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"experimental aircraft association" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"experimental aircraft association" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Guest. That's dick convince ski he's director of communications for the experimental aircraft association. The EA dick. Welcome to the airplane, geeks podcast. Well, thank you so much. It's great to be here. Always a pleasure. Talking to you, especially before. We're getting ready to go to Oshkosh. Yes. We are the, the, the big event of the year is coming up. Pretty quick. I think July twenty second through twenty eight twenty nineteen and we're going to be talking with dick about your venture Oshkosh coming up. But first, we've got a little bit of news. We want to hit up on. And so ask is everyone ready running from the west. I story, you know, I saw this on the news tonight, a travel nightmare, waking up cold and alone in a darkened plane. Mexico was an Air, Canada flight, I think, from Quebec City to Toronto indeed. And you know, this is not the first time we've had a story like this, I can't remember the last one was in Canada as well. Probably not. But boy, if you're gonna wake in the, you know, cold, dark, airplane, you'd like to be in a warmer country which this did happen in the, the summertime but I think it's a little ironic is that the, the passenger Tiffany Adams said that she had been the little anxious on the the flight to begin with. And then she fell asleep says who's experiencing anxiety and insomnia. And when she woke up gosh, she was in the back of the plane by herself aircraft was dark and cold, and it was moved back away from the terminals. Of course, what would anybody do you whip out your cell phone, and of course, the battery was dead? There. She was an airplane trying to figure out now. What do I do next? She apparently made her way, up to the cockpit and found a flashlight and then she figured out how to open the main door without apparently, deploying the shoot, which are the, you know. The, the water shoot there and from there. She just went ahead and flash. The flashlight on the exterior of the aircraft, which all that was rather clever that would tend to magnify the, the flashlight and eventually a luggage, cart driver Cape over. So she apparently has still having trouble sleeping because she says he has reoccurring nightmares about, you know, a waking alone locked up in someplace, dark. So what a what a tough experience. I guess I mean I would have seen it kind of as an adventure. First thing I would look for is where's the food, after I found a flashlight I think, but maybe the big issue is. How was she not seen by the crew, or the, the cleanup people or whatever that you would expect with kind of run through the airplane? I mean, maybe not necessarily always expecting to find a passenger. Still in the plane, but, you know, somebody could have forgotten a bag or there could be something else left that either was left by mistake or was intentionally left with ill intent. So I think that's kind of concerning. I don't know. Dick, what do you think if you'd woken up in the dark and realize that you on on an airplane? What do you think you'd do next? Well, I look for the keys, I up in the cockpit soup we can turn the thing on and get going. All that aside, that is a little bit amazing. Because usually the flight crew makes check of everything, and then the cleanup crew and so forth. We'll go through an airliner to find those sort of things that is a little bit odd. I'm not sure how sometimes you know, the discount airline has some surprises for you. I guess. Well this was this was Air Canada. So should be a discount airline. So, yeah, that's something for Air Canada to investigate. I think try to understand what happened. What didn't happen that should have happened. I the well, I guess, different people are frightened by different things of if it was me, I, I guess I wouldn't have been as anxious, maybe.
"experimental aircraft association" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Is Neil Hanson. Spent some time with air America flying in south East Asia. And he has written a book, the the book be available as of March first, and there's going to be a the premiere of the book is going to be held in Oshkosh on what date is it. Neil. That's going to be the ninth of March fabulous. So there they're going to be a big wing dang for this. That's going to be. We're we're watching Oshkosh is going to be held at the experimental aircraft association museum theater. That'll be fun. Won't it? Yes. It will in you and Luang gross Cup collaborated on on the book flight. Now where we left off you. You join air America. And you you take off where where do you go to meet up with air America? Well, I met up with air America to the Washington Post. And then I got a phone interview from h h Dawson who was in charge of personnel. Hiring back in those days. And the first thing he answered asked me was can you fly? Good. Well, Josh, you know, how do you answer that? Yeah. The wreckage is still burning. But I I made it out of it. No, I yeah. I can fly. And these next question of these two question interview, which you drink a lot. Well, obviously, he didn't know pilots. No. Going to sober up enough to find the airplane outside. I found out later after I'd give notice to the union one of the lawyers that it was on or came up to the cockpit and said I hear you're leaving. I said, yes. And he says air America, and he never skipped. Oh, yeah. The CIA. And of course, you get great visions of -tarian pirates stuff. They all comicstrip attack in no station, all sorts of during do JAMES BOND, all of those people did wild and wonderful things were secret services. But the reality is far from the truth is much cruder and Margaret. Rarely has happy endings. You, and I have talked that I have a friend that we've lost touch with who flew for air, America and his wife. Lived with him over in south East Asia. Right. He said, you know, looking back that was pretty bizarre. But you know, it was more of a family life than being that that spy kind of scenario. Right. People brought their families over their wives and kids and things like that even decide God after the military, shipped all dependence home. And we lived there with the locals. We did not live in barracks regarded compounds we lived in with local housing and eight to local food, and of course, suffered the local indignities of the revenge of local food. Yeah. Yeah. Did it make you nervous when you realize that you were flying for the CIA? Did did you think? Well this. This can't be safe. Not really 'cause you're all back in that era. People were just really a maverick by the JAMES BOND things. They were out and things like that. And that they thought we were invincible people very romantic viewpoint. But it doesn't work that way. But the the CIA your America. Did they did show you to the wolves? Yes. Sometimes there was a lot of glitches when you consider a lot of these master plans and plots were developed in the United States play somebody's sitting behind the desk. And then he decides, hey, this is something these guys ought to do. Well, once was I was supposed to smuggle a guy into Thailand. And the funny part about that was I was sitting in the airplane at twin beach that and don't look at the guy when he gets out of the car and gets in the airplane. They don't want me to look at him at all. Well, fine. I did that and got over to talk Lee north of Bangkok and drop this guy off into another curtain card off you went who the hell it was. It could have been Adolf Hitler. It does. Position was but tax you back out the time military fell on me. And what the hell I was doing that. Well, you used to get real stupid that time and tell them, you know, I got lost. And after Channing me for about a week and giving up on questioning the stupid pilot. They let me go back. Wow. So you're you're flying out of Saigon. Yes. Where is that? Where most of the air, America pilots were located was gone. No, no, we had basis in Saigon. And also, then Chen Laos. Yeah. Yeah. Laos with a totally different ballgame neutral country, and there's not supposed to be any combatants or anything else. Going on up there. And in then Chen itself, the Russians were there, a red China were there the path they allow the communists allows the North Vietnamese were there everybody was there. French further still. Outside of town. Everybody shout at each other. Thank god. They never all got together. We would have been toast. Did you ever find out who it was that you flew to Thailand? No never did. And the Thailand police they they showed up after you drop this guy off. They didn't nail him. That's right. Now, this one was eight assured me that don't worry about it. Yeah. Yeah. You worry about those things. Yeah. It was another one later on. If you me to go into another. Well, we'll we'll talk about that in the in the next segment. Concern you to worry you that there's a guy behind you. You're not supposed to look at them that this guy may be off his rocker. And he's behind you. Well, yeah. Those kind of cross your mind think so escort along to make sure I didn't see this guy. Came into the cockpit closed cockpit door. I just absolutely amazing. Neil. We are going to take a break, and we'll come back, and we'll have more conversation.
"experimental aircraft association" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Of aviation on eight three oh WCC. Our gassed us, Patrick Kalugin. And we've been talking about his career. But one of the things that he's got the fire in the belly over is when it comes to the experimental aircraft association, which he is on the board. And you have a Bank would coming up in October. If you can tell us about that, Patrick sure L, it's we have an annual banquet every year and this year normally we invite our chapter members, and they bring their significant other. But this year, I think I have a really good speaker lined up sore decided to open it up to everyone the banquets on Sunday October fourteenth. And it's at a place called the Royal cliff? The banquet hall in Egan, Minnesota, fossils clip road. Just west of cedar avenue and social hour is going to start at five thirty with a cash bar at six thirty. We're going to serve. Up's a really good food. It's made on site there the shops and that at eight o'clock, we'll have our guest speaker and this year. It's a Neil Hamson who flew for the CIA secret airline air America, not during the Vietnam war. And I know you've had Neil on your show before I'll tell you. He's got some interesting stories to tell. I can believe that I've been reading some of his. Bio-information here. And then I did watch the movie the other day air America, the one with Mel Gibson in there. Bovine in Laos and over there in Vietnam. So it should be just a fantastic evening. So like last year we had one hundred and twelve people there are members and other spouses, but this year, I've I've asked him to open the wall up and double the size. So we're hoping to get up to two hundred people. People can get tickets. They can go online all you have to do as a Google. It's called Brown. Paper tickets. I had never heard of them before. But it's a company that you can list your event, and they go Brown paper tickets and just type in the search EA. It'll pop up a chapter twenty five banquet and tickets. If you're an EA member any place in this country will sell you a tickets for thirty dollars and for nonmembers thirty five dollars. And and again, I think it's important to point on Neil Hanson's going to be the keynote speaker at this and Neil this has some incredible stories to tell. As as a pilot for air, America. And then after air America, he was flying for I'm trying to remember who it was. Some. Was your America? When you he made the last flight out of out of Cambodia Phnom Penh. Well, he got out just in time out of their when the camera we shop over he got out. I mean, actually within minutes before they took over the airport there, whatever in Cambodia, so. Yeah. For somebody out of I think, it was New Zealand or whatever their pilots don't some other kind of flying. But the big one like you say was getting out of Cambodia just in time. Yeah. All those places. Yeah. I mean, it's a Harry story. I've got a couple of air, America pilots on the show Sam Duprey and Neil. And they both tell similar stories. You talk about harrowing they could they couldn't carry any personal identification with them. And if they were taken captive, the United States would disavow any knowledge of who they were. I've heard stories like this to I've not heard either one of them talks. I'm really looking forward to this. But but you're right. It was a covert operation, and they fired. Our government was concerned. They didn't exist. Yeah. And they were were not officially working for the CIA. They had they had an idea they were working for the CIA, but they didn't know for certain. Which which was good if they were ever captured. Sure, I mean, and, you know, the the the flying conditions and the strips that they would land on to pick up or drop off supplies, wink, wink, nod nod sometimes. The pilots weren't sure exactly what they were carrying. But it's it's I'll tell you what if you have an opportunity to go to the Bank Tober fourteenth of the Royal Bank would Holland Egan. I would highly recommend it not not only are you becoming involved with a great organization chapter twenty five of the, but you're going to hear some great stories from Neil Hanson. I appreciate that. I really do. We're open for a big turnout. I'm hoping for two hundred people also want to mention that you're on the board of directors of the Minnesota aviation hall of fame all wanna mention that again and every year you get up and announce scholarship recipients tell us about that. And how people go about applying for that. Not case they can Google Minnesota aviation hall of fame, and our website will come up. There was one of your choices and then click on scholarships, and there's some information on there on how to go ahead. Email Email me your applications. You're right. We did you about three last year. One of them. We gave out. I just saw Larisa check. She was on TV last night. She goes to mankato's state, and they just put out a commercial about their aviation program down there. So I'm watching the ten o'clock news last night in here. She was hospital gave her a scholarship we give out the Ken doll Berg one in the Don Heinz Henry, adding one more this year, General George Shultz dead who was inducted two years ago when you had our Bank with their he's started scholarship now too. So we'd love to have people apply. Very good. Patrick this hour has flown by and.
"experimental aircraft association" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Two to six an toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two to six on the world of aviation at eleven ten tonight. Patrick Halligan will be gone. Flew for the Air National Guard, he flew C one thirties. And after that he was lying for Republic airlines. He's on the board of directors of the Minnesota aviation hall of fame, and he's also on the board of the EA experimental aircraft association, and this is just one of the all-time. Good guys. That'll be at eleven ten tonight. Meanwhile, we'll have the line open this for the next hour and a half. Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley today. Unloaded a torrent of criticism on Senator Dianne Feinstein for her handling the sexual assault accusations against the premium nominee Brad Kavanagh telling the ranking democrat on the committee. I can't overstate how disappointed I am saying Feinstein chose to sit on the allegations. Until the politically opportune moment Grassley demanded she immediately tone over a turnover and unredacted copy of the letter from Kavanagh's occur. Accuser. Christine blazey Ford, the style Stein received back in July. Feinstein share the letter with federal authorities and other senators only last week days before a key judiciary committee vote on Kavanagh's confirmation after a leak about the letter was published in the intercept Republicans accused Democrats of orchestrating that leak. Grassley who called the document a significant piece of evidence in judge Kavanagh's confirmation process. So that despite multiple requests, he's still has access only to a redacted copy of the letter included in supplemental background materials provided by the FBI to a select group of senators. He asserted that he needs the full version of the document in order to prepare for Monday's hearings into the allegations against cavenaugh for his lawyers strongly suggested in a letter late Tuesday that she won't appear at the hearing until the FBI conducts a full investigation in Newark claims. In a follow up letter today. The lawyers Lisa banks endeavour cats doubled down on that request. Even as Republicans characterized it as a stall tactic that did not excuse Ford from providing sworn testimony before the Senate. What's your take on all of this is this a an attempt by the Democrats to stall the confirmation hearing until after the general election in November? They're hoping that they will have the majority in the congress at that point. Particularly in the Senate. So then they can get a thumbs down. Will they do that with every nominee? President Trump was forward. What is your take on this? I hope that forward. Professor doctor Ford, I hope that she will testify on Monday. At this point. She's saying no I've heard that the FBI is saying there's nothing for us to investigate investigate. This is not a criminal matter. This is a matter for a supreme court hearing. Neil. You're coming up next. Don't go away our phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two to six an toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six nine thirty one central time. News talk eight three oh, W C, L or Android smartphone..
"experimental aircraft association" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Six five nine eight nine nine two to six an toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two to six on the world of aviation at eleven ten tonight. Patrick Halligan will be on. He. Flew for the Air National Guard, flew C one thirties. And after that he was lying for Republic airlines. He's on the board of directors of the Minnesota aviation all of fame, and he's also on the board of the EA experimental aircraft association, and this is just one of the all-time goodguys that'll be at eleven ten tonight. Meanwhile, we'll have the the line opens for the next hour and a half. Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley today. Unloaded a torrent of criticism on Senator Dianne Feinstein for her handling the sexual assault accusations against the premium court nominee Brad Kavanagh telling the ranking democrat on the committee. I can't overstate how disappointed I am saying Feinstein chose to sit on the allegations. Until a politically opportune moment Grassley demanded she immediately tone over a turnover and unredacted copy of the letter from Kavanagh's acu-. User, Christine blazey forward, the style of Einstein received back in July. Feinstein share the letter with federal authorities and other senators only last week days before a key judiciary committee vote on Kavanagh's confirmation after a leak about the letter was published in the intercept. Republicans have accused Democrats of orchestrating that leak. Grassley who called the document a significant piece of evidence in judge Kavanagh's confirmation process said that despite multiple requests, he still has access only to a redacted copy of the letter included in supplemental background materials provided by the FBI to a select group of senators. He asserted that he needs the full version of the document in order to prepare for Monday's hearings into the allegations against cavenaugh for lawyers strongly suggested in a letter late Tuesday. That she won't appear at the hearing until the FBI conducts a full investigation in Newark claims. In a follow up letter today. The lawyers Lisa banks endeavour cats doubled down on that request. Even as Republicans characterized it as a stall tactic that did not excuse Ford from providing sworn testimony before the Senate. What's your take on all of this? Is this an attempt by the Democrats to stall the confirmation hearing until after the general election in November? They're hoping that they will have the majority in the congress at that point. Particularly in the Senate. So then they can be thumbs-down. Will they do that with every nominee? President Trump puts forward. What is your take on this? I hope that forward. Professor for Dr Ford, I hope that she will testify on Monday. At this point. She's saying no I've heard that the FBI is saying there is there is nothing for us to investigate investigate. This is not a criminal matter. This is a matter for a supreme court hearing. Nail. You're coming up next. Don't go away our phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two to six am toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six nine thirty one central time. News talk eight three, oh, w it all starts with just one thing.
"experimental aircraft association" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Teresi. A discovery of my producer, Ben Anderson. You discovered her then welcome to the show. First of all you run the show. Do the show you make this show happen, but it's been long overdue of few weeks ago. Lease Graham, the former producer has gone off to become a movie makers gonna probably the herald Ramos film school, and she was great. But it's been great to have you here too. So it's about time you came in here who is the singer that you've discovered that is my friend Teresa Eamon, and I've known her for a couple of years now, but she performs at an event I end up in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, which is one of the great subcultures to me. Will you just heard Roger tell you about some storm? That's coming. Rush cash, and you don't really get the needle Hainault out here. Like you used to it and he's Baber overs or go to the bar during the show before or after the show. So it's been in dribs and drabs that I've gotten to know Ben getting to know where he lives and where he's from over the last few weeks learned that his passion, his real passion is planes expand on that. Because it's just not like to one of those goose who pulls over and takes pictures of planes. Get going O'Hare much more in. I did spare my fair share of time at the at the terminal at O'Hare in my youth. When when you were allowed to do the right, right, right? What is it that fired? Your passion for plans family history is word started. My great grandfather was one of the original thirteen officers that started the army air corps is that right? That's correct. Where he was based out in California at the time down near Pasadena, and he would tell you stories of that. Or unfortunately, I never got. To speak with them on those stories. He passed before I was old enough to the stories were passed down through my grandfather. And my my dad, and my uncle, and you would see pictures. You don't feel that must have been so intriguing for you as as a little kid, very very some of the stories in hearing who he trained in some of our famous aces of World War One. A former air marshal for the the army. Air corps were all his trainees. Would he'd Anderson at that time have gotten into that line of work, shall we say? Seems like it's a very unusual kind of career rain wasn't a career at that time. No. He certainly March to the beat of his own drum was a man that just ingenious and what he wanted to do. He just went out. And did what about your grandfather and father were the plane crazy to plane crazy? Yes. Not as hands on my great. Grandfather was but. In what ways? There's always just been a passion involvement through organizations and different pilot groups and such. The thing that really really intrigued me and again, then spent some days at the. Air venture, an astonishing kind of gathering of some ten thousand aircraft more than you gotta just this. Because. It doesn't get sadly, I think in many ways, it doesn't get coverage in in the mainframe, president may have been any stories about listen the Tribune missed you. Indirectly probably saw one. Yeah. That that little incident that shut down lakeshore drive for a little bit. Yeah. It was an aircraft that came from the air show. Did it really? Well. Not one of the. City you want? Flu under that. He landed on thought, I thought it was unbelievable. What is this thing EA? So the is the experimental aircraft association, and it was founded by Paul pope says knee believe back in the mid sixties is when I started and gave people the opportunity to focus on building their own aircraft and the garage pilots more or less building planes than the home built. No forgive my naivete, I build model airplanes planes it actually fly that fly. When did that become something that a? Relatively normal person do as a hobby. Let's. I got too many of these people are hobbyists this is there. Yeah. I mean, it's a bug and once you get bit. I mean, you were just in for the long haul. Well, obviously, how many people came to this thing figure. I saw some story is like the approximately six hundred thousand people attend that this year when I was up there. And that's the only people that purchase tickets to the gate. So that doesn't include the five years or gatecrasher or the five thousand plus volunteers. It takes to put it on vendors exhibitors, things of that nature. You're obviously not shocked at my lack of knowledge about this is this is this is a subculture. But it's interesting to me. Well, you are expressed over the last few weeks. You're unbelievable passionate Okon went up to see this. He he did. And I got up there and cash showed him my small horseshoe. This as well. Or just curious. He is passionate for aviation. I believe he has family history there as well. And when he found out that I go up every year and have been attending my my whole life. It's been on his bucket list. So I arranged some things and we got him up there with media pass and did some funster. What did you think? He was overwhelmed and most people are. Who are the people who go to this thing there? You are someone with a certain history, which justifies your passion in many ways. What about some of the most of these people have a history with aviation? Not everyone. I think it just everybody anybody that's ever. Just pause to look up at a plane can get bit by the bug. And that's really where it begins. But it seems to me to be a big step from being bitten by the building. That's true. That's commitment. Total total commitment. We gotta take a break. I'm gonna I'm gonna we're gonna talk only about planes. I said we'd have been on dangerous himself to the audience. But you're getting a really good introduction. Not just to better Anderson. Who's extraordinarily good talented producer. We won't talk about always. Bouncer days at bars, which and I can certainly talk for hours about I want to concentrate on this on this aviation thing. This is is always in Oshkosh. Yes. Now nowadays next year will be the fiftieth year is the fiftieth. How many of you go into this year was my thirty fifth year there, you gotta be kidding me. If you knew Ben Anderson, you would think that he was old enough to have gone anywhere for thirty five young looking kid. We'll take a break and come back. I'll tell you that former blackouts Jamal mayers joins the Steve Cochran show Monday at eight forty and Ben Anderson will be back to tell you more of his adventures after this..
"experimental aircraft association" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"WC CEO John Heinz with you on a Tuesday morning from. The state, fair I, mentioned this coming up when we get to mid morning money at, the bottom of the hour a conversation with Craig bane from Bain O'Leary as. A matter of fact he came out to the state fair so if you've got some questions for the retirement experts Minnesota's retirement experts will be. Able to get some of those live out. Here as well today's WDC radio state. Fair sponsor is senior home healthcare carrying for veterans. And their families and. You can come by and visit with them while we're. At the fair so just a lot going on, this is mentioned earlier today is military appreciation. Day there is going, on right now up. At the band shell, I know that the red bulls. Are performing there's going to be a fly over, I, believe the flyover unless I missed it already I don't think so the day is commemorated though a special opening flag-raising ceremony they did this up at the line e lodge this year's military appreciation day active I should say, honor Minnesota women veterans and servicemembers more. Than fifty educational booths and organizations that support the military, on hand including gubernatorial proclamation from governor Mark Dayton on the USAA yellow ribbon proclamation day. Hey something, else cool, over here is the experimental aircraft association I don't think I've seen, these guys out here before but there are representing Oshkosh in the air show. It is the experimental aircraft association's spirit of aviation booth it's also on the same block that we are just around the corner from where we. Are so never a shortage of things to. Do even in the rain and smart. Folks are walking around with umbrellas or rain gear. On you see a. Lot of ponchos happening we're out of ponchos now I. Believe you're right or do we still have WBZ, we've got more oh okay good They're selling ponchos, out here why give it away when you could. Actually, sell. It And so we did want to say, thanks to the Minnesota lottery though for bringing out all the free samples. Out here who. Knows maybe we'll pull a winner two out of the, crowd today it's ten thirty let's take this break with. The latest traffic and weather. And then a conversation with Craig bane from Bain O'Leary If you have an iphone, or Android smartphone you.
"experimental aircraft association" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Zero five point nine FM WBZ. AccuWeather partly. Sunny unpleasant this. Afternoon the high right where we are, eighty degrees. And then partly cloudy and comfortable tonight with a low of sixty four tomorrow look for a high of eighty one clouds, and sun with. A stray afternoon shower or a thunderstorm those will be mainly south and west of Chicago it is eighty degrees as I said that's officially at. O'Hare seventy nine at. Midway and seventy four here at the lake front WBZ news time to twenty Our top story this hour President Trump has issued, an emergency declaration for California allowing counties affected by wildfires, to receive federal assistance officials say more than ten thousand firefighters are working to stop the progress of fourteen. Large wildfires across the state the fires have killed three firefighters and destroyed more than five hundred structures will have much more on this story coming, up at two, thirty one Officials have outlined their consent decree on Chicago police. Reform but they have some more negotiations to. Do it's the one issue her office in. The Emmanuel administration of not resolved in the more than two. Hundred page consent decree he believes police officers should make a record of whenever they point their weapons. At someone if somebody has a gun pointed at, them you have a situation where. Somebody has been seized we. Need to know when that is happening we need to know where that is happening we have to make. Sure that we are managing that. Risk she's prepared to take the issue to court if necessary mayor Emanuel hopes to solve, it more easily my hope we don't have to, go to litigation but we gotta get it right I've, said this before superintendent Eddie Johnson says he's concerned about anything that might make officers hesitate in a dangerous. Situation as city hall Craig Delamore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM small plane landed on south lake shore drive in traffic yesterday afternoon Our air to nine nine zero five five May Day May Day And Turku go ahead Just south of, shoreline here over soldiers partial power. As failure Perc- direct the airport thing you complain rumbling, too too often unable we'll be somewhere down here the shoreline and the sound from ABC dot net pilot flew under a footbridge landed in traffic, on southbound south. Lakeshore drive without injuring himself or anybody else including his passenger a fire officials said that the pilot landed, on the curb of lake shore drive like you would, well if you're parking your car in front of your house the plane was coming from the experimental. Aircraft association gathering in Oshkosh WBZ news time to twenty three and, now.
Plane makes emergency landing on busy Chicago street during rush hour
"The out, of control wildfire leveling entire, subdivisions, near Redding. California leaving nothing I know. That it's trite you hear that whenever you see these firestorms come, running through here but it definitely looks like. A war zone it looks like obviously the firestorm completely took out. This whole neighborhood that's KO VR. TV's David Grasshoff this is CBS news correspondent Carter, Evans, fire division chief Greg Portelli tells us his team is preparing for the worst as the fire rages on to fight fire. In rugged country we're used to doing that But when it blows into a whole community or a city it's. A whole different elements at, least three people are missing is the. Flames spread to reading children and their great grandmother and so far two people have died a reading firefighter in a bulldozer operator thirty. Seven thousand people remain evacuated CBS news update I'm. Jim Taylor this portion of the news is sponsored by grandview homes. WBZ news time twelve thirty two five children and an adult. Are dead following an overnight fire at, a motel in Burien county, Michigan, when firefighters. Arrived at the two story. Cosmo extended stay motel near Benton harbor just before to this morning, the fire had spread to numerous rooms the. Data thirty say include five children from the same family between two. And ten years old and their. Mother who was twenty six several people were injured, and, taken to a hospital the sheriff's department says twenty seven rooms were occupied at the time most have some kind of damage. The cause is under investigation Mike Crausser NewsRadio. On one point nine FM this is one of those stories that Chicagoans we'll be talking about for years the pilot of a small. Plane coming from an experimental aircraft association gathering in. Oshkosh Wisconsin making it emergency landing on lake shore drive and it. All happened just as the afternoon rush was starting yesterday John Yes good like. Landed people along the lakefront walked, over to see the plane on the median. Just south of the thirty fifth. Street pedestrian overpass and, city officials called it miraculous that no one was injured as the pilot. Of a small blue and yellow plane lost power and landed, in the middle of rush hour traffic out, of the, way, so I'm. Coming down some officials say the pilot flew under the pedestrian bridge another said he drove under it but in any case he avoided objects, and people and injury as one police officer put it I asked him if, he. Was one of the blue, angels the way he came in Steve Miller news one one zero, five point, nine FM sexual assault, charges are. Filed against an eighteen year old man in an incident that occurred after a. Bonfire in Hammond last month the alleged victim told police that when Aroyan on Harris, asked for a hug goodbye as they finished cleaning, up he pushed her to the ground and raped her police say, hair Had previously. Been accused of similar, crimes, at. Least twice in mid Lowthian residents of to southwest Michigan towns are being warned not to drink tap water after industrial chemicals, were found in municipal water supplies tests conducted by health officials detected chemicals that can affect fetal development and.
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"A pilot returning from an airshow in Oshkosh made an emergency landing on lake shore drive the US economy. Produces a quarter year of great growth it's unlikely there. Will be a gag order in story Daniels lawsuit against President Trump and high temperatures and. High winds are fueling northern California wildfire. That's killed two people more on that, next from CBS news and WBZ sports the cubs fall to the cardinals five to to the Blue Jays double up on the White Sox ten to five and. Goalie Corey Crawford attends the Blackhawks convention but, since nothing about his injury right now sixty four degrees at O'Hare sixty nine along the lakefront WBZ news. Time to thirty one CBS news update it's expected to be another hot dry windy day on the wildfire lines in Shasta County California that's where the car wildfire continues, to, burn out of control along the western edge end of reading containment? Has dropped from six percent. Twenty four. Hours ago to about three percent five hundred buildings have burned into two, firefighters have been killed correspondent Carter ribbon as flames torched block after block burning embers blue hundreds of yards over the Sacramento river into. Ready a city of over ninety thousand local TV anchors. Covering the fire became part of the story as they too were forced to evacuate we. Are going to leave the station because. It has now I'm safe to be, here and Pimm law of Cal fire says there's no estimate as to win the fire might be brought under control our weather forecast we don't see any significant. Change over the next seven days we are, looking at continued hot temperatures low humidity and we're not seeing necessarily relief from CBS news update I'm Jim. Shanavie WBZ news time to thirty two a pilot returning from an air show Oshkosh made an emergency landing. On lake shore drive yesterday afternoon WBZ m.'s Nancy hardy reports no one on board. The plane or anyone on the ground was injured after the pilot managed to land the single. Engine fixed-wing aircraft on the drive near thirty eight th street dick Pinski spokesman for the. Experimental aircraft association which runs air, venture Oshkosh says after losing power the pilot had to make a choice naturally was made the airport no longer existing there that was no longer an option and I would be a not. A very eligible option so one of the emergency procedures they learning pilot training is landing on a roadway you can find a, clear spot he says the air. Coupe for fifteen d was one of a thousand vintage. Aircrafts registered at the show which runs through Sunday anti hardy. NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM, the US, economy reached a four point one percent pace of growth. In the second quarter economists Gus Faucher says a combination of factors contributed to the accelerated Pace of growth including a rebounding consumer and business. Spending a, lot, of foreign. Buyers wanted to buy. American-made goods before there was potential impact of tariffs and so they they tried to purchase ahead of that and so that drove exports in the second quarter this is the gross domestic products best quarterly showing since two thousand fourteen a judge in Los, Angeles says it's unlikely there'll be a gag order and stormy Daniels lawsuit against President Donald Trump it means Daniels lawyer Michael. Albany would be allowed to keep.
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"More like sixty seven and, recalling at sixty seven degrees this hour in Greater Milwaukee Summer secretary of state Hillary Clinton talking to Newsweek this weekend her take on the role Trump Putin thing the wavering the wavering The situation between the White House either pointing. A finger at Putin or not this is the way. Hillary Clinton, checks in on this she says telling Newsweek, the great mystery according to her is that why the president. Has spoken, up for our. Country she said we don't. Know this is an interesting point she makes we don't know what was said in the room when it, was just the two of them which is which is true because the Whitehouse telling us that basically was just the. Interpreters and the two leaders. Talking there were no no takers no. One other representatives of US government, MS Clinton goes on to say she outlined her numerous meetings with Mr Putin herself while serving. As President Barack Obama's secretary state she says there were always at least one. Or two other, people with us. And most, importantly a, note taker she explained she says these you particularly need neither no takers so that there can be no mistake about. What was said and of quote and she says the lack of any efficient. Notes from, this meaning Has particularly troubling to Clinton as she sees Mr Putin, discussing the details on an international stage with. No verification or denial from the White House now this. Kind of, you know when this whole thing was going, on I was giving further thought too yeah we know something's. I mean, all of us. We know some things about. Mr Putin we know the fact that he served time in the KGB and his rise to power through, Saint Petersburg's government as a municipal bureaucrat but there's more that we really need to know about Mr Putin Vladimir Putin. So we have an expert. In town and he's teaching and doing. Research at university of Wisconsin political, science department his name is professor John Reuter he's an expert when it comes to Russian government. Russian politics had a chance to sit down and speak with them for several. Minutes the other, day I think. It was, Friday we, recorded our conversation just I said this tell us more about Mr Putin I mean you know what what about his. Disciplined where did they get disciplined what is his demeanor really lie What kind of reputation does he have within Russia itself so he. Opens up to us and our conversation on that is coming up at nine zero seven so, we're looking forward. To that and also got oh. So much stuff come eight fifty one this morning, dick the Penske director of communications longtime spokesman for experimental aircraft association.
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"Welcome back great outdoors we're talking to somebody who i learned something about airplanes packing about how many years ago i remember every year i go up to the experimental aircraft association we get some stories on planes and flying in the outdoors well this is the gentleman who's in charge of all the communications for the ea event mr dick nancy how do you say your last name pinski paint silent okay penske who just is a marvelous wealth of information for this show and getting people excited about flying and you got the biggest party in the face of the earth for airplanes in the world coming up in a couple of weeks we do i like to call it aviation's family reunion because no matter what you fly like flying obscene fly it's going to be here at some time and it's ea air venture oshkosh starts july twenty third up at oshkosh wisconsin at wittman regional airport and will welcome about ten thousand airplanes during the week about five hundred thousand of our closest friends i think there's more than that no fence my friend i think there's more than that they'd come out there but it is the most well organized event you can ever imagine putting thousands of people at whether you want to travel by you know free shuttle bus throughout this huge facility in oshkosh they have tramped i think right word would be trams taking people around to different things i mean it's just not a place where you see an air show which will i wanna talk about for a few minutes to but it's a place to learn about aviation and how me the common person while i'm not really common the common person can learn to fly and become part of a great sport it really is yeah would you start thinking about that about the world of aviation it's our chance those of us who are involved in flying to share this passion that we have and saying they're a lot of people out there that have set point i would love to learn how to fly some time well you can't and here are some of the ways that you can do it and we welcome people whether you fly right now or not or interested in airplanes or just getting into it to come on up join us sometime during the week and get the bug because you do you get the bug in pretty soon yeah i'm gonna take that first lesson i'm gonna make that first solo i'm going to take that first flight and then you can use the airplane what a sense of accomplishment and use it for so many things business recreation pleasure what i like to call or a lot of people call the hundred dollar hamburger we'll go out on a sunday and fly over there and come back after lunch and see the world from a whole new perspective and we just wanna share that because it's so special for those of us who do fly exactly you don't have a pilot's license my engineer joe does joe has opened my eyes the beauty of it the interesting things about it but it's just that it's really when you come to the i mean which stands for the experimental aircraft association you have a museum up there now this is the year round that you've got a museum building where people can learn about flight and stuff like that it's also open during the show isn't it it is and it's included with admission one of the great things about the event is almost everything is included with the admission to get in the front gate and the museums part of that about one hundred airplanes on display the history of personal flights even see everything from warbirds from world war two to vintage aircraft ultralights.
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"Honestly provocative lars larson god god welcome back to the lars larson show it's a pleasure to be with you on a wednesday evening i'm glad to get your phone calls and your emails at eight six six eight lars that's eight six six four three nine five to seven seven emails go to talk at large large denard common we'll get back to those calls on the moment jack belgian joins me now who's the chair of the board and ceo of the experimental aircraft association and the former ceo of the cessna aircraft company this prompting thanks for joining me tonight thank you lord great great to be with you while an awful lot of the oxygen good sucked out of the room on debates on daca the wall tax relief obamacare and a lot of other things that the congress his acting on some other things as well and the question at this point it should congress vote to privatise air traffic control in america what are you d what are you well we uh in general aviation it and it in in a united front a pretty strong up in the particular bill builder result eating to get the fa reauthorized which they did not accomplish that at the end of let hunger and they've got to get yet eight hundred beginning september 30th and in the plan to the fund yes eighty eight houses and you will turn key air traffic control organization out in committee litigate fried look at their privatised issue plan niche with all sorts of issues that i think it the bilberry similar cuba 88 was years ago a healthcare hugh is you you're trying to follow problem that may not exist and in doing so it at three quarters of the really labor issues it's not true privatization as conservative capitalist would recognize today it essentially ending all the public at over till monopoly a mandate in serving the public good at it it shouldn't problem attic an awesome you know our opposition to this we have a a day and your day did it in the world most efficient in the world um and.
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"People are in custody in connection with the shooting death of a sixyearold boy on milwaukee's north side justin evans was shot and killed outside a home near 23rd and keith earlier this month moggie police arrested a 23yearold man for milwaukee and another man in chicago police are asking anyone who witnessed the shooting to come forward to people are dead one childherd after three separate shootings in the city late last night police say one man was shot and killed near forty knife in congress another shot and killed near seventy four th and floor forest around eleven o'clock and around the same time a 10yearold child was shot and injured near forty seven thin center the identities the victims have not been released in madison a special session of the state legislature is underway governor walker met behind closed doors with republican lawmakers this morning to discuss the threebilliondollar taxincentive pack could she is offering electron ix giant foxconn a public hearing on the bill is expected as soon as later this week back in wisconsin governor walker says his talks with the president on healthcare monday went well governor walker addressing the media this morning after thanking red cross volunteers for their support during last month's flooding when he was asked about his impromptu trip at the white house monday where we spoke with president trump about healthcare reform there's a lot to be done it serves glad to be there vital cup other governors to join with me and isaac tigrett progress but it is as we can all see it's a fairly complicated issue and we were working to resolve at all one beat but will hopefully continue have ongoing discussions with folks washer dinner governors mike spaulding wtmj news nearly six hundred thousand people attended this year's e a arab venture fly in an oshkosh the experimental aircraft association says some special attractions this year and good weather for most of the seven days of the convention boosted attendance 5 percent of last year.
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"Experimental aircraft association puts at on is just a great show it's just great show and you can buy right in those rascals to begin a great shows the frankford hotdog vessel is an excellent show and it is underway that dog opens at eleven o'clock and it goes all the way till the band ends which is about ten o'clock tonight i believe that correct that i was going to sell times i guess theorin to it then he speaking of aviation if you walk cabada block that way there's a mural there's a picture of an aviator named adrian marks and the tie in with that is this weekend in indianapolis is the real union of the survivors of the uss solve app wow adrian mark was piloting the navy aircraft that land ads right he was known as the angel of indianapolis yes that's right he had was an attorney here in frankfurt in the an opulent guard yeah he saw it any he didn't he didn't leave him they landed a hit old have not delaying yeah he saw that they were shark attacks and so he landed in i think he pulled forty six eight hundred seventy thousand lahood they will laying them on the airplane wings after floating in the saltwater for like five days those it was pretty ugly the skin was just coming right our home we had to survivors left here in frankfurt who spoke at our library while good pretty fascinating story if you don't know the story you know i go to church with a fellow that blew the be 25 mitchell bombers now those were the two engine ones that flew off of the ford it to make the first raid on japan there was jimmy do little screwed well anyway this guy he sitting in church one day and he's ninety four ninety five years old me just mentioned these to be a pilot and i said what you flying said i flew would be 25 and will now go we got this wrong or to heroes at a church with me is names raj roads i would love to bring him up to walk yet live lease lady sitos be twenty five zero as got a year to 399 three 93 joining us on the program as mike mike good morning thanks for calling uh thank you i had a question about clover i was informed order told by somebody in the.
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"Person from minnesota has died two others were injured one critically after a seaplane flipped over in choppy water on lake when a bagel north of milwaukee on thursday night forty say the plane was taking off to the experimental aircraft association fly in crews rescued two people captain the nearly submerged aircraft but a third was able to get out the ntsb is investigating after the latest attempt to repeal obamacare fell short early this morning democratic us senator amy cobra shaher says it for a long time coming and i think that the end result what more important and that we finally have an opportunity to work across the aisle oh make an improvement to the healthcare it now minnesota gop chair jennifer carnahan admits the process has hit a few bumps but she says she believes the vast majority of minnesotans and americans understand and respect the republicans are engaging in thorough analysis and rigorous discussion on how to proceed on healthcare minnesota attorney general laurie swanson is joined her counterparts in eighteen other states in asking congress to block president trump's ban on transgender members of the us military reports the star tribune the attorneys general wrote the president's policy would violate american values as well as the constitution and harm transgender residents also and the parents of jacob literally are asking a judge to keep the media out of a legal battle over releasing parts of the investigation file dealing with the eleven year olds kidnapping and murder in 1989 this is apm iheartradio new release rundown sex said teams the elephant lisa live album unpeeled its first single is their cover of whole wide world originally performed by british new waiver reckless eric after a sixyear wave paranormal is the 27 studio album from rock legend alice cooper.
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"Here's some of the stories trending this week at masson acting administrator robert lightfoot within kosic's done on july 28 to observe the launched to the international space station of our astronaut randy present with his crewmates sergei resents kiev ross cosmos and paolo netflix of the european space agency the trio it's scheduled to spend more than four months on the station working on hundreds of science and technology experiments we released new video of astronaut jack fisher that was captured during a spacewalk outside the space station in may 2017 the footage which is available in ultrahigh definition includes the view from a small camera attached to fishers spacesuit to give you an idea of what astronaut see when you're looking at them through the lens of a camera operated from inside the station we participated in the experimental aircraft associations 2017 air venture event during the week of july twenty four in oshkosh wisconsin those in attendance had an opportunity to learn about technologies from across the agency including our progress developing experimental or x planes and other aircraft work aboard the international space station earth science the solar system and are planned for sending astronauts to deep space destinations including mars during the total solar eclipse on august twenty i 2017 a team of nasa funded scientists aboard two retrofitted wb fifty seven f jets will use telescopes mounted on the plains to capture the clearest images of the sun's outer atmosphere or corona to date they will also captured the first ever thermal images of mercury to study how temperatures vary across that planet's surface the eclipse is a rare opportunity to learn more about the sun and its effects on earth's upper atmosphere.