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"Easily lost her daughter All of those teenagers have to go to the Philippine school It could have been anyone's daughter anyone's son but that projectile going straight through that door Police say the security guard opened the doors for dismissal and a suspect who appeared to be a teenager began firing from the street the security guard was shot several times a 14 year old girl was shot three times in the abdomen She's reported to be in stable condition The security guard is reported to be in fair condition The DEA is showing a warning as fentanyl has become big business for the drug cartels Robert bell is a special agent in charge of the Chicago field division of the DEA What's bad because it's costing lots of lives across Chicagoland and nationally and that's why the DEA recently issued a public safety alert and then launched the one pill can kill a campaign to run Americans and then those around Chicagoland about the dangers of fentanyl but specifically the dangers of counter illegal pills that are made to look like prescription pills that contain oftentimes lethal doses of fentanyl And you can hear my entire interview with special agent Robert bell and what's being done here in Chicago this Sunday at noon on connected to Chicago A very emotional William Shatner told Jeff Bezos he's humbled and overwhelmed by what he just experienced on his journey into space shortly after touchdown on the Blue Origin live stream I hope I never recover from this I hope that I can maintain what I feel now I don't want to lose it Shatner along with three other civilians made an 11 minute trip into space today on board Bezos's Blue Origin rocket and they touched down safely in the desert of West Texas A new $86 million transportation center is coming to Springfield the center has been dubbed the hub and is part of the larger Springfield rail improvements project Here's the governor Preserving and growing Illinois.
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"$86 million" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Precedent they have just set Is Devastated 17 people in Los Angeles injured when a police truck carrying a stash of illegal fireworks exploded. Those items were detonated and you saw the resulting damage and the total catastrophic failure of that containment vehicle, LAPD chief Michael Moore. The vehicle was supposed to contain the material, but for some reason, did not. You're listening to ABC News now. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. The U. S Department of Transportation is a boarding millions to write an interstate 80 in the Sacramento area, representative John Garamendi said in $86 million Federal Grant will go to expanding the freeway lanes between Davis and downtown Sacramento. Officials say the 17 mile section of the road will have a manage lane that could be like the fast track lanes in the Bay Area. The project will take three years to complete at a total cost of $140 million. State and regional governments will likely seek a cost sharing plan to fund their part of the project. And Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg is delivering the state of the city address, the first since the Covid 19 pandemic began. Speaking outside the newly renovated Safe Credit Union Convention Center yesterday, Steinberg outlined his plans to address the homeless crisis, saying legislation for at least 5000 new living spaces is coming in July. That was a quick look at the latest news. I'm Johnny D. Agostini from the I Heart radio newsroom. Sacramento traffic alternating lane closures eastbound highway 50 Pioneer Bridge, The Captioning 99 Connector ramp until 11 A.m. and the 11th Street on ramp is closed until six A.m. five southbound Garden Highway off ramp is closed until 5 30 reduced lanes on south Um, five south of Highway 52 floor and wrote until six Stevens Avenue, off ramp and on rap closed until five h five reduced lanes in the L Grove area. Also between Southland Park Drive in Broadway until five eastbound foreign road on ramp and both foreign wrote off ramps are closed. Till five Seamus Avenue off ramp an on ramp closed and reduce lanes. Northbound five from near Highway 99 to Airport Boulevard until five traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Plenty of sunshine today with a high of 88 to 92. Then tonight will be clear with a low of 57 to.
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"Around Mase Boulevard. So expect some delays. If you're trying to get here, traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the body leading the way home Traffic centre. Dana Hess News 93.1 Camp UK Tonight We'll see. Partly cloudy skies Expected low of 58 to 62 tomorrow Friday and Saturday. Mostly sunny. We'll see you. Hi. Tomorrow of 87 to 91 Friday will reach a high of 89 to 93 Saturdays. High 91 to 95. I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News. 93.1 kfbk. It's 91 right now in Sacramento, 88 L Grove 97 in Granite Bay, your top story. Bill Cosby has been released from prison his conviction on sexual assault charges overturned by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. NBC's Alex Stone with more Bill Cosby is now a free man, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling today Cosby had to be set free because of an issue involving prosecutors. That he had given statements to a previous prosecutor that were not to be used against him. And then the next prosecutor used it to try him and get him convicted. The court allowed Cosby to go free ABC s Mark Rimmel are calling it a procedural issue that is irrelevant to the facts of the crime. Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele issued a statement in response to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's ruling that Cosby's conviction is to be overturned and he is now a free man. Steel commended Andrea Constand for coming forward with her allegations against Cosby and said he hopes the decision does not dampen the reporting of sexual assaults by victims. Mark Remillard ABC News In the last hour, Cosby Walking into a home got out of a white car was helped out of that car. One person greeting the car pumped a fist at choppers above. Cosby was helped into the home about like Stone ABC News and we'll have more on this with KPK is legal analyst Bill Portanova at 4 17. In other news President Joe Biden, promising a bump in pay for federal firefighters this morning during a virtual meeting with Western governors. JFK's John Le Bertini has the details, the president told 13 Western governors, the White House is placing a new emphasis on fire season. Truth is, we're playing ketchup, but that's going to change if we have anything to do with it, and the change starts by paying federal firefighters more. They make $13 an hour retention incentives that's going to ensure federal firefighters are making at least $15 an hour provide for additional 10% bonuses. For those working on the front lines Vice President Kamala Harris the federal government's role has to be More than just putting out fires. Governor Gavin Newsom appeared from Siskiyou County, where the lava fire has burned thousands of acres. The smash mouth realities of climate change are here, and they're here decades ahead of when we had anticipated, and the president highlighted what most in the West already know. The threat of wildfires this year is as severe as ever. John Libertine E News 93.1. Kfbk Morning is now with KPK is Joe Michaels Kitty, an effort to ease traffic congestion between Sacramento and Davis is getting a big boost. JFK's Jodi Guerrero has details. The $86 million grant funds, the project stretching across 17 miles of the interstate 80 and highway 50 corridors. Congressman John Garamendi says some benefits include reduced traffic and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. This is really one that's going to be extremely important for the commuters, the residents in the area gear, Mendy says. Construction will start either late this year or during the first half of 2022. Some improvements will be immediately available, while others will take between five and seven years. He also mentions the project could add up to $200 million with federal and state funds combined. The improvements are being funded through the infrastructure for rebuilding America program. Jodi Guerrero News 93.1 KFBK. One aspect of the I 80 Highway 50 Widening project could be a first for the Sacramento region because John Brennan Easy, explains Garamendi, referring to new managed lanes today, the Sacramento Bee reports that could be in the form.
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"City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 a FBK I'm John Burnett. He had 32 with your top local stories. The U. S Department of Transportation is announcing an $86 million grant to improve and expand 17 miles of interstate 80 and highway 50. The corridors between Davis and Sacramento Congressman John Garamendi said some benefits including reduced traffic and reduced greenhouse gas emissions, you'll see those right away. This is really one that's going to be extremely important for their commuters, the residents in the area that are moving to the jobs back and forth. Garamendi says construction will start either late this year or During the first half of 2022. The project could add up to $200 million with federal and state funds combined. One aspect of the project could be a first for the Sacramento region. Garamendi referred to new managed lanes today, The Sacramento Bee reports that could be in the form of a toll road at least a pay to play lane where people could pay a fee to use the lane. When traffic is at its worst. Other times, it may be open for all drivers when needed to get around construction or crash, for example. Buses and car pools would have access to the lane at all times. The public will get a chance to weigh in on the idea of a toll lane later this year before any decision is finalized, and firefighters are working to contain a wildfire burning in Fresno County. The blue fire has now burned 400 acres and is about 10% contained that fire started late yesterday afternoon about six miles south of Shaver Lake. Traffic and weather together. Here's Dana Hess, Roger by Saint Martin H. 99, just south of Twin cities. We have an injury accident, a pickup hauling among machine versus a tan sedan versus a white sedan number One lane is blocked and there are as I said injuries there also eastbound Capital Camino Avenue East on ramp that somebody in the Senate divide. I believe with the hood up, but it's not a good sign. Also heavy traffic still because of an earlier accident, eastbound 80 at green bag traffic is backed up all the way, almost a fault and on the camp city because of it. Say bird has great deals for every fourth of July celebration, cookouts and grill outs, gatherings and get togethers. Barbecues and blowouts. Joined Save Mart Rewards Answer like Pepsi and seven up 12 Pack cans are for for just $10 when you buy four Save Mart Valley, Proud traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the body leading the way home Traffic centre. Dana has news 93.1 can't be came. Right sunshine this afternoon highs anywhere from 88 to 92 degrees. For tonight, we'll see a few patchy clouds close tonight. 58.
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"6032836160. Yes, that is the magic number. You want a car? You will call you should call Say whatever is on your mind in the studio tonight. It's myself the captain, it's Bonnie. And Chris Are you sure? He didn't think about that one. Yeah, Let me think about that, for their Are you done thinking? Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's crystal cool. We've been talking about this article from the L A times that is actually an update on the situation that happened in Los Angeles, where The FBI was given a warrant to Go into a private We'll call it a, uh what's the word? I'm thinking of Safety deposit box? Yeah. Company And they instead of going into some of the boxes went into all of them. And it's created some problems for the box holders. The box holders and their lawyers have denounced the ploy as a brazen abuse of forfeiture because the apparently the feds want to keep all the money. Uh huh. And they say that when is it not an abuse to forfeiture? Yeah, yeah, That's a great question. Civil asset Forfeiture is abuse. It's absolutely disgusting that the government can take your money without having any reason to believe that you've committed any kind of they could take your money. They can take your land and they do it routine link. Just because they have guns? Yep. What if I did that? You'd be arrested. They disguise it, Of course, in all sorts of verb Ege known as laws, you know, I I say you would be arrested. But reality is that They don't really investigate Most of these crimes that you know you report them and they'll take what if I was caught doing that? They'll arrest you. Yeah. Like what? If somebody if you're if you're caught red handed, Basically, they're going to and they come out. They'll arrest you, but like, yeah, like, But most of the crimes that get reported to police. They don't actually investigate. They just take a report and they follow it away. Um, so it's not about you. It's it's about what they can get for themselves, and one of those things is a paycheck so well. The box holders are saying prosecutors and the FBI were trampling on the rights of people who thought they had found a safe place. To stash, confidential documents, heirlooms, gold, rare coins and cash. If the FBI wanted to search the boxes, the lawyers say it first needed to meet the standard for a court issued warrant probable cause that evidence of specific crimes Would be found, which, of course, they didn't meet those The government can't take stuff without evidence in the hopes that you're going to get it later, said Benjamin Gluck, an attorney who represents box holders suing the government to retrieve their property. The Fourth Amendment and the forfeiture laws require the opposite. That you have the evidence first, and then you can take the property. Forfeiture laws enable government to confiscate assets tied to criminal activity well, then they should confiscate their own paychecks. They should confiscate the car. They should confiscate everything that government has purchased because government is the largest criminal on planet Earth. But I digress. The generally low standard of poor of proof makes it an appealing to of prosecutors, who in criminal trials must prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller referred questions to the U. S attorney's office in Los Angeles. Really? She didn't want to. She's a spokeswoman who didn't speak. Well. How does an FBI spokeswoman refer questions to somewhere else? You're the spokeswoman speak that sounds like she's referring questions to herself. It's just such to the U. S Attorney's office in Los Angeles is a spokesman for the U. S. Attorney's spokesman for the FBI. Oh, okay. Well, she already got paid in, uh, Beverly Hills jewels, and she doesn't really care like I don't. I don't have time to do this. I'm going to go try on my new found gold and jewels and trinkets, and there's all my Tom Rozak, a spokesman for the office. That would be the U. S attorney's office. Denied the government was misusing its powers by trying to confiscate box holders belongings. Quote. We have some basis to believe that the items are related to criminal activity, he said. In general, Raziq said A number of factors would lead the FBI to pursue forfeiture of the boxes content. You know, it doesn't matter because your warrant was invalid that you used to get it in the first place. It was only valid specifically for the business that you were searching, not the contents of the business. The boxes in the business that we're searching, and the judge has already said this. I mean this idea that you know that you can now try to claim seizure because it's illegal. It doesn't even matter. At this point, it's already invalid. Yeah, it's going to get hopefully thrown out. I agree, but again, they don't tend to follow their own rules. The rules aren't for them there for us enough for them there for us. The rules are there for us. Not for them. They don't have to follow them because they're better. They wear badges. They have guns. They've been elected. Right there. They somehow have more rights than we do. All of the time. Whenever anything like this happens, right, they'll investigate themselves and find that they did nothing wrong. This is how it it's not even like they have rights. It's it's that they're thieves. I mean, they're going to do with what they are, and they hide. They hide behind the elaborate verbiage written down on pieces of paper. That are called large. Yeah, I mean, it's it's just one big game for them. Um, they know they're not going to get punished. They're not going to get caught because there's nothing to get. I mean, it doesn't matter. They get caught. They they're still not gonna There's not gonna be any impact to their behavior. They're not going to change their behavior because there's no penalty. There's no punishment. There's nothing they don't lose their job. They don't you know, I have to give back. They probably won't even have to give back what they stole. I'm sure they won't Rozic said A number of factors would lead the FBI to pursue forfeiture of the boxes content, such as large stacks of cash kept by a person with a criminal record or no known source of income. Oh, my God, like okay, So if it isn't a law that we have to know where everybody gets their money from, it's irrelevant because you didn't have a basis to search or sees the contents of that box in the first place. If you have large stacks of cash, it's entirely possible that you might not need a source of income. And maybe you just don't want the FBI to know where you get it. Because you've heard they steal from people possession of cash or where you keep it sorry. Possession of cash in any amount is legal. This is just the next line here in the article, and it's a separate paragraph two is just one sentence. Possession of cash in any amount is legal. It's almost like they're trying to make the same argument they make against Bitcoin towards their own Fiat right now. Oh, you have a lot of this. Why do you? What are you going to do with that? Because from is that because people use fee ought to do criminal things. They're basically criminalizing wealth, right? Like they're criminalizing having money. Well, unless you're already rich. Beyond the $86 million in cash. The FBI is seeking to confiscate thousands of gold and silver bars protect Filippi.
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"The airwaves and talk about whatever Is on your mind. The telephone number here is 603. 283 6160. Those are the magic digits. The ones that get you on the air and your voice heard to hundreds of radio stations and an unknown quantity of folks listening on the Internet. As well as a couple of satellite channels. So 603 to 836160 in the studio tonight. It's myself the captain, It's Bonnie. And Chris. He was yawning. I I thought he had to think about what his name was. My biggest fear is seriously asleep here. Always that I'm going to say something. Not my name for my name. I don't know why. It's not going to happen. Probably solve that just by having several to choose from, and I can be like that's the Lord. I don't think I'd say another name, but I don't know if I'm really not paying attention. What if I say like what? Or something? What? When I'm out and about with other carbon based life forms and somebody goes, Lord only knows I go. No, I don't. So nobody, You know, Rich Paul changes name to nobody. Are you, Bonnie? Changing your name? To what? No. What? Hey, what? What? What? What do you say? What? What? What? What? What? What did you say? It gives new meaning To what? What? Yeah. Used to be. What was just like more of an incredulous way to say what? What? What? But if you say what what, and her name is what you're actually saying instead of what? Chris? What What Isn't there like a show about that? Like what? And if and when you know you're talking about who's on first. What's on second? I don't know. It's on third. It's a very old comedy bit and nobody is in jail. Nobody is in jail. Hopefully, nobody gets out soon. So, Bonnie, you brought this in. We've covered a bit of this here on free talk live Previously. There have been several developments in this particular story, and it's in the news again. There was a private safety deposit by a private bank that will people could buy safety deposit boxes in It was raided by the FBI. And the FBI was specifically told Not to, you know, open all of the boxes. They were only supposed to go into some very specific boxes for whatever case they're working on. Anyway. They paid no attention to any of that and went ahead and opened everybody's boxes or at least so it seems the most of them. Uh and You know? People are having a difficult time re acquiring the things that we're supposed to have been kept safe because things have either disappeared or they've been not documented appropriately was as the federal EAS went through all these safety deposit boxes is an idea If you're a private business, don't Operate. I mean, sorry. Don't cooperate with the FBI. You don't have to. I mean, I don't think they did. I don't know if they did or not, but I suspect the FBI would have their way if they really wanted it One way or another, because if they told them no, they would have to go get You know a warrant? That's what they did. FBI did, but they didn't get a proper warrant. But did they get a warrant? I don't know, to get through to go into there and go to all of them. They had to give them the keys. No, they didn't. But once they have a warrant to go in there, just going to open everything anyway. They drilled the boxes or something like that. I don't know exactly how they got into the mall, but it seemed as if they did force their way into it. Yeah, it wasn't. It wasn't They went without permission, of course into these other safety deposit boxes, but They didn't have permission of the owners of the business, Nor do they have permission of the no. Just straight. But if you're an employee, a teller if you will or a bank employee And the FBI shows up with guns. Yeah, obviously, you know, Sure. Come on in, guys, you know. What are you going to do What you wanna say? Yeah. You're going to die for people. You don't know, valuable impression that there wasn't anybody there physically there. It was, like a place where you went in you. You had an Irish scan that occurred and then it kind of like, let you let you into the building, so to speak, So I don't think this was like a physically manned and operated Establishment. Like like a bank that you would think of. It wasn't a bank. It was just safety deposit box boxes. Yeah, I don't know the extent of what their business model was, but, uh, Bonnie brought this in, so I haven't read this. So if you know, Stop me when you think it's interesting, or if you have commentary, both of you. This from the L A Times. FBI wants to keep fortunes in cash, gold and jewels from Beverly Hills Red. Is it abuse of power? And that's just the headline. It is because they went beyond the warrant. They don't even have to ask the question. Even with a warrant, it would be an abuse of power, but sure, Yeah. When FBI agents asked for permission to rip hundreds of safe deposit boxes from the walls of a Beverly Hills business and haul them away. U. S Magistrate Steve Kim never trust a man with two first names. Set some strict limits on the raid. The business. US private vaults had been charged in a sealed indictment with conspiring to sell drugs and launder money. So the business was in trouble, but its customers had not. So the business was so the FBI Could seize the boxes themselves. Kim decided but had to return what was inside to the owners. This warrant does not authorize a criminal search or seizure of the contents of the safety deposit boxes. Kim's March 17th seizure warrant Declared. This happened on the 17th interesting march 17th 12. Yeah. Yeah, irony. We're very close to irony yet the FBI is now trying to confiscate $86 million in cash and millions of dollars more in jewelry and other valuables that agents found in 369 of the boxes. Well, then they can definitely afford to give me back my cell phone they stole on March 16th. Oh, yeah, they can afford to By your entire cell phone plan for the rest of your life there, you know they take money from other people and then use it for their own. Purposes instead of You know, for doing anything that follows any sort of philosophy. I got into my cloud account. And I guess I never backed up my old phone, So I just lost all my pictures rubber because they are the F B. I stole it. Yeah. Yep. So prosecutors claim the forfeiture is justified because the unnamed box holders were engaged in criminal activity. They have disclosed no evidence to support Or claiming that you seized it, man Theory? Yeah. Mean and definitely unlike a verbatim like what does the law say? You are supposed to be the ball set and not new. You are absolutely correct and very extent it But But we see time and time again that they don't care. They violate their own rules. Time and time again not held to account. No, of course they have no incentive. No, The incentive is completely backwards when it comes to Any government agency. Just an unelected and, um, not checked arm of the government. What do they care? They can't because he was going to watch the launchers. It's the perpetual question. You know if you're going to hire somebody else to watch the watchers well, who's going to watch the people who watch the launchers? And so it's just never ending cycle of madness? That is just A. I don't know, man. It is like a fresh piece of cow dung attracting flies. You know what I mean? Like, and the flies are psychopaths, right? The psychopaths who are drunk with power that they can't get by, You know, oftentimes, you know, cops and soldiers they talk about, you know? Well, you know, I want to. I want to be in on the action, right? What they mean is I want to.
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"89 I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk. Currently we have 54 degrees in Folsom 28 in South Lake Tahoe and 55 in Roseville was stories trending on the cave became morning news this morning, California lawmakers are pressuring administrators at the University of California to start admitting Mork, California residents. It became so Aubrey Aquino has more on their plan. A state Senate plan would cut back on out of state admissions into UC schools. So in state high school graduates have a better chance at filling sought after spots. Sacramento Assembly member Kevin McCarty is all for admitting more homegrown scholars into the you see, because everybody knows a family member, a neighbor or a story of a phenomenal High school grad who couldn't get in to a UC schools. This proposal would reduce the non resident student population to 10% system wide. However, the L A Times reports, the UC system is giving it a thumbs down, in part because they argue out of state students enrich the educational experience as well as the system's budget with one billion and extra tuition dollars annually. Ariake. No news 93.1 kfbk this morning, California regulators say PG and E mishandled power shut off several years ago. Here's KFBK Is Jordan Christmas, California Public Utilities Commission has issued a $106 million fine to the utility for violating guidelines during planned power shut offs and fall of that year. Officials said yesterday. That $86 million of that fine was offset from bill credits that were already provided to customers by PG and E shareholders to find that was issued will become Final unless an appeal is filed by the utility company within 30 Calendar Days. Jordan CHRISTMAS NEWS 93.1 KFBK. Also in the news this morning, San Francisco Mayor London Breed has vowed to reject free Meunier rides this summer. Despite supervisor approval. The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the Board of Supervisors approved that $12.5 million pilot program for free meunier rides, but breed will veto it. Sources say. Many transit officials oppose that movies. Well, the plans that plan could save me in your passengers $243 during the months of July through September. Get ready for sticker shock at the pump. Here's kfbk is Mark Mayfield 34 million Drivers are expected to hit the road this Memorial Day weekend and face the highest gas prices since 2014. That warning from Triple A, even though things have stabilized after a pipeline CYBER attack three weeks ago. The national average now tops three bucks. It's more than a dollar higher than this time last year, experts say. Oil production just hasn't made a full recovery to pre covert levels. Mark Mayfield NEWS 93.1 KFBK at 5 34.
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"Spider. Talking, Carrie, You can't fight City hall. If you do it the right way so well done to those two guys. Anyway, I was picking up my kid from a swim practice and I was listening to deter And dear said. That the war there's a hot take. I had to give him credit. It was a hot take, and I said, You know, if I had hot takes like that I might be on in cowherd shoes. I don't know. But he was saying that Steph Curry is so hot that they were. The Warriors owe it to him to go for the championship this year right now, until I go to make a trade for a Great franchise type of player. I couldn't believe his startling take from from deter, saying that the words could win it all this year. He says. That's how good Steph is. I was thinking I don't think the roster depth is there, my friend, but hey, it was deeper steak. God bless him. Your thought, my friend. Mean, deter is a magician of the Take. So no surprise there. I didn't. They've just paid $86 million to get Kelly. You prey on this roster, a record that like stretching the furthest part of the pocketbooks around Lake up. You are correct. I don't know how you would do this. But maybe if you package James Wiseman and that Minnesota one you're able to, you know, add someone who's making 20 million this year, which You know, in warriors luxury tax terms probably cost Joe Lake of upward of 530 million. I don't know how this math works out. But, hey, if Steph Curry is playing this well, and he's playing in an M V p level, then why not? But most of the big thing about the Warriors on Saturday night that everyone kept forgetting about Steph Curry wasn't on the floor all game long. He sat out Stomach problems. I'm not sure wasn't feeling well, but it wasn't covert 19 related and they were still in the game. In the final minutes. We'll carry they basically won the game it took and I'm not saying I mean like what I'm saying is like I'm not saying that to cry and wine, I'm saying It took an absolute on you talking about, like the freakish of freak losses. That was an absolute freak loss. Um, toe have that jump ball. First of all, they have wanted me to get tied up. And they didn't call fall. The melon fell in the middle of all, you know, whatever. It's probably a nice play by Lamelas. Time up, you know? Did Kirk call for a time out? There's so many things going on in that game. It started with Wanamaker up to with the ball and Lamell a goes into time up. Curse, says he was calling for a time out prior to this, That's problem Number one. They didn't give courage time out. You know what's going on there? Number two. They get to the jump ball. There was a dispute as to who was going to jump the ball. Eventually the ball does get tipped between Wanamaker and Lamell. Oh, and it gets loose and Gordon Hayward and Draymond grab it. Now, Here's this all happened. It's so funny to watch these things in super slo mo after But in the exact moment of time The referees determine somehow that Hayward has of the ball and the Hornets call time. And they determined all that in about the blink of an eye because we're not totally sure that Hayward had full possession. He had it for I think the best description I said was he had it for about a quarter of a second before it was tied up with dream on and number two. Where was the time out? And how did they see it? It all happened. So now why did they grant Charlotte the time out and not cur the time out on the previous once and now you got problems. Then all hell breaks loose, because dream on doesn't like that. Charlotte has been awarded a time out, so he screams a profanity. The pool report says his first profanity is at an opposing player. I don't. Uh, you know you watch it. You don't have the audio didn't look like he was screaming at an opposing player looked like he was screaming at the refs the whole time. They hit him with the second tech because of profanity at a ref. Now That's a double tech. You're gone now. All hell breaks loose, because now they get two free throws in the ball. Let's go back here. Rewind the tape of second here, Carrie, and that is if if Draymond does not get that technical foul in life just goes on as normal. The Warriors are still ahead. 198. And they have a chance to go set up their defense on time out, so so it's not like that The game wasn't lost on the jump. All the game was lost when Trey Mon got the double tech Here's the question. Should an NBA ref be calling that double tech? At that point? I'm going to go and say No, you should not At that point in time. I do believe in sort of the elastic rule of officiating like If a call is going to determine Game. An outcome at that moment in time, did it unless there was like making physical contact with an official throwing a ball. Adam something agree. GIs but a profanity. Shout of profanity should determine Really essentially determine the outcome. Now the flip side is that is you're a pro. You're a leader. You've got to control yourself. Are Chris Mullin saying it on the post game? You know, as much as we love dream on you, you've got to control yourself at times like that. You can't Leave it up to The refs. I don't know. Care where you come down on officials determining games at times like that, or leaders like dream on three time champs losing their cool Well, I just cannot fathom what he could possibly say. To crew chief Mark Davis to get that kind of a call in an empty gym in an empty gym. It's not like there are fans. They're hearing what he's saying. And you've got a situation where it's the final 62nd of the game. And I think that the final 60 seconds should be treated like an MBA finals game. You should let a lot mortgage go in terms of profanity in terms of what is coming out of a player's mouth. Should let that determine the outcome in a two point game absurd to me at the same time, you need to make the argument as well. That dream on after that first tack can't get the second tech. He can't go there. He has to sit down. He has let Marc Marquez Chris Walk him off the floor. He has let Steve Kerr get in his way. You can't get that second tech and put your team in position. Lose that game, which is exactly what he did. And that's why when Terry Rozier step back and was in the left corner I don't care how high that ball was our king. We all knew it was going in Murph. We all knew it was going in. And that was the underrated portion of that was that was the degree of difficulty on that shot was incredible. But we all knew that that was finding the bottom of the net because of what had just transpired in the last 10 seconds. It was like the kick six at Auburn, Alabama is so unbelievable That you almost knew it was going to happen as soon as the ball landed in Chris Davis, his hands on that Auburn Alabama game. You knew he was taking it back, and I just felt the same way about rosier. You just made our old buddy pieces happy with that pole. It was bonkers giving. You know what's crazy is And I'm going to say like the crazy thing, And this is very, uh, this goes against the ethos of sports talk radio were supposed to come in hot. You're supposed to be ripping supposed to be crushing people. I actually looked at that game as as a actual net, positive, believe it or not, because of what you said. About they were without Steph Curry. This team is Steph Curry. OK, just seems well, Steph Curry there another I've seen people right without Steph Curry is this Aji League team? You know what I mean? That was a they're essentially winning the game without that freak occurrence in the final 10 seconds. Was to me a strong statement about the culture of this team. That Steve Kerr deserves a lot of credit. I know whatever people might say, you know, do whatever you gotta control dream on or this or that I should have called time out or whatever the culture they've been still in that team in the past week has seen them. Steal a game from Miami last Wednesday. I think they were down where they have 19. I believe when they came back and won that one by 13. Right. Okay, so that game was a culture win Friday night against Orlando. I know they blew a big lead, but they were also down huge in the second half..
"$86 million" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Millions of our public school Children are being left behind. He's unable to give unemployment relief Californians while racking up $31 billion in front and our state. Our great state is one of the slowest in the nation at distributing lifesaving vaccines, just continuous failures. Are an immediate has it that the state of California and he must be replaced Faulkner's a moderate Republican, one of several candidates looking to challenge Democrat Gavin Newsom, either in a general election next year or recall ballot this year, which needs to get to a million and a half signatures over the next month and a half. Jack Cronin cuckoo news, the current mayor says tough times are ahead for the city officials say the projected budget is expected to face an $86 million shortfall in fiscal year 2021 at a virtual town hall meeting. Where Todd, go Maria says that is largely due to the ongoing covert 19 pandemic. The mayor talking about a midyear budget report, he says the city and residents need to be in good physical shape before we can turn the corner fiscally. Despite all this dire news, there is a glimmer of hope in that course, are the vaccines that have been going out since December. I want to remind folks that we have to be vigilant and stopping the spread of the virus. If too many folks choose not to get back saying it. We will not be able to achieve the herd immunity that we need. Because it won't be strong enough to provide the protection that we collectively have to have their are expected to be budget cuts in city departments and Gloria said Repairing the city budget won't be a quick or painless process. Phil Farrar, KOGO News You could hear highlight to the mayor's virtual town hall meeting tonight at seven with Darren and Jack here on Kogo now, 103. Let's check your real time Traffic with Laura Cane. From your helpful San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic Center. The car fire on north on 1 25. After Hamish are road is out. Fire crews have left the scene Traffic no longer slows this report responsible in and out Burger. I'm Lorie Kane. Coco's next real time Traffic update is at 1 20. There's some things we just know offhand like how old we are who our.
"$86 million" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Now. W B AP 41 Degrees Fraternity Metro came to the Fort Worth City Council asking for $86 million Add two miles to the techs Ro commuter line that I say is not used to begin with to get it down to the medical district. Now the eastside but rapid bus transit system thing. I looked into that. Hell, I think that could be good. I think that I think that is needed and necessary on the east side of forward, Okay? But the $61 million that they want to spend on this two mile stretch to the medical district of the commuter line. I just don't I mean, I don't get it. No, I'm sorry. Go ahead. You're going to studio. We'll just because he's he has been a commuter on dark and Denton County transit before and still give us talked me out of this If you came I can't. If what you're saying is empty trains. Now you're seeing empty trains even before Cove it where they empty? Yes, even before going. See because I would take the Denton County train at Lake Lewisville. And there was always a least a dozen people on the platform ready waiting to get on some mornings when it's warmer, there would be a couple of dozen people. So it wasn't a totally full train, but then it hooks up with dart at paternity mill station. And when you get on there you you will either have to sit next to somebody or stand. They were full. Okay. What I was going to say is, you know the city leaders whether it's forward Dallas, it makes no difference of small city big Their job is to not say Okay, What are we going to do for our city next year? Their job is also what are we going to do for Fort Worth and Dallas? 40 years from now? Sure, OK, and I think that's what happened would guard it took a while, did it not stupid for dark to catch on? Yeah, I guess so. If you look at all the apartments going up Oh, my gosh, Everywhere. There's a tremendous amount of building. But I wonder Do the trains go to the right place and I'll just pick between because this is where I go between here and whether for the West side of Fort Worth of Weatherford. Apartments. Go here. Do we have any pressure rotation up there? Right. What about West Seventh? Where all the apartments and condominiums are that that district? Where's that? What about up north towards Alliance. And do we have writings up there? No, I don't sell with. Are they putting him in the places? We need it? That's my question. What sounds like Karen counties want to spend $86 million Without a demand for it, that that's what that's what drives me. Okay. If if we need it in the future, I get that. Why does the train need to be running constantly right now? Empty. You know, that's what by the way is the 86 million is a Fort Worth money? Is that government use it or lose it? Money? Ah, I think that was for words. Money, was it not? I don't know. I don't know. Does it really cost that much delay? Two miles a trap? I don't know. I guess have to acquire some stuff. I don't know. You know that Require track at morning news. W b ap dot com. Federal funds. And there's about 60 million in federal funds available for the textural project is longest..
"$86 million" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Have to feel distant. Come join the conversation. I am mad at everything on ice. Is used talking 20 w w b ap dot com 7 48 b A P s. We continue on it is Wednesday morning news How we got expensive time on this and okay, because it's starting to bother me and I shouldn't let it bother me Now, This is where I want you to help me. Love. I'm here. I'm here for you. And this is a story where that's in the Star Telegram. And it's about four or city leaders that have well, they've got a little sticker shock. Trinity Metro, which is a transit agency for everything you know, West in the D F W Metroplex. Oh, Tarrant County, essentially but everything West They just came to the four worst City Council. And they asked for $86 million in improvements in the upcoming year. Okay, everything that were going on. They want additional $86 million better buses and trains They want to. They want to take about $61 million of it to extend The text rail commuter line about two miles south to the medical district. And the remainder rivalry would be used to build a new rapid bus transit system on the East side. Yeah, Yeah, um That's in addition to 10 million that they were questioned about a year ago for other capital and operating needs. Okay, so they came to him and said, Hey, we need an additional $86 million. And so I mean, the council just was kind like Whoa. That's a lot. That's a lot of money. You know it. You're talking about a ton of money here going. Here's my question for you how I'm all for us having a good mass transit system. I think it's important for cities tohave it. I mean, we even though people argue we've done okay without it, but I know what I'm going to say. But I get that. Yeah, I know where you're going. But how this text rail commuter train. I will be honest with you and my daily commute back and forth to pick up kids or go to TCU or go to do whatever it is. It stops me virtually every day. That's fine. I don't care. I get stopped by it every day. And as I'm at the stoplight At the train crossing the train whizzes by Empty. Every day. Empty. We need to keep throwing money down a hole that's not being utilized. And I know what they're saying is going to take 10 or 15 years for people to get used to it. But I don't just vision, right? The vision of it is something I can't do So our city leaders Who I I dearly like whether I agree with them all the time or not. I know they would have to show me where it's necessary. Now I don't I'm going to say, I don't know. But I do know that if Oh, and a lot of them were friends, especially Betsy Price. The, um I I don't know that do we even use it as it is now? Well, this saying, No, I'm just telling you what I see. Yeah, and that's all I can. Basil is what I see. And I take note of this every day because I thought that's a billion dollars flying by me empty. I'm commenting on something. I have no idea. What I'm talking about How stupid you were a commuter you did as dart way Art and this Denton County to link up to it. Let's talk about that. After we check traffic here at 7 51 would do that with Monte Cook money from my 45 North Planet Lamar that was taken away. That left Elaine. We've also got the issue of the Bush Turnpike eastbound at Frankfurt.
"$86 million" Discussed on KOMO
"The plan on Ly Low Risk Sports start this fall. Including golf, slow pitch softball and cross country Corwin Hey HQ Co Moh news. The city of Seattle's Koba 19 relief fund will be set up for discussion or will be up for discussion this afternoon. City Council members Talking about budget revisions and potential amendments. Right now, the plan is to borrow $86 million from the Emergency Relief Fund of that money would be paid back with cash or the recently approved payroll tax. Recent protests and vandalism are really starting to hit the Seattle real estate market. We're hearing more from come on, Suzanne Fond what happened at the Seattle Police Department West Precinct in South Lake Union and what happened downtown by Amazon and patrol a coffee concerning two people halfway around the country Thinking about moving to Seattle after they saw the news cashed the violence and things that happen in Sunday downtown, they decided to pull their offer, Windermere real estate agent Tracy Trey, center says. Things were changing in Seattle anywhere near Capitol Hill or the downtown Corridor South Union. It's just there's a lot of people that want to leave the city right now in Seattle. Suzanne Fawn COMMON NEWS KOMA. Making a list is one of the worst cities for renters Website Wallet hub, comparing more than 180 U. S. Cities based on 24 key indicators of rental, attractiveness and quality of life. Data ranging from historical rental price changes to the cost of living to job availability. Out of 180 cities they listed to common comes in it. 1 73 is one of the worst cities for renters in the country. A large communications company will pay more than $255,000 to Washingtonians after failing to disclose a surcharge to customers who ordered the company's services online..
Seattle adopts spending plan for new payroll tax on big business
"So how to jump start the Seattle economy. One idea is the tax on big businesses. The City Council has now approved spending from the new business tax, even though it has been collected yet, and the emergency fund to help the city get through the current crisis. And Kyra's Chris Sullivan has been looking into this screwed up. This tax goes into effect next year, and so what they're doing is there's a spending $86 million in emergency funds right now, in the hopes that when they start collecting that big business tax next year, they will pay it back. The money this year will go towards some covert relief. $67 million coming from an emergency fund. 19 million From the rainy day fund. As you know this business taxes a payroll tax charging businesses that have over $7 million in payroll on their highest earners. The more you make, the more that you get taxed, starting at $150,000 then moving on up in salary. It's expected to raise more than $200 million a year. Councilmember Theresa Mosqueda authored the plan. This is pushed back against status for politics in in the middle of a deadly global pandemic, with the highest rates of unemployment and business closures ever. We are doing something that has been proven to invest in our most vulnerable to spur local economic activity and create a more resilient and equitable economy. The so called jumpstart Seattle plan will spend over 60% of the tax revenues once they start collecting them next year on affordable housing and homelessness. This is what it looks like to lift up the voices of those shut out by establishment politics of the past, who listened to what community needs who find ways to get to? Yes. This is what happens when we have folks in office who don't accept the way things have always then who aren't going to just give lip service void of action. Mayor Durkin and her economic staff asked the council to hold off on approving the spending until it had a better idea of what the budget hole is going to be facing in 2021. They're expected to get some more economic data next month. Mayor called this plan risky, considering that a lawsuit over the business tax could be coming and depleting the emergency funds. In this way. We'll leave the city with virtually nothing in the bank next year, the mayor letting this tax become law as you know, without signature because the council has a veto proof majority Yesterday this authorization for the spending was approved unanimously by the City Council.
"$86 million" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Number just in case learn over and under on how many days they're going to be quarantine he in the lovely wife Rhonda haven't heard yet right now and hope that doesn't happen eight seventeen and the money is being raised to big time on the campaign trail on both sides of the aisle if you think about it let's see Bernie Sanders forty six million in the month of February Elizabeth Warren twenty nine million in the month of February Joe Biden five million just over the weekend and Donald Trump eighty six million raced in the month of February and the business community has some strong reaction to Bernie Sanders of the possibility of him being the democratic nominee and it's looking more and more day after day after day that Bernie is going to be the democratic nominee yeah huge piece in the Wall Street journal Todd here's the headline businesses fret over life in a Bernie Sanders presidency while current and former business leaders and analysts greeted the prospect with a mix of concern and skepticism and disbelief I mean they can hardly believe that of a socialist potentially could get in the White House and the kind of things that he would want to do Todd it's unbelievable no wonder these guys are concerned yeah absolutely I see our bike is check from Dale Texas on the tada don show good morning Mike what's on your mind are calling in about a website that I manage on the California transplant he doing what I can for the cars called wired the Donald's twenty twenty dot com okay I wanna see him removed from office like so many other Americans what do you like to see in one place but what one is for central question why R. my goodness to list a cell wall just name a couple his treatment of colonel R. Benjamin okay for standing up for the no witnesses trial okay in his in his rape of the Americans or the emoluments clause spending a hundred and one is a twenty five million dollars now plus of taxpayers dollars to go golfing his own resort all right disappointing of his cronies into positions as acting directors of positions it three years in office he says that since you have been told by people that it by Congress okay they haven't been sent out and I can go on the list just keeps growing it keeps growing up would you would you like to see the who who would you like to see a big be the next president of the United States while it's working like it's gonna burn it's gonna be the the guy and I personally would like to see a Sanders a warrant check yeah so you why did you move here from yeah I'm just curious Mike why did you move from California to Texas our heads loads in Texas the No family California yeah and nothing going on like twice yeah you're you're okay with the California policies being imposed all across this country our departure is that I've seen so far yes yeah very good are you going to be okay because I'm concerned about you are you going to be OK Mike because you're gonna have to live in a world with trump being your president for the next four and a half years are you going to be okay well yes okay I make my arm my living taking advantage of some supporters what he talked about what do you mean how do you how do you do that or do you just how do you take advantage of trump supporters what do you do it doesn't matter specifically what I do I'm not gonna go into action let's just say no no no no hang on a second I get Hey listen my god gave you the opportunity to I gave you the opportunity the luxury of promoting your website at the very least you can tell us what your scam is they're not what they say yes your words are most preferred not to you know what might you you yourself single handedly will get credit for re electing president trump thank you so much Mike five one two eight three six zero five ninety did you hear that a Sanders Warren ticket to see talk about a one two punch talk about trapped in a bubble to the country now a lot of Republicans are accusing the Democrats of turning the corona virus crisis into a political issue US health secretary Alex is our calling for both sides to end their political attacks areas from the weekend we don't need to have this made a political issue we're in a public health crisis here we need to all be banding together you know while working on this emergency supplemental bill again Congress and we're getting bipartisan support on that site I've got a lot of hope that we can get things back to us all working together on this yeah and he was even asked a question on ABC's this week about well is this considered a pandemic I'm gonna leave it to the World Health Organization to decide if for there but we're not changing anything that we're doing because of whether somebody labels at this that or the other were following the science the evidence in the epidemiology we couldn't do one thing differently if somebody slap that word on it all right so there you go jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five nine he's been a pretty impressive the guy for the administration author on this front the CDC made some boo boos early on with the testing kits and that seem like they're trying to get that straightened out but you know Todd just it's a political season it's a political year every Democrats are are going to use it to their advantage as much as possible now health officials they are scrambling to get control of this fast spreading coronavirus the global death rate more than three thousand I know that's not a lot compared to the number of people that die from the flu every year the numbers don't compare but the numbers also don't compare on the number of people that have come down with the flu compared to the number of people that have come down with the coronavirus the percentage of the death rate is much higher in right now that unit Rice University in Houston are a small group of employees and students have been advised to self quarantine for possible corona virus exposure here's just one student.
"$86 million" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"February twentieth two thousand one home in the next few days the head nearly spins with excitement anticipation here come South Carolina results tomorrow tomorrow night will figure out to what South Carolina has rocked and what they have contributed to the the passing parade of the Democrat campaign if Biden wins it it's a it's a bit of a reset button is it instantly create him as the only non burning with a chance moving forward now there is still a guy named Bloomberg last time I heard has a couple of Bucks but it might be about the end of the call which are probably should be and and that's where it gets pretty hard moving forward to five for for mayor Pete if mayor Pete doesn't finish at least second in South Carolina okay and then it's kind of funny I mean Bernie would have to stumble seriously but to finish third in South Carolina it will just say of the South Carolina will have ripples everyone have a long time for them to you know do what Ribblesdale ripple outward into the various states of super Tuesday but it's gonna be all over the Sunday shows obviously Saturday night all over the Sunday shows so your thoughts about what what's what lies ahead your thoughts about various things political various things and there's one started so that there's one story of course in our midst that is part health story in part political story next coronavirus talk about all this and anything else you wanted our remaining quarter hour together mark Davison for Dennis follow me on Twitter mark he was pretty **** you if you want a job a bunch of stuff things I say in book form you can grab it Italian place Amazon wherever you want little thing I cranked out the year of trump's election but everything is still true it's called upside down how the left turns right and wrong truth and lies good and bad that's that's a lot of subtitle there just upside down mark Davis on Amazon there you go it's just basically stuff left has gotten away with saying for years and how you can creatively and constructively and with good humor and good will argue back so but bill party mark Davison for Dennis as we head next to right here in my hometown we are in Arlington Texas and David that's you Hey mark Davison for Dennis how you doing hi I'm not sure in your your show locally and nationally here it's what it is I listen to o'reilly the other day and he was predicting that Bloomberg was just gonna buy it it seems like that's where it's gonna go because I mean he hasn't really affected by that according to they are really thinking of money there's only one way that it's crafted that it can be concluded that Bloomberg's big checkbook has been hugely successful and that is if he racks up some serious success on super Tuesday I mean serious success where it looks like he's an instant threat to Bernie not just finishing third in a couple of states or even second a couple of others because I I've I guess it's been a long time you're saying I don't think you can buy the nomination I think you can buy an election you could buy a lot of ads the people at the like the ads email to play up to like you and Bloomberg's head to debates the first was terrible the second one was better but ultimately it's gonna be up to real people to decide whether they want Bloomberg to be the nominee and if they do it'll be because they want him and not just because they saw five hundred at I think we think you got a real strong point there but also you know wondering if you're putting yourself in the mind of a conservative you have to go over to the mind of a liberal and you know you tell something and they marched the ball on a do it well well there's there could be slavish devotion on on all sides of the spectrum I it it depends on the degree to which is going to appeal to the masses you're having a lot of messaging a lot of money is an absolute gift you can take somebody who otherwise would scarcely be on the radar and make them instant player that is happened to Bloomberg can it get him the nomination not without millions of voters saying you know what I want that guy to be to be present and that doesn't automatically happen with a lot of money we did not get president Steve Forbes we did not get president Ross Perot Donald Trump only spent about seventy million of his own money Mike Bloomberg spends actor will spend that this week so I'm I've always distanced from the notion of I don't think you can buy an election I just don't think you can you can buy instant say respectability instant street credibility you can buy instant involvement instant presence you're certainly by yourself on a debate stage but then what matters is what you do with we what you do with it what you do with it we are back in Jacksonville Florida well hi mark Davison for Dennis how are you doing what are you so thank you I'm twenty double that figure don't get me wrong I'm not a liberal not a leftist so when it was just playing devil's advocate because your whole vaping and smoking at the twenty one agents don't even rank you because I got it on the fence about it but we'll talk about the point of joining the military I think that's one thing that makes this country great is that we're not forced to put on military and I didn't feel like talking and drinking is not a right so I just want to hear your opinions it's funny that this we were talking about there ought to be one H. for everything in the notion of having you know that they're taking the smoking age twenty one is crazy but then some people say well what if you join the military if you join the military will let you do all kinds of things at an earlier age because you clearly have an and I totally get that I want to do all kinds of things for military folks mostly pave the Morrigan so we may give them the best health care we can I think it sets up a kind of a pup societal poison I don't want anybody to ever not that they would resent to you know the night that the nineteen twenty year old army guy because you can smoke in your kid Cantonese in med school and I just think it's kind of yeah it's it's just it's just trouble so much I think I believe we need to figure out when adulthood kicks in and at that age you can join the military you can smoke a cigarette and you can drink a beer we got to figure out what they can I can I can agree with that but my thing is like I wouldn't school system substitute teacher but while my time being there which is about three four years ago I mean it was apparent that the bike is you see kids walking down the hall smoke in the second why do I have to find out the bill to the bathroom this is the you know you're eighteen and you're going to high school it's not you are what's your booking big book the look it gives up because I'm like cigarettes you can smoke and vape inside yeah yes it is true I do well and I and I appreciate you guys could appreciate blast from my past I graduated from high school in nineteen seventy five Crossland high school camp springs Maryland we had a smoking section for the children you can go out you could go outside the multi purpose room and blaze.
"$86 million" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Have been around after part about civil immigration enforcement by L. BPD and we would like to just before one AM a member of the public flag down a Los Angeles police department motorcycle officer stating that there were shots fired and shots heard in the area not second clip was LAPD assisted TV actors grandma as she says a motorcycle cop called for back up and found two people shot when medical help arrived one of the two people had died she says that person was the off duty officer the incident happened at Avenue twenty six and figure out what our roundup award has been a rounded way down a judge in Alameda county has upheld the jury's verdict that Monsanto's roundup weed killer caused cancer in a couple but reduced damages from two billion dollars to just under eighty seven million the judge said the punitive damages awarded to the billions were much higher than constitutional limits set by the Supreme Court Monsanto's parent company Bayer AG says it will appeal Erin Bender KFI news and police have set up a temporary hotline to clear up confusion about ice in Long Beach photos on Facebook and Instagram confused people who thought the officers were immigration agents the new hot line alerts people to any police activity in neighborhoods after part about civil immigration enforcement by L. BPD and we would like to provide clarifying information regarding civil immigration enforcement in the city of Long Beach this recording is in several languages and says messages will be checked daily local immigrant rights groups have said they're grateful for the effort.
In Roundup case, U.S. judge cuts $2 billion verdict against Bayer to $86 million
"Our roundup award has been a rounded way down a judge in Alameda county has upheld the jury's verdict that Monsanto's roundup weed killer caused cancer in a couple but reduced damages from two billion dollars to just under eighty seven million the judge said the punitive damages awarded to the billions were much higher than constitutional limits set by the Supreme Court Monsanto's parent company Bayer AG says it will
"$86 million" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Doing about October fifth alright he coming to find across the percentage as the opening bell one thirty right now is going into the newsroom and the cost the county prosecutors have filed battery and mob action charges against three under age teenage girls in Chicago fourth remains in custody to thirteen fourteen and fifteen a police cues all four of appearing in cell phone video that recently made its way around social media it shows an attack on another teenage girl of fifteen year old with special needs she's now in the care of step the state a judge has reduced from two billion down to eighty six million dollars a jury verdict border do a couple in California it's part of the case involving weed killer roundup couple claims it causes that caused rather their cancer the judge lowered it after ruling that the jury's war award was excessive and unconstitutional judge rejected a request by the maker of roundup to strike the punitive damages out right eight teenagers in Milwaukee were treated at children's hospital for severe lung damage doctors there say they think it may be linked to Beiping the main symptoms were extreme cough shortness of breath and fatigue although some it also lost weight and suffered vomiting and diarrhea the hospital officials made that announcement on the same day a top executive from the nation's largest the cigarette manufacturer based questions from lawmakers on Capitol Hill we'll check sports traffic and weather next on WGN is will stop the best thing to ever happen to delivery for is delivery the best thing to ever happen to win stuff is a tasty Mister.
In Roundup case, U.S. judge cuts $2 billion verdict against Bayer to $86 million
"A judge has reduced from two billion down to eighty six million dollars a jury verdict border do a couple in California it's part of the case involving weed killer roundup couple claims it causes that caused rather their cancer the judge lowered it after ruling that the jury's war award was excessive and unconstitutional judge rejected a request by the maker of roundup to strike the punitive damages