15 Burst results for "Chief Of Public Safety"
"chief public safety" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"His briefing Tuesday, Bashir announced 273 new cases of covert 19, and he announced one new death, cautioning that the toll is going to rise. So as we sit at 997, I can tell you there are over 20 cases in the queue. That are being looked at. Um it is going to be a difficult month. Last week was the deadliest week in terms ofthe lost lives that we had, and we're going to see more of that. Moving forward. The positivity rate is at 3.91%. He's hoping Kentucky Khun stay under 4% going forward. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40 W H. A. S back in Louisville to top law enforcement officials have been ordered by a judge to testify in front of the Metro Council. Chief public safety Amy has and Louisville Metro Police Department acting chief Rob Stroeder were subpoenaed to testify before the council's oversight committee, Responding to a lawsuit filed by the U, and the N double A. C P. That lawsuit named Stroeder Fisher Metro government and L MPD, alleging officers have consistently used excessive force. Against demonstrators the Fissure administration and argued that they should not have to testify in open session because of a pending lawsuit against the city. A judge ruled against that. The Government Oversight Accountability Committee, met Tuesday night to discuss the ruling subpoenas were reissue destroyer and has compelling them to appear before the council next week. We're heading to Iraq now where the top U. S general in the Middle East has announced a drawdown of U. S troops there. A B C's Elizabeth Charles E. With more the U. S military is cutting the number of troops serving in Iraq from 5200 to 3000. General Kenneth Mackenzie made the much anticipated announcement today in Iraq, citing the Iraqi military's progress and its ability to fight Isis. The withdrawal of the more than 2000 American troops will happen this month. That's sooner than had been previously indicated by military officials. President Trump has repeatedly vowed to withdraw U. S forces from the region. Elizabeth's Chelsea, ABC NEWS Washington We got to Memphis now, where a newly released video shows a police officer using pepper spray and verbally berating a suspect handcuffed in a police car. ABC is Ryan Burrow has the story. 2019 Bodycam footage shows then Memphis police officer Williams skeleton taking Drew Thomas into custody after a call about a disruption at a gas station. Skeleton and puts Thomas in the back of his car again. You understand me? Officers using pepper spray four times, claiming Thomas was damaging the inside of the police car could later be heard calling for help. His officers stood by internal affairs charge skeleton with excessive force. He resigned from the department just a week before his hearing. Thomas spent 150 days in jail. Ryan Burrow ABC news Coming up this afternoon before Governor Andy Bashir expected at the podium to discuss Corona virus and other issues of the day you'll hear it live here on 8 40. W H A s Your next news update is at 11 30. I'm Will Clark News Radio. Wait 40 W H A s. Reunited, and it feels so good. Ah! Oh, my God. You're like a songbird. Thank you. I've been working on that. That's my new karaoke. Song all those things that Three. I think it's Barbra Streisand..
MTA Offers Reward For Information About Smashed Subway Train Car Windows in New York
"More than $12,000 as a reward for information leading to the arrest of the people or person who've been smashing train car windows. Since May. There have been more than 70 incidents in the subway. The agency estimates replacing the windows has cost more than $300,000 and the broken windows have delayed trains, especially on the seven line. Mth chief safety officer Pat Warren calls it in an infuriating problem and waste of resource is because this is your money. This is your time on the strange and the inconvenience is cost to you. The empty says it will sue whoever has found responsible for smashing the windows to get them to pay for the losses. Today.
"chief public safety" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Glad you got us tonight. What's on your mind? Well, I'm calling about a B l E. O Meyer. I am a conservative. I still don't know Nobody that's crazy. Just in my world. I don't know. Nobody agrees. What happened, Mr Gold flow would there Uh, I like that travesty in a It'll buy us time happened to that man. My sale, but What about that call that all there is to do that that that would be bad. Wrong thing. And I believe just as much as those 99% of, uh, law enforcement out here. Good. I believe that 99% all paper goods both good in all colors. Uh uh. Colin because the billionaire saying that that's not their protester doing any of this, and you used to say that they were putting people out. So are in Pittsburgh. They did. Will, But how come habit? Well, okay, black be Liam has all these demands will made me as a citizen. I could could I have a request that they they see somebody trying to Goto Gold store business. Walking, facing flags or where way that you're not gonna do that on our wash? Because the police saying here that always can't do nothing. And then again, you said that they was pulling people out of that from my understanding. Is that people are people going to these protests coming in with black umbrellas and standing in front of polish and then people home and stuff out of these people, tryingto protect these. Ah! These buildings in these offices, faithful government and so what? Water? What is their real intention to cause chaos? Because they shouldn't be If they're poor people out while they let people come in and stay in their group of black umbrella, let me you obviously didn't hear this. So let me say it again. Here in Pittsburgh. There was a press conference with our mayor, police chief public safety commissioner and others They all attested to the fact. The local peaceful pro protesters pointed out people and say that this guy's not with us. He's got a big heavy backpack. We don't know what Senate watch him the mayor, the police chief, and everybody else lauded those people and complimented them for doing that. Let me emphasize again. That was here in Pittsburgh. I don't know that that's happened in Portland or anywhere else, Okay, I'm trying to get you to understand and hear what I said. I hear you. Well, I would have request that. You know this being with him. I mean, What's their ideology to show that it is? If they are this group. If they weren't being control and have power power is to be given Tio were granted to them. Don't they need to show that they can control law and order? Answer. Peaceful protest and keep it peaceful and stand up. Now you're not going do this on our washing, go out and guard these businesses and keep these problems from burning down our CDs and holding Stephan are officers of the pace. Well, I think that a lot of times movements of co opted by a lot of people on and you go out there in AA, a big crowd and all you need is one idiot to start throwing rocks was set fire to something and other people who are followers and not leaders joined in and and before. You know what? You got a violent protest. A Zay said locally peaceful protests has pointed out the people who they thought would call some problems and here in Pittsburgh, most of the demonstrations have been largely peaceful. After that. Well, it's always good talking, Chris. Thanks for taking my call. All right, Jim, look for the inn from you again sometime. Okay. For now. All right, take care from one GM to another. Let's go to Jim and Elizabeth. You know, getting gay Chris. Pleasure. Thank you. You know, you dress mostly women. I hear you call Monsieur and Miss Mary..
"chief public safety" Discussed on WRVA
"Yep K. radio W. R. B. Hey I'm trying to figure out about what I have a brand new football team the ball once the NFL is back the Tampa Bay played for rob Gronkowski remember Koran he's working for residents McMahon at W. W. we have the ball but he is apparently even though he's retired he's still eligible to re enter the NFL and the word breaking out of a New England sports sources is that he is asking to be traded from the New England Patriots to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers so that he can retire and once again play with with Tom Brady wow and I got to figure out whether Julian Edelman is gonna trying get his his release from the pats and head south a magazine is true right I mean old folks moved to Florida spy plane at some point but anyways I'll keep you up to date on that coming up at the five fifteen Glenn Beck is going to be a long we'll talk a little bit about the the national perspective you and I are trying to figure out how we reasonably intelligently get R. V. A. re opens right I mean this is what it is we've gotta figure out how we how we get back to work how we get back to life right about now we're hearing stories or reading stories restaurants that are going out of business they're flying the flag of the first ones to to say we just can't do it anymore and when they close they're not coming back I wish they were but they're not and other small business owners are saying man we we heard about the paycheck protection plan and the small business administration loans will bales didn't quite work out the way they were supposed to how are we going to keep our businesses open at the same time those business owners are saying that the governor Ralph Northam is apparently according to many reports that I've gotten and I have been able to confirm so I'm not I'm not telling you flat out they are or are not true but according to these multiple reports that have been sent to me he's apparently allegedly going back and forth to his summer place in a pirate skull but many well I don't know it no I thought we were all supposed to be staying inside is that vital by the way is that is that some sort of vital thing that he's doing right wasn't it supposed to be the only vital things that were mmhm you know what I don't know I don't I'll try and get to the bottom of that so anyways the Glenn Beck will be along at the at five fifteen this Thursday I don't know if we've ever actually made it I did we did we get the complete and total okay we were trying to put together a little something for arrive Thursday evening right around six o'clock we'll do a if if it all comes together a little live a little reopen RB a talk on the radio and maybe a an online presence maybe some sort of zoom conference it all comes together that now my body John reed from the morning show will join the well not join because of course we're all socially distant artery but will will do that if it all comes together Thursday evening man and just talk about how we can get the greater Richmond area back up and running I know other people who was about to reopen Regina I can't be part of that and it's not bad the I don't want to help you but I don't know enough about northern Virginia or southside Virginia or or the eastern shore to be able to say oh yeah those are places that need to reopen today that could re open because that's not my bailiwick it's not where I live however the RBA central Virginia yeah this where I live and I think I got one or two things to say about that I came across my high school yearbook and I I think tempted bill gold you everybody's got a post there are other senior class photo from high school and I looked at it I thought no maybe not but I do want to know what's happening to our high school seniors and I have been really fortunate over the last year year and a half to to get to know one of our more distinguished high school seniors PJ Morrissey and I'm happy to say PJ's make its of diapers PJ thanks for being here but Hey Jeff thank you well I am doing well but then again I've already graduated from high school and enjoyed by my senior year what what is going on with you how was it to be a high school senior and not have a chance to do you know stupid high school senior stuff it's definitely very interesting you know our last day of school on March twelfth none of us knew that we were going to be coming back it was just all speculation at that time it was very weird to be sitting in government biology class and the teacher saying well we don't know if we'll see you again yeah we're just kind of shrugging it off like she will be back in then originally the governor called for the two week closure and we were all kind of like this is kind of like an early spring break like we don't have to do school work or get up early and whatever and that's how it was treated and then once the governor shut down schools for the rest of the year I mean it it shocks me more than I thought it was going to you know like you ask my mom I would come down the stairs in the morning and be like oh schools closed today because I didn't want to go just you know senior year that seem right is but it it was an incredible shock to you know left a lot of his speech was eight if we had known that March twelfth was gonna be our last day of school and I think it would have been a lot more sentimental and we were taking a lot more seriously but you know the thought does not necessarily stepping back into certain classrooms with certain features and friend is mind boggling because you know we weren't prepared at the meeting at the new school year in September it was like all we just have to make a closing we were counting down the days till graduation and now you know that date is unknown so you know we've been just trying to keep busy and they'll find the silver lining in the situation you know one of the things that I remember about senior year when was that was the year book as I said I just found my yearbook sold did you guys ever get your senior yearbook all I'm not yet the before he got out of school they had us vote for senior superlatives in concur senior quotes but we have not heard anything about when we will be getting them but we do know that somehow we will be getting them I would think they would be done since nothing else is happening but I'm not sure about that but we are set to you get them you are okay so but but then I I how do you goal in this day and age and get signatures or is that something you're just thinking well we'll do that ten three union or something you know that's that's a very good point ever since kindergarten I was getting signatures in my yearbook it's just you know a tradition that been going on for these past thirteen years and you know now it's the last year of school and we may never see people again and it's interesting to think that you know if we ought to be six feet apart the are you mostly blanking you know possibly be blank and we won't necessarily have anything to and I'm a senior here with it's it's kind of be bizarre PJ Morrissey is joining us in PJ is a he's a good guy I mean he's he's a valued member of our central Virginia community and at least on a personal basis when I think of good young people I invariably I wind up mentioning PJ and I talk about his his accomplishments and his activities in school and the rest of it PJ so you look you've got a lot of free time on your hands and I know you well enough to know that that's that's just not going to sit well with you it was so sweet so what exactly are you doing with all this free time so originally when we were out of school for two weeks I was like oh this is great I'm going to go volunteer with the rescue squad down in Petersburg distal fill my time and you know my mom is the same way she was like I'm so happy you have something to do to keep you busy yeah and then white two days later they sent out a memo like low volunteers paid staff only so that they're not exposed to the corona virus so I was like devastated I was like well I have to find something to do and you know I haven't been able to get back into the back of an ambulance since the beginning of March and it makes like it's driving me crazy but I don't go into withdrawal larger you got like shakes and DTS hello it yeah definitely you know I've been trying to find a full time job in the field you know I need whether it's a E. R. tech or look at transport company or anything like that but you know it's a it's a slowing in hard process during these times you know people are a little wary people you know have Starkey interview process or even on board people but you know I've been doing projects around the house my parents of course came up with how's things that could be done might point out the bushes in the front yard and redoing the bag clash dripping and staining the deck so that definitely took a lot of time in the morning I've been working on our cars washing them all that wow and then of course I've been helping my sister and my family make mass food law enforcement and you know five people all over the country actually truckers law enforcement officers firefighters EMTs grocery workers everybody I mean that's definitely consumed a lot of time and you know makes me feel like I'm making a difference since you know it can be frustrating knowing that I have the ability to help as Indians he but I'm I am unable to utilize it at the moment wow that said that I listen I'm I'm sorry to hear that not you of course were accepted to colonia back to our to William and Mary college of William and Mary have you heard anything from them about what is or is not going to happen in September share this past Saturday actually was supposed to be our day for admitted students where we would go to Williamsburg meet all the other people who were admitted to winning the merry go round to the different departments in seminars and things like that so they actually pulled it together really well and did it online it was digital designated students and they broke it down by department in major and had G. meetings at different times for each of those departments including very informative you know I went to the biology one and they odd that what if one of the questions was one is when your marriage plan if we can't come to school in August and the professor you know he basically said we won in the spring break in the college told us that we had to come out of it ready to teach online which was very much a scramble he said he spent eight to ten hours a day you know preparing curriculum and trying to figure out how to move it all online so that the students could still get their education and you know they haven't heard anything yet we will be going in the fall but if not they're hoping they will get a more advance notice and they're going to try to captured the feel of the campus and William and Mary incorporates somehow into the online teaching if it is necessary so it is a little it does give me some anxiety to think you know maybe I won't be going directly to college in the fall and will still all be cooped up in the house then I'll have to you know good online classes you know my fears already been cut short on and now like Bachelet the first semester of a college you know but there's definitely a silver lining to all of that you know I'm getting to spend more time with my family which can sometimes be getting something through that I have more time to you know to work on stuff around the house or anything I was so bored the other day but I ended up rearranging my entire room so it is going to be a little bit but now so I I I listed I I know your your tiny and obviously you mentioned to Petersburg you want to give us the the cliff's notes version what's going on with that Petersburg fire station number four right hello yes to practice I am a volunteer member of southside Virginia merged occurring with clean which is not directly associated with Petersburg fire department we do have a contract with the city of Petersburg so on April ninth Petersburg fire station number four on walnut hill was shut down due to mold contamination with no word of how would he be fixture when they were gonna come back this past Saturday B. firefighters the fire station four were told at moment's notice that they needed to get to the station right away remove all of their belongings in equipment rusting would not be able to get it again and that the fire station will be shut down so of course there was a lot of backlash over there from the citizens of Petersburg and of course the firefighters so does city manager I heard her name is a reef a reef of Errol Bennett V. days I believe and then the public safety officer chief public safety officer I think if the title is chief Dennis Miller you know they've been in the news they've been talking about why they closed the station.
"chief public safety" Discussed on WTVN
"Parent may want to take notes a new social media challenge is Roland it's called the penny challenge also it's known as the outlet challenge and what it is they try to get young people kids to record what happens when a penny is split between a loosely plugged the outlet and a phone charger in well you don't have to be a rocket scientist or electric engineer to reimagine what the result is it's usually a bunch of sparks of electricity so far there haven't been any injuries but a chief public safety officer for the ESA says electricity is unforgiving yes if you've ever been zapped by it you know what they're talking about their they say no family should have to endure the pain of losing a loved one or their home because of a social media trend this isn't just a bad idea I mean just don't want us is like what you're gonna lick your finger and put it in the outlet take a penny and stick it me outlet basically what you're doing there so anyway kids are kids sing you just kinda sometimes have to say Hey don't do that it's dumb yesterday president trump signed off on a new trade deal with Mexico and China it replaces nafta the U. S. M. C. A. it was signed in a ceremony on the south lawn of the White House president called it a colossal victory that ends the nafta nightmare some changes under the new agreement include more auto parts manufactured in the United States and more US dairy products selling to Canada it also includes expanded.
"chief public safety" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Corona virus there is the headline it says no corona virus isn't linked to corona beer and it can't be cured with bleach is it this is real this is real despite the catchy name no corona virus has nothing to do with corona beer I wonder if it is correct have they responded to this to the fact that it's called corona viruses that has it affected sales at all so so Google trends has noted that the search interest for Karev corona virus symptoms as skyrocketed one thousand fifty percent other top search fate phrases relatives related to the deadly pathogen are also known as N. C. O. V. included questions about how corona viruses spread its origins prevention and death rates here's what we know about the corona virus the current outbreak our which originated in China symptoms include congestion runny nose fever and sore throat much like the flu and it's most likely spread via coughing sneezing or physical contact with the infected person we also know that in C. O. V. is not derived nor related to the Mexican pale lager corona extra or cruel corona light has it has corona said anything to have you no not at the moment I can't find any specific statement you know they haven't put out a press release seven po yeah said anything in in particular just most of this has to do with the fact that people are searching corona beer virus and for some reason linking corona virus with corona beer it's just I know what I mean that was my first thought was isn't that funny but I knew it wasn't linked yeah I think most people out there knew it wasn't link it was just kind of a coincidence but naturally because the internet is vast and wide and dumb people decided to link it that seemingly obvious fact didn't make it to the many who as Boing Boing reported were engaging in another alarming search trend that it wants reveals both our deepest fears and desires corona beer virus sure the two terms do share the root of the word corona which comes from the Latin a car now which means crown and translates the same way in modern languages including Spanish and Italian the respiratory infection first identified in the sixties was named for its crown like shape meanwhile the crisp light beer first bird nineteen twenty five uses a crown as its logo and may well be I have been inspired by the bruise golden hue by the way when I was when I was in when I was a drinking man I hated corona that's a terrible beer my yes it is if I have to pick out the Mexican beers I'd probably go with does secular Seki says the second yeah pretty good thank you Sir what's out my got modello models pretty your dollars okay yeah it's too expensive for how good it is though yeah walk into a supermarket it's way too expensive for how good it actually is other countries getting called out for their ill for in an ill informed Google queries include Brazil Australia India France Germany England Finland Indonesia Japan Canada and the U. S. Jesus that's a lot that's a lot of that that's that's you know most of the globe unfortunately there's even more frighteningly stupid rumor spreading from doctor Google's waiting room that the potentially fatal fatal illness can be prevented by Gosling bleach how how how would anyone think that that was real how would anyone think that you could gazal bleach I I don't I don't even I don't even know what to say yeah the said the daily beast reported that the appallingly Smoove brain conspiracy theorists have been advising their followers on social media to purchase and drink a product called miracle mineral solution miracle mineral substance some supplement or M. M. as for short which is made with an industrial bleaching agent they see the so called cure all can treat everything from cancer to HIV aids a Twitter user dubbed the chief police to who is known to be a leader among the these disciples recently urged his seventeen thousand eight hundred followers to protect yourself with the twenty twenty twenty spray and M. M. as concoction according to food and drug administration consuming MMS can cause severe vomiting acute liver failure and death I what well obviously don't do that don't don't drink bleach we really need to tell people not to drink bleach is that where we are now they don't drink bleach and know what doesn't have anything to do with corona beer I mean these things seem pretty obvious to a normal person correct I mean it's a bad idea to drink bleach yeah I don't know here we go we have the comedians are or listen to the show this morning three one nine says the corona beer virus also leads the Lyme disease all our if you love to see it all right now what is this penny challenge thing this is this is absurd this is just I I don't isn't that teens have a death wish is there were plenty of stupid things that people do when they're teens are young are you know maybe tweens whatever you wanna call yeah but it seems to me that with the advent of social media teens have a dead just a death wish they want to see how quickly they might be able to off well selves these with some of these things we've got a whole article about some of the stupid online challenges internet challenges that people do and you know get themselves hurt what was it called when you're dancing outside the car when the cars no I'd I'd I don't it was named after a song that you're supposed to play while doing yeah you got a place I don't can't remember who the artist was but you play a certain song on your car in the open up the car door as the car is moving in your dancing outside along the side of the car yeah so people were falling get run over by their own car getting hit by other cars cars were crashing because the person would fall down in the car we just go off and hit a tree yeah them so many stupid things of internet challenges will get to some of those what about what the what was the name of that movie were Sandra bullock and run around with a blindfold on bird box yet the people that that the bird box challenge yeah trying to they try to do everyday tasks with blind fold with a blindfold on yeah oh my god yeah people people driving with blindfolds on campus you will just walking around blood going grocery shopping reporter ridiculous the only thing that we that movie was very good now I'd like sorry but that it like it that much the only thing you should be with a blindfold on is playing in the asa yeah pin the tail on the donkey pin the tail on the donkey yeah so it hashtag penny challenge what parents need to know about the dangerous tictoc trend explain what tictoc is so tech talk is a social media app where people record kind of short form videos right and it gets posted to their page they could send it to people millions of people can look at it if folks out there if you know what vine is if you know or what vine was a few years back it's a sensibly that yeah just slightly different it's a social media app now on like you tube or Snapchat essentially got it just so people know there is a new social media challenge that officials are warning could have dire consequences if parents aren't aware the new tick tock trend is prompting young people to slide a coin between a phone charger loosely plugged into an outlet and record the results what what it's being called hash tag outlet challenge or the hash tag penny challenge and several videos of it have been shared to the platform in recent days most of the videos show coins being dropped between a charger and a wall outlet causing large sparks of electricity this is unbelievable the people are trying the challenge typically kids or teens can be seen jumping back or shrieking in response electricity is unforgiving and no family should have to endure the pain of losing a loved one or their home because of the social media trend said Dr jolt moody chief public safety officer for the ESA that's another statement that we that we have to make yeah I don't understand I don't understand this I I don't understand this at all yeah I don't play without I thought there weren't there videos that they used to show two kids are made a covered it on Sesame Street tell you not to mess with outlets yeah of course I I always knew don't mess with outlets unless you're plugging something in don't touch on the spot so okay this is ridiculous dropping coins between a charger and a wall outlet so it sparks a literacy will be produced yeah it's got to be kind of loosely plugged then because then and I'm Noah electrical engineer here but the penny will act as a sort of conductor and create a electricity arc that'll like burn the outlet essentially is so stupid you know I I anytime there's like says some sort of like talk about like something happening with your outlets or something being thing plugged in I always always always think of Christmas story always because they have ninety nine thousand things plugged into that yeah and then when the door they're not given the lights go out the door remove no but I I just I I eggs I always think of at all at all the time I make good Christmas story makes you that I think of Christmas story a lot not just because of that but there's so many classic things in it but that nine thousand things plugged into the up the classic mistake all right if you want to jump in here three one two nine eight one seven two hundred you corona beer has nothing to do with corona virus and bleach you don't drink it and don't drop a coin between a charger and a wall outlet these are things that we I don't know I didn't think we needed to to to to to say not to do those things I don't know if you want to jump in three one two nine eight one seven two hundred X. Giulio here come up after one o'clock David Allen Arnold airborne Cameron is going to join us here on the show three one two nine eight one seven going to the next dealer show continues here on seven twenty WGN you.
Chiefs rout Raiders 40-9 to seize AFC West control
"The cheese defense set an early tone and Kansas city grabbed a twenty one nothing halftime lead and route twelve forty two nine victory over the Oakland Raiders Tyron Matthew came up with an interception on the game's opening drive quarterback Patrick my homes used that turn over to engineer an eleven play TD drive in the second quarter chief safety one Thornhill returned an interception for a touchdown the chiefs secured first in the AFC west with an eight and four record Greg Echlin Kansas city
"chief public safety" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Police officer Calvin hall released a statement this afternoon through the city public safety department if things all at UPMC Presbyterian involved in office or house care all of his extended family the men and women in blue the mayor police chief public safety director and his partner as well as direct supervisors in the police department the family also things those at the north view heights public safety center saying officer hall was proud to be a part of the unit that was truly making a difference in the community funeral arrangements have not been finalized the investigation into Sunday morning shooting is continuing work continues on that giant sinkhole along McKnight road that form during last week's heavy rain now Ross commissioners are coming up with options to mandate private property owners fix the aging storm water pipe that cause the problem many of them took that the warning and made repairs and some have on so we just have to sort of get the folks that are are not taking this seriously to take it seriously and make the repairs Ross commission chair Steve Kerr bells as private owners are responsible for covering the cost of the sinkhole work but owners of the Waldorf apartments claim the property was deeded to the township repairs should be completed by the end of the week from Washington this hour president trump says a US warship has destroyed an Iranian drone in the strait of war moves amid heightened tensions we expect more information on that story shortly on Wall Street after intelligence as the Dow is down fifteen points at twenty seven thousand two oh four the nasdaq is up eleven right now and the S. and P. is out eight our next news at four o'clock on KDKA radio now for a limited time when you switch to sprint will cover your switching fees.
"chief public safety" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Demise is greatly exaggerated. Just taking a little bit arrested. You know, y'all know how it goes? Thank you off with chicken, and on told you I'll be back just take a few days off and the procedure and try to give wagon C y'all real good out of both. So that's how that goes. So everything is going. Well, thank you. Checking on the brother, and I'm back now four four eight nine two two seven zero three and what a great day to be back so much is happening in our world. In our situation and collectively. And so we we'll talk about it. No collusion. No collusion now. No collusion. And and so those who are waiting on the mullahs report. Just learn a lesson in power. Oh, man. Dick would all white men. Nells with after this whole white man, stick what? It is hard work. Okay. So don't ever get fooled by that? Now. The matter whether you're democrat or Republican. Or white men stick with a white, man. So that's go in debt. They'd really Nelson about it. You know that let you back just right off the rip four four eight nine two two seven zero three four four eight nine two two seven zero three lot. You know, when you just sit at your God has his curious way sometime making you just do what you need you to do it sometime. You just slow you down. And I'm listening all weekend. My phone has been ringing people trying to get me come here and there, and I haven't even answered it. So if you called me, I was not being discourteous I'll just resting based on what the doctor said. So that's how that went. But now back up now. So my my responsibility to give the devil hill all week long. So that's what we're gonna do four for eight nine two two seven zero three somebody just deg. Glad you bag looking. I'm glad I'm back to consider. Now. I love the options, you know. You know? No, it's a beautiful day to be back to India. I thought just me I put on my long does. She gets you to consult the weather. When like a hookah on the front row at Easter Sunday service. I just thought maybe me warm, but now his woman here four four eight nine two two seven zero three five the phone lines five the phone lines alive been happening since I was out for weekend five days, and so and but feel a whole lot better feel stronger. And so it's all good. Couple of things I've been watching though, I was just watching. How'd y'all going to let the KOMO mechanically and shoot up department two days in a row? It is not even being talked about. I'm just trying to I was about to get out of the bed on Thursday Friday when I first saw that as that's what we're doing. Now. Now over in that area. Now, I mean, you know, 'cause I was born in mechanicsville. So you know on Whitehall's terrorists. Why tears, and that's why I was born by the time I turned to we moved over off a prior role while still live to this very day. I'll lived in two places in Atlanta mechanicsville in overall prior road. And then after I went to college and. Got left. College bought the house across the street. My mum on one corner, Mona holier that we do it. And so I live with two places in fifty three years in Atlanta. Some boy did get out his car van has been driven. By why good this shoot up play twenty one shots in just indiscriminately in people's homes. That's last Sunday. Believe it why did he come back? Monday about six thirty in the morning. Do the same thing over here. And you have heard a peep out of people. Even in pain. I'm trying to get up put on my suit to get out there because the mayor the police chief public safety people and everybody else how young let these domestic terror terrorize a whole neighborhood and nothing said and then one street over you got blood sets in. Land kings and everybody else over there. Yala only tough with us. Then I look at TV. That's why I say I did that cut TV all on watch Jerry Springer and and I just had to watch Jerry Springer mar Povich. Then I seen the man who don't kit. These seventy year old woman up in New York. I will try to buy tickets to New York. The y'all know we. How are you? Negro world riding modern is still you know, it is. You have to sometimes keep a little bit of yo goon in you. Guys, rumbled a fuel y'all, you know probation. And if the line of fierce is captured in some kind of way, you would be here for a long time don't ever get rid of all the, you know, I'm around preachers and deacons in heels in a couple of cripples, and they say they arrested the demand. On Sunday, bible cheered. As it was. He was his laic missing. We're not doing our job. Man should have been having wanted them little stumps. You know, how you wrapped up in a bandage. But anyway, that's just what I'm thinking about four four eight nine two two seven zero three. Didn't grown on comeback like give until the Honda. Somebody won't valid on air. But no, I am non-violent would though that a nonviolent with me. I'm valid with those who evaluate with me. That's great. It's gonna kick that later like that whole leg should've come on. I mean up grandpa. Four for eight nine two two seven zero three phone number. Don't go into place. We got so much information to share with you, so many guests come in as well. I'm back y'all fob the phone line. Let me know your miss McFaul, four eight nine two two seven zero three, and we'll tell you what we're going to be at tomorrow. 'cause y'all wanna come out and hang out with me. Come look at me Gump come see me four four eight nine two two seven zero three. We'll be back in a moment is too much true with Derek bozeman news and talk thirteen eighty w okay? Dating right back with two can't handle the truth. Major host Jerry close win on news and talk thirteen eighty w. Good.
"chief public safety" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Demise is greatly exaggerated. Just taking a little bit arrested. And you know, y'all know how it goes. Thank you, all for chicken and on Matoshabe back just take a few days off and the procedure and try to give wagon C y'all real good out of both ISO. That's how that goes. So everything is going. Well, thank you. For checking on a brother, and I'm back now four four eight nine two two seven zero three and what a great day to be back so much is happening in our world. In in our situation and collectively. And so we we'll talk about it. No collusion. No collusion now. No collusion. And and so those who are waiting on the mullahs report. Just learn a lesson in power. Oh, man. Dick would all white man. Debut Nells with after this whole white man stick with all white bit at work. Okay. So don't ever get fooled by that? Now, the matter whether you're democrat or Republican or white men stick widow, white, man. So that's going in debt. There's really nothing else to say about it. You know that let you back just right off the rip four four eight nine two two seven zero three four four eight nine two two seven zero three lot. You know, when you just sit at your God has his curious way. Sometimes making you just do what you need you to do it sometime. You just slow you down. And I'm listening all weekend. My phone has been ringing people trying to get me come here and there, and I haven't even answered it. So if you called me, I was not being discourteous I'll just resting based on what the doctor said. So that's how that went. But now back up now. So my my responsibility to give the Deva hill all week long. So. That's what we're gonna do four four eight nine two two seven zero three somebody just desma. Glad you bag looking. I'm glad I'm back to consider now other options all. Thank you know. It's a beautiful day to be back to India. I thought it just up but don't belong does. She gets you to consult the Weber. Got me like a hookah on the front row at Easter Sunday service. I just thought maybe me warm, but no woman here four four eight nine two two seven zero three five the phone lines five the phone lines been happening since I was out for weekend and five days. And so and. But feel a whole lot better feel stronger. And so it's all good. A couple of things I've been watching though, I was just watching. How'd y'all go to the KOMO mechanically? And just shoot up department two days in a row. It is not even being talked about. I'm just trying to I was about to get out of the bed on Thursday or Friday when I saw that. I said, nah, that's what we're doing. Now. Now over in that area. Now, I mean, you know, 'cause I was born in mechanicsville. So you know on Whitehall's tariffs. Why tears and that's why I was born by the time. I turned to we moved over off a prior oh still live to this very day. I'll lived in two places in Atlanta mechanicsville in overall prior wrote. And then after I went to college and got left college bought the house across the street. My mum on one corner, Mona holier. That we do it. And so I live, but at two places in fifty three years in Atlanta. So I'm just sitting at it. Boy did get out his car van has been driven by why does shoot up play twenty one shots and indiscriminately in people's homes. That's all last Sunday. Believe it why did he come back Monday by six thirty in the morning. Do the same thing over again. And you have heard a peep out of people. Even pain trying to get up put on my suit to get out there because the mayor the police chief public safety people and everybody else. How ya won't let these domestic terror terrorize a whole neighborhood and nothing said and then one street over you got blood sets in and land kings and everybody else over there, y'all only tough with us. Then I look at TV. That's why I say I do that cut TV all on watch Jerry Springer and and I just had to watch Jerry Springer mar Povich then I seen the man who's gonna kit. These seven eight year old woman up in New York. I would try to buy tickets to New York. Y'all know. How do you wish the negro world ride in modern? I still, you know. It is you know, you have to sometimes keep a little bit of your goon in you. Guys, rumbled a few yo, you know. Probation. And if the line of fierce is captured in some kind of way, you would be a long time. Don't ever get rid of all the you know, I'm around preachers and deacons in heels in a couple of cripples. And they say they arrested the demand. On Sunday, bible cheered. As it was. He was his laic missing. Because if his lead when we're not doing our job. Man should have been having the wanted them little stomps. You know, how you wrapped up in the bandage..
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"chief public safety" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"In fact, when I drive around, and I see the price of a gallon of gas, which I'm told it's going to go to a dollar ninety a gallon. If one service station says two eight the other one says to eighteen I guarantee you I'm going into one that says two oh eight. Aren't you? Because you want to save money. Except when it comes to healthcare. And this is my guest at one oh five she wrote, a great column in the Wall Street Journal about this everything in our life is germane to what does it cost? But when I go to my doctor at no point what I sit down with my doctor or my dentist. Dr Tara harden? Dr harden is the best there is and talk about price while I'm in the chair. You don't do that. Right. Would you go up to your if you're a woman senior guy? No, you're going to be talking by the way, how much is it going to cost and you just show up? Here's my card, and you go in your insurance company is spilled you might have a co pay. I don't think about cost when it comes to medical care. And arguably the number one thing as a consumer in my life as my body, and my soul, but I can't go to a pharmacist to get a drug to affect my soul. So my body is kind of important to me. So when I go to Adrian pharmacy, or or I go to see Dr Kerry Arcus or I go see Dr Fisher at the Norwood pavilion there for a checkup or whatever I don't say, no women. This is going to cost me. And none of us do that. And my guest at one o'clock says it's a problem because we ought to be able to have an an adult discussion about doctors about rays of an MRI is about a org valve replacement about whatever it is. You got going on? What's it going to cost me as consumers? We don't care what it costs because the insurance company or Medicare, Medicaid, generally insurance company. My case anthem, I assume they're going to look out for my interest, and they're gonna pay then I got a co pay, and I pay this is how we've been conditioned to think about medical care for the last twenty or thirty years and the good old days back. When men remain engagement, you happy you had a relationship with the doctor the doctor were charging you would pay it. Now doctors offices have to be owned by hospitals, and there's bills and insurance companies and the government involvement. You have to have somebody several people in your office this hand. Alling insurance, and my guest at one zero five says that is a serious mistake. Obamacare, exasperated exaggerated that difficulty by making it even more government involvement. So the government under the ACA would say how much you can charge when you can charge. It would sign up large numbers of individuals put them into groups the person lost the ability to negotiate or to talk about price with a doctor. In fact, you can't do it. And the system we're headed toward is one in which you can't go to a private system. You might recall, and I gotta talk about cow plus shared a minute. Just you and I talking now on an expert on pharmaceutical drugs about two months ago on my Sunday night show. And I asked him a rather basic question. I remember the answer. I I can't recall some great pharmaceutical discovery or invention coming out of Africa. Or asia. Or europe. And he's so simple reason the American consumer pays the money that drives all drug creation and also new medical apparatus isn't appliances that the American consumer does all that. And the rest of the world does basically does nothing. Do great medical achievements, come out of communist, red China or Russia or Turkey or Zaire or Denmark? Hell no because they have a government run system. And the government will say we'll pay this amount of money for this procedure. And that's it the consumer doesn't matter and the government says while you're getting to hold. You're not getting a hip replacement. The government will tell you in Canada England, by the way, you're seventy eight years old. We're not giving you a new knee. You're not on the list or you can get on a list, but it takes months and months and months to see a doctor. Does the government runs? And then the government will say, well, you got a six year old boy with pediatric brain cancer. But his prognosis is terrible. He's not gonna live. So we're not gonna we're not going to approve these medical procedures. There's the government says we have this much money to spend per patient per American, and that's it. And so when you have an influx of twenty two million illegal immigrants in America, which we currently have twenty two million. They go to the emergency rooms to go to doctors offices. They're gonna is a babies they have complications, and they pay nothing. So those of us who work for a living and actually indirectly pay for own medical care because of the cost of signing up last month and this month for your company plan built into that price that you're paying is the medical expenses for twenty two million illegal aliens who pay nothing and on top of that two million or so locked up in federal and state prisons. County jails they pay nothing add on top of that the forty million Americans on Medicaid. They basically pay nothing. So those of us who actually pay the bills those of us who work people like you. And I have built in our premium our medical expenses the medical expenses for your husband for your wife or your children. And on top of that the medical expenses of twenty two million illegal aliens who pay nothing the two million or so locked up in federal state local prisons, everyone thirty five to forty million on Medicaid. Your premium reflects the payment to an insurance company and to the government for all those other expenses that you have nothing to do with you. So my next guest talks about breaking that medical industrial complex and coming up with a system that makes more sense. Now the politicians are not incentivized to do that. Because they're paid big money through the anthems through the Blue Cross through the middleman through the providers, they're paid millions of money millions of dollars to fund their campaign. But wouldn't it be interesting? If we had a system or consumers like you, and I would have discussions about those providing services ahead of time to discuss whether or not the expense is very good very high and whether we can afford it, but that doesn't happen anymore. Got knock on wood. I've been blessed with a good physical body. I haven't spent one night in the hospital in my whole life at some point. I soon like every other human being my body is going to break down and about ninety percent of your lifelong health expenses are spent the last two years of your life at some point. I'll go down that long road. And at the end, if I'm if I'm fortunate to live into my late eighties nineties and have a lot of medical expenses at the end government systems. Do not pay old folks for medical procedures. I can recall about ten years ago twelve years ago. My mother who was out point was eighty years old had a three way heart bypass that would not be approved today by almost anybody. And so when you have the government controlling healthcare number one, you have rationing of healthcare and number two, you have no miracle drugs medical procedures appliances apparat. Because the system doesn't build that in this expert from three weeks ago, and I got to talk about cow. Plus, you said to me that every drug that comes to market has at least a five hundred million dollar expense to each individual drug that comes to market because of the research the development the employee cost the trials five hundred million dollars per drug and of the drugs that begin the process and many times complete the process only one out of ten actually hit the market. So the cost of not prescriptive drugs has to bear the price of nine out of ten trials that did not work on other drugs, and the one drug that made it through like the salmon going upstream, the one drug that made it through still has a cost north of five hundred million dollars. So that one little pill has got to recover all those expenses of research and development of all the drugs that didn't make it through the system. Can you smell when I'm cooking and? The American consumer. It is off that developed the hundreds of miracle drugs that we have today the rest of the world doesn't do it. Because it's a government run system in Japan and Russia and China and India, Pakistan, most of Africa has no medical system or in Europe or Central America or South America. Do you think the status economically of Central America today is such that there's going to be miracle drugs coming out of Nicaragua? Hell, no. So we're bearing all those expenses for the world. That's why our costs are. So high. Now that's coming up at one of five two or five today is your friend and mine sergeant Dan hills. As a parent as a grandparent as someone that's been seven hills school there on red Bank road, and it's a fabulous institution. I think it costs like twenty thousand dollars a year to go there. They have kids that are in the first grade all the way through high school. There are leading teams are very good, of course, deer park beats them basketball all the time. But that's a different story. They have really good teams and Madeira boy soccer beat the seven hills. Boy soccer team to win the regional title. But I regret I redressed. I regret that that is a great institution. Cow plush in April somehow with an event that is cannot be duplicated. It's one of those things that you can't plan against it's it's serendipitous in the worst kind of way goes into his Honda odyssey in order to get some equipment out of the back, which is behind the third seed, he gets onto the third seed reaches behind it. The whole thing flips him upside down and because the chest compressions he dies horribly over probably twenty or thirty minute period during which he dialed nine one one twice connecting with the operator. Once cops were dispatched thinking, they had some woman who was locked outside of her car because the voice of a young cow plush to the nine one one operator sound, like a female voice. So the cops don't get out of their car. Look around the lot thinking the looking for a woman either locked outside or locked inside of a car without having a description of the kind of car it was they were not told it was a twentieth. Three Honda odyssey. It was a vehicle. They didn't know exactly weren't a hell. It was. So the cops don't get other car a roll around a little bit. They can't see anybody in distress, and they leave and horribly cow plush ties in an event that cannot be duplicated anywhere in the world ever. Again. Would you agree? It's just serendipitous is like a meteor fell out of the sky hitching, the head and your debt, it just it could happen anybody at any point, you know, excrement happens and excrement happen here. So the Kyle's mom and dad have been fabulous the last eight months in pursuing this. There have been three separate investigations every conceivable party has given statements as to what happened during this really few seconds of a telephone call that is one of tens of thousands every month that nine one one gets tens of thousands of calls incredible calls, and if you're a cop getting calls, he could spend your entire shift is responding nine. One one calls and probably half of the calls are bullcrap. The. Not emergencies or this kids having fun. And so they worked hard to have city council and the county Kenton county Clermont county wherever it is upgrade the nine one one system. Now, you go online you put an pertinent data that we have three dogs two cats grandma's in the basement, you can put whatever you want to put into it. So when you dial nine one one that pops up on the screen. There's two dogs. Three cats grandma's in the basement, and which is needed information. The plush family now has gone too far. Enough is enough three separate investigations their resolution now is in civil court. That's where they need to go. Was Honda odyssey at fault was the nine one one system at fault. The answer's yes. On that. Or the cops at fault. I don't know about that. It's iffy. The didn't break any laws policies or procedures. But are getting out of their car. Now chief of police I six put out a new plan. You gotta guy your car, and I guess there's a reticence or an apprehension about them going to the civil law system to get recompense, which is where they need to go. It looks to me like Honda odyssey. The Enquirer did a story a couple of days ago. And this might have had other problems with the third seat flipping the third. The third seat flips upside down and folds into the compartment, and according to inquire another family complained about that odyssey. Backseat flipping latch didn't fit properly. Now, they're going after Kris measurement, and this and this press release this morning that said following up on the questions concerns down defied was expected to last week's law and public safety meeting, however chair Christopher smitherman has not taken any additional steps and the president of the collective bargaining units have counsel their members to not submit to any additional interviews. So now, the plush family is going after Dan Hill's the police department and Christopher smitherman. As if they've not done enough. They have done. It's never enough. If I lost, my son and not horrible fashion. I would be on a holy crusade and a jihad like they are I get that from a public policy perspective city council the police department the chief public safety have done what they can do. And what they can do is not enough because there is never enough unless cow plush comes back to life that's enough, but they have had three separate investigations out of cost of tens of thousands of dollars. Cops had given repeated statements about what happened nothing's going to change this. They want their son back, and I get that. And will not happen and their Justice now lies in the court system to sue the responsible parties, which may be the city of Cincinnati, which may have governmental immunity may not don't know..
"chief public safety" Discussed on WRVA
"That the arrested didn't seem agitated he was fairly calm as he, was, led, away Their instincts overall was that this was a deliberate acts in the was driving at speed into the various side of the house the parliament would you course is one of the most protects focused upon areas of London, sums of security at, least eleven people killed when part. Of a highway bridge collapsed in northern Italy, at least five people were injured a first responder. Says at least twenty cars, and trucks plunged more than two hundred and fifty feet during a sudden and violent storm seven people. Arrested in three police officers were injured during the one. Year anniversary of the unite the right rally in Charlottesville according to the new police chief. Public safety director Brian Moran on the weekend. Events I want to thank many of the protesters They came they protested they. Are related their grievances manner that was peaceful In observed other people peace other. Person's safety concerns you know the first amendment is tough in public safety you must balance our. Bill of rights a, first amendment and other rights without a public safety it's not always easy but I think what we observe this weekend we accomplish that. The Democratic Party have Virginia suing election officials to remove an independent candidate amid allegations that at least thirty. Five signatures on the petition to get on, the ballot were forge GOP congressmens Taylor staff help gathered those signatures Virginia vast Gators say they found no evidence of. Abuse at a state facility for emigrant juveniles the governor ordered the problem following a lawsuit filed on behalf. Of the young immigrants being. Held at the Shannon doa valley juvenile center we should find out today a Paul Manafort. Will testify at his. Trial in, Alexandria on. Bank fraud and tax evasion federal prosecutors have rested Their case against the president's former campaign chairman history a Bank executive testified that. He found inconsistencies in, manafort's application for sixteen million dollars in loans ban faces a life sentence if convicted the defense hasn't said whether he'll testify former White. House aide Amara Samanta goal Newman releasing more recording she says her of Trump campaign officials discussing how to spin it if how to spend Donald Trump's, alleged use of the n word during taping of his TV show the apprentice alma Rosa's book unhinged being released today. Checking your money the Dow up fifty eight the NASDAQ is up five and the s&p is up seven. Your next news at ten. Thirty eight cooler start to the morning temperatures walking out the door in the low sixties. This afternoon high temperatures Here's.
"chief public safety" Discussed on WRVA
"Focused upon areas of London and stems of security, dozens feared dead after, a highway bridge collapsed in northern. Italy in the city of Geneva one witness, says he could see at least eight to nine. Vehicles crushed under the rubble, police say the more than six hundred foot section came down during a severe storm seven people arrested. And three police officers were injured during the one year. Anniversary of the unite the ride rally in Charlottesville according to the new police chief public. Safety director Brian Moran on the weekend events. I want to thank many of the protesters They came they protested they articulated. Their grievances in a manner that was peaceful In observed other people peace. Other person's safety concerns you know the first amendment is tough in public safety you must balance. Our Bill of rights. A first, amendment and. Other rights without a public safety it's not always easy I think what. We observe this weekend We accomplish that the Democratic Party of Virginia suing, election officials to remove an independent candidate Emil allegations that at least thirty five signatures on the petition to get on the ballot were forged GOP congressman. Scott Taylor staff help gather. Those signatures we should find out today a Paul Manafort will testify at his trial in Alexandria on Bank. Fraud and tax evasion ABC's Maggie Rulli federal prosecutors have rested their case. Against the president's former campaign chairman history a Bank executive testified that he found inconsistencies in manafort's. Application for sixteen million dollars. In loans Manafort faces a life sentence if convicted the defense hasn't said whether he'll testify more flooding possible today in, the northeast down by heavy rain ABC's areo Rashif high water rescues across.
"chief public safety" Discussed on WRVA
"Checked his watch at the time when he saw. The car crush that he in his assessment I witnessed was that it wasn't, a simple car crushed it was a deliberate attempts by that driver to drive into those barriers, last March four people were killed by a man on a bridge near parliament the suspect killed by police after he fatally stabbed. A police officer on the grounds of parliament seven people were arrested and three police officers were injured during the one year anniversary. Right rally, in Charlottesville according to the new New police chief public safety director Brian Moran on the weekend events I want to thank many of the protesters They came they protested they articulated. Their grievances in a manner that was peaceful In observed other people peace. Other person's safety concerns you know the first amendment is tough in public safety you must. Balance our Bill of, rights a first amendment other rights without a, public safety it's not always easy but I think what we observe this weekend we accomplish that the Democratic Party of Virginia suing election officials remove an independent candidate amid allegations that at least thirty five signatures on the petition to get on the ballot were forged GOP congressman Scott, Taylor staff help gathered signatures for the independent candidate and attorney representing Sean Brown says the suit is. Another example of the desperateness of a bankrupt ideology based on bullying and duplicity Virginia investigators say they found no evidence, of abuse at a state facility. For emigrant, juvenile's the. Governor ordered the probe following a lawsuit filed on behalf Of the young immigrants being, held at the. Shenandoah valley juvenile center we, should find out today a Paul Manafort will testify at, his trial, in, Alexandria on Bank fraud. And tax, evasion ABC's Maggie Rulli federal prosecutors have rested. Their case against the president's former campaign chairman history a Bank executive testified that he found. Inconsistencies in manafort's application, for sixteen million dollars in loans faces a, life sentence if convicted the defense hasn't said whether he'll testify folks bracing for more flooding in the northeast today an area deluge by heavy rain ABC's aerial Rashif high.