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"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Dreamcatcher ese Arizona's Morning News. The valleys Only all news morning show it is 7 55 87 degrees in Queen Creek. Good morning. I'm Jamie West Valley couple hopes $475,000 settlement in their favor will produce changes at Phoenix P D. The couple's representative says excessive police force cost the community then that the irony everybody red, yellow, black, brown and white. All taxpayers are paying for the wrongful actions of the police, Jared Maupin says. Dre von aims and Aisha Harper suffered trauma while being investigated for shoplifting viral video captured the encounter. Councilman Carlos Garcia publicly apologize to them. I also hope that we continue to work out the council to push policy to make sure that other families don't have to go through this. A couple sued for $10 Million and got 10.5% of that. Peter same or no use, getting $24,000 in a settlement with America, the county attorney's office over a public records lawsuit. The requested information will also be turned over the used to read. Canaan says his organization was investigating how the county attorney's office does business. And they found some interesting training material about people with mental health condition that referred to people as crazy and clearly view, dammit obstacles to getting a conviction and not sort of seeing those people as humans. County attorney Alistair Adelle tells Katie are her office is committed to greater transparency in the future, coming up in eight, the very latest from the Gulf Coast, where Laura slammed into Texas and Louisiana. And we'll tell you why Governor do sea will be at the White House tonight. We're seeing some light Westside slowing. And here is the tour Dan with a quick update from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center and write to him we go 101 eastbound light, slowing 19th Avenue to past seven Street going to add an extra couple minutes. Do you ride south Found 17 3 extra minutes 16 minutes from Peoria. Of the 10 split and I 10 he's found you got brake lights to kind of like to moderate style 51st Avenue to seven street. Right now you're looking at 17 minutes fromthe 101 into the 51 still working. Unfortunately, the one and only crash after the Far West Side winners Burgh Road north and south on a Buckeye road closed due to erect their which travel report brought to you by QuikTrip spend less and snack a war right now. A quick trip with so many tasty deals on low prices. You're sure to experience a full on snack awa tackle T more than Gas station detoured and Katie are news today. 1 13 Low tonight 88 1 11 The high for Tomorrow Your weather is brought to you by Howard Air and Mike Broom head is coming up and you've got the head of black lives matter. Phoenix.

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"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Free nonstop news, Traffic and weather starts now on deck Feelin five o'clock now and here is our top story. Another round of protests have sparked But this time in Kenosha, Wisconsin, after video recording showed police shooting an unarmed black man seven times in the back. Last night, protesters took to the street for the third night. Two people were killed during the demonstrations after a young white man who was caught on cell phone video opened fire in the middle of the street. And here in the Valley Arizonans have taken to the streets of downtown Phoenix. In response to Jacob Blake shooting stars. Gabriel Gamino is down there and joins us now live. That's right. Becky, currently outside the Phoenix City Council, chambers were about three dozen people have come together demanding justice for those killed by Phoenix police. There is a small stage area. Our families and computer members are currently sharing their experiences of losing someone close to them to do what they call violence on part of the Phoenix Police Department. However, the message is the same. They're calling with the City Council to deep on the police to stop hiring any new officers and that they release the use of force and incident reports and all unedited video. Within 72 hours later today at around six protesters here are expected to March and demand Justice live in Phoenix. Djibril Gamino, Katie. Our news on the man in this viral video and his girlfriend just received $475,000 settlement from the city of Phoenix is Peter's say, Moors live with that story. Becky Aisha Harper hopes the settlement produces change quite a bit.

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"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Area holding her all of Wisconsin's professional sports teams are refusing to play in protest over the shooting of a black man by police in Kenosha. ABC is Chuck Seabirds and says it started with the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks. First came word from sources to ABC News partner ESPN that the Milwaukee Bucks were boycott in Game five with the Orlando Magic to protest the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, then similar news about the Houston Rockets Game five against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Ditto for the Los Angeles Lakers in Portland Trail Blazers. Sources say. It's a player's decision. N BA execs didn't know And what will happen next isn't clear Major League baseball confirming Tio ESPN that the Milwaukee Brewers and the Cincinnati Reds won't play tonight. A curfew will take effect in Kenosha in one hour from now, after three nights of at times violent protests over Blake shooting police in Illinois, making an arrest in connection with the shootings of three protesters last night, two of them fatally. His 17 year old from nearby Antioch has been taken into custody and Lake County, Illinois. He's been Find a public defender and is set to make his first court appearance Friday. He's expected to be charged with first degree intentional homicide after allegedly opening fire during Tuesday night's demonstration. A veces Ryan burrow Hurricane Laura, now a Category four storm is just hours away from the Gulf Coast. Galveston County Judge Mark Henry is hunkering down swill. Fortunately, only last will will be done with this by this time tomorrow. So by noon to two o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Laura is moving so fast she's out of here and we can start assessing damage and getting repairs made. The storm is expected to make landfall early tomorrow morning Vice President Pence will accept the Republican National Committee's nomination when he delivers the keynote address on the third night of the party's convention. The on Ly Native American on Federal Death Row was put to death today. Navajo leaders urging President Trump to halt the execution of lesbian Mitchell. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station station on Air 92 3 FM online at dot com and streaming Live on the air New Zap your Breaking News and Traffic. No Poirot to Jackie Lynn. And Here's Our Top story. Every man in this viral video and his girlfriend just received a cash settlement from the city of Phoenix. Where's Peter? Say more joins us now live with the story. Becky Phoenix is paying a couple $475,000 after a viral video showed now fired officer kicked the man Dre von Ames while his pregnant girlfriend and small Children watched. Councilman Carlos Garcia apologized to Aisha Harper and Ames, who was a shoplifting suspect, who was never charged. The money won't take away the trauma or the harm that's been caused, but I hope that the Children will have a better life for you. Well sued for $10 million again. They got 475,000 brush and nip calligraphers are also getting $136,000 in a separate case after the city suit them for not wanting to create wedding invitations for same sex couples reporting live Peter same or Katie. Our news businesses are beginning to open up in Arizona. But according to the executive director of the bio Design instituted a S U Dr Joshua Lay bare. The number of tests taking place in the state is dropping. The Bear says. If you work in the people business meeting different people every day. You need to be tested more often, you know, seeing lots of new faces every day, Master unmask. You know, At some point, I'd be good to get kind of routinely tested just to make sure that you're staying safe librarians that people still have to wear masks and you social distancing or Arizona could be in for another spike in Corona virus cases. Eyes on education. Parents of students with disabilities are calling on state leaders to provide more support for in home learning. Michelle Thorne has two Children on the autism spectrum and says parents like her need more support. She sent a letter to Governor Doug Ducey, the Department of Education and the Developmental Disabilities Department. With testimonies from more than 20. Other families proposing solutions. The Department of Developmental Disabilities should allow parents to use respite hours during the school day so that parents can hire somebody, Tio Come in and help their child. She also suggested partnering with local universities to allow for education majors to work with disability students one on one in their homes. Taylor Kenna RAP Katie eh, Arnie's valleys. Getting some more money for light rail Congressman Greg Stanton.

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"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Price at 72 soul dot com Newsflash. If 3 45 Jackie Lynn, and here's what you need to know Right now, the family of Draven aims and Aisha Harper is getting $475,000 from the city of Phoenix after a police officer was caught kicking names in front of his family during a traffic stop caught on viral video games have been a shoplifting suspect but was never charged. Brush a nib calligraphers or getting $136,000 from the city after the city sued them for not wanting to create wedding invitations for same sex couples, the state's largest school district, is making plans to start in person classes on September 14th. It's the public schools anticipates that all three of the state's recommended health benchmarks to safely began hybrid learning will be met tomorrow, and if so, the district plans to move forward. Arizona has several large fires burning right now, including the more than 60,000 Acre Griffin Fire. It's about five miles northeast of Globe and now 28% contained. Some evacuations are in place to US sixties closed both directions between globe to state Route 73 Junction near the Fort Apache Reservation, and that's nearly 70 miles. No estimated time for reopening. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station. Time for traffic check with detour Dan in the Valley Chevy Dealers, Traffic Center. Thank you, Becky. I'm still working in earlier vehicle Fire on the eastbound to 02 Red Mountain Freeway Akiyama school exit ramp. It is now off right all lane Gery open, so everybody is moving there again, But that's the only freeway snag at the moment in town Service Street, Rex 83rd Avenue and Bell Road, Scottsdale Road north of Thomas. Crashed and Van Buren its 17th Avenue erect. The brushfires referred to the U. S. 60 closed east of Globe East and westbound You contrive the 87 to 2 60. That'll take eastbound back to the 60. But man that is a super log detour 88 north out that's closed near Lost Dutchman Boulevard is wealth that due to the brush fire, this traffic report brought to you by quick trip. Spend less and snaggle more right now. A quick trip with so many tasty deals at low prices. You're sure to experience a full on snack alone tackle Q T more than a gas station on Wall Street, the Dow rose 83 points today while the NASDAQ was up 198 and the S and P. 35..

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"aisha harper" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"So they never should have shut down that in the first place, But let's look at it this way. How could we re open fitness centers? Restaurants for indoor dining, and all of that, you simply put the onus On the business is to not have an outbreak. Hey, This is called self government. It's pretty simple, and it airs on the side of freedom and liberty. It's not hard. It's not rocket science. You say Hey, Mountain Fitness, Mountainside fitness. If you have an outbreak track to your facility were to shut you down for a month. Guess what. Mountainside. Fitness doesn't want to have to shut down for a month. Why? Because they're in business to do business. So what are they going to do? They're going to take pains to protect their customers and their customers are going to follow the rules because their customers don't want to have to work out at home anymore. Or they don't want to gain the cove. It 15 again, right? So it works like you police yourself, Saito, a restaurant here is the deal. Make sure there's 6 ft. Of different distance between everybody that comes out. Have your people wear a mask test? Check there, put them out on their forehead every day when they come in to work. And if you have an outbreak, we're going to shut you down for a month. What is that restaurant going to do? They're going to automatically figure out where they can get a profit margin, but also safely house people. They're going to do those things because they don't want to get shut down. They're going to self police. That's how you do it, and then they should have immediately just opened back up after those three months. That's what they should do now, this whole thing where you gotta play like tic tac toe for six hours to figure out whether or not you could open his dump limiting capacity to 10%. So that that somehow keep people from congregating That doesn't make any sense. How can how can a fitness center run on 10% capacity? It's not even enough money to turn the lights on. So anyway, it's It's as if I've got some audio from Joe Biden will play later in the show, too, where he just does this sort of Monday morning quarterbacking thing, and it's It's ridiculous, but we'll get into all that coming up next. The Heritage Foundation is going to join us. We're talking about school choice right now, though, it's time to get our K f y I Dalo with Donny G. Today is day two of the Republican National Convention. First Lady Melania Trump will speak from the newly renovated White House Rose Garden. President Trump's also expected to speak at some point. Broadcast will also include speeches by his son Erik and daughter Tiffany. Phoenix Firefighters are on the scene of a two alarm blaze at an apartment complex under construction at 12 Street and Indian School Road. Said the building was fully involved when they arrived, and they've taken a defensive strategy The Phoenix City Council is expected to approve of $475,000 came into a couple in an excessive force case. Police officers pointed guns at Aisha Harper and drive on Ames and held them in police cars after their young daughter walked out of a dollar store with a doll that hadn't been paid for. Laura is now a hurricane and it could get even stronger. Forecasters say it could become a Category three or higher storm as it approaches the Texas and Louisiana coasts. It sits about 625 miles south east of Lake Charles, Louisiana. This report is brought to you by Republic Monetary Exchange. Protect your Wealth and profit with gold and silver Visit Republic Monetary Exchange on Camelback just east of 40th Street, 602682 gold or our Emmy gold dot com. Now with a check of traffic here, Steve Slow Traffic 17 South out between 19th Avenue in Seventh Street, 10 East Pounds slow between 83rd Avenue in Seventh Street. 10 eastbound approaching Bullard. They have cleared the accident out of there and a structure fire 12 street at Indian School Road..

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"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You going to shut down this week? I don't know. The All Arizona Daily, download. Jeff who? That's a guy named Flake. And guess what he's doing, because I am gravely concerned about the conduct and behavior of our customs. But I stand here today. Our hard who endorsed Joe Biden as the next president of the United States of America. Americans. Best days are ahead. Go, Joe, you say Go, Joe. He just sounds weak. He has always been weak. He's not one of my favorites never has voted with Trump most of the time because Trump actions Signalled something that was very conservative. His attitude signalled, basically, for everything else out there. That's not trump I know and a willingness to fight anything. Anybody anywhere anytime. So Flake delivered these remarks. Earlier this morning. Uh and he did it on purpose. Today's the first day of the Republican National Convention. So you know this was planned. He is a Republican. He decided to come out against Trump. It again. How? Let me just say this. It's so easy for Jeff Flake to come out against Trump today. Not in office. Now we're in office and you did it, then it would really men. So you look at somebody like Mitt Romney, and I don't think Romney will indoors. Biden, but he's not going to endorse. He's gonna He's gonna abstain if you will. Well, I mean, he could endorse he could endorse Joe Biden. That would be one guy that I think could do it. But when you're Jeff Flake, and you quit, by the way, because your poll numbers stunk, and you didn't think you could win, and I guess, a Trump America And you took your ball and you went home. What you could have done was trying get re elected and then stand against Donald Trump. That would have been the tough thing to do. The re elected Probably not there. Therein lies it. I'd rather quit while I'm ahead then then get smashed. And I don't think he was ever cut out for the job just wasn't his gig. He's not that guy. I see Ah, a lot of people in Congress who are looking at the list of former like Jim Kolbe against Arizona Congress. He's he's been there for all former He's been out for a while. I'm seeing a couple of senators Senator Gordon Humphrey. I don't know who that is all former Senator John Warren again all former right, So Jeff Flake leads the list of people that all former people are going for Joe Biden publicly. The all Arizona Daily download number one steal a doll. Get a payout. Yeah, payout indeed. Normally to drop her off. Baby sitting And the next, you know Officers hopping out the car window teller shooters in the face. I wouldn't put a cap in your head, so that's drive on Ames. You guys remember him and Aisha Harper. Last year that we're like a dollar store, and they had Taken a doll from the dollars one of the Children does. There was some other footage is well that went along there, they cops pulled him over in a parking lot. There's a lot of screaming people face down on the ground. It was it was chaos and craziness lot of foul language. And they got paid up. Almost 501 of the cops was fired by the Phoenix police. Uh, Jerry Williams, chief. I'm a month or so after the incident a few months after the incident, So here's the thing. No. Um I mean, I think you can point to this situation is there's a lot of people. That were in the situation doing something wrong. You had the parents and the kids. Something was stolen. They didn't pull the car over right away. I think that put the officers on guard. Why aren't they pulling? Why aren't they are pulling over? And then you had the bad language with the cops in front of the Children. I'm not really for that, either, but they get $500,000. That's thing's ever happened. I'm going to say it right there. You get 500. You get about 300 because in taxes, your attorney's taken some, but but weren't they Weren't they supposed to think they want like 10 million or something like that? They want 10 cats. Yet. They're not innocent in this whole thing, you know? I mean, there are the victims. You could say they're also victims, but they're still not innocent and it and it doesn't come from just a stolen doll. You watch the footage of the dollar story was a little girl walking out with a doll. I can totally I get it. Every raised on that. I've taken stuff back, right? You do it. Right. Why don't you pull over? Lisa behind you. Why don't you pull over if they tell you get out of the car. What are you reaching for? They tell the mom to get out of the car. She says. No, I've got my two kids here mean you gotta listen. The police, too, So I see. You know, in this situation, you could see that the officers did some things wrong. But these parents also did some things wrong, too. But at the end of the day, they got half a million dollars a million dollars half a million dollars a ton of money that is a ton of money wouldn't want Right here daily Della Brod. Parker and sons, plumbing and electrical Two time winner of the better Business Bureaus Ethics award..

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"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Interview are if you're just joining us, basically, the whole show today, so far has been about this Phoenix. Police incident with the family, Reverend Jared mopping on MAC. And mopping went at it. I don't know how else to say it was content. You're going to hear some of that. I think at three thirty we should open up the phones. We haven't done this on this particular incident. And I think that's what we should do at three thirty. I think we should hear from you. Okay. So go ahead. Guys and opened up the phones. What we'll talk to you about this because I think everybody has an opinion. Speaking of the mop and interview, I don't know if we really got anything out of it other than, you know, you don't like him. He doesn't like you. It's not that I don't like him. I don't like what he represents and I don't like what he's pushing or selling the community. It's this, it's just the whole hypocrisy of the whole thing. He's probably a nice guy, but I just don't like his stance on this, black and white issues like this. All right. How much does race play into the situation would would if it was a white couple? Yeah. Would mop and come out of the woodwork if this were a white family at this happened to hate to say it, but no, he has come out, and he has he has a backed up white people on occasion. But a lot of what you will see with him is African American men and they're running with police, and sometimes the police screwed up. And sometimes, you know, whoever he's advocating for screwed up on aim. James is the is the father, Aisha Harper is the mom to kids in the car. Here's the thing, we know a lot more about drive on aims. And this isn't the first time that he has been in trouble with police. Yeah. He's not necessarily pure as the driven snow comes along. Not drive on aims is currently facing charges of advocate aggravated assault against an officer. Here's what happened in two thousand eighteen there was apparently a car accident. Maupin said he ran out of gas. All right. So right out of the gate. I don't know what's going on. But there was something wrong with his car. It was an accident, or it was Iran. I guess the police report says that in two thousand eighteen. It was five thirty in the morning. He was involved in a crash. Officers say wasn't he wasn't answering questions and he was acting strangely. He tried to kick and punch them several times. One officer, even wrote aims reach for his gun, then he got tased twice. And they got punched three to five times in the face. Because by the way, that's what's going to happen. If you try and grab a cop's gun but Maupin would say that's not true. He never went for the web. I mean there's just so much gas lighting in all this, he admitted to smoking marijuana he was cited for driving under the influence of drugs. So, so that's the incident twenty eighteen and you know, he's had another incident here in two thousand nineteen so there are two incidents. Where this guy has been involved with the cops. So I think you've got a you've got to do a couple of things here. Let's be fair. Okay. Let's go over Ames and his background. All right. Let's also go over the police officer and his background. You can do that. Absolutely. And they can go through they can pull you up on a on a screen and see what your priors are if you have any outstanding warrants also waiting for court. My point is if you're going, if you're going to look into both backgrounds seat. This cop is done something like that before. So see if the suspect aims has done this before he has. So if you don't want to talk about that. Well, I think it has a lot to do with what happened. Just the other day. All right, six zero two two seven seven five eight two seven we want your reaction..

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"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"They may not treat you with respect. You think you deserve? But there is no reason to run. There's no reason to hide. There's no reason to instigate a fight. We see it every day. Exactly. Because it's been an endemic problem for decades. Sometimes it's the police. It's the police fault. No doubt. Okay. And sometimes it's the person in the car who's got drugs. Or is high or stole something, or assaulted attempt police officer and his awaiting trial. All right. Why don't we talk about that in a second or next, the family driven aims, Aisha Harper to kids in the car pulled over by the Phoenix police, and then we saw the chaos, there is a back story on driven aims, okay? He had another issue with police in two thousand eighteen does that have anything to do with how he acted just the other day. It's in a moment. All right. Becky Lynn gets us up to date right now in Arizona's news station. KTAR news flash. It's three sixteen. I'm Becky Lynn with three things you need to know right now beings, mayor, Kate guy go and police chief Jerry Williams wanna hear from you. They're holding a community meeting tonight over alleged abuse by police officers, and this meeting will be at six at pilgrim. Rest Baptist church, fourteenth street and Jefferson street. We're learning that four TSA agents have been taken urgent care and another one taken to the hospital after being attacked by a man who tried to rush through sky harbor security at terminal, four working to get more details. The Woodbury fire in the superstitions has grown now to forty thousand five hundred acres it, six percent contain the good thing is crews battling the blaze sate is not an immediate threat to any communities or homes right now. You're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station, KTAR news, check and traffic.

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"aisha harper" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Twenty-six bible, eight seven seven twenty-six bible seen on cellphone video being held at gunpoint and subjected to professor. Hannity lace commands by Phoenix police over a claim of shoplifting. By a four year old, the black couple in Phoenix will sue Aisha Harper, and our fiance, Trayvon Ames, who was on video seen having his leg kicked out from under him by Phoenix. Police officer who already had aims hands behind his back say, they do not accept apologies that have been given by the mayor of Phoenix and the police chief, honestly, it really hasn't done anything to help us 'cause feels like a half apology. They want the officers involved, fired the couple, he's filed a ten million dollar claim against the city saying their civil rights were violated by Phoenix. Police like stone, ABC names got Ragu pasta sauce in your pantry. It may have been recalled Illinois-based, mid skin America says it's recalling jars of pasta sauce over the possibility that they may contain plastic fragments to this point. There have been no complaints or injuries, the company saying it's launching the recall voluntarily out of an abundance of caution. Some grocery chains already telling customers not. Consume the sauce into instead, bring those jars in for a refund ABC's Ryan burrow in Chicago. No Harvard education for one of the MSG, highschool massacre survivors. The university revoking Kyle cashews acceptance over racist, social media, postings and text about two years ago before the February two thousand eighteen massacre,.

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"aisha harper" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"NBC News Radio. Mark Mayfield, President Trump claims that next week immigration and customs enforcement is going to begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have come into the country on Twitter Trump said those who have legally came into the country will be removed as fast as they came in. Trump also praised Mexico Guatemala for taking action to stop immigrants from coming to the US. However, he added that Democrats in congress aren't doing anything to curb illegal immigration, the US, sending one thousand more troops to the Middle East. This is to counter threats posed by Iran. Brian shook reports acting Defense Secretary patch Shanahan says the soldiers will be deployed for defensive purposes against possible threats from Iran tensions have been rising between the US and Iran in recent weeks. But Shanahan insists that the US doesn't seek war with Iran in the past week, the US has blamed Iran for attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Iran has denied responsibility for the attacks. Brian shook, NBC News Radio New York state is approving a Bill that will allow illegal immigrants to get driver's licenses. The state Senate approved the measure on Monday days after it was approved by the assembly. New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio says the law will make the streets safer and help illegal immigrants live their lives state. Attorney general, the tissue James says her office is ready to defend the new law. It's challenged in court, the law was quickly signed by governor Andrew Cuomo following its passage a man is dead. Following an exchange of gunfire with police at a federal building in downtown Dallas. The FBI identified the man is twenty two year old Brian CLYDE. They do not believe he was working with anyone else, speaking with reporters thirty said client was discharged from the army and twenty seventeen officers confronted CLYDE, every fired shots of the Earl Kabila federal, building and Pakistani lawmakers going viral after a press conference, he held was broadcast on Facebook live with can't filter, the filter gave a politician pink can't, here's a cute knows and whiskers as he spoke to journalists. The mistake was blamed on volunteer. You're listening to the latest from NBC. News Radio, President Trump or center, formerly launches reelection campaign. Tom Roberts has details. Trump will host of big rally in Orlando Tuesday night. He won Florida in two thousand sixteen and the sunshine state is high on the radar for the Trump campaign in twenty twenty Florida is a perennial battleground date in presidential election years. Police in Orlando are bracing for large crowds of Trump supporters in and around the Amway center and protesters to the center holds twenty thousand people Trump tweeted that there were roughly one hundred thousand requests for tickets, Tom Roberts NBC News Radio. Police in Toronto investigating a shooting that happened near a victory rally for the NBA champion Toronto. Raptors police say they've identified four victims related to the shooting. None of them have life threatening injuries. Three people were arrested and police recovered two guns, the shooting the rally and parade to a brief halt, investigators are asking the public pictures or videos from the area at the time of the shooting. The supreme court is giving Virginia Democrats win and a case involving racial gerrymandering Lisa Carter explains. Now highest. Court in the land said, Virginia's Republican land house of delegates did not have standing to challenge a lower court ruling that some of the state's legislative districts drawn in a way that puts minorities at a disadvantage. Republicans hold very narrow majorities Virginia's house and Senate all legislative seats on the ballot in elections. This fall, Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. The father involving the viral confrontation with Phoenix. Police says he believes cops were going to execute him cell phone video shows officers pointing guns and yelling threats driven aims and his pregnant fiancee, Aisha Harper and their two young daughters after the family said there took a doll from a Family Dollar store says it hurts. The officers involves still have jobs. Hip hop artist. Jay Z's company rock nations, providing legal support for the families. They are expected to file a ten million dollar lawsuit. Aims says his family does not accept the apologies from the Phoenix mayor and chief of police, and fashion icon and mom of CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, Gloria Vanderbilt has died. She was ninety five Mark Mayfield, NBC news. Radio if you ever wondered.

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"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News time, it's seven oh, two I'm Taylor Kiner up. Here's our top story, the family, alleging brutality against Phoenix. Police calls the apologies from the chief and mayor a sham reacting to this weekend statements from Phoenix. Police chief Jerry Williams and Phoenix. Mayor Kate geigo driven aims in his fiancee, Aisha Harper believed the apologies are not good enough. Officers are still working age is basically a slap in face is like putting some Limoges on open. Wound is just hurting us even more that they're still working attorney for the family, Tom horn, because of this physical brutality in the case where the individuals were one hundred percent compliant all of the time with no excuse for. It is the reason we've made a ten million dollar notice of claim Ali vetnar, KTAR news. And we now have the surveillance video from the dollar store, where Dr on Ames's daughter allegedly stole that doll to see the video, head to KTAR dot com KTAR is on parenting. Arizona ranks forty sixth in the US. S for child while being this is according to an anti E Casey foundation kids count data book report, the report looks at kids health education, economic wellbeing, and family and community. We rank forty fifth in kids economic wellbeing in Arizona thirty two percent of children are growing up in households that are spending a disproportionate amount of their income on housing it. So making sure that families have access to affordable housing is extremely important. Lisa Hamilton with the foundation says, kids get affected by the economy because the money gets spent on housing instead of kids food and clothe. She adds that overall twenty one percent of kids growing up in Arizona. Live in poverty. A former DPS crime lab employee was indicted on theft charges today. Talk Whittard of a crime lab. Supervisor allegedly stole rifle magazines ammunition and other firearm accessories from a lab storage facility and would take them home on multiple occasions. Whittard resigned. Two days after he was arrested earlier this year. He's facing fraud and theft charges. Now, let's get a check on traffic..

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"aisha harper" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

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"It is five o'clock. Here's our top story, the family, alleging brutality, against Phoenix PD calls, the apologies from the police chief and the mayor a sham we start our team coverage this afternoon with KTAR's alley vetnar reacting to this weekend statements from Phoenix. Police chief Jerry Williams and Phoenix. Mayor Kate geigo driven aims in his fiancee, Aisha Harper believed the apologies are not good enough. Officers are still working age is basically a slap in face is like putting some limits on open is just hurting us. Even more that they're still working attorney for the family, Tom horn, because of this physical brutality in the case where the individuals were one hundred percent compliant all of the time with no excuse for. It is the reason we've made a ten million dollar notice of claim Ali vetnar, KTAR news and I'm KTAR's Leon Phoenix. Police chief Jerry Williams joined Arizona's morning news today. She says she's receiving threats and calls for her resignation following the release. of the video williams says she was born and raised in the phoenix police department and if someone can fix it she is the person to do it i am the one who when we found out about this incident put put the employee's behind the desk i am not afraid of a challenge i am up for this challenge to rebuild trust in our community and arizona governor doug ducey is also speaking out he says this is disturbing and unacceptable he says he knows there's more to the story and he's withholding judgement on the officers actions until an investigation has done a community meeting about the incident will be held tomorrow night at six at pilgrim rest baptist church and phoenix live in the news center nylon k._t._a._r. news well it's five oh two now so let's get a look at traffic.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

07:59 min | 2 years ago

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"Slash goes. Lash. NPR. The Brian Lehrer show, mayor de Blasio rejects a proposal for chief integration. For the city schools is adamant. He will make sure that I wrote the effort to keep moving he has of Howard do. So anyone who want the accountability looked to him next time New York City schools? Chancellor Richard Carranza joins us live, also how not to talk to anti about the measles. The Brian Lehrer show, weekdays at ten AM on WNYC. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Noel king. And I'm Steve Inskeep. A time lapse video on social media shows an overhead view of street in Hong Kong Sunday early in the day. It fills with marching protestors who continue passing by that spot for hours and hours. And when the sun sets and the streetlights, come on people are still marching people were protesting an extradition, Bill with mainland China, which has now been delayed, but not killed suspending that proposed law was not enough for demonstrators who want to maintain Hong Kong's relative, freedom NPR's. Anthony Kuhn has been covering the story from Hong Kong, Anthony. What was it like to be out on the streets? It's an amazing experience. All I can say is that Hong Kong, people for the most part are mind, blowing Lee civic minded. You know, they just packed the streets all afternoon yesterday and in some places all night, and then they went home to sleep in the morning, and then a few hundred of them regrouped around the government offices, and Joshua. Wong came out of jail. He is a leader from the twenty fourteen protests, and he added his voice to the demands for Hong Kong's leader to step down for the Bill to be permanently scrammed. So it looks like limited protests will continue, but I think protesters in government regrouping in deciding what to do next. Let's remember some of the basics here. Hong Kong is controlled by China, but under an arrangement leftover from British times in which Hong Kong has more of a western style system has more free and open judiciary. And this proposal for an extradition law would allow people to be taken out of that system, arrested and taken to mainland China in a much less transparent system for trial. That's what has been protested some of the protests turned violent, of course in the past week with clashes between police and protesters did that happen on Sunday. No, it was completely peaceful because it's a different set of characters on the weekends you get families pushing strollers, and on, weekdays, you get a younger crowd kids in their teens and twenties and black shirts. Who are pessimistic, about the chances for nine nine violent protests, who succeed. The other thing is that the dynamic is shifted because the government is on the back foot they miscalculated public opinion, and they had to make this embarrassing climbdown of shelving. The Bill so protesters now want to press this advantage, you they've got, but it's not clear what else they can do. They called a general strike. But there's no evidence that it's doing a lot, Anthony. Thanks for the update. Sure. Thank Stephen, presented Q. And now let's bring in Charles Mok a pro democracy legislator in Hong Kong, as opposed to the extradition, Bill. Welcome to the program. Thank you, Steve. What was it like on the streets? Never seen so many people on the streets before the estimate was close to two million. But the more important thing is that there was no police around. What do you make of the absence of police? Well, I think, of course they were a bit concerned because of the accusation of police brutality on Wednesday last. Wednesday when they tried to clear the area around the legislative building. We believe that they had used excessive force. So obviously one of the topics of the demonstration was against these Taliban calling for an investigation. So people were not naturally wouldn't be very happy, if they see a lot of policemen around I want to ask one question about the extradition Bill itself. I understand the general concern that you would not if you could avoid it want to be taken out of Hong Kong's judicial system and moved into China's less transparent system, but chief executive Carrie Lam, the Hong Kong official has been pushing this legislation says it is not as bad as portrayed. Let's hear some of what she has to say. I'll proposal is based on existing legislation with a relevant human rights. Save Gus and procedural safeguards, including the role of the court and the fair and impartial. Judicial system of Hong Kong being fully maintained is this true. That even if the law were to pass that if you had a right to be tried in Hong Kong. It's where you'd be tried. Well, the legislation didn't really give out coach a lot of these power unlike, for example, a Canadian coach with the lady from law way, if there's a similar situation happening in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong will have to turn the person over to China or another jurisdiction. We got this, this is an interesting comparison, you're noting that Chinese business executive was arrested in Canada on the request of the United States. But the extradition is proven to be rather intricate and drawn out affair. You're saying that would not be the case in Hong Kong where China in Hong Kong because indignation court, they would have the right under Daniel to allow the defendants who defend ourselves to prove to the Canadian poet that the American accusation may not be accurate. So imagine that this case is happening in Hong Kong that there's an attempt by Chinese authorities to expedite an American. He actually he'll she actually would not have those rights, that this person is currently enjoying in Canada. Would this Bill passed if it were before the legislature, well, it would because in Hong Kong, we have a staint situation that people like myself from the pro democracy camp? We had the minority in the legislature because of the design of the system we always into minority. So that's why people want universal suffrage real democracy in Hong Kong. But we didn't get that. So a very unpopular model as long as the government wants to push through they'll get it. I want to ask one other question, and it's about the long-term as you know, very well. Of course, the reason that Hong Kong has different rights and different judicial system than the rest of China is because that was agreed to as Britain left Hong Kong in nineteen Ninety-seven China agreed to maintain certain rights in Hong Kong for fifty years until twenty forty seven do you think in the long term that Hong Kong is going to be able to maintain its freedoms that is actually the biggest concern. That we have in Hong Kong among activists, and pro democracy advocates because of for example, in the basic mole in the joint declaration between the UK and China, we were promised that we are going to have universal suffrage, real democracy. But we have waited for twenty two years and still nowhere in sight. In the meantime, a lot of these issues reading this expedition amendment Bill attempt that would make hauling hall more like China, and that its outcome said we want to keep Hong Kong a feed place. And we wanted this English outselling. We wanted sure this one country, two system really works, Charles Mok, who is a legislator in Hong Kong. Thank you so much. Thank you. All right. Video of police officers in Phoenix. Arizona has gone viral, the officers yell curse and point their guns at a young black family. Mayor Kate, diago apologize for what happened and she's organized a community meeting at a local Baptist church. Daniel, Pearl of member station. K J Z has the latest on this story and just a quick note. Some listeners might find this story disturbing. The incident began when employees at nearby dollar store told police to black women in two kids stolen toys, after arresting one of the women on prior charges before the car pulls way police, then follow the car and pulled over twenty two year old drive on aims and his twenty four year old fiancee Aisha Harper near their apartment complex in central Phoenix. The video shows what happened next..

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08:02 min | 2 years ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on KCRW

"Any eligible now streaming only on Hulu. We are starting today fairly sucked in nearly cloud cover should melt off by mid morning inland and of the early afternoon along the coast for the downtown area today. Highs and lower seventies for the beaches in the south bay looked to the upper sixties and in the inland empire. Mid eighties on the freeways right now on the five north to ten on transition road there, there's a collision on that connector road in San demus Fifty-seven north at via Verde collision there and in corona on the ninety one past Ninety-one pass Lincoln avenue incident there. It's five oh, seventy KCRW. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Noel king. And I'm Steve Inskeep. A time lapse video on social media shows an overhead view of a street in Hong Kong Sunday early in the day. It fills with marching protestors who continue passing by that spot for hours and hours. And when the sun sets and the streetlights, come on people are still marching people were protesting an extradition, Bill with mainland China, which has now been delay. Laid, but not killed suspending that proposed law was not enough for demonstrators who want to maintain Hong Kong's, relative, freedom, NPR's. Anthony Kuhn has been covering the story from Hong Kong, Anthony. What was it like to be out on the streets? It's an amazing experience. All I can say is that Hong Kong, people for the most part are mind, blowing Lee civic minded. You know, they just packed the streets all afternoon yesterday and in some places all night, and then they went home to sleep in the morning, and then a few hundred of them regrouped around the government, offices, and Joshua Wong came out of jail. He is a leader from the twenty fourteen protests. And he added his voice to the demands for Hong Kong's leader to step down for the Bill to be permanently scrapped. So it looks like limited protests will continue, but I think protesters in government, or regrouping in deciding what to do next. Okay, let's remember some of the basics here, Hong Kong is controlled by China, but under an arrangement leftover from British times in which Hong Kong. Has more of a western style system has more free and open judiciary. And this proposal for an extradition law would allow people to be taken out of that system, arrested and taken to mainland China in a much less transparent system for trial. That's what has been protested some of the protest turned violent, of course in the past week with clashes between police and protesters did that happen on Sunday. No, it was completely peaceful because it's a different set of characters on the weekends you get families pushing strollers, and on, weekdays, you get a younger crowd kids in their teens and twenties. And black shirts who are pessimistic, about the chances for nine non violent protests, who succeed. The other thing is that the dynamic is shifted because the government is on the back foot. They miscalculated public opinion in, they had to make this embarrassing climbdown of shelving. The Bill so protesters now want to press this advantage of they've got, but it's not clear what else they can do. They called a general strike. But there's no. Evidence that it's doing a lot, Anthony. Thanks for the update. Sure, thanks even presented a q. And now let's bring in Charles Mok a pro democracy legislator in Hong Kong, as opposed to the extradition Bill, welcome to the program. Thank you, Steve. What was it like on the streets? Never seen so many people on the streets before the estimate was supposed to two million. But the more important thing is that there was no police around. What do you make of the absence of police? Well, of course, they were a bit concerned because of the accusations of police brutality on Wednesday, last Wednesday when they tried to clear the area around the legislative building. We believed that they had used excessive false. So obviously one of the topics of the demonstration was against these Taliban calling for an investigation. So people were not naturally wouldn't be very happy, if they see a lot of these Monroe, I want to ask one question about the extradition Bill itself. I understand the general concern that you would not if you could avoid it want to be taken out of Hong Kong's. Judicial system and moved into China's less transparent system, but chief executive Carrie Lam, the Hong Kong official has been pushing this legislation says it is not as bad as portrayed. Let's hear some of what she has to say. I'll proposal is based on existing legislation with a relevant human rights safeguards and procedural safeguards, including the role of the court and a fair and impartial judicial system of home, call being fully maintained, there's this true that even if the law were to pass that if you had a right to be tried in Hong Kong, it's where you'd be tried. Well, the legislation didn't really give out coach a lot of these power. Unlike, for example, the Canadian, quote with the lady from law way, if there's a similar situation happening in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong, what would have to turn the person over to China or another jurisdiction, regardless? This is an interesting comparison, you're noting that a Chinese business executive was arrested in Canada, on the request of the United States for the extradition is prove. To be rather intricate and drawn out affair. You're saying that, that would not be the case in Hong Kong where China. Case in Hong Kong, because indicated in court, they would have the right under Daniel to allow the defendant to defend ourselves to prove to the Canadian poet that the American accusation may not be accurate. So imagine that this case is happening in Hong Kong that as an attempt by the Chinese authorities to extradite, and American he actually or she actually would not have those rights, that this person is currently enjoying in Canada. Would this Bill passed if it were before the legislature, well, it would because in Hong Kong, we have a situation that people like myself from the pro democracy camp? We had the minority in the legislature because of the design of the system we always into minority. So that's why people want universal suffrage real democracy in Hong Kong. But we didn't get that. So a very unpopular law as long as the government wants to push through they'll get it. I want to ask one other question, and it's about the long-term as you know, very well. Of course. The reason that Hong Kong has different rights and different judicial system than the rest of China is because that was agreed to as Britain left Hong Kong in nineteen Ninety-seven China agreed to maintain certain rights in Hong Kong for fifty years until twenty forty seven do you think in the long term that Hong Kong is going to be able to maintain its freedoms that is actually the biggest concern that we have in Hong Kong among activists, and pro democracy advocates because, for example, in the basic model in the joint declaration between the UK and China, we were promised that we are going to have you divisional suffrage, real democracy. But we have waited for twenty two years and still nowhere in sight. In the meantime, a lot of these issues reading this current expedition amendment Bill attempt that would make Hong hall more like China. And that is out concern. We want to keep Hong Kong, a free place and we wanted distinguish ourselves and we want to make sure that one country, two system really works. Charles Mok, who is a legislator in Hong Kong. Thank you so much. Thank you. All right. Video of police officers in Phoenix. Arizona has gone viral, the officers yell curse and point their guns at a young black family, mayor cake, geigo apologize for what happened and she's organized a community meeting at local Baptist church. Daniel, Pearl of member station. K J, Z Z has the latest on this story and just a quick note. Some listeners might find this story disturbing. The incident began when implies that nearby dollar store told police to black women in two kids at stolen toys, after arresting one of the women on prior charges before the car pulls away. Police then follow the car and pulled over twenty two year old drive on aims and his twenty four year old fiancee Aisha Harper near their apartment complex in central Phoenix. The video shows would happen next..

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

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"A pregnant woman holding a baby their four year old daughter had stolen doll unbeknownst to them CBS's Jonathan vigilante has more. Cell phone video captured the chaos. Phoenix police officers at times sounded like hitman. SUV driven aims his pregnant fiancee. Aisha Harper along with her two young children to slow down in those Kansas might there, the woman behind these cell phone video asking to take the kids. Gave me the crime sparked it all adult allegedly taken by one of the children from nearby. Family Dollar store. The family is now suing the city of Phoenix for ten million dollars, claiming their civil rights were violated. It was on this date nineteen seventy seventy-two, the break in that ended with the resignation of president Richard Nixon, the scandal brought down a president, but it started as a break in at the democratic headquarters at the hotel Watergate in the early morning hours of June seventeenth as reported at the time by CBS news. Correspondent George Herman security guard at the Watergate complex, which houses, the Democratic National Committee notice tampering with locks last night and called the police and Democratic Party officials. The police found five men crouched behind desks, a small news item at the time that would eventually consume the nation, but Michigan CBS news. Something for the kids and Peabody. This summer, the pop up kids museum called curious city will remain open. It was supposed to. At the end of the month. Officials say they made the decision because of the museum's popularity Bruins fans cringe a little this morning. City of Saint Louis still buzzing days after the blues took home their franchises first ever Stanley Cup big part of the city lined the streets downtown celebrating the victory this weekend. Alexis zone Toews has more understatement for what St Louis experience on this historic day. It's blowing my mind. It's incredible. I don't think we can see them all about.

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KCRW

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on KCRW

"This KCRW. It's thrill seven. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Noel king. I'm Steve Inskeep. A time lapse video on social media shows an overhead view of a street in Hong Kong Sunday early in the day. It fills with marching protestors who continue passing by that spot for hours and hours. And when the sunsets and the streetlights, come on people are still marching, they're protesting an extradition Bill with mainland China, which is now been delayed by the Hong Kong government, but not yet killed suspending that law was not enough for demonstrators who want to maintain Hong Kong's relative freedoms, and piers. Anthony q Kyun has been covering the story from Hong Kong, Anthony. What was it like to be out on the streets? It's an amazing experience. All I can say is that Hong Kong, people for the most part are mind, blowing Lee civic minded. You know, they just packed the streets all afternoon yesterday and in some places all night, and then they went home to sleep in the. Morning and then a few hundred and regrouped around the government, offices, and Joshua Wong came out of jail. He is a leader from the twenty fourteen protests, and he ended his voice to the demands for Hong Kong's leader to step down for the Bill to be permanently scrap. So it looks like limited protests will continue, but I think protesters in government regrouping in deciding what to do next. Let's remember some of the basics here. Hong Kong is controlled by China, but under an arrangement leftover from British times in which Hong Kong has more of a western style system has more free and open judiciary. And this proposal for an extradition law would allow people to be taken out of that system, arrested and taken to mainland China in a much less transparent system for trial. That's what has been protested some of the protest turned violent, of course in the past week with clashes between police and protesters did that happen on Sunday. No, it was completely peaceful because it's a different set of characters on the weekends. You get families pushing. Strollers, and on, weekdays, you get a younger crowd kids in their teens and twenties. And black shirts who are pessimistic, about the chances for nine non violent protests to succeed. The other thing is that the dynamic has shifted because the government is on the back foot. They miscalculated public opinion in, they had to make this embarrassing climbdown shelving. The Bill so protesters now want to press this advantage of they've got, but it's not clear what else they can do. They called a general strike, but there's no evidence that it's doing a lot, Anthony. Thanks for the update. Sure. Thank Stephen presented. And now let's bring in Charles Mok a pro democracy legislator in Hong Kong, as opposed to the extradition, Bill. Welcome to the program. Thank you, Steve. What was it like on the streets? Never seen so many people on the streets before the estimate was close to two million. But the more important thing is that there was no police around. What do you make of the absence of police? Well. I think, of course they were a bit concerned because of the accusation police brutality on Wednesday last Wednesday. When they tried to clear the area around the legislative feuding, we believe that they had us excessive false. So obviously one of the topics of the demonstration against these Taliban calling for an investigation. So people were not naturally wouldn't be very happy, if they see a lot of you for these men, arou-, I want to ask one question about the extradition Bill itself. I understand the general concern that you would not if you could avoid it want to be taken out of Hong Kong's judicial system and moved into China's less transparent system, but chief executive carry lamb the Hong Kong official has been pushing this legislation says it is not as bad as portrayed. Let's hear some of what she has to say. I'll proposal is based on existing legislation with a relevant human rights safeguards and procedural safeguards, including the role of the court. And the fair and impartial judicial system of home, call being fully maintained, there's this true that even if the law were to pass that if you had a right to be tried in Hong Kong. It's where you'd be tried. Well, the legislation didn't really give out coach a lot of these power, unlike, for example, Canadian coach with the lady from law way if there's a similar situation happening in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong would have to turn the person over to China or another jurisdiction, regardless. This is an interesting comparison. You're noting that Chinese business executive was arrested in Canada on the request of the United States. The extradition is proven to be rather intricate and drawn out affair you're saying that, that would not be the case in Hong Kong where China Hong Kong because indicated unquote they would have the right under Daniel to allow the defendants to defend ourselves to, to the Canadian poet that the American accusation may not be accurate, so imagined at this. As has happening in Hong Kong that there's an attempt by the Chinese authorities to expedite and American he actually he'll, she actually would not have those rights, that this person is currently enjoying in Canada. Would this Bill passed if it were before the legislature, well, it would because in Hong Kong, we have a staint situation that people like myself from the pro-democracy Cam, we had the minority in the legislature because of the design of the system we always into minority. So that's why people want universal suffrage real democracy in Hong Kong. But we didn't get that. So very unpopular law as long as the government wants to push through they'll get it. I want us one other question it's about the long-term as you know, very well. Of course, the reason that Hong Kong has different rights and different judicial system than the rest of China is because that was agreed to as Britain left Hong Kong in nineteen Ninety-seven China agreed to maintain certain rights in Hong Kong for fifty years until twenty forty seven do you. In the long term that Hong Kong is going to be able to maintain its freedoms that is actually the biggest concern that we have in Hong Kong among activists, and pro democracy advocates because, for example, in the basic mole in the joint declaration between the UK and China, we were promised that we are going to have universal suffrage, real democracy. But we had waited for twenty two years and still nowhere in sight. In the meantime, a lot of these issues routing this current expedition amendment Bill attempt that would make hauling hall more light China and that is out concerned, we want to keep Hong Kong replace, and we wanted to outsell than we want to make sure this one country, two system really works Charles Mark who is a legislator in Hong Kong. Thank you so much. Thank you. All right. Video of police officers in Phoenix. Arizona has gone viral, the officers yell curse and point their guns at a young black family, mayor, Kate, geigo apologize for what happened and she's organized a community meeting at local Baptist church. Daniel, Pearl of member station. K J Z has the latest on this story and just a quick note. Some listeners might find this story disturbing. The incident began when employee's that nearby dollar store told police to black women in two kids stolen toys, after resting one of the women on prior charges before the car pulls away. Police then follow the car pulled over twenty two year old drive on aims and his twenty four year old fiancee, Aisha Harper near their apartment complex in central Phoenix. The video shows what happened next..

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News Radio 690 KTSM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"aisha harper" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Mark Mayfield. President Trump wants healthcare to be a pillar of his twenty twenty reelection campaign in an interview on ABC news. Trump said the public will soon get an idea of his healthcare plan to have the concept of the plan. And it'll be cloudy with the plan, we'll be announcing that about too much. Maybe less Trump said healthcare is the big piece of unfinished business from his first term that he plans to tackle if he's re-elected Trump explained that his administration has stabilized ObamaCare and made it serviceable, but it's still not great more people are coming around to the idea of supporting the possible impeachment of President, Trump, a new NBC news, Wall Street Journal poll says twenty-seven percent of people think there's enough evidence to begin impeachment proceedings just last month. There was only seventeen percent forty eight percent of Democrats believe the president should be impeached from thirty percent last month while just six percent of Republicans feel that Trump should be removed from office. The mayor of Phoenix is issuing an apology following nationwide. Outrage over. A video which shows the disturbing arrest of a black mother and father, Medicaid, geigo took to Twitter this weekend to call the actions of the to Phoenix PD officers completely inappropriate and clearly unprofessional the cell phone video taken by a witness shows officers who were not wearing body cams pointing guns and yelling threats at twenty two year old dream on aims, his pregnant fiancee, Aisha Harper and their two young daughters after the family said their daughter took a doll from a dollar store and eighty five pound catfish is breaking records at the Okie noodling tournament and festival in Oklahoma on Saturday, Nate Williams showed off his large catch at the event at Wacker park in Paul's valley. Nobody has ever caught a heavier fish in the twenty year history of the event William steady and where scuba gear in the tournament because the water in the lake was extra high due to all the flooding and golfer, Gary woodland is celebrating his first major victory after winning the one hundred nineteenth US open on Sunday at Pebble Beach, woodland shot, I sixty nine in Sunday's final round to finish thirteen hundred par for the tournament. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio, California, Democratic congressman. Adam Schiff says US intelligence agencies are turning their efforts against Russian election meddling, even if President Trump is not, we've had a heightened focus on Russian meddling in our elections. There have been persistent concerns about Russia and other nations preparing, the battlefield in terms, our energy grid. That was the house intelligence committee chairman's response during an interview on CBS's Face the nation to New York Times report, which details US efforts to penetrate, Russia's power grid times cited a senior intelligence official as saying, we aren't doing things at a scale that we never contemplated a few years ago in regards to digital attacks against Russia. The president tweeted about the article saying it's not true while calling it a virtual act of treason shifts said, the most disturbing part of the times, article is the fact that security officials within the Trump administration felt, they couldn't tell him because they felt he might compromise that information is rarely Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that a new settlement in the Golan Heights is going to be named after President Trump at a ceremony on Sunday. Netanyahu said it's going to be called Trump heights US Disraeli flags were displayed as well though. Building hasn't started. US investor David Friedman attended the ceremony and said that the naming of the settlement after Trump was much appreciated. However, critics called the move a publicity stunt Israel seized the Golan Heights from Syria after the nineteen sixty seven Middle East war, and.

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