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"witkowski" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"Their little girl to a gym locally right. That's affiliated with usa gymnastics. So if this were to happen today given the resources that the star has now do you think you would have been able to dedicate the time and get the resources that you needed to do that. Reporting from indianapolis star. That's a difficult question to answer. Because i'm no longer there. But what i can say. Is that my colleagues who are still. There are incredible journalists in their passionate about doing this kind of work. And so i do think that the leadership there would believe in this project and still believe it was worth doing. I think something in going back and reading some accounts of their reporting and All it took. I think it's important might seem like getting into the nitty gritty for people that aren't in journalism but the fact that on this beat you found the story through sources that you had developed by being got a beat reporter is really crucial. And that's the thing that As resources become more limited in our field and especially in local media. That's the thing that could potentially be lost. Having people develop sources the way that you did. I think you see that in journalism as a whole right i mean think about how often you see one. Journalists story or investigation lead them into other stories or other investigations says incredibly common. And so we've been kind of circling this question the whole time. But i think a place to end as What do you think would provide a sense of closure For these women. That's clearly it. It still feels so far away. What do you think would would have to happen. And what might make them feel like. They're finally being heard and understood. I think you heard them say that. During the testimony what they think would help move. Forward is accountability and change in the way that ensures the safety of kids involved with the sport not just recourse for what happened to them but ensuring the safety of kids moving forward do they believe mussa that they're speaking out internally has created awareness and change in investigative authorities like a regional f. b. i. Office one of the the the repeated statements from the gymnasts was that you know i told the fbi about this in the summer of two thousand fifteen and they didn't get in touch with me for months. Well as i said at least four different. Fbi offices received these allegations and did not take action against nassar and so this is not although a lot of attention has been paid to. Wj abbott into his conduct in misconduct as it pertains to these allegations. He wasn't the only one who had a chance to do something here. And you see from the inspector general's report that they are calling for specific policy changes and improvements to how these cases are handled. Razzaq witkowski is an investigative reporter for usa. Today when she was with indianapolis star in two thousand sixteen. She was one of the reporters. Who broke the larry nassar.
Simone Biles: 'I Blame the System That Enabled Larry Nassar's Abuse'
"Before we begin our next segment. We note that we will be discussing sexual abuse the testimony. On capitol hill yesterday was both angry and anguished for usa gymnastics athletes said law enforcement including the fbi ignored them and lied about them when they said they were abused by former team. Doctor and convicted sex offender. Larry nassar simone. Biles was one of the women who testified to be clear. I blame larry nassar and i also blame an entire system that enabled perpetrated his joining us. Now is marissa witkowski hausky. She's an investigative journalist for usa today. Who began covering the abuse scandal years ago at the indianapolis star. It's been six years since usa gymnastics heard the first allegations. And it's been five years since you and other journalists at the indianapolis star began reporting on this listening to yesterday's testimonies. What stood out to you. What lawmakers heard yesterday was the continued frustration of survivors. Who felt that their allegations against larry nassar had not been taken seriously enough. They had been calling for change in calling for accountability for the failures of usa gymnastics of the us olympic and paralympic committee and of the fbi former olympic gymnast michaela maroney in her testimony directly. Blame the fbi for not acting fast enough to stop by larry nassar. Here's her testimony. What is the point of reporting abuse if our own. Fbi agents are going to take it upon themselves to bury that report in a drawer.
"witkowski" Discussed on AP News
"Books. I think we've seen a lot of black Christmas films that were more kind of grounded in reality and family, but this one I think has a fantastical element that we haven't seen very often. Selvan Ahmed ran for 85 yards on 21 carries and had a one yard touchdown run on the Dolphins first play in a 29 21 decision over the Chargers. The undrafted. Ahmed was making his first career start as he helped the six and three Dolphins get their fifth consecutive victory. Will you state it like a regular week? You know that's what it is. You know, it's another game for us and, you know, just be ready for anything, and that's how we attack every week. Just Being ready every running back in that room. No, no, no. We got to step up s O getting closer to the week. It was just, you know, do it. I've been coached to do this all week and let's go get a W. Two a ton of Milo and passed for 159 yards and two scores and improved to three anos is taking over for Ryan Fitzpatrick. I'm Dave Ferrie. Salve on. Ahmed ran for 85 yards on 21 carries and had a one yard touchdown run on the Dolphins First plate. The undrafted. Ahmed was making his first career start as he helped the six and three Dolphins get their fifth consecutive victory to a ton of Milo a pass for 169 yards and two scores and improved to three anos is taking over for Ryan Fitzpatrick. Jeff Heath had two of the Raiders five takeaways in the 37 12 route of the Broncos. He finished up to Drew lock twice in the first half. Girl, miss even Nick Quick. Kowski got picks in the fourth quarter and 11 loss and forced and recovered a fumble by dish on Hamilton just Jacob Trade for 112 yards and two touchdowns for the six and three Raiders. Davante Booker added too late TD runs, sending the Raiders to their most lopsided win over the Broncos in 10 years. Jeff Heath had two of the Raiders five takeaways in a 37 12 route of the Broncos. He finished up to drew lock twice in the first half the rush and the back and we work together, You know, we we count on those guys to make the quarterback get rid of all have take before you watch, too, and they count on us. Buy them some time. Carl Missy Butt. Nik Witkowski got picks in the fourth quarter and 11 loss and forced and recovered a fumble by dish on Hamilton. Jazz. Jacob trained for 100 and 12 yards and two touchdowns for the six and three Raiders. Devante Booker added too late TD runs, sending the Raiders to their most lopsided win over the Broncos in 10 years. Las Vegas has now won three straight heading into a home match up against the Chiefs. I'm Dave Ferrie. Jeff I've had two of the Raiders five takeaways in a 37 12 route of the Broncos. Heath intercepted Drew lock twice in the first half. Carl Missy been Nik Witkowski got picks in the fourth quarter and 11 loss and forced and recovered a fumble by Dish on Hamilton. Just Jacob trained for 112 yards and two touchdowns for the six and three Raiders. Davante Booker added too late TD runs, sending the Raiders to their most lopsided win over the Broncos in 10 years. Las Vegas has now won three straight heading into a home match up against the Chiefs. I'm Dave Ferrie. The Lions blew a 24 3 lead before beating Washington 30 to 27 on that craters. 59 yard field goal as time expired. Matthew Stafford through two of his three touchdown passes in the first half and directed the one he drive with just 16 seconds left rookie defensive and Chase Young was called for roughing the passer on the final drive with 12 seconds left. Giving Detroit the ball at midfield. Washington lost despite Alex Smith, who set career highs with 38 completions, 55 attempts in 390 yards passing in his first start in two years. I'm Dave Ferrie, South Carolina has fired football coach will must champ the second time he's been let go by an SEC school in mid season, athletic director Ray Tanner said. First year offensive coordinator and former Colorado State head coach Mike Bobo will take over as interim coach. 49 year old must champion four years remaining on his contract is buy out from the school is $13.2 million, the Gamecocks or two and five and lost their third straight game. 59 42, Ole Miss on Saturday night. I'm Dave Ferrie salve on. Ahmed ran for 85 yards on 21 carries and had a one yard touchdown run on the Dolphins first play in a 29 21 decision over the Chargers. The undrafted. Ahmed was making his first career start as he helped the six and three Dolphins get their fifth consecutive victory to a ton of Milo a pass for 169 yards and two scores and improved to three anos is taking over for Ryan Fitzpatrick. Justin Herbert struggled against Miami's blitzing defense throwing for a season low 187 yards. I'm Dave Ferrie. This'll is AP News. I'm Rita fall away. Several.
"witkowski" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Reason, and he's as likable he would be a star in this town. He's easy going RV guy, but you know what? It's just like I was talking about my home's what we could've had him, but we didn't wait can't cry over spilt milk every sweating back to let's get to a call. But you know what? Mike was right on the money. This offense. I mean, it's it's trying to figure out a way to go backwards. Jim Crown Point Welcome to 7, 20, wg and Hamp and Obi Go ahead. Gentlemen. Two things. We Miss Howard. I don't know why they got rid of him. Being I never coached. I never coached. I never played. But I looked at the game at the end, the giant said a chance Ty, why would you go for the touchdown? Somebody explain it to me. No, they didn't have a chance to tie the the hit with head score. Touchdown. 17 33 points. Okay, alright. Three points would've done zilch. But the Howard thing that's going to be their death certificate because I'm telling you right now they're going to be 18 8 or 97. Jim. Thanks for the call and get some really good today, my guy again again, It's done. It's over. We can be lamenting all the bad decisions. Okay, Here's one for you or not. Nick Witkowski was 1/4 round draft pick that they opted to stay with Danny Trevathan, who looks lost thus far this season. He's traffic. Hey, I mean, he he looks like a shell of what he was, you know, two years ago, but quick Kowski was basically allowed to walk and we decide on to Nathan. And even though quick, Caskey was a draft pick, and you would think that he'd want to protect his de picks. And Jordan. Howard was you know, I was a kid that you know he was a bear traffic allowed to go to things. When are we going to start using the Titans in our offense? Question in our basic offense and number two. When the hell are we going to stretch the field? That's in the passing game, too. When we get the Titans involved. We went out. We spent a lot of money, high draft choices and and they might as well be sitting in a buyer next to me. When are they going to get money down the field? Why You had the first two games all the time in the world to try to stretch the field and let's go to a long game intermediate game. And we don't do it and we don't throw the titans. Shame on you guys. 312981, 72 100, the Bears or 322 and two When you count your change, I think I did get a little excited news right now, cause coming up your calls Coming back. 312981 72 107 20 w gm. News nation this hour. I'm Steve Ruxton. The White House says President Trump will announce his pick to replace that lead Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the.
"witkowski" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Welcome back, You might be following the horrific story of a New York police officer whose son Froze to death because he made him sleep in the garage. Well, officials say that they got a lot of calls are a lot of calls were made to report this boy's father and the girlfriend. Regarding the state of the home and the way they treated the Children. That eight year old boy froze and his biological mother says she warned CPS and family court repeatedly as well were with Michael Volpi. He's an independent investigator journalist who follows these cases and more, Michael Apparently, there were 17 emergency calls made and a bunch of them were thrown out. It's correct and calls made about things like having the kids sleep in in the garage, which is exactly what he died from and also the New York Post wrote an article they switched custody wasn't a hearing. It was like a conference in 2017 based strictly on the father's attorney, badmouthing the mother, and then I don't remember what they call it in other states. They call it a guardian it lighter but the equivalent of guardian like him also trashing the mall. Sir. The judge. Her last name is Zimmerman was bullying the mother the whole time telling her to shut up. And then they switch custody. Based on that non hearing in 2017 and you're right. The mother went everywhere, begging to protect her son that enjoy it. And now the son is dead. So how many kids are there and where they all with the father? I don't know how many kids there. You know what? I don't know. I think I know that this kid got custody. I'm not sure how many other Children they have. Well, apparently, they got reports that the kid's multiple. We're so hungry that they were eating out of the trash. And the mother said. If you don't remove these Children, they will die. And now this eight year old autistic boy died by freezing to death just in recent days. That's correct. And yes, that was one of the what you said about eating out of the garbage. That was one of the complaints. Social services were otherwise known as child protective services. That's who received these complaints. This is a total failure. God on Child Protective Services Party. Think they call it something else in New York, complete failure on their parts and the judicial system, But you're right. One of the complaints. Wass that the kids were so hungry. They were eating out of the trash. Remember how many of them were but it was something either 5 to 13 of these complaints or dismiss within a day. So not much investigation of all of these complaints, five of the 16 calls which included a shocking claim that the kids were so hungry, they out of the trash well reviewed for more than a day, with four quickly closed as duplicates New York Post reports from their reporting from the paperwork. And so the man's name. The father is Michael Valve, a his fiance, Anjali Angela Polina, and they're expected to be arraigned this week. Now look, they're facing murder charges, But the child is dead. And this sort of thing happens in family court all the time. The case that you and I talked about recently Carol Witkowski hearse, two year old son died in October of 2019. Very similar. I don't know how many complaints she made, but it was roughly as many. All ignored by its department of Child and Family Services in Illinois. This happened in Illinois Shame type of thing. This sort of thing happens all across the country and really the world and family courts with CPS where they ignore Evidence of abuse Legitimate evidence of abuse either ignored or downplay it or try to cover it up. Happens all the time on this child is dead, Michael When things like this happen this this has gotten a lot of press you report so many cases that get not a peep from the media..
"witkowski" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
"Because they. Overblown models are never true to start with, so we were thrown off course. And as I said in most countries, the infectious peak before the lockdowns were imposed. And what did we do to everybody? And we could go. Through country by country, but I'M NOT GONNA boy with that, but there are good statistics even for Spain. who exceeded their mortality expectations. My four weeks though. They were already starting to flatten. So, Ladies and gentlemen. Leave what you want. But according to. Dr Witkowski and The doctor from Ben, Gory Institute, in Israel, this virus ran is normal course. Regardless of the interventions that were taking. Regardless of Fars Law. For showed that epidemics rise and fall roughly a bell shaped or What goes up must come down. That's basically way enforce it. Okay. He was Napa meteorologist. There are other redeeming allergists now. They're saying the same thing they wanted to why we're ignoring for US law. My Gosh Ladies and gentlemen I. Read All this stuff and I. It's just mind boggling. Why why? Why aren't the fallacies scarf? Doctors over with reading this stuff? Dr Wikowsky says this this this. This virus had a seventy day. Range that it was falling off and he. He's been right Professor Ben Israel. You know what I mean. He's been right all the time. He's the certainly a full complete lockdown reduces the spread of the virus however. As his Davis show. Rate of infection went down even countries that did not enforce a full shutdown. So what the evidence reveals that corona disease declines even without a complete lockdown is recommendable to reverse the current policy and remove the lockdown. Professor! Bill. So almost everything we did. Probably would everything would have been okay anyway. But we had to take care of our vulnerable and we had kids. We had to wash your hands..
"witkowski" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Strong check stamp goes we try to keep it alive for good job it is to just stick in comes out to center ice Sandburg bombs it back in waiting tag up an onsite place Smallman his own into the right wing. sunrise picked out had crossed Kevin Shattenkirk in every way. aside Johnson off the street where's the puck CV your intercepts. vivir bangs it in. writing hunt please apocalypse circle behind it behind the lady that had been grabs couldn't clear held in a quandary point with the process had been pieces the rolling block and couldn't clear held in bark off let's point let's circle data now have tripped up by drop in poor family there and had been retrieved the plug for shot these two D. been out there awhile static or just floated into the Panthers are quick interact by trying to catch lightning in a de change with two D. stay out there is bar caught back into them Mike is rabbi Luke Witkowski who is fresh the lightning. one the floorboards battling with who would go Tyler Johnson there too. not frozen over who would does look like he's trying to move an alley lease at the left point spread by Matheson the sound of the net one we don stamping. what's it out to center ice in his back into maps and blocks it and rifles it back into the light we cannot get those two defense but off the ice three nothing Florida late in the second Hedman. watch it from a rooted center deflected it's another way to get the fourteenth Mike is track number with ME offenses over circle. L. women around the glass in one of the glass going out to play three forty three left in the second three nothing for. well it's tough stretch for the lighting there took three penalties in a row great kill the first one and then my Kaufman finds a back then it twice but. gonna have to finish strong in the second period and see what they can do to start the third but the last thing they want to do is let the Panthers continue. the three Florida goals came in a two minute fifty three seconds PM. just like that is zero zero game became three another. true checking Smith to the right of my Bronski. hi Janelle Smith we gonna look we must circle maroon. shoot. and later on the board following a clean piece of winter to Mel Smith a three to one who's a great shot from Pat maroon and then you can see what house you from his knees finds the puck loose in front and quickly puts that one in past the rosty great goal that fourth line has been fun to watch so far in this season in the first game in now but a great finish my workouts in the lightning on the board. which house keys goal it'll be your second career NHL goal maybe Smith so he may have gotten a piece of that. to make sure winning though I think it was rolling house he's reaction kind of seemed like it was. it's hard to tell. a big goal for the fourth line to make a three one half bent on account of retro check cross lighting line left wing models explaining your point of a gun is therefore maroon. things it out to Luke Witkowski center ended up to Smith across the blood on silent circle to Mel Smith in the left corner I know what counts. three point turn out. shop walked. god is alive. he was on his tail to disrupt the play just a.
"witkowski" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I guess you like. you could take it as a little guy I like to go back to the old I tell you what though I do like to do it's not new but the new bolt looks good it sharply gas simple yeah like the blue and white it really is amazing what a good uniforms to do with fashion right here when I go back to the nineties when they had the old school jerseys I would I would take that to heart yeah those could be like third span yeah they should be those of those are big reaction I think all teams to do like the old school stuff for the thirds white the mighty ducks yet in a Honda I mean yes. you know why not why not exact the Hartford whalers does not put us yet that can occur when they did the beautiful I that they should do that more often you'll be I agree every great you know we're talking George other previous thing about the like being in some of the changes they made at a particularly to the fourth line to bring in a pop maroon and Luke Witkowski they want to add a little bit more preferred team that had you know I want to set up and down here great regular season disappointing postseason you figure two changes over the bay but you can argue we make the case that the Panthers we have the two most impactful sightings in the off season of any NHL two hall of fame coach in arguably the best regular season goaltender of the last five years yeah no I have absolutely and like I were today the Panthers won the off season right now now they need to go out there and start winning some games because there's ownership gave everything they need you know what else uses no excuses I mean they they felt like they had of the few pieces.
"witkowski" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Moran and and that fourth line the energy that they brought so far in the pre season the physicality that they brought that wasn't really there last year even though we saw this team they they came out of a hat I think they have more hits than maybe second or third most in franchise history you look at a guy like center park and you have like a hundred and forty hits the previous season at two six at night last year so that seem to be a point of emphasis for the last year when you see it even more so for the pre season with the way Luke Witkowski has come in with with pap a room or what he's been able to do. three with part cat when he was healthy now Jamelle Smith. we like that move really like the mood of Kevin Shattenkirk I thought we were talking about this earlier today just kind of a defenseman to fell in their lap you know I think they were perfectly prepared to go into the season with leaks and probably at that number six role and intense Shattenkirk you know the Rangers bottom out I went to the lab didn't have to give up a pick or prospect to get him probably don't really have to address the the blue line now at the trade deadline if that might have been an issue with what they had going in before they got Kevin Shattenkirk so I really solidified the back and really solidified how they want to play or how they want to gear towards more playing a bit more physical style of hockey to complement the speed game that they have so far so really like the additions they may prove particularly maroon and Shattenkirk J. with meridian Shattenkirk and whips house he will get a shocker consecutivas two player specifically put them in a forthright with park at that signal to.
"witkowski" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"When needed on a fourth line they could also slighted on defense if need be so I I know that he's here but I don't know that I've heard his name as much as a potential. you know what as a fourth line forward and I think that you know the one game he played in Carolina was because maroon got got shaken up or had a tweak so we get put a right wing but I think you know he's he's giving himself opportunities here because of his versatility I think you know the perception of Luke Witkowski sometimes this is where people take a look at and say well you know he's a grinder he's he's more of a throwback type player maybe the skill set is not as high as some of the other leading players and that's their their predetermined notion on we calculate your point I think it changed up his workout regimen this year eating habits and I think he came into camp in better shape running one talk about on the last call yesterday and it was interesting because it was it felt like it was the first time somebody was talking about him Hey see in contention yeah well maybe I missed that part so no that's okay I mean do respect you guys did talk about as well just to be just a bit but I mean to your point not a lot of people have been talking about it and I think what counts to give him credit Dave if he's gonna stay in the NHL arm talk about the HL in the NHL he probably had to get faster he probably had to be a little bit more versatile and he did that and now he's giving them a chance to you know who knows be at least be in the running for an opportunity to start opening night and if anything else you know a recent column yeah absolutely well my friend will talk to you from sunrise on Tuesday three preseason games left and then the game start counting the regulation thanks to all right that'll do it for me in the press box in Nashville thanks to everyone involved tonight's broadcast Morgan lashed back at ylighting rate in our studios into Jensen our engineer along side here in press row for Greg on Elian Kelly Kelly as this is Dave Mishkin saying so long from national final score tonight and over time it was the predators five it'll lightning for good night everybody Italy.
"witkowski" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Emerges with web circle for he taps into the what point Manvel loop find it at G. Mel Smith office stick. mark is grabbing flipped out by hall at a center ice blocking it at the red line is cal forty strip my full goal one focal bangs it it. both sides will change it up here no one blue. why did for the lightning narrates it feed Luke Witkowski gains the redline bounces it in auto soppy after the popular for checking the recorder soppy. instead of my doing go TA couldn't cleared out there holding it it is known for the one foot what's behind the net keep the moving for soppy left corner of the trip here for the lightning. still live in the slot a little shocked why I left from no one foot. he's after the renown strong first differ Nolan foot in this game appointed surgeon you without a shot. gonna hold it in he does basically the game providing soppy love circle centers that are simply by fox well what's deceiving Lawrence at center ice a bottle it in the late again no score the first. Shattenkirk funny clear it slave and walk to the low point John Kerr gets it back. allow what to know would foot the end of a ship's games the red line a tip today on your browser for three minutes into school the single at center ice couldn't handle a bouncing puck lighting to counter Mueller possible I'd write circle as his pocket picked by all of the basket zip down the asus maybe an icing and it is sixteen thirty left in a scoreless first. it's a tough line to go against to offload Niederreiter and zangle and that's probably going to be a line we'll see in the regular season but some some great goals scores I'm sure they're looking for them to kind of be their goal scoring line they have a lot of speed they got Niederreiter in January last season. calls for the sleeve right the single really solid sign after scoring twenty seven goals last year between autumn one Columbus dealer wants to face options right point shot.
"witkowski" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"President shot. The Hamilton is issuing a special election order to fill the seat vacated by alderman, Terry Witkowski the winner of the August. Thirteenth election will serve the remainder of Witkowski term until April of twenty twenty. The weather is turning nice and school is letting out all is right with the world. But at triple a study reveals that the time period between Memorial Day and Labor Day are the one hundred deadliest days for teen drivers lies that primarily. It's distracted driving in school. The whole winter picked up any quality control specialists Scott banks with arcade, driving school says teens once they start relaxing their attention to safety begins to slip a bit. But he says they need to remember that it's responsibility that they need to take seriously. You might want to go to a party in the summertime. But if you enjoy one party wouldn't you rather stay around enjoy, many more of your life, so take it easy. Go down. Thank before you act that he'll get WTMJ news calls for more netting at baseball stadiums are being heard. After a young girl was struck by foul ball in Houston before last season. All thirty major league teams extended the protective netting around home plate. But some say more needs to be done before. It's too late. Few WTMJ listeners agree. Good idea to expand the netting or at least put some pretty severe warnings on those tickets. Why wouldn't you don't others? Tell this concentrator news. It's an issue of paying attention. If you have a four year old, there are plenty of seats that a four year old can sit in that are either behind the net or far enough away from the field. WTMJ news, a trail linking local fallen heroes will officially be dedicated tomorrow. The gold star memorial trail runs from mayvale to whore. Con in dodge county, it honors fallen servicemembers, like first Lieutenant David Johnson who was killed in Afghanistan. His father Andrew Johnson. Hit nine eleven. We get two guys were killed from three computer damn. So we have five in this area about seventy gold star families are expected to meet at Tyler park in may Ville at nine AM, tomorrow and walk the trail in the beer industry is constantly changing and Miller Coors is up for the challenge. We do believe this health and wellness trend is a big deal, general manager of Miller Coors, Jim Kanter tells Wisconsin's afternoon news the craft beer industry has impacted their business, but they're always looking for new trends to expand their product. We're also getting into spaces like we have a new brand called Cape line, which is this better for you category, lower amounts of sugar, a little more flavor. So it sits at the confluence of health and wellness flavors and above premium refreshment, so things like the Henry sparkling that we have as well. Kanter says they're even testing hard coffees and canned wines, Melissa, barklay, WTMJ, news WTMJ forecast. Tonight, partly cloudy, patchy fog along the lake a low of fifty three rapid one up on Friday. If you can skip do it eighty three for a high with. Sunshine, Jason isolated chance of a shower towards evening. Once again, eighty three at the lake with south west breeze, Saturday, much cooler cloudy, scattered showers today, high near sixty at the lakefront seventy inland Sunday, mostly sunny, breezy, and cooler, high sixty three Monday, sunny, sixty one I'm meteorologist Brian with the storm team forecast on WTMJ. It's Bruce Beckett action today following eleven to five victory on Thursday. Our coverage begins right here on WTMJ at five thirty. With brewers extra innings with that paulie after the game. I'm Greg hill, NewsRadio WTMJ. Good evening, and welcome to the Jim Bohannon show from Westwood One radio. We were at one eight six six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six online. You'll find as at jimbohannonshow dot com. You can follow me on Twitter at jimbotalks. President Trump says that he is now slapping a five percent tariff on all Mexican imports to pressure that country to do more to try and stop the growing number of migrants who were trying to cross into the US illegally. With more. Here's correspondent Bob Costantini. The president is invoking emergency powers that would put the five percent tariff on goods from Mexico starting June tenth trade experts, worry, the move designed to force Mexico to turn around more Central American migrants back toward their home. Countries could cause new friction over the US, Mexico Canada.
"witkowski" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"All right. Had now live from the annex wealth management studios at Radio City. Here's Steve skiff eating. Good morning, Wisconsin. Ted oh nine and the ten o'clock hour means, of course, the four ten sponsored by all right. Home and remodeling. If you want it done right. Call all rights and number one. Sexually said thing I'm fan of his alderman, Terry Witkowski announcing yesterday. He's going to step down may, thirtieth longtime Milwaukee alderman, supporter of an ally of mayor Tom Barrett's. No specific reason given that health concerns, he said it's time to retire. He said, I'm not getting any younger reiterated. It's not for health reasons. He says the city is in great shape joining him to make that announcement was was council president Ashanti Hamilton, first elected in two thousand three well, here we are twenty nine long career in public service in different positions within the city of Milwaukee. And I say this, it's hard to find really good elected officials Terry with Kalki is one of those people he cares about what he does he listens to his constituents. That's something that not every elected official does in the way that they should now he's not immune from controversy and I call them out a little bit last week. He made a comment about race getting in the way of the votes on the Milwaukee common council. But that's one man's opinion. Those are his words and I didn't think it was helpful in the current environment. Saying those types of things it cast a shadow on your fellow elected officials that fellow alderman, and I don't think it was a positive for the for that group. But I will say this about Terry would cost and I've met met him on a number of cases worked with them on some projects related to the ICU and a few other things. And he is a man of integrity. But when you're getting up there in years, like we all are, and he's, he's served his community so, well, there's a, there's a time in a moment where you say I've had enough and. Perhaps this is that moment for Terry with hausky. He's a great individual, and he represents the garden district on the southern part of Milwaukee city, Milwaukee area. I'm very close to being a resident of oak creek, and I can tell you that in that area. He's done some great work, and he's somebody who's recant scientious about what happens in his community and his neighborhoods. And he's somebody that's I think doesn't the right way. Now, the specifics, he won't leave office until June first. The shot to Hamilton has a choice. You can call a special election that would have to take place by November fifth state law. However, does not allow the appointment of a person of fill that seat in the interim. So there has to be some replacement done in an election context, so alderman, Terry would cow ski leaving become a council after sixteen years of great service. I think it'd be missed and I'm guaranteeing you that there'll be a lot of people that will for that job or or run for that job. It's a great area of the city. It's not an area that a lot of people focus on residential. There's obviously some of the airport area in there as well. But it great greats Representative city Milwaukee, whenever you see somebody like this leave it does put some pressure on the rest of them. Can you follow his lead follow his legacy? And he's somebody who's well respected. You think so? Yeah. You don't think not saying, you know, because when you have the kamikaze accounts of president stand up with him making his nonce, but there's some supportive even given all the comments. Made last week the comments he made last week their support for him. I think good leaders are appreciated. And he's one of those good leaders into Metairie, Witkowski. I wish you luck in the future again when we talk about public service. It's what you do in the spotlight what you do in tough situations. And I think in this case, Terry Witkowski as done a very good job, but it'd be a lot of people running for that position, when now that it's open. All right. Coming up number two of the four at ten he's called American Taliban. But what's going to happen now that he's set to be released that story next right here WTMJ, before ten sponsored by.
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"If you want it done right. Call all rights. Number one, says she said thing, I'm fan of his alderman, Terry Witkowski announcing yesterday's going to step down may, thirtieth longtime Milwaukee alderman, supporter of an ally of mayor Tom Barrett's. No specific reason given not health concerns. He said it's time to retire. He said, I'm not getting any younger reiterated that's not for health reasons. So he says the city is in great shape joining him and make that announcement was was council. President Shantha Hamilton, first elected in two thousand three well, here we are twenty nineteen long career in public service in different positions within the city of Milwaukee. And I'll say this. It's hard to find really good elected officials Terry with cocky is one of those people he cares about what he does he listens to its constituents. That's something that not every elected official does in the way that they should now he's not immune from controversy and I call them out a little bit last week. He made a comment about race getting in the way of the votes on the Milwaukee common council. But that's one man's opinion. Those are his words and I didn't think it was helpful. And in the current environment say those types of things it casts a shadow on your fellow elected officials, fellow alderman, and I don't think it was a positive for the for that group. But I will say this about Terry with cows, and I've met met him on a number of cases worked with them on some projects related to the ICC and a few other things. And he is a man of integrity. But when you're, you know, getting up there in years, like we all are, and he's, he's served his community so, well, there's a, there's a time in a moment where you say, I've had enough, and perhaps this moment for Terry would cow ski, he's a great individual. And he represents the garden district on the southern part of Milwaukee. The city of Milwaukee area. I'm very close to being a resident of oak creek, and I can tell you that in that area. He's done some great work, and he's somebody who's recant scientious about what happens in his community and his neighborhoods. And he's somebody that I think does it the right way. Now, the specifics, he won't leave office until June first. The shot Hamilton has a choice. You can call a special election that would have to take place by November fifth state law. However, does not allow the appointment of a person of fill that seat in the interim. So there has to be some replacement done in an election context, so alderman, Terry would Cousy leaving become a council after sixteen years of great service? I think it'd be missed and I'm guaranteeing you that they'll be a lot of people who apply for that job or or run for that job. It's a great area of the city. It's not an area that the loud people focus on its residential. There's obviously some of the airport area and there as well. But it great great Representative city Milwaukee, whenever you see somebody like this leave it does put some pressure on the rest of them. Can you file his lead follow his legacy? And he's somebody who's well respected. You think so? Yeah. You don't think not saying? No, because I you know, when you have the common council president stand up with him making, but there's some support even given all the comments. He made last week or the comments he made last week their support for him. I think good leaders are appreciated. And he's one of those good leaders into Metairie with Kosgey. I wish you luck in the future again when we talk about public service, it's what you do in the spotlight what you do in tough situations. I think in this case, I'll tell you what Kaczynski has done a very good job of. There'll be a lot of people running for that position, when now that it's open. All right. Coming up number two of the four at ten he's called American Taliban. But what's going to happen now that he's set to be released that story next right here WTMJ, before ten sponsored.
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"Several squads remain at the senior seventh and maple after officers dressed in plain clothes. We're conducting surveillance on a murder suspect. They were approached by two men. One of them was armed kiva funds. Morales the officers in an attempt that the officers currently are believing that they were going to be robbed. We do not know if there was a robbery attempt. However, the officers use deadly force upon the subject the suspect died from his injuries. The other suspect is now in custody. Morella says they do not know if these men were connected to the murder suspect that they were investigating officers are, okay. A former cut. Hey, mayor is admitting to breaking the law. John Hohenfels writing and signing a letter did at eight. April fifteenth of twenty nineteen where he admits breaking the law by falsifying his name and using a notary stampede wasn't authorized to use to notarize a letter that was sent to the Wisconsin ethics commission. The former mayor says he took issue with election signs that were put up around cut. Hey that didn't state who they were paid for which violates election code the cut. Hey, police department says the letter in question has been forwarded to the department of Justice attempts to contact and felt have been unsuccessful. Mike Spaulding, WTMJ falsifying notarized letter carries a prison sentence of up to ten years. The search for a new Milwaukee flag begins anew today. The common council unanimously approving a plan to find a new city flag and now heads to the mayor's office. The decision comes after the people's flag had been created in two thousand sixteen did not get the support it needed to become the official city flag. A Milwaukee alderman is accusing the council of making decisions based on race alderman. Terry Witkowski in his quarterly newsletter to residents said sewn journal Sentinel's, Dan. Vice with the story council president is shot. The Hamilton says that race can be an issue. But he says if any votes have fallen completely along racial lines in the current common council. Terms news about your money. Investors are spooked on the escalating trade tensions between the US and China. The Dow at midday was done within four hundred points. CBS news business analyst, Jill Schlesinger, the US and China at odds, the world's two largest economies. I think investors are concerned that if this were to actually re escalate from the current place where we are that it would cause worldwide growth to slow down right now, the Dow is down four hundred and thirty nine the NASDAQ on one hundred forty six. Yes. Impede down forty five in midday trading over in Britain, still no sign of the new Royal baby or his name from the military band at Windsor Castle. Arain dishes of.
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"Disrupt action at city hall until something is done from the lead. Again, the common council meeting today for a scheduled meeting. Of course, meanwhile, alderman Witkowski, Terry Witkowski, making news accusing the council of making decisions based on race ski had made those comments into quarterly newsletter to residents that was obtained by the journal Sentinel's Dan buys now, the council president is shot. The Hamilton says race is an issue. But he says few of any votes have ever fallen completely along racial lines and questions the need for the whig Witkowski to make those comments Glendale is taking the wraps off a plan to redo Bayshore town center today, the city would kick in thirty seven million dollars toward the demolition of parts of the original shopping center. Plus, the retention of recruitment of new stores and restaurants. Including entertainment venues as well as apartments. The mystery surrounding Leonardo Davinci endures this time, it's about a lock of hair. She's hometown museum here in Italy will carry out DNA tests on strands of hair allegedly belonging to the renaissance master who died five hundred years ago this month. The hair comes from a private collector in the US the relic was passed along and eventually sold by descendants of the inspector who looked for davinci's tomb in the eighteen hundreds the artist who painted the fame Dimona. Lisa died in France, and the church he was buried in was destroyed during the French revolution. Megan Williams, ABC news, Rome, more, it's traffic and weather next. WBZ news time eleven oh. Four when.
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"Serra. Welcome back. That's Roger Daltry, always heading home. And the release of a new who album is imminent. We we are told a car pollution increases the rate of psychotic episodes and worsens mental illness groundbreaking study suggests the first research ever to investigate the link between psychotic experiences and poor air quality found teenagers living in areas of high pollution suffered more than those in cleaner. Environments, the researchers from King's College London use data from two thousand two hundred and thirty two children born in England and Wales they found overal approximately a third of adolescence reported hearing or seeing something that wasn't there or feeling paranoid on at least one occasion between the ages of twelve and eighteen sites such episodes. Well, not necessarily necessarily serious in themselves can be a gateway to graver mental conditions such as schizophrenia, and you can read the entire article up at the in the news section at coast to coast, AM dot com. All right, Saturday may eleven twenty five pm Mark down on your calendar. Because George Noory is coming to Columbus, Ohio and the Lincoln theatre he's back better than ever again. Saturday evening, maybe eleven twenty nineteen at the beautiful Lincoln theatre as he invades Columbus. Ohio for a jam packed night of fun and conversation with special guests ghost whisperer, Marianne Witkowski, certified hip, hypnotist and paranormal mystery researcher, Rosemary, Ellen galley and.
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"I mean, they're they're like, they're unbelievable. You know? But I mean, every can't I think I've ever had. I think it was. So they're so fun. Yeah there. Okay. I was wondering. Very unhappy for a very long time. Chances are going to go away. Take it away Sabrina. Man, that's a hard one. You know, like if it's a really really big issue. There's probably a lot of magical work that can be done to to work with that. Because I when I do have people come to me with that type of thing. Usually there's a lot of stuff that needs to happen. There's usually banishing work that needs to happen. So let's say like, there's a potential that some kind of negative energy some nasty vibes from someone else has latched onto you. So we have to get rid of that. And then we'd have to do some protection work and articulate fi your positive energy. So that nothing else can kind of penetrate that latch onto you again. So it's man. Yeah. There's a lot of different steps to take with something. Like that. When someone feels like nothing is going, right? And everything is just you know for years, but I don't have anybody attached to me because I already had Marianne Witkowski heart goes was sure. Yeah. Exactly. So I did have something years ago. And. Go away. Donahue coming to our Columbus show. I am. I am. And you know, who who who told me to call them was Tommy producer super. So it's like, oh, definitely. I'm definitely coming in which we chatted for a minute about it. I definitely I'm coming. My sister. My sister in law. I was like so excited about it. See you in the meet and greet right after that. Right. Yeah. Excellent. Excellent. All right Sabrina. So in her particular case. It is what it is. Yeah. Do you want card for that? Or? Let's do a quick. Wow. Okay. Okay. Before the break, and then we'll come back with lower costs. Okay. Okay. Wow. And while you're doing you gotta tell us what you're doing. So people just us three for you. So I of the we got to reverse again, you guys got some blockages going on for sure. So we have the reverse six of swords the night of one's right side up and leave I've of one reversed. So okay. So lot going on here. These are some really difficult cards. So the first thing I want to say is don't give up. I know you might feel really exhausted and tired sometimes but the other night here. So the nights again are all about movement, and this is a night that's around element of fire. And so it's going to be really important for you to connect with that that drive just get yourself up in the morning. Keep going don't give up the other thing. I wanna say is that the six of Ford's reverse makes me think that there's a transition that you need to take that you've been avoiding. So that might be a move that might be career. Chef that might be letting someone I go from your life. I let the friendship or family member or something like that. I don't know exactly what it is hard to say with only three cards. But there is a transition that you need to go through in order to get yourself on blocked. You're just resisting it right now. Yeah. They I wanna say is the five of one's reverse the car that's very much about conflict. So what I would love to for you moving forward is to really try to remove yourself from situations where there is endless conflict, but doesn't achieve anything. If you notice that happening step away from it and protect your energy because that type of thing is totally going to drain you and totally going to contribute to you feeling. This kind of copy way that you're describing so don't out to try to remove yourself from these different situations. Trying to think about what those things might be. All right stick with us. We're gonna come back with final phone calls in a moment with Sabrina, Scott. The which I guess I could call her the good witch. Her website is linked up at coast to coast, AM dot com. And her book that we've been talking about tonight is called which body. And when we come back, I'm gonna tell you a little bit about what you can expect on tomorrow's coast to coast show. I can tell you a little bit of that. Roger Tolstoy's joins us for the first couple hours talking about the potential dangers of five G, which is the way they're going for cell phones and smartphones. So let's keep your place in line. And we'll come back and try to get as many calls as we can on coast to coast AM. Don't forget to watch our TV show beyond belief with George Noory, simply go beyond belief dot com. News Radio twelve hundred. Tonio and I heart radio station. Some of the stories we're following on NewsRadio. Twelve.