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WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on " officers" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"A special education teacher in fairfax county has been arrested, accused of assaulting a student, Amy bonzano, who's 50 years old, is charged with assault, she is a teacher at Marshall high school in falls church, police say a school employee witnessed bonzano, assault in a student in September, and during the investigation into that, another teacher reported they had observed bozzano physically assault that same student about 6 months earlier. Bonzano has now been placed on administrative leave. Keeping everybody safe during the holiday shopping season is the goal as D.C. police add more officers on the streets. You can really feel the holiday spirit throughout D.C.. In D.C. police chief Robert Conti wants everyone to stay in the spirit this holiday season, standing outside a store along barracks row in southeast, he said extra

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Fresh update on " officers" discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

00:39 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on " officers" discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Are investigating a pair of separate overnight shootings on the west and south sides that left four people dead and a 5th person critically wounded investigators say two men were shot Chester for one this morning near 87th in halsted and the auburn Gresham neighborhood they both were taking a little company of Mary hospital and Oklahoma where they died. Meantime, about two hours earlier in the Austin neighborhood, two men killed there, a woman critically wounded in a drive by shooting on Cicero near Adams, no one in custody in either shooting. The world county sheriff's office has released more information about the stabbings of a man and a woman on Thursday in cre township, a 36 year old man stabbed his 66 year old mother in law and his 68 year old father in law several times at a home in what police call a domestic dispute. Police say the son in law was upset about his pending divorce, as well as having to report to jail this week to serve a sentence for an earlier domestic violence incident against his wife. Officials say the mother in law has been released from a hospital after receiving medical treatment, while the father in law and the offending son in law remain in critical condition. Roger plummer, one O 5 9. Walker Shawn and suburban Milwaukee holding its annual Christmas parade tomorrow, the first, since 6 people were killed when a man drove his SUV through the crowd at last year's parade, the parade coordinator is Janelle Andrews, she says several steps have been taken to increase security. Here's past it was more of a one way parade route. Now it's going to be more of a loop, which will help the police and the fire department, the department of public works. Keep it contained and help with blocking off the streets so that all the spectators and participants can be more insured that they're safe. Andrew says the parade was also moved from before Thanksgiving to after the holiday when fewer officers take time off. She says this year's parade proves that tradition can overcome tragedy in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Well, Chicago's Christmas ship returns to navy pier this morning at 8 30 at C 23rd year of

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"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

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03:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

"That we will be able to prevail and to keep Russia out of Ukraine. We are on the way. This is coming and I'll be will be our joint leadership. Victory of all peace law in nations across the world. Ukrainian police officers and TV and radio broadcasts are returning to her son after the withdrawal of Russian troops 200 officers are now on duty, but the situation in the city is being described as a humanitarian catastrophe in residence, or said to desperately need medicine, water, and food. Pet stores and breeders are continuing their fight against a state's ban on puppy mills, Maryland allows cats and dogs to be sold only by their owners or breeders, but pet stores in the state along with breeders and brokers are suing Maryland, saying the law is unconstitutional. This is CBS News. This hour's newscast is presented by rocket mortgage. Need to know what it takes for a home loan to fit your budget and your family, rocket can. Two O three on Sunday morning, November 13th, 2022 feels like 38° with that wind out of the north down to around 40 by sunrise. Hello there, I'm Ian Crawford, the top local story we're following at this hour a 13 year old boy was raking leaves in the front yard of his prince George's county home when he was shot on Tuesday. Friday, that team, Jay's agnew, died. Neighbors described hearing 5 to 7 gunshots one nearby resident added that he saw a car speed away from the scene. The prince George's county state's attorney's office released a statement concerning agnew's death saying as police continue to investigate and to identify a suspect or suspects at least ayesha brave boy adding the violence still must stop. Bridge George's county police do not believe agnew was the intended target, no suspects have been named yet. Maryland education officials get feedback on a new blueprint for education in the state. Sandy kozell reports they got an earful during a virtual public hearing this week. Four advisory committees are expected to offer recommendations to delete or tweak policies in Maryland's 180 page blueprint for education plan before a board votes on a final draft by December. 41 people who testified virtually last week found some items missing. Marilyn matters reports that cultural competency collaboration and fidelity were some phrases that educators advocates parents and community leaders mentioned. Board chair Ike Leggett reminded all that the plan is now just a draft and they're working to make it more efficient and effective. News. Two O 5 in prince George's county, a new school boundary plan to help address overcrowding his approved, the details now from WTO Melissa Howell. The new plan will change where some students go to school beginning next year. The school board passed the proposal Thursday, Isaac J Gordon middle school, and Potomac landing elementary will close, moving all students into a new kindergarten through 8th grade building next school year. Concorde and pointer ridge elementary schools are expected to close in the 2024 school year. It removes several of our aging buildings from our current inventory, CEO Monica goldson, reduces the number of temporary classrooms, and lastly, it'll finally allows us to align the 6th grade with middle schools, which we have been trying to do for more than ten years. As the learner family exports the possibility of selling the Washington Nationals baseball team fans are looking to the future and to rebuilding the team. Outside

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"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:10 min | 2 weeks ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

"Of the Senate race in Nevada. She is projected to beat the Republican challenger Adam laxalt with this win. The Democrats would have 50 seats and retain control of the Senate given vice president of Kamala Harris has the tie breaking vote that have had a race taking on added importance after the Democrat senator Mark Kelly was declared the winner of his reelection campaign in Arizona yesterday. Meanwhile, Republicans are closing in on controlling the house. The FAA saying two planes collided at an air show in Dallas, the condition of the pilot still not known happened at the air force wings over Dallas show at the Dallas executive airport, one of the planes was a B-17 flying fortress. The other a bell P 63 king cobra at happened around one 20 this afternoon, still not known how many people were on board, the national transportation safety board is set to arrive at the crash scene in Dallas tomorrow. Former president Donald Trump going to court trying to block a subpoena. It is from the congressional committee that is investigating the capital insurrection. Former president Donald Trump is suing the House select committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol. His lawyer telling a federal court in South Florida that Congress can not compel a president to testify. The filing comes just days before the Monday deadline set by the committee for Trump to appear. The panel in its last televised hearing voted to subpoena Trump labeling him a central player in the effort to overturn the 2020 election. The suit is seen as another delaying tactic by Trump given the committee is likely to disband at the end of the legislative session in January. Trump is also expected to announce another run for The White House sometime in the coming week. I'm Tim McGuire. President Biden today focusing on North Korea comes as he continues his discussion with fellow leaders in Cambodia. The president concludes his talks here in Cambodia meeting with the leaders of Japan and South Korea. The White House says they will discuss recent North Korean provocations, including missiles that have flown over Japan. The north is also feared to be preparing its 7th nuclear test. Mister Biden will raise the issue with China's president as they meet Monday on the sidelines of the G 20 summit in Bali Indonesia. Authorities excuse me, authorities saying the Ukrainian police officers and a TV radio broadcaster are now returning to the southern city of kirsan. It follows the withdrawal of Russian troops, chief of the national police of Ukraine saying 200 officers were working in the city, setting up checkpoints and documenting evidence of possible war crimes. He says police teams also working to ID and neutralize unexploded ordinance, national TV and radio broadcast there have resumed. Who is real and who was fake. It is a question more and more Twitter users are asking these days ever since Elon Musk took over the social media company. It's unbelievable that this is even happening. The problem is all about those blue check marks by people's names that used to indicate that someone was a real person on Twitter under Musk's new policy that allows people to simply purchase a checkmark though, the whole system is a mess and fake accounts are buying check marks to look real. We're seeing this happen all over the place. CNET editor at large, Ian sure says Musk's other company Tesla has even fallen victim. There are people who've actually bought accounts, paid the $8 to Twitter to be able to get a verified check mark. And then pretended to be Tesla and said stuff like they're going to recall all their cars. Nick all in LA. Meanwhile, industry experts providing suggestions for alternative social media sites follows all that upheaval upheaval at Twitter after Elon Musk took over. As Elon Musk takes dramatic steps to overhaul Twitter, prompting many subscribers to exit, Mastodon has emerged as a FrontRunner among those ready to fly away from the Bluebird platform. They're not tweets on Mastodon. There are toots, and it operates as a decentralized social network made up of independent servers that are able to connect. Clubhouse is another. It's an audio only app that lets you start or listen in on conversations about things like tech, pro sports, parenting, and black literature, tumblr, and medium are also options. And also note that Gabor Shelley, a Twitter

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How the Left Hurt Military Service

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01:19 min | Last month

How the Left Hurt Military Service

"The army's troubles are acute but not unique the air force barely hit its numbers for 2022, the navy met its targets for enlisted sailors, but came up short about 200 officers. Both the navy and air force had to dip into delayed entry. Pools of recruits usually kept in a holding pattern for later, which means the services will start a new recruiting year in an even tougher position. The numbers are worse in the reserves. Several factors are contributing to the shortfall. Fewer than one quarter of Americans ages 17 to 24 are eligible to serve and the reasons for disqualifications include obesity addiction and criminal history. Wow. I don't know if you got that. You probably didn't. Because you heard one quarter. But its fewer than one quarter are qualified. Fewer than one quarter of Americans 17 to 24 are eligible to serve. Three quarters of Americans ages 17 to 24 are not eligible because of their obesity, addiction, and or criminal history.

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"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

"Happened this morning and police are now looking for the gunman. D.C. police say two young men were shot near the idea of public charter school in dean wood at 45th and Lee streets northeast. Here's D.C. police chief Robert Conti. There was an altercation that occurred just outside of the school between these three students. One of those students produced a firearm, firing and two students were struck as a result who were involved in this altercation. Conti says that student of 15 year old has been arrested. Police say one was shot in the stomach the other in the arm. We have no update on their conditions. The school's website says the school remains on lockdown and everyone in the building is safe. There will be a staggered dismissal once police give the school clearance. Now, officers are also involved in investigating a second shooting. This one at 46 in Alabama street southeast, where another teenager was shot in the chest. Chief Conte says that teen is in stable condition and they are still looking for a suspect in that shooting. Stay with WTO and WTO dot com for much more on these stories in the minutes ahead. Under Virginia law, police need to notify a public school system if a school employee is arrested for certain offenses. But one lawmaker says that doesn't go far enough. Sure, police can notify a school system, but under current law, the school system isn't required to verify that it received the notification, delegate Vivian watts tells WTO, lawmakers may try to change that. If they haven't received it, unfortunately, it doesn't do the purpose of that immediate notification. It follows the discovery that a fairfax county public schools counselor remained on the job after being convicted of soliciting a minor for prostitution because police attempts to reach the superintendent were sent to email addresses that didn't work. It's just really regrettable that this series of events occurred. Nick I Nelly WTO news. We are awaiting more information this hour about an attempted kidnapping of a teenage girl in Reston last night. Fairfax county police will be holding a news conference. They're investigating whether it's related to other attacks on the nearby Washington and old dominion trail. Police say a man tried to grab the girl as she was walking on old Reston avenue at about 8 p.m. last night, but she managed to run away. This incident follows two similar reports. It's reported attacks a few miles away on the same trail last Friday. One woman reported a man with no pants, grabbed her around the waist from behind. She was able to get away, herndon police reported a similar incident later that day. Keep it here, we'll have the very latest as we get more developments. A year after coming out of retirement to become U.S. capitol police chief. Tom manger says improvements have been made, but more changes are needed. The former police chief of fairfax and Montgomery counties who took the helm of capital police last July says officers are better able to respond to threats today compared to last year, and intelligence handling is better. Not only are we gathering information much better than we did, but we're disseminating it the way it should be disseminated. Unfinished businesses staffing with capitol police about 200 officers below the authorized level, and the chief who introduced body worn cameras in Montgomery county hopes to start a pilot program on Capitol Hill. This will just show the community just how challenging this job can be and how good

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"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:05 min | 3 months ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

"Ten O three, welcome to Wednesday, August 31st, 2022, what a beauty here today, sunny and breezy. We've got 74° right now as we stretch into the mid 80s today. Good morning, I'm Deborah Feinstein. And I'm Mark Lewis with the top local stories we're following this hour. We've learned this morning that Maryland's attorney general could appeal a decision for a beltway sniper Lee Boyd Malvo to be re sentenced. Last week, the Maryland Court of Appeals ruled that malvo should get a new sentence since he was a juvenile at the time of the shootings. It's a story you're hearing first on WTO. Maryland attorney general Brian frost is considering asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review the order by Maryland's highest court, but a spokesperson tells WTO P no decisions been made yet. Friday, Maryland's Court of Appeals ruled Lee mount must be resentenced for his 6 Maryland convictions. Virginia prosecutors made their case to the Supreme Court for the constitutionality of four life sentences without the possibility of parole, but Virginia's case was dismissed after then governor Ralph northam signed a new law creating the possibility of parole for juvenile offenders serving 20 years to life. Neil Logan stained news. The other beltway sniper John Muhammad was executed in 2009, ten people were killed in those attacks, which happened nearly 20 years ago. Under Virginia law, police need to notify a public school system if a school employees arrested for certain offenses. But one local lawmaker says that doesn't go far enough. Sure, police can notify a school system, but under current law, the school system isn't required to verify that it received the notification, delegate Vivian watts tells WTO, lawmakers may try to change that. If they haven't received it, unfortunately, it doesn't do the purpose of that immediate notification. It follows the discovery that a fairfax county public schools counselor remained on the job after being convicted of soliciting a minor for prostitution because police attempts to reach the superintendent were sent to email addresses that didn't work. It's just really regrettable that this series of events occurred. Nick I Nelly doubled news. In Arlington teenager, out for a run last weekend, was stabbed in seriously hurt. Now he's asking for help in finding the attacker. 17 year old max was running the custis trail Saturday night when a man lunged at him and stabbed him in the side. You just had this really angry kind of hateful look on his face. Initially, max didn't realize he'd been stabbed. I didn't feel anything at first, which was just kind of crazy. But he knew he needed to run. When I was running away and I actually looked down and saw my hand and was covered in blood. The knife went through his spleen into his diaphragm, luckily he is doing well, but he wants to make sure the man who stabbed him doesn't attack anyone else. He's asking those who live near the custis trail in Washington boulevard to check your cameras Saturday night to see if you have a picture of his attacker for police. Michelle Morello, WTO P news. A year after coming out of retirement to become U.S. capitol police chief, Tom manger says there have been improvements, but more changes are needed. The former police chief of fairfax in Montgomery county who took the helm of capital police last July says officers are better able to respond to threats today compared to last year. And intelligence handling is better. Not only are we gathering information much better than we did, but we're disseminating it the way it should be disseminated. Unfinished businesses staffing with capitol police about 200 officers below the authorized level, and the chief who introduced body worn cameras in Montgomery county hopes to start a pilot program on Capitol Hill. This will just show the community just how challenging this job can be and how good my cops are at doing it. Particularly on WTO P news. Stay with us coming up on WTO after traffic and weather. What MS 13 called rent payments was really extortions. I'm John dome and it's ten O 7

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"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:07 min | 3 months ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

"To you by long fence, save 15% on long fence deck's pavers and fences. Go to long fence dot com today and schedule your free and home estimate. 6 12 here in two water main breaks in Montgomery county have left 200 customers with no water this morning. The first break happened around 6 last night on copper road and Gaithersburg, the second one, on the same road, but in Germantown, a spokesperson with wssc, water tells WTO that most customers are impacted only by the first break. The agency expects to have water service restored by noon. Thunderstorms that swept through the region yesterday were pretty severe in some spots. Near Winchester, Virginia, the storms toppled 25 electric poles and left about 4000 rappahannock electric cooperative customers without power. Police in Frederick county, Virginia, have also closed several streets until crews get the poles and downed wires replaced, each pole can take several hours to fix. A cooling shelter was opened at the Greenwood volunteer fire building, the power company expects to have everyone's service restored in the area by later today. A year after coming out of retirement had become U.S. capitol police chief, Tom manger says improvements have been made but more changes are needed. The former police chief of fairfax and Montgomery counties who took the helm of capital police last July says officers are better able to respond to threats today compared to last year, and intelligence handling is better. Not only are we gathering information much better than we did, but we're disseminating it the way it should be disseminated. Unfinished businesses staffing with capitol police about 200 officers below the authorized level, and the chief who introduced body worn cameras in Montgomery county hopes to start a pilot program on Capitol Hill. This will just show the community just how challenging this job can be and how good my cops are at doing it. Particularly on WTO P news. Coming up, remembering Princess Diana 25 years after her death, 6 13. Kansas City state company, another American Eagle dot com success story, started in 1932 as a family owned butcher shop today, they're a leading distributor

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"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:31 min | 3 months ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

"4500 customers without electricity, will keep you updated on that restoration process. A year after coming out of retirement to become U.S. capitol police chief, Tom manger says improvements have been made, but more changes are needed. The former police chief of fairfax and Montgomery county who took the helm of capital police last July says officers are better able to respond to threats today compared to last year, and intelligence handling is better. Not only are we gathering information much better than we did, but we're disseminating it the way it should be disseminated. Unfinished businesses staffing with capitol police about 200 officers below the authorized level, and the chief who introduced body worn cameras in Montgomery county hopes to start a pilot program on Capitol Hill. This will just show the community just how challenging this job can be and how good my cops are at doing it. Particularly on WTO P news. An internal investigation has found an Anna rundle county police captain sexually harassed a subordinate officer over a decade. Captain Jeffrey silverman, who is married, is also accused of having sex with a civilian while on duty. The documents detailing the investigation were obtained by the capital gazette and the Baltimore sun, the 50 year old denies any wrongdoing while on duty and says his retirement in December had nothing to do with the investigation. We're now learning about a federal investigation into the late mayor of hyattsville, the case first reported by WTO's news partner NBC four involves accusations that Kevin ward stole millions of dollars from the D.C. charter schools where he worked as the head of technology, ward died by suicide in January. The company running kip D.C. charter school says ward stole money intended for student technology devices and services during the COVID lockdown, while acting as its head of technology, documents filed in federal court show the kit paid $2.2 million to fake companies set up by war to buy tablets, Chromebooks, and support services that never were delivered. The ruse lasted 18 months. Meanwhile, the fed say ward bought with the proceeds, ten vehicles at sports memorabilia and property, including a cabin in West Virginia. For seeking WTO P news, a former leader of Howard county public schools has died, Michael Hickey, who served as school superintendent for 16 years up until 2000 passed away Sunday at age 84. After leaving the school system, he became a professor and director of the center for leadership and education at Towson university until he retired from there in 2018 in a statement Howard county executive Calvin ball says he's deeply saddened to learn of hickeys passing, ball says Hickey was a national authority in public education leadership, a gifted leader and a wonderful human being devoted to helping improve underserved populations and inner city school systems. Coming up after traffic and weather, NASA is going to try again this weekend to launch Artemis one will get the latest on the mission from WTO's space contributor Greg redfern. It's 1107. Here's a highlight from Bill Wright, the senior director for North American government affairs at Splunk on the zero trust cyber exchange presented by Keras off. Whatever threats we face data will really be the primary source for countering it. So the key is finding the right data, having the tools to understand what that data is in fact trying to tell you. And then having the ability to

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WTOP

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

"Developments involving the investigation into the January 6th attack on the capitol Joining us live from Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller Mitch first we have former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows now saying he will not cooperate with the January 6th House select committee What's going on here Well Meadows had been scheduled to provide a deposition on Wednesday but his attorney charges that the committee isn't doing enough to respect claims of executive privilege by his former boss made by former president Trump which could potentially impact Meadows And now the chair of the committee congressman Benny Thompson says the panel will wait to see if Meadows fails to show up for that deposition If that happens he says it's possible Meadows could be held in contempt of Congress something that's potentially hanging over the head of former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark and which has been filed against former Trump adviser Steve Bannon Well speaking of Steve Bannon there was a hearing for him today Mitch his trial dataset for next summer How could that affect the committee's investigation Well Hillary this is a mixed result for the committee on the one hand it's shown that failing to answer its subpoena can lead to a rare contempt of Congress charge against Bannon On the other hand a former Trump official is again potentially running out the clock on the court system While Bannon wanted his case pushed back to next fall that trial that starts next summer doesn't really help the committee which wants to wrap up its investigation earlier It should be noted however that the committee has actually received testimony from hundreds of witnesses and thousands of documents including phone records committee members have indicated they're making significant progress as they try to piece together how the insurrection came about Also today we have the capital police inspector general telling Congress a lot of officers have left the department since January 6th Inspector general Michael Bolton told the Senate rules committee that close to 200 officers have left the force since the attack which left at least 140 officers injured many of them seriously the department later clarified that the number who have left since the start of the year has been closer to 130 still That's a significant number and the attack is clearly hurt the department as well as its morale On the positive side the inspector general says training has improved along with intelligence briefings which are now given to rank and file officers but he also says there's still a lot of work to do to make sure nothing like this ever happens again Make sure you're hanging around the halls of Congress every day What's happening with lawmakers on this issue What do they say about it You know there is some frustration I think with a lot of lawmakers that they can't quite get to exactly what they want in connection with what was going on in the former White House with former president Trump On the other hand I think this committee does feel that they are making a lot of headway in connection with many of these things that you don't see behind the scenes A lot of this documentation coming out In fact part of the reason Mark Meadows attorney said that they were not going to appear at the deposition is because a lot of phone records were actually collected in connection with Meadows So a lot of things going on that a lot of people don't necessarily see But there is a little bit of frustration that more is not being done in terms of getting actual cooperation from some of these witnesses All right Mitch thanks much You bet Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller 6 14 Whether you run your local bookstore or the neighborhood boutique that.

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WTOP

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

"We have the enforcement supervision of offenders and of course, all that we are doing to give people opportunity. But she also points the finger at the police hiring freeze put in place by the council last year. Disagree with the notion that we need the police that we need or that having a year. Um, no hiring was was bad for the city. But she said she is pleased The council's approved her request for hiring 200 officers in the upcoming fiscal year. And while she doesn't believe it will completely make up for a year of no hiring, she does hope it will help Michelle Morello w T O P News about 175 George Washington University students have been temporarily moved to hotels because of possible mold in Trinity and sorority housing. In an email sent out to those students, school officials say some residents in town House Road units on 23rd Street reported what they believed was visible mode in their units after inspecting the unit, George Washington safety and Facilities division. Found evidence of water infiltration, prompting officials to move students into nearby hotels. Workers will now figure out where the water is coming from and how to fix the issue in the school is unsure of how long repairs will take. But they anticipate at least 2 to 3 weeks. They are planning a virtual meeting for residents and their families for this Wednesday. Keisha James w. T o P. News It's 405 the legal challenge to Loudon County. Public schools. New Transgender Start student policy. Lives. The loud and Times Mirror reports at county Circuit Judge has accepted an amended lawsuit that asked the judge to suspend the policy immediately to more teachers have been added to the suit, which was first filed on behalf of the elementary school gym teacher Tanner Cross. He was suspended after publicly criticizing what was then a proposed policy. In June, a separate judge ruled across Should be reinstated but now amended suit claims that complying with the school board's policy would force the teachers to communicate a message they believe is false. No comment so far from the school system. Continued reports of positive positive covid 19 tests in Montgomery County. Public schools have parents asking for information that they say they're not getting from the school system's dashboard. Several parents who said they didn't want to be recorded say they are concerned about covid 19 and crowding on Montgomery County school buses where it's standing room only and in hallways in school cafeterias where students are at times. Packed in as of Friday, more than 1000 students and staff were already in quarantine. Katherine Miller has two daughters that clear Spring Elementary in Damascus. They are extremely nervous. We double mask at school. To help with that. I give them antibacterial soap that they have wet wipes they can use to wipe down their tables and help with anxiety. The Board of Education meets Thursday and there will be a discussion on the opening of schools. Kate Ryan. W T o P NEWS coming up a date is now set to take down Richmond's Robert E. Lee statue. I'm Ken Duffy traffic and weather next. It's 407. Why is Inova Schar Cancer Institute,.

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WTOP

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

"Sure that we have the enforcement supervision of offenders. And of course, all that we are doing to give people opportunity. But she also points the finger at the police hiring freeze put in place by the council last year. I don't Disagree with the notion that we need the police that we need or that having a year. Um, no hiring was was bad for the city. But she said she is pleased The council's approved her request for hiring 200 officers in the upcoming fiscal year. And while she doesn't believe it will completely make up for a year of no hiring, she does hope it will help Michelle Morello w T o P News. About 175 George Washington University students have been temporarily moved to hotels because of possible mold in fraternity and sorority housing, where they were staying. In an email sent out to those students. School officials say some residents in town House road units on 23rd Street Reported what they believed was visible mode in their units. After inspecting the unit to George Washington Safety and Facilities division found evidence of water infiltration, prompting officials to move students into nearby hotels. Workers will now figure out where the water is coming from and how to fix the issue in the school is unsure of how long repairs will take. But they anticipated least 2 to 3 weeks they are planning a virtual meeting for residents and their families for this Wednesday. Keisha James. W. T o P. NEWS it's five minutes past two o'clock. The legal challenge to Loudon County Public schools. New transgender policy. Student policy lives. The Loudon Times Mirror Report, a County Circuit court judge has accepted an amended lawsuit that's asking the judge to suspend the policy immediately to more teachers have been added to the suit, which was first filed on behalf of elementary school gym teacher Tanner Cross. He was suspended after publicly criticizing what was then. Proposed policy. In June, A separate judge ruled that cross should be reinstated but now amended suit claims that complying with the school board's policy would force the teachers to communicate a message they believe is false. No comment so far from the school system. Continued reports of positive covid 19 tests in Montgomery County. Public schools have parents. They're asking for information that they say they're not getting from the school system's dashboard. Several parents who said they didn't want to be recorded say they are concerned about covid 19 and crowding on Montgomery County school buses where it's standing room only and in hallways in school cafeterias where students are at times. Packed in as of Friday, more than 1000. Students and staff were already in quarantine. Katherine Miller has two daughters, It clear Spring Elementary in Damascus. They are extremely nervous. We double mask at school. To help with that. I give them antibacterial soap. They have wet wipes they can use to wipe down their tables and help with anxiety. The Board of Education meets Thursday and there will be a discussion on the opening of schools. Kate Ryan. W T o P News coming up after traffic and weather. A date is now set to take down Richmond's Robert E. Lee statue on Ken Duffy, the beauty o P at 207. Here's Matthew Marsden, the vice president of technical account management for federal at Taney, Um, on the discussion zero Trust in the era of endpoints sponsored by Itanium. Not only do we need to know about the hardware involved, but we need to know the user and we need to know that the data that's on that device so being able to make those types of real time decisions as to how you're going to allow Management access and how you're going to allow access to resources is really critical. Listen to the entire panel discussion on federal news Network search. Taney, um, never trust always verify..

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"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WTOP

"Berlant says the battle isn't over. It's going to take a long time for us to ensure that Every hotspot is out that we have full strong containment lines that we know even if a weather event comes in that it brings win that we'll be able to hold the fire within his perimeter. They're still in recovery mode in New Jersey. More than five days after getting slammed with the remnants of hurricane item, Governor Murphy toured the flood damage in Lambertville. Teamwork and community activism is overwhelming. It will get back in its feet. We will stay within until it does, it will be overnight. Unfortunately, there's a lot of damage here. President Biden visits New York and New Jersey. Tomorrow. The death toll in the Northeast stands at 51 headed home from a Labor Day weekend away Some advice from CBS Earl Barnett as this weekend winds down many wondering right now, when is the best time to drive home? While one traffic data company has a few suggestions, it says on Tuesday, it's better to wait until late evening after nine PM Try and avoid traveling, they say between two PM and nine PM Stock market Close this Labor Day holiday. This is CBS News. Fever is the key symptom for both the flu and covid. The extra Jin temporal scanner is essential to detect fevers early and reliably learn more at extra jin dot com. Good afternoon. I'm Sandy Kozel 82 degrees on September six or the top local stories we're following this hour. Weekend of violence in D. C is seven people are shot in two incidents over the weekend. Six people were shot Saturday night near seventh and Longfellow Streets in Brightwood Park, three died. The other three are in the hospital. Sunday afternoon, a pregnant woman was shot on Eastern Avenue. She's also being treated in the hospital, The mayor says. The uptick we're seeing is something many large cities are struggling with D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says they're trying to attack the problem from all sides and angles and a big one is making sure we have the officers we need on the streets to battle crime. Our offices are out there doing a hard job, but we need all aspects of our system to allow them to do their jobs. She also believes the police hiring freeze put in place by the council last year was bad for the city, but she's hoped Looking ahead. I am pleased that the council did approve my request for 200 officer hiring and the upcoming fiscal.

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"200 officers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Audie Cornish in Washington and I'm Ailsa Chang in Los Angeles. Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd has received his sentence read here by Judge Peter Cahill. A sentence for Count one. The court commits you to the custody the commissioner of Corrections for a period of 270 months. That's 270 Shoven sentence of 270 months works out to 22 a half years. That's 10 years beyond the minimum required by sentencing guidelines and short of the 30 years the prosecution had originally requested And under Minnesota law, Shoven could be considered for parole after serving two thirds of that time. Andrea Jenkins is vice president of the Minneapolis City Council. She represents Ward eight. George Floyd was killed. Andrew Jenkins joins us now welcome Thank you. So how satisfied are you with the sentence of 22 a half years for Derek Chauvin? Right. Well, you know, First of all I do want to just acknowledge and, um, offer my condolences to the Floyd family. Um, certainly to his young daughter, Johnny, Um and really just think, Darnell A Fraser for her bravery and courage and shooting the video and then standing up and testifying. Today. I am. I'm sad. I'm torn. I'm disappointed, Conflicted. But but also determined, um, to continue to fight for justice and fairness and equality and equity. And, you know, while the sentence wasn't everything that I think a lot of people hope for certainly the the Floyd family. I do think it was, um It is substantial. I mean, 22 a half years and penitentiary is certainly a Substantial sentence for for anybody to to reflect and to, um, you know. To pay for their for their transgressions. Mask. Have you been hoping personally for the maximum sentence of 30 years? You know, I was hoping for a fair and, um and and just, um, sentence. Um and I think a 30 year sentence would have been appropriate or The level of humanity that was shown, uh um in that nine minutes and 48 2nd video that the world watched. Have you been in touch with George Floyd's family today? After the sentencing was announced, if you have, can you tell us anything about how they're feeling right now? Well, I have not had an opportunity to speak with them. Previously to the Um um, sentenced today, but I do anticipate. Um, uh, scene shortly, Um But, you know, I I think there is, um some relief to the, um Said the closure of this, uh, sentence. Uh, I think you know, I certainly think that the prosecutor Attorney General Ellison, um, had prepared the family for a range of possibilities. And so, um, while I know that they are disappointed, um In in the sentence in that it did not, um, reach the maximum, but it certainly is beyond What some may call a slap on the wrist or a, you know, probation or a 10 year sentence, which was the minimum that could have been offered. And, uh, this sentence goals. Um, well beyond that. Minnesota Public Radio noted today that Shelvin is the first white officer in Minnesota to face prison time for the killing of a black man. I'm wondering, Does his conviction and sentencing 22 a half years feel like a unique exception to you when it comes to cases of police violence, or Does it feel more like the beginning of a possible new path here? Do you think? I am optimistic. You know, I run for public office because I am optimistic that we could change and we can shift and we can grow and transform our communities. So I have to take this as a Positive step in the right direction. Um, I will be continuing to call for equity injustice and I hope that the community will continue that call that I believe led to this, um, conviction into this sentence. To this day. Um You know, the other officer that has been convicted of murder in in Minneapolis was a African American. Well, African who lives in America. Soul. Certainly African American, uh, but Somali born um Police officer who received a sentence of 12 years, um and and that the circumstances were very different. But, um, you know, it is, um, a positive step, I think in the right direction. Well, I do hear the hope in your voice, but we should know that the Minneapolis police department is at a bit of a crossroads right now. Obviously, the Department of Justice is investigating it At the moment more than 100 officers. Have left the force in just the last year. In your mind. Where does the Minneapolis Police Department go from here? Like how do they gain the confidence of this community? Mhm. Great question. You know, I will only add to your initial statement bad. Um we're also being investigated by the Minnesota Department of Human Rights. Um And we are down about 200 officers, uh, a little bit more than 200 officers. So we are at a crossroads and we are And a place in in this community where distrust and mistrust is at a all time low. I think that we have to, um, as as lawmakers and policymakers really, um Continue to push for for equity and justice. Um we really need the um George Floyd Policing Act to passing Congress because if that happens, then we can get at some of the systemic issues that are played in the Minneapolis police Department of Boston Police Department, The New York City Police Department, LAPD and just all over the country. We must have some federal regulations to help us improve policing in America. We have to transform policing in in ways that really, um Meet the needs of the community today, and right now we're working with an 18th century model, and we're in the 21st century. And so we have to reimagine and, uh And in transform public safety, and I think, you know, taking some of the responsibilities from police like mental health responses. Um, traffic, minor traffic stopped. Those kinds of things will begin to help improve. Um, community relations movie. Alright. Andrea Jenkins is vice president of the Minneapolis City Council. Thank you very much for joining us today. Thank you for having me..

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"200 officers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"200 officers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In Portland, A riot broke out in downtown overnight in the one year anniversary of George Floyd's murder by a Minneapolis police officer. KFBK is Michael Kastner reports around 200 people gathered outside of the Multnomah County Justice Center, some lighting fires and fireworks. Others vandalizing the center and city hall. Police say demonstrators yell burn the building down in reference to the Justice Center. They also say some through frozen water bottles and eggs of police. Demonstrators later broke windows at some stores and restaurants downtown Michael Kastner news 93.1 kfbk When that leads us nicely into this hour's featured audio clip, we're coming up on 605 would do this five minutes past every hour and our program we bring you a perspective that maybe you did not see or hear on a network newscast or local newscast. While most national media outlets spent a significant amount of their coverage yesterday, marking the one year anniversary of the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Few of them covered this angle. Since the death of George Floyd, nearly 200 Minneapolis officers have left the force here is what a former Minneapolis police officer named Steve Dykstra told Fox News. It is our featured audio clip this hour. Well, this goes back. Before George Floyd. Sense around 2015. I know the city. Minneapolis has been backpedaling, taking tools away from police to enforce the law and keep the streets safe. I see that George Floyd Advantis Tragic is awas as Kind of a build up of years of backpedaling by the police. When when police don't have any tools to use anymore, they They feel pretty helpless out there. Um, you take away loitering laws. Pursuit ability of pursuit vehicles. You don't have to stop for the police in Minneapolis anymore. Thanks to Mayor Fry in the city Council, that is Mark, wait. I have to get frustrated. Wow. And you see is chaos. Violence and real curtain crime. 200 officers have left that force since George Floyd's death and in a lot of mother good cops, you know, the good ones are leaving. Well, I understand his point about officers feeling helpless, but You know, you can't excuse what happened? No, no, no, no, no, no, no. Nobody's excusing the bad behavior. But the reality is is that officers are leaving. They're not feeling the support another good cops. And then and then we just had the story in Sacramento. They're going another different direction at a time in places like Saint Louis or de funding officers. They're adding more police officers in Sacramento. You know, it seems like which is a good idea to add the police officers and also at the programs to assist the police officers handled the situation, of course, like the mental health issues and that sort of thing. Absolutely. I mean, those those programs where they have combined the two to go out have been successful so far. Well, we wanted to bring you that aspect of the story because much of the reporting yesterday did not. Clued that which is a full as a full picture of the whole story. Exactly. So okay, I'm gonna give you three things. And you tell me what decade there from? Okay. Acid washed jeans, Uh, scratches and Newt Gingrich. Eighties. Close, like late eighties early nineties, right, so new. Gingrich is back on the scene, apparently, and he is sitting down with former president Trump also the Trump's former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, and Senator Lindsey Graham. They all got together and Mar a Lago. And, you know, maybe you played some golf. I don't know, but they're coming up with a new contract. For America. Oh, you're kidding. Contract with America. Remember Newt Gingrich in the contract with America? It turned out to be a wildly successful for Newt Gingrich his political career. They're all sitting down to talk about what a new version of this would look like. That is very interesting. So there especially when we talk about the makeup of the Republican Party and the fight for control, Right, right. I mean math Vitus, still yet to be won by either side is not manifested itself. Yeah, but that is what's going on, apparently behind the scenes. In the Morrow lock that is a brand new development and it's a very interesting one of new contract for America. I wonder what they would call it like two point. Oh, that's what everyone ever nice to call things to point on. All right, they're using that template that OK time now for the top national stories. From ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston, the Manhattan district attorney's office, announcing that a special grand jury has been ceded to decide whether criminal charges are warranted against the Trump Organization. ABC News has learned that witnesses have already been contacted about appearing before the grand jury, which is set to meet three days a week for up to six months. ABC News chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl It's the kind of step that a prosecutor takes when they have evidence of a crime. And are preparing to move forward with charges. Of course. Ultimately, it'll be up to that grand jury to decide whether or not those charges are pursued in a statement, the former president calls it a witch hunt being driven by highly partisan prosecutors. At the White House. President Biden and Vice President Harris met with the family of George Floyd on Tuesday, the Police Reform Act named in Floyd's honor, however, it's still stalled in the Senate. Floyd family described this is a really personal meeting with the president and said bite and renewed his promise to push for real reforms. The president had hoped to get this done by yesterday's anniversary of Floyd's murder. Washington obviously missed that moment. But the president is sounding increasingly optimistic, saying he's hopeful that they can now get this done sometime after Memorial Day, maybe see senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce. According to the CDC. Half of all American adults have been fully vaccinated at this point to get more people the shot Brown University's doctor, She's just as companies should help out. We talk a lot about a hesitancy. I think that's the wrong way to think about it For a lot of working class people, it's not easy to take time off. To figure out where to go. So we've got to make it as easy as possible and give people a chance to recover after they've had their vaccine. If they need a day off fish you wanted to get that day off. Former Virginia Senator John Warner has died. He was a World War two that a former Navy secretary served on the Armed Services Committee of the Senate was married at one time to Elizabeth Taylor. He was 94 James Bond, head of Elector Thelma and Louise, a few characters now owned by Jeff Bezos. Amazon's made it official signing agreement to acquire MGM. This is ABC News. Another local D, a. Fighting the governor's plan to release prison inmates early. That's news from your neighborhood in three minutes. But first we're gonna get the traffic.

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"200 officers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Floyd. It means change, always hope or change every Sunday, which he, Austin takes his trumpet and joins the band at an outdoor church service across the road from the spot where George Ploy died. It activated the in ways I didn't know I could be activated. The young black man grew up here and had recently moved his family back to the neighborhood instead of just being friendly neighbor. Sought opportunity. Tol have deeper community with my neighbors to have tougher conversations about systemic racism and police brutality. What about more broadly? Have you seen any change about the way police relate to non white people? They have to think twice three times four times before making every single move, and unfortunately, you know, we've lost too many lives because they chose not to do that before. It's long overdue. That an officer isn't so quick too. Get aggressive to get abusive. But the debate in this city over how to handle policing is messy. They don't know what to do. They've lost over 200 officers in the department. This is my land. Mason, a former police officer and trainer. She says she's never seen morale so low. There is confusion over competing proposals for reform and a backlash from citizens. The officers don't know what the community feels about him. Should we be doing this? What should we be doing? Everything we do? Is it going to be judged? Is everything we're doing going to be putting through scrutiny. That we've never had before. The department has a reputation for racism and brutality. It came under federal investigation this year. My land says there are problems that need to be fixed. But the focus on bad cops is wearing. We tried doing good things and try to do the best we can. And all of a sudden you see something else, just horrible happen, and it's traumatic. Traumatic is a good word to describe this year. My.

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"200 officers" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"200 officers" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"From the RST solutions dot com news desk work markers Romanian will put you to work. I'm Deborah Valentine on 77 W A. B C 57 sunny skies. All right. Information just coming in Police scanner reports of this As of yet, on officially unconfirmed active shooter. This is in Mount Vernon again. This is unconfirmed by police. According to scanner reports, and also a video from a citizen APP is showing M s and police activity in this area of one of three East third Street as well. Will keep you updated on this breaking story as information becomes available. Reportedly one person's been taken to a hospital, and there's also a report of a taxicab seen fleeing from the scene. The NYPD has announced they are stepping up their anti crime efforts. The NYPD chief of patrol is chief Juanita Homes, she says. Among these initiatives, the spot shutter program is being expanded and the ceasefire program is Being relaunched. That's not all prevent gun violence were targeting 100 blocks that's been identified by the highest rate of gun violence. Committed enhanced patrol strength were taken 200 officers from administrative positions and putting him out in a patrol function. And for the month of April of this year, the NYPD released crime stats yesterday. Over all the index crime in the city rose. 30.4% driven by a 66% increase in grand larceny. A 35.6% increase in felony assault robbery went up 20.6%. York City Mayor de Blasio, also announcing today a $25 million initiative, New York City Artists core Initiative as part of the comeback in New York City. We're investing $25 million to employ over 1500 artists. Help Bring back arts and culture all over New York City W. ABC News Time 11 05 every cent early at five P.M.. It's threads with the voice of fashion for over 30 years. Joseph Abboud, one.

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Seattle City Council considers cutting SPD budget by more than $5M

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle City Council considers cutting SPD budget by more than $5M

"The state of public safety in Seattle is the City Council. Consider stripping $5.5 Million from the SPD s budget is in a staffing. This is Deputy Mayor Mike Fong, not sugar coating the situation for the council's Public safety committee as it looks to shift that $5.5 million away from SPD to invest in the participatory budgeting process for a re imagining of public safety in the city. The problem more than 200 officers having separated The department of the last 13 months, and Fong says that's led to a historic shortage of cops and increasing 911 response times now hovering at around eight minutes, which among other things, was the city at risk with the consent decree. It's car radios Hannah Scott on Tuesday, the

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"200 officers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I doubt it hypocrite much Bill. We're out of time. We'll see tomorrow Have a good one. Bill O'Reilly here Monday. February 15th 2021, you are listening to the O'Reilly Update. Here's what's happening today in America. Some Republican senators sanctioned for voting to convict Donald Trump. Senator Lindsey Graham says he impeachment of Kamila Harris is possible the Minneapolis City Council now asking for more police after voting to dismantle their department. Cops in New Orleans promised to crack down on Mardi Gras revelers, the pandemic changing our religious habits. Also ahead of fair and honest assessment of the impeachment situation. The first seven GOP grand Old party lawmakers facing a big backlash after siding with Democrats in the Senate impeachment vote. Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy was censured. That's a formal rebuke by his state's Republican Party. The brass has been SAS also facing a similar situation. Senator Lindsey Graham, suggesting vice president Kamila Harris could be impeached. Should Republicans take back the house in 2022 in June. Miss Harris urge people to contribute to the Minnesota Freedom Fund. Group posting bail for rioters arrested during the George Floyd protests. That is sympathy for violent people, is it not? Officials in Minneapolis voting to add $6.4 million to the law enforcement budget after promising to abolish begin Tire department last summer. Within 200 officers in Minneapolis, have left the city since July about 20% of the entire force. Violent crime in Minneapolis up double digits compared to the same time last year. What a shock, right Wallace, police chief telling tourists and locals to stay off the streets on fat Tuesday. That's tomorrow. Authorities are closing bars banning parades, handing out hefty fines for folks who decided celebrate publicly last year's celebrations directly linked to a massive spike and cove it in Louisiana. The global pandemic also impacting religious practices. 60% of US adults say they have prayed for the outbreak to end That includes 49%, who rarely worship or have no religious affiliation. Most prayers are held in private seven and 10 are still staying home on Saturdays and Sundays. To avoid catching cove. It In a moment, honest coverage of this second impeachment trial. It's very hard to find, but we have it next. How bad is your back? Me or neck pain? Mine was pretty bad. I played four sports when I was younger and catching up with me now. Tried a lot of stuff to manage the pain appointments, pain relievers. Fish oil, Nothing worked. So a doctor friend of mine recommended Omega XL. And here's why Thea, underlying cause of painful achey joints and muscles is in inflammation. The key to knock down inflammation before it causes damage is backed by 35 years of research, and that's what Omega X. L does. The doctor also says quote I can't write any prescription that comes close to what Omega XL accomplishes She was right. So if you're suffering with painful achey.

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"200 officers" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"200 officers" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The Minneapolis City Council has agreed to release $6.4 Million to hire dozens of recruits for the Minneapolis Police Department Star Tribune reporting that unanimous vote came Days after MPD requested the funding, saying they were down. 200 officers do two resignations, early retirements and 155 officers on extended leave. The move comes as some city Council members and activist groups continue pushing to replace MPD with an agency that would provide policing and other services. Senate Republican Majority Leader Paul Gonzaga says easing covert restrictions that Governor Tim Walz announced today gives restaurant owners less than 48 hours to plan for Valentine's Day. Their second busiest day of the year goes, Elka says. Once again, the governor refused to work with businesses or the Legislature, he responds. I will acknowledge this no It doesn't give them enough lead time. No, it is disruptive. But to make those changes with the science in mind gives them the opportunity. Officials in Fort Myers, Florida area say they are thrilled at the prospect of Minnesotans coming down for Twins spring training. Lee County Commissioner Brian Hammond says freedom does work in Florida and thrill E refreshing For many of the visitors who come down here. They say they needed this. They needed the ability to have some sort of normalcy in their life, and many of them feel that they were very safe. In fact, the vast Majority of feel they were very safe while doing it. That is the latest and this is Minnesota News Network. Honey.

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"200 officers" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"200 officers" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Box with 4 30, Then you'll continue to have to block after that. So watch for those delays. The FBI is warning of potential armed protest for every state capital in the country. Glenn Marshall joins us now with details, Glenn Good morning now. The images we saw last week during the attack on the Capitol led to the FBI issuing this warning and to have the White House a proven emergency declaration that revived resource is to protect against more violence in the coming weeks Now that warning from the FBI includes a threat of violence happening at all. 50 state capitals, including here in Illinois. FBI bulletin suggest that the violent protests could start this Saturday and continue through President elect Joe Biden's inauguration on the FBI also issued a bulletin before the riot that happened last week, warning of potential for armed demonstrators targeting legislators. The White House announced that the Department of Homeland Security and female will be used following President Trump's declaration. An emergency exists in D. C while getting his second dose of the Corona virus vaccine. President Jo President elect show Biden had this to say about the threat. Not a very taking you outside. It would be any Greek, but I am I think it's critically important that could be a real serious focus. Mm hmm. Holding those folks. His agents tradition. And threatening alive. Faced forming property caused great damage that they hold accountable. Now we have found out that NYPD has committed 200 officers to D. C on top of the Secret Service and National Guard that will protect President elect Joe Biden and Washington D. C. During the next coming weeks here at home, Governor J. B. Pritzker says he is aware of the threat of violence in law enforcement. Is ready back to you, Gwen. Thank you. The FBI released new images of the suspect wanted for planting pipe bombs at the RNC and DNC headquarters. The photos focused particularly on a suspect in a hoody along with the backpack and shoes. Reward of $50,000 for information is now being offered pipe bombs were found with wires that both buildings Wednesday afternoon during the riots. If you recognize anything about these photos, you're urged to contact your local FBI office. President Trump and vice president. Pence met yesterday for the first time since the attack on the Capitol Pence and his family were forced into hiding last Wednesday when Trump supporters stormed the building, chanting, among other things, hang a pence. Does. It was reportedly angry pence for not stopping the electoral count and never reached out to see if Pence was okay. But yesterday the two reportedly had a good conversation and pledged to continue to work for the remainder of their turn. The House will vote on a resolution that calls and vice President Pence to invoke the 25th amendment and remove President Trump from power. If it passes. Pence would have 24 hours to respond after 24 hours. House would begin impeachment proceedings. Yesterday, Democrats introduced a single article of impeachment against the president. Incitement of insurrection. Bait is expected to begin tomorrow. Trump would become the first president to be impeached twice to U. S. Capitol. Police officers have been suspended at least 10 more under investigation for their behavior during last week's riot on the capital. Wanted this suspended officers was filmed taking a selfie with one.

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Los Angeles Police Dept. To Move More Officers To Patrol, Downsize Air Support, Robbery/Homicide Divisions

Fork Report

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles Police Dept. To Move More Officers To Patrol, Downsize Air Support, Robbery/Homicide Divisions

"The LAPD is moving more than 200 officers back in patrol duty, reducing desk hours and cutting special deployments because of budget cuts. City Council approved a $150 million cut. LAPD Chief Michael Moore says the LAPD will also stop special staff teams that cover homelessness issues and its air support and cut back on its robbery. Homicide. Gang and narcotics unions are units. Rather, City Council members cut the budget in response to protests over the summer

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Police Added As At Least 45 People Shot, 9 Killed In Chicago This Weekend

News, Traffic and Weather

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Police Added As At Least 45 People Shot, 9 Killed In Chicago This Weekend

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Chicago police to increase number of officers on roving anti-violence team

Ray Appleton

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago police to increase number of officers on roving anti-violence team

"Six killed in a rash of violence over the weekend in Chicago. ABC is Ryan Burrow has more Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown Monday announcing efforts to curb the violence in the city, including adding 200 officers to a community safety team. Those officers will be deployed to hot spots across the city. It's the latest strategy in here. That's seen murders and shootings in Chicago rise to levels not seen in years, Chicago police say while year to year numbers are off, they have seen the numbers of homicides and shootings gradually going down in recent months. Right, Bro ABC NEWS Chicago Over the Wall Street

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New York Police Department's budget has been slashed by $1 billion

Morning Edition

03:37 min | 2 years ago

New York Police Department's budget has been slashed by $1 billion

"And that means a new New York City budget. The City Council voted shortly after midnight to adopt Mayor de Blasio EOS, $88 billion budget. It was a plan that only passed after weeks of protests back and forth between council members and the mayor and a lot of finger pointing. City agencies across the board will shoulder painful cuts due to covert related revenue losses and costs. But the most intense negotiations leading up to the last minute were about cuts to the NYPD. We're joined now by WN reporters Yasmeen Khan and Glen Hogan, who's actually at City Hall where police have moved in, and things are a little bit tense. She joins us on Skype. Morning, Gwyn, what's happening there? Good morning, yet they're you know. Throughout the night, protesters had taken some of the city blocks around the occupied city hall. But then, as the morning came, they went back into the plaza to fortify the boundaries. And now No, I'm about 1/2 a block away where there's you know, I would say a couple. You know dozens. If that, you know, 100 or maybe more police officers who are lined up right here they have shields batons. Andi was sort of a tense standoff that's happening. The activists are urging people to remain calm and not agitate not to throw things. The mood is pretty festive, but you know, it's one of those moments. I could flip on a dime and become violent. Yes, Mein. The budget negotiation is always kind of a dance. But this year, the overall budget was cut significantly because of the public health crisis. Can you give us the broad strokes of this new fiscal plan that takes effect today? Yeah. Hi. This budget process is painful carry, you know. Earlier this year before the public health crisis, the mayor proposed a budget that was more than $95 million we're down to a plan that about 88 billion So there are deep cuts across city agencies. As you mentioned. This is a budget that doesn't draw on city reserves. Onda does fund some important program. You know, the city has a restored funding for summer youth jobs. The budget, address his food and security, and it restores the school counselor program for the highest need kids. But the city actually still needs to find another $1,000,000,000 in labor savings between now and October. Otherwise, there could be layoffs of Abducted 22,000 city employees. Community advocates have called for a least a $1 billion cut to the NYPD and the mayor said he'd get there. Yes, I mean, where does City Hall in the council land on this? It's not quite a 1,000,000,000 or it depends on how you view a cut versus moving money around and you know the people who wanted major cuts. To the NYPD wanted savings that could be reinvested in young people and in communities of color. So this was a debate about providing resources that promote public safety. Just not her policing. So what? What they landed on with that that some personnel under the beady will now go to other city agencies like school safety agents will gradually shipped back to the Department of Education. There is a pretty big cut to the overtime budget for uniformed officers. There've been cuts in the past OT, though, that haven't really been met. There is the city will be eliminating a new class of cadets. Scheduled for July. So that's about 200 officers that won't start this summer. Otherwise, there is no hiring freeze for the NYPD, which is a real sticking point. For some people on the mayor does expect patrol levels to say the same. There will also be a new classic death starting in October, so there will be no officers added later this fall.

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