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"brian hastings" Discussed on KTRH
"In Galveston. There were so few takers for the vaccine. That is, they're asking that the state no longer send them. The drugs for the vaccinations. One of the reasons it's so easy to get your covert shot now is because there are unused doses piling up and here's Katie rages. Jeff Biggs. Yeah, you heard it here in Texas. But there's still a lot of Texans who still don't want the vaccine, too. There are a lot of people that do not want to get vaccinated, the younger and more middle aged people that may be on the healthier side. It's the people in the middle. That's still our little leery. That is ktrh medical expert. Our own Dr Joe Giladi. And what about the problems With that? Johnson and Johnson vaccine Anytime you see negative press on the vaccine or any medicine, people are going to react with the Johnson and Johnson. So far, they've been six steps out of several million vaccines administered. That's a very, very small rate. You on the flip side, According to reports, almost 50% of adults have already received at least one dose across the country. Yep, and about 30% have had the double dose that's required of visor and Madonna. Pretty interesting. There's a lot going on. That's not being reported. Thanks a lot, Jeff. Now elsewhere. We're told that it's the supply chain issues that are a problem as we try to Rio Comm Reopen Texas economists Ray Perelman says Well, yeah, we've got a shortage of semiconductor chips. When you see me conductors and just about everything we do these days, and so there's a red and there's no real increase in capacity taking place. Who produces those chips is the question No one seems to answer Texas Industries They've had to deal with this. Some of the supply chain disruptions took place because both couldn't get into the Gulf Coast ports for awhile because the pandemic and the storm played a role in that, too, So we have a few things going on here, but it's only because we make a lot of the stuff the rest the country uses. Yep. Everything from cars. Elektronik stew furniture, too. It's all being impacted. They tell us supply chain 5 35 vice president Kamila Harris gone 9 27 days now without a news conference that she was named as the point person Diz are for the border crisis. And it is just spiraling. Out of control. We have seen over 26,000 kids cross through illegally through between the ports of entry here in the Rio Grande, a sector alone so far this fiscal year. One sector of our long border Border Patrol agent Brian Hastings their Supreme Court now starting to hear arguments in a case that would decide if some 400,000 Immigrants. Who came as migrants, mainly from El Salvador 400,000 years ago. On got temporary protected status. Are they eligible to apply for green cards? Even if they came here illegally. Huh? This is all the doctor stuff coming back to harness. The jury in the direction of show Vin Trial continues deliberations. The closing arguments were yesterday. Defense attorney Eric Nelson, telling jurors that Derek Sheldon had no intent to purposefully use unlawful force, which they would need to decide to convict. I submit to you that the state has failed. To meet its burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt. The jury now Wayne verdicts on three charges in the death of George Floyd, 2nd and 3rd degree murder and second degree manslaughter for which the former officer has pled not guilty. That's Fox's Jeff Man. Also the judge, meantime, overseeing the show VIN trial, Peter Cahill. He called Maxine Waters, the congresswoman, encouraging violence if there's not a guilty, guilty, guilty verdict. He said. This could be grounds for actually overturning the case on appeal boxes. Tucker Carlson called Waters comments something else. Maxine Waters doesn't believe in the system, the one that she helps run, so she's demanding a first degree murder conviction. What is this called what's called jury intimidation. Yes, Witness tampering. Jury intimidation is all coming from the left Republicans the house or calling for waters to be censured. Others. You're calling for her impeachment for obstruction of justice. There was a push in Texas to increase the penalty for rioting here. State Senator Dawn Buckingham says the current rules don't go far enough to stop radicals from attacking law enforcement as they do in Austin and damaging property..
"brian hastings" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Be tough, but she also has an amazing heart Pence and Harris will be separated by plexiglass barriers in an auditorium where any guest who refuses to wear a face mask will be removed. Lisa. Thanks John and Appeals Court panel says the 2020 census can continue through the end of this month, but also that the deadline to turn in numbers is December 31st rejecting an extension, which could prompt another appeal. America is listening to Bach's means. It's 403. He's radio 1055. W E. R C. The Gulf Coast is bracing for the second major hurricane in recent weeks, Alabama EMA director Brian Hastings says. Now is the time to have a plan in place. It would be prudent for coastal Alabamians to prepare for the worst. Baldwin County EMA director Zachary Hood says people who take medication should get those prescriptions refilled today 1st 72 on you People don't understand what that means, if you are dependent upon insolent Have a way to keep the insolent cool. Not just for 24 48 but 72 hour. Forecasters say Delta has top sustained winds of around 100 Miles an hour after making landfall along Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Delta is extra strength once it enters the Gulf forecasters expecting landfall in Louisiana sometime on Friday. Storm Surge Watch has been issued for the Alabama coast. Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshaled extending the price gouging law. Now that a new state of emergency is in effect, a company is guilty of gouging. When it charges 25% or more above the normal cost of an item or service. A new storm shelter coming to the University of Alabama officials say it'll hold more than 800 people and withstand winds of 250 MPH. Hoover policeman and his wife find themselves.
"brian hastings" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Patriot, also reportedly tested positive for the lake would also won't practice today. America's listening to Fox News Good morning It's a tow three at Alabama's morning news with J T I'm Leah Brandon. As Hurricane Delta strengthens it. See Governor Kay Ivey Nail has ordered a mandatory evacuation of the Gulf Coast replies to all visitors and tourists in Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Often Island and Fort Morgan. Under normal circumstances, We would welcome out of state tourists and business and we look forward to welcoming you back when weather conditions are safe. The governor says The area needs to stay focused on the cleanup from Sally. Even as we make preparations for Hurricane Delta. Unfortunately, a large portion of Alabama remains in the cone of uncertainty is described by weather friends and regardless of way it makes landfall. The storm will likely bring strong winds and heavy ranged in on areas as well as the low lying areas along the coast. The governor urging Alabamians to stay weather aware I'm Jim parity in the mobile area. There are folks still cleaning up from Hurricane Sally tried, Aeolus says she is really concerned about flooding there. What you know it's become a little more aware of flood zones because we've never been in the flood zone until they redid the maps. And my house is literally the dividing line, the Alabama EMA director Brian Hastings says. Now is the time Make sure you have a plan in place. The prudent for Coastal Alabamians to prepare for the worst. Baldwin County M. A director Zachary Hood, says people who take medication should get those prescriptions refilled. People don't understand what that means..
"brian hastings" Discussed on 600 WREC
"First Fox News covers the world. I'm Chris Foster would still be a record number of pre pandemic, but fewer Americans air on unemployment, including 860,000 new claims last week, 10,000 higher than we were expecting, but down 24,000 from the week before, so that is positive that continuing claims down 12.6 million here. The expectation was down 13 million, so that's roughly the lowest that we've seen since April, which is a positive sign Fox business Networks Jackie DeAngelis. What was Hurricane Sally has left behind a lot of flooding, with more to come, and hundreds of people have been rescued in Florida and Alabama. At least one person's death in Orange Beach, Alabama, is blamed on Sally. There's also a woman missing Alabama power got a lot of the lights back on, but still at 125,000 customers without power. Sally is now a tropical depression and raining down over central Georgia. Fox's Evan Brown Americans listening to Fox News. Alabama power company, sending out another update on the power outages Mobile now down to 129,000, central Alabama, just 27,000 and 2600 Southeast Stadium. A director Brian Hastings, says the damage is greater than in past major hurricane. Things I've heard right now is that from the power companies They're already thinking that they're going to be more poles and lines having to be replaced, then in Katrina and Ivan Hurricane Stanley blamed for a death and Orange Beach. One male was killed on the Bay side of the city, one woman still missing and Alabama and Auburn both opening the 2020 season. Next Saturday. Alabama opens at Missouri Auburn hosting Kentucky in this week's coaches pulled the Crimson Tide moved from number three to number two and the Tigers move from 11 to 9. I'm Leah Brandon. And this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. Really? Thank you very much. I appreciate you joining us now. Bill Black from our sister station down along the coast of Mobile at chaos. J. Ah, Little update, Bill. Good morning. Well commanded. You heard Leah talking about it there? Yeah. What a mess. Sally has left in her path here. And what over 500,000 people along the coastal area there without power. So how is it there in mobile in the surrounding area? Well, I'm I'm one of those ones that do not have power. So I do have a brand new generator. However, I'm at my home right now. So you may hear the hum of generators behind me because I do have a lot of neighbors. Crank up the generators and we just went and told it could be 72 hours longer before we receive any power again. So we're you know, we're living a primitive life all over again, I guess. Wow. So the flooding is just seems to be the number one topic right now. Lots and lots of water because of this slow moving path of Sally. What's taking place as faras cleaning up and pumping water and keeping people out of the area where you are Well, there's a couple of things going on number one. If you can't residents on any of our island that was the Orange Beach, Gulf Shores or Dolphin Island. If you don't have a proof of residency, you're not allowed back on the islands. They are. Ah, just just flat out saying No, You can't come in our biggest issue. You know what it comes to public water doesn't do a lot of good. Knows we know it's gravity. All water flows from the North. So is the rains continue? And move forward to the north and northeast. They're just going to flow back down. This way. We expect massive flooding, really for the next week. We don't really see a change there. That's going to be an issue. Cleanup is a Powers of huge issue and so I tell you what? I haven't seen gas lines since probably Katrina like this. I mean the gas lines. I had to go get gas this morning, and it probably took me an hour to get to Ah, gas cans till it's just it's terrible. Wow. You know, we talked with Fred Hunter from heresy, Fox six, whether earlier this morning he's down there along the coast, and he described it. You know the water now the ocean the gulf looks like a lake right now. Amazing What a difference A day makes us Faras. The storm surges go, So that's all done. But, yeah, he mentioned just like you did. Nobody can come into these islands unless they can prove residency. They are allowing folks. From further north up here. Birmingham Montgomery Council Anybody that's got property in that direction in that area to head that direction if they want to, But so, you know, go ahead. I was going to say that. You know, you may ask why? Well, parts off, you know, Talk about not getting on the islands. The cities of gold shorts aren't beach just put out a statement late last night early this morning. That no vacationers will be allowed back on the island for the next 10 days. So it's going to be shut down the residents only for at least that long, and I really like the stance that law enforcement is making in Baldwin County Mobile County and in a Scampi County, Florida's well, they came on last night, and they said, Look We don't want you in these areas. They put out curfews. We had a curfew at my home. I live it's Spanish for right across mobile Bay. We had a seven PM till 6 a.m. curfew this morning and they said if we see you out about we're going to stop you and we're gonna ask you and we want answers as to why you're out because if you have no good answer. You're gonna get locked up. They're really, really looking for looters. And that's something that could certainly happened during this point in time because there are several thousands of people who do leave the area. When there's a storm and sow their their houses were left unattended. And if we don't have the curfews, there's really no telling what could happen. So I hid my hat to law enforcement. They have done a magnificent job. Trying to keep those many people as possible safe. Got to get your thoughts bill on leaving When Storm said, you know, there's always the warnings. There's always you know, the officials coming out before it had saying, Look, this is going to be bad. Now's the time to get out. Don't wait. Don't stay now. I know. First responders spoke to have to stay. If you're in the media to get the news out, that's you know, one job. You can't really leave you. No hospital workers. Law enforcement fire were those first responders got to stay, but Do you find that most people heed those warnings or do you agree with people saying screw it. I'm going to go ahead and battle through this and stay here. Well, here's the deal. If I weren't in the media, I would've had my family out..
"brian hastings" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Inject bleach. It's the same guy that said, You know, you want to keep her a case from getting to the United States. Why don't we drop a nuclear weapon on Sally's now? A tropical depression raining on Georgia, where there could be more flooding the day after it hit the Florida Alabama line is a hurricane, hundreds of people there and in Florida needed rescue America's listening to Fox knew. Good morning. It's a tow three at Alabama's morning news with J T I'm Leah Brandon. Governor Kay Ivey will hold a news conference today in Montgomery, talking about recovery logistics in the aftermath of the Storm Stadium, a director Brian Hastings, saying first responders from other parts of the state and the National Guard personnel have already been dispatched to those areas. Power and cellphone crews began working to restore service to hundreds of thousands of customers. Just hours after the storm's passed. Gulf Shores and Orange Beach will be closed for visitors for at least 10 days. Conditions still hazardous major flooding, extensive power outages, structural damage, beach erosion and fallen trees. Many roads are still closed or impassable. Erik Kristiansen was engulf shores when Sally hit He says he was worried about the storm, possibly spinning off tornadoes. A situation where you cannot see your hand in front of your face, you know, and all you can hear is every every sound you heard sounded more and more like That sound like a train is like a plane. That could be a tornado, You know, but you just didn't know. And that was the Part that you were so concerned about Hurricane Sally blamed for a death in Orange Beach. Authorities say the victim was killed on the Bay side of the city, which saw significant flooding and another woman is missing. There's a dramatic drop in new Corona virus cases at the University of Alabama positive test results now down a whopping 65%. Dr. Richard Friend is.
"brian hastings" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Joe Biden says If he's elected, he'd consider a national mask mandate to fight the Corona virus. And the Democratic nominee says he doesn't trust the President Donald Trump's own director, CDC told us that wearing a mask is a single most important step we can take to curb this virus. No vaccine is much more effective than the MASH and President Trump says CDC director Robert Renfield was confused and gave Congress inaccurate information, saying a vaccine would won't be widely available till next summer. The president says they have massive distribution ready so Soon as it is announced, will be able to start that'll be from mid October on it, maybe a little bit later than that. The attorney general has stirred up controversy. Talking about the shutdowns during the Corona crisis. Fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live Dave likening pandemic lockdowns to slavery, William Barr said most governors air defying common sense. This is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history. Speaking at Hillsdale College in Michigan Bar said, there's a way for businesses to operate safely during the pandemic. Tell us what tell the business people what the rules are. And then let them try to adapt their business to that barbecue, some governors of treating free citizens babies that I take responsibility for themselves or other Americans listening to you. Good morning. It's six. So three at Alabama's morning news with J T I'm Leah Brander Day. Ivy will hold a news conference today in Montgomery talking about recovery logistics in the aftermath of the Storm Stadium, a director Brian Hastings, saying first responders from other parts of the state and the National Guard personnel have already been dispatched to.
36 tornadoes confirmed in deadly Southeast outbreak
"News survey teams for the national weather service say they found at least thirty six tornados throughout Alabama, Georgia Florida and South Carolina from this past weekend. A powerful f four with winds of up to one hundred seventy miles an hour blamed for twenty three deaths in rural Lee county, Alabama and leaving a seventy mile path of destruction into Georgia Brian Hastings with Alabama emergency management areas and seeing the victims and survivors. Rake through their their belongings, and what's left of the their homes, and sorting through the pieces of the life that they'll put together in in
"brian hastings" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Sheriff's deputies say a suspect accused of assaulting a woman in salmon creek was found dead inside a home deputies were called to northeast tenth avenue in one forty nine th street last. Last night by a woman who says her boyfriend assaulted her as ws approach the home to contact the suspect gunshots from inside the swat team was called in when the enter the house. They found the suspect dead. His name has not been released. The Oregon legislature has reached a settlement with nine women who say they were sexually harassed at the state capital eleven Xs Bradford has more investigation into sexual harassment of the Oregon state capital started. When state Senator Sarah gals for accused Senator Jeff crews and sexual misconduct. Crews resigned his seat the Oregon bureau of labor and industries launched an investigation found several women had been harassed by a variety of people at the capital. It was determined to be a hostile work environment. Nine women are part of the one point one billion dollars settlement. The legislature is now considering bills to correct the problem. One Bill would create an equity office that would handle the complaints and sexual harassment training for everyone working at the capital is North Korea gearing up its long range missile program. Once again for an experts reportedly say, so it was Tom rivers reports from the foreign desk, South Korea's national intelligence. Services provided the assessment about the Tung Chung relaunch side to lawmakers during a private briefing. There's been no immediate response from the north a website. Specializing in North Korean studies sites commercial satellite imagery is indicating that efforts to rebuild some structures at the site started sometime after mid February US customs and border protection says children and families are crossing the southern border in record numbers border officials released new arrest data on Tuesday. Brian Hastings is the US border patrol chief of operations seventy percent of all those were resting or from the northern triangle, water Malla, all Salvador, Honduras agents, apprehended more than thirty six thousand families up more than three hundred percent over the same time period last year, CJ McCollum scored twenty seven points and Damian Lillard twenty four but the trailblazers fell one twenty to one eleven to the grizzlies in Memphis. The blazers will host Oklahoma City tomorrow night coverage of the game begins at five thirty with tip off at seven thirty. On the home of the blazers rip city sports radio six twenty. I'm Anna, Eriksson, NewsRadio eleven ninety. Watch.
"brian hastings" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The feds say the number of families crossing the border into the US has reached a record high KTAR's, Martha our takes a look at the Arizona, Mexico border, the US customs and border protection agency says it apprehended more than thirty six thousand families in February of those nearly fifty five hundred came through the Yuma. In Tucson sector's chief Brian Hastings with border patrol today. Seventy percent of all those were arresting or from the northern triangle, water Malla, El Salvador, Honduras statistics also show, so far this fiscal year since October more than twenty two thousand family units were apprehended at the Zona Mexico border. Martha our KTAR news. There's a big hearing about the border wall today on Capitol Hill homeland security secretary Nielsen we'll have to explain why her own agencies facts about border security don't match the president's reasons for declaring a border emergency department, saying the vast majority of drugs come through ports of entry the president suggesting he needs a border wall for drug. That come in. Elsewhere Nielsen must also testify under oath of the president. Or her own agency is telling the truth about the number of illegal border crossing. That's ABC's Andy Field. Vice president Pence used his speech to the national association of manufacturers in Phoenix yesterday to push for the border wall. He urged attendees to tell their senators to support President Trump's national emergency declaration every day. We don't secure our border. We allow the crisis to worsen more lives to be endangered on both sides of the border more drugs to flow into our country and more harm to come to American jobs and American workers while here in the valley, the vice president also met with governor Doug Ducey and visited a DA facility. Uber is not criminally responsible for the crash.
"brian hastings" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Prices at the border R Kelly pushback, I'm Elliot Francis. Border patrol a warning about what they say, maybe a crisis at the US Mexican border quick noble reports US customs and border protection. Officials say more than forty thousand parents and children were detained at the southern border last month the most apprehensions overall since two thousand seven border patrol chief of operations. Brian Hastings mortar troll has no reason to expect that this trend will decrease. In fact, we believe it will increase Commissioner. Kevin machelandon says the numbers are worrisome. This increased flow presents both a border security and humanitarian crisis Nakhalin says a new detention facility is being built in El Paso, Texas. But the growing number of families crossing the border is putting a strain on the government's ability to care for them. Clayton Neville down. Michael Cohen is returning to Capitol Hill for fourth day of testimony Wednesday as Democrats pursue those investigations into the Trump White House. You want to Al key figure in those investigations after turning on his former Boston cooperating with the special counsel. Former Trump attorney it's testifying in private again before the house intelligence committee or Kelly now pushing back against sexual abuse allegations in an exclusive interview with CBS this morning, the R and B singer says he's never had sex with underage girls or held anyone against their will use your common says, don't forget, the blocks. Forget how you feel about me hate me. If you want to love me if you want, but just use your common sense. How stupid when it be for me? So. Crazy pass and what I've been through. All right now, I just need last whole girls against a will chain them up in my basement..
"brian hastings" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Daria all our tensions high in Sacher names for a few minutes. Hopefully, the chambers can crowd out the city council reacting to the California attorney general heavier, Sarah, not pressing charges against the police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Stefan Clark last March nineteen year old poet Kayla. Osborne's spoke at the meeting hope and pray. That the black community at Sacramento, Stockton, San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Brooklyn. Does not forget about consequences car. A black man was unarmed at the time of the shooting. The Trump administration is not handing over documents to House Democrats willingly in-house counsel, telling House Democrats. It's not clear of congress has the right to look at security documents that cleared Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner for top secret documents Democrats now deciding their next step as well as working on a request for the president's tax returns that would be able to survive accord challenge ABC's Andy Field, a measles outbreak in several states prompted hearings on Capitol Hill. Refusal is one of the growing public health threats of our time if we continue to allow non medical exemptions to vaccination the rates of vaccine will continue to fall more outbreaks will undoubtedly follow pediatrician Dr Jonathan mock killers families crossing the southern border are on the rise ass majority are from Central America. According to chief Brian Hastings with the border patrol today. Seventy. Percent of all those were arresting are from the northern triangle, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Hastings said in February federal agents apprehended more than thirty six thousand families a three hundred percent increase over February twenty eighteen Mark Remillard, ABC news. It was another rough day for the markets. The Dow the NASDAQ Ilias NPR closing the negative. You're listening to ABC news..
"brian hastings" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And debris from many neighborhoods. Not just here in Salem. But throughout all of Lee county, Alabama areas still isolated in the wake of the storm today. Congressman Mike Rogers toured one of the hard hit areas along with Smith station. Mayor Bubba Copeland. It's horrible. When anybody loses their life story. Mike is for children. It just breaks my heart. The youngest victim just six years old. Customs officials are calling the situation at the southern US border unsustainable. Fox's Jessica Rosenthal. Has this live Liza's BP says it used to be seventy percent of those arrested were single Mexicans many of whom could simply be returned in February of two thousand nineteen. Family units and company children accounted for sixty five percent of all border patrol apprehensions, and they are from Central American countries and cannot simply be returned border chief Brian Hastings says they don't have the facilities for this kind of demographics change. Shut means we have apprehended and encountered more families and just five months and five days than last year's record total cvt Commissioner Kevin machelandon blames court rulings and asylum loopholes he says, if they know they know if they come with a child they will not be detained at the border. Lisa. Thanks. Jessica apologies and regrets. In a New York courtroom is three men, including a former Dita's executive get prison time for their role in a college basketball recruiting scandal. Prosecutors say hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes were used to influence star athletes choices of everything from schools to shoes and Taylor's the judge called sentences ranging from six months.
"brian hastings" Discussed on KOMO
"Rosa died in a shooting while responding to a fire at a retirement home investigators say a resident set the fire deliberately expecting to shoot at first responders in spokane heiser tells our news partner l y having not only the fire to contend with but active shooter is something that has not been part of our training at this point fire departments around the country have begun training to treat gunshot victims in mass casualty situations but this kind of medical assistance has never overlap with actual fire response training heiser says that may soon change corwin hake komo news seattle fire department says it finds itself cooperating more and more with police as both agencies face a range of calls they've never had to deal with in the path for seattle firefighter a day could consist of twenty to thirty calls ranging from medical emergencies and fires and homes are these and encampments into different wall volume is so high that they they need to be prepared to get on the next run in order to finish this run they need to be safe they need to get other unharmed any need need take care of the patient the level that we've come to expect firefighters say the threats and dangers have multiplied they've got their head on swivel looking around that's komo's jennifer sullivan and she was talking there with assistant chief brian hastings now in a policy change teams have six or more firefighters will now respond to emergency calls to areas near any homeless camps airbnb is positioning itself to hire people away from its competitors by opening new office space in downtown seattle two years ago airbnb i opened in seattle with an office in westlake tower now it has two floors at the eighth and.
"brian hastings" Discussed on KOMO
"Fire departments around the country reacting with alarm to the shooting death of a firefighter in long beach california now in our state changes could be coming to the way firefighters are trained here's komo's corwin hake the combination of active fire and active shooter was unthinkable when spokane battalion chief david heiser began his firefighting career twenty five years ago when i got hired on the job at never would have crossed my mind let yesterday long beach fire captain dave rosa died in a shooting while responding to a fire at a retirement home investigators say a resident set the fire deliberately expecting to shoot at first responders in spokane heiser tells our news partner k xl y having not only the fire to contend with but an active shooter is something that has not been part of our training at this point fire departments around the country have begun training to treat gunshot victims in mass casualty situations but this kind of medical assistance has never overlap with actual fire response training eiser says that may soon change corwin hake komo news on the issue of firefighter safety seattle firefighters respond to one hundred twenty thousand calls in a typical year and they see everything from medical emergencies to people in mental health crisis two fires in homeless encampments komo's jennifer sullivan was more on the changes they're seeing assistant chief brian hastings became a seattle firefighter in the nineteen eighties they're worth a tense the hazardous drug needles and he says you didn't have to constantly watch your back it's a delicate balance between maintaining your focus and keeping aware that you need to keep your options open that option hastings says is knowing when to call for police backup that call is something firefighters are now being asked to do more often we're trying to express their firefighters is it is better to conservatively call police then to wait and see if it can play out this supposed rivalry between police and firefighters no longer exists in seattle he's says that was so many people living on the streets and mental crisis the departments have to work closely together and in a policy change teams of six or more firefighters will now respond to emergency calls in areas of homeless shelters another trusted member of a youth sports organizations suspected of stealing thousands from the group allison miller is.
"brian hastings" Discussed on KOMO
"Homeless encampments komo's jennifer sullivan has more on the changes they're seeing assistant chief brian hastings became a seattle firefighter in the nineteen eighties they're worth the tents the hazardous drug needles and he says you didn't have to constantly watch your back delegate balance between maintaining your focus and keeping aware that you need to keep your options open that option hastings says is knowing when to call for police backup that call is something firefighters are now being asked to do more often we're trying to express the firefighters it is it is better to conservatively call police than to wait and see if you can play out this supposed rivalry between police and firefighters no longer exists in seattle heating says that was so many people living on the streets and had mental crisis the departments have to work closely together in a policy changed teams of six or more firefighters will respond to emergency calls in areas of homeless shelter slater today the trial will resume for two brothers charged in the deadly shooting at the notorious seattle homeless encampment known as the jungle the brothers were juvenile's at the time of the two thousand sixteen attack which left two people dead and three wounded they're being tried as adults on first degree murder charges and according to prosecutors the brothers went to the cap to collect on a five hundred dollar drug debt for their mother the king county council has adopted major changes to its discrimination and sexual harassment policies legislation was approved unanimously yesterday introduced by council member jeanne kohlwelles you'll be promoting our workers all of our employers wellbeing first and foremost making sure that we were safe inclusive and respectful workplace for everybody among the many changes the ordinance prohibits discrimination and.
"brian hastings" Discussed on KOMO
"For the two hundred firefighters attacking from the air while jumping on hot spots a dangerous game of whackamole near john mathis is home over the last night it sounds like one today at one point the fire cutting off the main road trapping residents looking to escape and that is will car reporting in seattle firefighters respond to one hundred twenty thousand calls your they see everything for medical emergencies people in mental crisis two fires in homeless camps komo's jennifer sullivan reports seattle's fire chief says their relationship with seattle police has become critical to call volumes gone up at the complexity of the calls has gone up tremendously wayne assistant chief brian hastings became a seattle firefighter in the nineteen eighties they're worth the tense the hazardous drug needles and he says you didn't have to constantly watch your back it's a delicate balance between maintaining your focus and keeping aware that you need to keep your options open that option hastings says is knowing when to call for police backup that call is something firefighters are now being asked to do more often channel fire department has just started a new policy that we'll stipulate how many firefighters will respond to a call to protect them from violence and underappreciated washington tin husky football star gets well deserved national attention komo's bill swartz is talking dawgs phil steele's popular end a thorough tated two thousand eighteen college football preview is due out on newsstands tuesday on the cover four of the best players in the country including washington husky recordsetting runner miles gaskin he's now the old man among the u dub bulk carriers but i mean it's always been a family and there's the big brother role but i think we just have a lot of fun and i mean i learned from savant john kamara just as much as i learned for me gaskin says he has something to prove after hearing he would only be a mid to low round nfl draft pick graduate to school with his long for no reason so that i thought i was better than what people were projecting it'd be absolutely honest i mean come back one more year in china john prove that miles gaskin and the huskies already in summer conditioning work mode with an eye on the two thousand eighteen season opener september first against auburn in atlanta bill swartz talking dawgs on the home of the huskies komo news to promote my new flower shop.
"brian hastings" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Support for this podcast in the following message comes from the ups store who knows small business owners don't get to take days off so of you need help with shipping this upcoming holiday they'll be open the ups store franchise locations are independently owned and operated services prices in hours may vary see sensors for details live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone nato is now a tropical storm the national hurricane center says the system is expected to weaken as it moves inland nate made landfall as a hurricane twice its second arrival near baloch see mississippi choi public radio's kyle gasset reports tornadoes have already touched down in some parts of alabama and power outages have happened in places were trees have been blown over taking electrical lines done with them the state's emergency management agency is monitoring the situation around the clock with personnel from both alabama and neighboring states brian hastings the agency's director says that albanians need to understand the storm's impact on the state i cannot stress enough hurricane nate is an alabama storm this is our storm in it's going to affect all of us it's not a coastal issue it's not a central issue it's from one end to the other storm surges our particular concern in areas around mobile where the potential height of a surge between six to nine feet for npr news i'm kyle gasset in montgomery the storm is expected to move across the south the tennessee valley and into the northeast in spain thousands opposed to a plan by the catalonia region to declare independence are marching through barcelona the demonstration follows a recent and banned independence referendum the bbc's gavin lee is there.
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"Support for this podcast in the following message comes from the ups store who knows small business owners don't get to take days off so of you need help with shipping this upcoming holiday they'll be open the ups store franchise locations are independently owned and operated services prices in hours may vary see sensors for details live from npr news in washington i'm luiz schiavone nate is now a tropical storm the national hurricane center says the system is expected to weaken as it moves inland nate made landfall as a hurricane twice it second arrival nearby luxy mississippi troy public radio's kyle gasset reports tornadoes have already touched down in some parts of alabama and power outages have happened in places were trees have been blown over taking electrical lines done with them the state's emergency management agency is monitoring the situation around the clock with personnel from both alabama and neighboring states brian hastings the agency's director says that albanians need to understand the storm's impact on the state i cannot stress enough hurricane nate is an alabama storm this is our storm in it's going to affect all of us it's not a coastal issue it's not a central issue it's from one end to the other storm surges our particular concern areas around mobile where the potential height of a surge between six to nine feet for npr news i'm kyle gasset in montgomery president trump says he's willing to cut a short term deal with congressional democrats to shore up the affordable care act but as npr scott horsely reports democrats are not impressed president trump says he telephoned democratic senate leader chuck schumer to explore a possible healthcare compromise after republican efforts to repeal the affordable care act repeatedly failed.