Executive, Portland, Bob Williams discussed on Glenn Beck


To ABC News thing that Bob Williams our top story, the suspect, and they hit run incident yesterday that killed one person and injured nine in Portland was driving 50 to 60 Miles an hour. 11 90 k E X is Brad forward with more police. They had covered an area from East Burnside to Belmont and Southeast Cesar Chavez to 15th Avenue. A suspect was taken to a hospital after his arrest, detective saying. It appears he did intend to hit people, but it was not a terrorist incident of bias incident or politically motivated attack. The man's name will be released after he's booked into jail. Portland police have released the name of the woman who was killed by a hit and run driver yesterday. 77 year old Jean Garrett's lived in Portland survived cancer and had five grandchildren. Michelle Brennaman tells Que Tu It's difficult to understand your process is how do you find meaning in it? At this point, I don't think you can. Nine other people were hit. Five people were hospitalized. A notice of a class action lawsuit was delivered to Governor Kay Brown this week over her executive order. Let's shuttered many businesses in the state. The issue is public takings, while the notice says they are challenging the governor's executive orders. Attorney John DiLorenzo makes the claim that Oregon statute created during the Cold War requires the state to compensate private businesses for the loss of real or personal property, which they may suffer as a result of a governor exercising. Executive authority. The suit is being filed on behalf of North Bend Lanes, Blush Salon and Spa and Wilsonville Family Fun Center. The University of Oregon's Men's basketball program has paused all team related activities because of covered 19 3. Upcoming games against U C. L. A and USC have been postponed. The Pac 12 is working to reschedule the games. The Ducks aren't releasing the tales of WHO's affected by covered 19 I'm Bob Williams NewsRadio 11 90 K E X. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs..

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