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"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Million from the Portland Police Bureau. It is disappointing. That The status quo. Will be assert itself in this process. Mayor Ted Wheeler says the cuts would have caused substantial layoffs at the police bureau, the mayor, saying there are other ways to bring police reform. I believe we succeed in changing the status quo by continuing these conversations and facing investments in a wide array of services. Hardisty and commissioner Chloe you daily voted in favor of the cuts. Wheeler and commissioners Amanda Fritz and Dan Ryan voted against An Oregon lawmaker is sharing her thoughts on a state measure passed Tuesday that decriminalizes hard drugs 11 90, kxas, Michael Desmond. Reports measure 1 10 downgrades penalties for possession of small amounts of heroin, cocaine, meth, LSD, oxycodone and other controlled substances. Democrats state Senator Betsey Johnson wasn't no on 1 10 on her ballot. When one of the biggest addiction recovery facilities and organizations in the state comes out in opposition. One has to think this is pretty weird. Senator Johnson worries measure 1 10 will have negative impacts down the road. The leverage over people to change their behavior has now been completely eliminated. The measure directs marijuana tax money to set up addiction recovery centers around the state and have those operational by next October. The riot Wednesday night in downtown Portland that left ST Andre beset Church on West Burnside Damage is forcing the church to close it shelter and stop homeless services for the foreseeable future. The church serve several 100 people a day. Sheriff Mike Reiss says The closure hurts the community's efforts to get people off the streets and connected to the crucial resource is they need I'm Joe Michael's K X. Now, Kay ex traffic.

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"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Our top local story. President Trump has signed an executive order continuing the program that gives people on unemployment extra money. But acting director of the Oregon Employment Department, David Gerston, Feld says there's still a lot of unknowns. Well, we've received some early guidance from FEMA and the U. S Department of Labor. It is very preliminary, and certainly not the level of guidance needed to fully understand what the program would do, Kristen Feld says they need to know who pays the costs of implementation how much it will cost Oregonians and how long the benefits I asked. The president says it was total 400 bucks a week, with the federal government paying $300 in the state paying 100. Kristen Feld says there's no timeline for when the payments would start. Oregon has seven new deaths from Cove in 19 today on 258 new cases of the virus, 213 people are hospitalized. Meanwhile, in Oregon Coast lawmaker thinks Portland is getting more covert 19 federal relief aid than other parts of the state. There's 11 90 KXAS Michael Desmond Democrats State representative David Gamber represents the central Oregon coast. Money needs to get not just where there are more people, but sometimes where there's more pain representative Gone. Bird has a League of Oregon City study found. Portland is getting a lot more covert 19 relief money on a per capita basis, $173 in Portland, $63 in the city of Tillamook Bomberg says tourist areas like his district are really hurting because the town of 10,000 people Has to provide services for thousands more tourists. Portland City Council's approved the residential infill project, allowing more accessory dwelling units, duplexes tribe flexes and four plexus to increase housing density in the city Commissioner Amanda Fritz voted no because it doesn't require the new construction toe happened. Your transit line, the new homes where they will never have transit never have sidewalks never be close to jobs in services will mean that we won't be able to meet the climate emergency calls. We all voted for just a few weeks ago. Opponents say the new construction will make housing even Or unaffordable in Portland. I'm Gail Cunningham. Traffic and weather are next planning for your retirement hard enough doing it with all of the unknowns of the Koven 19 crisis even harder. Paul Lynde meant for my friend Tim Claremont, CEO of Clear Financial Partners here in Portland..

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"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To a woman and I'm transgender my life is lived on a precipice of danger danger which I had no hand in creating for myself it does not come with the benefit of hazard pay or paid time off to grieve I can't say that I have a whole lot of original works today because everything I'm saying has been said before into the easy comfort of people's living rooms by James Baldwin and ivory towers by Audrey lowered from bookshelves by Angela Davis and down in the very middle of our streets by Marsha P. Johnson and miss major Griffin Gracy here is my community never work tapes what they wore was a sense of pride strong enough and who they were to rise up and fight back against the discrimination which try to erase them stop one sixty nine was without a doubt a turning point a clear rising a revolution that tide which one day wash away all the dirt and tear gas and rubber bullets and pepper spray as having been worth it it's a fight that continues today in so many ways evidenced in part by black indigenous and people of color who are transgender disabled and there are divergent who suffer the greatest abuses in our society in order for us to find safety in our city our neighbors and supporters must move beyond their definitions of identities labels which allow people languish in the idea that just because they can say the word intersection Audi that they are working with an intersectional lands our leaders must stop playing whack a mole when creating plans to fix the problems we face as a you can fix this group and that group and that group without confronting the core of the issues which caused the discrimination against people are asking for more than platitudes and pretty words and virtue signaling for a world that is never actually existed Angela Davis told us that you have to act as if it were possible to radically transform the world and you have to do it all the time and back in nineteen seventy three to Christopher street liberation day rally in New York so we had a better told us hello everyone to get up and support everyone all of us from the most at least so that's my **** today that our neighbors in the city of Portland in particular become more than just the allies in name we need you to become accomplices to stand up speak out offer real support and be the courageous leaders and supporters we claim ourselves to be every rainbow wash month of June I need you to understand that Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera and stormy to lobby a miss major Griffin Gracy didn't start with the white middle class color right for a white clear counterparts and street neighbors of any color to stay silent we're not done marching or protesting or being part of ourselves and we need that to be understood now as much as ever thank you very much I appreciate the council's time and energy today and I'm looking for a more radical future thank you reporter is executive director of pride northwest I struggled a lot to come up with the words that I wanted to speak today I and then I don't have a lot by but I want to say what what I'm feeling in all my years of dried northwest coming up on fourteen at this point I've seen the progress of the city of Portland has made in its relationship with its LGBTQ plus community I remember a time when pride proclamations the simplest recognition an elected body can give were few and far between when members of this body informed me that it was my responsibility to remind them to take notice and to recognize my community I credit in honor the work of LGBTQ plus city employees like Debbie castles and and the tireless work of deep driving much of that progress but I've also seen the backlash and experienced the backlash when Dr northwest dared to speak truth to power and try to open a doorway to progress so I know there's still a lot of work to do there is a pride have much in common with the movement for equality equity and justice being born or should I say reinvigorated in our city and in cities and towns across this country right northwest stands firmly with the black community and all communities of color as their community is our community and our community is their community we appreciate this recognition on the part of Portland city council and we look forward to working with you to build a future that is long overdue Portland city commissioner Chloe your daily I just want to briefly remind Portlanders that pride started with Ryan on June twenty eighth nineteen sixty nine the NYPD raided the Stonewall inn in Greenwich Village Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera of trans women of color or empowered by the black power anti war and women's liberation movements and together they led the LGBTQ community to push back on the anniversary of the Stonewall riots in nineteen seventy the LGBTQ community gathered for the first annual pride to celebrate their identities openly and formally launch the gay liberation movement now more than ever it's crucial to remember where this movement came from and to remember who started it remember Marsha P. Johnson remember Sylvia Rivera tell me what day remember that the fight for justice often starts with historically marginalized leaders unrest the protest and with a direct challenge to oppression in the status quo happy pride in city commissioner Amanda Fritz thank you type of politics a long time leadership of the pride movements and for all that you've told me over the years and I'm I'm glad you mentioned mentioned at the castle ten and a look at it as well and there has been a movement but in the city and it is good to see right now it's about many things to me it means supporting our LGBTQ plus community again living.

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"But other GOP say the briefing show that the administration made its case the feds say there's no credible threat to the homeland even with increased tensions between the US and Iran the joint intelligence bulletin obtained by ABC news said escalating tension between the US and Iran poses potential threats to the homeland even in the absence of a specific threat the FBI said it is working to mitigate any type of retaliatory attack from Iran whether physical or cyber the bulletin mention potential methods of attack that could range from cyber operations to targeted assassination or sabotage of infrastructure the bulletin singled out Iranian dissidents in the U. S. Jews Israelis Saudis or American government personnel as potential targets Aron Kader ski ABC news New York investigators in Iran say it's too early to determine what caused the Ukrainian airlines jet to crash last night just after take off from the airport in Tehran within sixty Canadians are among the dead AT and t's have questions they deserve answers median prime minister Justin Trudeau your listening to ABC news this is an advertisement he done it our top local stories this is a day for remembering the late Portland city commissioner Nick fish his fellow commissioners took time to honor him this morning at their first meeting since he died last week of stomach cancer commissioner Amanda Fritz says fish left his mark on the city yet so many accomplishments it's hard to even begin to stock up of which ones to pick out it wasn't as turn but council voted to make him president while they discussed those accomplishments fish battled cancer for more than two years council also passed a resolution setting the date for election to fill his vacant seat it will be held at the regular primary election on may nineteenth if a run off as needed that will happen August eleventh a celebration of life will be held at PSU on Saturday February eighth the council also approved a new contract with the company the cleans out problematical most camps in public areas rapid response by cleaning stop those cleanups December thirtieth when the old contract expired without anyone commissioner Joanne Hardesty says this new contract minimizes impacts on the homeless the work that's been done to actually get better at a more humane and just approach is really impressive contract requires workers to train and de escalation CPR and administration of nor can an opioid overdose as the also shift from cleaning to outrage and severe winter weather and streamline the retrieval of personal belongings each week the company cleans out about thirty to fifty camps the post public health and safety hazards it's a stiff sentence for a long time criminal with a history of violence we used a homemade gun to rob the same convenience store three times last year today thirty eight year old Reginald here X. was sentenced to twenty one years in prison on multiple counts of robbery and other crimes he was sentenced to jail after sheriff's deputies learned it was planning an escape attempt from the courthouse in Corvallis Oregonian reports Oregon State University has given Jonathan Smith a three year contract extension locking the football coach up through the twenty twenty five season hi gale Cunningham traffic and weather our next elections.

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"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Franzen president trump and leaders of Iran appear to be stepping back from further military escalations following Iran's missile strikes at U. S. positions in Iraq in response to the U. S. killing Iran's top general in a drone strike no US troops or Rockies were killed in the missile strikes last night the U. S. instead saying it will impose more sanctions against Iran and urged Iran to resume talks while the president did not use the aggressive language he has in recent days he did issue a warning to Ron for far too long all the way back to nineteen seventy nine to be exact nations have tolerated Iran's destructive and destabilizing behavior in the Middle East and beyond those days are over Karen Travers ABC news the White House lawmakers on Capitol Hill are getting briefed on Iran this afternoon A. B. C.'s an S. Dellacqua terra says there is a party split on the president's actions Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he was troubled to hear house speaker Nancy Pelosi appearing to blame the president for tensions with Iran question before us is not who is to blame for their aggression it is how best to deter and defend against the Democrats have been pushing the president to de escalate the situation hello see tweeting on Wednesday night about the need to end of quote needless provocations from the administration in as the local terror ABC news on Capitol Hill the estranged husband of Jennifer to Los appearing in a Connecticut court today to face charges in her murder Charlie three photos photos to law center court in a blue blazer white open collar shirt and hand cuffs to be arraigned on charges he murdered his estranged wife Jennifer defense attorney norm Paradis question the strength of the evidence the state is still rolling in the dark grasping at straws the judge set bond at six million dollars and ordered to those to have no contact with his five children Aron Kader ski ABC news New York the Duke and Duchess of Sussex making an announcement today that they'll step back and senior members of the royal family you're listening to the scene our top story the late Portland city commissioning fish was remember this morning during the council's first meeting since he died last week from stomach cancer commissioner Amanda Fritz says fish has left his mark on the city yet so many accomplishments it's hard to even begin to stock up of which ones to pick out it wasn't his turn by the council voted to make him president well they discussed his accomplishments fish battled cancer for more than two years metro will hold a special free parking Davis Saturday to honor fishes legacy in supporting parts in open spaces visitors to blue lake oxbow park Brighton beach the glaze and boat ramp and shook landing park will be able to use those parts and park there for free on Saturday we.

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"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"News off I'm Jill Michaels our top story Portland city council has approved a pilot program called Portland street response to help deal with the people in crisis who don't need police assistance city commissioner Amanda Fritz says it'll help resolve some of the increased calls to nine one one this is not the be all and end all this is a pilot project hopefully will be successful although there will be challenges the program will be based in southeast Portland lance neighborhood were nine one one calls are up twenty percent a paramedic from the fire bureau will be paired with a crisis worker to respond to certain non violent calls the first team will start early next year a second team halfway through the year twenty one protesters are facing charges after being arrested last night during a sit in that governor Kate brown's office the demonstrators are against the proposed LNG pipeline project in Coos county the group's southern Oregon rising tide is fighting the project and once governor brown another state leaders to deny the permits needed to complete the pipeline an Oregon man is being indicted on dozens of charges accused of online communication with minor girls for sexual purposes eleven ninety K. E. X. is Gail Cunningham is following the case the Multnomah county DA's office has indicted fifty eight year old David Koran on ninety charges for allegedly communicating online with seven different girls between thirteen and fourteen years old court documents indicate Koran use the name Perry Williams during these chats in which he talked the girls into sending him sexually explicit photos videos and other sexually explicit materials they self produced all of the victims told core on their true ages he was arrested in California and extradited to Oregon this week that's your news I'm Joe Michael's newsradio eleven ninety K. yeah X..

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"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Move and not an official announcement but by filing paperwork with the Federal Election Commission it officially declares a former New York mayor a candidate for president of the United States and it allows him to raise money for a run for the White House it's a B. C.'s linsey Davis a former Boston College student in court right now facing arraignment in connection with her boyfriend's suicide prosecutors say she was abusive badgering him with thousands of tax telling him to kill himself you're listening to ABC news top story Portland city council has approved a pilot program called Portland street response to help deal with the people in crisis who don't need a police response city commissioner Amanda Fritz says it'll help resolve some of the increased calls to nine one one this is not the be all and end all this is a pilot project it hopefully will be successful although there will be challenges it'll be based in southeast Portland let's neighborhood where nine one one calls are up twenty percent a fire bureau paramedic will be paired with a crisis worker to respond to certain non violent calls to nine one one the first team will start early next year the Oregon house and Senate special committees on conduct made a couple of big decision Thursday eleven ninety K. X. as Michael does when as details the Oregon legislature's committee that deals with lawmakers behavior is selected Jackie Sam buyer to be the legislative equity officer that's the person who chooses investigators conduct respectful workplace training in hears complaints about legislators conduct I'm here in the state of Oregon for the organ Attorney General sexual Salthouse forced doing title nine work for our colleges both public and private four year into your creating these types of policies and providing technical assistance and training in the committee's also took no action Thursday on complaints from several Republican senators who were part of the walk out in June all of the complaining some others withdrew their complaints about being called terrorists by other Democrat lawmakers please a stolen car ran to patrol vehicles during a chase had a house in a low then barricaded himself in a neighboring house but now as a a more is in custody more is now facing at least nine charges beginning to.

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"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"As part of the Bull Run filtration plant project neighbors don't want that house torn down and commissioner Amanda Fritz says it may not be necessary I have recently been informed that we may be able to tunnel underneath it and save it if that's what the pipe in that's something that will certainly be explored the properties needed to run water pipes to the plan for it says they will also rent the house until the plans for the plant are complete she says it's a good deal because the price is less than the brokers estimate hi gale Cunningham traffic and weather our next in the steering wheel the triple stitched Italian leather or even the engine that's built for the Autobot it's about finally driving a vehicle that I'd answer I can get anywhere fast in ultra comfort and a ride that represents me in my style when I pull up people stop to see who's getting out visit Audi Wilsonville today with more than one hundred pre owned luxury sedans and SUVs at a price you won't second guess Audi Wilsonville just a short drive down I five and always online at Audi Wilsonville dot com is furniture liquidation sale happening now with the old quality over give me furniture all dropping save up to ninety percent this historical event the old if you take it home today financing for all credit percent on all furniture wall art and more sale happening now covered at thirty seven seventy six Pacific highway today traffic it's a pretty slow go why two oh five north between I five and Stafford road and again Sunnyside road I pass stark street after really Iraq's five north is locked up to from corporate Avenue to downtown and from the Fremont to the interstate bridge I'd forties to stop and go past thirty third and southeast birch street remains closed between sandy Boulevard and eleventh Avenue Gail cutting MKX traffic this report is sponsored by indeed dot com indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with.

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"News top story had investigation is underway after a driver was tased by police and then died Wednesday in Albany Peter Yeager tells Keiichi that he saw it happen the man's car broke down in Yeager help push it to the side of the street when officers arrived there was a fight one of the main maybe sergeants or something came over and was likely resisting when we're gonna take issue and then the female officer said already tased him twice and so they didn't taste again please try to save his life but the guy died at the scene the medical examiner will now determine the cause of death Oregon state police will renew its contract with Oregon State University as you vice president of communications Steve Clark tells K. do staffing issue Oregon state told the police told us if they made a decision to prioritize our staffing clogs is is Pete did not say that the decision was related to the controversial arrest of a black student arrested recently for riding a bike down the wrong side of the street troopers will remain on campus through next June city of Portland will try once again to find ways to strengthen old brick buildings that could collapse in an earthquake eleven ninety K. exes Brad Ford is a story this city council voted to repeal an ordinance that required warning signs outside of unreinforced masonry buildings council approved formation of a committee to find ways to get those property owners to upgrade their buildings commissioner Amanda Fritz says it's a challenge it cannot come back and say if you're going to pay for toll over that have the state pay for itself because that's just not going to happen joined Hardesty led the effort to repeal the ordinance she wants to find ways to encourage building owners to do the work the effort to build a new I. five bridge over the Columbia River resumes tomorrow okay Tuesday the V. very own says a committee made up of representatives from Oregon and Washington will meet at that bridge or the bridges sit down for a formal discussion hashing out how the committee will be organized there was a quick look at the latest news on Jay's in camp Donia newsradio eleven ninety K. E. axe.

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"News our top local stories the city of Portland will try again to find ways to strengthen the old brick buildings that could collapse in an earthquake details from eleven ninety K. E. exes Brad Ford this city council voted to repeal an ordinance that required warning signs outside of unreinforced masonry buildings council approved formation of a committee to find ways to get those property owners to upgrade their buildings commissioner Amanda Fritz says it's a challenge it cannot come back and say if you're going to pay for toll over that have the state pay for chill because that's just not going to happen joined Hardesty led the effort to repeal the ordinance she wants to find ways to encourage building owners to do the work the search for missing seventy eight year old mushroom picker in Skamania county is being put on hold temporarily Richardson Dr Beaverton went missing Saturday near for service road sixty and searchers are spent the last three days looking for him they use drones to search areas that are tough to reach on foot the resume the search on Saturday a proposed Oregon ballot measure that would reinstate the requirement for U. S. citizenship what applying for an Oregon driver's license will not move forward in its current form deputy secretary of state rich vile says the group the put the petition forward has plenty of time to try again we've got a lot of time before the November twenty twenty election that we can get stuff that I don't remember what it is but it's clear the next summer secretary of state bev carnal ruled the appeal needed to spell out precisely how it would change the law and it did not do that the trail Blazers host the Denver Nuggets in their season opener tonight about a center place our coach Terry Stotts as playing the nuggets twice during the preseason helps everybody realize after a long.

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"York City promotion shows a president Donald Trump lookalike being hog tied by a woman the ad is for Portland based clothing company deviney with the model wearing their athletic line about a treated their hash tag stand for something along with a picture of the ad I man's hospitalized in critical condition after a stabbing early this morning and Kelso police responded to an assault complaint in North Kelso and found one man who had been assaulted by two other men then a second assault report came in were Amanda been stabbed several times police arrested two suspects neighbors call it a waste of money but the city of Portland may be about to buy an eight hundred thousand dollar mansion city commissioner Amanda Fritz explains the water bureau is building a filtration plant nearby and may need that lan to locate the pipe flying this property means that we'll be able to put the pipes underground and have specialty connection which will then cost less money okay two reports city council will take its first look at that purchase this week school officials say a viral video should have never been made public the surveillance footage showed park rose high school security guard and coach came in low describing a student and giving him a hug in a statement over the weekend the park row school districts said they had denied a public records request for the video of the may seventeenth incident the superintendent took to Twitter to say that they believe it's released by the district attorney's office is a violation student rights to the family educational rights and privacy act more than firefighters are prepared for possible evacuations of the tram yesterday crews lowered tram workers one hundred feet to the ground those people were posing as traps tram passengers during an exercise to provide the practice needed for the rescue team more than eighteen thousand people of registered for the Oregon lotteries news sports betting app called scoreboard sad Banani tells Kate to he is bad on the sports previously but this is safer.

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Strong enough for this and we need this community to to help us and and to help and and we want I want to know how much he is loved by us and by this whole community in your old freshman has not been seen since Sunday night the nineteen year old former student who brought a shotgun depart pros high school in may has pleaded guilty an investigation found angel Granada's D. as was in a mental health crisis Anne and did not intend to hurt anyone other than himself mark rose football coach came in low held Granada studios until police arrived and no one was hurt during the incident Granada's DS was sentenced to three years probation which requires mental health treatment the board of water bureau is buying an eight hundred thousand dollar newly remodeled home in a rural area near Gresham eleven ninety Kate yes is Gail cutting and says it's not sitting well with neighbors it's a large hole boasting a guest house and a barn on southeast carpenter laying across from where the city's building a water filtration plant commissioner Amanda Fritz who oversees the water bureau tells Kate to it's not the house they want where she's been after a thousand dollars for the for the property she says it's a less expensive place to lay pipe transporting water from the plant their building but long time neighbors like Carol barthas it shocking for a project already over budget people are little called about that it seems like a waste of money if the city doesn't use the home where the land they may sell city council has yet to approve the purchase Nike is heading into Oregon project for elite track athletes or was overseen by Alberto Salazar last week Salazar was found guilty by the U. S. anti doping agency of running experiments with supplements and testosterone that were supported by Nike it was also possessing and trafficking.

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"News you're listening to ABC news are you more than ten our top story hundreds of people turned out for a vigil at the university of Portland for when Klinger he's the eighteen year old freshman vanished on Sunday his mother Mary is grateful for the community supports overwhelming really overwhelming and wonderful the support that's here tonight for and all the candles lit for him and all this energy it's it's beautiful his family says he withdrew money from an ATM on Sunday night but they have no idea where he's gone police are searching for a twelve year old girl ran away from home the Gresham police department says Alexia hardy has been known to hang out in the trial bail in Fairview areas police have posted a photo of the girl on their Twitter page anyone who sees is urged to contact police the Portland water bureau is buying an eight hundred thousand dollar newly remodeled home in a rural area near Gresham in eleven ninety K. E. X. is Gail Cunningham says that's not sitting well with neighbors it's a large hole boasting a guest house and a barn on southeast carpenter laying across from where the city's building a water filtration plant commissioner Amanda Fritz who oversees the water bureau tells Kate to it's not the house they want to question spending a hundred thousand dollars for the for the property she says it's a less expensive place to lay pipe transporting water from the plant their building but long time neighbors like Carroll Martha St shocking for a project already over budget people are little called about that it seems like a waste of money if the city doesn't use the home where the land they may sell Portland city council has yet to approve the purchase a new study says Portland drivers are the worst in the nation the study from quote wizard dot com analyzed U. S. cities on four factors including traffic crashes speeding tickets do you eyes and other traffic violations they ranked Portland as having the worst drivers followed by Boise Idaho in Virginia beach Virginia the study.

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And as story a police believe she may be in danger of forty five year old man is accused of dozens of sex sex-abuse charges involving a child and eleven ninety says Gail Cunningham says his bail is massive Jason McConnell is being held on fourteen million dollars bail after his arrest by Gresham police Tuesday on fifty six counts of first degree sexual abuse McConnell is accused of sexually abusing a girl on a regular basis from the time. She was ten until she was fourteen. She's now twenty three the Multnomah county. DA says this investigation began last July when McConnell was indicted on nine counts of second degree encouraging child sexual abuse involving a family member that case is still pending. These parkland is wondering if the latest cell network's might be a health hazard Commissioner, Amanda. Fritz worries that the federal government is pushing ahead with four G and five G networks despite scientific research that has devastated exposure to electromagnetic radiation may increase cancer risk and other poor health outcomes city is not allowed to regulate cell towers based on health impacts council. Members are demanding the federal government update, the health studies, Oregon governor Kate Brown has signed a Bill that will help fund the Oregon Health plan. Eleven ninety says Bradford reports there's a gap in funding, healthcare and Oregon and a bipartisan Bill will temporarily fill the whole it was a monumental task to pass this Bill early in the legislative session governor Kate Brown says the Bill will tax hospitals and insurance cabinets to raise three hundred eighty million dollars over the next six years. But it's not enough. We also need to turn our focus to filling the rest of the Oregon Health plan funding gap. The governor has to proposals to raise that additional money attacks on east cigarettes, a higher tax on tobacco at assessing a Fiat employers who don't. Provide health insurance. Those proposals are part of the governor's budget and have yet to be approved. John Ericsson, News Radio eleven ninety K E X..

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"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner amanda fritz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Listening to ABC news. Good evening. I'm Anna Eriksson. Our top story. State. Lawmakers are examining ways to make college campuses across Oregon safer. Lawmakers are now looking to adopt a Bill called Kayla's law. Investigators say Kelly Sawyer was intentionally run over and killed by privately hired Kevin security officer Erwin Lara after tried to sexual assaulter at been community college Senator Tim keynote is behind the bell and ski to news. So you're may never have gotten in the car with Laura if she had known he was not a police officer was able to get her in the back of what looked like a police vehicle because she trusted that it was a safe place. If the Bill becomes law privately higher campus security vehicles would not be allowed to have red and blue flashing lights. In addition every campus security car would have to have GPS tracking and security cameras. The Bill has bipartisan support and is expected to pass the Portland city council voted today to ask the federal government to prioritize the health and safety of portlanders by updating studies on the possible health risks. Of the new rep it five G radio frequency wireless. Emissions Commissioner Amanda Fritz says there's a gap in research on both four g and five g cell phones. And this is despite scientific research has demonstrated exposure to electromagnetic radiation may increase cancer risk and other poor health outcomes. The city lacks legal authority to regulate small cells based on radio frequency admissions. A Clackamas county man will spend the next fifteen years in prison after pleading guilty to first degree manslaughter in a shooting two years ago. Howard Bennell junior was arrested in August of two thousand seventeen accused of shooting Thirty-four-year-old elven Wallenstein of Malala during an argument in the driveway of his home Bonello pleaded guilty on February twenty-second he was sentenced early this month. I'm Anna, Eriksson, NewsRadio eleven ninety K ex. And now a message from vistaprint..

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