17 Burst results for "Angela Underwood Jacobs"

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:20 min | 7 months ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"A California woman assuming meta formerly Facebook over the death of a family member. Angela Underwood Jacobs said her brother, Dave Underwood, a federal security guard, was shot and killed by two anti government extremists who met on Facebook and hatched a plot there to kill federal agents. The lawsuit filed on Wednesday claims that the two men connected through a Facebook group recommended by the social media site's algorithm, which is designed to increase user engagement. A Facebook spokesman said the claims are without legal basis, previously the company said it worked with law enforcement on the case. The spokesman said Facebook has banned over a thousand militarized social movements from its platform. The alleged shooter and accomplice have pleaded not guilty. The suit is the latest effort to challenge websites protections under section two 30, which shields them from liability for user generated content. Nike assuming Lululemon athletica for a patent infringement related to the mirror fitness technology, Lululemon acquired mirror last summer, the company sells a tech enabled mirror with a camera and speakers that enables customers to participate in live fitness classes from home. In the lawsuit, Nike says mirrors home gym and apps use technology that the sneaker giant invented and patented, including a device that prompts users to exercise monitors or heart rate and collect data on their activity. Lululemon's lawyer said the company didn't believe that mirror was infringing on the patents and that the patents in question are quote overly broad. Nike did not immediately respond to a request for comment. And property management software company and trotta says it has ousted board chairman and cofounder David Bateman for sending an anti semitic email about COVID-19 vaccines to business leaders and politicians. The email contained the subject line genocide and falsely stated that Jewish people are behind a plot to kill Americans through the vaccines and PCR testing. Bateman was asked to resign by the board hours after the email was sent and Bateman agreed and trot as chief executive said Bateman's opinions were his alone and that they do not reflect the values.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back to the damp profits fell yesterday before the house Judiciary Committee and number of a individuals testified who have suffered loss of felonies Floyd brother George Floyd was one of them also Angela Underwood Jacobs whose brother was Dave Patrick Underwood Angela Jacobs who by the way city council member and like in the Lancaster California Republican was a briefly a Republican candidate for Congress served in that special election to replace Katie help before she dropped out of that race she had this to say first starting out about George Floyd Mr Flores murder was just not cruel and reprehensible the criminal the officers involved should be brought to justice and held accountable for their actions or as well as their inaction I wish that same justice for my brother Patrick who served with distinction and honor as a federal officer for the department of homeland security until he was murdered anonymously by blind violence on the steps of the federal courthouse in Oakland California I do wanna know though when I think about all of this is that my brother wore the uniform he wore that uniform proudly I'm wondering where is the where is the outrage for a fallen officer also happens to be African American and where is the outrage that's a good question I don't know if anybody exactly has the answer although there perhaps or some hypothesis that could be hypotheses that could be advanced to explain it in part Tony Childress is the Livingston county Illinois sheriff he was one of the law enforcement officers who is invited to the White House on Monday to confab with president I'd states and talk about policing and race relations and the intersection between the two and here's what the Tony Childress said upon introducing himself to the assembled and explaining the approach that he takes generally speaking with policing in Livingston county Illinois Tony Childress is my name and I am the sheriff of Livingston county which is the fourth largest county in the state of Illinois were ninety miles south of Chicago.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I plan to bring in subject matter experience and advisors to conduct a thorough review of how the contract can be restructured there is nothing more debilitating to chief from an employment matter perspectives then when you have grounds to terminate an officer for misconduct and you're dealing with a third party mechanism that allows for that employee to not only be back on your apartment to be patrolling in your communities now this is the correct policy procedure you know it is not correct to just move the police are systemically racist and black men have every reason to be afraid of the cops every time they come into interaction more than more than a white person what more on that in a moment so folks if you really enjoy the Ben Shapiro show we have a bunch of other shows over at daily wire and they're all worth listening to let Michael mostly about his show everybody Michael Knowles here never hear that ancient Chinese curse may you live in interesting times well we're living in them but it's tough to make sense of these times when mainstream journalists lied to us politicians ignore us and even the scientists seem to get everything wrong luckily there is help come check out the Michael no show at the daily White you can listen to the show for free on apple podcasts or Spotify or Google play or stitcher YouTube Facebook it's all over the place and you can watch the whole show along with extra bonus content at the daily wire website we break down everything from immigration and international trade to drag queen story hour and president trump's latest SmackDown's of Jim Acosta and the rest of the fake news media politics culture religion and more why it matters and what it means for you so come on over and check out the Michael Knowles show wherever you get your podcasts still there it is also worth noting by the way in a lot of minority communities a huge book of the police force is actually minority in Baltimore a huge book of the police forces minority during the Freddie gray riots the head of the police force was black D. eight was black the mayor was black a majority of the police force I believe was black this idea and this is that all police forces are just extensions what products you sell it yesterday there is a hearing on policing over at the house and the sister of a fallen officer said you know it's weird because everybody understands what was wrong with with the killing of George Floyd is one and Angela Underwood Jacobs who is a California city council member and former city council member in in California in Lancaster and and she says it seems that nobody actually cared about my brother who is black because he was an officer who was killed in the line of duty the heartbreak and the grief is in explainable because it's very very hard to articulate when your entire world has been turned upside down I would do would know though when I think about all of this is that my brother wore the uniform he wore that uniform proudly I'm wondering where is that where is the outrage for a fallen officer that also happens to be African American if you want to save black lives you need more people like Angela Underwood Jacob's brother you need more cops sure better training is great sure we should make sure the police unions don't protect bad police officers yes all that is true but the generalized castigating of police without reference to the fact that the people that pay the most in the please go away our black pictures of prime is insanity.

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I plan to bring in subject matter experience when advisors to conduct a thorough review of how the contract can be restructured there is nothing more debilitating to chief from an employment matter perspectives then when you have grounds to terminate an officer for misconduct and you're dealing with a third party mechanism that allows for that employee to not only be back on your apartment but to be patrolling in your communities now this is the correct policy procedure you know it is not correct to just move the police are systemically racist no black men have every reason to be afraid of the cops every time they come into interaction more than an hour and more than a white person what more on that in a moment so folks if you really enjoy the Ben Shapiro show we have a bunch of other shows over at daily wire and they're all worth listening to but Michael mostly about his show everybody Michael Knowles here never hear that ancient Chinese curse may you live in interesting times well we're living in them but it's tough to make sense of these times when mainstream journalists lie to us politicians ignore us and even the scientists seem to get everything wrong luckily there is hope come check out the Michael no show at the daily White you can listen to the show for free on apple podcasts or Spotify or Google play or stitcher YouTube Facebook is all over the place and you can watch the whole show along with extra bonus content at the daily wire website we break down everything from immigration and international trade to drag queen story hour and president trump's latest SmackDown's of Jim Acosta and the rest of the fake news media politics culture religion and more why it matters and what it means for you so come on over and check out the Michael Knowles show wherever you get your podcasts the other it is also worth noting by the way in a lot of minority communities a huge bulk of the police force is actually minority in Baltimore a huge book of the police forces minority during the Freddie gray riots the head of the police force was black D. eight was black the mayor was black a majority of the police force I believe was black this idea and this is that all police forces are just extensions what promise you silly yesterday there is a hearing on policing over the house and the sister of a fallen officer said you know it's weird because everybody understands what was wrong with with the killing of George Floyd is one and Angela hunter with Jacobs was a California city council member and former city council member in in California in Lancaster and and she says it seems that nobody actually cared about my brother who is black because he was an officer who was killed in the line of duty the heartbreak and the grief is in explainable because it's very very hard to articulate when your entire world has been turned upside down I would do would know though when I think about all of this is that my brother wore the uniform he wore that uniform proudly I'm wondering where is the where is the outrage for a fallen officer that also happens to be African American if you want to save black lives you need more people like Angela Underwood Jacob's brother you need more cops sure better training right sure we should make sure that police unions don't protect bad police officers yes all that is true but the generalized castigating of police without reference to the fact that the people that pay the most for the police go away our black victims of crime is insanity full.

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Slash cove it nineteen weather news in Washington anymore all right thank you Tom as we've been talking about this morning a second wave of coronavirus maybe emerging in the U. S. Texas California and Florida are seeing some of their highest rates of new cases this says Dr Erman Ali tells ABC news the phase three coronavirus vaccine trials are set to begin this summer phase three is the final part of the trial before the vaccine is licensed and mass produced for everybody to use so it looks at safety but it also looks to see if the vaccine actually works more than two million people in the U. S. have been diagnosed with the virus house lawmakers heard from family members of people who died while in police custody or during encounters with police the house Judiciary Committee hearing on policing practices in law enforcement accountability comes a day after George Floyd was buried Angela Underwood Jacob's brother was an African American federal law enforcement officer killed during protests in California I truly hope that you take your position as your offices so seriously that you want to go back in really work together and collaborate because if you can't get it right there's no hope for the rest of us president trump's talk at top economic adviser Larry Kudlow says he doesn't see systemic racism as a problem in the U. S. New Jersey tolls are going up in the states three major highways in September governor Phil Murphy has reportedly given final approval of those increases drivers in environmental groups say the multi billion dollar construction plans are too expensive and bad for the environment and a former federal judge appointed to review the justice department's motion to dismiss criminal charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn says there's evidence the government engaged in quote highly irregular conduct inventive at a political ally of the president and that the request should be denied global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm anymore as this is Bloomberg Tom and Paul in March thank you so much for that we appreciate that news update looking at futures we are decidedly risk off here today lots of red across the screen perhaps a healthy pullback here given some of the economic data that is out there given the commentary a fed chairman Powell yesterday afternoon the S. and P. off two point six percent here in future is spent eighty one point the Dow futures off three and a half percent it's nine hundred thirty six points putting the dalit twenty five thousand let's call it eight ninety six nasdaq awful a little bit less kind of hanging in there little bit more to off about one point six percent and that's eleven point six points that's at three I'm sorry that's a hundred sixty points that puts that ninety nine thirteen looking at the dollar here dollar stronger today up slightly ninety six point two six.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KTOK

"Today our forecast is coming up president trump will be at Oklahoma next week Beth Myers has details president trump is getting back on the campaign trail and his first rally since the start of the corona virus pandemic will be in Oklahoma the first one in Tulsa Oklahoma that would be coming into Florida do a big one in Florida big one in Texas going to Arizona we're going to North Carolina at the appropriate time to rally will be next Friday in Tulsa president trump put campaign rallies on hold in mid March because of code nineteen state representative Monroe Nichols of Tulsa has unveiled a police oversight initiative that he says will hopefully restore faith in law enforcement is March for reform initiative includes creating an independent investigations office within the state attorney general's office to review excessive force cases creating a citizen's task force to study police training and requiring law enforcement agencies to report officer resignation to ensure officers who have either resigned or been dismissed due to disciplinary actions or internal investigations hardware are made those things are maintained on the registry should they try to get jobs in other parts of the state he says he wants to turn the energy from the George Floyd protests into something productive at the state capitol a key house panel hears directly from family members impacted by police violence and violence toward police your helper reports Fellaini Floyd often teared up describing the last moments of his brother George Floyd when you watch a big brother who looked up to for your whole life stop Floyd told the house Judiciary Committee to stop the pain as lawmakers consider police accountability legislation Angela Underwood Jacobs described her pain to her brother was a federal officer shot and killed guarding a courthouse in Oakland California during protests that followed Floyd's death it is a ridiculous solution to proclaim that the funding police departments is the solution to produce police brutality and discrimination committee could advance a police reform bill next week two men now accused in the death of a teen whose body was found a week ago and we're being next to an Oklahoma City apartment complex Leon Granger was booked into the Oklahoma county jail on a first degree murder counts in the death of fifteen year olds AB on Delton and arrest warrants have been issued for electoral Nelson is a Beyonce body was found near the Raindance apartments near northwest one hundred twenty second St a DNA match leads to the arrest of a suspect in a series of rapes that terrorized people in the Skokie in the early nineties fifty year old leroy Smith was arrested Tuesday in Tulsa on five counts of rape Muskogee police chief John A. T. he says there are more victims we know of at least two and possibly three that we got information on that they didn't want a reporter did not report of time also about the time it stopped in the Skokie we got some information that has started up in Tulsa so tops truly believe that they'll be more cases from this water from Skokie oriental stuff Smith was arrested in Tulsa in twenty oh five for allegedly killing two people he was found not guilty but that's how police caught a DNA sample that they say was recently matched the DNA sample from the Muskogee rape cases four to issuing a massive recall Tom Graham reports Ford Motor Company says it will recall more than two million U. S. vehicles the issue totally faulty door latches that could open while driving the recall covers many twenty.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"After a near perfect day weather wise yesterday more of the same today but more heat coming for us right now fifty two degrees on her way to a high of eighty two tomorrow ninety one for a high good morning it is Colorado's morning news built on police reform in Colorado is heading to the state house floor it was approved in committee late last night after hours of testimony the bill includes a ban on charcoal to roll back of immunity for officers from being sued and other items both sides are making subtle changes and that's led to lead to support for Miller county sheriff Justin Smith I think that's a win for Colorado when you bring all sides together you know those are demanding more for both sides in the legislature and your law enforcement professionals once a bill that we all along it's a bill world gonna benefit from Democrats are confident that they can get the bill to the governor's desk by the end of this week the measure was brought forward after the recent death of George Floyd Minneapolis while in police custody on Capitol Hill yesterday members of the house committee heard from those directly impacted by police violence felonies Floyd often teared up describing the last moments of his brother George Floyd when you watch a big brother who you looked up to for your whole life dia di bigger boys mom told the house Judiciary Committee to stop the pain as lawmakers consider police accountability legislation Angela Underwood Jacobs described her pain to her brother was a federal officer shot and killed guarding a courthouse in Oakland California during protests that followed Floyd's death it is a ridiculous solution to proclaim that the funding police departments is the solution to produce police brutality and discrimination the committee could advance a police reform bill next week Jared Halpern fox news following similar events in Richmond Virginia and Boston on Tuesday night protesters in St Paul Minnesota pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus right outside the state capitol on Wednesday.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Judiciary Committee hearing testimony on the need for reforms in law enforcement the marquee witness felonies for who asked simply that his brother George's death not be in vain I'm here to ask you to make it stop stop the pain stop us from being tired also at the hearing Angela Underwood Jacobs whose brother Patrick of federal protective officer was shot and killed in cold blood during Oakland's riots on may twenty ninth fox's John Roberts today president trump travels to Dallas for a round table meeting with religious and law enforcement leaders as protesters continue to hold a seven block area in Seattle declaring it autonomous from the United States the president tweeting a message to Seattle's mayor Jenny Durkan that domestic terrorists have taken over the area and urging her to take back your city now mayor Durkan tweeting the president should go back to his bunker protesters have ripped down more statues of historic figures they consider to be racist the statue of Jefferson Davis toppled in Richmond Davis was the president of the Confederate states during the civil war Richmond it's capital in Portsmouth Virginia protesters beheaded statues of for civil war soldiers and in Saint Paul Minnesota a statue of Christopher Columbus has been ripped down the search continues for a man who shot to St Louis Obispo county California sheriff's deputies witnesses have described the suspect in this case as a Hispanic male adult about five feet eight inches tall hundred fifty to a hundred sixty pounds with dark curly hair and a beard sheriff Ian Parkinson says one of the deputies shot in the head remains in serious condition America is listening to fox news in times of trouble when the world is on.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"The time is now I'm Lisa listen Arraf fox news a brother George Floyd and civil rights advocates appeared before a house panel calling for changes in policing as Senate Republicans formulate plans for police reform that could include independent investigations of police misconduct and a ban on show called Democrats insist reforms need to go much further in the house today the Judiciary Committee hearing testimony on the need for reforms in law enforcement the marquee witness filling these forms who asked simply that his brother George's death not be in vain I'm here the ex you to make it stop stop the pain stop the entire also at the hearing Angela Underwood Jacobs whose brother Patrick of federal protective officer was shot and killed in cold blood during Oakland's riots on may twenty ninth fox's John Roberts at the White House the Minnesota police department withdrawing from union contract negotiations police chief Medaria Arradondo saying it's the first step in what will be transformative reforms after the death of George Floyd Arredondo saying the contract needs to be restructured to provide more transparency and flexibility for true reform and he's promised to use new research and strategies to identify a problem officers early and intervene look at national convention will likely be moved from Charlotte North Carolina that's coming from president trump this afternoon governor doesn't want to give an inch and what he's doing is losing hundreds of millions of dollars for state we'll probably have no other recourse but to move it to another state we.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"As for police reform that could include independent investigations of police misconduct in a van on show called Democrats insist reforms need to go much further in the house today the Judiciary Committee hearing testimony on the need for reforms in law enforcement the marquee witness filling these forms who asked simply that his brother George's death not be in vain I'm here the ex you to make it stop stop the pain stop us from being tired also with the hearing Angela Underwood Jacobs whose brother Patrick of federal protective officer was shot and killed in cold blood during Oakland's riots on may twenty ninth fox's John Roberts of the White House the Minnesota police department withdrawing from union contract negotiations police chief Medaria Arradondo saying it's the first step in what will be transformative reforms after the death of George Floyd Arredondo saying the contract needs to be restructured to provide more transparency and flexibility for true reform and he's promised you's new research and strategies to identify a problem officers early and intervene the Republican National Convention will likely be moved from Charlotte North Carolina that's coming from president trump this afternoon governor doesn't want to give an inch and what he's doing is losing hundreds of millions of dollars for state but will probably have no other recourse but to move it to another state we have a lot of states that want to Texas and Georgia governor Roy Cooper had expressed concerns over the covert nineteen pandemic as the reason for the hesitation for hosting a full convention the president also announces rallies will start next Friday the first one in Tulsa America is listening to fox news my dog Mocho was half beagle and have he ate everything in sight with swallow things whole including a with the burden and the shortage stones sticks we are taken to the emergency room primo Joe had skin issues she was constantly itching and scratching chewing on his feet doing it this year right off his legs being hated hello thanks to all the I. T. dot com we we put him on.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on WTOP

"At a congressional hearing on police reform more from WTOP's Capitol Hill correspondent Michelle Miller the world knows him is George but I cloud imperium colonus Floyd says he looked up to his older brother and can't believe he's gone after dying under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer calling out for his mother even as he called the officer Sir maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another based on a T. shirt more than another name on a list that won't stop growing hello miss Floyd called on members of the house Judiciary Committee to make it stop and prevent more needless deaths also testifying Angela Underwood Jacobs whose brother Patrick was shot and killed during protests in Oakland while working as a federal protective service officer fear hatred ignorance and blind via Allen's **** the life of my brother Patrick from all of us the testimony comes as lawmakers consider a series of law enforcement reforms proposed by congressional Democrats on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news house speaker Nancy Pelosi wants to remove nearly a dozen statues of Confederate leaders from the U. S. capitol hello this is the statues in her words pay homage to hate not heritage she made the request to the joint committee on the library the eleven statues of the Confederate leaders are in statuary hall which is near the rotunda and often used by lawmakers for media interviews statues in the hall include two from Virginia general Robert E. Lee and the president of the confederacy Jefferson Davis after Democrats passed a sweeping police reform bill this week president trump might tackle the same issue with an executive order on fox news today press secretary Kaylee McEntee said Mr trump is reviewing proposals and his advisers have met with the Senate's only African American Republican south Carolina's Tim Scott Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell chose Scott to lead a GOP working group on draft legislation despite a signal this week from the Pentagon that it would consider remaining a rather renaming bases that have Confederate leaders as their namesakes president trump has shot the idea down the army secretary said he'd be open to a bipartisan discussion about bases named for Confederate officers but the president squash the discussion in a trio of tweets read aloud by a spokeswoman our history as the greatest nation in the world will not be tampered with Kaylee McEntee said renaming Fort Bragg another bases would disrespect the service members who were stationed there and echoing what her boss said after the violence in Charlottesville in twenty seventeen she asked where do you draw the line to George Washington and Thomas Jefferson and James Madison be erased from history Steven Portnoy CBS news Washington big change coming to NASCAR that stories ahead seven forty four restrictions.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KGO 810

"O. San Francisco cumulus stations it's easy to listen when you're at home just tell Alexa or Google to play KGO eight journeys time is two or three good afternoon to you I'm Kim McAllister on the top there's ten show house lawmakers are hearing testimony today from the sister of a federal law enforcement officer killed in Oakland federal protective service officer Patrick Underwood was shot and killed at the Ron Dellums federal building by someone in a vehicle that was on may twenty ninth Angela Underwood Jacobs is now in mourning we sit here today it someone at opposite ends of the spectrum to a certain degree but yet there's so much commonality amongst both of us and the heartbreak in the grief is in explainable because it's very very hard to articulate when your entire world has been turned upside down Underwood sister was one of twelve people invited to speak to Congress alongside the family of George Floyd the California assembly narrowly passing a proposal to allow state legislators to vote remotely during emergencies lawmakers couldn't take votes during a week long recess amid the corona virus pandemic the measure approved today comes as other states and cities have relaxed rules for voting remotely if approved by the state Senate the proposed constitutional amendment would go on the November ballot and the city of Nevada will close on a main street grant Avenue on the weekends this summer to support retailers and restaurants re opening after the pandemic grant will be open for pedestrians only between Friday afternoon and early Monday morning and that starts this Friday well check your traffic around the bay area next on KGO I would check that traffic now this report is sponsored by the California highway patrol then Francisco if you see a California highway patrol officer and think they are enjoying their career think again they make a difference every day starting pay is more than average college grad benefits opportunities you can get paid to train yourself go to C. H. he made for more dot com what's it look like heather heavy traffic on southbound eight eighty into downtown Oakland from the chill not Abadi traffic desk that's because that's where there was a car fire south eight eighties flows from just before west Grand Avenue toward at nine eighty eastbound AVCHD hasn't reported an accident on the Carquinez span but there was a west bound to crash and then I guess that could back things up in the east bound at direction that accident was dragged out but we're left with a very heavy traffic from coming sky way to about the middle of the Carquinez bridge if you are traveling highway twelve outside of Sicilian city there's a pretty bad accident though this rollover did land on the show shoulder along highway twelve west of Denver ten get not a San Francisco you'll find slow traffic from well just on the sky way so between one to one and the bay bridge the K. G. O. A. ten weather forecast today we're seeing highs in the mid nineties tomorrow low nineties by Friday highs in the sixties and seventies around the bay area so we're on the downward temperature trend.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Prices may vary calls for change crossing the aisle Lisa Brady fox news there's a bipartisan push for reform after the death of George Ford in Minneapolis one of the loved ones who buried him yesterday is on Capitol Hill today the house Judiciary Committee is hearing from relatives directly impacted by police violence and violence directed at police maybe by speaking with two today I could make sure that his death would not be in vain felonies Floyd is the brother of George Floyd whose death after a police officer kneeled on his neck sparked nationwide protests Angela Underwood Jacob's brother was a federal officer shot and killed during riots in Oakland California it is a ridiculous solution to proclaim that the funding police department is a solution to produce police brutality and discrimination Congress is considering proposals to increase police accountability fox is your helper on both sides of the aisle also commending the vast majority of officers saying they do heroic work in that many of them also want reform the police chief in Minneapolis where Floyd was killed announcing reform plan that includes pulling out of the current contract talks with the police union to launch a review mayor Jacob fry it shows courage it shows integrity and he has my full support both the mayor and the chief opposes city council efforts to dismantle the department of former federal judge says the justice department's motion to dismiss criminal charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn should be denied citing clear evidence of a gross abuse of power former judge John Gleeson appointed to review the motion because the government's conduct highly irregular to benefit a political ally of the president Clinton's been trying to withdraw his guilty plea for lying to federal agents in the Russia probe the justice department now arguing the FBI had an insufficient basis to question plan.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Insurance company affiliates calls for change crossing the aisle Lisa Brady fox news there's a bipartisan push for reform after the death of George Ford in Minneapolis one of the loved ones who buried him yesterday is on Capitol Hill today the house Judiciary Committee is hearing from relatives directly impacted by police violence and violence directed at police maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain felonies Floyd is the brother of George Floyd whose death after a police officer kneeled on his neck sparked nationwide protest Angela Underwood Jacob's brother was a federal officer shot and killed during riots in Oakland California it is a ridiculous solution to proclaim that the funding police departments is a solution to produce police brutality and discrimination Congress is considering proposals to increase police accountability fox is your helper on both sides of the aisle also commending the vast majority of officers saying they do heroic work in that many of them also want reform the police chief in Minneapolis where Floyd was killed announcing reform plan that includes pulling out of the current contract talks with the police union to launch a review mayor Jacob fry it shows courage it shows integrity and he has my full support both the mayor and the chief opposes city council efforts to dismantle the department a former federal judge says the justice department's motion to dismiss criminal charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn should be denied citing clear evidence of a gross abuse of power former judge John Gleeson appointed to review the motion because the government's conduct highly irregular to benefit a political ally of the president Clinton's been trying to withdraw his guilty plea for lying to federal agents in the Russia probe the justice department now arguing the FBI had an insufficient basis to question plan in the first place America.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Calls for change crossing the aisle on the C. Brady fox news there's a bipartisan push for reform after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis one of the loved ones who buried him yesterday is on Capitol Hill today the house Judiciary Committee is hearing from relatives directly impacted by police violence and violence directed at police maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain felonies Floyd is the brother of George Floyd whose death after a police officer kneeled on his neck sparked nationwide protests Angela Underwood Jacob's brother was a federal officer shot and killed during riots in Oakland California it is a ridiculous solution to proclaim that the funding police departments is the solution to produce police brutality and discrimination Congress is considering proposals to increase police accountability fox is your helper on both sides of the aisle also commending the vast majority of officers saying they do heroic work in that many of them also want reform the police chief in Minneapolis where Floyd was killed announcing reform plan that includes pulling out of the current contract talks with the police union to launch a review mayor Jacob fry it shows courage it shows integrity and he has my full support both the mayor and the chief opposes city council efforts to dismantle the department of former federal judge says the justice department's motion to dismiss criminal charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn should be denied citing clear evidence of a gross abuse of power former judge John Gleeson appointed to review the motion because the government's conduct highly irregular to benefit a political ally of the president Clinton's been trying to withdraw his guilty plea for lying to federal agents in the Russia probe the justice department now arguing the FBI had an insufficient basis to question plan.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Creating a situation that demands dependence upon a centralized government that extracts power at the hands of those who are ignorant exactly Terrence thank you very much my friend I appreciate all right bye now good morning Hawaii where right at eight o'clock we'll check in with the white house price ha White House press briefing coming up calls for change crossing the aisle on the sobriety fox news there's a bipartisan push for reform after the death of George Ford in Minneapolis one of the loved ones who buried him yesterday is on Capitol Hill today the house Judiciary Committee is hearing from relatives directly impacted by police violence and violence directed at police maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain felonies Floyd is the brother of George Floyd whose death after a police officer kneeled on his neck sparked nationwide protest Angela Underwood Jacob's brother was a federal officer shot and killed during riots in Oakland California it is a ridiculous solution to proclaim that the funding police departments is a solution to produce police brutality and discrimination Congress is considering proposals to increase police accountability fox is your helper on both sides of the aisle also commending the vast majority of officers saying they do heroic work in that many of them also want reform the police chief in Minneapolis where Floyd was killed announcing reform plan that includes pulling out of the current contract talks with the police union to launch a review mayor Jacob fry it shows courage it shows integrity and he has my full support both the mayor and the chief opposes city council efforts to dismantle the department of former federal judge says the justice department's motion to dismiss criminal charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn should be denied citing clear evidence of a gross abuse of power former judge John Gleeson appointed to review the motion because the government's conduct highly irregular to benefit a political ally of the president Clinton's been trying to withdraw his guilty plea for lying to federal agents in the Russia probe the justice department now arguing the FBI had an insufficient basis to question plan.

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"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on WTOP

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02:59 min | 2 years ago

"angela underwood jacobs" Discussed on WTOP

"Of George Floyd and the sister of a federal officer killed in protests have both provided passionate testimony in front of Congress today and it comes as lawmakers consider sweeping law enforcement reforms WTOP's Mitchell Miller now with more today on the hill felonious Floyd says he still can't believe his older brother George is gone even though he cooperated with police in Minneapolis the man who took his life who suffocated him but eight minutes and forty six seconds he still called him Sir if you beg for his life Floyd says he's tired and believes the public is two of watching black men needlessly die and he called on lawmakers to take action and make the necessary changes that make law enforcement the solution and not the problem several other witnesses have testified before the house Judiciary Committee including Angela Underwood Jacobs whose brother was shot and killed during protests in Oakland while working as a federal protective service officer I believe this is a responsibility for all of us please do not let my brother Patrick's name go in vain under what it was called as a witness by Republicans urged lawmakers not to support the defending of police as we move ahead on law enforcement reform on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news the Minneapolis police department is withdrawing from police union contract negotiations it's the first step in what the police chief there says will be transformational reforms to the agency in the wake of George Floyd's death he says the contract needs to be restructured to provide more transparency and flexibility for reform the review will look at critical incident protocols use of force and disciplinary protocols including grievances and arbitration we're learning more about a possible connection between George Floyd and the former police officer charged with his murder the two work security together at a Minneapolis nightclub co worker David penny says the two had a contentious history Chauvin was on the outside working in detail and then George Floyd works on the inside now penny was a co worker also working on that security detail and he told me that the two men but it heads he also described children as being in his words aggressive toward minority customers as CBS news correspondent Jeff gase president trump was reportedly on the brink of firing his defense secretary mark esper over whether to deploy active duty military troops to quell the violent protests in DC Minneapolis and elsewhere the Wall Street journal says the president was furious with tester for not supporting use of the military the journal says at the same time esper was making his own preparations to resign but was talked out of it by advisers about sixteen hundred federal troops in the Washington DC area poised for possible deployment stick around coming up here on WTOP in just a minute the latest on the effort to roll out a corona virus vaccine twelve thirty four commuter connections wants to.

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