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"495 dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Yeah wctc ccoo update dumb edgar when aris a former saint catharine university student now charged with arson have some threatening words at the time of her arrest according to court documents nineteen year old to news a jamal hassan of minneapolis quit school last fall she's accused of intentionally setting several small fires on campus wednesday she told police she did it because she had been reading about the us military destroying schools in iraq and afghanistan and thought she should do the same thing according to the criminal complaint she also told investigators quote you guys are lucky that i don't know how to build a bomb because i would have done that and that her intent was to hurt people according to the complaint hassan also wrote a letter supporting the islamic state to her former roommates who turned it over to campus security hassan remains in the ramsey county jail adam carter wcco senator tina smith brand new to washington this month says she's remaining hope will congress can void a government shutdown i don't think we should expect anything less of the united states congress so i think it's com and it's completely doable because we agree these are bipartisan issues that we agree on senator smith on cnn today the house voted last night the fund the government for another four weeks or the pressure is now on the senate which late this afternoon does not have enough votes to avoid a shutdown there is a local push to raise funds to assist recipients of the deferred action for childhood arrivals program after a federal judge in california last week reopened applications people needed to immediately come up with the 495 dollar filing fee in case that window closed again carolina is an immigration attorney she says it all started after a radio appearance of hers went someone offered to donate in case of all for lehrer and.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Rebel youth ccoo update adam edgar when i risk a former saint catharine university student now charged with arson as some threatening words at the time of her arrest according to court documents nineteen year old to news a jamal hassan of minneapolis quit school last fall she's accused of intentionally setting several small fires on campus wednesday she told police she did it because she had been reading about the us military destroying schools in iraq and afghanistan and thought she should do the same thing according to the criminal complaint she also told investigators quote you guys are lucky that i don't know how to build a bomb because i would have done that and that her intent was to hurt people according to the complaint hassan also wrote a letter supporting the islamic state to her former roommates who turned it over to campus security assan remains in the ramsey county jail adam carter wcco senator tina smith brand new to washington this month says she's remaining hopewell congress can avoid a government shutdown i don't think we should expect anything less of the united states congress so i think it's it's completely doable because we agree these are bipartisan issues that we agree on senator smith on cnn today the house voted last night the fund the government for another four weeks or the pressure is now on the senate which late this afternoon does not have enough votes to avoid a shutdown there is a local push to raise funds to assist recipients of the deferred action for childhood arrivals program after a federal judge in california last week reopened applications people needed to immediately come up with the 495 dollar filing fee in case that window closed again carolina maize an immigration attorney she says it all started after a radio appearance of hers when someone off for to donate in case of all from there and as of this morning uh we are at ten thousand dollars will be raised for filing fees for dhaka recipients here in minnesota twitter was played a major role with at least four dako filing fees covered on the.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

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"495 dollar" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Astronauts were in the united states who are fleeing ongoing armed conflict such as a civil war an environmental disaster such as an earthquake or a hurricane or an epidemic the foreign nationals who are currently in the us with tps are from ten countries el salvador haiti honduras us nepal nicaragua somalia sudan south sudan and syria and yemen so allure we mentioned these 2500 nicaraguans living in the united states with temporary protected status wire they here they are here because of hurricane mitch in 1998 hurricane mitch devastated nicaragua as well as other countries in central america and the following year in 1999 nicaragua was designated as one of the countries from which individuals could seek temporary protected status so if that hurricane was back in 1998 why have so many of those nicaraguans been allowed to renew and renew and renew even if the hurricane was cleaned up the hurricane was cleaned up to a certain extent e s and in subsequent years the different administrations have renewed temporary protected status for nicaraguans on almost a pro forma basis for eighteen month period said a time so if you're in the united states with this status are you allowed to travel back and forth to your home country how does it work it's not easy to travel back and forth to one's home country if you are a beneficiary of tps to be a tps beneficiary and to travel abroad anywhere not just to your home country you need to apply for a document called an advanced parole document and it's difficult to get that document from the government it's also expensive to apply for it costs 495 dollars for the application fee alone and there is no guarantee that a person would receive it so if a person will see one of these nicaraguan families use here with tps do they have a pathway to citizenship can they say i've been here for fifteen years and and apply to be a us citizen absolutely not temporary protected status does not offer any path to citizenship and he path to legal permanent resident status so you a person with tps can't become a green card holder tps is not amnesty in any way it is a temporary.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on In The Limelight

In The Limelight

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on In The Limelight

"You know you're told you can't stand in a certain location a link that's on the stuff you include in the party report if you know what i'm saying uh so i just love haley first i mean the the an and i sort of now believe all of this i feel like you asked about suits i feel like asks how the games as going and how meghan was doing i don't know i trust our sanchez search air in god knows in the state's current state of the world we just need trust and sources uh serrano o i know all right and then and then we have other things to get too but like honestly etc go meghan for the whole week so this love we agreed august those laws authority you have more to say about haley's slash mangan's mom now my only other pointless like if i they have these greenies photos of them kissing why don't they have photos doria dancing to bruce springsteen wide on the photos of the what i wanted to see the grainy photos of our haley getting asks move will help wall prince harry and barack obama are getting broad and the true like look stars of the week are like the binoculars woman who saw harry looking over megan during the national anthem and then haley for like this amazing reconnaissance work so then i don't why included this year to register liked it the daily the love love the summed in those script why does surprise this is so good is just all caps meghan 'paparazzi taking uptake at so the daily mail has a big thing today economical princess to be meghan markel spotted carrying a doggy bag of takeout food as she arrived home in toronto following invictus games magon thirty six was pictured getting out of a chauffeurdriven suv and carrying a plastic bag of restaurant food the suits actress wore a 495 dollar sarah flint flats on a red floral dress.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on WTVN

"The attack here the gunman's background is coming up clean even an ex wife had nothing leading to a motive sheriff joe lombardo says steven paddock appears to have been living a double life he meticulously planned on the worst domestic attack in the united states history he says her our signs patrick planned to survive the shooting at escape but ended up killing himself when confronted by hotel security and police alex stone abc news las vegas of together say paddock set up surveillance cameras around his room to watch for approaching police were those cameras he spotted an unarmed security guard and shot him through the door but the guard was able to get away at alert police to paddocks location at guard prevented a worst nightmare we don't know exactly when the the suspect killed himself but it does look like after the security officer came then the shots pretty much ended that might have saved many lives hundreds if not more than that abc news consult and former fbi special agent steve gomez lots of young dreamers sending in 495 dollar checks to the feds thursday is the deadline for young people brought into this country is children to renew their dhaka's status that allows them to work and live legally in the us jose quotas says he's trying to get the word out arbitrary deadline of our career catholic intentionally cruel because we knew that a lot of people and have very difficult time tactic coming up on money in such a quick crashing granada says the government hasn't done any outreach the left dhaka recipients no this is their last day to renew three us army special operations commanders killed wednesday two others wounded when they came under fire and southwest news europe republican congressman tim murphy of pennsylvania has announced plans to retire at the end of this term after revelations of an extramarital affair murphy who opposes abortion as his mistress to get an abortion when he thought she was pregnant but she was this is abc news have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boston saying i quit and.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on KOMO

"More four porta reco after abc from abc news i'm todd add still no reason why the las vegas shooting massacre investigators are baffled they can't find a motive for the attack here the gunman's background is coming up clean even an ex wife had nothing leading to a motive sheriff joe lombardo says steven paddock appears to have been living at double life he meticulously planned on the worst domestic attack in united states history he says there our signs paddock planned to survive the shooting at escape but ended up killing himself when confronted by hotel security and police alex stone abc news los vegas of to get a say paddock set up surveillance cameras around his room to watch for approaching police were those cameras he spotted an unarmed security guard and shot him through the door but the guard was able to get away at alert police to paddocks location that guard prevented a worst nightmare we don't know exactly when the uh the suspect killed himself but it does look like after the security officer came then the shots pretty much ended that might have saved many lives hundreds if not more than that abc news consult and former fbi special agent steve gomez lots of young dreamers sending in 495 dollar checks to the feds thursday is the deadline for young people brought into this country is children through the docket status that allows them to work and live illegally in the us jose granado says he's been trying to get the word out arbitrary deadline their curricula take away intentionally cruel hippie added we you could we need at a lot of people were not very difficult time tactic coming up at that money in such a quick cash for another says the government has done any outreach to daca recipients though this is their last day to renew for us army special operations command or was killed wednesday two others wounded when they came under fire in southwest newshare republican congressman tim murphy of pennsylvania has announced plans to retire at the end of this term after revelations of an extramarital affair murphy who opposes abortion as his mistress to get an abortion what he thought she was pregnant but she was this is abc news have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boston saying i quit and how would you like to commute to.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Help with hurricane maria efforts in puerto rico ruth valencia is a nerves from california you've california flying out of newark liberty airport she usually works in labor and deliberating for mothers but she says she's willing and able to do whatever it takes to help out i'm prepared for yeah i'm prepared to pick up whatever have to pick up do whatever is that wanted to have done the governor of where rico now says thirty four people have died from the hurricanes destruction wnyc sending rodriguez is traveling with her reformers headed to puerto rico today on a flight out of newark and we will have a full report this afternoon on all things considered beginning at four o'clock tomorrow is the deadline at the federal government has said to receive a renewal applications for dhaka recipients the trump administration is phasing out the programme officially the deferred action for childhood arrivals started under the obama administration it gives werethought work authorisation and protection from deportation for young immigrants whose parents lack legal status attorney yaas mean far hang from the advocacy group make the right road new york's says immigrants only had one month's notice to reapply for dhaka and it wasn't enough first and foremost people need to get accurate information before they can renew their daca secondly they have to collect documents and thirdly they have to pay an onerous 495 dollar filing fees she encourages young immigrants who don't make tomorrow's daca deadline to call three one one for free legal assistance currently 71 degrees and sunny at 106 support for npr comes from math nays him and his learning center franchisees committed to the idea that when kids understand math they enjoy it and do more of it leading to mastery there are seven hundred math made easy and learning centres locations at math made easy.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The eye ellen that does not have electricity is still have spotty communication so we really don't know i'll to the full extent what is happening outside of that metropolitan area during his trip trump praised the federal response in puerto rico saying the death rate there was lower than one hurricane katrina hit new orleans you'll so joke that the disaster through the federal budget out of whack donald trump has been in involved in thousands of lawsuits but he's never been charged with a crime but his wnyc's andrea bernstein reports the manhattan da did consider bringing charges against ivanka and donald jr in the spring of 2012 the older trump children found themselves facing possible criminal indictment prosecutors believe they lied to prospective buyers the trump so how condo hotel the trump defence team acknowledged misstatements common puffery not a crime but despite their efforts the case didn't go away said donald trump's personal lawyer marc kasowitz met with the manhattan da side vance kasowitz had donated twenty five thousand dollars to vance though vance returned the money before meeting with ham three months after the meeting dance closed the case dan says he decided he could prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt cancel it said he made the donation because he's impressed by vance's ideas and ability tomorrow was the deadline the federal government set to receive renewal applications for dhaka recipients the trump administration is facing the program it gives work authorisation and protection from deportation for young immigrants whose parents lack legal status attorney yaas mean far hang from the advocacy group make the road new york says immigrants only had a month's notice to reapply for dhaka and it wasn't enough first and foremost people need to get accurate information before they can renew their daca secondly they have to collect documents and thirdly they have to pay an onerous 495 dollar filing fees for hanging courage is immigrants who don't make tomorrow's duck a deadline to call three one one for free legal assistance and the new york yankees are headed to cleveland for the american league division series the bronx bombers beat the minnesota twins it's eight to four in last night's american league wildcard game yankee fans left the stadium celebrating just after midnight the.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Port service line governor cuomo is criticizing elected officials around the country who have been saying that this is not the time to talk about gun laws in the wake of the massacre in las vegas the insanity of what we are doing with gone uncontrolled and the lack of leadership in the lack of action is frankly disgusting and 2013 new york tighten gun sales increased background checks and banned more kinds of assault rifles than most places on the contrary the legislation passed with bipartisan majorities but many republicans and upstate new york continue to resent the restrictions new york city council speaker of melissa a mark viverito says president trump's tour of puerto rico's capital yesterday does not reflect conditions on most of the islands on msnbc mark viverito said san juan was hit hard by both hurricanes but first responders still haven't been able to reach much of puerto rico's interior newstalk ninety five percent of the island that does not have electricity you still have spa saudi communication so we really don't know i'll to the full extent what is happening outside of that metropolitan area during his trip trump prays the federal response in puerto rico saying the death ray there was lower than one hurricane katrina hit new orleans you'll slow joke that the disaster through the federal budget out of whack tomorrow as the deadline the federal government sets to receive a renewal applications for dhaka recipients the trump administration is facing up a program that gives work authorisation and protection from deportation for young immigrants whose parents lack legal status attorney jasa mean far hang from the advocacy group make the road new york says emigrants only had a month's notice to reapply for dhaka and it wasn't enough first and foremost people need to get accurate information before they can renew their daca secondly they have to collect documents and thirdly they have to pay an onerous 495 dollar filing fees she encourages immigrants who don't make tomorrow's stock a deadline to call three one.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly a threestar us army churn role is now when puerto rico to help direct the federal government's response to hurricane maria who tenet general jeff buchanan arrive last night officials in san juan say damaged roads and a shortage of truck drivers or slowing the delivery of aid health and human services secretary tom price says he will no longer charter flights for government business and pierced hammer keith reports price has been under fire for taking private charter flights when commercial flights were available now he says he's going to reimburse the us trade henry fifty two thousand dollars that money represents the cost of his seat but doesn't cover the full cost of this plans of where staff and others also flew the white house says there will be a full review secretary of state rex tillerson is traveling to china and pierre's rob schmitz says his official visit this weekend will include talks on north korea and trade tillerson's visit comes at a time of high tension between the united states and north korea china's neighbour and ally the north completed it's six the most powerful nuclear weapons test earlier this month prompting the united nations security council to boost economic sanctions on the country china has begun to implement these sections cutting off textile and fuel exports to pyongyang's president trump makes an official state visit to china in november i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc and new york immigration advocates urging daca recipients who were still eligible to reapply to get their paperwork to the government before october fifth they say that deadline is for receiving the applications it's not a postmark date carlos vargas is a dhaka recipient on staten island he says he's worried thousands of young immigrants may miss the deadline because they were told only about it in september and there's also a 495 dollar fee there are many people were faking obstacle through you knew that back on such a short time in a thing that unacceptable daca provides work authorization to immigrants without legal status who came here as children a new federal budget year begins sunday in congress has yet to fund ship the.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"404 am genie floyd a local new jersey official with family in puerto rico says the trump administration's waving of the jones act is key in getting aid there more quickly but in hudson county new jersey freeholder e junior modern not a says that for puerto rico to survive economically the act needs to be repealed to two summit container from new york city choose sunk over mingle is two thousand miles for some from new york to puerto rico is four thousand dollars was the fairness in there were citizens there should be addressed and repeal murder jones urge is were to grow maldonado is one of many people still waiting to hear from his family in puerto rico said central mountain reach an immigration advocates are urging daca recipients who are still eligible to reapply to get their paperwork to the government before october pfaff they say that deadline is four receipt of the applications it's not a post mark date carlos vargas is a dhaka recipient on sad nyland he says he's worried thousands of young immigrants may miss the deadline because they were only told about in in september and there's a 495 dollar fee there are many people were faking obstacle to renew that back on such a short time and a thing that unacceptable dhaka provides work authorization to immigrants without legal status who came here as children it also protects them from deportation the trump administration plans to end the program in march and new jersey senator bob menendez is heading to puerto rico to survey the damage from hurricane maria the democrat will travel to the island on thursday afternoon after his corrupt shen trial wraps up for the week there are no court preceding scheduled on friday and as told reporters yesterday that the federal government is not doing enough to help puerto rico and he says it should send more national guard troops and the army corps of engineers should help rebuild the islands devastated electrical grid we have increasing clouds tonight with lows in the low 60s tomorrow we're looking at a sunny day but a lot cooler with highs in the upper 60s we may hit the 70 degree mark currently it is seventy seven degrees it's partly sunny in central park at 4 of 6 support for npr comes from c 3 iot enabling corporate and industrial digital transformation with artificial intelligence cloud computing and iot big data software solutions learn more at c3iotcom.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Hunger bug bugabira wickert we got reelected odd court to your later he changes his party go you could ever open until it's been a long on time that they democrat one instead of feed era going to recruit busily red date and it could be difficult for mr jones look electric evil against orders got boehner abilities now i think the joint will raise the money oklahma tanker from democrats uh i think it it does wall part because luck his opponent who who was a provocative up italy's boot bolted because democrat are are looking for a win somewhere in tune had a pretty good crew while he was a us attorney in birmingham who prosecuted the uh but the bombers the black church here when they were finally call it 1998 have you thought he aga you'd obviously could critical to the in the black community i eight eight eight number two college perhaps ubers there is always so many voters with date who will cool elaborate where democrat under any circumstances info why if not quite jonathan martin story is available and the new york times and also online line is in birmingham alabama as always thank you for your time we appreciate it one of the hearings we covered for the cspan networks the senate homeland security committee looking at threats to the homeland in among the questions from california senator kamala harris directed questions to the acting secretary of homeland security elaine duke and questions about the daca program for the socalled dreamers here's that exchange my question to you is dead your agency directly now defying the daca recipients that they will be eligible to renew their applicants did you notify them directly i was just through the press that we have not contacted each at individual directly and you have given them a month from the time that that work went out one month only to apply to renew their status which requires them to submit many forms and fill out the information those forms it requires them by october fifth to also provide if 495 dollar application fee there is a than one month arm and it requires them to the pipe to passport photographs passport photographs cost between fifteen and twenty dollars last time i looked federal minimum wage it's about seven thousand twenty five cents an hour i'm through my question to you is given the.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Chartered aircraft npr scott horsely reports price reported lease flown on private planes at least two dozen times since taking office all at taxpayer expense politico which first reported on the secretary's travel have with pushed the price tag for the charter jet spent more than three hundred thousand dollars in in one instance price use a chartered plane to fly from washington to nearby philadelphia even though commercial planes or amtrak could have carried in there for a small fraction of the cost the inspector general is reviewing whether prices frequent use private planes complies with federal regulations a department spokeswoman justify the practice by point what she call the secretary's incredibly demanding schedule but democratic lawmakers have challenged the costly jet bill saying taxpayers deserve assurances their money's not being wasted by the highest government officials scott horsely npr news washington had last check on wall street the dow is down nearly thirty points to twenty two thousand three hundred twenty nine this is npr news from kqed news i'm brian watt organizers of a controversial event on the uc berkeley berkeley campus slated to begin on sunday saved the event has been cancelled organizers were calling it free speech week at times rightwing authors milo yannopoulos it ann coulter as well as former white house strategist steve bannon were advertise to be appearing at the event but this morning the group organizing it the berkeley patriot said free speech week is off in a press conference is scheduled for tomorrow this comes after a series of negotiations with campus officials over wear the event would be held you see the officials had expected to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on security because of concerns violence may break out a campus spokesman says organizers have not communicated with the school so the university will continue to plan and prepare for the event san francisco will pay application fees for those enrolled in the deferred action for childhood arrivals program at a workshop tomorrow he kqed's arielle sweat back reports october faith will be the last opportunity those eligible for dhaka have to apply for or renew their enrollment and the program earlier this month the trump administration announced daca will end in march san francisco mayor ed lee says the city will cover the 495 dollar.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"I i give process in protocol matter that the governor unless she announced in i am desperately looking here serve anybody knows give me ring a 438 wpro i'm desperately looking for the information on as if the governor you know put her in her own home a significant contribution i can see why she would be ring leading this announcement where private donations have been offered to pay the 495 dollar applegate vfor for daca kids by the october fifth deadline under the new urgency from donald trump mm this is at the state house was enough it was at the state house today yes it was the so it's at the state house so you're you're doing the people's business talking about a charity project as if it has an official rhode island signature on it but you're not using taxpayer money i would have blown the phones off the hook uh but you using taxpayer facility in your role as governor to announce a private foundational pool of money i'm still working through this one this this is this is governor raimondo over the top why didn't the united way call their own dan press conference and the rhode island foundation and everybody else it's involved with this right three thirty revolution self wash new center paul as headlines we get you on the line four three wpro what's happening identity checks accu weather says the latest computer guiding shows jose may stray further out to sea than earlier anticipated but that doesn't mean we're out of the woods it still has time to veer back in our direction and even if it doesn't we can expect winds around four forty five miles an hour and an inch and a half of rain governor raimondo says she's found donors to pony up to four hundred ninety five dollars the dreamers need to pay to renew their status by the deadline that was set by president trump and that is the fifth of next month and general michael flynn's family here in rhode island setting up a legal defense fund for the embattled former national security of visor from the seascape lawn care weather center i'm accuweather meteorologist bob larsen says mostly cloudy tonight a shower toward dawn low of sixty four tomorrow some rain from jose turning wendy your gusts near forty at the coast watch for coastal flooding rough surf and beach erosion with a high of seventy and then tomorrow.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"She hope so twenty five thousand dollar reward will lead to tips this could be your family standing up here instead of us helpless steven hernandez says his dad had been out for a walk in late may just a couple of blocks from home former lived you're almost sixty years and he felt very safe to walk the streets and someone took that from him and us in carson antara mullin back kfi news should nights girlfriend and his business partner have been indicted in la prosecutors say the two violated a court order to protect video evidence in night's murder case the la county da's office says the girlfriend manager negotiated the sale of the video to tmz for fifty five thousand dollars both could face jail or prison time the indictment says the two were secretly recorded in phone calls negotiating the sale even though the video that showed the death of a man was placed under a protective order separately the da's office has accused two of nights defence lawyers of having a role in that video sale the lawyers have not been charged with crimes eric leonard kfi news nonprofit group based in san francisco has offered scholarships to help some daca recipients renew their status the program that was set up to their use for college students at the community college california state university and the university of california california community college is vice chancellor paul feast says the scots ships cover students whose dhaka's status expires on or before march fifth of next year checks to cover the 495 dollar fee will be made out to the department of homeland security once a student qualifies a middle eastern country has chosen la as the place to sign a declaration of religious tolerance the bahrain declaration denounces the religious extremists from the fuel terrorism and the act of the signing carries additional symbolism lets you know perfectly honest simon wiesenthal center is a jewish institution with a capital j rabbi abraham cooper with the center says this is a turning point we've been waiting for a moderate voice this the forward in unequivocal terms it's cooper's as the king of bahrain worked with faith leaders from around the world to create this declaration at the museum of tolerance kris ankarlo kfi news police are investigating the deaths of.

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"495 dollar" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"495 dollar" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Pair this past weekend homolja other foraging 495 dollars each that's very reasonable and all of our ball was on the wwe show i believe there was on raw tore off his shirt challenged the ms sold wrestler a couple of weeks ago and your wrestler guy in their lawns on lamella ball were sitting nearby all his other son is lee angela they really really not very creative with the names the wall i mean little guy i think we've all had enough of lavarra ball i mean obviously not a facebook's putting a reality show i don't know who would law i mean i guess the ratings a go up on this guy's on tv whatever reason i i could i would not watch a second date i don't care about law volvos matter of fact i would watches some play in the nba because i want to see him get burnt dumped on like i'm with joy and beat and again into a little bit of beef on twitter i know last week i got nothing against landzo this is his fault here but you could take it out on him it is his fault he doesn't show does that up you can't sugar data issued your dad was acting like this he called into the radio and said that he hated jewelry he wanted to help you up her whatever you've gotta talented shut up i i think that this is a unique scenario to wear lavarra balkan tell his dad dad back off well she's me winds will balk at tell his dad tobacco off and just be quite a little bit i understand we can get respectfully parable when you're when your parents of julie and creating attention that's right avenue charge don't wanna take it out on the kid i mean the kids a talented basketball player waldman tells dad's shut up i think that everybody's who did you see the tweet from join beat i did okay they want agree and he's not going to be alone they want to embarrass winds will now this question will be whether they're going to be able to do that or nod the winds will certainly now to kid but i hate the fact that he got what he wanted going into los angeles that's what he wanted to do a debate that we as reality show that the.

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