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"alameda police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"alameda police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It clear that police shouldn't be the ones to respond to every call. We do not need a stronger life force mate. We need resource is we need rehabilitation centers. We need substance abuse programs. We need mental health resource is, officers say they first approached Gonzalez and response to 2911 calls about a man acting strangely. Police say Gonzalez suffered an unspecified and fatal medical emergency after officers tried to place his hands behind his back. Multiple investigations into Gonzalez is death or underway. I'm Sarah Hussainy. KQED knows potential reforms at the Alameda Police Department could be on the horizon. The City Council has set a meeting for this Saturday afternoon to discuss potential changes to the way officers interact with the public. The Bay Area news group reports. The proposals include having mental health workers for respond to certain 911 calls. Instead of police officers in the creation of a citizen's advisory board to review police policies. Alameda police and dispatchers could end up getting training on responding to 911 incidents. And the city could launch a campaign to get people to call other numbers instead of 911. U S Senator Alex Padilla plans to sponsor a bill that would increase protection for more than a million acres of public lands in California. The bill would protect more than 500 miles of California rivers, create trails and bike paths and establish visitor centers in the Bay Area. That would mean an expansion for Richmond's Rosie the Riveter National Historic Park. Senator Padilla, in announcing the bill yesterday, says the proposal is important because preserving natural resource is tackles. The underlying causes of climate change, and it brings additional federal resource is to bear The problems we face today, including managing wildfires safely preserving clean water and reversing pollution. The bill passed the house with bipartisan support in February. It will soon go to the Senate for a vote. Hundreds of environmental groups are asking the Biden administration to change its approach to plastic pollution. A coalition of them brought over 100,000 petitions to the environmental Protection Agency San Francisco office yesterday. They want the Biden administration to ban single use plastics and stop the federal subsidy of plastic production. The center for Biological Diversities Stephanie proof for their demanding it because their health depends on it, and they're demanding it because their lives are at stake. The EPA says it will review the petitions. I'm Brian What KQED news As more and more adults get vaccinated against Kobe 19.

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"alameda police department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"alameda police department" Discussed on KOMO

"Afford to write greyhounds. Jokes aside, the experience upset the comedian. He sued the U. S government, saying in a statement. He'll never forget the quote, harassment and humiliation he suffered now, the spokesman review reports. The government is paying L Shiki a $35,000 settlement. Another litigant who was subjected to a similar stop will receive the same amount. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news someone whose time 1 10 time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. Here's Eric Heights. You say Kikuchi took a no hit bid into the seventh inning tailored for Mel homered as the Mariners beat the Astros won nothing to avoid a four game series sweep. Coach. He did not allow a hit until there was one out in the seventh inning. The M's are home tonight for three games serious hosting the Ella Angels. Then they play the Baltimore Orioles A T Mobile park during the first half of next week. Window Markup Crew Regatta returns to Seattle's Motley cut this weekend this year, the Huskies will face the University of California and dual races instead of a larger field made up of teams from the East Coast and across the Atlantic Ocean. No large group of fans will be allowed to gather. But women's head coach Yaz, Farouq says the lack of Spectators want affect their effort during the race. We know that the action on the water is going to be as great as ever, and so from the athlete, the student athlete perspective, all of them are really focused on what it is going to take to put their best. Race forward. Races began at 8 30 Saturday morning and Hideki Matsui Yam I received the prime minister's award in Tokyo for winning the Masters Golf tournament. He's the first Japanese winner at Augusta National. Sports A 10 and 40. Minutes past the hour. I'm Eric Heights Coma News earlier this month man in California died after police pinned him to the ground. And this week body camera footage from the incident was made public A B C's Matt Gutman explains what happened. The lawyer for the family of Mario Gonzales, California man who died after officers restrain him by putting their knees on his back, telling ABC News the family intends to file a federal civil rights lawsuit against the Alameda Police Department. He was harmless. He hadn't threatened anybody and you know, he just wasn't a danger. They had not even trying to even try to be handcuffing him anyways. The incident began with 2911 calls on April 19th when a seemingly disturbed man, there's a man My front yard, talking to himself with officers and counter Gonzalez, their body cameras rolling. He appears to be incoherent, but not aggressive. The officer's point out the alcohol in those baskets. I'm concerned about this open container and trying to lead him away from over here. We don't want you to fall down, okay when they twist his arms behind his back Gonzalez resists as they struggle. It's okay. Maria. Oh, my God. We're gonna take care of you. Okay? Least one officer abused his knee on Gonzales is back. It stays there for over two minutes and 30 seconds. We could roll them on the side. I don't want to lose that I got 15. Seconds later, they realized Gonzales is no longer moving. We have no weight on his chest. They attempted CPR for the next five minutes, but he later died at the hospital. Leaving behind a four year old son. Police department is to explain why a perfectly healthy man who was never charged with a crime. Was killed in their custody. Lawyer for the officers involved says they're all heartbroken that Gonzales died but says that he was very intoxicated at the time Now the Alameda City Council calling for a special session to revise its police departments, use of force policies and its response to mental health calls A B C's Matt Gutman Another state considers legalizing marijuana. ABC is Jim Ryan says that Louisiana would be the first Southern state to allow recreational pot use medical marijuana is already legal in Louisiana, but Republican State representative Richard Nelson wants to expand the law in order to take all the money from the drug dealers in the cartels and taxes to put it's a legitimate businesses in the past, Governor John Bel Edwards has refused to even consider the possibility. But he now says, I'm not gonna speculate. On that, But I do have great interest in that built. The Louisiana House will debate the proposal next week. Generally in ABC News come on news time. 1 14 traffic.

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"alameda police department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"alameda police department" Discussed on KOMO

"A Seattle pitcher. Yeah, they needed it. You say Kikuchi got no hitter into the seventh inning With one out in the seventh, he finally gave up one hit. That was the only hit. He surrendered the whole night in seven full innings and Taylor Carmel gave him the only running needed with the home run and the Mariners beat, the Astros won nothing of what he got four game sweep and ending a four game losing streak. Coochie wind up going seven shutout innings and struck out seven managers got service couldn't think of enough good things to say about him story. The game didn't get any bigger than that, you know, shut that team down, really take a no hitter there into the seventh. Against one of the better lineups in the American League. Some tough news before the game, though lefty Marco Gonzalez, considered the ace of the staff becomes the third Mariners starting pitcher To go on the injured list Illness. At least a couple starts with the left forearm strain. Seattle welcoming the Los Angeles Angels to town tonight. Quarterbacks were chosen with the first three picks of the NFL draft. Yet today no surprise Jacksonville took Clemson's Trevor Lawrence B. Y U's Zach Wilson went second of the Jets and North Dakota State's Trey Lance head into the 40 Niners that number three just the third time quarterbacks were taken with each of the first three picks. Former Huskies Joe try on selected with the 32nd and last pick of the first round by Tampa Bay. Sports at 10 £40 each hour, Tom Butler come on, Who's come on, Whose time 7 12. Earlier this month, A man in California died after police pinned him to the ground. Well now the body camera footage has been made public lawyer for the family of Mario Gonzales, the California man who died after officers restrain him by putting their knees on his back, telling ABC News the family intends to file a federal civil rights lawsuit. Against the Alameda Police Department. He was harmless. He had threatened anybody and, you know, he just wasn't a danger. They had no right, even trying to even try to be handcuffing him anyways. The incident began with 2911 calls on April 19th when a seemingly disturbed man, there's a man in my front yard, talking to himself. Would officers encounter Gonzalez, their body cameras rolling. He appears to be incoherent, but not aggressive. The officer's point out the alcohol and those baskets. I'm concerned about this open container and trying to lead him away from over here. We don't want you to fall down, okay when they twist his arms behind his back. Gonzalez resists as they struggle. It's okay. Maria. Oh, my God. We're gonna take care of you. Okay? Just one officer accused his knee on Gonzales is back. It stays there for over two minutes and 30 seconds. We could roll them on the side. I don't want to lose like 15. Seconds later, they realized Gonzalez is no longer moving. We have no weight on his chest. They attempted CPR for the next five minutes, but he later died at the hospital. Leaving behind a four year old son Police department is to explain why a perfectly healthy man who was never charged with the crime. Was killed in their custody Lawyer for the officers involved says they're all heartbroken that Gonzalez died but says that he was very intoxicated at the time now the Alameda City Council calling for a special session to revise its police departments, use of force policies and its response to mental health calls. She's Matt Gutman with that story. Dozens of people have been killed in a stampede at a religious festival in Israel, but he seemed desperately trying to tear down mental barriers to make room for the Russian mob. A massive crowd sent into a panic. Ambulances and helicopters raced to the holy site. Help free those.

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"alameda police department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"alameda police department" Discussed on KOMO

"Morning. Good morning at a busy day for the Mariners as they come home after their road trip, of course that finished yesterday in Houston. The Mariners. You say Kikuchi took a no head bit into the seventh inning. Taylor Trammel homered and Americans beat the Astros won Nothing avoiding a four game sweep. Kikuchi wanted going seven shutout innings, gave up just that one hit struck out seven. Manager Scott Service couldn't think of enough good things to say about him story. The game doesn't get bigger than that shut that team down, really taking no hitter there into the seventh. Against one of the better lineups in the American League. Some tough news before the game, lefty Marco Gonzalez, considered the ace of the staff, almost at least a couple starts with left forearm strain. Seattle welcomes the Los Angeles Angels to town tonight featuring Mike Trotted Shohei Otani quarterbacks were chosen with the first three picks of the NFL draft last night. Jacksonville started it off. Taking Clemson's Trevor Lawrence B. Y U's Zach Wilson What second of the Jets North Dakota State's Trey Lance now heads to the 40 Niners that marks just the third time quarterbacks were taken with each of the first three picks in the draft. Former Husky Joe Tryon was selected with a 32nd pick last night of the first round by Tampa Bay. The defending Super Bowl champions Sports The tender 40 past each hour. Tom Cutler, come on news. Come on, Whose time 5 12. Earlier this month, A man in California died after police pinned him to the ground. And now the body camera footage has been made public lawyer for the family of Mario Gonzales, the California man who died after officers restrain him by putting their knees on his back, telling ABC News the family intends to file a federal civil rights lawsuit. Against the Alameda Police Department. He was harmless. He hadn't threatened anybody and you know, he just wasn't a danger. They had no right, even trying to even try to be handcuffing him anyways. The incident began with 2911 calls on April 19th when a seemingly disturbed man, there's a man in my front yard, talking to himself. What officers encounter Gonzalez, their body cameras rolling. He appears to be incoherent, but not aggressive. The officer's point out the alcohol and those baskets. I'm concerned about this open container and try to lead him away from over here. We don't want you to fall down, okay when they twist his arms behind his back Gonzalez resists as they struggle. It's okay. Maria for Oh, my God. We're gonna take care of you. Okay? Always. One officer accused his knee on Gonzales is back. It stays there for over two minutes and 30 seconds way could roll them on the side. I don't want to lose that I 15 seconds later, they realized Gonzales is no longer moving. We have no weight on his chest. They attempted CPR for the next five minutes, but he later died at the hospital. Leaving behind a four year old son. Police department is to explain why a perfectly healthy man who was never charged with the crime. Was killed in their custody. Lawyer for the officers involved says they're all heartbroken that Gonzales died but says that he was very intoxicated at the time Now the Alameda City Council calling for a special session to revise its police departments, use of force policies and its response to mental health calls. NBC's Matt Gutman reporting dozens of people have been killed in a stampede at a religious festival in Israel, but he seemed desperately trying to tear down mental barriers to make room for the Russian mob. A massive crowd sent into a panic. Ambulances and helicopters raced to the holy site. Help free those trapped All of a sudden these are paramedics from madam whatever running by like mid CPR on kids as.

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"alameda police department" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"alameda police department" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A Snapchat video that won't go away. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News, and this morning the legal drama it caused, will play out at the Supreme Court at issue. How free is the speech of a student outside of school? Fox is seven. Brown is on the case Live and Dave back in 2017 Brandy Levi use some choice language and posed for a rood photo when complaining on Snapchat about not making the cheer squad in her high school in eastern Pennsylvania. School, then suspended her from activities. But she sued on First Amendment grounds, saying she made the post on a weekend. Not at school. The school says they have every right to police students, social media due to online bullying but leave. He claims there was no bullying as per her post was not directed at any one person. Now the Supreme Court will decide they've I've been a judge in North Carolina today will consider authorizing the release of body cam footage of a black man shooting that's been pro tested for a week. Several arrested last night clashing with police enforcing a curfew Andrew Brown junior's families, his deputies executed him, The sheriff says the footage does not tell the whole story. There's a similar case in California and a native police officers murdered my brother, Mario Gerardo Gonzalez, joined protesters outside the Alameda Police Department. He said his brother did not die of a medical emergency during us. Awful as police have said It happened in the park. Earlier this month, Neighbors had called police saying he appeared to be on drugs. Put your hands behind your back. Okay. Within a few moments, there's struggle as officers put him to the ground yourself short center. Gonzalez later died then. Really With Fox to TV President Biden will talk to us tonight from Congress pushing a plan. Republicans are already pushing back.

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26 Year Old Father, Caretaker Dies in Alameda Police Custody

Pacifica Evening News

01:07 min | 1 year ago

26 Year Old Father, Caretaker Dies in Alameda Police Custody

"The family of an Allen need a man is demanding answers after 26 year old Mario Gonzalez died in police custody on Monday. Gonzales had a four year old son and was a caretaker for his 22 year old brother, who has autism. Family members save the Alameda Police have been withholding both information about Gonzales and his body. Alameda Police Department released a statement saying that Gonzales suffered a medical emergency while in their custody. Family members say the 26 year old was healthy and suffered no medical conditions. They want his body back so they can conduct an independent autopsy. George Galvis of communities United for restorative Youth justice charges. Police have begun to release statements to smear Gonzales, calling him a suspect and a possible theft. Office called the statement that continuation of the familiar pattern of criminalizing those killed by law enforcement in an attempt to discourage support and empathy.

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