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Shooting Outside San Antonio Sports Bar Kills 3, Wounds 2
"A man opened fire outside of a sports bar in San Antonio early yesterday morning on the East side. Police chief William McManus has an argument had broken out inside the boom boom sports bar and the shooting took place after the suspect went outside and grabbed a rifle out of his vehicle. Long gun came back started shooting in the air on the way back to the bar encountered a number of people in the parking lot. At the end of that encounter. Five people were shot. Three of the victims died. The other two are in critical condition. Police are still searching for the shooter. Get the latest news anytime
Two Dead, One Officer Wounded in San Antonio Shooting
"Following an officer involved shooting in San Antonio Chief William McManus. The driver, pulled a gun and started firing at the officer. The officer was hit in the hand on my understanding is once in the radio is on the radio as well. He retreated backward. The officer returned fire, killing two suspects and wounding a third, The S and
What Would Happen If Chabot Dam in the East Bay Hills Broke Open?
"What would happen if chicago damn cracked open an empty the lake behind it onto neighborhoods in san leandro and east oakland. It's an alarming thought. We asked cake. Ud's dan bricky. Who's reported on safety issues at california's oroville dam to find the answer. Holly and vickers kings question is a really good one because it reminds us that all dams pose risks of some kind given the nature of the job they perform holding back huge volumes of water they can turn from placid lake into deadly torrent. If unleashed all at once. They deserve very close attention. When that attention lapses catastrophes can do happen in late may eighteen eighty nine flood. Water overflowed badly maintained private dam in western pennsylvania. Triggering its collapse. A wall of water race down the valley below a century later. Historian david mccullough said. The johnstown flood was so vividly alive in the local consciousness. I grew up in western pennsylvania. I'd heard about the johnstown flood my whole life as children. We used to shout run for the hills. The damas busted little knowing what real terror is in those words. The flood wiped entire towns off the map and killed twenty. Two hundred people in california owns its own special chapter in the history of dam disasters with a tragedy that unfolded more than ninety years ago in a remote canyon fifty miles north of downtown los angeles from the day. The saint francis dam opened in one thousand nine hundred twenty six. It leaked the folks in the farm. Towns downstream used to joke. They'd see you later if the damn don't break on march twelfth nine hundred twenty eight. The saint francis damn disintegrated just hours after it was pronounced sound by los angeles water. Chief william mulholland who had designed and built the two year old structure when the massive concrete dam broke apart water raised more than fifty miles to the pacific ocean killing about four hundred fifty people along the way but those events one hundred thirty years ago in johnstown ninety some years ago in los angeles county sound like ancient history much more recently california. Got a lesson in how dangerous and costly failure of even part of a major dam can be failure ambiance spillway structure results in an uncontrolled. Lisa flood waters from link oroville and eating evacuation from the low twenty. Seventeen collapse the spillway at oroville dam in the northern sierra foothills one hundred thirty miles northeast of san francisco touched off a series of events that lead local officials to order one hundred eighty eight thousand people to flee their homes. This is not a drill. Repeat this is not a drill. Spill ways are crucial to preventing overtopping. That's what happens. When a reservoir rises over the top of the dam and simply spills over a spillway is like an emergency valve. Damn managers can open to safely release water from a reservoir bills over the top but back in february twenty seventeen oroville dam spillway began to disintegrate just as a series of winter storms dumped huge amounts of rain across northern california without a fully functioning. Spillway lake oroville rose rapidly water poured over a hillside that was supposed to serve as an emergency spillway. That emergency spillway began to fail to leading to the mass evacuation. In the aftermath investigators found the emergency spillway was ill conceived and the main spillway was badly designed poorly built and inadequately maintained. So how is should bowe damn different from all those bad dams and what does east bay mud have to say about. Chaba cracking open and unleashing catastrophe on the east bay. Simple answer to that question is that the dam would never crack open. That's jimmy yolly east bay mud director of engineering and chief damn safety officer he oversees the district twenty six times including chabad. Damn the reality is that the dams are designed such that. They don't just crack open. You will see signs of a failure if one is to occur and The dan's designs with monitoring equipment to make sure that you can see that happening if it was a east bay mud confidence that a dam built within a quarter mile of a dangerous fault will stand up to violent shaking. Let's take a look at how the dam was first built. Nearly one hundred fifty years ago and how it's been maintained since
"chief williams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"How was it presented because that's a big part of it as well. I want to get to that in a moment before we do that, though. We've got to get it over to Taylor Kepner up. She's got breaking news came to our breaking news. Just into the Katya, our newsroom 2250 new coronavirus cases and seven new deaths today in Arizona, just under 3700. New diagnostic tests were processed overnight. I'm gonna have more on this breaking numbers coming up in less than 15 minutes on Katya are but to get breaking news notifications right to your phone. Download the key to our news app or go to Katie Jr dot com For more Thank you, Taylor So the numbers will get into a little more detail but over a 60% positive right overnight. 22 50 in In positive test 36 95 intestine were completed. But yesterday it was the other way around. It was only about a 7% positive rate. So that's got you Combine those two days. It's a much closer to what we're seeing is accurate. And that's part of the reason why you gotta go with averages over over a week or so. And not every day. This fluctuation is all over the place. We'll get to this. Maurin a few moments so back to the challenge. Coin story. I want you to hear that this ABC 15 report and they're asking about Chief Williams and the knowledge deposition show. The chief was questioned about the coin in 2019 full year after the deposition, Attorneys against the city found a records request seeking documents regarding any actions against officers related to the coin. The department's answer the run in old records because the queen was not a department sponsored or funded coin. So.
"chief williams" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"The extra that was published in entrepreneur. Which you'll find a link to in the show notes tells how a rather odd meeting with steve jobs. And jeff bezos Laid the groundwork for the kindle. The story that i've never heard before and i. I have a feeling this book might be full of them. Unfortunately i was not able to schedule an interview with the authors. Their virtual book tour. I think i get started that process a little late but maybe be a chance to catch up with one or both of them later. My guest next week is going to be patrick. Wola hand and he is Worked at amazon and he has been overseeing the kindle updates. i reached out to them quite a while ago. And we were talking about the latest update for the oasis. And the paperweight kindle So he's going to tell us what amazon tries to do these updates. I think we may get a chance to talk about that. Patch that i told you about last week. This kind of a an extra story to the most recent update on monday darlene. And her sister debonair will to our next rental. This'll be the third and last rental of our. Stay down here this winter we will be in a house next to a golf course on the bay side of santa bell so i i might actually rent some clubs and see if i can remember anything about golf from After about a thirty year. Hiatus when i played in casper wyoming each move there were doing in the island is becoming more of an undertaking because we keep buying stuff at amazon and Durling bought a chair. That i'm gonna have to put on the top of the tesla and hold With my arm out the driver's side window and try to pick a quiet time to cross periwinkle to get it from this house to the next one. I kind of amazed that we're halfway through our stay here but we're we're all loving it and we've already booked a waterfront condo for december which will be the start of next year's winter exploration of the island We're getting lots of time to figure out what we might like if we have a chance to buy something here. And that's going to depend on the waking up of the still dormant Real estate market for condos in downtown denver. Thanks for listening. Great to have you with me here on santa bell and i hope you have a good week take care..
"chief williams" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Today is january. Twenty ninth twenty twenty one and i'm coming to you from santa bella island in florida this week. I spoke with police. Chief william dalton. He's the police chief of santa bell. And i wanted to talk to him about the island's unusual traffic management philosophy They have no street lights and they get thirteen thousand cars a day a all tend to well they'll have to go off and on one main drag whole heard in way to get to the causeway back to the mainland and they have traffic cops. Well how does that work. Chief dalton will explain it to us and he'll also talked about covid how he reads books and whether or not he reads murder detective mysteries and it was a fun conversation. I hope you enjoy. I'll also tell you about amazon's rapidly growing truck force for delivery of packages About revealing portrait of an amazon third party seller That appeared in the new york. Times which i in. The past isn't always. I thought done a great job covering amazon but they have a new person writing stories. Who is i think. Fair and insightful. Very interesting that. I'm glad to see on the amazon beat at the times. Let's jump in the first news story. i'd like to talk to. You is from the information. That's a tech It's an online tech news. Letter that i subscribe to i really. They've had some terrific stories and this is an example of one it's by paris. Martineau titled amazon expands. Secretive trucking program and it was published in january twenty fifth. It's about something called amazon freight partner program af p which in the past year has signed up more than one hundred thirty small trucking companies worldwide to transport exclusively for amazon and nearly one hundred of those one hundred thirty in the us. They have least over one. Thousand one hundred amazon branded tractors now tractor is the part of the truck that pulls the semi behind it. So they've got eleven. Hundred of these amazon brandon tractors pulling semis full of amazon stuff around the country by comparison. You've we've all seen a lot of walmart trucks and yes. There are about seven thousand. Four hundred walmart tractors hauling goods in the us but that's taken decades. I mean that's what to amazon is. Walmart is built up. You know much longer than the brief period of time that amazon has been building out its truck fleet. And they've also made big investments. That cargo jets last delivery vans and even continuing our d. on drones. So what they're really doing. This article says quoting an analyst is building their own all inclusive transportation network. And that as is amazon's way is part of a longer vision broader vision to become a force in middle mile trucking from amazon facilities in addition to last mile the last mile initiative which is not Launched in twenty and that he is going to give amazon the chance to sell trucking services to other companies including retailers such as taller doing and they apparently aspire to be a top five us freight broker catering to big corporate customers. If this reminds you of amazon web services aws. I think that that's a pretty natural connection. There is something which amazon did justice support the amazon dot com webpage all of cloud servicing and.
DRAGONFLY: Person of Interest
"Once in a lifetime you meet someone who changes everything. Call it coincidence. Destiny or fate. But when rose mcgowan met brett kanter she felt an instant connection with him. Although the relationship was cut short by tragedy rose never forgot breath and he continued to hold a special place in her heart. She remembers the initial kindness. He showed her and always remained hopeful that one day she would help solve his murder. The opportunity presented itself when she met future. La police chief. William bratton in early two thousand. We spoke with rose via foam to learn more about brett's final days and how she persuaded. Lapd take another look at his cold case in two thousand six rose. Please take me back to the first day that you met. The first day was that i met. Brett kanter was really the first night i met brett cantu which seems very fitting. I was actually at an after our. It was in hollywood and i believe it was on vine street and i was with my sister and i managed to escape a couple of times from kind of being held in a strange situation. As you mentioned in one of the previous episodes by my then boyfriend so time i managed to escape and kinda live the life of someone who is young. I was nineteen or about to turn. Nineteen and i didn't smoke so i never really knew what to do with myself and i. I don't really never drank very much. So i was sitting on a bench inside of the after hours and color set and blonde ahead kind of bops towards me ablaze down on the bench across my lap. Looks up at me and says you're going to go out with me. But i am going to take a nap And we did. Oh well not like. How would you describe if someone were to ask you his patently. Were you also said you mentioned that. There's a a line about him in in a previous episode. Was i wrote this in my book. Brave and i call them the pied piper of people. I've never really seen anything like it. And i was coming out of a period of right in the eating disorder. And so i didn't speak very much. In fact the first date i had to fret asked my sister to come along so she could speak for me charming but he still likes anyway and it wasn't like living with someone not but it was really a boyfriend girlfriend. Relationship is kind of strange semi hostage thing by you. Know with just kind of rain bova. Person i'd never known anybody that knew so many people until later when cliff. His brother brett was just really like magnetic. And yeah these incredible blue eyes and it was just funny. He wasn't like oh. This little skinny guy was skinny. Chicken legs long. Shorts is like not that. I had a tight but i wouldn't have thought it him. He's just so brash. But in a really non noxious way any. Listen i wanna telling you my story and telling him how no treated and and he cared and Like you also say in another episode. He didn't really have people or temporal girls. I guess and maybe as others you know pays no friends but he didn't really socialize at his apartment.
"chief williams" Discussed on WJR 760
"Doing with all police officers do trying to protect people this city and he gave us life. The officer's bullet riddled car was found crashed into a playground on the city's west side. A second person inside, also dead. But chief Williams says they don't yet know how and asking for the public's help Anybody that saw anything, anybody that knows anything call our homicide unit chief says The fallen officer was a 25 year veteran of the force in Cleveland. Jack Callahan. Fox News, The prisoner at the Wayne County Jail, who will beat a death beat to death. A jail guard two nights ago may have put something inside the jail. Cell door during a night time lock down to keep that jail cell door from closing in what appeared to be a planned attack according to information coming from the jail. State regulators say that one of two paramedics who were tending to a south field woman who was declared dead but discovered alive two weeks ago misled a doctor on the phone about the woman's condition. Seven police officers have been suspended after the release of a video from March showing a hood being placed on the head of a black man in police custody who later died in Rochester, New York, The mayor of Rochester, New York, says she was misled by the police chief at the time of the death. Governor. Wittmer says she'll watch closely as Jim's reopen and high school sports comeback in Michigan. Wittmer says that things have improved and much more is known about Corona virus did not know how critical massing Wass and what an important tool that wass it was suggested. You said that we had to conserve those miss for our Health care professionals, and now we know each of us 10 practice face safe measures. Just I'm asking up with a cloth. Now. Former governor Snyder says he's part of a bigger effort. Not connected to the Lincoln Project, which has Republicans against Trump, as Snyder now comes out for Biden, the Lycan projects somewhat related to the group. I'm involved with bind with a different group. The Republicans and independents for by the Lincoln Project actually runs a lot of negative ads, and I don't really look like negative ads I've never have, and I haven't running myself so I'm not a positive front to say, Let's talk about what we need to do. Not just what we don't like. Stocks have turned negative. The Dow and the S and P are down and the NASDAQ is down. More than 30 points..
"chief williams" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"News radio 1200 w Way I two teens are dead following a downtown, shooting three men and a woman ranging from 16 to 19. Was shot in their car downtown off south Olive and Iran's is Avenue last night when a white SUV pulled up next to them and opened fire. Police chief William McManus says he believes it was a targeted attack. But well, I mean, you know my reaction. Is this a senseless It's it's insane. There's nothing that I could say that with any sense to it at all. No arrests have been made. The driver was killed at the scene and the others were sent to the hospital where the female later died. A Dallas police officers hospitalized in stable condition after being dragged as he tried to arrest two men. The incident began Saturday with a call about the men selling drugs near the Dallas nor tollway. The suspects were both wanted for other warrants, and the officer was dragged the vehicle left the scene. Police later arrested. The dragging suspect has been identified as 27 year old Jesse Foz. He faces a charge of assault on a public servant. Bear county deputies busted a rooster fighting operation in the southeast part of the county Sunday afternoon on the south side. So far, three people have been arrested in 21 citations oven issued Deputy sees 52 roosters and found another six rooster's dead at the scene. 110 new Covert 19 cases were reported in Bear County on Sunday. Officials also reported nine new death bringing the county's death told 802. The number of covert 19 hospitalizations in the county continues to fall and is now at 366. Koven 19 rates are dropping. And now some school districts are planning to bring kids back to class with some school districts like the San Antonio I SD planning to bring about 10% of kids back after Labor Day, but experts feel it might be too soon. Dr. Giancarlo sits on the governor's covert task force. We're in a very, very tenuous place right now. We certainly want to get back to having kids in school, but I think that there is a risk. He's fighting back against the notion that kids are immune, he says. They can get sick from Corona virus and some get really sick. The suspect in the murder of a Fort Hood soldier and two other people in Colleen is under arrest in Mississippi Police arrested 21 year old Bernard Murrow Friday morning in the town of Newton. Morrow's charged with capital murder for the shooting deaths of 23 year old specialist Freddy Dela Cruz of Fort Hood, as well as to other adults in their early twenties. All three were shot to death and a unit of the Summerlin Apartments and Colleen in mid March. Texas Democrats are making one last stab at expanding the States use of voting by mail in the November election. The party's lawyer will appear before a federal appeals court today to claim that a state law denying male and ballots to most Texans under the age of 65 is unconstitutional Age discrimination. State and federal appeals courts have already tossed out the Texas Democratic Party's earlier attempts to expand male and voting as a safer alternative amid the pandemic. Eh? NBA players have a list of demands and here in Bear County, at least one is being met. The players who boycotted games want their home stadiums to be turned into voting sites. That was something that Bear county had already been working on. The county owns Thie T Center and commissioner Justine Rodriguez says the Spurs support the move. They have been fully supportive from the ownership on down, Teo, you know, as we know coach Popovich being advocates for voter access Misters Court this week will be talking about the plans as well as setting up other voting centers. Places like the Isles of our shrine, where there's plenty of room, but they have to do it soon. Early Voting starts October 15th Michael board NewsRadio 1200 W. White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows is laying out what could lead to a deal on a new stimulus bill on NBC's Meet The Press, Meadows said President Trump would be willing to sign a bill with enhance unemployment benefit levels that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi could agree with. Same thing goes when it comes to helping small businesses, daycares and hospitals. Talks on a new stimulus package between the White House and Democrats have installed for weeks. The Republican led Senate is not expected to return from their recess until the day after Labor Day. Well, we've come to depend heavily on video conferencing Geoff Ellen Jura. Bloomberg has this and focus report. All kinds of business dealings have moved online since the pandemic started, office conferences, corporate shareholder meetings, classes, the political conventions, TV interviews and even trade meetings with China are conducted. Virtually a recent zoom outed showed how much we depend on video conferencing, a major service disruption prevented educators, students and also business employees from Accessing it. Service. Bloomberg Enterprise Technology reporter Nico Grants a Zoom went from virtual unknown to virtually indispensable as many as 300 million meeting participants today rely on this company for essential digital services and communications. Zoom has bolstered its infrastructure to help handle the load. It also has to defend its turf. It has faced a lot of competition from Google Hangout..
5 injured in shooting at San Antonio flea market
"People were wounded today when gunfire broke out during an argument at a flea market in San Antonio. There were multiple shooters to include a security guard return fire at one of them. That was shooting. San Antonio Police Chief William McManus is the five who were shot were all involved in the argument. And then no one else in the flea market was injured. Multiple weapons were recovered, and police say they found more than 100 shell casings at the scene and investigation continues.
U.S. believes that Russia is denigrating Biden
"Intelligence officials believe Russia is using a variety of measures to denigrate Democrat Joe Biden ahead of the November presidential election, and that individuals link to the Kremlin or boosting President Trump's reelection bid. That's according to a rare public statement today from U. S Counterintelligence chief William Vanina. The statement also says U. S officials that says that China prefers trump not win a second term and that Beijing has accelerated its criticism of the president and its efforts to shape American opinion and public policy.
"chief williams" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"V. interactive weather radar and that we don't have any shower activity we've got some sunshine a few clouds here eighty three in Orlando December warrior Clark Howard begins in just a couple of minutes protests over the death of Georgia Floyd will be arrested by police last week in Minneapolis spread to over a dozen cities nationwide including Orlando yesterday channelized again Allbritton covered several of those demonstrations we saw protests the group's going to city hall from the pulse memorial up to the courthouse back down to city hall through peer more towards camping world stadium and eventually after earlier getting on I. four and that being blocked off they also got on the four oh eight OPD says six people were arrested after that encounter on the four oh eight this morning police are investigating damaged several businesses near the mall at millennia next hour we're expecting to hear from Orlando mayor Dyer and police chief William people wonder why protester turning violent Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan Omar a Democrat was on ABC is warning people can't forget that image of George Floyd having the life choked out of him by a police officer who was supposed to protect and serve our community demonstrators and police clash in cities across the nation and another night of violence outside the White House during a thousand people protested the death of George Floyd national security adviser Robert o'brien knows who to blame for the violent protests happening around the nation these antifa militant radicals to come into our cities across state lines they're organized and use at five the top cocktails and and fireworks and and and gas to burn down our cities especially businesses my in minority neighborhoods that's got to be stopped and we expect law enforcement to get to the bottom of the for sure on CNN's state of the union of Brian called the antifa militant radicals Florida continues re opening after quarantining for corona virus for several months lego land is re opening tomorrow with some personal distancing rules still in a fact fewer cars on the road as equal to fewer car crashes highway officials say the number of traffic crashes in Florida dropped by fifty percent in April compared to the same time last year according to data from the department of highway safety and motor vehicles Florida driver's were involved in sixteen thousand one hundred and ninety one crashes last month that's compared to thirty three thousand six hundred and ninety two in April of last year think about it though people were at home socially distancing I was in no rush hour traffic and since bars and restaurants were closed they were less drunk drivers on the road the decline in crashes actually started back in March where there was a twenty five percent decrease over last year Randy Hastings news ninety six point five W. D. BO the NBA board of governors has met again.
"chief williams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Eleven thirty I'm Bob McLean here's our top story KTA are breaking we cannot and will not tolerate criminal activity which endangers our community well as you heard mine here on KTAR Phoenix police chief Jeri Williams address the violence that sparked in Phoenix during a protest over the George Floyd death KTA are smart them our joins us live with more that's right Bob chief Williams says her officers and demonstrated patience during the protests that was mostly peaceful until the end last night those that refused to leave through the late evening demonstrators damage police and civilian vehicles police businesses neighboring businesses even after officers continuously and declared the unlawful assembly eight people were arrested mostly for unlawful assembly I she said one driver was cited for traffic violations two officers were taken to the hospital for heat related complications but have since been released at least five fully marked Phoenix police vehicles as well as several bus stops windows at Phoenix police headquarters and windows and other buildings were damaged live in the new center I Martha Mauer KTAR news well hundreds of people packed the streets in downtown for last night's protest they were protesting the death of George Floyd while in police custody in Minnesota on Monday demonstration started at city hall and spilled out on to the streets our TV partners at ABC fifteen talk to Felicia meal at the scene about why she was protesting brother my grandfather my father in the street Floyd's death made the news this week when a video.
The realities of coronavirus aid distribution
"Stimulus money for the federal cares act was scheduled to start flowing tribes this month but there have been a few snakes. Currently the Treasury has yet to announce how they will distribute the entire eight billion tribal dollars in Corona Relief Funds Corona virus really funds but in addition the distribution of the money in the cares act is drawing considerable backlash from tribes over what they see as an inequities and it's becoming clear that a generous As the relief is it won't come close to some estimates for what is needed to spare tribes the worst of the damage To both public and health and local economies. One of the biggest fights in all of this is over aid going to Alaska. Native corporations a lawsuit filed by tribes and tribal organizations is on the table in federal court to try and stop the mill multibillion dollar for profit entities from getting money they say is intended for federally recognized tribes and of course Alaskan Native Corporation say otherwise today. We'll get more perspective on that but we'd also like to hear from you. What do you think about all of this or even eight billion dollars set aside for tribes? The number to join us is one eight hundred nine nine. Six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native today. We're GONNA start off in Alaska Mike Williams. He is a tribal chief of the AC EAC native community and he is Our pleasure to have him here with us. Chief Williams. Welcome good to be here. Thank you end Mike There seems to be a lot of shifting and changing when it comes to all of this including a hearing that took place this morning and anything you can report to us on the latest of what you heard in that hearing this morning. Well I got up five o'clock this morning and got in Alaska time at five thirty and And listen to the hearing this morning and and and I think success that I've heard this morning is That judge denied the DOJ from Extension to Monday and The schedule will be extended for twenty four hours only and And I heard that. Doj's brief Do this evening at five. Pm and And their reply will be Tomorrow noon and And the hearing begins tomorrow afternoon And you know things could change along the way. But that's what I heard this morning into Mike would actually is up in the air I think The dishes in for the Treasury to decide to into the Alaskan native corporations In Culver Nineteen money And that is in Dispute Right now and And that's what I'm hearing. And that's what's in there in. So Mike would was the justification that the the OJ used for wine and extension. What was it they were still working on. I am not sure I think Concerns that We have Was that The deadline is on Sunday. The April twenty six to distribute the money to the tribes and If there is an extension there's questions of That money You know Is who would be in question and But You know we're happy. That's judge I did not extended to Monday in for you Mike. If it were extended beyond Sunday what would that mean to you? Would you say that the government has not filled its obligation? Yes I think With the Emergency situation that we are in With the covert nineteen starring in our face that It's That money has to Land to the hands of tribal governments to fight this pandemic. That is Threatening are Community residents Right now we have seen And heard the stories of my grandmother In the pandemic of nineteen eighteen where there were mass deaths in ack-ack and other villages here and mass burials and that left a lot of orphans In our villages here and that didn't stop there with TB TB epidemic and but it's staring in our face and we cannot Delay that all that measures to To get to our tribal governments
"chief williams" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Chief William McManus five others hurt a cancer warning issued now for a popular weight loss drug the food and drug administration is warning that the prescription weight loss medicine bell feature may be associated with an increased risk of cancer the findings the results of a clinical trial assessing the safety of Belle beak and pelvic are ex also known as low Kasserine some twelve thousand people were started over a five year period and the FDA says that while they were unable to conclude that cancer was linked directly to our castor and they wanted to make sure the public was aware of the potential danger of cancerous tumors the agency also telling healthcare professionals to weigh whether the benefits of the drug exceed the potential risks the FDA approved the drug in twenty twelve sue Guzman fox news Terry talks about he and his wife stepping back from royal duties that's all you have made for my wife and all I have to step back is not one I made lightly there was so many months of talks of to for many years of challenges I don't know I haven't always go to the right but as far as this goes there really was no other option the prince of a charity dinner I'm Paul Stevens this is fox news you are not your diagnosis a medical chart is not your identity and vision loss does not define you you tried shows who you are and you are not alone because we are driven to to be a beacon of strength a champion of courage and the kids for home you are not alone because.
Boston police investigate after woman and children found dead
"Police in Boston aren't speculating publicly at least about whether a woman with children jumped from a high white rice parking garage to their deaths a woman and two children found unconscious outside in northeastern university parking garage in Boston early Wednesday afternoon all three later pronounced dead at the hospital Boston police chief William gross at this point this is a death investigation this investigation of course will be headed by just secretary Rachel Rahman's
"chief williams" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Calling Schiff of humans come in a tweet again blasting the impeachment investigation America is listening to fox news police chief William McManus describes it as a terrible terrible scene a thirty six year old man shot and killed his wife a thirty three year old woman inside a mobile home one sounds or is it more then shot himself the four kids were waiting outside of the car and one went in to check on them the twelve year old went in and found the both deceased on the floor died of gunshot wound which uses the couple have been arguing the woman went to the mobile home this morning to pick up her belongings so she could leave for good sunset station on the eastern edge of downtown hasn't been working train station for decades and it's changing its name to the S. B. as in honor of the southern Pacific railroad who built the landmark building in nineteen oh two they all stations now generally used as an event venue and there are plans to host concerts not much change in gas prices from last week to this but that's good news for those planning to drive over the thanksgiving holiday Josh super with triple a Texas is will stay steady through the end of November and statewide he says we're looking pretty good of course these are the least expensive gas prices across the country you know if you're headed out west areas like Arizona in California you are going to be paying a whole lot more for a gallon of regular unleaded the price is roughly two twenty six a gallon in San Antonio averaging about two seventeen a substitute teacher in el Paso told a student to speak English is under investigation that incident was captured on video in English classroom at a school in the score district the teachers of her telling a student to speak English because quote this is America and district officials later said investigations under way an appropriate action will be taken breaking news on the hour at the house but anytime at W. O. A. I. dot com brought to you by comfort air engineering I'm Kerry lucky on news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I love your water get.
"chief williams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Can I say it here yeah professional I mean I know what your opinion is and I appreciate the letter the open letter to the minute weapon of the Fenix PD that you wrote counseling cell to CCO I think it is below you I I I it's just really bad luck it's very unprofessional to CCO wrote a statement he titled it new chief Williams message from her point of view so he wrote this whole thing out where he's mocking her and he wants you to read it in her voice so it would be like Gerry Williams same Phoenix police love criminals make sure your start your visit with top ten beat beat up their police get arrested then blow off some steam take your family on a shopping expedition yes the whole family kids at all then make shorter run from our police in a fun car chase not only once but twice of course don't worry about those pesky pedestrians that might be in your way and if any of our police use nobody names all personally fire them so this is the C. seals writing but he's writing in the voice he thinks Williams would actually say and I hate to say it but he does make a few good points minus all the emoji so he could have made all these points in a more professional way but it's not as fun right once you're a council member once you're in the public eye I think you have to be professional and you can sign a more non politics not anymore see no wrong no no I mean you know trump USM OG's pelo so use them Jeez now we got to see see use an emoji his basic point is this he says chief Williams likes criminals more than her own police now I think that's ridiculous I know that's not the case but I still didn't like that she fired at least one of the one of the police officers last week I don't think she should have fired and I have a problem with that a couple of them I don't have a problem with but the one who was all alone at the beginning of that kind of slow kind of car chase in the shop lifting him you know the taking of the doll this was a he didn't stop there were no lights and sirens no but it doesn't mean it doesn't mean as a heist when police anyway it wasn't a high speed car chase all right you're right but they still didn't stop and then the one cop all by himself you know after twenty years on the force the overreact maybe a little bit yeah but that is to get fired I don't think so but that's not the story here the story here is councilman sal to CCO decided to you know go down a couple levels and give this parity Makine letter when he should have just been professional about it maybe we all feel how he did her but let's be professional yeah that's what you get paid to be yeah he's a politician there are actually more famous council they don't deserve to get paid they they all they all don't deserve well not when they write letters with the mod Jeez and use dollar signs FOR **** you're listening to the big for it for.
"chief williams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Police Jerry Williams to my right, you're right. Real change starts now to the people to the left to say that I need to listen. You're right. I'm listening. I'm sitting I'm listening. We are processing most of what she said last night, not well received. But this was probably the least liked, by the crowd. We'll change doesn't start with the police department. Real change starts with our community. All right. So mayor que geigo or other city, leaders were their community activists alleged victims, as well as KTAR reporter Peter Samora joins us now on Arizona's morning news. She clarified that statement, we should say, by the way, right after that. Yes, she had the rebound for that, even my heart sank a little bit when she made that comment I was wondering where she was going to go with that. In fact, the moderator Eric Bailey, had to say, well, let's unpack that statement a little bit. Then she took the Mike back and said, well, the police department is part of the community too. To and the community is part of the police department didn't seem to appease the crowd that much they were there pretty much too angry and express their disgust. Yeah. That's what I was going to ask. You did seem like people wanted to hear what chief Williams had to say or do they just wanna be heard invent? I think it was more of venting and screaming and claiming racism and of course excessive force by police. Some did arrive to hear of potential solutions, not just from the crowd. But of course from the chief of police, and I was talking to them as they were going into the church last night. This is during the five o'clock hour event started actually started late at six thirty because so many people were still outside being processed, you know, checking in their bags and so forth. They didn't know what to expect. They were willing to listen, but they said that they were disappointed in their police, and, of course, the attendees got no solutions from police chief from the mayor just we'll get back to you possibly in thirty days. What was your biggest surprise that you saw or heard at the meeting last night? Two things one there's this one. Black pastor was speaking in behalf of, and with victims of police brutality or alleged victims of police brutality. He was speaking on behalf of a black pastors group did not blame chief Williams for any racism or police violence within the department. She inherited it. He said he said that when she became police chief three years ago, but two things to point out your one Jerry Williams is black. And of course, there was a lot of talk of racism, last night, and whatever bathing, and so on, and so forth, and of course, races a big part of the discussion. But to she herself grew declared that she grew up in the Phoenix police departments. The law enforcement veteran for twenty eight years, you only left for a few years to become chief of police in Oxnard, California, then she came back, so it could also be argued, well, she was part of the systemic problem. Well before she left in return, and one other thing, of course, I think everyone was pretty surprised. Jared Maupin dot booed. He's a community activist of. Course professional and some of the crowd just got tired of him doing all the talking, and they wanted the alleged victims of police brutality to speak for themselves. So finally, Jared gave up the microphone and a few minutes after that, he and his group left the meeting. Yeah, very interesting. It doesn't appear that mayor Gaito Kate Gago who's only been on the job. A couple three months really was a big part of this. No, she spoke. I calculated for a total of one minute. Opening comments, and then and then the final comments, maybe thirty seconds each. I thought it would have been an opportunity for her to address the concerns and somebody who's new on the job saying, I'm still learning here. I'm still trying to come to grips with what's going on at the department within the community. If she could've added a little bit more than that, I guess, a little more PR you could say but she didn't she. And she flames kept very tight lipped for the most part throughout the meetings, perhaps because they had already apologized last week. And now they had some rules to follow as chief Williams, put it perhaps, those rules were to say a little bit less last night. All right. Thank you very much, Peter. Same aura KTAR news reporter who is down at that meeting last night at pilgrim. Rest church on his thoughts and the surprises from that meeting last night, by the way, I had a friend, just text me who used to work in the media, and he says, well, breaking news, Jared mop, and talks too much. Okay. Seven nineteen. Now KTAR..
"chief williams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Here comes we'll change doesn't start with the police department. Real change starts with our community. Oh, how dare you say that? But, but then she goes to clarify comes. She comes down off the status, and then ask the moderator for his microphone, Eric Bailey, and he gladly relinquishes. So there are those of you who think when I say community, I don't mean the police department, the police department is a part of this community. The community part of this police department. So that's a chief Williams last night. I you know, like I said, she had a hard time getting through that. And what a tough job right now I heard a little smattering of applause, when she said that. Yeah. Kind of behind the years there was, you know, there was some a little bit of applause here and there for her. But for the most part, people just I get it. People are frustrated. You know, I don't know what each individual's contact with the Phoenix police department has been. But, you know if if it went wrong, and they they go wrong. There's plenty of them that go wrong, right? The vast majority, go right? But there are plenty of them and go wrong. I don't know. I would just wanna be heard. I wouldn't even want to hear what the police chief has to say back. I could see in some cases. So I understand the frustration. But, you know, if you're if you want her there to listen and then she's feeding back what she said she heard. I think he'd want to hear that it's five nineteen. Now KTAR. Time for traffic..
"chief williams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Other showing one of our officers yelling profanities and legs swiping, a man involved in a shoplifting. Call a at a dollar store, which involved four year old daughter taking a doll. I asked the chief about which actions specifically that she sees in those videos bothered her just the fact that when you're looking at the video, the officers, extremely agitated the language is extremely agitated, so get that there was this, heightened sense of awareness. But at the end of the day, we preach and practice, de-escalation, we preach in practice tool to that. But again, there is going to be due process, and there is an investigation. So I'm going to be very careful about what I say because I want everything to pan out, and I want to get us to the truth without knowing that, also, what officers knew about the call and the people, they were responding to we told you, they knew it was about a dull in a shoplifting, but I also. Asked whether or not there is any indication that there might be a weapon in the car because I'll tell you based on what I see in the video, it sure seems like they think there's a threat coming out of that vehicle that is for the investigators to know. So I don't have that information or don't know that information suffice to say, though, that the individuals flight from officers, right? I understand how that can increase, you know, some of the adrenalin, but at the end of the day, we're supposed to be the consummate professionals all the time. You know, didn't seem to be this way, when we were reporting on it just kind of within our own community in the valley and in Arizona. But once it went national it became about race. It always does. I mean everything's about race now. And I asked her thou it is being made about races at bother her. Absolutely. It bothers me. It bothers me when anyone in our community, the community that I was raised community. I was born in feels as they don't feel safe with the Phoenix police department. We have to look at it. I know tomorrow night, the mayor's called a community listening session that'll be the opportunity for people to vent their frustrations. I think that's going to be important for us to begin the healing process. I also had asked her this, if she's worried that this, this is just one more incident. That's lessening trust in Phoenix. Police in the community that people feel safe actually interacting with Phoenix police. And that's exactly what we're dealing with right now. I'm getting Email messages. I'm getting phone calls. We're getting letters were getting threats and other things. Just because of this incident because people are now doing that. They don't feel safe. So I'm going to go back to what it said before if there's one person in our community who doesn't feel safe when engaging with the Phoenix police department, we have to work to develop that I do also want to remind folks, though twenty nine hundred us need your support of the community twenty nine hundred of us, don't go out and do an amazing job each and every day, I'm gonna make one exception to a chief Williams just said there, because there are people that I want to not feel safe when they encounter, Phoenix police, they're called criminals, right? And you don't know what your approach ING vehicle, whether there's a criminal in there or not now, you can't act like they're criminal until you know that there's maybe some type of threat. But man, unbelievable. Speaking of threat. She said, I can't believe that people actually have I called it intestinal fortitude, Lou Waller. Tesla forty to make threats at the police. But what are they saying? Actually had an individual say me, an Email message saying that if I went on vacation, I hope my family encounters the same thing that happened there. She said, they get thousands of these calls and emails and. Just crazy. We had mayor geigo whether it's on Friday, she said she's confident and chief Williams. But, you know there are people calling for a resignation. Where's she in this at the end of the day? This is my community. It's my police department born and raised in this police department. If someone can fix an I am the person. I, I am the one who when we found out about this incident put the employee's behind the desk. I am not afraid of a challenge. I am up for this challenge to rebuild trust in our community. I just got an Email kudos to chief Williams rather than commenting about what we don't know such as we don't have everything yet as to what went on lead up to this, blah, blah, blah. She went out there and was willing to comment on what we do know. So thank you chief Williams for coming.
Missing College Student Found Dead After Getting In Wrong Car
"The death of a college student has done to Columbia, South Carolina state. Investigators found twenty one year old Samantha Josephson's blood in the car. She was seen getting into in a bar early on Friday morning police chief William Holbrook elections with blood or pain by frenzy crime-scene agents, and we're submitted to sled the lab for analysis. The analysis concluded the blood in the suspect vehicle was added Vic
Police: Ride share mistake led to death of college student
"Florez police in South Carolina, say a simple mistake may have caused a college student her life, and we believe that she's simply mistakenly got into this particular car thinking it was a new Garad Columbia police chief William Holbrook, the body of Samantha Joseph Santa university of South Carolina student was found Friday after she was seen getting into a black sedan Nathaniel Roland was arrested after police recognized
"chief williams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"News. Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes yesterday morning, we came into work and the Phoenix police department held a press conference where they announced the arrest of a suspect in the hacienda healthcare sexual assault case, she is thirty six year old Nathan Sutherland Sutherland is a licensed practical nurse who was responsible for providing care to the victim during this time, the sexual assault occurred Sutherland is being booked as we speak into the mirror COPA county jail where he'll be charged with one count of sexual assault and one count of vinyl vulnerable adult abuse in connection with this crime. All right. So after chief Williams spoke, you had sergeant Tommy Thompson stepped to the mic and explain why it is that they arrested Sutherland, the scientists in the Phoenix police crime crime laboratory determined the sample obtained from Sutherland matched the baby. Okay. So the DNA of Sutherland match the DNA of. Of the baby. Okay. So now, we're all trying to learn more about who is this nurse, Nathan Sutherland and right? We're finding out that he doesn't have a criminal background police said that there was no felony or misdemeanor convictions or charges in his background, basically clean record. And even after I was right around the time. We were getting off the air yesterday. Bruce Sutherland had his initial court appearance. He was down at the court in his his attorney spoke for him. The only thing he said was his name and his birth date. Which is pretty typical. That's the way things go, but take a listen a little bit to what is turning had to say. There's no direct evidence that Mr. Sutherland has committed these acts. I know at this point there.
"chief williams" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"San Antonio police chief William McMahon is last night confirmed. What most of us had suspected about eight month old king Dhabi law. The went missing one week ago. Tonight, we believe that they participated in staging the kidnapping to hide buddy. So that we couldn't we couldn't find into determined. What happened to him three people including king? Jay's father Krista villa? Chris's mother Beatrice Sam pile and Chris Torres are now charged with tampering with evidence. Now confirmed that Beatrice that's Christopher's mom. The person who drought NGO of gas station where she took a car. Chris claimed the baby was stolen. What? Now turns out to have been a stage car theft designed to cover up. What McManus now says was the death of the baby. Jim Forsyth NewsRadio. Twelve hundred w the ongoing partial government shutdown gets real today for some eight hundred thousand federal employees who will miss their first paycheck since the shutdown began three weeks ago day workers in the executive office of the president will miss their first paycheck because of the shutdown most of the federal employees affected, including workers and the treasury agriculture Justice and homeland security departments will miss pay for the first time on Monday and Tuesday, if the shutdown lingers in the past congress has provided back pay to furloughed workers, but those who are contracted by the federal government are simply out of work and won't get back pay at midnight tonight. This partial government shutdown officially becomes the longest ever. President Trump says he may still declare a national emergency at the border. If the shutdown continues with no end in sight, if that happens money men for the army corps of engineers could be used to build a border wall without Congress's approval. The plan would divert money that would otherwise be used for core projects across the country, including rebuilding storm, damaged parts of Puerto Rico and flood protection project. It's in California during President Trump. Stop in the Rio Grande valley yesterday, Texas, Lieutenant governor, Dan, Patrick floated the idea of Texas paying for a part of the wall construction he pointed out this data's already allocated eight hundred million dollars for border security today. The state preservation board will determine the fate of a confederate plaque that hangs in the capitol rotunda a claims that slavery was not the cause of the civil war. Historian, Allan Lichtman says a lot of these types of memorials went up as backlash to the integration of schools that was the attempt to rehabilitate or even celebrate as you saw the southern heritage that it wasn't oppressive. He says there are plenty of books and movies about the confederate war so removing one. Incorrect plaque is not whitewashing the south's history. Police say the medical examiner will determine whether a woman had a medical emergency before she lost control of her car on medical drive this morning and smashed into a medical office building the car plowed through the entire building the dry. Ever was pronounced dead at the scene. Tomorrow is the day when former Senator Tonio mayor Houlihan on Castro will announce whether he will run for president in twenty twenty veteran Rice University political expert Marc Jones is ironically for someone who's long been considered a rising star Castro's window may have closed much hotter. Commodities say six to four years ago than he is today and ease very overshadowed by his fellow Texan now Jones's Castro damaged his chances by declining to run for the Senate last year. Opening the way for a works rise is right now looks like the only thing Castro has going for him is he's the only Hispanic and the democratic race carry Laki News Radio twelve hundred W O A I, another officer has been killed this time in California officials say the officer was responding to a three car crash in downtown Davis when she was shot last night and later died the Davis police department says twenty two year old Natalie corona died from her wounds a suspect in the fatal shooting was found dead. Inside a home of a self inflicted, gunshot wound. This is the third officer killed in the line of duty this week a thirteen year old girl who vanished when her parents were found shot to death in their Wisconsin home in October has turned up safe in a town seventy miles away. Police say Jamie clause managed to escape her captor and approached a woman walking her dog pleading for help she's hospitalized, but is expected to be okay. The sheriff says one person is in custody..
"chief williams" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"San Antonio police chief William McManus last night, confirm what most of us had suspected about eight month old king J Dhabi LA who went missing one week ago tonight. We believe that they participated in staging the kidnapping to hide Kim body. So that we couldn't find it. Couldn't find determine what happened to him three people including king. Jay's father Krista villa? Chris's mother Beatrice Sam pile and Chris Torres are now charged with tampering with evidence. I can now confirm that Beatrice. That's Christopher's mom. The person who dropped Angie off near the gas station where she took a car Chris claimed the baby was stolen. What? Now turns out to have been a stage car theft designed to cover up. What McManus now says was the death of the baby Jim Forsyth NewsRadio. Twelve hundred w another police officer has been killed this time in California officials say the officer was responding to a three car crash in downtown Davis when she was shot last night and later died the Davis police department says twenty two year old Natalie corona died from her wounds, the suspect in the fatal shooting was found dead inside a home, and what's believed to be a self inflicted, gunshot wound. This is the third officer killed in the line of duty this week today was supposed to be paid for some eight hundred thousand federal employees who have been off the job for three weeks. Do the ongoing partial government, shutdown Kerry Canard who works for the PA is one of hundreds of thousands of federal workers not getting paid today aren't going to be able to be making their mortgage. They're going to be able to be making their. Car payments? They are going to be able to pay for lights food banks across the country are dealing with an influx of calls. The capital food Bank in Washington is seeking donations. As it struggles to provide an additional three hundred thousand meals this month labor activists from across south Texas will gather today at the immigrant holding station in three rivers to distribute few food to the immigrant children house there and denounced the government shutdown after President Trump's visit to mcallen yesterday. Lieutenant governor Dan Patrick suggested that the Texas legislature could help pay for the border wall and Patrick downplay concerns by Rio Grande land owners at their property might be seized to build the wall. We had people there are landowners who want the wall on their late. You're always gonna find someone who's against eminent domain. Whether you're building a road. I any any anytime government tries to take land someone's going to say, you can't take my land. We will offer a fair price goes to court. It goes to court Patrick pointed out that Texas already spends eight hundred million dollars a year on border security. President Trump says he's still may declare a national emergency at the border. If the shutdown. Now entering day Twenty-one continues with no end in sight at midnight tonight. It will become the longest government shutdown ever. Wisconsin police say thirteen year old Jamie Kloss who went missing in October has been found alive. Kloss went missing on October fifteenth when her parents were found shot to death. The Barron county sheriff says a suspect has been taken into custody. Jamie's disappearance prompted a massive effort to find her with no sign of the teen. Until now all the Spurs had no trouble finding the basket last night in a thrilling one fifty four to one forty seven double overtime victory over Oklahoma City at the AT and T center. It's the first time the Spurs of scored more than one hundred and fifty points in a game since nineteen ninety. The big score was lamarcus Aldridge with fifty six points. Who said he was asking for the ball..
Missing baby's "abduction" staged to hide foul play, police say
"In Napa San Antonio police say the reported abduction of a missing eight-year-old boy eight month old boy was staged to cover up foul play involving the child police chief William McManus declined to elaborate on whether he believes king. Jay Davila is alive. He would only say that investigators in San Antonio believe there
"chief williams" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Their police chief William McManus last night said no human body has been found in the park as the baby's relatives. Had claimed Kim Jae was in the backseat of a car on Enrica Barrera Parkway Friday night. What is thirty four year old father left, the car unlocked and running to go into a convenience store? A woman was seen on surveillance video making a beeline for the vehicle getting in and driving away. The father has been charged with child endangerment McManus says he thinks the woman was in on it. But the baby's mother strongly disagrees. A man was shot to death early today at the castle ridge apartments that's near highway one fifty one. And four ten on the west side when police arrived, they found the man sprawled in the parking lot bleeding from a gunshot wound to the chest. There are no witnesses and no motive the man was pronounced dead. At the seen an argument between two men in the parking lot of an apartment building. And win crust ended with one shot in the chest. The other man under arrest. It happened in the eighty eight hundred block of Willman way. The suspect was arrested at the scene. The victim is in very critical condition. Sam see as the government shutdown drags into its third week. President Trump is suggesting an unprecedented alternative to get his border wall built the president following his meeting with congressional leaders from both parties claim that he could simply build a border wall on his own, but we could call a national emergency and build it very quickly. And so another way of doing it. But if we can do it through a negotiated process. We're giving that a shot, but because the appropriations clause of the constitution places limits on what the president can do on his own. He would still need the house and Senate. Appropriations committees to approve the funding even if the president declares a national emergency. Trump also said he's willing to build a steel wall versus using concrete. Meantime, the National Park Service is taking the unusual step of using entrance fees to keep up maintenance operations during the government shutdown as trash continues to pile up and park restrooms are in desperate need of being cleaned. The funds would also be used for security of the parks. Two men are in custody for last weekend's shooting death of a Houston seven year old who was reportedly killed in a case of mistaken identity acting on a tip. Police arrested twenty year old Eric black junior and Twenty-four-year-old Larry Woodruff on Saturday. Black is charged with capital murder. Woodruff is being held on a drug related charge. Black has reportedly admitted to his role in the case. Prosecutors say the suspects thought they were shooting at somebody else's car while some big winners at last night seventy six annual Golden Globes racial road trip movie. Green book led the Golden Globes with three awards and the comedy or musical. Category. But for best picture drama a surprise to everyone, including the filmmakers bohemian rhapsody. Wow..
Boston, Iowa and Trump discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Time seven seventeen seventy three, degrees it's mostly cloudy a Boston. There some fog out there as well we are, looking for warm, humid day some sunshine. Patchy clouds, eighty-seven the high temp today good morning I'm. Deb Lawler and our top stories attorney Michael Cohen claims President Trump knew in advance about a twenty sixteen meeting between his aides and a Russian delegation offering to help Trump's election campaign fifty-five flag-draped cases holding the remains of US servicemen killed in the Korean war are coming home after being. Received at an airbase in South Korea. Today they handover comes on the sixty fifth anniversary of the Korean war armistice agreement. And investigators searching for a missing Iowa students says a search of a local hard farm. Has come up empty twenty year old Molly Tibet's was last, seen jogging nine days. Ago, in Brooklyn Iowa in other news now Boston police investigating a stabbing near Copley square last night. Ever reportedly started, with a fight between two men outside, a convenience store with, one stabbing the other the. Victim ran across boylston street and, collapsed on a park bench superintendent. And chief William cross tells WBZ TV we know, it.
Police Officer & Innocent Bystander Killed; Suspect in Custody in Weymouth, Massachusetts
"Of weymouth is grieving the loss of two this morning an innocent bystander and police officer michael chestnut both were fatally shot yesterday we understand sometimes which is not grateful enough for the sacrifices people might win the police say emmanuel lopes had crashed a car and fled on foot was confronted by officer chester while vandalizing a home wbz's doug cope is here with the rest of the story he joins us from weymouth this morning good morning doug and good morning josh was quiet sunday morning when this all happened that quiet broken by gunshots police say suspect emmanuel lopes had run into a neighborhood following that car crash by nearby south shore hospital the home vandalized officer michael chesney responding he confronted lopes lopes then allegedly hit off chestnut with iraq stole the officer's gun and fatally shot chestnut now assistant norfolk da gregg connor says after shooting chestnut a local woman was then shot in her home i hired mike chesnot six years ago that the police department at six years has been an army veteran in fact speaking with his mom and she told me that he joined the military to help open the doors firm to get on this job is the police chief here in weymouth talking about officer michael chestnut now another responding officer was able to shoot and wound lopes in the leg lopes was captured he's under guard itself throw hospital he'll be arraigned either they're in the hospital or a quincy district court later on today black bunting draped around the front door the weymouth police station this morning in weymouth doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty the identity of the woman killed by a stray bullet insider home is not been released yet because authorities have not yet been able to notify her family members suspect emmanuel lopes has a criminal history sheriff ian daca of the wbz tv i team tells us he was out on pretrial probation on a drug charge weymouth police say he was selling cocaine to a minor in resisted arrest a judge released lopes on pretrial probation with a condition that he submit to random drug testing he was due back in court on july thirtieth sources say lopes uses a different name on facebook in told officer at the time of his october arrest last year that he was homeless lopes is due to be arraigned later today a talk show lines are busy overnight with reaction here on wbz we get more from carl stevens our hearts are broken once again that was the reaction from the mother of yarmouth police sergeant sean gannon he was the first massachusetts officer killed in the line of duty this year officer chest in weymouth is the second and his death is felt by men in blue across the commonwealth this is boston police superintendent in chief william enforcement spirit lives on route each and every one of us that are trying to do the right thing tech new all the citizens so we spirit loose on with us the superintendent was part of a large group of law enforcement taking part in a procession has officer chestnuts body was brought to the.
Nine wounded in stabbing at child's birthday party in Idaho
"Th i it's marcy williams judd hickinbotham national security adviser john bolton tell cbs face the nation they have a timeframe for denuclearizing north korea secretary of state mike pompeo will be discussing this with the north koreans in the near future about how to dismantle all of their wmd and ballistic missile programs in a year but cnn reports new satellite images show the north finalizing construction on a key manufacturing site for ballistic missiles it says most of that construction k before the meeting between kim jong un and president trump mass stabbing child's birthday party in idaho sends nine people to the hospital boise police chief william bone says six of the victims are between four and twelve years old this was an attack against those who are most vulnerable it's untenable unconscionable as pure evil in my mind a thirty year olds been arrested police investigate the attack is a possible hate crime since it occurred in an apartment complex that houses refugee families heat wave continues to punish the midwest and northeast with temperatures and heat indices above one hundred degrees tens of millions of people are under some form of heat warning or advisory as men in new york's coney island has a system for flying kite near the shore in the water and are come back out i let somebody come out cooling stations set up in some of the biggest cities to help the most vulnerable seattle becomes the first major city to ban plastic straws and utensils at restaurants and grocery stores anyone violating the ban faces a two hundred fifty dollar five this is our loud you straws and utensils made out of more environmentally friendly materials like paper or bamboo almost a decade ago seattle also ban styrofoam and mandated businesses have compost and recycling bin rescue divers continue to search a flooded cave in northern thailand where twelve boys in their soccer coach have been missing for more than a week a member of the australian department of foreign affairs says they've sent their owner response team to help they have cave diving and rescue capabilities offered assistance and that was a by the government and the us military and british cave experts have joined the search which is focused on a dry elevated area several miles.
Seahawks, Russia and Spain discussed on Joe Walsh
"From the fox sports studios in los angeles here's the seeker lebron james will sign what the la lakers agency says it'll be a four year deal worth over one hundred fifty million dollars reports say it's an opt out before year four orlando is resigning aaron gordon to four years a reported eighty four million dollars at the two world cup game sunday in the round of sixteen they each went to penalty kicks russia eliminated spain croatia over denmark and tomorrow on fox tv it's brazil versus mexico at ten am eastern time then belgium against japan tiger woods tied for fourth place in maryland shooting a final round sixty six the us senior open winner on f s one was david toms kyle busch took the nascar races chicago land is fifth victory this year british tennis star andy murray withdrew from wimbledon due to a hip injury the grand slam tournament begins in the morning seahawks safety kam chancellor says he's walking away from football due to a neck injury then in baseball the yankees rip boston eleven to one branch thirty year old timmy kenner is under arrest in boise idaho suspected of stabbing nine people six of them children at a birthday party police chief william bonus says they're investigating the motives we have no specific evidence at this time to believe that it was a hate crime based on the specific evidence we have in our hands however due to the nature location and the victims we are of course investigating all potential leads all the victims are alive some gravely injured rescue divers are advancing in the main passageway inside the flooded cave in thailand were twelve boys and their soccer coach have been missing for more than a week since sunday night the divers reached a band with a long passage splits in two directions heavy rains flooded key passages likely trapping the team and thorning rescue efforts once again the bron james says goodbye to cleveland the fifteen year veteran will wear the purple and gold of one of the league's iconic teams the los angeles lakers lebron announced he will sign a four year one hundred fifty four million dollar contract the move not surprising lebron has to homes and business interests in california james is a three time nba champion with four mvp awards and fourteen all star game appearances the has recently lost golden state in the nba finals that was lebron's eighth consecutive trip to the championship round bob mortality fox news.
Witness says door to newspaper offices was "blown to pieces" by gunman
"And we begin with the top stories of the day we want to update you on the show the new information that gunman opened fire with a shotgun at the capital gazette an annapolis yesterday leaving five dead the accused gunman is named as a thirty eight year old gerard warren ramos that's the only time you're going to hear his name on our show who apparently held a grudge against the paper that a gazette staying strong kept our deadline and publish the paper this morning at an evening briefing acting anna rondo county police chief william cramp would not name the suspect but sources identify him as jared ramos of nearby laurel maryland we know that there were threats sent to gazette for social the suspect apparently had a specific grudge against this newspaper he entered the building with a shotgun look for his victims as he walked through the lower level five dead several injured cramps did clear up what was earlier reported to be a crude explosive device found inside it was actually canisters of smoke grenades that he used inside of the building when he entered gun a police car was reportedly on the scene here within a minute it is a busy suburban shopping in office area with a one building that houses the capital gazette also having medical offices the suspect reportedly targeted the local paper headquarters though shooting through the front door to get inside one witness says he fired repeatedly the shooter was captured hiding under a desk officials say another official described the act is not well planned tragic as it is there are other offices in the building but witnesses the shooter seemed to have the newspaper in mind the door the capital is that had been blown to pieces and and this guy was holding what looks like a big shotgun moving cross entrance pointing the gun deeper into the office like he was a targeting the victims are identified editor rob hyacinth a wellknown journalist in the area who also worked for the baltimore sun because that's parent sports reporter john mcnamara sales assistant rebecca smith a recent hire a community reporter wendy winters and veteran.
As trade war erupts, China puts brakes on its global domination dream
"Bank of america shares were higher in late trade after passing this round of stress test with flying colors at announcing a buyback and a dividend high hike deutsche bank failed the first public stress test of its combined us business and of course china's a is torture bank's biggest shareholder so juliet trade dispute trade spat to trade war let's talk a little bit more about that right now white house adviser peter navarro appears to be toning down the trade rhetoric on china in a sense and we get more on this story from bloomberg's denise pellegrini navarro is known as a china hawke who favors a harsher approach with beijing on trade but speaking in washington he now says president trump has made it clear he's a free trader and all the president is trying to do is level the playing field navarro does say china's steals technology enforces technology transfers and he also says his office has a swat team us companies can reach out to with specific problems but his new report how china's economic aggression threatens the technologies and intellectual property of the us and the world also says deep structural changes to china's economy will allow us companies to compete more fairly denise pellegrini bloomberg daybreak asia all right well a gunman opened fire at a newspaper in annapolis maryland killing five people at baxter is covering all the global news in our bloomberg nine sixty san francisco newsroom ed right juliet and they're still trying to figure this one out five people losing their lives have been injured suspect is in custody maryland senator ben cardin says it really is hard to understand this is a newspaper which is a local paper it's not a controversial editorial policy it covers local news and deputy police chief william cramp says it was a targeted attack i can't confirm whether or not he actually new employees there or if he just targeted to business in general he says there are threats of internet internet threats and they're tracking those down now the capital gazette building has been secured although authorities say they they found what they believed to be an explosive device china's strongly protesting australia's brand new national security legislation it advance covert foreign interference in domestic politics it mandates foreign and governments registered to provide more transparency it also makes industrial espionage crime china says it poisons china australia relations children removed from their families and placed an institutional care are at greater risk of being trafficked that from a state department report us which ranks governments in efforts to combat slavery and flesh trade around the world it leads the trump administration open for accusations of apocryphal and light of its zero tolerance policy at the southern border secretary of state mike pompeo human traffic is a global problem but it's a local one to huma traffic can be found in a favorite restaurant hotel downtown of farm earn their neighbors home.
Minneapolis officer arrested, charged in shooting death of Australian woman
"With us are in news i'm val deore minneapolis police officer who shot and killed an unarmed australian woman back in july minutes after she called nine one one to report a possible crime behind her home the officer was charged today with murder and manslaughter officer mohammad nor has turned himself in over the death of forty year old justin domon the san antonio police department says chief william mcmahon is apparently misspoke at a news conference earlier and that there was only one package bomb of the shirts fedex facility the one that exploded earlier today there have been four explosions in and around austin since march second leading to two deaths and several others injured the us transportation secretary elaine chao ordering her department's inspector general to audit the pedestrian bridge that collapsed in florida last week killing six people and injuring ten and the dow up one sixteen to close at twenty four thousand seven twentyseven nasdaq up twenty snp up four you're listening to sr in news this is jack from banyan he'll you like freedom i do you like money i do too if you like freedom and money then you're gonna love freedom checks you see over the next few months and estimated thirty four point six billion is up.