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03:34 min | 2 years ago

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"An effort to amend the city's charter to establish a Citizen Review board a monitor the Columbus Police Department. If approved, mayor in together, says aboard will not have funding taken away by future city leadership. The proposed charter amendment ensures that there will be sufficient funding to stop the board. And ensure effective operations unless there's an unforeseen financial crisis citywide budget cuts. The effort will be before voters this November and would give the board subpoena powers have the local level pieces. He is willing to cooperate with the mayor on reforms within the police Department, F O P. Capital, Lodge President Keith Farrell says earlier comments at the union's not willing to have discussions is not true. No one's invited them to have a conversation. We ran together has been critical of the F O P, calling them obstructionist while claiming they refused to be part of the solution on police reform, a new ABC News Washington Post poll finds a record number of Americans support the Black lives matter movement. The poll found that 55% of people say black members in their community experience racial discrimination, up from a low of 37% in 2012. Among whites. That number is now 52% whereas it was just 33% 8 years ago. A record number of Americans say blacks are treated unfairly in the justice system, now 69% but are divided on what to do about it. For example, only 40% are in favor of reducing police funding, while 55% oppose. Mark Malard ABC News Columbus Education Association wants the upcoming at school year to start with all virtual learning. CEO President John Connect, Leo tells ABC six enforcing social distancing and sanitizing in the classroom will make it harder to actually learn these recommendations in a perfect world, and we know that anybody that spent any time in school knows that Things aren't perfect union will be hashing out new agreements in their contract beginning Tuesday, wants to make sure teachers who are fearful of their health or not forced to go back. CCS previously indicated they would consider going all virtual to start the school year. A new study says Older kids over the age of 10 spread Corona virus at a higher rate than younger ones. A new study out of South Korea published by the CDC. Finding Children 10 and older are more likely to spread Corona virus, then Children under the age of 10. Well at this point in time, any study we have to look at? Because this is this is only a seven month old virus. You're learning a lot. Dr. Mobin Rathore is an epidemiologist with the Florida chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, he says. There's a lot of speculation as to why older kids are more likely to spread the virus. It may be a simple as size. Think bigger kid. Bigger cough bigger spread. That's Laura Greenberg of Fox TV affiliate Wofl in Orlando reporting. Joe Biden's is Four black women are on his list of potential running mates, he told MSNBC. It's important his administration look like the country. He didn't drop any names with, says four candidates have invented so far, he says. When that's done, he'll narrow his picks and talk to them personally. Radio 6 10 w TVN Sports Bronze Bangles Rookies due to report to training camp. Maia's NFL teams get started Lead me while offering the Players Association proposal to play no preseason games this year and for safety measures to have daily covert 19 testing for the 1st 2 weeks of Camp. Blue Jackets continue training camp. They'll change it up and have a simulated game tonight at seven o'clock the crew tonight back at it facing Atlanta in the MLS, his back tournament, eight o'clock on ESPN to from the central Iowa Honda Dealer..

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02:17 min | 3 years ago

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"Really not meant as a wise guy his house was robbed and it came over the news at a certain moment last night can happen hours before president trump called Cummings district on Twitter a quote disgusting rat and rodent infested mess more than half of house Democrats now support launching impeachment proceedings against president trump you're listening to ABC news news radio six ten WTVN Alison why answer misconduct complaint has been filed now against Monica Hawkins of Franklin County judge you pled guilty to OB I in February she was pulled over on January thirty first by Pickerington police after a driver reported swerving vehicle on state route two fifty six now the disciplinary counsel of the Ohio Supreme Court filed a complaint that said Hawkins behavior violated provisions in the code of judicial conduct a strike is been a verdict as the Columbus education association struck a deal overnight between the Columbus city schools and their teachers after seventeen hours of bargaining the board of education has reached a conceptual agreement on a new contract with the Columbus education association see a leadership will be finalized in the contract language her view and will be releasing information to its members in due course the board of education is pleased with the work is done in cooperation with C. A. looks forward to a great start to the school year teachers and been pushing for smaller class sizes safer working conditions as well as more nurses skat workmen with the district says the current deal was set to expire later this month a law banning the use of bomb stocks in Columbus is now in effect after the courts ruled this week that the gun rights groups who filed the lawsuit could not sue the city the four ordinances were passed in an attempt to curb gun violence and the lady celebration of Irish American culture in the country began today in Dublin with the thirty second annual Dublin Irish festival over one hundred thousand people are expected to attend the weekend event that feature seven stages of live music from sixty five acts and more than five hundred and thirty five performers and vendors radio six ten WTVN sport ball Buckeyes kicked off fall camp on Friday urban Meyer handed things over to Ryan day back in January JK Dobbins will be asked to carry the rock more this season the junior running back says he has complete faith in the new head man he's gonna be legendary offer like.

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"To curb gun violence the laws banned the sale of bomb stocks Israelis imitation guns to minors while also addressing properties with a history of violence and expanding the definition of domestic violence the city moved to pass the laws in the wake of the twenty seventeen shooting at the Mandalay bay casino the Columbus city school district and their teachers have reached a new tentative contract today after hours of intense negotiations the Columbus education association says the current deal was set to expire later this month teachers had been pushing for smaller cap class sizes safer working conditions more nurses and counselors details of the new Dehli though yet have yet to be released team mate teen mosaic Sanders was sentenced today for her part in the death of six and a sixteen year old boy she agreed to a plea deal in may they will keep her case out of adult court and has committed to three years in the department of youth services court records say she had a gun on her person during the robbery of an undercover police officer that left Julius Tate junior debt as another police officer shot Tate after they said he pointed a gun at the undercover officer the Air Force he's dealing with a suicide epidemic by giving units a day off for the first time ever the Air Force has allowed all units to take a day off from training for what they call a tactical pies the chief of staff phoned pointed posted a video message saying the service loses more Amyntas suicide than any other single enemy even more than combat so far this year the Air Force reports is seventy eight suicides within their ranks twenty eight more than this time last year your A..

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"September first in terms of the progress of the deal presence not satisfied the trump administration's top trade officials were in China this week but talks produced no major breakthrough products impacted by this latest round of terrorist include toys electronics shoes and clothing Karen Travers ABC news the White House a strike has been averted as the Columbus education association struck a deal overnight between the Columbus city schools and the teachers they see a set after seventeen hours a bargaining an agreement was reached teachers have been pushing for smaller class sizes and safer working conditions the board of education has reached a conceptual agreement on a new contract with the Columbus education association see a leadership will be finalized in the contract language her view and will be releasing information to its members in due course the board of education is pleased with the work is done in cooperation with C. A. looks forward to a great start to the school year Scott workmen with the district to the current deal was set to expire later this month thousands of bicycle is will be hitting the road this weekend for the annual Caledonia ride to end cancer it's the tenth year for the event with riders competing on a number of miles ranging from twenty five to up to two hundred R. Kelly pled not guilty today to federal sex crimes it is in New York is live in girlfriends and supporters looked on as R. Kelly appeared in Brooklyn federal court where his attorney entered a not guilty plea on his behalf the judge denied bail after prosecutors argued Kelly was a flight risk a danger and a risk to obstruct justice after he allegedly paid off and intimidated victims in prior cases the defense argued Kelly was no risk and asked for his release on bail so he could better help fight the charges that the defense has dismissed as group B. remorse Kelly is charged with using his fame to lure women and girls into a legal sexual activity Erin to Turkey ABC news New York six ten WTVN sports while St is open fall camp for the twenty nineteen season Buckeyes a one month out from kick off against Florida Atlantic Ohio state is fifth in the preseason coaches poll the A. P. or at least their first top twenty five later on this month Buck I senior quarterback Damon Arnett says they've got plenty to prove this year did offer.

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02:21 min | 3 years ago

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"U. S. economy added one hundred and sixty four thousand jobs during the month of July as the total labor force hit a record high of more than one hundred and sixty three million figures from the labor department today also show unemployment remains steady at three point seven percent the monthly payroll growth came in slightly lower than expected the wait is increased to three point two percent on a year over year basis a strike is been averted as the Columbus education association struck a deal overnight between the Columbus city schools and their teachers the CA says after seventeen hours of bargaining they reached an agreement around two o'clock in the morning the teachers had been pushing for smaller class sizes safer working conditions and many other conditions the current deal was set to expire later this month cyber criminals have found an effective new target for ransomware attacks public school districts it starts with a legitimate looking email that appears to come from someone you might know you open up the attachment does nothing there but your computer network is just been completely compromised branded Shoop is a county commissioner in Dothan Alabama where a malware attack on the school district has forced a two week delay in the start of class meanwhile Louisiana governor John bel Edwards has declared a state of emergency after four districts in his state were targeted while the school systems today it could be any public or private entity tomorrow he won't say whether the hackers demanded a ransom Jim Ryan ABC news thousands of bicycle a Sir hitting the road this weekend in the name of cancer research hello Tanya raises money for the Ohio state university's comprehensive cancer center just the sheer writers have raised over thirteen million dollars with nearly two hundred billion dollars raised in the eleven year history of the event writers are completing anywhere from twenty five to two hundred mile routes the longest route going from Columbus to Gambier and back I'm Scott Jennings the FBI believes Amazon drivers could be started part of a theft ring involving millions of dollars worth of packaged goods the F. B. nice says over the past six years the theft ring leader has received at least ten million dollars by selling those items on Amazon a search warrant unsealed in Seattle says two contract Amazon delivery drivers were involved investigators say store front businesses posed as pawn shops bought the goods from shoplifters and then resold them online.

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

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"It took just seventeen hours but negotiations between the Columbus education association and the city school district are now over with an agreement reached in the middle of the night the comprehensive contract agreement expected to address smaller class sizes more resources and better pay and benefits hundreds of teachers March to city hall earlier this week Macy Jepson reporting president trump says he was not the main target of the second round of democratic presidential debates Tuesday and Wednesday a Democrat spent more time attacking Iraq to Obama then they did attacking me practically speaking at a rally in Cincinnati Thursday from bad of foreign governments want former vice president Joe Biden to win the election next year the nation's economy out of one hundred sixty four thousand jobs in July better than economists' forecasts of a hundred fifty four thousand brings the total US labor force to a record one hundred sixty three point four million unemployment unchanged at three point seven percent the Kennedys are mourning the loss of a family member Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughter Sir sure Kennedy hill has died police were called to the Kennedy compound in Hyannis port Massachusetts yesterday afternoon and an investigation is ongoing hill attended Boston College where she was a member of the class of twenty twenty a family statement did not include a cause of death but did talk of her laughter and passion about human rights and work building schools in Mexico it also quoted her ninety one year old grandmother Ethel Kennedy as saying quote the world is a little less beautiful today search for Kennedy hill was twenty two Tanya Jerry powers fox news today marks the beginning of the sales tax holiday in Ohio shoppers who purchase school or instructional supplies priced under twenty dollars clothing priceless and seventy five dollars will not pay the state sales tax.

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03:00 min | 3 years ago

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"The Columbus education association says a conceptual agreements been reached on a new contract with the district at a rally in Cincinnati last night president trump defended his latest move to impose tariffs on goods imported from China pour money into their system they pour it in and because they do that you're not paying for those hours China is praying for those hours trump announced on Twitter earlier in the day he was applying a ten cent terror a ten percent tariff on three hundred billion dollars of products coming from China he said some other world leaders hoping former vice president Joe Biden wins the presidency next year experts say the president held back in Thursday's rally the present almost seemed a little careful to avoid some of those subjects and slid into controversy and took over the narrative the president didn't go after the squad saying that the Democratic Party is now being led by four left bring radicals who reject everything we hold dear he did not mention representative L. Han Omar and did not spark the chance send her back he talked about wasted money in inner cities but did not go after Elijah Cummings or Baltimore he wasted no time however getting after Democrats who are vying for his job the president did have some strong words for China he said the nation has taken billions from our economy and stole an intellectual property until China has a deal with the U. S. he's going to tax the hell out of a man's fox's Mike Tobin in Cincinnati for the Democrats high Democratic Party chair David peppers as a president can't keep a promise so at the end of the day no matter what you think about this president his objections statements about people of color his Twitter tirades Donald Trump whatever those issues in there so many we could talk about Donald Trump has made big promises to the people of Ohio any is broken nearly every single one pepper claims trump has failed to keep his promise to rebuild America's infrastructure to protect auto jobs in the Mahoning valley and protect people with pre existing medical conditions the labor department releases its July jobs report this morning ABC stereo all bring our Aston expert what he thinks it'll say economists are predicting employers will at about a hundred fifty thousand jobs in July down a little from recent months we know the U. S. economy is seeing slowing growth the question is how much is it slowing and how much is that affecting the job mark Bankrate's Washington bureau chief for camera seeing some pockets of weakness in areas like construction manufacturing and of course in retail is expecting the jobless rate to stay around three point seven percent Terry Alden or ABC news scary moment for an uber driver on I. seventy one Thursday when a piece of concrete fell from an overpass here Jim and I place instructors windshield ABC six by magic talked to Steven Shelley about it dot says bridge inspectors removed any additional loose concrete and determined there's no structural damage to the bridge just cosmetic same can be said for Shelly's car he was able to drive it home but a smashed window and large dent means this super driver will be making money anytime soon I'm out of business I'm out of business for who knows how long the concrete came from the east bell road overpass and two lanes of I..

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06:05 min | 3 years ago

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"And recapping that breaking story from overnight the Columbus education association says a conceptual agreements been reached on a new contract for teachers in the Columbus city school district a tweet from the C. E. a Twitter account says the agreement was reached after seventeen hours negotiations which ended just before two AM this morning the contract was set to expire August twentieth just two days before the start of the new school year again the Columbus education association says a comprehensive conceptual agreements been reached on a new contract for Columbus city school teachers newsradio six ten W. T. V. end to the live line and a real pleasure to welcome Major General John Harris the Ohio adjutant general we got a big disaster exercise coming up next week Major General a pleasure to have you on thanks Joe good to talk to you so we got to this exercise is called vigilant guard to give me an overview of what are you trying to do and what will people in in Ohio in central Ohio was C. as a result well which would garner bring together about thirty three hundred folks from every sector of the first responder community and our our intent here is to rehearse a response to a complex attack it'll start with a with a cyber attack and we'll move forward from there and we'll practice our inter agency coordination skills but most importantly will get those first responders out there in the field together to train at the craft I got you so they talk to me about a cyber attack because you know we did pretty fresh in people's mind other big breach of the hundred million people affected just last week so that's kind of on people's mind what is Ohio doing and what are we trying to protect well in this case it'll simulate I want to give away too much stimulates some damage to some critical infrastructure which is a real risk in the cyber community several so that will kick off a cascading effect of a number of things that our first responders will have to attack you will will will involve agencies from TSN to the Ohio department of public safety too cute department of agriculture so as I mentioned this will be a very complex exercise but it's intended to distress or processes dresser systems stressor our our folks so we can find out where the where the where the difficulties are we can move forward yeah improve and when you talk about that too I mean I imagine there's some prop you know what's coming so you can kind of get prepared a little bit maybe a couple of curve balls and then when you're through it how much time do you spend a kind of going back through it and figure out here's what we did well and here's what we need to work on that's a great point factor planning for this exercise is taken up to a whole year so so this isn't quite a while under development and the a a RP after us review process is a critical part of how we learned complete those cycles of learning so your spot on Jones we will spend not only at the executive level but after each each part of the event those folks who are responding there on the ground will get together hello still do after actual reviews on each event I will also do a corporate after ranch at the executive level again so we can continue improving and the late response rawhide which Major General John Harris our guests to talking about an exercise basically a disaster type exercise so when you talk about first responders I think most people a Major General would think about police and fire are they involved in will it be kind of street level type stuff will there be you know fires involved traffic accidents things like that will they be drawing on that well there will be a number of things involved there will be everything from from civil disturbance control involved hi patrol to you simulated river has made a vent on a river to to again as I mentioned the cyber event we will have folks training at the Ohio so fire academy and so there will be some simulated fires but what we're doing here shouldn't disrupt the daily lives of of folks of Ohio so let me see additional military vehicles on the road they may see more first responders on the partition mention police and fire but in terms of of of affecting traffic affecting their daily lives should have no impact I got you in says it's it's worth no because what I read other's gonna be activity in Franklin County Knox County licking county specific to central Ohio but other counties around the state now I I'm curious to know when you talk about you know thirty three hundred people involved in a up to a year of planning of that communication has to be one of the focal points because when you're talking about you know fed state local making sure everybody knows what everybody else is doing and who's really in charge that's got to be one of the key pieces of the puzzle isn't it absolutely at the tactical level the ability to communicate between agencies but also at the headquarters level at the higher levels at the executive level the ability to coordinate the flow of resources into the state if we bring it when this case will bring in National Guard units from New York Colorado so so the coordination of those things is very important but also understanding one another's capability so that not a number one we're we're not redundant out there on the response ice but also that we can provide the greatest strengths that each one of these agencies bring so it's very important and it's ongoing Major General John Harris the Ohio adjutant general talking about next week's multi hazard exercise a it just sounds so big I'm curious I know it's kind of late in the game but you're gonna need probably I mean you've got all the people that are working in drilling but are you going to be using like volunteers people that I don't know accident victims I mean you said you know maybe there's like a hazardous rivers something going on are there going to be people that are just volunteer in to to be players and to get work done that's that's that's a very important aspect of the exercise because we wanted to be as realistic as as we can possibly make it for folks so we've actually contractor that we've used a company a contract what we call role players yes Sir we they will be on site a couple leasing seven factors one of the locations there's funders and I can't tell you which one but the response will have to deal with with what could ever.

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03:35 min | 3 years ago

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"Want and see what other people people to when you're ready to new used car, visit truecar to enjoy a more confident car buying experience after sending warplanes to carry out an air strike on a Ron President Trump called it off at the last minute that order coming after the president said Iran made a big mistake when shooting down a US drone the US military is again ready to launch at a moment's notice. But it is now unclear if and when that will happen, President Trump approved a strike against Iran last night, before abruptly changing his mind, the New York Times, I reporting planes were in the air, and ships were in position before the president called off the strikes against the advice of secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, and national security adviser John Bolton. That is ABC's Martha Raddatz, the president tweeting this more. Learning that he called off the strike after he was told one hundred and fifty people in Iran would die. One man is dead. Following a standoff with police at home in Asheville, the suspect barricaded himself inside of a residence on long street yesterday after firing a gun in the obits area near Rickenbacker airport. The Franklin county, swat team was negotiating with the man when threat was made officers then moved in and he was shot and killed that man's identity. Still has not yet been released sitting back down at the negotiating table, trying to avoid a strike just days after the Columbus city school board hired a consultant to come up with a plan in case of teacher strike negotiations between the union and district resumed yesterday, neither side will say what is being discussed? The Columbus Education Association says they are fighting for better working conditions pay and smaller class sizes, a former Dayton area. Gym teacher accused of inappropriately touching seventy. Several of his former students has been released from jail after posting his half a million dollars bond that was issued yesterday. John Hopkins was arraigned on thirty six counts of gross sexual imposition. Judge rubber peeler ruled that Hopkins must wear an electronic monitor on house, arrest and not around any children while his case moves forward. Prosecutors say they have video of the assaults during gym class reportedly Hopkins showed movies to students every day and signalled out girl to sit on his lap on the other kids were distracted. But sandy Collins reporting plumbers are actually benefiting from Ohio record rainfall EKO, plumbers, say they have forty technicians working long hours throughout the Columbus area to help out people whose homes have been flooded recently, they say residents need to make sure that they're drain lines are clear ahead of heavy rains. If they don't want to have to call Plummer in the near future, too big cases remain undecided. Gerrymandering Andy citizen, ship question. While those rulings have yet to. Come down. The supreme court has made a decision and a death row conviction over the jury selection process and a seven to two majority. The supreme court has thrown out the murder conviction of Mississippi man on death row African American critics flowers was first convicted in nineteen ninety seven for the execution style murders of four people at a furniture store, where he worked, there was no murder weapon. No witnesses or physical evidence tying him to the scene. Tried six times, his most recent in two thousand ten he was convicted by eleven white and one black jurors, and sentenced to death. The justices today throwing out that conviction finding the prosecutor had improperly kept African Americans off the jury. That's ABC's. Serena Marshall, Ricky chino stay connected to Columbus and central Ohio on the hour, thirty minutes past in his news.

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

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"The big concern still remains to be large sinkhole right around Brier hill and white road. Trying to avoid a teacher strike. We're actually at the table today and we'll be there for, you know, a good portion of today, negotiating again. So we'll get an update after today on Regina Fuentes with the Columbus Education Association. The Columbus city school district says it does have a contingency plan with a consulting firm. If there is a strike into says the union feels that the district is going in a direction that's against helping students the current contract expires, August nineteenth the first day of class for the two thousand nineteen school year, but she says a possible work. Stoppage would not kick in. On that date. The White House is not revealing how it intends to respond to news that Iran shot down a US drone to tell how the Trump administration is responding to Iran's action at a Pentagon briefing, the shooting of a US drone was described as a quote, dangerous escalatory attack. But then moments later president from seemed to say that he believed it was literally a mistake, find it hard to believe it was intentional. If you want to know the truth, I think that it could have been somebody who was loose and stupid. But despite saying that he believed it to be a mistake. The president would not rule out. Military action lawn. Zak ABC news, the White House and congressional leaders will be at the White House today for a classified briefing on that increasingly tense situation with Iran, that meeting in the White House situation room. Ohio's auditor has declared a village in Clermont county to be in fiscal emergency. Keith favor says the village of Newton's Ville as past due accounts payable deficits and what he calls a treasury deficiency. So his office is. Taking over Newton's villes financial planning and supervision. Well, many are hailing the supreme court's seven to decision in favor of the peace. Cross for religious reasons in the town where the cross stands they're happy to keep their decades old war memorial, governor, Larry HOGAN says the decision means the cross can continue to stand tall and proud.

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

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"The region cases. It's just water. That's pooled on the road. We have to wait for that to recede. If there's mud, we go in and scrape that off the road and get the road reopened. In other cases where you've had rushing water. He might have damage to culverts or damage the roadway itself, and that's going to be a bigger issue where we're gonna have to make some repairs. Those could be locations where we might have longer term closure than just waiting for the water to receive that his dots mad Bruening. He says to use caution and plan ahead and expect delays in effect areas. Columbus city schools say we'll move forward with a contingency plan in the event that teachers decide to go on strike earlier this week. The board of directors voted to approve a measure, that would spend upwards of fifty thousand dollars on. A consulting firm to create a plan if in when CCS teachers say enough is enough. So our contract ends as of August nineteenth, which is the first day of classes. That does not mean that on that day we go. And we strike what happens is, is that they call the meeting for us to vote to put an ten day notice if we boat, you put in the ten day notice in our for ship, as a collective will decide whether or not we strikes, but it's Regina windows with the Columbus Education Association teacher say issues within the school range from buildings needing repairs to heating and cooling, rodent problems and resources, not being readily available as they are in other districts vote on a controversial gun Bill has been delayed until next week. In the states.

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05:00 min | 3 years ago

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"It is Thursday morning, June twentieth a couple of minutes now with Regina Quintas spokesperson, for the Columbus Education Association, Regina. I certainly don't want to put words in anybody's mouth, but it feels more and more like a teacher strike is coming for the fall. Is that the way it is from your perspective? Well, we certainly hope not. But if it comes to that we will definitely that as a tool to get our message across it seems like from the school board side, they're kind of already planning for it fifty thousand dollars on a consulting firm, money set aside for contingency. If you do go on strike, and then I've seen from your side of it, it's like, hey, why don't you instead of spending that money on? What potentially is a strike spended on us. And we won't strike exactly. This is money. Potentially of for a whole a whole. Teacher, plus a considerable amount of other. Or thousand. Add up when he think about it because we have over. Teachers in the city school tissue. So what are they planning to do with our kids? One of the things that it seems like almost an either or situation. We know that teachers would like to make more money, most people do we know to that class size is an issue, Regina. I'm just curious, if it came down to it where there was enough money to either give teachers a straw, I give a pay raise and avoid the strike, or we have more money, but we're going to put it into other teachers, so class sizes came down would could it be an either or could it be hey, to get more money or smaller classes, or does it have to be both? I think that option is on the table. I mean, we, we need or staffing, and they announced that the board meeting that they were going to increase staffing, and safety and security, and they actually had a all of blue line security, officers there, two black teachers from sitting in on the meeting, and it's really kind of a different message. We want to kind of sent the idea that we want to stop the end of school to prison pipeline, and we want to encourage different disciplinary action order to help our students to do better. But we're not going into same direction. It feels like going in a direction that it's actually against helping our students rather than achieve that goal, Regina. Quintas our guest spokesperson for the CA is there, a sense of their more talks coming in the near future, Regina? We're actually at the table today and we'll be there for, you know, a good portion of today, negotiating again. So we'll get an update after today on. Gotcha. And is there a date of because, you know, school, we know what school starts end of August? So if like we don't have an agreement by August one we strike is by August. Ten is there is there, any sense of a date at this point? so our contract ends as of august nineteenth which is the first day of classes for columbus city schools that does not mean that on that day and we strike what happens is that they call a meeting for us to boats put in a ten day notice and after the ten day note or a vote you put in the ten day notice in our membership as a collective will decide whether or not we strike so it is possible that we will begin the year and proceed as normal but that a strike could happen once a year okay so first day of class the nineteenth that's when you have the votes so the strike could come as early as the twenty ninth exactly got it regina thank you so much for coming on a little clarity there we're gonna stay on that story through the summer regina fuentes with the columbus education association on newsradio six ten w._t._v._n. here's traffic and weather we update every ten minutes on the tens from Tempstar heating and cooling products. Coming in seventy east from the hilltop and accidents reported near three fifteen to seventy northbound improving off a thirty three after several disabled vehicle blocking the left lane here out of earlier problems, Twenty-three northbound still seeing restrictions under the south. Outer belt from flooding and to seventy eastbound ramp to, to, to twenty three north is still closed accident scene for the Arlington area, northwest boulevard, and chambers off of king and fifth. Avenues traffic brought to you by donate life, organ donors mix second chances of life possible. What can you make possible? Leave a legacy as an organ, eye, and tissue donor. Sign up today and the Ohio donor registry lifeline of Ohio dot org. Traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens TempStar classic air. Your next update at eight fifty of Johnny hill. Newsradio six ten. a._b._c. six first warning weather another day of cloudy skies scattered showers and.

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06:44 min | 3 years ago

"columbus education association" Discussed on WTVN

"Swinton's to the Regina appreciate getting up for this morning. Your teacher used to be up early working right? Representing representing this morning, the Columbus -education association, but you've been twenty years, teacher in your current working east more. Right things of these more these days, getting along. Okay. But, you know, better over twenty years as an English instructor, I mean, are things changing or is English English English. Well as far as my curriculum is concerned, the curriculum pretty much the same. But, you know, we try to make it in a vague and good or students. And as they learn grow for sure, and you get a sense. I mean, I think it's kinda human nature to look back at the generation coming and they're not quite as good as your generation, your experience kids, just as bright today as they were when you started in four different high schools in Columbus city schools, and, you know, it wrong, it's the, the teacher is ready. And the teacher has all her tolls in her toolbox or history by the kids are. Are ready to learn, and, you know, it doesn't matter where you are just as what you're supposed to do. Then you're going to do well, absolutely wonderful Regina. I wanted to touch base because we were hearing maybe middle last week of that, there might be some prep ready for a strike. We heard that the superintendent is being instructed to kinda have contingency plans in case that were to come to fruition won't be through where we at right now with the talk of strike in win Mike, that take place if it were to come. So currently, the bargaining medi is with board of education for our contract. Our contract expires as all this nineteen thousand nineteen, and we are in summer try. Come to a fair contract should that to the point where we reached an impasse our members overwhelmingly to support the coloring of a special meeting of our governing body over the summer for the purpose of issuing a ten day, notice where the intent to strike, but we are not there yet. So your gut feeling because I mean, you've been around this kind of stuff haven't been a teacher for twenty years. Is your senses are people ready? I strike are they ready to come to dig in and say, we don't get what we want? We're gonna stand down, well, I can tell you this teachers, nobody wants a strike because that means a lot of things and a lot of discomfort for a lot of family. However, we can't we have to use all of the tools in our toolbox, and let the district knows that no, we really do want to do what's necessary in order to get a fair contract. We've been shading over and over again, you know, I've been through. In twenty years, I've been quite a few different goes with home school board. And we don't want to leave feeling like we haven't been heard that. So what are the sticking points? What are the things that you're asking for that so far? The administration is like no. I don't think we wanna do that. Particulars as far as that things that they're, they're holding out on. I know that we only just recently went into some of the more financial things, but the things that we went to the table with in the first place are reduced class sizes, which should be, you know, commonsense funding schools, and making sure that wealthy corporations. Don't get the handouts at the schools are the ones that benefit from that the cats the taxes, and also making sure that there's dedicated space for art and music and P E alternative programs for discipline and reducing turnover by compensating educators professionals funding saving taxpayers money. And a big thing about that is, is that you see a lot of inequity about when you go through different Columbus city schools. They're, you know, a lot of the conditions of our building being so old. Teachers are teaching in some really disgusting situations. I would think most people would not want their children in those situations either, gene of winter's, our guest twenty years, teacher currently at east more Regina, you mentioned reduced class sizes. I mean I totally get, I think most people here that, but, you know, Columbus's growing, I mean, Columbus adding people year after year. So when you when, you know that is happening, and you want, and I think most people want smaller class sizes what is the proposal? I mean, is it build more high schools, middle schools and elements schools are out how do you approach that the weather's more than one way to approach that, you know? Hire more staff to, you know, meet the numbers of students that are coming into the room actually give teachers time to accommodate the amount of students that are in your classroom. When you think about, you know, one teacher to forty kids and that's all well-made, especially when you think about a kindergarten teacher, who has thirty kid how one teacher going to individually meet the needs of thirty kids herding cats. That's, that's no doubt about it. But when you when you play it out like moneywise, if they were to appropriate more money for staff, and instead of raises a just hire more staff would that would be an equitable solution or no? I mean, is it we have to have better pay and more staff, or would you be willing to negotiate one or the other? Well, I again, I don't know the particulars of what they're negotiating as far as bad as concern. I just know that it's. All on the table right now. As far as looking at, you know, how can you make the working conditions better for not just the staff essentially for our students. Because you or your child learning conditions are our working conditions and it's all the same, and if we're working condition that is just horrific and hard to get through, it's, it's really hard to, to want to learn, it's really hard to want to stay in that particular edition, and it's really hard to be competitive and get the best educators, if we're if we don't have the best resource very well said, Regina, your delight to talk to. I hope that as this process moves along we can touch base from time to time and just get updates without be okay perfectly fine with me very much..

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WTVN

07:06 min | 3 years ago

"columbus education association" Discussed on WTVN

"Regina Flynn says to the Regina, appreciate you getting up for us this morning. Problem your teacher. You used to be an early working. Right. True. Representing representing this morning, the Columbus Education Association, but you've been twenty years, a teacher in your currently working in east more. Right. Correct. How are things are these more these days? We're getting along, okay? But, you know it better and over twenty years as an English instructor, I mean, are things changing or as English English English. Well, as far as my curriculum is concerned, you know, the curriculum pretty much the same. But you know we try to make it innovative and good for students. And as they learn and grow for sure, and you get a sense. I mean, I think it's kind of human nature to look back at the generation coming and think they're not quite as good as your generation, your experience kids, just as bright today as they were when you started. Well, tell you I've been in four different high schools in Columbus city schools, and, you know, it wrong it's the, the teacher is ready. And the teacher is has all her tools in her toolbox, or history by send the kids are ready to learn. And you know, it doesn't matter where you are just as what you're supposed to do. Then you're going to do well, absolutely wonderful Regina. I wanted to touch base because we were hearing maybe middle last week that there might be some prep ready for a strike of. We heard that the superintendent is being instructed to kind of have contingency plans in case that were to come to fruition won't be through where we at right now with the talk of strike in win Mike, that take place if it were to come. So currently that are barking eating maybe is in the Goshi Asian with board of education for our contract. Our contract expires as of August nineteen thousand nineteen and we are in this nation summer. She try. Come to a fair contract should that addition to the point where we reached an impasse our members voted overwhelmingly to support the coloring of a special meeting of our governing body for over the summer for the purpose of issuing a ten day, notice where the intent to stripe, but we are not there yet. Gotcha. So your gut feeling I mean because I mean, you've been around this kind of stuff haven't been a teacher for twenty years is your senses. I mean are people ready? I strike are they ready to come to dig in and say, if we don't get what we want, we're going to stand down? Well, I can tell you that teachers, nobody wants a strike because that means a lot of things in a lot of his comfort for a lot of family. However, we can't we have to use all of the tools in our toolbox. And let the district knows that, you know, we really do want to do what's necessary in order to get a fair contract. We've been associated over and over again. You know, I've been through. Threw in twenty years. I've been to quite a few different negotiations with the school board. And we just don't wanna leave feeling like we haven't been heard get that. So what are the sticking points? What are the things that you're asking for that so far? The administration is like no. I don't think we want to do that. Well, I don't know the particulars as far as the things that they're, they're holding out on. I know that you only just recently went into some of the more financial things. But the things that we went to the table with in the first place, I reduced class sizes, which should be, you know, commonsense funding schools, and making sure that wealthy corporations. Don't get the handouts at the schools are the ones that benefit from that the cats. The taxes and also making sure that there's dedicated space for art and music and PE alternative programs for discipline and reducing turnover by compensating educator news, professionals funding schools, and saving taxpayers money. And a big thing about that is, is that you see a lot of inequity about when you go through the different Columbus city schools. They're, you know, a lot of the conditions of our building being so old teachers are teaching and some really disgusting situations. I would think most people would not want their children in those situations. Either Regina winters? Our guest twenty years, a teacher currently at east more Regina, you mentioned reduced class sizes, and I mean, I totally get, I think most people here that Columbus was growing. I mean, Columbus adding people year after year. So when you when, you know that is happening, and you want, and I think most people want smaller class sizes what is. The proposal. I mean, is it build more high schools, middle schools and elementary schools are, how do you approach that the weather's more than one way to approach that, you know, actually hire more staff to, you know, meet the numbers of students that are coming into the rooms, you actually give teachers time to accommodate the amount of students that are in your classroom. When you think about, you know, one teacher to forty kids, and that's all well nice, especially when you think about ten of art teacher, who has thirty kid how is one teacher going to individually, meet the needs of thirty kids herding cats. That's that's stuff to do. No doubt about it. But when you when you play it out like moneywise, if they were to appropriate more money for staff, and instead of raises a just hire more staff would that would be an equitable solution or no? I mean, is it? We have to have better pay and more. More staff, or would you be willing to negotiate one or the other? Well, I again, I don't know the particulars of what they're negotiating as far as bad as concerned. I just know that it's all on the table right now, as far as looking at, you know, how can you make the working conditions better for not just the staff essentially for our students. Because you or your child learning conditions are our working conditions and it's all the same, and if we're working condition that is just horrific and hard to get through, it's, it's really hard to, to want to learn, it's really hard to want to stay in that predict kicked edition, and it's really hard for companies to be competitive and get the best educators, if we're if we don't have the best resource. Absolutely. A very well said, Regina your delight to talk to. I hope that as this process moves along we can touch base from time to time and just get updates. Would that be okay? That'd be perfectly fine with me testing, Regina. Thank you so much for your time. Regina Fuentes Columbus Education Association spokesperson this morning teacher twenty years currently at east.

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WTVN

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"columbus education association" Discussed on WTVN

"Doors are celebrating spring with fifty percent off installation or zero percents financing for forty eight months. Visit pelvis dot com to schedule your in-home estimate for central house. Most trusted windows. Cappella traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens from TempStar classic air. Next update at six twenty, I'm Johnny hill. Newsradio six ten. WTVN ABC six first warning weather. We can see some stuff bubbling up on the radars a matter of fact. Tesa veer thunderstorm, warning in effect for Lincoln county that is until six eighteen seething showers and thunderstorms, some strong or severe sixty four overnight, partly cloudy and eighty in store for Thursday, whether powered by the basement doctor eighty in west Jeff Eighty-one at your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN. The Columbus school board seeks preparation plan for a possible teachers strike. No idea yet how much that contingency plan might cost or who will be involved in implementing it. I think that kind of drops on June eighteenth was the magic date or there about the Columbus Education Association, a four thousand member union, that represents teachers, nurses counselors social workers authorized negotiators to give a ten day strike notice in, if agreement can't be reached over.

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"columbus education association" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"columbus education association" Discussed on WTVN

"For Columbus six ten WTVN. It is the bar blazer show the law with Josh see. So we reached out earlier to Columbus Education Association. President John Kennedy Leo. Try to get some insight on this Columbus. School board seeking preparation plan, basically, if the teachers strike, they're trying to get something in place. And, you know, teachers personnels it could be the state's largest school district could go on strike, this could happen at this point. They're saying that all of the moves that are being made. Right now, basically kind of a fail safe. They're not saying a strike his eminent by any means. They there's all kinds of things that they're trying to hash out at this point. And I you know my biggest question about this was, you know if this actually happens between now and August with school starts between now and August. That's what they have all this time to kind of hash this out if the teachers strike, you know, we'll start of school be postponed. And they're saying, no because they're looking for alternative staffing ongoing school day operations and strike coordination. I believe, so that's what would happen if something like this comes to pass. They, I there's all kinds of different things to this, the longest short of it is the types of things that they're fighting for John Gazon to say, again, the Columbus Education Association president saying not only good for teaching good for students and the list of demands includes like awarding better pay, of course, you know, that's going to be in there. And then reducing class sizes boy, I mean, would most teachers probably would love something like that. I don't know how you go about that. If, if the school is full up, and you don't have enough staffing. But that's something that they're, you know, supposedly going to be on the list of demands. Emphasizing art music. There's a whole list of stuff here, but I think those are the two biggest awarding the better pay and then.

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WTVN

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"columbus education association" Discussed on WTVN

"With medical professionals, and conducted numerous interviews with witnesses and family members of the deceased, Dr Houston Houston turned himself into police this morning, and then was arraigned this afternoon in a Franklin county courtroom. Mount Carmel is also issuing a statement today rave in part, we appreciate the county prosecutors leadership and his ongoing commitment to Justice in this case following the discovery of the actions of Dr Houston. We notified appropriate authorities, including law enforcement, it goes on to say that there is nothing more important to Mount Carmel than the safety of our patients and their trust in us, providing compassionate care to patients and their families is one of our most sacred responsibilities. Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the families and the patients affected by this tragedy. In other news today to Columbus Education Association and the Columbia school district are expected to negotiate this summer, but the teacher's union has authorized leadership to provide a str-. Notice. If those talks break down, they CA represents more than four thousand employees, including teachers counselors, and nurses. The Ohio department of agriculture says they will begin aerial treatments this month, designed to disrupt gypsy, moth mating in twelve counties, including in Franklin county, though, again, in southeast Ohio, on June twelfth. And then the treatments in central Ohio will follow the national Veterans Memorial museum had several events going on today to Mark the seventy fifth anniversary of d day. The national museum of the US air force in Dayton is also holding some special commemorative services and featuring special.

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