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"albany police" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 4 months ago

"albany police" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news. I'm lakshmi sang a woman who has accused new york governor. Andrew cuomo of groping her has filed a criminal complaint with local sheriff's office. Npr's hansie lo wong reports though. Women's allegations were also part of an independent civil investigation led by new york state attorney general which concluded that the democratic governor sexually harassed multiple women the criminal complaint against governor. Andrew cuomo was found thursday with albany. County sheriff's office. The new york state attorney. General's report describes the woman as an executive assistant to cuomo alleges. The governor reached under her shirt and grabbed her breast. Cuomo has denied that this incident took place spokesperson for cuomo says in a statement that the governor's office referred the allegations to the albany police in march when they first became public meanwhile state lawmakers say they're close to concluding an impeachment investigation against cuomo on zee long. Npr news new york. The nearly four hundred thirty. Three thousand acre dixie fire northern california is now the largest wildfire in this country. Npr's kirk siegler reports. It's also the nation's top priority fire as it continues to threaten neighborhoods and whole town. Several hours north of sacramento. The forecast is a bit more favorable with wins. Dying down some fire. Managers say in the past twenty four hours. The dixie fire grew by an extraordinary one. Hundred thousand acres. Sergio arianna is a spokesman for the fire. Response the fire is very aggressive. The wind conditions are not helping fire. Ecologists sale lower intensity fire across this landscape is needed given the overgrown forests. But the dixie fire is being fueled by extreme drought and it's moving fast posing unnatural and dangerous conditions for firefighters and people in its path. Kirk siegler. Npr news sacramento. Manny scientists say extreme weather conditions are made worse by climate change exxon's been dropped from climate advocacy group. It helped create the climate leadership council announced. Its decision more than a month after a secret recording captured an exxon lobbyists suggesting the company's public commitment to a carbon tax was disingenuous exxon. Ceo darren woods has denounced the remark today. The company issued a statement saying the climate advocacy groups. Decision is disappointing. Preliminary results from a study. In south africa shows. The johnson and johnson cova nineteen vaccine is extremely effective at preventing death from corona virus infection. Here's npr's joe palca their study involved. Nearly half a million healthcare workers older than eighteen. It was designed to see whether a single dose of the j. j. vaccine would protect healthcare workers from hospitalizations and death from cova nineteen a preliminary analysis of the data showed that the vaccine was between ninety one and ninety five percent effective in preventing deaths although protection against hospitalizations dropped to about sixty five percent. The vaccine appeared equally effective against the beta variant of the virus which originally appeared in south africa and the delta variant currently circulating in the united states joe palca. Npr news it's npr. The roar of motorcycles and big crowds can be heard in the black hills of south dakota where the sturgis motorcycle rally is being held about. Seven hundred thousand people were projected to turn out. Megan fury with south dakota public broadcasting reports rally was raising fears about spreading the corona virus with many attendees mask close in twenty twenty. Some researchers say it was a super spreader. Many worry. the same thing will happen this year. over fifty. Four percent of south dakota twelve and older are fully vaccinated but it's unknown. How many out of state rally goers will be vaccinated sturgis mayor mark karston says the city is not coordinating vaccine opportunities or requiring masks. He says a new city. Ordinance allowing people to carry alcohol outside may help with social distancing wander around and taking the crowd and the motorcycles and law sitting outside to help create more social distances. These sturgis motorcycle. Rally goes until august fifteenth for npr news. I'm meghan fury in rapid city. Millions of dehumidifiers in north america are now subject to a recall. The consumer product safety commission is looking at products made buy new. Why tech that could overheat and burst into flames. The recall covers two million dehumidifiers in the united states. Roughly three hundred eighty thousand in canada and an additional twenty five thousand in mexico. The associated press reports that new tech is aware of more than one hundred cases of its products overheating and or catching fire that caused a total of seventeen million dollars in property damage. Ap says no injuries have been reported. This is npr news..

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NY Speaker authorizes Cuomo impeachment investigation

710 WOR Programming

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

NY Speaker authorizes Cuomo impeachment investigation

"That July 4th holiday if they do. Demands the governor Cuomo must leave office or be forced out are growing amid allegations of inappropriate behavior more from ABC is Aaron Carter, Ski State Assembly speaker authorized an impeachment investigation. It may start the legislature down the path toward Governor Cuomo's eventual impeachment. But it also has a stalling effect. While the state attorney general's office investigates the governor's conduct, the outside lawyers tapped to lead the probe put up a website to take public tips and complaints about Cuomo, whose office said it referred the latest accusation to Albany Police. Aid, reportedly said Cuomo summoned her to the executive mansion late last year and groped her. Cuomo has said

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Lawmakers call on Cuomo to resign amid sexual misconduct claims

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Lawmakers call on Cuomo to resign amid sexual misconduct claims

"Who are calling Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign amid the allegations of sexual harassment. Majority of state lawmakers are now calling for Governor. Cuomo to resign amid allegations of sexual harassment. Albany police say they have received a report of an alleged incident involving the governor and a female aid and it may have risen to the level of a crime. However, the department says has not received a formal complaint from the woman involved the governor denying the allegation. Reaction from New York City Mayor De Blasio's these six women have come forward. Such powerful, painful stories. He just can't serve his governor anymore. Meantime, state investigators have set up a website for people to contact them about any alleged misconduct by the governor. Bob Brown, NBC NEWS RADIO New

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Resignation demands grow as police get Cuomo groping report

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Resignation demands grow as police get Cuomo groping report

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo's now facing calls to resign from a majority of state lawmakers while Albany police may launch an investigation into an allegation of sexual contact five women made claims of inappropriate behavior against governor Andrew Cuomo but the sixth an aide who says he groped her last year has tipped the scales for some lawmakers including assemblywoman Patricia Fahey a Democrat cost me sleep last night this latest one is is a new level at least one hundred twenty one members of the state assembly and Senate more than half according to an AP tally have said Cuomo can no longer govern and should quit office now face he says it's hard because of his leadership during the pandemic it is tough Cuomo denies touching anyone but his acting council says she reported the groping allegation to Albany police as a matter of state policy hi Jackie Quinn

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Andrew Cuomo's office refers groping allegation to Albany Police

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Andrew Cuomo's office refers groping allegation to Albany Police

"York governor Andrew Cuomo, says she reported of groping allegation made against him to police after the woman involved declined to press charges herself. Albany Times Union has reported that the aid claim that Cuomo reached under her shirt late last year, he says he never touched anyone inappropriately. Ah

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LIVE from the Esselstyn Farm

Plant Strong

04:45 min | 1 year ago

LIVE from the Esselstyn Farm

"Right. I am here. With my dad, this is this is fantastic and I want you to know that. You, think will now be the. The most prolific person on a plan strong podcast I think this will be your fourth episode episode that we've done together and the reason why I wanted to pull you aside and do something right now is because obviously we're at the farm. In upstate new. York. And we've got our big plants Doc, two thousand and twenty event coming up it'll be our ninth annual plants dock and I thought this would be an appropriate time for us to reflect on your childhood. Growing up here on the farm and how it impacted you as A. As a as a man growing up, and just you know what kind of let it flow and and see what happens but. Just for for starters. How long has this farm bending the S Allston family. Actually, was. My stepmother and you. In the nineteen, eighty, five or six. went to Albany. Police tricentennial. which is a farm that had been the same family for over three hundred years. So some some were of the order of sixteen seventy five. So the farmers got quite a tradition to it. To put it mildly I mean that's that's three hundred from my math is correct. That's. Three hundred and forty five years. Yeah we're moving on. And I think I've also heard that it's it's one of two. Two farms in the whole state of new. York, that had been owned and operated by the same family over three hundred years. which I mean. Incredible. Now, I want people to know. Before we dive into this that we're probably going to have some distractions, we've got like six six or seven grandchildren running around. And we're doing our best to kind of maintain order but. Of course of route twenty, three although it's Many yards from here often we'll have some heavy trucks and motorcycles give their little echo. Yeah. So bear with us. So when exactly did you and your your brothers and your sister and your parents moved the farm? Well, actually my dad although he spent a fair amount of time at the farm here growing up as well. His parents who lived at the farm also his father was a lawyer. Working in new. York, city so That Grew up in New York City when he went to He went to Yale and he went to. Medical School. Two years at Yale in the last two years at. Columbia. And then he began his practice of surgery in new. York. City we lived in Riverdale, which is suburb of. Of of New York City. Until I was seven years old and it it always been my father's dream. To come back in practice medicine up here. Using the farm as a home base. and. So it was in nineteen forty one in September that we moved from. New York City. To the farm. So nine, hundred, forty, one you were born in thirty three. So that makes you about eight years old I was seven because. I. Was about three avas eight three months after we moved up here. Okay. All right. and. What I mean so can you remember back? Coming from the city to the farm at. That's a pretty big adjustment. I would imagine. Yeah it was. It was. You know just seem to flow though I. Mean there was just. Nothing that was really difficult about it with a we were in sort of. A little. Local School Clark School. easy to make friends. And A state. School onto the eighth. Grade. And then Then attract began to get a little hotter my. Parents. Sent me to difficult academy. I was there for all four years. Thought deerfield was terrific. I really enjoyed. The friendships there? I love the athletics there. And fortunately, the academics there and they go to jail.

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"albany police" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The house Judiciary Committee Democrats are preparing to approve their report Tuesday making the case for president trump's removal from office a winter storm with rain snow and ice messing up air and ground ground travel across the country the storm moving into the northeast at the busiest post track thanksgiving travel time winner alerts extending into Monday afternoon rush hour from Philadelphia to New York here's ABC's trucks Iverson where more than a foot of snow could fall Albany New York Abigail Lansing got married this weekend it's beautiful for pictures I think it might that be hard on our guests trying to get home Albany police officer Steve Smith you see people who are traveling a little too fast we don't have the proper equipment especially snow tires are trying to drive up sales figures getting the getting stuck Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker says north of the mass pike total accumulations expected to be in the range of six to ten inches that's not counting Monday snow totals trucks Iverson ABC news WSB news time eleven oh two it's a home fix it dipped from Dave Baker brought to you by the home fix it page dot com there are five things every homeowner should know number one how do you shut off the water the water shut off at your house and there's one of the street find a boat know how to use number two how do you shut off your heating in their system the switch is generally found in the furnace and it usually resembles a light switch number three hi to shut down your electrical system no more the main breaker is it could be the second box or could be a disconnect outside older boxes may require turning off each breaker individually know how yours work and wars located number four where's the fire you should have working smoke detectors located in every sleeping room plus in the hallways and gathering rooms the number five how do I get out every resident the house the snow the best and second best ways to get out of the house the home thinks it pays dot com your site for how to do it what not to try and who to hire valuable information on the web at.

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Homicide in Albany police say an as yet unidentified twenty year old man was shot just after ten o'clock last night on second street between jobs in a north lake Avenue victim was shot in the torso and was pronounced dead at all any mad this is the second homicide in the city this year the thirty fifth shooting incidents of twenty nineteen anyone with information on the case is asked to call police now for the fourth time democratic presidential candidates meet on the debate stage tonight and Heil boxes jerit Halpern tonight see in in New York times debate at Otterbein university will set an attendance record for the first time twelve candidates are on the same stage in a single three hour debate when we do debates the goal is to get people out of their silos the goal is to make news to find out something new here fox news politics editor Chris stirewalt says that could present a bigger challenge with a bigger field of candidates sharing the same stage at the same time the top tier of candidates has not shifted much though Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren has picked up ground in some survey she now leads former vice president Joe Biden jerit Halpern fox news former White House official feeling hill's testimony is noting the John Bolton took issue with efforts to have Ukraine investigate president trump's political rivals NBC news reports hill told Congress the former national security adviser called Rudy Giuliani efforts a drug deal and wanted no involvement drums pressuring of Ukraine to investigate Biden and his son during a July phone call set off the houses impeachment investigation for Italian Americans Monday was a day to celebrate the legacy of Christopher Columbus but the fifteenth century explorer has become a polarizing figure several Columbus statues in places like San Francisco in Providence Rhode Island were vandalized by people claiming they were a monument to genocide at the Columbus day parade in New York City governor Cuomo talked about the city's Italian heritage and the.

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Released of the July phone call between president trump and the Ukrainian president called is what led to a whistle blower complaint against the president trump now fires back at Democrats in Congress it's the single greatest which aren't in American history probably in history but in American history it's a disgraceful thing the letter was a great letter meeting of the letter revealing the call that was done at the insistence of myself and other people that read it it was a friendly letter there was no pressure the way you had that built up that call it was going to be the call from hell it turned out to be a nothing call notes of the conversation show president trump ask Ukraine's president to help him investigate former VP Joe Biden who is currently seeking the democratic nomination for president Democrats in Congress have opened an impeachment inquiry saying that the president was seeking foreign interference in the U. S. selection Senate unanimously passed a resolution asking for the release of a whistle blower complaint related to the call WG white will bring live coverage of president trump's upcoming news conference it's set to begin at around four this afternoon you can listen to W. G. Y. anywhere with the free I heart radio app there are reports of a body found along State Street in Schenectady police say it was found just before eight thirty this morning on a bus parked in the lot of the imperial motel body was found by the driver of the bus to notify police that bus service operates between Schenectady or Albany and. York city governor Cuomo and Connecticut's governor our meeting today to strategize over the issues of legal marijuana and vaping the hope is that by establishing policies that hold true for the entire tristate area people won't be tempted to cross state lines or turn to the black market for E. cigarette or cannabis products both governors listed similar issues that need to be established including how we'd would be taxed its potency also how to overcome a perceived youth targeting strategy in terms of vaping the Albany police officers union is asking the bear and common council to do something about a shortage in the cities nine one one dispatch center specifically they want a requirement that dispatchers must live in the city of Albany to be lifted union president Greg McGee tells news channel thirteen it can be a real problem when the communication centers understaffed it will rain on it'll roll.

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Opioids Johnson and Johnson motivated by greed and avarice is responsible for the opioid epidemic in our state Attorney General Mike Connors says Johnson and Johnson will finally be held accountable for thousands of deaths caused by downplaying the side effects of opioids hunter says the company built its billion dollar brand out of greed and has been the king pin behind the nation's opioid crisis Albany police are investigating a shooting that sent a man to the hospital last night they still say twenty three year old victim flagged down a police officer saying he'd been shot it was taken while the med to be treated for a leg injury expected to be okay police believe the shooting happened the area of south pearl street and a Westerlo street thirty two year old already man out on parole is back in jail after an incident last week in which police say he nearly had two people pushing baby strollers what a stolen dirt bike cops say deangelo poppy traveling north on Quayle street from Washington Avenue to Sherman street last Thursday on a bike reported stolen last month when he nearly hit the pedestrians he was arraigned and sent to the Albany County jail on a variety of charges WG one morning news time is five thirty three bishop Edward Sharpe and burger releasing a statement Monday regarding the ongoing allegations of abuse in the Catholic Church in the open letter bishop Scharfenberg asking his parishioners not to rush to judgment on people who bring accusations forward those priests who are accused bishop call this a challenging time recognize the sorrow and anger over new allegations of abuse in the all the Roman Catholic diss new allegations and civil complaints coming with a one year look back period in the recently enacted child victims act and bishops are from burger's predecessor former already bishop Howard Hubbard has been accused of sexually abusing a teenager in the nineteen nineties Hubbard denies the allegations Jim gangly RT news radio eight ten and one oh three one W. G. Y. in while the times union reports this morning that a former Hoosick falls police officer boy scout leader and mayor later became a priest is accused of molesting a boy at Saint Mary's church in Hudson falls in the nineteen eighties Reverend Richard C. Rison who died in two thousand seven had not been previously accused of abuse the.

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"The two leaders will meet at the g twenty summit in Japan next month, the US and China have the world's two biggest economies. And Albany police officer involved in a fatal shooting in Utica has resigned from the force after taking a plea deal. Christopher kiddo has not up to now been charged in the shooting death of shuttle hooks on either county officials say the investigation of that incident is still ongoing. And may yet be presented to a grand jury. Police have said Kitto shot hooks in self defense after hooks came at him with a knife ghetto was originally charged with patronizing a prostitute. But that charge was dropped when he agreed to plead guilty to DWI resigned from the Albany police departments and enter a treatment program reach shepherd, NewsRadio eight one three one WG y election files in to Florida counties were hacked by Russia in the two thousand sixteen election. That's what Florida Republican governor to Santa's said today, adding no votes were manipulated and results were not altered in any way. The governor said he has met with the FBI as well as state election in law enforcement officials regarding the hack to scientists did not reveal. Well, what the two counties were former New York congressman Anthony Weiner has been released from a halfway house. It's good to be out hope to get back to my family and. Make up for some time Weiner pled guilty to one charge of transferring obscene material to a minor. The embattled former congressman resigned in twenty eleven after the release of sexually explicit text messages, he sent to various women actor and comedian Tim Conway has died at the age of eighty five Conway's Representative said he died today in Los Angeles from water on the brain Conway was a star on the Carol Burnett show and also starred in a number of Disney films in the nineteen seventies including the shaggy DA and the apple dumpling gang. The second week of Nexium founder Keith Ranieri's trial is underway in a Brooklyn federal courtroom. Jurors heard more testimony yesterday from filmmaker who is a former member of the group. He testified that Rene bragged about trying to break TV. Actress Allison Mack who was revealed to be one of the organizers of a sex club within the organization, she pled guilty last month to racketeering and conspiracy charges rainier his trial is. Acted to last for several more weeks. WGN news time is one. Oh five. Our next update is at one thirty. I'm Fabiola Fave. The Rush Limbaugh show continues in two minutes. Newsradio eight ten and one zero three one WG why the capital region's, breaking news, traffic and weather station..

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Albany police department. Top officials didn't learn about the violent confrontation between police and some I read residents until a cell phone video from a bystander was shared with the city hall employees confrontation lead to the arrest of Albany police officer, Luke dear on us all charges. Deers attorney Mike McDermott tells news channel thirteen he thinks what happened before the confrontation may shed more light on the incident. I think the clips to be shown in the context of the entire event. Right. What led up to you know, what occurred that hasn't been released? So far. Are you other officers have been suspended one has been identified as officer Matthew Sieber entity? The second officer still has not been revealed been another death at Grand Canyon National park park. Rangers responding to a call reporting someone had fallen over the south rim in Grand Canyon village. Sixty seven year old man's body was recovered about four hundred feet below the rim National Park Service in a county medical examiner investigating actresses, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Lachlan in court this week in connection with the massive college admission scam. They're pleased will come at a later date national correspondent bills him for tells WG wise, Chuck and Kelly this case won't be as simple slap on the wrist. Prosecutors will be looking for jail time judge says they could get twenty years now, nobody will get anything near that. It's more likely several months in jail still probably came as a shock cleaner husband charged with paying a half million dollars in bribes get their two daughters into the university of southern California Huffman, charged with helping your daughter cheat on a college enter entry. Exam by paying fifteen thousand dollars to attest monitor to correct wrong. Answers a teenager in Kentucky claims he's a boy who disappeared years ago from Illinois, but DNA tests that just came out an hour ago say otherwise FBI and other police sources say the tests show the team isn't Timothy in who hasn't been seen since two thousand eleven pits. Family said they feel an old wound has been reopened. They hope pit's in is alive. And well, and they feel sorry for the teenager claiming to be Timothy police in Illinois say the teenagers. Claim may be a hoax work is underway to identify him. A pair of Georgia officers who were shot in a hostage situation are in stable condition with non-life threatening injuries thirties currently in contact with an Armando who was barricaded in a home south east of Atlanta. And recount police department says one person was killed in the home, a sixteen year old boy is still inside. They say the man has long guns in his possession. WG news time six oh four. Our next update at. Six thirty. I'm Jim gangway already. Michael berry next in a minute. A NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one W G Y capital regions, breaking news, traffic, and weather station. Seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap. I placing former military medics in communities improving access for.

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"When officer Luke dear responded. To an early morning. Call for loud music police chief Erick Hawkins. Preliminary investigation revealed officer dear hit clearly acted inappropriately had violated this departments standard operating procedures investigation stems from a video made by a bystander who put it up on Facebook. And then send it to a city employees who passed it along. The police Hawkins says man was standing on first street complaining about the police response was allegedly knocked to the ground by dear was then accused of using his baton to hit the man in the face and head Aukin says additional charges against the other officers are possible and charges against the three. People. Originally arrested will be dropped the executive director of the center for lawn Justice. Dr owls screen says she's happy with the quick response. But I think this at least will get the community to see that the police are trying to be more transparent Albany police union issued a statement later saying it will stand by its members each officer involved. We'll have an opportunity to clear his name kids will be heading back to class today at the man school. They were off yesterday after fifty four students missed school Monday because of illness crews cleaned and disinfected the entire building since then most of the absences were connected to fever. But it's not clear exactly what the students had. Well, now that the state budgets has been passed. Albany's lawmakers are turning their attention to the rest of this year's legislative agenda. The main item is legalizing recreational marijuana which was supposed to be part of the budget Cuomo said earlier this week. He's optimistic Bill can be passed before lawmakers leave Albany in June. Other items under consideration include new regulations and a way for undocumented immigrants to apply for driver's licenses. Mike, Patrick, NewsRadio eight ten one zero three one WGN Y G Y morning news time is five thirty three all the days of finding things a little cheaper online..

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"One W G Y. Doc. All of that video may last month by a bystander on I read Albany police responding to a call about loud music police officer, Luke dear arrested on a salt charges to other Albany police officer's been suspended Albany police chief Erick Hawkins saying dear violated Albany police standard operating procedures. Nobody police say dear used a baton to hit him in the face and head deer has been suspended from the force without pay another officer may face charges after he allegedly kicked in the front door of a home. After the residents said he would not open the door. Enlist police had a search warrant that man was allegedly dragged in the hallway and kicked by one other officer. She falcons says charges have been dropped against the three men that police arrested that night some schools had problems with administering the English language assessments today, and as a result tomorrow's testing is being postponed. New York state education department says quest ours computer system, experienced delays when students were submitting the tests at some schools. It's not yet clear how many schools were affected state. Ed says it expects a seamless test taking experience, and we'll work with Questar to ensure the system operates smoothly when the tests resume stayed at his also extending the testing window for the English language assessments. Diane Donato, NewsRadio eight ten and one or three one WG y burnt hills Balsam lake high school student whose admitted to making threats against the school on Snapchat has been sentenced to one to three years in jail chose Roissy has admitted to posting threatening pictures and videos on Snapchat. Nearly a year ago coming.

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Loud music, and it with injuries for at least one man based on video taken by bystanders and from body cams. Albany police officer Luke dear charged with assault official misconduct through a collaborative investigation between the DA's office and the Albany police department. It was determined to not only had officer dear violated departmental policies. He had also committed criminal acts is well felony complaint against. Officer. Dear says he used his baton demand in the face and head that caused bleeding and bruising Cheever Kalkin says two other officers suspended without pay charges against three residents who've been arrested during the incident have been dismissed Republicans plan to overhaul ObamaCare on hold. Fox's Jared Halpern has more from Capitol Hill. The Republican led Senate won't be taking another shot at repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act this year or next and there's no point in pushing the panic button the court system takes a long time to resolve these issues. Majority leader Mitch McConnell says he told President Trump the Senate wouldn't take up a comprehensive measure before the twenty twenty elections. The president told reporters. No, I wanted to delay. It myself I wanna put it after the election because we don't have the house. The president says he'll present a healthcare plan to voters is a campaign issue on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News of a surprise here. Susan Fogarty was hired a year and a half ago is executive director who is expected to lead the palace theater through a major renovation and. Expansion that will cost millions of dollars is resigning. Fogarty will step down some time this summer, she will help in the search process, I successor balanced theater. Finished the past season with reported record revenue and attendance Fogarty says she's resigning to take a job with a local company that is not in the entertainment business Fogarty's start at the Clinton avenue venue got off to a rough start her predecessor, Holly, Brandon. No knowledge at Fogarty was being hired even some board members were unaware that she was being hired WGN news time five thirty four. Our next update at six I'm Jim gag Liatti. More Sean Hannity in less than three minutes, a NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one W G Y capital regions, breaking news, traffic, and weather station. Seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military, medics and communities improving access for the health of America. The.

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Eight ten and one zero three one W G Y Nexium, president co founder Nancy Saltzman expected to plead guilty Wednesday in Brooklyn federal court to an undisclosed crime Saltzman. The first of the next game hierarchy in which includes leader, Keith smallville. Actress Allison Mack and Seagram beverage heiress Claire brought into plead guilty rainier Remagen Bronfman and Saltzman all face federal charges ranging from conspiracy, identity theft, money laundering, sex trafficking, racketeering, extortion, and other charges. Prosecutors have accused of helping recruit women to a sub society within Nexium who'd women were expected to have sex with Rene and some women were branded with Rene initials. Albany police putting people on notice of a phone scam, which the caller identifies themselves as Representative from the social security administration. Caller says that they have a ward from local police caller her then tells the phone victim in order to quote wreck. Defy their warrant. They need to provide personal banking information. That includes their social security number phone victims, say the caller tells them failure to provide personal information would result in arrest. Albany police say if you receive one of these scam phone calls hang up immediately those in favor of legalizing recreational marijuana New York state may be a bit disappointed after governor Cuomo. So there is a wide divide on it. And he doesn't have confidence that it'll be part of the state budget this year of replacements like Warren county sheriff, but York say it's not something New York should be doing your said states like Colorado where pot has been legal for some time. Have seen a lot of problems. I mean, just the the number of deaths. Driving deaths have been attributed to marijuana in Colorado scare you to death. But there's a lengthy list of negative to York says he has no problems with medical.

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Here's this woman was leaving work after probably what was a long day a long week on a Friday afternoon and. Was unfortunately assault. Yes. So this woman who was a guest family channel six is the only one had the story, by the way. The victim's family says she's an attorney for the state or veteran with disability hitting the back of the head fracture nose and cheekbone she's taken Albany med and Steve Smith officer spokesman for the Albany. Police department says do state workers especially here at this. Lot does need to be extra careful always tried to walk through well lit area. Don't don't be on your cell phone or distracted by other situations. And there's always strengthen numbers if if possible always walk with a friend or another individual GS did settled a mental state employees to be extra careful. They're looking at surveillance tapes no arrests yet. So very weird. But it doesn't look like it was a best. We can tell like not a robbery. As weird as they didn't take anything and say anything, and then it I don't know if it's connected or not. But there is another incident that we had back in January the first week of the new year. Here's a couple of walking the near Buckingham lake. There is a guy who came up in assaulted the woman, and then just left like didn't Robert and say anything, I mean, it was very strange incident. Yeah, wasn't a robbery per se. So that's that's really weird. Hey, one other quick thing. Don't be don't be worried. If you hear a lot noises sound like maybe gunfire whatnot between four and eight PM both today and tomorrow, they're going to be around north main avenue in the state office campus, special crews trying to disperse all the crows they do that every year. So they like, they they they. Liked to whatever like what sounds like five pyrotechnics? And so they're gonna that's going to be happening in two week intervals throughout the winter. The next one occurs today. Tomorrow four to eight PM loud noises in Albany better. Just trying to get rid of the crows, which can be nasty and messy and that again four to eight both today and tomorrow, it's Chuck Kelly eight eleven. Three one.

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Any excuse. And do everything we can to encourage people to participate in the election. Resin says that what he calls. These commonsense. Rules changes would increase voter turnout dramatically in New York state for primary and general elections. After losing the state Senate last November some Republican county chairman in the state wide state Republican chairman Ed Cox to resign letter, presented a Cox was composed by number of state, Republican chairman in the November election. Democrats won eight seats in state Senate races to win a majority in the state Senate Albany police have recaptured the man who escaped on Wednesday morning while at south station on arch street sixty year old Joseph founded was in custody after eight domestic related assault incident when he manipulated the locking mechanism to a lake shackle and left the building. Police caught him on central avenue about one o'clock on Wednesday afternoon. He was not considered a danger to the public dirt. Zodda was an Albany county. Assistant district attorney. Ernie was held up and smacked in the face with a skateboard in central square on Tuesday night, Albany police looking for three men who held up Vincent stark on chestnut street. Smacked him in the face with a skateboard in the process happened just before six thirty pm stark was walking with a woman when the three men approached him demanding money and stole his wallet. Police say stark was taken Albany med worries in serious but stable condition with injuries to his face and head. Anyone with information is asked to call the detective division coming up the W G Y AccuWeather forecast. Whatever you're feeling whatever you're going through. It's real matters. Scared. Angry jealous hurt nervous only frustrated or.

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Eight ten and one zero three one WG y just an update that some schools that were initially calling for a two hour delay or now closing for the day. The very latest information as always WG Y dot com. Keyword, snow. Well, our top story. President Trump is taking his case for increased security at the nation's southern border directly to the American people last night. His first Oval Office address over the years, thousands of Americans have been brutally killed by those who illegally entered our country and. Thousands. More lives will be lost. If we don't act right now. This is a Amana -tarian crisis a crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul. Meantime, congressional Democrats are accusing the president of promoting misinformation and malice Mark Mayfield with that responding to President Trump's address on border security last night. House speaker Nancy Pelosi said Trump has chosen fear over facts. She argued that there are smart and effective bipartisan solutions that could curb illegal immigration Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said Trump prompted the ongoing partial government shutdown in tantrum over building a massive border, wall Schumer called the wall ineffective and unnecessary. Pelosi. Accused Trump upholding the American people hostage with the shutdown Schumer said the symbol of America should be the statue of liberty. Not a thirty foot wall. Mark mayfield. Newsradio eight ten and one zero three one WG y Kelly. We'll have more on last night's Oval Office speech right after the news at eight oh five both the president and house. Democrats means I'm using Tuesday's high profile address from the Oval Office to raise campaign funds presidents. Sent out an Email to his supporters hours before his primetime address asking for five hundred thousand dollars to secure the border. No criminal charges against a nineteen year old man was shot and left paralyzed by Albany police detective last August. The David source says it's not in anyone's best interest to prosecute Elisar Williams on weapons and felony menacing. Charges advocates like center for law and Justice director Alice green happy with the decision, but they say there are still too many lingering questions about the incidents who want the Albany police department to explain why they put out to reports that were in conflict with each other that many needs that. So this doesn't in any way dropped his case the need for more transparency from police department Albany police ruled the shooting justified the grand jury declined to press charges against detective James Olsen who fired the shot. Also retired from the police department last week after twenty two years and Albany police officer involved in a deadly shooting has been suspended. Christopher kitto. Suspended from the force effective immediately and without pay. He was involved in a shooting in Utica, Monday morning, police there say Kitto shot and killed Chiwetel. Hooks of Syracuse after hooks came at kiddo with a knife and tried to steal money four upstate cities, including Albany, Troy and Schenectady are suing nine pharmaceutical companies over.

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"One WG wine top story. President Trump taking his case for increased security at the nation's southern border, including a wall directly to the American people in his first Oval Office address last night the impasse over funding. For the border wall has stretched into its third week as a partial shutdown of the government continues in the last two years is offices made two hundred sixty six thousand arrests of aliens with criminal records, including those charged or convicted of one hundred thousand assaults thirty thousand sex crimes and four thousand violent killings. In response. House speaker Nancy Pelosi long with Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer accused the president of using fear tactics. President Trump has chosen to hold hostage critical services for the health safety and wellbeing of the American people and withhold paychecks of eight hundred thousand innocent workers across the nation. Many of them veterans he promised to keep government shutdown for months or years. My hurts. That's just plain wrong shutdown of federal government is approaching nearly three weeks with no end in sight. No criminal charges against a nineteen year old man we shot and left paralyzed by an Albany police detective last August. The David source says it's not in anyone's best interest to prosecute Elisar Williams on weapons and felony. Menacing? Charges advocates like center for law and Justice director Alice green or happy with the decision, but say there are still too many lingering questions about the incidents want the Albany police department to explain why they put out two reports that were in conflict with each other the needs that so this doesn't in any way. Drop. This case the need for more transparency from police department police ruled the shooting justified in the grand jury declined to press charges against detective James Olsen who fired the shot Olson retired from the police department last week after twenty two years cities Volvo Schenectady Troy in Plattsburgh filed suit against nine manufacturers and distribution distributors of opioid painkillers. Attorney Don Boyer pharmaceutical companies named in the suit misled doctors about the addiction risks and didn't take action to deal with spiraling crisis. Boy is and says he believes a day of reckoning is coming for the drug companies. I think eventually in this industry is going to have to come to terms with this huge problem that that they've created. You're at a very minimum suit contends that cities have incurred substantial economic administrative and social costs fighting the opioid crisis at the same time. Authorities in Washington county arrested three people and what they call a big drug bust Twenty-three-year-old day. Sean Mitchell, two women were take. Into custody with a large quantity of fentanyl laced heroin in the village of Whitehall, fifty grams of heroin. It's laced with fat. It's really it's like the poster child for the problem that we're having right now with the overdoses and the overdose deaths Stapley senior investigator, Bob Stanley tells news channel thirteen more and more dealers are making their way up to Vermont from New York City than across the state line into Washington county. There are conflicting reports this morning about the political future of Glover's. Vilmaier Dayton king. King is due in court this morning on official misconduct and other charges stemming from accusations that he used the city's postage meter for non city, business and falsified the ledger. Some sources are saying king will resign his post as part of a plea deal that would allow them to keep his real estate license. But his attorney says those reports are not true as for king. He's playing it close to the vest. No other comments on that other than I've got court tomorrow. So expect to see everybody here tomorrow bright and early tomorrow last year king was charged with misconduct after he leaked information about his opponent Bill Robak during a mayoral debate. The wants invincible retail giant Sears may be. Facing its final few hours. Bankruptcy judges giving chairman and former.

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Were coming in the past hour that Albany county. DA David Soares will not be prosecuted nineteen year old Amazon Williams Williams was paralyzed from the chest down after shooting this past August on elk street. Williams have been charged with menacing a police officer and a misdemeanor weapons charges William shot by Albany police detective James Olsen source said that quote, the matter was fully and thoroughly investigated and punishment of Mr. Williams is not in anyone's best interests William shot after a chase at energy behind the former Tony Clement center on L street in August after an investigation Albany police deemed the shooting justified and a grand. Jury declined to press charges Williams attorneys are suing the city of Albany Olsen and two other. Detectives for excessive force they say that Olson was shot in the back. They say that Williams rather was shot in the back by Olsen, and he was running away detective Olson retired last week after twenty two years on the Albany police department. A second murder charge issued in the drive-by killing of a little girl in Texas more from FOX's Grenell. Scott earlier today. Jasmine Barnes funeral Harris County sheriff Ed Gonzales told mourners look forward to the day that I can truly say rest in peace. Sweet jasmine for Justice has been done that day may be today as Harris County officials announced on Twitter that Larry d Woodruff is in custody on a charge of capital murder in Jasmine's death. Police said in a release Woodruff was arrested on other charges last Saturday, but further investigation linked him to the little girl's death. Eric black junior is also in custody for driving the car from which the deadly shots were fired. Black is also charged with capital murder. Grenell? Scott Fox News, president Pence says President Trump is what he to do. Whatever is necessary to address the crisis at the southern border Pence telling NBC news declared a national emergency to build a wall to something. The president is considering in a separate interview. Earlier Penn said, the president does not. Want the remaining appropriations to be separated from border security funding. President Trump will address the border situation tonight, and you can hear the president's speech at nine o'clock on NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one W G Y and also on your free iheartradio app. Accused Florida high school shooter nNcholas cruise is spending another day in court for a pretrial hearing crews charged with seventeen counts of murder seventeen counts of attempted murder in last February's mass shooting and Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland is attorneys have said he'll plead guilty in exchange for a sentence of life in prison, but prosecutors are seeking the death penalty trade talks between the US and China reportedly making progress Wall Street Journal reporting today, there's no deal yet. But the two sides of narrowed some of their differences, one of the issues is said to include the purchase of American goods and services report comes China's top trade negotiator set to visit Washington later this month W G Y news time, five oh. Five nother. Good day on Wall Street. Third day in a row. Let's get the latest on the Bloomberg market minute. This Bloomberg market minute on WG wires, presented by Fagin associates. It's your money, and we know that stocks advanced for a third straight session investor sentiment was fueled in part by encouraging news from the trade talks with China. The Dow Jones industrials rose two hundred fifty six points or one point one percent twenty three thousand seven hundred eighty seven the NASDAQ closed seventy three points higher. Also one point one percent, the S and P five hundred rose twenty five points or one percent. Brent Schutte of northwestern Mutual Life tells Bloomberg radio the stock market remains healthy. I think we're still in a bull market. But I think the investor has to stomach more volatility. One of the things we warned about moving into last year was that volatility was going to be enhanced because as the Federal Reserve tightens interest rates volatility naturally increases and shoot. He does not think the fed wants to end the current economic cycle Sears received at least a temporary reprieve. Eddie Lampert will get another chance to save. The bankrupt retailer from liquidation if Lampert can come up with a one hundred twenty million dollar deposit by tomorrow, he will be able to take part in a bankruptcy auction next week from the Bloomberg newsroom..

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"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"albany police" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Fox News. I'm NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one WTY retirement yesterday for an Albany detective who was involved in a police shooting this past August that left a teenager paralyzed detective James Olson, retired after twenty two years with the Albany police department in August Olson was involved in a foot chase with nineteen year old Eleazar Williams police say that Williams had a knife and was threatening Olsson when Olsson shot him in a courtyard on elk street, the shooting left Williams paralyzed from the chest down Williams and his lawyers contend that Olson shot Williams in the back as he was running away, and they released video they say proves Williams was the victim of excessive force and Albany county. Grand jury declined to indict Olsen on charges related to the shooting. Williams lawyers have filed a lawsuit against the city of Albany and Olson as well as two other Albany. Detectives some updates on that thirty two year old CARA woman arrested for allegedly posing as a fifteen year old homeless student. To enroll in Carrow during high school McLean Goodrich is from California and spent some time in Washington state prior to moving to Carrow, she was granted supervised release Thursday night Goodrich enrolled at Carrow Durham on December nineteenth and attended classes. The next day. Greene county sheriff's office investigator Joel role spoke with news channel thirteen on the investigation. Top priority is talking with the students as she would have interacted.

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GE Engineer Linked to China Stole Power Plant Technology, FBI Says

Tim Conway Jr.

02:10 min | 3 years ago

GE Engineer Linked to China Stole Power Plant Technology, FBI Says

"A four, year old girl is dead after being thrown into a river in custody right now we're sorting through trying to get some answers Stephen Hendry of Tampa, police. Says she was found about seventy five feet. Offshore in the Hillsborough river commuter nightmare in Chicago so called anti-violence March briefly closing down the windy city's busy lakeshore drive demonstrators speaking out against Chicago's spiralling crime prices so calling for mayor Rahm Rahm Emanuel the step down Fox News fair and balanced Jim gag already NewsRadio. Eight ten and one zero, three one w.. G. y. day after his arrest by. The FBI and engineer employed by General Electric appeared before a federal, judge ordered released on one hundred thousand, dollars bond fifty six year old Joe Zhangjiang taken into custody Wednesday an a home charged with, using sophisticated techniques steel digital files on the company's turbine technology to benefit his interest in Chinese companies that compete with GE weather permitting Monroe, lake state. Park will reopen on Friday beach closed for part of, the week due to concerns or algae blooms water testing done on Thursday came back clear. An eleven, year old tells Albany police she was molested. While walking on new. Scotland avenue on Wednesday afternoon Giles's an unknown man approached her place his hands on her clothing while. She was walking along the, three hundred block of new Scotland Albany police asking for anyone who may have information to. Contact them with a rooftop caving in Albany's closed off, streets are, on downtown buildings Decaying building on vacant six e commerce square is being demolished process expected to take two days or began tonight in the. Meantime Broadway from division. Street to quays read close to, all traffic some surrounding streets also closed we, have an aerial photo of the caved in roof up on the w. g. y. Facebook page police around New York have started their annual crackdown on speeders two years ago August was deadliest month on record for speed related crashes in. New York when thirty nine, people died fewer. People died in August last year when. State local police were out in force and wrote more than thirty, thousand tickets during speed week troopers and, local cops say they're prepared to do that again this year on the.

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Possible additional US tariffs on Chinese goods, China counters with tariffs on US products

Rush Limbaugh

03:38 min | 3 years ago

Possible additional US tariffs on Chinese goods, China counters with tariffs on US products

"Clouds and, sun, with. A shower or thunderstorm around this afternoon it'll be warm and humid with a high of eighty seven cloudy and muggy tonight with some rain mainly late at night low seventy two tomorrow, cloudy and humid with periods, of rain high Eighty-one with your AccuWeather forecast I'm. Heather zehr on NewsRadio eight ten and one three one WG y. Eighty four and we have some sunshine currently at NewsRadio eight ten. In one two three one WG why our top story is situation developing in Albany police department says it's on the, scene of a partial building collapse at six e commerce square Broadway from division street to quay street are. Closed to traffic. And surrounding streets are also closed drivers and pedestrians are being told to stay away from that area according to. The times union the building is? One of three former, factory buildings at. That, location, and they do say that building is vacant so again Situation in. Albany police department says it's on the scene of a partial building collapse at. Six e commerce square Broadway from division street quay all close to traffic President Trump may be ready, to increase tariffs on, Chinese goods coming into the US FOX's gel NATO has more, from Washington DC the White House. Is talking about imposing new tariffs, on about two hundred billion dollars worth of goods imported from China into the US but they have been considering a, ten, percent tariff now US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer saying the administration's looking at a twenty five percent tariff on those goods that would. Be on top of the tariffs already imposed on fifty billion dollars worth of Chinese goods already China's been slapping tariffs on American products in response and officials there are saying they're ready to retaliate. Against the US even more, in Washington chill NATO Fox News over one million ram pickup trucks. Are being recalled due to a problem with. The town L. gate lock Fiat. Chrysler officials say an internal part of the power activated latch could break and allow the tailgate to unlatch. They affected models were built between twenty fifteen and twenty. Seventeen. Trucks with a manual. Lock on the tailgate or not part of the recall owners are being advised to lock. All cargo down that they put in. The bed of the pickup until their vehicle is repaired fatal accident overnight in Schenectady police say a, forty year old man was killed, this morning when he was struck by tractor trailer. While walking near the, corner of State Street and Washington avenue near Schenectady county community college the victim was taken Ellis hospital but died of his injuries a short time later alcohol and or speed or not. Considered. To be factors in that accident former White House spokesperson Sean. Spicer is coming to Saratoga springs he'll be signing copies of his new book, the briefing, politics the press and the president at nor shar books on August fifteenth according to the store websites Spicer will just be autographing books and won't be holding, a formal discussion Seattle Seahawks linebacker Joshua Perry is retiring at age twenty four because of concussions. He tells NBC's today show he loved playing football since he was nine years old walking away from such a long. Chapter and a journey. Of my wife transitions tough but the hard part was getting over that the easy part was understanding that my health and my. Well being is more important, than, just playing the game he announced his retirement after he was recently diagnosed with his sixth concussion ferry also says he thinks the NFL is doing a good job of handling player safety, WGN news time is twelve oh, five our next news update, at twelve thirty.

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Chris Stewart, Senator Jim Tedesco and Michael Stuart discussed on Buck Sexton

Buck Sexton

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Chris Stewart, Senator Jim Tedesco and Michael Stuart discussed on Buck Sexton

"Ten and one zero three one w. g. y. big gathering up north way in Boston spa Senator Jim Tedesco calling for parole reform legislation to keep sexual predators who are simply. Confined from voting also wants to see the worst of. The worst violent felons kept in prison also. Went hand Regina and Michael Stuart parents of Chris Stewart who, was killed along with Deanna rivers Laviolette crash on the north way in December of two thousand. Twelve dentistry pleaded guilty to. Fifty, eight counts of the accident admitting he was drunk on drugs. And was texting behind the wheel when he rear ended the car that Stewart was driving Michael Stuart. Says the, process of opposing. Dentist ruse parole took a lot out of him and, his, wife and he. Says he favors extending the waiting period for parole hearings from two. To five years tough process to go through obviously two years is, definitely not enough time for us to regroup the efforts, to move into five years of be so much more beneficial, to victims, and their families Reform measures that. Tedesco wants have passed the Senate but if not passed the assembly, more diamonds, at the case against Nexium marketing company and self help group that was based here that some of called a cult now indicted next games president. Nancy Saltzman her daughter Lauren Clare Bronfman organizations operations director also the arrows to the Seagram's liquor empire also died of the longtime, bookkeeper for the group Cathy Russell among the charges they face a dentist theft extortion and money laundering earlier this year Nexium founder Keith Rene and smallville actress Allison Mack were indicted on charges. That included sex trafficking and forced labor several months ago. Next team announced it's suspending operations in the. Wake of the indictments while the city of Albany looks for, answers to the increase in violence more information is being shared the Albany police department is sharing. Access to new data portal. With, the public the.

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Taxi hits pedestrians near Moscow's Red Square, injuring 8

The Bryan Crabtree Show

01:10 min | 3 years ago

Taxi hits pedestrians near Moscow's Red Square, injuring 8

"From wall street to peachtree this is biz eleven ninety albany police in moscow say eight people have been injured in a taxi crashed into pedestrians on the sidewalk near red square beliefs say the driver in the crash saturday has been detained correspondent matthew chance in moscow says safety is always a concern events such as the world cup it seems was not a terrorist attack it was an unintentional road traffic accidents according to the authorities but again it pulls into focus how difficult it is to make sure event to go off site for the two dozen largest religious groups in the country are urging the trump administration to end its policy of separating children from parents caught illegally crossing the border the trade war is on china's slopping an extra twenty five percent tariff on thirty four billion dollars worth of products imported from the us in direct response to tariffs placed on fifty billion dollars worth of chinese imports to the us i'm martin this is bloomberg opinion on bloomberg radio.

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