17 Burst results for "Christopher Lamar"

"christopher lamar" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:38 min | 2 months ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Get out of a car, walked up to the crowd and started shooting. They shot a total of eight people before taking off. Two men were pronounced dead at the scene. A man shot in the chest and back, died at the University of Chicago Hospital. Another one of the victims of this weekend shootings was a seven year old girl was killed while riding her bike at her grandmother's home. Authorities say the girl was struck on the forehead after two unknown suspects fired more than 20 rounds. Chicago police Department crisis responder Andrew Home somebody on the street, I say somebody on the street No shooters were somebody on the street Know who took the child's life. An eight year old girl was shot and killed in Atlanta while sitting in a car in a parking lot across the street from Wendy's, where Ray shard. Brooks died last month. At a news conference with Atlanta's mayor and police chief, The girl's aunt asked for help is a child like to think we are pleading anybody, if you know anybody didn't know somebody that know these persons or person Please. We beg you. We beg you, please. Please. Best. Do this. Bring the Sanford Just Britain took a big leap towards normality over the weekend opening bars, restaurants, cafes and pubs. But the recovery is uneven. Across Europe. More from ABC is James Long. Spain hopes to be over the worst. But 70,000 more people are going into lock down in the north of the country after a spike in case is there That's on top of the 200,000 already quarantined in the region has national lockdowns come to an end, Europe is now trying to control the virus through smaller local enforcement. As Europe continues to battle With these smaller outbreaks, American travelers are still banned from coming here. It's a delicate recovery that you officials don't want to risk given the surge in the U. S. President Trump facing backlash over his claim that 99% of covert 19 cases are harmless. Or from a B. C's Trevor All President Trump in his fourth of July address again downplaying the threat of the virus. We have Tested almost 40 million people. By so doing, we showcases 99% of which Are totally harmless. The FDA commissioner, Dr Stephen Han, would not defend the president's statement. What I'd say is, you know any case we don't want to have in this country any death. Any case is tragic, nor did he back. The president's claim of vaccine will likely be ready long before the end of the year, a new food drive to help the hungry help more than 1000 families on Sunday. Organizer Christopher Lamar. You're not feeding yourself the essential things.

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Families on Sunday. Organizer Christopher Lamar. You're not feeding yourself the essential things that you need, And so that's frustrating, right? So we want to make sure if nothing else we have enough to give people food, I said they can feel safe and comfortable, right? So it's important to your health. You got to eat right? African American women leaders nationwide calling on Joe Biden to choose a black woman answers running mate. But Illinois senator champion Awkward says In the end, it's up to Biden to make that decision. Speaking on CNN, Duckworth's says it's most important to choose someone to help the country out of the crisis. Everything from rebounding from the covert 19 pandemic, making sure we can face off the next pandemic, making sure our economy gets turned around and making sure we pushed back our You know, folks like the Russians who are putting bounties on American's head, Doc Worth has been mentioned as a possible running mate for Biden. Checking WG in sports. Two unnamed Chicago White Sox players have tested positive for covert 19 the team not releasing their names. Both players are asymptomatic and have been isolated in Chicago. Follow up testing will take place in the coming days. ESPN space fall Insider Buster only says there's still some big concerns by players and staff about the upcoming season. Holocron. A virus will impact them number one l will. The players continued to follow the health and safety protocol. This has been a drumbeat in clubhouses all around across baseball. In the last couple days, managers coaches players speaking to this number two because baseball players are not living in a bubble when they go home. Will they be exposed to the Corona virus with family and friends will take that back in. According to multiple reports. Baseball schedule will be released on Monday for the abbreviated 60 game season. Opening day has already been set for the Cubs and White Sox. That'll be on July 24th. I'm Roger. Bad ish on Chicago's very own, 7 20 What makes a business a business? It's not the circumstances of the world woke up on the wrong side of the bed that year that decade, it's the everyday entrepreneur ready to put themselves out there. We're all sailing against the wind right now, but we will make it to shore..

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:29 min | 3 months ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTRH

"Happy father's day dad thank you for always believing in me when I felt like giving up sometimes and pushing me along and helping me get back up on my feet happy father's day is the best that anybody could ask for and dance with it she just send them and that means he just woke up she would have had to rouse him that's off the air twenty minutes Crockett get up again in the if you know how happy it would make him if you just brush your teeth and come down here real quick it'll be over in a minute he's got that one he always pleasant one for a long time ago nobody's going to want a new one the more mature mon I would send it before eleven come on give me five minutes no he's gonna be off the air I can hear it I can hear the whole situation hi Anna in the fact that it just came in right before we went off the air I know exactly what happened the service you Cindy yes Europe hi Michael are you there this will be my first father's day without my dad we lost him on March the twenty seventh he would have been eighty eight years old last week he was a airforce veteran hold on to what he dialed the adventure which I guess pretty much became all summer so it supports a quite a while we we miss him so much everyday here my mother would've been married for sixty seven years in September wow and I just want to give a shout out to him and everyone inside cherish your parents every day because she spent a large federal art we we were able to hear him at the VA but we were only about ten people because of the virus we were had that we could get out of the car and stand by the current well they buried him she says I just wanted to share that it was a wonderful wonderful man and we all know where he is in order to join him there in heaven one day and he left a wonderful legacy I thank you for let me say that on the air was see career were better yes more he was in the Air Force he was a staff sergeant when he got out and we it was really hard watching him go for a long time but the last week he went downhill so quickly we were stunned and we've been praying for a long time that the lord will take him because he was suffering so much if you learn a lot of people have had this illness in their family it's it's it's that it's terrible that is why I am so proud of him I'm proud of his daughter Hannah I want to say that thank you for sharing this city hold your Michael berry show go ahead Sir our mind boggles our airports it was another storm and so once I was two years old and he left me my mother I just want to use this platform to see if I can resume and some that are forgiven and you know even on it I never met him you know yeah I think forgiveness that a lot and then I forget you know his name Christopher Lamar Wallace you never met him now there are many you know where he lives I don't have any idea but let we did Caroline let's go to eBay eBay Europe yes Sir Michael my father was born in nineteen thirty six have been effective he was fourteen years old when he came to use exercise ground start out sweeping floors on Dhaka Tribune's here when he died a few years ago the end all be quite a bit steeper hello just make braided H. right yeah I remember one time I went maybe third grade I'm still starting I'm for all of us the shooting all border issues hello how are you what does she Polish about S. new she's been waiting about mortgage I remember time about your check we started the business side of the family our store and it had to be gone I'm like seventeen eighteen years old everybody there that often all that is all blocked off you know what I do you know why I do it even if they gave this why we I reserve the right to tell you what I want to do next right and I couldn't believe the conflict you have in I just replicated dozens more stories but the I love my father and what a good story where did it where where in East Texas play called apple we've got that'll okay most people don't know where it is no I don't but but I've driven up sixty two all the way to the northeast my mother's family is all from the Tyler troops White House curator area apple is on highway ninety four and I want a fourteen mile where it felt with the left okay I don't know it I don't know it but when you said he sticks as I thought it might be somewhere in northeast Texas died bid but you know you talking about him coming here when he was fourteen and not having anything in.

"christopher lamar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I'm thinking about that okay but yeah we we children you know this is such a normal thing we go through life sort of with this set of preferences that are involved in and we're considering these things and that's part of being free but somehow when we vote still in most places we have to pick this up you know we want we have this one boring way to just say who are one heck is and I think voters you know when we talk about it in terms of empowering them you know whether it's people who are pretty far on the writer people who are moderate conservatives are centrists or or people on the left I think you know there's an enormous possibility to to build strong passion not just support up for this this change yeah that reminds I think one of the good public education exercises a lot of people have done are those kind of like things were like at a brew pub right the difference here is and Mexico with people of all kinds of tricks like their favorite in New Mexico lunch food so is like reading in Utah we did desserts that's how we sell all right is this your one of those little things that help yeah I was different states have different communities we could stick around for the reporter or if you're watching at home and I got your fridge before we open it up and I do an opening up soon I guess I want to just get your senses of to worry about two things I think what you worry about and what you think we should know more about a that we we've we've talked a lot with political scientist about the area of research we should be looking at here what do you all think both here's an unknown about renter's voting or belated ideas I think my fear right now is in the implementation phase Christopher Lamar get the weeds a little bit like the the federal agency responsible for certified election machines they just recently certified one of the software like basic like the software that's actually able to do great choice voting it's like I'm worried this more broadly about how states like what you're really in the weeds about software programs and all that stuff and making sure that people understand like what happens when you're involved in the right choice voting space like there there are various ways about the surplus votes and know what happens if you know for talking about multi member districts if candidate a is over fifty percent plus one what happens with those goals that are over the fifty percent plus one for that candidate like do they go to other people and if they do how do you figure that out it's like trying to explain that the people they drew I was trying to record but but for like I mean it is very either we're talking about you know a mayor of a talking about what you want for lunch between these three options but once you sort of get in the week a little bit I'm trying to explain it to people I think it's really really difficult and Alexis I mean we talked about the constituency of candidates and helping them understand that now voters election this graders are important constituency here and it definitely changes their lives like significant ways they do in Ireland which is they just like making this big national event where everybody's following it and they're they're reallocating preferences and then people really get into it this is a repair C-SPAN radio programming from pride I look at my house the education effort a hundred years ago I.

"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

"Point one. Oklahoma City. a police chase comes to an end in northwest Oklahoma City it appears the suspect was shot hi Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay news center news for was following this chase that ended just a few moments ago near northwest one hundred twenty second and macarthur we were told that police were being cautious because the man was armed he's a suspect in a shooting that happened earlier today possibly it was a domestic situation the man eventually turned into a business parking lot or an industrial area parking lot near northwest one hundred twenty second a macarthur and got out of the vehicle and from the a live stream on news channel for it appears the man made some kind of aggressive move and he why shot we don't know yet if the man was killed of the crime scene tape is being put up there I am so paramedics on the scene so again this is a chase that ended just moments ago in northwest Oklahoma City it appears the suspect was shot. trump says talks with the Taliban are dead talking with reporters at the White House today the president said that secret talks with the Taliban and Afghan government officials were set for camp David he said he called off the talks after a suicide bomb attack killed a US soldier in Kabul last week the president said he wants to get US forces out of the war torn country but only at the right time U. S. Coast Guard officials have rescued three of the four crew members trapped on that capsized cargo vessel off the coast of Georgia Coast Guard captain John reed says the three members were rescued by drilling a three foot hole into the side of the ship three of the for survivors aboard the golden rates have been extracted from the space the fourth survivor has been located and it's an ongoing operation to try to get him out reed says all three are in relatively good condition and they are being examined at a nearby medical facility at Oklahoma City man has been arrested for allegedly kidnapping a woman and holding her against her will inside his house for several days news for reports a friend of the woman finally called police when officers arrived at the house on north east sixty seven straight the victim talk to them through a bathroom window she said that her captor forty one year old Symon Boyd was asleep and she couldn't leave the house because of burglar bars police bank on another window and woke buoyed up he was arrested on kidnapping and sex charges still water authorities release the identities of two people killed last month in what investigators believe was a murder suicide here's Jim Forsyth officers found thirty two year old Ashley Nicole Lewis and fifty three year old Christopher Lamar Stewart shot to death near east ninth and Perkins on August thirty first investigators say Lewis had been shot several times Stewart had been shot once they lived in still water but originally were from the Chicago area investigators say evidence indicates Stewart was upset with Louis because she planned to leave him. and moved back to Chicago no guns allowed at the Oklahoma state fair in Oklahoma City that begins on Thursday fair spokesman Scott Munns says state law allows the band no guns are allowed no weapons are allowed at the Oklahoma state fair and we defer to the our relationship with the OCPD in the county sheriff's office on how to enforce that and the fair runs for ten days through September twenty.

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

"One thousand eighty okay. okay XXY FM ninety six point one to Oklahoma City. the family of a man convicted of sex crimes in Cleveland county is offering a thousand dollar reward for information leading to his capture jurors convicted thirty two year old Joseph Stevens of two counts of forcible sodomy and one count of lewd acts with a child is a Stevens came into the courtroom with his family then left and didn't return you've been out of jail on a fifteen thousand dollar bond jurors recommended a one hundred thirty nine year sentence in the case so order Thor he's releasing the identities of two people killed last month a what investigators believe was a murder suicide Jim Forsyth reports officers found thirty two year old Ashley Nicole Lewis and fifty three year old Christopher Lamar Stewart shot to death near east ninth and Perkins on August thirty first investigators say Lewis had been shot several times Stewart had been shot once they lived in still water but originally were from the Chicago area investigators say evidence indicates Stewart was upset with Louis because she planned to leave him and moved back to Chicago Okmulgee county authorities are investigating the shooting death of a husband his wife and their daughter in bags a family member found the bodies of sixty five year old Jack Chandler's sixty nine year old Evelyn Chandler and forty three year old Tiffany biker over the weekend authorities have not released information about a suspect but are investigating the killings as a triple homicide authorities in Edmond believe an eighteen year old accused of threatening to shoot up a high school was actually trying to frame another student for the crime Bryson Burnett was arrested after police say he posted to threatening messages on Snapchat aimed at center of a high school under the name of another student debt is facing felony charges including making a hoax terroristic threat Oklahoma county jail trusted to meet this afternoon about staff resignation so far more than fifty jail employees of resigned because of benefit uncertainty in the wake of the trust decision to hire a jail administrator I bring him in other news the drug company that makes oxycontin expected to file for bankruptcy protection after settlement talks over the nation's deadly overdose prices in in. S. attorneys general in Tennessee and North Carolina involved in talks with Purdue pharma say Purdue in the family that owns the company have rejected two offers from states over help payments under any settlement would be handled the drug makers settle with Oklahoma in March agreeing to pay two hundred seventy million dollars to fund addiction research and treatment in the state the break down what's the first federal trial over the opioid epidemic on track to begin next month and sets the stage for a complex bankruptcy involving more than thirty states and two thousand governments Oklahoma's trial against opioid maker Johnson and Johnson was held in state court the forties in Edmond believe an eighteen year old accused of threatening to shoot a high school was trying to frame another student for the crime Bryson Burnett was arrested after police say he posted to threats I'm Brian Dan. there.

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

"A state retirement system good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay newscenter heading back to the nineties today our forecast is coming up the search is on for thieves and millions of dollars stolen from the Oklahoma law enforcement retirement system Jeff Manasa reports officials with the pension system for retired Oklahoma highway patrol troopers and other state law enforcement officers say computer hackers stole four point two million dollars in funds following what state officials believe was an attack of the agency's email system telling the Oklahoman that almost five hundred thousand dollars of stolen money was able to be recovered and that no pension benefits of any members are at risk the FBI is investigating peace talks between the US and the Taliban are on hold here scared Tenney secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the Taliban is responsible for it not happening on Sunday Pompeii said the Taliban tried to gain leverage in the negotiations by carrying out terror attacks in Afghanistan including a suicide car bombing last week that killed twelve people including an American soldier that attack prompted president trump to cancel the peace deal we made real progress but in the end of Taliban over reached how they forgot that America is always going to protect its interests well this is in a war of attrition American people should know we will continue to apply the proper pressure to make sure that we never struck with her again the president also getting some heat from lawmakers in his own party for even considering inviting Taliban leaders to the U. S. less than a week before the nine eleven anniversary Altis police are looking for a suspect in the fatal shooting of a man whose body was found early yesterday the suspect identified as twenty eight year old qual mail Massenburg in the thirties think he might be hiding in southwest Oklahoma City still water authorities release the identities of two people killed last month in what investigators believe was a murder suicide officers found thirty two year old Ashley Nicole Lewis in fifty three year old Christopher Lamar Stewart shot to death near each night and Perkins on. August thirty first investigators say Lewis had been shot several times and Stewart had been shot once they lived in still water but originally were from the Chicago area investigators say evidence indicates Stewart was upset with Louis because she planned to leave him and moved back to Chicago the president of south eastern Oklahoma state university in Iran is stepping down Beth Myers reports Sean Burridge has been named the new you vice president for executive affairs Burridge says it's a professional career opportunity he couldn't afford to pass up he has served as president of southeastern since may of two thousand fourteen and he says during his tenure the university reached a record enrollment figures and doubled annual giving he is a former state senator and a two time alumnus of you state treasurer Randy make Daniel says Oklahoma's economy is still expanding but it's not as robust as in previous months he says the state's August tax collections totaled one billion dollars that's up a modest three point two percent over the same month last year he says collections were curtailed by a slowing oil and gas sector and a slight drop in income tax collections..

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

"Them too is that they've been around in business for sixty years so you can pretty much trust that they know what they're doing when it comes to sell you the car that you want and they're conveniently located just half a mile south of shady Grove metro recently I got to drive the new kia soul that thing drives like a dream the interior is super stealth and that all these awesome safety features inside of it which is really important to me because nine times out of ten I'm driving around with my son who's three I love this car see dealer for details. one big pharma that settled with Oklahoma may be heading to bankruptcy good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center this is Oklahoma's first news heading to the nineties today our forecast is coming up the drug company that makes oxycontin is expected to file for bankruptcy protection after settlement talks over the nation's deadly overdose crisis at an impasse Attorney General in Tennessee and North Carolina involved in talks with Purdue pharma saper do a in the family that owns the company have rejected two offers from states over how payments under any settlement would be handled the drugmaker settled with Oklahoma in March agreeing to pay two hundred seventy million dollars to fund addiction research and treatment in Oklahoma the breakdown puts the first federal trial over the opioid epidemic on track to begin next month and sets the stage for a complex bankruptcy involving more than thirty states and twenty thousand local governments Oklahoma's trial against opioid maker Johnson and Johnson was held in state court Senate Democrats hope to hear back today from online retailers about their policies on selling guns and gun components Evan brown reports a panel of U. S. senators is expecting answers from top leaders at Amazon eBay and Google as to what their company policies are for allowing private a retail sales of firearms accessories and ammunition the senators all Democrats with three of the presidential candidates sent letters last month many of those online platforms already prohibit sales of guns though sometimes private sales of accessories escape their detection the senators demands made sure to highlight accessories for semi automatic rifles such as a R. fifteens hackers may be to blame for millions of dollars stolen from the state's law enforcement retirement system Brian gan reports computer hackers of stolen more than four million dollars from the pension fund for retired Oklahoma highway patrol troopers and other state law enforcement all. officers though a notice posted on the Oklahoma law enforcement retirement system website says no pension benefits are at risk it's believed hackers access the system through an employee's email account the system has almost fifteen hundred retirees and more than a billion dollars in funds a new city ordinance said Guthrie will allow police to issue parents tickets if their children repeatedly missed school instead of waiting for the charge to go first through the Logan county district attorney's office police sergeant Anthony Gibbs tells news for it's a good thing we can get a child in the school studies show that the literacy goes up through the roof there and ability is whether or not they're going to be in jail later on whether not gonna be able to hold down a job parents will first get a phone call from the school then from the school resource officer if those calls are ignored the parents could be issued tickets with fines up to two hundred fifty dollars each plus court costs still water authorities release the identities of two people killed last month in what investigators believe was a murder suicide Jim Forsyth reports officers found thirty two year old Ashley Nicole Lewis and fifty three year old Christopher Lamar Stewart shot to death near east ninth and Perkins on August thirty first investigators say Lewis had been shot several times Stewart had been shot once they lived in still water but originally were from the Chicago area investigators say evidence indicates Stewart was upset with Louis because she planned to leave him and moved back to.

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

"Lookout for elders murder suspect who may be in Oklahoma City good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the case you can use that are in this is Kalman's first news temperatures climbing into the nineties today our forecast is coming up Altis police think a murder suspect may be hiding in southwest Oklahoma City they're looking for twenty eight year old Guan mail Massenburg the victim's body was found early yesterday his name is being withheld until his next of kin is notified the family of a man convicted of sex crimes in Cleveland county is offering a one thousand dollar reward for information leading to his capture jurors convicted thirty two year old Joseph Stevens on Wednesday of two counts of forcible sodomy and one count of lewd acts with a child and recommended a one hundred thirty nine year prison sentence authorities say Stevens came into the courtroom with his family then left and did not return he'd been out of jail on a fifteen thousand dollar bond still water authorities release the identities of two people killed last month in what investigators believe was a murder suicide Jim Forsyth reports officers found thirty two year old Ashley Nicole Lewis and fifty three year old Christopher Lamar Stewart shot to death near east ninth and Perkins on August thirty first investigators say Lewis had been shot several times Stewart had been shot once they lived in still water but originally were from the Chicago area investigators say evidence indicates Stewart was upset with Louis because she planned to leave him and moved back to Chicago. from the KT okay weather center and the forewarned stormteam another hot day for us in the metro partly cloudy high of ninety two will drop back to around seventy tonight tomorrow partly cloudy again with a high again in the low nineties hello in the low seventies and on Wednesday partly cloudy we have a twenty percent chance of an isolated storm will have a high of eighty nine your next news update in ten minutes I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay. newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of.

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

"One big pharma that settled with Oklahoma may be heading to bankruptcy good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay news center this is Oklahoma's first news heading to the nineties today our forecast is coming up the drug company that makes oxycontin is expected to file for bankruptcy protection after settlement talks over the nation's deadly overdose crisis at an impasse Attorney General in Tennessee and North Carolina involved in talks with Purdue pharma saper do a in the family that owns the company have rejected two offers from states over how payments under any settlement would be handled the drugmaker settled with Oklahoma in March agreeing to pay two hundred seventy million dollars to fund addiction research and treatment in Oklahoma the breakdown puts the first federal trial over the opioid epidemic on track to begin next month and sets the stage for a complex bankruptcy involving more than thirty states and twenty thousand local governments Oklahoma's trial against opioid maker Johnson and Johnson was held in state court Senate Democrats hope to hear back today from online retailers about their policies on selling guns and gun components Evan brown reports a panel of U. S. senators is expecting answers from top leaders at Amazon eBay and Google as to what their company policies are for allowing private a retail sales of firearms accessories and ammunition the senators all Democrats with three of the presidential candidates sent letters last month many of those online platforms already prohibit sales of guns though sometimes private sales of accessories escape their detection the senators demands made sure to highlight accessories for semi automatic rifles such as a R. fifteens hackers may be to blame for millions of dollars stolen from the state's law enforcement retirement system Brian gan reports computer hackers of stolen more than four million dollars from the pension fund for retired Oklahoma highway patrol troopers and other state law enforcement. officers though a notice posted on the Oklahoma law enforcement retirement system website says no pension benefits are at risk it's believed hackers access the system through an employee's email account the system has almost fifteen hundred retirees and more than a billion dollars in funds a new city ordinance said Guthrie will allow police to issue parents tickets if their children repeatedly missed school instead of waiting for the charge to go first through the Logan county district attorney's office police sergeant Anthony Gibbs tells news for it's a good thing we can get a child in the school studies show that the literacy goes up through the roof there and ability whether or not they're going to be in jail later on whether not gonna be able to hold down a job parents will first get a phone call from the school then from the school resource officer if those calls are ignored the parents could be issued tickets with fines up to two hundred fifty dollars each plus court costs still water authorities release the identities of two people killed last month in what investigators believe was a murder suicide Jim Forsyth reports officers found thirty two year old Ashley Nicole Lewis and fifty three year old Christopher Lamar Stewart shot to death near east ninth and Perkins on August thirty first investigators say Lewis had been shot several times Stewart had been shot once they lived in still water but originally were from the Chicago area investigators say evidence indicates Stewart was upset with Louis because she planned to leave him and moved back to Chicago..

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

"Lookout for elders murder suspect who may be in Oklahoma City good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the case you can use that are in this is Oklahoma's first news temperatures climbing into the nineties today our forecast is coming up Altis police think a murder suspect may be hiding in southwest Oklahoma City they're looking for twenty eight year old Guan mail Massenburg the victim's body was found early yesterday his name is being withheld until his next of kin is notified the family of a man convicted of sex crimes in Cleveland county is offering a one thousand dollar reward for information leading to his capture jurors convicted thirty two year old Joseph Stevens on Wednesday of two counts of forcible sodomy and one count of lewd acts with a child and recommended a one hundred thirty nine year prison sentence authorities say Stevens came into the courtroom with his family then left and did not return he'd been out of jail on a fifteen thousand dollar bond still water authorities release the identities of two people killed last month and what investigators believe was a murder suicide Jim Forsyth reports officers found thirty two year old Ashley Nicole Lewis and fifty three year old Christopher Lamar Stewart shot to death near east ninth and Perkins on August thirty first investigators say Lewis had been shot several times Stewart had been shot once they lived in still water but originally were from the Chicago area investigators say evidence indicates Stewart was upset with Louis because she planned to leave him and moved back to Chicago. from the KT okay weather center and the well worn stormteam another hot day for us in the metro partly cloudy high of ninety two will drop back to around seventy tonight tomorrow partly cloudy again with a high again in the low nineties hello in the low seventies and on Wednesday partly cloudy we have a twenty percent chance of an isolated storm will have a high of eighty nine your next news update in ten minutes I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay. newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of.

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

"The search is on for thieves in millions of dollars stolen from the Oklahoma law enforcement retirement system Jeff Manasseh reports officials with the pension system for retired Oklahoma highway patrol troopers and other state law enforcement officers say computer hackers stole four point two million dollars in funds following what state officials believe was an attack of the agency's email system telling the Oklahoman that almost five hundred thousand dollars of stolen money was able to be recovered and that no pension benefits of any members are at risk the FBI is investigating the drug company that makes oxycontin is expected to file for bankruptcy protection after settlement talks over the nation's deadly overdose crisis hit an impasse attorneys general in Tennessee and North Carolina involved in talks with Purdue pharma saper do and the family that owns the company have rejected two offers from states over how payments under any settlement would be handled the drug maker settled with Oklahoma in March agreeing to pay two hundred seventy million dollars to fund addiction research and treatment in Oklahoma the breakdown puts the first federal trial over the opioid epidemic on track to begin next month and sets the stage for complex bankruptcy involving more than thirty states in two thousand local governments Oklahoma's trial against opioid maker Johnson and Johnson was held in state court peace talks between the US and the Taliban are on hold Kenny has more secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the Taliban is responsible for it not happening on Sunday Pompeii said the Taliban tried to gain leverage in the negotiations by carrying out terror attacks in Afghanistan including a suicide car bombing last week that killed twelve people including an American soldier that attack prompted president trump to. cancel the peace deal we made real progress but in the end come on over reached how they forgot that America is always going to protect its interests well this is in a war of attrition American people should know we will continue to apply the proper pressure to make sure that we never struck with her again the president also getting some heat from lawmakers in his own party for even considering inviting Taliban leaders to the U. S. less than a week before the nine eleven anniversary Altis police are looking for a suspect in the fatal shooting of a man whose body was found early yesterday the victim's name is being withheld until his next of kin is notified the suspect is identified as twenty eight year old Kwan mail Massenburg in the thirties I think he might be hiding in southwest Oklahoma City still water authorities release the identities of two people killed last month and one investigators believe was a murder suicide officers found thirty two year old actually Nicole Lewis and fifty three year old Christopher Lamar Stewart shot to death near east ninth and Perkins on August thirty first investigators say Lewis had been shot several times and Stewart had been shot once they lived in still water but originally were from the Chicago area investigators say evidence indicates Stewart was upset with Louis because she planned to leave him and moved back to Chicago state treasurer Randy McDaniel says Oklahoma's economy is still expanding but it's not as robust as in previous months he says the state August tax collections totaled a billion dollars up a modest three point two percent over the same month last year. okay whether.

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on KTOK

"Millions missing from a state retirement system good morning I'm Jacqueline Scott and Katie okay new center this is Oklahoma's first new year's heading back to the nineties today our forecast is coming up the search is on for thieves in millions of dollars stolen from the Oklahoma law enforcement retirement system Jeff Manasseh reports officials with the pension system for retired Oklahoma highway patrol troopers and other state law enforcement officers say computer hackers stole four point two million dollars in funds following what state officials believe was an attack of the agency's email system telling the Oklahoman that almost five hundred thousand dollars of stolen money was able to be recovered and that no pension benefits of any members are at risk the FBI is investigating the drug company that makes oxycontin is expected to file for bankruptcy protection after settlement talks over the nation's deadly overdose crisis hit an impasse attorneys general in Tennessee and North Carolina involved in talks with Purdue pharma saper do and the family that owns the company have rejected two offers from states over how payments under any settlement would be handled the drug maker settled with Oklahoma in March agreeing to pay two hundred seventy million dollars to fund addiction research and treatment in Oklahoma the breakdown puts the first federal trial over the opioid epidemic on track to begin next month and sets the stage for complex bankruptcy involving more than thirty states in two thousand local governments Oklahoma's trial against opioid maker Johnson Johnson was held in state court peace talks between the US and the Taliban are on hold Kenny has more secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the Taliban is responsible for it not happening on Sunday Pompeii said the Taliban tried to gain leverage in the negotiations by carrying out terror attacks in Afghanistan including a suicide car bombing last week that killed twelve people including an American soldier that attack prompted president trump to. cancel the peace deal we made real progress but in the end of Taliban over reached how they forgot that America is always going to protect its interests well this isn't a war of attrition American people should know we will continue to apply the proper pressure to make sure that we never struck with her again the president also getting some heat from lawmakers in his own party for even considering inviting Taliban leaders to the U. S. less than a week before the nine eleven anniversary Altis police are looking for a suspect in the fatal shooting of a man whose body was found early yesterday the victim's name is being withheld until his next of kin is notified the suspect is identified as twenty eight year old Kwan mail mass in Bergen authorities think he might be hiding in southwest Oklahoma City still water authorities released the identities of two people killed last month and one investigators believe was a murder suicide officers found thirty two year old actually Nicole Lewis and fifty three year old Christopher Lamar Stewart shot to death near east ninth and Perkins on August thirty first investigators say Lewis had been shot several times and Stewart had been shot once they lived in still water but originally were from the Chicago area investigators say evidence indicates Stewart was upset with Louis because she planned to leave him and moved back to Chicago state treasurer Randy McDaniel says Oklahoma's economy is still expanding but it's not as robust as in previous months he says the state August tax collections totaled a billion dollars up a modest three point two percent over the.

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"NWEA dot com. Ben Jeffries from the WB AP twenty four seven news desk. Police in China have arrested a man who allegedly shot and killed fifteen year old Alejandro Camacho of McKinney after a deal over a small amount of marijuana went bad on Friday afternoon. Investigators were able to find that the shooting happened near the intersection of Wiley, farm road and creek view drive and Anna police believe the Camacho and four other males. Started a fight inside a van after which one of the four identified as eighteen year old Christopher Lamar Turkish got out of the vehicle and started shooting into one of the bullets struck Camacho and the chest eventually killing him. The driver of the van took Camacho to medical city. Mckinney have dropped him off in the parking lot. Staircase has now being held in the Collin county jail on a half million dollars bond for murder Steve coming WBZ AP twenty four seven years for it was business as usual Sunday. Morning for others. Caffeine became even more critical than normal because of the changeover to daylight saving time, Joel crouch of Addison works at a local golf course. Intel's NBC five longer. I mean, what's his starkness? Others though, aren't happy. They have to adjust their body clocks in Austin, two bills have been introduced one of the house the other in the Senate that would eliminate daylight saving time altogether. One lawmaker has also introduced a resolution calling for a statewide election to decide if daylight saving time should stay or call a house committee is scheduled to hold a public hearing on one of the bills later this week a new poll by yougov dot com. Says fifty four percent of Americans said they would support doing away with daylight saving time. WBZ AP weather clouds and scattered thunderstorms through Monday and overnight low of forty eight that daytime high of fifty three degrees right now. It's fifty two degrees at DFW from the WBZ news desk. I'm Ken Jeffries. Your next update at twelve oh to twenty four seven coverage at WBZ p dot com. Home prices have gone up by fifty percent in the last six years. However, it seems values are peaking. You've probably also heard. The Federal Reserve is raised the fed funds rate. Four times in two thousand eighteen alone. But mortgage rates have actually dropped by half a point since late last.

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Some seven hundred and fifty billion dollars from congress for defense spending. That's up thirty five billion dollars from last year. And the president specifically is asking for eight point six billion dollars fours long promised border wall. This is actually the first time. The Trump administration is asking for border wall funding for more than one source correspondent Boris Sanchez. There are new levels of desperation in Venezuela as the country's worst blackouts continue people are gathering at mountain. Streams to collect water scrounging for spare cash to buy food. I'm Evan Haning. Now, what's trending on WBZ, AP and WBZ dot com. I know to from the WB AP twenty four seven news desk. I'm Steve coming police. Kenny are asking for the public's help and tracking down a shooter who fired shots into a crowd Friday night and killed a man police say it happened in front of a house in the eight hundred block of maple lab around seven PM, they say some sort of a fight broke out. Followed by gunshots fired into the crowd one man was hit and killed. He's been is fifty five year old James Pentagon. The only thing police know about the shooter at the moment is that they may have driven off his silver passenger car. Lori Kelman WBZ AP twenty four seven news. Police Anna have arrested a man who allegedly shot and killed fifteen year old Alejandro Camacho of McKinney after a deal over a small amount of marijuana went bad Friday afternoon. Police believe that Camacho and four other males started to fight inside a van after which one of the four identified as eighteen year old Christopher Lamar circus got out of the vehicle and started shooting into it. One of the bullets struck Camacho and the chest eventually. Killing the driver of the van took Camacho medical city McKinney and dropped him off in the parking lot. Staircase has be held in the Collin county jail and a five hundred thousand dollar bond for murder. Twenty twenty presidential candidate Julian Castro appeared yesterday at the south by south west festival in Austin. Then this morning, he talked on CNN state of the union about his take on the policy that separated immigrant families at the border and was meant to deter more immigrants from coming here under international law and US law. Somebody has a right to present himself or herself at the border and to seek asylum. You'll remember that last year the administration said that they were taking little children away from their parents because they wanted to deter other families from coming to the United States. They said that if we were cruel enough to just take these little children away from their families that that would show all of these other families Central America that they shouldn't come to the United States. Now the forecast from news eight the clouds are back in there will be some hit or miss showers overnight with low in the upper forties..

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Saying a colombian president santos said you know latin america is not on board with the active military intervention and pierced hammer keith traveling with the vice president thanked him thanks let's talk more about the racist violence in charlottesville over the weekend as we just heard vice president pence condemned it on a trip to colombia but events like this are sometimes viewed differently in the rural white commune these make makeup donald trump's most loyal base they're also portrayed differently in the conservative media popular in those small towns north country public radio's brian man has that piece of the story when donald trump for spoke about the deadly violence in charlottesville he blamed the rioting and bloodshed on many sides failing the name the white supremacists the neonazis who organized the march that's worked a huge backlash even from many republicans but the president's words sat just fine with christopher lamar off i think when he called for unity of the country that should have been what was pounded on by pounded on the maaf means respected he loves donald trump and says the president never gets a fair shake from the media we met sitting on a bension in mind bill new yorker rust belt town north of albany on a beautiful summer afternoon lamar smoked a cigarette while we talked he says he hates the idea of neonazis but now he thinks those white guys he saw in his tv marching in charlottesville have some reasonable arguments this is different white supremacy movement going before before brew i i don't think the white served saying will were better near you saying why can't we be treated all is equal ma thinks affirmative action program should be scrapped he also thinks the neonazis who sparked mayhem in charlottesville are no worse than a lot of activist groups on the left but i didn't hear anything from barack obama but black lives matter and that was another he grew in fact black lives matter has no history of violence or racial bigotry comparable to america's farright militias neonazis or clam groups but that's not how this plays even in fairly mainstream conservative media were liberal groups are often portrayed as radical dangerous i think the president nailed it he condemned in the strongest possible terms hatred and bigotry on all sides beer hegg south cohost of.

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"christopher lamar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"christopher lamar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is npr news when president trump i spoke about the deadly violence in charlottesville he blamed the rioting on quote many sides that sparked a firestorm of criticism but his words match a set of beliefs held widely in conservative culture and also in right wing media many of trump's supporters think that much of america's political violence is now now caused by the left north country public radio's brian man reports on rural culture and conservative media he joins us now via skype hi brian i stacy brandt you've been talking to people in rural upstate new york where you live howard donald trump's words and his framing of charlottesville playing there a lot of people here think president trump got it pretty much right i mean in these areas where the population is largely white and rural a lot of people think urban unrest and violence has more to do with liberal groups and groups on the left than it does with neonazis in white supremacist i talk today with christopher lamar he's a trump voter in mind the new york i think he was right on the 4s we want to condemn him because he didn't go specifically after the of white supremacists but i didn't hear anything from barack obama but black lives matter and that was another hate grew all brian i mean black lives matter does not have a record of violence or terrorism or anything like the neonazi and white supremacist groups do where is this idea coming from its actually really common and conservative media places like fox news and breitbart and also a m talk radio for years they've portrayed black lives matter and now antifascist regroups that people often refer to as and tifa they described them as being the equivalent of the kkk or nazis even though as you say you know these parallel just don't hold up factually here's an example kind of a discussion today that happened on fox news where gop strategist evan siegfried basically laid out this argument that everybody is equally to blame in charlottesville i think that we also have you to present come out and condemn anti ivan her democrats condemn anti either because they go their and their entire ammo it to provoke violence and violent clashes with the extremeright brian a talk a little bit more about antifat conservatives have been focusing of light of.

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