Journalists from around the state discuss the news of the week with host Bill Bryant, including Gov. Andy Beshear's announcement of reforms to the state's juvenile justice system and political news from the Republican primary campaign for governor. Guests: John Cheves, Lexington Herald-Leader; Marcus Green, WDRB in Louisville; and Erin Kelly, Spectrum News 1.
Happy New Year & Excited to share Season Three in 2023! This week on The Bliss Project Podcast, we're excited to share Episode 38: The Gift of Kindness with Founder of The Kind Effect, Megan Snedden. Megan lost her father in a plane crash around ten years ago; which also came on the heels of her losing her brother to a car accident when she was younger. The subsequent events and mental health issues brought her to rock bottom, but the adversity didn't destroy her. Learning to find happiness in despair led her to random acts of kindness, which she then turned into a movement that has inspired millions of people. Megan is founder of a KTLA-featured random acts of kindness movement, called the Kind Effect. She has been featured as a guest on KTLA, Good Morning LA-LA Land, Spectrum News and more, and she is extremely passionate about telling the story of kindness because she feels it can really help others, especially those struggling with mental health. In the episode we discuss: How Megan's story of loss and finding her passion in random acts of kindness helped her heal. How her own journey led to her birthing the Kind Effect Movement. Taking a first date along for the adventure of offering kindness and the story and inspiration behind the “Kindosaur”. The importance of Kindness in Mental health support. Small steps you can take each day to be a little more kind and offer your own random acts of kindness. How she has taken this movement internationally by combining her passion for kindness and travel. Learn more about Megan here: @thekindeffect TheKindEffect.com Learn More About The Bliss Project and Us: www.theblissproject777.com Connect with us here: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @TheBlissProject777 Join us each week for a new episode available on our website, Breaker, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic, Spotify, and now iTunes! Music By Mark Adler --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theblissproject/support
In this episode, I have the pleasure of talking to one of my favorite human beings, Orie Givens IV. Orie is the director of communications for an LGBTQIA+-related non profit and I originally befriended him because of his work as a producer and host of the radio show Queer State of Mind, which airs every Saturday on Radio Free Brooklyn from 12-2 PM Eastern. Orie has had a long career in broadcast journalism, having served as a reporter for Spectrum News here in New York and in his home state of Ohio and as a writer for the legendary Advocate. Orie and I discuss many different facets of his life journey, including our mutual but not monolithic experiences as queer Black men. He discusses being impacted by addiction at a very young age, and looking to break the cycles of generational trauma many of us find ourselves struggling to come out on the right side of. We also go in depth about the experience of living in New York City vs. living in the midwest, as Orie has ping ponged between both environments over the course of his adult life.
Host: Kevin Smith Dives into the weekly news most impactful to the HeartlandHEADLINESAgape Boarding School will close its doors this month after years of abuse allegationsMissouri Independent - https://missouriindependent.com/2023/01/11/agape-boarding-school-will-close-its-doors-this-month-after-years-of-abuse-allegation/Missourians are set to head two of the most powerful committees in this Congress Kansas City Star - https://www.kansascity.com/news/politics-government/article270991742.html#storylink=cpyLIGHTNING ROUNDArkansasArkansas Gov. Executive Orders NBC - https://www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/arkansas-gov-sarah-huckabee-sanders-bans-term-latinx-first-day-office-rcna65351Senate Bill 43 The Hill - https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/3806087-arkansas-bill-would-classify-drag-show-as-adult-oriented-business-adds-location-restrictions/OklahomaState Sen. Nathan Dahm's Russian comradesOK News 4 - https://kfor.com/news/local/state-senator-fighting-to-stop-ukrainian-troops-to-ok/Gov. Kevin Stitt is reshaping The State Board of EducationKGOU OK - https://www.kgou.org/politics-and-government/2023-01-12/stitt-reshapes-oklahoma-state-boards-for-education-veterans-affairs-as-he-starts-second-termKansasKansas GOP fears “woke ideology” Kansas Reflector - https://kansasreflector.com/2023/01/10/kansas-gop-rails-against-woke-agenda-will-work-toward-stricter-abortion-rules/NebraskaState Sen. Joni Albrecht's Heartbeat Bill ABC - https://www.ketv.com/article/lincoln-nebraska-state-senator-introduces-fetal-heartbeat-abortion-bill/42467281ColoradoNative American's Speak to General Assembly The Denver Post - https://www.denverpost.com/2023/01/12/colorado-ute-tribes-address-legislature-sports-betting/Burning down the Transformer AP - https://news.yahoo.com/colorado-man-vegas-solar-fire-010241283.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAC0w7VYw-GaTGgX_Sag-H_KGiSNMmUoTV-guPk1zMHIiWq6ElqjVSIbQP1V2fjFNp0O85u6KDtUcd65QSfWs9smXmaseKejgSRDZqgsDDXHtlghe8hGU3FUlneM3poBGn3GSgLvphWwQXEfRS60ug9eY5cDjBzF_MxJXH4CVhzU3IOWAGov Kim Reynolds Seeks to defund public education Des Moines Register - https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/politics/2023/01/11/kim-reynolds-proposes-private-school-scholarships-iowa-condition-state-2023/69731249007/WisconsinThe Wisconsin GOP seeks to overturn ‘conversion therapy' banAP - https://apnews.com/article/politics-health-wisconsin-state-government-district-of-columbia-1530351ffa2e4fc96f8bbae00f4e283eClimate change in Wisconsin PBS - https://pbswisconsin.org/news-item/climate-change-is-warming-wisconsin-winters-faster-than-other-seasons/IndianaParty FlipWTHR Indiana - https://www.wthr.com/article/news/politics/howey-party-switching-candidates-are-rare-in-indiana-jennifer-mccormick/531-cbd22970-83e8-4e46-bd77-d861894ec04bHoosiers defining Hoosiers Indiana Capital Chronicle - https://indianacapitalchronicle.com/2023/01/12/where-did-hoosier-come-from-an-indiana-bill-seeks-to-answer-that-question-for-good/ILLINOIS - Semiautomatic weapon ban AP - https://apnews.com/article/politics-illinois-district-of-columbia-shootings-violence-e8f6523bc0ce295a5cbabfdf000c3399KentuckyCharter School Challenge Fox News - https://fox56news.com/news/kentucky/lawsuit-takes-aim-at-blocking-kentuckys-charter-school-law/Rebecca Blankenship makes history Spectrum News 1 - https://spectrumnews1.com/ky/louisville/news/2023/01/11/kentucky-s-first-transgender-elected-officialTennessee Democratic lawmakers are renewing efforts to legalize marijuana The Tennessean - https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/politics/2023/01/12/marijuana-in-tennessee-democrats-introduce-bill-to-legalize-it/69801494007/Missouri20 year murder mystery solvedKSDK - https://www.ksdk.com/article/news/crime/maryland-heights-man-charged-2004-headless-torso-case-mike-clardy-deanna-denise-howland/63-39342cbc-7e72-4309-bf44-04f197553a2f
ICYMI: Later, with Mo'Kelly Presents – An in-depth look at the top news stories of the day, and the responsibility of News Anchors to accurately report the news with Kelvin Washington, host of “Your Afternoon” on Spectrum News 1…KFI AM 640 – Live everywhere on the iHeartRadio app
Natalie Brunell is a Polish-American media personality, investigative journalist, podcast host and educator. She hosts the Coin Stories podcast, featuring the leading voices in Bitcoin and economics. She was recently a senior correspondent and investigative reporter for Spectrum News 1 LA and an adjunct instructor of advanced video storytelling at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. She hosts two podcasts highlighting origin and success stories: Coin Stories and Career Stories. For Everything Natalie:https://www.youtube.com/user/nataliebrunell?app=desktop For Everything Brendan: https://www.brendangay.com/ Send It Show Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/c/BrendanGayIG: @brendangay Website: brendangay.com
Renata Poulton Kamakura reminds us of the importance of nearby nature and the power in community that orbits around urban ecology. Renata is a PhD student at Duke University's Clark Lab, a NatureNet science fellow, and a NSF Graduate Research Fellow. Renata's current work is mostly within the realm of urban ecology. They have authored and collaborated on published research focused on the pace of tree migration and invasion in tallgrass prairies. Also, tree fecundity related size and age as well as indirect climate effects. Long story short, I also know Renata because they have some insights on phenology, growth, mortality and local adaptation of Pacific madrone. I cherish their contribution to the body of thought about madrone as well as their efforts at applying emergent strategy and expanding the possibilities for healthier urban forests in community with our neighbors. More about Renata and their current research on Duke University website https://sites.duke.edu/renatakamakura Kamakura, R. P., DeWald, L. E., Sniezko, R. A., Elliott, M., & Chastagner, G. A. (2021). Using differences in abiotic factors between seed origin and common garden sites to predict performance of Pacific madrone (Arbutus menziesii Pursh). Forest Ecology and Management, 497, 119487. From treating ash trees to neighborhood outreach to petitions, residents rally to protect the urban forest. Chicago Tribune. June 12th, 2022. ‘Urban areas are stressful': Ecologist shares how to help trees thrive amid city life. Spectrum News. March 23, 2022. The reimagine restoration store is now up! https://treehuggerpod.creator-spring.com | enter code REIMAGINE for 10% off until end of January 2023 It takes a community to keep a podcast going. Donate to the show @myadrick via Paypal and Venmo and CashApp The music for the show you heard from Gunnar Olsen, Riot, MK2l, and Bad Snacks Tell a few friends about the show and follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter @treehuggerpod Review treehugger podcast on iTunes
Casey MacPherson-Pomeroy and Caleb Guillory are childhood friends. Casey and his wife are living in Anguilla while Casey attends medical school. Caleb, his wife, and two other friends visit Anguilla to ring in 2019, but the new year brings tragedy. Caleb and Casey die after ordering a drink at a beach bar. The island's coroner says the pair ingested a lethal dose of methylenedioxyamphetamine and cocaine. Neither man had a history of drug use. Then came the shocking information on the death certificates: Caleb had suffered from asphyxia, strangulation and chest compression. Casey's cited seizure and cardiac and pulmonary distress. What's the truth? Joining Nancy Grace Today: Debanee MacPherson-Udall - Casey MacPherson-Pomeroy's Sister Facebook.com/JusticeforCaseyandCaleb Christopher Montgomery - Consultant and Agent to MacPherson-Pomeroy, Foundation Board Member; JusticeForCaseyandCaleb.tumblr.com Caryn Stark - NYC Psychologist;Twitter: @carynpsych, Facebook: "Caryn Stark" Bobby Chacon - 27 years former FBI Agent; Instagram/Twitter: @BobbyChaconFBI; Writer and Co-producer: Audible Original Series, "After the Fall" Dr. Dennis C. Doherty - Medical Director, Right Relief Health and Robert W. Dail Memorial Treatment Center, Duke University Medical Center; Facebook.com/RightReliefHealth Devan M. Doherty - Clinical Coordinator and Alcohol & Drug Counselor at Right Relief Health, Data Analyst, ABJ Degree from the University of Georgia; Major in Public Relations & Minor in Sociology Katie Streit - Multimedia Journalist, Spectrum News 13 (Orlando, FL) - Formerly with NBC5 KOBI-TV in Medford, OR); Twitter: @katiestreit, Instagram: @katieestreit See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After a two week long road trip spanning the Christmas holiday, the Charlotte Hornets begin a four game homestand tonight by hosting Oklahoma City. Sam Farber and Mike Solarte of Spectrum News 1 preview the game and talk homestand goals for the week ahead.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You've probably seen this week's guest on Instagram sharing incredible random facts about Los Angeles. His name is Evan Lovett and his “L.A. in a Minute” videos have blown up on Tik Tok and Instagram. As fans of his videos and what he's doing, we invited him to share his story on our podcast. As a born and raised Los Angeles native, with a journalism background, he was itching to do something creative at a time when screens were capturing his kid's attention. So he did! He's also done a few San Pedro related videos. In this episode hear about his upbringing in Los Angeles, what he loves about San Pedro, and what he's found most interesting since he's been doing L.A. in a Minute. Share this episode and information with friends, family or co-workers and leave us a review. Follow and subscribe to the podcast so you never miss an episode. You can also support the podcast by becoming a patron at patreon.com/hellosanpedro where you'll get access to bonus episodes and more. Follow us on instagram for more San Pedro content at @hellosppodcast. Thanks for listening, – Amanda + Jess Our website https://www.hellosanpedro.com/ L.A. in a Minute on Tik Tok https://www.tiktok.com/@evanlovett?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc L.A. in a Minute on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lainaminute/ Evan Lovett on Good Day L.A. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL7f29XNxXg Evan Lovett on Spectrum News 1 https://spectrumnews1.com/ca/la-west/la-times-today/2022/12/07/-la-in-a-minute--videos-educate-tiktok-about-the-city L.A. in a Minute YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/EvanLovett L.A. in a Minute - San Pedro Fish Market https://www.instagram.com/p/CkBUtX-p_KV/ Thank you to Rock Ashfield at Palm Realty Boutique for the generous recording space! Rock Ashfield https://rockthehouse.prbhomes.com/ Palm Realty Boutique San Pedro 255 W 6th St. San Pedro, CA 90731
More than 37 million Americans are living with diabetes; another 96 million are pre-diabetic, making it among the most widespread health conditions in the U.S. It can also be among the most debilitating — when not well-managed, it can cause heart disease, kidney failure, blindness, and even lower limb amputation. However, for the millions dealing with type 2 diabetes, it is also one of the most treatable chronic diseases. In an effort to raise awareness around the issue, Spectrum News National Health Reporter Erin Billups joined Errol Louis to talk about their new collaborative special report “USA1C: Fighting the Rise of Diabetes,” which is currently airing on Spectrum News nationally. The conversation covered “the social determinants of health” — a recognition that income and education levels and where people live are just as important as genetics. They also discussed Erin's trip to the diabetes belt that stretches along the Mississippi Delta, where she met Dr. Faluso Fakorede, a leading advocate in the fight against diabetes. And they weighed in on their experiences here in New York where Mayor Eric Adams has advocated for systemic change in health care. After their conversation, you can listen to the special in its entirety. Join the conversation, weigh in on Twitter using the hashtag #NY1YouDecide or give us a call at 212-379-3440 and leave a message. Or send an email to YourStoryNY1@charter.com.
This week's episode marks our official transition to winter and not because of the snow, but because Sam Adams Winter Lager is officially on tap at The Bunker in North Greenbush... We also recap Park Albany doing Drew dirty, we watch our Spectrum News story live on the show, brainstorm the Buttonista's next live show, her giveaway with The Plant Hatch in Clifton Park, plus a jam-packed peak into the week, presented by Slip 12. Notes:- Peak or pit of the week (4:40)- Park Albany strikes again (10:35)- Why Drew might convert to full-time CDTA rider (15:50)- Watching the 2BD Spectrum News story (16:41)- The Buttonista's next live Podcast (26:55)- The Buttonista's hand-made giveaway from The Plant Hatch (29:30)- Peek into the week: Presented by Slip 12 (33:35)
All right, it's nostalgia time. On October 29, 1997, viewers first tuned in to a new station. From covering local events like theme park openings, the Pulse shooting, and hurricanes through the years, Spectrum News 13 has been with you every step of the way. Now in 2022, we are celebrating 25 years of Spectrum News 13, so we've gone through the newsroom to find the stalwarts, the people who've seen it all. They are Managing Editor John Handiboe and Assignment Editor Luis Rivera.
Ben and Blake take a look at the Leafs most recent loss and whether there is concern in net as Matt Murray is still not in the lineup. Next, the incredible cost of kids playing in net and Ben's happiness over his kids not playing the position. Later, the combo of Matthews-Marner-Reilly have a horrible record during 3-on-3 OT and the guys try to explain why this trend has held. Then a look at a few names who might be a good fit for the Jays, especially pitchers. Finally, we head to Buffalo where Jon Scott from Spectrum News updates the Josh Allen injury and explains why there's a chance he might play on Sunday despite the fact that his UCL injury was believed to keep him out for weeks (36:05). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Today's Idol Book Club pick was recommended by kpop idols RM and Suga of BTS! Almond by Won-Pyung Sohn Our guest is Jess from ATC Presents: Daebak K Rambles Podcast! Find her @atcdaebakpod on Instagram and Twitter. Listen to the end to find out who we would cast in a fantasy casting of a K drama version of this book (to date, we don't know if there will be a K drama based on this book!). ABOUT THE BOOK & AUTHOR Gained popularity after members of BTS were seen reading it [Twitter] Korean coming-of-age novel wins Japanese literary award [The Korea Times] Korean Author's Misfit Boys Teach Us About Emotion [Interview with the author, translated by the book's translator] [authorlink] Writer Sohn Won-Pyung [Interview with the author] [K-Book Trends] Best-selling authors, veteran actors jump to filmmaking [The Korea Times] 'Almond' by Sohn Won-pyung sells 1 mln copies [Yonhap News] Coming-of-age novel 'Almond' to be made into musical [The Korea Times] SCHOOL BULLYING IN KOREA The podcast Dramas Over Flowers has this episode where they discuss school bullying. South Korea's school bullying has deadly consequences [CNN] ALEXITHYMIA For people with alexithymia, emotions are a mystery [Spectrum News]
In this conversation we talk about finding autistic community, the new term “profound autism”, do-it-yourself body piercings, our love of science, and a bad racist date. | 0:01 | update to AutiComm in December | 0:09 | Derry Girls....pretty accurate | 0:10 | Dublin called "the big smoke" | 0:10 | Toronto Population 2021/2022 | 0:11 | Article: Opinion: It's time to embrace ‘profound autism' | Spectrum | 0:12 | Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Therapy for Autism | 0:15 | Spectrum News | 0:27 | The Gut Microbiome and the Brain - PMC | 0:27 | Bacteria and the brain: A new insight into mental health | 0:27 | How the Nervous System Responds to Trauma | 0:28 | Fish Form Social Networks—and They're Actually Good | WIRED | 0:29 | Every cell can communicate with electrical signals | 0:30 | 2002 Nobel Prize in Physics | 0:30 | The guy who tried to prove Einstein right but proved him wrong | 0:31 | Quantum physics | 0:42 | California sober | 0:48 | Many autistics have trouble with change | 0:54 | Changes cost extra spoons | | Weavers and concluders | 1:27 | Infodumping | 1:31 | Healthy boundaries | 1:44 | DM Tango @ A Team on Instagram.......auties helping auties
This piece from the vast Off-Ramp archive is from the very first Off-Ramp - August 5, 2006 - and it's still one of my favorites because it answers a very simple question. What's it like to ride a motorcycle in LA? The obvious person to answer that question was Susan Carpenter, then the motorcycle columnist for the LA Times (now at Spectrum News 1), who put a little microphone into her helmet and then took off down the streets, roads, and freeways of LA. Support for this podcast comes from Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live; and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Off-Ramp theme music by Fesliyan Studios.
The unprecedented migrant crisis in New York City has forced Mayor Eric Adams to declare a state of emergency. The influx of asylum seekers has been accelerated by Texas Gov. Greg Abbot who is is trying to handle his own state's border issues by busing thousands of migrants to New York. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has also seen a large influx of immigrants from Venezuela, as people try to escape that country's economic decline. While the number of migrants entering New York City has dropped off significantly in recent weeks, the crisis is still an ongoing national problem. With this in mind, Errol sat down with his Spectrum colleagues Karina Kling, the host of Capital Tonight on Spectrum News 1 in Austin, and Ybeth Bruzual from Spectrum News 13 in Orlando for a multi-city discussion about asylum seekers entering the United States. The conversation touched on how this is a bipartisan problem, what impact the general election may have on the crisis and what to expect in the months ahead. Also, they examine whether New York's relationship with the state of Texas has been strained. Join the conversation, weigh in on Twitter using the hashtag #NY1YouDecide or give us a call at 212-379-3440 and leave a message. Or send an email to YourStoryNY1@charter.com
This week's episode recaps our biggest big tip energy to date, our interview with Spectrum News, proposing a new costume idea for Back 9 Bri to wear for Crossgates' Malloween, and brainstorming what we hope to be a new 2BD holiday tradition in Schenectady. This episode is taped while pushing porch pints at The Bunker in Clifton Park, where you can now order off the Two Buttons Deep speciality cocktail menu. Notes:- Peak of the week (0:55)- Spectrum News interview (4:30)- Eggy's reaction to his big $3,000 tip (9:00)- Proposing a new costume for Back 9 Bri to wear at Crossgates' Malloween (15:15)- Brainstorming a 2BD parade float (21:10)- Peek into the week brought to you by Martin, Harding & Mazzotti (27:25) Leave a review for BTB and stay tuned for a new episode every Friday.
This week, incumbent Democrat Gov. Kathy Hochul and her Republican challenger, Rep. Lee Zeldin, squared for the first and likely only time in a televised gubernatorial debate hosted by Spectrum News NY1. Moderators Errol Louis and Susan Arbetter of Spectrum News' "Capital Tonight" weighed in on the highlights of the showdown, including the candidates' extremely different policy views in a race that is tighter than many people anticipated. Hochul and Zeldin sparred over issues such as abortion, crime, and pay-to-play allegations. Errol and Susan break it all down and offer their insights. In case you missed it, you can listen to the entire debate immediately after their discussion. Join the conversation, weigh in on Twitter using the hashtag #NY1YouDecide or give us a call at 212-379-3440 and leave a message. Or send an email to YourStoryNY1@charter.com
Luke Hetrick from Spectrum News joins Brandon Kravitz to chat about the disappointing 0-4 start to the Magic, the eye-popping play of Bol Bol, and how Mo Bamba fits into all of this. Plus, a brief chat as we inch closer to the Florida/Georgia game.
Democratic incumbent Tom DiNapoli and Republican challenger Paul Rodríguez met on the debate stage in the race for New York State Comptroller. NY1's Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Juan Manuel Benítez shared their takeaways of the showdown, hosted by Spectrum News 1/NY1. Civil to a point, the two men had broadly different ideas about how the state's finances should be overseen. Meanwhile, the race for governor appears to be tightening. Can Lee Zeldin pull ahead and become the first Republican New York governor in 16 years? A Quinnipiac University poll shows incumbent Gov. Kathy Hochul's lead to be narrowing to only four points, as crime and inflation emerge as pressing issues for New York voters. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about this week's comptroller debate. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: email@example.com
The Hornets home opener is tonight vs. the New Orleans Pelicans. Mike Solarte of Spectrum News 1 joins Sam Farber to preview the matchup and talk Charlotte's impressive season opener in San Antonio.
LA City Councilman Kevin de León has announced he will not resign amid an uproar over a leaked tape that revealed him participating in a meeting in which Latino officials made racist remarks. "Inside the Issues: The Podcast" hosts Alex Cohen and Sara Sadhwani have plenty to say about de León's defiant resistance to the calls for his resignation. About the Podcast In the official companion podcast to her nightly show, "Inside The Issues,” Spectrum News 1 political anchor Alex Cohen brings listeners inside the world of SoCal politics. From the personalities to the races and what goes on behind closed doors, Alex and political science professor Sara Sadhwani cover it all. Join every Thursday for a spirited discussion that's as informative as it is fun.
Ben starts the show with Justin Bourne from Real Kyper and Bourne and after watching a lot of MLB underdogs clinch a series in the playoffs, the guys debate which leagues get it right and ultimately if the top team in a given sports league also becomes the one to win the championship. Then a look at why it's hard to bet on the Leafs because they are such favs. Later (29:00) a quick visit from Jon Scott, Bills reporter with Spectrum News who was in KC for the game yesterday. Next (34:00) over to Peter King from NBC Sports to recap Week 6, why the Bills are the best team in football and how Von Miller keeps taking different teams to the Super Bowl. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
This week we're in Wisconsin talking about a straight-laced churchgoer with a dark side. Then, we'll discuss a web of lies that ends in murder. Buckle up and join us on this dark and twisted ride through America's Dairyland. You may now join us on Patreon or buy us a Cocktail. Be sure to subscribe on Apple and leave a review, or, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! Interested in your own digital "If I Go Missing" file? Get 20% off here: HelpYouFind.Me and be sure to use promo code USOFM Sources: 9 News, the Freeman, CBS, GM Today, Murderpedia, LA Times, NBC 15, Spectrum News, New York Post Music by Pixabay --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unitedstatesofmurder/support
Spectrum News' Brian McInnis joins the podcast as our first repeat guest! Brian shares with Jordan and Hunter the latest on the status of the New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District (NASED) which recently has seemed to have stalled out. The Rainbow Warriors return to the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletic Complex for the first time in three weeks and will look for their second win of the season against Nevada at 6p.m. this Saturday, October 15. Mahalo to Spectrum, HawaiiUSA FCU, and Battery Bill's for sponsoring Hawaii Football Now!
A leaked conversation between three Los Angeles City Council members and a top labor leader that included racist remarks has roiled City Hall. “Inside the Issues: The Podcast” hosts Alex Cohen and Sara Sadhwani dive headfirst into the scandal and fallout. About the Podcast In the official companion podcast to her nightly show, "Inside The Issues,” Spectrum News 1 political anchor Alex Cohen brings listeners inside the world of SoCal politics. From the personalities to the races and what goes on behind closed doors, Alex and political science professor Sara Sadhwani cover it all. Join every Thursday for a spirited discussion that's as informative as it is fun.
Friday night saw the first (and only) debate for US Senate in North Carolina. It was aired on Spectrum News: The two top candidates running for North Carolina's open seat in the U.S. Senate, Republican Ted Budd and Democrat Cheri Beasley, met for a debate in Raleigh on Friday night. Hosted by Spectrum News 1, Friday's debate is the only time the two candidates were scheduled to meet before the Nov. 8 election. Writing at Longleaf Politics.com, Andrew Dunn said Budd hammered Beasley as a rubber stamp for the Biden agenda, and didn't make any serious mistakes. Debates are about moments, as Democratic strategist Morgan Jackson pointed out when he made the rounds on the state's political podcasts this week. Last night's U.S. Senate debate between Ted Budd and Cheri Beasley really had just one. Moderator Tim Boyum asked both candidates about their relationship with the leaders of their parties — President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump. Budd handled it decently well, pointing out economic growth under the previous administration, and saying Trump endorsed him because he's “America First.” Beasley … well, she didn't handle it well at all. When asked whether she'd stand on stage next to President Biden were he to come campaign in North Carolina, Beasley awkwardly danced around the question. After stumbling, she said she'd have to see if she was available. As Western Carolina University political scientist Dr. Chris Cooper said, "There was no mic drop moment." Get exclusive content here!: https://thepetekalinershow.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With the midterm elections around the corner, one of the more notable contests is the race for the 11th Congressional District. According to an exclusive Spectrum News/Siena College poll, Republican incumbent, Nicole Malliotakis has the lead over Democratic challenger Max Rose. NY1's Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Emily Ngo take a detailed look at the rematch, which may serve as a bellwether for the rest of the country. They also dig into other results of the poll, including which issues are on voters' minds as they head to the ballot box. The team also takes another look at the race for governor, in which Gov. Kathy Hochul holds a commanding lead over Republican challenger Lee Zeldin. Can Zeldin gain some ground in the coming weeks? We want to hear from you, especially what you think about the 11th Congressional District. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: email@example.com
This week, just days before our exclusive and only U.S. Senate debate between Cheri Beasley and Ted Budd, we bring on two of the state's top political consultants to break down the race and what we can expect. Paul Shumaker represents both current U.S. Senators and Morgan Jackson represents Gov. Cooper and Attorney General Josh Stein. They both have extensive Senate campaign and debate experience. They will not only give us their take on what's at stake for both candidates, but they will share behind-the-scenes stories on what it's like to prepare for these high stake debates.
Spectrum News provides a local cable news channel for every city with Spectrum Cable. It's rarely hard-hitting news and leans more towards inoffensive local stories about kittens in trees. It would be the news channel for barbie dolls if they watched news. Local Spectrum News channel 1 in NYC became an exception to that policy when they quietly fired Eric Adame, the local fan favorite weatherman on Channel 1. They fired him for engaging in online sex in a private sex-webcam-chat-porn-site. This wasn't an Only Fans account, it was a subscribers only adult web-cam-chat service and Eric was chatting in the privacy of his own home during his off hours. Spectrum Channel 1 might have had a real reason to fire Eric if he had been inappropriate while reporting, but his clothes always stayed on when he was reporting the weather. Someone, unknown and anonymous, took photos of Eric without his consent while he was naked online. This unknown person sent those photos to Eric's boss and to Eric's mother. Eric is a textbook case of revenge porn and is suing the webcam company for the name of the person who sent the photos. He intends to file legal action against the person who took the photos. Eric apologized to his fans, his boss, his co-workers, all of New York City, and the weather itself. None of that mattered to Spectrum. They fired him for whatever legal reason they could find to justify the firing and now no one knows what the weather is in New York City. But everyone knows that Eric was fired unfairly and lost his right to privacy.
NC State is coming off another dominant win in non-conference play, but the real fun will begin this Saturday against Clemson. The Wolfpack will be met with not only the No. 5 Tigers and 81,500 fans, but also the remnants of Hurricane Ian on Saturday night in primetime on ABC. Therefore, on this week's episode, James and Cory are joined by Spectrum News meteorologist and NC State graduate Lee Ringer to discuss Ian and its potential impact on the game. Bud Elliott of 247Sports and CBS Sports also joins the podcast in the final segment to break down the national perspective of Saturday's game and give his thoughts on NC State, Clemson and more!
In the official companion podcast to her nightly show, "Inside The Issues”, Spectrum News 1 political anchor Alex Cohen brings listeners inside the world of SoCal politics. From the personalities, to the races and what goes on behind closed doors, Alex and political science professor Sara Sadhwani cover it all. Join every Thursday for a spirited discussion that's as informative as it is fun.
Sunday, it's the Packers and the Buccaneers from Tampa Bay. Doug goes in depth with WFRV-TV's Burke Griffin and Spectrum News host Dennis Krause about the matchup, and what went right in Green Bay's Week 2 win over the Chicago Bears.
You can often see right through a political journalist's reporting and easily guess which side of the spectrum they favor… but not with this week's guest. Tim Boyum is a Political Anchor at Spectrum News 1 in Charlotte, NC and he's dedicated his reporting to delivering a fair and objective look at North Carolina's politics. Tim is also no stranger to the podcasting mic as the host of his own political news podcast called “Tying it Together.” Watch this episode on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pt4IFdJaXs★ CONTACT US ★Website: https://onthemarcmedia.com/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org↓ FIND US ON SOCIAL ↓Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OTMMediaTwitter: https://twitter.com/onthemarcmediaLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/on-the-marc-media/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onthemarcmedia/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@onthemarcmedia
NASA's SLS rocket has been in development for over a decade and at last was ready to take off from the Space Coast. But leaks and other technical problems thwarted it on its first attempts. Jake travelled to Florida to see it and reports on how it went, and how weaknesses in the program's architecture don't end at lift off.We talk the Space Launch System1st Scrub - Space News2nd Scrub - Space NewsYears after shuttle, NASA rediscovers the perils of liquid hydrogen - Ars TechnicaWe got a leaked look at NASA's future Moon missions—and likely delays - Ars TechnicaFollow Jake & WeMartiansWeMartians.comPatreon (https://www.wemartians.com/support)WeMartians Shop (shop.wemartians.com)Mailing List (https://wemartians.com/signup)Twitter (@we_martians)Jake's Twitter (@JakeOnOrbit)Off-Nominal YouTubeMarsti.meProbe Uranus DesignLean in to the jokes and stand behind the Decadal Survey's recommendation to probe Uranus by picking up the new design at the WeMartians shop today! You can get it in a t-shirt or on a coffee mug. Explore the mysteries of Uranus today.Used under fair use:Spectrum News 13 ClipABC News ClipsArtemis clipObama's Speech
In this episode, I'm joined by Katie Priefer of Spectrum News 1 as we breakdown the AFC North division and what it has to offer in 2022. We take dives on each team, including how the Bengals can rebound off a Super Bowl hangover and how the Browns can play good football without Deshaun Watson.
Makayla Noble, a champion cheerleader and influencer, shares her incredible story of courage and faith with Sadie exactly 11 months after her tumbling accident led to a severe spinal cord injury. Makayla's encouraging message is to remember that God is not done with you yet! He can use your story right now — right where you are. Friends, amid all the trials, hardships, and anxieties you face, know that you always have someone you can trust. https://liberty.edu/Sadie — Get your application fee WAIVED when you start your future with Liberty University today! https://dwelldifferently.com/ — Get your first month absolutely FREE with code SADIE! https://www.audible.com/SADIE — Visit the link OR text SADIE to 500-500. New members try Audible FREE for 30 days! Credits: “Cheerleading Injury Not Slowing Down Makayla Noble”: Spectrum News Original video: https://bit.ly/3AqJJeM Permission to republish granted to WHOA That's Good Podcast by Spectrum News. - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hotelier and philanthropist Harris Rosen discusses the Rosen Medical Center & RosenCare, with the focus of the conversation: Affordable health care. He is asked: How on earth are you able to provide fairly inexpensive health care to thousands of your employees? Hear his answer in the latest Beyond the Soundbite. ABOUT THE SHOW Political figures and influencers are often heard in brief bites that don't capture the context of the whole story. “Central Florida: Beyond the Soundbite” expands the conversation with these newsmakers along the I-4 corridor and beyond. Join award-winning Spectrum News 13 anchor and Orlando Woman of the Year Ybeth Bruzual, political reporter Greg Angel, and veteran producer Gary Darling for a must-hear interview each week and learn about the issues affecting Central Florida.
We're less than a week away from the August election. For partisan races, it's the primary election, but for most non-partisan races, it's all about commissioners, council members and judges. It's actually a general election, so as Orange County Supervisor of Elections Bill Cowles said in Beyond the Soundbite podcast a few weeks ago, “There's a ballot for everybody.” One set of races on the ballot can often lead to voters throwing their hands up and just blindly picking a name are the judicial races: the circuit court judges and the county court judges. The big question is: How do you make an informed decision on who to vote for? We're going to try and shed a little bit of light on that in this week's Beyond the Soundbite podcast. We have four judicial candidates who are on the ballot for the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Orange and Osceola counties. Joining this week's podcast are: Aldo Bartolone Judge Vincent Chiu Alison Kerestes Fay Olga Pappas ABOUT THE SHOW Political figures and influencers are often heard in brief bites that don't capture the context of the whole story. “Central Florida: Beyond the Soundbite” expands the conversation with these newsmakers along the I-4 corridor and beyond. Join award-winning Spectrum News 13 anchor and Orlando Woman of the Year Ybeth Bruzual, political reporter Greg Angel, and veteran producer Gary Darling for a must-hear interview each week and learn about the issues affecting Central Florida.
Welcome to Central Florida: Beyond the Soundbite, Spectrum News 13's podcast that's covering politics up and down the I-4 corridor. Aug. 23 is primary election day and it's coming up fast, with so many races to talk about. This week, we're hearing from two of the three Republican candidates running in U.S. Congressional District 11, the seat currently held by Congressman Dan Webster. Hear from candidates Laura Loomer and Gavriel Soriano. ABOUT THE SHOW Political figures and influencers are often heard in brief bites that don't capture the context of the whole story. “Central Florida: Beyond the Soundbite” expands the conversation with these newsmakers along the I-4 corridor and beyond. Join award-winning Spectrum News 13 anchor and Orlando Woman of the Year Ybeth Bruzual, political reporter Greg Angel, and veteran producer Gary Darling for a must-hear interview each week and learn about the issues affecting Central Florida.
Natalie Brunell is an investigative journalist and senior correspondent at Spectrum News. She is also the host and creator of the Career Stories podcast, which was recently nominated for a National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Award. Prior to joining Spectrum, Brunell contributed to ABC News as a national correspondent based out of Los Angeles. Her work garnered her an Emmy Award for breaking news coverage and an Emmy nomination for investigative reporting. Brunell's background includes reporting for the top-rated news team at KCRA-TV in Sacramento, investigative reporting and anchoring for KESQ-TV in Palm Springs, and multimedia producing for CNN and Reuters TV in Los Angeles. Brunell holds a Master's of Science in Journalism degree from Northwestern University. She was born in Lodz, Poland and immigrated to the U.S. with her family when she was five years old. To View This episode- https://youtu.be/asdcKxYLPV4 #NatalieBrunell #whoknewinthemoment
The country is reeling from yet another mass shooting. A gunman stormed an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, yesterday, killing 19 children and two adults. We’re shifting from our usual Wednesday show because all we can ask is: “How are we here again?” The answers are not satisfying. Here’s everything we talked about today: “The Supreme Court Just Gutted Another Constitutional Right” from Slate “Supreme court guts lifeline for prisoners who claim wrongful convictions” from The Guardian Sixth Amendment text from Cornell Law School Second Amendment text from Cornell Law School “His Name Is George Floyd: One Man's Life and the Struggle for Racial Justice” book excerpt from The Washington Post “Ten days after Tops mass shooting, Buffalo reacts to Texas school shooting” from WBKW Buffalo “Hundreds seek mental health counseling after Buffalo mass shooting” from Spectrum News 1 “Anger, anguish among Parkland and Newtown families after Texas shooting” from The Washington Post