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In This Show CNN Legal Analyst Alex Sanchez Joseph ScoTT Morgan& DA Stacey Honowitz discuss The Baby Doe Situation, Joseph has been Following it from the get go Plus Jared Fogle is seeking medical treatment following charges that he had sex with minors, according to recently filed court documents.Fogle's attorneys filed a motion on Thursday requesting that the court keep all information related to his treatments private, including the name and location of the doctor he's planning to see. Fox59 first reported on the motion. Facebook.com/KingJordanRadio
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Justin Spiro of the Detroit Sports Rag finds a source that Tigers and Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch says he "feels the best he has in 10 years and believes he will come out swinging this offseason." Ed Smith and I explain what those things mean.
Tigers starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez's shoulder is "all good" after its test with Dr. James Andrews.
We preview Week 3 of College Football in the Mitten, which includes Michigan State/Air Force and Michigan/UNLV, and preview Lions at Vikings NFL Week 2.
The Pistons sign center Jordan Bachynski to a non-guaranteed training camp contract.
Ed Smith joins me again to discuss Tigers designated hitter Victor Martinez criticizing fans again for getting too hard on him and his teammates. How many times does V-Mart have to do this to us!!!!???? What should the ramifications be if he keeps this up?
I also have a negative injury update on Tigers starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez and a positive update on Pistons point guard Brandon Jennings. Anibal Sanchez will see a doctor for his shoulder injury, while Brandon Jennings receives good news about when he will rejoin the Pistons active roster.
A Cocoon Cam prototype is demonstrated on 8 month old, Aryan Sohal, while parents Karla and Barinder keep him entertained in their home in Richmond, Calif. on Monday, August 10, 2015. Cocoon Cam allows parents to monitor their baby's respiration, heart rate and temperature without having to touch anything to the baby and without microwaves.
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S3productions’s Future with Armando Sanchez
Armando Sanchez and I were having a discussion about the past and Future of S3productions and so I decided to share this with all of you.
As of today 5-24-15 S3 Productions (which includes S3productions and Techstoryteller) has close to 300 shows with just over 11,000 listens. Included are Forgotten Music on the 78 RPM Records which has close to 90 shows.
What do you think? As always I welcome your ideas, Thoughts, suggestions.
Once Again I want to say THANK YOU the listeners, supporters and friends who made this happen
Catch Leave it in the Ring with Dave (@LIITRBoxing) and co-host Gabriel Montoya (@Gabriel_Montoya - (Former senior writer for Maxboxing.com, former West Coast Editor of Boxingscene.com and anti-doping advocate) Tuesdays at 5pm (Pacific) / 8pm (Eastern). Dave and Gabriel provide a fresh and unfiltered take on the boxing world with fan-interactive debates, breaking news and in-depth no-holds-barred interviews with the sport's top names.
Tonight, Dave and Gabriel are joined by esteemed boxing trainer Abel Sanchez to talk the future of Gennady "GGG" Sanchez, Joel Diaz, Jr, Andy Ruiz and more. Plus, Dave and Gabriel take a look back at the weekend's action including Andre Ward's return, Shawn Porter's defeat of Adrien Broner and the middleweight clash between David Lemieux and Hassan Ndam.
Plus, the LIITR crew takes your calls on the LIITR hotline: 347-215-7598.
Bellator MMA welcomed featherweight Henry "OK" Corrales (12-2) onto their roster recently to face some of the promotion's stiffest competition. Corrales has two battles in the Bellator cage behind him now, and he contributed incredible efforts both times. After taking on Former Champion Daniel Straus to debut in the organization, Corrales most recently endured a war with Emmanuel Sanchez at Bellator 143, which ended in a split decision loss. We will talk to Corrales on tonight's broadcast and ask him about his career and what's next. Tom, Tony and Rich also catch up on all the MMA, wrestling and boxing news you might have missed over the last few weeks. We will additionally discuss the Klitschko vs. Fury World Heavyweight title fight being postponed and UFC 192: Cormier vs. Gustafsson.
I am a first generation Latina born and raised in California. My early life was based in Southern California where my immigrant parents raised me and my two older brothers. During the first six years of my life my family lived in East Los Angeles, Watts, Pasadena and Temple City where our family home remains to this day. My family could afford to live in the suburbs of Los Angeles because my father came to the US as a skilled machinist and the 1960's still enjoyed a robust manufacturing economy based inside our borders. Unlike the neighborhoods just 15 miles away from our home, Temple City enjoyed safe streets, strong schools, and access to good jobs.
Graduate of California State University Long Beach and the University of Texas where I received degrees in psychology (BA with Distinction) and community psychology(PhD), respectively. I finished my doctorate at age 26 in 1985 and took my first academic post as the Assistant Dean for Special Programs at a small liberal arts college in Northern California in 1986. Four years after joining the campus, I became familiar with the painful experience of "hitting the glass ceiling". It is one of the loudest thuds a woman might never hear. I felt fortunate to recognize the politicized nature of my work and left the academic experience in 1994 to become an entrepreneur. I started consulting in the field of diversity and inclusion. As a consultant and entrepreneur, I found enormous freedom to build my knowledge, leverage it to empower and engage others in the hard work that change requires.
Since 1994 I have worked with over 150 organizations in the public, private and nonprofit sectors on topics, change management, executive development and strategic planning.
Linda Nieves-Powell is a member of the Writers Guild of America/East and a WGAE and SAG signatory producer. In 2014, her short film Stereotypically Me, won an Honorable Merit award at the Best Short Competition. Linda also partnered with Orgullosa, a Procter & Gamble social media brand for Latinas, to write and direct the "Nueva Latina Monologues".
LShe was named one of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics by Hispanic Business magazine. Her groundbreaking award-winning play, YO SOY LATINA, has performed on off-Broadway, regional theater, and at over 400 hundred colleges across the country. Her short story, "The Fly Ass Puerto Rican Girl from the Stapleton Projects", is featured in Staten Island Noir, an anthology edited by Patricia Smith and published by Akashic Books in 2012. She is also the author of the novel, Free Style, published by Simon and Schuster in 2008. In 2009, Linda was a key figure in successfully having the MTV True Life: I'm Nuyorican episode banned from broadcast for its stereotypical portrayal of young Nuyoricans. Her script, Six of Me was a finalist at the 2013 Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab.
Linda is currently working on her first TV Pilot entitled "The Invisible Woman".