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AP News Radio
New Zealand police say hostel fire that killed 6 was arson
"New Zealand police announced they had arrested and charged a man with arson in connection with a fire at a Wellington hostel, police said the investigation into the fire, which killed several people, is ongoing, and they could far more serious charges in relation to the deaths at the scene, the suspect is scheduled to make his first appearance at the Wellington district court earlier police removed the first two bodies from the loafers lodge hostel and said they plan to remove more the following day. New Zealand police inspector Dion Bennett said it's possible they could find more victims as officers continue their scene examination. The damage on the third floor is significant. The debris is piled high. And there is much for them to move and search underneath the fire ripped through the building in the middle of the night, forcing some people to flee in their pajamas.
AP News Radio
New Zealand police say hostel fire that killed 6 was arson
"New Zealand police say they believe a fire that killed at least 6 people in a Wellington hostel was awesome, and they've launched a homicide probe. Police inspector Dion Bennett says an investigation into the fire and the resulting deaths is gathering pace. We are treating it as an arson. I'm not prepared to save Y or the reasons for us treating airs in arson other than to say that we are. Bennett adds they haven't yet arrested anybody. Investigation
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Minnesota Experiences Record Exodus As Crime Rates Soar
"And when you look at what the FBI classifies as part one crimes, which are the most serious crimes for murder through arson, Minnesota now for the very first time in its history has a worse than average per CAPiTA rate of serious part one crimes. So the idea that Tim walls is somehow maintained a low crime rate is pure fiction. And in fact, it's like saying that the evil fruits of liberal policies in Minnesota just as we're seeing them in places like California and New York. And the thing I want to turn to now, John feeling is something that you have been studying closely now for some years and that is migration patterns into and out of the state of Minnesota because what we're seeing is Minnesota is just like California and New York. Instead of moving into the state, people are moving out of the state. Absolutely. And one thing that's notable is you talked about Minnesota's economic growth earlier. It was kind of lagged since the turn of the century. It's also true that all through the 90s in a net inflows of domestic migrants. That kind of flipped around the turn of the century and you start to see the outflows. But what's really notable is the massive acceleration in the exodus of people from the state of Minnesota since 2019. Funnily enough. We've seen we had about 14,000 people on net. I thought maybe it was 16,000. I think leave in the year 2019 to 2020. The figures got revised up subsequently. So I think it's about 16,000. That's on net loss. And that was a record for going back to at least 1991. Records stood for one year because we smashed it in the most recent year when we lost 19,400 residents on net to other parts of the United States. So whenever someone tries to hold Minnesota and Tim watts up and say, this is the guy, this is the model that works. I always say to people if it's so great, why is everyone to get out?
"arson" Discussed on WTOP
"Or just stop by. Granger. For the ones who get it done. Everything you need every time you listen. WTO P news It is 6 45. I'm Ralph Fox, thanks for taking us along at this hour. A prince George's county man is under arrest. He's been charged in connection to a deadly shooting and a fire in hyattsville. Marcel billups faces first and second degree murder and arson charges. Hyattsville police called to the scene of a fire at a three story garden apartment building on 42nd in Oliver after firefighters found the body of 56 year old roger Neil Wednesday. The initial investigation reveals billops shot meal during an argument and then started a fire in the kitchen and kneels home. Please say they were known to each other billops being held in D.C. while he awaits extradition to prince George's county. 6 46 all throughout the month of May, you can get a concentrated taste to the world right here in D.C.. As WTO's Liz Anderson reports, the perfect opportunity is just ahead. Good weather's expected so lace up those sneakers or slip on the flip flops, dozens of D.C.'s embassies are opening their doors for the annual passport D.C. around the world tour. You can expect everything from dance, culinary activities. It's just a lot that's going to be offered. That's Angie gates with events D.C., and a special invitation from Colombian ambassador to the U.S. Luis tilbury Murillo is the gateway to South America. So please come. And bring your appetite. You would have the opportunity to taste our Colombian food. Things run from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. Saturday. Read more at WTO P dot com, Liz Anderson. It is 6 47 Aladdin county middle school principal honored by the Virginia Department of Education for its ability to recruit and retain staff members. This comes as many teachers are rethinking their profession in the aftermath of the pandemic. So we always start with this question after we interview someone. Is this going to be someone's favorite teacher? Willard middle school principal Jeff rounds Lee characterizes hiring staff and keeping them here as one of the most essential parts of his job. Of a 175 staff members, only ten left after the last school year. So what's the key to keeping staff members at the fairly new school? I want our teachers to have the time and the opportunity to plan and to play in these really deep and encouraging lessons. That means administrators working in the cafeteria and helping to load buses, rounds Lee's efforts earned him recognition by the Virginia State Department of Education last month, Whitney malloy is finishing her first year teaching here at Willard. I choose to commute from Frederick, Maryland to loudoun county because I love it here so much. In loudoun county, Scott gelman WTO P news.
AP News Radio
Feds: Man tried to firebomb Ohio church to stop drag show
"Federal prosecutors say a 20 year old Ohio man told investigators that he tried to burn down an Ohio church because he wanted to prevent a drag show that was scheduled to take place there. Investigators say I'm in penny was a member of a white lives matter group that espouses racist and neo Nazi views. He's charged with violating the church arson prevention act, using fire to commit a federal felony, the malicious use of explosive materials and possessing a destructive device. Authorities say he told investigators that he tried to burn down the community church of chesterland on March 25th because he wanted to protect the children and stop the drag show event. I'm Walter ratliff.
"arson" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Happen. Get you a Martinez cosmonaut photographed together on that date at T mobile park and authorities say they used that image to secure kitchens arrest. The information that we have was what allowed us to go to court and we wanted to make sure that that got before the court. Get you also pleaded not guilty to charges of kidnapping, attempted murder and arson, Kathy O'Shea, northwest news radio. Fire crews were busy this morning in south King County, coma four's Holly menino reports. Firefighters responded to a condo fire in the 157th block of fourth avenue south in burian, a large emergency response. There are lots of firefighters there this morning. No reports of any injuries, and no word yet on how the fire started. It was a rough morning commute on I 5 getting into the 5 area this morning state trooper Robert reyer says several drivers called 9-1-1 to say that a person was lying in the southbound lanes at the 54th avenue east overpass. The man may have actually come from the overpass above, and then may have been struck and killed. One driver who hit the man remained at the scene, but others who hit him continued on. We at this point would ask anybody who was driving through this area earlier this morning and who hid something or thought they hit something that they may have thought was just some vehicle debris to call us to call 9-1-1. All lanes were open again shortly after 7 this morning. The victim's identity is not publicly released yet. Coming up. A hefty fine for two stayed agencies. I'm Jeff podes love with why they're having to pay out the lump of money First a 1204, it's time for us to get an update on traffic from the high performance homes, traffic center. Here's Kimi Klein. We'll get afternoon in Kent, there's a crash partially blocking the very end of the ramp from state route 5 16 to southbound I 5. Westbound 18 approaching the Tiger mountain summit watch for a crash partially blocking lane. We also have some road work happening today on highway three O two just west of the purdy Smith is causing smacks to congestion. Both directions around there is scheduled to wrap up around 4 o'clock this afternoon. We'll keep an eye on it though. And it crashed in the west side of Olympia just cleared away it was at least partially blocking the intersection of Harrison avenue at Decatur street, but again, that is now cleared. While your next northwest traffic at 1214. Our forecast sponsored by northwest crawlspace services, here's como four meteorologist Kristen Clarke. Son, clouds, and even a brief shower still anticipated through this evening, so you may encounter that driving to and from climate pledge arena for the big crack in game tonight. Otherwise, Tuesday morning, we still could be tracking pockets of drizzle out there, especially in north sound early in the day, but Tuesday afternoon, partly sunny
The Charlie Kirk Show
Elites Ignore America's Decline for BLM and Trans Causes
"Are elites, the wealthiest people in charge of our society, they're not building places of learning or institutions to pursue truth or virtue or goodness or to preserve western society are elites are not trying to build places of deeper learning to support the next generation or to make the country stronger. They're not doing with JPMorgan, did literally bailing out the country. You know what, our elites are doing now. They're funding trans surgeries for kids. Our elites now are involved actively involved in the arson of America. This is a new development. It's a new phenomenon. We did not have this in the 60s, 70s or 80s. We had bad people. We had bad individuals. We did not have a collective agreement amongst the top tier of society amongst the 1% of the 1% the Google people, the Goldman people. The JPMorgan people where they all seem to just agree on one thing. They might disagree on other things. They all agree and they just say, we're so sick of the muscular class. We don't like the country class. We don't like the people in Missouri or Iowa, who are these people. Let's just bring in a bunch of foreigners. We'll like them more. What's this constitution? This thing, this thing's outdated, get rid of this, because I learned it at Yale. That's the thing the elites can agree on. But they seem unwilling at every corner and he turned to ever acknowledge that the country is falling apart. No, instead, they'll dedicate hundreds of millions of dollars or billions of dollars to systemic racism or fighting the transgenic, something that doesn't even exist. It's a complete fiction.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Why Does Donald Trump Face 34 Charges?
"This is interesting. Charlie, why is it that Donald Trump faces 34 counts that sounds really serious? This is Leonard from Massachusetts. So you can actually intentionally string out an indictment to have more counts. It's called charge stacking. So what's the best way I can give an example of this? Let's just think of a crime that we're all familiar with. Murder arson, or even some more popular ones, right? Like the Alex Murdoch case in South Carolina that received a lot of attention. The crux is murder, right? That's the crux of it. But you could then do a 40 count indictment by expanding all the particular angles of the criminal code that he might have violated, lying under oath, destruction of evidence is a big one, right? Misleading official all sort of procedural and processed stuff. So it makes it seem as if it's a much bigger deal than it really is. And by the way, this is all hearsay and rumor to this point. So they're hearing 34 counts and I guarantee you, 34 counts when we find out next week, and I'm actually just reading this right now. They think it's going to be 34 counts, but it literally is just 34 pieces of paper. It's just one crux of a thing. They're doing this for a PR win. It's purely for public relations. There is no other reason for this other than to try to make it seem it's bigger than it actually is. So it's not that he committed 34 crimes or he has 34 different bodies buried. They always are trying to frame things in the worst light. So here's a good example. If you're accused of fraud and a fraud scheme involved, let's say ten different phone calls. They could charge you for every single phone call. Or for example, they could say that for every check he wrote to Cohen, it is a charge. Now, a good judge will then drop these indictments or he will put them together into one. A good judge will say, okay, you guys are being insane,
The Charlie Kirk Show
Why the Potential Trump Charges Are Pure Fiction
"Is that Donald Trump and his own private life paid stormy Daniels is a hush money payment as a way to try and influence the 2016 presidential campaign. This is such this is beyond an abuse of the criminal justice system. Even if you hate Donald Trump, even if you are the most anti Trump person, you can not possibly justify. That this is what the criminal justice system is for. This is not even a novel legal theory. This is a fiction of the legal code. Signs indicate that Bragg's plan is to claim that Trump's payments to stormy Daniels were improperly classified as a legal expense. Now, even that would just be a misdemeanor of true, so to make it a felony like Bragg has been saying that it's a crime was committed to cover up another crime and the theory goes that it goes a bigger crime making this any illegal campaign contribution. This is such an abuse. That basically says any spending in your personal life is actually for a political campaign. And then it just begs the question, was Donald Trump selling our country out to the Chinese Communist Party, so his cocaine addicted son could make money in our national security could be compromised. Did Donald Trump smash a bunch of devices even though they were under subpoena? And they just disappeared. Did Donald Trump engage in a summer of love of looting and fire and arson, of course not. A city that is more dangerous than ever and the local DA is going straight after the 45th president of the United States. Why is this happening?
Joe Biden Won't Acknowledge Lynching Terror by Democrats
"Want you to listen to what Joe Biden says you have to listen all the way through to the last comment Cut one go In my career the Emmett Till and I miss you there making lynching a federal hate crime You know folks lynching is pure terror Actually federal hate crime Anti lynching actually the first bill was passed under Harry Truman It was blocked with a four terms of Franklin Roosevelt Blocked And I want you to know that If an Eleanor Roosevelt kept pushing it and Franklin said no what harm is Election efforts even in his last race for president as fourth term Sick as he was Another push was made and he said no So let's be abundantly clear That will be left out of everything Biden has to say Go ahead America not everyone is created equal Pure terror to systematically undermine hard fought civil rights Innocent men women children hung by noose from trees bodies burned drowned castrated their crimes trying to vote trying to go to school trying to own a business Trying to preach the gospel falls False accusations of murder arson robbery Lynn's for simply being black nothing more With white crowds white families gathered to celebrate the spectacle taking pictures of the bodies and mailing them my postcards Hard to believe but that's what was done And some people still want to do that Some people still want to do that
The Charlie Kirk Show
Pro-Lifer Mark Houck Committed No Crime
"I was fired up a couple months ago when the Biden department adjusted this decided to deploy a S.W.A.T. team to go after a pro life leader and that same DoJ told us they can't find the Supreme Court leaker, sorry, just not interested. Almost nobody arrested for my knowledge on federal hate crime charges for the firebombing or the arson of pro life clinics, but what they focused their attention on was going after a pro life dad who's a pro life activist, storming the home and trying to do a show trial to say that if you support pro life ideas, if you are a pro life activist, we are going to show the world that we're going to make you suffer. Well, Mark hauk was rated by the FBI indicted by the Department of Justice and has now been acquitted a federal jury rejected the government's intimidation against pro life people and Mark hawk joins us now. Mark, welcome to the program. Greetings, Charlie. Thanks for having me. Mark, tell us your story first, the situation that's in question, and then walk us through the day the FBI arrived. Sure. So all glory be to God for this opportunity and it all began on October 13th, 2021. Which was the day that my son and I and my 12 year old son at the time were coming into the city of Philadelphia for our normal prayer vigil, our weekly prayer vigil. We've been doing it for myself 20 years and my son for the last two years with me. And on this particular day, the fall afternoon after about 45 minutes of praying there was an altercation between myself and a Planned Parenthood escort. And that ensued to be, I guess, more problems with this man because that initial altercation where he was interfering with my First Amendment rights to give literature out to abortion minded men and women who come and go from the facility. Led him to further harass me and my son.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Dan Proft: The Implications of Illinois' SAFE-T Act
"You're in a state. I think about the safety act ending cash bail in Illinois that is so devastating to police departments to law enforcement. Explain to everybody what Illinois safety act is. Yeah, I mean, it's basically what you guys did in New York State, but on steroids, it is the elimination of cash bail for what have been determined to be according to legislation, non detain able offenses, non attainable offenses like kidnapping, like arson, like second degree murder. You have county prosecutors. There's a 102 county prosecutors in Illinois, a hundred. But that didn't matter. And you have Illinois telling the public under this law, we will not be able to detain about half of the population in our respective county jails. So you're turning out violence have a propensity to repeat, particularly if there's no inhibition. And honestly, Mike, I don't know, maybe that's what it takes in places like Illinois or New York or California. Maybe until some of the suburban communities feel the impact of violent crime of the lawlessness that's taken hold at cities. And maybe that's what it will take to get people to make changes in the political leadership of their big cities and their state capital.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Arizona AG Nominee Abe Hamadeh Discusses Cash Bail
"Play a piece of tape here. And this is about Illinois. It's not about Arizona, but it's about what will happen if we allow Democrat AGs and these maniacs to get into power. It's a clip of Joe Rogan discussing the elimination of cash bail, play cut 35. They're essentially eliminating cash bail for almost everything dangerous. The law includes secondary murder, arson, so you let a guy's house on fire, get right out of jail. Drug induced homicide, robbery, kidnapping, aggravated battery, burglary, intimidation, aggravated driving under the influence, fleeing and alluding drug offenses and threatening a public official. No bail. No bail. Now, I'm not saying that's happening in Arizona tomorrow, but it is a theme, isn't it Abe if we let down our guard, we allow people like Hayes and these marxists to take over all of a sudden you get ideas like that. Absolutely. And we already have one at DA George Soros prosecutor here in pima county actually down in Tucson. And that's exactly the policies that they're implementing so quickly. There's also very important county attorney race America county. I encourage every Republican to vote for Rachel Mitchell because her opponent Julie gungal would bring those type of views and same with my opponent Chris mace, but look at every single city that's implemented ending cash bail Charlie. It's literally turned those cities into less safe. A lot less safe and what you're seeing right now is it turns them into Gotham and chaos and misery. So New York, Portland, San Francisco, every single city that's actually implemented these policies have turned them to hell holes. So I don't know why Illinois wants to bring that on, but you know, I think this is exactly why there's going to be a huge push on November 8th. Look at even new yorks and play Charlie. I just saw that poll at Trafalgar poll today that actually had Lee zeldin up. And if you're looking at penry, Michael Henry, he's running against letitia James, you know, who's a crooked attorney general in New York. I mean, he's, he's right on the cusp. I'm hoping they have a red wave in New York all across the country. We need to elect Republicans up and down the ballot.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Will the Red Wave Reach New England?
"York is a very interesting race. Cassie hulk came out this weekend and said, she's the underdog in the race. And her entire campaign and the Democrats message is that Republicans are conspiracy theorists. Even though it was Democrats that said that Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation, they said that the virus came from a bat at a wet market. They said the vaccines will prevent transmission. They said we must lock down schools to prevent children from themselves. They called Donald Trump a Russian agent. They have been the conspiracy theorists. Play cut two. They have this conspiracy going all across America to try and convince people that in democratic states are not as safe. Well, guess what? They're also not only election deniers. They're data deniers. The data shows that shootings and murders are down in our state by 15% even in New York City down 20% on Long Island will leave Zelda comes from. And it's a Republican states where they have almost no restrictions on guns because of the abundance of guns people are killing each other with more frequency. The safer places are the democratic states. Even though she cherry picks one piece of data arson robbery rape, assault, trespassing all up. I think that there is going to be a northeast wave. I think the northeast part of America, for all of our patriots watching and Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, and yes, New Hampshire are going to rise up and shock the world. I think New Hampshire is prime for a realignment
The Charlie Kirk Show
Strong Republican Candidates Are Popping Up All Over the U.S.
"Not just Arizona. There's candidates popping up all across the country. That are just blowing people away. Including Lee zeldin, there was another debate last night for all of our New York and if you've been watching this program, you know, we've been keeping on the New York theme. We've been keeping focusing on New York. Lee zeldin had a phenomenal debate. Against Kathy hochul and she showed us exactly who the Democrat party is. She shows exactly how she doesn't care about crime. This right here is the contrast that should motivate you in New York to do everything you possibly can. To get Lee zeldin elected. He's a back and forth. It's gone completely viral of Lee zeldin versus Kathy hochul. Let's get that tape. I don't know what cut that is. Lee zeldin and Kathy hochul play tape. This governor, who still, to this moment, we're not one way, halfway through the debate. She still hasn't talked about locking up anyone committing any crimes. Okay. Anyone who commits a crime under our laws, especially with the change they made to bail, has consequences. I don't know why that's so important. I wish we wouldn't have cut it so quickly. I don't know why that's so important to you. That is the reverb version of what difference does it make? If I was Lee zeldin, I would cut that into an advertisement of all the people that are getting senselessly pushed onto subways. People that are getting raped, the arson, the crime, the looting, the defecation, the degeneracy, that is happening all across the city of New York. I don't know why that's a problem to you. It's the exact same attitude of what difference does it make when Hilda beast was testifying in front of Congress. What difference does it make that four people died in Benghazi? What difference does it make? It makes a big difference.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Harry Cohn and Rita Hayworth's Tumultuous Relationship
"Harry Cohn at one point took all the credit for creating Rita Hayworth. He was obsessed with her. I don't blame him. She's my tippy top. She was Columbia's first sex goddess in the 40s. But she kept getting married. Her first husband was a 40 year old car salesman, then she married the director arson wells, then she married Ali Khan, who was the arid parent to a Muslim throne, then she married the singer dick James. Every time she got married, her box office started declining. It eroded to the point where it was shit. And her marriage to Khan, who was a huge Playboy huge womanizer, that kept her out of pictures for two years. And it really infuriated Harry Cohn and it really alienated her fans. So after Rita Hayworth returns to Hollywood in 51, Cohen wanted one of her pet projects, which was Joseph and his brethren, and until then, her husband dick haymes had come into Harry's office with a perfectly chiseled beard and demanded to be cast as Joseph. And instead, Harry Cohen decided to get back at Rita Hayworth because it was still madly in love with her and he was also pissed that he let Marilyn Monroe slip away, believe it or not, and I can believe this because I'm one of those people who's not super impressed by Malin's beauty. I'm just not like there's certain pictures I get it, and the voice I hear it. But when you take everything into account, she's not my favorite movie star or sex bomb, not at all. And I think she was like probably too big and too sloppy and fucked everybody just not my cup of tea. But Harry Cohn felt the same way he wasn't impressed by her beauty. He didn't renew her contract in 1940 to 6 month contract. And he said, you know what? I'll take the next pretty girl that walks in my office and wants to be a star. And he did just that. And that was Rita Hayworth.
AP News Radio
Men leave Russia as military call-up, enlistment continues
"President Vladimir Putin's reserve call up is being met with growing resistance across Russia Norman hall a young man shot a Russian military officer at close range at an enlistment office in an unusually bold attack reflecting resistance to the Russian leadership's efforts to mobilize hundreds of thousands of men to wage war on Ukraine According to local media reports in the Siberian city of oost elsk a 25 year old local resident walked into the enlistment office saying no one will go to fight and we will all go home now Troops from his region were scheduled to head to military bases on Tuesday There have been scattered arson attacks on enlistment offices protests have resulted in at least 2000 arrest
The Charlie Kirk Show
It's Time to Start Indicting Democrats!
"How do we respond to this? You know, I'm rather impatient and I say that's about times for the DA and the sheriffs of the world to start indicting Democrats for the crimes that we know not doing what they do where you just make stuff up. I mean, cash, they don't respect the rule of law. They don't respect us. They don't. There is nothing that we do. That they respect. The only thing that they respect cash. Let me actually change that is red wave elections. That does actually threaten them. But cash beyond that should we just sit on our hands and wait around or is it time? I mean, you say this is a former. It was a former prosecutor. I know that you might have a different take, but isn't it time for us to start prosecuting all these vigilantes? I mean, they have a sheriff in Texas who says they're going to criminally investigate Ron DeSantis. We laugh at it, okay. I mean, but why don't we have sheriff saying we're going to go, you know, we're going to go investigate Peter struck. Who are you? I don't know. I'm some Cher from Wyoming. And I'm just going to go do it. I mean, it's about time we start to do what they're doing to us. Cash, what are your thoughts? You know what? That's actually pretty brilliant. And I never thought of that. We should get state and local authorities to do the job that our federal government is failing to do in law enforcement because our DoJ and FBI has been totally politicized and destroyed. So I'm all for this great idea. Let's go to states across the country where we have Republican attorney generals and Republican district attorneys and say, prosecute Peter strzok, Comey, mccabe. Yes. Everybody else. You can go find the crimes that they committed at the state level too. Since this federal government has suited crimes. I mean, whether it be destruction of evidence or seditious conspiracy against the country, which is, by the way, what Peter strzok did, Peter strzok was conspiring against the entire federal government against a sitting president both while sitting in former and they're using this language against us, but you know where I get this from cash is you have some and she might be a sweet person I think she's full of venom. This woman in Fulton county, Georgia, who's putting out her chest like, yeah, I'm gonna go indict a former president. Like, you're a local DA. Like, why don't you worry about arson and rape and murder and kidnapping? Not indictment, but that's what they do.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Drew Hernandez Joins With His Reaction to the MTG 'Swatting'
"We just played, of course. The first time anyone's heard this, the 9-1-1 call that was made in the swatting attempt, congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, where there's going to be more of these coming out at the post millennial. And by the way, we are working on getting Libby emmons on, but we do have drew Hernandez, the host of front lines over at TPUSA. He's also comes on right after as part of the war room night watch block with myself, human events daily. Drew, did you get a chance to hear that audio that we played just before? Yeah, and what's interesting about this is, I mean, you see this and you hear this, and it's really no surprise. I mean, these are the same people that advocate for rioting, looting, committing arson in the name of social justice. And I mean, all of 2020, 2016 and on, they were calling for people to take to the streets. I mean, AOC after the roe V wade overturn is calling for people to take to the streets and that the court is not legitimate. These people have a history, okay? These people have a huge history of advocating and using violence against their political opponents. So it's no surprise to me that the same people that cry wolf all the time that, oh, there's a risk to our reality. There's a risk to our existence here because the right wingers are out there, the fascists are out there to kill us and get us. It's the same projecting. It's the same gaslighting. They literally do what they claim the other side is doing. And now they're taking it to the point. We all know this, Jack, what does swatting mean? It's getting people killed, okay? So now they're using this. I mean, it's nothing new. They're mobilizing law enforcement. These things to get people killed,
AP News Radio
Armani, others flee wildfire on Sicilian island retreat
"The Sicilian island of pantelleria was the latest victim of wildfires as firefighters worked to extinguish the flames of two separate blazes fashion designer Georgia Armani amongst others was forcefully his villa overnight as images show flames encroaching his vacation residence on the island The region's civil protection chief San fertile cucina said arson is suspected in the two wildfires Firefighters use Canada airplanes to douse the flames along with ground teams to protect homes authorities said no structures appear to have been lost I'm Karen Chammas
Bloomberg Radio New York
"arson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now the latest news from New York City and around the world here's Michael Barr Russian president Vladimir Putin speaking at the annual victory day parade says the intervention in Ukraine had been necessary on the grounds of national security Putin threw a translator said the attack had been the right decision because western forces were building up military equipment on the border We saw how they started developing military infrastructure how they began to bring in hundreds of foreign advisers sent constant supplies of the most modern military equipment from NATO countries Putin oversaw the parade in red square with troops marching in formation military hardware on display and a brass band blaring to mark the Soviet Union's defeat of Nazi Germany Democrats are hoping to pass legislation to preserve abortion rights protections It comes after last week's Supreme Court draft opinion suggesting the court may overturn a roe V wade however the vote is expected to fail Police in Madison Wisconsin are investigating a fire at the office of an anti abortion rights organization as arson The fire took place at the office of Wisconsin family action a message was spray painted on the wall outside if abortions aren't safe then you won't be either Wisconsin family action president Julian aplin Are they done Do you suppose they're done or do they have more things planned for us Family action president Julian appling worries something else will happen Due to pain at the pump many Americans are saying that they're changing their driving habits some analysts predict an average price as high as $4 50 cents a gallon This commercial truck driver is in New Hampshire It's the first time I ever filled my truck up and I hit a thousand over a $1000 On the fellow On one Filip won't fill up yeah That has to hurt It.
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"V wade We didn't think this was going to happen and it is But here is the good news There are more of us than them Some like her garrity support overturning the case I am a pro life atheist The only ideology I bring into this conversation is that it is wrong to kill a human being Rallies come after someone leaked a first draft opinion that showed the case that legalized abortion nationwide could be overturned A ruling is expected later this summer A mom showed the pros how it's done in Baltimore she was sitting in right field and made a catch where their bare hands during an Orioles game Mom got a ball that bounced over the fence from the play by play by the mid Atlantic Sports Network royals won 6 to four This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from WTO 24/7 360 five Listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO P app It is now 9 O threes Sunday may 8th 2022 Decreasing clouds tonight 50 going down in the 40s Good evening nice to be with you I'm dick giuliano the top local stories we're following this evening A multi car crash on route 15 near Annapolis shut down the travel lanes for about two hours today Maryland state police say 5 vehicles were involved in that crash It happened around four 30 police say 6 people were taken to the hospital for treatment of their injuries Among them a woman in serious condition the others suffered minor injuries all lanes have since reopened Two construction barges got loose on the Potomac river this afternoon headed toward Harper's ferry videos posted on Facebook showed a barge piled with construction equipment and tree branches flowing down in the choppy white water charlestown resident Jessica stovers saw the posting and went to a boat ramp about a mile north of harpers ferry There were police on the other side of the river Kind of like following it like keeping an eye on it Because I know that they were concerned about the bridges The loudoun county sheriff's office says both barges are now secured in the harpers ferry area We're working on getting more information on this story A barn full of animals goes up in flames and Prince William county early this morning It was first called in as a house fire by a passerby and Lee highway in Gainesville but when Prince William county fire and rescue arrived they realized it was a barn that was burning The firefighters also quickly learned that animals were inside but sadly they couldn't knock down the flames in time to save them In all 500 chickens and ducks for dogs and three pigs died in that fire and the barn was completely destroyed While the fire marshal's office isn't exactly saying what caused the fire they are calling it accidental Mike Morello WTO P news 18 year old Michael Arthur of dumfries was shot to death this morning in an apartment complex parking lot in Gainesville Prince William county police say Arthur was shot following a dispute and an acquaintance of Arthur brought him to a hospital where he later died The shooting scene is at the Somerset point apartments in the 14,000 block of deming drive A Maryland dentist has pleaded guilty in a healthcare scheme that included fraudulently getting money from people A dentist from Silver Spring pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud and healthcare fraud 70 year old Edward buford the third is ordered to pay more than $1.2 million in restitution to his victims According to the U.S. state's attorney's office for the district of Maryland buford and his co-conspirator paid cash bribes to Medicaid beneficiaries to receive dental services at his D.C. dental clinic The arrangement went on for 5 years starting in January of 2013 Medicaid lost more than $1.2 million in dentures that went undelivered to patients In addition to the money he has to pay back buford faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison Valerie bonk to WTO P news Well we here at WTO have a nose for news The Stafford county fire department's newest member has a nose for crime Move over mcgruff the crime dog Stafford county has Lincoln the arson dog Lincoln replaces duchess who recently retired Lincoln is a two year old yellow lab and spent 200 hours honing its nose in New Hampshire as part of the 54th class of State Farm arson dogs Stafford county gets the dog State Farm picks up the training cost The public however is the ultimate winner is Lincoln could mean the difference between an arson that is solved in one that is not Dell waters WTO P news We have a picture of Lincoln on.
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"Of that leak of a first draft of a Supreme Court opinion overturning roe versus wade and looking at the states 20 have trigger laws to ban or restrict abortions if rose overturned ABC News chief legal analyst Dan Abrams Yes they're going to be the states that immediately ban abortion but they're also going to be very important debates going on in a lot of the more purple states about where the line will be drawn now that the United States Supreme Court isn't dictating where that line ought to be Arson investigators looking into a fire inside that headquarters of the anti abortion group to Wisconsin family action somebody had spray painted a message outside that according to Madison police an easy victory and no need to schedule any concession speech ABC's Lama Hassan Hong Kong has a new leader John Lee got the job after a vote where he was the sole candidate Lee is known to be a supporter of Beijing He's also overseeing the 2019 crackdowns on pro democracy protesters Cinco was stinko and expensive for this politician with the alleged heavy right foot ABC's Dave packer And Nebraska Canada for sheriff was ticketed for speeding after an officer spotted him driving 107 mph along interstate 80 while on his way to a campaign stop at a Cinco de Mayo parade in Omaha George marathas campaign acknowledged that he was speeding said he'd comply and pay that $300 ticket This is ABC News And this is northwest news radio 1000 FM 97 7 We check your traffic every ten minutes on the fours here's oven in the dubin law group traffic center 5 18 east bound west of I 5 a collision is blocking the single right lane that is causing some heavy slowing in the immediate area back to about the airport from that also have a collision on state route 5 O 7 to Turner road traffic alternating through the southbound lanes right now seeing hesitation northbound 5 in Tacoma from about the wall to just pass the dome southbound filling in a bit around the 5 curve Heavy on soft bounce 5 from about northgate two 5 20 our next traffic is at four 14 Rebecca Stevenson checks our 1530 mortgage dot com where the forecast partly sunny skies and some areas cloudy with showers and others We're going to continue to see rain showers taper slightly as we get past sunset hour Overnight tonight expect to be mostly cloudy and we'll have a few spotty areas of morning drizzle and the showers are going to pick up and increase as we get through mid morning Low temperatures in the upper 30s to low 40s will stay below normal for Monday a few more sun breaks but showers staying persistent between Seattle and Everett on your Monday afternoon highs low to mid 50s From the como four weather center on meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson mostly cloudy skies with plenty of sunshine in downtown Seattle 54° Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station northwest news radio Good afternoon it is four O 5 I'm Kelly blye and here's what's happening Seattle's economy is making a comeback as more tourists return to the emerald city Como fours Paul Rivera reports with city leaders need to keep the recovery going Can visitors be kept safe In 21 and 22 the reason they're not coming downtown has changed to fear for their safety Now that's improving as more of the encampments and more of the homeless people get into housing Done again with a message to city leaders Just keep up the efforts to get those people who need help into services and off the street and make it more accessible for people who want to visit A spokesperson with SPD.
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"String of suspected arsons in Seattle's Ravenna neighborhood Camels. Mo Haider, with the latest, A window is now boarded up at this vacant home on the 2100 block of Ravenna Boulevard. After a call from a neighborhood we had a caller call 911 to report that she heard some breaking glass from what sounded like a neighbor's house. Shortly thereafter, she reported that the house appeared to be on fire. Fire department responded, and they were able to quickly extinguished the fire. A problem didn't stop there. 15 minutes later, another call came this time about a fire set to a car just a block away. And then the fire department responded to that as well and helped finish putting out that fire officers were looking for possible suspects. Two more fires happened Another 15 minutes later a few blocks away. This time to lawn furniture and this canoe No one injured in those fires. Common news time 6 34, and it's time for a look at your traffic and whether updated as we do every 10 minutes on the force from the Divine Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Kierra Jordan. We are working with a car fire in five south and I five near the five curve. Two right lanes are currently blocked. But our volumes are so light that it's really not causing too much of a backup. Just don't get to visually distracted. Also working with the new crash in Linden, This is South Down Highway 5 39 after West Badger That's partially blocking our southbound lane. If you're going from C Tech to Seattle, it takes 15 minutes. Seattle to Bellevue 11 minutes on either leg bridge. Our next Cuomo traffic at 6 44 checking the forecast meteorologist Kristin Clark predicting a flurry of activity at Seattle's waterfront today on this labor Day. Unfortunately, the weather.
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"That and you felt that you wanted to do something to totally at in the decade since as you said the la public library just rose to the challenge los angeles rose to the challenge. Now the la pl is seen as one of the great library systems in america if not the world and you of course have been a long time champion of it. What should people know about it in terms of its importance to la and its influence. Nationwide people need to redefine in their own heads. What library means. It isn't just a place where you walk in and the smell of books overwhelms you and the presence of books makes you think. Oh jeez where do i start. This library has a new libraries. A rebuilt library dedicated itself to not turning inward but turning outward to the community to bring the community to it to embracing young kids even homeless people who sit in the library and read for hours people who can find in the library things. They can't find anywhere else collections. That exists nowhere else in the entire country that the library is more than just books and shelves. It is the heart of los angeles in the promise of los angeles people who wanna get a high school diploma can go to the library and learn and prepare and study. Kids can take time from home if they don't have the internet homeless kids. Show up there and you know when the library closes at night. Those homeless kids will sit on the steps next to the door to pick up an internet signal so they can do their homework on their laptops. That's how important that this library is for the city and for the people that we don't even think of as the city the underserved card of los angeles the libraries there for them to and that goodwill by the library again. It's like I'm thinking in spanish right now but it hemp blood an example that other library systems especially when it comes to the une housed have adopted. And especially you mentioned a high school diploma. La public library was the first library system in the country to offer a program like that. Imagine that the city library is saying to its people. We are the resource for you. We can help you work your path to citizenship. We can help you study for a driver's license if you're going to trade school this is the place that can help to teach you how to learn. These trades these abilities. If you're going to college the same thing and if you want can find anything here because we will find it for you. The library partners with the city in a way. That is just remarkable. The library is the heart and soul and also the nervous system of a region. I think it has to be. I think because it is a public space. It's not a private space. It's not a club that you have to pay to belong to. It's not a theater that you have to pay to enter it. Is there for you los angeles. The world takes out library cards for los angeles. So it can sign onto the library site and say i'm looking for this. What you have about that angelinos need to respect the fact that.
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"So my friends at lemmon media have a new podcast. I'm excited to tell you about called. I'm sorry i'm sorry is all about apologies. And how they play out in the court of public opinion. It's hosted by comedians muhannad el-sheikhi ohio lopez and kiki monique each week. This show on facts. The latest and greatest in twitter gaffes petty beef and not so subtle. Schade forgive forget or cancel checkout. I'm sorry to explore the latest. In celebrity apologies help guests in listeners. Get their own redemption and say sorry stars. Who never got the apology. They deserved hash. Tag free brittany. I'm sorry premieres. August twenty seventh. Wherever you get your podcasts. Frank carson was a criminal defense attorney who spent years accusing police and prosecutors of corruption. Then they charged him with murder. I'm christopher gothard writer and host of the la times. podcasts dirty. John and detective trap. I'm inviting you to follow and listen to my new podcast. That trials of frank carson. This eight episodes series is a story of power politics and the law. In california's central valley new episodes of the trials of frank carson are available to find them search for the trials of frank carson. Wherever you get your podcasts thank you. There are many symbols of los angeles that are known worldwide but one of the more unsung ones the l. a. public library. It's made cameos. In tv and film hold hundreds of events now all of them literary every year and hosted nearly eleven million visitors in two thousand nineteen alone all of this has reflected a city perpetually in change a city that goes on to influence the rest of the country even something as seemingly boring as a library to talk about this influence and legacy is pat. Morrison my fellow gloomy here at la times. She's also the host of la times. Podcast it was simple. The betty broderick murders pat. Welcome to the times gustavo. What a pleasure. You're angelina pure impure straightforward. Have you seen elliot's libraries evolving your lifetime. Well the city fathers of the last century actually two centuries ago now. The nineteenth century decided that. If we're going to be a big classy city we had to have a library now. It didn't start out like much but the need for a library grew and so we began to identify ourselves as a literate city. And so what happened to the library. Years later was in a sense. A challenge to our own sense of identity as angelenos these days l. a. p. l. is also creating viral moments like the most recent one you know we we mentioned. amanda gorman. The poet who read joe biden's inauguration. Recently the linda. Linda team punk band had a rousing performance at the l. a. public library cypress park brand. Is this kind of thing that libraries need to do now to remain relevant. I think they have to do it. And i think the l. a. public libraries setting an example in a city where we don't have a lot of public spaces where we don't have a lot of gathering spaces. Library is a natural starting point and reaching out with music reaching out with anything. You might wanna public space to provide a safe. Space to provide is seven in los angeles has been yearning for and looking for for years in. The library has stepped into that role in a big way and everyone of course has their branch. Library has her favourite library but at the end all roads lead to the central library ad described the central library especially for folks who are not from southern california. The central library in the heart of downtown los angeles is a kind of weird looking almost egyptian looking building that was designed by a man named bertram goodhew who also designed his other claim to fame. Dha legislature in nebraska. There's your jeopardy question if you're looking for a half so you have this library with its gold mosaic Pyramid at the top symbolizing. The knowledge that you would find in the building below. I get excited just talking about it. Now y'all this mishmash of styles vary l. a. And in its own way and the central library got worldwide attention unfortunately in one thousand nine hundred six with epoch fire that burned at least four hundred thousand books and really damage the building and that actually sparked a lot of worldwide goodwill specially telethon that was hosted by the legendary televangelists. Dr jean scott. How important do you think was that disaster to change. People's mindsets of what los angeles actually is inner journey. Mitchell told us you don't know what you got to look on and that's pretty much. What happened with the library and library. Fire was that fire in april nineteen six arson fire and gustavo. I've covered so many horrible stories. This is the only story. I remember crying while i was covering it standing across the street looking at the library burn. I still get chills thinking about the fact that it was an arson fire wasn't an accidental fire. Someone would burn a library and embedded in our history. We know that burning libraries. It's like burning your culture. It happened in alexandria with the library. There it happened in world war one when the germans burned the library louvre. We take it personally. And that's what happened with los angeles we do. We really want to be the kind of city that sees its library burning and says man. We can just move on from here. The city rose to the challenge raised money. This was something that people could physically volunteer to out and they did. It was truly remarkable. How do you think it changed. L. a.'s conception of itself. I think it showed los angeles that the city does matter to us that our sense of identity is invested in parts of the physical city. At least and that we as angelenos can do something individually little kids donated money. Corporate leaders stepped in and said we're going to help out as well. And i think that made a difference because you saw your neighbor saying i want to do something about.
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"The linda linda's i. I always felt like we're already kind of on a trajectory of their own to be successful like they had opened for bikini. Kill they had starred in the movie moxie and when their video took off the viral notice of it was unexpected but the fact that they are already so cool and they have such a great sound. they're awesome. They're an awesome group of girls and they have like awesome music and so that was really happily surprised about how came out. It also gave the members eh. louise mila lucia and bella a chance to give some love back to the l. a. p. l. Here they are during a qna they recorded with kevin and senior librarian candice mac. Big library users right. Yeah i like to like get twenty books at a time from the library. Pick up from the silverlake library. Okay what about what about the others library branches are you guys been gone to. I love you in silverlake ranch. So i can just walk over there and pick up like cni both use the same library. Yeah i used to go to south pass one but since it's not open right now okay you can kill the elliott news game. What are your bosses. Think about this viral moment. I mean it's a lot to take in. I'm sure they love. It's like oh my god like here's this team punk band getting all this attention and by the way it's also getting attention for la public library. We're always about just trying to promote all of the resources that we have. I feel like we're one of the few institutions were. We don't ask anything all we want to do is give things like we don't there's nothing transactional you come in and you can take as much as the limits allow you to take like. We were always constantly pushing that. But as far as like how the linda linda's and i think it's the most popular post that we've ever done in the short time that we've been on social media. I mean it was. It was crazy. We're trying to take it all in then. The second most popular one arguably is in some ways as important. If not more which is and i loved it was that tweet with amanda gorman a picture of her when she was younger how it started and then her at the inauguration. How's it going. It was such a wholesome beautiful. Twee and of course that went crazy as well right right and amanda gorman is kind of a singular being also in herself like along with linda lynn is like amanda gorman was always going to be successful incredibly driven and we happen to provide a venue and an environment. She grow into her own being but just singularities their unique unto themselves and I guess we're just really happy to be a part of their success. In some small way we will lies. In the gold. Lind hills of the west we will rise from the windswept northeast or forefathers i realized revolution we will rise from the lake rim cities of the mid western states who advise him. The sun baked south. We will be build and in case you need a reminder here's la amanda gorman another l. pl alum from her appearance at president. Joe biden's inauguration in january of this year will emerged battered in beautiful when day comes. We step out the shade of flame and unafraid. The new dawn balloons as we free. It's for there was always lights if only were brave enough to see it if only were brave enough to be it for always striving to at least for our la made platform the cultural streaming platform that the linda linda's were on. We're always looking to elevate voices two underrepresented voices in los angeles like we're always looking to promote people. That should be heard again. It's about that idea of giving just a a broad range of viewpoints just like as a branch librarian. But i would do in someone would ask what am i reading and i would just give several selections of books they may have read and then sometimes i also feel like with those underrepresented voices. The best ones are always reminding people that. Oh that person is like me. Oh i'm not alone with my thoughts. I'm not alone with my feelings. And the best stories and the best performances bring those out. I guess there was things about. Amanda gorman in the linda linda's in particular that people just really resonated with and you know it kind of spoke to that idea of those thoughts that i've had those feelings that i've had a nod alone with them. You're typical librarian. You're beyond humble combined speak of public library where you folks so amazing and magnificent. We do like a crazy amount of things. Like i said we do the maker faire where we bring in all the different makers and the come into central library we do at your author series where we highlight different authors every week and give them a platform to also Speak so many of the library employees when the kovin situation happened and then to disaster service work so a lot of contact tracing a lot of them ran the meals hotline vaccination information so like there's really no end to the amount of things at the library kind of is constantly innovating to kind of push and just trying to be a good public service to the community of los angeles to the city of los angeles. Just trying to do just trying to do the most you know trying to help as many people as we can be fun and creative and weird and just being there for people and as we're.
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"Suspect arson and later found hundreds of rounds of ammunition inside a neighbor's doorbell. Camera shows him leaving the house Wednesday morning with a large black duffel bag. Reporter Jamie Yuka says his ex wife describes Sam Cassidy is angry and abusive. He killed himself. His deputies closed in 1/9 shooting victim has now died. There's a memorial tonight. Outside San Jose City Hall. Now CVS is joining the States offering vaccination sweepstakes. Starting next week, CVS will hold six weekly drawings offering thousands of prizes, including a Bermuda vacation and trip to the Super Bowl. Eligible participants must be at least 18 and have gotten a shot or registered for one at CVS. So no fee and GlaxoSmithKline enrolled 35,000 people in the U. S and around the world. For a large scale trial of another potential covert vaccine. The drug companies are going ahead with production even before the trial results. Aaron they hope to get emergency use authorization in the fourth quarter of the year. Ah pandemic low 406,000 Americans file first time unemployment benefits in the past week not unlike a supertanker accelerating sharply after a violent slow down last year. That its games such speed and this stable at this point is truly remarkable ingrates Mark Hamrick says weekly jobless claims are down by more than half since January, Airbnb extends its ban on party houses through the end of summer. It warns hosts and guests in Atlanta that covert violations could get you suspended her band from the Airbnb platform. Case. Elliot's NASCAR spotters suspended after his arrest in North Carolina for misdemeanor assault and battery. Hendrick Motor Sports has yet to name a replacement spotter for Elliot for this weekend's Coca Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. WSB news time 9 32. We're here for you. 24 hours a day, the top local.
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"Arson investigators in Los Angeles are identifying the alleged arsonist in custody who they say set fires that exploded last weekend, causing people and pricey Pacific Palisades to flee their homes. ABC is Alex Stone, with all the details from helicopters, yeah, by public peace and fire team, so somebody in the brush over the weekend starting multiple fires. Teams were sent in to find the man but had to retreat because of flames. On Sunday, he emerged from brush needing medical help for Smoke inhalation L A arson investigators say. 48 year old transient Ramon Rodriguez is now in custody. Accused of starting the fires. Ella is dealing with a growing problem of fires being set by the homeless. Alex Stone, ABC News LOS Angeles authorities say two people are dead and at least five wounded following the shooting of a party bus on an East Bay Freeway. Passengers were celebrating a woman's 21st birthday early today when the bus was attacked as it was returning to Oakland from San Francisco on Interstate 5 80. Dozens of shots were fired. The CHP says it appears the shooting was targeted. One of the women killed was a 19 year old Stockton resident. And upcoming reality show could give you a chance to rocket right into space. KGO attends Mark Miyata With that story. Discovery is having a solid week so far after announcing a merger with 18 Tease Warner Media yesterday, The Discovery Science Channel unveiled a competitive adventure TV show today called Who Wants to Be An Astronaut? The winner of the eight part series next year is expected to get a seat on Axiom Spaces, a X two mission to the International Space station using a space X rocket and capsule. Show was open to the public, and there's an online application asking for a short video about your space desires. Those selected will compete in grueling challenges.
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"You we also have. Who is how we got more Nobel. Well, well. We do have more Nobel Peace Prize news, don't we? Because black lives matter was nominated for the mostly peaceful the Nobel mostly peaceful price for looting and arson and violent attacks on the police. It's a new category they have this year just for the violent criminals sacking our cities to the United States. But the cause is righteous, so you know it's sad. Guys they got. They got it. All right. Oh, and speaking of which they have and and I shouldn't skip past this President. Trump has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by an Estonian Estonian member of parliament. That would be Estonia, one of the Baltic states. And my best girl and I've been there a couple few times to Estonia, Tallinn, Estonia, You know it's you make your way there by a variety of means. But being there a couple times and an Estonian member of Parliament has nominated President Trump. For the Nobel Peace Prize. Can you imagine such a thing for the Israel United Arab Emirates peace deal That's only one of four peace deals. Also Jared Kushner, the son in law nominated by Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, for the Nobel Peace Prize because he actually negotiated in person, four separate peace deals throughout the there. Ad. Broader Middle East well, Africa, Sudan. And Morocco. Peace deals with Israel and Alan Dershowitz has nominated President Trump's son in law, Jared Kushner for the Nobel Peace Prize, too. But now At long last President Trump has is his. I think, his fifth nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize. Not that the Nobel Committee is actually considered it seriously because they're lefties, and they're filled with filled with hatred. For you know everyone because they're lefties, and you know how there but that's a That's good news. Also, um, they have this State department. What is she, the deputy communications director at the State Department, and she's like pigs in a blanket prime like bacon, Leftist and anti police Lefty, and this stuff that she had written has emerged now. Number two spokesmodel at the State Department and they have this radical leftist racist cop hater who has no idea what's in the news. She still thinks that Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, said hands up Don't shoot and was shot while being unarmed by the police. At least she's still spreading that propaganda. Of the anti police left on De so she, you know, she's got that going for and I've got that for you today. Also Stacey Abrams, you know she is. She's been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize of Georgia. I think it's the Nobel Peace Prize for Refusing to concede an election, which he still hasn't done. But that's noble. She's nominated by the kids so she might win. I hope she does win it because the prize is a complete joke. And it has been for a very long time. Greta Fun burg. Of course. 90% of her fund is below the water line. She's been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, the guy that was poisoned by Vladimir Putin. Who is a Communist, by the way, just like most people, the Democrat Party today Alexey it navalny. He has been nominated the World Health Organization for lying to the world about the Wuhan red death has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. And and, of course, black lives matter for looting and arson. And I think homicide. There are a lot of homicides in there, too. Maybe just for that massacre of police officers in Dallas that about the Nobel Peace Prizes is a joke and the Biden administration They've got a lot of planning to do. They'll never be as too of course, because the reporters at the White House Are asked by Gen possess Keys gang to submit their questions in advance. Submit their Hey, Could we just get you before the briefing? Could we get your questions? An event? That's why they think it's brave for lunch bucket Joe Biden to call on Peter Doocy of Fox News because he might ask you a question that they didn't have an advance pre scripted. It's like a third World country. It's like a banana republic, and then they press they don't say anything about it. They keep it a secret from the American people that the White House is asking for their questions in advance so they can prepare and have a little fake scripted thing. And the White House press corps do they speak up about it? No, no, they don't They keep it a secret. They don't Because they're not. You know, transparency, people. They're Democrats. They're they're not journalists. They're Democrats. We have lots of updates. And Wuhan got the route. Wuhan Red Death update. Joy Behar, You know she's a bright one. She is. She thinks that the entire country all students in America should be held back a year. If you're a senior in high school this year, you should do it over again. That's what she thinks. If you're in eighth grade, you should do it over again. Because joy they are one of the great intellects of the 21st century in media and I have I have another story fray because my best girl and I we went out last night We had a little snowstorm and stuff. We went out hiking around and did this and that And then we went to a restaurant. You know, 25% seating capacity went to a restaurant and we we were joined by a friend who's a police officer. Police officer Washington D. C. And, uh, came in and in uniform armed, you know, like the whole thing. It would be very frightening to Alexandria cost you your test. What? He heard this audio of her and my my friend. Our friend told us the story about going to the shooting range. The shooting range and it has to do with Joe Biden. It has to do with Joe Biden. And police officers going to the shooting range. Now, think about this. It's like a jeopardy question. What? Where do you think it goes from there?.
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"There's been one arrest in a massive courthouse, fire and official says a suspect has been taken into custody following the blaze that destroyed the 111 year old Mason County courthouse in Texas. No one was hurt. But county Judge Jerry Bearden says the flames could be seen from miles away. He adds to see it now it just breaks your heart to look at it. Fire. Investigators suspect arson in both the courthouse fire and the boys about the same time at a house one mile away. Jason Walker reporting There's another dramatic change for the idea to ride this year. Officials on Friday announced that the sea fan favorite ceremonial start The world's most famous sled dog race has been canceled over crowd size concerns during the pandemic. That usually draws large crowds to downtown Anchorage. Where food tents line city straits Or these stories to town hall dot com. Patrick Pause. Wcbm Baltimore comply, then snowfall totals possible this weekend, Saturday night and Sunday for Baltimore on the Winter Storm Watch goes into effect Saturday night Overnight low tonight 30 degrees partly to mostly cloudy Saturday with rain coming in from the South. It'll high of 48, then snow overnight Saturday with some 2 to 5. Inch totals likely lie Sunday morning by Sunday. 39 was Sunday night 17. In the team's for much of next week. I'm Scott Larrimore, the weather Channel on top Pretty of 6 80 Wcbm Wcbm Studios are sponsored by a safe retirement solution. Visits. Safe retirement solutions.
KOA 850 AM
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"Murder, assault, arson and burglary. President Biden today signing executive orders to combat the threat of climate change and making this promise We're not going to ban fracking. Protect jobs and grow jobs, well, ordering the government to use more clean energy. He also said he wants to re educate workers who rely on jobs in the oil and coal industry. The president is setting new emission standards. To help protect federal lands. The White House team charged with combating covert 19, holding its first briefing today, saying more Americans getting the vaccine over 23.5 million doses of covered 19 vaccine have been already administered at CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky, who says more than 1.6 million doses per day are being given to Americans. You might need a negative covert tests before you get to fly domestically in the United States. As of this week, a new rule is in place in anybody over two years old, flying back into the U. S from any other country, including Mexico and Canada must have a negative cove. It test within three days of flying. But today, the CDC saying it is actively looking at whether to require a negative cove it test before flying domestically. Like it is done internationally. You could initially cause a big drop off in bookings. His people worry about getting tested in time or don't want to get tested. And, like Stone, ABC News and in sports. The Buffs basketball team plays Washington State in Boulder tonight, just four days after beating the Cougars by 11 in Pullman. That's a turnaround that creates a psychological challenge. According to head coach Town Boil, it becomes a mental situation between the years of finding your edge. And I hope our players confined their edge and tip off. Set for seven coverage on K Away starts at 6 30 Now Jones closed today down 633 points s and P Down 98 the NASDAQ Down 355 Our Next news updated 4 30 I'm Connor's Trayvon K away NewsRadio a 50 A M and 94 1 FM. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs..
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"arson" Discussed on WTOP
"Sheriff's Office says the man was confronted about stealing at a Wal Mart when he pulled out a gun and began shooting. He then managed to steal a pickup truck from outside the store and took off down route 28. But he eventually crashed and was arrested near pens, Bro Drive. The three officers that were hit are expected to be okay. Charges have not yet been announced. Melissa Howell, w T. O P. Nis, a Green Dog police officer, is in critical condition this morning after she was hit by a car while responding to an accident in Greenbelt. That happened around 10 o'clock last night on Edmonston Road near Sunnyside Avenue. The officer hit outside of her car as she was helping U. S. Park Police respond to another crash. The officer was airlifted to a nearby hospital in critical condition. The striking driver remained at the scene. This is a developing story, keeping here with w. T. O P for the latest. We're also following another crash in Prince George's County That left a man dead Prince George's County police here that a car ran off the road and flipped over at the intersection of ST Barnabus Road in 28th Avenue in Temple Hills, right around three o'clock this morning. At least tell. W T OBY. The driver was declared dead at the scene. No word on what caused that crash part of ST Barnabus Road was closed for that investigation. This. There is new information on to New Year's Day fires in Prince George's County, including one that claimed a woman's life in a three alarm fire in an apartment building on Alice Avenue in Oxon Hill and around 8 30 in the evening, Georges County police identified and detained an adult female subject on the suspicion of arson. Michael Eurasian with Prince George's County Fire.