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"western lake" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

05:54 min | 10 months ago

"western lake" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Featuring different signs and like the actress that's playing the different signs may areas was really off. I do remember that. There's some things that i don't know if they just didn't the film makers didn't know or or again. There may have been some things that happened in editing again. When were cutting down like three and a half hour film but also wondered if there weren't any that were different things like east and west and terms of east and west conceptualization of the zodiac signs. If there are any ones that would have been more obvious like an indian astrologer versus western astrologer accept. So many of the town seemed to be very textbooks similar to what western astrologer what western lake. Cliches are about certain sizes. Well exactly and then you know. They're not there's a lot of overlap even if there are some differences as well and how the signs are conceptualized sedan really tropical. I mean it is true. That areas tragically. We would potentially be pisces scenario. But i really don't know if it was that deep. I think they just didn't do a good job with aries was restrictions trying to pretend to be something that she wasn't i think was the of like meek and kind of like nerdy thread. She wasn't very marzi at all. Yeah was a little weird. And then the one that was more aggressive was like they made libro be like a businesswoman. That was like a very assertive in high-powered and was like getting him to like saint contract from the marriage like a contract early on and they did a musical interlude about him controlling and like dominating 'em if they were in a relationship which is interesting and wondered it's like i didn't know if they're taking certain things theoretically from the signs or if they're also trying to take certain things as if it was thought to be like the rising sign and one other indications i would have or something like that. Yeah i don't think it went that far be my guess. I don't know of course. And then capricorn is more like beleaguered rather that of family tradition rather than you would think that the lieber depiction would be mortgage stereotypically. Like the capricorn. Yeah i don't know as we but people should check it out and let us know if they noticed anything interesting about each of the signs. Or what's the motivations. Were for some of those that we overlooked or or that might be unique to indian astrology particular. Yeah all right So that is what's your rashi. Which like you said his net flicks and possibly other places people can check that out What was our last year lost. One very last one is returning of the match. I okay so returned to the match. I was like Docudrama that came out in two thousand eight by an astrologer named kelly lee phipps that we knew who sadly passed away several years ago and It was made in the was made in two thousand came out eventually in two thousand eight. He was actually filming it over the course of a few years because i remember new kelly remember running into him and he was like interviewing tons of astrologers for this documentary over the course of a few years. New go to conferences and just do tons of interviews like back to back to back But it was like his first film. You'd never done a film before. And he raised the money for it and he was donated some money for it. I know he had one client. Who gave roma track for this for something crazy. Like twenty thousand dollars or something like that to buy a bunch of the equipment and the camera and other things he needed to like. Make this vision project that he had about doing. Just a documentary about astrology where he She interviewed a bunch of astrologers of the time but also they had this like dramatic component to it which ended up being a little bit more of the part that didn't go as well Where it was kind of imitating the style of a movie that was super popular in the mid two thousand. Which is what the bleep do. We know which was like a movie about metaphysical stuff where like interviewed differen- scientists or metaphysical people that were expressing views about metaphysics or spirituality or philosophy things of a more almost like new age band. But then it was interspersed with this dramatic component that was telling a narrative about like a central character that like drove the plot and added like some transition points into the different topics of the you mentally drama so kelly tried to imitate that into a version of that for astrology because basically for years astrologers have always like why. Isn't there good movie or a documentary about astrology that talks about really shows what the astrological communities about in a way that's positive and more accurate reflection of what astrologers actually do and think and believe And for a long time there hasn't been in anonymously there still isn't and it seems like that project itself often runs into weird problems. Like roadblocks That at different points of made me despair about whether that's ever gonna happen for anyone's ever going to get it together to do a project like that successfully in a way that it would need to be done So kelly kind of took it upon himself to do that But it was his first film and he was very much when you're watching it. He was learning as he went. And you can kind of see the process of that learning and eventually what happened is he approached when i was the president of the association for astrologers approached us on our board to help him Premiere the film at the united astrology conference in two thousand eight which is in may of two thousand eight and denver and we got together with him and did that and we host too big in front of in this huge auditorium in downtown denver in front of like two thousand astrologers But.

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"western lake" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"western lake" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"With no King, Queen or Jack Breathe. Indy Milling describes herself as a Dutch card fan. She says she was explaining a game to her cousin's last summer when she asked herself why a king should be worth more than a queen. The forensic psychology graduate says the subtle inequality of the face cards is another way of saying You're less important. So she created a genderless deck in which the images of a king Queen and Jack were replaced with gold, silver and bronze. She says switching Dex could take some getting used to, but she's sold about 1500 packs around the world, including the US Michael Closure. KO Phi News. Let's take a look at your drive on the 22 City of Orange 22 eastbound just for the city Drive is to crash it takes with the two right lanes. You can expect that delay to begin right around Harbor Boulevard Marino Valley to 15 north before East Ridge Avenue wreck here with one car center divider, the other right shoulder so that stops things up right around all the Sandro K A pie in the sky is sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman Super Lawyer Calm Jeff Bob, the Santa Monica Freeway that, Jake Good morning. Thanks blood just right along with you, as promised. If you win this last time around now we had a whole bunch of problems actually under west Santa Monica, the latest of which was reported at library, But we went all over out there and really nothing. So it's good news for you. But it is slow. My goodness from East l A all the way up to Western Lake is just one of those slow morning drive South found four or five coming out of the valley that was in fairly good shape. Really Not bad by born in Dr standards, but the proper over now, and it's clearing. The Anzai speech is a good time in here. It's westbound Ventura Freeway past Quarrel. We had three right than the two right and only about 30 seconds ago. CHP officer moved everything over to the right shoulder. Now it is backed up on the westbound 1 34. And that starts well, little bit past Hollywood way Big news, riverside Drive and get on at corps water to the West. One of one you're all clear and on your way injured in an accident visit Superwoman Super Lawyer calm Jeff are okay if I in the sky You find this guy helps get you there faster. I'm robbing banks, Clippers locked their fifth win in a row. Defeating the Sacramento Kings won 15 96 and coach Ty Lue says.

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"western lake" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"western lake" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Calling 100 gambler 100 for 26 to 537. Right back with Tom Skilling here on W G N. Hey, Tom. You mentioned tonight that time were really looking at for the storms. Give it that. Give that to us once again. Get out the period from five PM out west toward the fox Valley to Cal. Various like that Western Lake McHenry County Boone County. Then here in the city, 6 to 8 o'clock. On northwest Indiana 8 10, So roughly the period for the Greater Chicago area that will watch is find the 10 o'clock this evening. If we can get through that period without any severe storms, and that's a big if Uh then it's all over. We clear out. We get windy Turn quarter will be windy all afternoon even before the thunderstorms arrived, But that's the period we're watching an okay. How does that he do with all the storms? Oh, you mean Maddie? Manny? Manny! Manny. I'm so Oh, I'm sorry, Maddie. I'm not Betty. Maddie. Your dog, Your darling dog. Somebody wrote me yesterday and said, How's math? He do and sorry, Little Matty, You have nothing to apologize for. No little Matty short for Madison. Way caller the roof as well. Because doggies go, we'll rule and you know she doesn't write. Um you know when Thunder is crashing? Ah, it's unnerved her a little bit, but she handles it pretty well. All things considered good. I'm hoping that's the case of my doggie. She's too But in the past and growing up at a dog that would go and hide in the closet would find anyplace that was dark and out of the way. And the poor thing was scared to death for the entire storm. No matter how big All this talk so far has not exhibited that kind of behavior, so I don't know 00. That's good. I'm glad to hear that. Well, it does affect our animals. Their point Congress, you know what's going on? Don't no doubt about it. Hey, Tom, I gotta ask you about all the activity in the Atlantic. Still stuff going on there. I noticed lots of flooding in South Florida to talk about What's going on. Oh, yeah, they add up to 16 inches, a rain down at parts of South Florida with ADA, which has gone out in the gulf, and it's kind of meandering marriage still a factor. Now there's another system they're watching. They give a 70% 5 day probability of development. It's down there in the eastern Caribbean. It's track, which sent it up kind of toward Cuba over the next five days, But you know, beyond that we'll have to watch. And then there's data the storm out way out the Atlantic of no concern to anybody but the Mariners shut there. But say the formed last night and that that put us over the top for the most named tropical systems in any hurricane season since 18 51 So then that's pretty amazing. Yeah, The one thing about hurricane records and the era of satellite observation of our oceans really began in 1966, even though we have records on landfalls hurricanes back to 18 51, So one wonders. If we missed a lot of storms before the satellites were out there because the only way we knew they were there to see if a Mariner bumped into them and made note of it to his peers, But it's been a incredibly active season in South Florida had a lot of flooding. It had calm down that in terms of rain, but the winds continue to blow and they still have I surf along the coast lines down in Florida and we're feeling for the folks in the Atlantic. I let's talk about us, though. For a second, please back to us. We've got a temperature drop. That's like what? 30 degrees Tom. What are we looking at here and then And then? And then how low does it go in the near future? That what you're looking at? Count above 24 2 25 degrees colder tomorrow than today. So we're talking about 70 for today. Upper, maybe 49 tomorrow on, then we hover between the low in mid fifties and the mid forties out through the next two weeks Once interesting, though, Anna is even though it's a jarringly cooler tomorrow. The temperature's if you look at them over all over the next two weeks, more often than not, days will still average above normal, even though they're cooler than sanity is weak scene. So this is by no means you know a barberry downturn with snowstorms at our future, anything like that. That's not ready to hit us yet. Good. That's good to hear. I like that outlook. Hey, I saw something on your website that I thought was very interesting people. You had a question. You know how you answer whether questions from folks that stuff and I love that because they're always that they're just such curious questions in one of them was about thes sunsets and sunrises. And lately they have been spectacular time. I woke up yesterday and I just I just want I just staring at the pinks and the purples and his magical sky. Really incredible. Gorgeous and and we're lucky I in this era of social media people sent us pictures. They've been stunning there. No two ways about it. Ah, you know, usually you need something like smoke that's coming at the high altitudes off Western fires, But we're doing it just naturally and You know, the sun is trekking across the sky.

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"western lake" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"western lake" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"To be followed? You completely lose your humanity? I would think 1 800 to 831 on 1.53 18, New Jersey Fast traffic trouble on the Garden State Parkway. It's a crash on the south side of Woodbridge, right near aged 1 30. It's the right line. This close Parkway North is building up 1 44 and a 1 45. This report is sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. If the signals are going at a railroad crossing, don't be tempted to try and sneak across the tracks ever Stop trains can't a message brought to you by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration traffic on one tonight in London Still slow coming South has Woodlawn Avenue route. 90 got bunching up in Hell. 1 95 down Oldrich Road and also in Lakewood and 70 Western Lake but slow with the parkway. Up to now I am sure have it. You still owe me crash on 35 eat in town on the south outside by industrial way and road work on the lower level. George Washington was leaving New Jersey in the right lane. Tom Rivers NewJersey Traffic North Elmira, New Jersey Traffic South Route One South bound is slow in the Lawrence area and quick Bridge Road to 95 is exactly where the delays are Rush hour field. Ben Franklin Bridge Heavy across the span, leaving New Jersey westbound leaving New Jersey. The right lane is closed off. That is why it's all backed up. Oh, and hey, how about that term plague? North found troubling situation at exit 77 A. In Hamilton? That is where we have some road work that is being done to right lanes are out. That'll do it. So go with the car lanes if you can. Cbb. The Commodore Barry Bridge has one lane, leaving New Jersey. So, of course that's backed up in 2 95 south of Slow Buy eggs at 11 in the construction area. Traffic every 15 minutes next to report at 3 33 on the jersey when a 1.5 if you need any form of physical therapy, Trinity Rehab is your best bet there, therefore, you they have been, of.

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"western lake" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"western lake" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Pandora. That's 1. 800 flowers dot com slash pandora. A one a 1.5 news time for 05, New Jersey one a 1.5 fast traffic Well, it doesn't look like it's any kind of a major delay. This point back that looks like it seized a lot, but they're still apparently a crash on the truck lanes of the turnpike south south of aged, ate it before you get down towards seven. A So heads up for that. Just stay with the car lanes. That'll work a lot better for you. The traffic on the parkway still a little bit busy in the express lanes north 1 16 to 1 17. That is roadwork. That's ongoing. You've got some slow traffic covered nine through how and liquid with 70 coming Western Lake but also some delays of tours. No Hampshire avenue, not a bad afternoon along the New Jersey Turnpike so far, and if you're in route to the George Washington Bridge, you've gotta crash on route for an Inglewood on the eastbound side. Over by Grand Avenue. Tom Rivers, Newjersey Traffic North Jill, My really juicy Traffic South Garden State Parkway Accident South bound just past exit. 63 A. That's the exit. For route 72 Stafford Township, and it's not in a good spot the center lane right now, So just keep that in mind. Traffic is already starting to back up the parkway South bound south of Exit. 63. We have 2 95 south bound. Slow at exit 29 to exit 26 White horse Pike down to route 42 again South bound to 95 busy by exit 11 in the construction. New Jersey fans Traffic every 15 minutes. Next report AD for 18 on New Jersey one A 1.5 New Jersey traffic brought to you by guaranteed service for only $77 Guaranteed service will tune up your furnace or boiler and give you a no breakdown guarantee for the entire winter season or you repair is free 1 800 guaranteed or book online at guaranteed service dot com. And you'll be comfy and cozy. All winter long guaranteed on Wall Street. The Dow Jones closed down 222 points. New Jersey one A 1.5 news time for 07 Working tonight takes T travel is with you the soundtrack of second shifters. He's New Jersey one a 1.5. If you're like 58% of Americans,.

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Crop failure rate for wild rice is increasing with climate change

Climate Cast

05:04 min | 2 years ago

Crop failure rate for wild rice is increasing with climate change

"Minnesota's legendary extreme winter cold is critical to the survival of many native plants and animals, but temperature trans show Minnesota's average winter temperature has warmed six degrees since nineteen seventy, and the milder winters appeared to be Reducing Wild Rice Harvest Yields Peter David is a wildlife biologist for the Great Lakes, Indian fish and Wildlife Commission Hi Peter, welcome to climate cast. Thanks for the opportunity. Why is extreme winter cold so important to wild rice? This is a plant that's adapted to northern harsh growing conditions. And so even northern Minnesota Northern Wisconsin that's solar edge of its range, and you can suspect this is going to be a point out. That's really susceptible. To. Climate impacts one of them winter aspect is just that the SPLAT needs a long hard winter for the seed Germination. And those harsh winter conditions also helped not back. Some of the other plants that wild rice typically competes with. There's really whole host of native. Climate change that are probably impacting wild rice throughout its growing season, so if the range is limited climate change is in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Would they be pretty important then to wear? The wild rice is able to flourish. There are two species I should mention lose in northern and southern wound rise, but the northern species is the one that is really important human harvesters, because it has a large highly nutritious seed. That's found only in any level of abundance in these two states, so if you're a tribal member for example living on this landscape, it doesn't help you. Much of wild rice can only grow successfully Canada in the future. Wild Rice is called Minoan in the JIB way language. Wiersma Noman so important to the JEB loy culture. Is almost impossible for me to overstate how culturally important manolas. For people who are familiar with your jubilee or initial migration story, these trouser living once along the eastern seaboard, and they move to this part of the world following prophecies that indicated that they had to go west if they were going to survive as a people. And that migration. They weren't sure how long it was going to be. Where exactly they were going, but the prophecy was that they would be at their destination. When they came to the place with the food grew out of the water. And so they brought them finally probably over generations to this western Lake Superior Regionally monoment bowl of the world, so this plant has great cultural significance right there, but it is also this food that rose out of the water, and it has more overall nutrition than any other food that was available in the region, the native diet, and so you can imagine the significance. This has, and it's literally. This food day is present. From birth to death. throughout the year and all of the ceremonies, it's intricately tied to a deputy. Tell us about the elders four year rule and how that's changing. One of the first things the elders taught me when I started three decades ago and you'll very little rice. The wild rice is an annual plant. It comes up from CD cheer, and that's one of the reasons why it may also be more responsive to climate change. But it, it's naturally variable in abundance. In the four year rule states that in a four year period you could expect one very good crop to occur, and maybe to sort of fair to midland years and one year. That's going to be near failure. And Dean late, and he can county. Minnesota's one. That I often think about here as we look at the lake each year. You never know what you're going to see when you fly up to it some years, it's open wire. Other years it looks like a gigantic heat-sealed and some years now with a disease that we're seeing more frequently associated with climate change Brown back. It looks like a Brownfield instead of the vibrant Greenfield the failure read on Dean leg in the last dozen years, or so is approaching fifty percent, and that really stands such a stark contrast to that t k ruled traditional ecological knowledge of the elders. You mentioned fungal disease I understand. That's become a problem. How is that connected to climate change? So the one that really most concerned about is a thing called Brown spot disease. Is a fungal disease, it's been around for a very long time, but it likes warm wet, humid conditions that are becoming more and more frequent, so we're in the past it sort of seemed to occur now and then here and there We're starting to see years where it has theory large regional outbreaks, and it's a real problem, because when the answer badly infected by this, the seeds germinate the plants girl that they are not able to produce, eat themselves, and so they're not replenishing that seed bank, and they're not providing for for human harvesters, or for all the myriad while species and also benefit and utilize wild rice.

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"western lake" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"western lake" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Slash B. jokes Ben Hur I think if you do it that way Ben Hur you set me up they was working on it it's nine forty three this forecast looks a little dicey what's going on Steve yeah we have a new weather advisory a weather warning this morning a flood advisory urban and small stream flood advisories just been issued by the National Weather Service that includes southeastern cook county then northwestern Lake County over Indiana trained weather spotters are reporting street flooding in Munster and Hammond due to these rains a torrential rains from the thunderstorms that are still pushing through and continued heavy rain will cause even more of that flooding as we move forward this morning so again that southeastern cook in north western Lake County Indiana radar right now shows the strong thunderstorms stretching from whiting down through highland and Gerry down to share ville all the way down to cedar lake pushing to the northeast at about forty miles per hour and we have some developing thunderstorms are north of Addison into Itasca and up into the Schomburg area that we're keeping an eye on as well so was severe weather at least over for now but we're watching these thunderstorms rumbled through the area and we'll keep you posted if there are any more watches or warnings going forward eighty one today for a high fifty eight tonight and then eighty tomorrow with mostly sunny skies right now in Chicago seventy six degrees with light rain Major League Baseball holds its draft tonight it's been shortened to five rounds over two nights with a hundred sixty total picks the white Sox draft eleventh the cubs sixteenth in tonight's first round the players have come up with a new proposal calling for eighty nine games to be played in baseball beginning July tenth they're still demanding full pro rated salaries no response yet from MLB and the bears cut their virtual offseason short there last virtual meeting tomorrow then they adjourned until training camp hand westbound I. eighty ninety four some flooded conditions now between Klein and the Illinois Indiana state line to watch for also north and I. sixty five entrance ramp at one hundred and nine still closed until June sixteenth.

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"western lake" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"western lake" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"In Idaho's expanded program begins on November first study other Emily Brown and Assistant Professor of pediatrics metrics at the University of Washington says a few claims about the benefits of Medicaid expansion drove this research the fact that Medicaid expansion was associated with improved mental outcomes for low income parents some studies and also improve financial stability while would drift believes expanding medicaid is good for Idaho. She's worried about about state. Legislators decision to apply work reporting requirements busy families with busy lives that are already in stressful situations. We have parents that are possibly working. Two jobs bombed and finally bury Sherman reports a midsummer. Algal bloom is once again turning western Lake Erie's waters green and vase predicted to become fairly severe ear researchers say it could be even worse. The severity of this year's bloom is forecast to be a seven point five on a scale of zero to ten director of the. The National Center for Water Quality Research at Heidelberg University Law Johnson explains that's larger than last year but smaller than in two thousand fifteen when a bloom exceeded the scale L. at ten point five and she says this year's bloom started to form a couple of weeks ago fairly mild not much there but it seems like it's really shown up with this heat. Wave that came through. It's moving around. It's growing in some spots or not another's or starting to get mixed into the water column in different ways in any of these things are possible she adds the current aren't. Algal Bloom stretches from Mommy Bay north along the Michigan coasts in about thirty miles east along the Ohio coast to the Portage River. The bloom is expected to stay confined to the Western basin and peak in September by the way Tuxes in Algal. Blooms are dangerous for people and animals. They have for local fishing boating and other recreational activities seventies. Mike Clifford from public news service. We are member listener supported Iran line at public. Do Service Dot O._R._G...

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"western lake" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"western lake" Discussed on AP News

"Affiliates in other insurance discounts not available in all states or situations. He digital news network coupled with rising water levels in all of the Great Lakes, high water on Lake Erie has been flooding streets and houses in Ohio with residents bracing for more problems floodwaters closed several streets in the town of port Clinton last week. After winters melting snow in recent heavy rains last month, flooding cut nearby south bass island in half and temporarily closed fairies headed to the island, the high waters also increasing erosion and leaving logs and debris and shallow parts of western Lake Erie, which is one of the areas of the Great Lakes most susceptible to climate change, according to hydrology experts. Walmart's upping the stakes in its retail shipping war with Amazon rolling out free next day delivery. Most popular items is says it's been building a network of more efficient ecommerce distribution centers to make it happen. The next day service will cover two hundred twenty thousand popular items from diapers to non perishable food to toys electronics. That's nearly double the number of items that carries an at stores. The move comes just two weeks after Amazon said it will be upgrading its free shipping option to prime members who pay the hundred nineteen dollars a year from two day delivery to one day delivery of services already offering in some areas. The WalMart next day delivery requires a minimum order of thirty five dollars and is rolling out. Now in Phoenix Las Vegas with plans to have the service to seventy five percent of the US population by Iran. China trade and farmers. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news minute. The escalating trade war between the US and China causing real concerns on American farms, Ohio farmer. Brett Davis says he and others are losing tens of thousands of dollars. Because of the tariffs went out of every three rows of soybeans that we raise here in America ends up halfway around the world in China. President Trump tells reporters before he left for Louisiana. He's confident and reaching a deal with China. What you wanna know something you want to know something we always win. His administration is prepping another twenty five percent tariff on another three hundred billion dollars in Chinese goods, including many household items and clothing sources say the Senate intelligence committee has an agreement for a private interview with Donald Trump junior ending the fight over previous subpoena, the president's oldest son. He's expected to meet with the committee for up to four hours in the middle of next month. I'm Tim McGuire. AP digital news back in a moment. Thank at farmers insurance. We know roof can withstand a lot. One exception being an airborne car, scenic, covered.

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"western lake" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"western lake" Discussed on AP News

"But in the meantime, a lot of money is being made by the United States. And a lot of strength is being shown hundred billion dollars. More of Chinese goods have been listed by the US for possible tariff hikes. China is going to fight to the finish. Stocks rebounded today after big losses. Their sharply higher. Wall Street is up more than three hundred points on the Dow President Trump was asked if the US is going to be moving into Iran. The soccer megani is at the White House. The New York Times reports the White House is looking at plans that could end up sending one hundred twenty thousand American troops to the Middle East. I think it's fake news. Okay. But at the same time what I do that. Absolutely. But we have not pledged for that. Hopefully would not get after planned for that. Have we did that would send a hell of a lot more troops in that the US has been sending firepower to the region to counter what it calls Rodney threats, but secretary of state Mike Pompeo says there's no appetite for a military confrontation. We fundamentally do not see a war with Iran. Saga megani? At the White House near Houston, say Hispanic officer who shot and killed an African American woman moments after she seemed to say, I'm pregnant in a videotape. Altercation has been placed on paid administrative leave police say the officer a dealt with the woman before and knew she had outstanding warrants. Former congressman Anthony Weiner left in New York City halfway house after completing his prison sentence for listen online, contact with a fifteen year old girl, you need a Blackwell the first African American woman to win a mayor's race in Mississippi is died. She was eighty six and Tim Conway has died in the sixties TV's Mikhail's navy in the seventies in Carol Burnett show. More recently, Tim Conway was the voice of barnacle boy in SpongeBob squarepants. We need help. This is AP radio news. A man in Minnesota will be going to prison for a deadly attack at a local mall. The man who was accused of throwing a five year old boy from a third floor balcony at the mall of America. In April has pleaded guilty to attempted premeditated first degree murder. He faces nineteen years in prison. He could've spent more time in jail, but due to a plea deal. Prosecutors agreed not to pursue an aggravated circumstances component to the charge earlier in the investigation of thirty said Emanuel Ronda told them he went to the mall on April twelfth looking for someone to kill and chose the boy at random the child survived but suffered head trauma and multiple broken bones. I'm Shelley Adler floodwaters spilling over western lake. Erie shoreline have swamped streets shut down ferries and left behind dangerous debris during the past month. This is an Ohio now residents are bracing for more problems and experts say lake levels along Lake Erie will reach record highs this summer. I'm Ed Donahue, AP radio news. At farmers insurance. We know the sound of a perfect hot air balloon landing and a less than.

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"western lake" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"western lake" Discussed on AP News

"In the meantime, a lot of money is being made by the United States at a lot of strength. This being shown hundred billion dollars more of Chinese goods have been listed by the US for possible. Tariff hikes China is vowing to fight to the finish. Stocks rebounded today after big losses. Their sharply higher. Wall Street is up more than three hundred points on the Dow President Trump was asked if the US is going to be moving into Iran. The saga megani is at the White House. The New York Times reports the White House is looking at plans that could end up sending one hundred twenty thousand American troops to the Middle East fake news. Okay. But at the same time what I do that apsolutely, but we have pledged for that. Hopefully would not gonna have to plan for that. And if we did that would send a hell of a lot more troops than that. The US has been sending firepower to the region to counter what it calls a Rodney and threats but secretary of state Mike Pompeo says there's no appetite for a military confrontation. We fundamentally do not see a war with Iran. Saga megani? At the White House near Houston, say Hispanic officer who shot and killed an African American woman moments after she seemed to say, I'm pregnant in a videotape. Altercation has been placed on paid administrative leave police say the officer a dealt with the woman before and knew she had outstanding warrants. Former congressman Anthony Weiner left New York City halfway house after completing his prison sentence for listen online, contact with a fifteen year old girl, you need a Blackwell the first African American woman to win a mayor's race in Mississippi has died. She was eighty six and Tim Conway has died in the sixties. He was TV's Mikhail's navy in the seventies in Carol Burnett show. More recently, Tim Conway was the voice of barnacle boy in SpongeBob squarepants now. We need help creatures. This is AP radio news. A man in Minnesota will be going to prison for a deadly attack at a local mall. The man who was accused of throwing a five year old boy from a third floor balcony at the mall of America. In April has pleaded guilty to attempted premeditated first degree murder. He faces nineteen years in prison. He could've spent more time in jail, but due to a plea deal. Prosecutors agreed not to pursue an aggravated circumstances component to the charge earlier in the investigation. Thirty seven manual Ronda told them he went to the mall on April twelfth looking for someone to kill and chose the boy at random the child survived but suffered head trauma and multiple broken bones. I'm Shelley Adler floodwaters spilling over western lake. Erie shoreline have swamped streets shutdown ferries and left behind dangerous debris during the past month. This is in Ohio. Now residents are bracing for more problems experts say lake levels along Lake Erie will reach record highs this summer. I'm Ed Donahue, AP radio news. News. More news right after this..

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"western lake" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"western lake" Discussed on KCRW

"These groups Bill of rights to her. Global farmers to small businesses. Our food costs Ivana Cisco is with the Ohio farm bureau and says local farmers are concerned over the possibility of what she calls nuisance lawsuits that means that every farmer who is in the Lake Erie watershed. So that's the thirty five counties in northern Ohio are at risk of a lawsuit being brought against them cyanobacteria thrives on phosphorus. Farmer. Advocates say they're trying to keep phosphorus out of the lake, but the problem is most of these efforts are voluntary. And they're clearly not working dissolved phosphorus flowing into the lake has risen dramatically in recent years tissue. Dell is with community environmental legal defense fund which helped craft the charter amendment. She says people are sick and tired of waiting for a solution. Well, if the people would just wait another fifteen to twenty years for our reducing fertilizer that maybe that we'd see an impact I'm like the lake will be dead in twenty years. Odell concedes that if it passes. The Toledo measure could be struck down by the courts, but she points out that civil rights movements have changed the law many times in the US and thinks the courts will eventually recognize that the environment has rights to Justice, they've recognized corporations have rights. Meanwhile, mainstream environmental groups are staying out of this fight though, they share the frustration. Howard learner is with the environmental law and policy center in his view, a new legal approach isn't necessary. He says the US EPA could and should fully enforce the clean water act focusing on the worst polluters, the large scale corn soy an animal feed lot operations, not the small farmers in the best of worlds US EPA would step up and say to the Ohio PA you have to act now too aggressively reduce the amount of manure and other phosphorus runoff going into western Lake Erie. But so far that hasn't happened. And the center is now ask. Federal judge to order the EPA to impose mandatory regulations on farms and animal feedlots learner says that would offer the best hope for making parts of western lake eerie blue again in the summer instead of bright green, friend.

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"western lake" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"western lake" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Local farmers hurt small businesses. The right to our food costs Ivana Cisco is with the Ohio farm bureau and says local farmers are concerned over the possibility of what she calls nuisance lawsuits that means that every farmer who is in the Lake Erie watershed. So that's the thirty five counties in northern Ohio are at risk of a lawsuit being brought against them cyanobacteria thrives on phosphorus. Farmer. Advocates say they're trying to keep phosphorus out of the lake, but the problem is most of these efforts are voluntary. And they're clearly not working dissolved phosphorus flowing into the lake has risen traumatically in recent years tissue. Dell is with community environmental legal defense fund which helped craft the charter amendment. She says people are sick and tired of waiting for a solution. Well, it's the people would just wait another fifteen to twenty years for our reducing fertilizer. And that maybe that we see an impact on the lake will be dead and twenty years del concedes that if. It passes. The Toledo measure could be struck down by the courts, but she points out that civil rights movements have changed the law many times in the US and thinks the courts will eventually recognize that the environment has rights to Justice, they've recognized corporations have rights. Meanwhile, mainstream environmental groups are staying out of this fight though, they share the frustration. Howard learner is with the environmental law and policy center in his view, a new legal approach isn't necessary. He says the US EPA could and should fully enforce the clean water act focusing on the worst polluters the large scale corn soy an animal feed lot operations not the small farmers in the best two worlds. US EPA would step up and say to the Ohio PA you have to act now too aggressively reduce the amount of manure and other phosphorus runoff going into western Lake Erie. But so far that hasn't happened and the center. Is now asking a federal judge to order the EPA to impose mandatory regulations on farms and animal feedlots learner says that would offer the best hope for making parts of western Lake Erie blue again in the summer instead.

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"western lake" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"western lake" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. And I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC, the FBI has arrested a Coast Guard Lieutenant who lives in a suburb of Washington DC and the allegations against him are grim to say, the least according to court documents. The suspect is a self-described white nationalists who stockpiled weapons and wrote that he wanted to kill as many. The people as possible. The suspect allegedly had a list of potential targets that included democratic political leaders like Nancy Pelosi as well as cable TV news anchors NPR, national security. Correspondent Greg Meyer is here to tell us more hike. Good morning. Rachel, what do we know about the suspect? So his name is Christopher Paul Hassen. He's an active duty Coast Guard Lieutenant age forty nine and he was working at the coast guard headquarters here in Washington for the past three years had an office job. It was part of acquisitions he scheduling fairly routine stuff east had a military career that dates back to the marines and the army national guard in the eighties and nineties, but he's also it seems white nationalist, he's expressed Neo Nazi views. He's talked about being written about being a skinhead for thirty years. And he feared the white race was was being destroyed. And he he he was calling for a white homeland. The prosecutors call him a domestic terrorists in the very first line of their core. Filing expresses how they think about him the defendant intends to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country. Wow. What do we know about how how the uncovered his plot? Well, we know the coastguard started investigating. We don't quite know what tipped them off. But they launched it. And then the FBI went to the coast guard headquarters and arrested Hassen last Friday in the parking lot. They also went to his house, which is a basement apartment in Silver, Spring, Maryland suburban Washington, and they found quite a cache of weapons they are fifteen firearms, including pistols, or handguns rifles and semiautomatic weapons. More than a thousand rounds of ammunition. He had steroids and other narcotics. He had been stockpiling apparently thought this would make him stronger for an attack and this this stockpiling had gone on for about two years. It seemed what was a connection among. All the people who he had he had listed as potential target. It really seems they were quite critical of President Trump. These democratic leaders did he'd been putting on a spreadsheet and also listing along with some of these cable news anchors often, he would just write one name. But it it seemed quite clear he's talking about Nancy Pelosi. The house speaker Senator Chuck Schumer Senator Tim Kaine Cory Booker, Kamala, Harris and others, and then these cable host on on CNN and MSNBC sort of the evening hosts, Chris Hayes and Ari Melber MSNBC, Don lemon Chris Cuomo. And then there were more than twenty names altogether. I understand that you were able to talk with at least one of the suspects coworkers. Yeah. I did a guy named Adam Stolz Berg. And he says that that happened was sort of a normal, quiet guy. He didn't talk about things outside of work. I mean a lot of tattoos. He drove a Harley, and they knew he'd been arrested last Friday, but they didn't know why. And he says he and. He sure others were really shocked when they they heard this sort of bombshell announcement about the kind of charges that are being brought against house on we know at this point if he had any connections to any groups or was he acting alone. So an active as far as we know not he seemed to be acting alone. All right NPR national security correspondent Greg Murray. Thanks, greg. Thanks, rachel. Here's a question should one of the Great Lakes have its own Bill of rights aggress roots group into Lido thinks so this is after other efforts to protect western lake. Erie from toxic algae blooms have failed as Michigan radio. Tracey Samuelson reports Toledo voters have a decision to make next week. Nobody in Toledo can forget those three days in August. Two thousand fourteen when a thick bright green mass of toxic cyanobacteria surrounded the city's water intake in western lake. Erie four hundred thousand people were told to stop drinking their tap water until the mass moved away since then the blooms have persisted in the summer fed mainly by manure and fertilizer runoff from nearby farms suit Carter supports the Lake Erie Bill of rights. She lives on the western shore of the lake where the blooms appear every summer is full foam green slime that you could put your hands through carp that are gasping for air. And it happens all the time the referendum election next Tuesday would amend. Toledo city charter to authorize any resident to legally advocate for the lake experts. Say it's unlikely to hold up in court so called community rights measures have been adopted by voters in other states and then struck down as unconstitutional, but it's a sign. In of just how desperate people here are to clean up the green slime that threatens their drinking water, not to mention swimming, fishing, or boning could the amendment pass, it appears opponents think so and they're blanketing local airwaves with dire warnings like this..

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"western lake" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"western lake" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Farmers her. A heard small businesses the right to drive our food costs Ivana Cisco is with the Ohio farm bureau and says local farmers are concerned over the possibility of what she calls nuisance lawsuits that means that every farmer who is in the Lake Erie watershed. So that's the thirty five counties in northern Ohio are at risk of a lawsuit being brought against them cyanobacteria thrives on phosphorus. Farmer. Advocates say they're trying to keep phosphorus out of the lake, but the problem is most of these efforts are voluntary. And they're clearly not working dissolved phosphorus flowing into the lake has risen dramatically in recent years tissue. Dell is with community environmental legal defense fund which helped craft the charter amendment. She says people are sick and tired of waiting for a solution. Well, it's the people would just wait another fifteen to twenty years for our reducing fertilizer. And that maybe we'd see an impact I'm like the lake will be dead in twenty years. Oh, del concedes that if it passes the Toledo measure could be struck down by the courts, but she points out that civil rights movements have changed the law many times in the US and thinks the courts will eventually recognize that the environment has rights to Justice, they've recognized corporations have rights. Meanwhile, mainstream environmental groups are staying out of this fight though, they share the frustration. Howard learner is with the environmental law and policy center in his view, a new legal approach isn't necessary. He says the US EPA could and should fully enforce the clean water act focusing on the worst polluters, the large scale corn soy an animal feed lot operations, not the small farmers in the best of worlds US EPA would step up and say to the Ohio EPA you have to act now too aggressively reduce the amount of manure and other phosphorus runoff going into western Lake Erie. But so far that has. What happened and the center is now asking a federal judge to order the EPA to impose mandatory regulations on farms and animal feedlots learner says that would offer the best hope for making parts of western lake eerie blue again in the summer instead of bright.

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"western lake" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"western lake" Discussed on KQED Radio

"These groups? The right to hurt. Local farmers to hurt small businesses. The right to try them. Our food toss Ivana Cisco is with the Ohio farm bureau and says local farmers are concerned over the possibility of what she calls nuisance lawsuits that means that every farmer who is in the Lake Erie watershed. So that's the thirty five counties in northern Ohio are at risk of a lawsuit being brought against them cyanobacteria thrives on phosphorus. Farmer. Advocates say they're trying to keep phosphorus out of the lake, but the problem is most of these efforts are voluntary. And they're clearly not working dissolved phosphorus flowing into the lake has risen traumatically in recent years tissue. Dell is with community environmental legal defense fund which helped craft the charter amendment. She says people are sick and tired of waiting for a solution. Well, it's the people would just wait another fifteen to twenty years for our reducing fertilizer. And that maybe that we see an impact on the lake will be dead in twenty years. Oh, concedes that. If. It passes. The Toledo measure could be struck down by the courts, but she points out that civil rights movements have changed the law many times in the US and thinks the courts will eventually recognize that the environment has rights to Justice, they've recognized corporations have rights. Meanwhile, mainstream environmental groups are staying out of this fight though, they share the frustration. Howard learner is with the environmental law and policy center in his view, a new legal approach isn't necessary. He says the US EPA could and should fully enforce the clean water at focusing on the worst polluters, the large scale corn soy an animal feed lot operations not the small farmers in the best two worlds. US EPA would step up and say the Ohio EPA you have to act now too aggressively reduce the amount of manure and other phosphorus runoff going into western lake eerie. But so far that hasn't happened and the center. Is now asking a federal judge to order the EPA to impose mandatory regulations on farms and animal feedlots learner says that would offer the best hope for making parts of western lake eerie blue again in the summer instead of.

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"western lake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"western lake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"These groups. The right to her local farmers to small businesses the right to drive up our food costs Ivana Cisco is with the Ohio farm bureau and says local farmers are concerned over the possibility of what she calls nuisance lawsuits that means that every farmer who is in the Lake Erie watershed. So that's the thirty five counties in northern Ohio are at risk of a lawsuit being brought against them cyanobacteria thrives on phosphorus. Farmer. Advocates say they're trying to keep phosphorus out of the lake, but the problem is most of these efforts are voluntary. And they're clearly not working dissolved phosphorus flowing into the lake has risen traumatically in recent years tissue Dell with community environmental legal defense fund which helped craft the charter amendment. She says people are sick and tired of waiting for a solution. Well, it's the people would just wait another fifteen to twenty years for our reducing fertilizer. And that maybe that we see. See an impact I'm like the lake will be dead in twenty years. Odell concedes that if it passes the Toledo measure could be struck down by the courts, but she points out that civil rights movements have changed the law many times in the US and thinks the courts will eventually recognize that the environment has rights to Justice, they've recognized corporations have rights. Meanwhile, mainstream environmental groups are staying out of this fight though, they share the frustration. Howard learner is with the environmental law and policy center in his view, a new legal approach isn't necessary. He says the US EPA could and should fully enforce the clean water act focusing on the worst polluters the large-scale corn soy an animal feed lot operations, not the small farmers in the best of worlds US EPA would step up and say to the Ohio PA you have to act now too aggressively reduce the amount of manure and other phosphorus runoff going into. Western Lake Erie. But so far that hasn't happened. And the center is now asking a federal judge to order the EPA to impose mandatory regulations on farms and animal feed, lots learner says that would offer the best hope for making parts of western lake eerie blue again in the summer instead.

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"western lake" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"western lake" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On Orlando's morning news. Updated weather and traffic for you every six minutes. Good morning. Joe? We've got a nice warm toasty day today. And then huge changes we've talked about this should be no surprise. We've got a big front. Good chance of rain tomorrow morning, some storms as well. And then we get back to winter for about a week and a half or so here's the Alex for today. Mix of clouds and sunshine through the afternoon, high seventy nine just an isolated shower. But certainly very nice day heading into Thursday rain likely starting around five to six AM over in western Lake County moving through Orlando between say daybreak and around ten AM and then toward the east coast that means headaches on the roads just wanted to give you heads up on that possibly a few gusty thunderstorms. We'll keep an eye out for an isolated severe storm is. Well, then colder Friday fifty nine Saturday sixty five in an isolated shower possible for Sunday as we'll be watching get another storm system should be just on our southside, we'll keep you posted extended five day forecast. Four times an hour. From channel nine I'm chief meteorologist, Tom Terry. Checking the news ninety six point five WDBO interactive radar. We do have some activity coastal showers around to Edgewater oak hills in some showers. They're moving as far inland as almost a lake Munro in Sanford lake Harney's got some rain right now. So we do have a couple of showers that are popping up this morning. You might need to use the windshield wipers at some point, oh, the horror, not the windshield wipers. No, otherwise, it's mostly clear, sixty one at Orlando's severe weather station..

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Trump's Trade War With China Is Officially Underway

WTMJ Conversations

02:09 min | 4 years ago

Trump's Trade War With China Is Officially Underway

"Breaking news center I'm Barry Nelson a fatal accident at road America it took place late Friday afternoon during practice, for racist, this. Weekend at the track for the. Milwaukee region sports car, club of America, majors key w QC TV in Iowa says contributor Jim, Victor was driving in his formula continental when he crashed, the race track tells them a medical helicopter transported him to a, hospital but he died from his injuries rusty Mellberg WTMJ news no serious, injuries from a house fire in O'Connell Milwaukee Saturday morning the western lakes fired district responding to the house on south concord road finding heavy smoke coming from the rear of the home to people, were inside, and were, awakened by smoke alarms going off and the out. Crews needed fifteen minutes to get, the, fire, under control Oh Wisconsin based child advocacy organization is. Worried an undercount of children in Wisconsin during the twenty twenty cents is could affect how. Much aid the, state received from the federal government. Kids forward executive director Ken Taylor says young kids and kids of color could be missed he adds the state receives nine billion dollars in federal funds focused mostly unhealth foster, care and, childcare. Every person not counted could cost. The state fifteen hundred, dollars each President, Trump's tariffs already having an effect on local businesses Harley, Davidson announcing it will take some production overseas to alleviate, the tariffs however according to political analysts Wayne young Quist, other businesses, may soon feel the pinch including the agriculture industry suggestion for the tariffs, on the conflict with other countries there is a considerable concerned about the effect of that on agriculture young quiz says the, relationship between farmers and Washington DC has been contentious since World War Two And Wisconsin. Senator Ron Johnson on face the nation this morning talking about the US economy and the possible impact trade tariffs may have. On, the growth outlook last, six quarters we've grown an average of seven point three, percent and that's just business investment that lays the foundation for future economic growth. And my concern about the trade wars and the terraces it puts. All that potentially at risk sports traffic and weather are next WTMJ news.

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