before some twenty five hundred children are to be reunified with their parents which means the government will only have three days to incorporate the judge's ruling into its reunification plants I'm John Sepulvado take you e. news mayor London breed has appointed, her former aide valley Brown to, fill her vacant seat on the, San Francisco. Board of supervisors today at a park in Hayes valley Brown told. The crowd that she knows what it's like to worry about making rent or getting addicted keeping people. Housed in the neighborhood stay love and creating more housing affordable housing it's going to..

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"valley brown" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"valley brown" Discussed on KGO 810

"And when news happens. We're talking about why considered them to be activist judges who want to reinterpret and if we have. All these young justices that we are changing the supreme court for forty years so picture somewhere between eighty to. A hundred police vehicles I'm sure there's bomb and swat units there and taking your Addressing the problems Legal immigration This is k. g., o. eight ten Jio Good. Afternoon I'm Nikki medoro former FBI. Director James Comey is denouncing president Donald Trump's handling of Ladimir Putin at a summit in Helsinki me tweets that Trump's did on foreign soil next to Putin and refused to back his own. Country Komi calls Putin a murderous lying thug Uber reportedly is under federal investigation for allegedly setting up a pay scale the discriminated against women working. For the ride hailing service the Wall Street Journal reports investigators have been interviewing former and current Uber employees as well. As taking documents from its executives San Francisco Maryland and breed has appointed her replacement. On the, board of supervisors breed name valley Brown to serve district five she currently works to develop affordable housing for the office of. Economic and workforce. Development and. A popular mural of musician Carlos. Santana in San Francisco's mission district has been repainted after it was vandalized artists Milwaukee says he doesn't understand why someone poured white paint on the artwork police are still trying to find the. Person who did it I'm Nikki medoro Good afternoon I'm Pat. Thurston, with John graffman. We're, in for chip Franklin. Today and we're talking about the Helsinki summit but mostly we're talking about. The press conference that took place afterwards with Putin and. With Trump Donald Trump humiliated the United States of America he did not defend the United States of America instead he sided, with Ladimir, Putin the GRU and the KGB over our own intelligence agencies including the people that he has appointed in intelligence. Should we go to the phones John I think that'd be a great idea all right eight hundred eighty eight ten. Is the telephone number we want to know your position on this your response to. What you've, heard from that press conference and we start with Ken who's calling from San Carlos high Ken welcome to Keiji oh you're. On the air Hey. Thanks for taking my call you bet listening to you, guys assessment on listening to what Trump actually said, I would label this is another? Piece? Of Trump Grazyna disorder I think he. Does a, way out of proportion. You think thinks that you. Think that every American intelligence agency and it's. Heads and the Justice department of the United States that. Has issued an indictment dealing with twelve Russian operatives who tried. To, interfere with the. Election, you think they're wrong Okay first of all an indictment. Is not a conviction You think that the. Conclusions offered by all of America's intelligence agencies are wrong and do, you believe, that an indictment issued by the. Justice department naming names giving dates going into great detail the all of that is is well which I think this is solely. For the purpose of this crediting Trump and de legitimizing the vote of American people does Donald Trump bear any responsibility based on the press conference today, for the fact that he is being. Challenged. By Democrats Republicans, liberals conservatives and even Fox News.

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"valley brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"valley brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To prepare arguments meanwhile two children ages nine. And fourteen or being reunited with their parents today in advance of the deadline later this month last week a federal, judge in Connecticut, rule, the separation unconstitutional Davis Donovan of member station w. s. h. u. has details the children have been staying in a group home in Connecticut their parents. Watch the federal court hearing last week through teleconference link from a detention center. In Texas a child psychiatrist diagnosed the children with post traumatic stress disorder US Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut blame the Trump administration the department of Justice's cruel and inhumane. Policy of separating children from their parents has meant that these two children in. Connecticut have, endured unimaginable. Trauma and, tragedy in their lives a US attorney says the parents are being paroled from federal custody and reunited with their children immediately for NPR news I'm Davis Donovan. In Connecticut This is NPR news from k. q.. E., d. news I'm Brian watt San Francisco mayor London breed last hour announced she's appointed valley Brown to. Serve on the board of, supervisors seat that breed vacated in. Order to, become mayor Brown will become supervisor for district five which represents the. More Japan town in the inner sunset among other neighborhoods she's. Worked at the city's office of economic and workforce development was previously in aid to breed and before. That two former supervisor Ross MIR Karimi Brown's appointment lasts until. The next scheduled election for the district five seat in, November of two thousand nineteen man accused of raping four women in separate attacks by posing as a driver for a ride hailing app is expected to be arraigned in San. Francisco court this week he QE dis Alex Emslie reports police connected Orlando Vilchez Lonzo to four assaults one in two. Thousand thirteen and three this This. Year through DNA, evidence the suspect, of, the rideshare rapist would drive around bars and pick up women, who were waiting for. A ride they'd hailed using an app but he wasn't. There driver SF, PD commander Greg, McCarron is hard to say what was in the mind of an individual like this but the fact that he is committed these four rapes over five years led us to believe, that he was a very dangerous person who wasn't going. To stop until, we come McCarron said investigators staked out bars in the Soma area of San Francisco and saw. Driver acting a lot like the women have described their attacker police pulled Bill Chaz Laszlo over and somehow obtained a sample of his DNA they say it matched, the most recent rape and arrested him I'm Alex Emslie k..

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"valley brown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"valley brown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"valley brown" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"valley brown" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The center for a new american security today held a discussion looking at the risks and benefits of emerging military technologies former navy secretary richard danza outlining his new report comparing technology developments efforts and of the us and also far military's and the panel included former joint jesus staff vice chair general james cartwright and several military technology experts in all this runs an hour welcome everyone thanks for coming here today i'm paul shari director of the technology national security program here at the center for new american security i am very pleased today to announce the launch of a new report by the animal richard dancing talking about how we think about technology risk secretary days it has been a thought leader on emerging technologies for a long time and avert cited that this new report of a very valuable contribution to how we think about risk for emerging technologies in the national security space wherever interesting time where a number of countries have stated their clear desire to move out aggressively in artificial intelligence among other technologies last year china released a new national strategy for artificial intelligence and the united states has made it a centerpiece of its attempts to regain and and reinvigorate us military technological superiority so we have a great lineup of speakers today i'm just going to give brief briefly mention them you've got their full bios in her hand out there but we have sitting next to dancing jeff also from iota dr valley browning from dark loan and general james cartwright former vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff so sure we're gonna have a great.

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"valley brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"valley brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"His head after he placed a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns at arlington national cemetery he made remarks at a ceremony honoring the nation's war dead saying we pay tribute to their service we moored along side their families and we tried to be worthy of their sacrifice the grief renewed the memories relived those last beautiful moments together the president said the lives and deeds of america's greatest heroes will never be forgotten lisa thanks rachel there was an earlier cemetery at world war two memorial and another this hour at the vietnam wall for one historic city in maryland it's a day of the damage assessments after devastating floods yesterday fox's grenell scott has this live ellicott city two years ago saw flash flooding similar to this was early this morning when witnesses say raging brown water tower through town howard county executive alan kittelmann says safety will be the priority before any cleanup again some residences that are farther west of here that have no foundation whatsoever we can't let those people go back in their homes and as we know it safe for them one person and national guardsmen remains missing that authorities know of governor larry hogan has declared a state of emergency promising all the assistance the state can get fleas meantime cornell sub tropical storm alberto heading for the central gulf coast and florida panhandle this memorial day is not a beach day says bay county sheriff tommy ford people go in the water that could be legal consequences if they go in the water because they're very dangerous circassians landfall is expected later today and then albert will continue heading north of the ohio river valley brown in miami some areas could get over a half foot of rain fox news fair and balanced wabc mobile news on the level on the go why he says he did what he did it's a hot one today sunny and ninetythree downtown i'm kirk darling here's what's trending at one zero to jason semen was the teacher who tackled the student who opened fire with two guns in his classroom at noblesville west middle school friday he was shot three times and is going to be okay but he says he's keeping thirteen year old ella whistler who was also wounded in his thoughts can't say enough how proud.

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