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Caller: Let's Vote For the Worst Mayor
"The left is trying to take control of everything. I mean, I don't know which city is worse Chicago or Oakland. I mean, we can have a vote for who is the worst mayor of Mary Lori Lightfoot's or mayor Lyndon breed. I mean, all these mayors are just ruining this country from gun control to homicide. I mean, I understand that you have all these shooting and what happened. I'm not trying to downplay it or anything like that. And in fact, I should go to prison or death penalty for the rest of his life. But how are we downplaying the 60 plus shootings in Chicago and the 18 people murdered in Chicago? How are we downplaying the more than 15 people murdered over the holiday weekend in Oakland? And all the black on black crime in the shooting that's happening. But hang on, but let me ask you something. Omar, let me ask you a question though. You're right there in the belly of the beast there. You're dealing with it. Let me ask you something. Don't you feel like the recall you got a huge recall effort in these big cities of these Soros funded prosecutors, they're being fired, gascon, all these prosecutors are facing a huge pushback. Don't you feel at least to some extent that the tide is turning? The tide is turning, but at the same time the tide is not turning. When you go outside of when you go outside and walk outside of your house, you see crime everywhere.
Russian missiles kill at least 18 in Ukraine's Odesa region
"Russian missile attacks on residential buildings in the Ukrainian port city of edessa have killed at least 18 people including two children a day after Russian forces withdrew from a strategic Black Sea island Video and still images released by the emergency service of Ukraine So widespread destruction and emergency workers in action Ukrainian news reports say the target of the missile attack was a multi story apartment block and a recreational area Later rescuers inside one of the ruin apartments clear rubble This comes after Russian forces pulled out from snake island on Thursday potentially easing the threat to edessa It was initially thought but Vladimir Putin's forces have kept up their push to encircle the last stronghold of resistance in the eastern province of
Russian forces leave Snake Island, keep up eastern assault
"Russian forces are leaving snake island but keeping up its protracted eastern Ukraine assault Russia's pull back from a Black Sea location where they faced relentless Ukrainian army attacks but is keeping up the push to encircle the last bulwark of Ukraine's resistance in the eastern province of Luhansk While in central Ukraine funerals are being held for some of the 18 people confirm killed by Monday's Russian missile strike on a busy shopping mall in kremenchuk Crews continue to search through the rubble for another 20 people who remain missing I'm Charles De
"18 people" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Shot and 18 people killed. WGN's Eric Wrong Reports. Superintendent David Brown was summoned the city Hall just before the weekend to discuss his strategy for what's become a traditionally violent holiday in Chicago, he said yesterday Chicago police did their jobs. The mayor and superintendent have blamed the court systems for allowing too many violent offenders out on bond. But in a statement, Cook County Chief Judge Timothy Evans points out 94% of murder defendants released pretrial were not charged with any new crime in about 99% were not charged with a new violent offense. The chief judge also says research shows no connection between bail reform and the rising crime. After the police superintendent blamed the courts for the uptick in violence. Cook County State's attorney Kim Foxx responded in an interview here on W. G. N. She tells John Williams she thinks people are sick of that narrative. We don't have time for that. People are dying. We don't have time for false narratives. We have to roll up our sleeves, work with the community to solve these cases and keep our communities a finger pointing and blame gaming and narratives that have been devolved got time for that anymore. Fox says charges have been filed in nine The 4% of the gun cases brought to her office, she says. The problem is a number of people pulling the trigger that aren't being arrested. The mayor of Gary has announced a new public safety ordinance after a beloved former firefighter and Indiana Basketball Hall of Famer or gunned down at a gas station last month. 70 year old Wallace Broadnax was shot and killed by two teenagers who are now facing murder charges. Mayor Jerome Prince explaining businesses. As I said, with the recent history.
"18 people" Discussed on AP News
"To gather remains to allow families to hold proper burials. Jackie Quinn reporting. I'm Rita Foley. This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley. The weather has been getting worse in southern Florida. Tropical Storm Elsa is blowing toward this state. And although the heart of the storm is on track to bypass South Florida rescuers have been feeling some storm effects as they search for the 117 people still missing after the June 24th condo building collapse. The National Hurricane Center's John Cangelosi is following the track of this storm. Looks like it's going to be paralleling the West Coast of Florida today and expected to make landfall either late tonight or during their morning hours on Wednesday, somewhere in that big Bend area of Florida seems to be the best bet to the north of the Tampa Bay area. And it could be close to hurricane strength when it makes landfall farther east at the sight of that collapsed condo building near Miami, officials say the rescuers are not letting the weather or anything else. Stop them. So they do have to pause from time to time. The mayor of Surfside, Florida, Charles Burkett, says crews are able to work more quickly now that the remainder of the Champlain Towers south has been demolished. The equipment is now fully engaged and able to navigate over the entire site, where before they were very limited. Now, the searchers can't get closer to bedroom areas where many of the victims were likely sleeping during the overnight collapsed June 24th Monday, There were lightning storms that lead to pauses is Miami Dade County. Air Daniella Levine, cava, fire smoke and now wind and torrential rain. They are continuing the mission. I'm Jackie Quinn. 28 people are known dead in the condo building collapse. A plane carrying 28 People crashed this morning in Russia. Everybody on board feared dead, the father of an 11 year old boy who died while he was on a boat ride at in Iowa Amusement park. Says his son and others were trapped by the ride seat belts when the boat flipped. This is a P news Newly married a popular TV couple. Here's Our Oscar Wills, Gabriel.
"18 people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Various first responders tasked with keeping an expected record breaking crowd. Safe and happy from Amesbury. Kendall Buell WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Don't do it yourself. Experts are asking people to be hypervigilant of local laws and safety protocols when it comes to fireworks this after a spike last year in deaths and injuries related to firework incidents because of canceled professional shows, the U. S Consumer Product Safety Commission found a 50% increase from 2019 to 2020 with 15,000 people in the ER because of fireworks incidents. 18 people were killed and more than half of those incidents occurred during the Fourth of July weekend. Two of the three suspects wanted in an overnight home invasion in Woonsocket, Rhode Islander in custody that has led to a shelter in place for a while. Over the Massachusetts border and Franklin. The suspects allegedly broke into a home in one socket, holding the residents hostage with guns, duct tape or socket. Police commanders, Thomas Odes, They were tied up with duct tape. Yes, and the they advised just that they were. They were tired of it, actually, at gunpoint by these two individuals who were masked. Had gloves on. Police say no one was hurt that home invasion but cash was stolen. An investigation is continuing. And the search for the third suspect continues as well. 4 38 We head off to Wall Street. Andrew Oh, day is at Bloomberg, where it is definitely winner Winner Chicken dinner day. Yeah, Winner Winner winner If we're going to count up the number of indexes that set new records stock roads across the board. Dow up 153 to a new record. NASDAQ Up 117 to a Record S and P 532 to its seventh record in a row after the Labor Department said today that the U. S economy created a graded them forecast 850,000 jobs. In June. As the economy reawakens demand to get around is rising, and that's putting pressure on uber and lift to recruit more drivers. Right now, the companies are spending millions on perks to entice gig workers and helping keep more drivers on the road but also costing them more. Dow Jones reports uber and lift are considering longer term incentives for drivers including education assistance, gas and insurance, discounts, and Even helped buying new cars. Andrew.
"18 people" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Live from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein, a senior Pentagon official says U. S forces have left the Bagram airbase in Afghanistan. NPR's DEA Hadid reports. The evacuation indicates the U. S is nearing the end of its two decade mission there. The withdrawal from Bagram suggests that American forces are likely to withdraw within days rather than by September 11, the date announced by President Biden in April, Bagram was one of the largest American bases in Afghanistan and the epicenter of the war against the Taliban and the hunt for Al Qaeda. The base has long signal to controls Afghanistan built by the Soviets destroyed by the mujahideen in the nineties and then rebuilt by the Americans, and for now in the hands of the Afghan government. Search and rescue operations have resumed in Surfside, Florida after being suspended for hours yesterday out of fear the remaining building had become unstable. 18 people are confirmed dead. Some 145 are still missing. NPR's Greg Allen reports, officials are studying how to demolish the rest of the building. Rescue workers were pulled from the site early Thursday after electronic monitors indicated part of the standing building was shifting. Structural engineers later determined it was mostly debris moving both in the pile and on the building cruiser back, sifting through and removing rubble from a portion of the site considered safe. Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says engineers are now looking at the buildings demolition..
"18 people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Severe turned to the W I G C Storm desk pre set up by technology recyclers business. Electronic recycling visit tech Dash research. Cyclers. Com 93 wi PC Mobile news on the level on the goal. You can expect some company on the roads were under a partly cloudy sky and at 61 degrees in the Circle City 77 is the high today I'm John Herrick. Here's what's trending at 8 31 about a million Hoosiers expected to drive somewhere for this fourth of July weekend, but a large majority will be staying in Indiana, says Ellen Edmonds, with Triple A and the reason we think people are opting You know to to drive and sort of, Maybe not travel to too far is they're comfortable doing that They are familiar with the state. They know what's around, you know, especially Hoosiers know better than anyone what The best spots are in Indiana, she says Number statewide and nationwide are close to getting back to pre pandemic levels after people didn't do too much traveling in 2020. If you need to fill up your gas tank at any point during your travels, Gasbuddy says, the statewide average for gases 3 11 a gallon. Illinois has prices that are much higher than what you would see. In Indiana. The US military's pulling its troops out of one of its bases in Afghanistan. Foxes Simon Owen U. S forces are understood to have left Bagram airbase. The airfield near Kabul was the epicenter of American military operations in Afghanistan. The handover to Afghan forces is a strong indication the U. S is close to ending its Afghan mission. President Biden says it's time Afghans decided their own future, but they've been stark warnings about the country's security, with Taliban militants making rapid territorial gains. In London. Simon in Fox News. Federal help is being sent to Surfside, Florida near Miami Beach, where a condo recently collapsed, killing 18 people and leaving 145 unaccounted for. I'm happy to announce that today our federal partners of.
"18 people" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"After a visit from President Biden and the first lady ABC Faith of Booby, Isn't Surfside President Biden thanking the crews for their sacrifice. These folks were always showing up, no matter what. Risking their lives. The president and first lady also spending three hours behind closed doors with grieving families and survivors of the collapse before making their way to a makeshift memorial honoring the victims. 18 people are dead 145 still missing America's longest war drawing to a conclusion. After nearly 20 years, the U. S military has left Bagram airfield and handed control over to Afghanistan as part of the troop drawdown. You're listening to ABC News. 5 10 is a time on a Friday morning and we're going to have to traffic. Right now and check in with Mr Brian Nobles. Things are looking pretty good on the freeways around Sacramento. We do have some slowing north on highway 99 right around Dillard Road into Caltrans Road work there they'll be getting some of those guns picked up soon and lanes reopen. If you're headed champion, a 952 to 5 and 5 80 super commuters headed that way. Not a single slowdown inside for you anywhere. You look good on I five all the way to 252. Oh, five is at the limit all the way to the transition to 5 80. It stays at the limit all the way up and over. The Altamont Pass If you get off 55 at Highway 12, that looks good all the way across the Rio Vista Bridge right in the Fairfield Inn onto I 80 if you get off highway, 12 and 1 60, no delays there all the way across the anti Oxbridge all the way to Highway four. Everyday Caltrans workers risked their lives to make our roads safe. There's someone's loved one. Please use expert caution when you drive through a work zone always be work zone alert. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the way Home Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk. Sunny with a high near 95 degrees today. Tonight mostly clear with a low around 60 tomorrow, standing with a high near 94. Then for fourth of July Sunny with a high around 93 degrees.
"18 people" Discussed on AP News
"This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley, The chief financial officer of the Trump Organization, has reportedly surrendered to authorities, and we expect to hear soon about charges that will be filed against him and the company Alan Weiss. Silberg was seen walking into the courthouse in lower Manhattan early this morning with his lawyer. Here's our Jackie Quinn. The charges are expected to alleged tax evasion, including unreported company benefits provided to top executives like cars apart. Comments and school tuition, Trump said this week. The company's actions are standard business practice. The charges against Weisberg and the Trump Organization are the first to arise from the two year investigation, led by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. A Democrat who is leaving office at the end of the year. The Trump Organization says y Solberg is upon in a scorched earth attempt to harm the former president. There's no sign at this point. The former president Trump will be charged in this investigation. A stash of illegal homemade fireworks exploded in South Los Angeles this morning as it was being destroyed by a bomb squad. 17 people injured one man under arrest. President Biden is on his way to Surfside, Florida this morning to comfort the families of the dead and missing a week after that condo building collapsed. 18 people are known dead 145 missing. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine. Cover our community,.
"18 people" Discussed on AP News
"Pressure over the Northwest made worse, they say by human caused climate change. I'm Jacki Quinn. This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley, The chief financial officer of the Trump Organization has reportedly surrendered to authorities, and we expect to hear soon about charges that will be filed against him and the company Alan Weiss. Solberg was seen walking into the courthouse in Lower Manhattan early this morning with his lawyer. Here's our Jackie Quinn. The charges are expected to alleged tax evasion, including unreported company benefits provided to top executives like cars, apartments and school tuition, Trump said this week. The company's actions are standard business practice. The charges against Weisberg and the Trump Organization are the first to arise from the two year investigation, led by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. A Democrat who's leaving office at the end of the Year, the Trump Organization says y Solberg is upon in a scorched earth attempt to harm the former president. There's no sign at this point. The former president Trump will be charged in this investigation. A stash of illegal homemade fireworks exploded in South Los Angeles this morning as it was being destroyed by a bomb squad. 17 people injured one man under arrest. President Biden is on his way to Surfside, Florida this morning to comfort the families of the dead and missing a week after that condo building collapsed. 18 people are known dead 145 missing. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine. Cover our community,.
"18 people" Discussed on AP News
"Several challenges from weather sorrow, pain. And I think that the president coming will bring some unity. Dozens of people remain unaccounted for, and now there are concerns bad weather could hinder the search. I'm Jackie Quinn. There is no indication the former President Trump will be charged. But the Trump organization and its chief financial officer reportedly have been indicted on charges stemming from an investigation into Mr Trump's business dealings. Here's Our micro CIA charges against the company and chief financial officer Alan Wisenberg appeared to win. Involve non monetary benefits. The company gave two top executives, possibly including use of apartments, cars and school tuition. Why Silberg came under scrutiny in part because of questions about his son's use of a trump apartment at little or no cost. Barry Weiss Silberg managed to Trump operated ice rink in Central Park, Bill Cosby's out of prison and back home after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his sex assault conviction. The court said the prosecutor who brought the case was bound by a previous agreement not to charge him. Cosby tweets. He's innocent. A sex assault victims advocate says Shame on the court. A pile of illegal fireworks exploded in south Los Angeles, injuring 17 people. One man is under arrest. This is a P news TV actor has been sentenced to prison in connection with the scandal ridden cult like Group Here's Our Oscar Wills Gabriel Allison Mack played a close friend of a young Superman in the TV series Smallville. But a judge in New York has sentenced her to three years in prison for keeping company with Nexium and the cult like group spiritual leader Keith Ranieri. Mac had pleaded guilty to the charges against her and help prosecutors build evidence showing that Raineri crafted a secret society of brainwashed women who were branded With his initials. After her sentencing, Mac renounced the self improvement guru, saying she is filled with remorse and guilt. That didn't cut it with one victim who told the judge that Mac deserves no mercy because she is quote a monster cut from the same cloth, a predator and an evil human being. I'm Oscar Welles Gabriel. More Americans are buying homes pending sales are up 8% for May. That from the National Association of Realtors. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. The Trump Organization and its chief financial officer, Alan Weiss. Silberg, reportedly have been indicted in New York and will make their first appearance in court today are Jackie Quinn's Got this. The charges are expected to alleged tax evasion, including unreported company benefits provided to top executives like cars, apartments and school tuition. Trump said this week. The company's actions are standard business practice. The charges against Weisberg and the Trump Organization are the first to arise from the two year investigation, led by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. A Democrat who is leaving office at the end of the year. I'm Jackie Quinn. President Biden will be in Florida today, meeting with rescue crews and family members of those still missing in the condo building collapse. 18 people known Dead 145 missing. I'm Rita Foley. A. This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley. Today. Prosecutors in New York are expected to announce the first criminal charges against the Trump Organization and its chief financial officer. Here's our Jackie Quinn. The charges against the Trump Organization and the company's chief financial officer, Alan Weiss. Alberg are sealed, but insiders tell The Associated Press they're expected to involve alleged Tax violations surrounding benefits given to top executives, including possibly the use of apartments, cars and school tuition. The former president blasted the investigation Monday. Trump said the company's actions are standard practice throughout the U. S business community and in no way a crime. I'm Jacki Quinn. President Biden will be in Florida today, meeting with rescue crews and families of the missing in the condo building collapse. 18 people known dead there now 145 missing, Miami Dade Police director Freddy Ramirez says. It's good. The president is coming..
"18 people" Discussed on 710 WOR
"York an I heart radio stations. 75 Sunny at seven o'clock. Good morning. I'm no on laden Manhattan, D a side vents going after former President Trump has reportedly secured an indictment against his company and its chief financial officer, and now the CFO has surrendered. What Message is that sending Two other victims. That's obviously not the right audio, but, uh, that he has surrendered this morning. We'll have more details on that coming up in. Of course, During the course of the morning, his 2018 conviction on sex assault charges was overturned by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Bill Cosby out of prison today, the court did not exonerate Cosby instead ruling he should never have been prosecuted. Because of the deal he made with a former district attorney. That deal came during a civil suit in 2000 and five when allegations were brought against Cosby by Andrea Constand that then district attorney agreed not to prosecute Cosby for any charges related to Constand, persuading him to testify in the case, which allowed Constand to win damages. That's correspondent Mona Cozaar Abdi Eric Adams leads Katherine Garcia by about two points in the Democratic race for mayor. That's the same result as the day before, when the Board of Elections mistakenly included 135,000 test ballots. President Biden travels to southern Florida today. With the death toll at the sight of that collapse. Condo continues to climb. Six more bodies were recovered from the rubble, including two Children. 18 people are now confirmed dead. Right now, officials are keeping a close watch on a tropical system as it turns in the Atlantic. They've also asked for federal help in the event that they need to respond to a storm, although for now one assistant fire chief with the city.
"18 people" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Rescue crews have had to pull 18 people from that river over the past month. Fox 30 one's Jim Hooley for K Away News Radio. The land spout tornado that tore through Weld County Monday is officially being rated as an EF one. The National Weather Service reports that Twister packed sustained winds up to 99 MPH County officials say two homes were destroyed. Three others damaged. Two businesses were also hit, including a feedlot and a dairy. The tornado was apparently on the ground for about a half an hour covering six miles. At the Miller Farms. Monday's Twister took out 300 Ft of a 500 ft field of peas. As the families surveyed the damage. They say not all was lost. This is just amazing that These were 10 ft, away from where the tornado was and We still have them in a Facebook video. You can see thriving pea plants next to rows of the crop that have been decimated a go fund me page has been set up for Miller Farms It took in $3000 in its first three hours. The Colorado Avalanche going to be looking to hold off playoff elimination tomorrow night after 32 overtime loss in Game five of the second round against Vegas. Despite that outcome, head coach Jared Bednar says he loved the way his team played except for some mistakes. Thought we were the aggressors. We were on our toes. We were playing to win the hockey game, We played tire identity. Um, the three goals that they got even the third period. I had no problems with it the only except for the turnovers. I take the blame for loss. I predicted a 31 victory. It's my fault. The AVS head back to Vegas for Game six puck drop at seven p.m.. Tomorrow night. We were all blaming. Yeah, I know in the newsroom today, way to jinx and Marty, let's see if they can get it done on the road all in other news President Biden heads to the UK today for his first overseas trip as president..
Kill the Bill Manchester protest: 18 arrested after protesters block tram lines
"Legislation. Kate Barker has more from London. Police clearing protesters staging a sit in on tram tracks in the city of Manchester, 18. People were arrested. There were also demonstrations in a number of other English cities, including Bath, Brighton and Cambridge. The kill the bill protests as they're called, refer to legislation that would tighten policing of even peaceful demonstrations. But the bill is also a colloquial term for the police in Britain and Earlier protests in the city of Bristol turned ugly, with some police officers injured by a hardline faction. Among the protesters throwing bottles, eggs and rocks for NPR news. I'm Vicki Barker in London. U. S futures contracts to trading lower at this hour. DOW futures contract Down
Myanmar police fire tear gas, rubber bullets at protesters
"There are more protests today on the streets of Myanmar Police in the capital fired tear gas and rubber bullets at demonstrators who were continuing to denounce the country's military for seizing power a month ago. The U. N says at least 18 people were killed in clashes with security forces on Sunday. Me and Mars ousted leader Aung San Souci remains held on multiple charges.
Pro-Democracy Forces Still Fighting After Myanmar Recorded Its Deadliest Day Since Coup
"Today, a day after the U. N said at least 18 people were killed on the deadliest crackdown yet by security forces since last month's military coup. In Hong Kong 47 pro
UN: At least 18 killed by Myanmar forces in several cities
"More than a dozen protesters were killed after security forces in Miramar Open Fire Ravine A Shanda Seanie is a spokeswoman for the U. N Human Rights Office have received credible information suggesting that at least 18 people have died just today due to the use of live ammunition by the military in Myanmar, and this is across several different cities.
UN Human Rights Office says 18 killed in Myanmar crackdown
"The U. N human rights offices say at least 18 people have been killed in a crackdown on protesters by me and Mar authorities. There are reports of gunfire as police are using tear gas and water guns while trying to clear the streets of demonstrators who want to restore their elected government. Again, officials saying At least
Many die, hundreds missing as Himalayan glacier bursts in India
"Officials in northern India are working to rescue more than three dozen power plant workers trapped in a tunnel after part of a Himalayan glacier broke off. And sent a wall of water and debris rushing down the mountainside. The disaster killed at least 18, people left 165, others missing and damaged dams and homes downstream. Experts say the disaster could be linked to global warming is on guard reports. Dot enough rock, water and stones descended in the state of authority on on Sunday, crossing two dams on a number of human settlements and its path. People living along the banks had to be evacuated, but the workers and the dams have not been so lucky. Certain rescue operations are underway, but authorities fear there's to be a mass casualty event. Experts are concerned that seven other glaciers in the Himalayan range could also be melting rapidly raising the threat of floods in the low lying areas. Climate activists blame the catastrophe on human activity. The government is assuring that the threat
Rescuers in India digging for 37 trapped in glacier flood
"Rescuers in northern India working to reach 37 trapped power plant workers part of a Himalayan glacier broke off, unleashing a wall of water and debris that killed at least 18 people and trapped those workers in 2000. Members of the military. Paramilitary groups and police have been taking part in search and rescue operations in the northern state of Uttar canned after Sunday's flood, which destroyed one damn Damaged another on washed away homes downstream. Officials say the focus is now on saving more than three dozen workers who stuck inside a tunnel at one of the affected hijo power plants. Senior official says the tunnel is filled with debris, which has come from a gushing river on machines are being used to clear the way I'm Charles
Parents convicted in 'balloon boy' hoax pardoned by Colorado governor
"Governor Jared Polish, granting a pardon to the parents involved with the 2009 balloon boy hoax. Richard and Miami Hin were among 18 people granted pardons this week. Hoax centered around the couple reporting that the child was in a runaway balloon flying over the Fort Collins area.
Carbon Monoxide Leak Leaves 18 Dead At Coal Mine In Southwest China
"In China Southwest at least 18 people are dead after getting trapped in a coal mine, according to state news they suffered from carbon monoxide poisoning and were among two dozen people who got trapped on Friday. Rescuers continue to search for the others. One miner has been found alive and investigation into what went wrong is
18 displaced by fire at Park Hill Drive apartments, NE of Atlanta
"Time in 24 hours units with the Gainesville Fire Department responded to a fire at the verse. I apartments on Park killed Dr Gaines, who fire division chief Key Smith's as a call about this particular fire came in just before noon. The fire again and building D of the apartment complex, the same building where a fire started on Monday that first fire leaving 18 people without a place to live. An additional 13 people displaced yesterday, the entire building now uninhabitable. No injuries reported in either fire, and still no word. On what started all of it. There's more news it access Wdun. Tis the season for that, unfortunately, to be happening with, you know, candles and Christmas trees, and especially, you have a cold snap like we had. People may be using space heaters and things like that. Yeah, this is the second one appears to have started in the Addict, so I'm wondering and again. This is speculation, not said yet if there were some sparks that got up in the attic. And rekindled. I don't know, but either way, thank goodness. Nobody was hurt. But you've got a lot of people without a place to live, and now they're in temporary housing and It's not fun in
"18 people" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Engineering consultancy. MacDonald. I don't think it's lost on the students avenge 18 people there in our area. I mean, Hurricane Sandy hit us almost a decade ago. We're still feeling the impact today. Reverse climate change will be a challenge. And that means looking at things like we're no wonder Gee, looking at things like solar and wind. First offshore wind projects happen in the Northeast Corridor is in Atlantic City, and you have engaged engineers myself included, who is managing the first offshore wind program in campaign in North America, So we're building offer winter mines. Off the Atlantic Shelf to power. New York City to Power. Atlantic State Power Philadelphia and J T. New Jersey Institute of Technology Learn more at dot edu This is a Bloomberg money minute with purchases of everything from sweat pants to toilet paper set to hit holiday records, companies that order pack and ship goods air moving up seasonal hiring earlier in the year. Shouting pay of 15 to $18 or more in our amazon dot com is using current employees to try and lure new warehouse workers. My name is Christine Pain. I'm an associate. He and Amazon workplace covert safety is key. Yes, devise is giving us an accurate temperature. Many are also raising wages and lowering the bar on education and experience requirements to get people in the door. Jack Graham, senior retail analyst for Gordon, Haskett, research advisor says it's not just Amazon WalMart target are doing very well. We also think the warehouse clubs will do particularly strong. The warehousing and storage industry is one of the few sectors were employment is actually higher than before the pandemic. 1.25 million people were on payrolls in September about 46,000 more than February. Gregg Jarrett Bloomberg radio..
"18 people" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Over violence reported 349 calls to the hotline for the year. But when we looked at the true call data with specific times dates, locations in summaries Our investigation found 260 of those calls were wrong numbers or hang ups. That is 74% of the entire Cole volume piece of our violence was self reporting inflated numbers. But when I learned that Metro was turning around and conveying that same information P O V inflated to the public. I would call that lying and it hasn't stuffed in 2020. For instance, in January before the pandemic Metro reports the hotline served 18 people, but the true call data shows. Only two of those calls were about sexual harassment. As a matter of fact, through August, 2020 we found on Lee 13. Legitimate calls have come in to the hotline. Why was this program renewed every year? And how did it come to be in the first place? Well, What we found might surprise you. Peace over violence. The charity Metro awarded the hotline contracts to is a very well known L, A based nonprofit that's dedicated to stopping violence and harassment against women. L. A County supervisor Sheila Kyul sits on peace over violence is advisory board piece Over Violence is executive director is a woman named Patty Diggins. Higgins is one of Sheila Cules. Best friends and Kyul created her wedding. Higgins is also one of Cules campaign donors donating thousands of dollars to kills race for county supervisor in 2014. And.
"18 people" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Than a million kids attend New York City's public schools. Evan Brown FOX News, Florida governor, Rhonda Santa says he will live the state ban on visiting nursing homes that kept seniors from seeing love. One since March. He says. The recommendation came from a state task force on nursing homes at med in recent weeks, which says no Mohr than two family members should visit at a time and they should wear protective gear, which includes masks. Virus restriction, starting to lose it to the White House. With tour set to resume the office of the first lady says people can start touring the White House again on September 12 visitors over two years old will have to wear face coverings in practice social distancing. Yours will be offered two days a week instead of five on Saturday and Sunday mornings and capacity will be limited to 18%. People will see social distancing dots on the floor and hand sanitizer will be available. Rachel Sutherland's Fox News. Tropical Storm Nana has formed south of Jamaican at the National Hurricane Center says is headed for Central America. The storm now as maximum sustained winds of 50 MPH with higher gusts. Nana is the earliest 14th named Storm on record beating Nate, which forms September 6 2005 only silver. Sarah, and this is Fox News. Wcbm. Baltimore weather radar showing a couple of storms mainly down in Virginia tonight, Southwestern Virginia get the lion's share of the rainfall. It's just mainly dry here. Just a stray shower. 72 agrees and then widely scattered thundershowers. Mid week on Wednesdays are mein Front of a week comes in Wednesday. 88 degrees thundershowers Thursday 90. And then we do enjoy some clear and comfortable weather for Labor Day weekend with fucking highs near 80 and lows down in the sixties. I'm Scott Larrimore, the weather Channel on talk radio. 6 80 Wcbm.
At least 18 arrested in Seattle after a protest is declared a riot
"Protest turned into a riot over the weekend. This time the confrontation happened outside the police union headquarters. Como's Jonathan Chopin's the latest, several officers hurt 18 people arrested and booked into the King County jail. The Seattle Police Officers Guild headquarters the building rioters targeted Thie. King County Attorney's Office says four of those people could be facing felony charges, including property destruction and malicious mischief, and more charges could be on the way. What he say. Protesters refused to leave and started throwing rocks, bottles and and fireworks fireworks at at police police late late Sunday Sunday evening, evening, one one officer officer was was hospitalized. hospitalized. Others Others suffered suffered injuries injuries and and burns. burns. Pepper Pepper spray spray and and blast blast balls balls were were used used to to break break up up the the crowd. crowd. This This anti anti police police protest protest started started in in the the international international district, district, approximately approximately 100 100 people people started started heading heading toward toward the the Seattle Seattle police police officers officers Guilt Guilt headquarters headquarters on on the the 2900 2900 block block of of Fourth Avenue south in the soda neighborhood. That would be a confrontation with police began and was eventually declared a riot. Thie investigation is on going. I think they should go protest where they lived on DH where they work, and they get changed where they are. I don't think that the people that are doing this really Is indicative of
3 officers injured, 18 arrests in Seattle riot
"News center. Seattle Police arrested 18 people last night after a protest march near the officers of the Seattle Police Officers Guild turned violent. Almost Corwin had filed this report from the scene. On Fourth Avenue south in the Soto neighborhood, where shortly after 10 p.m. Last night, a group of about 100 protesters carrying their symbolic black umbrellas approached the guild offices. Police say someone in the crowd set off a large explosive and attempted to break the window of a police vehicle. Next came a police order to disperse. That's when police say some in the crowd threw rocks, bottles and explosives at officers. Police declared the incident a riot. They say several officers were injured, and police have posted photos of officers who suffered burns and abrasions. There were reportedly 18 arrests. Now. The police Officers Guild, of course, is the powerful Labor union representing Seattle officers and sergeants. Spock's leadership has vocally opposed the protest movements, calls to defund the
Illinois Reports 2,190 New Coronavirus Cases
"Of of new new covert covert 19 19 cases cases has has surpassed surpassed 2000 2000 for for the the second second day day in in a a row row more more from from W. W. G. G. M's M's Bob Bob Kessler, Kessler, Public Public health health officials officials Saturday Saturday said said 2190 2190 new new cases cases were were logged during the last 24 hour period. And another 18 people with covert, 19 had died before Friday, when 2084 new cases were reported The last time a confirmed case numbers of past 2000 was May 24th when the state reached 2508 cases. Current positivity rates are below 8%. But in the Metro East area around ST Louis, it is at 7.1%. That 8% threshold can trigger warnings if it's there for three consecutive days. Bob
Chicago - Illinois Reports 2,190 New Coronavirus Cases, Passes 3 Million Tests Performed During Pandemic
"Public health officials Saturday said 2190 new cases were logged during the last 24 hour period. And another 18 people with covert, 19 had died before Friday, when 2084 new cases were reported The last time a confirmed case numbers of past 2000 was May 24th when the state reached 2508 cases. Current positivity rates are below 8%. But in the Metro East area around ST Louis, it is at 7.1%. That 8% threshold can trigger warnings if it's there for three consecutive
18 people killed in aftermath of plane crash on Indian runway
"Have died, 123 injured when a plane skidded off a hilltop runway while landing in a monsoon in the southern Indian state of Kerala today among the dead, both pilots says correspondent Boudicca sued in New Delhi. About 1 44 people are still in different hospitals. About 20 of them remain critical. No fire was reported on the Boeing 7 37 after it landed and broken to pieces. Can he do
"18 people" Discussed on KGO 810
"18 people have died, 123 injured when a plane skidded off a hilltop runway while landing in heavy rain. Today it happened in the southern Indian state of Kerala. The charter flight was carrying Indians who had been stranded abroad because of the Corona virus among the dead, both pilots, says correspondent Vodicka suit in New Delhi about 1 44 people. Are still in different hospitals. About 20 of them remain critical. No fire was reported on the Boeing 7 37 after it landed and broke into two pieces. Can he really do that? President Trump is threatening to sign an executive order extending unemployment benefits and suspending payroll taxes until the end of the year. White House correspondent Jeremy Diamond says there are questions about whether the president has the power is not clear at this point that the president does have That authorities specifically when you're talking about taxing power, which is typically the power of Congress and the president here, talking about suspending the payroll tax that seems unclear, and the White House so far hasn't provided any details on exactly what mechanism the president would used to get that done unilaterally. Two sides are almost a trillion dollars apart in negotiations. They're spent an appeal in the case of a white, former Dallas police officer sentenced to prison for the killing in 2018 of a black man in his own apartment. Correspondent Plate Neville in Dallas, reports a Texas appellate court is being asked to consider a lesser charge. In the case Number Guy you're serving a 10 year prison incidents after being convicted of murder in the shooting death of both Anjan Geiger claims she shot John after mistaking his apartment for her own now her attorneys appealing her conviction, asking for a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide. The claim is that the evidence didn't prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Geiger committed murder the defense team asking for a hearing to.
"18 people" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"At least 18 people have died, 123 injured when a plane skidded off a hilltop runway while landing in heavy rain. Today it happened in the southern Indian state of Kerala. The charter flight was carrying Indians who had been stranded abroad because of the Corona virus among the dead, both pilots, says correspondent Radhika Suit in New Delhi 1 44 people. Are still in different hospitals. About 20 of them remain critical. No fire was reported on the Boeing 7 37 after it landed and broke into two pieces. Can he really do that? President Trump is threatening to sign an executive order extending unemployment benefits and suspending payroll taxes until the end of the year. White House correspondent Jeremy Diamond says there are questions about whether the president has the power is not clear at this point that the president does have That authorities specifically when you're talking about taxing power, which is typically the power of Congress and the president here, talking about suspending the payroll tax that seems unclear, and the White House so far hasn't provided any details on exactly what mechanism the president would used to get that done unilaterally. Two sides are almost a trillion dollars apart in negotiations. They're spent an appeal in the case of a white, former Dallas police officer sentenced to prison for the killing in 2018 of a black man in his own apartment. Correspondent Plate Neville in Dallas reports a Texas appellate court is being asked to consider a lesser charge in the case. Amber Geiger, serving a 10 year prison incidents after being convicted of murder in the shooting death of both Anjan Geiger claims she shot John after mistaking his apartment for her own now her attorneys appealing her conviction, asking for a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide. The claim is that the evidence didn't prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Geiger committed murder the defense team asking for a hearing to prove their case. I'm Christopher Cruz. And sponsored by opened your concepts attention. This is an important message for anyone that has been diagnosed with cancer after being exposed to round up or other weed killers. The Internal Agency for Research on Cancer Ward that overexposure to round up and other weed killers may increase the risk of developing non Hodgkin's lymphoma. Monsanto, the manufacture of roundup may have known that round up another week. Killers were likely linked to organ damage and cancer. This information was hidden from the public has proprietary trade secret since 1981 and Monsanto may have field In all authors. Page Publishing is looking for authors..
"18 people" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Already. So as I say the chaos is across the country write. It is not just in Portland. Chicago is completely chaotic, which drove President Trump say, Listen, if I have to deploy federal agents to Chicago to stop the federal agents to Chicago to stop the chaos. How about Chicago? I read the numbers were many people killed over the weekend. We're looking in Chicago to would you say they need help? After this weekend? You know the numbers. Did you hear the numbers? Many, many shot many, many killed. Many men. I'm not talking about one. Two. Was it? 18 people killed? I think more than that, and you ended up over the summer. This is worse than Afghanistan. By far this is worse than Anything anyone's ever seen. Okay, So Laurie Life of the mayor of Chicago, she immediately starts screaming about this on Twitter says Under no circumstances, why allow Donald Trump's troops to come to Chicago and terrorized residents? Really? What you gonna do? You gonna deploy the Chicago P D to fight off America's federal law enforcement? Yes. Clearly the threat comes from federal law enforcement trying to enforce the law, probably vast, the big issue. Oh, yeah, By the way. Last week, 18 police officers were injured at a Chicago quote unquote protest. The police said that they were outnumbered and unprepared, according to CNN approaching a statue of Christopher Columbus. Some people in the crowd used rocks, fireworks, frozen bottles and other objects to attack officers, according to a statement from the P D. 18 officers were injured. Some were taken to area hospitals, paramedics from further treatment. Some were treated at the scene and a news conference Saturday activist demanded the immediate to funding of the police Department. Oh, yeah, and by the way, literally as Lori Lightfoot, the idiot mayor of Chicago, terrible mayor of Chicago, was talking about how she doesn't want federal law enforcement in our city. At least 16 people were shot in Chicago funeral home. The gunfire, according to breaking 9 11 broke out at the Grand funeral home, located at 10 18 West 79th Street in the city's Auburn Gresham neighborhood, according to CBS to there's some kind of plan ambush outside the funeral home where a memorial service was going on for a homicide victim. Chicago Fire Department reports at least 11 victims taken to the hospital all listed in various condition, so good times over in Chicago. But problem obviously, obviously is President Trump was into the insane statement put out by Nancy Pelosi and representative Earl Blumenauer of Portland, Oregon, as our nation mourns the loss of our colleague and beloved civil rights leader John Lewis there again reminded of the immense power of peaceful protest in the fight against racial injustice and police brutality. This is not Peaceful protest in Portland. They're attempting to burn down the local courthouse every night. They're committing acts of vandalism. They're committing acts of property destruction. They're committing acts of violence. That is not what John Lewis did to defame John Lewis by suggesting that sitting at a segregated lunch counter in protest is the same thing as firing fireworks at a federal courthouse is patently nuts. I have to say the gas lighting that is now being engaged in by Democrats and media is totally wild. So on the one hand, they say, Well, you know, these protests are mostly protest. They're mostly peaceful at home. It's Sarge. It's such mush. As I said before OJ Simpson the night he killed his ex wife, mostly peaceful that night for the hours between sunset and sunrise, mostly peaceful night. It was really like, you know, 45 minute gap right in the middle. I got really not peaceful, but most of the night was peaceful. Like what exactly is that supposed to mean? If you want to say there's a difference between protesters and the writers and looters totally onboard, totally agree, But then you can't just pretend that the writing in the looting doesn't exist or when it does happen. Say that's part of the generalized protest and hope We're not going to notice what you just did right there. You have to separate the two groups or you have to conflict two groups. You do not get to do some, sometimes one and sometimes the other. Whatever floats your boat, according to Nancy Pelosi, she says, time and time again, The Trump Administration shows its lack of respect for the dignity and First Amendment rights of all Americans. Last month, the administration tear gassed peaceful protesters in Washington, D. C. Again, the president should not have had the park service used tear gas to disperse peaceful protesters in Washington Square Park in Lafayette Park. Rather, it is also true that, according to the park service, there were objects being thrown at the police officers at the time, but Here's where it goes crazy. Even think that was bad. That is not the same thing as we're deploying federal officers who are clearly labeled as such to enforce the law when people are violating it. Now, listen to this language from Nancy Pelosi. This is nuts. Videos show them kidnapping protesters in unmarked cars in Portland, all with the goal of inflaming tensions for their own gain. No, they're detaining and arresting suspects that is perfectly legal. Where the civil rights lawsuit seriously. Where are they? Normally, when someone gets detained without any cause whatsoever, and then arrested are going to get what happened. 12 them where all the horror stories from people who are being unjustly rounded up and sent to get Moe, where are they? They don't exist isn't happening. While Portland is the president's current target, any city could be next. Could it could it really you really think that any city is gonna be next? Or maybe it's the city where they've been 54 days running rioting? Maybe it's that one. I'm just out of the blue. I'm just going to say probably that one. We live in a democracy, not a banana republic, says Nancy Pelosi, the leader of the Banana Republic, and we will not tolerate the use of Oregonians. Washingtonians were any other Americans as props in Trump's political games. You know the real props are the American citizenry, law abiding American citizens. Those of the props. Coming up. It turns out they're actual costs to this sort of terrible policy. This rooting for.