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Houston state rep on the role of cops in schools
"As part of a larger debate on police reform there is a growing spotlight on the officers that patrol public schools activists say they shouldn't be allowed to arrest students Houston state Rep Jeanne Lewis an attorney who represents kids in the juvenile justice system says schools need to do their jobs instead of expecting police to address all whole list of emotional issues it was a mark always to break up fights and do other nonsense like that but you don't need to talk to do they shouldn't be doing those things in the first place is gonna send the increase of cops on campus since the Columbine school shooting activists say they serve a small role in need to be replaced with more counselors who can help troubled kids instead of arresting
Columbine school shooting survivor found dead in his home
"Survivor of the Columbine high school massacres found dead at his home in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Reporter Phil Hewitt says an autopsy scheduled for today on thirty seven year old Austin. Eubanks what he's sixteen Eubanks said, part of the reason he rarely spoke about the Columbine shooting is because he battled a drug addiction for years after the massacre, Eubanks became a public speaker for substance abuse victims. Police do not suspect foul play in his
"columbine school" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Wins news time four forty two. Newark police officers are a covering from non life threatening injuries. After a man they were trying to help drag them with his car. The whole thing was caught on bodycam video, which has now been released. It happened yesterday morning the officers got a call about someone in a car who was sick at Charleston and spruce streets, there police say they found him in his car using drugs. They tried to talk to him and he took off. Three. With us in the car. Are the voices of the officers? They call for help you hear one referencing her head injury. Again, both are expected to be okay. The suspect identified is thirty year old Jacob Wolski of Aberdeen is charged with aggravated assault alluding police possession of heroin and a weapon and resisting arrest nor police say they handed him over to Marlborough police who had a warrant for his arrest wins news time, four forty three twenty years after the Columbine high school shooting. Survivor has died under tragic circumstances, Thirty-seven-year-old Austin, Eubanks, traveled the country, as a speaker telling his story about the shooting and how he recovered from his addiction to the opiates. He began taking for his gunshot wounds in an interview he described how the painkillers became a way to escape the trauma of the shoot every time I took the medications it made me feel better. I didn't have to engage in the stages of grief. I could avoid that intense emotion die. Died yesterday in his home Eubanks. His family issued a statement saying Austin lost the battle with the very disease. He fought so hard.
Austin Eubanks, Columbine School And Connecticut discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Ending a man who survived the Columbine school shooting twenty years ago. Police say Thirty-seven-year-old Austin Eubanks was found dead. It is home early yesterday morning. Cops were performing a welfare check. He didn't answer phone Eubanks publicly struggled with opioid addiction after the shooting his best friend was shot and killed the hid together under a library table back in nineteen ninety nine Eubanks himselves shot in the hand the and later years, it became a public speaker, traveled the country, talking schools, kids really civic groups. About the dangers of opioids and prescription drug dependence, just two weeks ago. He was nearby. Connecticut speeding, the two thousand nineteen opioid prescription drug prevention conference and interview described how he just wanted to help people. I'm
Columbine shares message for nearby school after shooting
"Columbine. School officials are sending a message of support to a nearby school south of Denver that is the scene of the latest mass shooting the sign outside. Columbine says our hearts are with you stem. Authorities say to students of the stem school's highlands, ranch opened fire inside the. School Tuesday killing one classmate and injuring eight others. Charter school is located just a few miles away from Columbine. And today the shooting suspect Devon Ericson made his first quarter parent bowing his head during much of the
"columbine school" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"UN, you see dot EDU slash radio certified to operate in Virginia, by shed. KFI? We're going to see clouds and fog lows in the forties and fifties partly cloudy tomorrow, we're looking for highs in the sixties to lower seventies mostly sunny on Monday by the afternoon. Highs near seventy at the beach mid-seventies to lower eighties inland right now. It's fifty nine Embraer fifty nine lake forest. Fifty eight marina del Rey in sixty Burbank. We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Michael shebang. Six forty more stimulating talk as the dark secret place. Our number two. It is the twentieth anniversary of the Columbine school shooting. Now, you're not gonna hear about it next year because no one likes twenty one or twenty two. But the reason it's leading much of the news. This weekend is could today. Four twenty bra is the anniversary of. Probably the twentieth. Anniversary of Columbine. I guess not counting the the two shooters thirteen dead that number has been exceeded since then, but the phenomena of the middle class white male bringing a gun to school and shooting up the school, sadly has become something that is part of the landscape would appear the most high profile one recently, of course, in parkland, Florida. Okay. Our governor Gavin Newsom tweeted out that the federal government has done nothing since Columbine. The whole thing I answered him..
"columbine school" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Since the Columbine school shooting, family, members survivors and first responders gathered for an overnight vigil honoring the victims correspondent Clayton Sandell reports from Littleton Colorado today, the community is gathering to honor twelve students and one teacher. Tom Mauser still wears the shoes his son Daniel had on the day. He was killed Columbine. Also became a rallying cry for copycats, according to ABC news investigation. We found that around fifty attacks plots or threats have been reportedly inspired by Columbine. And this week brought a new burden as federal authorities. Let a manhunt for a Florida teen infatuated with the shooting. She was discovered dead in an apparent suicide Wednesday in the foothills of west Denver or west of Denver rather spending the holiday weekend at mar-a-lago President Trump's response to the mullahs report has been evolving via Twitter on Thursday. I'm having a good date. But the president's mood change possibly after hearing and see how the Muller report was being analyzed a Friday. Tweet statements are made about me by certain people in crazy Muller report, which are fabricated and totally untrue. Watch out for people to take so called notes. Let seems to be a reference to his former White House counsel, Don Mcgann described in the report is refusing to fire Muller and described in some media analyses, thereby saving the Trump presidency. A Saturday morning tweet. The fake news media is doing everything possible to stir up an anger, the Powells, and as many people as possible. One Republican Paul who delivered a blistering assessment Senator Mitt Romney who wrote he was sickened by the president's behavior. Bob Costantini, Washington wins news time, six thirty five. A new ruling in Flint Michigan. Judges ruled that residents can now sue the federal government in connection with the city's water quality more than a dozen lawsuits, including class action cases where filed against Michigan and the city of Flint after the city's water was found to be contaminated with the lead in two thousand fourteen and twenty fifteen one lawsuit alleges the state had. Didn't treated the water with an anticorrosive agent, which violates federal law the lawsuits claim the EPA was negligent in its response to the lead contaminated water, the EPA declined to Klein to comment on the ruling resident Trump says he's open to a third summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong as North Korea continues to knock US representatives. I it was secretary of state Mike Pompeo now, it's national security adviser John Bolton, criticized the secured, national security advisers nonsense, call for Pyongyang to show that it's serious about giving up its nuclear weapons in the past. Both in has called for preemptive strikes against North Korea on Thursday, North Korea said it no longer wanted to deal with secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, and that he should be replaced and talks by someone warm it sure this hours after it announced its first weapons test since nuclear talks broke down, according to some experts. The North Korean moves appeared aimed at dividing Trump from senior officials in the hope of exacting concessions particularly relief. From punishing sanctions wins. News time, six thirty eight entertainment news up next. Every morning. The McDonald's kitchen is a symphony.
"columbine school" Discussed on KTRH
"The twentieth anniversary of the Columbine school shooting? The men who is the principal at the time of the shooting attended a memorial coming here and reflecting in reading what the pitcher you get to know about their children. They were in what they leave more events are planned today. The actual anniversary of the attack. A letter written aboard the Titanic tells him an event that could have changed history. Fox's Kathleen Maloney explains in a letter to his wife on April tenth nineteen twelve steward. Richard Geddes describes a near collision as the Titanic left. The port of Southampton in the United Kingdom for its maiden voyage. The city of New York broke her ropes. He says and almost slammed into the ocean liner. But the crash was avoided had it happened. The. Attack wouldn't have proceeded on doomed transatlantic journey where she didn't iceberg and sank. That letter is now up for auction in the UK. Kathleen Maloney, Fox News. It's five of three in local news police pulled a Jeep out of lake Conroe guy was backing out of his house backed his way down to the boat dock and right into the one quick thinking neighbor grabbed a hammer jumped in smashed a window and got the drive around. It's going to be an interesting phone call to the insurance agent rockets playoff series against Utah, Jazz just to Salt Lake City tonight after the rockets took the first two games in Houston guard. Austin rivers says the team is taking nothing for granted. Take.
"columbine school" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The FBI recently confirmed that that they have found this deceased from an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound that was the word out of Denver Colorado in the lunchtime. Our today concern. Turning eighteen year old south Florida woman that traveled from Miami to Colorado to Denver obsessed apparently with the Columbine school shooting. Let's welcome in Alex stone who is there in Denver, Alex, good evening to you. My friend. Good evening to you. And you have the concern was that she was going to carry out another shooting, and we're only two days away from the twentieth. Anniversary of the Columbine shooting that friends and family told the FBI. She was obsessed with Columbine win. She'd gone three one way tickets from Miami to Denver on consecutive days. She ended up flying on Monday. But it's the one way they're really concerned the FBI that they knew she was obsessed with Columbine. She took one of those one way flights landed here in Denver ended immediately within minutes of leaving the airport stopped at a gun shop and body a shotgun. Well, then they had tracker. And our sources are telling us that using the Uber app they were able to track where she went and they began searching in that area today, they found her body was found dead self inflicted, gunshot wound. They don't believe anybody was working with. Her. They believe she was working alone. But they tonight are scouring or social media or blog trying to figure out more information about her and just making sure that nobody else was working with her. And I want to remind everybody Alex that this was a credible enough threat that they closed down schools in in the Denver area today. What was it fifty thousand or half a million kids home from school, right? Billion kids hundreds of schools were shut down. This was seen as a very credible threat based on what he told Sam -ly what she had boasted online what they knew about the gun purchase and our obsession of Columbine. And it's not that uncommon donate for those who ended up carrying out mass shootings to be obsessed with Columbine. Even though there have been so many mass shootings since nineteen ninety nine in school shootings did many of them go back to on obsession and a real interest in Columbine, the Columbine killers for whatever reason that that there's a lot of times a link today. So that concern the FBI that much more. They didn't know where she was in this area..
"columbine school" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Dot com. A Cumulus station. Students is over craft video release. I'm Mike boss. A self inflicted gunshot is the suspected cause of death for eighteen year old Florida woman who had federal state and Denver area. Police searching for her since she arrived from Florida and bought a gun. So pie was consumed with the Columbine school killings, and that caused safety director, John McDonald to close schools in my mind, the fascination the Columbine. Worship purchased the weapon. The fact that you know, she made the jury here for me. It's all about protecting our environment our schools, that's how we made that decision. Potentially embarrassing. Video of Robert Kraft may be released in these solicitation of prostitution case against him despite objections from Robert Kraft's lawyers ended unresolved legal motion prosecutors said they intend to release video that is expected to show the New England Patriots owner receiving sexual services at a Florida days spa. Prosecutors said absent of a court order state law compels them to release the evidence to the media, though, pixelated or blurred depictions of pornographic images. The patriots owner faces two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution. He pleaded not guilty. Prosecutors offered to drop the charges in exchange for fines community service and admission that he would be found guilty. If he went to trial. I'm Steve Kastenbaum..
"columbine school" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"On a scooter another charged with murder Bob real with that story moving toward a green new deal to tackle climate change in Los Angeles. I'm Margaret caro- at city hall of radioactive waste inside the shuttered Senate over nuclear plant. I'm Brian ping the stories plus traffic every ten minutes on the five coming up in five minutes. After CBS covers the world at ten o'clock. CBS news on the hour. Real news real reporting on that piper. French president Emmanuel Macron with these strong words today through an interpreter. Yes, we will reason filled the cathedral Notre dam and make it even better than before that just a day after that devastating fire tour through the historic eight hundred year old Notre Dame cathedral correspondent laid Cobb from the scene of people have come here to walk along the keys along the bridges near the cathedral, the the whole island this section of the island where the cathedral is has still been closed off. But people wanted to come and look out this structure is to really check. Did it really full down at our go did the roof caved in and his arrest of really still standing it is and the great organ at its eight thousand pipes were also saved and remaining. Intact more than twenty schools in the Denver area were placed on lockdown as believes search for an eighteen year old at they're considering armed and extremely dangerous. CBS nicotine's tells us she is still out there. News learned that Seoul pious travel to Colorado from south Florida and made credible threats to the Jefferson County school system. The Denver post reports pious may be infatuated with the Columbine school shooting. Thority say she was last seen wearing a black t-shirt camouflage pants and black boots in the foothills of Jefferson County, this office, they're assured parents that students were safe in fact after school activities were running as normal today except for at Columbine high school where activists were cancelled as a precaution Saturday. We'll be twenty years since the Columbine school shooting. President Trump has rejected a congressional attempt to withdraw US support for the Saudi Arabian led war in Yemen. He just vetoed a resolution that would have cut off military aid to the Saudis lab. Core is senior fellow at the center for American progress. The equipment that we're providing them has ended up in the hands of groups like al-qaeda and also in the hands of the hoagies giving it to a ran. So now, the Iranians are going to be able to use our equipment and know how it works. The veto is just the second of Mr. Trump's presidency measles cases in the US surged again at our on pieces at a record for most illnesses in decades, while twenty states, every ported cases, New York has been the epicenter. The CDC's Nancy messo near we are now on track to have the worst year for measles. Since Musil's was eliminated in two thousand in recent weeks. Measles has spread from fifteen to twenty states. This news. This report brought to you by CBS audio for more news, entertainment sports and lifestyle features..
"columbine school" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Because they happen and are happening more frequently we've had twenty seven shooting since columbine school shootings we've had school shooters like the school shooter in parkland who basically did everything but by radio time telling everybody he was going to do this and still nobody was there to put the pieces together and in order to do that maybe what you need is to do to treat school shootings the same way we treated of the events of nine eleven the same way we treat we treat terrorism where you say okay what do we do we when when school when when nine one one happened we didn't ban tall buildings we'd in box cutters we didn't ban planes no what we did was we protected the airports we short up to protection we created homeland security and now their job is to root out terror cells and that's what they do and take look at terrorist attacks have happened since then so as far as school shootings go the way i think my personal opinion you you do the same thing first of all you lock down the schools first of all you give them protection if that means metal detectors that means armed guards if that means whatever that means you make sure that the schools you know this is security system that can be put in schools is in indiana where the police have the monitors and they could see where the shooter is right at the station they could see the guys moving around so you know you make sure he got that in place for secondly in terms of actually protecting the schools you know they have the ones the best systems out and it does the things were the police are monitoring their cameras they have automatic and remote locks and they have smokescreens to confuse the.
"columbine school" Discussed on LI News Radio
"The nineteen th anniversary of the mass shooting at columbine high school and high school students took a stand by taking a walk it was national school walkout day for thousands of students nationwide and john lawrence reports enough is enough that's the main message from the thousands of students taking part in friday's national school walkout we finally see that we aren't alone that some other people in other states far away from us feel the same way and wanna make change for the walkout came from lane murdoch a sixteen year old sophomore from connecticut in the time i've been high school we've had the police las vegas and now amnesty shooting so this is something that surrounds us every single day she and others with the groups say they have a three part goal hold elected officials accountable promote solutions to gun violence and demystify and engage students in the political system friday marks the nineteen th anniversary of the columbine school shooting were twelve students and one teacher were killed walkout organizers say elected officials haven't done enough since then if we didn't start now well we're going to have to probably wait and see to the next shooting and that shouldn't happen i'm tired of seeing young people die because decisions that were made by them correspondent john laurence former first lady barbara bush died this week here's correspondent clayton neville on the passing of the.
Student wounded in shooting at Florida high school, authorities say
"There's been some breaking news about a shooting thankfully it does not sound catastrophic but i do want to bring you up to date on this breaking now on the mike gallagher show one student shot another in the ankle this morning at forest high school in florida this is near ocala the injured student a boy suffered a nonlifethreatening injuries been taken to a local hospital the show but the but the good news is the shooter is in custody it sounds like it's one student involving another student which is a little bit chilling considering today is the nineteen th anniversary of the columbine school shooting in colorado and in fact a number of students around the country today are planning walkouts now you know you're fourteen fifteen sixteen year old kid you want to be an activist you're inspired by some of these kids from parkland who are on both sides of the the gun control debate i i don't think we ought to get to bent out of shape over kids who want their voice to be heard on this grim anniversary of the massacre in littleton colorado i mean frankly actions have consequences and if there's a policy against walking out of class in your son or daughter is high school and they walk out of class and they march around with a sandwich board or whatever they're gonna do maybe they're gonna get suspended maybe they're gonna have detention maybe they're gonna get penalized with with their letter grade whatever i don't think anybody should realistically expect anybody who protests or who is a voice of protest not to face any accountability a little bit like this professors a big debate about this professor who said horrific things about mrs bush after she died this goofy writing muslimamerican whatever poet whatever she is.
Student wounded in shooting at Florida high school, authorities say
"There's been some breaking news about a shooting thankfully it does not sound catastrophic but i do want to bring you up to date on this breaking now on the mike gallagher show one student shot another in the ankle this morning at forest high school in florida this is near ocala the injured student a boy suffered a nonlifethreatening injuries been taken to a local hospital the show but the but the good news is the shooter is in custody it sounds like it's one student involving another student which is a little bit chilling considering today is the nineteen th anniversary of the columbine school shooting in colorado and in fact a number of students around the country today are planning walkouts now you know you're fourteen fifteen sixteen year old kid you want to be an activist you're inspired by some of these kids from parkland who are on both sides of the the gun control debate i think we ought to get too bent out of shape over kids who want their voices to be heard on this grim anniversary of the massacre in littleton colorado i mean frankly actions have consequences and if there's a policy against walking out of class in your son or daughter's high school and they walk out of class and they march around with the sandwich board or whatever they're gonna do maybe they're going to get suspended maybe they're gonna have detention maybe they're going to get penalized with a with their letter grade whatever i don't think anybody should realistically expect anybody who protests or who is avoid of protests not to face any accountability it's a little bit like this professors who big debate about this professor who said horrific things about mrs bush after she died this goofy writing muslimamerican whatever poet whatever she is at fresno state and she's such a vicious vile person that she she tweets out to her followers the witch is dead and i'm glad that george w bush's sad that his mother died and all these terrible ugly things which incidentally is a symptom of social media is there are plenty of people who just want to say the most shocking awful provocative things to get noticed to get attention well okay you're a tenured professor at fresno state free speech doesn't mean you don't have to face any consequences for hate vile nasty content especially if you're a representative of a.
Ocala, Florida school shooting suspect ID'd as Sky Bouche
"By the ad council nineteen th anniversary of the columbine school shootings tragedy averted at a high school in ocala florida the nineteen year old entered the school with a sawed off shotgun he fired one round slightly injuring another student but was quickly arrested by school resource officer marion county sheriff billy woods credits preparation and training we we already had stuff in place that's why it worked today it's already there i don't have to prepare for anything come monday it'll be the same thing sheriff's office says the shooter told them he felt ignored and picked a school as his target because he thought it would get more media attention he faces a host of charges more legal troubles for an embattled governor governor eric writings have missouri's already in trouble for allegedly taking an inappropriate photo of the woman with whom he had an affair without her consent now saint louis prosecutors have hit him with a new felony charge accusing greitens of tampering with computer data he allegedly got the donor list from a charity he founded called the mission continues and use that list to raise funds for his campaign associated processes campaign raised over two million dollars using that list grains originally deny getting it but did agree last year to pay a one hundred dollar fine for failing to report that his campaign had gotten the donor list joel nato fox news files of mortars filed past the casket of former first lady barbara bush as she lay in repose at a houston churchill friday her widower former president george herbert walker bush graded value of the mortars mrs bush's funeral will be held saturday she'll there'd be buried at her husband's presidential library in texas palestinian say they'll be asking a un human rights council to establish a commission to carry out an independent investigation of the israeli military's killing and wounding of palestinian during propalestinians during protests in gaza those protests continued on friday i'm jack callaghan fox news radio.
"columbine school" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Spreads love through the world pot is legal but only indoors if you're twenty one so this remains a renegade festival even with corporate sponsorship and city policing and as always an aromatic one in golden gate park doug sovereign kcbs in fremont students at one high school held a walk in instead of a walkout today to protest gun violence kcbs bigly reports that comes on the anniversary of the columbine school shooting in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine many students came to american high school before the first bell to rally against gun violence masters by honk their support at the students signs like sorry for the inconvenience we are just trying to change the world sophomores fruity patel and you heat asai said recent school shootings have made them all nervous really want to say that we're scared to go to school we still want to go to school and learn that are scared i guess we are above trying to put on a brave face many teachers also joined in the protest on the nineteen th anniversary of the columbine school massacre teacher's union president victoria burbach carreira says they want to do everything they can to keep their schools safe kids learn best when they feel safe they feel secure and if they having zaidi about about any issue but obviously this sort of city situation they're not going to be learning and achieving at their fullest potential at least one motorist was overheard shouting at the protesters i have the right to own a firearm in fremont matt bigler kcbs meanwhile some san francisco teachers pushing wells fargo bank to join the fight against guns in schools kcbs melissa course reports on what they want from the bank on friday morning a group of san francisco educators gathered at the wells fargo corporate offices in the city's financial district to deliver a letter to ceo tim sloane expressing concern over the business the bank does with the nra and it was no accident that the group picked this particular day coast to coast north to south there are students walking out of schools to demand an anti gun violence and that the elected officials do the.
CDC issues strong new warning against eating romaine lettuce
"The federal aviation administration says airlines have twenty days to thoroughly inspect fan blades on all engines like the one on the southwest airlines jet that exploded tuesday one person was killed the faa says it's emergency order affects more than three hundred fifty engines in the us alone the state department's annual human rights report is out today and it includes some new language the section once called reproductive rights for women has been scrapped along with data on contraception access and maternal mortality it's been replaced by the title coercion in population control documenting involuntary abortion and sterilization this is npr from k q e d news i'm tara siler student activists from around the bay bay area where some of those who walked out of class today to call for gun control here on the nineteenth anniversary of the columbine school shooting k cuties vanessa unkind kanye has more from students at incidental junior and high school in alameda after a rally in front of the school the students marched to a local winery were alameda mayor and city council members read a lunch meeting after some negotiating the city leaders came out to hear from students sixteen year old honesty smith told them her cousin was shot and killed i don't want any more prayers i want i want us to be heard i wanna know then when i grow my kids have a future where they are safe the mayor took sell fees with students in city leaders like maryland as he ashcroft and jim odi gave them business cards you made me cry so i'm sorry the students then headed back to class i'm vanessa don gonyea acuity news public health officials have expanded their warning about e coli infected lettuce as cake ud's daniel vinton reports the warning comes amidst a growing number of cases and hospitalizations the cdc had already warned consumers to avoid chopped romaine from the yuma arizona growing region today the agency expanded the warning to include any type of store bought romain lettuce that could be from the region if you don't know where it's from the cdc says throw it out so far there are thirty one hospitalizations and fifty three cases around the country due to this.
LAPD officer charged with murder in DUI crash that killed family
"Kabc news live and local at three thirty i'm jeff whittle and north korea just announced that it is suspending its nuclear and missile tests and will shut down its nuclear test site ahead of kim jong un summit with president trump in the coming weeks own says they no longer need any nuclear tests or mid range and intercontinental ballistic rocket tests over one hundred east l a students walked out of class today on the anniversary of the columbine school shooting to call for gun reform the students from several high schools want their voices heard and not only on the street but also the voting booth over your seventeen year old katie santos torrance high school is encouraging others to preregister to vote we want to make sure that these guns are off the streets no civilian needs military grade automatic or semi automatic rifles it's just not right she says they also don't want teachers to be armed barada or more counselors and mental health treatments in east la james rowe haas kabc news los angeles police officer was arrested this morning in connection with a dui crash on the six zero five freeway in whittier last december which killed lash september actually which killed three people twenty six year old edgar produce go charged with three counts of murder three counts of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and drunk driving causing injury he was off duty at the time and he has been relieved of his duties as an lapd officer democratic party suing the trump campaign russian week wikileaks claiming they conspired to help donald trump win twenty sixteen presidential election correspondent jeff zeleny reports the dnc lawsuit alleges the trump campaign was a racket tearing enterprise going after them through an old rico statute that of course was used through organized crime cases now it's an open question if a judge will allow this to proceed and republican party officials call the dnc lawsuit amid year election year amid term election year.
"columbine school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The standard of proof for making referral is really low he's met with prosecutors who are in a listening mode and he's pledged cooperation in the lawyer from mccain says he's confident there will be no charges as long as the white house doesn't interfere with this process well is that a possibility i mean mccain has been a frequent target of of president trump could could the white house intervene in some way trump has been really talkative about andrew mccabe just this year but last year in the last day alone the president is tweeted the inspector general report is a disaster for mccabe in that komi through mccabe under the bus mccabe's lawyer says this is the latest in a slander campaign from trump trump seems preoccupied with mccabe in fact the mccabe team is considering filing a wrongful termination indefinite nation lawsuit against the trump administration over his firing they say these attacks not just hurt andy mccabe but also hurt the fbi is an institution and they have some questions about whether the white house leaned on the justice department to speed up this investigation of mccabe in order to deny him his healthcare and other retirement benefits this year in other words whether there was a rush job influenced by the white house here out to get andy mccabe a lot of open questions here what what's the next step that we look for while most importantly we're going to see if prosecutors decide to charge andy mccabe with any wrongdoing if they do it's possible his former boss jim komi could be a witness against him in court david really ugly stuff and then the possibility mccabe could decide had to sue the trump administration overs firing too a lot to cover npr justice correspondent i today thousands of students from schools around this country are walking out of class to protest gun violence this is the third national student led demonstrations since the mass shooting at a high school in parkland florida killed seventeen people in february today's action was scheduled to coincide with the anniversary of the columbine school shooting were thirteen people died in nineteen ninety nine now this issue of gun violence has a unique resonance for young people in chicago were many kids feel under threat every single day and let's go to chicago and npr's.
"columbine school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Good morning at the time now is five fifty one good morning this is the california report i'm penny nelson selling or advertising lgbt conversion therapy could soon be classified as a fraudulent business practice in california this state assembly passed a bill yesterday to crack down on people selling conversion therapy as a way to change someone's sexual orientation assemblyman evan low of campbell authored the bill and says he experienced people trying to change his sexual orientation there's nothing wrong with me there is nothing that needs to be changed members of the eligible community are your brothers or sisters are your parents are pastors and everyone in between several lawmakers voiced concerns about whether the bill could inhibit freedom of religion mental health providers in california are already prohibited from performing conversion therapy on minors lows bill now leads to the state senate well on this nineteen th anniversary of the columbine school mass shooting students around the us including california plan to walk out of the classroom at ten am protesting gun violence meanwhile in this state there is a program meant to keep guns out of the hands of people who are not allowed to own them it's called the armed person system or apps the program has bipartisan support but also a stubborn backlog of cases the problem was discussed in a state senate hearing yesterday from politics and government desk katie or reports people with felony convictions a history of violence or people with severe mental illnesses loose their right to legally own a gun in california it falls to the state to confiscate those weapons but in reality there are just over ten thousand cases still waiting to be addressed republican state senator patricia bates says that's too many this is just intolerable we cannot be sitting here knowing that a person who shouldn't be in the possession of the gun firearm still has it beats in her republican colleagues have long requested an oversight hearing into the program they question how money is being spent more than sixty million since twenty thirteen attorney general heavier sarah says the backlog is at its lowest point in a.
"columbine school" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"On board a delta flight headed for london catches fire you can see a flame burst under the right wing delta says there was an issue with the number two engine took off the plane they didn't have the same trusted and at the same betting satellite the engines for castro delta says there were two hundred seventy four passengers and fourteen crew members on board that plane the faa says in the next two weeks it's going to issue a directive to require ultrasonic inspections of fan blades like the one that snapped off that southwest airlines plane on tuesday a passenger partially blown out of a window was killed the faa announcement comes nearly a year after the engine's manufacturer recommended additional inspections these suck at national protest against gun violence is set tomorrow for schools all across the country as well as metro detroit but this protest will be different than the last one that had students walking out of classrooms let's get the live and local latest would ww gay well town the big difference is going to be the support of the administration and a is for this walkout you may remember on march fourteenth that of this year there was a walkout a national student walkout to show support for the movement and school violence well that did get a lot of support from the administration now tomorrow at about ten o'clock students around the country are planning another walk out of sorts this is degenerate awareness and to honor the nineteenth anniversary of the columbine school shooting however a lot of administrators like those in farmington for example the farmington public schools that superintendent says that if you walk out you will be marked absence and you could face disciplinary consequences if you leave the school during the day without authorisation notes have gone home to parents to inform them of the discipline that is possible if you walk out there are other plans for protests of sorts in royal oak will see what the consequences if any are in that district reporting live charlie langton wj newsradio nine fifty the firestorm on social media continues today over a professor at fresno state university in her comments about the.
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"To anybody's camp this year i've given more money than i ever thought i would do when if readers top targets is his congressman mike kaufman and he continues to support the nra and take money from the nra doesn't return i'm tired of the gun debate is particularly resonant here a few miles away is where the columbine school shooting occurred in nineteen ninety nine kaufman's district includes the aurora movie theater where twelve were killed in a twenty twelve mass shooting democratic candidates like jason crowe are embracing support for tougher gun laws in suburban districts like this one he chose guns as the first issue out of his campaign you know i look at the gun violence crisis and how it's torn apart so many families enough is enough i met up with crow after he attended denver's gun march he thinks he can beat kaufmann because of two factors unique to this year's political climate trump and god's people see what donald trump and his presidency are doing to this country into our community mike kaufman is a rubber stamp for him they've had enough are they'd had enough of his support by the ira and his inaction on gun violence in this community that's been scarred by it and they want change crow has some built in advantages democrats outnumber republicans here he's a political newcomer and military veteran with natural appeal to the districts white collegeeducated suburbanites but making inroads with kaufman strength among the district's diverse minority groups that make up more than one third of the district won't be.
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"The gun debate that sent millions of americans marching into the streets over the weekend is revving up suburban democratic voters like retiree david frieder like never before never until this year i haven't contributed to anybody's campaign this year left them more money than i ever thought i would do when if readers top targets is his congressman mike kaufman and he continues to support the nra and take money from the nra doesn't return i'm tired of the gun debate is particularly resonant here a few miles away is where the columbine school shooting occurred in nineteen ninety nine kaufman's district includes the aurora movie theater were twelve were killed in a twenty twelve mass shooting democratic candidates like jason crowe are embracing support for tougher gun malls in suburban districts like this one he chose guns as the first issue out of his campaign you know i look at the gun violence crisis and how it's torn apart so many families enough is enough i met up with crow after he attended denver's gun march he thinks he can beat kaufmann because of two factors unique to this year's political climate trump and guns people see what donald trump and his presidency are doing to this country into our community mike kaufman is a rubber stamp for him they've had enough they'd had enough of his support by the nra and his inaction on gun violence in this community that's been scarred by it and they want change crow has some built in advantages democrats outnumber republicans here he's a political newcomer and military veteran with natural appeal to the district's white college educated suburbanites but making inroads with kaufman strength among the district's diverse minority groups that make up more than one third of.
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"From washington to los angeles there were large demonstrations for safer schools that in the aftermath of the deadly parkland florida shooting rampage and other mass shoot school shootings singer bay took part in the one in washington yeah let's see there have also been demonstrations on the west coast seattle in colorado where the columbine school shooting occurred two decades ago wcbs television reporter geno the angeles was at the march for our lives rally in new york city signs the number of people marching for their lives to actually show that we're taking action and we want change a sign change could be on the horizon eighteenth birthday and i will be voting activists making sure their voices are heard as they flood the streets of manhattan why are you marching on for the kids that died and all the school shootings and honoring them crowds convince this is just the beginning of a long march to change more information now coming out from the cell phone audio recording left by twentythreeyearold mark condit was the suspected serial bomber in austin texas some of the details coming from congressman michael mccall he did refer to himself as a psychopath he did not show any remorse in fact questioning his himself as to why he didn't feel remorse for what he did what police say he did was to plant bombs in different parts of austin killing two people seriously injuring four others auto mexico for the latest on the unexplained death of an american family that was vacationing there an iowa couple and their two children died at a rented condo in mexico's caribbean coast cbs news reporter adrienne bard has more from mexico city topsy showed the shark family died from inhaling gas we don't know yet if someone left the gas on or if there was a leak in the gas line at the penthouse condo they were renting mexican authorities said the findings ruled out both suicide and murder they said there was no blood no evidence of violence and that everything in the room was intact for studies also showed the family of four were probably dead for between thirty six and forty eight hours before they were found in sports as the.
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"Not well at all in fact most research out there since of what most people can remember his columbine school shooting of nineteen ninety nine there doesn't draw definitive line that links safer schools with the presence of more police officers in classrooms and fact for communities of color there's a fear that this could contribute more to the school to prison pipeline that disproportionately impacts black and latino students and for those who might not understand that is the phenomenon where students are believed to have younger interactions or interactions with the criminal justice system i younger ages because of exposure to law enforcement and other zero tolerance policies and schools and some immigration advocates i spoke with were even concerned about what they call a school to deportation pipeline and that more law enforcement officials in classrooms could potentially increase the risk that undocumented students are then turned over to ice and other federal emigre enforcement and processed for removal from the country so some solutions could unintentionally put more students at more risk the world can you downs in washington kenya thank you thank you kenya will be covering the rally in washington tomorrow you can follow her all day long vile the world's twitter feed that's at pri the world why jail is like an oasis for some elderly japanese that's up next here on the world i'm carol hills and this is the world now a story from across women's lives desk most people would do just about anything to stay out of prison but in recent years there's been a rise in japanese seniors committing petty crimes apparently so that they can go to jail and a surprising number of them are women she who is a photo journalist and filmmaker based in tokyo she what's going on here are these older citizens deliberately committing crimes to stay in prison or do they just find they liked it once they got there so someone was definitely really believe could make crimes to stain prison they found prison to be a place to be liebeck seeing someone with them cole it away sees some of them call place what he'd zeeshan and interestingly some of these people have homes and finally but they still pretty for prison what is it.
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"In the abruzzo yogi was new from now till noon friday claude radio six eighty wcbm lot of ground to cover between owned them there was a major confab yesterday in washington dc of a group of individuals so some from florida others uh from the columbine or a couple of other most school shootings were all involved in a guess what appropriate be called a rather civil listening session with the president i give them the opportunity to vent of there were some who had ideas that were seen as constructive and the president came out in favor of arming schoolteachers and that received a mixed review and um it's it's interesting shelters as playing out it is fascinating to see how this is playing out interestingly simultaneous to this whole process i suspect actually the planning for this preceded this patrick neville as a guy he's he's a columbine survivor is now represent living colorado's legislature he has just introduced a bill that will allow concealed carry firearms and schools this according to newsweek a survivor of the columbine school shooting has introduced a bill that will allow people with concealed carry permits to bring guns into k through twelve schools neville was at columbine when dylan clean bowled an era to terrorists care another massacre that left fifteen people dead and he's introduced the bill in his role as colorado house minority leader bill states with certain exceptions current law limits the authority of a person who all develop permit to carry concealed handgun by prohibiting it permit holder from carrying a concealed handgun on public elementary middle junior highrise will grounds the bill removes this limitation it would seem sensible to me in a part of this it's for a heart impeccable it's very difficult with the stomach to get past the emotion and begin to actually look at what has worked and what has not worked i'll when it comes to this topic nor have elvar gunfree zones worked observable ing know they have not we we've gone through this over and over again mother south carolina church shooting at the same time that happened there was a story about another church shooting that took place in the upper midwest that can order in which state it might have you meant colorado where a gunman was foiled wine armed security guard who have either and no massacre took place in their church so one would observe if you get past.