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New York City Schools Still Missing 77,000 Devices That Students Need For Learning
"The The New New York York City City Department Department of of Education Education has has revealed revealed that that 77,000 77,000 students students still still lack lack learning learning devices devices such such as as tablets tablets and and computers. computers. And thousands more still struggling to fully participate in remote learning do too connected connectivity issues. Brooklyn borough president joining other leaders, educators, parents and students today to demand action and accountability and telling WCBS today we're calling on the DEA deal. We too clearly. Give daily communications to every student's family who's waiting for devices, including up today tracking on device deliveries. That was Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adam's New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Karenzi appeared before the City Council committee on Friday to answer questions about the racial disparities regarding remote learning. And he said the city is working to get every student a device to be connected.
New York City Council Committee Approves Bill Allowing Electric, Propane Heaters For Outdoor Dining
"Committee has approved a bill that allows the use of electric and propane heaters in outdoor dining areas. Restaurant owners had complained about restrictions on propane heaters. The full City Council is due to vote on that bill tomorrow.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Confident Her Air Pollution Plan Will Pass Chicago's City Council, Despite Delay
"Mayor Lightfoot's planned to increase environmental regulations on industrial developers has stalled in the City Council. But despite the setback, the mayor says she is not discouraged. BBM political editor Craig Del Amore, with the story mayor like puts proposed crackdown on industrial polluters did not clear a city Council committee, partly because some aldermen feared it would discourage development and others felt it was taking some automatic power away. Mayor says it's not a power grab. This isn't about automatic prerogative or power. It is about making sure that residents are protected and that they have fair notice when somebody is coming into their neighborhood who potentially could endanger their health through air quality issues, And she says she has every intention of seeing the ordinance approved.
Chicago City Council committee approves $6.65M in police settlements
"City Council Finance Committee has approved several settlements worth more than $6.5 million. It is for lawsuits brought against the Chicago Police Department. The biggest payout 3.8 million is going if the full City Council agrees to former police officer Laura Kubiak. She was a sign of the department's media relations office. She was verbally And physically threatened by another officer while at work. She filed a complaint and was subsequently reassigned or midnight shift on a high crime area. Alderman Alderman Scott Scott Walker's Walker's back back Your Your Chairs Chairs Finance Finance Committee Committee says says her her case case should should have have been been settled settled years years ago ago We've We've seen seen here here is is that that the the former former law law department department and and former employees that were the supervisor of Officer Kubiak probably could have Dealt with eight years ago, and it was just kicking the can down the road on guy think that the cost to taxpayers one up over time the full council has to vote on the settlements. The dollar rounds, though, are according to most experts not expected to change.
Seattle City Council committee votes to loan $70M for West Seattle bridge repair
"Threats from lasers and the Seattle Police Foundation is doing something to protect them. Sherry's gag her with the foundation says they've started a got your six campaign, which means got your back. She spoke with Jon Carl's from from our sister station K. V. I. So our goal without you sick is to raise 365,000 over the next month to show Seattle police officers that the community has their back 365 days of the year. And our first commitment is to purchase laser eye protection for all SPD officers. So far they have raised more than $80,000 toward their $365,000 goal. Student teachers say they
City Of Chicago Set To Announce Plans To Replace Lead Water Pipes
"Working on a plan to replace lead water pipes leading to people's homes. W B BM is burning, too. Boy with the story. Water Water commissioner commissioner Randy Randy Counter Counter says says there there are are 400,000 400,000 lead lead service service lines lines that that carry carry water water into into people's people's homes. homes. Lead Lead pipes pipes were were banned banned in in 1986 1986 and and Connor Connor told the City Council committee. One of the reasons the city has not yet replaced them is because there's so many of them are estimates it could cost 8 to $10 billion to swap out those pipes for safer ones. The city will unveil specifics of the plan in the coming weeks, but commissioner counter does say residents would need to opt in to get the pipes replaced. He does not say whether residents would pay a portion of the cost. He says residents do in other cities.
Long Beach committee to discuss police policies, ways to prosecute misconduct on Tuesday
"Down long beach's police safety committee is holding a meeting today for the first time since protests began against police brutality last month the city council committee will look at the department's use of force and abuse of power policies they'll also discussed whether a special prosecutor should be appointed specifically for police misconduct
Philadelphia Council committee advances bill that could turn many city streets into sidewalk cafes
"Become a Philadelphia city council committee yesterday advanced a bill leading outdoor restaurant service happen almost anywhere in the city but K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports some members made it clear they have reservations council president Darrell Clarke did not like what he saw when he drove through a popular restaurant district last weekend each other open the service based drinking and talking you will quickly be back on the road so while Clark city was all forgetting restaurants back up and running after the code nineteen shut down he wondered how the city would enforce social distancing and other regulations he and his fellow district council members like Cindy bass also feared nuisance businesses taking advantage of the new rules ranching this opportunity without having input from the district council person it's a problem the bill was amended to give council members and community groups a chance to weigh in during a three day permitting process it then passed the committee unanimously and goes to the full council Pat Loeb KYW newsradio
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"Of the state National Guard arrive they will be here doing temperature checks and health screenings at the entrance of the campus the Illinois department of Human Services which oversees the facility says having the Air National Guard on site will free up Ludeman staff to be able to work directly with resident male life its nominee for Chicago police superintendent faces a virtual confirmation hearing today former Dallas police chief David Brown will meet with the city council public safety committee virtually because of the covert nineteen quarantine if the older like what they hear from him brown's confirmation will be sent to the full city council a ride in a Tennessee uber gave last month an impression on the driver of that uber driver Tammy Rivera told people magazine one of her passengers last month was a nurse who was hungry after working an overnight shift Rivera says their conversation encouraged her to raise money to buy meals for medical staff members working during the corona virus pandemic so she did it and so far she's raised more than twelve thousand dollars for food now let's get an update on WGN sports and with that here's Dave Benett thank you Steve good morning viewers start for better times in sports finally get their long awaited look at something fresh there wasn't a replay of an old game or video game the last time the last dance the highly anticipated docu series on the bulls last championship team made its debut last night on ESPN the first two episodes premiering last matter getting generally rave reviews after detailing the shaky relationship between GM Jerry Krause and Phil Jackson dance Scotty Pippen Michael Jordan's college days of North Carolina and his resistance to a minutes limitation after a foot injury his second year with the bulls the next two episodes will air next week more on this later on this morning it's draft week in the NFL the draft begins Thursday with the first round the bears don't have a first round pick but they do have to around two on Friday on the whole of the Blackhawks the northwestern Wildcats and white Sox baseball day that it WGN sports your money on WGN the opening bell rings this morning after stocks closed out last week on a high note as a new drug showed promise in treating coronavirus markets also got a boost from a huge surge in Boeing shares and the White House talk about re opening the economy in some states Dow Jones gained seven hundred four points on Friday the S. and P. gained seventy five the nasdaq added up one hundred seventeen points this morning though futures are in the red Dow futures are down nearly three hundred points nasdaq futures off nearly fifty eight points almost a half a percent S. and P. futures are down at about thirty two points more than a percent this morning markets are mixed in Europe higher in London and in Paris lower in Frankfort and lots of red on the screen from Asia this morning in Japan off nearly a percent in the Hong Kong up nearly a quarter and in China of nearly a half a percent Wells Fargo is accused of favoring businesses that borrowed large amounts of money under the corona virus relief bills.
Philly Council committee approves third ballot question
"Philadelphia city council committee today approved a third ballot question for the April primary this one would ask voters to approve giving graduates of the city's career and technical education programs extra points on the civil service exam here in the city hall bureau chief Palo tells us this proved to be more controversial than it might sound councilman David oh announced before any testimony was given that he was voting against the bill because he thinks preferences for city jobs should be reserved for veterans and the children of fallen police and firefighters that is a special preference because of the sacrifice that they have made but a majority of the committee rejected the notion that expanding the preference would hurt those who have it now Marie economia Sanchez spoke as a graduate of a C. T. E. school and and and and and and and and and and it's not an either or the bill was one of five charter changes originally on the committee's agenda but chair shall Parker says there was consensus that it was a bit much to ask voters in a presidential primary to study up on half a dozen ballot questions so if this passes the full council along with two ballot questions the committee advanced on Monday voters will face three questions in April
Charter changes creating Labor Department, allowing political activity by city workers advance in Philly City Council
"Could get its own labor department if voters approve a ballot referendum that passed the city council committee they also advance the bill that would ask voters to relax the ban on political activity for city workers cable I W. city hall bureau chief Pat lobe has more the city charter created fifteen departments but no labor department deputy mayor rich Lazar says it might not have been necessary then but things change this charter change represents a pivotal moment in the history of Philadelphia our residents have fought long and hard for their rights as employees pay for equally hard for city government as a partner in protecting their interests in the last several years the city has passed laws against wage theft and discrimination and requiring sick leave an affair work week the proposed department when force these laws resolve disputed oversee sexual harassment and discrimination complaints within city agencies the bill now advances to the full council if it passes their voters will be asked in April if the department is needed also a step closer to the primary ballot is a bill that would allow non manager city workers to volunteer on political campaigns as long as they're for offices outside the city sponsored Derek green says he introduced the bill at the request of employees who would like to work on the presidential campaign this year at city hall Pat lobe K. Y. W. news radio
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"In Detroit a city council committee hearing testimony about a new dangerous dog ordinance they could go into effect later this year Detroit animal and controlling Kerr director David Crump says the ordinance is set to make pet owners responsible the ordinance is designed to make sure that we are able to take active measures against animals which act out which act inappropriately which act dangerously potentially dangerously or are nuisance this is going to hold honors both responsible for their pets and make them accountable for their actions the city council will discuss the ordinance again coming up in another two weeks the big bombshell today in the world of sports the manager and general manager of the Houston Astros fired after Major League Baseball suspended them one year and find the team five million dollars for stealing secret pitching signals used by imposing team center burger starts you know our technology that we use now about players and teams those who are considered kind of a new steroid most of it though nineteen that you would be worried about except you know what comes down to this start so it's about the message we're fleet near the the Bucks for it became something that's out of control that's packed to put all of our sister station ninety seven when the ticket speaking live here on W. W. J. I'll have more in sports by the way coming up that's just about two minutes away police have confirmed the body found this afternoon your home in Lodi township southwest of Ann Arbor deputies responded to a home or noble road in Taylor lane about four thirty this afternoon officials confirmed one person dead it said it was too early to determine a cause now they are not revealing any information on how the person died as we mentioned or in fact to this what's investigators still on the seat in the sea this evening no word of any arrests anyone with information is asked to call the Washington County sheriff's office are confidential tip line or you can try crime stoppers that number is obviously one eight hundred speak up delta airlines blaming attack issue for the ways between a few minutes to one hour many flights today is that the issue was fixed around six this evening in a statement out to tells W. W. J. a small number of delta flights were delayed at the gate prior to departure due to a brief period of Sloan is in the system that generates white dispatch paperwork fights rob reading as normal they said they apologized to customers who were inconvenienced by any of the device WWJ news time ten fourteen the Detroit institute of arts will be getting a very special visit starting this week it's not easy being green that is covered the fraud on the public created by Jim Henson in nineteen sixty nine is going on display this Friday current first appeared in nineteen fifty five in the rear of W. R. C. T. V.'s Sam and friends it was a prototype Kermit was created from a discarded cult the belong to Jim Henson's mother used to ping pong ball halves for eyes the DA's Kermit will resemble the Muppet show profit which debuted in nineteen seventy six by the way the original nineteen forty seven Howdy Doody it was last on this plane twenty fifteen will also join correct the exhibit will run through late March and.
LA city planning committee shoots down 215-unit housing project at former Verdugo Hills golf course
"Months that LA city council committee shoots down a development project at the former Verdugo hills golf course the land sets in the hillside to donde it was to be the side of more than two hundred housing units represented a for the councilman underground Martino's telling the planning committee that safety from disasters like wild flowers is a top concern that fact raises real concerns about fire and life safety that need to come first this is especially important given that in the last two years of foothill communities of the seventh district were center stage to what were respectively the two largest wild fires in the city's recent history for gains represents the developer says there's a need for the housing crunch been at this for fifteen years this application is over ten years old we actually had seven different city council people during that time in this particular test gains of the former golf course has been slated for zoning that allows multiple units of housing to be built and is now threatening legal
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"A punchline for public news service i'm rise brown at an assembly hearing today in sacramento lawmakers were to highlight ways educators can inspire more african american males students to stay in school and work to achieve their goals suzanne potter reports they assemble select committee on ending what's often called the school to prison pipeline midst today it will hear from the team behind a report on reclaiming the premise of racial equity for black males in california sociology professor dr angela williams is a member of the california federation of teachers taskforce on the subject he says he'd like to see a state program to promote diversity among teachers and administrators let's focus on not only attracting more african american men to professor let's develop an intimate programs that intentionally help defy recruit developer maintain back no educators and classified staff a u._c._l._a. study found that the ratio between white male students and teachers in california is fifteen to one for black males it's v fifty four to one seventy seven to one for asian males and one hundred fourteen to one for latino males the hearing takes place at ten a._m. at the state capital the committee is expected to continue studying the issue and could propose legislation for next year to implement the reports recommendations williams points out that our study from johns hopkins university found black students are more likely to graduate if they have even one black teacher and having an african american teacher for african american students and for other students in fact is a benefit the report also recommends training teachers and staff on racial equity and unconscious bias and forming partnerships with trade unions to funnel kids into apprenticeship it also supports restorative justice programs that rely on community service and counseling in place of suspensions and expulsions for public news service i'm suzanne potter an oakland city council committee voted last night to approve a ban on police use of facial recognition technology some council members and citizens complained to could be used to target specific racial groups and some see the technology as an invasion of privacy and civil liberties k._p._f._a.'s sean finally has the story oakland's public safety committee recommended the facial recognition ben the committee cited multiple studies from tech companies and m._i._t. the demonstrate technologies inaccuracy and potential for abuse the study found that the software incorrectly identified woman of color up to thirty five percent of the time also on tuesday the united nations called for a moratorium on surveillance technology council president rebecca kaplan says the band represents another step in eliminating racial bias in the oakland police department i want to be clear that i knowledge that this one technology is by no means the only question and our work on the broader the problem of racial profiling and the specific targeting of black people does need to continue i don't want to suggest that this one issue would sold all of that but nevertheless i think it's important as technology evolves that we don't have implementation of things that would make these problems worse that we have an opportunity to step in prior to having a new expanded racial bias problem the oakland police department asked the committee an amendment to the band which would only outlaw real time facial recognition the police said this would allow them to use previously recorded footage to expedite and improve their recognition of suspects bruce stuff macher from the police departments research and planning unit put forward his case for the amended ban so arguably o._p._d. does need some types of technology to help solve more more of these crimes and that's why we're asking for an amendment ban an amended ban that just balances these complete these competing challenges so all we're doing is asking for that future possibility as we strive to balance probably privacy with public safety the committee rejected the proposed amendments watchdog organization say facial recognition software is not only ineffective and inaccurate but it also violates the privacy of individuals here's a. c. l. u. attorney matt cable american islamic relations member samir who's mon- and share of the city's privacy commission brian holford facial recognition we'll make oakland irs less safe this is a technology that gives the government and unprecedented power to track people to know where they are who they associated with some manufacturers even occurred to build identify how people feel it's a chilling of our free speech people would be more concerned about whether or not they should be in public or at these gatherings with a high error rate when mo- searches don't return a good match when injury to our democracy and right to privacy is so clear we conclude concerns far outweigh the benefits to ban will move forward to a full vote of the city council on july sixteenth if the measure passes oakland would become the second major city to ban the technology san francisco bandit last month sean plano reporting for k._p._f._a. a new bill a._b. eight seventy nine in the california legislature would regulate what are called ghost guns firearms that escaped background checks and registration requirements because they are assembled from individual gun parts purchased separately according.
"city council committee" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"May seem like a distant problem. But it is happening where we live recent UN report, found women and girls account for almost three quarters of all victims and they make up all the diffraction of those who are trafficked for sexual exploitation was part of the focus in Philadelphia city council today. It would city hall bureau chief, Pat Loeb is with us on the round of now. Pat hotels are the main target of this Bill. Yes, city council committee, her testimony on a Bill that would hold hotel owners, not just hotel owners, but the owners of any property where there is a human trafficking going on. And human trafficking is defined in the state statute, but for the Philadelphia city council members at the hearing today if came down to the kind of the inducement of young girls minors, who are induced into prostitution, and most of that does happen at hotels, there are some notorious hotels where it happens in Philadelphia in twenty thirteen three of them were rated, and they found girls as young as sixteen and seventeen. That had been held pretty much against their will or in exchange for drugs that were used for this for the sex trade. And this. This Bill would have held those who tell owners responsible though. Tell owners can be sued civilly, but they're not criminal criminally liable. And this is just in other mechanism to, to attack human trafficking again. So the bills out of committee, whatever its prospects. Yes, it's once it gets out of committee. It's it's it'll be a pretty easy thing have a lot of support Ellen. I testified they're anxious to do this. They would also like to shut a lot of these hotels down earlier this year. They did shut down one called the blue moon that had had seven hundred nine one one call before they were able to shut it down. So Ellen is an enthusiastic partner. And the police department is supporting this. So it's prospects are pretty good in Pat Loeb forest at city hall. They class today for Philadelphia public school students but it's just a start of a big project on.
"city council committee" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"City council committee, the green light from the rules committee means the motion. Now moves to the full city council for consideration. The goal is to direct the city attorney to draft an ordinance allowing the city to recover the full cost of enforcement from business and property owners that lease space to those illegal pot shops councilwoman Monica Rodriguez motion states that the city already assesses property owners and businesses for the cost of other public safety enforcement such as reducing brushfire hazards. She believes the same should be done for closing down unlicensed cannabis businesses, and there are hundreds still operating across the city. The city has given the DWP the authority to cut off utilities to a legal pot shops, which she says takes a lot of resources at LA city hall, Margaret, Cho arrow, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio Catholic churches agreed to the largest sex-abuse settlement this history. Eight million dollars. That's how much the LA archdioceses paying to settle the sex abuse lawsuit involving Ivan Barabbas for a was the athletic director at San Gabriel mission high school back in two thousand sixteen he was accused of taking a fifteen year old freshman student to Nevada for sex and of arranging sex with the girl on campus for us was prosecuted. Indiana pleaded guilty in this case as part of this very public, very expensive, eight million dollar settlement the L A archdiocese. In a statement admits that serious harm was done to the life of the victim survivor, Craig figure KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. If you're looking to hang out with a bunch of cute kittens that have some coffee at the same time. There's a loud Joe picking up in West Hollywood for you like the Crohn's and whiskers can't cafe in West Hollywood, the kitten lounge will give you a chance to hang out with the kittens to see which one or which ones strike your fancy. We don't have an exact date yet but mid June twenty nineteen the kid lounge will be opening the founder and CEO of the cafe tells connects there's already a waiting list. So how does one keep all that cat hair out of the coffee? We partner with the coffee shop. So when people order the orders, go directly to our partner cafe, and they bring the orders over to us. She says the goal is to save five hundred kittens from euthanasia this kitten season, Robarts, Archer KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. It's two twenty..
"city council committee" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Editor's desk. Three things to know sponsored by Oliver heating and cooling. In his state of the union address. President Trump calls on congress to break decades of political stalemate he made the case again for his border wall and touted the US economy. A former Radnor township Commissioner has pleaded guilty to federal charges involving images of child sexual abuse. Jerry, Sandusky has won a partial victory in Pennsylvania superior court, which has ruled that he should receive a new sentence. W Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo report seat. Superior court has upheld a lower court ruling that Jerry Sandusky is not entitled to a new trial and child sex abuse charges, but the court has ordered to be given a new sentence. Superior court says the overall thirty to sixty year length of Sandusky sentence was improperly based on mandatory minimum sentences for the charges in a statement. Sandusky security says they will appeal the denial of a new trial to the state supreme court has for the resentencing. A spokesman for the state attorney general's office says no decision has been made on appealing the resentencing part of the ruling. But if there is a resentencing the spokesman says the AG's office looks forward to presenting arguments as to why Sandusky should remain behind bars for a long time in Harrisburg, Tony Romeo. KYW newsradio. A few businesses in Philadelphia stopped taking cash KYW city bureau city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports the city council committee advanced a Bill that would require. All businesses in the city to accept legal tender responsible RIA Kenya. Sanchez fears that credit card only policies deny access to people who don't have the wherewithal or the credit rating to get.
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"And was not housebroken hadn't didn't know how to play with a ball made a lot of progress, and he's just a wonderful family dog. Now. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. A month after he was nominated to be Seattle's permanent director of human services. The mayor's pick has yet to pass out of a Seattle city. Council committee councilwoman Shamas says mayor Jenny durken should withdraw Jason Johnsen's nomination. Until the community has a chance to weigh in that the mayor's office and the city council us, a really transparent and accountable process for appointing the director of the human services department Johnson wasn't inside higher already. The interim director for the last ten months. Seattle times reports H S D has seen its budget grow to nearly two hundred million dollars as the city seeks to help thousands of people in shelters and on the street and a former King County jail inmate is suing the county after he was brutally attacked by his cellmate. Toby Meagher says he was booked into King County jail for assault. When fellow inmate Troy Lee, bashed his face against the cells steel sink, and then stomped his head. The suit says Lee has a history of violence against fellow inmates. Komo news time to ten sports at ten forty past the hour from the Harley exterior sports desk. Tom Glasgow leading off with the first place, husky basketball team kids, the huskies. And Trojans of the doghouse tonight is Washington looks to run it's perfect conference record to aid and DOE center. Noah Dickerson, San he and other senior certainly having fun, this season, poem is awesome..
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"This. Blustery Tuesday morning, partly to mostly sunny, quite cold, the high today thirty nine but the wind chill temps will be in the twenties for much of the day so bundle up. It's thirty two. Now, partly sunny in central park at ten zero three workers dealing with nine eleven illnesses are still having a hard time taking time off to care for their health Marla diamond with that story NYPD traffic agent. Linda, Mercer says she's still choosing between getting chemo treatment and going to work. She testified before city council committee, Monday don't have no say time some asking y'all to please help me Mercer's union. The CWA is one of several unions, refusing to accept the mayor's deal advocate John feel says they should wait do not negotiate with the mayor's office because we'll be back in Albany, January city attorney Steven banks insist they're not asking the unions for trade offs or give. Backs but just nine other unions have agreed to the city's sick leave offer Marla diamond WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty of the NYPD is looking for a bus rider who slash another passenger aboard an MTA bus in the Bronx the victim identified by the daily news as Zadi and Rica's has two large cuts across her face. Just above a right. I the twenty two year old tells CBS too that the woman attacked her after she reached out to pet the woman service dog and the two got into an argument. I went to go leave the bus because.
Airbnb rules clear another hurdle after 3 years of debate at L.A. City Council
"Besides their primary residence the plan was pushed by councilman Mitchell. Englander he says the so so-called. Vacation rentals are different than short term rentals and should be allowed with minimal restrictions councilman. Mike Bonnin was among those who objected telling the LA times that Englanders plan was quote a Christmas gift to the short term rental industry. The city says its goal now is to pass ordinance governing vacation rentals by next July. That's when the new short term rental rules would take effect if they pass for KCRW. I'm Darrel sets men and a city council committee is recommending giving a nearly one hundred million dollar public subsidy to accompany proposing to upgrade the convention center and expand existing hotel.
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"The weather breezy and cold today when children the teens sunny and cold throughout the day says Kirk Mellish with a high of forty five we'll be talking about a warm up in his five day forecast. Just a moment. Number two, some new modest parking lot booting rules. Make it out of Atlanta's city council committee here way short about long practice, but they would require better signs and number three Georgia climbing into playoff position to the SEC championship game. The dogs now have the final spot in the latest playoff rankings moving up one to number four UTA was six this time last year, the top three or still Bama, Clemson and Notre Dame with Oklahoma and Ohio State just out might have a shot to get into the playoffs. Now, even with the loss on Saturday. WSB news time is six sixteen. The only five day four after Stacey Abrams. Lost the remnants of her campaigns sued a change how elections in Georgia Iran, Lauren. Grow war, go former campaign manager for Stacey Abrams says this lawsuit is the result of forty thousand complaints her organization. Fair fight Georgia has gotten from all over the state. What's it all boiled down to suppress the vote or go points to more than two hundred polling places closed over the past two years, hundreds of thousands of voters purged from the roles and glitches in voting machines camp who beat Abrahams and a close election for governor has called these allegations hogwash pointing to record turnout during the midterm election. Pete combs, WSB Republicans chalk up a win in the Senate runoff in Mississippi. I'm do pre in Washington after weeks of setbacks in a number of house races. Republicans got a chance to celebrate last night. With a Senate went in Mississippi. That result means the GOP gain two seats in this year's elections while the victory of GOP Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith was well short of the nearly eighteen percent. Win by President Trump two years ago. Republicans will now have a three seat in the Senate starting in January more on my blog at wsbradiOcom house. Democrats choose their leadership today, it appears Nancy Pelosi may have faced opposition within our own party is one by one been able to pick people off which is why Nancy Pelosi is quite frankly, very good at this job. And why so many things she should hold this job? ABC's Mary Bruce says she still may have some persuading to do before January. But so far no alternate candidate stepped up Gwinnett county, his public safety in next year's budget to the one point eight billion dollars proposed budget by Gwinnett commission chair Charlotte. Nash includes an additional thirty police officers and forty-one sheriff's deputies Jillian pack the last five years, they only had an increase of ten people deputy loose elisa's half of those will be assigned to the sheriffs fugitive squad Nashes also including a three percent market adjustment. Raise for all employees and a four percent pay for performance increase. If we're going to keep providing the kind of services either believe this got me into expects, we've got to be able to hire. And retain good employees in Gwinnett county. Sandra parrish. Wsb News time. Six eighteen checkouts in trouble in Georgia three sixteen our next traffic update unless the two minutes..
"city council committee" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Bay city council committee is now collecting information into the police departments use of an app that deletes messages. Police officials told members of the public safety committee officers used the app tiger text to communicate. And to take notes is useless suspended last month after the ACLU called the app illegal prompting several investigations into its use. By the department committee, tier Susie. Price says it's too soon to say if there was any wrongdoing we don't yet have the information that the review is going to bear out for us attorney Stefansson Sulu disagrees in called on committee members to bring in an independent group to investigate as a stands right now. We have the potential for serious violations that could have potato they could have been taking place during the time that this program is being used as attorney says they expect to have a full final report into the police departments use of the app by December first in Long Beach. Karen Adams, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio year long investigation. Culminates they dismantled like a Los Angeles based drug trafficking organization. The crew had been getting narcotics from Sinoloa Mexico. According to investigators and stashing them in various parts of LA county, some of the drugs made their way into Ventura County, which is why the sheriff's office got involved with anybody from similar cartels working in our area in the valley. Come to Ventura County, we're gonna arrest you that's been to accounting Undersheriff, Gary pen tests, he says detectives seized more than ten million dollars worth of narcotics including over six. Pound defense. The tiniest bit of which can prove deadly twenty two of the thirty two deaths. Earlier the year all all in it. Because you have some guy on that poster board mixing it with their heroin to try to improve their purity those arrested face anywhere from five to nineteen years behind bars. If convicted in Thousand Oaks, Margaret, caro- KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio to belong enforcement agencies. Search for more than three hours late this afternoon for a man missing near the border of brea and Rowland heights. He works for a construction company and was supposed to make a delivery, but never return. Police vehicle near the delivery site near north plenty and mid berry streets, but no sign of the man they had a bloodhound for the police department looking for the guy police you're walking any tips on the disappearance of the construction worker. The search for an armed burglar operating in the Malibu hills area takes on new urgency. Looks like he may have struck again last night at a community center less than a block from lost hills sheriff's station the burglary of the Calabasas community center happened at about three in the morning with a man using a large rock to break. Into the building and smash open the vending machine looting. It a food. That was inside LA. Sheriff's captain Eddy, Hernandez who heads up the major crime bureau says they haven't had a chance to review video of the break. And so it's not clear if the man was carrying a long gun he was seen with over the last several weeks, and he wasn't committed to a strategy releasing new surveillance video just yet, we do have some liens. We have some physical evidence that we're looking at so definitely an option. Hernandez says there's still nothing that links the suspect of the June killing of tristen dead in Malibu creek state park. But the fact he may still be armed is of great concern to investigators, and they're gonna use whatever tools they can do identify him and continue to search the wilderness areas in an effort to find him in downtown LA, Pete Demetrio KNX ten seventy NewsRadio the collection of juvenile detention fees comes to an end in cat finds a fees or a tough thing for families that struggle while the county start charging these fees nearly a decade ago. It has continued to collect on close to eighty nine million dollars in old debts. But it's such a slow rate county leaders contend, the minimal return is not worth the expense. Supervisors have unanimously passed a motion to stop. The collections immediately and forgive the debts finding there is compelling evidence. The fees hurt vulnerable families and are correlated to higher recidivism rates often enough, we refer to common sense. Efforts. This is precisely that supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas says the collection of these fees does not align with the board's vision of juvenile Justice Claudio fescue, tack KNX ten seventy NewsRadio phone and nine one. One lines have been restored to the Arcadia police department. They had an outage earlier tonight and calls are being handled by Monrovia police, but the outages over so he can call Arcadia police.
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"Our district attorney, I'll make it a priority to protect working people immigrants preyed upon for their vulnerability and victims of police misconduct. This campaign. Video features Gwen Carr, the mother of Eric garner who died after police put him in a chokehold and Valerie bell, the mother of Sean bell. It was shot to death by police on the morning of his wedding. Lance men chairs the city council committee on criminal Justice, the current DA in queens is eighty five year old Richard Brown. He's held that office for more than twenty five years. Most political observers expect him to retire at the end of his current term. The numbers are in and just under forty seven percent of New York City. Third through eighth graders were proficient in reading on the latest standardized exams just under forty three percent were proficient in math stale, mayor de Blasio says the results show the city's public schools are on the right track. He says he came into office looking to shake the foundation of a system that neglected too many students parents teachers and schools, and he says we now have a school system that steadily improving before our eyes wins news time seven marriage seems to be making a comeback. Correspondent Brian Clark reports on the results of a study from the university of Maryland the divorce rate in America fell by eighteen percent. From two thousand eight two thousand sixteen experts say a major factors that young people especially women are holding off on marriage until they're on more stable educational professional financial footing university of Maryland. Geology. Professor Philip Cohen says that lowers the risk of divorce buddy says this trend is also lead to marriage becoming more of a status symbol, professor. Cohen says the trend points to a system where marriage is.
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"Is seventy seventy two currently downtown Los Angeles at ten forty seven. Los Angeles city council committee will be looking at ways to enhance the visitor experience of the Hollywood
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"Good morning. They're six more days until New York's primary election last night, the four democratic candidates for state attorney general took the debate stage to make their case for the I'm Richard Hake. New Jersey's Hudson county is dropping a federal contract hold the tain immigrants and its local jail. Also, look back at the highlights of yesterday's questioning of supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh people were asked to raise their hand. Give a hand how many people believe a sitting as a matter of law that a sitting president cannot be indicted during the term of office. We saw the videotape. You raise your hand. And it seems like falls on its way Sunday and only be in the sixties, but one of the great joys of summer still available. We'll talk about ripe
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"Need of a new speed limit some may argue you can hit higher speeds in a. Scooter then you can in your, car while stuck in traffic and. While we are on the topic of sharable transportation we'll, regulators soon be putting on the brakes for app rides like Uber and lift we'll go. In depth plus the Oscar. Goes to how will the Oscars new popular award category go over but this new category breathe new life into Hollywood's most iconic show and. Later in. The show we'll get the latest on developing story what's going on. With the eleven starving children founded that New Mexico Compound court documents reveal new allegations about. The children in those adults taken into custody and to, NFL football teams are about to get down with a troupe, of males who really. Know how to move and groove could this be. New victory dance will explain but I return our attention. To one of our favorite topics sharable electric scooters joining us as. Councilman Mike Bonin he is an advocate for setting safe electric scooters. Speeds and of course enforcing those speeds thank you for joining us Let's talk about enforcing those speeds. Because, before, we even get to. That can. You tell us very succinctly how, in wash Angeles for that matter anywhere else these scooters have been writing we're going to enforce the laws already on the books about people not writing on the sidewalks people not writing without helmets. People not going faster than? A certain speed, limit people not writing them if they're night eighteen years of. Age people not writing them unless they, have, for. Driver's license and we're going to enforce, all of that. Well okay that's, a big question. I'm glad run in depth So let me step back just a second. On this note the phenomenon here the electric scooters which have popped up in in in. Los Angeles biggest thing I hear about from constituents biggest thing, you probably hear about is folks are sick of being, stuck in traffic gridlock and one of the only ways that we can get. Out of that is if. We increase choices for people to get around in Los Angeles if we, increase mobility options and different phenomenons are are coming up you know we're we're we're. Building more mass transit more. Neighborhood shuttles we're trying to make a bus and walking or biking and walking easier and this is one that has emerged. That is really popular with a lot of folks. We need to have to make it work well for everybody, a sensible and enforceable regulatory scheme here in Los Angeles and that's what the city council has been. Working, on, my committee discussed yesterday. That's all well and good But I'm going. To stop you there because. He didn't answer the question how, are we going, to enforce the laws already on the books for the state of. California doesn't make a difference what the. City of Los Angeles does or doesn't do throughout the entire state it is illegal to. Ride these things on sidewalks to league all the things I just ticked off so how are we going to enforce that first before we get, to speed limit answered that one way we're going to do it, is through, these, regulations, if if things are not working well we. Can revoke the permits for the companies so one of the regulations that. We're putting down is that on the the base of the scooter you have to have. In a forty eight point font no riding on the sidewalks, because if you talk to most of the folks on, the scooters they think they're supposed to be on the sidewalks that education step. Is is key right there The second is you know where they get left a lot of, folks are complaining that they're left in the middle of the sidewalk where requiring. Them to have as part of their software something that will alert them. If the scooter is not in an upright position and then they have. To ours wants a report goes into actually move something and if if they are not abiding by all of this stuff we can revoke their permit to operate in Los Angeles entirely or we. Can go out and we can impound the vehicles the way we're dealing with the speed limit element. Is yeah LAPD is not going to go out and have a radar gun and be checking the speed of folks but they have built into their systems. They governor which regulates the speed and, my understanding is bird is about fifteen miles. An hour one of the new companies wanted to come in and compete for speed and go twenty miles an hour so we're saying as we're putting these, regulations in place for the, first year let's set twelve miles an hour as what they have, to have as governor and that's about the average. Speed of folks traveling in a bike lane And then we can go from. There but that way the enforceability is built in they physically can't go more than the twelve miles okay, so you've taken care of the speed. Issue which, I was going to. Ask you about what about the insurance of people who were. There are gonna be injuries because of this how much liability relies on the city how much lies on. The individual companies that are involved well we're requiring them even for a conditional, permit while we're regular we're putting the regulations in place where requiring them to. Have liability insurance to have indemnification for the city we are charging them Device for performance. Bond to help pay for some of our cost in dealing with managing, in cleaning up the impacts Los Angeles, city council, member Mike, Baden when Kennex, in-depth continues in about four minutes the New York. City council has just had a Naf enough, with the flood of, Uber and, lift drivers could something happen like that. 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"Return our attention. To one of our favorite topics sharable electric scooters joining us as. Councilman Mike Bonin he is an advocate for setting safe electric scooters. Speeds and of course enforcing those speeds thank you for joining us Let's talk about enforcing those speeds. Because, before, we even get to. That can. You tell us very succinctly how, in wash Angeles for that matter anywhere else these scooters have been writing we're going to enforce the laws already on the books about people not writing on the sidewalks people not writing without helmets. People not going faster than? A certain speed, limit people not writing them if they're night eighteen years of. Age people not writing them unless they, have, for. Driver's license and we're going to enforce, all of that. Well okay that's, a big question. I'm glad run in depth So let me step back just a second. On this note the phenomenon here the electric scooters which have popped up in in in. Los Angeles biggest thing I hear about from constituents biggest thing, you probably hear about is folks are sick of being, stuck in traffic gridlock and one of the only ways that we can get. Out of that is if. We increase choices for people to get around in Los Angeles if we, increase mobility options and different phenomenons are are coming up you know we're we're we're. Building more mass transit more. Neighborhood shuttles we're trying to make a bus and walking or biking and walking easier and this is one that has emerged. That is really popular with a lot of folks. We need to have to make it work well for everybody, a sensible and enforceable regulatory scheme here in Los Angeles and that's what the city council has been. Working, on, my committee discussed yesterday. That's all well and good But I'm going. To stop you there because. He didn't answer the question how, are we going, to enforce the laws already on the books for the state of. California doesn't make a difference what the. City of Los Angeles does or doesn't do throughout the entire state it is illegal to. Ride these things on sidewalks to league all the things I just ticked off so how are we going to enforce that first before we get, to speed limit answered that one way we're going to do it, is through, these, regulations, if if things are not working well we. Can revoke the permits for the companies so one of the regulations that. We're putting down is that on the the base of the scooter you have to have. In a forty eight point font no riding on the sidewalks, because if you talk to most of the folks on, the scooters they think they're supposed to be on the sidewalks that education step. Is is key right there The second is you know where they get left a lot of, folks are complaining that they're left in the middle of the sidewalk where requiring. Them to have as part of their software something that will alert them. If the scooter is not in an upright position and then they have. To ours wants a report goes into actually move something and if if they are not abiding by all of this stuff we can revoke their permit to operate in Los Angeles entirely or we. Can go out and we can impound the vehicles the way we're dealing with the speed limit element. Is yeah LAPD is not going to go out and have a radar gun and be checking the speed of folks but they have built into their systems. They governor which regulates the speed and, my understanding is bird is about fifteen miles. An hour one of the new companies wanted to come in and compete for speed and go twenty miles an hour so we're saying as we're putting these, regulations in place for the, first year let's set twelve miles an hour as what they have, to have as governor and that's about the average. Speed of folks traveling in a bike lane And then we can go from. There but that way the enforceability is built in they physically can't go more than the twelve miles okay, so you've taken care of the speed. Issue which, I was going to. Ask you about what about the insurance of people who were. There are gonna be injuries because of this how much liability relies on the city how much lies on. The individual companies that are involved well we're requiring them even for a conditional, permit while we're regular we're putting the regulations in place where requiring them to. Have liability insurance to have indemnification for the city we are charging them Device for performance. Bond to help pay for some of our cost in dealing with managing, in cleaning up the impacts Los Angeles, city council, member Mike,
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"City council committee held a hearing today on the bill that would add a new gender category to birth certificates they call it gender x rich lamb with our story from city hall the legislation would permit people born in new york city who don't identify as male or female to change their birth certificate gender category two x health committee chair mark levin a birth certificate is a critical document and having one that correctly reflects your gender identity is a basic human rights ac doom low testified before the committee identify as transgender non binary individual we caught up with a c later i was born in new york city i was born in kings county hospital in brooklyn i have a birth certificate that says that i am female but today twenty seven years later i understand my gender identity to be a non binary person not fully female not fully mail those ac put it to have a document that would say x to say i am neither male or female would be extremely affirming to me at city hall rich lamb wcbs newsradio eight eighty seven eighteen w traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the h emily west in the traffic center southbound the offramp to the cross bronx you still have that crash it's actually brought blocking lane on the ramps has still some delays with that also the cross bronx westbound pretty heavy from right to pass the burqa interchange to third avenue and then delays coming off the george made earlier disabled truck it's been cleared but you will find that slowdown down toward third avenue right on on the fdr still pretty busy northbound from the thirties on up to the rfk try triborough bq both ways from the ally to the brooklyn bridge slow than those outbound delays continue down toward the belts split the belt itself that's gonna be pretty busy too from flatbush avenue on and off toward the barisan evenson delays through queens right near jfk airport van wyk slowdowns ally eastbound that's still pretty busy woodhaven boulevard and that's gonna continue l toward the clearview plus the cross island southbound approaching the e dealing with those delays our next traffic update less than ten minutes on wcbs emily now the five day forecast over to the.
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"The app and save coupon under a mostly clear sky we'll head down to sixty two degrees overnight physical abuse an absence services a couple of horror stories told this past week to a city council committee at issue facilities where at least a thousand philadelphia children are housed up w city hall bureau chief pat loeb tells us the department of human services in juvenile court are under new scrutiny plays mission pepper it should not happen to any other you will david was fifteen when she was sent to an institution for truancy she had a hard time sleeping so one morning she tried to skip breakfast twisting me out of the bay because it was hurt and i was when i did the staff will miss one mir round facilitator door walkietalkie and my story was similar to others the committee heard and abuse was only part of it teens who'd come out of placement said their education had basically stopped their lives setback advocates testified the city must stop sending children outside of philadelphia and offer better options child welfare chief cynthia figueroa says the city's made progress but agreed more should be done of a commitment from the department of human services and myself as the commissioner we have to get this better we have to get this right hat lobe kyw newsradio what more can be done to stop opioid abuse before it starts a study from the university of pittsburgh looked at more than three hundred thousand medical records from hospitals in south western pennsylvania where opioid addict is a major problem almost half of the patients received an opioid in the hospital and those people were twice as likely to report abuse of the drug within a ninety day period the study author says it indicates more patients should be weaned off the drugs before they're discharged and efforts should be made to reduce prescriptions once patients have gone home steve kaethe and cbs news we'll check traffic neck it doesn't matter how it started it doesn't matter whose fault.
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"Center city council committee voted five to four today the send the contentious seattle head tax proposal onto a full council vote mostly unchanged council members sally bagshaw finance committee chair i want to get a sense for my college but i think it would be worthy to take a break and pick up monday because we've got a lot of work to do was after three hours of discussion public comment and amendment votes including rejecting an amendment by mayor jenny durken that proposed a two hundred and fifty dollar tax per employee head tax vote is not over and neither is the movement that supports taxing big businesses to fund affordable housing council members shamas encouraged people at the committee hearing to attend march on amazon tomorrow the rally and march set for eleven am saturday may twelfth rally starts at seattle central college plaza broadway and pine followed by marched amazon's headquarters in south lake union and the state attorney general says it isn't likely he or any other a prosecutor would go after amazon on charges of intimidating a public servant komo's charlie harder has the update to a story we first brought you last week when amazon put a halt to work on some of its construction projects in seattle last week critics called foul saying the company was trying to use his clout to influence and city council so there's been a web petition going around activists asking state ag bob ferguson to bring down the hammer on jeff bezos company criminal charges for intimidating public servant ferguson says is really isn't even his jurisdiction but he did take a glance at the complaint and if he had to weigh in the activists wouldn't like it he says it appears amazon has a right to do what it's doing he doesn't think the.
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"To raise the pot tax from three point five to five point five percent it would add an additional eight million bucks a year and we must think marijuana industry for stepping up saying we want to be a part of the solution i think that's huge and i think underscores kinda the the values that this industry has brought to the table and denver from day one the mayor along with the denver housing authority unveiled the proposal yesterday before a city council committee your colorado avalanche back in their opening round playoff series they outgun nashville last night five to three in her head coach jared bednarz says his team felt fed off the home crowd guys we're ready to go right from the start tonight you know great energy into building again fans were awesome our guys were energized and we run our toes in the aggressors early in that game and it paid off for us superstar eight mckinnon scoring twice in the win the apps are now down two games to one in that series game for tomorrow night at pepsi center who it's exciting as it will have more with mike reiss and sports at eight fifteen colorado springs police are going to be swearing in a new offer officer this morning our first four year old and it's officer joshua an officer joshua has some real physical challenges ahead of him yeah the four year olds dealing with stage four cancer and will be undergoing chemo later this week his mother is stationed at peterson air force base his father is a pastor good for him and good for that police department zerorez carpet care brings us that look at news this half hour.
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"Yeah i'll i'll explain i know you're giving me the weird look but let me explain how those two willie are very very close that's coming right up kfi am six forty jennifer jones lee and l city council committee has approved a draft ordinance designed to protect illegal immigrant renters the measure would make it illegal for landlords to ask attended about his or her citizenship status actor will ferrell has been taken to the hospital after a crash on the five in mission viejo the chauffeured suv ferrell was riding in last night flipped in the crash three other people in the suv including the driver were also hurt this age p says one person in the car had major injuries and ralston food for lesser looking to fill more than six hundred open positions in so cal the grocery chain has parttime.
Jared Kushner's family business faked documents, made millions: AP
"Listening to npr news this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake seven zero four thirty four degrees fair skies expect a high near forty five degrees today a city council committee is launching an investigation into jared kushner's family real estate business this after housing advocates reveal that kushner companies routinely filed false documents with city tactic some landlords used a force out rent regulated tenants oversight and investigations committee chairman ritchie torres says the violations were discovered by crosschecking publicly available information from city agencies these falsifications the lies of kushner companies was in plain view with hidden in plain view so it's a classic case of the right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing torres says the investigation will culminate in a report addressing communication between city agencies the kushner companies did not immediately respond to a request for comment some top city and state democrats are calling on governor cuomo and legislative leaders to pass an early voting measure they're pushing to make it part of the budget which is being hammered out behind closed doors attorney general eric schneiderman says impeding voting is unamerican more than three dozen other states allow early voting how bad are we we're being used as examples by states trying to restrict voting that they're still not as bad as new york that we've got to turn that around this year schneiderman spoke at a rally with progressive activists yesterday in manhattan he says the steady stream of corruption trials involving state officials like the recent conviction of a former cuomo aid means the time has never been better to pressure state lawmakers on early voting new york city transit president andy byford says one of the best ways to improve the city subway system is to increase train capacity by rolling out the communications based train control system it's already in place on the l line by says cbc effectively allows trains to talk to each other and his on its way to new lines now we're about to put it in on flushing we'll go to culver and to queens boulevard next but i want to get to the big guns i wanna do the lex line i wanted to the one two and three he spoke about the plan on the john customer td's radio show by says he's also prioritizing bus service amid slipping ridership.
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"May be asked to decide on to charter changes in may under bills approved by a city council committee kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports they've also approved the controversial bill requiring just clause four evictions philadelphia has taken a number of steps in the face of any action crisis this bill would require landlords to give thirty days notice and an explanation before evacuating rashida phillips of community legal services say they have clients who would benefit who have faced racial sexual gender family ethnicity and disability discrimination some landlords a room full of vocal supporters and all the witnesses supported the bell but opponents submitted written testimony calling the bill unconstitutional and councilman david ho voted against it that committee unanimously passed two bills that would put charter changes on the may ballot went to man date funding for the police advisory commission and the other two mandates sexual harassment training for all city employees pat loeb kyw news radio no no no he was wrong in his mother fiveday forecast sponsored by green line health after a seasonable and sunny tuesday clouds have increased across much of the delaware valley and four tonight because he some drizzle or even freezing drizzle but it will be very patchy in nature but to watch out for some isolated flicked sponsor low temperature at thirty two degrees for tomorrow valentine's day looking good for you and your sweetheart milder with a mix of sun and clouds high temperature at fifty one but we will see some rain showers developing overnight on wednesday and potentially a lingering morning shower on thursday otherwise mostly cloudy and very warm high temperature soaring more than twenty degrees above the average up to sixty five friday cloudy and breezy with periods of light rain probably should take that umbrella high temperature at sixty degrees and on saturday much colder on the backside of a cold front mostly sunny breezy with a high temperature of thirty nine but temperatures.
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"Son of a watergate conspirator is facing child pornography charges usa's chris barnes with details california deputy attorney general raymond liddy one of g gordon liddy five children was arrested at his home in san diego earlier this week officials say this baz january ladies internet providers sent a cybercrimes tip to the fbi about a possibly uploaded kitty porn picture record show there were at least ten such images uploaded from his computer raymond lady now expected to stay on house arrest his court date in august i'm chris barnes of chicago aldermen to turn of the heat on dogowners david stewart reports alderman gilbert va goes is introducing an ordinance that would not only impose fines on negligent pet owners but would also allow anyone to break into a car to release of peta distress if the under can be quickly located biggest wants to protect any good samaritan who rescues the pet from liability while also allowing police to write a ticket with the fine ranging from three hundred to one thousand dollars the measure now has to a city council committee for deliberation david stewart chicago senator lindsey graham is firing a warning shot about attorney general jeff sessions jeff sessions is fired near the holy hill the pay any effort to go after moeller could be the beginning of the end of the trump when i listen to laudable i'm not writing yelled train during rushhour hunting whales with the crew of the picot i can feel the cold air in my face and the icy spray of the atlantic crashing against the men uprising glove are asked this is my stop to me sorry go to audible dot com slash acts now andrew il notice free audible stories that surround you plenty reduce your risk of heart disease diabetes and stroke simple eat right this is.