Briana Taylor, Gale Sayers, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News
Thing. I'm Tom 40 in Washington sirens tonight in Louisville, Kentucky, where two police officers were wounded as shots rang out amidst ongoing protests against the grand jury decision in a controversial police shooting case. Wook why TV reporter Shaquille Lord, There are several dozen protesters here at Jefferson Square Kind of In front of troopers with Kentucky State police. There's a protester kind of antagonizing these troopers here, yelling a lot of ex what is towards them and what? Not obviously very emotional from the announcement in regards to the Briana Taylor investigation, which had three officers execute a no knock warrant and the wrong apartment where Briana Taylor's boyfriend fired on them. Thinking they were criminal intruders. They returned the gunfire with multiple shots, killing Taylor, a black woman who had been working as a health emergency worker. No criminal charges directly related through that case, not in Washington as the nation's capital and visiting Warner's pay tribute to a late Supreme Court. Justice. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg arrived at the Supreme Court for the last time Wednesday, where she now lies in repose. Caroline Curry, Talman and Renee Bobbitt came from Florida to pay their respects. So many of the things that we take for granted as women and people, you know she was instrumental in providing, so that's that's really why we felt like we had to be here. That report from Skylar Henry with the U. S now passed 200,000 Victims Dead Victims Top U. S. Health officials appeared before Congress for a covert 19. Vaccine Update. Following you Reporters. Drugmakers race to develop a vaccine, The FDA is expected to issue tougher standards for Evil. FDA will not authorize or approve any covert 19 vaccine before it has met the agency's rigorous expectations for safety and effectiveness. I think that's going to take us, April May June. You know, possibly July to get the entire American public completely vaccinated. One of the great running backs of NFL history. Gale Sayers has died. IBM's Ryan Baker spoke to him in 20 1697 yards on 17 carries. You could still do that kids? Yes, Gale Sayers was 77. It'll be challenged. But California Governor Gamma Newsom says his state is going to.