35 Burst results for "Brian Manley"

Police investigate shooting at Austin Black Lives Matter protest

NPR News Now

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Police investigate shooting at Austin Black Lives Matter protest

"Police in Austin Texas have released two individuals suspected of firing handguns, and a black lives matter protest in a facebook live video a car is. Is Heard Honking and a group of protesters when shots rang out for member station K. UT Danny Martinez reports, police say twenty eight year old Garrett foster was carrying an AK47 type assault rifle when he approached the driver's side window of a vehicle last night during a protest and was shot. Austin police chief Brian Manley others in the crowd began striking vehicle. Gun were fired inside the vehicle at Mr Foster. Chief Manley says it appears that foster may have pointed his weapon at the driver of the vehicle before being shot himself a second individual in the crowd than fired shots at the vehicle as it drove away, foster died from multiple gunshot wounds at a local hospital. Police are still investigating the incident

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CLEAT threatens lawsuit over police protective gear

Todd and Don

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

CLEAT threatens lawsuit over police protective gear

"The state's largest police union issues the threat of a lawsuit over protective gear thank you to director of the combined law enforcement association of Texas says make no mistake about it someone will be here and we'll be servicing with fox seven Charlie will cousins as there is a way to prevent that lawsuit give cops more protective gear and re authorize the use of certain crowd control devices that were done away with by the city council and APD chief Brian Manley not well thought out way to run the city not the way to run a police department however the Austin police union says it has been in talks with chief Manley about buying new equipment and the association is hopeful that will

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"On John Julia topping Austin's dues Hays county an area city leaders are instituting new covert nineteen orders including a requirement to wear a mask in public places like grocery stores the county judge says there are exemptions for others working out in pumping gas this football season because of covered nineteen year you'll be able to watch Friday night high school football live from home you I. L. executive director Charles bright up says this is short lived the agreement between two schools the broadcaster game either digitally or own a literary linear product would exist for just this year he says it'll be up to local school districts to negotiate a deal to broadcast the games in Austin city manager Spencer Cronk tells the public safety commission here's a planning on removing APD chief Brian Manley for now saying Manley is committed to making the necessary reforms your kale BJ radar weather watch low seventy four high eighty nine good Austin news on demand on newsradio kale B. J. dot call my hands were from the gateway to the west this.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Roofing the Austin city council hosting a meeting today on the protests and the situation within the Austin police department at least three hundred people have been signed up to speak during the public comment portion and tomorrow police chief Brian Manley will go before council where it's expected he'll be pressed on APD's use of right control tools on the protesters sixteen Travis county mayors recently requested twenty three million dollars of the county's sixty one million carers act funding he gave mayor Kerr king was among those mayors he says being a bridge to the hill country is very expensive and a one size fits all approach probably won't work it had been a challenges related to the impact of the nineteenth but may not be the same as other parts of the county but citing millions already available for rental assistance in the county and guidance provided by other counties the commissioners court has agreed to a seven point three million dollar allocation for those smaller municipalities as of this week another two hundred fifty thousand dollars in covert nineteen grant is up for grabs in buta for small businesses it comes after about four hundred thousand was doled out to more than seventy businesses recently there are limits to how these dollars can be used mayor George Johns as if you don't document every sense you might be flirting with trouble if it's not documented correctly all spending can be re called by the state and federal governments to save spending in all the wrong stuff you're going to have to pay us back as for eligible users were talking about salaries rent other operational costs just to name a few and an icon among Texas eateries going up for sale Luby's is immediately selling off all operations and retail assets to pay off debts and shareholders riding a three point eight million dollar loss for the second quarter no time frame for the sales yet been set and let's get a look at your news radio.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You thank you so much thanks she is a social justice activist she co directs the organization's southerners on new ground which helps advance LGBTQ and civil rights thank you very much all right I'll be safe out here you to be safe now to Texas where protests continue over the police killing of George Floyd in Houston the mayor and police chief are joining Floyd's family and tens of thousands of protesters in their March today an Austin police chief Brian Manley said he was crushed after his officers shot three people including a pregnant woman and a twenty year old black protester who is in critical condition after being shot in the head NPR's Wade Goodwyn joins us now with more from Dallas way thanks for joining us hello what the reactions of the police to these protests in Texas have really run the a gamut I mean from cooperation and support in Houston and fort worth to confrontation mass arrest in Dallas yeah it's been interesting to watch because the city's departments have not behaved as one might expect given their histories in Houston police chief art Acevedo is gone out of his way to show protesters that he views them as allies he goes to the protests he's repeatedly criticized president trump on TV and you know this is a significant change from historic from Houston you know historically and which is suffered from a reputation for law enforcement kicking blacks and Hispanics around without much if any because so it's it's it's been unusual all right so that's Houston but then moving to on to Austin and Dallas the police response of those cities has been very different right it has in Austin three people were shot by police over the weekend by what the Austin police department described as quote less lethal ammunition but there's a photo of a pregnant woman protester lying on the ground she's reportedly screaming My Baby My Baby that was posted to Twitter she and her unborn child she can be read be recovering but it's traumatized Austin and she was shot in the stomach with pellets and in Dallas protesters have been met repeatedly with tear gas and pepper and smoke and mass arrests and the African American police chief on the black mayor have been largely unapologetic about it here's a clip of police chief U. Renee hall from the weekend this police department will not tolerate rolled vandalism we will not tolerate tearing up our city why do you think that there is such a different approach particularly like the contrast between Dallas and Houston the chief of police in Dallas seems to see protesters as potential adversaries and therefore it's your job to thwart them you know she's referred to them as being cagey changing tactics people she needs to get Intel on Friday night protesters were surrounded and trapped in a downtown intersection and then tear gas the chief said it was because of vandalism but there were you know lots of protesters there so they were gassed without provocation lead toward a who's an organizer with the democratic socialists of America is one of them he was trapped in that street in gassed well it was chaos and you had people slain you had people wanting to get out of the area and could not you know this is a peaceful protest to demonstrate against a injustice in this country that.

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Yes right what you'll dominated by and then the president went on to tell the other governors you need to get tough you need to dominate some of you look weak get your National Guard in there and get control of your streets and this is a message that mayor Adler should take to heart it is okay you can support the protesters the peaceful protesters and denounce the violence at the same time you don't have to choose a side because the people who are looting are not the people who are wanting justice for George Floyd this act the act can I jump in March I can see how the police could be very confused about that the Ellen because you do have those good good citizens who just peacefully protest and what's going on our country intermix of them you had the rabble rousers all column who wanted violence you want a confrontation with the police and I think that's the limit the police are having because sometimes you cannot distinguish yeah where the where the where the people who want to do destruction are aware the good people may live down the block from you who have a conscious about that you're protesting that's a problem I think here is Austin police chief Brian Manley talking with my fox seven news Austin last night about some of the crimes were being committed around Austin several have been broken thank you windows actually I reporter you know they were secure and the APD says the number of people arrested is now thirty thirty total and that covers the weekend including last night five one two eight three six zero five ninety.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Chief Brian Manley says he's welcoming of this investigation the same way he would welcome any other when it comes to the allegations of racism though that rocked his apartment he says this investigation is of particular importance I think that's gonna be the focus of this report is to identify any areas where that may be impacting any of our operations whether it's training recruiting for any of our other operational issues has been criticized for the way he handled the allegations against former assistant chief Justin knew some more locations have been levied against a high ranking Austin police officer according to a new complaint filed with the Austin office a police oversight after former chief art Acevedo lower the recruiting standards by removing the college requirement assistant chief judge Jennifer's Stevenson allegedly said quote maybe now more of your people can get the job since college is no longer requirements and quote that complaint alleges she was referring to Hispanics animator school district kicks off a program today aiming to keep every student's belly full donations been collected from parents to be put toward what's called the lunch buddy accounts many students unable to pay for a hot meal we'll get one paid for by that account and it is now five thirty and get your look at Austin's on time traffic looks like we have a new record ported north on I thirty five right there at highway to ninety so watch out for that everything else so looks pretty good right now for your Friday morning commute was killed your news radio he'll be generate our weather watch a gusty breeze today with plenty of sunshine and a high of seventy two then clear and cooler low forty two tonight from the weather center I'm head there's air warmer this morning fifty nine degrees right now in Hutto and I'm Patrick Osborne you get Austin news on demand at newsradio kill the jet dot com Hey when asked about your water has a taste does it reek of chlorine that's kind of a common thing here in Austin and you get that hard water that lime scale they can be tough on your expensive appliances you're fixtures or do what I did I'm glad I did this pelican water systems came to my home they analyze my water high tech stuff don't know how they do it but it works in nations sure exactly what is in your home's water they can install a new pelicans smart Kamel for you as well just in time for the holidays this way you could have guaranteed cleaner safer better than bottled.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Us can update you want my help police are gonna deal with the homeless issue the police chief Brian Manley's has some new guidelines this morning on you know how to deal with those homes that may be sleeping on a sidewalk maybe blocking a business and then maybe blocking traffic pedestrian traffic or access to someone who's in a wheelchair yes got a plan in place now how to deal with those situations all the result of the mayor rolling back the homeless ordinances thank you mayor and yesterday we we invest another almost a million dollars into what ending chronic homelessness with some housing subsidies meeting paying rent that sort of thing for folks but also pumping about seven hundred thousand dollars into this at this program where we pay the homeless folks fifteen Bucks an hour to clean up trash around town I have four oh one K. Jane this is on the tie to don show good morning James matching Hey. good morning yes what's on your mind I think it's good that the almost from taking out the trash right but they're getting paid fifteen dollars an hour be paid minimum wage. but also very good. I mean jail and people on probation. Hey give me good should also be out there picking up trash I mean I used to be a policy. yeah yeah a lot of it makes their several programs in the area with Austin police several log you know legislative branches you know the municipal courts you know some people love pay off other debts to society with us some community service picking up trash you see him on the highway yeah yeah I don't want to see more of them on the highway police I'm not seeing enough of them on the highway now I did hear there was a a message that went out on on on the next door app apparently they don't southwest parkway finally there's gonna be some trash pick up out there I've been screaming about that for for a long time now and apparently they're gonna be block and some lanes and city crews are gonna be out there doing it so thank you I hope I'm somewhat responsible for that I think you are a whole bunch scream loud enough Eric on the tide of done show good morning script good morning hi Hey this is so laughable man like I can't believe that the city has now become a homeless employment agency okay cast to people with no social no no driver's license they just handed out cash we've now created a chance where people with jobs you get a part time job tax free and I think that these the homeless people. for one I think downtown when I go. we'll have some serious mental problems. and I don't think that I'm just I'm just being real. surely will maintain their health. yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah there's that they are they they come in all shades of gray when it comes to the homeless issue some of chronic mental health issues I know exactly what you're talking about they need a doctor they need medication there are and and to say that they do not of them have a a driver's license or social security I don't I don't think that's a higher percent accurate many of them do but but yeah you say this program is not going to work which is a pretty interesting. yeah I am putting almost a work sounds like what they actually need is is a job and start sustaining themselves the question is what what what happens once they have that money in their pocket what what kind of your business. I did not pay the money so yeah they did the service they they provided a service you you hired them you pay them you pay and what they did for the service and what they do with their money is not your business right it's really not and in your your apps and if they go buy some K. to win and smoke it up and blow their mind away yes okay that's their choice right I hate that I hate that that's a possibility that's what everybody's thinking yes going to go out and drink it up yeah yes I guess that's possible that is that is a concern that is concerned but but my my hope is that it is a you know fifteen Bucks an hour I mean that's for a lot of people that's a really good wage and I hope that this is a Kickstarter for for all the spoke to Kickstarter to get him to the next level there's a story in the news this morning it in involves a town hall meeting with Alexandria Cortez AOC of missed her and it was you know what climate change kind of town hall meeting she had many people are standing up and asking questions and and this is just an example of how extreme some of these climate changers how radical they are yeah there's no land how she pretty much agrees with them and kind of fuels this kind of conversation this is a woman who stood up and and and she's serious about show you know Hey time's running out we've only got months left on this planet time's running out it's time to start to reducing the population of the planet..

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"brian manley" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

Real Estate Disruptors

09:21 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"I think that the other thing was that remember that I call had been there since two thousand and three yeah so I'm going okay well if I can say it's a four hour drive away. Why can they do something soir flight away uh-huh same same and that was really it but it was this dumb accident? There really just said okay well. Let's figure out how to do this somewhere else so you're intending to go to Riley because you've had your ribs there yeah so let's talk about you know if you want to expand to another market will what were the first thinks he did when you went to Raleigh so one thing I knew it had good job market right I knew had law schools hodge population. I knew it was growing. You know similar with Charlotte Senator Banking you know high earners moving their housing shortage so looked at some of those opportunities and even though as far as the pickups local publications like you know Business Journal Rally Business Journal Charlotte to kind of find out what businesses are doing there as well so we look at population data. We'll look at housing data sales. Today's market partners not you you know it was my idea might be of some of that but most of that you like the business journal that kind of stuff but it was really just kind of sitting down and go hey. This is what we need to do to figure out now. Let's do another market. Why do you WanNa do that? Why we did it once and economy? The idea was to be able to insult kind of spread on an ice insulate yourself against market it changes where if it gets real blue one one area okay well spread on the ice fall through because I'm not concentrating on one area so it was just really looking at that date and even like one of the city's military Sinoe. There's always going to be a strong poll for you know there's going to be everywhere. They're going to be buying hold investors and they don't know how to find properties so oh it was really just looking at the makeup cities looking at education system and looking at is their growth and that's kind of how it happened some of them one of them. It's kind of a small town that deals just kept popping up because I think it just kind of secondary tertiary markets one of the majors and it turned out to be a really sweet market just because it was close to another one so Kana what we do for virtual is looked at okay. Let's not necessarily go on and particularly with how we market. Some of the secondary markets became a lot more attractive than the primary larger ones just be based on competition uh-huh and what I was willing to spin deals there so you did the research figuring out where you want to be. What was the first thing you did to legion pay per click? That's that's up until probably about six months ago. We were ninety five percent paper. Click yeah and just reason. May I mean we didn't really have the manpower to take a bunch of calls coming in. We were still flipping. A you know still don't quite a bit of flipping and so just stretch it was like it so much easier if people were calling in and they're already motivated and so it was just pay per click okay so sounds like you then right so you're paying for guys that don't know paper. Click you WANNA explain paper. Click is yeah absolutely so google and you go on Google and you say hey diet food for my fat. Cat You know the stuff that comes up. You know that ad you click you know for Diet cat food paper. Click Click it in a cost somebody money yeah so. It's a a bidding process. You know it's you know are you at the top of the page or at the bottom of the page and most people don't really pay attention that unrealized whenever you do a google search the top three or four positions are ads the bottom three or four positions are ads so you know a lot of times what people do is they try to make sure obviously they want to be on the first page because ninety four percents and traffic never leaves page one but it cost and if other people are also involved Asian that same strategy they cost goes way up but it was just a function of not really knowing how to do some of the other things and not really having the manpower to do that. We continue to do that out there. So then you go you got the C. That's that's the way you get people in two things right. Who's doing your paper Click Management WHO's handling the website so I was doing it at first and then a hired a company to have you know to be hands off to buy more time because I didn't like managing it and the my idea was I spent a lot of time I'm kind of a nerd and things and so I learned how to do that. It's been long days learning but I didn't want to be managing it and so a hired a company that was naive to really the the real estate space could probably sell skateboards like nobody's business but they didn't relish then espace. My thinking was well just got into this of what I understand what they understand and al-Qaeda guide them what they should be doing and they do the legwork and so did that for probably about six or eight months and I just kept catching things that I thought they should catch so now so they WanNa away they gottfried released. Is that what you said like and also I manage it now so and have been so outside of that small period I managed super-quick Okay and who's managing the WHO's handling the websites carrot carrot carrot websites care and then someone goes they do search by by my house fast Raleigh and they go your site and then they register what happens there so then the lead comes in and if it's and there's a site free city lead comes into the lead manager so goes in both the mailbox and then it populates in our crm which is polio and we have the investor refused we still original invest refused to the Onepointoh the overlaid it comes and goes to lead manager she calls and qualifies and so our lead manager actually does she's got. She's got pretty fair amount of training on cops too so she can eyeball things and so what she'll do now she rate okay so the thirty day hot or is it a warm you know thirty to nine thirty six day or is it cold but also rate preliminarily is an A. as Beers at a sea bass on opportunity because what was happening. Is You get a bunch of hearts and the ones that are trash leads. You don't know that when you look at initially it's they're all hot not so now before anybody comes to her. She saw myself acquisition manager. Okay so you have to call in this and then how you guys closing a right because there's two different schools thought and your your virtual right there there is the closer over the phone or this person and you're since you're on the other side of the country yeah. What are you guys do? It's everything's over leaving the stuff here over the phone contact us and again you know it's kind of the template was laid out by that first one. Is that okay. Everything was done over the phone so everything's still done over the phone. I think only only an instance where someone absolutely demanded to have a person what concerned about that if North Carolina a couple of people we can send but they're not acquisitions. They're not trained. They're just basically having realtors going in parenting points that you want to do and just give them something comfortable meticulous. We have one lady. She wanted to go and she wouldn't sign anything until she could be in front of a person we started offering. We're using the close she just wanted to be in an in building four four four walls and roof so we sent her there but almost almost everything is I would say ninety five percent ninety eight percent is over the phone all right so you're close them over the phone. Yeah then you guys have moved to the ground for someone someone to me. Are you guys close inappropriate out ever look goings. Sometimes after numbers are really good but a lot of if you're signing what we'll do. We'll get somebody we always have those the people who call us and what we do we have them send us pictures of the Prophet themselves right. It's not just that we can see what it looks like. It's also been is. It's a gauge of commitment it. It's a how invested are you know. If you lift thirty minutes away and you drive. You're taking pictures. It's a gauge motivation. You're really motivated. Get away from this because you're driving in rush hour thirty minutes. Go take take pictures yeah so we sent him a text which pictures we're looking for they send them back and at that point we okay if we may buy it and close on it then we'll send out our guy that we've got this kind of in the eastern part of the Carolinas what happened to look at it but we also did one MT Holly some stuff out in Charlotte where we didn't have anybody and it was just took a look at pictures. We're looking at the foundation. We're looking at you know the the big ticket items you know jeff plumbing issues electrical stuff like that and then put it under contract and it's on it. There's an out if there's something major but I always let people know hey listen. If we find something we have to come back and in renegotiating this you can walk away from the contract. You don't lock you in. If there's the number I told you in the number that we're going to do uh-huh you've got all opportunity. World is out walkway but I'M GONNA explain it to you why we have to readjust all right so there's a lot of education it goes onto that okay so and he hasn't in Carolina you guys are in Terni state yeah but being a US on all be at the table now no we've never we've never gone there by what was necessarily necessarily you to somebody representing. You know anybody okay so so that's wholesaling yeah Is that the only market so you guys are back at Phoenix new virtually now you guys are in Phoenix is are those the two markets that you guys are yeah so the Carolinas each one of those cities there's different sort of sticks and so there's just just dabbling Kinda like in the Winston Salem all that stuff but Charlotte Raleigh Rocky Mount which is outside of Raleigh Fayetteville dabble a little bit in South Carolina and Mississippi and we've got a few other markets that we're looking at. We're just doing the research phase right now yeah but probably in the next week and we've we're pretty far along in that determine its just forgot which one of the two we've kind of got it down to where we're going to go into and then one of 'em here. We're looking at doing some stuff down to coming back here okay. We don't want to be spread because one of the mistakes mistakes we did is tackled a bunch of met once before fully understood all of them and that's I had the first flop. It was hell house like let's not do that again right so okay..

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And I'm Patrick Osborne. You can get Austin news on demand at newsradiokkob J dot com. This is dawn. You're listening to the best of town. Don right now. Now, we're going to be live at five thirty. So you don't go anywhere. And we'll be on all the way till ten. Thanks for tuning in. You're listening to the best of Todd and dawn on NewsRadio KLBJ one of our viral videos this morning. Some dash Cam video that was circulated in cyberspace over the weekend on Facebook on Twitter of this walls. Dash Cam video of citizens driving through that three sixty area where domestic disputes led to a guy pulling a gun and grabbing a woman, and it appears to be some sort of argument between a married couple on the three sixty bridge there. Yeah. In the end Austin police shot him dead in the bushes. Not too far from where there was some incredible traffic seen on the three sixty bridge bridge. Yeah. Loss to police chief Brian Manley. He held a press conference in front of the scene describing the events that led to the death of a Forty-five year old man and forty four year old Hispanic female. She was injured in in all of this. And according to Manley, the preliminary investigation points to some sort of disturbance in the vehicle of this Mary couple Manley says initial call came in about five eleven on the fifty two hundred block of loop three sixty as a crash and during that press conference, he ran through a time line of how all this transpired the initial call came in at five eleven PM in the fifty two hundred block of three sixty directly behind us. A caller reported that there was a crash involving motor vehicles..

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Drop the weapon, and there are more than one voice coming out of nothing. There is there's multiple comments coming from the suspect in the woods about having a gun and about shooting at the officers the officers can then be seen on their body worn cameras firing their weapons. And again giving commands to the suspect that suspect again was transported to the hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. That's chief Brian Manley. Giving us the update yesterday afternoon. Absolute craziness absolute, it would have been very very surreal to be watching. All this. Go down seem that guy. Driving the wrong way down three six. Yeah. Exactly hitting head on grabbing that woman out of the car holding her down. And then the other good Samaritans coming to her rescue in him taking off run. And I mean a lot of people on a pretty day like yesterday or are driving up and down three sixty just to to enjoy the beautiful weather in the beautiful scenery through there. It's one of the most beautiful spots in Austin. And then to see all of this just suddenly going down my God a movie. Yeah. Exactly. I'm sure for a lot of people. It was really hard to determine exactly they were seeing. And this is my sing what I think I'm all right jumping here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety we're gonna play Trump tweets Patrick is back from his honeymoon. Act refresh refresh married and Mel married and all maybe miserable. She got married. He's put on ten pounds has. It's amazing pass. That happens lost all of his hair. It's only been a credible just gone to pot age fifteen years. Plus, it's hard if you would like to play Trump tweets, you know, what? Number to call. We've got some amazing prizes. Believe this what we're going to give away. I it's going to be shocked. Yeah. Yeah. An Email asking me to ask you stop talking to say the word luxuriance, luxurious luxury. I don't know why they asked me to say because probably slurred it probably civilly zero or something like that. Luxurious? Sometimes I can be a lazy speaker. My wife is accused me of being a lazy speaker, which it only makes sense then I get into radio. Of course, I can't pronounce words. Well, you should get into radio..

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And a flash topping Austin's news. It was a particularly violent weekend in Austin with five reported shootings over Saturday and Sunday one involving four police officers who traded gunfire with a man at seven street nine thirty five she Brian Manley says that shooting stemmed from a minor crash with another car in which one driver shot at another man and things only escalated when police arrive this suspect at this point fires at the officers are officers returned fire as the suspect was getting in the vehicle, and then both of those vehicles fled the scene, only, compounding matters. One of those cars Maserati has been found in east Austin with a dead man inside police say that man matches the description of one of the people involved another one of the shootings occurred on sixth street on Saturday night right in the thick of the final weekend of south by southwest. Police say someone fired into a crowd near San Jacinto Austin police association. President Ken Cassidy tells caveats possible that it was gang related anytime southwest coming to town brings a lot of other folks. We're probably wish would not come to town when it comes to violent crime trends cast day says it seems clear to him the city's headed in the wrong direction chief Manley says he will meet with staff this week to find new solutions for protecting Austin's entertainment district south by south west is tapped out for another year. But what's being called the cannabis continues to generate conversation one conversation concerned states rice to determine whether or not they want in on the flourishing cannabis business. Former house speaker John bainer used to oppose it. But now he says it's time for the federalize that a majority of Americans clearly want this to happen. Is purposefully. And they're not getting no..

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Now this is Fox News. Good morning. Patrick osborne. This news brought to you by apple leasing topping Austin's news one five weekend shootings has left four. Austin police. Officers on administrative leave police say this situation unfolded at seventh street night, thirty five after two cars at crashed prompting a fight in which chief Brian Manley. Says one driver shot at the other and that force responding officers to open fire as well. As everyone is running away, the brave men and women of the Austin police department ran towards that gunfire. In fact, putting themselves directly in the line of fire in an attempt to put a stop to this threat. One pedestrian was hit by a stray bullet those cars fled the scene. Police have since found one of them though, Maserati where the dead man inside police believe he was the one who was shot by the other driver following that altercation. So with the several shootings around downtown changes are coming to police tactics. Austin police chief Brian Manley says a weekend of gun violence around the downtown entertainment district will not become the norm for that area. I will be meeting with leaders in the department this week and others to ensure that. We have additional officers in the entertainment district. Manley says it's critical that people are able to go to the entertainment district and not be threatened. And he will take steps to make sure that happens Robert Wood, NewsRadio KLBJ photos gone somewhat viral from the weekend showing a pile of Dhaka's scooters behind a barricade on sixth street, this massive stack standing several feet high. Police say they were all confiscated from people writing them pedestrian only owns and while humorous too many. But also illustrate some of the issues the city's up against as it tries to draft an ordinance governing the use of those scooters some realtors seeing a shift in the Austin round rock hall market. John Crowe the Austin board of realtors says a few years ago of a house came up in a popular market. People would jump today what we're seeing is better pricing. So people aren't just on a number of watching it stick. It's not the right price. If it's something the market is not wanting to absorb it's gonna sit there for a while. And even then well priced homes, you might see one or two offers. You're not necessarily seeing a dozen says the market still growing just not as fast as in previous years. And if you're used to cruise down S H one thirty at eighty five miles. Per hour. Dooby warned you'll have to slow it down for a while Tex dot widens the road.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Robert wood. That was all of a sudden found with the body of a man inside the body is that of an African American male in his twenties are still looking for the other people were inside that vehicle and looking for the other vehicle involved in the incident, a dark colored Monte-Carlo SS with racing stripes. Brian Manley says a shot was fired from the Monte Carlo. But a man in the Maserati went back to get his gun. Then started firing on officers is they approached this was playing out in a very crowded intersection. There were many people that were in the parking lots of convenience north round rock city council's approved new fees for developers beginning in twenty twenty one one time fee, you'll be charged for all new developments that money being put towards infrastructure. Transportation. Officials are mulling over a new evacuation. Route for Steiner ranch in northwest. Travis county KLBJ radar weather, watch forty-three overnight. I'm Robert would get news on demand and NewsRadio KLBJ dot com. Good evening, everyone. You're in the right place at the right time this post to coast AM blasting out of the Mojave desert. I guess you're Rocco. Blazing across the land slamming into your radio like a supercharged neno particle unobtainable readings from the boldest body most outrageous city in the world. Planetary capital of sun Bunsen sex and secrets why not so humble hometown bus Vegas, Nevada. My name is George Napper. Occasional host designated driver of the airwaves and moderator up. Tonight's upcoming.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Brought to you by Online Trading Academy. Newsradio KLBJ. I'm Robert Wood topping Austin's news. The Maserati that was part of an officer involved shooting has been found with the body of a man inside the body is that of an African American male in his twenties. Police are still looking for the other people were inside that vehicle and looking for the other regal involved in the incident a dark colored Monte-Carlo SS with racing stripes. Brian Manley says a shot was fired from the Monte Carlo. But a man in the Maserati went back to get his gun then started firing on officers as they approached. This was playing out in a very crowded intersection. There were many people that were in the parking lots of convenience stores, the round rock city council's approved new fees for developers beginning in twenty twenty one one time fee, you'll be charged for all new developments that money being put towards infrastructure. Transportation officials are mulling over a new evacuation. Route for Steiner ranch in northwest. Travis county BJ radar weather, watch forty-three overnight. I'm. Robert would get news on demand at newsradiokkob dot com. From premiere networks. This is an encore presentation of coast to coast AM and the best of George Noory, all as we continue this.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A service of j com. Roofing to Austin police officers have been placed on paid leave after shooting an armed man this morning in southeast. Austin officers were searching for the man after he slipped away during a traffic. Stop and chief Brian Manley. Says body camera footage shows officers trying to convince him to give himself up peacefully to de-escalate to calm. The situation to tell the subject put the weapon down and things didn't have to end this way. There was a lot of work done to try and deescalate the situation. Manley says the man then raises arms and threatened to officers forcing them to shoot the still unidentified man later died at the hospital, Austrian city council member Greg casare wants others on the dice to pick a bigger interest in housing and planning the neighborhood housing and community development. Eric leak says they will soon be discussing specific levels of affordable housing per council district. This can be helpful in terms of setting a benchmark for the city. And also making sure that affordable housing is geographically dispersed across the city. Austin police association says there is a war on the streets against police officers and Austin police union president can cast says he believes that war is evident Massine this week with the shooting of four cops in Houston. You have these activists groups that are out there saying that works viciously murdering innocent people the country, the facts are that were not any feels the problem of violent rhetoric against police is even permeated the very fabric of Austin's, local governments. Thanks city council members, and even the mayor of helped fuel the flames of anti-cop sentiment and that he says is what's leading to police officers, quote, dropping like flies across the nation. Patrick osborne. Newsradio KLBJ.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Of an audit from the department of public safety, Joe Austin police closed more than two dozen sexual assault cases incorrectly. In two thousand seventeen chief Brian Manley requested the audit amid allegations from several women at APD and the DA's office have not been taking these cases seriously. It's more important to make to to get it right than to claim that you are right. So bringing in an outside entity allows us to have a different set of is mainly expects to get the full results in a couple of weeks that will give more details about each of those cases and Manley also says he'll be focused on the mental health of those people working for APD. Probably Manley says the mental health and wellness of his department is a prime concern. We'll be working with various committees to see how to best help. This is a very demanding career. We asked a lot of our officers and the information is readily avail. Of it shows the difficulties that officers encounter in a personal lives a much higher rate than the average population. Mentally says cops suffering a higher rate of alcohol. Use divorce in suicide knee wants APD to have systems in place for those who need it. John cooney. Newsradio KLBJ is leads the nation in uninsured people. In one issue is the so-called, Medicaid gap. That's when people make too much money to qualify for that welfare program. A Bill has been filed it would expand Medicaid eligibility to close some of that, gap and Dunkelberg is with the center for public policy priorities, four point eight million uninsured Texan, and probably a third of those are adult it might be able to get coverage. If we did the Medicaid expansion. She says expanding that welfare program would allow more working poor access to doctors capital metro missed. It's New Year's day deadline to have an automatic override system installed. It's designed to prevent crashes.

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"brian manley" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Hurricanes to midterm elections. Americans were paying attention done folding stories this hour, we take you back to some of the big stories of the year. One was in March it developed over many weeks. The city of Austin was gripped by a serial bomber over eighteen days, mainly package bombs exploding around the city killing two victims and injuring more. And then a dramatic takedown as police found their man and one final bomb blast. We take you back now to March as the Austin bombing case unfolded voice in Austin, Texas, believe deadly package bomb that killed a teenage boy this morning may be linked to another attack just weeks ago. There's been another explosion in Austin, Texas, this time officials say two elderly women are injured. It comes hours after a separate blasts this morning a package bomb killed a teenage. Boy, this is now the third explosion in Austin. I was on March second then to today. It's unclear right now how they're connected the ATF is on scene. Texas governor's office offering up to fifteen thousand dollars reward for information producing the arrest of those behind a deadly series of package bombings in Austin to today. One earlier this month. Austin police chief Brian Manley, telling ABC there are specific things they have seen that make them believe all three of the packages were constructed by the same suspect or suspects. They do have a certain level of skill to be able to construct a device like this. And then deliver that device to your target without having it explode either during construction or during delivery this update in the past hour and the recent sometimes deadly Texas package bomb explosions. We believe that the recent explosive incidents that have occurred in the city of Austin were meant to send a message Charleston police chief Brian Manley has this message for the person whom they believe hand delivers the explosive packages to people's doorsteps contact police these events in Austin have garnered worldwide attention, and we assure you that we are listening. The Austin police chief has this message for everyone else. Reward money for info leading to an arrest is increased one hundred thousand dollar reward is in addition to the war. The governor has put out a fifteen thousand dollars that is a separate reward. Austin police chief Brian Manley directly addressing the bomber who was killed two people and injured two others. So far urging that person to reach out and talk we want to understand what brought you to this point. And we wanna listen to you the weekend ends with another blast in the Texas capitol the fourth so.

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"brian manley" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"brian manley" Discussed on KOMO

"Hurricanes to midterm elections. Americans were paying attention unfolding stories this hour, we take you back to some of the biggest stories of the year. One was in March you developed over many weeks. The city of Austin was gripped by a serial bomber over eighteen days, mainly package bombs exploding around the city killing two victims and injuring more. And then a dramatic takedown police found their man and one final bomb blast. We take you back now to March as the Austin bombing case unfolded police in Austin, Texas believe a deadly package bomb that killed a teenage boy this morning may be linked to another attack just weeks ago bit another explosion in Austin, Texas, this time officials say two elderly women are injured. It comes hours after a separate blast this morning a package bomb killed a teenage boy this is now the third explosion in Austin. The I was on March second then to today. It's unclear right now how they're connected the ATF is on scene. The Texas governor's office offering up to fifteen thousand dollars reward for information producing the arrest of those behind a deadly series of package bombings in Austin to today. One earlier this month. Austin police chief Brian Manley, telling ABC there are specific things they have seen that make them believe all three of the packages were constructed by the same suspect or suspects. They do have a certain level of skill to be able to construct a device like this. And then deliver that device to your target without having it explode either during construction or during delivery this update in the past hour in the recent sometimes deadly Texas package bomb explosions. We believe that the recent explosive incidents that have occurred in the city of Austin were meant to send a message. Austin police chief Brian Manley has this message for the person whom they believe hand delivers the explosive packages to people's doorsteps contact police these events in Austin have garnered worldwide attention, and we assure you that we are listening. The Austin police chief has this message for everyone else. Reward money for info leading to an arrest is increased one hundred thousand dollar reward is in addition to the war. The governor has put out a fifteen thousand dollars that is a separate reward. Austin police chief Brian Manley directly addressing the bomber who was killed two people and injured two others. So far urging that person to reach out and talk we want to understand what brought you to this point. And we wanna listen to you the weekend ends with another blast in the Texas capital. The fourth so.

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Brad Tucker, Partner and Texas discussed on First Morning News

First Morning News

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Brad Tucker, Partner and Texas discussed on First Morning News

"Coming up in ten minutes on seven ten w o r almost after five o'clock we'll check that weather in just a moment of chinese space station has come crashing down to earth falling over a thinly populated area of the south pacific astrophysicist brad tucker says about ninety percent of it burned up on reentry so we're still talking about hundreds kilograms worth the debris landing in the ocean and landing on the earth over a thousand square kilometer pat station entered the atmosphere at seventeen thousand miles an hour caused some concern over the weekend experts admitting they had no idea where would crash but it all fell in the water to new york city cops help deliver a baby on easter officer vincent ching and his partner responded to a parked car on east ninety second street and first avenue they were waved down by the woman's husband where the first one that responsive safe and it was very uplifting as police officers we'd all we don't normally you know handle these kinds of situations and it feels great to help directly bring a new life into this world yeah that's good news mom and baby are doing well now sad news this morning the last of the victims from a series of bombings in austin texas last month has been laid to rest let's get the latest on that and correspondent jim ryan in central texas seventeen year old trailing mason was considered a prodigy who performed and composed music and he was one of four people killed by bombs built and placed by twentythreeyearold mark conduct in a crime spree that police chief brian manley initially said did not meet the formal definition of domestic terrorism we look specifically to the ideological reasons that still does not exist but now after looking at how the community was affected manley says he's comfortable in calling condit a terrorist jim ryan abc news in central texas now five fourteen here on this monday morning gotta deal with snow let's get the details from meteorologist ray stagich at the weather channel ray winter weather advisory on this monday morning april second snow coming in at a quick burst of snow moderate snow.

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1 man dead, 2 officers injured in Austin barricade shooting

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:29 min | 4 years ago

1 man dead, 2 officers injured in Austin barricade shooting

"American family of four died while on vacation in mexico abc's andy robak reports fortyoneyearold kevin sharp and his wife amy surprising their children twelve year old sterling and sevenyearold adriana with a trip to mexico earlier this month but when in the iowa family didn't make their return flight home to saint louis wednesday their loved ones knew something was wrong my mother lost her youngest daughter and she's like all of us got the support of everybody rallying around us mexican authorities finding the family of four dead inside that condo friday they say due to his stick by inhalation of toxic gases the attorney general saying there were no signs of violence nor evidence to suggest disturbances inside the room when they found them both kids look were watching tv and the parents are in the dead watching tv so there was no foul play photo showing firefighters nfl team scouring the condo saturday inspecting the gas installation for any leaks mexican authorities saying it will take about ten days to determine the type of toxic fumes that caused their deaths despite travel warnings from the us state department due to its level of crime mexico still remains one of the top five spring break destinations for americans the sharp family found the condo through vacation home rental company vr b o who says they have since removed the property from its site travel experts warn the safety standards for home rentals are far different than hotels abc's amy robot reporting the city of austin still shaking off the jitters caused by a serial bomber they have another police related incident to deal with today with abc's jim ryan the police had been called to a duplex in the southwest part of austin to check on a shots fired call just before midnight police chief brian manley says as the officers were leaving shots were fired from inside the residence and one of our officers were struck by that gunfire a standoff began involving a gunman and a woman held against her will when the man stepped out the front door still armed he was shot and killed the officer with a gunshot wound to the right arm is expected recover as a second officer who was hurt jumping over a fence jim ryan abc news dallas komo news time nine fifty now your komo propel insurance money update here's jennifer kushinka emma walmsley the first woman to run a major pharmaceutical company is making sweeping changes at glaxosmithkline replacing nearly half.

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Trump announces new tariffs on China, asks for reduced trade deficit — live updates

Mike Gallagher

01:50 min | 4 years ago

Trump announces new tariffs on China, asks for reduced trade deficit — live updates

"The white house says president trump will sign the bill that boosts military spending but does not include all the funding he sought for his promised border wall just benefits go at the white house the president also imposing new tariffs on china i've been speaking with the highest chinese representatives including the president and i've asked them to reduce the trade deficit immediately by one hundred billion dollars the president is shaking up his legal team we get more of that from white house correspondent greg clugston john doubt is resigning as the president's lead lawyer in the russia investigation in a statement dowd said he loves the president and wishes him well dad's departure comes just a few days after the president added former us attorney joe digenova to his legal team and following dowd's own statement last weekend that the justice department should shut down robert muller's special counsel investigation greg clugston the white house authorities say they're confident the twentythreeyearold unemployed college dropout who blew himself up as police closed in was behind this month's austin bombings but they still don't know why austin police chief brian manley i know everybody is interested in a motive and understanding why and we're never going to be able to put a ration behind these acts but what i can tell you having listened to that recording he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate conduct left behind it twenty five minutes cellphone video detailing the differences in the bombs he built a joint investigation by the associated press at houston chronicle reveals the extent of hurricane harvey toxic assault on the environment was more widespread than the thirties lead on at the time after the storm bay lose the nation's fourth largest city reporters catalog more than one hundred harvey related toxic relationships more of these stories from townhall dot com you know i'm not a genius.

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John Dowd resigns from Trump's personal legal team

Mike Gallagher

01:50 min | 4 years ago

John Dowd resigns from Trump's personal legal team

"The white house says president trump will sign the bill that boosts military spending but does not include all the funding he sought for his promised border wall just benefits go at the white house the president also imposing new tariffs on china i've been speaking with the highest chinese representatives including the president and i've asked them to reduce the trade deficit immediately by one hundred billion dollars the president is shaking up his legal team we get more of that from white house correspondent greg clugston john doubt is resigning as the president's lead lawyer in the russia investigation in a statement dowd said he loves the president and wishes him well dad's departure comes just a few days after the president added former us attorney joe digenova to his legal team and following dowd's own statement last weekend that the justice department should shut down robert muller's special counsel investigation greg clugston the white house authorities say they're confident the twentythreeyearold unemployed college dropout who blew himself up as police closed in was behind this month's austin bombings but they still don't know why austin police chief brian manley i know everybody is interested in a motive and understanding why and we're never going to be able to put a ration behind these acts but what i can tell you having listened to that recording he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate conduct left behind it twenty five minutes cellphone video detailing the differences in the bombs he built a joint investigation by the associated press at houston chronicle reveals the extent of hurricane harvey toxic assault on the environment was more widespread than the thirties lead on at the time after the storm bay lose the nation's fourth largest city reporters catalog more than one hundred harvey related toxic relationships more of these stories from townhall dot com you know i'm not a genius.

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At least 14 dead, several hurt in car bomb in Somali capital

01:48 min | 4 years ago

At least 14 dead, several hurt in car bomb in Somali capital

"Zacher burg has promised in a series of media interviews to investigate whether cambridge still has the user data was supposed of deleted is going to let every facebook user know whether they have been compromised corn mcsherry is legal director of the electronic frontier foundation we really need is actually independent audits people who aren't controlled by facebook and really accountable to the users we need those people to go and look at facebook system and make sure that they're actually really being held accountable sucker berg also says he's opened a testifying before congress but he did not commit to that a car bomb blast near a hotel in somalia's capital mogadishu has left at least nine dead seven others hurt has smalley police captain tells the associated press this explosion happened on a busy road that's been a target of past attacks by the extremist group alshabaab he didn't reveal a motive but the austin serial bomber apparently left a confession behind police say mark anthony condit recorded a twenty five minute cellphone video hours before he blew himself up as swat teams closed is suspect describes the six bombs that he constructed with a level of specificity that he identified the differences among those six bombs austin police chief brian manley calls the video the outcry of a very challenged young man global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in washington i'm nathan hager this is bloomberg now with our other top stories michael barr former wind resorts ceo steve wynn is selling about four million shares that he owns in the casino operating company win who resigned last month from the company bearing his name after women accused him of sexual misconduct have been the largest shareholder in the company.

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Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt recorded 25-minute "confession," police say

01:53 min | 4 years ago

Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt recorded 25-minute "confession," police say

"By the listeners and members of k q e d public radio eighty eight point five fm this is morning edition from npr news i'm david greene h martin investigators in austin texas have new information about the man who terrorized that city for three weeks with homemade bombs the man's name is mark conduct and in the hours before his death he recorded a twenty five minute video confessing to the bombings but austin police chief brian manley says he never revealed his motive nor does he mention anything about hate but instead it is the outcry of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life that led him to this point let's turn now to nadia hamdan of our member station k ut in austin hey nadia high so while there was this twenty five minute statement there was a lot of information that this man this is the bomber conduct left out mainly why let's listen to a little bit more from austin police chief manley there was no indication of why these specific addresses in those that were delivered to homes or those that were placed in the community or those that were mailed there was no reason given for why he selected those individuals so if we don't know why he did it what else did we learn from this video it's twenty five minutes on right so it seems as though he's confessed to being behind all seven bombs and six explosions that killed three people including himself an injured for other so just as a recap those are the three package bombs that were placed on people's doorsteps there was the fourth bomb that was a trip wire in a neighborhood of course there were the two fedex facility one was the explosion at the fedex facility insurance and then there was the other bomb that was found in a fedex facility near an airport but did not explode and then of course the seventh was the.

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2 Americans, 1 Russian on their way to International Space Station

Red Eye Radio

02:18 min | 4 years ago

2 Americans, 1 Russian on their way to International Space Station

"Exte san francisco san jose oakland a cumulus station now on amazon alexa opened the vo skill soccer burke speaks bombers confession i'm elliot francis facebook is under fire after data from fifty million members was misused by the data firm cambridge analytica wednesday ceo mark zuckerberg gave his first on camera interview to address that matter and spencer reports this was a major richard trust and i'm really sorry that this happened facebook ceo mark zuckerberg apologized in an exclusive tv interview with cnn's laurie segal and we have a basic responsibility to protect people's data and if we can't do that then we don't deserve to have the opportunity to serve people echoing part of the written statement posted online zuckerberg promised to look deeper in the activity of app developers our responsibility now is to make sure that this doesn't happen again i'm andrew spencer authorities in austin texas have discovered a key piece of evidence that could lead to a motive for for bombing suspect marc condit here's austin police chief brian manley at this point located a recording that the suspect in this incident made it is about a twenty five minute recording where he talks about what he has done this as a confession this was on a phone that we found in his possession republican rick secured as officially conceded the pennsylvania house special election to democrat connor lamb see where crawford report move comes more than a week after the race with some say has shaken gop confidence a head of november's midterm elections lamb claimed to see with about seven hundred and fifty votes in a republican held district president trump won by almost twenty percentage points just sixteen months ago most attribute that thirty three year olds victory to his moderate tone during the raise in being backed by the districts influential labor unions i'm sierra crawford american astronaut on a russian cosmonaut are on their way to the international space station soyuz rocket carrying the three men lifted off wednesday from kazakhstan i'm elliot francis what you do this morning rescue to bear weight what i donated to international animal rescue international animal rescue saved hundreds of.

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2 US tourists die in helicopter crash on Great Barrier Reef

Red Eye Radio

02:00 min | 4 years ago

2 US tourists die in helicopter crash on Great Barrier Reef

"Are wisconsin's radio station news radio wgm jay bell walking from abc news i taught at in the aftermath of the explosion that killed suspected serial bomber mark condit early wednesday morning investigators found a cell phone it held the answers to many of the questions that have arisen since the first bomb attack on march second the phone contained a twenty five minute recorded statement essentially a confession offering details of the seven explosive devices that marquan is thought to have made but condit had no known connection with the people he injured or killed and the recording doesn't help there was no reason given for why he selected those individuals austin police chief brian manley calls the recorded message quote the outcry of a very challenged young man jim ryan abc news austin lawmakers reached a tentative deal wednesday night to keep the government open congress now preparing to pass a one point three trillion dollars spending bill by the end of the week abc's ben siegel in washington explains what's in the bill and what's not at the end of the day this bill includes some grant money for school safety protections and it also includes incentives for states to participate in the national back background check system but there isn't anything broader beyond that democrats were looking for broader stronger background checks in salt weapons ban those are not in this bill the measure includes several hundred million dollars for fencing towards president trump's border wall which was short of the one point six million the white house demanded also know daca protections are in the deal to american tourists killed two other americans injured in a helicopter crash australia's great barrier reef wednesday according to police a sixty five year old woman in a seventy nine year old man were pronounced dead a thirty four year old man of thirty three year old woman taken to a hospital with nonlife threatening injuries all for tourists said to have known each other queensland state police inspector ian houghton this is a tool medicaid experience for anyone involved in the in the situation the australian transport safety bureau will be investigating this crash on wall street wednesday the.

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Trump 'warned' not to congratulate Putin in Russia election

The Larry Elder Show

01:32 min | 4 years ago

Trump 'warned' not to congratulate Putin in Russia election

"Earlier at a press conference austin police chief brian manley said cops found an audiotape with the suspect in which he describes how he made the bombs but did say why i know everybody is interested in a motive and understanding why and we're never going to be able to put a ration behind these acts but what i can tell you having listened to that recording he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate family says the vet suspects own descriptions of the bombing attacks indicate they were not hate crimes pflueger ville police investigators will continue gathering evidence at the home and neighbors are being urged to avoid going near the house the suspects two roommates were detained for questioning one was later released no information on the status of the second roommate president trump ignored a warning from national security aides to refrain from congratulating russian president vladimir putin on his reelection victory a senior administration official says the president's briefing materials for the putin phone call included a section in all caps that said do not congratulate but he did so anyway it was unclear whether mr trump read the talking points prepared by his national security team before tuesday's call some republican lawmakers are criticizing the president's decision to congratulate putin in what is viewed by many observers as a sham election white house correspondent greg clugston reporting in a wednesday afternoon tweet mr trump said getting along with russia and others is a good thing not a bad thing.

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Tempe, Arizona, police release footage from deadly crash involving self-driving Uber

The John Batchelor Show

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Tempe, Arizona, police release footage from deadly crash involving self-driving Uber

"A cumulus station facebook apology austin bomber i'm barbara kusak facebook ceo mark zuckerberg admitted was a major breach of trust as he broke his silence on the cambridge analytica controversy involving a data breach of millions of the sites users sucker burg told cnn he's really sorry that this happened and we have a basic responsibility to protect people's data and if we can't do that then we don't deserve to have the opportunity to serve people as far as regulation for the site soccer berg says the question should be what is the right regulation where if you look at how much regulation there is around advertising on tv and print it's not clear why does should be less on the internet where you should have the same level of transparency required austin police chief brian manley says bombing suspect marc condit left behind the confession on his cell phone before he blew himself up as officers had him cornered i know everybody is interested in a motive and understanding why and we're never going to be able to put a ration behind these acts but what i can tell you having listened to that recording he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate correspondent pamela brown says special counsel robert muller may be getting closer to deciding whether to sit down in question president trump and the russia probe as his team has already discussed talking points with trump's attorneys they wanna talk about the firings of james call me a former fbi director and michael flynn a source familiar with the matter says that the special counsel wants to focus predominantly on the those firings to experts who viewed video of a deadly self driving vehicle crash in tempe arizona told the associated press that the uber suv's laser and radar sensors should have spotted the victim and her bicycle and braked they say it also appears in the video that the human backup driver is looking down and is surprised when the uber vehicle hits the woman i'm barbara kusak do you have money in the stock market are you watching it bounce all over the place while you're focused on the short term movement you might actually be missing what time it really is we are late in the.

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Arizona police release video of fatal collision with Uber self-driving SUV

The John Batchelor Show

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Arizona police release video of fatal collision with Uber self-driving SUV

"A cumulus station facebook apology austin bomber i'm barbara kusak facebook ceo mark zuckerberg admitted was a major breach of trust as he broke his silence on the cambridge analytica controversy involving a data breach of millions of the sites users sucker burg told cnn he's really sorry that this happened and we have a basic responsibility to protect people's data and if we can't do that then we don't deserve to have the opportunity to serve people as far as regulation for the site soccer berg says the question should be what is the right regulation where if you look at how much regulation there is around advertising on tv and print it's not clear why does should be less on the internet where you should have the same level of transparency required austin police chief brian manley says bombing suspect marc condit left behind the confession on his cell phone before he blew himself up as officers had him cornered i know everybody is interested in a motive and understanding why and we're never going to be able to put a ration behind these acts but what i can tell you having listened to that recording he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate correspondent pamela brown says special counsel robert muller may be getting closer to deciding whether to sit down in question president trump and the russia probe as his team has already discussed talking points with trump's attorneys they wanna talk about the firings of james call me a former fbi director and michael flynn a source familiar with the matter says that the special counsel wants to focus predominantly on the those firings to experts who viewed video of a deadly self driving vehicle crash in tempe arizona told the associated press that the uber suv's laser and radar sensors should have spotted the victim and her bicycle and braked they say it also appears in the video that the human backup driver is looking down and is surprised when the uber vehicle hits the woman i'm barbara kusak do you have money in the stock market are you watching it bounce all over the place while you're focused on the short term movement you might actually be missing what time it really is we are late in the.

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Rick Saccone concedes to Conor Lamb in Pennsylvania congressional race

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

01:17 min | 4 years ago

Rick Saccone concedes to Conor Lamb in Pennsylvania congressional race

"And more news from the people you trust komo news more local news in just sixty seconds right now abc at five thirty now that austin texas serial bomber mark condit is dead he blew himself up before dawn is police surrounded him the question turns to why did he do it investigates ruling out terrorism and hate his motives and police chief brian manley says a recorded confession left by condit doesn't reveal much there was no indication of why these specific addresses in those that were delivered to homes or those that were placed in the community or those that were mailed there was no reason given for why he selected those individuals condit's family says they don't know what could have motivated him congressional negotiators have finalized the one point three trillion dollar spending plan it has big increases in defense and domestic spending but no protections were dreamer immigrants this has got to pass before friday's government shutdown more than a week later republican rick succumb conceited defeat democrat connor lamb a special congressional election in pennsylvania which has shaken republican confidence ahead of november's elections wall street the dow lost forty five points richard cantu abc news the northwest only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven.

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Spring nor'easter targets Northeast with heavy snow, winds

Dennis Prager

01:50 min | 4 years ago

Spring nor'easter targets Northeast with heavy snow, winds

"In washington in austin texas overnight a swat team closed in on a twenty four year old man believed to be the suspect in this month serial bombings austin police chief brian manley members of the austin police department swat team approached the vehicle this suspect detonated a bomb inside the vehicle knocking one of our swat officers back and one of our swat officers fired at the suspect as well the suspect now identified as mark anthony conduct he was killed when he detonated that bomb here in washington homeland security secretary kirsten nielsen says austin should still be careful although the situation appears to be over we urge the public to remain alert and report any suspicious activity or packages or devices a storm with high winds and lots of snow is moving through the eastern united states national weather service meteorologist dan peterson says he expects new york city and areas around it to be hard hit along for forecast guidance showing maxwell in that particular area and conditions favorable with the storm forming to the south they're an excellent location for bandit heavy snow to form this afternoon so we think that the peak rates of one or two inches an hour are likely this afternoon in the metro new york city area as a result air travel in new york and other areas in the region will be severely affect senate leaders are being pressed to comment on president trump's recent attacks on special counsel robert muller and his russia probe the white house says the president has no plans on removing muller nigeria's government now says one hundred one of the one hundred ten schoolgirls abducted a month ago by boko haram are confirmed freed an aide to the president said the number would be updated after the remaining ones have been documented nigeria's government has said no ransoms were paid in the release the dow up one hundred forty points more on.

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Lawmakers press DHS officials on protecting election integrity

Armstrong and Getty

01:46 min | 4 years ago

Lawmakers press DHS officials on protecting election integrity

"Blew himself up while officers tracked him to a motel police say the twenty four year old white man became a primary suspect over the last several days it's believed surveillance and evidence gained from fedex facility in austin led police to the alleged bomber austin police chief brian manley says it's possible more explosives could have been placed in the city we don't know where this suspect has spent his last twenty four hours and therefore we still need to remain vigilant to ensure that no other packages or devices have been left to the community local and federal authorities continue to investigate a motive and if any other people were involved i'm clayton neville the senate intelligence committee released a bipartisan list of recommendations to states and the federal government to bolster election security at a hearing today on election security intelligence committee chairman richard burr says it may be too late to act this issue is urging if we start to fix these problems tamar we still might not be in time to save the system for two thousand sixteen and two thousand twenty two thousand eighteen but in the meantime facebook officials are set to meet this week with congressional lawmakers congressman jim himes is on the intelligence committee as well people need to realize that when they take personality quizzes when they put the name of their favorite car or what they felt like when they had their first kiss into a quiz or into facebook that information has value and people are going to use it data from up to fifty million facebook users was used by cambridge analytica in london target users in the us with political ads a sell off in facebook shares has leveled off this hour after it lost almost fifty billion dollars market capitalization nbc bay area is now reporting that mark zuckerberg will.

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School board fires Pico Rivera, California, teacher who insulted military

The Glenn Beck Show

01:54 min | 4 years ago

School board fires Pico Rivera, California, teacher who insulted military

"Beretta's home and pflueger ville we will know more as we sift through his media accounts and piece together all the money pieces of the puzzle to find out where when how and why he was doing all of this he had two roommates are being questioned it's not clear if at any health they tracked him down last night we ultimately located the vehicle that this suspect was known to be driving and witnesses told us he was driving and telling round rock austin police chief brian manley says he blew himself up in that car and an officer also opened fire condit's plane for four bombings this month that killed two people injured four another bom bom off yesterday at a fedex facility i just wanted to extend my thanks to the first responders have been working around the clock in texas homeland security secretary kirsten neilsen few moments ago the senate hearing where she'll be questioned on improving election security after the russian meddling in two thousand sixteen isis terrorist attack afghanistan again a bombing in kabul killed twenty nine people injured more than fifty others the day after us joint chiefs chairman general joseph dunford was in the capital for talks he's now on a different area of afghanistan talking to military officers and advisors you may recall the california teacher who went viral badmouthing the military he's now been fired gregory south saito was a history teacher had l rancho high were school leaders say students were bullied by his hatred of members of our military student recorded that classroom rant and now a unanimous school board decision to fire salcedo saying that his comments do not reflect with the school stands for jeff monosso fox news fox news fair and balanced us now lobbied campus no mainly late afternoon line thirty five cloudy tonight snow likely close to midnight a low thirty news no one to three inches i'm mike patrick here's a look at the stories we're following it's technically spring but winter's not cooperating meteorologists call for.

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White House and Capitol Hill democrats iron out first round Border Wall deals

Mike Gallagher

01:50 min | 4 years ago

White House and Capitol Hill democrats iron out first round Border Wall deals

"Spokes in articles including dorothy day for armchair theologians and the problem of wealth of christians response to a culture of affluence doctor elizabeth instant hasty on tuesday march twenty seven at spalding university thanks for listening kentucky and i'm mike gallagher i know somebody's got to listen to him now it's your turn mike is next on wgtk louisville breaking news this hour from townhall dot com i'm jeremy house authorities say the suspect in a series of bombing attacks in austin blew himself up as law enforcement closed in overnight austin police chief brian manley says so far a motive isn't clear do not understand what motivated him to do what he did and that will also be part of the continuing investigation as we try to learn more about him and to understand why he took the actions that it was a dramatic into a weeks long siege in which two people were killed and four injured in a series of blasts talks over a one point three trillion dollar government spending bill neared completion early this morning as the white house and capitol hill democrats ironed out deals on a first round of funding for president trump's us mexico border wall aides say the top four leaders of both the house and senate are slated to meet this morning to try to seal the agreement senators are expected to press homeland security secretary christian nielsen the department's efforts to secure state election systems the senate intelligence committee hearing today as part of an effort to safeguard against foreign meddling in this year's elections it's the first official day of spring but you'll have a hard time convincing east coast residents of that today meteorologist martian artisans commuters in the latest storm's path will have to be prepared for delays even philadelphia will be impacted by the morning commute new york city boston no may just be moving into new york city so for those areas there'll be more the evening commute.

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