35 Burst results for "burnell"

DART police investigate man's death at bus station in West Dallas

Chris Krok

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

DART police investigate man's death at bus station in West Dallas

"Death of a man that was found at a bus station and west Dell's dart police went to the bench. Burnell Singleton transfer location Friday night, October 30th. That was after getting calls about an unconscious person. They found a 70 year old man who was unconscious with injuries to the head. He was taken to Methodist Hospital where he passed away. Family members say dark police officers came to their home later that night and told them that the man was a victim. Of a hit and run again part

Burnell Singleton Dell Methodist Hospital
"burnell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"burnell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Sovereign with why it may take until December to know if Biden or Trump wins the presidency and why voters should be okay with that. CBS traffic information sponsored by PG and E. What kind of a busy morning here. We're trying to get back to normal with the Bay Bridge, But it's going to take awhile Stand because we had an accident in the tunnel earlier that has been cleared. The meeting lights were promptly put on, though, and they are on very slowly so the traffic is now backing up. East of the MacArthur Maze. All three approaches, the traffic is backed up a bit beyond the MacArthur interchange. So expect delays here till you get on the bridge. They have effectively metered all the slow traffic off the span, though, because there's metering lights so slow. We're looking at the Richmond Park way It is really gummed up the signal Lights are out again at Gertrude. So traffic very heavy, especially in the South bound direction. You're backed up just about to par boulevard. Now we swing out to the Dublin area. This is on westbound 5 80 right near Hacienda accident here has the right lane and the off ramp asleep, partially blocked on that off ramp. It looks like this car took out a Good stretch a guard rail. So that's going to be a repair job later on for Caltrans, we do have some slow traffic at the scene. We've also got an accident. Unpleasant in the chill, not a body collision camp sees this off to the right shoulder. This is South 6 80 right before Burnell two cars involved and that one looking at the South Bay so far, you're off the hook here. I don't see any slow traffic through San Jose yet. But I do see a building up traffic on north. Wanna one heading out of San Martine as you make your way up, Tio. It's college He's done into Morgan Hill. It's just a little dip in the speeds that you're a bit under the speed limit, not stop and go, but definitely a little heavy. Here. You're next update is at 6 18 on the traffic leader, KCBS. On the day and the coast this morning after that, maybe a little haze in the air, But not much. These air quality index numbers are superb this morning compared to what we've seen in recent days..

Bay Bridge MacArthur interchange Caltrans CBS Biden San Jose Richmond Park San Martine South Bay Trump Burnell Dublin Gertrude Morgan Hill
"Snow in Central Park! In May!": Rare snowfall ties 1977 record

KYW 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

"Snow in Central Park! In May!": Rare snowfall ties 1977 record

"No it's not your imagination it's pretty wintry for this time of year in much of the country CBS's Tom Poti report almost a third of the month of may has come and gone surprisingly in much of the northeast one has not come and gone although it was mostly missing last few months winter weather CBS news weather contributor Jeff Burnell Central Park had its latest snowfall on record was tied for the latest snowfall record several places Newark airport ice of a couple of places to there were a couple of locations at our all time heaviest made snowfall on record Massachusetts had not seen measurable snow in may since two thousand two and on top the highest mountain in the northeast wind chill minus twenty two Tom forty CBS news

CBS Jeff Burnell Central Park Massachusetts Tom Poti Newark
California governor says community spread started at nail salon

Bloomberg Law

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

California governor says community spread started at nail salon

"The overwhelming majority of states will have relaxed at least some of their corona virus restrictions by tomorrow in an attempt to restart their economies correspondent Camilla Burnell report much of California is starting to re open we're now learning the first mill court of iris the tally in the U. S. dies from a heart ruptured triggered by the virus and on the first case of community spread in the state governor Gavin Newsom confirming it came from the nail salon but he held back on giving details their health and personal privacy obligations that are bigger and then any public statements that have to be abided by legal parameters as a relates that first

California Gavin Newsom Camilla Burnell
Former "Empire" actor's suit against Chicago PD dismissed

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Former "Empire" actor's suit against Chicago PD dismissed

"The the the last chief little churches over White year are three justice House suing economic weeks will governor lead ago to the sue adviser CNN Gavin the city Larry Newsom anchor of Chicago announced Kudlow and that other he claiming California got says ill he he was expects from the officials victim the new coronavirus the of way a saying for malicious businesses the state prosecution then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home but orders now a got federal will to be prevent it for judge and the them spread now has of to the a virus beaten week advertise later down violate Christina that to effort the the public first Cuomo this amendment writes all stems about on Instagram right their from safety the former to freedom that empire measures the couple's of religion actress teenage he claimed says and son that the assembly he was White beaten House Mario is by considering two but district men has judge who tested liability looked Hey suse positive a noose Burnell protection around for coke says his for with neck he nineteen employers and will uttered reject racist their in mom request and case says anti workers in her gay for post slurs or a restraining customers her heart Chicago hurts order do fall police more he says sick than determined our the heads government's the attack these a emergency Harvard days was because staged University powers her son professor in is during that sick small of health the that she corona policy says was one charged virus benefit Dr with outbreak is making Robert that a because false Blendon outweigh report Merial says has history the no what city sense with in sued normal the sars of taste times some outbreak of that or for smell the would cost has be of shown the investigation she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him and to it was rights eat the even actor's healthy months foods many countersuit for churches people that to have he feel otherwise that been confident has holding now wouldn't online even been resuming rejected touch services normal meanwhile I'm activities Oscar both and California mom wells Gabriel and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

Coke Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Wash Burnell Larry Newsom Gabriel Oscar Merial Robert Professor Cnn Gavin White Instagram Cuomo Christina Cristina California Kudlow Chicago
Former "Empire" actor's suit against Chicago PD dismissed

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Former "Empire" actor's suit against Chicago PD dismissed

"The the the last chief little churches over White year are three justice House suing economic weeks will governor lead ago to the sue adviser CNN Gavin the city Larry Newsom anchor of Chicago announced Kudlow and that other he claiming California got says ill he he was expects from the officials victim the new coronavirus the of way a saying for malicious businesses the state prosecution then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home but orders now a got federal will to be prevent it for judge and the them spread now has of to the a virus beaten week advertise later down violate Christina that to effort the the public first Cuomo this amendment writes all stems about on Instagram right their from safety the former to freedom that empire measures the couple's of religion actress teenage he claimed says and son that the assembly he was White beaten House Mario is by considering two but district men has judge who tested liability looked Hey suse positive a noose Burnell protection around for coke says his for with neck he nineteen employers and will uttered reject racist their in mom request and case says anti workers in her gay for post slurs or a restraining customers her heart Chicago hurts order do fall police more he says sick than determined our the heads government's the attack these a emergency Harvard days was because staged University powers her son professor in is during that sick small of health the that she corona policy says was one charged virus benefit Dr with outbreak is making Robert that a because false Blendon outweigh report Merial says has history the no what city sense with in sued normal the sars of taste times some outbreak of that or for smell the would cost has be of shown the investigation she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him and to it was rights eat the even actor's healthy months foods many countersuit for churches people that to have he feel otherwise that been confident has holding now wouldn't online even been resuming rejected touch services normal meanwhile I'm activities Oscar both and California mom wells Gabriel and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

Coke Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Wash Burnell Larry Newsom Gabriel Oscar Merial Robert Professor Cnn Gavin White Instagram Cuomo Christina Cristina California Kudlow Chicago
Former "Empire" actor's suit against Chicago PD dismissed

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Former "Empire" actor's suit against Chicago PD dismissed

"The the the last chief little churches over White year are three justice House suing economic weeks will governor lead ago to the sue adviser CNN Gavin the city Larry Newsom anchor of Chicago announced Kudlow and that other he claiming California got says ill he he was expects from the officials victim the new coronavirus the of way a saying for malicious businesses the state prosecution then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home but orders now a got federal will to be prevent it for judge and the them spread now has of to the a virus beaten week advertise later down violate Christina that to effort the the public first Cuomo this amendment writes all stems about on Instagram right their from safety the former to freedom that empire measures the couple's of religion actress teenage he claimed says and son that the assembly he was White beaten House Mario is by considering two but district men has judge who tested liability looked Hey suse positive a noose Burnell protection around for coke says his for with neck he nineteen employers and will uttered reject racist their in mom request and case says anti workers in her gay for post slurs or a restraining customers her heart Chicago hurts order do fall police more he says sick than determined our the heads government's the attack these a emergency Harvard days was because staged University powers her son professor in is during that sick small of health the that she corona policy says was one charged virus benefit Dr with outbreak is making Robert that a because false Blendon outweigh report Merial says has history the no what city sense with in sued normal the sars of taste times some outbreak of that or for smell the would cost has be of shown the investigation she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him and to it was rights eat the even actor's healthy months foods many countersuit for churches people that to have he feel otherwise that been confident has holding now wouldn't online even been resuming rejected touch services normal meanwhile I'm activities Oscar both and California mom wells Gabriel and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

Coke Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Wash Burnell Larry Newsom Gabriel Oscar Merial Robert Professor Cnn Gavin White Instagram Cuomo Christina Cristina California Kudlow Chicago
Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

"The the the chief little churches over White are three House suing economic weeks governor ago the adviser CNN Gavin Larry Newsom anchor announced Kudlow and that other he California got says ill he expects from officials the new coronavirus the way saying for businesses the state then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home orders got will to be prevent it for and the them spread now of to the a virus week advertise later violate Christina to the the public first Cuomo amendment writes about on Instagram right their safety to freedom that measures the couple's of religion teenage he says and son the assembly White House Mario is considering but district has judge tested liability Hey suse positive Burnell protection for coke says for with he nineteen employers will reject their in mom request case says workers in her for post or a restraining customers her heart hurts order do fall more he says sick than our the heads government's these a emergency Harvard days because University powers her son professor is during sick of health the she corona policy says one virus benefit Dr outbreak is Robert that because Blendon outweigh Merial says has history no what sense with in normal the sars of taste times outbreak or smell would has be shown she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him to rights eat even healthy months foods many for churches people that to have he feel otherwise been confident holding wouldn't online even resuming touch services normal meanwhile activities both and California mom and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

Robert Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Wash Oscar Harvard Burnell Cuomo Cnn Gavin Larry Newsom Gabriel Merial Blendon White Professor Coke White House Mario Instagram Christina Cristina California Kudlow
Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

"The the the chief little churches over White are three House suing economic weeks governor ago the adviser CNN Gavin Larry Newsom anchor announced Kudlow and that other he California got says ill he expects from officials the new coronavirus the way saying for businesses the state then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home orders got will to be prevent it for and the them spread now of to the a virus week advertise later violate Christina to the the public first Cuomo amendment writes about on Instagram right their safety to freedom that measures the couple's of religion teenage he says and son the assembly White House Mario is considering but district has judge tested liability Hey suse positive Burnell protection for coke says for with he nineteen employers will reject their in mom request case says workers in her for post or a restraining customers her heart hurts order do fall more he says sick than our the heads government's these a emergency Harvard days because University powers her son professor is during sick of health the she corona policy says one virus benefit Dr outbreak is Robert that because Blendon outweigh Merial says has history no what sense with in normal the sars of taste times outbreak or smell would has be shown she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him to rights eat even healthy months foods many for churches people that to have he feel otherwise been confident holding wouldn't online even resuming touch services normal meanwhile activities both and California mom and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

Robert Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Wash Oscar Harvard Burnell Cuomo Cnn Gavin Larry Newsom Gabriel Merial Blendon White Professor Coke White House Mario Instagram Christina Cristina California Kudlow
Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

"The the the chief little churches over White are three House suing economic weeks governor ago the adviser CNN Gavin Larry Newsom anchor announced Kudlow and that other he California got says ill he expects from officials the new coronavirus the way saying for businesses the state then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home orders got will to be prevent it for and the them spread now of to the a virus week advertise later violate Christina to the the public first Cuomo amendment writes about on Instagram right their safety to freedom that measures the couple's of religion teenage he says and son the assembly White House Mario is considering but district has judge tested liability Hey suse positive Burnell protection for coke says for with he nineteen employers will reject their in mom request case says workers in her for post or a restraining customers her heart hurts order do fall more he says sick than our the heads government's these a emergency Harvard days because University powers her son professor is during sick of health the she corona policy says one virus benefit Dr outbreak is Robert that because Blendon outweigh Merial says has history no what sense with in normal the sars of taste times outbreak or smell would has be shown she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him to rights eat even healthy months foods many for churches people that to have he feel otherwise been confident holding wouldn't online even resuming touch services normal meanwhile activities both and California mom and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

Robert Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Wash Oscar Harvard Burnell Cuomo Cnn Gavin Larry Newsom Gabriel Merial Blendon White Professor Coke White House Mario Instagram Christina Cristina California Kudlow
Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

"The the the chief little churches over White are three House suing economic weeks governor ago the adviser CNN Gavin Larry Newsom anchor announced Kudlow and that other he California got says ill he expects from officials the new coronavirus the way saying for businesses the state then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home orders got will to be prevent it for and the them spread now of to the a virus week advertise later violate Christina to the the public first Cuomo amendment writes about on Instagram right their safety to freedom that measures the couple's of religion teenage he says and son the assembly White House Mario is considering but district has judge tested liability Hey suse positive Burnell protection for coke says for with he nineteen employers will reject their in mom request case says workers in her for post or a restraining customers her heart hurts order do fall more he says sick than our the heads government's these a emergency Harvard days because University powers her son professor is during sick of health the she corona policy says one virus benefit Dr outbreak is Robert that because Blendon outweigh Merial says has history no what sense with in normal the sars of taste times outbreak or smell would has be shown she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him to rights eat even healthy months foods many for churches people that to have he feel otherwise been confident holding wouldn't online even resuming touch services normal meanwhile activities both and California mom and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

Robert Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Wash Oscar Harvard Burnell Cuomo Cnn Gavin Larry Newsom Gabriel Merial Blendon White Professor Coke White House Mario Instagram Christina Cristina California Kudlow
Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

"The the chief churches White are House suing economic governor adviser Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow and other California says he expects officials the way saying for businesses the state to bring stay back at customers home orders will to be prevent for the them spread of to the virus advertise violate to the the public first amendment about right their safety to freedom measures of religion he says and the assembly White House is considering but district judge liability Hey suse Burnell protection says for he employers will reject their in request case workers for or a restraining customers order do fall he says sick the government's a emergency Harvard University powers professor during of health the corona policy virus Dr outbreak Robert Blendon outweigh says history what with in normal the sars times outbreak would has be shown constitutional it could take weeks rights even months many for churches people to have feel been confident holding online resuming services normal activities and California does officials allow driving have already warned gatherings that masks as gloves long as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

White Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow California White House Professor Robert Blendon Harvard University Sars Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Wash
Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

"The the chief churches White are House suing economic governor adviser Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow and other California says he expects officials the way saying for businesses the state to bring stay back at customers home orders will to be prevent for the them spread of to the virus advertise violate to the the public first amendment about right their safety to freedom measures of religion he says and the assembly White House is considering but district judge liability Hey suse Burnell protection says for he employers will reject their in request case workers for or a restraining customers order do fall he says sick the government's a emergency Harvard University powers professor during of health the corona policy virus Dr outbreak Robert Blendon outweigh says history what with in normal the sars times outbreak would has be shown constitutional it could take weeks rights even months many for churches people to have feel been confident holding online resuming services normal activities and California does officials allow driving have already warned gatherings that masks as gloves long as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

White Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow California White House Professor Robert Blendon Harvard University Sars Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Wash
Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

"The the chief churches White are House suing economic governor adviser Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow and other California says he expects officials the way saying for businesses the state to bring stay back at customers home orders will to be prevent for the them spread of to the virus advertise violate to the the public first amendment about right their safety to freedom measures of religion he says and the assembly White House is considering but district judge liability Hey suse Burnell protection says for he employers will reject their in request case workers for or a restraining customers order do fall he says sick the government's a emergency Harvard University powers professor during of health the corona policy virus Dr outbreak Robert Blendon outweigh says history what with in normal the sars times outbreak would has be shown constitutional it could take weeks rights even months many for churches people to have feel been confident holding online resuming services normal activities and California does officials allow driving have already warned gatherings that masks as gloves long as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

White Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow California White House Professor Robert Blendon Harvard University Sars Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Wash
Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

"The the chief churches White are House suing economic governor adviser Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow and other California says he expects officials the way saying for businesses the state to bring stay back at customers home orders will to be prevent for the them spread of to the virus advertise violate to the the public first amendment about right their safety to freedom measures of religion he says and the assembly White House is considering but district judge liability Hey suse Burnell protection says for he employers will reject their in request case workers for or a restraining customers order do fall he says sick the government's a emergency Harvard University powers professor during of health the corona policy virus Dr outbreak Robert Blendon outweigh says history what with in normal the sars times outbreak would has be shown constitutional it could take weeks rights even months many for churches people to have feel been confident holding online resuming services normal activities and California does officials allow driving have already warned gatherings that masks as gloves long as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

White Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow California White House Professor Robert Blendon Harvard University Sars Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Wash
US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

"The churches are suing governor Gavin Newsom and other California officials saying the state stay at home orders to prevent the spread of the virus violate the first amendment right to freedom of religion and assembly but district judge Hey suse Burnell says he will reject their request for a restraining order he says the government's emergency powers during the corona virus outbreak outweigh what in normal times would be constitutional rights many churches have been holding online services and California does allow driving gatherings as long as congregants don't have personal contact I'm Jackie Quinn

Gavin Newsom California Jackie Quinn Suse Burnell
US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

"The churches are suing governor Gavin Newsom and other California officials saying the state stay at home orders to prevent the spread of the virus violate the first amendment right to freedom of religion and assembly but district judge Hey suse Burnell says he will reject their request for a restraining order he says the government's emergency powers during the corona virus outbreak outweigh what in normal times would be constitutional rights many churches have been holding online services and California does allow driving gatherings as long as congregants don't have personal contact I'm Jackie Quinn

Gavin Newsom California Jackie Quinn Suse Burnell
US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

"The churches are suing governor Gavin Newsom and other California officials saying the state stay at home orders to prevent the spread of the virus violate the first amendment right to freedom of religion and assembly but district judge Hey suse Burnell says he will reject their request for a restraining order he says the government's emergency powers during the corona virus outbreak outweigh what in normal times would be constitutional rights many churches have been holding online services and California does allow driving gatherings as long as congregants don't have personal contact I'm Jackie Quinn

Gavin Newsom California Jackie Quinn Suse Burnell
US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

"The churches are suing governor Gavin Newsom and other California officials saying the state stay at home orders to prevent the spread of the virus violate the first amendment right to freedom of religion and assembly but district judge Hey suse Burnell says he will reject their request for a restraining order he says the government's emergency powers during the corona virus outbreak outweigh what in normal times would be constitutional rights many churches have been holding online services and California does allow driving gatherings as long as congregants don't have personal contact I'm Jackie Quinn

Gavin Newsom California Jackie Quinn Suse Burnell
"burnell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"burnell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Counsel CBS news time now one eighteen we are first the traffic big problem out near pleasant and we've been keeping track for you let's get the latest now the turn once again to Frank Munich yeah with a little bit of light at the end of the tunnel of we got a call from saying of the case to be a phone for two thirds of the two right lanes of southbound six eighty past stone ridge Dr with now we opened in the wake of closure of that in turn in the wake of an injury crash involving the wrong way driver the far left lane in the southbound direction remains close to as does north bound traffic so northbound succeeding still completely shut down past Burnell road and before stone ridge Dr of Singh telling us that he saw a tow trucks hooking up to the cars involved in this crash so blames Mayberry open sooner rather than later we can certainly hope so in the meantime we're seeing of solid stop and go traffic on southbound six eighty from stone ridge drive down to the scene and a north bound six eighty traffic at a dead stop from Burnell rode on up to the scene of that crash go north bound to eighty just before page mill road on the peninsula we still have northbound lanes of two would be shut down by a crash there involving a wrong way driver you can always tweet us with what you see out there app KCBS AM FM traffic your next traffic updated one twenty eight on the traffic leader all right Frank annalistic that six day forecast now and sunshine is in the forecast for all six days very nice except for the partly cloudy skies overnight and the patchy fog that.

Singh Mayberry Frank annalistic CBS Frank Munich Burnell KCBS
"burnell" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"burnell" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"On the morning of February Fifth Nineteen Nineteen Twenty one eight year old. Frida Burnell left her home in Aber to Larry Whales to run an errand for her father. She never returned turned. My guest hosts Amanda Kenyon and Lucy are going to take over from here to discuss the details of the investigation into Freitas's disappearance. Thanks thanks Vanessa. So around ten. Am that morning. Fred Burnell fritos. Father began to grow concerned the Aaron he'd sent her on taking all of ten minutes and win. Nearly an hour came and went not took to the streets to look for her. He searched the entire morning but there was no sign of Freda. Fred began to panic his daughter. His little girl was gone. Fred alerted the town crier. Who made a village wide announcement notifying citizens of fritos disappearance that afternoon? Police set out to find the girl pull. Dozens of townspeople joined. The officials forming a massive search party that day they come the village and traverse the wooded hillsides hillsides when darkness fell there lamps could be seen flickering from the surrounding mountains by the next morning. After looking long into the night the search party had found no trace of Freda the girl had seemingly disappeared into thin air. A dark reality dawned on the village. Aber tillery something truly horrible had happened to Freda Burnell and soon their worst fears were confirmed after seven. Am on the morning of the sixth a coal oh minor named Edward. Thomas was walking to work out a quiet back lane when he spotted. What looked like a pile of rags but as Thomas drew closer? He realized how wrong he was there. In a crumpled heap was the body of Freda Burnell. She was found only a few hundred yards from her own doorstep. The coroner later reported that Freda had suffered a blow to her head. They also found signs of possible sexual assault but it was the cord still tied around her neck. That made it clear. The young girl had been strangled to death. Someone had brutally attacked and murdered an eight year old child. The people of Aber tillery had a monster in their midst. It's that same day. Two detectives from London Scotland Yard traveled to Aber to Larry to investigate the murder by the following Thursday. They'd received their most convincing. Lead an anonymous source lead them to the storage shed behind mortimer's shop where Freda Frieda had gone on her errand. The morning she disappeared inside they found little fritos handkerchief. Only a few people had a key to a structure including fifteen year old Herald Jones. The last known person to see Frida Burnell alive. The following week the boy was arrested did and charged with her murder. The people of adversary were outraged at the arrest. Jones was known and liked around town. He was smart well-spoken and came from but good family. No one would believe that one of their own still a child himself committed such a vicious act in the months leading up to Harold Jones trial groups of supporters organized the village to protest his innocence and on the day of the proceedings in June of nineteen twenty one. A parade of witnesses took the stand to sing. The boys praises everyone from his father to his school. Headmaster spoke of Jones's good character. Even Mr Mortimer. The shop's owner created a false alibi. To bolster Sir at the boys Defense Jones was eventually acquitted due to a reported lack of evidence and as he emerged from the courthouse. The House the entire town rejoiced crowds swarm Jones singing for. He's a jolly good fellow while they escorted him to a nearby restaurant. They're the teenager stood from a top table and delivered a speech. I thank you all. I do not hold a grudge against the people of adversary for the horrendous ordeal. I have been put through. Some accounts claim that the town council even presented him with a gold watch but their celebrations would only last so long just days after his release another girl eleven year old flory. Little went missing this time. However the body was found in an attic leading from Jones's bedroom her throat had been slit ear to ear? Shortly after Jones confessed to both the murder of flory little and Frieda Burnell but because he was only sixteen at the time he was saved from the gallows instead Jones was sentenced to an adult. Prison is in where he would spend the next twenty years of his life after his release he disappeared into the London streets. Nearly a a century later. Freda Cornell's murder continues to leave. Its tragic mark on Abertillery. The graves of both Frieda and flory remain main. Prominent in the town's cemetery where they're regularly tended to out of respect peril Jones allegedly returned to visit the girls gravesites after his release from prison when other townspeople recognized him. They ran him out of town today. The gravesites serve as an unspoken warning of the horrors neighbors can inflict on neighbors and as a reminder of the young lives that were taken far too soon soon. I'm Vanessa Richardson. Thanks again. Amanda Kenyon and Lucy for joining me. Today thanks Vanessa. Thanks for having a great time. Yeah thank you so much and you can find our show whining crime on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. Today in true crime is a podcast. Original you can find more episodes of today's true crime and all other parkas originals for free on spotify. Not only does spotify already. Have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals. Like today in true through crime for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream today in true crime on spotify. Just open the APP and type today in true the crime in the search bar at par cast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allowed to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram Graham at podcast and twitter at podcast network. We'll be back with the brand new episode tomorrow in True Crime Doc. Today and true crime was created by Max Cotler and is a park cast studios original it is executive produced by Max Cutler. Sound designed Zayn Bhai Trent Williamson with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden Isabella way. Travis Clark and Joel Stein this episode of today in True Crime I'm was written by. Alex Garland with writing assistance by neural Battelle. I'm Vanessa Richardson..

Herald Jones Freda Burnell Freda Fred Burnell Vanessa Richardson Aber Frida Burnell Freda Frieda murder spotify Amanda Kenyon Mr Mortimer Larry Whales Freda Cornell Harold Jones Aber tillery Defense Jones Lucy flory Frieda Burnell
"burnell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"burnell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS. Big IPO for Uber today. We'll get the latest from Jason Brooks. Right now, we're heading the Pleasanton for look at Friday morning traffic with George brass. Good morning, George. Good morning, Rebecca bad morning for the ride through Pleasanton. Six eighty south. It started off that way. Our accident occurring in the three o'clock hour this morning a little before actually. And now, it's the right lane blocked. Six eighty southbound south of Burnell north of signal castle would exit about midway between the two ramps of his big rig that went off the roadway sat on its side on the shoulder. They waited until after the commute to try to write it. That's why they've coned off the right hand lane. And traffic remains backed up all the way to the five eighty six eighty interchange. Nimitz Oakland has some problems just heard from a Ray or perhaps ROY of the KCBS phone force. Stalled big rig southbound at sixteen embark Darrow and then farther along you're gonna hit more slow traffic on the Nimitz from ninety two leading down to west Winton through Hayward out of. San Leandro, the Bayshore has its problems let's head to Menlo Park. And to the Chilton auto body collision camp by Brier right now. I'm looking at the close to two mile backup northbound highway one oh one heading towards toward willow road. Looks like the accident. There is possibly still in lanes may have been moved over the shoulder beyond that there's a separate accident in March. But that doesn't seem to be causing too much of a problem. And if the bay bridge westbound of very minor backup right now just a few cars down the center lanes. Even at the Richmond bridge. There's very little backup or delay. Next update. Ten eighteen traffic leader KCBS morning, clouds giving way to mostly sunny skies this afternoon, sixty seventy s at the beaches and bay low eighties inland, and it's already warming up.

Nimitz Pleasanton KCBS George Jason Brooks Richmond bridge bay bridge San Leandro Burnell Chilton Rebecca signal castle Hayward Darrow Menlo Park Oakland Brier Ray ROY
"burnell" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on KNSS

"Finding web Alaska was hit by a seven point zero earthquake just north of the city of Anchorage Friday, damaging roads buildings knocking out power Anchorage municipal manager, Bill falls. He says progress has been made in restoring utilities. The bottom line is that the power system is now functionally stable, and we do not expect that to change barring -nificant weather event where another earthquake independent Alaska governor Bill. Walker says it will take more than a week or two to repair roads. A group of Washburn university students have launched to start up the aims to combat hunger and change how Americans think about food by creating a protein powder made from crickets, the Topeka capital journal reports that six students formed the startup Agritech enterprises. Which recently won the Washburn entrepreneur pitch competition for their business idea. Washburn senior Jonathan Burnell says crickets. An excellent prospect for the company because of their nutritional value police say a man has been arrested on charges in the shooting death, the city's first homicide this year television station, K W, C H reports that twenty five year old Michael ET L was booked Friday afternoon in the Selena county jail on charges of murder, burglary and robbery police identified. The victim as thirty year old Justin Willingham, he was found shot to death early Friday morning. The Kansas City Chiefs have released running back Kareem hunt as the NFL is taking action following a releasing surveillance footage showing him attacking woman. Fox's Matt Napolitano reports in a statement released on Friday, the NFL announcing that Kansas City. Chiefs running back Kareem hunt will be placed on the Commissioner exempt list. Meaning he cannot practice with the team nor play or attend. Any games statement goes on to add the NFL's investigation which began immediately following the incident in February will include a review of the new information that was made public and quote that new information is surveillance footage obtained by. TMZ sports from Cleveland hotel hallway in the video seen shoving woman aggressively and also kicking her while she was crouched down. Police were called to the metropolitan on February tenth a nineteen year old woman accused the chiefs Pro Bowl running back of assault. But no charges were filed. And no one was arrested at the scene. Matt Napolitano, Fox News, Wendy overnight. Guests up to thirty miles an hour temperature in the mid thirties and some rain or snow showers possible for tomorrow only forty for the afternoon high, but we will have a little bit more sunshine. It stays gusty cloudy upper twenty s on Sunday night low thirties for a high on Monday. This is Kay NSS meteorologist Steve Hamilton at Cayenne SR Windsor out of the west twenty one miles per hour. We have light rain in its breezy. Thirty eight degrees. Cayenne s news now, I'm.

Kansas City Chiefs Kareem hunt NFL Matt Napolitano Bill Washburn university Cayenne Alaska Anchorage Washburn Justin Willingham Topeka capital journal Kansas City Steve Hamilton Fox News Agritech enterprises Walker Cleveland hotel Jonathan Burnell
"burnell" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on AP News

"Just slim bell Burnell says the money will go to the institute of physics it'll funds graduate scholarships for people from underrepresented groups, women members of ethnic minorities and refugees. She told the BBC that people from minority groups bring a fresh angle on things. And it's often a very productive thing. Bell Burnell won the breakthrough prize in fundamental physics on Thursday for her role in discovering radio pulsars, the discovery if the rotating neutron stars won the Nobel prize for physics in one thousand nine hundred seventy four but two of bell Burnell male colleagues were named the winners. CBS is looking for a new chief AP entertainment editor Oscar wells Gabriel reports the metoo movement has claimed another top entertainment executive. Let's move as out as head of CBS companies saying it's chairman has. Been shown the door a move that comes hours after the New Yorker magazine posted a story with a second round of sexual misconduct allegations against moon vez that brings to twelve now the number of women who have alleged mistreatment ranging from force oral sex groping and retaliation against those who resisted Moonves denies all this that we acknowledges having consensual relations with three of the women. I'm Oscar wells Gabriel. Journalist Bob Woodward says Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and White House chief of staff John Kelly are not telling the truth when they denied making statements about President Trump and his new book fear Kelly is quoted as calling Trump an idiot and Madison quoted saying that Trump has the understanding of a fifth or sixth grader, but they've said they didn't make those statements. Woodward asked on Monday on NBC's today show about their denial said, they're not telling the truth. He said these are political statements to protect jobs Woodward, who's won a Pulitzer prize. Staunchly defended the integrity of is reporting and said the book which comes out this week is carefully done as you can do excavation of the reality of what goes on. I.

bell Burnell Bob Woodward Trump CBS Oscar wells Gabriel institute of physics Pulitzer prize Nobel prize Oscar wells New Yorker magazine John Kelly BBC NBC Jim Mattis chairman chief of staff AP Moonves editor
"burnell" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on AP News

"Britain's leading astrophysicists is donating her three million dollar purse from a major science prize to encourage diversity in physics Jocelyn bell Burnell says the money will go to the institute of physics it'll fund graduate scholarships for people from underrepresented groups, women members of ethnic minorities and refugees. She told the BBC that people from minority groups bring a fresh angle on things. And it's often a very productive thing. Bell Burnell won the breakthrough prize in fundamental physics on Thursday for her role in discovering radio pulsars, the discovery if the rotating neutron stars won the Nobel prize for physics in one thousand nine hundred seventy four but two of bell Burnell male colleagues were named the winners. CBS is looking for a new chief AP entertainment editor Oscar wells Gabriel reports the metoo movement has claimed another top entertainment executives. Let's moon visits out as head of CBS the company saying its chairman. Has been shown the door a move that comes hours after the New Yorker magazine posted a story with a second round of sexual misconduct allegations against moon vez that brings to twelve now the number of women who have alleged mistreatment ranging from force oral sex groping and retaliation against those who resisted invest denies all this though he acknowledges having consensual relations with three of the women. I'm Oscar wells Gabriel. Journalist Bob Woodward says Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and White House chief of staff John Kelly are not telling the truth when they deny making statements about President Trump in his new book fear Kelly is quoted as calling Trump an idiot and Madison quoted saying that Trump has the understanding of a fifth or sixth grader, but they've said they didn't make those statements. Woodward asked on Monday on NBC's today show about their denial said, they're not telling the truth. He said these are political statements to protect their jobs Woodward, who's won a Pulitzer prize. Staunchly defended the integrity of is reporting and said the book which comes out this week is carefully done as you can do an excavation of the reality of what goes on. Hi, I'm Ralph Rousseau AP college football writer and host of the AP top twenty five college football podcast available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While there be sure to subscribe rate and review, that's the AP top twenty five college football podcast..

Bell Burnell Bob Woodward Jocelyn bell Burnell CBS Trump Nobel prize institute of physics AP Oscar wells Gabriel Pulitzer prize Oscar wells football New Yorker magazine BBC John Kelly Britain Ralph Rousseau NBC Jim Mattis
"burnell" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on AP News

"In physics. Justin, bell Burnell says the money will go to the institute of physics it'll funds graduate scholarships for people from underrepresented groups, women members of ethnic minorities and refugees. She told the BBC that people from minority groups bring a fresh angle on things. And it's often a very productive thing. They'll Burnell won the breakthrough prize in fundamental physics on Thursday for her role in discovering radio pulsars, the discovery if the rotating neutron stars won the Nobel prize for physics in one thousand nine hundred seventy four but two of bell Burnell male colleagues were named the winners. CBS is looking for a new chief AP entertainment editor Oscar wells Gabriel reports the metoo movement is claimed another top entertainment executive. Let's move as is out as head of CBS. The company saying its chairman has been shown the door a move that comes hours after the New Yorker magazine posted a story with a second round of sexual misconduct allegations. Against moon vase that brings to twelve. Now, the number of women who have alleged mistreatment ranging from force oral sex groping and retaliation against those who resisted when denies all this though, he acknowledges having consensual relations with three of the women. I'm Oscar wells Gabriel. Journalist Bob Woodward says Defense Secretary, Jim Madison and White House chief of staff. John Kelly are not telling the truth when they deny making statements about President Trump in his new book fear Kelly is quoted as calling Trump an idiot and Madison quoted saying that Trump has the understanding of a fifth or sixth grader, but they've said they didn't make those statements. Woodward asked on Monday on NBC's today show about their denial said, they're not telling the truth. He said these are political statements to protect their jobs Woodward, who's won a Pulitzer prize. Staunchly defended the integrity of is reporting and said the book which comes out this week is as carefully done as you can do an excavation of the reality of what goes on. Hi,.

bell Burnell Bob Woodward Trump CBS institute of physics Oscar wells Gabriel Pulitzer prize Nobel prize Oscar wells John Kelly New Yorker magazine BBC Jim Madison Justin chairman NBC chief of staff AP editor
"burnell" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on AP News

"Just slim bell Burnell says the money will go to the institute of physics it'll funds graduate scholarships for people from underrepresented groups, women members of ethnic minorities and refugees. She told the BBC that people from minority groups bring a fresh angle on things, and it's often a. Very productive thing. They'll Burnell won the breakthrough prize in fundamental physics on Thursday for her role in discovering radio pulsars, the discovery if the rotating neutron stars won the Nobel prize for physics in one thousand nine hundred seventy four but two of bell Burnell 's male colleagues were named the winners CBS is looking for a new chief AP entertainment editor Oscar wells Gabriel reports the metoo movement is claimed another top entertainment, executive, let's moon this out as head of CBS companies saying it's chairman has been shown the door a move that comes hours after the New Yorker magazine posted a story with a second round of sexual misconduct allegations against moon vase that brings to twelve now the number of women who have alleged mistreatment ranging from force oral sex groping and retaliation against those who resisted Moonves denies all this though he acknowledges having consensual relations with three of the women. I'm Oscar wells Gabriel. Journalist Bob Woodward says Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and White House chief of staff John Kelly are not telling the truth when they denied making statements about President Trump in his new book fear Kelly is quoted as calling Trump an idiot and Madison quoted saying that Trump has the understanding of a fifth or sixth grader, but they've said they didn't make those statements. Woodward asked on Monday on NBC's today show about their denial said, they're not telling the truth. He said these are political statements to protect their jobs Woodward, who's won a Pulitzer prize. Staunchly defended the integrity of his reporting and said the book which comes out this week is carefully done as you can do in excavation of the reality of what goes on. I I'm Ralph Russo. AP college football writer and host of the AP top twenty five college football podcast available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While there be sure to subscribe rating review, that's the AP top twenty five college football podcast..

Bob Woodward bell Burnell Trump AP Oscar wells Gabriel institute of physics Nobel prize Oscar wells CBS Pulitzer prize football John Kelly BBC New Yorker magazine Ralph Russo Moonves NBC Jim Mattis chief of staff
"burnell" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on AP News

"Is donating her three million dollar purse from a major science prize to encourage diversity in physics. Just slim bell Burnell says the money will go to the institute of physics it'll funds graduate scholarships for people from underrepresented groups, women members of ethnic minorities and refugees. She told the BBC that people from minority groups bring a fresh angle on things. And it's often a very productive thing. Bell Burnell won the breakthrough prize in fundamental physics on Thursday for her role in discovering radio pulsars, the discovery if the rotating neutron stars won the Nobel prize for physics in one thousand nine hundred seventy four but two of bell Burnell male colleagues were named the winners. Hurricane Florence is gaining strength is this slowly turns away in the Atlantic. National Hurricane Center specialist Daniel Brown says it's now category. Three storm. Is expected to make landfall later this week. Now, we're looking at potential for impacts in the southeast US Cuong south coast by Thursday or Friday has more exactly where it'll hit it's early but models haven't heading for the southeast or mid Atlantic. Co residents essentially from Georgia through the Carolinas and even into the mid Atlantic states need to be paying close attention to the forecast performed Brown says it's expected to game strength potentially reaching category. Four status, but that it will weaken once it hits land where rain and wind will be a real problem could produce a prolonged period of very heavy rainfall journalists Bob Woodward says Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and White House chief of staff John Kelly are not telling the truth when they denied making statements about President Trump in his new book fear Kelly is quoted as calling Trump an idiot and Madison quoted saying that Trump has the understanding of a fifth or sixth grader, but they've said they didn't make those statements. Woodward asked on Monday on NBC. Today show about their denial said, they're not telling the truth. He said these are political statements to protect their jobs Woodward, who's won a Pulitzer prize. Staunchly defended the integrity of is reporting and said the book which comes out this week is carefully done as you can do and excavation of the reality of what goes on. Hi, I'm Ralph Rousseau AP college football writer and host of the AP top twenty five college football.

bell Burnell Bob Woodward US Trump institute of physics Pulitzer prize Nobel prize Daniel Brown National Hurricane Center John Kelly Hurricane Florence Atlantic AP football Ralph Rousseau BBC NBC Cuong Jim Mattis
"burnell" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on AP News

"Of the all-time tennis, great says another grand slam crown do his career AP's, Mike Moriarty with a RAB from steamy. US open six seed Novak Djokovic claimed his second straight grand slam title following up. The Wimbledon championship by defeating third. Seed one more team Potrero in straight sets six three seven six six three twenty two thousand eighteen US open men's singles final Djokovic who missed last year's US open with an elbow injury, which he had surgery on early in two thousand eighteen discussed. How far he is coming up short amount of time. If you told me in February this year when I got the surgery that I'll win Wimbledon US Open. Would be hard to hard to believe for Djokovic is the fourteenth grand slam title of his career and his third US open as he was also victorious at Flushing Meadows in two thousand eleven and two thousand fifteen Mike Moriarty, New York. One of Britain's leading astrophysicists is donating her three million dollar purse from a major science prize to encourage diversity in physics. Just slim bell Burnell says the money will go to the institute of physics it'll funds graduate scholarships for people from underrepresented groups, women members of ethnic minorities and refugees. She told the BBC that people from minority groups bring a fresh angle on things. And it's often a very productive thing. They'll Burnell won the breakthrough prize in fundamental physics on Thursday for her role in discovering radio pulsars, the discovery if the rotating neutron stars won the Nobel prize for physics in one thousand nine hundred seventy four but two of bell Burnell male colleagues were named the winners journalist Bob Woodward says Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and White House chief of staff John Kelly are not telling the truth when they deny making statements about President Trump in his new book. Fear Kelly is quoted as calling Trump an idiot and Madison quoted saying that Trump has the understanding of a fifth or sixth grader, but they've said they didn't make those statements. Woodward asked on Monday on NBC's today show about their denial said, they're not telling the truth. He said these are political statements to protect their jobs Woodward, who's won a Pulitzer prize. Staunchly defended the integrity of is reporting and said the book which comes out this week is as carefully done as you can do an excavation of the reality of what goes on when posting on most job sites. You get candidates. I'm the.

Novak Djokovic US bell Burnell Bob Woodward institute of physics Pulitzer prize Nobel prize Trump Flushing Meadows Wimbledon BBC AP John Kelly New York NBC Britain Jim Mattis chief of staff White House
"burnell" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on AP News

"Its fourth weekend. But it's still scored a healthy second-place, adding another thirteen point six million dollars to its earnings. Meanwhile, four reviews helped relegate the weekends other new wide released to third. Peppermint has Jennifer garner back in an action role as a vigilante. I'm Ben Thomas. Tens of thousands of North Korean students have rallied in Pyongyang in the final major event of the country's seventieth anniversary the elaborate celebrations, showcase the nation's aspirations for economic growth and Korean unity. The rally featured university in high school students carrying torches that spelled out. Giants slogans and words when seen from above the square leader Kim Jong UN did not attend this year's anniversary downplayed the missiles and nuclear weapons that brought the country to the brink of conflict with the United States just one year ago. One of Britain's leading astrophysicists is donating her three million dollar purse from a major science prize to encourage diversity in physics. Just slim bell Burnell says the money will go to the institute of physics it'll funds graduate scholarships for people from underrepresented groups, women members of ethnic minorities and refugees. She told the BBC that people from minority groups bring a fresh angle on things. And it's often a very productive thing. Bell Burnell won the breakthrough prize in fundamental physics on Thursday for her role in discovering radio pulsars, the discovery if the rotating neutron stars won the Nobel prize for physics in one thousand nine hundred seventy four but two of bell Burnell male colleagues were named the winners. Hi, I'm making crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple pie. Podcasts and podcast one while you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio.

bell Burnell Nobel prize institute of physics Kim Jong UN Jennifer garner Pyongyang Ben Thomas Giants apple Britain United States BBC three million dollar six million dollars one year
"burnell" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on AP News

"Of Britain's leading astrophysicists is donating her three million dollar purse from a major science prize to encourage diversity in physics Jocelyn bell Burnell says the money will go to the institute of physics it'll fund graduate scholarships for people from underrepresented groups, women members of ethnic minorities and refugees. She told the BBC that people from minority groups bring a fresh angle on things. And it's often a very productive thing. They'll Burnell won the breakthrough prize in fundamental physics on Thursday for her role in discovering radio pulsars, the discovery if the rotating neutron stars won the Nobel prize for physics in one thousand nine hundred seventy four but two of bell Burnell male colleagues were named the winners after allegedly shooting. Her neighbor a white police officer in Dallas has been arrested AP correspondent, Ben Thomas reports on the manslaughter charge in the death of. Her black neighbor officer, amber Geiger was returning home from a shift last Thursday, what she told police dispatchers she mistakenly entered the apartment of both John thinking it was her own. What happened the next is not entirely clear, but it ended with the white officer fatally shooting the twenty six year old black man the group mothers against police brutality calls the arrest. A first step toward Justice and accountability. But adds that it should have come sooner. I'm Ben Thomas more than eight thousand gallons of jet fuel of spilled into a river in the northeastern Indiana city of Decatur AP. Correspondent Juliet Walker says crews are working to clean it up after a pipeline broke Buckeye pipeline says the fuel spilled into the Saint Mary's river indicator roughly one hundred miles northeast of Indianapolis, the company says it immediately shut down the line Friday evening when it detected a pressure problem. Local officials say booms were placed in the river to contain the fuel which was being vacuumed off the water surface. Decatur is mayor says. The cleanup could take weeks. The EPA is monitoring air and water quality. I'm Julie Walker. When working at a growing business. You wear many hats, the new business half the buying toner for the copy machine. Had the sifting through tonnes of resumes hat you can throw away that last.

officer Jocelyn bell Burnell Ben Thomas institute of physics bell Burnell amber Geiger Burnell Nobel prize Decatur BBC Britain Juliet Walker Julie Walker Dallas Indiana Indianapolis EPA Buckeye John
"burnell" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Decades go when professor Jocelyn bell. Burnell was a postgraduate student at Cambridge. She was the first to observe pulsars, but in nineteen seventy four. When a noble prize was awarded for that discovery, only her male colleagues were owners. Now, forty four years later, MS bell Burnell has been awarded a breakthrough prize for her role in that work. And it comes with a prize of three million US dollars, but MS Melbourne is not keeping that reward. She's donating it. We reached Jocelyn bell. Burnell on Bradford on in Bradford on Avon, England professor belt enough of a big congratulations to you on this award. Thank you three million dollars US. You've decided to donate your prize money. What? What is it you hope to do with it? I'm going to make it for any tax. I have to pay to the institute of physics, which is the professional body. See for physicists in the UK on Ireland for them to establish research student ships for minority people in physics and physics, being physics, minority people include women and you should know that there are limits because you as a female scientist encounter them in your own career, didn't you? Yeah, I was one of very few women around in Cambridge. The fuss majority graduates probably about eighty percent. Maybe ninety percents were male at that time and that time being what in the seventies, I believe right sixty sixty. And yet you made this remarkable discovery at the time of what we now call pulsars. Can you tell us the moment that you observe them? What was that moment like for you when you first discovered or I notice something went onto this discovery? Well, I I noticed something quite early on, and that wasn't particularly exciting. It was when I finally managed to get the signal in more detail, and it turned out to be pulses, regular poses the likes of which we had never seen before in radio, astronomy, and what were those pulses there from a star that spinning road. And it hasn't been a radio ways which sweeps on the sky as it spins a bit, like the way lighthouse works. And if the being shines on the earth, we see a flash oppose every time to star spins. How difficult was it for you to detect that? And then actually able to repeat that that experience, what did how rare was that moment? It was a very small normally that I was chasing up. We didn't have much in the way of computers thing. So I was using rows and rows and rows of chart paper, which flowed on depends which produced. We goes on the paper. I'm by the end of the exercise I had over three mile. Paper, five kilometers. A lot of it and this little signal as we were originally recording occupied about five millimeters in every five hundred meters, five minute meters in Hoffa all mature the fact that you were a female scientist that time. Did you have the people have doubts new did? Did you have this same kind of responses, perhaps a male scientists would have? Did you have doubts of in your own work at that time? I certainly had doubt so it was quite over all when I arrived in Cambridge, because on till then I'd been in the north and west of the country, and Cambridge was deep south and very affluent, and civilized and suave. I was quite overrode by all this. And that was one of the reasons I was being very, very Sarah. That's really goes to do good work. While in here, this is serious risks that they're going to throw me out because I'm not breaking off having. Fun to signals. Perhaps the most interesting was the interviews by press newspapers, television. When we announced the discovery, there'd be the two of us, Tony Hewish, my advisor and myself on the press would us Tony Hewish about the astrophysical significance of this discovery. And then they turned to me for what they called the human interest on. They wanted to know my waist bust chest hers. Jerry waste bus than hip sizes are toll. I was many boyfriends I had. It won't describe my hair as Brunetti bloomed tonight or. It was. It was bizarre and it was offensive and the newspaper photographers, we'd asked me to undo some of the buttons of my blues. So I find that extremely difficult, but I felt I wasn't in that position to kick up of. I was stood only a student at to right to ceases graduate and get references. I'm listening to this description description with my jaw open..

MS bell Burnell Cambridge Jocelyn bell professor institute of physics Tony Hewish US Hoffa scientist MS Melbourne Brunetti Bradford England UK Avon Ireland advisor three million dollars five hundred meters forty four years
"burnell" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on Twinovation

"So i would definitely like if we you're driving by sea like you wanna you wanna try it out customer as an investor dave dave i don't know dude it's tough it's a little blowed he i think it needs to to shave three hundred million dollar price i will be out as an investor 'cause i i'm going to see a percent of percent of a percentage on this getting mad shit i see two fatal flaws i i think you need to throw wheels in there i think you need to take the snow out of the occasion you basically wanna put wheels on skis and you want rollerblade options or like a snowboard that has wheels on it we we don't heels because you're on a treadmill and i don't think that we're going to keep gravity takes care of that problem as long as it's sloped burnell i'm saying the snow is what your skis work that's why you can well the artificial snow day by soon the tech is there to the real thing i don't know but mike you presented the initial problem it's the how does the snow stay on the treadmill never really got an answer to that does this go stay on the treadmill that's gravity folks flips upside down to read to reenter the treadmill the trabbie the bottom feeds feed so that fresh packed snow so you're saying that there's there's about six to twelve inches being thrown on at the very bottom at the speed at which we're going down would believe so three hundred million dollar price tag sounds a little bit more.

dave dave burnell mike three hundred million dollar twelve inches
"burnell" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Through the week kristen johanson kyw news radio problems continuing but goes highspeed line after several people were hurt this morning but a tree and struck a downed paul burnell told things will be back to normal until tomorrow after the morning rush here's kyw is just a noodle it happened during the morning commute between ferry avenue and broadway in camden co were hit by our cars israel curry earlier poll be conduit from wall delaware river port authority ceo john hansen said soon after that attack oh train hit the electrical poll in that resulted in a system wide service outage were injuries are reported none of them are lifethreatening beko has limited services they continue to work on the line were not really sure what happened we are experts are looking at this right now justin trudeau kyw newsradio the now the eyewitness weather five day forecast cloudy uncalled tonight with a stray rain or snow shower the low thirty three some steadier rain n mixing with no along the coast but in the city tonight should be relatively quiet tomorrow's a different story mid day a period of snow will move through the area it'll come down generally lightly accumulating around an inch in the city up to around two inches in our northwest suburbs but it could slow things down on area roadways generally between 9 and 3 is when we expect the snow the high tomorrow thirty seven wednesday is mostly sunny and cold high thirty five thursday mostly cloudy high forty seven thursday night rain will develop in it could mix with and then change to a period of snow friday morning not much in the way of accumulation maybe in their coating to an inch but could slow down your friday morning commute friday's high thirty five saturday so sunny.

paul burnell john hansen kristen johanson camden co wall delaware river ceo lifethreatening beko justin trudeau two inches five day
"burnell" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Says that she sent condolences to the people who were injured records from nine one one called show the woman called police in 2011 and said her son had threatened her with a twelve inch knife a year before she said her son smacked her in the head and locked her in the bathroom for telling them to stop playing video games the mom told officers her son was on medication to ca control his temperature are temper a man has been arrested for allegedly planning to detonate a car bomb in downtown oklahoma a oklahoma city fbi assistant special agent in charge rowell buhanga says jerry vare now initially wanted to blow up the federal reserve building in the nation's capital or no exposed to deserves third that of new revolution whose targets include included is the crucial villiers's to the us government located in washington dc federal agents posed as people helping burnell detonate the bomb near a bank saturday burnell was arrested when he pushed a button he thought would bring down the building so cal airquality officials and health officials in la county say the equality in the san gabriel in santa glory to valleys is unhealthy and it's going to be that way for the next couple of days people with breathing problems and other health conditions of untold who limit outdoor activities today and tomorrow hawthorn based space x has launched a falcon nine rocket loaded with three tons of supplies for the international space station they include an hb supercomputer and some ice cream the rocket lifted off from kennedy space center this morning and successfully landed the first stage of the rocket on a landing pad at cape canaveral so it can be reused again a national report based on research by ucla harvard medical school and the nonprofit rand corporation says american worker are pretty stressed out lead study author and nicole masta says more than one in five workers surveyed say they have faced hostile and threatening conditions at work within the past month and even include verbal abuse threat humiliating behaviour unwanted sexual attention bullying or harassed and more than three thousand worker were surveyed for the report more than half of those polled also reported working off the clock to meet workplace demands only thirty eight percent said their job offered good prospects for advancement traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center stalled big rig in west coming on.

oklahoma assistant special agent rowell buhanga jerry vare villiers washington la county kennedy space center ucla harvard medical school rand corporation nicole masta fbi us burnell cape canaveral honda thirty eight percent twelve inch three tons