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"corin boyer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:17 min | 3 weeks ago

"corin boyer" Discussed on KCRW

"News on Corvin Coleman. There were peaceful protests in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center yesterday over the police killing of a black man during a traffic stop last weekend. But after a nighttime curfew was called more protestors clashed with police from Minnesota Public Radio Matt Sepik reports at least 40 people were arrested. Police fired flash bang grenades and tear gas is people protesting the killing of 20 year old Dante, right during a traffic stop shot fireworks at officers guarding the police station. Looters broke into several businesses in a strip mall and set fire to a dollar store. Police chief Tim Gannon says Officer Kim Potter meant to use her Taser but shot her gun instead. Mats epic reporting. The unrest over rights killing by police comes as the nearby trial resumes today of the ex Minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of George Floyd. Prosecutors are expected to rest their case today. Defense lawyers for former officer Derrick Show Vin are expected to open theirs. MPR's count more than 400. People are now facing criminal charges stemming from the attack on the U. S. Capitol building in January. NPR's Tom Dreisbach reports, the FBI is still seeking the public's help in identifying suspects. NPR has been tracking every criminal case connected to the capital riot. Many of those 400 cases relates simply tow a person's presence inside the building, such as disorderly conduct or unlawful entry. Then there are the more serious charges. Least 60 cases involves some kind of physical violence, such as assault on law enforcement, and more than two dozen defendants face allegations of conspiracy. But even now, more than three months after the riot More charges are expected. The Capitol police have estimated that 800 people breached the building on that day, and the FBI is still looking for one important suspect the person who allegedly placed pipe bombs outside the Democratic and Republican Party headquarters the night before. Tom Dreisbach. NPR NEWS. Iran's foreign minister says Israel made a very bad gamble with the attack on the tones nuclear plant, NPR's Peter Kenyon reports calls are growing for Iran to respond to the attack. There's been no claim of responsibility for the Natanz attack, but Iran is convinced Israel was behind it. Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called it a bad gamble because Iran will replace the old damage inter fusions with new, more advanced models. As for retaliation analyst alibi is that the international crisis group Says that could be tricky. The kind of Iranian retaliation that would act as deterrence against future attacks of this kind is a no operation on Israeli soil on that would be extremely dangerous and risks escalation that could easily spiral out of control. There are also calls for Iran to further reduce cooperation with U. N inspectors. Peter Kenyon. NPR NEWS Istanbul, You're listening to NPR news. The Japanese government says it's going to pour out tons of treated but still radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean. It's from the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant. Japan says it will comply with all safety standards and that the process will take decades. Local fishermen, environmental groups and officials from China and South Korea strongly object. Water from the wrecked plant has been accumulating and storage tanks will be filled by next year. Over the past week, Kentucky has vaccinated thousands of incarcerated people against Copan 19 from member station W E K U Corin Boyer says Kentucky has reported its highest positivity rate in a month. Kentucky Department of Corrections inoculated 68% of the state's prison population within a week. Positive cases in jails have dropped significantly over the past month. Executive Cabinet Secretary Jay Michael Brown says people who are incarcerated received the one dose Johnson and Johnson covered 19 vaccination, and that was very deliberate because we didn't want to have to be in a situation of having to go back and do Second doses on what might be a transit population. Kentucky officials urged the public to sign up for the thousands of vaccination appointments open across the state after the state's positivity rate increased for NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer and Lexington President Biden has nominated his candidate to serve as secretary of the Army. If confirmed by the Senate, Christine Warm up would be the first woman to serve in the position. She was the number three official at the Pentagon during the Obama administration were meth has also served on the White House National Security Council. This is NPR. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Rocket mortgage, working to help home buyers find a home loan that fits their budget. Homebuyers can adjust payments, see tax estimates and closing costs all in real time. Rocket mortgage rocket can Donald Trump drew more working class voters to the GOP than any other president since Ronald Reagan. Coming up Republicans aimed to hold on to the working class vote, which is becoming a central focus for next year's midterm.

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"corin boyer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"corin boyer" Discussed on KCRW

"Exists in the black community In that environment is real. It's serious, and it's consequential, but it doesn't. We're not justify violence and or looting. The officer is on administrative leave pending an investigation by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Aisha Roscoe NPR news The White House A curfew is in effect there this evening. Within three months after the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol, Congressional lawmakers say they're still trying to figure out how to move ahead and prevent future attacks. Top priority is deciding what to do with the Black fence that surrounded the capital since the incident. Other focuses. The Capitol police were badly outnumbered that day. The House Administration Committee, which oversees the Capitol, police, is holding a hearing Thursday to examine it. Internal agency report looking at mistakes that were made For the past week, Kentucky is vaccinated thousands of incarcerated people against covert 19 Korean border of member station W. E K U Reports announcement comes after the state reported its highest positivity rate in a month. The Kentucky Department of Corrections inoculated 68% of the state's prison population within a week. Positive cases in jails have dropped significantly over the past month. Executive Cabinet Secretary Jay Michael Brown says people who are incarcerated received the one dose Johnson and Johnson covert 19 vaccination and that was very deliberate because we didn't want to have to be in a situation of having to go back and do Second doses on what might be a transit population. Kentucky officials urged the public to sign up for the thousands of vaccination appointments open across the state after the state's positivity rate increased for NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer and Lexington. The Biden administration says it's reached a deal with the trio of Central American nations to temporarily surged troop to their borders in an effort to reduce the tide of illegal immigration at the U. S southern border. White House press secretary Jen Psaki announcing Mexico will maintain a deployment of about 10,000 troops. While Guatemala has sent 1500 police and military personnel to its border on Doris has deployed 7000 police and military White House officials as Guatemala and Honduras are deploying troops temporarily in response to a large chairman of migrants has been organized. At the end of the month. On Wall Street, the Dow dropped 55 points. The NASDAQ fell 50 points. This is NPR and this is KCRW on a Monday, April, the 12th and Larry Perella. Here's what's happening at 604. Some local movie theaters now the latest victims of the fall out from the Corona virus pandemic. The chain behind are quite cinemas and Pacific theaters say they won't be reopening any of their locations after being closed for more than a year. That's even as movie theaters are allowed to open up in L. A counting. Classic locations that will no longer welcome. Audiences include the Cinerama Dome in Hollywood and deadline. Reports that feeder, one of the highest grossing movie theaters in the nation's for their closure could be a bad sign for the movie industry's recovery. The statement. The chain says they're shutdown was not the outcome anyone wanted, but they have no viable way to move forward. One effort is underway to stop the plan closure of a parochial school in San Fernando State Fernet Ferdinand Catholic School is one of six elementary schools in the archdiocese that are scheduled to close in June because of dropping enrollment school has been open for more than 90 years. Parents and students rallied at the school yesterday to pressure church officials to reconsider that decision. Current Gina Franco was one of the organizers. She told Katie L. A five that knowing they'll have to switch schools has been a blow for students have already been disrupted with the pandemic emotionally and just starting to come back. They find out two weeks into school year that the school's closing, so that's another, their emotional hit for our kids. The archdiocese says that ST Ferdinand was struggling even before the pandemic and Seen more than a 40% drop in enrollment in the last year. Officials say the school is losing 350,000 bucks a year. Franco says she hopes families could be persuaded to come back now that school is returning to in person learning. We like to bring a lot of kids back and a lot of parents to enroll their kids here and give us the opportunity to raise the funds we need to raise. Other schools on the closure list or assumption in Boyle Heights, Blessed Sacrament and Hollywood, ST Catherine of Sienna and received a Saint Francis of Assisi and Silver Lincoln State Madeleine in Pomona. With vaccination rates increasing in the promise of California's economy reopening this summer. Does that mean you consume? Get rid of those masks? You've gotten Lee Riley, professor of Epidemiology U C. Berkeley says Not so fast. Oh, I think this is something that's not going to go away. I think we're gonna have a situation with this virus is always gonna be circulating. So during certain seasons, people are gonna have to continue to wear masks. Really says it would be a cultural adjustment for Americans to periodically where masks throughout the year. Support for NPR come from the Wallace Foundation, working to develop and share practices that can improve learning and enrichment for young people and the vitality of the arts. For everyone, ideas and information of Wallace foundation dot orcs six minutes past the hour. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. It is the 11th day of testimony in the murder trial of Derrick Show Vin. He is the former police officer accused of killing George Floyd. The city is on edge after another black man, 20 year old Dante, right, was fatally shot by police in a suburb of Minneapolis, the night of protests and unrest, which Included looting, damage. Property and tear gas cast a shadow over the proceedings today, just as George Floyd's brother took the stand, NPR's Leila Fadel is in Minneapolis and joins us now Haley left. Heil. So, So.

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"corin boyer" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

03:24 min | 3 weeks ago

"corin boyer" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"That the anger, pain and trauma that exists in the black community In that environment is real. It's serious, and it's consequential, but it doesn't will not justify violence and or looting. The officer is on administrative leave pending an investigation by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Aisha Roscoe NPR news The White House A curfew is in effect there this evening. Within three months after the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol, Congressional lawmakers say they're still trying to figure out how to move ahead and prevent future attacks. Top priority is deciding what to do with the Black fence that surrounded the capital since the incident. Other focuses. The Capitol police were badly outnumbered that day. The House Administration Committee, which oversees the Capitol, police, is holding a hearing Thursday to examine an internal agency report looking at mistakes that were made. For the past week, Kentucky is vaccinated thousands of incarcerated people against covert 19 Korean border of member station W. E K U Reports announcement comes after the state reported its highest positivity rate in a month. The Kentucky Department of Corrections inoculated 68% of the state's prison population within a week. Positive cases in jails have dropped significantly over the past month. Executive Cabinet Secretary Jay Michael Brown says people who are incarcerated received the one dose Johnson and Johnson covert 19 vaccination and that was very deliberate because we didn't want to have to be in a situation of having to go back and do Second doses on what might be a transit population. Kentucky officials urged the public to sign up for the thousands of vaccination appointments open across the state after the state's positivity rate increased for NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer and Lexington. The Bind administration says it's reached a deal with the trio of Central American nations to temporarily surged troop to their borders. An effort to reduce the tide of illegal immigration at the U. S. Southern border. White House press secretary Jen Psaki announcing Mexico will maintain a deployment of about 10,000 troops, while Guatemala has sent 1500 police and military personnel to its border. Endorses the 0.7000 police and military. White House officials as Guatemala and Honduras are deploying troops temporarily in response to a large chairman of migrants has been organized at the end of the month. On Wall Street. The Dow dropped 55 points. The NASDAQ fell 50 points. This is NPR. Wondering guys crime unit of the French police is opening the investigation and the kidnapping of a French priest and none in Haiti. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports that you were part of a group of seven religious figures taken hostage by a gang near the Haitian capital. The clergy were taken hostage near Puerto prints Sunday as they were on their way to a ceremony for a new parish priest. The kidnappers have demanded a million dollar ransom from the Catholic Church. The 67 year old French priest has been in Haiti 30 years and was known as the father of the Poor. 79 year old nun spent 25 years in Honduras before coming to Haiti two years ago. She helped families with Children. Gang kidnappings have been on the rise in Haiti. Ah, politically unstable former French colony that is stricken by violence and poverty. Eleanor Beardsley, NPR News Paris and Helen Comedy Uber is offering sign up bonuses and other incentives as it looks to add drivers have been an uptick in demand for rides and for meal deliveries..

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"corin boyer" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:24 min | 3 weeks ago

"corin boyer" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"The anger, pain and trauma that exists in the black community In that environment is real. It's serious, and it's consequential, but it doesn't will not justify violence and or looting. The officer is on administrative leave pending an investigation by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Aisha Roscoe NPR news The White House A curfew is in effect there this evening. One in three months after the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol. Congressional lawmakers say they're still trying to figure out how to move ahead and prevent future attacks. Top priority is deciding what to do with the Black fans that surrounded the capital since the incident. Other focuses. The Capitol police were badly outnumbered that day. The House Administration Committee, which oversees the Capitol, police, is holding a hearing Thursday to examine an internal agency report looking at mistakes that were made. For the past week, Kentucky is vaccinated thousands of incarcerated people against covert 19 current border of member station. W. E. K U Reports announcement comes after the state reported its highest positivity rate in a month, the Kentucky Department of Corrections inoculated 68% of the state's prison population within a week. Positive cases in jails have dropped significantly over the past month. Executive Cabinet Secretary Jay Michael Brown says people who are incarcerated received the one dose Johnson and Johnson covered 19 vaccination, and that was very deliberate because we didn't want to have to be in a situation of having to go back and do Second doses on what might be a transit population. Kentucky officials urged the public to sign up for the thousands of vaccination appointments open across the state after the state's positivity rate increased for NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer and Lexington, the by the administration says it's reached a deal with the trio of Central American nations to temporarily surged troop to their borders. An effort to reduce the tide of illegal immigration at the U. S. Southern border. White House press secretary Jen Psaki announcing Mexico will maintain a deployment of about 10,000 troops, while Guatemala has sent 1500 police and military personnel to its border. Endorses the 0.7000 police and military White House officials has Guatemala and endorse are deploying troops temporarily in response to a large chairman of migrants has been organized at the end of the month. On Wall Street. The Dow dropped 55 points. The NASDAQ fell 50 points. This is NPR. Ordering guys crime unit of the French police is opening investigation and the kidnapping of a French priest and none in Haiti. NPR's owner, Beardsley reports that you were part of a group of seven religious figures taken hostage by a gang near the Haitian capital. The clergy were taken hostage near Port O Prince Sunday as they were on their way to a ceremony for a new parish priest. Kidnappers have demanded a million dollar ransom from the Catholic Church. The 67 year old French priest has been in Haiti 30 years and was known as the father of the Poor. The 79 year old nun spent 25 years in Honduras before coming to Haiti two years ago. She helped families with Children. Gang kidnappings have been on the rise in Haiti. Ah, politically unstable former French colony that is stricken by violence and poverty. Eleanor Beardsley, NPR News Paris and Helen Comedy Uber is offering sign up bonuses and other incentives as it looks to have drivers have been an uptick in demand for rides and for meal deliveries. Which soared during the past year,.

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"corin boyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"corin boyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Be peaceful. But we do know that the anger, pain and trauma that exists in the black community In that environment is real. It's serious, and it's consequential, but it says it will not justify violence and or looting. The officer is on administrative leave pending an investigation by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Aisha Roscoe NPR news The White House A curfew is in effect there this evening. One in three months after the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol. Congressional lawmakers say they're still trying to figure out how to move ahead and prevent future attacks. Top priority is deciding what to do with the Black fence that surrounded the capital since the incident. Other focuses. The Capitol police were badly outnumbered that day. The House Administration Committee, which oversees the Capitol, police, is holding a hearing Thursday to examine it. Internal agency report looking at mistakes that were made For the past week, Kentucky is vaccinated thousands of incarcerated people against covert 19 Korean border of member station W E Que reports announcement comes after the state reported its highest positivity rate in a month, the Kentucky Department of Corrections inoculated 68% of the state's prison population within a week. Positive cases in jails have dropped significantly over the past month. Executive Cabinet Secretary Jay Michael Brown says people who are incarcerated received the one dose Johnson and Johnson covert 19 vaccination and that was very deliberate because we didn't want to have to be in a situation of having to go back and do Second doses on what might be a transit population. Kentucky officials urged the public to sign up for the thousands of vaccination appointments open across the state after the state's positivity rate increased for NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer and Lexington, the by the administration says it's reached a deal with the trio of Central American nations to temporarily surged troop to their borders. An effort to reduce the tide of illegal immigration at the U. S. Southern border. White House press secretary Jen Psaki announcing Mexico will maintain employment of about 10,000 troops, while Guatemala has sent 1500 police and military personnel to its border. Endorses deployed 7000 police and military White House officials as Guatemala and Honduras are deploying troops temporarily in response to a large chairman of migrants has been organized at the end of the month. On Wall Street. The Dow dropped 55 points. The NASDAQ fell 50 points. This is NPR. Live from KQED news. I'm keep Wolf. Starting today. Families who've lost loved ones to covert 19 can apply to the federal government to get reimbursed for funeral expenses, which can add up to thousands of dollars Cake. Rudy's fatigue, a javelin Romero reports, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, is now offering assistance of up to $9000 per funeral related to Cove..

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"corin boyer" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"corin boyer" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Pain and trauma that exist in the black community In that environment is real. It's serious, and it's consequential, but it doesn't. We're not justify violence and or looting. The officer is on administrative leave pending an investigation by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Aisha Roscoe NPR news The White House curfew is in effect there this evening. More than three months after the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol. Congressional lawmakers say they're still trying to figure out how to move ahead and prevent future attacks. Top priority is deciding what to do with the Black fence that surrounded the capital since the incident. Another focuses the Capitol police were badly outnumbered that day. The House Administration Committee, which oversees the Capitol, police, is holding a hearing Thursday to examine an internal agency report looking at mistakes that were made. For the past week, Kentucky is vaccinated thousands of incarcerated people against covert 19 current border of member station. W. E. K U Reports announcement comes after the state reported its highest positivity rate in a month. The Kentucky Department of Corrections inoculated 68% of the state's prison population within a week. Positive cases in jails have dropped significantly over the past month. Executive Cabinet Secretary Jay Michael Brown says people who are incarcerated received the one dose Johnson and Johnson covered 19 vaccination, and that was very deliberate because we didn't want to have to be in a situation of having to go back and do Second doses on what might be a transit population. Kentucky officials urged the public to sign up for the thousands of vaccination appointments open across the state after the state's positivity rate increased for NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer and Lexington. The Biden administration says it's reached a deal with the trio of Central American nations to temporarily surged troop to their borders. An effort to reduce the tide of illegal immigration at the U. S. Southern border. White House press secretary Jen Psaki announcing Mexico will maintain a deployment of about 10,000 troops, while Guatemala has sent 1500 police and military personnel to its border. Endorses deployed 7000 police and military White House officials as Guatemala and Honduras are deploying troops temporarily in response to a large caravan of migrants has been organized at the end of the month. On Wall Street. The Dow dropped 55 points. The NASDAQ fell 50 points. This is NPR. Support for NPR comes.

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"corin boyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 2 months ago

"corin boyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Equipment echoes down the small mountain towns Main Street a few days ago, 6 Ft of water gushed through downtown. Local and state officials have called the flooding historic. Despite being just a few blocks from the river. Some businesses will rebuild, but the resiliency won't help everyone recover immediately. Beatty Bill Mayor Scott Jackson says his biggest concern is for renters who lived in mobile homes on not pop. For the moment it I won't try to court And she owns five trailers. And she said she was gonna replace him. She didn't think. After touring the town and surrounding areas by helicopter, Kentucky governor Andy Beshear said Getting federal help will take time. All in all it takes about 30 days, but we're gonna have FEMA on the ground here on Monday, they were gonna be here for the ice and the snow storm, and now they're gonna be able to see this flooding damage. Firsthand. After the Federal Emergency Management Agency or FEMA surveys damage the president must declare a disaster before federal money is available. Michael Dawson is the director of the division of emergency management on individual that's renting a residence. There obviously is no recovery for repairs, but they may recover or personal items. That are running due to fight. In the meantime, one couple is waiting in their front yard. Unable to stay in their mobile home where they've lived for five years, Karina Hall and her husband live around the corner from downtown Baby Bill. Floodwaters reached the couple's roof crushes me, love. We lost everything. We have everything. Water entered the couple's home so quickly they had to be rescued by boat. The floods emerged both of their cars They haven't heard from their landlord. Hall says she plans to apply for FEMA aid around the corner as private disaster cleanup crews worked downtown. No one has checked on the couple or the two neighboring homes that were also flooded halls husband Danny Spencer if we beat down large bank And defeat you know from the local paper, But I know I can still not Holland Spencer are waiting to hear back from the Red Cross, hoping they'll soon have a temporary place to stay. The couple's home is one of an estimated few 100 destroyed by the floods. For NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer. Vaccination programs work best when as many people as possible get vaccinated, But Latinos in the United States are getting inoculated at lower rates, or.

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"corin boyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 2 months ago

"corin boyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Small mountain towns Main Street. A few days ago, 6 Ft of Water gushed through downtown. Local and state officials have called the flooding historic. Despite being just a few blocks from the river. Some businesses will rebuild, but the resiliency won't help everyone recover immediately. Baby Bill Mayor Scott Jackson says his biggest concern is for renters who lived in mobile homes on guy popped with moment it I won't try to port And she owns five trailers, and she said that she'd been going to replace him. She didn't think. After touring the town and surrounding areas by helicopter, Kentucky governor Andy Beshear said. Getting federal help will take time. All in all it takes about 30 days, but we're gonna have FEMA on the ground here on Monday. We're gonna be here for the ice and the snow storm, and now they're gonna be able to see this flooding damage firsthand. After the Federal Emergency Management Agency or FEMA surveys damage, the president must declare a disaster. Four federal money is available. Michael Dawson is the director of the division of emergency management on individual that's renting a residence. There obviously is no recovery for repairs, but they may recover for personal items. That are running due to fight. In the meantime, one couple is waiting in their front yard. Unable to stay in their mobile home where they've lived for five years, Karina Hall and her husband live around the corner from downtown Baby Bill. Floodwaters reach to the couple's roof crushes me love. We lost everything. We have everything. Water entered the couple's home so quickly they had to be rescued by boat. The floods emerged both of their cars They haven't heard from their landlord. Hall says she plans to apply for FEMA aid around the corner as private disaster cleanup crews worked downtown. No one has checked on the couple or the two neighboring homes that were also flooded halls husband Danny Spencer if Wade beat down bank And defeat you know from the local paper, But I'm gonna buy you can after martyr pollen. Spencer are waiting to hear back from the Red Cross, hoping they'll soon have a temporary place to stay. The couple's home is one of an estimated few 100 destroyed by the floods. For NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer. Vaccination programs work best when as many people as possible get vaccinated, But Latinos in the United States are getting inoculated at lower rates,.

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"corin boyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:02 min | 2 months ago

"corin boyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now the news is first. Life from NPR News. I'm Laxmi saying more than 100 million people from the southern Plains to the East Coast or under some form of a winter advisory. This hour, the National Weather Service projecting Maura heavy snow and dangerous ice conditions. Forecast that the Arctic Air Mass will begin to loosen its grip over the Heartland. But frigid temperatures will continue. Parts of east Texas in neighboring states are projected to receive ice accumulations of according to half an inch by tonight. At least three million homes and businesses in Texas are braving a third day of no heat as power grids in Texas and other states imposed rolling blackouts to deal with the extreme energy demand. Korean boy of member station W. E. K. He reports tens of thousands of people in Kentucky are still without power. Governor Andy Bashir says eastern Kentucky's electrical power infrastructure has been damaged for some power is expected to be restored by the end of the week. But Bashir says others will be waiting even longer for the lights to come on. The storm has hit us in terms of power to people's homes in a really significant way harder than expected, state officials say. Households can expect power to go on and off as repairs are made. I'll travel is being strongly discouraged. At least three people in the state have died as a result of the storms for NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer in Lexington, Kentucky. Rush Limbaugh, one of the most provocative and influential figures of conservative media, has died. The talk show host was 70 years old. His wife, Kathryn Rodgers, informed Limbaugh's listeners during her husband's radio show today on Use talk 12 90. It is with profound sadness. I must share with you directly. That our beloved rush My wonderful husband. Passed away this morning. Due to complications from lung cancer. Shortly after the public learned of Limbaugh's diagnosis in early 2020, then President Donald Trump presented Limbaugh with the presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest U. S civilian honor. A new poll shows a majority of Americans support restoring the U. S refugee program, President Biden announced earlier this month. MPR's Deborah Amos reports, some of the strongest support comes from religious Americans and African Americans. The poll found support is related to party affiliation. Liberals at 93% moderates at 57 conservatives at 24%. The poll was conducted by YouGov and more in common, an international organization that researches polarize societies. The most striking finding in the poll support rises in all groups when linked to direct involvement with refugees. Sponsoring a family through a local group or church organization, makes the program more popular among liberals and less unpopular among conservatives. Deborah Amos NPR news The Dow is up 87 points at last check. This is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan, Berkeley's youngest public school students could start returning to in person learning as soon as March, 29th. That's after the city and the Berkeley Unified School District announced a plan to vaccinate teacher's late last night. The deal is backed by the Berkeley Federation of Teachers. It calls for preschool teachers and other staff to begin receiving vaccinations next week if enough vaccine is available. The district says all teachers and staff should be able to sign up for vaccination by March 8th that would allow middle and high school students to gradually return to in person classes throughout April. A local fishing group is suing Chevron over an oil spill that spread miles from the Richmond refinery. Worf last week, the San Francisco Hearing Association has filed a class action lawsuit. Saying This bill hurt one of the base best herring spawning grounds and will damage hearing stock and fishermen for a long time. Attorney Stuart Gross says. That's because refined petroleum is toxic to herring, and it causes acute mortality in herring, eggs and larva as well as Long term reductions in viability of those parents. We also know that when you oil habitat area spawning area of hearing They don't go back to it. The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages for fishermen and funding to mitigate the spill's impact. A Chevron representative says the company is aware of the suit and we'll evaluate it after it receives it. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan KQED NEWS. Have a good afternoon. Support for NPR comes from Fidelity Wealth management, helping clients develop investing strategies for tax efficiency. More fidelity dot com slash wealth Investment Minimum Supply Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC and by the listeners and members of KQED. Heading into the afternoon. Mostly sunny for Sacramento today about 64 Today's high in the city. Clear skies tonight Lows in the Valley, 32 to 42 Morning cloudiness than mostly cloudy tomorrow around the Sacramento Valley. It's not the same forecast for the Bay Area. More sunshine today until this evening, upper fifties to the mid sixties. The highs turning partly cloudy tonight and overnight. Lows in the thirties to the mid forties. Mostly cloudy tomorrow with a chance of rain in the afternoon mainly in the North Bay. From NPR and W bur. I'm Tanya mostly, and I'm Peter O'Dowd. This is here and now in Texas Today, the electrical grid is still groaning under the weight of treacherous winter weather. Millions of people in Texas spent last night in the dark and in the cold. Doctors are worried that Mork could suffer from hypothermia if the power outages continue, and now it's not just Texas. More than a dozen other states are bracing for rolling blackouts to help preserve the weakened grid..

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"corin boyer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:33 min | 2 months ago

"corin boyer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Accumulations of according to half an inch by tonight. At least three million homes and businesses in Texas are braving a third day of no heat as power grids in Texas and other states imposed rolling blackouts to deal with the extreme energy demand. Corin Boyer conversation. W E K U reports tens of thousands of people in Kentucky are still without power. Governor Andy Bashir says Eastern Kentucky's electrical power infrastructure has been damaged for some power is expected to be restored by the end of the week. But Bashir says others will be waiting even longer for the lights to come on. The storm has hit us. In terms of power to people's homes in a really significant way harder than expected, state officials say. Households can expect power to go on and off as repairs are made. All travel is being strongly discouraged. At least three people in the state have died as a result of the storms for NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer in Lexington, Kentucky. Rush Limbaugh, one of the most provocative and influential figures of conservative media, has died. The talk show host was 70 years old. His wife, Kathryn Rodgers, informed Limbaugh's listeners during her husband's radio show today on used talk 12 90. It is with profound sadness. I must share with you directly. That our beloved rush My wonderful husband. Passed away this morning. Due to complications from lung cancer. Shortly after the public learned of Limbaugh's diagnosis in early 2020, then President Donald Trump presented Limbaugh with the presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest U. S civilian honor. A new poll shows a majority of Americans support restoring the U. S refugee program, President Biden announced earlier this month. NPR's Deborah Amos reports, some of the strongest support comes from religious Americans and African Americans. The poll found support is related to party affiliation. Liberals at 93% moderates at 57 conservatives at 24%. The poll was conducted by YouGov and more in common, an international organization that researches polarize societies. The most striking finding in the poll. Support rises in all groups when linked to direct involvement with refugees. Sponsoring a family through a local group or church organization makes the program more popular among liberals and less unpopular among conservatives. Deborah Amos NPR news The Dow is up 87 points at last check. This is NPR. This is W When my C in New York I'm Shawn Carlson. Five of vaccination sites will be relocated. Once middle school students returned in person classes on February 25th. That's according to the city's health department. City officials are still finalizing the plans and Health Department spokesperson said they're doing their best to locate the new hubs near the original sites. All appointments will be honored at their new sights. But the vaccine seekers affected by the change have not been notified by the city yet. The states that will be moved or the sites that will be moved rather include Walton High School and at least Stavis in high School in the Bronx, Marta valet and what late secondary schools in Manhattan and George Westinghouse career and technical education in downtown Brooklyn. Here's what diners should look out for and what scientists are recommending. If you do eat indoors, along with keeping in your capacity under 25% table should be at least 6 ft. Apart. Staff are also supposed to take their customers temperature and contact information at the door. Mass wearing.

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02:49 min | 2 months ago

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"On whether to censure. Burr, the third term senator said five years ago, he would not run again in 2022 for NPR news. I'm Rusty Jacobs in Durham, North Carolina. Powerful Winter storm is bringing snow from Texas to main, Corrine Boyer of member Station W. K U reports Kentucky officials are asking people to stay off the roads for the next few days as the state braces for two storms this week. Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir says the additional winter storms will bring more snow ice and sleet across the state. At times, snowfall could accumulated 1 to 2 inches per hour. By Wednesday, three winter storms will have hit the state and one week Kentucky Transportation Secretary Jim Gray says snowfall will outpace the state's ability to plow roads. The National Weather Service is warning this morning that travel will become quote difficult to impossible because more power outages are expected. Bashir warned against the use of gas stoves as alternative heating sources, which can cause carbon monoxide poisoning. For NPR News. I'm Corin Boyer and Lexington, Kentucky. This is NPR support for NPR comes from C three c three dot Ai software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable business problems. Learn more at sea three dot ai KCRW sponsors include Netflix, presenting bank Now nominated for six Golden Globe awards, including best motion picture drama director David Fincher, actor Gary Oldman and supporting actress Amanda Sife, ret. Hey, it's an omelet. I hope you're able to unwind during this holiday weekend stating today for a special documentary program that we hear a case here. Delia Music really love it's called con of all Haitian rhythms and the music of New Orleans. His three hour special, examines and celebrates the origins, history and continued presence of Haitian culture in New Orleans. That's today at noon, right here on KCRW payin lit. Thanks for that great segue Way. Let's play music from that region Gems coming up from the hot eight brass band, Dr John, but first one of my favorites from 1975 M. It is morning becomes eclectic. Mm hmm. Uh, you don't get me.

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02:05 min | 3 months ago

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"Think that would be something positive for them to know that their leader would take the stand first and get the shot. So I wanted to do that for me. Black residents make up 14% of Lexington's population but have accounted for 21% of all covered 19 deaths. For NPR News. I'm Corin Boyer in Lexington. US. Consumer sentiment took an unexpected tumble this month of it growing pessimism about the economy among households with annual incomes below $75,000 a year. Even with the government poised, deliver another round of covert 19 Relief University of Michigan today reported its consumer sentiment index fell by nearly three points this month. On Wall Street today, stocks closed higher. The Dow was up 27 points. The NASDAQ Rose 69 points. The S and P 500 closed up 18 points today. You're listening to NPR. Live from KQED News. I'm terrorist. Siler. Asian American members of the California Legislature are speaking out against a rise in crimes targeting the Asian Pacific Islander Community cuties Katie Orr reports. The videos are hard to watch Elderly Asian Americans attacked unprovoked, resulting in injuries and death. Members of California's A P I legislative caucus spoke out today calling for the community to come together and help stop the violence. Assemblyman Evan Low is vice chair of the caucus. We will not just stand by As modern minorities and keep silence. We will speak out against this. You're angry. We are hurt. We want to be seen members of the caucus, A former President Donald Trump is partially to blame for the spike in violence following his racist descriptions of the Corona virus. Low says in the coming weeks, caucus members will take action in the Legislature to address the attacks in Sacramento. I'm Katie or KQED News. Thies Space two biggest transit agencies are offering free rides to people headed to and from Alameda County's huge new covert 19 vaccination site at the Oakland Coliseum..

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01:33 min | 3 months ago

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"In a few days. Ohio recorded roughly 3100 new covert cases on Thursday. Kentucky governor Andy Bashir has declared a state of emergency following a major winter storm. Rin Boyer of member Station W. E K U reports that state officials say the dangerous conditions will persist for some time. Governor Bashir has closed state offices. Regional Kroger covered 19 vaccination sites are also shut down on Wednesday and Thursday. The storm brought ice, sleet, freezing rain and snow across the state. All 120 Kentucky counties have reported power outages. Roadways remain hazardous. With reports of accidents down trees and power lines. Kentucky Transportation Secretary Jim Gray says ice accumulations will continue to cause issues over the next few days. So over the weekend, we may get more trouble spots. So even with no precipitation falling this bitter cold is going to keep the ice around. State officials say no injuries or fatalities have been reported for NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer in Lexington. In after hours trading. U. S futures are higher. This is NPR. Judge in Kenosha, Wisconsin, says he will not raise bail or issue an arrest warrant for Kyle written house Prosecutors argued that written house who's charged with killing two people and injuring a third during a protest over police brutality. Violated his bond by not notifying authorities that he had moved. Defense attorneys say their client has to keep his location a secret for his.

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KQED Radio

05:27 min | 3 months ago

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"Navarro. Good morning many wanted, but there just isn't enough right now. Look at the scramble for the elderly to get vaccines plus the story of an expert on insurrection who found out that her mother was in one on January 6th. Also 225,000 new Georgia voters and how they flip the state and Salma Hayek on her new movie, and her next one, donning a superhero suit all power to middle age women. I am a 54 year old woman who's Mexican and Arab. I mean, I never got this opportunity when I was young. It's Super Bowl Sunday, January 7th headlines next Mm hmm. Life from NPR News. I'm Barbara Klein. Former President Trump's legal team has a deadline of tomorrow to file some important paperwork before his second impeachment trial gets underway in the Senate Tuesday. NPR's Giles Snyder reports the former president's attorneys air facing a deadline to file their pretrial briefs. They're written response to the charge against him that Trump incited insurrection when he spoke to thousands of supporters before the January 6 chaos at the Capitol. The attack led to five deaths, including that of the Capitol police officer. Nine. House impeachment managers laid out their own argument in a pretrial brief filed last week, saying Trump aimed the protesters like a loaded cannon at the U. S. Capitol. They asked Trump to testify, but he declined with his legal team, calling the request a publicity stunt. Presentations began Tuesday, 17 Republicans would have to join all 50 Democratic votes to reach the two thirds needed to convict him. CHILD Snyder NPR news President Biden is dampening expectations for a hike in the federal minimum wage. He says it's unlikely to survive as part of his $1.9 trillion coronavirus for leaf package because of Senate rules. But House Budget Committee chairman Bernie Sanders tells CNN he's not giving up. I can tell you as chairman of the Budget Committee, we have Ah, a room full of lawyers. Working as hard as we can to make the case for the parliamentarian that, in fact, raising the minimum wage will have significant budget implications. And in fact should be consistent with reconciliation rules. Sanders says. Polls show the majority of Americans support a $15 an hour minimum wage because, he says it's not possible to survive on less. More than 462,000. People in the U. S. Have now died from covert 19 related illness. That's according to Johns Hopkins University. And it's not the only death toll that sharply rising during the pandemic. Corinne Boyer of member Station W. E K U reports so have drug overdose deaths. More than 81,000 people died from drug overdoses from June 2019 through June, 2020 reported. Overdose deaths in Kentucky rose by 27% and increased in West Virginia by 31%. Genova Bell is the acting director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, She says some temporary rule changes, including allowing doctors to treat patients online and over the phone have been game changers, and it's really helped to retain people in treatment. During this very uncertain time about, says the Office of National Drug Control Policy will look at the temporary changes to see which ones might be made permanent. For NPR News. I'm Corin Boyer and Lexington. This is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Queen A Kim. It was the first weekend of mass covert 19 vaccinations at the Golden Gate Fields race track in Berkeley. KQED. Sarah Hussaini was at the scene yesterday. Sprawling parking lot is dotted with orderly orange cones. Eligible seniors over 75 years old wine, their cars toward blue tents where they rolled in their windows and stick out their arms. Have you had any vaccinations? The last 14 days? Yes. Just relax your arm. Okay. Piano and saxophone Teacher Eva Paterson is eager amend of us, but very happy. That is gonna happen about 850 Alameda County seniors made appointments to get their first dose of the Fizer vaccine here Saturday. Likely Fire Department captain calling. Arnold says he's been working to increase operational capacity since the site soft launch on Thursday. We would like for the site to be able to operate at such a high number that the limiting factor is always the amount of vaccine that they can allocate to us. Another mass vaccination site is expected to open at the Oakland Coliseum mid month. I'm Sarah. Who's Amy KQED news. Now Turning to Oakland, Asian American celebrities put a spotlight on the recent attacks on elderly Asian Americans in the Chinatown there and in other parts of the Bay Area. Spain native and actor Daniel Wu, along with others held a virtual protest on a social networking app yesterday. These attacks, although a lot of them are directed towards Chinese Filipinos being attacked Koreans are being attacked Japanese air being attacked. Everybody's being attacked because of being seen as what so therefore we have to act as one Oakland's Chinatown Chamber of Commerce says they've heard of at least 20 robberies in the past few weeks. Police investigators said last night. They have identified a person of interest in the three brutal tax on senior citizens that occurred in China town in Oakland last week..

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05:12 min | 3 months ago

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"Hispanic or all Democrats will not necessarily well. We all have our own minds and our own ideas plus a look at the political fall out from the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol. They're now reports that a record number of Americans have left the Republican Party leaders who were horrified by the insurrection and levers he felt GOP leadership didn't support President Trump enough. That's up next on our body politick right after the news. Lie from NPR News. I'm Barbara Klein. Former President Trump's legal team has a deadline of tomorrow to file some important paperwork before his second impeachment trial gets underway in the Senate Tuesday. NPR's Giles Snyder reports the former president's attorneys air facing a deadline to file their pretrial briefs. They're written response to the charge against him that Trump incited insurrection when he spoke to thousands of supporters before the January 6. Chaos at the Capitol attack led to five deaths, including that of the Capitol police officer. Nine. House impeachment managers laid out their own argument in a pretrial brief filed last week, saying Trump aimed the protesters like a loaded cannon at the U. S. Capitol. They asked Trump to testify, but he declined with his legal team, calling the request of publicity stunt. Presentations begin Tuesday, 17 Republicans would have to join all 50 Democratic votes to reach the two thirds needed to convict him. CHILD Snyder NPR news President Biden is dampening expectations for a hike in the federal minimum wage. He says it's unlikely to survive as part of his $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package because of Senate rules. But House Budget Committee chairman Bernie Sanders tells CNN he's not giving up. I can tell you as chairman of the Budget Committee, we have Ah, a room full of lawyers. Working as hard as we can to make the case to the parliamentarian that, in fact, raising the minimum wage will have significant budget implications. And in fact should be consistent with reconciliation rules. Sanders says. Polls show the majority of Americans support a $15 an hour minimum wage because, he says it's not possible to survive on less. More than 462,000. People in the U. S. Have now died from covert 19 related illness. That's according to Johns Hopkins University. And it's not the only death toll that sharply rising during the pandemic. Corinne Boyer of member Station W. E K U reports so have drug overdose deaths. More than 81,000 people died from drug overdoses from June 2019 through June, 2020 reported. Overdose deaths in Kentucky rose by 27% and increased in West Virginia by 31%. Gino A. Bell is the acting director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, She says some temporary rule changes, including allowing doctors to treat patients online and over the phone have been game changers, and it's really helped to retain people in treatment. During this very uncertain time. Labelle says The Office of National Drug Control Policy will look at the temporary changes to see which ones might be made permanent. For NPR News. I'm Corin Boyer and Lexington. This is NPR. Israel is easing its coronavirus lockdown, allowing people to travel more than a half mile now from their home, But school's air still closed. Most Israelis over 60 have been vaccinated, but serious infections are spiking in the rest of the population. Super Bowl. 55 kicks off tonight between Kansas City and Tampa Bay. As Greg Echlin reports the match up. It's a 25 year old quarterback. Against a veteran. The 43 year old Tom Brady is playing in his record 10th Super Bowl in the first for Tampa Bay after nine with New England Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes was last year's Super Bowl M V P and hopes to win back to back Super Bowls for the first time in the NFL since 2004 and 05 months you played in one day game. You understand what it's like. Um, And then then after that it's all about just going out there and executed in and and finding ways to win. This will be the fifth time the two quarterbacks are matched against each other. Mahomes already has a 3 to 1 edge for NPR news. I'm Greg Echlin. Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks has died after years long battle with cancer. The fighter from the slums of Saint Louis is best known for defeating Mohammed Ali in 1978 in one of the most stunning upsets in boxing history. He also won a gold medal at the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games. Spinks was 67..

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Ohio, Kentucky Hospitals Struggle With Growing Number Of COVID-19 Patients

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Ohio, Kentucky Hospitals Struggle With Growing Number Of COVID-19 Patients

"And Ohio and Kentucky hospitals and healthcare workers have been overwhelmed by the growing number of coronavirus patients this week. Foreign Boyer of member station. W E. K U Reports on public please buy health officials in both states so higher reported a two day total of more than 17,000 new coronavirus cases on Thanksgiving Day and Friday. Already that states hospital systems are running short of ice to you beds because of an increase of covert 19 patients. Kentucky broke its daily case record on Thursday with more than 3800 cases. Governor Andy Bashir condemned threats being made to local health departments in Kentucky and elsewhere in the U. S. It is awful and it is disgusting are our local health department workers are scared. They're scared to release their local numbers. You're scared to do basic enforcement. The number of new covered 19 cases are expected to rise nationally of the next few weeks after many people traveled over the Thanksgiving holiday for NPR News. I'm Corin Boyer.

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04:34 min | 8 months ago

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"From NPR news. I'm Shea Stevens. Officials in Louisville, Kentucky, are under pressure to disclose details on the grand jury decision not to bring homicide charges and the police killing of Briana Taylor. Fired Officer Brett Hankinson is facing endangerment charges for firing into the home of Taylor's neighbor. As W. P. K use Karen Boyer reports. Critics also want to know why Hankinson was hired in Louisville despite a questionable tenure at the Lexington Police Department. Protesters spoke out against the grand jury decision and called for reforms to the Lexington Police Department. Some raise concerns that the department had allowed Hankerson to resign from the force after a checkered tenure. They say firing him would have served as a warning to other departments. But community organizer April Taylor says the tailor decision feels like something bigger than the conduct of the police are criminal justice system does not exist to bring justice to black and brown people on any level, And so when people say, just wait Justice will be served. Where is the justice? Protests are planned in Lexington over the next several days for NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer. The U. S Senate held a reaffirmation to the U. S constitution Thursday and remember on both sides of the aisle stated their commitment to a peaceful transfer of power. During inauguration, PAL Speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Trump needs to commit to doing the same. Remind him you are not in North Korea. You are not in Turkey. You're not in Russia, Mr President, and by the way you are not in Saudi Arabia. You were in the United States of America. It is a democracy. So why don't you just Try for a moment to honor your oath of office. The issue of a peaceful transfer of power of rose after President Trump refused to promise to leave office if he loses reelection. He told reporters Wednesday that he'd wait to see what happens. If results show he lost. New home sales rose last month to their highest level in over a decade. That is NPR's Kris Arnold reports. Economists would like to see even more homes built. The Commerce Department says new Home sales rose about 5% for the month before is low interest rates helped motivate Homebuyers. But in many parts of the country, there aren't that many homes for sale on that tight inventory is pushing up prices. The National Association of Realtors says the median price for an existing home was about $310,000. It's up more than 11% from a year ago, and that could eventually heard sales if prices become unaffordable for too many people, But one obstacle to simply building more Hobbs. The pandemic and wildfires mean delays for building materials and rising costs. Personals reporting. This is NPR news. Brazil has the world's second highest number of registered cove. It 19 deaths after the United States. Yet, as NPR's Phillip Reese reports, it's far right president to seeing his popularity surge few leaders of more dismissive of the Corona virus viable scenario. He rails against lockdowns ignores social distancing and often fails to wear a mask. Medical experts accused him of worsening the pandemic in Brazil, where the official death tolls close to 140,000. Get a new opinion poll by Ebola Pet finds 40% of respondents rate his government as great or good, that's up 11 points from December before the crisis began. His disapproval ratings also down sharply to 41% on this, say this big jump in both scenarios. Popularity is partly due to his government's emergency pandemic payments to the poor. Lip Reeves NPR news re edition and the British government says it may take part in a study. It involves deliberately infecting volunteers who with an experimental corona virus vaccine. To determine if the drug works. Proponents think that approach may produce results faster than typical studies, which great reactions among volunteers who are given an experimental treatment. And those who receive a placebo report in the Financial Times says the UK study is set to begin in January. Wall Street stocks close slightly higher and trading Thursday with the town gaining 52 points. The NASDAQ at 39. U. S futures are higher in pre market trading Stocks across Asia are mixed. I'm.

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02:02 min | 8 months ago

"corin boyer" Discussed on KCRW

"Able to ban new gas powered vehicles in 15 years? Ma'am l. A artist Mark Bradford on his new quarantine paintings. I put all the bright colors and then I cover them up with all this dark paper, and then I saying through to retrieve it. If I have to work for Mark Bradford that's coming up for the next hour. The news is next. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. A wrenching debate is continuing over the decision not to charge three Louisville police officers specifically for their role in the death of Briana Taylor. The case is also prompting criticism of the police department in nearby Lexington, Kentucky. Korean Boy Remember Station W. K U reports the only officer two face any charges at all in the case, Brent Hankinson used to be with the Lexington Police Department. Protesters spoke out against the grand jury decision and called for reforms to the Lexington Police Department. Some raise concerns that the department had allowed Hankerson to resign from the force after a checkered tenure. They say firing him would have served as a warning to other departments. But community organizer April Taylor says the tailor decision feels like something bigger than the conduct of the police. Our criminal justice system does not exist. To bring justice to black and brown people on any level. And so when people say, just wait, justice will be served. Where is the justice? Protests are planned and Lexington over the next several days for NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer. Meanwhile, a curfew is in place in Louisville tonight, with protesters still marching in the streets there met a heightened police presence. Ahead of the New York Federal Reserve says the Corona virus pandemic has been especially painful for people of color and of whole economic recovery is likely to require substantial investment in health, education, infrastructure and training. York Fed President John Williams saying today while there's no single silver bullet, actually to be taken to look at problems laid.

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