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"On Lee with the covert vast scene. There's underlying issues in this community. We definitely need to focus in on the health and wellness. Tell you says outreach teams went tent to tent and shelter to shelter to tell people over 65. They were eligible for the shot. Ah, poor from the Associated Press says. 17% of people say they probably won't get the vaccine, 15% say they're definitely not getting it. Many people say they're concerned about the vaccine safety and effectiveness. The Beverly Hills Police Department has been reviewing a musical interaction between an activist and an officer. Activists. Senate de Vermont says he was live streaming of request for public records when the officers started playing a sublime song, potentially a tactic used to actually make it. The video again is taken down from social media, whether to YouTube or Instagram because of the copyright violation of the song in the background. De Vermont says he always films his interactions with the police as a form of transparency. The police department says the playing of music while accepting complaints are answering questions is not a recommended procedure. Day two in the Taken impeachment trial of former President Trump has been filled with arguments against Trump from house impeachment managers. He's charged with inciting the fatal violence of the U. S Capitol last month. Impeachment manager Colorado Democratic Congressman Jonah Goose asked how things would have played out if Trump had gone on TV or Twitter when the right started and told his supporters to stop if he had done so, with even half assed much force. As he said, Stop the steel. How many lives would we have saved? Prosecutors and Trump's defense seen each have a maximum of 16 hours to present their side. The trial will continue tomorrow. Fly me to.
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"Also shown some resistance to the AstraZeneca vaccine and a limited study. Nuisances. Labs also turned up 159 cases of the more contagious UK variant in the state. And L. In Orange County Sheriff's deputy has been charged with two felonies for filing a false police report. A woman in Rancho Santa Margarita reported. Her license plate had been stolen in Santa Monica, Orange County Da's Kimberly Ed says when responding in 2019 deputy Chad rented her told the deputy he was training to change the location of the theft so we would be within jurisdiction and when she refused to do so, he's accused of pushing her aside. Typing a report in her name and then signing the victim's name. Honest CHP document, which was a forgery, It says dishonest deputies destroyed public trust vinegar is on paid leave and faces almost five years in prison if convicted in Orange County, Corbin Carson KO Phi News, the Beverly Hills Police Department is reviewing whether an officer should face the music. Senate. De Vermont is an activist who says he always films interactions with the police literally four transparency, and earlier this week he was filing a public records request went in off. Sir pulled out his phone. Oh, you're trying to take the licensing down. De Vermont says the officer was playing a sublime song, my understanding that he's playing this music in an attempt, and then he broadcast that I would have in real time. The Police department says the playing of music while accepting a complaint or answering a question is not a recommended procedure. Chris and Carl Okay if I knew opening arguments have started in the second impeachment trial of former President Trump he's charged with inciting the fatal violence of the U. S. Capitol last month impeachment Manager, Colorado Democratic Congressman Jonah Goose. Asked how things would have played out if Trump had gone on a TV or trigger Twitter when the riot started and told his supporters to stop if he had done so, with even half assed much force, as he said, Stop the steel. How many lives would we have saved? Prosecutors and Trump's defense team will each have a maximum of 16 hours to prevent.
"congressman jonah goose" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"President Trump is underway. The lead house impeachment manager Jamie Raskin, saying the president was not an innocent bystander on January 6 Instead, he was not the commander in chief. But the insider in chief. This mob got organized so openly because as they would later scream in these halls. It is they posted on forms before the attack. They were sent here by the president. They were invited here by the president of the United States of America. Colorado Congressman Jonah Goose, telling senators. The president did nothing to stop the riot. You will hear evidence tonight. Tomorrow throughout the trial about his refusal as commander in chief to respond to numerous desperate police on the phone across social media. Begging him to stop the attack. Trump's legal team is expected to start presenting its defense Friday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell telling fellow Republicans to vote as they feel they should in the Trump impeachment trial, multiple reports say. McConnell pointed out Republicans who voted yesterday that the trial was unconstitutional. Could still vote to convict Trump at least 17. Republicans would have to vote with all the Democrats for Trump to be convicted. The Eagle County Democrats, state senator is planning to run against Congresswoman Lauren Bo Burt in 2022. She's bringing in the cash carry, Donovan's campaign spokesperson says over $100,000. Has been donated to her campaign by 2000 individual donors. Donovan, launching her campaign last week over won a seat in Congress as a Republican. Last November. Olympic and World Cup tour scared Ted Ligety. Is retiring. It's every emotion. It's pretty crazy toe. To be on this tour for 17 years and now walking away and think about how much my life has changed over the years because he's a two time Olympic champion and five time world champion. He's 36 years old and a native of Park City, Utah Broncos releasing quarterback A J Booga Booga coming off an injury plagued 2020 season, playing in only seven games. Denver acquired him from Jacksonville last spring for 1/4 round draft Pick The Dow industrials have turned it around now positive by 134 points. The S and P 500 is up. Eight. The NASDAQ Up nine Our Next news updates at 1 30 I'm Susan would get on Kaylie NewsRadio a 50 A M and 94 1 FM to celebrate state.
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"Pairs and a free exam for just 69 95. That's not just a better deal. It's America's best book Your exam online today. Dave Don't nine w T o P. Traffic. Let's head on over to storm team for we've got Mike Stanford, Mike, this heavy weather is going to come in phases. What do you see? And right now, Right now I am seeing some returns around the Culpeper area. I don't think this is reaching the ground, the nearest Syria. It's reporting any light. Snow is standing in the Shenandoah Valley. But we'll keep a close eye on that because we will start to see the radar feeling over the next several hours, which, whether advised you'll kick in at seven o'clock tonight because until 10 a.m. Thursday morning, it does not include the southern suburbs so over the next several hours to start to see a mix of rain, sleet stuff moving in from the West and Southwest. And after sunset will turn the All Star thing by by several eight o'clock tonight. Most of us will see mainly snow except across the southern suburbs, where precipitation will stay mainly a mix of rain, sleet and snow. Accumulation of 1 to 3 inches of snow by sunrise except across the southern suburbs were accumulations will be held down by rain and sleet here will see less than inch of accumulation. Most bitch funny, so lower thirties, but all of us want to prepare for an icy drive into work tomorrow morning. I will see periods of wet snow could be mixed with some sleet or rain. It ties. An additional 1 to 3 inches of slush is possible high stepper twenties to mid thirties. Then everything will freeze again. Thursday night Friday, periods of snow asleep this man the light side, but could be another inch or two of snow. Eyes upper twenties to lower thirties and we may see some snow in ice again on Saturday temperatures all right now. Well about freezing. 41 Camp Springs College Park, 40. It's 39 Culpepper. Right now, Shawn. Here we have a temperature of 40 to Reagan. National. All righty. Thank you. Mike. Brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today. CBS News Special Report pointing the finger at former President Trump. Democrats from the House continue their arguments that Mr Trump should be found guilty of inciting deadly violence at the Capitol 1 January six. Congressman Eric Swalwell from California says it took place over weeks. This was never about one speech. He built this mob over many months with repeated messaging until they believe that they have been robbed of their votes, and they would do anything to stop the certification. Congressman Jonah Goose repeated some of Mr Trump's claims the election was stolen. Full of fraud rig. The House Democrat managers have also presented videos this one of a trump supporter who believe Mr.
"congressman jonah goose" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Marty with you, Fox 31 Pinpoint whether it is 12 degrees right now, you see kind of that hazy sort of foggy cold conditions. That's where we're gonna be out. For most of today gonna get coolers week progresses as well. And then the weekend that polar plunge we've been talking about Story on Colorado's morning news. Both sides in the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump start laying out their case is officially in front of the Senate. Today. Let's get the latest from our partners that ABC News The formal presentation of evidence begins today in former President Trump's impeachment trial House impeachment managers trying to prove that he incited the capital right with his words beforehand. On Tuesday, Senators voted to let the trial moved forward even though President Trump's lawyers tried to argue it was unconstitutional. ABC congressional correspondent Rachel Scott is at the Capitol sources say the former president is fuming over his legal team's dismal debut. I saw a headline representative, so and so Seeks to walk back comments about I forget what it was attorney Bruce Castor taking to the floor first for the defense, delivering a nearly hour long, rambling and sometimes baffling speech. Nebraska you're going to hear is quite A judicial thinking place. Sources say. Trump was a specially stunned when his own attorney praised the Democrats with continuing coverage. The impeachment trial. Sherry Preston, ABC News, Well, the former president was watching any reportedly was not happy with his defense team after the first day of his impeachment trial, a person familiar with the matter shared with politico that the former president was frustrated with the legal team's performance. CNN also reporting that the former chief executive was nearly screaming. While attorney Bruce Castor gave his opening remarks Colorado Congressman Jonah Goose, one of the House case managers, he spoke on the Senate floor yesterday ahead of the vote on whether the push the trial forward. He asked senators to remember the events of January 6th what you experienced that day. What we experienced that day. What our country experienced that day. Is the framers. Worst nightmare Come to life. Congressman A goose joined Colorado Congresswoman Diana to get on the House management team. When it comes to giving out vaccines, Colorado had been ranked in the top 10 of states for its population getting vaccinated. We've now fall into 18th. But Governor Paul is defended How the rollouts going. I'm incredibly proud of the progress that we're making. We continue to be in the top tier of states when it comes to quickly and efficiently administering the vaccine. There are some states out of us. I won't rest until we're number one half of Coloradans over the age of 70 have gotten the vaccine. The governor wants that number to reach 70%. By the end of the month, the state has now started vaccinating those 65 older and educators. Colorado's covert vaccination hotline is picking up the pace, state officials say the wait time has reduced to just 11 seconds on the phone. That's after quadrupling the number of staff members. There are now 200 people taking those calls. Ah, hotlines averaging more than 1700 per day. Anybody who needs more info you can call the hotline. It's 877 CEO VAX CEO. Health Care experts have some tips for those getting the vaccine ahead of any reaction that they might have the medical community says loud and clear side effects from the vaccine. These are much more desirable than the dangers of covert 19. But that said, it's not exactly a walk in the park for everyone. I put a hoody sweatshirt on and four blankets and I Stayed in bed for two solid hours, and it passed very quickly. It was Dr Scott Joyce experience after his second Moderna does. He's a health one position at Inglewood Primary care first time your system's kind of like, Oh, what's going on here? This is something totally new second time. It's kind of waiting for it, and it's a little bit more prepared. Joy says fewer of those 70 and older reporting side effects compared to the younger crowd. Many healthcare providers have been having a day or.
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"Seven o'clock It's Colorado's Morning news with April and Marty Fox 31 pinpoint weather on a Wednesday. Currently, 16 and Fog will get only a high in the mid upper thirties, one more day above freezing and then a polar plunge over the weekend right now, on Colorado's Morning news on Capitol Hill Day. To a former president Trump's historic impeachment trial. Lawmakers here aren't just prosecutors and jurors. Most were witnesses to a deadly riot at the Capitol on January. 6th mistrial is personal. Indeed for every senator, lead impeachment manager, Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin mixed personal stories with legal theory and setting up why former President Trump should face the Senate trial. Step. Trump's attorney, Bruce Castor, says his unconstitutional for a private citizen he was removed by the voters. House managers begin two days of presentations this afternoon after a 56 44 vote in the Senate, affirming the trialist constitutional on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern, Fox News president. Trump reportedly not pleased with his defenses performance Yesterday, Republicans had some criticism as well. Republican Lisa Murkowski of Alaska essentially called Attorney Bruce Castor's presentation. Meandering Colorado has to house managers on the case. One of them Congressman Jonah Goose, laid out why this case deserves a trial. President Trump was not impeached. For run of the mill corruption. Misconduct. He was impeached. For inciting a violent insurrection. An insurrection where people died. In this building, the congressman says. If the Senate does not hold the trial, it would invite future presidents to use their power without any fear of accountability. Colorado senators John Hickenlooper and Senator Michael Bennet both voted yes to hold that trial more covered 19 vaccine doses on the way to Colorado Governor Pulis says the federal government ramping up distribution. They are increasing our vaccine supply in Colorado by 9000 weeks starting next week. We're very excited about that s O. That's at least for three weeks, so that means 27,000 additional vaccines. Over the next three weeks. Additional doses will also go out to community health centers in the states. The governor says Colorado is about three quarters of the way to achieving its goal of vaccinating 70% of residents. Age 70 and up. By the end of this month, Theo Verner also rejecting Denver's air Denver areas. Idea of prioritizing the homeless. Kaylie News radio check clerk has more on this already. At that news conference yesterday, the governor mentioned the memo from the city to state officials about putting a priority on vaccinating the homeless. Denver's joint task force, asking about a location based strategy on vaccinations regardless of a person's age old says he will not divert any of the current supply to help those experiencing homelessness, saying it would cost lives to take a vaccine meant for someone over 70 and give it to a younger person just because they're homeless. He also thought that there could be problems tracking down members of the homeless community. Receive a second dose of the vaccine. Chuck Clark a way news Radio three former over a cops are fired over a scandal in the wake of the death of Elijah McClane and they won't get their jobs back. There are a Civil Service commission denied the appeals of Jason Rosenblatt, Erica Moreira and Kyle Detrick yesterday they were let go last year in connection with the photos sent me a text message that appeared to mock McLane's 2019 death after he had a confrontation with police police Chief has a Wilson says she's pleased with commission's decision. 1/4 officer Resigned before disciplinary action was taken. Chad Hoffman care way news radio calls of suicide threats to Colorado safe to tell programmer on the rise, there was a 24% increase in those type of calls so far this year compared to last Attorney General Phil Weiser says he knows remote learning is increasing stress and anxiety for kids. The challenging time. And if people know about arms, the students safe to tell us that place that's trusted. We can get the information we could do something about it. The number of calls, though, has dropped 58% for this school year over last The top categories of calls suicide threats, followed by welfare checks and reports of child abuse heads up skiers and riders. If you don't already have a pass and advanced reservation do not do not have to Steamboat Springs, suspecting to buy a lift ticket weekend. We know what the holiday weekend we do expect it to be busy. We have stopped selling single day lift ticket. That s steamboat spokeswoman Lauren do, she says they made that decision, in part because the huge crowds and long lift lines last weekend, she says the resort is not selling any lift tickets either single day or multi day through President's Day on.
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"601. April on Marty with you, Fox 31 pinpoint whether it's 16 degrees, and as John and Marty mentioned foggy out there this morning. Ah, hi only coming for us in the upper thirties, slightly warmer tomorrow and then a polar plunge over the weekend. Good morning. Our top story here on Colorado's morning news opening statements in the second impeachment trial of former President Trump getting underway in the Senate today that after a vote on whether the proceedings were constitutional, those arguments were presented yesterday. The Democratic prosecutor Jamie Ross, Can recounting how his family was with him that day at the Capitol is emotions weighing heavy as he recalled what his daughter said to him, Dad. I don't want to come back to the capital. They won for this unprecedented trial was meant to focus on the constitutionality of the trial itself, with Democrats arguing Trump can still be impeached, even though he's no longer in the Oval Office. But Trump's lead defense attorney, Bruce Castor, spent most of his time on the floor sauntering through arguments that weren't clearly related to those constitutional questions. That is a B C's Andrew Jim. But reporting six Republicans joined Democrats in yesterday's votes, the former president said, is not to be pleased by the performance of his defense thus far Colorado Congressman Jonah Goose part of the nine member impeachment management panel, he spoke ahead of yesterday's vote. Presidents can't inflame insurrection in their final weeks. And then walk away. Nothing happened. And yet, that is the rule. President Trump Asks you to adopt Congressman a goose joining Congresswoman Diana to get on that house team. Colorado is getting more doses of the covert 19 vaccine. It amounts to nearly 30,000 additional shots of the next three weeks. The increase is part of an effort by the Biden administration to ramp up distribution around the country, Governor Pola says. Despite the move, he's still pushing the White House for more vaccines. They're still big question marks around when and if Johnson and Johnson supply comes online, we obviously would appreciate even greater quantities than we now have. We need more visibility and transparency into the nursing home program, the direct forms pharmacy program. Governor. Polish says Colorado is inching closer to getting most of the state's elderly population vaccinated. He also said he disagrees with Denver's push to prioritize the homeless. Getting those shots. First three Aurora cops fired for a photo scandal surrounding the Elijah McClane case will not be back on the beef. Hey away News Radio's Chuck Clark has that story April, a picture that shows three officers smiling and mocking a chokehold and the reaction of another resulted in their dismissal Last year. It was a bad look for Aurora cops and actually, a stated in the Aurora Civil Service Commission's report put their safety and the safety of other officers in jeopardy Yesterday, the three in the photo were denied their appeals. Also denied was Jason Rosenblatt. The officer who got the picture in an email and responded Ha ha. All of the officers involved expressed remorse over the incident, but it doesn't help of force that's trying hard to improve its reputation in the community. In a statement, police chief S Williams Wilson says she supports the commission's decision. Chuck Clark a way NewsRadio thank you check. The rural Police are looking for two men they say, robbed a mail carrier and then stole his USPS delivery truck. It happened Monday afternoon. Your Buckley and it Buckley Air Force Base. This man shared with our partners of Fox 31 that he's missing male.
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"Had When you sign with Berry Gordy. They taught you how to be a star. You know, you had to follow rules you had you had to do things the Motown way you have. The address is certainly to a certain kind of way to interviews, dance choreography because they met her. Yeah, they met kings and queens. You know, they really, You know, they were all over in England with the queen and all that stuff, so they had to know, you know, proper protocol. And all of that, so No, they don't make them like that, man. Hmm. Well, his type he needs everybody. Here it is Miss and Tripp Tripp. Thank you very much. Everybody. Good morning. Former President Donald Trump. Second Impeachment trial gets underway Later today after several Republican senators joined with the Democrats and decide that it is constitutional. Try the former president on charges of inciting insurrection on January 6, Democratic impeachment manager and Congressman Jonah Goose Said he was there what we experienced that day. What our country experienced that day is the framers. Worst nightmare Come to life. Presidents can't inflame insurrection in their final weeks. And then walk away like nothing happened. And yet that is the rule that President Trump asks you to adopt. Trump's legal team argued that well, whatever the president said, even if it might have been a little reckless, that it only amounted to free speech, But impatient manager and Congressman Davis's Cellini said that free speech is one thing. This situation was some different. Plenty of other politicians have use strong language. But Donald J. Trump was president of the United States, and he said that made a big difference. The final Senate vote was 56 to 44 in favor of starting the trial is going to start it around noontime Today, Eastern time both sides will get each of them will get 16 hours like that two days basically love two days to make their case for conviction or acquittal. Donald Trump was reportedly not watching the proceedings. One exact earlier. No way He's not watching. He's not watching, but of course he was, and he says he's very very, he said. To be very, very angry, and they're I mean like angry is like a mild word to describe how he's apparently feels. President. Biden, meanwhile, is said not to be paying attention to the impeachment trial, but rather knuckling down on his quote American rescue plan the president still holding firm On weighing struggling Americans to get $1400 covitz stimulus checks. He wants to make sure he keeps it to middle class people and not rich people. The National Transportation Safety Board says that pilot error Was responsible for the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter and six other people last year. The NTSB says the pilot was prohibited by federal regulations to penetrate the cloud. He wasn't supposed to do that. But the pilot, they said, intended to go up and over the clouds, He said he was going to do that, but apparently he became disoriented Once you got in the clouds and ended up crashing Into a hillside below in Ohio and now fired White Columbus police officer claiming innocence in a point blank killing of an unarmed black man named Andre Hill, the judges said bail for this cop or former cop it $3 million. A court records show. Adam Court charge it one count each of murder and Felonious assault. Two counts of dereliction of duty and bill was Mary Mary Wilson yesterday and sad news. We've also lost boxing champ Leon Spinks. Who have been fighting prostitute and other cancers for months. You know he Mohammed Ali for the championship back in 1978. They knew.
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"The weak ones because the strong ones don't need any of our health, which I'm going to try and give them the Kind of pride and boldness that they need to take back our country. Jordy later we're debating a step that has never been taken in American history. Moments of January 6th, including moments from the C span video library portion of a 13 minute video by the House impeachment managers. Then they presented their case against the former president. Here's Colorado congressman Jonah Goose. I have explained in great detail. The many reasons why the argument that President Trump advocates for here today is wrong. I just want to close with the note about why it's dangerous. Lead manager Raskin explained that impeachment exists to protect the American people from officials. Who abused their powerful who betrayed him. It exists for a case just like this one. Honestly, it is hard to imagine a clearer example of how a president could abuse his office, inciting violence against a co equal branch of government while seeking to remain in power after losing an election. Sitting back and watching it unfold. We all know the consequences. Like every one of you. I was in the capital on January 6th. I was on the floor with lead manager Ask it like every one of you. I was evacuated as this violent mob stormed the capital's gates. What you experienced that day what we experienced that day. What our country experienced that day is the framers. Worst nightmare. Come to life. Presidents can't inflame insurrection. In their final weeks and then walk away like nothing happened. And yet that is the rule that President Trump asks you to adopt. I urge you we urge you to decline his request to vindicate the Constitution to let us try this case. That from Congressman Jonah Goose and again the Senate by a vote of 56 to 44, with six Republicans siding with the Democrats, saying, In fact, it is constitutional to try a former president. There was also an emotional moment from that lead House impeachment manager, Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin, he recalled, assuring his daughter Tabatha and Senate law Hank that it would be safe to watch the House count The electoral college votes on January 26 congressmen Raskin, saying that his family watch the proceedings from the balcony of Of the chamber before returning to an office where they had barricaded the door. We should point out just one day earlier, the congressman buried his son, Tommy, who died of suicide. Here's what happened. And when they were finally rescued over an hour later by Capitol officers and we were together, I hugged them, and I apologize. And I told my daughter Tabatha, who's 24, a brilliant algebra teacher and teach for America. Now. I told her how sorry I was. And I promised her that it would not be like this again. The next time she came back to the capital with me and you know what she said. She said, Dad, I don't want to come back to the Catholic of all. Terrible, brutal things I saw and I heard on that day, And since then that one hit me the hardest that and watching someone using American flag pole. The flag still on it to spear and pummel one of our police officers ruthlessly mercilessly tortured by a pole. With a flag on it that he was defending with his very life from the center chamber of Congressman Jamie Raskin with his own account of the events on January 6th. We have posted that moment. And, of course, all of today's proceedings on our website at sea spend or g'kar. Meanwhile, the president's lawyers rebutting the House managers stating that Donald Trump was quote horrified by the Capitol attack, and attorney Bruce Castor, saying that the reason for this trial is obvious. I was struck, I thought be the day. House managers who spoke earlier were brilliant speakers and I made some notes and they'll hear about what I think about some of the things they said later, when I'm closing the case. I thought they were brilliant speakers. I loved listening to him. They're smart fellas. Why are the House managers afraid? And why is the majority of the House of representatives afraid of the American people? I mean, let's understand why we are really here. We are really here because the majority in the House of Representatives does not want to face Donald Trump as a political rival in the future. That's the real reason we're here. That's why they Have to get over the jurisdictional hurdle, which they can't get over. But that's why they have to get over that in order to get to the part of the Constitution that allows removal, so that's the nobody says it that plainly but unfortunately, I have a way of speaking that way. And the reason that I'm having trouble with the with the argument is the American people just spoke. And they just changed administrations. So in the light, most favorable to my colleagues on the other side of the aisle here, their system works. The people are smart enough in the light, most favorable to them. They're smart enough to pick a new administration if they don't like the old one, and they just did, And he's down there Pennsylvania Avenue now probably wondering how come none of my stuff is happening up at the Capitol. Why? Why do you members of the House of Representatives? The majority of the House of Representatives? Why are they afraid of the very people that sent them to do this job?.
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"From ABC News. I'm Daria holding her for just the fourth time in history. The Senate impeachment trial of a president is underway. And for the second time the defendant is former President Trump House impeachment managers opening their case with a graphic video of Mr Trump urging the crowd at his Stop The Steel Rally on January 6th to march to the capital and in his words, fight like hell to overturn his election defeat. Colorado Congressman Jonah Goose what you experienced that day. What we experienced that day. What our country experienced that day. Is the framers. Worst nightmare come to life, the former president's legal team, arguing that the proceedings are unconstitutional because Mr Trump is now out of office over President's attorney Bruce Castor, sidestepping the capital mob violence, instead saying the impeachment is a democratic political vendetta. We're really here. Because the majority in the House of Representatives does not want to face Donald Trump as a political rival in the future. Democrats arguing Donald Trump violated his constitutional oath and incited an insurrection against the government and the field. ABC NEWS Washington The trial resumes tomorrow morning. The former president at his Mar a Lago resort is said to have watched portions of the proceedings today, and sources tell ABC News He was not pleased with his team's performance. Authorities in Buffalo, Minnesota, say a man who reportedly said he was not happy with the health carried received open fire Today. The clinic hurt this man. Say.
"congressman jonah goose" Discussed on KOMO
"Her for just the fourth time in history. The Senate impeachment trial of a president is underway. And for the second time the defendant is former President Trump. House impeachment managers opening their case with a graphic video of Mr Trump urging the crowd at his stop The steel rally on January 6th to march to the capital and, in his words fight like hell to overturn his election defeat. Colorado congressman Jonah Goose what you experienced that day. What we experienced that day. What our country experienced that day. The framers. Worst nightmare come to life, the former president's legal team, arguing that the proceedings are unconstitutional because Mr Trump is now out of office. Former president's attorney Bruce Castor, sidestepping the capital mob violence, instead saying the impeachment is a democratic political vendetta. We're really here. Because the majority in the House of Representatives does not want to face Donald Trump as a political rival in the future. Democrats arguing Donald Trump violated his constitutional oath and incited an insurrection against the government and the field. ABC NEWS Washington The trial resumes tomorrow morning. The former president at his Mar a Lago resort is said to have watched portions of the proceedings today, and sources tell ABC News If he was not pleased with his team's performance. Authorities in Buffalo, Minnesota, say a man who reportedly said he was not happy with the health carried received open fire Today. The clinic hurt this man. They get down on the ground,.
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"I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now. The constitutionality of the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump is how the Senate is beginning the trial today. After House managers made their case for why trying to president no longer in office is Constitutional Trump's defense team in the last half hour beginning to make its case for why it is not Democratic House managers in effect trying to re but what Trump lawyers will re but Whether the president can be convicted when he's out of office and whether his speech at the rally before the insurrection is First Amendment protected Rhode Island Congressman David Sis Cellini. Plenty of other politicians have use strong language. Donald J. Trump was president of the United States. He sought to overturn a presidential election that have been upheld by every single court to consider it Colorado Congressman Jonah Goose. The text of the Constitution makes clear. There is no January exception to the impeachment power. The president's can't commit grave offenses in their final days. And escape any congressional Response. Trial continuing shortly with continuing coverage, the impeachment trial. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Open Your arguments by both sides in the impeachment trial will come tomorrow. Now the latest traffic and weather together. From the U. C. Health Traffic Center. You see health cardiology provides the region's most advanced heart care program. Visit you see health dot com slash heart for details. Highways again are wet, but you're going to see some slick spots around as well. So be careful. There is an accident on 1 29 near Hampshire Drive just to the east of downtown Hamilton and a broken down semi remains on the right shoulder. South 75 Burlington Pike. Little bit lighter than usual traffic this afternoon due to the weather. I'm Rob Williams news radio 700 wlw. Now the ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio. 700 wlw ones are still possible for the rest of the day with a high of 33 degrees, But our road related issues because of snow. We're going to linger for quite some time. And unfortunately, another chance for snow comes in for Wednesday. This will come in during the day, some to the south, leaving. See some freezing rain are high tomorrow on Leon's up at all. The eight from years of your weather station on nine first warning. Meteorologist Jennifer Catch Mark news radio 700 wlw radar showing a cloudy sky in the Tri state. Our current temperature is 30 degrees Monday night's snowfall causing problems for those who were out.
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"With a debate about whether it's constitutional to try an ex president. Trump is charged with inciting violence against the U. S at the Capitol last month. President can't inflame insurrection in their final weeks And then walk away. Nothing happened. Yeah, Colorado Democratic Congressman Jonah Goose is one of the impeachment managers. If the Senate votes to proceed today that each side of the case will have 16 hours to present an argument, Trump's lawyers say he was just exercising his right to free speech. The Pentagon says the cost of the National Guard deployment in Washington, D. C is approaching nearly half a billion dollars. The troops were first sent in on January 6 when the U. S Capitol was broken into they were kept around for the inauguration and are expected to stay on for security until mid March. The Pentagon's estimated price tag It's $483 million. Federal judge has some questions about homelessness for L, A city and county leaders. Judge David Carter included five new questions in an order following a days long hearing on Skid Row. Carter wants to know if there's been a deliberate indifference to the plight of people living on the street, especially women and people dealing with mental illness. Carter also wants to know if there were policies or actions that led to Skid Row, becoming a gathering place for racial minorities. Under wants answers backed by next week, and he wants to know if bond money approved by voters in 2016 can be pulled back from projects in the planning stage and instead be used to set up a media housing for people living on the streets. Chris and Carl. Okay if I news The head of the Burbank School district, says he hopes students will be able to return for traditional instruction in the fall. But Matt he'll also told him calmly junior. If the numbers get better. Some students may be able to go back to campus for a little while in the spring. The morning instruction which is online, we're going to keep that for the rest of the school year after noon is when kids are doing what we call a synchronous. We're doing work by themselves. We bring back the kids that are struggling with that to get help. Hill says. The in person afternoons may also include time for special education, athletics and other activities. Catalina Island is re opening shops, camping and most other tourist activities. After months of pandemic, opening and closing love, Catalina Island CEO Jim Lewd, Johan says the island will likely only reach 40% capacity. But reservations are good idea. One of the impacts of the additional social distancing is very strict schedules and time between passenger Rival. We want to make sure that everyone has a great time but does it safely by booking in advance loot? Johan says. The city reapproved dining on the beach, which beats outdoor dining in a parking lot on the mainland, he says golfing, canoeing, camping and many other activities have also resumed, Officials say. Five people have been shot at a health clinic northwest of Minneapolis is theologian, a clinic in Buffalo about 40 miles northwest of Minneapolis. One person has been taken into custody. Hacker has nearly succeeded in poisoning the water treatment plants water supply in Florida, The Pinellas County sheriff says the person significantly increased the amount of sodium hydroxide levels in the water. Water systems, like other public utility.
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"Heart radio at Fox 31 pinpoint whether mostly cloudy today the high is going to be in the low thirties warming tomorrow to the low forties. Right now. We have 18 degrees A DEA chili. The second impeachment trial of Donald Trump has started Democrat House managers get to go First House managers they're laying out their case to show the trial is constitutional. Colorado has to house managers on the case. Congresswoman Diana to get and Congressman Jonah Goose. No goose laying out the Democrats case to have the trial. President Trump was not impeached. For run of the mill corruption. Misconduct. He was impeached. For inciting a violent insurrection. Insurrection where people died. In this building because said if Congress does not hold the trial, it would invite future presidents to use their power without any fear of accountability. Trump's team argues, cannot be tried in an impeachment case because he is no longer president. Colorado's covert case numbers are dropping drastically over the weekend, 32 counties moved down to yellow level restrictions and covert numbers are dialing down as well. State health officials reported 721 new cases of covert 19 Yesterday two weeks ago, there were nearly 1200. The number of people hospitalized is 535 down from 706 2 weeks ago. The only thing Colorado isn't doing well. Compared to other states is vaccines. We were ranked in the top 10 of the state's population that's been vaccinated. We've fallen now to 25th and are under the national average Chuck Clark a way NewsRadio Postal Service is saying an 11% jump in revenue for the quarter that ended Christmas and included it. A market watch reporting that the postal Services revenue surge comes after a record 1.1 billion packages were delivered as many Americans chose to male holiday gifts rather than deliver them personally. Powder house or celebrating with all the recent mountain snow and more is on the way. Starting today, getting some lights, though maybe over the high mountain passes amounts have been pretty much on the light side. But we do have advisories that will be in effect through tomorrow morning. Not interesting with the National Weather Service says the Steamboat Springs area could get a foot of snow. Wall Street's mixed with the Dow Industrial's up 30 points the S and P 500 losing one. The NASDAQ is up 20 to our next news. Updates at 12 30. I'm Susan Witkin on K O A news radio A 50 A M and 94 1 FM. Here's something gross to think about. Dirt, dust, dander and allergens. All trapped inside your home deep in your carpet fibers turned to the pros it zero red carpet. Cleaning. To get it all out. Their system is proven to remove more soil and bacteria than the other guys. Zero raises the on Lee. No residue carpet cleaner that works on carpet upholstery and tile to right now.
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"Argued Trump spent months laying the groundwork for the insurrection and that the writers were spurred on by his words that day. If you don't fight like hell, you're not gonna have a country anymore. But in a 78 page brief, Trump's defense team says that was a political speech protected by the First Amendment and other over 10,000 words spoken, Mr Trump used the word fight a little more than a handful of times, And he didn't mean it literally calling the trial and act of political theater, insisting Trump did not direct anyone to commit lawless actions. Today's proceedings consists of four hours of arguments over whether it's constitutional to try a former president. With continuing coverage. The impeachment trial. I'm Brian Clark ABC News. The proceedings do have a certain amount of Colorado flare Congressman Jonah Goose and Congressman dining together among the nine impeachment managers during Trump's first impeachment, congressman Jason Crowe played a similar role. The White House is launching a promotional blitz on the aggressive stimulus package that's being worked out in Congress, The president and his entire administration are continuing to engage closely with leaders on Capitol Hill about the need to act quickly on the American rescue plan. It covers nearly $2. Trillion in spending. Press Secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden will be very busy on a variety of fronts, pushing for passage of the relief bill. Democrats call it a rescue plan. Denver is making some changes to its group Living Ordinance. Members of the City Council gave the green light last night to a measure that would allow upto five unrelated people to live in a single home. Previously, that number was captain to supporters say it comes down to housing affordability and everyone should be able to live in the city. Others say could lead to the degradation of neighborhoods. The new ordinance would also allow halfway houses to operate under lighter restrictions. The measure is expected to be signed by Mayor Hancock sometime this week. Chad Hoffman K Away NewsRadio long weekend lift lines, drawing some concerns about the possible spread of covert 19 pictures from Steamboat from Saturday should people backed up for what appeared to be city blocks this man share with our partners and Fox 31. He had never seen anything like it. I think that line and I'm like this is kind of messed up for, like Local restaurants in our local businesses that have been like barely trying to survive. And yet there looks to be like a toilet paper line like when everything was off. The show was going up the hill since early November, there have been more than about 30 covert outbreaks, 19 outbreaks attributed to the ski resorts. Only four cases have involved patrons, but health experts believe those are hard to track and may be underestimated. With many Colorado counties moving toe level yellow on the state's covert dial. New figures show case numbers dropping Off significantly State health officials reporting just over 700 new cases yesterday. It's about half of where things were at two weeks ago. Hospitalizations are also down and seven day pot. The seven day positivity rate is just over. 4%, an animal activists attorney has been accused in a murder for hire plot. 43 year old Jennifer M. E, who also goes by Edwards. Interviewed her at her animal therapy ranch and Evergreen after she said someone shot one of our horses. Well, now we know she turned herself into authorities. Two weeks ago, her lawyer telling us that someone who worked for her at this ranch went to investigators. After something she allegedly said to him. Emmy is facing charges of solicitation for murder and retaliation against a witness or a victim. As well. A stalking Her bond is also unusual. It's that $3 million self pay, so in other words, she can't get the money from someone else, her lawyer admits. That means the charges are very serious. He tells Fox only once night that he has not seen all the evidence and wouldn't tell us who she's accused of trying to kill. But she says a nasty divorce battle between her husband's new relationship made her very angry. Raises. She's understandably upset when she finds out that you know, after sacrificing her body and three beautiful kids, their husband literally traded her in for a much younger girl. You know, I think under those circumstances, I don't think it's friends. Anybody that Jennifer, someone in that situation would be enraged. And we probably say things to friends and family that Although they wouldn't want to be made public. Her lawyer tells us that the informant recorded some of the conversations and he says when the informant asked if she was going to really go through with it, she said she would not do anything. Fox 30 one's cake and harsher reporting. An investigation continues after a suspected burglar was shot and killed in Commerce City by somebody who lives near the story in question. It happened in the 10,000 block of Belle Creek Boulevard. Let's get more now from Fox to be one's for centering us. One of the suspected burglars was shot. He was in a car half a block from the store word. Crashed in this several other vehicles. Ah, bullet hole on the roof. Police say Williams shoot, turned himself in, saying he shot the suspected burglar. The 20 year old who lives nearby was arrested for suspicion of murder. The burglary was that the Herath Foods market Boulder County authorities suspending the ground search for an overdue hiker crews had been looking for a VAT is Josh Hall, who was last known to be in the hasty trailhead area last Wednesday. Sheriff's office says the decision was made to call off the search yesterday. After no sign of the man. Things will pick up when new information services or the snow melts. Chopper search of the area was grounded yesterday due to those high winds and one of the strangest events of the.
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"Has ruled out using the 25th amendment to remove President Trump and his urging Congress to focus on the Biden transition and to avoid impeachment. In a letter tonight to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Pence says the mechanism should not be used as a means of punishment and should be reserved for cases of medical or mental incapacitation. Michigan Republican Congressman Fred Upton tonight becomes the fourth GOP House member who says you will vote to impeach the president? A spokesman for the lawmaker confirms it this Congress, Congress members are angry with the president over what they call his incitement of the attack on the capital by his supporters nearly a week ago. As we mentioned. The House tonight is debating legislation involving the 25th amendment that calls for President Trump to be removed from office ahead of a vote tomorrow on impeachment on top Republicans now plan to vote for impeachment as we mentioned, we've got four of them wt Opie's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill with the case of one prominent Houseman, Pennsylvania Democrat Mary Kay Scanlan says the 25th amendment needs to be invoked immediately given President Trump's speech to supporters who ransacked the capital beat one police officer to death. Hazed others and tried to shoot one with his own gun. But Arizona Republican Debbie Lesko says Vice President Mike Pence should be trusted to make his own decision on the 25th amendment and whether the president's term should be cut short. The very demand they're making insinuates that the vice president Pence cannot be trusted the House votes on Wednesday on impeachment and the third ranking Republican in the House. Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney says she will vote for impeachment. Also, the New York Times reports. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has told associates he thinks the president has committed an impeachable offense on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T. O P New for the second time in a little more than a year, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has named impeachment managers against President Trump. The lead manager is Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin. Others are Colorado Congressman Diana to get There's Rhode Island's Dave Sicilian E. Those Texas congressman Joaquin Castro, California's Eric Swalwell, a frequent target of conservatives, along with California's Ted Lieu. Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett of the U. S. Virgin Islands. There's also Colorado Congressman Jonah Goose and Pennsylvania Congresswoman Madeline Dean. President Trump again today suggested the impeachment push is dangerous. He spoke in Alamo, Texas, impeachment hoax is a continuation of the greatest and most vicious witch hunt. In the history of our country. That is causing tremendous anger and division and pain far greater than most people will ever understand. President was visiting the Rio Grande Valley near the US Mexico border to mark the 450th mile of the border wall his administration has been building. He also took no responsibility for his part in fomenting a violent insurrection at the U. S Capitol last week, despite his comments, encouraging supporters to March on the Capitol and prays for them while they were still carrying out the assault. The president says. People thought what I said was totally appropriate. That's a quote. Six House Republicans have introduced a resolution to censure President Trump over his role in stoking last week's violent riots. The Hill reports. The group is led by Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania. They argue a centuries the most effective way to punish the president. They argued that the current impeachment push Is likely going to result of the president's acquittal in the Senate and could further divide significantly fractured nation. The FBI and U S Attorney's office here in D. C. Say they're just getting started charging and prosecuting potentially hundreds of people in the capital mob attack. They're looking at what they call significant sedition and conspiracy charges that could land some people in prison for more than 20 years. W T O P National security correspondent J. J Green has the summary of what was said in a news conference here in Washington. The FBI and DOJ say 160 cases have been opened in six days. 100,000 pieces of digital media are Being scoured for any clues. Ah Strike force has been set up to investigate what happened in the capital and whether members of the media were targeted by the rioters. More than 70 people have been charged so far. They expect that number to grow into the hundreds. Sedition and conspiracy are among the charges expected. They say Getting to the bottom of this is going to take a while and they're in it. For the long haul, meaning many months. JJ Green w T O P News, the Joint Chiefs of Staff has put out a military wide memo condemning the capital riot. The military's top generals are also confirming Joe Biden will become the nation's 46 commander in chief. January 20th. The joint chiefs, right, We support and defend the Constitution. Any act to disrupt the constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values an oath. It is against the law. Prince George's County police officers suspended tonight. Department leaders say he was wearing a political T shirt while also showing his badge and gun. The officer is not being named Prince George's County Police also say at this time, there is no sign any of their officers. Was part of the capital riot nearly a week ago. Still ahead. 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"Live everywhere on the I Heart radio app blocks 31 pinpoint whether partly cloudy tonight with Low of 29 Tomorrow Partly cloudy high of 60 right now it's 39 our top story on K O A NEWS radio Vice President Mike Pence says he will not invoke the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from power. In a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Pence says the move would not be in the best interest of the nation. Ah house is voting on a measure urging Pence to take action following last week's deadly protest at the U. S. Capitol. Tomorrow, the house expected to take up the impeachment of President Trump, and at least three Republicans say they will vote to impeach his rally last Wednesday, The president went after House Republican Caucus chair Liz Cheney. We got to get rid of the week Congress, people, the ones that are in any good Listen, Cheney's of the world we got to get rid of that. Liz Cheney says Congress must get rid of Donald Trump, saying she'll vote yes on impeachment and insisting the president lit the flame for the attack on the Capitol and that he betrayed the Constitution and the field. ABC NEWS Washington House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has named the impeachment managers for the potential Senate impeachment trial of President Trump and two of the nine are from Colorado. Congressman Jonah Goose and Congresswoman Diana to get Denver is bracing for possible protests in the days leading up to President elect Joe Biden's inauguration, Mayor Michael Hancock tells KOMO news radio. The city's law enforcement has already begun consulting with federal authorities were gonna be prepared to make sure That what we saw NBC, destruction of property and injury of people on necessarily injuring people will not happen here in Denver, the FBI has sent out a warning about protests planned for all 50 state capitals around the country. Colorado has the ability to vaccinate more people, but what it needs is a supply of doses to make that happen. Governor Pulis says the infrastructure is in place to vaccinate people ages, 70 and up. We today last week where we administered 27,000 doses in Colorado. In one day, the governor says That means Colorado could vaccinate 140,000 people in a week. But the problem is the state is only getting 70,000 doses of vaccine each week. I'm Chad Bauer on K O a news radio 8:50 A.m. and.