18 Burst results for "Black lives matter alliance"
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"It wasn't argued on the merits. It was because the majority of justices ruled that the state's who sued had no standing to sue the lawsuits done from the mandate that Americans get health insurance or pay a penalty. But Congress zeroed out that penalty. In 2017 so no harm. No foul. This morning decision was 7 to 2 dissenters, Justice Alito and Gorsuch. The ruling preserves health coverage for millions of Americans, including those with pre existing conditions. More legal troubles for the Pierce County sheriff. He made an off duty called to dispatch claiming that a black newspaper delivery driver had threatened to kill him. Here's Colorado's Hannah Scott Pierce County Sheriff Ed Troyer, already dealing with civil and criminal investigations into his actions early that January morning, and now attorneys for that newspaper delivery man have filed a tort claim a precursor to a lawsuit for at least $5 million in damages against Pierce County. Citing the emotional drama that Cedric Alzheimer endured from being racially profiled and held at gunpoint when cops first showed up that night to the call, not far from Troyer's home, believing that somebody had threatened to kill him. Here's what that sounded like courtesy of the officer's body worn cameras. Japan's where we can see him hands on the steering wheel. I am working. We will figure working. Okay, black no in a white neighborhood, and I'm working has nothing to do with that. Alzheimer in his vehicle, just driving in and out of neighboring driveways, as if looking to rob someone or break into their garage. Troyer decided to in his plainclothes jump into his personal vehicle, No gun and follow the guy. Alzheimer confronted flare, according to both men and the tort claim, attorneys contend Troyer racially profiled an innocent man escalating the situation. Toyo, meantime, says he did nothing wrong and that he did not racially profile Alzheimer. In fact, he claims he didn't even know he was black Attorneys for Alzheimer. Don't buy that. The entire incident led to a massive backlash with a pair of federal civil rights claims filed against Troyer over the incident from Black lives matter and the state attorney general's criminal investigation in Detroiters actions as well as the third party civil investigation that's going on. It's been put on pause so the egg can take the lead the County Council, bringing in that third party investigator to figure out exactly what Troy has been doing. Many were outraged over the incident, including Washington. Black Lives matter Alliance They filed to federal civil rights complaints against Troyer, claiming that his interaction with Alzheimer violated civil and human rights. The state attorney general also is running a criminal investigation in Detroiters actions that night at the request of the governor. And then there's the third party investigation going on that was commissioned by the County Council by our former U S attorney of Western Washington, Brian Moran. He's pushed pause on that, so the A G's investigation can take precedence. And be the priority for the moment, but council says he is expected to deliver his findings almost immediately after the egg does, and Washington's black lives matter. Alliance complaints also accused Troyer of excessive force. Making a false 911 call fabricating evidence and jeopardizing Alzheimer's safety. Kyriakos Hannah Scott, eight minutes past eight o'clock weekly jobs. Report. New unemployment applications rose last week for the first time since April. They're up 412,006 week winning streak has now come to an end as new jobless claims increased last week back above the 400,000 level, along with the bump up for continuing claims. This is Bankrate economist Mark Hamrick. The path ahead is uncertain, with many questions yet to be answered. We don't know how successful businesses will be in finding the workers they want or how many they will ultimately higher. Another unfolding mystery. We don't know how many individuals will opt to return to the workforce or their old jobs or will be willing to accept the wages they're offered on Wall Street. The Dow industrials are down again today 206 points right now, the S and P down $3.23 NASDAQ, though up 101. President Putin. President Biden. I'll get them straight. President Biden says his meeting with Vladimir Putin accomplished his goal of restarting diplomacy with Russia. However, it isn't clear yet if he made any progress on issues like election interference and cyber attacks, the Kremlin's people do say that there is an understanding The two countries need to talk about stability and arms control as soon as possible. President and founder of the Eurasia Group, Ian Bremmer, says that he's doubtful that Russia is going to stop it Cyber attacks He points out that Putin blew off all those cyber hacking allegations Putin in the press conference, a complete denial that there was any involvement or anything that the Kremlin had to do with the issue. Secondly, the fact that I think that Biden's Willingness to engage in serious deterrents and make the Kremlin pay for the cyber attacks, the ransomware attacks that are hitting the U. S companies and companies around the world just not in Russia with reckless abandon. I don't think Russia thinks it's credible. Former CIA director Michael Morales says Nothing is going to change because the cyber hacking culture is just too entrenched in Putin's military. Any of the individuals who are doing the hacking Our Russian intelligence officers who do national security espionage during the day, and they worked for organized crime at night. And those crime boss is a pretty well connected Some of these organized crime bosses who do this Our our political supporters of President Putin. But Morrell says it's not hopeless. At least both sides are talking. Both sides had a long conversation. It seems that both sides were candid with each other. It seems like both of them talked about the details involved in these issues. That's a good thing. At his news conference, Putin flatly rejected the idea that Russia Condoned cyber hacking or punishes political opponents, whereas he says the U. S. Is guilty of both. Here's CBS is Beth Noble. Putin said that the U. S not Russia is the World Center for cyber crime. And Putin also said that the US is hypocritical for criticizing Russia's crackdown on its pro democracy movement when the U. S is prosecuting many of the people who took part in the insurrection at the US Capitol on January, 6th Who Putin said had legitimate political concerns to express. But despite the criticisms that Biden didn't push hard enough least his public statements, CBS News National political analyst Leonard Stein horn things Biden sent a pretty strong message in private, Don't test the patience of the United States. Abide by what Biden called the rules of the road and interfere in our country and allied democracies at your own peril and risk. Assuming Joe Biden was specific enough about the consequences Russia will face if they continue with their provocative behavior. You have to imagine that he heard Biden's message loud and clear. The big question is whether he will try to test Biden's resolve in the months and years ahead. Hold minutes past eight o'clock Justice Department has dropped its investigation of John Bolton's.
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on KOMO
"A medic unit where the scene around four a.m. at the entrance of the lane was blocked for short time for the investigation. Cause of the accident or if the driver was impaired, not been released. The driver was taken to the hospital, no word on the driver's condition or throw her any passengers in that pickup. Bomb Threat Force in King County Courthouse to evacuate yesterday to sheriff's office saying a man who was being escorted from the courthouse then made the bomb threat once outside of the building. Of course we have evacuation 75 people, then had to just Clear out while they checked out the building and finally given all clear after a period of time, a man deputy say, made the threat in custody maintenance workers now inspecting that Alaska airline plane that was headed from Pascoe to Seattle and had to make an emergency landing and Yakama yesterday. Was a flight attendant who saw sparks in the galley and the pilot landed as precaution passengers and boarded a new plane and continued their flight to Seattle. Washington Black Lives matter. Alliance has filed a civil rights complaint now with the Department of Justice related to actions by Pierce County Sheriff Ed Troyer. As we've been reporting on Komal Troyer calling 911 back in January, saying a man he confronted in the early hours in his neighborhood threatened to kill him. Cedric All timer who was black, was on his newspaper delivery route in tonight's making any threat. The DOJ complaint says Troyer's call in the huge police response that followed violated Alzheimer's Fourth Amendment right against unseasonal search and seizure. State Attorney General Bob Ferguson has opened an investigation into what happened. King County Council member wants to use incentives like a lottery or reduction in property taxes to try to get more people vaccinated. This comes as you know, several states have started using different forms of giveaways to persuade people to get the shot almost Nick problem reporting on how these methods are actually improving Vaccination rates. If there's one thing we need to do with money related to Cove, it's to get people healthy, and that's fueled King County Council member Reagan done to consider what his county Might be able to do with some of the millions of federal dollars that have been sent to King County during the pandemic. His ideas were thinking about rental assistance is one idea. We're thinking about even things like lottery or scratch Lotto tickets as well. It's a creative approach that has proved to be effective and getting more people to sign up for a vaccine. New York, New Jersey, Maryland and West Virginia have all used some form of incentives in Ohio. They started a lottery were five people could each win a million bucks. That incentive led to an over 50% weekly increase in vaccinations games are been showing in vaccines to enhance vaccine knowledge. And improved vaccine uptake. Doctor Ashby, Monk with Stanford University, says these games can significantly improve inoculation numbers, someone whose time is 809, the Capitol Hill Pride Festival banning police from its events planned for next month. The march and rally happening a Cal Anderson part June 26th and seventh Organizer's requesting officers remain a three perimeters. It's important to note that Capitol Hill pride is a separate organization from Seattle Pride, which is doing virtual events this year due to the pandemic. However, Seattle play says it, too, is reevaluating presence of police at their events. Come on, whose time 809 and update the woman seen on security cameras, walking down the street and smashing store windows with a hammer now under arrest. Businesses and White center said they were hit with a string of vandal attacks Can county deputies say people helped identify the woman? But they didn't give her name. She's being held without bail since 2017 this woman spend booked into jail. 11 times. Come on, Whose time 8 10. Let's get you updated. Now what We have heard the latest in sports from the Beacon plumbing, Sports desk Mariners having problems on and off the field. In fact, in a few minutes, we'll give you more to the story here. About exposure of covert 19 and boy talk about a shuffle of the roster before they played San Diego last night. As a result, not a good night for baseball for the Mariners on the road in San Diego, 16 to 1 was the final there, Francie, Double the regionals. You dump softball, winning Friday three. Nothing against Portland State. More games planned for today. Michigan and Portland state Once again, Sounders take their undefeated record. Into another Sunday home match this time against Atlanta. United coach Brian Schmidt, sir says it's important to stock up wins at home early critical for us to when our home games that Z always important It's hard to win away from home and MLS and we'll have a pretty busy, you know, second half of the year so we'll need all the points we can get. 1 30.
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on KOMO
"A medic unit were on the scene right away about four a.m.. The entrance was blocked for a short time for the tunnel there for the investigation. Cause of the accident or if the driver was impaired has not been released. The driver was taken The hospital. We're not hearing driver's condition at this point, or if there are any passengers in that truck maintenance workers inspecting in Alaska Airlines plane that was head of the passcode to Seattle and had to make an emergency landing in Yakima yesterday. Flight attendant saw sparks in the galley and the pilot landed as precaution Passengers aboard or border that is to another plane and continued on to Seattle. A bomb threat forced to King County Courthouse to evacuate yesterday afternoon. The sheriff's office is a man who was being escorted from the courthouse. Made a bomb threat outside of the building about 75 people had to evacuate. The all clear was then given so they could re enter after a period of time the man deputies say made the threat. In custody. It's seven Oh, seven. Here, it Komal, The head of the Tacoma Pierce County Health Department, says he was attacked while walking across that usually bridge of glass into coma. Quite a popular walk. It is there Dr. Anthony Chen says he noticed a man damaging public property with a BMX bike, calmly tried to engage in him with conversation, then was attacked when he tried to walk away. He believes he was not targeted because he was Asian. I think these are just disturbing trends in our community. There's increasing violence, right. These are kind of particular violence around the pandemic. Officer. Wendy had all whether you become a police department says there is nothing on the outside indicating that this incident is a hate crime, but that the incident is being investigated and a detective has been assigned to the case. Washington. Black Lives MATTER. Alliance filing a civil rights complaint with the Department of Justice. This related the actions by Pierce County Sheriff Ed Troyer. As we've been reporting here, a coma, Troyer calling 911 back in January, saying a man he confronted in the early hours in his neighborhood threatened to kill him. Cedric all timer who was black, was on his newspaper delivery route and denies making any threats. The DOJ complaint says Troyer's call and a huge police response and followed violated Alzheimer's Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable search and seizure. State Attorney General Bob Ferguson has opened an investigation into what happened. The King County Council member wants to use incentives like a lottery or reduction of property taxes to try to get more people to get the shots. Recovered. 19. This comes to several states have started using different forms of giveaways of you heard to persuade people to get the shot almost napalm from reporting on how these methods are actually improving Vaccination rates. If there's one thing we need to do with money related to Cove, it's to get people healthy, and that's fueled King County Council member Reagan done to consider what his county Might be able to do with some of the millions of federal dollars that have been sent to King County during the pandemic. His ideas were thinking about rental assistance is one idea. We're thinking about even things like lottery or scratch Lotto tickets as well. It's a creative approach that has proved to be effective in getting more people to sign up for a vaccine. New York, New Jersey, Maryland and West Virginia have all used some form of incentives in Ohio. They started a lottery were five people could each win a million bucks. That incentive led to an over 50% weekly increase in vaccinations games are been showing in vaccines to enhance vaccine knowledge. And improve vaccine uptake. Doctor Ashby, monk with Stanford University, says these games can significantly improve inoculation numbers. Come on news time in seven all night. Maybe it's time to mention since Nick was saying, maybe incentive would be another lottery. If you play the mega million jackpot last night, bought a ticket 515 million up for grabs. One winner we're being told in Pennsylvania Cash option. Whoever this is, I could go for $348.5.
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Pierce County Sheriff is under investigation by the state attorney general. This comes nearly three months after sheriff Troyer called +911 about a newspaper delivery man. Have radios. Other Bosch reports. Governor Jay Inslee says he has directed the attorney general to investigate whether Sheriff Ed Troyer made a false report or committed any other criminal violations. That January night when Troyer says he saw a suspicious car, followed it in his own personal vehicle and made this 911 call to kill me, and I got him blocked in. It Turns out, he was a newspaper delivery man who says he made no such threat. Multiple police units responded, but the man was not arrested. That man was centric All timer, a black man who says he was racially profiled by Troyer Sikora. Remo is the founder of Washington's Black Lives matter, Alliance violations of civil rights. That he is ultimately responsible for as the person who picked up the phone and called 911 and repeatedly told a lot. Lawyer insists the drivers race was not a factor when he called 911 in a statement today, the sheriff says he welcomes this inquiry and will cooperate with the investigation. It seems now King County is on the fast track to face to covert restrictions. Public health officer Dr Jeff Duchin with the latest numbers, hospitalization rate is 4.9 per 100,000 per week and climate and that means hospitalizations now are just 1/10 of a percent away from triggering a face to roll back Pierce counties already there. Snohomish is on track to join them. The state will make the call when it evaluates all counties on May 3rd Cairo Radio Whether we will stay cloudy tonight showers pick up right around nine o'clock this evening and continue through tomorrow. Sunshine and rain. Also in the mix on Sunday,.
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on KOMO
"As officers struggled with right before she shoots him once with her service weapon. It seemed to police chief Tim Gannon to be a deadly mistake from what I viewed The officer's reaction in distress. Immediately after that this was an accidental discharge. The officer is now on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. Erin Khutor Ski ABC News Press secretary Jen Psaki says the president's been briefed on the situation. Also with White House, the coronavirus response team with guidance on when your kids may be able to get the covert shot. The U. S continues its downward trend in the number of daily covert debts with a 30% decrease, according to Johns Hopkins University, a key contributor to the decline more adults getting vaccine Needed, according to health officials. But talking about Children getting vaccinated. The White House Cove in 19 response team says it is asking the FDA to authorize emergency use for Children ages 12 to 15, Here's Dr Anthony Fauci and a potential timeframe. We would hope that Children in high school will be able to be vaccinated by the time we get to the early fall. Season and remember ABC NEWS Washington President Biden today meeting with the bipartisan group of lawmakers about his $2 trillion infrastructure plan, the White House indicating that he's open to compromise with Republicans. On the Caribbean island of ST Vincent officials trying to find a way to remove tons of ash, which spewed from a volcano and damaged buildings and caused power outages. Cruise ships at the ready to house thousands of evacuees as the border search grows. The Biden administration announcing two additional California sites to process unaccompanied migrant miners, more than a dozen have open since the president was sworn in. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop news continues on Co Moh news, 1000 FM, 97 7, Sonny and 50 Downtown. It's 11 02 of Tom Butler with our top stories in a coma. 24 7 News Center. Good morning. Seattle Police say four people, including a two year old girl, was shot yesterday. The person who pulled the trigger has yet to be caught. This all happened had about 3 30 on Sunday afternoon in a busy parking lot near a Starbucks in the central district. People who were there say someone heading self on 23rd came around the corner and started shooting into the parking lot. The people we spoke to say they heard a barrage of gunshots about a dozen in all right now, we don't know if those who were shot knew each other or if they knew the shooter and co mostly stole reports. The little girl is in critical condition. The other people who were wounded are expected to survive. Seattle police is searching for a hit and run driver involved in the death of a bicycles in Seward Park last night. Two cars an older model silver Nissan Sentra with a broken windshield. They're asking for the public's help in searching for that car and If you know anything you're asked to call 911 that plate number on that Silver Sentra is B k u 053. A man was stabbed in the mouth yesterday into Come on, you're 80 sixed in Pacific Avenue is expected to survive. Police say the stabbing happened when a fight broke out between two people. So far, no arrests have been made. State lawmakers have passed a number of bills on police reform activists say this isn't historic step forward for Officer accountability. Some of the measures approved over the weekend include bans on Choke holds no knock warrants, misconduct investigations and police oversight. But there's still work to be done. Some bills require reconciliation before they can head to Governor Jay Inslee. Washington Black lives matter. Alliance issued a statement on the bills, it says in part quote. When Governor Inslee signs them into law. They will have real impacts on black lives as well as the lives of indigenous and other people of color. That's the most Kelly Koopmans. Dozens of people gathered at Seattle's what Westlake Center yesterday to protest racism, including the Asian American community and the attacks that they have been going under..
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on KOMO
"Costume. It says this happened 23rd and Jackson. Well, I want to sort of set the scene for what is taking place here. Right now. You could see evidence markers that are all along Jackson Street here. If you look right here are right. You can see. SPD is currently gathering evidence from this white car here, and it appears that those back windows were shot out with some sort of gunfire, but We are being told that that toddler is in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center. Police are looking for more than one suspect at 62 year old man was shot in Marysville yesterday. Police are looking for the shooter. Officers say the wounded man was not the intended target. He was shot in the knee. He's already out of the hospital. Investigators believe the shooting stemmed from a fight between two other people along ST Avenue Northeast State lawmakers have passed a number of bills the deal with police reform and update from Cuomo's Kelly Koopmans. Activists say this is an historic step forward for officer accountability. Some of the measures approved over the weekend include bans on Choke holds no knock warrants, misconduct investigations and police oversight. But there's still work to be done. Some bills require reconciliation before they can head to Governor Jay Inslee. Washington Black lives matter. Alliance issued a statement on the bills, it says in part quote when Governor Inslee signs them into law, they will have real impacts on black lives. As well as the lives of indigenous and other people of color. A group of street racers flipped a car in the middle of a busy intersection in Seattle's university district Friday night more from Como's Cole Miller. By the time officers showed up, much of that group had already dispersed, and police say this is a problem not just here. But up and down the Puget sound. They work with other law enforcement agencies, because oftentimes it's the same drivers in each of those cities. And sending officers can be tricky because more often than not, they are outnumbered, and I'm sure from their perspective, it becomes him safe for them to React to that answered. Lin is the manager of a nearby apartment building. He and others say this is at least the third time a group has turned their home into their personal playground..
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on Here & Now
"Tier Priorities are about fifteen bills representing more than half a billion dollars for black people. The bills up for consideration include limiting the use of tactics like neck restraints and creating a separate office to investigate the use of deadly force ramos. Says it's the first time in a long time that she's seen a collective effort from biella activists community members and lawmakers working together for more equitable future in washington state. There's even been some support from law enforcement this week. The washington council of police and sheriff's abroad coalition of law enforcement unions wrote a letter to the legislature urging them to continue their work on police accountability for this legislative session. This is movement leaders. Who have been working in policy for decades who were also in the streets protesting. We're all the same people. It is our lawmakers who get it and it's also the greater diversification of our legislature. We have more black and brown more women in the legislature and it is community statewide. That is making these things happen that was car array mu who is co founder of black lives matter seattle king county and lead strategist for the washington. Black lives matter alliance. Will last summer prove to be the beginning of the blm movement and mississippi. The group is now made up of individuals throughout the state focusing on police. Accountability mentor ship. Reginald virgil is a black lives matter leader from gulfport mississippi. And i asked him about the start of his organization and the issues they're tackling last year. We became established over the summer. And then from there we grew and we work with other communities first and foremost as black lives matter mississippi. We're definitely not anti police. We're just anti police brutality. When we work with the community and we talked to the community of course it would be good to strengthen that relationship between police officers and the black community. And thinking about this more. Broadly though i mean it speaks also to some of the challenges culturally that you still deal with and the state of mississippi in mississippi there's this nuance of racist behavior. You know overtly covertly is within the laws within the policies. And that's why it's almost inescapable unless we can get the right leadership elected to take charge and change these things. So mississippi came progress allen with the flag or with statues but as people. Blm is new there in mississippi as you said really you're not even a year old. Are you hopeful for the future with all of this lang before you but also a groundswell of support that you're saying like never before yes. We are hopeful. One thing that we are consistent with educating our our black youth and we started a mentorship program porn with with with universities with professionals kids can learn about government. As they did this past month they also learn about their african culture tradition storytelling from a historian to schematic. And there's good to see that to bring everyone together. Reginald virgil a leader with the black lives matter movement mississippi. Thank you so much more than welcome and thank you a lot as well in cleveland. Ohio kareem hinton is focused on using media to deepen. blm's relationship with communities. In cleveland hidden is an organizer and co founder of black lives. matter cleveland. welcome. Thank you for having me. Yes so many of us immediately. Think about tamir rice when we think about some of the work of blm. They're a reminder for listeners in twenty fourteen twelve year old tamir. Rice was playing outside with a toy gun when a police officer shot and killed him and the justice department ended their five-year inquiry into his death. Just this last december and the officers involved will not face federal charges. What's the work. Been like to build trust and accountability. Between cleveland communities in the police. One of the things that you can really look back to is some of the footage of the chief as well as the mayor. They did not agree with all of the findings of the department of justice but they said that they would comply you know. It's sort of like a person who's trying to seek help with regards to addiction. You know they say that. I you have to admit that you have a problem and up to this point the city nor cleveland. Police have admitted that they have a problem. You've launched a crowd. Funding campaign for documentary series called the state of injustice focused on examining police injustices in ohio. And this is an evolution of the street protests legislative action. What are some key issues. That are on your agenda as we move forward through this year. Really it's painting a complete picture. This what this series is able to do is to show the complicity of not. Only the rank and file officers. You know that contribute to the problematic cultures that exist within law enforcement agencies but also the the administration the mayor's because you know they have more powers than they wished to let on so we're hoping to show that it is actually a systemic issue. That is not just in our region not just in.
Washington BLM Alliance files ethics complaints against lawmakers
"And South kits, APP. Three Republican state lawmakers face ethics complaints from black lives matter Almost Kelly Blier reports Washington's Black Lives matter alliance filed the complaint against the Republican lawmakers with the state legislative ethics Board. Claim their questioning of black people and people of color during recent public hearings was offensive. The Seattle Times reports. The BLM alliance says representatives Brad Clippard of Kennewick, Jenny Gramma, Spokane and Jim Walsh of Aberdeen made inappropriate comments when people of color were testifying about police accountability legislation in Olympia last month. They say the Republican lawmakers behavior violates the legislative code of conduct that expects lawmakers to treat people with respect and civility. Though many ethics complaints are filed, few result in action, the board has to investigate the
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on KOMO
"It didn't seem that crowded. No, there was everything was on the shelf. Yeah, so not bad at all. She got what she needed. Remember? One thing was milk less than a mile away it kens market where people getting you know you'd be surprised A lot of bananas. Actually, a lot of bread. And just all the staples got to pick up a few things to be ready. Betty Terrell came all bundled up and ready to shop. Well, I'm gonna get wine and coffee, Creamer. I'm pretty well stocked up on food and everything else go most Suzanne fun reporting. Despite the pandemic and the resulting economic collapse, there's some positive news that was released from the downtown Seattle Association. Business group says that even though more than 160 businesses closed up shop in the year, 90 new ones moved in the D S. A president is John schools and says they still need help from the City Council. We need every public official in Seattle to draw a really clear bright line and condemn violent acts. He says. The council has been engaged in virtue, signaling and bad policy making since last summer's riots. No one on the city Council responded to schools. Comments. The Washington Black lives matter. Alliance met last night blood ways for holding the state Legislature more accountable next week before they passed bills out of committee. Amber Rodriguez is with BLM and says that several bills dealing with police use of force are on the docket. The moment for you to take charge we need to speaking to me speaking with our lawmakers. House Bill 12 67 is one of those bills, which would create an office of independent investigations within the governor's office. Come on news time. 11 10.
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"In the sky. There's probably blasting at that other bird man. I don't know you should have researched the story better than the pictures. The hospital Oh, yeah, yeah. Yeah. They didn't post it because it would have been racial profiling. You know, they're right there, man. Yeah, exactly. I know what's happening, man. I'm just flying to no police station has no black bird. You know what I'm saying? Black and brown Birds can't do that. Yeah, yeah. Hurry, Wait, get bursting goes down this year. That bird all right way. Shout out to that bird you know, Carried in distress is rescued by police Chief in Fontana. Fontana, California. Oh, yeah, definitely. Certainly there's definitely you know, saying it over, Okay, I'm done here. I've got to drive to Fontana's sometimes Big Boi's neighborhood. I'm re Harris hear the stories that are trending on the black information Network. Amazon workers at Alabama Warehouse want to be the first with the company to unionize. Supporters of President Trump are looking for a new place to check following bands from Twitter and Facebook. And the Black lives matter. Alliance plans to spend more time on Capitol Hill with lawmakers for these stories and more. Listen to the black Information Network on the high heart rate, no happy At any credit card can offer cash back, but only discover matches all the cash back you've earned at the end of your first year. It's like getting one of those birthday cards that shaped like cash. So you already know there's cash inside before opening it. But in this case, it's stuffed with your first year cash back matched and you don't even have.
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on KOMO
"Life threatening injuries. The 35 year old man driving the car Taken into custody for driving under the influence. We're hearing a recording of the confrontation Sunday night, where a man who got in the face of Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler ended up getting pepper sprayed. Former Mayor Sam Adams told police. He tried to video record the altercation, but on the audio worked on his phone. Well, Amit Week got a copy of it starts with the man confronting Wheeler's. He was leaving the restaurant area with Adams. The man getting in his face about not having a mask on while he was eating on your feet away. Oh, my God. Yes. How will you explain to the man he was in the restaurant's tent area didn't have to wear a mask with a man that follows him to his car with Wheeler warning him. He had pepper spray and needed to back off. He didn't They're told police he feared for his safety and worried about getting covered since the man wasn't wearing a mask almost Carleen Johnson reporting an attorney for the man who confronted the mayor identifies him as 48 year old Carey Cavanaugh and says that the man's family is involved in a legal dispute over their property with him. Homeless campers in Bellingham have been notified that they need to move out by Friday afternoon camp on City Hall grounds has been growing since that first set up in November. Just last week's and protestors supporting the campers actually broke into city Hall, which had been closed because the pandemic They left when police arrived. The Tacoma City Council heard from frustrated residents. Last night's many like this woman upset about Saturday night's incident involving a police officer who drove through a crowd of people who were watching an illegal street race. On video. We see fans safely reverse yet instead continuing, he accelerates forward as fast as possible into a crowd of pedestrians, critically injuring many. And Tacoma Mayor Victoria Waters says she's asking people to reserve judgment. While officials are doing their investigation, Community members are rejecting a series of changes that Seattle police want to adopt and how they respond. The protests and riots Co. Most Joel Marino has more Last summer's racial justice protests and the response mounted by Seattle Police has led the Seattle Community Police Commission and many activist groups to demand change. I saw officer shaking makes chance shake it smiling at US. SPD has been making revisions and is asking for a last round of community feedback before putting them into place. I think we have changed our policies in the way that we employee's devices sense what occurred over less summer. Demonstrators want bands on blast balls, tear gas and other crowd control weapons. But police consistently use most of these. Under their new proposals. Almost Phil Marineau, local black lives matter. Activists have formed their own lobbying group, complete with a 2021 legislative agenda. Deante damper is with the Washington Black Lives matter Alliance are protects in our liberation is a mandate for the people and we're moving the power and the protest this year forward to Olympia. The alliance is already lobbying for a variety of social equity bills, including a measure to ban police use of chokeholds tear gas. And no knock warrants. The manager of an Everett call center, pleading guilty to a scam that took $2.5 million from about 1000 distressed homeowners. Josh Herrera faces up to five years in prison..
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on KOMO
"Carleen Johnson. Come on news. People in this state are still having trouble getting an appointment for the covert vaccine McComas Keith Eldridge, one of the fortunate ones to get his shot yesterday, Jan went first. She and I went on the state website just like everybody else. So we managed to find an appointment or both. In that phase one B tier one Being over 65 years old thistles are first dose of the modern, a vaccine. What do you get it? Oh, just even feeling next. It was my turn The vaccine critical for me Since I have the underlying health condition of having had open heart surgery a few years ago at the CDC recommends I stay isolated at home, which I've done going on 10 months still reporting the news every day and again, That's cool. Most Keith Eldridge community members rejecting a serious of changes that Seattle police want to adopt and how they respond to protests and riots. Comas Joe Marino has more class summers, racial justice protests and the response mounted by Seattle police. It's like the Seattle Community Police Commission and many activist groups to demand change. I saw officer shaking Mace chance shake it smiling at US. SPD has been making revisions and is asking for a last round of community feedback before putting them into place. I think we have changed our policies in the way that we Employee's devices sense what occurred over last summer. Demonstrators want bands on blast balls, tear gas and other crowd control weapons, But police consistently use most of these under their new proposals. Yeah, that's cool. Most Joe Marino reporting local black lives matter. Activists have formed their own lobbying group, complete with 2021 legislative agendas died. Lt Damper is with the Washington Black lives matter. Alliance protection. Our liberation is a mandate for the people and we're moving the power and the protest this year forward to Olympia because that's the damper and the alliance is already lobbying for a variety of social equity bills, including a measure to ban police use of chokeholds tear gas. And no knock warrants. The richest men in the world are squabbling and cyber space about outer space. Karma's golden hate reports. It's a Twitter war between Bezos and Musk over satellites. Elon Musk of Space X fame and Amazon's Jeff Bezos both want their fleets of communication satellites to circle the globe in the same low Earth orbit. Bloomberg News reports. Musk is seeking a lower orbit than he originally planned for his StarLink satellites. Ah, 1000 of which have already been launched. This really takes off Bezos, who has targeted that elevation for his own plan fleet of communication satellites. Now the tiff has gone public with musk tweeting. It makes no sense to quote hamstring StarLink in favor of an Amazon system, he says, is still years away. Amazon fired back tweeting Space X is trying to quote Smother the competition in the cradle. Corwin Hague Co..
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on KOMO
"Away. Yes, Wheeler Explain to the man who was in the restaurant's tent area didn't have to wear a mask on them and then follows him to his car with Wheeler warning him. He had pepper spray and needed to back off. He didn't A little bit later told police he feared for his safety and worried about getting covered since the man wasn't wearing a mask, almost Carleen Johnson reported. The attorney for that man who confronted the Mer identifies him as 48 year old Carrie Catt in awe and says the man's family is involved in a legal dispute over their property. Local black lives matter, Activists have formed their own lobbying group, complete with a 2021 legislative agenda. Deante damper is with the Washington Black lives matter. Alliance protection. Our liberation is a mandate for the people, and we're moving the power and the protest this year forward to Olympia alliances already lobbying for a variety of social equity bills, including the measure to ban police, use of chokeholds tear gas and no knock warrants. The richest men in the world have gotten into a squabble in cyberspace about outer space. Almost Corwin hate reports. It's a Twitter war between Bezos and Mama. Over satellites, he lawn musk of Space X fame and Amazon's Jeff Bezos both want their fleets of communication satellites to circle the globe in the same low Earth orbit. Bloomberg News reports. Musk is seeking a lower orbit than he originally planned for his StarLink satellites. Ah, 1000 of which have already been launched. This really takes off Bezos, who has targeted that elevation for his own plan fleet of communication satellites. Now the tiff has gone public with musk tweeting. It makes no sense to quote hamstring StarLink in favor of an Amazon system, he says, is still years away. Amazon fired back tweeting Space X is trying to quote Smother the competition in the cradle. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news. It's a 39. We're just a minute away from a comb. Oh sports update Wanna talk to you about my friends at zero red zero as I've been talking to you about for several years really? And the reason is because, well, they're the best at what they do for one reason. The second reason is this is a great time of year to get zero rays into your home to get your home nice and clean. For this time of year, this time of year when we're all about making resolutions, but you deserve a cleaner started 2021. So think about how great you would feel knowing your carpets are clean, fresh and safe, eliminating dirt bacteria, allergens and all the contaminants that are in your carpet. And believe me, there is a lot down there that you want to get rid of..
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on KOMO
"This afternoon. Light showers returned tonight. But in the form of rain across the low lands and the coma, Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clarke had light rain in downtown Seattle. It's 37 right now in Cobo News time. 7 37. There were 135 initial positive Corona virus test results of on workers at a Seattle own seafood processing plant. Then the illusion islands of Alaska would get more from Cuomo's Eric Heights, Alaska. State health officials say testing and other medical supplies have been sent to the Trident seafoods processing plant. Evacuations by ship have been carried out for some employees, most of risk. See how to be strident, has some 700 workers at the facility and plan to bring in some 700 additional workers for the peak winter harvest season. The sale time supports. As of Tuesday, 307 workers at the plant had been tested with 103 5 testing positive our rate of almost 44%. Our Kite's coma. New research from the Centers for Disease Control says it's safe to bring kids back into the classrooms. Still, many teachers unions are resisting the return. They say they all need the vaccine before they'll feel safe more from Kemal's Carleen Johnson, the CDC studied 17 K through 12 schools in Wisconsin and found minimal spread of the virus among students in classrooms and no virus spread among teachers and staff. So long as everyone wore a mask and classes were kept small with desks far apart. I see that there are a lot of studies that contradict that is John Larson, president of the Oregon Education Association. He disagrees and says they can't go back completely safely without every protocol and all staff. Having the covert vaccine Monday was the first day teachers in Oregon could get vaccinated. Here in Washington. Teachers over the age of 50 can get the vaccine now. But younger educators will have to wait a few months unless the health Department changes plans, the state teacher's Union says. Until all teachers have the shot, they won't support a return to classrooms. Carleen Johnson Come on news, the local black lives matter. Protest movement from last year has birthed a lasting legacy. Ah, full blown lobbying organization with its own legislative agenda. Almost Corwin Hank explains members of the Washington Black Lives matter. Alliance described Our new organization as a broad push to address equity across society, and we're moving the power and the protest this year forward to Olympia Deante Damper is with the Alliance steering committee tasked with backing bills that advanced police reform and other equity issues. We're not asking for a feat of the table, we're building our own. The effort already has yielded results, notably the introduction of House Bill 10 54 to ban police use of chokeholds tear gas and no knock warrants. Sikora, Remmy says. There's much more to do, protect and invest in black expression, arts and culture, restore voting rights or incarcerated persons in Washington state and be criminalized low level drug charges. The alliance enjoys support in Olympia from, among others, state senators Jamie Peterson and Market Dhingra. And state representative Jesse Johnson. Corwin. Hey CO Moh news. Two minute from now we'll find out what the winning answer was in our daily trivia contest. Does anybody want breakfast? Guys. Let's go. Later for McDonald's in five seconds. Why more that breakfast Stampede meal? It's only a.
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on Bird Road Podcast - All Points West
"And voting as is kind of like just a chore. They have to do every four years in their mind so we have to make it makes us. that's true. There's there's an enthusiastic gap our side is asking people to like take part in this solemn democratic institution and the other side is asking people to basically go to like the boomer version of coachella there. They're having fun. And i think that we can close enthusiasm gap with younger Candidates at the future people were present. The future people like you so you could follow sabrina at j. v. zhanna on twitter. Where what else can do to sort of stay. Stay involved in. Follow this You know this the the movement as it continues to sort of coalesce. Wh where else would you send people in broward. If you're in broward there's the black lives matter. Alliance broward county There's groups like sa you doing protests But mostly it's a vm. Broward because they're involved in blood involved electorally they're involves in organizing aspects doing everything so black lives matter lines our point that Representative eskimo on that is true is if you have the bandwidth you can also locate a Sorry get in touch with your county. Dc your democratic executive committees and you can usually like kind of weasel your way in If you just go in and tell them like f- ten hours of my life a week that i can devote to something you can usually probably get pretty prominent position and try to change the tenor of a those county level conversations and they're much more receptive to it usually than the state level is so. That's what happened in miami dade made some changes in their leadership and they've passed all these resolutions and bylaw changes and organizing and door to door programs. Bauer not there yet. But like you said we're going to be having a re org meeting electing a new chair and all these officers in december who are then going to be voting on the new state party chair in january so all the little reverberations but Yeah i get involved in your local. That's kind of how what happened with me. I- weasel my way in Just like we started inviting myself up and people just kind of accept that was there. And now i got to have a voice like voting on different measures and resolutions So we also have the left need to infiltrate these faces because there for us to And.
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Across South Florida elected officials police chief thing community members are taking part in a drive to justice caravan across Broward county this afternoon organizer Jessica Williams says they're joining together calling for racial equality and for the first time in years she feels like their message will be heard loud and clear for so long and not fallen on deaf ears now where the situation where it's a federal holiday people have to understand they have to be it I woke up this morning and I work on my iPhone calendar that was the best that I could have ever had three hundred cars are expected to take part in the caravan beginning in Lauderdale lakes and ending with a rally in fort Lauderdale hosted by the black lives matter alliance Wendy Grossman newsradio six ten W. Y. O. D. and hundreds of South Florida Christians will be gathering tomorrow morning at fort Lauderdale's Carter park people are collectively crying out for positive change many of us believe that it is long overdue so we're having hi look massive career because the time of purchase now new dimensions Christian outreaches Judith sidecar says that they'll pray for the judicial system health care workers city officials and their families the walk will have stops at the fort Lauderdale police to Sistrunk substation Broward health and esplanade park and the time for warning is over as the state now shows a rise in corona virus cases Florida setting another daily record for covert nineteen today with over thirty eight hundred cases pushing the state's total to close to ninety thousand with new coronavirus cases at or near daily records and hospitalizations increasing Miami Dade is cracking down on business owners who fail to meet social distancing and mask guidelines police director Freddie Ramirez says they've already shut down businesses for non compliance and they and other county regulatory agencies are only going to get stricter we will politely talk to the management of that establishment there in violation for the greater good of the community we will call you and we will come back and follow all up to insure that you corrected those issues if not you will not re open while most have abided by the rules were merry's emits a month into the re opening so people are getting lax Eric Reid Regus newsradio six ten WYO D. orders unemployment rate in may fourteen and a half percent an increase of seven tenths of a point from April it's very apparent that leisure and hospitality is an area that is continuing to either see job losses or not gain them back quite as quickly and Adrienne Johnson from the D. E. O. says.
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Able to correct your do it yourself attempted pet hair care that's FOX's Tonya J. powers reporting as crystalline moves inland over Louisiana as a tropical depression cleanup is underway in Orlando tornadoes spawned by the storm touched down this weekend homes and cars were damaged dozens of families displaced no injuries to report we still like and just a tropical depression weakening as it continues to move inland the storm Sistine winds are blowing at thirty five miles per hour heavy rains and storm surges are threatening communities along the Gulf coast from south eastern at Louisiana all the way into the Florida panhandle as well where he's given up nine thirty it's nine oh six I'm Natalie Rodriguez Jimmy back tears all right thanks for much gold just governments are going to talk to community organizer and leader of black lives matter alliance of Broward county will I get her take on what it means to define the police what happens along order and if no crops and forces the law it is straight ahead here at nine eleven nine twelve a traffic at nine ten on news radio six ten WYO date any and every thing that happens the thing you're watching and hang on is all filtered through a prism of Sean Hannity and that is November third the election today at three newsradio six ten W. Y. O. D. well is that so much rain lately look up and see if you got a wet spot on your ceiling of your home or your business if so you've got a roofing problem call pioneer roofing it's the roofing company have used for a long time the call answer enter Wharton the president tell my has to call he's just a great guy and the company has been around for decades and decades right here in South Florida to this is the.
"black lives matter alliance" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Traffic looking good on US nineteen in US three oh one Samantha canning newsradio WFLA one in college went out the door for your new year's eve celebrations tonight temperatures will fall back into the low fifties as your ring in the new year later right now it's sixty five degrees at newsradio WFLA as actors get ready to start a rally in half an hour investigation is underway after forty grandmother says police use a stun gun on her and rested her for not letting deputies into our home UCLA reporter Ryan Hughes says seventy year old barber Pinkney was left a visible injuries on her body the probable cause affidavit shows Pinkney was it three times with a stun gun in her left arm her back and her upper back and was held to the ground with the deputies need according to deputies thinking refused to let officers indoor home without a search warrant though they claim the arrest warrant for a grand son here the majority to search the house a rally organized by the black lives matter alliance is set to begin at five thirty in support of Pinckney in Brighton ten a hospital worker in Clearwater Stacy animal cruelty charges after police say he left his dog and cat inside his car Monday while he to work and the dog died according to police thirty eight year old Jeffery Hayes and tells officers he insurance straight from Georgia to clear water and then went right to work around two thirty PM he claims he let the air conditioning running in the car but when he checked on them around seven thirty PM last night he discovered his dog biscuit had died but he went back to work instead of calling police or animal control officers a hospital security worker called the police instead temperature temperatures reach into the upper seventies with high humidity all afternoon on Monday is it in front of former vice president Joe Biden are his statistical tie in Florida as the year comes to an end according to a new Mason Dixon survey the election was four years ago it looks right now that if it were between him and Joe Biden it would be just as close statewide we haven't bite isn't at forty seven percent drop at forty five percent poster brag Coker says the president does much better against the other top Democrats he leads senator Elizabeth Warren with fifty one to forty two percent and senator Bernie Sanders forty nine to forty four percent you also the south bend Indiana to judge by forty nine to forty five percent but his edge over the mayor is also with them within the margin of error this may be the last year for illegal fireworks in Florida right now unless it displays are put on by professional they're technically against the law the.