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We are five weeks from the anniversary of the Interstate 95 fiasco.On January 4th, 2022, fifty miles of I-95 in Virginia was shut down with one inch of snow after traffic was backed up after a traffic accident.Thousands were stranded for twenty-seven to thirty hours.Most of them were inadequately prepared for such an event.We are already seeing snow storms across the northeast, and we want YOU to be prepared in case you are stranded in a show or ice storm.If you live in the southwest or south Florida where you very rarely see show, there are still lots of items here that you could use in your vehicle's emergency kitPlease share this podcast with your friends, family, and on social media accounts. Here's the link: https://www.practicalprepping.info/podcast If you would like to have the expanded notes on today's episode, along with the links mentioned in the episode, you'll find them at practicalprepping.info/437Would you start your Amazon shopping from our website? Click here.If you find value in the podcast, would you be willing to give back a little?You can do that one of two ways (or both).(1) Buy Us A Cup of Coffee ---> CLICK HERE OR(2) By starting your Amazon shopping from our website? ---> CLICK HERE (We earn from qualifying Amazon purchases)Contact us:Practical PreppingWebsite: www.practicalprepping.infoEmail at email@example.comOur Sponsors:ProLine Digital Grouphttps://www.prolinedigitalgroup.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgAURA - Your total online protection against identity theft , and for VPN.Jim Curtis Kniveshttps://www.facebook.com/JimcurtisknivesEmail Jim: email@example.comWebsite design and hosting by ProLine Digital Group.Podcasts Copyright 2023, P3 Media Group, and Practical Prepping PodcastJoin us on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for new episodes
Conflict is like a storm that can brew inside us, and managing it starts with self-awareness. When it comes knocking, take a moment to tune into your emotions. What are you feeling? What needs and desires are at play? Self-awareness acts as[...] @ThatGoodolFeelin · Episode #165 - Managing Conflict Constructively: Strategies for Effective Resolution Read more The post Episode #165 – Managing Conflict Constructively: Strategies for Effective Resolution appeared first on That Good ol Feelin.
77 South Ramp at Interchange to Close For a YearA big change in the Akron freeway system starting Monday night.The Interstate 76 ramp to I-77 South at the Central Interchange will close for a year.That sharp-turn ramp is being replaced with a so-called “fly-over” ramp.That'll be just like the recently-opened 76/77 East ramp to Route 8.Also Monday night, a one-night-only closure of Route 8 Southbound within the interchange through 5 a.m. Tuesday.That could affect Canton-area commuters headed back home.Not Into Skating? Try an Ice BikeThe Lock 3 ice rink and winter happenings are in full swing! We are talking Archie the snowman, heated igloos, firepits, shuffleboard, vintage animated characters, putt-putt and more. For more information on WinterBlast activities, visit Lock3live.comLeBron Museum Hot TicketsMuseum tour slots were sold out on opening day at the Lebron James Home Court Museum Saturday.According to a release, thousands of guests came from all over the world to the opening.The museum goes from James' Spring Hill Apartment to the Fab Five's bench inside the St. Vincent - St. Mary locker room.The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily and tickets are $23, a nod to James' jersey number.Say Goodbye to More Rite Aid StoresThe Fairlawn Rite Aid store on West Market Street is one of four more Ohio locations to close amid the upheaval of the pharmacy chain's ongoing bankruptcy.A court document filed Nov. 21 stated the five Ohio stores were among the 32 total slated to shutter across the nation.In total, including the previously announced closures of six Ohio locations in October, 11 stores will close in the state.Rite Aid filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy that same for slumping sales and opioid lawsuits, USA Today reported in October.First Energy Investigation Appears to Be ContinuingFive individuals have faced charges, with four convicted, in a bribery and money-laundering scandal involving Akron-based FirstEnergy. The conspiracy aimed at securing a $1.3 billion bailout, with over $60 million paid by FirstEnergy and its subsidiary to influence political figures. A special master revealed that FirstEnergy continues to cooperate with federal prosecutors. Former House Speaker Larry Householder and GOP Chairman Matt Borges were sentenced for their roles, while a former subsidiary, now Energy Harbor, is ordered to provide more cooperation in a federal class-action suit. The investigation persists, with ongoing efforts to uncover communications and implications beyond named executives.Former House Speaker Larry Householder, R-Glenford, and former GOP Chairman Matt Borges in June were respectively sentenced to 20 and five years in federal prison for their roles in the conspiracy. Two others have pleaded guilty and await sentencing, while a third who was charged died by suicide.They're also battling Sam Randazzo. He isn't named in the suit, but FirstEnergy said he took a $4.3 million bribe from Jones and Dowling just as Gov. Mike DeWine
One Social Work degree for many states? This may be a reality but not without it's fair share of drama/complexities. This week we are sharing updates about the new Social Work Interstate Compact. What does this mean for you with a Social Work degree? How is this helpful in your career and for our industry? And finally, what are the barriers to having this implemented? Matt Shafer currently serves as the Deputy Director at the National Center for Interstate Compacts at The Council of State Governments. Matt works with state legislators and stakeholder groups to support the enactment of compacts for cosmetology, massage therapy, social work, dietitians, and dentistry. Matt has vast experience developing and building consensus on policy options for state legislators. Matt has a master's degree in public administration from the University of Kentucky. ____________________________________ Tap Here to Subscribe to the Social Workers, Rise! Email Resource List Tap Here to shop career courses for Social Workers. ____________________________________ Thank you to our SPONSORS RISE Directory - A national directory of Clinical Supervisors who are looking to help the next generation of Clinical Social Workers GROW. Therapist Development Center (TDC) Homepage TDC Continuing Education Courses On The Edge of Life: An Introduction to Treating Suicidality Use the code SWRISE10 at checkout to receive 10% off --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/socialwork/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/socialwork/support
As tradition has it, November is full of surprises in the world of politics, and Thanksgiving week was no different. Coming off the heals of the Democratic Convention in Sacramento, Rep. Tony Cárdenas declared he would not seek reelection next year for the 29th Congressional District seat representing the San Fernando Valley. "Inside the Issues: The Podcast" hosts Alex Cohen and Sara Sadhwani explain the significance of Cárdenas making his announcement after the convention. Plus, back from the event, Sara reports on the Israeli-Palestinian protests that shut the convention down. And a look at who's in and who's out for the most powerful posts in the California Assembly. Lastly, something to be thankful for. The reopening of Interstate 10 happened sooner than expected following a fire.
You've pulled into a roadside rest stop – just a quick break to stretch your legs. The noise from the interstate sounds so different out here than inside the quiet cabin of your car! The roadway is teeming with big rigs, passenger vehicles, and the mosquito-like buzz of motorcycles. Huge gusts generated by the speeding vehicles rattle the leaves of roadside vegetation; a constant percussion that compliments the growling traffic. Muscle cars roar up behind slower-moving taxis, and ponderous trucks grumble along, their services advertised on their colorful sides. Sleek, agile sportscars weave around chirpy little SUVs, their superior horsepower on display. The highway is a perpetual motion machine, and you are ready to head back into the flow. ---
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From #1 New York Times bestselling author Lee Goldberg, comes an explosive, page-turning investigative thriller - with a mind-blowing twist. There's a saying in Barstow, California, a decaying city in the scorching Mojave desert . . . The Interstate here only goes in one direction: Away. But it's the only place where ex-LAPD detective Beth McDade, after a staggering fall from grace, could get another badge . . . and a shot at redemption. Over a century ago, and just a few miles further into the bleak landscape, a desperate stranger ended up in Calico, a struggling mining town, also hoping for a second chance. His fate, all those years ago, and hers today are linked when Beth investigates an old skeleton dug up in a shallow, sandy grave . . . and also tries to identity a vagrant run-over by a distracted motorhome driver during a lightning storm. Every disturbing clue she finds, every shocking discovery she makes, force Beth to confront her own troubled past . . . and a past that's not her own . . . until it all smashes together in a revelation that could change the world. James Lott Jr chats with Lee about the book!
Interstate 10 has reopened in downtown Los Angeles. Here's how crews were able to speed things up. New shipments of RSV vaccine for babies may not be enough to meet the demand. L.A. County accounted for the most maternity ward closures in the past decade. Support The L.A. Report by donating now at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com.Support the show: https://laist.com
Join Francie, Jordan, Coleton, and Kyle from Out of Spec as they sit down to share their candid thoughts on the LA Auto Show 2023. They call in from Interstate 10 in Los Angeles, California to discuss what they think of this year's show, what was most exciting, some let downs, and our general consensus on what folks can be looking forward to seeing this year. Find us on all of these places:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/outofspecpodcastApple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/out-of-spec-podcast/id1576636119Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0tKIQfKL9oaHc1DLOTWvbdAmazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/473692b9-05b9-41f9-9b38-9f86fbdabee7/OUT-OF-SPEC-PODCASTFor further inquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org#laautoshow #evcharging #ev Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today's podcast: 1) President Joe Biden signed a stopgap bill to extend government funding into early 2024, averting a government shutdown for now but kicking a politically-divisive debate over federal spending into a presidential election year. 2) Gaza's telecommunications services stopped Thursday after providing companies said the fuel used for generators had been depleted, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said. Syria's aerial defenses intercepted some Israeli missiles that were fired against targets in Damascus, state-run Sana news agency reported. 3) Alphabet Inc. Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai said he expects China to be “at the forefront” of artificial intelligence, and said it's important for the US to collaborate with the Asian nation on both regulation and innovation. 4) Embattled New York Republican George Santos announced he will not run for reelection to his seat in the US House. The news came just after the GOP chairman of the House's ethics panel called Thursday for Santos's expulsion following a committee investigation that found “substantial evidence” the New York Republican violated federal criminal laws. 5) Cincinnati Bengals lose QB Joe Burrow with sprained wrist in loss to Baltimore Ravens. Ravens TE Mark Andrews is also injured. Full transcript: Good morning, I'm Nathan Hager and I'm Karen Moscow. Here are the stories we're following today. President Biden has ended the immediate threat of a government shutdown. He has signed a temporary spending bill that extends government funding into early next year. Bloomberg's Amy Morris has the details from Washington. President Biden signed the legislation yesterday while in California for a summit of APEC leaders. The bill maintains existing funding levels and pushes a fight over the federal budget into the new year. When Housublicans say they will push for stiff spending cuts. It splits the deadlines for passing full year appropriations bills into two days January nineteenth for some federal agencies February second for others. This short term package allows lawmakers to regroup over the Thanksgiving holiday while talks continue on spending in policy agreements in Washington. I maye more as Bloomberg Radio, Sorry, Amy, thanks by the stopgap bill does not include funding for Ukraine and Israel. In fact, new usaid for Ukraine risks slipping to mid December and maybe longer, casting doubt on Washington's ability to keep up the flow of weapons that both the Biden administration and the Ukrainian governments say is vital as soon as Congress could complete negotiations and pass new Ukraine assistance his mid December, nearly two months after President Joe Biden first requested sixty one billion dollars for the country in its war against Russia. Well, now, Karen, let's turn to the latest on the war in the Middle East. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Natanyahu is defending his country's raid on the Alshifa Hospital in Gaza City. He says, Israeli troops uncovered a Hamas command center underneath the facility. We had concrete evidence that there were terrorists chieftains and terrests. There are terrorists minions in the hospital, and in fact they fled as our forces approached. They fled. That's why we had no firefight. We entered that hospital with Arabic speaking Israeli doctors with incubators and we had no firefight. But Hamas was using the patients in that hospital as a human shield. Prime Minister n Antanyahu spoke on the CBS Evening News. Meanwhile, the Israeli military says it has taken control of Gaza's harbor. People in the southern city of Conyunis say Israel has dropped leaflets telling them to seek shelter and sirius as it's intercepted some Israeli missiles aimed at targets in Damascus. Well back in the U, asked Nathan. The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation some it is wrapping up in San Francisco, and we're learning more about President Biden's deal with China's Sheshin Ping to crack down on Fentanel. The White House agreed to remove a Chinese organization accused of human rights abuses from its sanctions list change for Beijing's WHO operation about an administration official tells Bloomberg taking the Institute of Forensic Science off the Commerce Department's entity list was the only way for the US to make progress on the Fentandel crisis, and at the APEX Summit, Karen the CEO of Alphabet, said he expects China to be at the cutting edge of artificial intelligence development. Speaking with Bloomberg, Soon Darpshai warned the world's two biggest economies will have to work together on developing a framework for AI. My senses, there is no way you make progress over the long term without China and the US deeply talking to each other on something like AI. So I think that has got to be an integral part of how you make progress. So I think I'm glad to see it, and you know, we have to lay the foundations. The good thing is we are still in early days of the technology. Alphabet CEO Soon Darpuchai's comments come after business titans including Apples, Tim Cook, and Black Rocks Larry Fink, attended dinner with China's president on the sidelines of the APEC summit. Well, Nathan, we're seeing fall out this morning from Elon Musk's endorsement of an anti semitic social media post. A Tesla investor is calling for must to resign, and IBM has now suspended its advertising on X because of the proximity of its ads to Nazi posts. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story. This comes amidst a swirl of controversy surrounding X and Elon Musk. In the past couple of days, watchdog group Media Matters reported out that IBM, Apple Oracle, Exfanity, and Bravo all had a placement. IBM opted off, saying IBM has zero tolerance for hate speech and discrimination. Meanwhile, the White House has reacted to a Musk post so that it says is anti semitic. NC spokesman John Kirby, we certainly abhorror comments that are anti Semitic in tone and certainly don't associate ourselves with the comment. Musk endorsed a post that said the Jewish community pushed hatred toward whites in San Francisco. I'm at Baxter Bloomberg Radio, okay, and thank you. Moving to mark It's now we're watching shares of applied materials in the pre market. They're down more than seven percent. Reuter's is reporting the largest maker of chip making machinery in the country is facing a criminal investigation for allegedly violating export restrictions to China. The report says the Justice Departments looking at whether Applied Materials sold hundreds of millions of dollars of equipment without the proper licenses. And Nathan, the escalating fight between the US and China, where technological dominance has triggered one of the most stunning reversals of corporate strategy yet. Ali Baba Group has walked back plans to spin off in list it's eleven billion dollar cloud business. Ali Baba shares dropped nine percent yesterday, wiping out more than twenty billion of market value. On the flip side, Karen Watching shares of Gap they are hired by more than eighteen percent. The retailer reported third quarter profit that exceeded forecast. Same store sales fell for a fourth straight quarter, but that decline was less than expected. Stronger results at Old Navy, GAP's biggest brand offset weakness at Athleta and Banana Republic. Crude oil has collapsed into a bear market Nathan. It's down twenty percent from its September high. CRUs run of four straight weekly decline so long as losing streak since May has come despite collective and voluntary supply cuts by the Organization of petroleum exporting Countries and its allies. The losses have also been embedded by the evaporation of an Israel Hamas war risk premium as fears the conflict would expand and disrupt oil supplies have so far not materialized. And it's time now for a look at some other stories making news around the world, and for that we're joined by Bloomberg's Amy Morris. Amy, Good morning, Good morning, Karen. The pressure is building for New York Congressman George Santos to resign or face expulsion. It follows a scathing House Ethics Committee report. Bloomberg's Nancy Lyons has that story. Committee Chairman Michael Guest says the evidence uncovered in the House investigation is more than sufficient to warrant punishment, and he plans to file an expulsion resolution. Wisconsin Republican Congressman Brian stone File tells Bloomberg's sound on the findings are alarming. The illegal actions that are set forward in this report are incredibly concerning. The report alleged Santos used campaign money to pay off his personal bills and to make luxury purchases. Santos responded to the report saying he would not run for reelection in Washington. Nancy lyons Bloomberg Radio and that expulsion resolution Nancy was talking about is expected to be filed by nine o'clock this morning in Washington. A New York appeals court says the gag orders imposed on Donald Trump by the judge in the state's civil fraud trial against him are unconstitutional, and the restrictions were put on hold pending for their arguments. The decision is a major win for Trump, who has publicly lambasted the judge overseeing the case and accused him of frampant bias. This is just one of six trials Trump is facing as he seeks re election. California officials say a section of Interstate ten in Los Angeles that was damaged in a fire last week will reopen earlier then expected. Governor Gavin Newsom's said the mile long stretch of interstate will be open to traffic again weeks ahead of time after the state doubled the crews working on those repairs. One thing we can guarantee you is we will be opened five lanes in both directions at the latest Tuesday of next week. Fire officials say the fire was deliberately set in an arson investigation is ongoing. Secretary of State Antony Blincoln yesterday signed a civil nuclear cooperation agreement with the Philippines. At the signing ceremony, Secretary Blincoln said it is part of the US support for clean energy projects there with the Philippines leadership, we're also working together to develop a nuclear energy sector in their country to fuel a reliable, secure, and affordable clean energy future. The agreement allows the US to legally export nuclear equipment and material to the Philippines for peaceful uses. Global news twenty four hours a day and whenever you want it with Bloomberg News Now. I'm Maybe Morris and this is Bloomberg Karen, all right, Amy, thank you well. We do bring you news throughout the day right here on Bloomberg. But now, as Amy said, you can get the latest news on demand whenever you want it. To subscribe to Bloomberg News Now to get the latest headlines of the click of a button. Get informed on your schedule. You can listen and subscribe to Bloomberg News Now on the Bloomberg Business app, Bloomberg dot Com plus apples, Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. It is time now for the Bloomberg Sports Update, and here's John stash Hour, John Karen. Big game in the AFC North the kickoff week eleven the Bengals and the Ravens. They both had four game industries come to an end this past Sunday. All the More started things off with a seventy five hour touchdown drive. The Ravens then trailed in the second quarters. Edwards in the backfield. Lamarta throw fires down the middle, It's deflected at part, have a reflection Milsan Hagalore twenty fifteen come bo. Heflected for six. Hagle a deflection rave into the end zone Wbal. About a minute a half later, another Lamar Jackson TD passed. The Ravens beat the Bengals thirty four to twenty. Baltimore's eight and three and in first place. Cincinnati is just five and five and in the last place NBA and Miami. They he won their seventh in a row. Jemmy Butler scored thirty six in a win over Brooklyn. Oklahoma City made it five to last six, winning one twenty eight one to nine at Golden State. The Warriors have lost five in a row. They're just one and five at home. They went thirty three at and eight at home. Last year. They rode out the injured Steph Curry and without the suspended Draymond Green. MLB owners approved thirty to nothing in the move of the Oakland A's to Las Vegas, and they waive the relocation fee. The A's will be in Oakland in twenty twenty four, but the plan is to beat a new stadium in Vegas by twenty twenty eight. It's unclear where they might be playing in between. It's the first time an MLB team has moved in Montreal. Expos went to Washington in two thousand and five. Baseball has given the twenty twenty five All Star Game to Atlanta, who had it taken away after that voting law was passed in twenty twenty one. John Stasha our Bloomberg Sport from coast to coast, from New York to San Francisco, Boston to Washington, d C. Nationwide on SYRIASXAM, the Bloomberg Business app, and Bloomberg dot Com. This is Bloomberg daybreak, Good morning, I'm Nathan Hager. China will be at the forefront of artificial intelligence. That's what the CEO of Alphabet soon Dar Pashai, is saying. He says it is important for the US to collaborate with China on both regulation and innovation when it comes to AI. Pieshai, along with executives from Microsoft, City Group and Tesla, have been meeting with Chinese President Shi Jinping and US President Joe Biden at the APEX summit in San Francisco. After those meetings, the Alphabet CEO joined Bloomberg's Emily Chang and told her the world's two biggest economies do need to work together on AI regulation and development. It's not going to be easy, but I would start from this PREMI is that AI will proliferate, So this is not the inherent nature of software. AI advances will get out to in all countries, and so it is naturally the kind of technology. I don't think there's any unilateral safety to be had. We all have a shared incentive to solve for safety. You know, you could have AI go wrong in one country that will impact every other country. So in some ways, it's like climate change. In the planet. We all share a planet. I think that's true for AI. So now that you know that that will be true, I think you have to start building the frameworks globally to make progress. I've seen encouraging progress when the G seven happened in Hiroshima, I think it was a good start. You've seen more progress the Uki summit last week. The administration here, the White House has been leading the way as well, and I saw good encouraging announcements even yesterday for US in China to start having a dialogue on AI, well, that was my next question. Should Chinese regulators be part of this conversation on AI regulation? My sense is there is no way you make progress over the long term without China and the US deeply talking to each other on something like AI. So I think that has got to be an integral part of how you make progress. So I think I'm glad to see it. And you know, we have to lay the foundations. The good thing is we are still in early days of the technology, so laying the foundations now will allow us to work through the tough issues and build a common framework over time. How do you think AI? And obviously the US presidential election coming up as well. How do you think AI is going to further test election integrity? I think you know, over time, it's going to lower the barrier for creating you know, artificial information which may or may not matror what's happening in the real world, right, and that barrier will come down. So in this cat and mouse game, how do we amp up our defenses against that. We are in early stages, right. You know, we were one of the first companies to announce a water marketing technology for image generation. It's called Synthide, done by deep Mind, and we are providing API access to it. But all of us need to tackle it. These are areas where regulation will have to play a role, right. I think governments will have to overtime pass regulations about what is okay for you some of this synthetic content and so, which is why I think you have to think about it together. Open AI CEO Sam Mollman has said repeatedly he wants to know more about what's happening with AI in China. What do you know and what do you not know about where China is on AI. From what I can tell, they're making deep investments in AI. The scale of AI research talent in China. It's just simply astounding to see. So I think, you know, in some ways this question, China is going to be at the forefront of AI, and you know, I think that's a given. And so the question is how do we work over time, both for you know, other countries to make sure you're making progress in AI and over time, how do we develop the frameworks where you know, countries can coexist peacefully in a world in which AI will be you know, everywhere. You know, President Biden actually just said he doesn't see the USD coupling with China, but the world does seem to be on a path to two separate internets. Do we continue in that direction? And what does that mean? It's tough to say. You know, things go through in phases. I think we are definitely in a phase where there are more forces pulling it apart. But you know, inherently these technologies also facilitate easy exchange of information, so I think there are countervailing forces as well, So I think it's tough to predict. I do think information wants to flow freely by nature, So you know, my hope is over time, you know, thanks to couple back again. This is Bloomberg Daybreak today, your morning brief on the stories making news from Wall Street to Washington and beyond. Look for us on your podcast feed at six am Eastern each morning, on Apple, Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. 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Rhode Island Governor Dan McKee named Marc Crisafulli as chairman of the I-195 District Redevelopment Commission last January. The thinking was that a seasoned lawyer and business executive like Crisafulli could help nudge forward development in the acres once covered by Interstate 195. The process has been unfolding for more than a decade and it remains a work in progress.
fWotD Episode 2386: Interstate 40 in Tennessee.Welcome to featured Wiki of the Day where we read the summary of the featured Wikipedia article every day.The featured article for Thursday, 16 November 2023 is Interstate 40 in Tennessee.Interstate 40 (I-40) is part of the Interstate Highway System that runs 2,556.61 miles (4,114.46 km) from Barstow, California, to Wilmington, North Carolina. The highway crosses Tennessee from west to east, from the Mississippi River at the Arkansas border to the Blue Ridge Mountains at the North Carolina border. At 455.28 miles (732.70 km), the Tennessee segment of I-40 is the longest of the eight states through which it passes and the state's longest Interstate Highway. I-40 passes through Tennessee's three largest cities—Memphis, Nashville, and Knoxville—and serves the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most-visited national park in the United States. It crosses all of Tennessee's physiographic regions and Grand Divisions—the Mississippi embayment and Gulf Coastal Plain in West Tennessee, the Highland Rim and Nashville Basin in Middle Tennessee, and the Cumberland Plateau, Cumberland Mountains, Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians, and Blue Ridge Mountains in East Tennessee. Landscapes on the route vary from flat, level plains and swamplands in the west to irregular rolling hills, cavernous limestone bluffs, and deep river gorges in the central part of the state, to plateau tablelands, broad river valleys, narrow mountain passes, and mountain peaks in the east. The Interstate parallels the older U. S. Route 70 (US 70) corridor for its entire length in the state. It has interchanges and concurrencies with four other mainline Interstate Highways, and has five auxiliary routes: I-140, I-240, I-440, I-640, and I-840. I-40 in Tennessee was mostly complete by the late 1960s, having been constructed in segments. The stretch between Memphis and Nashville, completed in 1966, was the state's first major Interstate segment to be finished. The last planned section was completed in 1975, and much of the route has been widened and reconstructed since then.The I-40 corridor between Memphis and Nashville is known as Music Highway because it passes through a region which was instrumental in the development of American popular music. In Memphis, the highway is also nationally significant due to a 1971 US Supreme Court case which established the modern process of judicial review of infrastructure projects. Community opposition to the highway's proposed routing through Overton Park led to a nearly-25-year activist campaign which culminated in the case. This resulted in the state abandoning the highway's original alignment and relocating it onto what was originally a section of I-240.This recording reflects the Wikipedia text as of 00:27 UTC on Thursday, 16 November 2023.For the full current version of the article, see Interstate 40 in Tennessee on Wikipedia.This podcast uses content from Wikipedia under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.Visit our archives at wikioftheday.com and subscribe to stay updated on new episodes.Follow us on Mastodon at @email@example.com.Also check out Curmudgeon's Corner, a current events podcast.Until next time, I'm Salli Neural.
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News with Rachel Schneider (in for Sean) 8am, 11-14-2023 ... Update (on yet another possible) Government Shutdown …They saved the Kitten in the storm drain … Arsonist turns California interstate into a Highway to Hell
Today's West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy Podcast for our especially special Daily Special, River City Hash Mondays is now available on the Spreaker Player!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, a Trump second term would look 'a lot like Vladimir Putin's Russia.'Then, on the rest of the menu, woman after woman after woman has died on an Alaska mayor's property, and no one has been charged; two California tech execs could face up to twenty years behind bars in a massive fraud case; and, commuters are urged to work from home or take public transportation after a massive fire over the weekend closed a mile-long section of Interstate 10 in downtown Los Angeles.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where over one hundred thousand people in Paris and another one hundred-eighty thousand across France marched peacefully against the surge of antisemitism in the wake of the war in Gaza; and, researchers, farmers and brewers want to safeguard beer against climate change.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!The Netroots Radio Live PlayerKeep Your Resistance Radio Beaming 24/7/365!"I was never a spy. I was with the OSS organization. We had a number of women, but we were all office help."-- Julia Child
Am 13. Juli 2023 geht ein Notruf einer jungen Frau ein. Es würde ein Kleinkind, 3 oder 4 Jahre alt, allein auf dem Seitenstreifen einer viel befahrenen Interstate vollkommen allein herumlaufen.Als die Polizei am Fundort eintrifft gibt es weder eine Spur von der Frau, noch von dem Kind. Der rote Mercedes der 25-jährigen Krankenpflegestudentin steht mit laufendem Motor und geöffneter Tür auf dem Seitenstreifen der Interstate.! TRIGGER-WARNUNG !Entführung, Betrug, Verlust*Diese Podcast-Folge enthält Werbung*SOZIALE MEDIENInstagram:https://instagram.com/ueberdosis.crime.podcastEmail:firstname.lastname@example.org Du hast noch nicht genug? Dann komme in unseren Überdosis Crime Space und erlebe unseren Podcast noch intensiver, spannender und entscheide mit, welcher Fall in der nächsten Folge besprochen wird. https://plus.acast.com/s/uberdosis-crime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The House has passed a funding bill that aims to avert a government shutdown on Nov. 14. The two-step proposal by House Speaker Mike Johnson would fund the government through January. Tens of thousands from around the country gathered in Washington for a rally to support Israel. It's believed to be the largest pro-Israel rally since Hamas's brutal attack last month. Repairs are underway in Los Angeles for Interstate 10 following a massive fire. Officials say the highway can reopen in three to five weeks, and arson is suspected. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
The news to know for Monday, November 13, 2023! We're talking about hospitals in the crossfire of the war between Israel and Hamas and how both sides are blaming each other again. And what we know about American service members killed in the region. Also, which GOP presidential candidate is calling it quits? Plus, what to know about a new vaccine approved in the United States, why one of the most congested roads in America shut down, and how to celebrate World Kindness Day and get free food while you're at it. See sources: https://www.theNewsWorthy.com/shownotes Sign-up for our bonus weekly email: https://www.theNewsWorthy.com/email Become an INSIDER and get ad-free episodes: https://www.theNewsWorthy.com/insider This episode was sponsored by: CoPilot: https://go.MyCoPilot.com/newsworthy Lume Deodorant: https://www.LumeDeodorant.com (Listen for the discount code) To advertise on our podcast, please reach out to email@example.com Get The NewsWorthy merch here: https://www.theNewsWorthy.com/merch
Today is Monday, November 13. Here are some of the latest headlines from the Fargo, North Dakota area. InForum Minute is produced by Forum Communications and brought to you by reporters from The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and WDAY TV. For more news from throughout the day, visit InForum.com.
Welcome to the weekend!This is Stephen Colbert from the Gazette Digital News Desk, and I'm here with your update for Saturday, November 11th, and Sunday, November 12th, 2023.According to the National Weather Service, Saturday will be partly sunny, with a high near 51, cooling to a low around 39 Saturday night.Sunday will be sunny, with a high near 62, cooling to a low of 37 Sunday night.Construction to close I-80 in Coralville overnight starting SundayEastbound Interstate 80 in Coralville will be closed overnight starting Sunday and continuing through Thursday, according to a news release from the Iowa Department of Transportation.A portion of the interstate will be closed from 11 p.m. until 5 a.m. each night for construction at the First Avenue interchange, which is exit 242. A marked detour will take eastbound drivers off the interstate at exit 240 and back onto the interstate at exit 242.The closures are scheduled for Sunday night through Thursday night, but dates could change depending on the weather, the release states. Construction crews will be performing bridge demolition work in the area.The work is part of a $35.6 million project will transform the First Avenue interchange with Interstate 80 in Coralville from a traditional diamond to a diverging diamond. The city and state discussed updating the interchange for nearly 20 years. Work began in March this year and is expected to be complete in spring or early summer 2025.Summit hearing in Iowa ends but decision months awayA monthslong evidentiary hearing for Summit Carbon Solutions' pipeline permit in Iowa concluded this week with the final remaining testimony of landowners in the path of the company's proposed project.That sets the stage for the Iowa Utilities Board to make a decision about whether to grant the company a hazardous liquid pipeline permit, grant it with modifications to the company's proposal, or deny it.State law does not dictate when that decision must be made, but those who are participating in the proceedings will have an opportunity to submit substantial written arguments based on the evidence gathered during the hearing.Gov. Kim Reynolds applauds Iowa's new school rankingThe Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank, ranked Iowa ninth in the nation in its recent “Education Freedom Report Card.”Iowa saw the biggest jump of any state in its ranking between 2022 and 2023, owing largely to the education savings account program that lawmakers passed this year, allowing Iowa families to use public school dollars to pay for private school tuition and expenses.The new law caused Iowa to jump 13 places in the conservative think tank's rankings, from 22nd in 2023 to ninth this year. Iowa ranked fourth for Education Choice in the group's report.Iowa placed 16th in transparency, 30th in teacher freedom and 25th in return on investment.During her Thursday remarks, Reynolds thanked the Republican lawmakers who helped pass the bill into law and said the demand for the program has exceeded expectations.Have a good weekend, everyone.
It's Friday, November 10th, A.D. 2023. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) By Adam McManus Ugandan Muslim husband sets Christian wife on fire A 32-year-old mother of three children in the town of Budaka, Uganda, named Hajara Namwase, accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior on May 3rd, while her Muslim husband was away on business in South Sudan. When Hajara returned home from her Christian small group meeting on October 17th, she found her husband looking through some of her belongings. She said, “I got scared upon seeing him, because he had some Gospel tracts and a small New Testament Bible which I could not hide.” Upon seeing the Bible and other Christian literature, her 42-year-old husband, Musa Kalele, became furious, left the room, and returned with a container of gas. She said, “He took some bedsheets, covered them around my body and then removed me out of the house. He forced me to lie down. He took the petrol, then poured it on me and thereafter took a matchbox, lit it, and the fire began burning me up.” Her daughter alerted neighbors who rescued her and took her to the Mbale Regional Hospital. Hajara has had specialized treatment for the third-degree burns over much of her body, reports Morning Star News. Proverbs 29:22 says, "A man of wrath stirs up strife, and one given to anger causes much transgression." For the moment, her hate-filled husband has fled to South Sudan. In the meantime, Hajara is worried about where she will live after her release from the hospital since all her relatives are Muslims. Plus, she fears what will become of her children, ages 4, 6 and 9, who have come under the care of their paternal grandmother. Please pray for Hajara's healing, for the repentance and salvation of her Muslim husband, Musa, and for the safety of her three children. NBC's Lester Holt asked identical question of DeSantis as Brent Bozel Ahead of the Wednesday night GOP Presidential debate in Miami, the Media Research Center published a video on Monday of Brent Bozell's exclusive interview with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. BOZELL: “If [Israeli Prime Minister] Benjamin Netanyahu picked up the phone and called you, as soon as we're done here, and said, ‘Governor DeSantis, what should I do?' What would you tell him?” DESANTIS: “I would tell him, ‘You have to finally end Hamas once and for all. And that means taking out all their terrorist infrastructure, eradicating the group from existence. Because all that will happen if you just do some glancing blows, they will regroup, they will do the same attacks again, and we're going to have another cycle of this. So, now is the time to cut out the cancer and get the job done.” Interestingly, just two days later, NBC's Lester Holt asked DeSantis the identical question on Wednesday night before a national audience. HOLT: “As President of the United States, what would you be urging Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to do at this moment, Governor DeSantis?” Vivek Ramaswamy asked GOP Chair Ronna McDaniel to resign Vivek Ramaswamy, the multimillionaire biotech entrepreneur and first-time candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, demanded that Ronna McDaniel, the GOP chairwoman, resign during Wednesday night's debate, reports Fox News. He was especially frustrated by the election losses just the night before, on November 7th, when Republicans in Virginia lost the House, the Republican candidate for Kentucky governor lost, and Issue 1 in Ohio enshrined abortion into the Buckeye state's constitution. RAMASWAMY: “I am upset about what happened last night. We've become a party of losers, at the end of the day. There's a cancer in the Republican establishment. Let's speak the truth. I mean, since Ronna McDaniel took over as chairwoman of the RNC in 2017, we have lost 2018, 2020, 2022. No red wave that never came. We got trounced last night in 2023. “And I think that we have to have accountability in our party. For that matter, Ronna, if you want to come on stage tonight, you want to look the GOP voters in the eye and tell them you resign, I will yield my time to you.” Ramaswamy also had some choice words for the liberal moderators of the third Republican presidential debate. RAMASWAMY: “Think about who's moderating this debate. This should be Tucker Carlson, Joe Rogan, and Elon Musk. We'd have 10 times the viewership, asking questions that GOP primary voters actually care about, and bring in more people into our party. (applause) Do you think Democrats would actually hire Greg Gutfeld to host a Democratic debate? They wouldn't do it. “Kristen [Welker], I'm gonna use this time because it's actually about you in the media and the corrupt media establishment. Ask you about the Trump-Russia collusion hoax that you pushed on this network for years. Was that real? Or was that Hillary Clinton made-up disinformation? Answer the question. Go!” KRISTEN WELKER: “Mr. Ramaswamy,” (applause and cheers) RAMASWAMY: “This is how we get our country back. We need accountability because this media rigged the 2016 election. They rigged the 2020 election with the Hunter Biden laptop story.” LESTER HOLT: ““Mr. Ramaswamy, your time is up.” RAMASWAMY: “They're going to rig this election unless there is accountability.” Charlie Kirk, the founder of Turning Point USA, wrote: "When an NFL team keeps losing games, the coach gets fired. So why does the RNC keep going to war led by the same losers who failed last time?" Cop saves trucker from burning truck And finally, the Salisbury, North Carolina Police Department just honored one of their own who said he was willing to die in a truck fire in order to save an unconscious driver, reports Good News Network. Back on August 8th, Lieutenant Corey Brooks saw a tractor-trailer hit the guardrails along Interstate 85 and catch fire. A former truck driver himself, Brooks saw the flames from beneath the truck following the fuel line. He knew he only had seconds to get the driver out. BROOKS: “I was thinking ‘I am either going to die here with him or I am going to get him out of here.'” Brooks screamed at the driver, Michael Williams, to get out, but he was unconscious. The cop quickly realized he must remove the driver himself, unlatching the seatbelt. He could feel the heat of the flames and he could smell burning rubber. At any point, the truck could have exploded. The body cam footage of the rescue is nothing short of something from a Die Hard film. Providentially, Williams made a full recovery and thanked the North Carolina cop for saving his life. BROOKS: “He says now I get to see my kids again. We're going to be connected forever.” John 15:13 says, “Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends.” Or, in this case, an absolute stranger! Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Friday, November 10th in the year of our Lord 2023, just one day before my 17th anniversary celebration with my bride Amy. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.
On this episode, AP digs deep into history and finds an article to read to us written back in 1974 by Clarence Pickard. Pickard, from Indianola, rode the first RAGBRAI on a 10-speed women's Schwinn bicycle. He quickly became RAGBRAI famous for taking a wrong turn that first year and ending up riding his bike on Interstate 80, and for his bike riding attire: a pith helmet, long-sleeved shirt, long trousers and tennis shoes. After completing the very first RAGBRAI, he was invited to write an article for the Des Moines Register which he titled Pickard's Bike Riding Advice. His bike was restored by Charlie Harper of Harper's Cycle & Fitness in Muscatine and is now on display at the Warren County Historical Society Museum. www.ragbrai.com www.murphologypodcast.com www.rumrunnertour.com
You have a chance to help other women and also help solve this murder. This episode contains a detailed interview with both her mother and father, Tom and Erika Pillsbury. On April 16th 2023, Mercedes Vega was captured on CCTV footage walking into her apartment parking garage in Tempe, AZ. Just after the clip ends at 9:15pm, she encountered her killer(s). She was adbucted and tortured over the course of several hours...she was hit in the head, shot in the arm, bleach was poured down her throat, and she was burned alive. Her body was discovered around 1am when authorities responded to a vehicle that was on fire along Interstate 10.Mercedes was known for being a strong woman, and her parents both believe that she wasn't going down without a fight. Please share this episode for all women - someone out there knows something. We will never stop fighting for your justice. This one is for you, Mercedes.How do I submit a tip? Anonymously on their web site: https://silentwitness.org/ Or Text or Call: 480-WITNESS (480-948-6377)How do I donate to the GoFundMe? https://www.gofundme.com/f/reward-to-find-her-killer?fbclid=IwAR1yfQ3dmPOOMJXla4XcDKO4czY6qxdNwfZiYzRPr3jNhBGiZonPJ0aBrq4&type=copyLink"Silent Witness of AZ is an organization that allows individuals to anonymously report information while providing a financial reward with no fear of repercussions or the requirement to testify. We firmly believe that someone, somewhere, holds crucial information that could assist in solving this case. Our commitment is to allocate every dollar to a tip, whether it comes from an anonymous source or not, to aid in the search of her killer. If you are hesitant to share what you know, you do not even have to give your name. Funds can be conveniently delivered on a debit card, available at stores like Fry's or WalMart. The sole objective is to get justice for Mercedes and also to prevent this from happening to another child. We are whole heartedly dedicated to this mission, and your support is immensely appreciated." Stay Connected to her Case: Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/1041193393898060Instagram https://www.instagram.com/honoringmercedesvega/?ref=cqfn5qhwmf&hl=afThis one needs solved!!!! JCG Crew do your thing!!!! 333 Support the showThanks for listening! Subscribe here: For Bonus Friday Episodes! (You'll also get a shout out on the show, a handwritten thank you from your ladies, and 20% off our merch! Follow us on Instagram, TikTok and Facebook.
Just 20 minutes north of Birmingham on Interstate 22, Brookside, Alabama is a working-class town with less than 1,300 residents. From 2018 to 2020, income from traffic fines and forfeitures increased 640%, making up 49% of the town's revenue. In 2019, Brookside saw its first lawsuit that included allegations of racism and police misconduct. It caught national attention for being a predatory speed trap in 2022 and now facing a class-action federal lawsuit. Thank you to our podcast partner, 70 Million, for the story “Highway Robbery: How a Small-Town Traffic Trap Became A Legal Black Hole.” Learn more about the story and find the transcript on makingcontactradio.org. Like this story? Support independent journalism, NewsMatch will double your donation up to $1,000! Making Contact is a 29-minute weekly program committed to investigative journalism and in-depth critical analysis that goes beyond the breaking news. FEATURING: Pulitzer Prize winning journalist John Archibald, Brookside residents Sandra Harris and Ashley, Leah Nelson, Alabama Appleseed's research director, Birmingham Criminal and civil rights lawyer Bill Dawson, Adam Danneman, head of the Jefferson County Public Defender's Office and Joanna Weiss, Fines and Fees Justice Center's co-director. 70 MILLION EPISODE CREDITS: Episode reporter Rhana Natour, editor Monica Lopez and Juleyka Lantigua, host Mitzi Miller, sound designer Erica Huang, photo editor Michelle Baker, staff writer and designer Kori Doran, lead fact checker Haylee Millikan, lead producer Pamela Kirkland, episode photographer Amarr Croskey, creator/executive producer Juleyka Lantigua MAKING CONTACT: Host Anita Johnson, producers Anita Johnson, Salima Hamirani, Amy Gastelum, and Lucy Kang, executive director Jina Chung. MUSIC: Blue Dot Session - Curiously, Curiously Quiet Orchestra - My Friends
Is human trafficking a problem in Moab? Law enforcement and victim advocates say it's probably happening more often than we think. A recent human trafficking investigation at a Moab hotel drew new attention to the issue. //Photo: Highway 191 and Interstate 70 are both major corridors for drug and human trafficking, according to the Moab Police Department. Moab is close to the intersection of both thoroughfares. Photo via Flickr. //Show Notes: //https://bjs.ojp.gov/library/publications/human-trafficking-data-collection-activities-2023 //https://www.abc4.com/video/how-big-of-an-issue-is-human-trafficking-in-utah/9132264/
Everyone likes to think they know their own neighborhood: As a result ‘home bias' is a major issue among property investors. For first-time investors the issue is acute: The first steps into property would be even more daunting if the investment was in a distant city. But staying at home - especially in Melbourne - may just mean missing the best opportunities.In today's show, we cover : Making sure you are not being dudded by the body corporate Buying interstate - the pros and cons A cool response to making changes on Capital Gains Tax Where are exiting property investors putting their funds? James Gerrard of www.financialadviser.com.au joins Wealth Editor James KirbySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In using roadsides for the collection of solar power, can we succeed in achieving both environmental and economic goals? It all depends on how you define “success.”
Between 2003 and 2006, four sex workers disappeared from Las Vegas. Three of the girls are were confirmed to have been murdered after various pieces of their body's were found at various locations in or near Las Vegas, besides one woman whose legs were found in Springfield.The Vegas Four:Lindsay Marie Harris:On May 4, 2005, Harris disappeared from her home in Henderson, Nevada. She was last seen making a bank deposit at the bank near her home. Her rental car was found abandoned in the desert at the southern end of the valley and her credit cards had not been used. Later that November, America's Most Wanted aired a segment on Harris' disappearance.On May 23, 2005, a group of children discovered human legs in a grassy field a couple hundred yards away from Interstate 55 in Divernon, Illinois, 15 miles south of Springfield. After performing DNA tests on both of the legs, it was determined that they both belonged to the same person.In May 2008, the FBI was able to match the DNA of the unidentified woman that was sent in by Illinois authorities to Harris' DNA sent in by authorities in Henderson. After comparing the two DNA samples, the woman's legs were identified as Lindsay Harris.Harris had moved to the valley in 2003 with her boyfriend, whom she had met in New York. Harris had a history of being a sex worker, as Harris had been arrested 5 times for prostitution from the time she had moved to the valley to the time of her disappearance.Misty Marie Saens:Misty Marie Saens, who was 25 when she disappeared from Las Vegas the same month as Brewer. Partial remains were found in the desert on a road leading to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area near Las Vegas.Jessica Edith Louise Foster:Foster was one of four sex workers who disappeared in Las Vegas between 2003 and 2006. The bodies of the other three have been found. The Las Vegas Police Department launched an investigation of a person in question, bringing in a forensic scientist to spray luminol onto surfaces at crime scenes to detect invisible blood stains; but found nothing at his property, nor has he been interrogated on her disappearance. The documentary Trafficked No More, features her story and led to some tips to her whereabouts.Jodi Marie Brewer:The last time Pamela Brewer saw her 19-year-old daughter Jodi Marie, the teen's newly dyed blonde hair glowed like a halo around her head.Standing at the top of the stairs in their southwest Las Vegas condominium, she told her mother she was going out for the evening."She was so radiant, so beautiful that night," Brewer said. "She said, 'I love you mom' ... I told her I'd see her tomorrow.' "But Jodi Brewer didn't come home.After filing a missing person report with Metro and enduring several agonizing weeks of waiting and wondering, she learned Aug. 29 that the body of a woman had been discovered in San Bernardino County, Calif.The description of the tattoos on the body matched her daughter's. It was Jodi.In this episode, we begin our comprehensive look at the Las Vegas Four and their tragic tale as we explore the possiblity that they might be related to Rex Heuermann.(commercial at 13:04)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:Prostitutes share tragic fate | Las Vegas Review-Journal (reviewjournal.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
Sponsored by OLAPLEX https://pro.olaplex.com/ Sponsored by Professional Beauty Associationhttps://www.probeauty.org/executive-summit/Interview with Leslie RosteLeslie Roste, RN, BSN graduated from the University of Kansas, where she studied Nursing and Microbiology. After leaving nursing, she began working in the professional beauty industry as a subject matter expert on infection control and public safety. She has written many articles and spoken to audiences large and small on infection control and chemical safety in the work environment and specializes in the salon and barber industry. In 2020, she became the lead grant applicant on the Cosmetology Compact, working with the Department of Defense and Council of State Governments (CSG) to develop model legislation. Leslie currently works with the CSG (Council of State Governments) on behalf of FBIC on enacting the Cosmetology Interstate Licensure Compact, securing true license mobility for cosmetologists. Previously, Leslie worked with cosmetology boards in over 30 states on the revision of infection control rules and required curriculums consistent with current science and occupational trends. Throughout Covid, she assisted states in developing re-opening guidelines and offered education in all virtual formats to help states re-open. She is a national exam item writer and participated in the Safe Nevada project as well as the Department of Labor Occupational Licensing Consortium. Today we're talking about the Cosmetology Interstate Licensure Compact. According to the Professional Beauty Association's website The Cosmetology Compact is an interstate occupational licensure compact. Interstate compacts are constitutionally authorized, legislatively enacted, legally binding agreements among states. The Cosmetology Compact will enable licensed cosmetologists to practice in all states that join the compact, rather than getting an individual license in every state in which they want to practice. Like the compact for a driver's license, each compact member state agrees to mutually recognize the practitioner licenses issued by every other member state. Links: www.cosmetologycompact.orghttps://fbic.org/fbic/https://www.probeauty.org/want-your-professional-license-to-easily-transfer-state-to-state/ https://www.thetease.com/the-cosmetology-licensure-compact-wants-to-grant-license-mobility-to-stylists-everywhere-heres-what-this-means/ Contact info: email@example.com@gmail.com 816-955-1643News from TheTease.com
546. We interview Robin Roberts about her new book, City of the Undead. "From its looming above-ground cemeteries to the ghosts believed to haunt its stately homes, New Orleans is a city deeply entwined with death, the undead, and the supernatural. Its location near the mouth of the Mississippi River grants it a liminal status between water and land, while its Old World architecture and lush, moss-covered oak trees lend it an eerie beauty. Complementing the city's mysterious landscape, spiritual beliefs and practices from Native American, African, African American, Caribbean, and European cultures mingle in a unique ferment of the paranormal. A long history of enslavement and oppression have also produced fertile soil for stories of the undead. Focusing on three manifestations of the supernatural in New Orleans — Voodoo, ghosts, and vampires — Robin Roberts argues that the paranormal gives voice to the voiceless, including victims of racism and oppression, thus encouraging the living not to repeat the injustices of the past. Robin Roberts attended Mount Holyoke College, where the presence of its founder's grave in the center of campus kindled her interest in the otherworldly. After receiving her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania, she taught undergraduate and graduate courses with a focus on popular culture and gender. She lives in New Orleans." (LSU Press) This week in Louisiana history. Rebellion against Ulloa began with spiking of protective New Orleans cannons. This week in New Orleans history October 27, 1768. Jazz is Legislated as a National American Treasure. November 4, 1987 In 1987, the US House of Representatives and Senate passed a bill proposed by Democratic Representative John Conyers Jr. to define jazz as a unique form of American music stating, among other things, "... that jazz is hereby designated as a rare and valuable national American treasure to which we should devote our attention, support and resources to make certain it is preserved, understood and promulgated." The bill passed in the House of Representatives on September 23, 1987 and in the Senate on November 4, 1987. This week in Louisiana. Bayou Teche National Scenic Byway Distance: 183 miles Duration: Half-day to two days for self-guided tour The Bayou Teche National Byway has long been recognized as a travel corridor to and through important cultural, historic, natural, recreation and scenic environments. It is located in a three-parish area of Louisiana that exists along the beautiful Bayou Teche west of the Atchafalaya Basin from Morgan City through Franklin, New Iberia, St. Martinville, Breaux Bridge and on to Arnaudville. Primary access to the Bayou Teche Byways occurs from Interstate 10 and US 90. Postcards from Louisiana. TBC Brass Band & Hasizzle at Satchmofest in the Old Mint in New Orleans. Listen on Google Play. Listen on Spotify. Listen on TuneIn. The Louisiana Anthology Home Page. Like us on Facebook.
CTL Script/ Top Stories of November 4th Publish Date: November 3rd Henssler :15 From the Ingles Studio Welcome to the Award-Winning Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast Today is Saturday, November 3rd and Happy 53rd Birthday to Puff Daddy ***PUFF DADDY – CAN'T NOBODY HOLD ME DOWN*** I'm Keith Ippolito and here are the stories Cherokee is talking about, presented by Credit Union of Georgia. Ossoff Constituent Services Reps Visiting Woodstock Nov. 28 Cherokee County Sport Shooting Range Building Burned Down in Fire Holly Springs Residents Invited to Weigh In On Proposed $62 Million Budget We'll have all this and more coming up on the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast, and if you're looking for Community news, we encourage you to listen and subscribe! Commercial: CU of GA – DRAKE STORY 1: Ossoff Constituent Services Reps Visiting Woodstock Nov. 28 U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff's constituent services team is hosting an event on November 28 at the Woodstock City Hall Annex to assist residents in accessing federal benefits. The event, part of the "Constituent Services in Your Community" initiative, aims to help people navigate federal bureaucracy and access benefits such as Social Security, Medicare, passports, visas, and VA and TRICARE benefits for servicemembers, veterans, and their families. Ossoff's team is dedicated to helping constituents overcome administrative hurdles and provide support in accessing the benefits they deserve. Similar events are scheduled in other locations across the state in November. STORY 2: Cherokee County Sport Shooting Range Building Burned Down in Fire A clay shooting range building near Waleska, Georgia, known as Garland Mountain Sporting Clays & Grill, was destroyed in an early morning fire. Firefighters responded to the scene at 4:17 a.m., but the building was already mostly destroyed when they arrived. The fire had also spread to nearby golf carts and ignited spot fires in the surrounding woods. Cherokee County firefighters, along with assistance from Pickens County Fire & Rescue and the Georgia Forestry, managed to extinguish the main fire by 6:34 a.m. No injuries were reported, and the cause of the fire is under investigation. The shooting range plans to rebuild and may establish a temporary structure for clay shooting in the meantime. STORY 3: Holly Springs Residents Invited to Weigh In On Proposed $62 Million Budget The Holly Springs City Council plans to hold a public hearing on November 6 to discuss the proposed budget for 2024, totaling $62.4 million. The budget includes funds for the Town Center and the Holly Springs Parkway widening project. Most of the budget increase is attributed to the Town Center Project, particularly the construction of a parking deck. The general fund budget is set at nearly $14 million, with a significant increase from the previous year. Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax funding, about $10 million, is allocated for the Holly Springs Parkway widening project. The budget also designates $15.3 million for the Town Center, with a portion transferred from Urban Redevelopment Agency funding. Additional funds are allocated for parks and recreation, stormwater, and infrastructure improvements. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.874.3200 for more info. Back in a moment Break: ESOG – DAYCO – HELLER LAW STORY 4: New Cafe Brings a Taste of Italy to Woodstock Carlos and Melinda Alvarado, inspired by their time in Italy, opened Coffee & Sweets Bar Aperitivo to bring the Italian café experience to Woodstock, Georgia. The couple's passion for quality food and beverages is evident in their commitment to offering pure coffee without syrups or artificial additives. The menu features items like the Dante panini with capocollo and a unique refilling station where customers can have their bread filled with chocolate, jelly, or honey. The Alvarados' military background and meticulous planning skills aided in setting up the coffee shop, and they worked closely with contractors, architects, and engineers to create a unique space that reflects their vision. Their children actively participated in the menu selection process, ensuring authentic Italian flavors. Coffee & Sweets Bar Aperitivo is located at 2370 Towne Lake Parkway Suite 160 in Woodstock. STORY 5: Los Angeles County Medical Examiner's Office Gives Glimpse into Matthew Perry's Cause of Death Matthew Perry, the beloved actor best known for his role as Chandler Bing on the TV show "Friends," died of an apparent drowning at his Pacific Palisades home. A 911 call was made at 4:07 p.m. local time, treated as a water rescue. An autopsy has been completed, but the cause of death is "deferred" pending toxicology reports, and "other significant conditions" contributed to his death. Perry had reportedly engaged in physical activity, including playing pickleball on the morning of his death. His struggles with addiction were well-documented, but as of his last reported sobriety, the cause of death remains uncertain. Toxicology results are expected in the coming weeks. Authorities do not suspect foul play. Matthew Perry, who was 54 years old when he died on October 28, 2023, had a net worth estimated at $120 million at the time of his death. He faced numerous health issues due to his struggles with addiction, including pneumonia, an exploded colon, a coma, and multiple surgeries. However, his battle with addiction and his subsequent recovery led him to help others in their own journeys to sobriety. Commercial: THE MARKET - ELON – Cherokee Chamber STORY 7: Cherokee County and City Leaders Continue Work on I-575 and Sixes Road Interchange Plan Cherokee County, Holly Springs, and Woodstock are collaborating on an Interstate 575 and Sixes Road Interchange Area Plan to address land use and transportation improvements. Covering approximately 100 acres in the southeast quadrant of I-575 and Sixes Road, the plan will examine potential roadway and mobility enhancements. The area, with over 30 parcels, falls within the jurisdictions of Cherokee County, Woodstock, and Holly Springs. The goal is to develop this area as a regional center with employment opportunities and mitigate traffic congestion. An intergovernmental agreement, with Cherokee County responsible for 60% of the plan's cost and Holly Springs and Woodstock responsible for 20% each, has been approved to facilitate the project. The plan's implementation is expected to start in January 2024. STORY 8: 13-Year-Old From Cherokee County Reunited With Family The teenager who went missing in early October, Gladis Bautista Escobar, has been found and reunited with her parents. She had been reported missing from Cherokee County on October 7. Authorities, including the Canton Police Department and other agencies, collaborated on the investigation to locate her. Gladis had left a Creekview High School football game willingly with another student, and she posted to social media with a changed appearance during her absence. While she was not believed to be in danger, her family and law enforcement partners were committed to her safe return. We'll have closing comments after this. COMMERCIAL: INGLES 1 – Henssler 60 SIGN OFF – Thanks again for listening to today's Cherokee Tribune Ledger podcast. . 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Between 2003 and 2006, four sex workers disappeared from Las Vegas. Three of the girls are were confirmed to have been murdered after various pieces of their body's were found at various locations in or near Las Vegas, besides one woman whose legs were found in Springfield.The Vegas Four:Lindsay Marie Harris:On May 4, 2005, Harris disappeared from her home in Henderson, Nevada. She was last seen making a bank deposit at the bank near her home. Her rental car was found abandoned in the desert at the southern end of the valley and her credit cards had not been used. Later that November, America's Most Wanted aired a segment on Harris' disappearance.On May 23, 2005, a group of children discovered human legs in a grassy field a couple hundred yards away from Interstate 55 in Divernon, Illinois, 15 miles south of Springfield. After performing DNA tests on both of the legs, it was determined that they both belonged to the same person.In May 2008, the FBI was able to match the DNA of the unidentified woman that was sent in by Illinois authorities to Harris' DNA sent in by authorities in Henderson. After comparing the two DNA samples, the woman's legs were identified as Lindsay Harris.Harris had moved to the valley in 2003 with her boyfriend, whom she had met in New York. Harris had a history of being a sex worker, as Harris had been arrested 5 times for prostitution from the time she had moved to the valley to the time of her disappearance.Misty Marie Saens:Misty Marie Saens, who was 25 when she disappeared from Las Vegas the same month as Brewer. Partial remains were found in the desert on a road leading to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area near Las Vegas.Jessica Edith Louise Foster:Foster was one of four sex workers who disappeared in Las Vegas between 2003 and 2006. The bodies of the other three have been found. The Las Vegas Police Department launched an investigation of a person in question, bringing in a forensic scientist to spray luminol onto surfaces at crime scenes to detect invisible blood stains; but found nothing at his property, nor has he been interrogated on her disappearance. The documentary Trafficked No More, features her story and led to some tips to her whereabouts.Jodi Marie Brewer:The last time Pamela Brewer saw her 19-year-old daughter Jodi Marie, the teen's newly dyed blonde hair glowed like a halo around her head.Standing at the top of the stairs in their southwest Las Vegas condominium, she told her mother she was going out for the evening."She was so radiant, so beautiful that night," Brewer said. "She said, 'I love you mom' ... I told her I'd see her tomorrow.' "But Jodi Brewer didn't come home.After filing a missing person report with Metro and enduring several agonizing weeks of waiting and wondering, she learned Aug. 29 that the body of a woman had been discovered in San Bernardino County, Calif.The description of the tattoos on the body matched her daughter's. It was Jodi.In this episode, we begin our comprehensive look at the Las Vegas Four and their tragic tale as we explore the possiblity that they might be related to Rex Heuermann.(commercial at 13:04)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:Prostitutes share tragic fate | Las Vegas Review-Journal (reviewjournal.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
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