The Queer Family Podcast | S11 Ep 13 | Five years ago, Lauren tragically lost her wife and child in a car accident. Through her grief and healing, she reconnected with an old friend, AnneMarie. They worked through the loss side by side and ended up falling in love. Now they're married and have 2 beautiful children together. Guest co-host, Tiq Milan is back to help Jaimie introduce the episode and unpack some of the recent anti-trans rhetoric that has been spreading like wildfire throughout the country. If you like the episode, make sure to leave us a review and support The Queer Family Podcast on Patreon for as low as $2/month! “In one split second, I lost my family.” Lauren thequeerfamilypodcast.com / firstname.lastname@example.org IG/Twitter/FB/TikTok/YouTube: @thequeerfamilypodcast Order the #ITOCT book Amazon, IndieBound, Audible. Edited by Edit Audio. Theme song: Tiffany Topol Logo art: Daneen Stevenato. Thanks to our Patreon supporters! We want to hear from you! Email us at email@example.com Buy our merch here. Interested in advertising? Check out our packages here.
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Major flooding is expected around the state, and more precipitation is in the forecast. This is an MPR News morning update, hosted by Cathy Wurzer. Music by Gary Meister.
North Dakota Department of Transportation plows are out today, trying to clear parts of I-94 that have been clogged with snow since Tuesday west of Fargo. The Fargo/Moorhead area and parts of northern Minnesota are also digging out after yet another snow and ice storm. As much as a foot was added to an already hefty snowpack that remains, and it's loaded with moisture. Next week, sandbagging efforts will start in Fargo to prepare for high water on the Red River. Amanda Lee is a hydrologist for the National Weather Service in Grand Forks. She's on the line to give us a picture of what to expect as the snow melts.
Today is Wednesday, April 5. Here are some of the latest headlines from around the Fargo, North Dakota area. InForum Minute is a product of Forum Communications, brought to you by reporters from The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and WDAY TV. For more news from throughout the day, go to InForum.com.
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The WDAY First Team crew has all of the latest headlines happening today, Tuesday, April 4, including a very large winter storm that has arrived in Fargo-Moorhead. For the very latest, go to InForum.com.
Another major winter storm on the way, with up to 20 inches of snow forecast in northern Minnesota, and postponement of the Twins home opener. Also, opponents rally against the DFL-controlled legislature at the Capitol. This is an evening update from MPR News, hosted by Tim Nelson. Music by Gary Meister.
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In this episode, Kijuan and Asshur recount their adventure to Toronto, Canada in December and the unexpected turn of events that left them stranded in upstate New York during a winter storm. Despite the challenges they faced, the two friends share their gratitude for making it safely to Toronto and their appreciation for the local Toronto experiences they were able to enjoy, including ice-skating and trying the famous Canadian dish, poutine. Join us for this exciting tale of travel and resilience in the face of unexpected obstacles. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/youngblacktravelers/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/youngblacktravelers/support
Today is Friday, March 31. Here are some of the latest headlines from around the Fargo, North Dakota area. InForum Minute is a product of Forum Communications, brought to you by reporters from The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and WDAY TV. For more news from throughout the day, go to InForum.com.
The extreme winter storms put San Francisco's Department of Emergency Management to the test. Early in the storm cycle, the department faced challenges communicating with people experiencing homelessness. Internal confusion over the forecast delayed the opening of its Emergency Operations Center until a major storm was under way. In at least one instance, flood barriers were deployed too late to prevent homes and businesses from being inundated.
On today's episode, Vicky Boyd reports on ways which the state's winter storms have affected irrigation allocations, snowpack, groundwater recharge and the drought. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to this month's exclusive sponsor who makes it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their website. AgroPlantae Inc. - https://www.agroplantae.com/
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AP correspondent Donna Warder reports on Winter Weather-Northeast digs out
Parts of Minnesota are once again bracing for a winter storm watch starting on Thursday and it's been a year of unusual and extreme winter weather. This winter is already the 8th snowiest winter on record in the Twin Cities and it's only March. We're not the only ones dealing with extreme weather — there's been snow and flooding in California, blizzards in the Midwest and huge storms in the East. MPR News host Angela Davis talks with three experts about the impact of the changing climate, how it's related to extreme weather and possible solutions. Guests: Kenneth Blumenfeld is the senior climatologist at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Amudalat Ajasa is a weather and climate reporter for The Washington Post who covers extreme weather and its effects on communities. Heidi Roop is the director of the Minnesota Climate Adaptation Partnership and an assistant professor of climate science at the University of Minnesota. She also serves as a the U of M's extension specialist for climate science and adaptation.
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Welcome to the Big Rab Show Podcast. In this our 322nd Episode we chat with Tenor Drummer Gold Medal Winner Danielle Hamilton Cooper. We hear all about her experience at Winter Storm 2023, and her plans for the future. This plus all the usual news and views from around the piping world. Don't forget as always you can contact us and share your thoughts and opinions on our email address below… Email – firstname.lastname@example.org Support us www.patreon.com/BigRabShow We have lots of amazing backstage videos, and audio recordings, exclusive interviews, episodes of Big Rab Show Plus! and loads more to share with you on there, so click support and get your hands on all this extra stuff!! We are the show for the piping folk, reflecting everything to do with the bag piping world. Feel free to message us on Facebook and on Twitter and let us know what you would like to hear on the show, as well just to let us know that you're listening. Our live show continues to broadcast live every week on Fuse FM Ballymoney on Tuesday nights 7pm-9pm (uk time) be sure to check it out. Thank you to our very kind sponsors, G1 Reeds. If you would be interested in sponsoring the show, please do get in touch. Or help support us via our Patreon page. www.thebigrabshow.com www.facebook.com/TheBigRabShow www.twitter.com/bigrabshow email@example.com
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AP correspondent Donna Warder reports on Winter Weather-Northeast snow storm
A powerful Nor'easter is expected to bring wet snow, heavy rain and coastal flooding while California braces for another major storm. Also, Vicky Nguyen breaks down everything you need to know about the recent bank collapses. Plus, board certified neurologist and sleep specialist Dr. Pedram Navab shares some tips on how to get a better sleep. And, John Legend in studio 1A to talk about his recently launched skincare line called “Loved One.”
In our news wrap Monday, new winter storms are bearing down on both coasts, the U.S. and South Korea launched their biggest joint military drills in years provoking furious protests from North Korea, Australia will buy as many as five nuclear-powered attack submarines from the United States to counter China's growing naval reach and an FBI survey shows hate crimes surged in 2021. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Federal officials take emergency steps to avert a run on the banks after Silicon Valley Bank's failure. Also, a powerful Nor'easter is expected to bring heavy snow, wind and rain while in California millions of people are under flood watches. Plus, Kaylee Hartung shares some of the Oscar's biggest moments. And, the 2024 presidential race heats up as Donald Trump is expected to hold a rally in Davenport, Iowa today, the same city just visited by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
Federal officials take emergency steps to avert a run on the banks after Silicon Valley's failure. Also, a powerful Nor'easter is expected to bring heavy snow, wind and rain to the Northeast while in California millions of people are under flood watches. Plus, a look at the Oscars award worthy fashion moments. And, Dr. Rebecca Robbins breaks down some sleep myths and shares some tips that can improve the quality of your sleep.
Communities throughout California are bracing for another round of severe storms this week. An atmospheric river is poised to dump several inches of rain, which could melt snow reserves in mountains and cause flooding. Mountainous areas of the state are already dealing with power outages, road closures, and collapsed roofs after a series of heavy rain and snow during the past couple of months. We'll talk about how Californians are managing severe weather and what to expect in the days to come. Guests: Gerry Díaz, newsroom meteorologist, San Francisco Chronicle Katie Kay Mead, resident, Lake Arrowhead, California Bob Thurman, resident near Nevada City, California Mike Scrivano, contractor, North Lake Home Services in Truckee Hanna Lykke, reporter, San Bernardino Sun, Southern California News Group
A winter weather advisory is in effect for northern Minnesota Wednesday and come Thursday, a winter storm watch will blanket central and southern Minnesota. MPR Chief Meteorologist Paul Huttner chatted with MPR News host Cathy Wurzer with all the details. They covered who will get light snow on Wednesday, the latest forecast model read on Thursday's winter storm, who will get the heaviest snow this week, and where Minnesota ranks in snowfall this season. Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation. Subscribe to the Minnesota Now podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. We attempt to make transcripts for Minnesota Now available the next business day after a broadcast. When ready they will appear here.
Winter snow impacting millions of people from coast to coast. Also, the latest on the Alex Murdaugh murder trial case. Plus, The White House is giving federal workers 30 days to delete TikTok from their devices do to security concerns. And, Discovering Black Heritage: the story behind the Harmony Program and its mission to help level the field when it comes to music education.
Winter snow impacting millions of people from coast to coast. Also, Rupert Murdoch acknowledges Fox News hosts pushed false 2020 presidential election claims. Plus, Vicky Nguyen shares some popular alternatives to a hotel or resort and perfect for your next vacation. And, Your Health: The City of Hope National Medical Center is using robotics to help detect lung cancer and save lives.
Another monster frigid storm front is moving through California, creating dangerous conditions in the Sierra Nevada. A blizzard warning remains in effect through early Wednesday for the Greater Lake Tahoe area and Mono County. And San Bernardino County has declared a local state of emergency, due to the amount of snow that's collected on it's mountains. California spends more than $15 billion a year on its prison system and a new report from the Legislative Analyst's Office says we're continuing to pay for thousands of prison beds we're not using. The state has closed two prisons under Governor Gavin Newsom and plans to close two more, but this new research says that's not going far enough. Reporter: Nigel Duara, CalMatters The prison closures are a big change from a generation ago, when California was in the midst of a prison construction boom. But with the recent decline in the state's prison population, advocates of criminal justice reform want to see more penal facilities shut down. Guest: Amber Rose-Howard, Executive Director, Californians United for a Responsible Budget.
Winter snow impacting millions of people from coast to coast. Also, the debate over student loan forgiveness heads to the Supreme Court today. Plus, the U.S. Marshals Service suffers a major security breach. And, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis launches a new book highlighting his record in office.
Millions of people being impacted by severe weather across the country. Also, hundreds of newspapers drop 'Dilbert' comic strip after racist comments from creator. Plus, Spring Break Confidential: Vicky Nguyen shares some ways you can save money on your next vacation. And, Carson Daly catches up with Blake Shelton and his fellow coaches.
Millions of people being impacted by severe weather across the country. Also, baseball is back as spring training is underway with new pitch clock rules and bigger bases. Plus, business and data reporter Brian Cheung breaks down some common fees and shares some tips on how to avoid them. And, Start TODAY: the inspiring story behind Detricia Woods Meadows and how she changed her life.
China may be considering providing lethal aid to Russia in its war against Ukraine – we have details. Plus, parts of California are experiencing blizzard and flash flood warnings. The death toll from the recent earthquake in Turkey and Syria has surpassed 50,000. A new bill in Florida would give colleges in the state more power and ban gender studies – we'll explain. Lastly, we'll break down a possible link between insomnia and the risk of a heart attack.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Although no officials numbers are in , there has been widespread snowfall across the state. That includes parts of California that normally see snow on only the rarest occasions. Cold temperatures and rain remain in the forecast as we head into the weekend. There's widespread agreement that having books in jails and prisons benefits people behind bars. But in LA County jails, there's no official library system, so a grassroots effort has started to get more books into the hands of the incarcerated. Reporter: Emily Elena Dugdale, LAIst
In our news wrap Wednesday, a massive winter storm is bearing down on a huge swath of the U.S., President Biden called Russia's decision to withdraw from the nuclear arms control treaty a "big mistake," Palestinian officials say an Israeli raid killed at least 10 and wounded over 100 others and a daughter of Malcolm X filed notice that she intends to sue the FBI, CIA and other government agencies. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
In this edition of Trend Stein, Jack and writer JM McNab discuss the old, sad heap that is Ben Stein, pre-Lent carnivals abound, Ariana DeBose "doing her thing" at the BAFTAs, the wild weather across the US, and the Bachelor catching COVID!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode Ryan talks about a recent winter storm that came through Texas, how him and his family thought about it, how success changes your obligations to the common good, and more.✉️ Sign up for the Daily Dad email: DailyDad.com