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The Spanish Flu

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

08:04 min | 8 months ago

The Spanish Flu

"After over two hundred fifty original and different stories. I've had so many requests to repeat one on the forgotten pandemic the Spanish flu. I decided to repeat that podcast. Now I am reading this with a few changes involved. It was. The Spanish. Flu was an unusually deadly pandemic involving the h. One and one influenza virus in infected five hundred million people around the world or about twenty seven percent of the world population which was around one point nine billion at the time this is nineteen eighteen over fifty million people died yet it was overshadowed by the end of World War One the war to end all wars the creation of the armistice. The Spanish flu was so forgotten. That encyclopedia Britannica didn't include it. In its review of the most eventful events of the Twentieth Century World War One ended in November of Nineteen. Eighteen in this faddish Lou peaked just a month later in early. January nineteen eighteen which means that the flu was going on during World War. One more people died from the Spanish flu than died from bullets in World War. One think about that more people died in the Spanish flu than the war basically. That's it. The economic impact of the United States came in at about one hundred and sixty six point. Five billion dollars now remember. This was nineteen eighteen that would be nearly a trillion dollars in today's dollars areas of the. Us were hit hard. In the winter of one thousand nine hundred eighteen coal deliveries were so affected that many people in New England all along the East Coast couldn't keep their homes warm and they froze to death that winter thousands of businesses across the country were closed. Not for a lack of staff so much as those that were out sick with the flu. It was said that an individual a healthy adult could come in with symptoms of flu. Spanish flu in the morning. Be Sick throughout the day and the following morning he or she would be dead in September of Nineteen Eighteen Philadelphia. Held its liberty loan parade to raise money for war bonds. The patriotic procession consisted of soldiers. Boy Scouts marching bands and local dignitaries and stretch for two miles over two hundred thousand spectators packed the sidewalks seventy two hours after the parade all thirty one hospitals Philadelphia were full and twenty. Six hundred people died with by the end of that week. The Public Health Response. Saint Louis couldn't have been more different. This is something we need to pay attention to today. Even before the first case of Spanish flu have been reported in the city health commissioners looking at other cities and states and the commissioner Dr Max Stark off had local physicians on high alert and Rodent aditorial on the Saint. Louis Post dispatch about the importance of voiding crowds in San Francisco. Health officials put their full faith behind gauze masks and isolation California governor. William Stevens declared that it was a patriotic duty of every American citizen to wear a mask and stay in quarantine. San Francisco eventually made it law citizens cotton public without a massacre worried. Improperly were arrested charged with disturbing the peace and fine five dollars but the Spanish flu circle the Earth. Three times and San Francisco's luck ran out when the third wave of the Spanish flu struck in January. Nineteen nineteen believing mass. Were the main reason that they done so well. With the first wave of the Spanish flu they felt is what saved them. Businesses and theaters. This is during the third wave fought back against public idea that you couldn't gather in public as a result. San Francisco ended up suffering some of the highest death rates from the Spanish flu. Nationwide that proves the isolation. A quarantine makes a difference. The two thousand seven analysis found that if San Francisco had kept all of its anti-flu protections in place. That would be quarantined. Through the spring of Nineteen nineteen could have reduced deaths by ninety percent the immediate economic consequences of nineteen eighteen down from the panic surrounding the spread of the flu. Large cities including New York and Philadelphia were essentially temporarily shut down as their populations became bedridden as it is now in Italy. A lot of lessons to be learned here. Businesses were closed in both cities. Sporting events cancelled private gatherings council including funerals band so that they could spread the disease. So what's the takeaway aside from a history lesson a Lotta takeaways the lesson from nineteen eighteen or many but there are three that standout I the public health response to the spread of the disease must focus on containment? The reason why the nineteen eighteen pandemic resulted in so many death was as so many people caught the disease so fast in the first place and that was before containment that was before quarantined. That was when people were wondering what's going on. This isn't a regular flu season. They were exposed. Because policymakers failed to stop the spread. Indeed there in actions helped spread the flu more widely communicable disease control policy works researchers found that US cities which implemented efforts to reduce infectious contact between people early in nineteen. Eighty outbreak had significantly lower peak death rates than cities that were later to adopt disease containment policies. The second lesson is a good information is Akitas to disease control. We cannot afford a media blackout or worse. An Act of disinformation campaign and we can already see that terrible consequences of such policies in Iran and China. The truth always comes out eventually. There is nothing to be gained from hiding it. Indeed government stand to lose if censorship leads to social unrest political. Scientists are speculating on the long term. Political impact of media manipulation of the corona virus news from China and remember there are three classic stressors that create fear that is something that is unpredictable uncontrollable and sustained and from those three. Stressors comes fear. Communication gets rid of those stressors. The third lesson is that we must prepare for the economic and human consequences of the virus enact to minimize its impact. This pandemic is both a shock to demand and supply justice. So disease is highly contagious. So too is the economic crisis in causes the Labor lost from implementing the recommended fourteen days of self-isolation for suspected cases alone will have serious economic him implications no doubt closing down entire regions or countries are as recently enacted. Italy will no doubt cause a recession? Nusa fiscal policy measures must now also come into play individuals and low-paid precarious employment to serve targeted attention. As much as anyone else where medical care and sick. Leave our costly. This can force people to go to work. Even if they're still carrying the virus justice in one thousand nine hundred eighteen people are polluted. Urban areas are likely to be particularly at risk. These populations that are already more susceptible to respiratory illness due to environmental factors. This would be like are homeless cities special measures help. These groups must be considered.

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"william stevens" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"william stevens" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"P. C. mobile news all the level go should he attended the impeachment trial sunny in nineteen degrees of the circle city I'm John Eric here's what's trending at eight thirty one president trump was asked if he should go to that trial which is happening against him but he was asked that question this morning in Davos Switzerland had left it will wind up with great so what I don't know I sort of love sit right the front row and stare their corrupt faces I'd love to do but he says his lawyers are advising him not to do that arguments in that trial started in the afternoon Tuesday in the first set of them didn't end until two this morning fox is Jerry helper reports several attempts from house impeachment managers the when GOP support for new subpoenas for documents and witness testimony failed in short they would further establish the president's scheme to use our national defense funds to benefit his personal political campaign Colorado Democrat Jason crow making the case for defense department records about Ukraine eight instead a resolution from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell the latest debate in votes on potential witnesses until later in the trial and one change both sides will now have twenty four hours to be used over three days instead of two to make opening arguments on Capitol Hill shared how burn fox news accused of murdering his pro trump boss with a travel in a heated political argument on a construction site is what police say a Florida construction worker did it happen Monday when they say Mason Tony killed his boss William Steven night when they were having that argument and then threw an American flag over his body the sheriff's office says knight was a big trump supporter while Tony was anti government they say Tony drove away in a stolen pickup truck but was later arrested after a brief chase a woman and a dog killed in a fire that happened on Indies he sighed this morning which TV's Kevin Randleman reports around six.

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"william stevens" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"william stevens" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Trevor Tony faces murder charges in the death of William Steven knight this is a box thirteen weather update this is chief meteorologist Joe we sold back very cold again tonight overnight low twenty four degrees so we are well below freezing with the wind chill near twenty please bundle up tomorrow another cold high near forty one and clouds will be growing as rain approaches for Thursday there is a light chance for some wintry mix for some parts of the fox thirteen viewing area get the very latest update on the cold temps in the rain John good morning Memphis Wednesday morning beginning at four thirty six hundred W. R. E. C. and ninety two point one FM to talk to George nori call the wildcard line is eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to all free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype named George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with George Noory well I invite you all if you haven't already to watch our television program beyond belief by going to beyond belief dot com and Tom has some free episodes for yeah absolutely this week's free episode you can watch Brooks Agnew and you can hear his theory of how the inner earth world formed and how it continues to thrive in fact you can check out the whole library of beyond belief programs head over to beyond belief dot com you can join now for ninety nine cents or you can get a full year of unlimited video streaming for twenty percent off beyond belief dot.

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"william stevens" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"william stevens" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Your forecast an update on traffic coming up in a moment first our top local story today a construction worker is dead after stabbed a confrontation at a construction site on the Florida turnpike is happening around ten forty five this morning active start during the working crappy leads talking to every witness that was on scene in order to determine what happened here today all we know so far is that the victim and the suspect knew each other this started at about ten forty five this morning or the south bound turnpikes exit two fifty four to the beach line sheriff's spokesman Chris tomorrow we are still looking for the suspect like I said if anybody has any information we do want to contact the sheriff's office immediately the victim has just been identified by the sheriff's office as twenty eight year old William Steven knight it's still not clear how long the turnpike exit will be closed between the scales used any six point five W. W. news ninety six point five W. D. B. over Orlando turns first whether Waldburger tracking some very cold temperatures tonight updating how cold it will get your forecast coming up I'm Jacki O. Brian crash on the turnpike northbound is cleared we'll take a look in four minutes on news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. beautiful MLK day holiday across central Florida sunshine blue sky sixty three in Orlando on Tony Marino Sean Hannity back in five minutes on this Martin Luther king junior day president trump made a surprise visit to the Martin Luther king junior memorial in Washington DC vice president Mike pence joy and the president both men waving to the crowd as he.

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"william stevens" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"william stevens" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This is a radio. It is forty six degrees at six thirty nine rose. Ryan Douglas testimony will resume tomorrow in the trial of former east Pittsburgh police officer Michael Ross failed. Katie KYW radio's Joe DO has more. The jury heard six and a half to seven hours of testimony ending with the young woman who took the cell phone video from her second floor porch that caught officer Michael Ross fell firing shots at Antoine rose as Iran's unarmed from a traffic stop the jury of six men and six women saw that video once in opening statements. The prosecution said the case focuses on what Ross failed new at the time. He pulled the trigger three times for defense. Attorney pats and telling the jury police have to make split-second decisions from the county courthouse Joe to steal NewsRadio. Ten twenty k the first accused dealer charged with drug delivery, resulting in death has pleaded no contest twenty two year old Darnall. Stevens was the first to be charged with drug delivery, resulting in death by Pittsburgh police. It was in connection to the two thousand seventeen overdose. Death of twenty three. Year-old university of Pittsburgh student. Ian Williams Stevens will be sentenced next month. In the wake of Friday shootings at two mosques. New Zealand Prime Minister, Justin Dr Darren is promising gun reform, she'll released details of the gun reform this week with tighter restrictions on semi automatic weapons expected earlier on Katie k radio. Governor Tom Wolfe told Larry John arm for that too. I don't understand why anybody thinks we ought to have military style weapons and her call for a ban on that. I think makes perfect sense. It's reasonable the governor says he also wants stronger background checks similar to those used in New Zealand, Pennsylvania. Lawmakers are also considering a Bill that would create a statewide firearm registry. Parts of the nation's midsection remained isolated after river is breached more than a dozen levees in Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri more flooding expected through this week, but Donna Kilpatrick Kilian is digital news director at walnut radio in Fremont, Nebraska, which is entirely surrounded by floodwaters. She says a major concern right now. The impact these floods have on farmers. This will destroy. Yup. Livestock chains. This will disrupt green this will disrupt corn. But I don't think the farmers have been able to even get home to see the result of that damage. The Nebraska farm bureau says farm and ranch losses could reach one billion dollars in Nebraska. Federal appeals court has heard arguments in a lawsuit claiming President Trump is violating the constitution by accepting profits from foreign and domestic officials through his Trump hotel in Washington DC, the attorneys general in Maryland and DC say government spending of Mr. Trump's hotel, violates the emoluments clause which bans federal officials from accepting benefits from foreign or state governments without congressional approval. Maryland, attorney general Brian frosh, he's trying to negotiate the terms of the constitution. Not not not with the monuments clauses are about the president's lawyers say the clause only bars payments to the president if they're made in connection with services, he provides in his official capacity. They'll Rakoff CBS news Washington on Wall Street today have frontier listen says the Dow closed down twenty six points at twenty five thousand eighty seven. The NASDAQ was up nine points. The s&p was down a third of point in sports dealer. Sign.

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"william stevens" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"william stevens" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This is Katie KABC radio. It is thirty eight degrees at twelve thirty at Pittsburgh International rose. Ryan Douglas, the trial of Michael Ross Valdo white police officer charged with killing an unarmed. Black T last year is underway at the Allegheny county courthouse. Opening statements have wrapped up the defense told the court Ross was doing his job. He's charged with criminal homicide in the death of seventeen year old Antoine rose. Prosecutors claim rose presented no threat to Ross as he ran from a traffic stop the jury brought here from the Harrisburg area will be sequestered earlier on Katie radio attorney, Bob Del Greco told Larry and John what that's like they will eat in their rooms. They will be told that they should not discuss the case even among themselves, and then absolutely positively. There should be no evidence or information gathered from any source, except the courtroom that trial is expected to last about a week. The first accused dealer charged with drug delivery, resulting in death has pleaded no contest twenty two year old Darnall. Stevens was the first to be charged with drug delivery, resulting in death by Pittsburgh police. It was in connection to the two thousand seventeen overdose death of Twenty-three-year-old university of Pittsburgh student. Ian Williams Stevens will be sentenced next month. A charter school behavior specialist is accused of selling drugs in the schools parking lot twenty nine year old Devon Alexander of Corey operas was fired from pay special education school in Churchill after he was arrested on drug charges yesterday afternoon. Churchill police say they found thousands of dollars worth of drugs, Alexander's vehicle including heroin and crack cocaine a fourteen year old girl is missing police. ADA's? Hayes was last seen getting on a bus Monday around four thirty PM in downtown Pittsburgh, see photos of Hayes, Katie a radio dot com. Anyone with information is asked to please call police in the wake of Friday's shootings at two mosques new Zealand, Prime Minister just into our Darren is promising gun reform. She will release details of the gun reform this week with tighter restrictions on semiautomatic weapons expected earlier on Katie radio. Governor Tom Wolfe told Larry and John for that too. I don't understand why anybody thinks we ought to have military style weapons and her call for a ban on that. I think makes perfect sense. It's reasonable. We'll says he also wants stronger background checks similar to those used in New Zealand, Pennsylvania. Lawmakers are also considering a Bill that would create a statewide firearm registry. Parts of the nation's midsection remain shut off from society today after a rivers breached more than a dozen levees in.

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"william stevens" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"william stevens" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"I was the only one who cried everyone laughed really big thing with meet me at that job was I you have to become numb, and I refuse to let go of that part of me. So every time I would walk into a patient, and they would be like something would happen. I mean, I had a patient one time we came in. He was a kid and his dad stat walks in goes in the room. They say gray. He tells me 'cause can you just say with my son sons five or six see with his son guy, walks in the thing has a massive heart attack and dies. Just literally didn't I think he literally knew something was going on? And he was like just take care of my kid, and I sat with that kid, and I talked to him about his dad dying and you're trying to that. No. I am not. But I was at the doctor, and I was that was my kind of thing and he. I just cradled in I walk out, and the nurse was like, you can't you can't put this emotional tax on you every day. And I was like, yeah. But I also can't let go of that. Like, that's what's gonna make me a better comedian, and the things I actually want to do is to be in touch with that emotion. But then also you have to laugh you have to walk out and go cheeks this guy fucking died quick, you know, and like I still have okay, totally good with laughing at it. It's like after Stevens dud? It was like man was he gonna patriots? The patriots guy. I don't know sports guy. No. Joking. I actually don't know who he is. But I'm sure it's a writer or something of the seller. I'm sorry. William Stevens name Simpson. Okay. Stevens I don't feel an asshole. like Steven Allen Stevens, you're not in the wrong. But after that everyone's like, oh, man. That's like it hit you. And then like the Joe came to your head like, I think can relieve some tension with this. Yeah. J the best one one of the best ones where cell wrote them like JIRA about William Stevenson, and he had heard, but no with them. Heels me money. Ask him for the forty bucks. Man. I want that forty bucks back you tell them do. It's not fucking cool. I want that forty bucks back because I really do need that forty bucks. He's like fuck off. That's fucking hilarious need that. But here's the deal. Here's why people understand about jokes. They only work because we are in touch with how horrible it is. Yes..

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"william stevens" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"william stevens" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"That's located at eight ten south Jackson street until home. In a story, we reported on October, ninth the coffee county election commission, chairman Sanders. So's v secretary Francis, powers and members Bill Bates, Emily Toma along with Barbara Arp voted in an apparent secret. Ballot to give the position to the current coffee county government purchasing agent Andy for the job off election administrator current administrator for Nathan Davis is set to retire at the end of the year. According to a letter of playing by wwl news, the coffee county election commission was informed and a letter dated October nineteenth from Justin p Wilson state, comptroller, the Tennessee open meetings act provides that all those of a governing body shall be by public vote or public alad or public roll-call, no secret votes or secret ballots or secret robocalls, Shelby allowed accordingly. Any voting by ballot conducted by the election commission. Must be by public. Valid whereby the ballot. Results are open to publicans faction now in a press release from the coffee county election commission. They will meet on Monday this coming Monday at four o'clock in the election commission office in administrative plaza at thirteen twenty nine MacArthur street, suite six in Manchester. The purpose of the meeting will be to appoint a new administrator off elections. Apparently, this will be done to revoke the administrative position in a public meeting. The manchester. Police department is looking for a vehicle that may have been involved or in the area of a fatal crash that occurred around five thirty in the morning on October the eighth on highway fifty five near copy counting is school. The vehicle was allegedly pulling a utility trailer with no lights and was supposedly near the accident scene at the time of the two vehicle crash. If you know anything that could help with the investigation, please contact assistant police chief, Adam Floyd of the Manchester. Police department at nine three one seven two eight two zero nine nine seven two eight two zero nine nine. Five people have been arrested in Grundy county for a series of weekend. Thefts and traces Eddie and ultimate Grundy county sheriff's office. Deputies took reports on two separate incidents in the White City area Friday morning after an ATV and trailer were taken from a home an air. Compressor was taken from another residence on highway one fifty during the investigation, deputies learned several more suspects were involved in the string of thefts, including one and ultimate where several guns had been stolen arrested were eighteen year old Robert Allen, Eakins of Almonte Twenty-three-year-old Garrett Williams. Thirty one year old Johnny Williams Stevens junior of Tracy city. An eighteen year old Dakota Morris appel him along with thirty three year old. Amanda, Brooke Nunnelee of Tracy city Grundy county sheriff Glen trauma asked that. If anyone has purchased any items from these individuals it the past several weeks, please contact sergeant Larry SIMS at nine three one six nine two three four six six six nine two three four six six as they attempt to recover the property and return it to the rifle owners. Derek taylor. Formerly of Manchester. An avid outdoorsman was killed in a single ATV accident over the weekend near his family's home in mcnairy county, according to her lease from the Jackson Madison County school system Taylor teacher at Rosehill school. He is survive is wife and two children along with his father and stepmother Charles and Martha.

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"william stevens" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"william stevens" Discussed on KNSS

"SS news now I'm John, Chambers one man dead a teenager injured after a traffic. Accident in Stafford county it happened after nine pm Sunday, southeast of Stanford Kansas an SUV traveling. What the Kansas highway patrol described as a high rate of. Speed the driver lost control on a wet roadway went into. A field and the vehicle rolled five times the driver of the SUV fifty one year old. Marvin Julian of Stafford. Was taken to Stafford county hospital where he died the thirteen, year old passenger was taken in critical condition to, Wesley medical center a man had to be taken, to the hospital Saturday evening after he. Drove his, vehicle into water in. Southeast Wichita the incident happened around seven PM. Saturday in the thirty four hundred block of south Hoover which is. Near k.. Forty forty-two what Utah, police Sergeant William Stevens said that. When crews arrived at the scene they found a man near the water he explained to authorities that his power was in the water this water rescue team, was sent into the. Water Recover the vehicle the, man was taken, to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries it's unclear how. The man ended up driving, into the water Amy, Webb, can assess news, the Catholic church rocked by a report of what's per child sex, abuse by priests and communities across Pennsylvania a grand jury report revealed that hundreds of priests molested more than a thousand children over the. Span of decades, there Bishop David super from the diocese of Pittsburgh appearing on ABC this. Week on Sunday claims the church has taken the problem very seriously we have. To be able to continue to look at the things that that we have done to Riddick correct this issue the, church of Pittsburgh today is not that the church that's, ascribed in the grand jury Ford, but some church members are not satisfied with those explanations. They're reportedly withholding money from local churches and summer demanding, anyone connected to the scandal step down. The Kansas leadership centers quarterly publication the journal is released its. List of best neighborhoods in Kansas for twenty eighteen The journal I asked for submissions from neighborhoods speak considered for the list dozens of neighborhoods answered the call. Your journal editor Chris green we found a team of five judges from different parts of the state and they evaluated. The entries based on seven factors the quality of the neighborhood story its uniqueness possibilities for. Interaction attractiveness comfort mobility and leadership and they. Are also allowed to give some bonus points based on other factors they wish to consider four neighborhoods were recognized. As winners Rosedale at Kansas City Kansas Delaware street Commons and Lawrence college hill in Topeka and east Lawrence, in sports Chicago White Sox beat the Kansas City Royals. Yesterday seven two six today's forecast sunny with a high of seventy nine currently in. Wichita we have northwest wind at eight miles. Per hour partly cloudy. In sixty eight k s news now I'm Jay chambers.

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"william stevens" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"william stevens" Discussed on KNSS

"Man was taken to the hospital Saturday evening after he drove his vehicle. Into water in southeast Wichita the incident happened around seven pm. Saturday in the thirty four hundred block of south Hoover which. Is near k., forty two, what'd you top, police Sergeant William Stevens said that when crews arrived at the scene they. Found, a man near the water he explained to authorities. That his power was in, the water this. Swiftwater rescue team was sent into the water to recover. The vehicle the man, was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries it's unclear how the man ended up driving into. The water EMMY web Cayenne says news a Wichita police captain who was recorded shoving a teenage. Referee during a youth basketball game earlier this year is. No longer with the department officer, Paul crews, tells the which Zhitong eagle that Kevin mears's. Employment with the Wichita police department ended Monday crews didn't say whether MIR's was fired or resigned mirrors was, found guilty in July of misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct, sentenced to six months probation and, ordered to pay four hundred fifty. Dollars in fines MIR's was? Placed on leave shortly after video of the January game, and Augusta appeared to show MIR's shoving. The seventeen year old female referee mirrors testified he didn't shove. Her and was just trying to get to his son who was injured. The referee testified MIR's ignored her orders to leave the court. And was shouting obscenities before he pushed her Phil Hildebrand Kagan. Assess news rescue, operations are, underway in Italy, for survivors following a bridge collapse David Bowden FOX's sister station Sky News. Reports, the Morandi bridge found the gorge by six Italian. Town.

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"william stevens" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"william stevens" Discussed on KNSS

"Says news now I'm Trevon hotter President, Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is awaiting his sentencing in his Bank and tax fraud, trial former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is expected to learn his fate in the first of two trials Muller's team has against him after fourteen hours of deliberation the jury has not reached a verdict, in they won't be, at it. Again until Monday morning manafort's. Attorneys said at this point they, are feeling very confident enough And he, does on Friday judge TSL's also denied a request by, a handful of media outlets to, unseal the names of the jurors, and said he couldn't. Do that without endangering their safety because he has already, received threats himself in this case and. Now travel with an armed detail from the US marshals in. Washington I'm Garrett tiny Fox News a man had to be taken to. The hospital Saturday evening after he drove his vehicle into water. In southeast Wichita the incident happened around seven pm Saturday in. The thirty four. Hundred block of south Hoover which is near k.. Forty two what Utah, police Sergeant William Stevens said that when crews arrived at the scene they found a man near, the water he explained to authorities that his. Power was in the water the. Swiftwater rescue team was sent. Into the water to recover, the vehicle the man was taken to the. Hospital with non-life threatening injuries it's unclear how a. Man ended up driving into the, water EMMY web Cayenne s news A Wichita. Police captain who was recorded shoving a teenage referee during a youth basketball game earlier this year is no longer with, the department officer Paul crews tells the Wichita eagle the Kevin mears's employment with the Wichita police department ended Monday crews didn't say whether MIR's was fired or resigned mirrors was. Found guilty, in. July of. Misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct sentenced to six months probation and ordered to pay four hundred fifty dollars in fines mirrors, was placed on leave shortly after video of the January, game in Augusta appeared to show, MIR's shoving the seventeen year old, female referee mirrors testified. He didn't shove her and was just trying to get, to his son who was injured the. Referee testified MIR's ignored her orders to leave the court and. Was shouting obscenities before he pushed her Phil Hildebrand Kagan assess news early. This morning mostly cloudy and some showers and thunderstorms possible with. Our low near seventy later on today upper seventies for the. Afternoon high showers and thunderstorms Likely through today mid sixties with. A few lingering showers Sunday night for Monday a slight chance of shower upper seventies this is Kay NSS. Meteorologist Steve Hamilton clear and seventy eight degrees, in Wichita for coverage twenty four seven listen to Cayenne s on the free radio dot, com app Cayenne SS news, now I'm Trevon honor In.

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"william stevens" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"william stevens" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Exclusively through traffic newsradio one hundred two point nine k a r n longtime newspaper cartoonist who says this work was banished from the aditorial page because of political differences with his editor says he's been fired rob rogers who worked for the pittsburgh post gazette for twenty five years talks about those cartoon common theme in all the ones that have been rejected is that that i'd say like ninety percent of them have something to do with trump so so there's a clear pattern that they were trying to sort of tamp down the the voice that i was having about being critical of trauma doj investigation concluding james comey was insubordinate when subordinate revealed a probe into hillary clinton's emails current director chris wray in this report impugns the integrity of our workforce as a whole or the fbi as an institution as i said earlier fair and independent scrutiny is welcome an appropriate accountability is crucial we're gonna learn from this report and we're going to be better and stronger as a result dow futures down twenty three i'm elliot francis the heat and humidity has led to a few popup thundershowers in parts of the area but very few people are seeing this activity we're looking at ninety percent of the area or more with dry weather as we head through the evening and overnight with low of seventy two degrees mostly sunny skies tomorrow will be hot and humid out there with a high of ninety four partly cloudy tomorrow night the low seventythree than hot weather into the weekend ninetytwo saturday but a cool down starts sunday i'm accuweather meteorologist dave samuel the doc washburn a civil lawsuit was filed in plastic county circuit court against the boy scouts of america for sexual abuse filed by former scout william stevens alleges that mr stevens was sexually abused by his scoutmaster samuel c dots i and we blows pack thirteen and then in troop sixteen which met at the salvation army and hot springs listen to doc washburn afternoons at two following rush limbaugh on newsradio one hundred two point nine k a r n listening on your alexa device more and more people are enjoying newsradio one hundred two point nine.

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"william stevens" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"william stevens" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Newsradio one zero two point nine k r n b controversy earlier this year bauxite baseball coaches are not gonna be charged now for child maltreatment michael maddox and steven to replace administrative leave pending a hazing investigation channel seven's reporting curl investigation still ongoing coach shoe is going to be going to carlisle to coach next year and maddox will return to bauxite the opioid epidemic effects pretty much touch everybody a state crime lab for example is experiencing historic high amount of drug cases causing a backlog eleven thousand cases are waiting to be attested executive director kermit gentle we don't want to sacrifice the quality of our work to try to push out more cases the state lab is hired for new chemists recently to try to catch up on the backlog we now have learned through popular movies how bad it is when you toss something into the sewer sanal gator you can be attacked twenty years later but if it's a turtle you can get a ninja turtle but marmaduke arkansas mop heads are becoming the biggest threat generally is reporting that toilets aren't flushing and back tub bathtubs aren't draining not good all right weather in just a moment in rush limbaugh is on the way you're listening to newsradio one or two point nine k a r n doc washburn a civil lawsuit was filed an polaski county circuit court against the boy scouts of america for sexual abuse filed by former scout william stevens alleges that mr stevens was sexually abused by his scoutmaster samuel c i and we blows pack thirteen and then in troop sixteen.

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"william stevens" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"william stevens" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"By the german government over the cheating on diesel emissions tests scandal north america will host the twenty two thousand six world cup fever voted this morning in favor of joint us canada mexico bid over morocco i'm michael toscano it's eighty three degrees heading for a high of ninety one i'm chris ingram newsradio one or two point nine k a r n facebook isn't always sunshine and rainbows glenwood united methodist express some issues about rainbows at magic springs june thirtieth saying it's lgbt pride day fox sixteens mitch mccoy central arkansas pride is organizing the out dave event on june thirtieth magic springs it is a group going so it is not organized by the amusement park and no way to like lover angry react the post now because the page has since been taken down loan county sheriff's office accused of unnecessary force by the coroner county coroner carlo horton says aaron clark was jumped by six officers nine staples in his head he has stitches his lips clark was initially pulled over for not having a light on his bike and he has some mental illnesses causing issues with following commands he was arrested for some drug possession and paraphernalia leave and don't come back that's what a woman was told after forking over money at gunpoint for stolen tickets as she didn't know anything about she says the man yelled at her for stealing his tickets and he looked pretty inebriated at the time some new blue catfish out and community ponds around town game and fish stock the ponds with fish between ten and fifty pounds some of those are even tagged for prizes if you hall in one with a yellow tag you just have to call the number and find out what you've won i'm chris ingram next news at twelve oh three breaking news as it happens newsradio one or two point nine k a r n doc washburn a civil lawsuit was filed an polaski county circuit court against the boy scouts of america for sexual abuse filed by former scout william stevens alleges that mr stevens was sexually abused by his scoutmaster samuel c dots i and we blows pack thirteen and then and troop sixteen which.

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"william stevens" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"william stevens" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"A cat tattoo i must have missed that side mark is williams steven pa jacks hundreds of variations of people who missed things or marcus williams trying to tackle things that do not exist or things like that once again these guys know exactly what they sign up for big stage bigstakes big money big pressure you don't come through in that comes up you're going to take some heat a lot of heat now they're taking this guy's taking heat that you shouldn't take just like every kid who misses the key field goal in college or any perot who misses a key play heats fine abuses fine but there is a line and a lot of morons or going over the line also on twitter boni reiter tweets how much did you pay for that cat cantu the answer is one hundred eighty bucks and gratuity hotter an eighty bucks and it's hip jim and austin tweets hawk will you're one love the cat two years to through three like the cat two years four through 50 hate the bleeping cat to but tastes them right now if griffey were to see that he would not give you the lover respect you you're looking for he look at you like you were some kind of idiot now i've seen this guy william sign autographs in a lot of cases he will respect out arches know that his daca return the lobbies academic damn man that's cool like to wear react whenever mike in albuquerque 'cause like my mom mike brother my man i mean how can i not give this guy the ultimate respect in love for getting a tattoo a me i guarantee griffey would not do that for you are just know that just know that smile which is why i also.

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"william stevens" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"william stevens" Discussed on KKAT

"Is the argue at this at a good guy with a gun will stop a bad guy with a while the the the good guys what the guns were there in time to stop twenty six people from losing their lives while they what i say in the church moments and he did help at the moment what we had he was running away he wasn't running away one williams steven relaford an apology one williams owes an apology this murderer and sutherland springs texas wasn't running away law enforcement and survivors there inside both confirm that he didn't stop until will efforting gauged him he didn't stop once until stephen will aford engaged him and he took he he offered himself up he walked into that he he confronted this murderer an offered himself up he distracted him and he was taken that all on himself at that moment there's your example of selflessness how great would it be if more people practice selflessness like that and their behaviour and attitudes towards each other even on a smaller scale and so for one williams to say that he arrived too late i think for rita brown would disagree i think everyone else who did not have fatal injuries at that moment and who wears who lived to see another day i think they would disagree with that i think they would disagree with one williams's assertion here he owes steven relaford an apology i'd like to see that he gets it we have a lot more show in store for you today we're going to talk about the virginia elections as well coming up i'm not surprised i that i go 'sweden went back in 2014 i knew that he wasn't going to win this time around but we're going to talk about why isn't the all of the other special elections leading up till now how can that hasn't been a narrative for republicans the way that the median democrats want to make this a narrative for democrats i mean as everybody forgot handover says ossoff is a narrative if you wanna see one we'll have that for you eight four four three or four four dana is the number to join in the program right now though our partners lifelock look i think lifelock does really great staff in this is that.

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"william stevens" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"william stevens" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Well now the jack had one murder under his belt he was ready for another and this time the unfortunate victim was anti chapman chapman was born in 1840 one which would make her forty seven she was the illegitimate child of a soldier named george smith and a woman named ruth chapman in eighteen sixty nine any chapman actually married one of her mother's distant relatives a coachman named john chapman when john acquired a job working for wealthy couple who lived in a lavish mansion he anani stayed on the estate grounds in an apartment above the stables but it didn't take long before any developed a pesky drinking habit this created problems for her husband whose job it was to interact with and serve the wealthy elite eventually her habit escalated she was arrested several times and known throughout the area as a drunk it became too much for john to bear so he anani separated she went to london leaving her two children withdrawn who center a weekly allowance so she could get by but in eighteen eighty six the allowance stopped and he's husband had died and now she was truly on her own for while she tried to survive by selling flowers on the streets or doing whatever crochet work she could get but it wasn't enough so she turned to sex work the days leading up to chapman's death or well documented a couple of nights before her murder she had gotten into a fight with a woman by the name of elisa cooper chapman left with a black guy and then she spent the next day with one of her regulars a laborer by the name of ted stanley the following day she wasn't feeling well in procured some pain pills that she wrapped up in a small piece of paper she shared a drink with the painter named william stevens.

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"william stevens" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"william stevens" Discussed on WWL

"To me like he's kind of stabbing her in a back and he had tweeted that david bailey in crystal brian ever been part of our family for years near my heroes and i know people have gone to jazz fest where they hung out william steven they know the detail they know crystalline they know david energy seem to me that he's kind of selling them out i'll know somebody texted inland i think there's a good text it says momma m he's a veteran and he said that he fought for this country in two different country fought for american to in countries that he's gay and that he supports steve's right to make the speech and he doesn't understand why i do look this freedom of speech in and say what every once i'm just talking about acting from your heart or from your head and i prayed for this man twice a day and i still am deeply saddened that the fact that he was shot and i am so happy that dead he's healthy i know it is family and everybody has been through and again unless he tells us group that's anti gay you know what this woman saved my life and she's just a person like everybody else and i was wrong will then i can understand abbott it seems to me he's act in from his politics not his heart that's just my opinion and i want y'all economies so many texted in here and talked about so you would be um but okay if he if he was addressing a group of deviant or pedophile through this nine i don't know why what is being gay baath you so much somebody else said that i'm a liberal and i'm not a conservative what what is this have to do because here's the deal recently representative i'm against abortion had to resign because he texted his girlfriend to get an abortion after he thought he knocked her up oh and guess what he was his mistress wasn't even his girlfriend he was married at the time that is why i.

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