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66-year-old woman accused of driving into Bloomington protesters arrested
"Of the red car that ran over protestors in Bloomington has been arrested. Christie Bennett was taken into the Monroe County Jail Wednesday night. The Herald Times says she was the driver that was seen in a social media video driving over protesters who are supporting box Booker. She's charged with criminal recklessness and leaving the scene of an accident. One protests, protestors suffered cuts and bruises. Another was taken to the hospital with head injuries.
'I Didn't Want To Be A Hashtag,' Says Black Man Who Feared Being Lynched In Indiana
"Of a black man in Indiana. On the fourth of July. The man is box Booker, a community organizer and activist in Bloomington, Indiana. He described the incident and a Facebook post that has since been shared hundreds of thousands of times. Booker wrote that he and some friends were in a state park to watch the lunar eclipse when he says he was attacked by a group of white men. And threatened with a noose on their videos of part of the encounter. They show Booker on the ground, surrounded by a group of white people shouting as others behind the camera. Call out Let him go. I spoke with Fox book or earlier today and asked him what was going through his mind. There's a point When I'm on the ground, and I can feel them kicking me and I'm struggling to believe that I hear Ah, woman in the crowd yell out! Don't kill him. In that second I realize that she's talking about me. Don't kill me. And I couldn't help but think about all the times before that. We had Witness videos. Ah, black people being killed in yelling out for help and that they couldn't leave. Ah, I So the faith of George Floyd. In my mind and So many people have ended the lives this way with having their own their own executions narrated in front of them, and I didn't want to be a hashtag. And if folks we're goingto hash tag me, you know, I wanted to be that I'm alive. I have you to tell this story. I want folks to know that that we still have the issue of hate in the nation. The reason why I'm here today is simply because thes folks, they didn't just stop in and watching film my execution. They became involved. They became active participants putting themselves in danger for someone they didn't know someone that didn't look like them. And I want this to be the moment that changes how American engages attorney to what happened, right?
Car drives into a crowd of protesters in Bloomington
"The sound of a person driving a red car into a crowd of protestors in Bloomington Monday night, protesters say. One person was injured, but no one was killed and police are now trying to find the driver. Those protestors were there to support a black man named Box Booker, who said he was penned up against a tree with people around him chanting White power and get a new Sim, Monroe County on Saturday. I was pinned down and these men want happen me asking for news. They literally said the term noose they yelled, Leave! Leave. Leave the boy with us. I was even a man I was employing. Hooker says he hopes the men who pinned him up against the tree are arrested. The Department of Natural Resource is says they're looking into it. Four people
FBI investigating apparent noose found in black firefighter's locker
"The F. B. I.'s Minneapolis office is investigating after an apparent noose was found inside a locker of a black Bloomington firefighter earlier this month Bloomington mayor Tim at Busey I am just absolutely disgusted and angry and embarrassed and disheartened by what we've seen transpired the last week or so the piece of rope described as of what appears to be a crude noose was found in the firefighters gear locker on June fifteenth and was reported a fire department leadership eight days later the city is holding a press conference Monday afternoon to provide more details in that
FBI investigating after apparent noose found in Black Minnesota firefighter's locker
"The FBI has been called to investigate the discovery of a piece of rope resembling a noose found hanging in the locker of a black firefighter in Minnesota the fire chief in Bloomington says acts that embody hate intimidation and aggression will not be tolerated earlier this week a noose was found in a garage stall at Talladega being used by Bubba Wallace the only full time black NASCAR driver turns out the rope and been there for months and while this was not the target
Durham, Jackson-Davis lead Indiana past No. 9 Penn State
"T. in J. a game Oshie of extreme scored the go runs ahead goal Indiana snapping a three had all the one tie that midway mattered through most the third in a period sixty eight as sixty the capital win snapped over a four number game nine losing Penn streak state beating the penguins the Nittany five lions to three were down by the nineteen take over first late place in in the the first metropolitan half division but led by six the capital ten minutes scored later three goals in Indiana the first eleven answered with minutes the thirteen of the third to nothing it spurt was the penguins and held the lead third down straight the stretch loss Carl outdoor Haglund led and a the pair Hoosiers of goals with fourteen including an points empty netter as Indiana late improves the penguins its got big tallies ten record from Patric day in an Hornqvist eight Sidney after Crosby winning eight and Marcus in a row Pedersen Penn state has dropped Braden its Holtby last made two thirty three Lamar saves Stevens in the win led the Nittany Greg lions heist with Washington twenty nine points Tom McKay Bloomington Indiana
"bloomington" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Bloomington was stock when her flight to Arizona was put on hold you know I will tell you I am pleasantly surprised at responses people just understand this is Minnesota weather and you cross your fingers and hope you can get out you think people would be frustrated but I'm not seen that here the bad weather also created delays that Rochester's airport as well as airports in the cross Manda said in Wausau a busy day for skiers across the state after the fresh new snow especially in southern Minnesota John Nelson is the general manager of mount Kato and says it's a busy afternoon in Mankato what was tough going in the morning trying to get here but once we once we got here we are cleared everything off and people started slowly trickling in and right now it's really busy some out of people coming in and just people are really enjoying it Nelson says they recorded eleven inches of fresh powdery snow overnight into this morning senator any club which are was kind of ironic during a presidential campaign stop in New Hampshire on Saturday if you didn't notice I'm not the tallest person in the room but what I've got is great the great you get from a Minnesota blazer closures campaign announced Saturday it had raised more than two million dollars since Friday's democratic debate New Hampshire the primary election there is on Tuesday after snapping a thirteen game losing streak last night the Minnesota Timberwolves have the day off before heading north to face to run tomorrow night head coach Brian Saunders says the wheels are in motion you can't be satisfied it's been a tough up and down year but you know I think people can see you know what more we stick to what we're looking to build and we we grow this thing no it has potential to be something very special the wall set a team record with twenty six three point baskets last night beating the clippers one forty two to one fifteen at target center WCCO deuce time to to will take a look at the weekend weather forecast right after this we know you've been planning for Valentine's day.
No. 17 Maryland scores final 7 points to win at Indiana
"Seventy three Maryland scored the final seven points of the game to beat unranked Indiana seventy seven to seventy six Jaylen CPAS lay up with fourteen seconds to go was the difference the Hoosiers had one last chance but Mr shot at the buzzer smis twenty nine points was a career high he says the Terrapins always felt they could come back on Indiana this is so that you know some in this fight we never back down from a challenge even it would now without always how to bow back in to that last second off the clock after losing their first three big ten road games the Terrapins have won two straight away from home and improve to sixteen if for Yvonne to green let fifteen and five Indiana with sixteen points Tom mackay Bloomington Indiana
Indiana uses late charge to beat No. 11 Michigan State 67-63
"Unranked Indiana held on late for sixty seven sixty three win over number eleven Michigan state the Spartans came back from fifteen down to grab the lead midway into the second half but with less than two minutes to go the Hoosiers win in front and stay there senator Jerry Brown cat fourteen points to lead Indiana up think we have a lot a lot a belief in each other and you know believe in and what we've been doing since we've been here this summer and you know we we were gonna we're gonna quit fighting Cassius Winston let Fortino five Michigan state was seventeen points but took a long time to get going in the first half Indiana has won four of its last five games Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana
Amtrak To Drop $25,000 Ticket Price For Two Wheelchair Users After Complaints
"Least partly on its plan to charge to wheelchair writers twenty five thousand dollars for a short train ride and here's Joseph Shapiro has more Amtrak says it will make space for two wheelchair users headed from Chicago to the station in Bloomington normal Illinois the cost of a regular ticket is sixteen dollars but Amtrak said it didn't have enough space on the train for a group of wheelchair writers and that it would cost twenty five thousand dollars to reconfigure the rail car Amtrak responded after NPR reported the extra charge and after US senator Tammy Duckworth asked for a meeting with Amtrak CEO Richard Anderson both the senator and the writers say Amtrak's answer doesn't go far enough because it doesn't address whether it will charge such high prices in the future Joseph Shapiro NPR news in Vancouver
No. 4 Baylor tops No. 3 KU 67-55 for first win in the Phog
"Indiana after going came when listen from behind seventeen in the second trips half to Lawrence to hand Kansas Ohio state number its fourth four Baylor straight finally loss broke through the Hoosiers the sixty outscored seven the fifty Buckeyes five twenty win six over to fourteen the third ranked over Kansas the last Jayhawks twelve minutes of the game under for seventeen sixty your coach six Scott fifty four drew win Baylor has moved Indiana up in the weekly held always poll used for to twenty seven one straight percent weeks second half shooting it was also of onto Baylor's green first let the ever Hoosiers win against who improved a team to thirteen and in three the top with nineteen five points on the road the Buckeyes after going who started over the twenty season two nine and guard have Jr lost Butler five of their scored last seven twenty two points hundred west to lead and let the the Baylor team bears with fifteen points Greg Echlin Tom Lawrence McCabe Kansas Bloomington Indiana
Green, Phinisee lead Indiana past No. 11 Ohio State 66-54
"Indiana came from behind in the second half to hand Ohio state its fourth straight loss the Hoosiers outscored the Buckeyes twenty six to fourteen over the last twelve minutes of the game for sixty six fifty four win Indiana held always used to twenty one percent second half shooting of onto green let the Hoosiers who improved to thirteen and three with nineteen points the Buckeyes who started the season nine and have lost five of their last seven hundred west and let the team with fifteen points Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana
The Honor Student
"Now to start off I just want to restate some of the core tenets of the double shift. The show is not and will never be a show about parenting or kids. We are not here to give you tips and tricks about how to you juggle your busy schedule. And we don't believe there's any way to hack our way out of the enormous problems that mothers facing this country like deeply unequal and unfair family leave policies the astronomical cost of childcare and the fact that the wage gap between men and women is more accurately a wage gap between mothers and everybody else we need to think big about all of this stuff so with all of these social and economic issues facing mothers widely. We want to talk about reimagining. Our personal lives because here at the double shift we believe. The Revolution at work begins with the revolution at home. Women can't advance in society if our relationships are stuck in the past. That families don't have to be conventional to be successful and that support report for parents can come from the most unexpected places and communities can be key to getting us to where we as working mothers hoped to go this season. Then you'll hear conversations about the huge foundry breaking and sometimes uncomfortable changes MOMS have made to reshape their lives. We're going to tackle pickled the mental load. You'll hear from a mother without custody of her kids who believe she's a better mother for it to excitingly unconventional families in Canada and a transgender parent. Who will explode your gender stereotypes and much more? We're going to challenge the pretty strong assumption that the nuclear in your family is the best deal out there for working moms and we're really going to question what we're told Motherhood should beat. This is season two of the double shift. The Revolution begins at home. Today story is about what kind of support and community it can take to you realize your dreams and find your way to a meaningful career when you're already a mom and in spite of huge personal and and Financial Obstacles Meet Maria Ramirez. Hi Katherine how are you. We're going to begin this episode all the way back in two thousand seven. When Maria was seventeen years old she went to a big public high school in Indianapolis known for churning out NBA basketball players? But Maria wasn't a basketball star. She was an academic superstar. She was killing it. Knowledge classes a leader at the school and in the National Honor Society by winter for for senior year. Everything was on track for her. She had a boyfriend but he planned to join. The army and Maria didn't think they'd stay together after graduation. She'd apply I to a bunch of prestigious East Coast colleges including her Dream School Harvard and was just waiting to hear back about two two weeks before everyone started receiving their college acceptance letters. I found out I was pregnant and it was a complete shock to me because because I had no idea of how it could have possibly. I knew how it could've been put on. I didn't think that it would happen to me. And I immediately thought they they all my dreams would be deferred. I didn't see how managed to go away to college. I didn't see how it managed to move to New York or Boston. Or one of these other places says that was a lot more exciting. My favorite teacher. My architectural technology teacher that I had I was like on a first name basis with him him and I was like an unofficial. Ta For his class. I would help great other people's assignments because I was so good at using autocad and He would like rely on me for a lot of things things and he saw potential. He was telling me all the time. You're going to do so great. You're going to beat his shot architect and when I explained to him that I was pregnant. He it just like kind of put his head down on the sesame said not you now that Maria is pregnant and she had to figure out what might be next for her. A bunch of college acceptance letters had already rolled in. Maria had always assumed she'd go to college for four years and then take on the world and her goal is not just any college. She had her heart set on Harvard but when the letter finally came Maria let it just sit on the dining room table. It's funny till this day. I have not open that letter that came from Harvard. I just couldn't bring myself to do it because I knew I couldn't go by. All of my friends around me were like. Oh I'm so excited I'm going to IU which was in Bloomington and about two and a half hours from where we lived at the time. And I knew I just couldn't they move outside of Indianapolis because that's where the support was but the feelings there were so many. I always saw myself as a mom. Because I'm the oldest sibling of five so I always took care of my younger siblings but the feelings at the time were disappointment that it happened at the time that it did and also I felt maybe that I was disappointing people in my family because my mom was also a teen mom and I think that she spent so much of her life struggling l.. Going that she didn't want that for me and I think that she automatically saw that. I would have this life of a single mom and I think she could see the signs that the relationship that was in was not going to last and I didn't want to be a single mom but I also knew I didn't want to be with him so that was like very very challenging for me to navigate as a seventeen year old. So you're getting these acceptance letters and you know that in your heart you you wanna be a mom someday that that was always the plan. was there ever our conversation in your mind like whether you want to have this baby. Yes so honestly the reason why I didn't want to terminate the pregnancy Eh. And it had nothing to do with morality or religion or anything like that. Because I think that's most often the case I think for women that decide not to go there rallies either financial or maybe maybe religious or moral reasons and things that people have told them was right and wrong. I just wanted to challenge and I always assumed that I could do it because I saw my mob do it. I didn't see becoming a mom as like the end of my life as a seventeen year. Old I deci- as maybe a small delay. And I'm getting to where I wanted to go. You're occupying these to sort of really different spheres like you were this superstar academic Percen Percen as one part of your identity and then you were also headed to being a teen mom in this other part of your identity. How did it it feel like the people around you view in these different roles so part of me as a black girl growing up and the community city that grew up in? I always felt like the exception. I was always told that you have to work twice as hard to prove that you're just as capable all as your white peers. So I always had that in the back of my mind as I got straight as as I joined all these committees and councils and things as a teenager that was an exception I was like this different black girl right and the stereotypical team is usually a girl off color. So I felt like me navigating these two different identities. I became a part of this statistic. I became just a regular black girl as opposed to this exceptional one that has this really great. GPA and you know is on first name basis with the principal and things like that. I definitely felt that disappointment from teachers from the principal from you know family members of like you are exception you are. Are you know pride of the family. And now you just become. I'm like the rest of us. One of my favorite people of all time that. I'm super close to my grandmother. My father passed away when I was six years old and she slept in kind of kept the memory of him alive and she came to my high school graduation. She traveled all the way from Florida to be there and I hadn't told her that I was pregnant. 'cause I was honestly it would just nervous and afraid to say anything to her about it and it was still very new still. I was only a few months
"bloomington" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"The Bloomington il for making that possible they bring in the fourth quarter here great place for Saturday night dinner I might add as well pretty good give me this scores a bit to see because again from fun to watch yeah really has David and really I think with Chris Davis you can never relax if if they're able to get a score here the down at the eight yard line of Saint Thomas they're going to have you know twenty nine or thirty points then it's a two score game with most of the quarter left during the fourth so this thing's not over right now though Michael building joining his team into the end zone hasn't been easy to Tom is a made to king interceptions here than a blocked punt was huge building everybody in tight this is interesting on third and short it is still there shovel pass fixed to the ten inside the tent of the five inside the five and knocked out of bounds on a touchdown saving tackle by Stanley who's been leading that Tommy secondary with twenty six tackles and five pass breakups is season makes a big get right there but it's a first on a gold yeah five yards for each on that run it's really uptight in reverse and he he went up the sideline David any cut back a little for some extra yardage and now they have it first and goal at the three and again a score here and it's a two score game if you've not seen the gusty user their uniforms are exactly like the Wolverines of Michigan now the stamp building over the middle and it is boy that was a great catch what focus out there but Ethan Zindler he's a tight end on a maple river and the Tommy defense did a great job they almost pick that thing off and somehow got through those two defenders are done to touch down because Davis yeah you.
Election Day 2019: Voting Today in Virginia, Kentucky, Mississippi, New Jersey
"Voters in four states going to the polls to decide state offices but both both major political parties see the off year elections as tasks of voter enthusiasm governors are being elected in Kentucky and Mississippi in New Jersey and Virginia state lawmakers are being chosen here there are twenty two city in municipal elections some of those include elections for mayor and city council in Bloomington Saint Louis park golden valley and Hopkins and city council races in Saint Paul also in Saint Paul the question of trash collection on the ballot in some important school spending questions on the ballot across the state as well the largest being in white bear lake where voters are being asked to approve the borrowing of three hundred million dollars for new school buildings to handle large projected increase in enrollment over the next
"bloomington" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Our to wrestling on a carnival as far as I know I'm about the last one was around here anyway and you know legal back there and hang out and I I still go to the masters I stick with down to target center every time there in town and see the guys all in Bloomington every month and I'm just just just hey I guess we're gonNA have to blow up buildings get me out as it airs so check it out every Monday night and Tuesday night at peak w torch.
"bloomington" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Welcome to Bloomington everyone I am Indiana footballs Memorial Stadium and we're checking out the new digs the football team having a half million dollar renovation to complete the Terry talent football complex and of course we are going to check it out now I'm joined by a fifth year wide receiver Nick Westbrook mixology taken away from here awesome well big thanks to all our donors and alumni for opening up our Terry town in football complex now to show your career. the entrance right here severe main lobby so you know showing on here that we have are adidas tear obviously on this now and take a left right into the locker room. so. use of the. beautiful. the storage. violation systems in here. everything please. termination. to the players lounge I will say hi. on. on the challenger that. all right here we have three TV's. some guys. you know what to feel good. game days all. you said you only have two classes this year you're graduating in December. December. forced to endure. season. yeah for sure and the thing is. what has worked in the past. about it you know. a lot closer together to something we can all share a lot with joy and excitement. no work around each other all the time in the not not about it you know it's not like some brothers. each other all the time so to log. really expected to come out on the field. we grabbed his resume he's pretty good. that's a good.
"bloomington" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"In Bloomington Indiana the Indiana Hoosiers getting set to take on the number six Ohio State Buckeyes Ryan day tiki in his first year since he joined this program on their offense of staff ninety touchdown passes best in all the nation and now he's the big man in charge and he has a pretty good quarterback to roll out there yeah he does doesn't feel to transport from George's have started this season with the Heisman Trophy like campaign so far but I think the big thing the right days trying to instill in the so how's the Buckeyes team is it we need to be excellent in all phases of the game we need to lead the nation in all phases of the game the expectation is high after the early start that they've had this year which is crazy this is supposed to be there down year in their ranks number six they have a defense that gets after the quarterback on the other side of the field for the Indiana Hoosiers Tom Allen graduated from I you in nineteen ninety two for him this is a destination job this isn't a step to a different program job he's in his third year his first jet game coaching was replacing Kevin Williams is on the Buckeyes staff he was disappointed after losing the foster farms bowl and said we need a signature within your three they're getting closer well they're starting to get closer that come from recruiting and building depth and then in college football it's all about who you're back up is going to be what guys get worn down especially against an opponent like Ohio state Avenue office according to this year's well Kaelin to bore who is at Fresno state last year that one of the top offices in the country they won the mountain west of there looking to take advantage of the athleticism of their highly athletic a quarterback Michael Penick junior we don't know if he's going to play today we'll find out closer to game time if not Ramsey is a very capable back up the income from last year who lost a job in the preseason threw for three to three touchdowns in over three hundred and twenty yards against the Buckeyes. last year we'll have more coverage for Memorial Stadium in Bloomington coming up when we come back through by the deli you continue our pregame coverage from the progressive insurance studios which will include conversations with the Buckeyes right tackle Branden Boeing and Indiana wideout Nick Westbrook this is NC a a football and compass media networks. the goal is to take the staff makes the inside Iraq goes on the floor. the wide receiver. this is the ball to camara who's going to the corner. and another touchdown saints and the route is all. it's football it's right here over the lord said. the dance of the press is stepping up in a busy market. dot US kids presents what to expect when you're expecting a teenager learning the lingo today I'm going to help parents translate teen slang. now when the team says something is on Fleek is exactly like seeing that's red it simply means that something is also. another one is told.
"bloomington" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The Bloomington area will pick up on a few of the shower so this morning that extends all the way back now just south of Bloomfield but the good news here is starting to wrap up its starting to diminish the once we get the showers now that we are seeing in Bedford to ship eastbound you will begin to try out through the remainder of this morning our high risk future cast model does show a few isolated showers remaining through about mid morning and we'll see cloud cover decrease to the remainder of the morning and early afternoon peaks of sunshine here and there I do think we'll see a lot more sunshine compared to yesterday afternoon and our temperatures will be a bit more comfortable alongside our humidity levels as well so we're really wrapping the work week on a fairly strong note our temperatures here in Indianapolis as since decrease right sixty eight degrees right now but the northeast wind at nine miles per hour that northeast wind is providing us with some of that comfortable air right now most of us mid sixties there could be a few spots in the upper fifties this morning for the bus stop so keep that in mind this morning a few folks especially north of the city might need a lighter jacket maybe a sweater heading out to the bus stop but most of us here I think we'll stay fairly comfortable mid sixties by nine o'clock our temperatures will continue to climb through the afternoon seventy three degrees by noon and then by round say four o'clock mid seventies with calm winds out of the northeast at around ten miles per hour we're still tracking fantastic weather as we look ahead into the next couple of days in our next chance of showers arrive next week we're time out that's right for you in my full forecast the quiet for the most part he's a west side rather I for sixty five near forty six street looks good not a whole lot of volume here this morning so it's quiet for once I drivers right now along the I. four sixty five loop visibility looks good roadways are saying mainly dry so if that is the usual route really no big issues there along side most of the west side really not seeing too big of any issues or delays coming in from seventy four Rockville rotor Washington Street and north and southbound lanes here by four sixty five also seem to be moving in a very good pace here so why side commuters leaving within the next say five to ten minutes I think you should be okay in terms of your morning drive I four sixty five near ten street also looks fantastic you had like starting the roadways but nothing too overbearing right now in terms of your drive wise I drive times also checking in like for right now seventy four from Browns were too I for sixty five in a six minute drive thirty six remain on to I. four sixty five it just over twenty minute commute and then forty from Plainfield twice for sixty five and a sixty minute warning Dr thanks so much Stephanie it is five oh three a fifteen million dollar construction project is coming to state road thirty two in Westfield to help ease traffic.
"bloomington" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Jean Caskey is of BCA Bloomington says hold off on walking your dogs today they don't actually have cyclone so they overheat much faster than people do the other thing would be the pavement sometimes blacktop and other payments get so hot that it can burn their feet she also says that make sure those pets also get a lot of water just like you if your dog is outside remember to provide plenty of shady man cool them off with a hose if needed we're humans again cool them off of the hose to offer eighty five years the raspberry festival in Hopkins is provided summer fun to thousands of the festival underway this week had lied required is the festival's executive director we are very very proud to be celebrating our eighty CSE here we go all year long planning things too include everybody that all from young to old so we can of events fill the festival schedule including Sundays parade we have a really nice turnout of people that fill our main street to watch the parade with the kids and it's always a nice hot day well Minnesota conservation officials say there's a small but noticeable increase in loon deaths in the likely causes the west Nile virus the department of natural resources as the virus was confirmed as the cause of death of two of three loons from northeastern Minnesota earlier this month the agency is asking a lake property owners and others using lakes the contact wildlife officials of the sea two or more dead loons with no obvious injury or other causes of death ninety one degrees now in the Twin Cities mostly cloudy skies will take a break get you updated on traffic and more on that weather coming up after this on WCCO starlight lounge for Annie.
Child thrown from mall balcony showing "real signs of recovery"
"Child who was thrown off the mall of America. Balcony is improving as we hear from correspondent Michelle Miller the five year old boyfriend off of a balcony at the mall of America in Bloomington. Minnesota last week is showing signs of recovery. In a statement family members, saying new test results have been positive though, the boy remains in intensive care with quote, a long road ahead. The man charged with throwing the boys facing a charge of attempted premeditated murder. A go fund being account has already raised almost a million dollars to help the family cover their son's medical
Boy who plunged from mall balcony showing "signs of recovery"
"There's some better news for a boy involved in an attempted murder. Case a five year old boy thrown off a third floor balcony last week at the mall of America in Bloomington. Minnesota showing some signs of recovery, but he remains in intensive care with head trauma and multiple broken bones. That update from the boy's family after they posted a picture Friday on a gofundme page that's raise nearly nine hundred thousand dollars for the five year old identified only as Landon twenty four year old Emmanuel Aranda facing charges, including attempted premeditated. First degree murder for the April twelfth
Mumps Cases At Indiana University More Than Double In A Week Amid Outbreak
"There is an outbreak of the mumps at the Indiana University in Bloomington spokesperson, Sean Kearney says well, it's a relatively small outbreak outbreak the school is taking precautions. We can be reminding students that if they feel sick stay home and avoid contact with others. Seventeen cases of the mumps were confirmed at the school this month with nine of those cases, all linked to one fraternity Kearney says the county health department has set up a clinic at that fraternity and more than half received additional booster vaccines. I you health managers say at least fourteen of the seventeen students who came down with the sickness. We're
Man Throws Boy, 5, From 3rd Floor Balcony at Mall of America
"Twenty-four-year-old, Emmanuel disown Aranda was charged with attempted homicide after witnesses say he either shoved or pushed a five-year-old child from the third floor balcony to the first floor at the mall of America, South of Minneapolis, Bloomington. Police chief Jeff Potts most importantly are the child that fell is still alive. And there's been some reports and concerns about whether or not he is still alive. He is still in critical condition. The family of the boy has requested privacy while he recovers.
America, Bloomington And Minnesota discussed on Lance McAlister
"Horrible crime committed today in Bloomington. Minnesota a five year old boy was tossed from the third floor of the mall of America, allegedly by a total stranger the horrifying scene at the mall of America just outside Minneapolis a five year old boy plummeting. From a third floor. Balcony allegedly thrown by a twenty four year old man, the young boy landing on the ground floor report over on the south side of someone just fell from the third floor to the first floor crowds giving emergency care to the child performing CPR
"bloomington" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And from Bloomington. He allegedly lied to police about his name, but investigators had security camera footage from the temple world. Welterweight boxing champion. Manny Pacquiao house in L A has been broken into happen, while pack y'all was in Las Vegas this weekend. For major boxing match, a relative told, Katie KTLA wanna pack. Yells aunts, usually lives in the house. But she was also in Vegas way. We have lines the police call anti that. Somebody. The house TMZ reports the burglars forced their way in and ransacked the place to people have been killed by large tree that fell on a home in San Diego's point Loma heights area. There were really strong wind gusts at the time police say the people killed were believed to be sleeping on the upper floor. When the trim tree fell a person downstairs was rescued. Police say the people may have been guests from the east coast who rented the home at least one person's been injured by a mall shooting in Chicago suburb, Orland park. Police deputy chief Joseph Mitchell says investigators are still trying to figure out what led up to the shooting this evening. This is an absolutely isolated. Instead this mall is going to save a small land area, we will investigate this will throw every resource to solve this crime nineteen year old man who was shot in critical condition. Officers are still looking for the shooter a couple of eye doctors in Louisiana and Texas offering free eye exams and glasses to NFL referees. The offers were made after a pass interference call during Sunday's game between the saints and the Rams who won in overtime going to the Super Bowl. A lot of people took to social media. Complain. But some say that wasn't the only miscall they say a Rams play was grabbed by the mask. And there was no flag. That's yeah. A woman hurt in a crash in England involving Prince Philip claims police downplayed her injuries in an attempt to cover up the incident on behalf of the royals. Emma, Fairweather says at one point she thought her injuries might require surgery. She says an officer assigned to last week's collision accused her being difficult and asking too many questions Norfolk. Police department denies the claims and says the crash is being treated like any other case Facebook's got a new feature that's intended to promote grassroots movements. The news feed tool called community actions. Let's use his great a petition and notify relevant public officials agencies friends a petition makers can also hit a support button to help petitions go viral..
"bloomington" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Farther where the discipline needs to be put in, the school or you have consequences for and you're responsible for your action and it starts at the home with the parrot police officers you, mentioned are are? They uniform so you know that that's a police officer and that police officer is. Packing, heat yeah they have their. Own cars they have their own police. Force Some schools. Have, security and police force together. Were they worked as a team Can't just walk into a. School over here you just cannot do it they don't allow it for years. I have a son, who's going to eighth grade and getting into the. School sometimes as you know you have to check in at. The front office you have to stand up the. Door and be buzzed in so Yeah I mean it's happening everywhere not like when I was in school he, could come and go as you please anyway thanks. For the call I appreciate it Jim in Bloomington Illinois good. Morning Morning I really think, they need to start all schools that you. Do, not have to be. Buzzed in they. Need to make, that, a priority I really don't see why we don't have metal detectors. At all the schools I know support The states don't have money for that how much money we spent do we miss. Spend every year on suffer the TSA. Which has, just been ultimate failures for the government's pro we. Haven't had any any blown up I mean. We haven't had any, hijackers or planes blown up you really can't say it's a total failure it's a miserable experience but. It's not a total failure in the sense that we don't know what they may have stopped. And, by the way metal detectors aren't going to help now that, it's going to be legal again start printing. Out instructions for doing three d. printing of guns. Which are basically some kind of plastic stuff they're not gonna show up on a metal detector How, can I possibly be legal there should be. No way people should be able to do that There should be along there is but it's going away There's a court case right now. It. Looks like they're doing. Away with that law anyway. Looks I appreciate the call let's go to Baton, Rouge good morning will Good morning I'm feeling pretty good how you doing I think they. Should have cameras at all these, Google they just like at my job you need a, badge yourself to get, him certain doors the.
"bloomington" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Knx ten seventy newsradio bloomington residents who witnessed of tragic deadly crash these treated happened on his very dangerous they want something done about three people two of them teenagers and all related were killed when a dodge challenger slammed into them while they were walking on slow over avenue in bloomington near the fontana area a fourth person was injured and residents say they are really troubled by what they witness we sought three bodies i saw woman she was kind of on the ground and then slowly getting up another resident says the speed limit in the neighborhood was recently changed to fifty miles an hour after the street was widened and says now there are a lot of bad crashes sending needs to be done to protect the residents here there's children there's families and it's not safe it's unclear what exactly caused the deadly crash but chp says the driver lost control of the car somehow he stayed at the scene and was not arrested cooper rummell knx ten seventy newsradio when apart police say they driver was high on pot when he hit and killed a man crossing western avidan sergeant mike love chick tells can't actually pedestrian was in a crosswalks driver vehicle remained at the scene further investigation revealed that the driver was possibly under the influence of cannabis and he was arrested without incident a murder charge because of a previous dui conviction riverside band and his girlfriend who used to drawn to fly illegal drugs from their house to recipients in the parking lot has been are sentenced each pleaded guilty earlier this month to possession of drugs for sale chow dangerous and distribution of meth he got two years eight months and say prison she got a year in county jail it is now twelve twenty check your money.
"bloomington" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Well yeah i should say the primary argument in the quilt case for preventing state governments from just taxing all out of state vendors complaints costs the fear would be every state has different tax laws each localities have different tax laws there's potentially thousands of jurisdictions that have the ability to impose sales tax collection obligations on out of state vendors and the fear would be that that would be expensive in terms of compliance costs for vendors selling nationwide today that's somewhat less concern because software has resolved a lot of these problems david gamut is a law professor at indiana university of bloomington tax day is also tomorrow and while online retailers are not required to collect taxes you dear listeners and also me and anyone who bought something online are required to pay those taxes and to estimate how much we owe on our tax returns david did tell me however most of us don't do that i'm molly would this is a pm just as you count on marketplace for reliable in depth news and information we're counting on listeners like you to invest in what we do the more people who support marketplace the more we can do to raise economic intelligence across the country and don't forget your donation will be matched dollar for dollar when you give today thanks to a generous challenge from our friends at kindy to become a marketplace investor today at marketplace dot org and thank you.
"bloomington" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Were located right here in bloomington red teach about options stocks forex futures rent teach how to make money in this market regardless if the if the market goes up or down ira we have a rulesbased supplydemand train strategy with a patent and we we're seeing in february two thousand fourteen now and if you're the patten's on some it's got be unique but it's pretty substantial to be able to do that and i don't know of any other trading so strategies that have a patent there there may be some out there but i do know that we have one and the patent was based on the fact that that our strategy worked for any asset class so regardless worthy trading stock futures 4 x or options it's that the same strategy it it works for all of them and ito the consumer concern now is that people at the specially last year if you go back and you look at last year almost anything you bought with a gone up in value so people have lost the the idea of the importance of education the importance of being able to to play defense in the market and you know unfortunately we've gone through a period of time where you haven't had to play defense elite the art of doing that has been is lost you at there's a lot of advisers that are in this market there weren't in back when the markets went through there they're corrections in order to be successful you need to be able to play d is like a football you know and may hate to bring up football now because of the the the the pain we were error because last week but you know if a team just went out in the field and played offense they wouldn't win you've got to play offense and defense well what we're doing is were going on break right now said today we're giving away a free proactiv.
"bloomington" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Tuning in in catch from past shows by just searching for closing argument right there in your iheartradio app six five one nine eight nine five eight five five is the number to join us this evening let's go to cory in bloomington walk in the show you know poll gives how jones you doing a slight edge over genius no cities i'm gonna saying i'd have no yet the marches though from two for groups planned raw for next anymore summer looking to avoid yeah a repeat of last i'm summer's thinking violent uh clashes in charlottesville the some city of the has stuff turned down for an there application would have been proven from the white nationalist group unite fall the right fucking system for an anniversary can rally improve this insults coming august the city oh also he turning uh dim applications from groups looking to counter hello unite the right fox's graham jill nato fox the signature news fair was and real balanced but the reference to a date and location were forged by the accuser so that's that ram the signature was real but the reference to a date and location were forged by the accuser so that's that putting much the all right i i kit look i can't argue with that i appreciate your call putting the all right i i can't look i can't argue with that i appreciate your call card with frank let's where where the dude the guy was like yeah they're all lying there all being paid or coerced how do you know that what are you seeing that on listen i've gone on lengthy diatribes about how horrible the media is how there and we're gonna talk about tonight if we if we get around to it here or materially though mistakes they made over the weekend that just it over themselves to get out a damning story about trump and not even bothering to adhere to and have their own otero standards the media is horrible i get it the left is full of lawyers and connivers and trump and not even bothering to adhere to any of their own notorial standard the media is horrible i did it the left is full of lawyers and connivers in.
"bloomington" Discussed on WEEI
"A critical caller john and bloomington indiana was upjohn berthelot iraq door you won't be co author of a report here or by you are wrong this week you've got milwaukee with can do in the boone what i've wanted to showing otani's dating a couple of week ago you were guaranteeing he's going to be and i never said that one time than i never see the yankee could care less i never even talked about the kids when a headline though he'd be i know he would be a wooden miyake i know nothing about authority i mean john come on stay out there you don't worry about you bed football team and you soso various basketball team i mean that's what you call about as a party hina i didn't spend one minute talking about a tommy ever ever you believe in well i talk about a tiny i don't like british force he's a great great talk show host has brought out the best autonomic the telltale was worry about your roof football basketball let's just let's just go back a week or so i don't see him being a picture plus at this level i you to see him being a position player or a pitcher i do not see him being a picture and a player i don't see them doing that with somebody but you know what maybe he's going to be this rare talent and i'll tell you right now i know people are going to like this he's gonna wind up on the yankees a war of of the massive as poses enormous you could just you just want a mile away he's going to be so we are he's going to wind up on the yankees go now yankee haters are going to hate that but he is going to wind up on the i could gather i have mentioned all john i have no handler gonna like this is going to be i never said that one time than he's going wind up on the balearic he's going to one of them on the yankees i could care less i never even talked about the kids maybe he's going to be this rare talent as the yankee first of all the drawer of of the.
"bloomington" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Same as he did thirty years ago is at at the most unbelievable that you've ever seen yeah he never never changes his appearance had that correct craziest thing ever lockhart from this indiana club tonight play against dukan they've got a tremendous amount of success over the years against number one ranking miller in bloomington or even against ranked teams in bloomington i have to tell you i never went back their fair enough in thirty years but it was a great place it was a fantastic plays to go to school so i went to college at indiana and i gotta tell you i saw it all there i saw all those big ten battles and i saw them not only when a national championship down thirty three minutes ago again syracuse beat him in '87 but the year before i saw on lose that cleveland state do you remember they had lost at cleveland state of the ncaa tournament in the first round so i've seen everything i've seen everything have an bloomington is a great just a great school it's a fantastic place it's incredible and it's just a basketball mecca right that's where it is it's a basketball school and i really bothers me i hate to say it that they try to be like other things in a like a football all school and all this other stuff like who they kidding their terrible what everything though they never ever good at two things you'd be surprised soccer jerry egli was the koji one national championships there several and then they won several national championships look.
"bloomington" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast
"She was four eleven which all votto of them yeah fourfoot eleven inches which i didn't bother to translate into what's about three kilometers like five stone at roker intially wary hands she just ninety pounds and she was 20 years old when she disappeared to she's a petite girl vieri very petit yeah she was a sophomore at indiana state university in bloomington indiana the bad bloomington may which just irwin bloomington illinois orient all because there's a bloomington normal indiana and a bloomington normal illinois because the nobody in the midwest knows how to creatively name places o m they're both like twin cities sharia and i i which school in wilmington on a anyway her if she was studying textile merchandising which i know i've seen she was planning on going into fashion with but my understanding from that from research of that degree is that's not may be the best degree i was very confused our saga should the not with i mean it's more i it's my understanding this is totally like doesn't matter to the case talbott might have standing of that is that it's more geared towards like interior design or textile development not faster but occur hey whatever maybe she wanted to design photos are made out of textiles you never know technionisrael refuses to other argued school didn't want to steer clear of up because they were making money yeah pro could about by all accounts lauren was a really great person and though some do suspect foul play nobody suspect foul play in the lake.
"bloomington" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Political turmoil gripping the country puts his wife's his husband's being paul home he spent the last five days in jail after being taken away at night by intelligence agents until last month lopez was imprisoned for three years he seen by government opponents as a political prisoner a second opposition leader was also suddenly imprisoned last week and later restored house arrest president nicolas window appears to be pressuring the opposition often launching venezuela this new constituent assembly amid worldwide condemnation that assembly yesterday voted to remove the chief prosecutor louise ortega replacing her with a government loyalist ortega says the assembly's illegal she refuses to recognize his decision saying it's a tiny example of what's coming to everyone opposing totalitarianism in venezuela for a breeze npr news connects california's journey general preparing to file suit against the trump administration after the justice department of warned four cities albuquerque baltimore san bernardino unstocked stockton that it will pull the plug on millions on federal grant money if they don't cooperate with immigration enforcement daniel carson reports javier your beset it contends the department of justice is overstepping its authority by dangling federal funds to coerce localities and to cooperating with immigration officials another concern the doj directive to hold someone in custody an additional forty eight hours after their scheduled release if there is in the immigration issue san bernardino police we say that violates the suspects fourth amendment right against unreasonable search and seizure the city of chicago is also planning to file a lawsuit mayor rahm emanuel told a local radio station on friday that the city will be in federal court tomorrow and from washington you're listening to npr news investigators and bloomington minnesota are looking for suspects after an explosive device detonated at a mosque police say the blasted non enter any one but at the explosion damaged a room in the mosque police believe the device was thrown through the window of your moms office work very well wa worshippers gathered for morning 'prayers the.