Listen: Dino, Christine Blasi Ford, James Flippin discussed on Get Real with Dr. Howard and Susan Howard
"I heart radio station. Seventy three degrees and sunny skies at eleven o'clock. Good morning. I'm Terry McCreadie Bergen county sheriff Michael saw Dino resigned amid an uproar over racially, insensitive and homophobic comments. He made on tape. James flippin has that story Bergen county sheriff Michael saw Dino has acknowledged it was his voice on a recording. That referenced letting blacks smoke marijuana regarding legalizing weed and one remark so Dino claimed governor Murphy had. Alternate motives behind appointing derby or gray wall practices sick as I'm and wears a turban as attorney general. A possibly homophobic remark regarding Lieutenant governor Sheila Oliver. A sit in had been planned at the jail in Hackensack Friday afternoon. Saw Dino announcing his intention to resign James flippin for seven ten W O R sister-in-law the woman accusing supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh of sexual assault. Is speaking out in an NBC news interview. Sandra Ford, men lawyer says her sister-in-law Christine Blasi Ford would not fabricate the allegations. No reason why she would fabricate this. I feel one hundred percent certain that she is sharing a difficult and painful memory, and is being very careful to be accurate with everything that she says Republicans are in talks with forward to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee to tell her story as early as Wednesday an honor student from Maryland goes missing after hopping a bus earlier this month headed for queens. Police say fifteen year your name, oh Neak DeVille disappeared from her Lanham highschool along with her boyfriend who was the last person to see her cops say surveillance video shows the two leaving from Washington DC's Union Station and arriving in New York City September fourth Prince, George's county police have upgraded her status to that of a critically missing person the boyfriend has since returned home. Transportation officials are announcing a long-term innovation project for the Brooklyn queens expressway that could close the iconic promenade for the next six years. Years. Sue Guzman reports DOT Commissioner Polly trot Burg says there's no painless way to make the much needed improvements on the BQ. We we are going to have to find a way."