Louisville discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

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The ordinance cheers erupted on the streets of Louisville as hundreds of people watch the city council unanimously passed a ban on no knock warrants Benjamin Crump represents the family of Brianna Taylor woman killed as police mistakenly executed a no knock warrant at a home this is the opportunity as her mother said to save lives and you're also forces Louisville metro police to activate body cameras five minutes before taking any action senator rand Paul plans to introduce a federal no not banned in the U. S. Senate Ribeiro A. B. C. news with Confederate statues and monuments facing the wrath of protesters elsewhere in the country another state is confronting its old south routes as we hear from ABC's Jim Ryan in Texas in Houston two statues are being taken down the spirit of the confederacy a massive bronze sculpture of a winged angel holding a sword will be relocated to the Houston museum of African American culture the museum's John gas if we push it aside we're not reminded that that had happened and that it could happen again if we don't pay attention the statue will be removed by June nineteenth the date in eighteen sixty five that slaves in Texas learned that the Emancipation Proclamation had granted their freedom two and a half years earlier Jim Ryan ABC news new campaigns in the U. S. and Europe are now following Africa's Leon colonial era statutes Queen Victoria Cecil Rhodes king Leopold statues honoring these leaders of colonial rule have been pulled down over the years in Africa often countries won independence all new generations said racist relics had to go examples include a boisterous a student led campaign pressed by the university of Cape Town to remove a statue of roads and one of the statute of Britain's Queen Victoria not downtown beheaded in twenty fifteen but unknown vandals in Nairobi Kenya now they had to stop to lies next to explode in a downtown square I'm Charles last month commodities time nine thirteen now your political insights from A. B. C. cinews the Republican Party announcing Jacksonville Florida will be the place the president trump delivers his nomination acceptance speech in summer the rest of the convention though will still take place in Charlotte North Carolina even as health officials warn of catching the virus from large crowds the president's asking supporters to fill a Tulsa Oklahoma arena next week they must sign up online and check a box saying they can't legally blame the president the campaign or the arena if they get sick at a Dallas forum the president downplayed problems with police departments have bad apples and they're not too many of them I can tell you that not too many of them in the police department we all know a lot of members of the police the president insisting police must dominate the streets to prevent a repeat of last week's violence in a dominating the streets with compassion because we're saving lives and we're saving businesses we're saving families from being wiped out after working hard does your political insights hi Mandy field ABC news after traffic and weather we're gonna be joined by A. B. C.'s enter December in Washington as the Confederate statue controversy continues between those who want them down and the man in the White House right now nine fourteen it's time to update traffic here once again here Jordan we have a new crash in Olympia this is going to be partially blocking our ramp from southbound I. five to northbound one no one in this is costing about a mile slowdown on southbound I. five into that area outside at that time most of our drives are zipping right along just a little bit of hesitation on northbound I. five right under the convention center we do have some road work that's taking place in a few areas along U. S. two as you're traveling between Paul Barr and Skykomish so with this traffic is having the alternate through the areas and that's creating some short delays our next como traffic at nine twenty four the global eagle river forecast calls for a wet weekend and not a terribly warm when either rain today highs could only reach into the upper fifties to low sixties showers continue overnight and into tomorrow with the possibility of a thunderstorm hi Tamara only around sixty Sunday on exit showers.

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