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"aurora illinois" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:35 min | 7 months ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Well. Jordan Glass cow Got it done from Aurora, Illinois. Mark went to Marvin Academy Know Morley in here in his hometown. He stops the bears of the blocked punt. Now the Colts Goto work first intend their own 47 Taylor alone set back with Philip Rivers under center. It's too tight ends, including Allie Cocks moving to the right side. Rivers takes the snap play action will throw on first down rivers with pocket collapses gets to his left tries to runaways brought down at the 45. He was dragged down by Roy Robertson Harris. At the 45 yard line just outside the left, Tash, but a flag will see if it is hold against the Colts. Coverage down through. I think this is where the Bears will have a true advantage over the Colts. Second offense number 56 10 Yard penalty replay first down On the former first round pick Clinton Nelson. Rumor has it when the cold selected Nelson sixth Overall, the Bears wanted him eighth overall because Nelson was off the board bear selected, wrote one Smith. Instead, Quentin Nelson has turned into a Pretty good player in all pro each of his first two years in the NFL holding penalty there now the Colts are backed up first down in 20 to their own 37. On the right hash four receivers three on the left. Now the tight end trade Burton moves and stays on the left side. Taylor's the running back to the right of Philip Rivers, who gets the staff out of the gun rivers throwing to the right side. It's short. Kyle forgot in front of it, but it looks like a penalty will be called on Fuller as the ball was caught anyway. The right side of the field as the Colts T Y. Hilton makes the catch of the 45 yard line near the sideline. We'll see if the sense of being pass interference on Fuller. Wow. I mean, Defense number 23 bowling place in the spot of the foul automatic first down while call Fuller. I mean, that's unfortunately did time order back, but it was just it because such it was such a bad throw. He read it perfectly good broke, but unfortunately broke right through the The receiver and in them in the penalty. First quarter. No score. Colts goal right toe left in this opening period 11 19 on the clock. It's first intent for the Colts, their own 45 tailor the lone setback. It's Rivers goes under center has got a tight end on the line on each side. Seaver goes in motion. That's Pascal. It's River's taking, snaps, turning and giving the tailor up the middle 50 Taylor with the seam it gets to the 45 of Chicago. He's near another first down, but another penalty already the third of this game. Well, you look a clue, Mac. He's already called innit. Holding.

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Monthly Recap March 2020 - Coronavirus, Anything Else?

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

09:58 min | 1 year ago

Monthly Recap March 2020 - Coronavirus, Anything Else?

"It's time for the end of the month. Wrap up and this is going to be a fairly short episode Because there's not much else to talk about besides being locked on our homes just speaking of the blog post. I wanted to talk about another blog. Post that I that I follow for quite some time. Now let's improving police by David C Cooper if you've listened to past episodes you know. I've interviewed chief David Cooper and He's very kind and gracious enough to come in the PODCAST. He has Featured another Chief of police current chief of Police Aurora Police Department in Illinois. And that chief is chief. Kristen Zemun I hope. I'm saying that name Right Z. I. M. A. N. Zemun Kristen Zemun or Zimin. Kristen Zemun she wrote a post called. What is this pandemic trying to teach us? So I think it's very important that we understand You know what what we're supposed to be learning if anything right during these days and Times. All locked in our homes Essentially right. We're not really locked inside. There's no martial law. There's no order saying we can't go outside Please check out my past episodes where chief Vern Rick and also Dr Canea Turner in which we went over the pandemic and in in to be looking for and how the police are gonNA responding all kinds of stuff like that so when we went over that kind of stuff. Here's another opinion post By chief Christian Zemun and she's talking about what this pandemic is trying to teach us and we should be trying to learn something we should be trying to come out of this a little bit smarter a little bit better and I think that all of our lives we should always be trying to improve upon ourselves and she reflects upon his time. You know you know. And it's really devastating time. We consider all this going on right the NBA season has been canceled. There's no march madness a no championships. colleges are shut down a more than likely no problems school or closed down all these different things and And it's really been very devastating to people who have become accustomed to all the ways in which we live right favor restaurants. A close can't go to bowling alleys. I WANNA say. I heard a story about a about a barbershop. In Hartford with a police had to go in there and make him stop cutting hair and I think even arrests were made There was a situation of Florida in which Was still holding services so this this whole thing has really taken us by surprise in by storm essentially but we gotta get used to it and I got to be very upfront and honest. I thought that a lot of this was just drastic overreaction but as I'm watching the news and seeing the death tolls rise in seeing the you know the the models of what could happen. If we don't try to do something about it than I gotTa Say. Even my mind. was changed nevertheless We gotta try to learn something. And that's what chief. Kristen Zemun is trying to get US. To understand and era post. Essentially I'M GONNA read it. But she essentially talks about Does being patients and and how we choose to respond to to any type of situation on this right. I think I've done a another episode of in our daily Encouragement sessions weekly encouragement sessions. In which we try to understand that you know life is. Life is ten percent of what happens to us and the other ninety percent of our respond to it. And so that's essentially chief. Kristen Zemun is saying. It's our response that matters now and how we're responding and so that's the most important things are response I WanNa just Kinda put chief. Kristen Zemun out their last name. Z. M. A. N. Z. I. M. A. N. Zemun First name is Christian with a K. K. R. I S. T. E. N. Kristen Zemun and she has a blog. And you can go to her blog and read up on catch up on what she's got going on over there once again. She is a chief of police in Aurora Illinois. So another thing that I wanted to talk about what we're learning from this is Yes we we're learning patience and we're learning That we have to choose how we respond to this and I think that now is the time to really try to reconnect with our families reconnect with our friends Try to put down as we're sitting around in the house no place really to go Maybe turn off the TV's may be turned off The Video Games turn off our tablets and cellphones and really try to do some reconnection especially since a lot of people are working from home. if you're you know if you have the ability to work from home because a lot of people are just outta work applying for all these different Out of work benefits and so it's really really can become very frustrating to people and people really can't fill some type away because you know the bills are still going to be do their some companies and corporations that are going to be Putting off payments or allowing payments to come in at a later date and time but those payments are still going to be do and yes. There's a stimulus package coming with. Thousand or hundred dollars is supposed to be coming. But what is that really going to do in the in the grand scheme of things? I think that they really want to bail. People out you know can't license of some debts cancellation. The student loans You know I think that that would really help you. Know maybe no taxes for a little while I think that that is the biggest thing. Twelve hundred dollars that'll pay rent And then that'll be it so I don't. I'm not very impressed by that particular number. Maybe five thousand or ten thousand. Maybe that'll be a little bit better. I know that's unrealistic. But but you know twelve hundred dollars is really not is really nothing is really drop in a bucket another thing. I think that we can learn. Should learn from this. Is that when when our government really want something or at least when they see a what's in it for them you know type of thing right. What's in it for them? Now They I. They understand that they stimulate the economy if they keep going than than the taxes will continue to come in. And that's really just. The bottom line is really about taxes and revenue in the financial a stability of the country. And make sure the finances are continuing to flow towards the top. And that's what's really important to them. But if we talk about feeding the homeless or mental health care or food stamps or a shelter for the homeless or Medicare for all or free college or anything like that then all of a sudden. We don't have the money for that. Oh we can't do that. We can't find who's GONNA pay for that right that's always a mantra but but in this time of pandemic than okay we'll give everybody twelve hundred dollars a mere dry like. I said before a measly drop in the bucket and then we'll go on with business as usual So I think that we. We really have to learn what our government is doing in. That's why we had to really understand that our votes have meaning and they have consequences. Elections have consequences. And this is what we're voting for a Lotta Times. And even we olding our noses voting. This is still what we're getting so I think that that's it's really problematic Really disappointing but you know. This is the light that we had to live and We really have to understand how to play the game a lot of times. If you listen to my episode with Stephanie Lawrence She said we had to understand how to play the game. And that's a lot of times we just don't understand how to play the game. It's disappointing. I also think that we learned a lot about us as a country first of all as a country. If we understand that you know when schools closed grammar high schools A lot of kids they realize are not going to be able to eat and so Which is which is a very sad state of affairs right. We understand the Black Panthers. Were were really the originators of breakfasts programs and and all that kind of stuff and I and I believe that here now in Connecticut they are either have passed looking to pass a bill that would stop the shaming of people of kids. Who Don't have lunch money First of all I think that All school lunch programs ought to be free. If we can feed our prisoners who are we have incarcerated and if we can feed our troops who sent away and military excursions and in operations then we should feed our students who are our future. I don't understand why we make them pay for lunch or breakfast at all. But nevertheless and so we understand that many people who are financially strapped their children will be home and now these children will not be able to eat the same nutritious meals that they would get in schools and so a lot of people have opened up their hearts and minds in their wallets in restaurant doors in allow children to go in there and to be able to consume in an eat which I think is great for them. I think it's sad for us as a country but I think that the government really has an obligation to make sure that it is citizens are fed. I really believe that and I think that And I think that it's great that these civilians in store owners and restaurant owners are really opening up their doors. But I think that we ought to look in the C- look in the mirror and ask ourselves. What are we really doing? How are we living? When our children don't have enough to eat? And of course this has led to the parents their their inability to get a decent paying job and all that kind of stuff so we can have a great discussion about that The financial resources that are coming in and different people who are working two and three jobs in order to make ends meet and still not able to provide the children with nutritious meals You know so. That's that's a whole nother conversation. We can have another time so I think that we should take a look at Sophos of the country. See what's going on but also give ourselves a little bit of congratulations in that. Some people are stepping up and doing what they can do. In order to make sure that these kids are eating

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Land in Aurora Illinois hi thanks for taking my call third I do appreciate it well I was thinking about the how important are an occasion is between a husband and wife that practice corporal punishment my wife and I are both on the younger and I'm twenty seven to thirty two and we spent a good deal not a not daily but a good amount of time discussing what are the current when we can here are some kind of physical disappointing what the standard for that and I think that while you're having a like minded and a great deal of trust in each other how could help a good deal because oftentimes children one of themselves are perfect parent yeah and for each other and you know that that that Mary Kay the rock solid and it's apparent fake thinker patient Nicole while ally are kind to each other and for their children physical discipline and good and ideally if where it should only after I think happened yeah well I think most people would agree with that all right he was twenty two when he has those few I thank you for calling it makes sense to me there was a kid who ran over Demona yes when my older son was two years old in a park in Los Angeles a hello six year old kid just ran over to him and threw him down they they weren't even having if talk little of the fight it is through them on the ground and his mother ran over to him and she said honey what's troubling you she should distract them that's my view that's a perfect that's a perfect example of where I think it would work and be morally necessary back in a moment relief factor or that's the thing my friends that that's the thing love this product you will love it give it a three week try that's their deal nineteen dollars and ninety five cents give three weeks supply take it as directed it's very important may or may not work allies seventy percent of the people who try it out then go on to buy at regular price in the thirty percent who don't many of them it's because they make a mistake give me the nineteen days that they have brought the product go to relief factor dot com try it out for.

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And yet they hardly have to pay anything for my insurance. It's a group of people that are getting robbed by the insurance company. When I'm sixty-five it'll go down, but I have to pay this until them. You did he sets right? I think you see a number of proposals that go beyond fixing the Affordable Care Act. We absolutely must without question fix Deportiva character from all the death by a thousand cuts that occurred for the last two years by the Republicans and by President Trump to shore up the existing folks. But clearly, this is why many of us are advocates for Medicare for all. They're also bills to lower the age that you can buy into Medicare for the very reasons that you're showing the flaws of the system. Yeah, we we can't have it be that expensive to offer what every other westernized country in not every other country, but many westernized countries in the world currently offer their citizens anyway, and we should be able to do that. So I think we've taken up to the bigger conversation of the Medicare for all there are other bills that also would be steps forward. We're going to immediately. We had a press conference recently to shore up the Affordable Care Act. But I I completely hear you. There's no. Question and even Care Act right now, the duck devils are way too high because of all the changes that happen by the Trump administration were trying to unwind all of that. But you should dot go broke just to be healthy in this country. That makes no sense. Diane and Tampa, Florida listening W M F, you're on the air with congressman Fokin. It had Diane. That's STAN running things I wanted to point out. We recently had an expose in the local newspaper about military housing here. How much a mold and there's rats and roaches. Campus very damp climate. She always have to deal with mold. And I was wondering what got Mr. pope can. I don't know if I pronounce his name correctly. If we couldn't emphasize that as Democrats that we need to put our money there instead of a wall because they're always using the military to say, we take such good care of military. And if you want to access the article within the Tampa Bay times probably about a week or two ago. Yeah. Dan. That's a great point. In fact, some of that money for military hosing is being diverted from my home state of Wisconsin for the wall under the proposal by the president. So that's why we have been fighting. It we expect there'll be a court injunction at some point on this. And we're hoping that no dime of money will be diverted to the wall at the end of the day. But you know, he's come back with another eight billion dollar request in his budget proposal that again is is on many other fronts completely ridiculous cuts social security, Medicaid, national institutes for health Special Olympics as we highlighted with our conversation secretary, DeVos. So that is absolutely one of the areas. We are pointing out in their projects all around the country and everyone's district for money will be diverted. I think that's a great suggestion in RTC members doing it. And we've had that conversation about my home state Frank on the on Staten Island New York here on the air with Carson Po-Chun. Good afternoon. You know, when when when when they ask people on the street in California, what do you like better ObamaCare or favorable Care Act? They don't know it's the same thing or in movies on state of the union, and Mr. tapestries, well, the difference in your pre existing condition coverage is that you're the cost is different and people that don't believe that people in Puerto Rico, citizens or New Mexico is poly United States. How do you convince people that whatever the Republicans put out there is probably not worth the paper printed on? That's my big worry right now. Yeah. Frank L mine too because they seem to be very disciplined they get Franklin out there. And you know, they're doing all kinds of stuff to get just the right words to use the all repeat the right words, and they don't care if it's a liar. Not they put it out there, and they're effective for that reason in many times, the the good news is I think Donald Trump, though has proven himself enough to be a liar that people don't believe even after he completely exonerated him. In every way from their mother report, even though no-one it people get that in twenty nine percent said he's been exonerated. But the rest haven't though to me, I look at that. It was a silver lining because there's a part of his base. That's never gonna leave him as long as he talked bad about black and Brown skin people and people who are Muslim and anyone else who's another in this country. If he keeps that up he's gonna have that based on what? But the fact that only twenty nine percent after all his personal exoneration of himself, people are smarter. So I still believe in the American people even know we see these distortions of facts because people are smarter than the Republicans think they are. And we just have to keep putting the truth out there in in every possible way through our social media in the conversations, we have with our friends, and I do think we can get that across Bill and Aurora Illinois. You're on the air with congressman Fokin. Yeah. Mr. Roldan's Rosenstein sometime ago announced he was going to step down. And when he delayed it. Because of bolo reports coming out, I think he's much more trustworthy than Mr. bar developments about how long will wait till he actually steps down. Bill nothing. I know of I completely agree with you is more trustworthy than the attorney general especially given his history in this area. But you know, I think Robert Muller and to be fair. Rod Rosenstein has impressed me the very first meeting. We had with him. I was a little concerned it was in a classified setting some things he said a thought you may not be a straight shooter. Instead, he turned out to be very fair and protected what could happen with report. But all the more reason why we need to see the report because what's in. There may be different than sixty five words paraphrased or sixty five words, plus other paraphrasing by the attorney general. So I don't have the answer on how long rod Rosenstein, it'd be around. But I do have confidence that we have many ways to subpoena people should we need to if we think we're not getting the truth and all the information Bill in Saint Paul Minnesota here on the air with congressman Fokin. A Bill in M nine fifty. Good day, gentlemen. It was my understanding of chill. Reagan came along with social security has never taxed at all. And and being a senior I'm not exactly anywhere near living a life of luxury on social security, someone in congressman if that can be reversed are lessened in some way. And I'll take my answer off the air. Thank you very much like the show. Thank you. Sure. Bill. Thank you. I, you know, I think there's a lot of things we need to do around social security one John Lewis as a Bill that would increase the amount of increases. You're getting considered being tied to the CPI two different index. We need to do more things to strengthen preserve the program like lifting the cap either partially or completely to extend the life of the program when it comes to the tax issue. I think I'll I referred to earlier in the program. We still have a Republican Senate in a White House. I don't anticipate they will do anything that democratize is taxing social security, but you make a really solid point that is a relatively small amount of money yet a very real amount of when a third of the people are living just off social security and half the people in the country also security and in their home if vital to people's existence in anything that takes away from that relatively small amount. People get that they paid into their entire life seems to be a problem. So I think it's something you could change but will change in the current environment. I doubt it Mark. In chicago. You're on the air with congressman him. Mark. Let's see. I'm sorry, Mark. I was hoping for a Blue Wave yesterday in Wisconsin. And I was very win to hear that the radical right candidate Brian hacker. Then Pete democrat, Lisa principal, pronunciation Neubauer. And the result was just fifty point two to forty nine point eight and carry congressman about your refill that and if you think there may be a chance for run up in that tight election. Yeah. Mark thanks for that question. I'd say I was up fairly late watching the results in was very sad. At least a new bar is is extraordinary candidate. She was endorsed by ninety eight percent of the judges who endorsed in the race including she in. And the person she beat who as you as you said was the radical homophobes conservative outspoken that stance. Nineteen of the twenty two judges that are their level they serve with endorsed her over him. I mean, it was very very clear, and I was shocked to see the result part of it is we have lower turnout in those April races. We did have a Madison mayor's race. And we delivered a lot of votes out of their for Lisa Neubauer. But I'm still getting some of the information about what happened across the state, but it was very disheartening because it was important.

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Teen says he is Illinois child missing for eight years

Eddie and Rocky

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Teen says he is Illinois child missing for eight years

"Dot com. Police in Aurora Illinois are sending detectives to the tri-state to investigate a missing child report that could involve a boy who disappeared in twenty eleven teen in Newport today reportedly claimed that he is Timothy pits in any recently escaped from kidnappers Timothy Pinson is a child who disappeared after his mother's suicide in Illinois years ago federal agents

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4 officers injured in Aurora shooting released to families

America Trends

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

4 officers injured in Aurora shooting released to families

"One officer remains in the hospital after a deadly shooting at an Aurora Illinois warehouse on Friday, the other four officers have been released from the hospital. The officer who remains is in good condition, although he continues to recover from gunshot wounds.

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Hundreds mourn shooting victims in Aurora, Illinois

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Hundreds mourn shooting victims in Aurora, Illinois

"Mourners in Aurora Illinois gathered Sunday to remember the five workers killed and five police officers injured in Friday's mass shooting at the Henry Pratt company the attack they begin when forty five year old Gary Martin was fired police killed Martin in a gun battle

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Shooter in deadly Illinois rampage was not supposed to own a gun

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Shooter in deadly Illinois rampage was not supposed to own a gun

"There was a vigil in Aurora Illinois at the warehouse where a gunman on Friday killed five and injured six other people police shot and killed the shooter forty-five-year-old Gary Martin who was being fired from his job. At the warehouse an initial background check failed to detect Martin's felony conviction that would have barred him from buying the gun that he used in the shooting.

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Aurora Launches GoFundMe to Help Families of Shooting Victims

The Ray Lucia Show

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Aurora Launches GoFundMe to Help Families of Shooting Victims

"Aurora. Illinois is coming together after a tragedy. Struck on Friday USA's, Tim Burke reports the city of Aurora Illinois is setting up gofundme page for the victims of Friday's shooting at a manufacturing plant their Aurora. Strong community fund hopes to raise around fifty thousand dollars for the families of the five people who died Aurora police chief Kristen Zemun on the mood of her officers. There's a lot of sombreness knowing that lives lost as I was talking to a few officers. They said they felt like they saved a lot of lives today. But they're going to be concentrating on the five victims that they couldn't. And so right now, there's on one hand deci relief at our officers are going to be okay.

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 Aurora shooting: 'The worst day our company has ever had'

Garden America - Sundays

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Aurora shooting: 'The worst day our company has ever had'

"Following that shooting at a Henry Pratt company warehouse in Aurora Illinois were a fired worker killed five people and wounded several others CEO. Scott hall spoke to reporters about the incident and steps his company plans to take all of our location. We are offering counseling and other employees this program. In the days and weeks ahead. We will be reviewing every aspect of this tragedy. Steps we need to ensure this horrible incident is never repeated. There's anything we could have done or could do in the

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 Aurora shooting: 'The worst day our company has ever had'

Garden America - Sundays

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Aurora shooting: 'The worst day our company has ever had'

"Following that shooting at a Henry Pratt company warehouse in Aurora Illinois were a fired worker killed five people and wounded several others CEO. Scott hall spoke to reporters about the incident and steps his company plans to take all of our location. We are offering counseling and other employees this program. In the days and weeks ahead. We will be reviewing every aspect of this tragedy. Steps we need to ensure this horrible incident is never repeated. There's anything we could have done or could do in the

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Vigils planned to honor Aurora shooting victims

Purity Products

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Vigils planned to honor Aurora shooting victims

"Vigils planned over the next few days to honor the five people killed in Friday's shooting at a warehouse in Aurora, Illinois, one of them was Vincennes eight Harare's. Hey, forklifts operator at the Henry Pratt company. His daughter. Danas says. He would answer. I call my dad who went to the emergency room. Aspinall have my dad. Nope. Police say the gunman had a felony assault conviction which should have prevented him. From owning the gun.

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Five Dead In Aurora Workplace Shooting: Police Chief

AP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Five Dead In Aurora Workplace Shooting: Police Chief

"A workplace shooting near Chicago, leave spies people dead. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. The police chief in Aurora Illinois. Kristen Zima says when officers responded to a manufacturing facility several of them were shot. Other officers went in to make a grim discovery. Inside the building. At this time. We have confirmed that five victims are deceased the forty five year old gunman died in a shootout

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Aurora shooter should not have owned gun, police say

KDWN Programming

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Aurora shooter should not have owned gun, police say

"Soon police say the shooter who killed five fellow workers and wounded five police officers at the Henry Pratt company Aurora. Illinois should not have been allowed to own a weapon. Correspondent Scott McLean reports Gary Martin had been convicted of bludgeoning and stabbing a girlfriend a conviction that turned up when he applied for a concealed carry permit. The only state police did send him a letter saying you need to turn in your gun licence in this state. They call it a four car. And also his weapon, though, it's not clear that any level of law enforcement. Whether it was the state police or the local law enforcement here in roar, actually, followed

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Neighbor on gunman in workplace shooting: "He always kept to himself"

KDWN Programming

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Neighbor on gunman in workplace shooting: "He always kept to himself"

"The man who opened fire and killed five co workers had taken a gun. He wasn't supposed to have two job. He was about to lose right after he was fired from his job for fifteen years at the Henry Pratt company and Aurora Illinois. Gary Martin pulled out a forty caliber Smith and Wesson, then started shooting killing five people and wounding a sixth. Ceo, Scott hall says Friday was the worst day the company has ever had. We are hurting right now. The families of Ross play Josh this center and Trevor are also grieving right now five police officers were also wounded the shooter had been arrested six times in Aurora and a felony conviction for aggravated assault and Mississippi should have barred him from buying his gun.

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Rachel Cordova Sacramento. NBC News Radio. I'm Jim Forbes the death toll in Aurora Illinois stands at six, including the shooter after a man opened fire inside a manufacturing facility where he just lost his job. Authorities say forty five year old Jerry Martin killed five employees at the Henry Pratt company and injured five police officers before dying in a firefight with law enforcement. Gary Martin was waiting for first responders. He apparently started shooting at them from a window. The first officers within a four of them two of them were hit by gunfire. A second wave came through three of them or struck by gunfire for an hour and thirty five minutes that was NBC's Ron Motte. All of the officers are expected to recover from their injuries. Top Democrats are condemning President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the US Mexico border. An ex cardinal Theodore McCarrick is being defrocked by the Vatican do to sexual misconduct allegations. Jim Forbes NBC. Newsradio a riot. At a San Diego prison has left at least ten people injured officials at Donovan state prison say fights involving around fifty inmates broke out Friday morning. Several inmate manufactured weapons were found in the yard. There are no reports of officers among the injured a federal judge is imposing a partial gag order on longtime Trump ally, Roger stone. Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered stone and lawyers on both sides to refrain from making statements to the media, or in public settings that pose a substantial likelihood of material prejudice to this case. They're also ordered to avoid talking to reporters outside the federal courthouse in Washington, D, C, the colorful and outspoken stone is facing criminal charges related to special counsel Robert Muller's ongoing Russia investigation. Brian shook NBC News Radio PayLess shoe source will close all twenty one hundred stores in the US and Puerto Rico after its liquidation sale begins on Sunday, the company made the announcement Friday. Day becoming the biggest closing by single chain this year. A spokespersons says the stores will most likely remain open until may General Motors. Canada is calling for talks with officials from the Canadian Auto Workers union uniform. The plan is to talk about benefits for employees at the Oshawa assembly plant, it's slated to close this year. The automaker issued a statement yesterday saying they're planning to offer workers lump sums up between fifty and sixty thousand dollars along with pensions paid retraining at community colleges and more TM Canada is also planning to offer extended benefits and new carve out your to the Oshawa workers. They also say they want to help people find new jobs, at least as e- NBC, News Radio and Jennifer Aniston is okay. After a private jet carrying her Courtney, Cox and other friends was forced to make an emergency landing on Friday. The flight apparently a surprise trip to Mexico for her birthday had to land in Ontario. But all are. Okay. Jim Forbes NBC News Radio. Talk. Six fifty K S T an iheartradio station. You get.

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Aurora gunman opened fire on his coworkers as soon as he lost his job

Overnight Talk

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Aurora gunman opened fire on his coworkers as soon as he lost his job

"Update. A man being fired from his job shot dead. Five co workers at a factory on the outskirts of Chicago and wounded five police officers before being gunned down CBS the Killian with more on suspect. Gary Martin officers arrived and were fired at two officers who entered the building were shot more arrived to a hail of bullets and three were struck. Then they discovered the extent of the tragedy. Martin worked at the manufacturing firm about forty miles west of Chicago for fifteen years Aurora, Illinois police chief, Kristen Zemun offered a heartfelt message to the victims and first responders. Thank

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Robert Muller's office has weighed in with a recommendation for how much time former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort should spend in prison for his conviction for financial crimes the recommendation nineteen and a half to twenty four and a half years nearly quarter century in prisoner. Senior Justice correspondent have impressed joins us now with the latest. So did the special counsel make any additional sentencing recommendation beyond that they did not end Sunday essentially said that the judge should follow? What the recommendations are from the probation offices is what the guidelines are for this type of crime. If you remember a jury in Alexandria, Virginia found a Paul Manafort guilty of financial crimes is Bank fraud tax fraud. And what the prosecutor said that in the end, they say that Manafort active for more than a decade as if he were above the law and deprived. The federal government of various financial institutions of millions of dollars. They say these are serious serious crimes that Paul Manafort had had a choice. And this is all obviously these are crimes that happened years ago, but they continued into the time that he was leading the Trump campaign. So they said he had a choice to follow the law, and he chose not to and metaphor sixty nine years old was his age taken into account. They said that you should not take into account that. And I and you're right. I mean, this is for a man who is about to be seventy seventy years old this could be a life sentence. And last time we've seen him in court the last couple of times a he did not look good. He's been wheeled in. This is somebody who at the beginning of this case was coming in in in tailored, suits. So he does not look good. And they say that there was a risk of recividism if you take into account his age, and the judge in the D C case, I mean, what did she have to say just in terms of the importance of the communications between Manafort and Clement, right? Exactly. So here's the this is a separate case is the one in the district of Columbia where Paul Manafort pleaded guilty, and he was supposed to be cooperating with with process. Accusers. And the judge has now found up Paul Manafort light, at least in three instances that the special counsel had called him out for and blew up the plea deal, and one of the things that the judge there's a lot of time spent in this transcript of this of this hearing from a from a few days ago. There's a lot of discussion of Constantine Kalinic, someone that Paul Manafort was in business with in Ukraine and special counsel says that he's a Russian spy and the defense says, well, you know, he also provided information to the US government through diplomats in Kiev. So it essence they're trying to make him out to be as if he is a double agent. The judge says it doesn't matter this. This goes to the heart of the investigation of the special counsel. She says that essentially the the importance of calumny is that he ties the Russian government to the Trump campaign. And this is why lying about him is so key to this investigation. Anderson. All right. I've press appreciate a busy day for you back with former federal prosecutor and CNN illegal in Shan Wu so special counsel. They made it quite clear. Just how important is interaction between. Manafort and clinic Arte their overall investigation. I mean, it's a lot of time. It's a lot of time Anderson, and really Manafort and his team the only had two ways out of this after that conviction the amount of money here automatically ratchets up his potential sentence to these high amounts following the recommendation will be a life sentence for him the age factor as Evan was pointing out. They think that doesn't matter and I have to say I agree with that unlike with violent crime age does not diminish the chances of recidivism worse for Manafort now, he sounds like this because he continued to do improper things even during the pendency of the case. So they have only one option left. I talked to Jeff Toobin the other night. He talked about just how tough these five months have been Manafort imprisoning..

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"An investigation of Donald Trump's authoritarian power grab the framers of the constitution or rolling integrators right now because they specifically gave the power of the purse to the house of representatives. There's no way they were allowed to present to override that power by declaring this fake, national emergency. Would interview these witnesses we wind to what basis they have for this national emergency? What kind of communications they have we want to request documents because we believe the president and his staff or acting in violation of the constitution it in terms of the president's common today that he quote didn't need to do this. I mean as you're well aware of the prisoner frequently speech off the cuff how much weight can accommodate like that hold in any kind of investigation. Yeah. One of the things that makes America great is that our courts as well as congress deals with facts and certainly statements from the president or things that will consider. There's also a whole host of data that Jim Mukasa looted to that shows. There is no national emergency based on Trump administration's own data customs and border patrol have said that board apprehensions have decrease sunny five percent from two thousand to two thousand eighteen and based on the FBI zone, data violent crime and property crime or down in as of tonight has the committee or gotten any kind of response from the White House. Not to my knowledge. The letter only went out today because he declared national emergency today. But I want make additional point even if Donald Trump gets through the obstacle of the courts, he still has to raid pots of money from certain accounts. The biggest of which is military construction that helps military families, and I don't remember there in campaign that he said that the wall was going to be paid for by military families is be paid for by Mexico. So he also has a really big political problem. He has a deal with that some of that's where some of the money would come from a military construction that's meant to help military families. That's correct. Based on other public reporting isn't be Notre construction funds. They're rated as well as funds there are for counternarcotics, which is also really quite stupid. Because when you look at the data, according to department homeland security eighty to ninety percent of illegal drugs, come through our legal points of ports of entry and these counter-narcotics op. Nations do the rest so to really take money from that is really not a wise thing when you're trying to build a wall that's going to help solve this problem. Sit Republicans have said and they're sending it on this show. Even just last night that look other presidents have declared national emergencies for things that was somebody used the example of of a of a situation in Burundi that President Obama declared a national emergency for essentially saying, you know, other presidents have done this. Why is this any different? Two reasons. One is all these nasty, we're and sees many of them dealt with a foreign issues, none of us to actually construct a large construction project. Second congress just handed him a Bill where we specifically rejected billions of dollars more for building the wall. I don't see how the courts are going to be able to say that somehow congress intended through a national emergency statute to let them do this end around the constitution. So that's why I think it's gonna fail. But let's say he wins in court at the most would this is going to do is give them a one time shot of about six or seven billion dollars..

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Thanks, very much, Patty right now, partly cloudy and thirteen as we were mentioning just a little while ago. We're learning more about the timeline in the mass shooting in Aurora that left five dead and five police officer shot more from WGN's. Ryan burrow, Aurora police chief Kristen Zemun, saying they believe Gary Barton was told he would be fired just before the shooting rampage. They think the civilians were shot I Martin shooting out of a window wounding the first officer who arrived. The next four officers were shot inside the twenty nine thousand square foot building. And there was a long law before police found the gunman the shots that were fired were actually into the into the incident about an hour and thirty minutes, and that's when they actually located the offender who we believe was hiding in the building five officer shot suffered nonlife threatening. Injuries. Ryan burrow, WGN news. Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy delivered this week's democratic address he helped broker the immigration legislation. President Trump side Thursday night in this week's address she criticizes the president's immigration policies and applauds the bipartisan effort to reach a deal invested hundreds of millions of dollars in new technology to stop the flow of illegal drugs to ports of entry. And that's where the vast majority of drugs into our country despite the presence repeated falsehoods claiming otherwise Vermont Senator Patrick layhee Catholic bishops from around the world will head to the Vatican next week for a summit on sexual abuse. The scandal meeting was organized by Chicago cardinal blaze pitch, more from WGN's aircraft Francis handpicked person to lead the summit cardinal Blaise. Sousa says he expects next week's summit to make significant progress to the church's response to the growing sexual abuse scandal, the executive director of the survivor network of those abused by priests or. Snap told the Associated Press. The organization remains cautiously optimistic real change will be made, but their faith will lie in the hands of attorneys general and prosecuting attorneys around the country, Iraq, wrong, WGN, new, Illinois, Democrats want Wisconsin, taking a look at Foxconn or from WGM, Steve Bertrand, Wisconsin has a new governor a democrat and a group of Illinois democratic members of congress is asking him to take another look at the environmental impact of the giant Foxconn development in southern Wisconsin. In a letter to governor Tony Ebbers, they say they're worried the plant storm water could exacerbate flooding in the displays river and flood Illinois communities Republican legislators in Wisconsin, exempted, Foxconn from a host of environmental regulations. Steve Bertrand, WGN news, sports, traffic and weather next on WGN..

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Aurora, Illinois Mass Shooting: 6 Dead, Including Gunman, And 6 Officers Injured

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Aurora, Illinois Mass Shooting: 6 Dead, Including Gunman, And 6 Officers Injured

"We're learning more about the timeline in the mass shooting in Aurora that left five dead and five police officer shot more from WGN's. Ryan burrow, Aurora police chief Kristen Zemun, saying they believe Gary Barton was told he would be fired just before the shooting rampage. They think the civilians were shot I Martin shooting out of a window wounding the first officer who arrived. The next four officers were shot inside the twenty nine thousand square foot building. And there was a long law before police found the gunman the shots that were fired were actually into the into the incident about an hour and thirty minutes, and that's when they actually located the offender who we believe was hiding in the building five officer shot suffered nonlife threatening. Injuries.

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Rob Carpenter, Aurora Illinois And Aurora discussed on Scott Sloan

Scott Sloan

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Rob Carpenter, Aurora Illinois And Aurora discussed on Scott Sloan

"It's the latest deadly workplace shooting it happened yesterday afternoon about forty miles west of the windy city in Aurora, Illinois. This is the two o'clock report. I'm rob carpenter. Breaking now information that we have indicates that he was being terminated today or police chief Kristen's even also saying officers along with officers from Naperville police department, ultimately confronted the offender inside the building at which time he fired at them. The officers returned fire killing the offender five people are dead five officers wounded with non-life threatening injuries. Gary Martin opened fire yesterday afternoon again in Aurora Illinois killing five

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"So what does this filing say? Yeah, Anderson, we're learning, you know, quite a different story from what Roger stone's certainly has led us to believe and others have tried to say that. There was no direct communication between Roger stone and WikiLeaks. Well, for the first time the special counsel's office in a filing today said that they have evidence that Roger stone was directly a communicate and they have communications with Roger stone and WikiLeaks, obviously, this is the first time that we're seeing this in the indictment that they have filed against them. They've never indicated this of this is the first time certainly in this case that we hearing that they have actually been investigating this and have been looking. At these direct communications. Do we know what form those direct communications took? And also should be clear. Stone hasn't been charged either with collusion or conspiracy. Now, we don't know what form they took. But what's interesting Anderson? Is that special counsel's office says that they obtain this information, they use search warrants against the case involving the Russians who hacked into the DNC the Russians who hacked into the Clinton emails. They did that investigation and as part of that indictment. They did all sorts of search warrants, and they're saying that the search warrants in that case are common to the search warrants in the Roger stone case, perhaps leaving clues here that there may be something more coming and certainly leaving clues that Roger stone was part of the investigation into the Russian hackers. No, he hasn't been charged with collusion. He's only charge or conspiracy under the law, but he certainly been charged with lying to investigators about this invest. Gatien, but it would seem at the very least that this investigation of the hacked e mails and WikiLeaks, and whether or not there was collusion between the campaign. And Roger stone is something that the special counsel's office undertook. It's an investigation that perhaps may still be ongoing Shimon broke Cuba's. Appreciate it. Thanks. So it wasn't the only I opening Muller development today. We also learned that the prisoners top spokesperson. Sarah Sanders has spoken with special counsels team seen Pamela Brown broke that story. She joins us now. So what are you know about this? Well, this is a significant development that we previously didn't know about even though Sarah Sanders was interviewed by Robert Muller's team late last year, the White House had been keeping this under wraps. But now we have learned from Sarah Sanders for self Anderson in a statement exclusive to CNN that she Bolland terribly sat down with Robert Muller. And she says she did. So at the urging of President Trump, Sarah Sanders, of course, has been a key person in this White House from the very beginning. And now, she is pressing. Secretary. And so while we don't know the substance of what the interview was all about it would make sense it investigators want to know more about the crafting of the statements that she would make from the podium defending the president and the Russia investigation. We've previously reported Muller's team is looking at the president and the obstruction of Justice probe and weather. He may have influenced anyone else to to make false statements publicly in an effort to inhibit the probe. Of course, we know Muller seems been interested in the Air Force One statement the statement about the Don, jR, Trump Tower meeting were Sarah Sanders said from the podium that the president merely waited as any father would do then we found out from the lawyers themselves for the president. But no we actually directed that misleading statements. So that is potentially one area of focus. Investigators wanted to ask her about whether the White House didn't immediately allow her to be interviewed. So that's one of the questions. We were told I'm told by a source familiar with. Matter that there is a lot of back and forth with the White House special counsel emit flood that the White House initially rejected the request similar and the way that the handed handled the John Kelly, the former chief of staff interview, this was a change from before. Because as you may recall before White House staffers were were voluntarily being interviewed by Robert Muller. Stop the White House wasn't saying into the way. But in this case under the leadership of Emmett flood..

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"The day began with the president United States declaring national emergency. It ends with a real emergency. Which is sadly where we begin tonight. Mass casualty shooting at a factory outside Chicago. It's all the horrible things. We've learned to expect in moments like these from the early reports of an active shooter to the growing darkness of the reports that follow right now. Five people, we know have been killed as has the suspected gunman CNN Sarah side on the scene in Aurora, Illinois. She joins us now. What's the latest are? So we have been hearing details from police about how this all went down around one twenty four here local time, they talk about the fact that they're a couple of officers got here very quickly. They engaged they went into the area they were shot, and then a few more showed up and in the end five officers were hit with gunfire. What they notice when they got into the building into the manufacturing area is that there were people who had been hit by gunfire in the end five victims have been killed in this particular mass shooting. We should also mention the person who police say is responsible for it. As you mentioned the shooter killed we have heard from police that they believe that he did work inside of the building that he ended up doing this shooting spree. We have also heard from a a witness who was inside as well who said that he was using a gun that it seemed to have some sort of green laser on that particular weapon and that he was firing a rat at everybody. There was terror. There was. Panic as this was going on inside of this manufacturing business. And I want to give you a sense of sort of where we are in the neighborhood is a hard working blue collar neighborhood, lots of families live right around here. This isn't just a an area for manufacturing. You have interspersed in this. Also, you have homes all around the perimeter as well, they were all in their homes. They saw and heard all of the emergency vehicles that showed up here. We did. Also notice a chaplain walking around here as you might imagine police on edge police terrified in the situation where they are hearing that their fellow officers are being gunned down, but a very very active scene still happening. Now, we know that there will be more emergency vehicles. We have not yet seen what has happened to those are no any of the identity of those who were killed. We do know for from police that indeed there are numerous civilians who were also hit with gunfire who have been injured as well. Anderson to do. Much about the victims who are in the hospital tonight. We we know that at least four of them that there are at least four in at least four of them are in an area hospital. At this moment, we have not been given any more detail than that just that there are numerous victims that have been shot that who did survive this at this point. But all in all in this area. A lot of surprise a lot of people trying to figure out what went wrong, but certainly police engaged very quickly. And they took a, you know, the brunt of what ended up happening. We're five of their officers injured those who were killed inside of this building many of them likely worked inside of this building, according to one of the witnesses, and the witness said that he did he didn't believe that he could identify the shooter in all of this as well. Anderson for suicide or appreciate it. We're gonna continue to monitor developments from the scene news as said is still breaking elsewhere Lee today a filing for the Russia special counsel signal trouble for Audra stone. The president's former campaign associated longtime friend and ally it. It has to do a stone's alleged contact with WikiLeaks, which as you know, published damaging democratic emails hacked by the Russians now Wicky leagues has denied contact with stone during that period. And stone denies having been in direct contact with Julian Assange, however now for the first time Robert Muller's, signaling. He's got evidence that says, otherwise Shimon pro Cuba's joins us now with the breaking news..

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Gary Martin, Zemun And Aurora discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Gary Martin, Zemun And Aurora discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"New information about the deadly shooting at a suburban Chicago manufacturing company Aurora. Illinois police chief Christians Zemun says that forty-five-year-old Gary Martin was being terminated Friday. Police say Martin winning a shooting rampage at his workplace killing five people. In addition. Five or a police officers were shot by the gunmen before this incident ended all of the officers have been transported to area hospitals for treatment for non life threatening injuries gunman died a police

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on WSB-AM

"News center with WSB's top stories this half hour. Police are at the home of the Aurora warehouse shooter as they search for a motive in the shooting rampage that left at least five people dead and five police officer shot. The gunman was also killed a King County bomb squad vehicle is parked outside of the apartment complex gunman. Gary Martin lived a fire truck and an ambulance are on standby is law enforcement carefully searches the apartments Aurora. Police have already suffered six injuries as a result of Martin's actions. They don't wanna see anymore. Ryan burrow, ABC news Aurora Illinois as President Trump moves billions from the Pentagon to a border wall. It's possible. The move could hit Georgia military installations Duprey in Washington as the president moved to shift three. Eight point six billion dollars in military construction money to a border wall. Officials offered no list of which projects would be cut back leaving over one hundred million dollars for improvements to military bases in Georgia in limbo. More on my blog at wsbradiOcom special counsel, Robert Muller's office recommending twenty to twenty four years in prison for former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, a federal judge ruled Manafort violated his plea agreement with Muller by lying to investigators. The guidelines also say he could be forced to pay as much as twenty four million dollars in fines a child molesting psychologists pleads guilty in Cobb County and is sentenced to forty years with twenty to serve in prison. Jonathan garage came to police attention after child erotica photos in Australia were traced to a computer adjusts in Cobb County, then to the bedroom of his girlfriend's nine year old daughter, it appears that something had gone on over a course of months at least if not years prosecutor Chuck boring tells me Gersh was a child psychologist, so he Falwell new type of pain and anguish these acts. 'cause on her child and yet he not only committed these acts. He took pictures of it, and then attempted to distribute them over the internet Gersh still faces Florida charges of drugging and sexually assaulting his ex wife. Veronica waters WSB nine arrests in the latest hazing scandal at Louisiana state university. The fraternity members are accused of abusing pledges the brothers now facing charges including criminal hazing battery and false imprisonment. WSB news time ten thirty two around. Atlanta, light rain in wet pavement.

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Lives lost in a mass shooting at the Henry company in Aurora. Illinois correspondent Sarah Sanders says five police officers were wounded during the exchange of gunfire with several civilians injured as well leaf engaged very quickly. And they took the brunt of what ended up happening were five of their officers injured. Those who were killed inside of this building many of them likely worked inside of this building. According to one of the witnesses Aurora police chief, Kristen Zemun says the suspect was killed. The shooter is identified as Gary Martin. Here's a forty five year old, man. And we believe he was employee employee of the company at this time. We aren't sure of the motive of this act of violence. The Chicago sun times is reporting that a woman who told police she was Martin's mother had told a. Forties that her son had been laid off two weeks ago. And that he was stressed out before today's shooting. I'm Barbara Kusak. The first lawsuit has been filed by the liberal advocacy group Public Citizen seeking to block President Trump's national emergency declaration to allocate funds for his proposed border wall. Correspondent Bob Costantini reports. Trump made the declaration in order to secure an additional six and a half billion dollars to pay for the southern border wall. Most of the money, Mr. Trump wants to move toward wall or fence along the border would come from Pentagon construction funds. He argues they were for far less important things than barriers on the border with Mexico in declaring a national emergency. The president's slightly undercutting the idea it is an emergency. I wanna do it faster. I could do the wall over a longer period of time. I didn't need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort could spend more than nineteen years in prison on tax and Bank fraud charges. That's according to a court filing by the special counsel's office that lays out how federal probation officials.

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News, John shot in Aurora, Illinois. Has an active shooter situation Archer avenue. Knbr a gunman opened fire inside of manufacturing warehouse killing five people and injuring several officers. The entrance to the Henry Pratt companies still blocked off by numerous police cars and yellow tape is investigators try to determine a motive in this mass shooting. They believe forty-five-year-old Gary Martin works at the facility. Meanwhile, credit is being given to police who rushed to the scene, Illinois. Governor Jay Pritzker, you rushed toward danger and in doing that you saved countless lives, and you represent the very best of what it means to protect our communities. Police say of the five officers hit by gunfire to had to be airlifted to a nearby hospital. Ryan burrow, ABC news Aurora. Illinois new filing special counsel. Robert Muller's office says Paul manafort's crimes warrant a prison sentence of twenty two twenty four years. You sentencing memo says the former Trump campaign chairman could also be forced to pay as much as twenty four million dollars in fines for his tax and Bank fraud charges federal judges issued a gag order. President Trump's longtime confidence Roger stone is known for talking. But the judge overseeing cases told him to stop talking so much at least about the charges filed against him by special counsel. Robert Muller stone is barred from making statements that pose a substantial likelihood of material prejudice or that could influence a potential juror. Stone has pleaded not guilty to obstruction and other charges. He's been particularly vocal about his arrest. ABC's Aaron Katersky less than twelve hours after President Trump signed an emergency declaration to pay for his border wall with Mexico. A lawsuit has been filed Public Citizen has filed suit in DC on behalf of an Audubon society and tree landowners in south Texas, Chicago police say to people have been arrested for the attack on actor jussie smollet, although they haven't officially been charged yet police confirmed the to have a relationship with smell wet. You're listening to ABC news. Arizona's.

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay informed. The home of the huskies, KOMO news. Still ahead Brian Harris with the move to require presidential candidates to release their tax returns to run in our state. I'm Charlie harder. Demolition begins on the Alaskan way. Viaduct those stories plus commute conditions coming up in just one minute six including the alleged gunman in another mass shooting in a workplace a valve making factory in Aurora Illinois near Chicago more than four hours ago. This woman says she was there. I heard a car going really fast. And then suddenly I heard the gunshots like just few minutes from the car going fast. I heard the shot just finishing a briefing shooter is identified as Gary Martin. Here's a forty five year old, man. And we believe he was employee an employee of the company at this time. We aren't sure of the motive of disaster violence or police chief Kristen Zemun says among those wounded five officers five police officers were transported to local hospitals. And from there were air. Lifted to Chicago area trauma centers six officers being treated for the injury. Police chief says the gunman opened fire inside the company factory killing five people before trading shots with police who killed him. Police. Investigators are at the scene six dead, including the shooter police say in Aurora, Illinois, Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news. Komo news one thousand ninety seven seven now the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Now that an emergency has been declared several state attorneys general are considering whether to file suit against the Trump administration democratic Washington A J, Bob Ferguson, says he's waiting to see whether any money meant for our state will be diverted to wall funding as long as he continues to by the law and exceed thirty he's going to see us in court, if it's harming Washingtonians, the president concedes there will likely be court challenges, but says he'll prevail. If this reaches the supreme court, you get see the tax returns of everyone who runs for president in Washington state under a new Bill comes Ryan Harris has. The first arguments from both sides in the bills, I hearing before the house state government and tribal relations committee concerned citizen rim mccheese compared the slew of twenty twenty candidates to a pack of puppies, like badly behaved puppy. He wants had sending him to be the in school cured him of his bad behavior. I'd like you to think of this Bill is sending candidates to be in school is they show us. Their taxes will throw them on a slot on our election. Ballot. Others told committee members that states have added qualifications in order to make the ballot, but Jay Jennings with the secretary of state's office says any attempt to add qualifications other than those spelled out in the US constitution could land the Bill in a court fight and such a challenge or jeopardize our ability to successfully conduct presidential elections. There was no vote on the Bill which comes back before the committee. Next Friday, Ryan Harris, KOMO news. A new Bill would allow drivers.

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Rich Denison. Fox news. Police in Aurora Illinois just west of Chicago say the suspected gunman who opened fire at an industrial area of the city. No longer a threat. Fox's Japan also joins us live ridge. It's been reported by multiple sources that four police officers in multiple civilians have been shot by a gunman who opened fire around two pm local time here in southern industrial complex in Aurora. We're told the officers are in stable condition that others were airlifted inner being treated at area hospitals. Police say the shrew shooter is no longer a threat possibly killed right now. Multiple police and rescue agencies remain unseen. We're awaiting a press conference from Aurora police shortly. We're also being told rich that the coroner's office. He's responding to the scene. Jeff. The White House says President Trump was briefed on the incident before leaving the White House, whereas private resort in Florida. President trump. Earlier today using executive powers to pave the way to access up to eight billion dollars to pay for his proposed border wall. Fox's Rachel Sutherland in Washington. Trump will try to use the national emergency declaration as a way to bypass congress to get more money for a wall on the southern border telling reporters in the rose garden, we've got to get rid of drugs, and gangs and people it's an invasion. We have an invasion of drugs and criminals coming into our country. The president says he believes the national emergency will withstand legal challenges. House speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer issued a joint statement saying the president is not above the law. The congress cannot let the president's shred the constitution the president this afternoon signing legislation to avert another partial government shutdown and pay for fifty five miles of border. Fencing court today announcing it will hear arguments in April lower court case over the Trump administration plan to put a citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents.

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on KOMO

"Four hour news station. Komo news Bill O'neil at the editor's desk. Taylor van Cise. Among the headlines were continuing to follow news out of Aurora, Illinois where several people may be injured. According to some reports after an active shooter incident at a warehouse facility there in the city of Aurora. We know the shooter has been apprehended also today the White House defending President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the US border. The president plans to use the declaration to spend billions of dollars from the defense department funds to build a border wall. A memoir written by former deputy FBI director, Andrew McCabe paints. A startling image of the Justice department under the command of attorney general Jeff Sessions. Greg Miller from the Washington Post has reviewed it and joins me on the KOMO Newsline. Good afternoon. Good afternoon to you from the sound of it. Mckay believes Jeff Sessions was a racist and approached his job at the department of Justice in that way. This book as a very withering depiction of Jeff Sessions. I mean, we knew that McCabe would come after Trump, obviously, not a big fan of the president. But it was really interesting. How much he goes after sessions. Basically depicts him as somebody who was incompetent in his job. But also racist also trying to pin every crime any case on immigrants and saying some pretty outrageous things about the composition of the FBI workforce, including that they were better off when they hired only Irishmen that they were drunks. But at least they could be counted on according to the book. Now, you also detail a passage where the president was told about North Korean missile launch. And he called it a hoax. Yeah. I mean, so this becomes part of the Trump genre to write a book about him. You almost have to have some astonishing detail about his subservience to Putin. And this book does have that. So it's in two thousand seventeen describes his briefing where intelligence analysts are talking about a North Korean missile tests, and Trump refuses to believe it he thinks that the test didn't actually happen that it was just a hoax, and they press on why? And he says because Latimer Putin and told him that North Korea did not have this capability. So this is another example of him believing the word of Ladimir Putin over his own intelligence services, Andrew McCabe was there from the very beginning of the molar investigation. What's his take on it? Now that he's out of government. Well, I mean, interestingly the book steers around a great deal of kind of Muller investigation area territory. I mean, he does has said publicly since the in a couple of media appearances this week that he. Set this in motion and thought it was very important because he thought he might be fired that his McCabe might be fired. He talks a bit about his interactions with the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, and how emotional Rosenstein was at the time after commes firing and how almost appears kind of unhinged. And that so there is some insight into the thinking Justice and FBI about this about the creation of a special counsel and importing Muller. But but it is a little limited in the past. And we've seen books come out about the salacious details. Going on in the White House either the president or the White House has given a response anything on that yet. No response on this one yet. I mean, I I mean look Trump stocked McCabe on Twitter for the better part of three years. So I really wouldn't be surprised to see Trump lash out at McCabe at some point, especially when this book comes out and Trump does this all the time when books are critical of him, you know, all of his advisors. Hey, don't tweet. It don't say anything about it. Don't call attention to it. You'll only some more books, but Trump really can't help himself. Greg Miller from the Washington Post with us on KOMO news. You can read his coverage and his review of that Andrew McCabe book online at Washington Post dot com..

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Three forty four on this Friday afternoon. I'm Josh binswanger. Taking a look now at our top stories. The president says he expects his declaration of a national emergency to be challenged in the courts. The president has signed the funding Bill to avert another government shutdown a woman suffering serious injuries after being struck in Boston by cement truck, while riding her bicycle former governor Bill weld looks to be the first Republican challenger in the twenty twenty race for the White House. Now heading back to breaking news out of the state of Illinois police responding to an active shooter situation in Aurora officials in the city of Aurora Illinois say there is an active shooter situation at the Henry Pratt company about forty miles west of Chicago. There are reports of multiple people sought Aurora police are on the scene now, the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives says it too is responding to an active shooter situation in Aurora Illinois. I'm Scott Goldberg ABC news. News three forty five on this Friday afternoon now turning back to the ongoing situation in Washington with the president declaring a national emergency. We're joined by ABC correspondent alley Rogan alley. Thanks for being with us. Hey, thanks for having me. So obviously Democrats are fuming and many members of the president's own party are uneasy about the president. That's being set today. Yeah. That's exactly right. What the president announced is a national emergency that allows him to access money much of which comes from the military that has already been allocated to other programs Democrats are concerned because obviously they don't support the construction of a border wall at all let alone using funds that were not intended to go to that in the first place Republicans, even if they do support the president ultimate goals. They're saying that it shouldn't be done this way. Because this is a usurpation of the ba- the balance of powers that the founding fathers put into place and that this. Could set a dangerous precedent. They're saying if a democrat comes into the White House and begins taking advantage of national emergency status in the same way, the mandate that the president has to declare national emergency is very large and doesn't have very many restrictions on it. But traditionally it is only used in situations like a September eleventh or something that could reasonably be argued is a national emergency the border situation has been going on for years. And only now is anybody saying it is an emergency that requires immediate attention. So Republicans are saying look there could be a president Elizabeth Warren, hypothetically who declared a national emergency over the financial situation and seizes control of the banks. And they don't want to give that leeway to any future. Democrats in the White House is it likely that congress will sue in this case. Eighties likely that lawsuits will come from congress from other activist groups people who believe they have standing in this case, probably state's attorneys-general who represent border states. I'm thinking, California, there's going to be legal challenge challenges coming from all directions, and the president acknowledged that today in his address he actually went on about the entire scenario that could unfold including challenges that he said would likely go through the ninth circuit court, which he has criticized in the past and eventually go to the supreme court. And he said there he hopes he would get a fair shake. So the president is clearly aware that this is going to take a very long time. Probably a matter of months even years, perhaps alley thank you very much. That's ABC's alley Rogan joining us from Washington on WBZ this afternoon. Three forty eight on this Friday and other news New York City controller Scott stringer has released a report that backs providing illegal immigrants with driver's licenses stringer saying that provides driver's license would be life changing to the city's five hundred twenty five thousand illegal immigrants..

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Billionaire CNN Founder Ted Turner Reveals He's Battling Dementia

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Billionaire CNN Founder Ted Turner Reveals He's Battling Dementia

"Hit the strip that. I'm a carpenter. I'm just making process today. Second set of fifty eight crosses stand again driven all the way from Aurora Illinois. Why didn't really announce it? I just thought I'd go riding down here. And I just start thinking about all the families. I've talked to and and how much pain that they're feeling and I feel that the shooter. Stephen paddock killed himself in his hotel room before police arrived billionaire Ted Turner and founder of CNN the seventy nine year old announced that he suffering from a form of dementia. He tells journalist Ted Koppel on CBS Sunday morning has been diagnosed with Lewy body

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Two Seattle educators named as victims of Mexico bus crash

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:33 min | 3 years ago

Two Seattle educators named as victims of Mexico bus crash

"Seventy nine percent of last year's mass casualty attacks came with warning signs that were either missed or ignored here's a possible one that got noticed tom tom now for the index and fiery rescue in aurora illinois dash cam video showing good samaritans pulling driver from a burning car police arriving to see jose martinez and devon johnson dragging him away from the flames the driver treated for burns and other injuries authorities say he was charged with the u y after crashing into a concrete support and new developments in the mysterious crash killing family of eight inch westport california fleas believe jennifer hart was seen on surveillance buying groceries and fort bragg hours before driving off a cliff authorities suggests the crash was intentional heart killing herself a wife and their six adopted children police searching for three children still missing and presumed dead an america strong tonight the last shooting victim from stoneman douglas high school has been released from the hospital fifteenyearolds anthony borjas were shot five times protecting classmates during the rampage in cartland florida nearly two months ago his attorney says anthony is back with his family finally tonight the last speech delivered by dr martin luther king junior keeping the night before he died famously proclaiming i've been to the mountain tops fifty years later his words echoing across america and still ringing in the ears of those who i heard him the night before his assassination a powerful prophecy my fee the promised land.

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"aurora illinois" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"aurora illinois" Discussed on KOMO

"On aurora illinois is celebrating the fourth of july in a unique way way for younger as part of the twentyfifth anniversary of the 90s call classic wayne's world over ill annoy where the movie is set will try and break the world record for most people headbanging simultaneously the fox valley orcas joe will be providing the soundtrack with kenyan rhapsody reform to live on stage just before the fourth of july fireworks immediate three hundred twenty had banners to break the record we ryan burrow abc news chicago good news for those of you out on the road this holiday weekend gas prices of droughts across the country the price of regular a mudede has dropped about three cents a gallon in the past week according to numbers out from the energy department in fact drivers in the us are paying three cents last soundness fourth the july than they were last year the national averages to twenty six a gallon for regular unleaded right now the cheapest gases along the gulf coast the most expensive is in california alex stone abc news if you are on the road be careful experts say your chances of being a fatal accident increased by a third today the national safety council says a significant number of those crashes are from drunk driving encourage people to have a designated driver and they recommend parents don't let the teens dr other teens around just one young passenger can increase a fatal crash risk by 44 percent this is abc news agreed good morning and welcome to the fourth of july instead of four and we want to check your aaa traffic ended check it out and see how things are gone so far the roadways what's going on well we have once though area right now that's in seattle we have this longterm crash northbound i 5 near i 90 and at this point just one right lane is getting and now we're seeing a backup into the area for a while we are getting pretty lucky but at this point your backup for about a mile and a half also than ever we have a stall southbound i five approaching the trestle that's blocking the right lane but no wrestling there and then if we have a stall on route one sixty one year hundred and forty eight than that rather days now reduced to one lane you can expect some slowing in that immediate area your next report the 1040.

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