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"10 counts" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:05 min | 3 months ago

"10 counts" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was not so long ago, the world's youngest self made female billionaire. Now she could face up to 20 years in federal prison today, opening statements began in the closely watched trial of the former Silicon Valley star in a vase has our report. Elizabeth Holmes was just 19. When she dropped out of Stanford to start a company called Theranos. Holmes claimed to have developed a revolutionary blood testing technology capable of running dozens of blood tests for patients with just a prick of a finger. She attracted big name investors from media tycoon Rupert Murdoch to former Trump Education secretary Betsy DeVos. Her work gained widespread praise. She spoke at events with former President Bill Clinton and even President Joe Biden, who sat on a panel about healthcare innovation at her company in 2015 when he was vice president. The company would go on to partner with major corporations like Safeway and Walgreens, which offered in store blood tests to customers. At its peak. Theranos was valued at $9 billion. But the tide soon turned after investigations raised serious concerns about whether the blood testing technology even worked at all. Holmes. Now 37 faces 10 counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Holmes has pleaded not guilty to help sort through this trial. I'm joined by Rebecca Jarvis, She's the chief business technology and economics correspondent for ABC News. She's also host of the podcast called The Dropout, which chronicles the rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes. Back at Jarvis. Welcome to the news hour. Thanks for making the time you're standing outside that courthouse, we see you there. You were inside the courtroom all day today. Just give us a sense of what happened what It was like in the room today, while it was a little bit surreal, having covered this story now for so many years to see Elizabeth Holmes in person before the jurors for the very first time hearing those opening statements from both The defense and the government and really on know what we heard today. We're both teams laying out their strategy for this trial. The government laying out a strategy showing that Elizabeth Holmes has misled investors has misled patients has misled doctors with her blood testing technology. Where is the defense laying out a story very much like The early years of Theranos in Elizabeth Holmes, that story of an ambitious young woman who sought out to change the world. Their defenses. Essentially, mistakes were made. But ultimately Elizabeth Holmes did not commit fraud. As we heard earlier, she, of course, raised millions of dollars from a number of high profile investors. Part of the prosecution's case here is that She defrauded those investors. What is the basis of their allegations? And how tough is that? A case to prove well, and a lot of these names came up in court today. Rupert Murdoch, the Walton family individuals like the Betsy DeVos family, who put millions of dollars into Theranos and there are paper trails of the communications that Elizabeth Holmes Theranos Had with these investors. There are conversations there's what she presented to the media what was presented to these investors. So there is a large amount of evidence here. Amna where the defense will contradict that evidence is to say these were supposed to be sophisticated individuals who put loads of money at risk, but they understand that they were taking a big risk on a leap of faith. So The other part of the prosecution's case here is that she also defrauded patients right people who are making health decisions ostensibly based on the test results. And do we expect to hear from any of those patients as well? We absolutely we'll hear from a number of patients who received inaccurate Theranos tests, and this is where you really saw the jurors perk up when the government laid out who's some of these patients were women, for example, who got misdiagnosed or inaccurate pregnancy tests? Woman who got inaccurate information about her pregnancy and was told to take new medications based on the idea that a Theranos tests said that she had miscarried when, in actuality she had not. There are patients who got misinformed about HIV status. We spoke to a woman, Sherry Akers, who was misinformed through a Theranos tests who believed For a week of her life that she had breast cancer that her breast cancer had returned on them because of these inaccurate results of Theranos tests. Rebecca at the heart of this is the big question Whether or not what Elizabeth Holmes said that her box like test this Edison box could do it was actually doing. Do we have the answer to that? Well, the government laid it out plainly today that that box the miniature blood testing device that goes by a number of names, including Edison, like the one you mentioned could only do at most. 12 tests ever in its entire history. And the real key here is the government proving intent that not only did Elizabeth know that it couldn't perform those tests, but that she intended to mislead a number of people from the investors to the patients, and they very plainly put it out tick by tick from the device misleading around the device to these questions, for example, things that the company said over the years that it was used on the battlefield that Plainly was not accurate, Omnia and that will be at the heart of the government's case, whereas the defense is going to continue to say these were mistakes made by a young, ambitious woman who set out to change the world. Changing the world is difficult work, and she surrounded herself. Unfortunately, according to the government's case with some of the wrong people, including Her CEO and former boyfriend, Sonny Bell Wani. Who, as you know is at the heart of these bombshell allegations that came out just days before the trial began. Rebecca, you have followed this more closely than most. You know, this story inside and out Here you have. Elizabeth Holmes, who went from being one of the most celebrated CEOs in Silicon Valley to where she is today at the tech world is not without its previous failures, right big claims that don't pan out. But this is getting white hot attention. Why is that? Is there something different about their nose and Elizabeth Holmes? Well, I think on the one hand she is an outlier. She is a female who obtained a very large sum of money, which is very rare for women to go out and get the kind of money she did almost a billion dollars from the venture world and from family offices. It's also so much of this moment Silicon Valley in many respects is around us all the time. And it raises this question of faking it till you make it and If faking it till you make it is really okay. If someone who put people's lives at risks can get away with faking it till you make it. What does that say about the future of technology and all the things that we as consumers, except in our day to day lives? It's fascinating stuff. We know who are going to be following the trial and following your reporting that is Rebecca Jarvis of ABC News covering the trial of Elizabeth Holmes. Rebecca. Good to see you. Thanks for making the time. You two are gonna thank you. Yeah, it's been almost a month.

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"10 counts" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"10 counts" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"11 03 older shooting suspect, Ahmad Elissa has been ordered to undergo a mental evaluation to determine whether he's competent to stand trial who returned to court October 19th. He has been charged with 10 counts of murder in the shootings at the King Soopers back in March Authority police officer and two others were hurt. Following a serious crash this morning near 104th in Colorado Boulevard. Police say it started as a pursuit. The suspect vehicle wound up hitting the officers SUV. Tomorrow is a huge day for Larry Walker, who will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. I've been caught on many occasions when somebody wants me to sign something, and I signed something, and I give it back to him. And then they give it back to me because I forget to put hohf 2020 on there. So I guess that reality of it hasn't sunk in. Walker will be the first Rockies player in Cooperstown when he could have chosen to be inducted as either an Expo or a member of the Cardinals. As for the current team while they started their home series with an L. Rockies pictures allowed 15 hits in a 10 5 lost to San Francisco yesterday. That's the latest I'm Chuck Clark. Now impact traffic from the Duck Duck Go Traffic center. This report is sponsored by Mattress firm from the BET. Fred Sports Traffic Centre. One big issue right now on the Metro area drive, and it's a crash westbound. I 70 It is right past the 2 70 ramps. They're trying to get onto to 70. And it's backing up traffic to Peoria and I once you get past that crash, things improve, then westbound heading out towards our vata and golden eye. 25 is problem free right now. Speeds are good. Fox 31 pinpoint weather hazy, smoky sunshine today with a high of 87. No moisture expected And tonight slow drops to 55 about the same for tomorrow Dry and a high of 89 expected for Wednesday currently at 77 with your impact traffic and weather. I'm Chris McLaughlin, 6 30 K. How get a king bed for a queen Price at mattress firm Save up to $500 during the best Labor Day sale ever.

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"10 counts" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:13 min | 3 months ago

"10 counts" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Um, remember being at a luncheon with former has a Cadillac brand at the end of 2019. Just before things What all sideways, Uh, Steve Carlisle and he said, you know, this is this is the end of the ice age for Cadillac. And so the lyric is their first TV. It's built on GMOs New Alte, um, platform, so it's going to use the same type of same batteries that are going to be in the Hummer Evey, uh, which is actually, uh, supposed to start production. 1st 1st vehicles off the line next month in October. Um And I guess if you're going to drive a Hummer, at least you could drive it without guilt. If you drive the Hummer evey, right, exactly. Well, you know, I mean, when the thing weighs £9000 I don't know how guilt free it's really going to be. Uh, you know, Fortunately, you know, it's the Hummer is really going to be a niche vehicle because you know it's going to be $115,000. You know, it's not going to sell in huge numbers. I would be surprised if even when they launched the lower cost versions get down as low as I think about $85,000 if they saw more than 10,000 year, But the lyric is really a more mainstream vehicle for Cadillac. It's right in the heart of where the luxury market is today in in mid sized upper mid size crossovers, it's a It's a two row five seat crossover somewhere in size to the AR actually, slightly bigger than the Cadillac XT five that they have today. Um and I got to spend three hours on this past Wednesday morning at the GM Tech Center. With members of the team that have been developing the lyric. Um And so this vehicle is scheduled for production in February. Uh, it's going to have a 300 mile at least a 300 mile range, they say. And, uh, it, uh, the launch edition that comes out in the spring, the first the first version of it. Um, is going to be rear wheel drive 340 horsepower Electric motor, But I learned some really interesting details about this vehicle. As we went through that you spent some time in the design studio and I spent some time with the engineering team. And, uh, Uh, one of the things with with an electric car. Uh, because you want to. You want to be able to maximize the amount of regenerative braking you can do You want to recover as much energy as you can whenever the vehicle is slowing down. Uh And so, um, you know, one of things you don't want on TV. It's especially important on TV. It's important on any vehicle, but especially TV is you want to minimize aerodynamic drag? Uh and Because the more arrow drag you have, you know, then when you lift off the accelerator, the air is slowing you down instead of, um being able to use your regenerative braking to recover that energy and put it back in the battery, so it's not just to make the battery more efficient. But it's also to give you better region That makes sense. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah. So, um, one of the neat details Several years ago, GM built a new wind tunnel Gems had a full size wind tunnel since the 19 eighties. But they rebuilt their wind tunnel and they now have what's known as a Rolling road Wind tunnel. And this is an idea that actually started in Formula One back in the eighties. Um, when they came to the realization that, um the the way air flows over a vehicle can actually change quite a bit. If the wheels are turning versus if the wheels are static, So if you just take a car and stick it in a wind tunnel, and it's nothing is moving except the error around it. The results you're going to get are going to be quite different than if the wheels are rolling the way they would be when you're moving down the road. Oh, Uh, you know, so Formula One teams have had, like one quarter one third scale rolling road wind tunnels for for many years. Is it a treadmill? But this essentially yes, It's like a giant treadmill that the car sits on. So they roll it in there, put on the treadmill, and it moves to have a moving ground plane and move and the wheels are rotating and that changes the way the error interacts around the wheels. And one of the neat details that they learned when they were developing. The lyric is if you look at your tires on your car, you will find that like around the edge near the edge, where it goes from the side wall to the tread. There's usually a ridge that's molded in there. And there's various other aspects of the sidewall that when the tires rotating, actually creates a surprising amount of drag And so what GM did was they worked with their, um, with their tyre suppliers to rework how the tires are molded to eliminate or minimize those ridges along the side wall. And that was able to get them. Um what? Roughly, Um, they say that they refer to his 10 counts of aerodynamic drag. So the drag coefficient of a vehicle is, uh, on a typical modern vehicle might be anywhere between 100.25 point 35. Um And you know, 10 counts would be 10 1 Thousands of that. So it might be like going from 10.272 Point, 26, which is a significant difference for you know something that, um once you figure out how to do, it doesn't actually cost you more. Uh, so and that makes it on TV. That makes a real difference. Another detail. What they did is on the rear hatch on the rear glass. Um, you know, most crossovers, SUVs and so on. You'll find there's a windshield wiper back there to keep it clean. Well, one of you know that adds weight, and it also adds drag when the air is flowing over that, So what they have on the lyric is the spoiler at the top of the tailgate. That has a flow through spoiler, so they've designed it in a way. So when the vehicles moving the airflow through there is basically sweeping everything off that rear glass. And so they claim they won't need a windshield wiper. So that reduces the drag man cost interesting..

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"10 counts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:01 min | 5 months ago

"10 counts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To the takeaway on Thursday morning, a years long investigation into the Trump Organization and its chief financial officer, Alan Wisenberg. Came to a head when, while the work turned himself in to New York prosecutors, Whitesburg was in charged with grand larceny. In the second degree, Prosecutors said he evaded taxes on $1.7 million of income, and in addition, the Trump Organization was indicted on 10 counts, including a scheme to defraud and for different counts of criminal tax fraud. Our legal analysts are watching to see whether Wisenberg, who has worked very closely with Donald Trump over the years, will ultimately cooperate with officials to reveal incriminating evidence about the former president's business dealings. Trump and his lawyers have criticized the investigation as politically motivated because the district attorney and the attorney general leading the investigation are both Democrats. As for me, I'm getting my popcorn ready and just waiting for the Wisenberg trump version of the 2019 Snitch best by rapper 69 when the heavily tattooed rapper went to court until all the business of his gang in order to skirt a life sentence. It just makes me giggle to think of the wisenberg version of this viral Instagram post by the maligned rapper. Y'all don't want to accept the fact that those is all true facts. Y'all don't want to exit You'll understand why snitch shot understand You don't want to understand. We're joined now by Rebecca Ball House Investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Thank you for being here, Rebecca. Hi. Thanks for having me. Oh, it's lovely to have you so give us a little bit of context here. How do yesterday's events fit into the indictment process? So, as you said, this has been a years long investigation now and it it grew out of the separate investigation into hush money around 2018 and and breed include a review of Trump's tax returns a focus on bank fraud insurance fraud. What we saw yesterday was really a focus on these fringe at benefits, and what prosecutors alleged in the indictment that was unveiled yesterday was that there was a pattern of the Trump organization. By by both the company and by its chief financial officer, in which executives likewise, Silberg would receive perks like apartments, cars, tuition payments for his family members private school in Manhattan and wouldn't pay taxes on it, and the company wouldn't pay taxes on it either. Now tell us a little bit about the role that Wisenberg played in the Trump organization. So Westbrook is one of Trump's closest confidence. He's worked for the company for nearly 50 years. His son worked for the company and the way that former and current Trump Organization employees and others who are close to the former president of the company have described him is that he's intimately involved in several aspects. He and Trump you know, would would go over all the checks that needed to be signed at the end of the day for you. Lewandowski, who is Trump's former campaign manager, I think once described him as Knowing about every dollar that went out the door. So he's somebody who's really involved in a lot of aspects of how that company works, and is also personally very close to Trump. So was it surprising he turned himself in. That's just sort of how this works. I mean, he was charged yesterday who pleaded not guilty. His lawyers have said that he, uh that he plans to fight the charges in court. You know, this is part of this larger effort by prosecutors to get my supper to cooperate, which, so far he has refused to do. And I think that it really remains to be seen whether the charges that were, uh, released yesterday are going to be enough to to force him to cooperate that the charges that he's facing carry a maximum prison sentence of 15 years. So It's possible that if he's you know, looking at the possibility of spending time in prison that he's gonna choose to cooperate with prosecutors, But, um, I think at least so far were not publicly seeing.

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"10 counts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:04 min | 5 months ago

"10 counts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Into the Trump organization and its chief financial officer, Alan Wisenberg, came to a head when Wildenberg turned himself in to New York prosecutors. Heidelberg was in charged with grand larceny. In the second degree. Prosecutors said he evaded taxes on $1.7 million of income, and in addition, the Trump Organization was indicted on 10 counts, including a scheme to defraud and four different counts of criminal tax fraud. Our legal analysts are watching to see whether Wisenberg, who has worked very closely with Donald Trump over the years, will ultimately cooperate with officials to reveal incriminating evidence about the former president's business dealings. Trump and his lawyers have criticized the investigation as politically motivated because the district attorney and the attorney general leading the investigation are both Democrats. As for me, I'm getting my popcorn ready and just waiting for the Wisenberg trump version of the 2019 snitch Fist by rapper 69 when the heavily tattooed rapper went to court until all the business of his gang in order to skirt a life sentence. It just makes me giggle to think of the wisenberg version of this viral instagram posts by the maligned rapper. Y'all don't want to accept the fact that those is all true facts. Y'all don't want to exit. You'll understand why snitch shot understand You don't want to understand. We're joined now by Rebecca Ball House Investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Thank you for being here, Rebecca. Hi. Thanks for having me. Oh, it's lovely to have you so give us a little bit of context here. How do yesterday's events fit into the indictment process? So, as you said, this has been a years long investigation now and it it grew out of the separate investigation into hush money around 2018 and and breed include a review of Trump's tax returns a focus on bank fraud insurance fraud. What we saw yesterday was really a focus on these fringe at benefits, and what prosecutors alleged in the indictment that was unveiled yesterday was that there was a pattern of the Trump organization by by both the company and by its chief financial officer, in which executives likewise, Silberg would receive perks like apartments. Cars tuition payments for his family members private school in Manhattan and wouldn't pay taxes on it. And the company wouldn't pay taxes on it either. Now tell us a little bit about the role that Wisenberg played in the Trump organization. So Westbrook is one of Trump's closest confidence. He's worked for the company for nearly 50 years. His son worked for the company and the way that former and current Trump Organization employees and others who are opposed to the former president of the company have described him as That he's intimately involved in several aspects of the company's finances. And that, uh, he and Trump, you know, would would go over all the checks that needed to be signed at the end of the day for you. Lewandowski, who is Trump's former campaign manager, I think once described him as Knowing about every dollar that went out the door. So he's somebody who's really involved in a lot of aspects of how that company works, and is also personally very close to Trump. So was it surprising he turned himself in. That's just sort of how this works. I mean, he was charged yesterday who pleaded not guilty. His lawyers have said that he, uh that he plans to fight the charges in court. You know, this is part of this larger effort by prosecutors to get my supper to cooperate, which, so far he has refused to do. And I think that it really make remains to be seen whether the charges that were, uh, yesterday are going to be enough to to force him to cooperate that the charges that he's facing carry a maximum prison sentence of 15 years. So It's possible that if he's you know, looking at the possibility of spending time in prison that he's gonna choose to cooperate with prosecutors, But, um, I think at least so far were not publicly seeing any shift in his stance. Let's take a quick break. We're gonna be right back with more on the charges against the Trump organization..

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"10 counts" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:38 min | 5 months ago

"10 counts" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He is with Fox Sports, and Tim and I become friendly over the years, obviously on the Twitter and I think I met Tim actually, only in person months, But whenever I fill in I I always like to have him on if I can, Because what we're seeing in sports more and more is that they're becoming so woke and even the commentating. This obviously doesn't include Tim Brando and some of the folks that have been there over the years that our veterans now because they know that maybe people just want to escape. Maybe people just want a game to be called without a political commentary, But well, that's not the world we live in anymore. Unfortunately, at least for most, Tim Brando, How are you, sir? I'm wonderful Jo and I can tell you exactly when that happened. It was the day sports stopped. I'd come in, Uh, Palm Bill Hemmer's request. Because my game between Creighton and ST John's have been called at halftime on March, the 12th of 2020 and Big East tournament across that day. Yeah, the Big East tournament. And a lot has happened since then. So And I do admire your work. You know, I think that all of us that are in the business of sports media. Um, we we do need to have an open mind to criticism. I think we I think we get better to that. With that and understanding. How some of the things we say lands you know you It might not even be exactly the words. It might just be the tone you know, and guys like you that are watchdogs for that, I think are important. Thank you. I appreciate it. And now I know we have an anniversary. It's march 12th and I'll be sending flowers. I don't think the wife reminded too much. We should be fine so different. I want to get your thoughts on Jalen Rose first. Jalen Rose, obviously member of the Fab Five. He was in college when I was in college, and I loved that team. I mean, it was great to watch them make those runs two finals. They didn't win it all. Of course, I believe they lost to Duke one near North Carolina, the next, But that was 92 93, then jail and has since become a fairly big star at at ESPN in terms of his punditry with basketball, But like so many there he is now weighing in on things that sound more political in the latest. That's just blown up this week is when Jalen Rose says that the U. S. Men's Olympic basketball team should be all black and the adding of Kevin loves to that game. Who is to that team who is white? That wasn't acceptable in his view, and it's just I can't believe Let's put it this way. If any commentator or pundit said that we should have a say in all white baseball team or an all white basketball team at the Olympics, and that person will be fired immediately, But rose, nothing appears to going to happen to him in any way in terms of a reprimand, and I'm not asking you so Much to criticize Jalen Rose, but I mean, it's this sort of commentary that we're seeing all too often now on ESPN, which is supposed to be the worldwide leader in sports. I'm going to give Jalen the benefit of the doubt and say that You know, I think maybe his point should have been Explained. You know, we're in the hot Take world Joe, and these shows, particularly the ones That are on during the day. At the time that I'm really not watching sports anymore. I mean, I must tell you, I really am not. I think it's a generational thing to some extent. Uh, I've gotten to the point now where the talk fests the gap tests. I simply can't watch because I used to do those. By the way. I had a three hour radio show for 14.5 years. At the CBS cable outlet actually came in and simulcast it for two plus years in my hometown, and I remember getting into trouble sometimes because I felt like I had to talk about every Issue in sports that day. Some of them were social issues. And if you say it the wrong way. And you may be well meaning, But if you say it the wrong way you can get into a lot of trouble and I have in the past. I'm really glad I don't do it anymore. If Jalen If jailings point was, and I'm not sure that is. I can't read his mind and I didn't hear. Him say, Ignore about seeing the quote until you just told me now. The if he explains it that Kevin Love is not good enough. And that there are several African American players that could that are better than he is. Then I'm okay. And I mean, I'm not gonna I'm not going to have a problem with it. But just to say that And it come off the way you interpreted it. Is problematic and that's what we have going on. And we may have lost him. They told a social media and and and then it goes and then it goes viral, and I'm not sure that that's that's not the point that they want. And I mean, they I mean everybody that's in the gap test business. Is trying to attract attention that way, because those shows don't get ratings. I mean, they really don't but they they certainly grab attention. They do, and I think yes, exactly. It didn't have to be a race based argument. You could just say, Hey, Kevin Love. If we're talking five years ago, probably deserved to be on that team. Remember it was. He was brought in to Cleveland with LeBron James and Kyrie Irving and that was supposed to be the Big three that leads them to a championship, and they ultimately did win it. He hasn't too much in recent years. You can say you know what? Kevin love isn't the player that he used to be, and I disagree with him being on the team, But then you don't have to go to. He needs to be replaced by an African American player. A black player, because why? I mean, why does it only have to be one subset of people? You're right. Though he should be able to explain that he has a podcast. He has social media has ample places to explain this, but he really hasn't to This point We're talking will tell you Yeah. Yeah, I will tell you, Joe on shows up that of that ilk that are on television. That really should be radio based. They've got people talking in their ears. Given him. 10 counts to hard breaks and you know what that's about, and I think a lot of times it just it gets lost. It's like I made the statement it was authoritative. And there's no gray area, speaking in absolutes, I was taught very early in my career. If you spoken absolutes without gray area, people would remember what you say. And there's a line there, though. There's a line in speaking in absolutes. Some some some of those statements you make require. Explanation, and when it's not given, then it's out there for everyone to speculate over. It's precisely right. We're talking to Tim Brando. I was curious What you thought of Gwen Barry Tim, And that's the hammer thrower who turned away from the American flag is the national anthem was played. He later said that she felt like it was a setup that they did it on purpose. I was P O. To be honest is what she said. I don't quite get the setup thing When you win something and an Olympic event or an Olympic trial. In this case, they will play the national anthem and you usually stand on some sort of podium. So unless she's never watched the Olympics before, but regardless even if that, like whether she felt set up or not, but the fact that we have now athletes just so brazenly either kneeling like we saw with with Colin Kaepernick, or now you have somebody turning away from when the flag is being played. It's just It leaves a bad taste in people's mouths watching at home that say, You know what? It's the Olympics. I've watched every year going back to Munich. And yet I can't watch because these athletes just seem spoiled to me. That's another another one. You know, if someone were to ask me, Joe and I have gotten it many times. Is.

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Fired Humble ISD Teacher Facing New Charges of Molesting Boys

Smart Oil and Gas

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Fired Humble ISD Teacher Facing New Charges of Molesting Boys

"Students come forward the EMB Elias D T. Teacher male who was already charged with child child porn, faces new charges. He's a 35 year old teacher, and he was charged last night with promotion of child pornography and sexual performance by a child. He's already facing 10 counts of possession of child porn and another counter sexual performance. Prosecutor Jonah Stallings is with the Harris County adult sex crimes and Trafficking division. She says that she definitely believes he is a danger to the community messages he sent were first from a person named Sarah. Messages we came or explicit as they continued dating all the way back to December. This is the tax

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Motive in Boulder Shooting Is Still a Mystery, Police Say

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 9 months ago

Motive in Boulder Shooting Is Still a Mystery, Police Say

"Working on that mass shooting at a King Soopers supermarket in Boulder, Colorado this week are focusing on the motive behind the massacre. Fox's Alicia Acuna has more 167. Individuals from 26 law enforcement agencies have been working this case for more than 3000 hours combined, and so far what they still don't have is the answer to a question. It is hunting them. But like the rest of the community, we too want to know why. Why that King Soopers wide Boulder wine Monday and unfortunately at this time, we still don't have those answers. The suspect lives about 20 miles from the King Soopers, where he is accused of shooting 10 people inside and outside of that grocery store on Monday. Speaking to reporters Friday, the Boulder police chief said the suspect legally purchased the Ruger A. R 5 66 pistol used in the shooting at the RV at an ARV at a Colorado gun store suspect is facing 10 counts of murder, but prosecutors say more charges are coming.

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Boulder shooting suspect to face additional charges

Financial Awakening

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Boulder shooting suspect to face additional charges

"In the King. Super shooting in Boulder may face additional charges because of gunfire exchanged with Boulder police officers. They put their lives at risk, and that will be reflected an additional attempted murder charges that will be filed by the district attorney's office in the next couple weeks. Boulder, D A. Michael Doherty says the suspects next court date will be announced next week. He's charged with 10 counts of first degree murder and one count of attempted murder. The police officer who shot the suspect is on administrative leave, which is standard procedure.

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Boulder Shooting Suspect Makes 1st Court Appearance

Tom and Curley

00:22 sec | 9 months ago

Boulder Shooting Suspect Makes 1st Court Appearance

"The man suspected any attack made his first court appearance correspondent Jonathan Legally Adi is their alleged gunman. Achmed ELISA entered court in a wheelchair deputies with black mourning bands stood nearby, as the 21 year old was charged with 10 counts of first degree murder. And one count of attempted first degree murder more fall out for the University of Southern California. It's a massive

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Suspect charged with 10 counts of murder in Colorado shooting

Frank Beckmann

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Suspect charged with 10 counts of murder in Colorado shooting

"The man charged in this week's deadly shooting at a Colorado grocery store has made his first court appearance boxes. Tanya J. Powers has the details. Whole thing was over in about five minutes, with Judge Thomas Mulvihill ordering Ahmad Alisa held in jail without bond. ELISA was in the courtroom and spoke only once answering. Yes. When the judge asked him if he understood his rights. He did not enter a plea. He's charged with 10 counts of murder following Monday's shooting at the King's supers in Boulder, his lawyer said they need to assess His mental health prosecutor said the crime scene is still being processed, and they expect to file additional charges in the next couple of weeks. If convicted of the charges he already faces he could get life in prison

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Boulder shooting suspect appears in court

1A

00:21 sec | 9 months ago

Boulder shooting suspect appears in court

"Amon Alla alla way ELISA is facing 10 counts of murder. He did not enter a plea and he will be held without bail. His defense attorney has asked the court for a mental health assessment. She did not indicate what condition the suspect may have. President Biden will hold his first press conference later today. NPR's Isha Roscoe reports,

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Boulder shooting suspect to make first court appearance Thursday

Morning Edition

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Boulder shooting suspect to make first court appearance Thursday

"The suspected gunman in this week's deadly shooting at a grocery store in Colorado, is expected to make his first court appearance today in Boulder. Allison Sherry with Colorado Public Radio says the suspect is facing 10 counts of first degree murder. This will be the first time the public has seen Ahmad ELISA since he limped out of a boulder grocery store, half naked and bloody after he allegedly shot and killed 10 people in the parking lot and store. ELISA will be charged with 10 counts of first degree murder and will be advised of the charges he faces and his rights as a defendant. Authorities believe he was the sole shooter on Monday, and they're still investigating what happened, including a possible motive. Lisa is expected to be held without bond in the Boulder

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Boulder suspect identified, charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder

Morning Edition

00:11 sec | 9 months ago

Boulder suspect identified, charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder

"Suspected gunman in this week's deadly shooting at a grocery store in Colorado is due to make his first court appearance tomorrow in Boulder. The 21 Year old is facing 10 counts of first degree murder.

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Suspect charged with 10 counts of murder in Colorado shooting

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Suspect charged with 10 counts of murder in Colorado shooting

"Lease and former associates, a 21 year old Ahmad Elissa. The Hughes gunman in the Colorado shootings describe the suspect is sometimes prone to rage or delusions that a motive behind the shooting that killed 10 people, including a police officer, remains unknown. Facing 10 counts of first degree murder Elissa due to make a first court appearance tomorrow.

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Boulder suspect identified, charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder

America's First News Show

01:02 min | 9 months ago

Boulder suspect identified, charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder

"Morning on the 21 year old suspect in Monday's massacre at a Colorado supermarket, which left 10 dead, including a store manager and a police officer. Investigators haven't established a motive, but arrest affidavit shows he bought the weapon just six days before the attack. The suspect has been identified as Ahmad Elissa 21 of Arvada. He has been charged with 10 counts of murder in the first degree, and will she be shortly transported the Boulder County jail? I know that there's an extensive investigation just getting underway into his background. He's lived most of his life in the United States, and beyond that we're still in the very early stages of the investigation. Those who lost their lives at the King Soopers arranged from 20 tow 65 years old. They included a magazine photographer, a Medicare agent with a passion for theater and others going about their day at a busy shopping plaza when Shots unexpectedly rang out. Wonderful

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"10 counts" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"10 counts" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Today mourned the deaths of 10 people killed in a mass shooting at a grocery store and Boulder, Colorado yesterday was out to the families of the victims and the survivors. I want to. I want to commend the heroic actions of Officer Eric Tally the father of seven Children who left for work yesterday morning assuming he'd be able to go home. The president called on Congress to tighten the nation's gun laws. The House has passed two bills to require expanded background checks for gun buyers. Senate Majority or Chuck Schumer says he'll bring them to the Senate floor for consideration. Local authorities have announced charges against the gunman constructed of killing 10 People in Boulder. The 21 year old man faces 10 counts of first degree murder as Matt Bloom from member station Kunc reports. Community is reeling from the country's latest mass shooting outside of the store where the shooting took place. Hundreds of residents are paying their respects to the victims. Lang bouquets of flowers at the base of a chain link fence now surrounding the entrance. Local pastor Michael being taped up a sign reading Pray for Boulder. He's worried the pandemic may limit how the community mourns the killings. I think people are confused with, you know, everything falling, loosening up. Come outside, and then this happens. And so people are just locking themselves back up again. So we're here to offer hope? Because this isn't all there is. Motive for the shooting is still unclear, and an investigation is expected to take several days for NPR news. I'm map BLOOM in Boulder. Jury

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Biden Mourns the Deaths of 10 Killed in Colorado Mass Shooting

1A

01:42 min | 9 months ago

Biden Mourns the Deaths of 10 Killed in Colorado Mass Shooting

"Today mourned the deaths of 10 people killed in a mass shooting at a grocery store and Boulder, Colorado yesterday was out to the families of the victims and the survivors. I want to. I want to commend the heroic actions of Officer Eric Tally the father of seven Children who left for work yesterday morning assuming he'd be able to go home. The president called on Congress to tighten the nation's gun laws. The House has passed two bills to require expanded background checks for gun buyers. Senate Majority or Chuck Schumer says he'll bring them to the Senate floor for consideration. Local authorities have announced charges against the gunman constructed of killing 10 People in Boulder. The 21 year old man faces 10 counts of first degree murder as Matt Bloom from member station Kunc reports. Community is reeling from the country's latest mass shooting outside of the store where the shooting took place. Hundreds of residents are paying their respects to the victims. Lang bouquets of flowers at the base of a chain link fence now surrounding the entrance. Local pastor Michael being taped up a sign reading Pray for Boulder. He's worried the pandemic may limit how the community mourns the killings. I think people are confused with, you know, everything falling, loosening up. Come outside, and then this happens. And so people are just locking themselves back up again. So we're here to offer hope? Because this isn't all there is. Motive for the shooting is still unclear, and an investigation is expected to take several days for NPR news. I'm map BLOOM in Boulder. Jury

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10 dead in mass shooting at Colorado supermarket

Lance McAlister

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

10 dead in mass shooting at Colorado supermarket

"Man who was accused of carrying out a mass shooting Monday afternoon at a grocery store in Colorado that killed 10, which included a police officer. The latest from ABC News suspect in yesterday's deadly shooting at a Colorado supermarket has been charged with 10 counts of murder is a B C's back up, they're going to release Suspect from the hospital to the jail and at that point will get the arrest affidavit and a lot more information about him and about the circumstances. The specific circumstances of the shooting President Biden's has to

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Boulder police officer among 10 dead in Colorado supermarket shooting, suspect in custody

Here & Now

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

Boulder police officer among 10 dead in Colorado supermarket shooting, suspect in custody

"Lesson 12 hours after families were notified. Boulder, Colorado Police have released the names of the 10 people killed in a mass shooting at a supermarket yesterday in Boulder. Their ages range from 20 to 65. Among the fatalities, the first police officer to respond to the shooting. Colorado Public Radio's Ben Markus has please have a young man in custody. Authorities have released the name of the shooter to Mod Elissa. They've charged him with 10 counts of first degree murder. We know that he's 21 years old. There is no motive. Known at this time we're being shared with the media. Ben Marcus reporting. The Boulder attack was the second mass shooting in the US in less than a week, amplifying calls from the president and congressional Democrats for tougher Gun control

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10 Colorado shooting victims identified; police name suspect

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:23 sec | 9 months ago

10 Colorado shooting victims identified; police name suspect

"Year old is now being held on 10 counts of murder. They've also named the 10 victims from yesterday's shooting, the youngest being 20 years old, and some news agencies are quoting members of the alleged shooter's family. Saying that he had suffered for a long time with mental illness issues. AstraZeneca may have given incomplete data about its coffin 19 vaccine from

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"10 counts" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:16 min | 10 months ago

"10 counts" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"One of 71. Yeah, that's really great. Could you please tell us what's going on? Meghan Markle is one her claim against a male in Sunday's publisher after a British judge granted summary judgment in her favorite favorite flavor over five articles published in February of 2019 that reproduced parts of a letter. That she sent to her dead. Thomas Marchal. Now the judge in this case is Megan had a reasonable expectation that the contents of the letter would remain private. The judge also ruled that the mail on Sunday and infringed on the copyright in the letter, and in response to the ruling, Megan says she's grateful for the courts for holding Associated Newspapers and the Mail on Sunday to account now there's still parts of the case where Data privacy that needs to be ruled on. But this is moving forward in the case, at least like there is judgment today, but that is a good thing. Yeah, making judgment. And Kevin Hart's personal shopper allegedly stole more than a million dollars from heart by making unauthorized purchases with Hearts. Credit card. Dylan Jason Saira was arraigned in court in New York City yesterday facing Grand larceny and other charges. I e starts on a 10 count indictment with grand larceny. And identity theft in a scheme to defraud Kevin Hart. Yeah, a million dollars. So my world did He think he was just gonna get away with? Yeah, probably. Yeah, just like a little one here by sire charged about $923,000 on hearts. Credit cards, combined with $240,000 worth of jewelry and watches bought from a jeweler in California bucket. Yeah. Collectibles Art. Doubted. I just want to be there The moment Kevin Hart is like, Um, I didn't buy any of this baton bag. My word. Yeah. So we're spending some money that didn't belong to. You know, that's gonna get you in trouble. And finally, Jason Biggs is opening up about his biggest regret in life. And that would be turning down one of the rules in the sitcom How I Met Your Mother. He had the offer to play Ted Most B and the popular sitcom, but he turned it down, and it's the biggest regret, he said of his life. So I'm sorry to hear because he was fresh off American pie.

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"10 counts" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"10 counts" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Two decorated agents with a long history fighting child pornography. They are both leading families behind and they're being mourned by the FBI as heroes to Steve Harrigan and Sunrise, Florida Three other agents were wounded before the suspect was killed a possible suicide. Fox News Digital just confirming his identity. 55 year old David Lee Huber. America is listening to Fox, please. This report is sponsored by direct Otto Staying Connected Continues with 1061 FM Talk Wait. County Public schools will allow pre K through third graders to return to school for daily in person learning beginning on February 15th as the decision passed by an 81 vote last night, according to ABC, 11, 4th and fifth graders will meet in person and three week intervals. As well, many middle on high school students. The move comes one day after Governor Cooper and other state officials urge school district's toe let students back into the classroom. In our Del County man who posted bond following a child pornography arrest is back behind bars on a familiar charge, Kyle Wilson reports. Michael Hawkins of Statesville was arrested last summer charged with 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. He posted bond and within months, investigators say the tips began coming in again. Hawkins once again accused of possessing child pornography. Following an investigation warrants were issued, and Iredell County deputies picked him up last weekend. He faces multiple charges. Highway Patrol troopers were investigating the death of a man whose car plunged into a lake near Selma. Officials say Skid marks show The driver ran off. I 95 ended up in the lake near campground Road. Divers pulled the car from the lake shortly after the crash and found the man dead inside. Cause of the wreck is still under investigation, and Walgreens will soon be distributing the Corona virus vaccine in North Carolina..

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"10 counts" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"10 counts" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It's safe way. Pick four or more and save mix and match items like Cape Cod and Kettle Chips for dollar 88. General Mills cereal for a dollar 49 Starbucks coffee 10 Count K cups or 12 ounce bags for 5 99. Each and Dreyer's ice cream for 2 88 each with KSFO traffic. I'm Ted Thomas. Let the joy begin with this week's sale at J. C. Penney get cozy with up to 50% off Select cold weather betting or your favorite kitchen items from Cuisinart, Wilton and instant pot. Also get select family outerwear and up to 50% off and say the next 25% with coupon plus, grab our Black Friday prices earlier than ever shot The Black Friday kickoff at jayson dot com This Sunday J. C. Penney offers Fella 10 29 to 11 5 conditions and explosions. Apply. C store dot com for details. One of the things KSFO listeners like about Armstrong and getting is they don't always talk politics. They just set the land speed record for a production car. I cannot son will love this. I cannot exactly to find 40 Order production car is Mass produced identical models available for the public. It is a 1750 horsepower SSC to Harley Cruiser. Tuatara. The last time he glanced through this speedometer, he was hammering along with 310 Miles, So don't so I was thinking like low tubes he missed when he was going 3 31.14. That's holiday was texting while he did it certainly hope not. 331 Miles an hour. Your commute from Tracy to Sunnyvale. Only be 11 minutes, but you wouldn't want to miss out on the Armstrong Getty show, right? Jack and Joe 6 to 9 on top radio 5 60 ksfo. Welcome Ben Shapiro. You've got a big our plan for.

"10 counts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"10 counts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For NPR News. I'm April Damn Bosque in Oakland outside Eugene, Oregon, Firefighters are gaining ground on a blaze that's burned more than 173,000 acres. Brian Bull of member station KLCC reports The holiday farm fire was sparked Labor Day. A bulldozer clears out rush That's crews continue to shore up containment lines along the fire's edge. Tom Fields of the Oregon Department of Forestry says recent rains have helped them more than triple containment since last Friday. Furthermore, we might have a line around that fire sometime early next week. That doesn't mean full containment, but at least we've got a full circle around it where we can strengthen and mop up towards the interior and put this thing to bed. A warm spell next week could pose problems. Field says Local residents need to hold off on burning debris and having campfires. Until local bands are lifted for NPR News on Brian Bowl and Eugene in Paris. Seven people have now been detained in connection with the stabbing attack yesterday near the former offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Two people were wounded in what officials are describing as a terrorist incident. It happened as a trial is underway for people accused of helping to jihadists carry out an attack on Charlie Hebdo five years ago. 12. People were killed in that attack. You're listening to NPR news. Criminal charges have now been filed against those in charge At the Holyoke Soldiers home in Massachusetts, the state run nursing home for veterans saw one of the deadliest cove in 19 outbreaks nationwide. Miriam Walser from member station W. O ur in Boston, reports 76 people died. The former superintendent and former medical director face 10 counts each of causing or permitting serious bodily injury and neglect of an elder. If convicted, they face years of jail time. A press conference. Massachusetts attorney general more, Healy said the charges stem from a decision to deal with staffing shortages by consolidating two floors of dementia patients, a move that mixed covert positive and covered negative residents to think about this now, knowing how contagious and deadly this viruses and continues to be is most disturbing, and the alleged details are even worse. A lawyer for one of the men charged says his client only ever acted with the best of intentions. For NPR News. I'm Miriam Wasser anti lock down. Demonstrations are happening in London today, with a big one planned for Trafalgar Square. Police are urging protesters to abide by social distancing. Generally, people are barred from gathering in groups, but protests maybe exempt if participants space apart. There have been more than 420,000 confirmed. Corona virus infections in the U. K. Some 42,000 people have died the highest number of deaths in Europe. The first major college Football League to postpone it season has become the last one to jump back in the mid American Conference leaders voted to resume play November 4th that makes it 10 out of 10 of conferences that will play in the fall. You're listening to NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Limb Wilson Foundation, committed to improving lives through invention in the U. S, and in developing countries and working to inspire and enable the next generation of inventors..

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"10 counts" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"10 counts" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You get your news W. B C news radio. 68 degrees right now in Boston. Beautiful, sunny skies A couple of clouds at four o'clock this portion of the news brought to us by Window world of Boston. Good afternoon. I'm Nicole Davis. Here's what's happening. The former superintendent of the Holyoke soldiers home and his medical director now facing criminal charges after dozens of veterans and their care died of Copan 19 criminal case, there's a victim in this case there were ultimately 76 attorney general Mara Healey says A grand jury is indicting former Holyoke soldiers home had been at Walsh and former medical director Dr David Clinton on 10 counts each of criminal neglect. They were the ultimate decision makers. They were ultimately responsible for the deadly decision to consolidate these two units. General Haley says she believes these are the first prosecutions in the country to come from a covert 19 outbreak in a nursing home. Karen Regal W. B Z, Boston's news radio. Now we've received a statement from the Holy Oak Soldiers Home Coalition. They filed this on behalf of family members of the coalition, they say in that statement, Quote. We now want our state to move forward and do the right thing to ensure this never happens again to any other veteran, a statement goes on to say our veterans and senior citizens deserves the greatest respect. And should always receive care with the greatest honor and dignity as is the mission of our state for the soldiers home Alright for a one in Washington today at the U. S. Capitol tributes for an American icon, the body of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg laden states. Dissenters hope That they're writing, not for today. At four tomorrow. This rabbi Lauren Holt's blood speaking at the ceremony today, honoring the life of the esteemed justice, dignitaries filing.

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Boston - Former Holyoke Soldiers’ Home Superintendent, Medical Director Charged In Coronavirus Deaths

WBZ Midday News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Former Holyoke Soldiers’ Home Superintendent, Medical Director Charged In Coronavirus Deaths

"Of the Holyoke Soldiers Home and his medical director are facing criminal charges this afternoon after dozens of veterans and their care died of covert 19 the criminal case, There's a victim in this case there were ultimately 76 Attorney General Mara Healey says a grand jury has indicted former Holyoke soldiers home had been at Walsh and former medical director Dr David Clinton. On 10 counts each of criminal neglect. They were the ultimate decision makers. They were ultimately responsible for the deadly decision to consolidate these two units. General Haley says she believes these are the first prosecutions in the country to come from a covert 19 outbreak in a nursing home. Karen Regal W. B. Z Boston's news radio to

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"10 counts" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"10 counts" Discussed on AP News

"Corona virus Update. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news MINUTE, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey says former Holyoke soldiers Home Superintendent Bennett Watch and former medical director Dr David Clinton are facing charges over their handling of a Corona virus outbreak there that killed 80 people. A grand jury returned indictments against Walsh and Clinton for causing or permitting serious bodily injury or neglect of an elder. During the covert 19 outbreak. Each defendant is facing. 10 counts total. Five counts for the criminal neglect charge in five counts for the serious bodily injury charge. Seeley says it's believed to be the first criminal case in the country brought against a nursing home and officials for actions taken during the pandemic. Governor Rhonda Santa's lifted all restrictions on restaurants and other businesses in Florida today in a move to reopen the state's economy, despite the spread of the Corona virus I made Donahue U. S. District Judge Lucy Coe has ruled the once a decade count of every U. S resident must continue through the end of October, saying a shortened schedule would likely produce an accurate results. Cho heard arguments from attorneys for the Census Bureau and attorneys for civil rights groups and local governments who had sued the bureau, arguing that stopping the senses at the end of September would undercount residents in minority and hard to count communities. The judge said any inaccuracy is caused by a shortened schedule would affect the distribution of federal funding in political representation. I'm my camping House.

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"10 counts" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"10 counts" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Last year after about 20 years on the force, Police chief Daniel Slaughter says there was never any indication of this type of complaint. The owner of ST Petersburg rock climbing gym vertical ventures, was arrested after engaging an inappropriate conversations with who he believed to be a 14 year old girl. We had an undercover officer in a chat situation with Christopher Brown, in which he thought the undercover officer was a 14 year old girl. Yolanda Fernandez with ST Petersburg police as Brown sent pornographic photos to the undercover cop. He faces 10 counts of transmission of material harmful to minors. Florida is a political hot spot, attracting campaigners for both President Trump and Joe Biden in Tampa. Several retired military leaders including retired Army Brigadier General Remo Butler, and retired Air Force Major General Richard Beef, Hadad held a news conference announcing why they support Joe Biden had tells news Channel eight. He's disturbed by comments Trump made about veterans John McCain. He's not a hero. Being shot down. You're not a hero, marking a Gold star family. Telling General Kelly that Lieutenant Robert Kelly was what was in it for him. Both retired generals say President Trump's made many promises to the military that he hasn't kept Meanwhile, anti abortion activist Randall Terry, along with his sons are travelling through swing states, including Florida in support of President Trump. Out of concern that there could be a shortage of poll workers for the November general election. Companies like Old Navy and Target are giving employees a paid day off to work the Poles. Because most poll workers are over 65. Many avoided working to avoid the risk of exposure to the Corona virus. Evan Melrose worked in the polls in Georgia during the primary, and he tells news Channel eight. Because of his help voters were able to avoid waiting in long lines, so the fact that I was.

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"10 counts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"10 counts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The New York Times was McCracken has new novel bowl away. Plus poet Clint Smith Stewart, we will get to all of it. After the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. Are Kelly pleads not guilty in a Chicago courtroom today. The Grammy winning musician responded to all ten counts of sexual abuse. Against him is NPR's calling Dwyer tells us Kelly faces the possibility of up to seven years in jail for each charge or Kelly has been in jail since Friday when he turned himself in on charges of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. Prosecutors say he victimized four individuals three of whom were underage at the time of the alleged incidents. The charges date back to the late nineties. A judge set his bond at one million dollars. And so far he has not managed to make the one hundred thousand dollars bail required for his release. But his attorney has vehemently maintained Kelly's innocence, and he entered not guilty pleas in Chicago courtroom today. The charges are just the latest and perhaps most serious allegations detail the singer for more than two decades questions have circled around his conduct with underage girls. Colin wire NPR news. President Trump in North Korean leader Kim Jong in preparing for their second summit this week this time in Hanoi, Vietnam. The main focus of their talks North Korean denuclearization. Trump appear to temper expectations writing on Twitter that he predicts a quote continuation of progress. Meanwhile, the administration is pledging solidarity with Venezuelans who want ask President, Nicolas Maduro. Vice President Mike Pence is in Bogota Colombia where he's meeting with a regional coalition calling from other does resignation and plans to meet with Venezuela's opposition leader. One guy though, we stand with president one Guido is the legitimate president of Venezuela, and we will keep spending until you're Libertad is restored fences appearance before the Lima grew comes two days after violence erupted as forces loyal to president Mobuto blocked humanitarian aid from crossing into their country from neighboring Columbia at least four people were killed and hundreds more were injured. Criminal Justice advocates are asking President Trump to. Overhaul the clemency process? NPR's Carrie Johnson reports are sending a letter to the White House about pardons. One of the people who signed the letter is Alice Johnson her prison sentence was shortened by President Trump in June twenty eighteen she went on to appear in his state of the union address this year, but Johnson was denied clemency in the Obama years highlighting what advocates call a big problem with the process. Rachel Barco teaches at New York University law school, the idea that the prosecutors who brought the case in the first place should also be in charge of deciding whether there are any mistakes that need to be remedied or changes really doesn't make any sense Barco and others want the pardon function and me moved outside of the Justice department to prevent those conflicts of interest, Carrie Johnson, NPR news, Washington. The Dow Jones industrial average is up one hundred seventy six points more than half a percent at twenty six thousand two hundred eight this is NPR. This is WNYC. I see in New York. I'm Richard Hake. The MTA is pushing for congestion pricing. The plan would pour billions into agency coffers by tolling drivers who enter Manhattan's midtown on. Weekdays WNYC's. Jim O'Grady has more New York City transit president Andy Byford knows that writers and watchdogs are wary of the agency's ability to spend money wisely. So he made this point the state gave us eight hundred thirty six million dollars last year to reverse the subways decline and we've done it in terms of stabilizing the system the subway action plan has done the job that it set out to do according to MTA statistics. Weekday on time performance is significantly up and delays are down. But with an overall on time performance of seventy six percent city subways. Still lag behind other major systems Byford argues New York will catch up if he gets the money from congestion pricing. Governor Cuomo's ordering state police to investigate swastikas found at a queens elementary school playground. The New York City council Jewish caucus says dozens of swastikas were found last week at. ES one thirty nine regal park and in Brooklyn council member KYW am joy says swastikas were also found at a Brighton Beach playground last night. The NYPD is looking into both instance voters head to the polls tomorrow in these special election for New York City public advocate and with so many candidates running for the job. WNYC's bridge Bergen has some advice for voters plan ahead voters would be wise to know where their specific candidate is going to appear on the ballot because they're seventeen names. There are a lot of names there to sort through to find the.

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"10 counts" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"10 counts" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Eight forty W H A S our top story. Prosecutors are saying for the first time that a former MSG driver charged with the murder of PD detective was under the influence of a prescription opioid prosecutor Christie gray said in court today that Roger Bernadette was under the influence of hydrocortisone and the sedative as Pam. The fact that he's making those decisions while he is employed. Driving a semi. I think suggest to the court that not only is it his inability to use good judgment and making decisions, but it suggests an inability to control the use of substances that make him a risk to the public debt was allegedly driving under the influence when his truck crashed into the back of detective deeter maggots cruiser on Christmas Eve. The judge lowered for debts bond from two hundred thousand to sixty five thousand dollars he posted bond, and is now on home incarceration. Police in elizabethtown have named a suspect in a shooting that left two people dead and two others wounded thirty five year old chadron peeler is facing murder and assault charges. He's being held in the harden county detention center without bond is due in court, Monday morning, Cook County, prosecutors just held a press conference detailing ten counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse against R and B singer R Kelly who will appear in court for a bond hearing tomorrow, Cook County state's attorney Kim Faulk says the council involve four separate victims at least. Three of whom are under the age of seventeen for the fourth victim alone. Faulk says a grand jury returned an indictment on three counts. Three counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. Faulk says that charges a class two felony with a sentencing range of three to seven years per count. Though. Kelly could be given probation the charges say the assaults dated back as far as nineteen ninety eight. And as recently as twenty ten Allison keys CBS news. New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft being charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution and Jupiter Florida, the charges stem from an undercover sting operation that involved massage parlors in south Florida. Here's jupiter. Police. Detective Andrew sharp, the video that we obtained.

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"10 counts" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"10 counts" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was organized by the British billionaire Richard Branson, we spoke to him a few hours ago. He said it had whole comes together in just three weeks following a phone call. Bettas Wayne is opposition. An Argentine or humanitarian assistance he said. It was organized in record time. Also said he hoped that the Venezuelan troops nearby. What here the music except white roses, which she said would be given to them tomorrow all a Garin the US singer R Kelly has been charged with ten counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. In Illinois Kelly who denies all. The allegations is expected to appear in court on Saturday netted how Feek reports from New York. Three of the victims were minors at the time of the alleged sexual abuse, which took place between nineteen ninety eight and two thousand ten the state attorney Kim, FOX said the r&b superstar faces a sentence of up to seven years in prison for each count. If he is convicted the charges were announced days after lawyer Michael said he turned over a tape to prosecutors, which allegedly shows are Kelly involved in sexual acts with a fourteen year old girl. The celebrity has faced Alex. Nations that he sexually and mentally abused. Young mostly black women for more than two decades. This is the world news from the BBC a luxury apartment block in the Colombian city of Medellin that belonged to the infamous drug Lord Pablo Escobar, the height of his power three decades ago has been demolished a ceremony was held outside the building the Monaco to honor the victims of the criminal organization. He led the Medine cartel Columbia's president event do que visited the site. He said the controlled explosion marked the end of an era of impunity. United States is accused several senior officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo of involvement in corruption relating to the recent disputed presidential election, it's imposed visa bans on the officials from the electoral commission Africa editor will Ross reports. Putting visa bans on these senior? Congolese officials is the United States way of saying it knows the election was a flawed process. Many observers feel the entire poll was fixed in the new president Felix Tshisekedi, in fact. Far fewer votes in another candidate the opposition's Martin for you. But the international community, including the African Union the US and EU countries felt it would be much too risky to intervene. As a result. The man who stepped down as President Joseph Kabila has remained in an extremely powerful position as head of the coalition with the most parliamentary seats and with a successor who's likely to be compliant. France says a senior Jihadist leader has been killed in the Timbuktu region of Mali, a statement from the French military says Yahya mom found a member of j m I am was killed off the occupants of a vehicle opened fire and French troops responded. The hottest group has carried out a series of deadly attacks on Malaya and foreign troops. The entire management team of the international human rights charity. Amnesty International has offered to resign. After a damning report described a toxic culture of workplace, bullying seven members of Amnesty's leadership team acknowledged that there was a climate of tension and mistrust across the organization. The independent report found evidence of bullying harassment. Sexism and racism the review was prompted by the suicide of to staff Mba's last year..

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Toronto Driver Charged With 10 Counts Of 1st Degree Murder

Mornings On the Mall with Brian Wilson

01:28 min | 3 years ago

Toronto Driver Charged With 10 Counts Of 1st Degree Murder

"The news is sponsored by mercedes benz of arlington as the tennessee restaurant shooting suspect is due in court today investigators say they still have more questions than answers some of the biggest why did the suspect's father give him back the guns that the fbi had seized from him the suspect had many run ins with the law over the past several years including two instances in which he had his guns taken away the first initiated by his father and the second by the fbi after he tried to scale the white house fence last summer in that instance the fbi eventually handed the guns back over to the father who they believe in turn gave them back to the suspect i'm omar jimenez as canadian authorities look for a motive in the toronto van attack yesterday that killed ten people there is one explanation they may have ruled out right now they're not calling this a terror attack they're saying is not a threat to national security there's no indication that there are any other attacks that are in the works and they are not raising the terror threat level correspondent alexander marquardt in this election year in overwhelmingly democratic maryland the state's republican governor remains hugely popular and you've got your college survey out this morning finds that sixty nine percent of marylanders say larry hogan's doing a good job seven democrats are running in the june primary for the chance to take on hogan in the fall but in a head to head contest with prince george's county executive russian baker in this new gouge your college survey hogan right now holds a forty four to thirty one percent lead checking your money the dow open today at twenty four four forty nine the nasdaq at seventy one twenty nine sports sponsored by george washington university hospital.

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