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"vera rivard" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"vera rivard" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"That's r A D I 0 to 64,000. A warning from an automaker about a defect that could cause cars to catch fire now recalls set for both Kia and Hyundai in October. Hyundai now telling customers to keep their recalled cars parked outside until repairs can be made on a defect that could cause engines to catch fire. Hyundai and its affiliate Kia announced the recall on 600,000 vehicles because of a brake fluid leak that could cause those fires. It affects the Santa Fe SUVs, model years 2013 to 2015 and Kiss Charenton SUV's from 2014 to 2015. Hyundai reported 15 engine fires. Kia 800 initially said it was safe to park those cars indoors before warning customers not to Kia has not recommended customers Park outside Light, Always ABC News The cemetery were Confederate General Stonewall Jackson is buried, has been renamed the City Council in Lexington, Virginia, voting unanimously this past week to change that name of Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery. Oh Grove Cemetery. A team swimmer from New Hampshire is the latest person to successfully swim across the English Channel. 16 year old Vera Rivard says she encountered what she described as Roli Poli waves all during that 14 hour 33 Mile Trek. The team, though, says she doesn't mind and actually gets a little bit happier when those waves there, choppy here, his mom and her younger sister followed her on a pilot boat while she swam the channel. This is ABC News. Balance of nature changing the world. One life at a time. Take sometime. It's a great product. Absolute great partners really feel the difference. Energy level of really never gets sick people around me that a cold or a flu nothing. Absolutely nothing. You can say good things about.

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"vera rivard" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"vera rivard" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"To speak a new language, but thought it would be too difficult. Then try battle battle starts by teaching your words and phrases that gradually get more complex. Soon. Your practicing short conversations. So in 15 minutes a day, you'll be speaking a new language in a few weeks battle is built around real life. It teaches you practical conversations that you will actually use babble language for life. Now try babble for free. Just text radio to 64,000. That's far a D I 0 to 64,000. A warning from an automaker about a defect that could cause cars to catch fire now recalls set for both Kia and Hyundai in October. Hyundai now telling customers to keep their recalled cars parked outside until repairs can be made on a defect that could cause engines to catch fire. Hyundai and its affiliate Kia announced the recall on 600,000 vehicles because of a brake fluid leak that could cause those fires. It affects the Santa Fe SUVs, model years 2013 to 2015 and kids Surrender SUV's from 2014 to 2050. Hyundai reported 15 engine fires. Kia 800 initially said it was safe to park those cars indoors before warning customers not to Kia has not recommended customers Park outside Light, Always ABC News. The cemetery where Confederate General Stonewall Jackson is buried, has been renamed the City Council in Lexington, Virginia, voting unanimously this past week to change that name of Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery. Oh Grove Cemetery. A team swimmer from New Hampshire is the latest person to successfully swim across the English Channel. 16 year old Vera Rivard says she encountered what she described as Roli Poli waves all during that 14 hour 33 Mile Trek. A team, though, says she doesn't mind and actually gets a little bit happier when those waves or choppy here, his mom and her younger sister followed her on a pilot boat while she swam the channel. This is ABC News. Balance of nature changing the world one life at a time to take it sometime. It's a great product. Absolute great. Parker's really feel the difference. Energy level of really never gets sick people around me that a cold or a flu nothing, absolutely nothing. I can't say good things about balance of nature is now offering 35% off on any new preferred order. Go to balance of nature dot com today and use discount code fruits. Michelle Franzen, ABC News Kim Commando right.

"vera rivard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"vera rivard" Discussed on KOMO

"That's r A D I 0 to 64,000. A warning from an automaker about a defect that could cause cars to catch fire now recalls set for both Kia and Hyundai in October. Hyundai now telling customers to keep their recalled cars parked outside until repairs can be made on a defect that could cause engines to catch fire. Hyundai and its affiliate Kia announced the recall on 600,000 vehicles because of a brake fluid leak that could cause those fires. It affects the Santa Fe SUVs, model years 2013 to 2015 and kids Surrender SUV's from 2014 to 2015. Hyundai reported 15 engine fires. Kia 800 initially said it was safe to park those cars indoors before warning customers not to Kia has not recommended customers Park outside line Always ABC News The cemetery were Confederate General Stonewall Jackson is buried, has been renamed the City Council in Lexington, Virginia, voting unanimously this past week to change that name of Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery. Toe Oak Grove Cemetery. A team swimmer from New Hampshire is the latest person to successfully swim across the English Channel. 16 year old Vera Rivard says she encountered what she described as Roli Poli waves all during that 14 hour 33 Mile Trek. A team, though, says she doesn't mind and actually gets a little bit happier when those waves or choppy. Vera's mom and her younger sister followed her on a pilot boat while she swam the channel. This is ABC News..

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"vera rivard" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"vera rivard" Discussed on KGO 810

"Speak a new language, but thought it would be too difficult. Then try battle battle starts by teaching your words and phrases that gradually get more complex. Soon. Your practicing short conversations. So in 15 minutes a day, you'll be speaking a new language in a few weeks battle is built around real life. It teaches you practical conversations that you will actually use babble language for life. Now try babble for free. Just text radio to 64,000. That's r A D I 0 to 64,000. A warning from an automaker about a defect that could cause cars to catch fire now recalls set for both Kia and Hyundai in October. Hyundai now telling customers to keep their recalled cars parked outside until repairs can be made on a defect that could cause engines to catch fire Monday and its affiliate Kia announced the recall on 600,000 vehicles because of a brake fluid leak that could cause those fires. It affects the Santa Fe SUVs, model years 2013 to 2015 and Kiss Charenton SUV's from 2014 to 2015. Hyundai reported 15 engine fires. Kia 800 initially said it was safe to park those cars indoors before warning customers not to Kia has not recommended customers Park outside Light, Always ABC News The cemetery were Confederate General Stonewall Jackson is buried, has been renamed the City Council in Lexington, Virginia, voting unanimously this past week to change that name of Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery. Oh Grove Cemetery. A team swimmer from New Hampshire is the latest person to successfully swim across the English Channel. 16 year old Vera Rivard says she encountered what she described as Roli Poli waves all during that 14 hour 33 Mile Trek. A team, though, says she doesn't mind and actually gets a little bit happier when those waves or choppy here, his mom and her younger sister followed her on a pilot boat while she swam the channel. This is ABC News. Balance of nature changing the world one life at a time to take it sometime. It's a great product that absolute great partners really feel the difference. Energy level of really never gets sick people around me that a cold or a flu nothing, absolutely nothing..

"vera rivard" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"vera rivard" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"809 39 14 41 809 39 14 41 899 14 41 A report on jobs last month shows encouraging numbers. The August jobless rate fell to 8.4% after being more than 10% in July. CFR research chief investment strategist Sam Stovall says that was a pleasant surprise expectations were for the unemployment rate to be in the middle 9% area. Stovall believes the academy is on the upswing. Our expectation is that it'll recover. By almost 33% in the third quarter and then continue to rise 6% in the fourth quarter and more than 5% for all of 2021 Stovall thinks jobs reports in coming months will be similar to this one, with drops in both the unemployment rate and the number of new jobs created. Mike happen. Washington The U. S nuclear watchdog says Iran continues to increase its stockpile of enriched uranium in violation of limitations set in a landmark 2015 deal. I made Donahue AP News Who will be monitoring the presidential debates. The upcoming debates between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden figure to be a bruising heavyweight battle. And like any other battle, you're gonna need a referee in there. The commission on Presidential Debates has named that third person in the rhetorical ring. Chris Wallace of Fox News will do the first one set for September. 29th in Cleveland. The October 15th debate is a town hall format. Steve Sculley of C SPAN will handle that. And NBC's Kirsten well You will do the October 22nd clash in Nashville. Oscar Wills Gabriel Washington, a 16 year old from New Hampshire has successfully swim across the English Channel. Completing a 33 mile swim by reaching a sandy beach in France after darkness fell. Swim, took Vera Rivard of Springfield more than 14 hours. She's the second American to cross the channel this year. Morally stories at townhall dot com. On John Scott. The Jared Gillian show, making the best of your.

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Teen Swims Across English Channel

Dave Ramsey

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Teen Swims Across English Channel

"Washington, a 16 year old from New Hampshire has successfully swim across the English Channel. Completing a 33 mile swim by reaching a sandy beach in France after darkness fell. Swim, took Vera Rivard of Springfield more than 14 hours. She's the second American to cross the channel

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"vera rivard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"vera rivard" Discussed on KOMO

"Plenty of sunshine and it's 67 degrees at 9 55 study just out from financial site. Smart asset, says Seattle has the night the most burned out workers in the country. In 2019, the Bureau of Labor Statistics found more than 10. Million Americans work at least 60 hours per week with pandemic induced or work from home the lines between on and off the clock. Have gotten even more blurred. The most burned out workers are in Aurora, Colorado, followed by San Francisco, Jersey City, Miami and Washington. D C. Almost honey money, no smart asset looked at things like average number of weeks work per year. Commute length in housing costs to come up with that list, a 16 year old from New Hampshire, the latest person to successfully cross the English Channel Vera Rivard of Springfield cross the waterway Tuesday, leaving Dover in the UK at 9 30 in the morning, making it to the beach near Calais, France Around midnight. Rivard said that she encountered what she described as a roly Poley system of waves during the 33 mile track as her mom and younger sister followed her in a pilot boat. She says she didn't mind the waves and says she tends to get a little happier when the waves get a little choppy and she gets a little spark in her eye when the sea gets to rollicking, she said. One time 9 56 Thai for LIFEBEAT with COMAS Marina Rockets As we all feel the emotional strain of the Corona virus pandemic, a new study finds men in particular are stressed results of a survey by the Cleveland Clinic find 77% of men say they have been negatively impacted by the pandemic. Men's health expert, Dr Frank Jobe. New car wants men to know they are not alone admit that you're having struggles either to your loved ones or close friends and finding people that you can share some of these dresses with is going to be important about 59% of men say they feel isolated about a quarter surveyed say they have reported weight gain and don't feel well. You're going to find people responding and what we would consider unreasonable ways where everybody's shaking their heads saying what's going on with people? Well, they render pig stress on the flip side 45. Sent say the pandemic has actually improved. Their health of them have actually been able to make the lemonade out of lemons. They're finding ways to exercise and relieve some of that stress. Dr. Jeff Nick are encourages people to reach out get help, and no, it will get better. For LIFEBEAT I'm Arena Rock. Inger come on. 76%.

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"vera rivard" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"vera rivard" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Trump did call McCain a loser in an interview, and he did Retweet an article of himself, calling McCain a loser. All male voting is starting in the presidential election as North Carolina begins to send out about 600,000 ballots to voters who have requested them. Those Voters are overwhelmingly Democrats and independents, reflecting on partisan split in voting methods that's developed since the president started attacking mail voting in March. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany pushing back at ABC is Jonathan Karl when he pressed her on the president's suggestion that a supporter should act in a manner consistent with voter fraud during the 2020 election. Here is the White House press secretary Katie McEnaney. This's why five states in this country do not count any mail in votes until election Day, so those votes counted. So there's no way to know whether or not there is a very simple answer. And this is how it works. First. A lot of states have what are called Elektronik pull books and what this means is that in real time, this is updated. So if your vote is counted, they checked the Elektronik Pole book and you will not be able to vote in person. Because your vote has been counted. There's a secondary situation, so those who do not have electronic poll books Every single state in the country. You can cast a provisional ballots and that is a ballot that is there and if you're there, your vote that you have not mailed in is not counted. They will then count the provisional valid and that is exactly what the president Referring to But what Democrats are doing is saying this. We want an entire new system for voting one subject to fraud. Don't take it for me. Take it from Jimmy Carter, who said in 2005 as part of a bipartisan commission. Absentee ballots remained the largest source of potential voter fraud. Democrats well ahead of Republicans and requesting mail in ballots in several states that may give them a slight edge in the campaign, but doesn't reflect any inevitable success Election night there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud. With just two months until the US election. Facebook says it's taking additional steps to encourage voting, minimize misinformation and reduce the likelihood of post election civil unrest at the company says it will restrict new political ads in the week before the election and removed post that convey misinformation about covert 19 and voting. However early Facebook investor and now Facebook critic Roger McNamee says it is too late. The damage is done. He's definitely too little too late, and the issues that we're dealing with here. I think it's very simple, which is Facebook's announcement is a recognition that they played an outsized role. Undermining our democratic process is the problem with this Is there the way Zuk framed the solution? It's not just too little too late. It's really a solution designed Wilkie's people who are not looking closely what the problem is, if we think about Facebook, basically you're looking for absolution, as opposed to solving the systemic problems that need to this and what worries me. Today is much less about political advertising on Facebook, and it is about The denial of Cove it which is undermined our pandemic response is the organization ofthe queue and on groups privately the merger of those into the real world. Forming militias, which are occupying portions of Portland and Kenosha. There's so many bad things going on Facebook right now that contribute to undermining democracy that this little thing is just essentially focused on sidelines. I'll. Facebook and other social media companies are being scrutinized over how they handle misinformation, given problems with posting false information and, of course, Russia's interference in the 2016 elections. Environmental Protection Agency chief Andrew Wheeler's as a second Trump administration term would bring more focus on pollution cleanups and less on climate change A wheeler defending the administration's environmental record Thursday In a speech Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the founding, He spoke at the Richard Nixon Library in Yorba Linda. A Nixon established the agency in 1970 Wheelers have the EPA has made the air and water cleaner but had lost sight of its core mission. A former administrator, Gina McCarthy, says that Trump's team has turned the EPA into an agency tow. Protect polluters, a 16 year old from New Hampshire, the latest person to successfully cross the English Channel Vera Rivard of Springfield, crossing the waterway on Tuesday, leaving Dover in the UK at 9:30 A.m., making it to the beach. Near France around midnight, Rivard said, Uh, she encountered what she described as a roly Poley waves during the 33 mile track as her mom and younger sister followed her in the pilot boat. But she said she didn't mind the waves, Rivard says she tends to get a little happier When the waves get a little choppy. She gets a little spark in her eye. When this he gets the rollicking could you do it? Could you do it? What's the farthest you've even a swam before? I used to swim my ass. When I cannot count the I don't know how it's just put it like that. A lot of swimming in my life. Let's put it like that, But, uh, at one time, I I don't know. I don't know. Take us with you. Wherever you go Download the tox dream Life Free Mobile app Reach out to yours truly anytime on social Media, Twitter.

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"vera rivard" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"vera rivard" Discussed on WTVN

"Fire storm of criticism of the administration's efforts to strip federal funding from cities, the president says, allow what he calls lawless protests. New York City is one of those cities and Mayor Bill de Blasio's says. See you in court. Again. The Supreme Court has spoken. President states can't interfere with federal funding for cities states just cause he feels like we have laws in this country at the White House spokeswoman Kayleigh Mcenany. What we will do will be lawful within the bounds of the law, and we encourage States Toe act in cities to act in the way that Kenosha in Minneapolis did, although being delayed Um a little bit there. They finally stepped up and asked for federal support and they got it. Bipartisan group of Senators sent a letter to Defence secretary Mark Esper, pressuring him to keep funding Stars and stripes. Esper had proposed pulling funding for the paper earlier this year, saying the money should be reallocate it to other areas under his planet, would cease publication at the end of the month. Senators, arguing the $15 million budget for Stars and Stripes is only a tiny fraction of the Defense Department spending, adding It's an essential source of information for military families. ABC is Elizabeth shows Ian Washington word from across the Atlantic that 16 year old Vera Rivard of Springfield, New Hampshire, successfully swam Across the English Channel, All 33 miles she left from Dover and reached a beach near Calais 14. Hours later, Second American across the channel this year. This is ABC News. It's Trump versus Biden and the swing states like Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin and others will decide tonight.

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"vera rivard" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"vera rivard" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Joe Biden visiting Kenosha, Wisconsin, two days after President Trump, the Democratic presidential nominee, met the family of Jacob Blake and spoke with Blake by phone. He talked about how Nothing was going to defeat him. Now where they walk together or not, he was not going to give up. 29 year old black man was shot in the back seven times by a police officer. President Trump Rallying supporters at an airport hangar in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Tonight, the mayor of Rochester, New York, calling on the state's attorney general to complete an investigation into the march death of a mentally ill black man in police custody. I believe Dead of Daniel Food. Was white. All of those systems. Wouldn't that have failed him? Mayor, Lovely Warren, also suspending the officers accused of putting a spit hood over proves head and then pressing his face into the pavement for two minutes. This is ABC News. It's been a week since Hurricane Laura struck Texas and Louisiana and still, tens of thousands are without power. Hundreds of homeowners registering for Operation Blue Roof, which provides blue tarps for damaged homes. Those will go up this weekend. Stars and Stripes Military newspaper has lost funding. In a letter to defence Secretary Mark Esper, 15 Republican and Democratic senators urged the Pentagon to reinstate funding for the independent Stars and Stripes newspaper. Jasper had proposed pulling funding for the paper earlier this year, saying the money should be re allocated to other areas under his planet would cease publication at the end of the month. Senators, arguing the $15 million budget for Stars and Stripes is only a tiny fraction of the Defense Department spending, adding It's an essential source of information for military families. Eliza Bischel Z. ABC NEWS Washington A 16 year old from New Hampshire has successfully swam the English Channel, completing a 33 miles swim. She called an adventure. It took Vera Rivard about 14 hours to make the trip from England to France, and he failed ABC News message and data rates may apply. Have you.

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"vera rivard" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"vera rivard" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Major update just announced by Facebook when it comes to political advertising and the presidential election, W. B C's Jim McKay is watching and joins us Now live from our gym and good morning there, jefe ya an interesting development Here is Facebook is announcing they will now Bhanu political ads from appearing on their social media platform in the week before the presidential election. They will still be allowing political ads committed more than a week before the election to run. This is all in an effort to stomp out any disinformation and any potential foreign meddling before the presidential election on November 3rd. They're also labeling any post from a candidate. Attempting to declare victory before the final results are in from major news agencies. So those labels that you see on some of the post they'll be seeing those as well. If there's any candidate trying to get out in front of the news when it comes to declaring a victory. Now, this is the first attempt from Mark Zuckerberg, he has taken to limit political advertising in any way, shape or form. He has been adamant about allowing political ads for his other platforms, like Twitter and Pinterest have Put an outright ban on political ads altogether. Jeff Jimson social Media is looking like it's taken a stand. Thank you very much. An assisted living facility in Mission Hill neighborhood of Boston has lost its certification after state inspectors find patients with dementia. Locked in their rooms and proclaim an unsafe environment. That story in the globe This morning video shows a wall of water busting through doors at Norwood Hospital during a catastrophic rainstorm in June, which forced the hospital to evacuate its patients and shutdown. Repairs are still under way. And the New Hampshire teenager swims the English Channel. 16 year old Vera Rivard took 14 hours to cross the 21 mile span. Mork Ove it concerns hit the town of Chatham, four workers said an iconic restaurant test positive for Corona virus. The Chatham Squire closes its doors temporarily to allow for a deep cleaning of the building. The infection's come just after a month after at least 10 people tested positive for Covad while attending a party thrown from mostly restaurant workers in Chatham. Maybe a few rounds of golf for you this upcoming holiday weekend. Well, you're not gonna have the kind around. This guy had tearing it up in the Merrimack Valley. W. B C's Drew Holland's with details standing on the first tee at Bradford Country Club in Haven Where Nick Macario shot a 56 last week, a record sort of round shot 78 under a couple of times there, But this was obviously a little bit different. That's 15 under par. You know, after the front nine, I was pretty much tied up the course record at that point being eight under. Makarios describes himself as a sort of amateur pro admitting he kind of made up that name. But anybody who plays the game of golf knows that when you have been a great round, you've got to give credit to the people you're playing with Nick Antonella, who I played with whose approach shot 60 for last eight. Hey, was like what's the second lowest round when someone breaks 60? He's like 64 has to.

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