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Steve & Ted in the Morning 01-12-17 Solutions for combating "fake news"

Jan 12, 2017|

Steve and Ted talk about the problems created by every consumer creating their own news feed.

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Is this station which should talk turns to. First for live team coverage of breaking news kid SS Wichita is number one news talk bad weather station. Depend on us. Good morning Steven Pitt in the morning. Steve thank you talked at liberty Patrick bed chambers a sporting news that's breaking news right Ken gets blown out there. That's right fire crews on the scene of a house fire this house fire and near OC and folders that's pretty close to carry and had more. Okay itself does not southeast yeah that's that that. The area that we're looking at southeast so OC and folders pretty close to Terry and it's more for trucks and injuries. We don't and I haven't confirmed confirmed opinion we have heard there's a possible. Yes serious injury. Again those locations and real quick OC and Alder hosted an aide to Republican governors and Brad thank you suggesting that the Kansas senate's top GOP leader. Supports unfair tax increases. And punishing spending cuts to balance the state budget. Brownback spokeswoman Malik out ability. Responded to criticism of the governor's proposals from senate president Susan waigel of Wichita Republican. And three other GOP leaders in the chamber. Ellison to the forecast with K and us as staff meteorologist Dan Holliday the mornings and. Good morning a winter storm is going to be spending our way by tomorrow afternoon and lingering throughout the weekend with a mix of freezing rain and rain at times that will really start to impact travel today is going to be dry though much colder with a high 3622. Overnights tomorrow's high 29. And it looks like the heaviest precipitation in terms of freezing rain will occur Friday night and Saturday night on K and SS meteorologist Dan Holliday thank you then now. Oh partly cloudy and seventy degrees and the wind chili's. For. Kansas governor Sam Brownback is proposing to freeze estates contributions. To pensions for teachers and government workers to help balance the state budget. The proposal outlined Wednesday would continue the contribution rates for the 2016 fiscal year which ended June 30. The state would contribute 299 million dollars annually through fiscal 2019. The state has been boosting its contributions each year to help close a long term gap. Between the pension systems anticipated revenues. And the benefits promised to workers and retirees. Brownback proposal would cut state pension costs by a total of 425 million dollars. Through June 2019. Dan O'Neill KM SS news. Democrat representative John Carmichael from Wichita was critical of Republican governor Sam Brownback state of the state address Tuesday. He felt it was not true to the situation at hand. Well it's unfortunate that governor sit fails to realize that this state is in desperate financial condition. Instead the governor tells us that the state of our state as strong as we face a one billion dollar deficit. The governor tells us that he's confident the legislature will figure this out but the governor offers no leadership. He fails to recognize the reality of the mess that we hear him and he appears to be a man who's on his way out of town. Brownback has been rumored for potential positions in Donald Trump's administration. The Cedric county commission welcomes two new members of yesterday's meeting Michael O'Donnell and David Dennis I wanna get out. And and meet with the folks in. The sheriff's office DA's office clerk a elections is to healthcare fire EMS treasurer registered the Jimmy VVIO public works all the other. Organizations that did support the citizens instead we counting it's our job up here on the bench is to make sure that they can do their job. Dennis defeated incumbent Carl Peter John and last year's Republican. Primary election. Kansas congressman Roger Marshall has been tapped to serve on the house committee on agriculture. The first congressional district Republican says working on the next farm bill is a top priority. At a time when we have commodity prices and cattle prices. I'd let near record lows we need to work on us on a safety net and make sure that that's going to be there for our act people as well for the American consumers. Marshall also have a spot on the committee on science and technology. In the 115 congress Virgin Mobile says it plans to open its permanent US headquarters in downtown Kansas City and higher up 200 people. The committee communications company currently is in a temporary office in the same building and has been renovating the news space for its headquarters and expect to move at the end. Of the summer came assess national news time 633. The character of. National intelligence James clapper says he's contacted president elect trump telling him he does not think leaks of potentially damaging unsubstantiated information. Came from the intelligence community. There are real concerns about the way the president elect says he plans to hand over his business dealings to his sons on America director of the nonpartisan office of government at. Ethics as Donald Trump's plan and a company to a suns as quote wholly inadequate. And that he's failed to render himself conflict free Walter sharp question trumps attorney who's at the president's election that he expected to sell the company he built. As her claim that divestment raise problems of its own. He said quote I wish he had spoken with those of us and government who do this for a living and ABC's Brian milky. City of Baltimore reaching agreement with the Department of Justice on reform of the city's police department following the death of Freddy Greg. The first lethal injection of 2017 is being carried out 48 year old double murderer from Texas named Christopher Wilkens put to death. The president Huntsville Texas Jerry Preston ABC news. Good morning 630 sports team and tip in the morning. 987. And thirteen 38 in the head at this bit of a contract yesterday about this time. Get up in the fifties somewhere yeah it was early morning fit into the sport and it's been seventeen. On my left work yesterday afternoon it was 63 died. And as time went to the soccer game and had gone down about fifteen degrees already. And I left twin peaks last night it was brought freezing cold out. Well I've got hot cup for prior coffee on this morning has always worry about it for today is a good did insulator against the cold and if you're not breaking. Prairie fire coffee and work. Your boss doesn't love by the way you see the sunset last night. All models are different off was good it was fantastic. And it was. Right bright red so RM is that it was a good won't. A California lawmaker wants to combat fake news for real. Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez has introduced a bill to help high school student is to help high schools teach students to tell real news from fake. The Los Angeles Democrats as students should learn reasoning skills to evaluate what you read on line. The bill would commission new curriculum standards were identifying false stories. Phyllis is they use poses a direct threat to our democracy. How would you combat that suggested a young Persian. You know separate you can see some pretty bizarre real news sometimes it. And that's rules as too crazy to be real. I guess I'd say just. Concerns sources for one thing now yes but even then that even then you can be somebody what lies about the source yeah. I was gonna see attribution it to this came from these doesn't breast but somebody is a good at this game from the zone press so that's it. A copy I don't know if you teach in either he just gonna have a little bit. Some common sense and treat streets you know are fake news is the term they use now used to be called rumor. Rumor and journalists used to not report rumors they used to it let's have sources and backed things up but. But now in this world everyone's journalist who we and everyone has their own FaceBook page everyone's their own newsmaker. And that's going to be kind of the downside little plagiarism. At least if you give you from the major media I mean we report stories and people call us up and say what you're wrong so they think we're reporting fake news and we try to. It's kind of it's kind of ought to that your rights of the consumer these days not that reported saying that. You have to teach the consumer. To choose between what news they think Israel what they don't because you can't trust the sources anymore and we've encouraged people to. Believe the news they want a belief. Agree with that they believe they are all exactly but that's that's the they don't agree they don't like that now confirmation bias Lou Al radio. There are some people watch MSNBC you think this is real news now fox news's face it people watch Fox News that this Israel news and MSNBC is fake so. Where do you draw the line I computers. Lawmakers in Hawaii and several other states what to prevent presidential candidates from appearing on their State's ballots. A lesser candidates release their tax returns. President elect Donald Trump did not release his tax returns during the presidential campaign breaking decades of precedent. Hawaii state representative Chris Lee said Wednesday. The Hawaii bill would require candidates to release five years of federal and state tax returns to qualify to even get on the ballot. He says it's important to know if elected leaders are making decision to benefit the people of their own business or or their own business interest. Similar proposals circulating in California Massachusetts and New Mexico. NBA you know OK you don't relentless you know given the while I can at the end of the campaigner. And a sure you heard from yesterday when asked that question. In his comment ones he says well the media is on one cares about this public doesn't. I think he's right IB. Well what I'm gonna learn from any other presidents is that what I learned from knowing what George Bush's tax returns are nothing what I learned about Bill Clinton's tax returns nodding. I think trump may be right I don't think they have like the American people care very much possibly state seemed so what's happened in those four states. But that movement grows 639 now Stephen dead time for our key initiatives commodities update at mr. Tom Loeffler of littler commodities point I'm. Good morning Steve Delaware little mixed trading at a hotel complex yesterday but trading was mostly lower note as well as close as profit taking weighed on prices suddenly daily lows will make for some of the contract after the 1 PM close took place. The head count change video watch it wouldn't be sold 4000. 46 head of cattle over weighted average price for what 1960. S food parcels once 1677. For the fifth straight session boxed beef prices at large losses yesterday that really know that the trading piece cited those positive yesterday. All the clothes that Campbell forty says forward what 1912. March Peter Taylor 37 cents to one to 4962. It's simply not 55 cent higher at 6560. That was legal wheat corn and soybeans all closed negative but opposition lows but we coordinate new lows for the week yesterday today at 11 AM in the week. Release of the December 01 going stocks puddle corn and soybean production number out. Please supply and demand report. In the winter wheat a creature reports that light to moderate volume overnight degrade were mostly low work. At the moment mark Casey weak forces forward port 27 and three quarter. Let's Cornell pay they have a 355 and three quarter. What's soybean failed to record a pity that the dollar ten cents in three quarters February crude oil rose 164%. Higher to fifty to 89. That you would go late dollar retired 12104 dollar and sixty cents. But mark just simply by the three quarter point Slorc. The 2264. And three quarter. Large dollar index stemmed 90% to 100 dollar 85. And the more schedules teachers there I'm 41 points at 19100836. But Monday trading like marketing advisory contact Oprah commodities on the program on the web by using. 86622. Top. Whether clear over there and Butler counties that morning. Well it's a little. And you know what's going on right now isn't nearly as what's going to be good. Think there's going to be an ice storm coming with the it even a quarter revenge devices can be really terrible slow. And it's not supposed to start till tomorrow night so. We can use not worry about it yet okay. The preferred form of moisture we just sitting not in the in the. Mean he really tough this little slow but this stuff goes to power lines and things like dampened. And trees you've got to. I think it's a 641 else is headache coming up. At 7 o'clock this morning you can put a. Thousand dollars. Just listen for the secret key word that's coming up here and didn't do it detected in 72881. Think we're coming up at 7 o'clock. Another at eleventh and at 2 PM and 5 PM the secret keeper right here on king in his that you could 1000 dollars later on this morning. Two tickets to Charlie pride in concert at the seven claims seventh and casino in new Kirk. 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